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0(fiu. .No. 1M Muatnon Htroot LAUCEST CITY CIRCULATION. POETRY. THE HORNING WATCH. BT J IAS IMOKI.OW. The moon li bleached as white ai wool, And Just dropping under: Anil ver (tar ia gone out throe, And tbey hang lar aiuudnr The e' a ata ghost til in tniTi A tali shapo of wondor. I urn not natlsflai) with sleep The night ia iikt ended! But look how the lea ghost eomea, With wan ikirti attended, Stealing up in t liia weird hour, When light and dark ore a endod. A vessel I To the old nUr end Ilor happy course "ho keeping! I hoard them name her ye.ionlay ; Some were palo with weeping; Sotre with their hca-t hunsor signed; ehe'a in-and they are slooping. Oh! now with fsnciod greeting Uoit, They eotnfurt tteir )Mig aching i The sea of sleep hath borne to them What would not cuie with waking. And the dreama shall moat bo true In thoir blixa ul breaking. Thostnr. are g n", the rnso bloom oomoi Noblushof miitdii'swcti'r: The red bun ball-way out of bod, Khali be the first to greet, her. None tell the news. yet sloe ors wako. And rue, and run 1 1 m . ot her. Their loat thor hav. they bold ; from pain A keenor bliss they bor ow. Dow natural ia joy, my heart I Uew easy after nrrow I for once, the beet ia eomo that hope Promised them " to morrow. tST The following letter from Thatl. Stevens ia interesting aa disclosing the fact that there ia still u remnant of con servatism in the Semite. Some of tho members of that body refused" to act, because they doubted their power under the Constitution, which that body had already repudiated I This looks like returning society or, wlmt is more likely, a sight of tho handwriting on the wall of a swiftly coming revolution in the public sentiment of tho north, which will demand a return to Constitutional landmarks. We publish tho letter as a part of the current history of radical revolutionary action : Lancaster, Pa., August 20, 1&S7. Col. Samuel Schoch, Columbia, Pa.: Dkab Sib : You are right in supposing that Congress made mistakes, as is the inevitable lot of man, but you mistake in supposing that there is any law to prohibit the removal of district com manders without the consent of the Senate. Soon after the commencement of the last session of Congress I reported n bill from the committee of tho House of Representatives which contained a provision prohibiting removal without the consent of the Senate. It pasaod the House and was sent to tho Senate. The Senate struck it out nnd returned it to the House, who refused to concur in the amendment The resnlt was a com mittee of conference, where an animated contest ensued. There were several other questions in controversy between the Houses, which the House offered to yield if this could bo granted. The Senate persistently re fused, declaring that they would sooner lose the bill. As that would frustrate all our legislation, it could not be allowed. The House yielded, with a warning of tho evils it would inilict upon the coun try. Some of the members ef the Senate seemed to doubt their power under the Constitution, which they bad just repu diated, and outsido of which all agreed that wo were acting, else our whole work of reconstruction was usurpation; or perhaps they hud a desire to be thought gravely conservative and magnanimous. These ideas seemed to control the ac tion