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JLL AFFLICTED WITH ANY FORM OF
Privato Diseases, suvh a Gonorrhoa, Gleet)
Syphilis, Involuntary Emissions, etc., should
bewaro of Intrusting their cases "to .inoxparr.
o'r.ced quacks auoh invariably drug their paJ
tionta with mercury, which sooner or later will
destroy tha moit robust constitution. - At tfc
Good Samaritan Medical Office, o. 108 Jefler.1
son street, cures are effected In from two la
six days, without tha ma of mercury, ehange
of diet, or hindrance from buiisota, Consulta
tion strictly eonfldonttnl. It wouldscem need
less here to add the lmportano af aippini the
. evil in its bud, but a hilt to the wise is luffi-t
cicnt, not only to save thomaelru from misery,
but shield thoir offpring Irem sham and ruin;
II ow often is, it the case 'we soe gontlomon
drench thenuelTes with adrertised nostra nn
after much loss io pocket and health, they ara
compelled to apply to some skillful physician
to be cured, for alooa can tiioae diseases it
cured when known to" the doctor who pre
scribes, otherwise it is leaf) in tho dark td
expect a pormanent cur; ". i
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MRS. BROWW, WIFH OF THE CBLE
bratod Dr. lirown, of Nerr York, and f.r
lr.nny years associate practitioner of maflicino
Willi him, has opened an ol&oe at No. 33 Man
mo street between Main and beoond, where
she is prepared to treat all forms of dmeas.
and especially those peculiar to woui.n and
children. A thoroush and caretol study with
lartce experience quality her for troating judi
ciously the ever varying forms of disaaae to
which hainanity is hair, partioularly iboa dis
eases to whiih females ar subject, may be
fiibinitted to her with tho fullest onntnicace in
hercHpacity to treat them succcsstnlly. Tes
timonials from physicians of the highest char
netereatitleher to U;; 'onfidenae of tho suf
fering. Capable nurses maybe had by iuqoiriug of
the nhove. tO-7
DR. F. B.:W ALTON. TENDERS HfR
errices to tha public in tha treatment of
the diseases of females. So obscure ara many
el these, ao oapricious in their manireatations,
so perfectly do they simulate ether ducasea,
thitt their true character w often overlooked or
mistaken prominent among tnese are. ieu
rnlsia, Dyspepsia, that couditlon of the sysUm
commonly ealled Norvoua or Rheumatic, and
Weneral Debility, this last ia toe often but e
ryniptom of some insidious diseam which
sapping th foundatioas of lifa. To beeomo
expert in tha detection of these and skillful in
their treatment, roqulree more labor and re
search thaa iha general practitioner aaa be
stow. Thajse facta mduceti him to devate him
self to this branch of the profession exclu
sivoly. To those interested he would state
!,.. h haa bait ihn adrantaaes of the best
medical acboola and extensiv hospitals of
America; also a practice ol more men twenty
yanrs in this his native State and ia the Tropics,
where such diseases nioFt abound. He is per
mitted also to refer to lrs. Pitman A Uoson,
Kcntlenten whr tnnd deservedly hish in the
profession, (lit No. o4 Main strart. Resi
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' ' ' Publishers and Vroprif1!
v -Ji jL.'t
-iIaker; the detectite. I
The Booth and Surratt Mystery.
, A Ww. Ploturei of a Lying ' I
" "'.! Boal by Doatf Piatt. i ,;V ,
(v . i.j. I i I . I
From tho M&ck-e-check Press (Radical), June
. urt.r- - ..'. ; - i. r., t
"Tbe tusinegg of dgtoctive, however
necessary it may be, has nevor bnewre-
parded as the roost repuUbie; - .Whether
it c&q be regarded, otherwise than deepi'
cable, depends altogether on the clarac
ter of tbe detective. 'la- Europe, where
the system, both, political ' and of the
police, has been carried to aim oak pert
leetion, tbe lirst quality sought lor m tne
detective is honesty. He IS intrusted
with, so much irresponsible power that
unless he ia possessed of the hi(jhsst toi
tezrily his oBice becomes the mean a of
carrying out' what it wa created to sup
press. '" - '' j
Ia this country, acting on the eld itai ,
im of ettine a thief to catch a thid', we
suffer mora Iroui our polioe, and especi
ally tbe detectives, tbaa we do front ' the
rogues.. And in all cases where tbe
honest man gets into trouble he had wetter
go over to the enemy at once, and aeek
safety among the thieves. ,, He may in
that case lose his property, but he will
gave bis temper and be relieved of much
aggravation and disappointment.. ,; ; ' , i
. , General Baker lire vet Brigadier Goo
eral Qod eave tb mark) is represent-i
alive maot ' Lie is ao American detective. '
Fk'om among thieves he was selected as
tbe thief, to catch Jthievc, "He'haS.the
distinctive features and qualifications of
hia calling. Of this he boasts. It is his
pride of character. It ia said that Gen.
