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DVERTI6EM TUTS ARK INSERTED IN V thiaLoliiiun at in muIj a line per month. A MiURY CIIAPKL (MtTIIOUlaT).COH, J llontanuo anu binilen airceta. ARNA1IY7e. llTDKALKiriN UKNTS J) tiiriiialiiiig (Ifx.ila. under Overton t vtal lOARDIN(t-()00l HOARD AX LOW It ratca. Apply it .11 Main street, l.-l" iiiinia k uL"iL'UcftM nil it nvit I'lu ciitiro 11 Mamson atreet. Ht 11UKT0N. W. J.. PAINTKR. LKSSONS J) in Drawing (water and oil colors at tliu pupil's roeidonoe. Addreaant 2 MuCall at. 14d 1AKOMNA lN8t!RANCCC0MI'ANY.I J Mum atreet, J. II. bilinoiiilaen. agenl. 1AYCK, M. 0. CO., AUCTION KLRI3, a J Main atreet. . I- i nil Cm UilL' k. . X' 1,1? U h.',M A TTf lU tlUAl r( V Aliuri AKurnwi'i niiun- ney-at-Law. Selden Building, 15 MadUoQ rrreet, Memplna. lenn. CALVARYCllllROlHKPl.SCOFAI.I.COR, j Second and Allium an., Roy. Dr. White. IKNTRAIi MKT110DIST CHURCH, 170 V7 Union atreot. Rev. J. T. U. Collitia, paator, H1HITIAN CHURCH, COR. LINDbN j ami Mulberry atroots. Her. Dr. Caskey WNt.RLUATIONAL UNION C11URC1I. KJ Union alreet, wit. HUM and UO'olo. TTo N ( ill KU A TI 6 iTB K N "E M E T llTl S R A -J KL1TK), cor. Second and Monroe ata. 7Tu"mB fi r1 a n iT"pTk s u V i' kr i a n j Churoli. Court at., bet. Second and Third. I) lOKlNfcON. J. W. it 11R0. COTTON Factors. 2ll Front street. I) 1) K'l.VOOOLK A CO., DRUUC1ISTS. ETC., 3;1 Main atreet. bet. Onyoan nnd McOill. UNCAN. ROBERT P., ATTORNEY AX Law, Ho. 1ft W oat Uourt atrwn. LSoN BKOS..DKV UOOiiS.ULoTlUNO, J etc., '.!I7 Main street. 1M MrT SAVINU INSTITUTION, NO. 7 J Madison at.,Tlia. t'iaher, Prea't, transact! Uenerol Hanking liuaineaa. lll-A 2i jj,AY A CHANDLER, iW7 MAIN AND 16 I1 Jeflcrann streets, lottery anon In. VlNNIK, BUCKH AM & CHAPMAN, URO i cers, 800 Muin atreot. hjHIlER. AMI8 A CO., MARBLE AND btone works, cor. Zd ana A 'lain w ata. 1 (MKST METHODIST CHURCH, SECOND street, near Poplar. 1 MHST BAPTIST CHURCH, SECOND at., near Adams, Rev. A. B Millar. 1.UKKT PRESBY I KK ' of Poplar and Third BRIAN CHURCIl.COH. strews. 1 11 nivurv Jb WKi lW I'lTW IMITIIHK and Undertaking No. 37 Union atreot. I TMjANNKRY. JOSEPH. PRACTICAL P Pluuilier, Hal nd Stodia Pi lfittnr. M J"fTerBiin atrect. 80 IW iY0S0 SAVINGS INSTITUTION, VT Bankint; Uouau. W Madiann atreefc E. M. Avery. Cr.ahier. John C. Lanier. Prea t. ?1 RKENWALD a labk. dry uoods, I i etn., 225 Senond atreet. C'RACK CHURCH (EPISCOPAL). HER J nnndo atroet. bet. Pontotoo andVaneo. 7W.MBTNKtt, J., DEALER IN SPECI'A X clff, 2I7 Main atroet. 1 H AMPE, ilKNRY O., BARBER AND UBirdrcsnor, 11 l'opiar airecr, H H ERNANDO INSURANCK COMPANY, 17 Madison at., S. H. Williamaon. Proa t. U N Til OUS EN'S SWIMMING SCHOOL, loot ol wunmngton atreei. 1NSUUANCK.-LINDSEY A VREDEN 1 BURGH. Atenta, IJMUsonPtreet; 1M "f UKKS.T. S.. TI N, COPPER AND SHKET M Iron Worker, 2S:iSeoond alreet. TroMTKliMcDONtlUUHiOAS FITTER JV Plumhera. ete., 344 Peeond atreet. T.r RAUS CO.. DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, JV cte , 21H Main atreet, near cor, of Adama. viiwiN'H misINESS COLLEGE. MAIN J atreet, between Jonoraon anil Adaina. TiTTYrROS..I)EALERS IN GROCERIES I j and Liqunra. 177 Main atreet. TrTLKTON i CO.. INSURANCK AU'TS, I j 22 M ailiaon atreet. rlTWRY A SMOOT. HOUSK AND SIGN I J Puintera, 2hi Second atret. J J peon, flOl jviain aireet, up mm m. ADAMK ANNA, FORTUNE-TELLER, EM PHIS A OH 0 RAILROAD DEPOT! III. "t MltJOBU PUCWH hcaa oi main atreet M II.KS STODDARD, AUCTIONEERS, aoutliweat corner Main and Gayoao ata. M ONSARRAT A MONTGOMERY. AUO linreen. 172 Pecond at., Avrea Bnildini. MUSIC, PIANOS, CABINET ORGANS, Musical InRtrumcntu and Mnaical Mer Chandiae. at V. Kataenhach'a. 317 Main at. 7WKN, MOORE A WEST, INSUP ANCE I ) Agonta. N. W. cor. Main and M'lii"'n a'a. TTaUL A CROCK bTT, DKAL"EHS IN IKON J and AgrirnltunU Implementa. 270 Kront at. DICKER. H. B., DEALER IN PITTS J berif ooal, No. 1WM M iin at, DAINT STORE, PAINTERS' MATERI I ala. MiiDunald A Cole. 41 Monroe at.. I )ER K I N VL 1V1 N G STON "OST. DEAL I era in Machinery, etc., 3IN Main atreet. I )0T.ICE COMMISSIONERS' Oi'FICE. No. I i'i VnJiann atroet fiOsfOVFICE, COR. JEFFERSON AND I Third a'.reita, R. C.Gist, l'na'maater. QUACK KN BUSH A WARREN. DEALERS in Fa'h. Honrannd Blinda. 67 Mndifon at. A YWKLCH, ATTORN EYS AT LAW, j V No. 237 Muin atreet, up ata ra. OGKBS A PURNELL, PHYSICIANS . anil Sureenna. enr. Main and Madiann fla. oTsTiT'rTnizWANT a co., auc- tinneera, 2ili hronnrt atrecr DUSSKLL. GROVE A CO., GAYOSO PLA Itniug Mill, 212 Adama aire .t, cast of the B - you. KOUSII A CUNNINGHAM, CLACK amithing and Wanon-muking. cor. Mon roe anil Deaoto atreeta. 