of some half dozen Senators who preferred trusting the President. My dear Colonel, a few Senators of great ability, undoubted patriotism and purity, have become so saturated with what they were pleased to call "conservatism ' (whose meaning I confess I am nnable to understand), that I fear they will for get the monster that was slain in 1776, and again in 1861, and will thus do great damage to the creation of a government now so capable of being converted into a political paradise. This is liable to hap pen, not so much by direct and palpable attack upon its framework as by gradu ally forgetting the vital principles of the Declaration of Independence. Strike out one of the living sparks which give life to our Goddess of Liberty and the mysterious and intense heat whose welding fires nearly a century ago and at present are fusing principles of freedom and reducing despotism to cin ders will Gradually cool until the most conservative despat could thrust his sword into it without affectine its tem per. I have said above that I did not know the meaning of the word "conservatism." 1 have sinco seen the. report of a speech said to have been made by an Ohio Senator at Canton, Ohio, which, if it be truly re ported, and is to be considered a defini . tion of that doctrine, then it to me is very alarming worse thau copperhcad isra. It is legislation without authority, and reconstruction by usurpation. I am, very respectfully, your obedient servant, - TiiAint:t' Stkvenh SOl'TUEKN IKON HOUSE, Xo. 270 Trout Street. PAUL Ss CHOCKETT HAVE MOVED THFIR STOCK OK IRON and Hardware to X. 270 Front street, between Court and Madison, whore can be found at all timca the ONLY Stock of Tennessee Iron in the city: also, a very : 'j2ri'',VH KOf Common iron, branded kt.NHlki 1KU. at HpiIu -el Prices. , , .. -i We kwnalfo full ftork of Castings, Nails. Fruithn'Tuols, Wa?"n Material. Cotton lima. Threshers. H..rae I'owera. Cider Mills, torn r-hellers. Plows. Sera pits, in lact. a gctv ral assortment of Agricultural Imtileuientejrte. : and are prepared to supply everything kept in our line .f business at low rates. fljn the 1st day of August reduced the f.ri ( Tennessee Jrnn one pent per pound, nnd Kentucky or Common Iron one-halt rent To the Professional and Bnsl nessJItnof Mcraplils. THE TALL ALTATC LTI A.N, Pnbliibed at Cbarlaiton, Kits., F. IV. MEREIX, Editor and Prttp'r. ntRrLY ORATEFLL FOR THK VERY 1 liberal patronate eitnidel to thia patr, by the bu'ineaa aud prot aional men of Mem-t-lii, which haa amuuntt-d lo a irtiility in ita favor, Ibe euiu.r and i.r..prirtr reaperUulIy r,.ntinuea the t-odcr of iia eolumna aa a me dium for adiertiunc any rtipoctaola buainc.s I.rc.leai..n or cuilma . (.ur tJ-rraa are l;lerl. and our circulation larrcr than it haa ever bn. . .... We have no arent in jt.ur city, but taaeareat i.lranri in refcrrmr to our nun:ra( frienila. mh . will be f' and atront the leadint bafineea mtn it the ritr. A'i i- , F. W. iiERhlX. Id ,toT anl fTJ- lj.-g Cuarie:n, Jaua NEW ADVERTISEMENTS 170I.KCTI0 MEDICAL COLLAOE OF PA. Pi Wmtor session continences October 7, PI. Thirty studnnta tukon for itfu each. No other JOSEPH SITES, M. p.. Doan, 8"J North hixtn eixoei, rnj.'. p""1 " . . .. - .. ir . 