Scott first appointed him, and if the old
General had been questioned why, be
would have responded, " becauso sir,, he
ifl the -most active, intelligent, Bdroit rtis
oat . that 1 '.know i of.1- I'of 'llie same
reason the Secretary of War, Stanton,
continued Baker in office. We can see
the grim smile with which tbe sardonic
Secretary would dwell on his creature's
utter want of conscience and honesty,
i It was grave error. Another blot has
been left" Upon the Secretary' of War, 'and j
a lasting shame on our Administration.
Hrevet iineadier General ilaker has
rushed into print: He has made a book.
And since the publication of Baruum's
Cenfesiioq and WykotTs Courtship, -o
such shameless volume has appeared.
Kecollctting General (Brevet Brigadier)
Baker's qualifications a a detective, we
may appreciate his qualifications as an
author. II ow many iiea are we to have
to tbe square inch 7 . lhat( is the ques
tion thai must animate thueading world
on taking up this volume.
We never could make out what the
late and lamented Mr. Lincoln wanted
with a detective system at all. From
.tbe iiottr Of bis first. inauguration 'tap to
that of his death, the tbieves were all in
office. Excepting Messrs. Chase, Stan
ton and liolt, it was impossible almost
to lay bands on ao olliciai and not touch
a man made rich through his position.
This was especially the case with the
moneyad offices.. Honest -mca . stood
aghast at the impunity with'which steal
ing went on. All cries of shame and out
rage seemed unavailing. All opposition
vsj thrown away. Thieve were turned
out te be succeeded by thieves, and o o
lossal fortunes were made in an hour.
Tbe amiable old President cracked jokea
over the rascality,' and said that in his
appointments he had to run his hand
into a sack of snake to find one eel.
Among tbe latter acts of the Congress
that tireceeded his death was an, inves
tigation of the'eotton fraud, and out of
a great number of permit to steal, tnree
fourths wer sigued by the President.
We know that any quantity of timid
men. will remonstrate at thU. as likely to
injur our parly. We think differently,
and firmly believe that tbe only hope we
have to hold our government in the bands
of loyal men, is lo expose the rascality
and drive out tbe thievra. To remain
silent is to connive at the frauds and
protec the rogue . J I . 2.
To return, however, to our mutton
very tough, and tainted at that We open
Brevet Brigadier General Baker' book,
with the earn feelings we take up a dying
speech and confession, believing that all
that U iatrsliag ia sot trua, and all
that is true not iatereatiwg, aid w find
il from beginning to end about the dult
Mt peTformaac U ha bea out eouu'or
tuae to meeH witi.- W tars st osca ts
that part which IroaU of th sas:a
tioa. la it we Had, if aawkere, tha
uses of oar national police and tb net
purport and vpaLot tfU.e much vaunted
deeeome syate-an. And th nwak to aee
glseg term, i " ." If. matselaimed,
a great conspiracy existed, or:ptiating;
in Uhmnnd and enrourired in Canada.
it wfnl on under the nose of Brevet
Brigadier General Baker, and engaged
Lis attention only when the ' President
was killed in the presence of a, great
crowd, and the Secretary of State was
backed to pieces at bis own residence.
If oa tha other hand no conspiracy had
being, the subsequent coil with the bang
ing of on woman and several imbecilo
were outrages on our common sense, te
iy nothing of that neglected goddess
called Justice. This is all and for thit
little all we have paid dearly.
For the book itself few words are requi
site. It abounds in barefaced lies. Cue
requires little experience iu tliia aort of
literature to recognize the falsehoods at
once. It teads very much like a second
rate tale in the Ledger. It has all the
marks of mean poverty stricken imagi
nation. Each series cf adventures cul
minates in au impossible! escape wher
success turns on the not very brilliant
smartness of the hero and tho utter im
becility of the enemy - !
In the escape from Richmond, for ex
ample, if we are to take as truth the ao
count of Davis, Toombs and Brook, we
moat. acceDt. Davis. Toombs and Brock
as the veriest jackasses the Lord ever set
on eod. Brock is unknown to fame, but
Davis and Toombs have rather impressed
this aire with a confidence in their ea
caeity, d go long as this confidence
continues Brevet Brigadier Ueneral ba
ker's attack on their bra! a must be at i
diannullL. . i-i ' ' v . :
' The evidence of falsehood, however, is
to te found in' tho fact that throughout
the narrative tho autnor not oniy gives
tb minutest details but the accompany
ing conversation. The moment a story-
tailor undertakes to give the says be.
and " says she," and " says I," he passes
In ti the fecion of romance. Let any
one try this for himself. Make aa effort
to remember the words of a conversa
tion held yesterday, and mark the result!
and then judge of the reliability of a
conversation, fanning through, an entire
volume aud extonded over years in th
paBt 1 ' i
,. In thia connection we call attention to
the asserted, comeasion ol Mta. urratt
Th aimnle rules eoverning evidence
force uS to a consideration first of the,
character of the witness; secondly to the
probability of the story.; In either view
this proposed confession fulls throHigh
Our Brevet Brigadier General has been
convicted of tying, and be tells us that a
woman who made a bard .fiuht for her
wretched me, torieueu mat me iu a man
that she leathed and despised. It will
do tor such noodle as tho editor of the
Cleveland If (raid to reproduce tbts ab
surd, story but no pan possessed pf a
thimhlefull of brains believes it '. i
There is one thing that strikes as for
rihl. and that is the remarkable sinu
larity between the style of this book and
that of tha so-called Booth diary. To
any one of ordinary eagaoily it is difficult
to distinguish one lrom tne otner., tn
ihu-historv of this remarkable diary we
learn that it passed from the hands of
Jirevet lrigaaier uenerai- usset iu iur.