14n olfULTZ, A. 0.. LOCKSMITH, SAFE MA- p Iter, e'o . 119 JcllVraiin atreet. UTKINKTTiL, JACOB, HEALER IN ALE. O Boer and Liiiuora, 3UI Third atreet. ovTnXkuteTa"ttorneys-ai-law. Desoto Blenk, Mniliaon atreet. CTRATMAN'S SWIMMING SCHOOL, k7 foot ot Union 8trect. QI'ICER. ANDEKSON O No. 12 Main atreet. A CO., GROCERS, OECOND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, O r.or. Main and Bnal atreeta. C T"M ARY'S GERMAN CHURCH (CATH n OLIO), cor. Market and Third atreet. oT. LAZARUS CHURCH (EPISCOPAL), C7 Madison atreet, eaat of Third. ot7m akY's-c ii : u rcii (episcopal), V Poplar atreet. near Alabama. yT. PATRICK'S CHURCH (CATHOLIC), p corner Lin Ion and Desoto atreeta. oTTT'ETEk'SrillUHClI (CATHOLIC). COR. Adama and Third atreeta. ri'A YLOR, R. S. A CO., GROCERS, NO. 27 1 Front street. f 1 1 1 RU D E AlfAD UKE.CORNERMADISON 1 and Second ata., deal in Jewelry, etc. moBACOO AND CIGARS A LARGE AND 1 auperior atock at Thurmond, Foater A Co.'i. Tobaoeoniata, Mb Soend atreet. ifiN VOAST, G. W., LOTTERY AGENT. No. 20 Jefferai'n atreet irENAIiLVS SAW MILL, WOLF RIVER, V north of Bayou Gayoao rHiTA40Kfi & CO., STEAM JOB 1'KIN- TRUSTEE'S SALE. "lyr VIRTUE OF A DEED OF TRUST. 1 executed to me on the 25th day of May, li4fi.br 11. M.Groavenor and duly rciriptcred in the Recistcr'a office of Shelby county, Ten nessee, in Record Book No. Si, part lat. pages S.')7. and :i 9, to which reference is hereby made. For the tmrnoae of paying the debt therein aocured, I will. On Thursday, b'ept. 5th, 1SG7, In front of the Conrthouae, in the city of Mem Ihia, ur.ioecd In acli to the hirhct bidd'r iOR CASif. ilio followioi d rined property, to wit: A certa' tract of land, aituated. lyits and bc:n in the equity of .!iclby and State of I'onn-ssee. in the ricinity and on the ea t of ihecityof Memnhia, od the northeaft a:ne of th" Memphis and Charlcatnn railroad. lin a Tart of the John P.anneyirrantul live llmussnd -rca, and bounded aa lul.owa ; BcRinnin at 'th. north wet corner of a tra't of one hundred acreaol land lately owned by Nath. Kairland : thence aouth with the west boundary line of aaid one hundred acw tract, thirtoen poles lo t aiako. filtr K-et from c ntre of aaid railroad, wuh a black oak and black walnut pointer.; thence a.mth forty-fire deereca eat wiih the northeast aula of Pa drsilroad twenty-nine po lea to a stake, bfty feet from the ceutre of aaid railroad; thxnee north thirty-three and a half tiiea to a :iase in th. north lK)nnury line of aaid one hundred acre tract: thenee west with the north bonadary Iin. of aaid one hundred aura trrt wty-on pole to th. beirinnin! earner, eontaininr. by estimation, thro, acre, o( l.r.d, and tim th. am. tract that waa con reed toMid Mildred An.lereon by Kath. Rsc lai.d. by oed, beanna date 1-th April, WJ. t..rcih-r with all improvemenu thereon, and appurtenances thereunto belonint . Th. equi ty of rnlampti. B in and to thia prorarty la ei- rea'lv waived in aaid Tru"t Deed, and the I Or is WUered to b .w,d, but I aell and con xrj .nly aa Tnute. Sala to be mad within U.ialh..ra.gAM n nifAlV. Tnute. Jteaiphif, Auiuatl, b lly 'tVliUmoro A Co. VOL. IV. PUBLIC LEDGER, rUIIUSlIRD EVERY AFTERNOON, EXCEPT SUNDAY, v E. WHITIRORE, F. ft. TYLER & J.T. PRATT, Under the firm name of WIIITMOKE .St CO., No. 13 Madison Street, The Pnnf.to T t'nnrn ta aerred to Citr auh oribera by l'uithlul carriera at. TEN CENTS pur week, payable weokiy to me carrier. Itv mail. SIX DOLLARS per annum, or lilty Cent per month, iu Aovanoe, Commtinicationa upon aubjects of Konorn! in tcre.it to the puhlio aro at all time acceptable Rejected manusetipui will nor be returned RATES Of ADVERTISING : First Inaertion 10 cents par line rubaequont Inaeruona .. For One Weok .3(1 For Two Wceka V For Three Woeka till ' For One Month- 75 " " " Ea'h aubaeiut'nt month... ......60 " " " Dianlarod advertiaotnenta will be chanted oc cnrdinK to thoHPACK oceunied. at nbove rntea- there bciiij twolve linea of aolid type to the inch. Notice in local column inserted for twenty cent per lino for each inBertion. Special N "ticca inaorted for tun oonti per line for each inaertion. To regular advertisers we nflor auperior in duoementa, both a to rato.of chargca and man nor of (tianlavini? their I'avora. All advertiseinenta should he marked the anecihc lonirth ol time thev are to be published II not ao marked, they will be inserted fur one mntti ana ennrgea aoconlinfriy. Notices of Marrinaca and Deiitha will be in serted in tlio Puklio Liihikk aa itema of news. But nny thine beyond a mere announcement HI be ohanrcd tur at the rate