1 1 1 nT,jmiolTV CrtTTTH 1 liethlxhain P. (Founded and endowed by lion. Aaa Packer.) The sooend year open, on the 1st of September, (or atudents in the 1st nnd 'li classes, and intheapocial .ohool. oj KNOINKKKINtJ (rivil, mechanical, and ,li,inV),.nd AHALTliL CIIKMISTKY Al'plicauta eTiiiuiueo irom mo iijiu i ofAuguat. For Mirtirulara apply to JIliyKY COl'PKK. I.X. b.. Prealdi-nt. WANTKD-MO A DAY TO AGENTS Moyd'a Uroat Double Map of hurope and Amerioo Uoumineu, monnini ana yar- (iiinunva, win, i.u.u.. -- - - nhowa ton million names of eitioa, towna, vil la ., rallwny atitiona, nvcra, mpuniuiiia, Inkea, eto., roat $ihI.(k), yot aella at H. worth Knch map 'JO aquaro feet, occupina: the apiioe of but one on the wall, wilh double laeed rollura and revcraora, by which each map can he thrown front, (ivory home in the land wants a eopy. Printed Inatructiuna how to can vara woll, furniahed our enU. Ladica do a well aa mn. Bend money for aninpla nnd are the map tlrat. If not aold takon back on I'nivind. Wholesale nufiita, with canital, for Weatorn Statea, California, Texas, ,Now Or loana, Cnnadn. South America, V eat Indiea and New Uugland oould set $1(1 a ropy for tliia mnp. J. T. LLOYD, 23 Cortland! Btroct. N. Y. THE BEST MACHINERY. pOOPKR'S OLD AND EXTENSIVE FAC- HlTZi KoVKU PORTABLE ENGINES, 8 to W liorae-oowor. Hi IM PKOVK1) STATIONARY ENGINES, 20 1" l&r hot-eo-powr. JOCIHCl'LAR SAW M'LLS of all aie. 12:1 PATKNT VKENCU lillRR FLOUR AND FKEI) MILLS, with Bulta, and oomplete Mi'chincry for antne. imUCOOPKH'S PATKNT SUGAR PANS, 8 to IS feet 'on. Print. S22tnj7.'. 1IM( COOPER'S PATENT UNION SUGAR MILLS, 8aiiea. Prioe, heavy 1-horaomill, 8i". AW uro bcinit erotoil in tho moat approved nn1 aubatantlal inannur, wilh recant valuable improvement. . lliia firm was the drat toentnmonco tho prac tice of furnishing complete fixtures fur saw anil trri.it mills, and uiillwrishla to erec and set them in oporutinn ; henoo Iheir unproocHontod ane'esa nnd ropiiln'inn for bnildiug the brut Milli in the world. Send forcirctlarpAddresi Mount Vernon, Ohti VTis.soUUI IM M roONTS'TtUIliK." IM conloininir doacription of Misaouri pro dttcta, price of labor.live stock and lumber, with other valuablo information to travelora, land buycra and explorintt partioa In Miaaouri. lina alaoStato nnd railroad mnp coniplole, and cntnloirue of lands, with priceain evory county in the State. Sent postpaid for 60(; per copy. Address ALLEN P. RICHARDSON. Jeffcraon City, Mo. WM. E. HOOPEH & SONS, Manufacturers of TwiucH tintl INeitintrH, And Dealors In Arliclm nfil by rinliorinon. OFFICE Corner Pratt and South streets, Urtltimo-e, Mnrylnnd. EDGrAR FARMER & CO. 31 Courtlaad St., N. Y. IrX, FLSS, RAILROAD OS JJLlil J!jA JjJL tJO, OXES RETICULES, SATCHELS AND SACKS. Manufactory at Newark, N. J. T ANTED Agents for Crowell'i Improved 1 1 Scissor ftnd Knife Sharpener. Sample mailed on receipt et..,. & CQ Cleveland, Ohio. WANTED-Ladies and Gentlemen evory where. In a bu-iness that will pay i to $20 per day: no book, patent richt, or medical humbug, but a standard article of merit, wanted by evorvliodv, and sold at one-third the naual price, with 200 per ceat. profit to our atenta. Sample and circular ?nt by mail for 25cents. WHITNEY SON, No. 6 Tremont etrnot. lioston. Mass. OAKLAND HALL1 ENGLISH, CLASSI cal and Military School for Boya. at Need ham. Maa. The next School Year of 40 weeks opena September lHth. For Kegiator and Cir cular, addrees the Piinoipal. Ror J.B.CLARK, Oakland Hall. N'edham. Maaa . ASTHMA CURED. Relief guaranteed in live minutes, and a permanont cure effected by tho uaeof " Upham's Asthma Cure." Caaea of from ten to twenty years' standing yiold at once to ita influence. Price. 