Stanton, v r I in"' ?' r1 "
Of all the possessions found on the
body of the assassin, the diamond pin
and diary are tho only two not accounted
for.. We recognize the distinguished
detective in the fact -But the world is
puazled to know why the able Judge
Advocate General, in his effort te identify
the body of Booth, failed to produce tbe
most positive evidence, and that was the
note book or diary or the deceased
Baker, tbe diary, and the diamond pis
all disappeared together.
,, Tbe wonder is solved in the fact, we
sueizest. that Judge Ilolt and Mr. hecre'
tary Stunton discovered that eighteen
pages had been cut from the hook, and
certain ether eutries mado that could
not be identified as the handwriting of
the assassin. This clears up the mystery
that attached to this diary. ' . I
; We now understand why Judge Holt
failed to produce it at the trial, and why
Mr. Stanton treats with contempt. all
reference to it Without some explan
tion the conduct of these two eminent
attfmien annears inexplicable.
This is the first, and we fervently hope
the lastof political espionage in America.
It was born of Seward and his little beU,
and dies in Baker, i It was conceived iu
sin, lived in shame; and dies in general
disgust. Lot evory noneat mau uirow a
stone on- it decaying carcass, that m
monument rnav remain to warn future
generations to beware of such attributes
of despotism. In this way Brevet Brig
adier General Baker may be of use to
humanity, and bo other way.
. i Tj'.V-rT
1 Fearful Encounter with A Bear. 1 A
On Tuesday morning, as a young man
named Vance, son of Mr. John Vance, of
Bear Creek, was going up tbe canon, be
came across a grizzly bear, upon ap
proachina within a fw yards he fired,
when the bear fell. Not being well ac
quainted with tbe nature of bears, young
Vance advanced for the purpose of dis
patching him, but the bear quietly await
ing his approach, arose on his hind legs,
and struck tho gun from bis hands at the
moment he was about to fire. The bear
immediately gave another blow, and tore
open the flesh abov Vanoe's right eye,
cutting two severe gashes, and tearing
the tiesh from the bone. One sail of the
bear at thw same time caught the nasal
bone) at ft root, and tore a portion of it
away, and passing along, tore out the
left eye. The bear then commenced
hugging, at the same tins chewing and
lacerating him in a fearful manner. U
dislocated his wrist, broke hi fore arm,
and tore tha flesh from both bands.
He alto bit his lnft knee severely, and
cut a frightful gash across the fleshy por
tion of tbe limb above, bit through the
fleshy part below the knee, aJ tor both
Hmhs from the knee down to the aokle,
and laid down o the young man. Afier
both remaining qnret tor urae time, the
bear moved off and Vance Tenturtd to
gut up aad make his escape.
A email hoy named Robin soo coming
along fired at the bear, and rendered his
destruction certain, and afterward fol
lowed Vaoce by hi tracks tor about a
quarter of a mile, when he found him
fni tit and exhausted. - --
Dr. Aduddell wag immediately ent
for, and rendered all th assistance hi
s'liiliful kaovUdg Babied inea to dot
II had to resaovw the left ere, and sits
the combined wounds render the caj of
his palitnt exceedingly precarious,
Utaegsi L ha hopes of his ultimata
recovery. ' Yoarg Vance ia abaut twenty
yar wl n.-ClurJU Turn, Hay ad.
t.S T"!,. .Co latania Ta.l U.raiil
rrwin tn the following itrrn It i
At f "li.-. j 'nartaka nf hilmj refresh
inents through a straw ' dan J the performance."
MEDICAL".
XltUXII IH MIGHTY
ASD WILL PREVAIL. i
FACTS FOU rSf ALUS..
1JVERY HUSBAND WHO I1A8 A WIKI
ll suffering with any of the following corn
plaints, ehould not fait te read I Irregular,
painful or suppressed menstruation, Leucor
rhosa or Whites, Falling of tha V.'ciih, uloor
atiou and irritability of the womb, llyste'ica,
Oblorosia or lireen Hiekei, l'alpiu""fl of the
Heart. Swimiuiue and (liddintsaot the Head.