ot -o conta per line. Advertiaemcnta published at Inten'ala will bo clnirpou ten conts per line tor each inaertion. All tuna tor oovertiaintr are duo when eon' tracted and pavableon demand. si. All letters, whether upen bueineaa or Otherwise, U'ua' he niriroaseo: to Vublisbors and rotrictor. BC& LTouso rent is decHniugin Louis ville. ttSU Mrs. Geo. Lee is reported in very bad hcakb. Ha?"Tho celebrated trottiog mare Wid ow McCree is dead. tfiyA single b,r in on of tbe saloons at Saratoga clears $112,000 a year. SQUPope Pius IX has canonized forty- six new saints, or moro than any of his predecessors. BQfc- There 'were 187,519 marriaccs, 753,183 births and 500,938 deaths in Eng land last your. I Tom Thumb is said be growing both stouter and taller. lie has begun rather late in life. tQy With her vast Eastern acquisi tions, England has more pagan than Christian subjects. J4ayA corps of U. S. engineers are still engaged in surveying a route for a Niagara ship canal. t& The Turkish Sultan is temperate, and observes the maxim, "early to bed and early to rise." &3?According to the registration, the whites have a majority of 2051 in Shen andoah county, Va. IQT Lord Lyons, the British Ambas sador at Paris, gets the handsome salary of $50,000 per annum. t" Governor Helm, of Kentucky, will assume the duties of his oflice on the first Tuesday in September. S lion. Benjamin G. Harris is mentioned os the Democratic candidate for the next Governor of Maryland. BQU Henry J. Murry, a clerk in the Boston postofTice, is under arrest on the charge of stealing money from letters. BQi. Arthur Johnson, of Fairfield, Ohio, has confessed to having ravished and murdered a little girl of that place. 8t5yA newspaper has recently been started in Mninewith the rather impres sive title of tho rrcsquc Isle Loyal Sun rise BflJu Hill's Theater and several other buildings were destroyed by fire at Port land, Maine, on Monday. Loss about f30,000. English ladies are adopting the fashion of wearing belts with a small dagger attached. Quite symbolical of the times. CtaTCennecticut has been luxuriating in two Stato capitals. This, the papers think rather too expensive, and recom mend a change. tf3F During the past seven months the total amount of property destroyed by fire in the United States amounted to ?23,P30,C0Q, ItaT A man who was bitten by a mad dog in Indianapolis, a few days ago, re ceived the animal's teeth in his wooden leg, and does not fear hydrophobia. WSf The weather in the lake cities for the past few days has been intensely hot, and several futal cases of sun stroke have been reported at Chicago, Cleveland and Buffalo. Mayor Horlon, of Mobile, was op before the military authorities yesterday to answer to the charge of banishing a negro man who lost a lrg in the Federal rvice. IttTThe New York Tribune intimates that the recent cabla telegram, hinting war between France and Prussia, was invented for the benefit of certain Wall street brokers. C JL MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE, AVEDNESDAY EVENING. AUGUST 14, tuAgrand borne fair was inaugu rated at Buffalo, yesterday. Fifty-four horses have been entered for the forth coming races, among which is the cele brated " Dexter.'' JraJAn exchange intimates that Wilkes Booth is now the cup: iin of a private veisel, and the terror of the China teas. How about the backbone in the Washing ton museum? PSk A Fort Scott paper has made the astonishing discovery that that town re quires but two things to maku it one of the largest cities in tho world. These are buildings and population. 43 They have adopted drowning in lieu of shooting unmuzzled dogs in New York city. Perhnr it is thought bj this method they can keep the carcasses out of tho hands of sausage makers. t" A pastor of a congregation in Illi nois has received as a remuneration for his services, $151 from an Eastern missionary society, and a barrel of whisky and keg of potatoes, from his affectionate flock. Iy A Connecticut Yankee recently made his way out to Kansas with only one dollar in his pocket by a systematic plan of getting on trains and allowing himself to be put off again only to take the next one that came along. HQ, A correspondent writes to tho Charleston Courier from Sumter, S. C, that the tax colloctor for that district has returned to the Sheriff twenty-nine hundred executions, including his own namo and the Sheriffs among the de faulters. tt The Philadelphia Press coolly says it would not desire to see such a man as Brownlow Governor of. Penn sylvania, but he is good enough for Ten nessee. Precisely so. This is just what we understand to be the true spirit of Radicalism North. tPJir. A harness maker in New Bed ford, Mass., has had willed to him $137,' 000, and a paper of that place suys: " He is so overjoyed at being out of Jhe traces, that ho commences ornamenting his property by planting his grounds with swingle-trees. 