2. Sent poit puid to any address, by S. C. UPUAM, No. 25 South Eighth street, Philadelphia, Pa. Circu lar.i sent free. Soid by all ilrnggista. WANTED. -AGENTS TO SELL OUK Verifying Machines. They will sell in every family, and save one-half the egg in family cooking. Prioe? from 7ft ot. to $2. Ad dress, for particulars, HALE A CO.,NewMjry port, Maas 1DLEWILD-FOK YOUNG LADIES -Mias M. Lammond. late principal of the leading educational institutions of the Pacific coast, naving leased fo a term of years the well known reaidonce, on the Hudson, of the lato N. P. WilUa, would respectfully announce that it will be opened aa a French and Engliah Boarding School on THURSDAY, Spthi bkr 2tiTH. The principal will have tho aid of a corps of THOROUGHLY QUALIFIKD Teaohcrs, and the peculiarly adapted loca tion presents attractions rarely found. For particulars and releroncos, circulars may be o tained by nddresing MISS LAMMOND, Metropolitan Hotel. Now York, until Sept. 2t. THIS IS SO IIUMBUU I BY FENDING 40 CENTS AND STAMP, with auo, hight, color of eyes and hair, you will receive, by return mail, a correct picture of your futuro husband or wife, with name and dateof marriaga. Addrcs, MINNIE CLIF TON, P. O. Drawer No. W. Fultonville. N. Y. IMl'KOVJfiU BUCKEYE CIDER MILL. rtiHIS PORTABLE MILL AND PRESS, for making CJDER and WINE, is tha moat serviceable and most saleable of any in the market. They arc strong, woll built, and de sirable. Address, WARDER. MITCHELL 4 CO.. Springfield, Ohio. CUMBERLAND ' INIVEKSITY, I.EUAXOX, TKXX. CINCE THE ADDITION OF LIKUT.GF.N. H A. P. Stewart and Prof. J. M. nflord to the Facultv. and the 'tablishment of a prepara tory school of the highest grado, nil the twelve chairs in the University aro filled so well that ita frii ndii would not exchange teachers with any other institution in America. Next ses sion opens firt Mondty in September. Voardiug. into $ per week. Tuition. Hi t :j per s"ainn. For catalogues, ad. !rt the President. REV. 11. W. JlcDoNNOLb, L.L. I)., l.ehannnTcnn. iToLLOCK INSTITUTE. A FIRST-CLASS I boanling school for boys, at Pitt.-r.eld, Mass. Jr nil term of 20 werha, begins October 4, 1ST. For particular., ad lres R KV. W. C. K i 'HARDS, Principal. Vr ANTED AGENTS TO SELL THE IT Ainrruan Household Book of Medicine, by Dr. J'lhn Jauca. Selli'ig rap'plly. I the latot and best. Also, " Tha American Hor,e and t'a'tie l).K-tr." by Prf. tieirge II. I'ad i, V. S. Ilavi: c an imtnene aale. Also, "The Odd Fellow's bucket Cfmpanion," indurae,! by Grand Lodges and selling hr the thou. anas. Address , K. W. CA HKOLL Jt CO., N'o.17 Ve Farth st-, C n'-innati. ' TG E R 'S F K M A 1. rfCo LT, Ki ,rKN Tl'-T, vand4'Jl Filth tnuo. New York. Re eppns Sept. lMh. For infi.ru'atin or eatA l.igues apply peionallv or by letter, at tha College. II. M. PI KRCK. L.L. D .We-t. WANTED-AGENTS. 'I'O INTRODUCE THE STAR SHUTTLE I Sewina Ma-'hine. an entirely new i::ven linn, ucl ke any other sewing tnach n. In the wurld. . Patented March 12. I-T. It u.- t tor-ad. ar t nuns the genuine L CK SIITCII. a'lke en both ji les, that will n-t rip or otiravrl. AM ohe- l-'W-rnceJ machine n-ake the CHAIN .