Sick Headache, Pains in the Hack. Side and
Laios, Irregular Appetite. Cold Feet and
Hands, Melancholy, Smothering Sensation,
Pale Cheeks, Nervousness, and all others pecu
liar to th female sex, should not fail to us
PROMUOOLK 4 C0."S
EiirIUU 1'rtuale Jllttens
and bo cared. Ton need not be afraid of it, as
it prepared by regular practicing physieiane
with great accuracy, from pure ana select
Drugs. It is not a socrat oumpound any phy.
sician can cull at oar efflce, No, M Main St.,
and examine the raaipe, Plaaae read
A FEW CERTIFICATES, .
which wo have selected from many that can be
seen at our office.
From au Editor. ;
7 ' Koscicsio, HtHR., May ti U7
Masaas. J. P. Dsuaooots 1 Co.. Memphis i
Osxtsi Permit m te add my unQualifled
testimony 1n favor of your KNtlLlSU FR
M ALU BITTERS, -its nse has eured my wife
of a serious and troublesome female complaint,
which had obstinately refused to yield to any
other treatment. I roeomiuend it to all funalos
who way be suffering with diseases and ailioKi
peeallartn thoirsex, as it truly merits public
esteem and confidence. . i i
Vour friend, C. K. MORftAND,
,i Kditor Koaciuako Chroniolo.
A DOCToFs" WORDS , !
LIST. TO WT0BI)S OF COMFORT.
CoFFKgviM.g, Miss., Feb. 23, 1W7, ,
Mkskus. J. P. Dkomooolx Jt Co., Memphis,
Tenne'see: t
8ih: We are having a heavy demand for
your " ENULI811 Fk)M ALE HITTKHS." I
think it is all It professes to he-a good, elleetual
uterine touio, one that basboen longneaded in
this elinaato where we bavo so many female
suffering with d:suases of the womb, that hn.v
resisted the treatment nf almost all practi
tioners of th oouuu-y. I reoouiinend it at tbe
counter and in my practice, without any fears
aa to its good results. I ean gt ynu a number
of certificates if needed. Yourob't seri 't, ,
J.A. P. KENNEDY, M. D. :
Cotton I'lanlcr'si Voice-
AitBKvri.Lg, MisRMay27, ISfil.' ,
Mkkhir. J. P. DRtiMoooT.g A On., Afomphil :
JKAB Htss: Permit me to atieak in behalf of
your"ENOLISH FEMALE BITTEKS." I
honestly think it th greatest discovery of tha
age, and that its eijual for the treatment oi
foiuale eniupla nts. is not known to the civil
ized world. Tho use of two BoTTi-gH has ro
lieved my wife of a distressing female eora
plaint, for which 1 had spent hundreds of
dollars without benefit. I ebearfully recom
mend it as a wonderful compound, possessing
rare virtue for the sickly females of our
oouulry. Your friend. .
JOH.r. FLETCHER. '
Doctorm Don't Ditsfig-roe
: 'AT ALL TIMES. 'A
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CAiaii.LTOX, Miss., March 12, 1867,
Mksks. J. P. DsimonoL A Co.:
UtNTSi Wo take pleasure in using your
"ENdLISIl FEMALE HITTERS " in our,
f Tact ice, and recommending it to all suffering
emalet who are in need of a genuine uterine
tonic. It is admirably adapted to the various
fsmalo complaints of this country, and sells
well here. ... Your friends, t
DRS. VASRER & McKAY,
; I ! I .-I fiE'l. BTOVALL, M. D '
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From -S whuih -of -A rkauHOs).
t ! Qaairo flfciits, Aitx-rJune 0, 1807,
MS8SRS. J. P. UiiougcHil A Co. : i
(Jknts : Your " GREAT SOUTHERN PRE
PARATIONS" are takiug well hero, and will,
no doubt, toon become more popular than any
medicines ever iniroduced in this section of
country. They will retennnend 'themselves
whorever tried, and will very soon he able to
fah their own fame independent of all other
agencies Your " KNUMSH FEMALE BIT
TERS" acta almost magically in curing female
disease. -Yours, Ac. -
RICHARD WALL, M. p.
" '' FE U A Lin IS i: ASES . ; .
Which aro prostrating so many fenia'es sll
over the oountry, can bos easily remedied by
using the . . ,v ,
EXGL1SU FKMALE : BITTEUS.
Can you doubt the cvidenoo of those who have
used it t Can you doubt tho possibility of
being cured? Do not despair, but tend at once
and procure one or more bottle., price, 'i 'M
per bottle, er throe bottles for So. Tor sale by
I. i . miVJl'JVliC. . vu.t ,
' .. ' mui Main street
-Al.-o to be had of princiaal iiruggbbin
uity ana count-y,
" '" ' OROMOOULK & CO.'S
lied Diarrhrra ICeuiodfy.
Ohe Bottle will care several ordinary cases of
Uiarrnuia, riaatea ana vomiting, t:reinp,
Thnlera. Cholera Morbus. Pain and firinine.