8BuThe Robertson (Tenn.) Register says: " Mrs. Baggett, of this county, last week killed a snake, out of the body of which crawled fifty-five young es, the shortest one measuring six inches in length. This was a good haul, consider ing that it was not a very good day for snakes." 8 A negro boy, imprisoned for threatening to burn the town of Brandon, Miss., and rob the railroad cars, broke the Rankin county jail a few days since. He was pursued, but dodged his pursuers until evening, when, being halted, he broke again, but a shot in his leg pre vented his going far, and he was con ducted back to his old quarters. B. The superintendent of a promi nent insane asylum in Boston notices in his last report an alarming increase in the number of patients placed under his charge. If half a doznu superintend ents were to Attempt to treat all the crazy foola in Boston they would have more than their hands full. The whole State has been crocked, 'or nearly so, for the past fifteen years. JJ The New Orleans Crescent thinks the trouble with Mexico is the Mexicans. The trouble with Jamaica is the Jamai cans; The trouble with llayti is the Haytiens. The trouble with Turkey (says Christendom) is tho Turks. Tho troublo with Ireland (say the Engliah) is the Irish. The trouble with Poland (say the Russians) is the Poles. The trouble with the South (say the Northern con gressmen) is the Southerners. BigU An eastern paper uoticiug the case of two boys, attending school, who were remarkable for punctuality al though one livj;d a mile and the other three miles off, says: "It is at school as at church, the most distant are first on the spot ; and those having most to overcome find it easiest to do it. It is so all through life where there is most care, most labor, most responsibility, there is the most manhood and the greatest success." JSTA. writer in the New York Gazette says Claries Reade, the author of "Grif fith Gaunt," has a habit of clipping from newspapers all sorts of paragraphs hairbreadth escape.", strange accounts of crime, bits of wit, bits of wisdom and pasting them in a scrap-book. When he gets ready to write a new story he goes over his scrap-book in search of " good things," furnishes np the crimes and accidents, redresses the wit and wisdom, nd weaves all into his narrative with his own wonderful skill. MTThe Mobile Tribune narrates the particulars of a most distressing tragedy which occurred in that city on lust Sun day. It would ct-m that at an early hour in the morning, a Mrs. Carter was alarmed at noises which seemed to indi cate the presence of thieves in ber house, and hurried to the sleeping apartment of her son in order to awake him. The youth, in the dark mspecting his mother to be a robber, rose hastily and seizing pibt jl Cred. The ball took effect upon the person of the unfortunate lady, and she only lived long enough to have the aceident explained. LAKUKST IJITY CUKIUJILATIOA'. Shall We Hart a White Han's Par'y 1-The Question Considered. CurrenpuDdanoe I'ublie Ledger. I Jackson. Tixk-, AueuatJ3 1;. Although my love for Rudicalium dots not exceed that of a Feniau for Queen Victoria, I don't propose to abed tears over the lato election. It wits as natural to expect decency from Browulow as that the negroes would vote for Eiberidge. Such an action would have been nntag onistic to all principles by which men are governed. The. negroes are wolully ignorant, and much better fitted to illus trate the plow-handle thun polling booths; but they are shrewd enough to realize that Southern whito men are disgusted with their claims to social nnd political equality. They would regurd their old masters with contempt if they were not. It is only Radical politicians who can sink all decency and seek to level every distinction between the two races. They pronounce all inequality at an end, and are correct from their standpoint. It is not difficult to decide whether tho negro or the white Radical is complimented by the association. A white man who vol untarily seeks the level of the most de graded in the land is as unworthy the social or political recognition of even the latter, as the latter is that of the most virtuous and en lightened. If the Southern negroes do not fling these infamous toady office seekers from their embraces, they