-HTCH. It romhinee sim pl city, durability an i hrauty. is as larga aa other orst-clase machines, and will do every varietv of family aewit.g and tailoring la order to ir.tro'iu our new and Bovel machine aa rapidly aa poatihle, we rpoe to furatta them romplete with one rhuttle. extra bobins a lud act of nee.ilc. oil can, ecrew-driver. pvt'ora. ec, e'e , at tne low pti of fii. Fa b agent (uppliei with a eery ol Le'.Urt It"'ji. M. PFACn 4 CO.. Gen 'I Aci's. 2.4 Kuudsurct, near Mvl.i n. iiao.hi, laaa. ETC. GROCERIES & LIQUORS. T00F, PHILLIPS & CO., COTTOX FACTOItS, WHOLESALE GROCERS AND COMMISSION! MERCHANTS NO. 220 FRONT BT., MEMPHIS. jgo.s.Toor. niAfl.j. rtiiLi.trs. f.u.maiian? STRICT ATTENTION OIVFN Tfl THE STORAGE AND SALE OF COTTON, nil tn.lrii,li,,n. r Annl i n IT SAina striotlv obeyed. Our fanllities for the handling of Cotton are unsurpassed, nnu wu invue eateciai attention to this branch of our business, feeling assured of our ability to give entire satisfaction to all who may favor ua with Uieir patronage. All shipments covcrod by our Open 'Policy of Insurance, unless otherwise instruotad. Our itook of BAQGINO, ROPE, IRON-TIES and PLANTATION SUPPLIES generally, will always bo found full Bad com plete, and offered on as good terms at oan be had in this market. Thankful to our numerous patron for tho very liberal fnvora hitherto extended us, wa respectfully ask n continuance of tho samo, pledging every effort on our part to give satis faction by atriet attention1 to the wants and interest of our customers. SlaJorJ.J.BUSHY, Whose connection with our house still oontln lies, will be pleased to recoivo a call from his numerous friends when visiting the city. 5-16 TOOF. PHILLIPS A CO. LILLY BROS., No. 177 Mn In Street, KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND, FOR sale PURE NATIVE WINE (for Altnr nso): PURE COGNAC BRANDY. PORT AND SHERRY WINES (for medicinal iiao): SCOTCH ALE AND LONDON PORTER (en- CHOICE JAVA AND RT0 COFFEES s TKAS (all kinds, and of best Quality); SUGARS (all grades): FLOUR (best brands): CHOICE S. C. HAMS, BEEF TONGUES and DRIED BEEF; SOUTH CAROLINA RICE; FRESH OAT MEAL: GERMAN PRODUCE; , WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE AND TOMA TO CATSUP, by the gallon; CHOICE TABLE BUTTKR(weeklvahipments) BORDEN'S CONDENSED MILK (genuine); PURE SPICES, PICKLES. J ELLIKS, PRE SERVES, SAUCES. CANNED FRUITS, DRIED FRUITS. Italian MACCARONI. VERMICILLI. SAGO, etc, besidm a ea'e fullv aelocted stock of the pnreat and host GROCERIES AND FAMILY SUPPLIES in this market, which they offer at Lowest Hates lor Cash. All Family Supplies delivered FREE OF CHARGE. L1LLV BROS., 5-32 No. 177 Main Street FINNIE, BUCKHAin & CHAPMAN, 300 MAIN BTKKKT. HARRISON'S FLOUR of new Wheat; FRESH KK-N DRIED CORN MEAL; WHITE WINE VINEGAR; APPLE VINEGAR: DAVIS'JCANVASED HAMS; DAVIS' BREAKFAST BACON; DAVIS' DRIED BEEF; BKKK TONGUES; GOOD LARD : 1 BUTTER ON ICE: PINE APPLE CHEESE: PICKLES-good varioty-CHOW-CHOW; SELECT SPICES Mustards and Sauces; PRESERVES P'C Fruits, Jellies and Jams: SUGARS Granulated. Pulvorized, Powdered; GOOD COFFEE AND TEAS. OUR GOODS ARE FRESH, and selected with care adapted to city trade. FINNIE. BUCKIIAM A CHAPMAN. 