It is exceedingly pleasant, children loveit.it
cools the stomach, quiets the nerves relieves
the pain, vomiting and cramps, checks tbe
bowels, etc. It is unstiniulaling in its effects,
lnj.noi.iins soot bin j uiodiciBci which give tone
to tne atomaen ana Dowais. ' -.
i XIurrhi3n t r i
is oar most troublesome complaint during tha
summer months, hurrying many, old and
vounr. te nntiinelr a ravel. Thousands at hn.
man lives could be snved bv keeping a bottle
of the RED DIARKMiKA ft KM KD Yon hand,
to be given at a moment wanting.. rl : .
Cliil.lren Xoetliinxr
need no better medicine than this. A few doses
eheoka the bowels and relieves great suffering.
It is no far fetched remedy, it is no patont nor
secret, but is prepared in your midst by physi
niaus who are iiracticins medicine id vnu
midt. and who are willing to show the recine.
and to .
Wurrnut tiatlKfuctloia
In each and every easo. Do not u.e any more
ot tboee powenuuy euniuiauiit an not reel e
diea put ap by tli"e who nevnr practioed uiadi
eines. bnt try our Remedy, which is so ileaunt.
cooling, reviving, unstiinulating and immedi
ate in iu etteet.. v,a or young, cHUiiroa or in
fants nse it with delight.
Motlior, - -
some member of your family might be taken
with tba Diarrhoea at a lata notir sums of thene
dark nights, and had ya not betfr send and
rriKMire one bottle of RED DI A P. K IDEA
REMEDY, and have it on hand T Price. l on
per bottle, or six bottles for " Oil. For sale by
Druggista in city and mnntry, and ry
. ... J. P. isHOMUOOLK A CO..
5-14 ' M Vain ri-t.
Hviuxxtiiuif Mcliool ..
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B A T H I S G E S T AB 11 SH3r E X T,
. Toot of Union 8 trot.
Xo Danger oT Drownixix.
FKICS fOH TBI 8KASOTT:
Grown Pi.n. . 1 10 1 Children. - - i
Single i;aths. 2 Cents.
Dress room. TNCLi-Drro BATnixa.
Draaa aad Xewets. 0 eaals. Hwnaanmg
-i '"ns mm thrwe tuna- a w-S,M0 D A Vs,
tKD.VaVDAYS and FRIDAYS.
Ihwi-s vpea daily truia a m. I" v r b,
w-m A. H. STR ATJAS
15 TH1C CHtyKRT CI RT HF MKM
rbw. las.: The Firat Natsoaal fisak sf
W.mi'hi. and John W. l..fiwi-li vs. Fuward
Mtvlm. II arwearine fr- sa af larit in tbia
ce it. at tha aei.mlaiit, kjwar I tiyndaiaa. u
a r. id ant nl th Mate f .w Vnrk. aad a .
pamdaat ( the titatawf Teaae.an. ii is taer.
fura oruared thai tna aaid ci:rc-; Bafea b i
appearance herein, at the Cnwet H'iw in te
city nt MeTrphis. en or blra Uia f.r.t M indy
July. le,. aad lHeao. aaawer or aeoier lo
tba pentwa fil 'w fewias or laa eanM will b
aSen fur cnafeaard, aa la aim. aad tat f..r
beacie etr-ari : aji d that a r; y t.f this orir
we M'lialie) owe a wk ivt l-ew nmani
ea. ib the Pi aM" I. a a..e.aaai4(er pi.a
luhad ia tba et'.y of eiawT'i
A. AU-TOV. f. aad M.
Fv WSJ. OfiLl MAN. D C.a-idM.
Roar. HitviiiSK'g, bv'.U-t al'fs. eaw-n
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DRY COODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS. SHOES, ETC.
REGARDLESS OIT COST.
FOU THE NEXT T1IIKTY DAYS,
REGULAR ANNUAL CLEARING OUT SALE
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Of the immeDse and well selected stock of
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS
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' CLOTHING OF EVEBY CESCRIPTION.
Notions. "White Groods, Etc.,
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WALKER BROS. & CO.'S,
229 MAIN &T1IEET, CfsAY IHILDIXG.
. CASH , BUYERS, ' WHOLESALE OR RETAIL,
AIIE JNVILED TO CALL AND EXAMINE OUR ST0CM AND HUCES
.;i . ... BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE.
:. . . ! WALKER JUKOS. Ac CO.,
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GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE,
Commencing on tho lirst Day of Juno,
- : "! :;--,At.r,-:
MlCK BROS. & BOHM'S,
;- 1 -' 261 HVExlia. street. '
HAVINO FULLY DETERMINED TO ItKTIEB FROM BUSINESS, WK NOW OFFKK
to the Publio our IMMENSE STOCK OF GOODS. AT EASTERN CObX,
eoniistiag of: , , -,, . t 1 . -
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
. ,3 .1 , il j s.i
DOOT8 AND SHOES,
'. .. '. V1
Gents', Furnishing Goods, JTotions, Laces, Trimmings
; ITlnts, Bleached and Brown Domestics and Sheetings, !