need anticipate nothing else than nn absorp tion of the vices naturally resulting from such an association. What white wan, other than a Rudical, would permit such men as compose the majority of our Tennessee Radical politicians to become socially intimato with his family? The touch is pollution itself. Your Radical politician can readily fraternize with the negro. The associa tion instead of degrading is elevating. CuQee is sometimes, honest, and socially his now friend is just a degree or two be low the scum of the earth. To him Cuf fee and Dinah are better society than he has been accustomed to. At home be was contemptible. Public opinion forced him to pack his kit and tramp. He came here, and found that white men in stinctively held their noses as ho ap proached. Social amenities were donied him on the principle that excludes scur vy fellows generally. II a seeks tho ne gro as naturally as water seeks its level, and is glad to sit at Sambo's tablo and enjoy the society of Samho's daughter. By and by, though a long time hence, Sambo will become disgusted; Miss Sambo will turn up her Hat nose, and the white toady must 'seek somebody lower down in the social scale. His next resort will be the Digger Indian, if whis ky, gambling, and other advance guards of civilization do not too soon wipe out and relievo the latter from the crowning disgrace of such au association. We can also manipulate tho odorifer ous gentleman from the African jungles by social assimilation, but not other wise. The recent attempt of some of ocr Conservative politicians to control him by holding their noses when in his presence, making wry faces and touch ing him with a forty-foot pole, was a miserable failure. Sensible men nntici pated nothing else, and we were treated us we deserved. His action on election day was predicted by everybody who possessed more judgment than enthusi asm. We merited just such trealment f 3t even temporarily sinking tho decency supposed to cling to the Caucasian. When we showed a dispo.-ition to get down in the dirt before him, call him the " col ored citizen " nnd beg for his vote, he readily perceived our hypocrisy. The action simply disgusted white men, and the "colored citizen" laughed in his sleeve and told it as a good joke in the League. The sickening ftiree has been played out; the curtain has fallen; the foot lights huvo blinked out, and Egyptian darkness prevails. We met the fragrant Africnn, and he wasn't ours. Wo grap pled the black anacoudi, uud he choked us iuto Mr. Manteliiu's "demnition particles." I tell yon, Mr. Editor, the irrepres sible conflict " lias just arrived. It has brought its knitting and intends to stay awhile. Two elements nre struggling for the same goal. They are antagonistic, and one must go by tho board. It is Whito vs. Black. You may double and twist, and refine as you may, yet noth- ng else can be made out of it. Either this Southern couutry is to be perman ently1 ruled by the Caucasian or by the African. There ean be no compromise. One must go up and the other down. Not by violence, however. It is a strug gle of intellect and decency against ig norance and degradation. It is not diffi cult te anticipate the result, which is simply that of every other battle between the Caucasian and inferior races. But tho sooner we strip for the contest the better. The sooner we raise the white man's banner, the sooner the question will be solved. The black i clearly lost to us fjr years to come, l.o l white men unite, give mm a wide berth, and see who first asks quar ter. He cannot well da without as, but e can easily dispense with him. la time the entire Radical paity will be the blacks an J the Radical politicians. The decent men in the ranks will be driven to us by the natural force of gravitation. As long as we cuntenaLce moLgrelizing we will be kicked and cuffed and rolled into the dirt. We must charge our guns J1 Th li J1J U JUJ with the right kind of ammunition, see that they are properly manned, and stand to them. If we attempt to crawl into the negro's good graces in the hope of gi'tti ig office, we shall soon sink be low even his contempt, and the word "whito" will become a synonym of dis gust. Let whito men Bland together, and allow Cuffy to take care of himself. W. S. W. Tub negro concubine of the great practical miscegenationist is thus de scribed by a Mississippi editor: In the city of Lancaster, ia Pennsylvania, in the goodly North, nigh unto the pure city of Philadelphia, Thaddeus Stevens has for years lived in open adultery with a mulatto woman whom he seduced from her husband, a