5-41 300 Main Street. TO Till: TRADE. T WOULD CALL THE ATTENTION OF L the Merchants and Dealers in ALE A.D IAGKU BEER, to my SUPERIOR CjIIALITY of this bever age, which I oan furnish at any part of the oity or railroad depot, FREE OF CHARGE, hav ing made extensive summer arrangements in this branch of my huaincs. I would also call their attention to my m.ms biuun ot LIQUORS, consisting of pure Robinson County Whisky, Bourbon Whisky, Rve Whiaky, tngother with a complete stock of BAR STORES. JACOB STKINKUHL, 230 Third Street, S 32 Library Building, ncrth of Pnarnfljce. BATHINC. Great Memphis Swimming BATHING ESTABLISHMENT, Of WM. HUNTH0U8EH, Foot of Washington Street, MEMPHIS. TENN. T WOULD RESPECTFULLY INVITE THE 1 attention of the citisena of Memphis to tha fact that I have moored at the foot of Waah inton streot a newly, and in superior style fitted out. Bathing and Swimming Boat, which Inpen thia day for the uacnf visitorsin general. Arrangement have been made ao that one prrtof tha boat is fitted out .or the reception of Ladies nn'g, and the othor ptrt fnr gentlemen. Swimming Lessons given each day from 6 to 9 o'chflc a.m., and from 3 to S o'clock p.m. NO DANGER WHATEVER OF ACCIDENTS. LIST OF PEICE8: Season Tickets, for grown persons ..$15 on " " for children under ten,. - 7 50 SINGLE BATHS: In Private Boxes, inc. soap and towel,... $ 6ft In Publie Baain, w thout " ' ... ii Fnruseof Bathing Dress, soap and towel,- 25 Price of Swimming I.e-'ons, ench 1 00 im WV. nt'VT!tol'EV. rAHIIIOAHLi:. Xmc. Lelsc's Dancing Academy. MADAME LEISE, from New Orleara. will crnharDnnrirrA,'ndc'nyoniheTHIRD TDK&DAY IH SEPTEUbER, M tha AdMns lllok, on Second street. Days and hours of tuition, f r Children, on Tnc.lays and Saturdays from half pat thr-e o'clock p.m. till dusk : Lsdies from ten a.m. till twrlre o'clock m.; Geotlemea from light 01 ten o'ebick p.m. same iava. Terms reasonable. Unexceptionable refer ences. For particulars are circulars, which will be found at tha ll'ok Storvs. m-ti DASniELL & IIILLIAUD, Cotton Fsictors AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS Xo. 29C Front Street, MEM I'll IS, TEX.V. CTRICT ATTENTION GIVFV TO THE r sale ..f tnllON. and KEMITIANi LS made promptly. b-i REAL ESTATE LOTTERY. KECUND DRAWING. or TBC Southern Asylum Land Co. TO TAKE PLACE AT Hernando, Miss.. August, 1867. rpIIE FIRST DRAWING, WHICH TOOK 1 plaea on tha lith inslaat, was attended with unusual aucceaa. when it ll remembered that but a few weeka elapsed from tha Incep tion ot tha enterprtso to mat event, ai.oiu worth of tickets having been aold, a like amount of property was drawn for, under the supervision of gentlemen selected by the tiokut holders present. The utmost harmony and ennrl feeling iiervetled those nreeent. and. aa will be aeon from the subjoined certificate of tbe Managors, the affair was conducted to a close in a mostiratifyinf and satisfactory man ner! HKBgiUDo, Mifls., June 15, 1857. Wa hereby certify that tha above report of tha first drawing of tha Southern Asylum Is corroct, and that the proceedings were charac terised by a spirit of falrneas and Justness un surpassed by any drawing of which wa have any knowledge. Tbe Manager! of tha Compa ny plntind the tiokota and wheels under our aole management and control. rSignnil J. B Morgan, Robert Teinplo, V, A. Morriwethor, W. W. Campion, M. Mageveney. 