' I :, un OSNABURGS, BED TICK, .V; ' !
.''- ni - - i ' '
COTTON HXItll'ICS j AND COTTONADES,
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ALSOA Beautiful lot of Lawns, Organdies, Percales, Jaconottei, OronaJincs, Silk,
te., etc., which we will sell BELOW ORIGINAL COST.
' OOUNTRY MERC1IANT8, purchasing r Cash, will find It to their advantage to call
and examine the large and well-selected stock of Pry Good.', which we are determined to
sell REGARDLESS OF COST- . ' .,
"TR-10S
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REDUCTION!
,SWEEI'IN REDUCTION!
( ! V " ' aaaaa-esaaaaa .;.,' . '
.. dry; goods marked down :;
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B. LOWENSTEIN & BRO.'S.
ii. ' . .
, AStGv Monday, May Srth,
:: -. v . r f 0UR ENTnijj STOCK OF ,
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS
" " WILL UK HOLD
, AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
. WE ARE CONSTANTLY RECEIVING
New Goods from the Kecent Cheap Sales at New York,
And are therefore enabled to ftiva tho -
GREATER INDUCEMENTS
To all Bayers, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
r FLANTXRS will tni it to their interest to CALL AND EXAMINE OUR
GOOI3 and Prices befur the; make their purrhases.
-ToMerelants BUYINd FOR CASU or good CITY ACCEPTANCE, we
will give GREAT INDUCEMENTS.
Orders FROM TIIK COl'NTRT protniitlr attended to, and SATISFAC
TION QCABANTEK1. '
LOWENSTEIN & BROS.,
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0KNAMKNTAL PAINTING,
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ItKiIUTOKD PHIOKS,
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LOWRY & SHOOT,
Bat era Xadisoa aai Canrt Itreet.
pARTICTtAR ATTEMI05 CTVE5 TO
Calsomlnln;t Papcr.llanslne.
in-'.
229 Mnin Stroef, Clay Bnililine.l
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' No. 201 Main Street.
REDUCTION !!
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New Ice Cream Saloon.
TIIK UNDERSIGNED TAKB PLKA3
ure in informing the jiublic, ami especially
tha I.&m. tK.i thi.lr ti-i.ii4&nJ Matcnificet't
taliiee (tha lartr't and firm in Uio ciU'l, IS
NOW OPEN. We will tarnish
ICE CREAM,
. BgDA WATERS,
BHERBERT.
' ' CONFECTIONERIES,
PA8TRIEB.
Aa I all the VARIOUS LUXURIES DEL
! ICAC1K OfTllKSKA!iV, ana shall sr-are
I in to make cur e.u''liliei l'i must
i dL'lifhifuI rrsort in the city. Weshall continut- to
MAMTACTUEE lTRb,A3DlES,
la all thair tariatiae furuitanl frosh, ilailj. to
theCiiy or Cuuotry 1 raae, ia auy ae.irable
enactny. at Low Haws.
W't ddln;Cake, rjTamlil?, Vases,
An4 all da-Tiptii't" f PASTRIKS made to
erees fef aaa ao.t akillad CvuJucttooara.
IU. UOCCO at CO.,
aJaod MSw.mil .trw-t,
liV, Cornir vt Maiirvn.
REAL ESTATE LOTTERY.
GRIM) LOTTERY SCHEME!
Lands, Stocks, Town Lots!
Regular Montbly Drawings at Her.
. nando, Mlsa.
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Xlio on .Tuiio irl.
'WIT. FOLLOVIXfl DKSCRIRKD PROP
1 erlt will le distributed auiuug 1'ioket hold
ers of the
t HOUT11KIIN - AHYLUM.
A for the (lrst Drawing others will onctir each
niimlh. All Agents for the sale of Tickuts
must aive bond and security.
, l'ursuna who would dispose of good lands, at
low rash rales, should adilrasa (ion. HlANK.
C. A RMSTKONU, Memphis, Tr-iin.
All properly uinst be assessed bydisintere'ted
partios. If uot Hone, it will not be included in
any schema, and will lie stricken from this.
Ateart Drawing the quantity and Talue of
lande distributed are equalised to the number
ef tickets sold, as proriuud in tbe charter.
Managers' uf the coloration can bold no
Tkkets.
Ten percent, of its erodta, nnder the oath of
the Proaldont and Managers, must go to thocon
siruction and mainlen nice of the Asylum for
WIDOWS AKI ORPHANS.
1 ho ,Mfits of the oiiipany consist In the dif
faronce betsrtien tbecanh and time Taluatinns
pf iiruKcrty, as iirovided in their charier.
SIAmK,ICHJN'r VltliSlCHs
(Jen. Marcus J. Wrisht's roaidence.on Mivli
Son streot, Memphis; fourteen rooms, besides
cellar and servants' apartments. Assessod
UaJciiih Siirings, twenty-six acres, sub di'i
deil into twenty prises. Iuiprovements cont
(usk). One prise, Stiriugs and eight acres : an
other, eighteen Iota, tlia owners of which navo
right nf aoeass to borings. Assessed, 10,1)00.