full blooded npgro. This mulatto manages his households, both in Lancaster and at Washington, receives or rejects his visitors at will, speaks of Mr. Stevens and herself as " we, ' and in all things comports herself as if she en joyed the rights of a lawful wife. 1 have no word of unkindness or abuse for her. She is a neat, tidy housekeeper, and ap pears to be as polite as well trc.ined ne rroos eopprnllv are. MEDICAL. iii;i)Lctio ix ritit'E OF A Standard Jlemedy! I N CONSIDERATION OFTIIE SCARCITY of itiociov. and in order te nlnoe it within the reach oT ail, we have reduced the rhe of KING, OP CHILLS To the low priceof OXE DOLLAR per Bottle. This is the moat powerful and certain com pound evor introduced for tho permanent eradication of all forms of Chills, Intermittent, Remittent and llillious Fevers, Mcuraliria, liutnh Chills, bun 1'nia. and all thoae malarious auections so cotuuion throughout the Southern country. It is put ut in large bottles, with iduin directions, ia pleasant to the taste, and does not afleot the head, ears or oervea, WHAT IT CAN DO. It cleanses the Stomach, arouses the Liver, flpena the Hnwela, and carries of all llillious Mattor, elTeoting quiok and permanent cures. RADICALS Who have not beoome aeelimnted, and arc con stantly troubled with a Chill or Fever, who nre liillioua and full of Aohe, and feel an indispo sition to net about, should, by all means, use thia truly valuable Medicinal Compound, which i prepared by l'uyaioianaof Twenty Years' ex perience in this malarious country. CONSERVATIVES Who have no time to lone, foolinir with various mixtures of the day, and who have no money to throw away, could not do better than to spend One Dollar for the KING Oh' CHILLS and be eured el all forma of Chills, Fever, Kio. Its taste is pleasant, and it never alleet the head or oars. MECHANICS OF MEMPHIS, Your time is money, and wbv do vou continue with the Chilla, Fevera, etc., loalno; so much of your preoious lime wnuu a rumeuy ia ao near ai band and so cheap. Our remedy builds up the system, placing it upon a good foundation remodels by purging the system of all flaws, and places you oa foot with sound timber, bend and procure one butt e. and be perma nently curod. Prioe only Ono Dollar. FARMERS AND PLANTERS Visiting tho city would greatly consult tnoir own interest by purchasing a supply of this never failing King of ChilU. Much time can be saved by curing me emus immediately, and thia medlcino uproots the disease and ao destroys the cause that it will not return, a decs when cured with quinine. MERCHANTS AND CLERKS, Whv will you love io mnny aoMen moment o your life, in Hhalting and complaining ot chilly gmifintioiiti, l evers, lleaUoho, pains In tho lionori and .Joints. LaaaituU. liiMiousnest . etc when th insiKDincant mm of One Dollar wil Rifei ilv rHtorc you to henlth. vnrorand buoy anoy ? It is ploHnnt to 'ho taste, produces no roanntc or nuxzing in in neai, nu miKi'i " the art, hut aetiuickly and effectually. Alter lining ono buttto you will have no other in your houKO. MOTHERS AND FATHERS Who liavo pale, sworlhy, puny, and sickly children, havinir little or no appeti'e, imporioct diircatio'i, inactive livor, indispoaitiun to play, In.r are errma. Deeviah and drooping about, with alight fevera sometime during the day, can bo elloctuully restored to the bloom ot nealtn, Dy giving small doses of the King of Chills four or five tUnus a day. Do not lorget the name, Promegoole & Co.'i KINO OF CHILLS. Prico $1 (XI. bold by all Druggists. J. P. Dkom coom: A Co., Proprietors, 3ul Main street. iMouipfcii. YOUlt WIFE Poaaeaaea chartna in proportion to her health, and she measures a husunnu love by the into rcit he eviucea in her wolfure while ahe ia aick Kow.il you wish to retain in tact your wile's love and affection nndiminiahad, and deaire ..... -i :.. i i i.l. i k I'lHi pile ruuiu ui:r noun u au. iwriuui udiiuij, you should, by all mean a procure one bott'e ef ENGLISH EEMALE BITTERS, A compound that is actually restoring health to mors nick I v le inn lot ihun all other remoJion combined It only proposes to cure those Uterine (JomplainU peculiar to the If mule e. It ia indorsed by the medical profc&rion all orcr the country, as it a no aecret nor patent, and effect cures -bona .We curoj-after.all other uiuiins fail. OLD AND YOUNG FEMALES Have long needed amedi'ine that would relieve them ot all thoao female eoml Hints ana Irregularities which prove ao troul leaomo all over the Southern country, and they can n"W cnuldcnt'y rtlv upon the curative powers of the kni'lUli Feinalo Hitlers. It arouaea, reatorua