1..I Committee. J. M. HALL, Clerk. The prises drawn on thia occasion numbered forty-Fcven, and comprised lo'a in the vicinity of Memphis, Tenn., Corinth, Miss,, and Her nando, Miss., dneda to which have been made to the lucky ticket-holders. For this, the sec ond drawing, however, we are able to oflor our patrons still more attractive indueomenta to interest themselves in our echeme. From a lengthy list of property, much of which haa already been advertised, wo select our max of prizes. Tho Pirat and Cnrltal Prise: Col. M. C. Gallaway's valuable rnaidenco, corner of Court and Third streets, Memphie, one block only from tha renter of the city, and in the vicinity of all the Federal, State and County offices. Lot S7S feet front by &i'A deep. Valued at $20,000. Beoond Frlret A cottago residence of ten moms, with lot 60 by 1W, in tbe city of Chicago, 111., only three qunrtora of a mile from the heart of the city, and within one blook of the street railroad intersecting every part of the oity. Valued at (a.rXIO, Third Frlie: One residence lot adieining the above property, 25 by 1C0 feet, very avail able for reaidonce and desirably located. Valued at $0. Fourth Friio: One residence lot adiolninir the above proporty, 26 by 100 sbet. Valued at $a00. Fifth Prise. One residence lot adiolnlnc above, also 25 by 100 feet. Valued at 10. Sixth Priie. A moat Talnable manufactur ing site, with a perpetual fall of 37 feet ol water, situated In Winaton county, Alabama, with 160 acres of land. Valued at (10,100. Bnventh Prlae. The Franklin Female In stituto at Holly Springs, Miss., handsome and well constructed school building, most eligiblv located. This ia very desirable prop erty. Valued at $8,0OJ. Eighth Friae. Lot No. 5 ia Ilay'g subdi vision, Memphis; aize 102 by 3T2 feet. A beau tiful building lot. Valued at $2,000. Ninth Price. Seventy-five and a half ooroe of woodland near Raloigh, Shelby county, Tennessee, distant from Momphis nine miles. This is very desirable, and an excellent prise. Valued at (2,000. Tenth Prize. Cottagcresldenoe, five rooms; lot 120 by 170 foot, on Borland avenue, near Memphis and Charleston railroad, near corpo ration line. Valued at (1,000. TICKETS $5 EACH. May be had of or ordered through any of tha Company's agents, at the Central Agency, Memphis, Tenn., or of Col. James Strain, Her nando, Miss. Stockholders, Directors and Officers, of te Company are prohibited from purchasing or holding tickets in any of the drawings. The Company is simply the media for the purchase and sale of real eatate between property holders and the general public. T. W. RKIM.Y JAS. IlEEADY, RE ILLY & UEEABY, Wholesale and Retail DEALERS IS GROCERIES AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES, y1 No. 1-43 1 MAIN STREET, COR. OF EXCHANGE, MEMPHIS, TKKN. HARRISON FLOUR akd WHIT TAKER'S 8. C. HAMS Always on hand. 1.19 5 f.2 GE011GIA STATE LOTTERY For the Benefit of the Masoric Orphans' Home. W. W. BOYD, Deputy Grand Huter, f rincipal Manager, Established by A et of Legislature of Georgia, passed lieccmber 1 1. 1-itVi. The whole profits devoted to the relief of the WIDOWS AXI OIU'HAXS. SINGLE NUMRER SCHEME. Or Royal Havana. DRAWN MONTHLY. I'rizcs payable without Diwcount COMBINATION, Or Three Number Scheme. DRAWN DAILY. Iriicc-a CSOUU to 1 OO. Single Tickets $1 00. Packages (X 00. Diaoount oa Prises IS per cent, SUPPLEMENTARY SCHEME. Drawn Daily. Numbers Selected by Purchaser. Prises, according to amount, Paid No IJisconnt on I'rlaen. "All T rises Cashed at this office. FAY Jt CHANDLER, 27 Main street. ) 16 JcTeracn a'reet, KeyBoi 27 P. O,) ' Memphis General Agents, Tennessee. N. B. The public are reapec'ul'y invited to rail on tbe tveoeral Agenta for Tenneeaee at their olhoes as above, where thv will receive fnlCparticulars respecting this noble chanty. TOTICK.