Twetity-ene and three-firarlh sores, property
of Dr. H. A. White. oa Hernando and Kaleiglt
road: assessed at till) per aora live prises.
A Dwelling, Willi ail roams, tn Komerville.
Tenn.. opposite the Episcopal Church ; assessed
atSljllll.
(tne hundred and six town lots in the (own
of Corinth, at the intersection of the Memphis
and Charleston and Mobile and Ohio railroads.
Leon Trousdale's eighteen across, three and
one-half miles southeast of Memphis, sub-divided
into on0 acre lots ; assessed at
Dr. JL K. Brown's 1147 uores, five miles
southen.it of Memphis, mb-divided into ton
acre lots: assessed at Slflt) per acre.
Residence and lot in Holly Springs, one hun
dred and fiityyardii from the public aquaro
properly ol Mr. Pointer; valuo, S-1500.
Kour renidor-ce lots on Hreurland avenue,
M om. bis. atnliij feat ; value, tla per foot front.
Hix acres of iand on Pigeon Hoost road mag
nil'H cnt mnnsion with all modern improvements
one prise ; Talue, ili.Hti.
Lanier's plantation, i'lO aires iKO cleared
on Misjissiiipi river, sixty miles abovo Mem
phis: tn shipping point for a wide baek coun
try : lino place for store and warehouse, wood
ynrd, ash timber; twenty-one prizes.
Southern Planing Mill, engine, tools, ma
chinery, ale., complete, on th M. 4 C. R. H-.
at the intersection with Linden street; assessed
by Cubbin, Uunn A Coover at $17,000 eost
$22,000. ....
Two thousand on hundred and twenty acres
east ofMardis, Mise., near Miss. Sl Tenn. R. H..
residence, a farm house, fenced and cultivated;
property of C. C. Wilbaurn; twenty-one prizes.
Twenty-six acres, sub-divided into city lotji,
part of the Lumpkin tract, east of Memphis,
between the old and nsw btate lino roads;
twenty-six prises.
. Richard J. Jewries plantation, 'thirteen miles
south of Memphis and two miles from tho Mis
sissippi ana lennesaee railroad, coniisting of
8IU acres sub-dividod in forty acre tracts 500
acres in cultivation, with mill, gin, sixteen
houses), dwelling, well feneed; auessod at
i'Ji.M)- . ...
. A Section of excelleM Cultivated Land, near
Afhport ; properly of William Comer.
Franklin Institute and Uronnds, in Ilolly
Springs property of Rev. J. 12. Douglas; as
sessed at isioo.
ttock Karmof Dr Bailoy; 600 acres, divided
by Spring creek; 400 acres clearod and good
improvements 24 prizes, on Memphis and
Charleston railroad, at Moscow.
Six Lou, 20 by 60 feet, on Tennessee and
Chester sucots. property of 11. B. Martin. Pour
Lots, X-tJil Ly til feet, on Chester street, '.two
Lots, 30 by 20 foet, on Chester street. Assessed
by J. M. Provine, Sai.fWO.
pour Lots, ten acres, in Cnl. John Pope's
tub division on Ka'eigh road, $J0-,0.
320 acres in Uetsuburbs of Chattanooga, for
merly owned by llou.K.ll. Rrnbson, 20 acre lots.
I2e0 acres, Calhouu county, Misa. : J. W.
Pant's plantation r well timbered 400 a:res
Cleared! 12 prize;, . .
lv0 acres, on Mississippi river, east sido. 22
miles above Mumphis; a mimnilioent planta
tion, cultivated ; IU prizes of ICO, aud one ol M)
acres.
Lot on East Bay street and Adger's wharf,
Charloyton, S. C. ; three story brick house
lion. W. I". Avery's Kciiilenoe and Uroundr,
near and oat of Memphis, 37 aeres, sul
diviJed; Improvements worth $li,0(l. Im.
provomonts and six acres one prize ; the rest in
two acre lots for market purpose.
Jf.A. Tyler's Lot norih half of lot 307 bs laid
down in the mup of the city ot Memphis, tho
ssine being on Third street, east side, between
jaexsun and Overton streets, and sub-divided
into four lots, lying between parallel lines, It!
feut 6H iaehes apart, and all running l-if1 feet
deep to tho iiriit alley east of Third street. The
estimate at ca-sh is $I6U per fent for the north
ernmost and corner lot, and &I2& per foot fur
the other tbrce-miilting $10,725 for all.
. James ti. lilalu's ISi aores, Marshall oounty.
'il!I aad F. R. Lanier's Ptock and Cotton
Farms, on tho line of the Memphis and Iron
Mountain railroad, three miles from the Mis
sissippi rivor, in Mississippi county, Ark.; 26(111
acres. Anothor tract of Hull acres, and one of
liisi acres i elegant residence cost (11,000;
120 acres of Laud a Mt. Pleasant, MUs.; as
sessed at ?10 per aero ; 10prir.es.