au.1 rcifti ates. Is curea are rapid and perma nent. If troubled with painful, euppresscd or irroru'ar Menstruation. livterics. Leuoorrhoea or Whites, Fntling of the Womb, Llceretion of Ihe Wonih, Cblotoais. and all thoao ayinptoma which loilow, inia medicine will rouove you. THAT YOUNG GIRL, Whore bloom has departed from her cheek whojcy ha I'ift it Iulro; whoite intellect ha lost it brightne.ts ; whne conntennnoe betokens Bloom nnd despair; who i pale, eina ciatcd. tneble, liflo'enit, repulnive with palpita tinn of the heart, shimming "f the head, cold feet and hnnd. can be restored to perfect health ami beauty by uiiur the KorUsq Female Hit'ers. MARRIED LADIES, Asyoa raluo your lire, anil health, and per sonal charm; as you are now troubled with some complaint peculiar to your sex; asyoa nave ben under treatment ot some pnyician without benefit ; as yu hare nearly concluded that your ca?e cannot be rrache i : let us insist. let u urce you to 1 y Bnic your tear and Pre judice, in regard tovidv-rti64 reuie iie, f r one time in ynur li!c, an l try one sacle bottle oi English Female XJUtera. AVe are well aware that many perrons tnub at the idea of uing an article that is advr tied, and we know of many nuhfnna individ ual in this community, and if tbey bad thir way, many ot them would snub all you sickly ft-male in your arnves. I'amot a worthy medi cine be adver'ihrd ? rend immediately and procure a bottle rf thi pouertul Uterine an l (ifweral Tonic, and rerain vnur health, Streoglh and color. Sold by all Irtirrit. J. 1. bROMUOOT.K CO., Proprietors, '''1 M",i" wrf, Vrrni h'-. L-v Court ofMcmphiM. Ci.rns" Orriri. July 2. 17. Lcr, Arnold Co., piaintiffa, ts. attachment auit, Henry Hlonrn and 8. ltloom, partners aa I'l-.tm x It others, defendant-, t KHIiAViT r "R ATTACH M KN'T II AY i ing ten ma n this cie 111 pursuance of Section .11. of the t.'ode of 1 enneaaee, and at tjtebnient hsing t-cen iarued and returned by the pr-'fer oi?Wr " leviM. et." oa the prop erty ot the defendant, lllooni k Brothers, it ia Ihcrr'ere ordered, that aaid defendants ai.i ear at the Court House, in the e-ty of Memplu. j Tenn.. ea or before the eev,nd M endav ic Oc- ; toW neiLand defend this aait. or the same will be taken f-r cn ed as to them, and the eaaeaetf-T healing esprt, and that a mpr of thia or lr be pablihi enee a wek for loar eon aeca tire week" i te I'reur Ltr.ae. Awi J"!1X DONuVAN Clerk. JV. W. t.RAHAM. l O. Arats ARiSDoLra. AU jalipl th. P W f(jf .IDj Ten Vent Per Week. 1SG7. NO. 140. JOD PRINTING. NEAT AND ELEGANT -AI- 1 O W PUIC K CARDS. OAHITi', caud.-;, CAtl.)?, cAitns. CAKm CARDS. $6 AND 33- 50 PER 1000. mm e a is. IULUIKADS. l'.ll.l-HKAUS, BILLHEADS, B.LLIIi.Ai.o, !!'LM; kads. cn.Li) bs. Bai,r.;..'.D3. riLMIHAiJH. EILLllliAU-. $15 00 FSil REAM. CIRCULARS. ClilC'L'L. !'-?. CIKOlLvpe. Cti'.l't'LVIU', CIR''I.. I. IRS, Clfci.'i.'I.ARP. ClK'HILAritf, CIltCLLARS, ClUCtiLARS. CIRCULARS. $10 TO $15 PER REAM. WILLS LADING' 1I1I.L.S l.AIII.NtJ. BILLS LA Dl Nil, RILLS LA HI NO. RILLS LADING. CILLo LAHINO, BILLS I.AiUKU. RILLS LAI.INU. BILLS LADlNtJ. BILi.3 LALl.Nii. $14 00 PER REAM. POSTERS, POjI'KRS. fOSI lilts', roSTKRS, I'USfKRS. Post k if. I'OST EUS. Post lilts. l'OSTKlty. I'Oi3TSR8 t Lower Than All Others. PROGRAMMES PRiMlltA M MIJS, PRtWKA.'niJiS. PI? (Hill A M !KS. P!iO.MI AVMKd, PRyiiRAMUKS. PMKfllAMMJj, PP.') 1 1' A M MiiS, ph'jukamaus. proqka5I.m::s. And everything in ur line, promptly and neiuy priruuj uti retwo. iii tormn, r.t t'je pcisLic Liar:s6 orricj:. Bring la your orders to the old stand, NO. 13 MADISON STREET, Where they witl receive oar prompt personal attention. WTTTTMORtT CO. PERKINS, ' LIVINGSTON & POST, 2QAKCFACTURKRS OP i.ti) HEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF MACIill! (JIIA'I 4.1D CC EEit ASSCIKTUS.NT OP HEAVY AXD SHELF IIASDWARE, MACHINISTS' TOOLS, I1KLTING. INVOICING, Horse l'otrcru, Etc., Elc. HOLE AUKNTS STRAL'B'S CORN MILLS, K. CARYER CO.'d CoTTON CINS. INOERSAL'S PORTABLE COTTON PRECSLS. LANE EODLEY'S SAW MILL?. WOOD Jt MANX'S POP.TABLE ENGINES. :!