Anderson aud Litton's Lot, on Trezovant
streot, Memphis, to be assced and sold iu this
scheme.
M. 8. AsheTKO acros, tn be sub-divided und
assessed, and to go into this scheme.
John il. Anderson's li'O acres, on Piceon
Roost crok, five miloj southwest from Holly
BpriDgs, eost 26 per aoro iuliM; assessed at
8i8 nr acre ; four prizes.
1400 acroj of Land. 10 miles from Como, Pa
nnlaoounty, Mies.; line improvements ; prop
erty of W. Wilburn ; Si prizes.
400 acres, on Memphis and Ohio railroad,
seven miles from Memphis, sub-divided into 211
aero tracts, costly improvements.
hoveu aores. on McLemore street. Memphis;
to be assessed, and go into this scheme when
sub-dividod. ,
320 acre, adjoining Marshall Institute 1 10
cleared good improvements; three miles from
the Memphis and Charludtourailroad; assessed
at $ff per acre.
John E. Logwood's 157 acres in Limestnno
oiiunty, Ada., on Alabama and Tennessee rail
road. 3j(i acres on Pigoon Roost road, finest land in
West Tennesssce, improvements cost .K0;M1; ton
inilea from Memphis ; 2()0 acres cultivated, or
chardj, etc. ; between .Memphis and Charleston
and Memphis and Ohio railroads ; divided into
i0 acre lots.
Two Farms, in Panoln county. Miss , on Li.ng
and Cheney creeks, country densely populated.
Farms admirably improved, threo milea from
Mismasinpi aud Tennessse railroad; 3.41 acres
cleared; fine improvements, gin and farm
houses : to be sub-divided and assessed ; prop
erty of Dr. James K. Paine.
A. Maxwell's $'' acres, near Horn Lake, on
Mississippi and Tennessee railroad, twelve
miles south of Memphis ; to be sub-divided
and assessed.
fjM acres, in Carroll county, Mis., three
miles from ijrecnwood; assessed at $3 it) per
acre ; sold far SO ler acre before the war 20
prizes .
Dr. Peeto's plantation. 1017acres.on Ilatchie
river, above overttow, very rich, three miles
from Merat-hifl and Ohio railroad ; to be sub
divided and aos4ed before tho drawing.
John 11. Tapps-ott'g 2-0 acros, admirably
improved, near Richmond, Mies., tiue iin
proveineuts. ,"iO,(ki acre., in Marshall, Panola and other
counties nf Mississippi ; assessed at 3 per acre
distributed in tracts of fitly acres; all fino
fannina and grape-growinglands.
Dr. Pointer's planlatioa, eight miles fr.m
ITolly Springs, Miss. ; e." acres, resi lenee, mill,
and lis : now rented at i jntl per anaam ; aa-
se-'cd at $1- per acre nine , prises.
- n1 acres, opaostie tna Jtiansneia piac;
prizes aascssed at jlJ.OtAl tin suburbs of Mtm-
''rlesidenee in Holly Springs, Misa- brick
buildiiurs. with 3n ai ros 'f woodlauds. one anj
a half uiilea distant four pritoa.
M'lgniticantitesidcnce aud (Jroun.lii, proper
ty of Dr- Pointer, four miles from Memphis;
asiessud at l3.Ufl. llesidenoe and tw acres;
uue iiratid prise, and io one-half acre pine.
Mi in. P. W alker's 40 building loU.ia the city
of ('nnnth. Miss. .,,,. ,
13.3 acres, eleven miles from Pa nican ; valu
able timbered land: sulwlnided 13 prise.
Tl. ijrav.ville uroi-erty. T'ld county, Ky.,
thr-f urths of a aula front Tate's Simon, r
Mauipbis and Uartvi:ie ai4 ,Mimii
Louisville railroads: brick resilience wnn 12
rooms. Five roads eoavarg ai ibis place;
there are t1 acri of as rich Inad aa is in ken
tu kl to te uu-dividl and stftssal belorv
the drawing.
2t Lou, in Dwal s Bluff: assessed by prices
pa I at Uta auction sai".
Cid. M.O. iiall.''s R.'i,lenc, corner of
Thirl aad Court atreeu. Meoipbia; to b aa-ar.-ed
and ai l ! in th' acbeiae.
fen L.iis. by " " fee', ror Eln.wood Cem
etery, Ti'twly ol Kev. S. II: Frd.
Dr. McoitiiT'i I isntti'.n, J' nules llrt t
Memyhis. vo iba Miaais.ippi 3.ii ten,
acn-s cieared. tai n is ol c.o.n'and rm b- n-,- :
nanifi:-eri-t n-"d-nc. asawmct at t. -
ba dmiied oa the 1st of J atiusrf ncit. wi'h ait
stock and larir.inf utrnsiw: ii Li. -i r'-w i
:J.4eathe Jatc; two 1-rixi.s, j-.tJ ati.

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