(5s Muin SStroet, . TKJJN, To the rroft'ssloiial and Busi ness Men of Memphis. THE TALLAHATCniAN, Pa b lis bed At Charleston, Bi;., F. N. 31 ERIE IX, Editor and Prop'r. TFCLY GHATEFUL FOR Til K VERY 1 brl patrojprn rilndo-i to tbif lir. br lh Ka-inM and rrnfrn-ionml mfo of M em i hi. wMch h mnaDt'tl In a iaru ity in its fT r, b -iii'r nrd pr jn,tr res'soctt'iiliy rt"iaip'i- th trrdTot ii columns a a me- di 4o f 'T a ivcrti-ms ajijr iviecut.e butine, r .ftif"i or calhnr. Our T9i art lihcrmU anj oar c:rcu!a'Jon lrr thun it ha evr bn. W p nt in f'ar ci'T. ut t-iVe rrrst tl" in rf'TTittc to our puinerou fnrnH, kt w" H fnr.d aTVPsT the teaiiac kUfiosf am Ml oftb c l. Ai'rc T. W. AILRUIN, K'iifwn'. Prcr'r. d-V9 Chajiwton, Mim INSURANCE. CAROLINA OC Mcniilkl, Tonu. Office: No. 291 Main Street. INSUHEH ONLY AGAINST LOSS OF LIFE. Authorized Capital, $500,000. OI'FICIClWi M. J. WICKS. PreaHent. A. BEE83EL. Vioe-Presldent. W. F. BOYIiB, Bscretry. W. O. MoCLUHE, Treasurer. J. H. ED MONDBON. General Asont. K. WOODWARD, Kegalar Physloian. ConMuUine I'liynlclausi I B. W. AVANT. F. A. RAMSEY. attorneys t LOGWOOD 4 PE1TTON. IJlp!ctori i W. R. HUNT, A. SEKSSEL. P. W. SMITH, ' F. TITUS, B. K. PULLEN. N. S. BRUCE. WM. JOYNER. K. M. APPERS0N. N. D. MENKEN. J. T. PETTIT, J. O. LONSDALE, M. J. WICKS. W. B. OREKNLAW, W. L. VANCE, W. II. MOORE. ?Tlie Company Is now prepared to Issue Policies in all the various forms of Life lmw ranco, and rospoetfully solicit publio patron ntre. ft-3H INSURANCE COMPANY, HARTFORD, CONNJ INCOltl'OKATBU ASSETS, JULY 1, Cash on hand, in b'k and with Unite1 States Stock .- Real Estate, uuinauuibered-... astute Stocks New York Dank Ktonks .... Ilartfnnl Bank Stncka Miacellaneous Rank Stocks.. Railroad Stocka. eto ac'ts$ 257..120 Of 812.S77 25 ...... tsi,:b va 47,tiil W) 734,170 Wl JTO.810 (10 .. las.iHtn oo 273,067 60 and Mortwi Bonds, City. County Itanroaa....... ... LBIMMM Total................... ....$4.075.l0 66 LIABILITIES, Losses unadjusted and not due I 271 .tW 35 Net - ....... 3.8,S"I 20 Income for last yenr net - 2,!itt.M H A daily income of say . 110 Losses and cipeuaes...... 2.M1.2H4 00 T:ix pniil, flovernmcnt and State.- 170,178 84 Total Losses paiiLin 47 years......l",127 410 0 By Fire - Z - 17.24.000 W Inland 1.W44.40U07 . Loss by Portland Fire, July 4th. rpiIE total ameunt oovered by the JStna Poll- L oies on !roerty deatroyed or daraaarod if $20ti,HTi4, on which salvage will be about Gre 4orocnt. Our total loss will not vary much from $3111,01)!), and was promptly adjusted and paid. This sum is fire per cent- noon the Com pany's assets, a future bnt slightly exceeding ou' Uovornment and State taxes paid last year, or a proportion equal to a f5,0J0 loss for a coin -puny of $100.(100 assets. The necessity for insurance and the Take oi wealthy, strong corporations ia forcibly il lustrate by this lire. oreral weak insurance companies are deatroyed. Portland has a population of 35,000 was handsomely built. iuo-rly fine brick or stonjtruotures protected and screened with upiriiOof 3,(Kt(l shade trees bouuddd nn three si.lea by water indeed, literally, almoat riaing from the oceanand with a steam fiTe department yet It has $10, 0u0.taUU of property consumed in a fow hours upon a holiday whn its peojde are least oo?u pied from the very insignificant cause of a oontomptihle fireorarker. Retiisuiher the triding origin of ftVes that swoop anay in a few hours the earnings o years. Consider your beat interest and give the Ktna Agent a ciill if you need prope r insur ance security. Pay a fuir rate of premium lor n good and genuine article, and with these Hunts and experiences before you, procure your hvjurnnce with shrewd judgment. Applications for inauranee promptly attended to Dy u. A. till liiMOiN .V. OU., Ag U. V.V1H No. 22 Madison street. IN8UKE WITH Lindsey & Vredenburgh, A gents for the following first-class companies : Homo Insurance Company, ol New Yort" Cftiltal. ... 8;t,7G.B03. Security Insuranco Comp'y of New York. cviitfti. ... oi.oou.roe; Enterprise Insurance Company, Of Cincianati. a Capital I I t 81.000,000; )ARTI.8 DKSIRINQ INSURANCE, EI 1 trier Fire, Marine or Bull. wouUi do well to eall upon LINDSET A VREDENBURGH Before eTecting insaraoce elsewhere. No. H ?IadI.ou Street, S S' fo f!a!r. Mm-M.. T-r. HOMESTEAD FOR SALE, Five Years' Time Within 20 minute walk of the) STREET RAILWAY, "10XSTSTISO OF A TMrSK. CONTAIN ! ior tl.itteen rooma, including kitrhen and aerv. uta' rooma, nunemua out buildmrs and atahle.aeood vsrietv of fruit, including'iranes, red aad hit Ks'pberir, Mrawberrr, Lawtoa IVa-'aWTV. I'ra-h, Apple, fear, fluuib. Al f nd and Fig trees, wj Aaparragraaa and Kaubarb beds, with 8IX ACRES OF OBOUBD. In a deairahle and rarMly improvinc neighbor bood : torher with Horses. Cowa, Roeaawav, market aad fiirni Wagooa, HarneMt, end every , article x eeea.arv for the aueee-ful eulttrati.'B of a market rarl'n. Prire. ll2.ual.oa tha f.il- l'wnc tensa : Jia' 'on lt of January, lard and $.4.i ,.n tba 6 rat of each January auceeedioa. with lo p rent, interest. Apply between the bours ol 5 aaa lZe c'-, to VAkl k LK'U'ER K. 14.) No. iiiitanbtreet.