-AT THE FEPTF.VBKR TERM of tbe CoantrConrt of rh,lli ennnty. I will apHy to be appoin'cd rnard aa of Beverly M.. V liter D.. aodSa!iC. S" hca-nii. law-154 . JLtTLI'UENSON. rsrawi TO INTINC. GOOD WORK-CASH PRICES I Punctuality Before All Things! WHITM0RE & 00.. Proprietors' of THE PUBLIC LEDGER STEAM JOB PRINTING HOUSE No. 13 Madison Street. HAVING NOW IN FULL AND COM plete oporatioi the Book and Job Deoartments of this EXTENSIVE ESTABLISHMENT, wa take this mode of calling the attention of our patrons nnd friends, and the puklio gene rally, to our NEW Steam ArraDKomontH. Thh office it now the ' LARGEST And Best Appointed IN THE SOUTHWEST, ind fully equal to any in the East oa regards ,a r. i ; . ; r.. ........ i i.; . r . variety and is any color. AH Kinds of Work Executed, Either In Plain or Ornamental Typa, Plalu Black, Colored Inks, GOLD LEAF AND BRONZES, ' In every manner known to the profession ,t noma ana aoroau t BOOKSTAND PAMPIT LETS Printed wlthlnow type lateatstyles, Oraamental. Plain and Fancy Steamboat Printing In a manner unsurpassable. INVITATION OAHUH BAIiL TICKETS, ' Illuminated with the latest ornamental and bull reoin aoenea. CONSTITUTIONS Printed in elegant style. Our. large 'assortment of type for SHOW BILLS AND POSTERS la not excelled In the United Statea. LAEGE PICTORIALS Can be aa readily and oheaply done at this office as they are in the Kaat, and in as llANUSOMK HTYLM,' We have lu our office the Now in use, togother with STEA.M JOBBERS, Whioh enable! ni to print CAUD3 AND BILlnEADS WITH GREAT CELERITY. We hsvee SPLKNDID ASSORTMENT of small I'lain and fancy Jeb Letters, auilabfa for FINE W O It li. Business Cards and Circulars In the Best Style, with suitable engrav ing! representing business. II I P L b JI A H , For Schools and College!, Print Equal to Copperplate. Particular atteotioa given to Mllltarj and Eallroad Printing. HhANK IIOOKH, With printed heeds, together with ery kind of r'lain and fsacr Work, done with dispatch. WIIITMOIIE Ac CO., No. 13;Mad;on atreeL FALL RACES. IYIEIYIPHIS It FALL MEETING, 1867. 'PUR FALL MEETING OVER THIS X Course will commence on the ITIraat Monday In Nov'br AI ' c;ONTIjtCE SIX DAYS. FIRST I ) VY, FIRST nCIS-"NURSKRY STAKE." M'e, the .ubscribers. agreo to run a Sweepstake llaoe ovor the Meiuphi Association Course, at the Vail .Mooting, lsi',7, wilh Coli.1 and Fillies, two year, old, one milo dosk, i-i suhsrrlption. play or puy: the Association to odd 100. Three or more to till the stake, to name and close on the 16th September, 1W7. SECOND RACE "GREEN STAKE." Mile heats, for untried three-year olds, $.111 en trance, play or ray. Association to givol-til'. Threoor moretolill the stake, to name and close on the 15th September, 1867. HKCONU DAY. FIRST RACE OAY0SO HOUSE STAKE. Mile brats for all nges, f.10 entrance, (inyoso House to add $4UU. Throe or uiuro to fill the stake. SECOND RACE-Twomlledasb. Purse$3(. Free for all ages. Entrance t'JX T1IIKU UAY. FIRST RACE "CITIZENS' PURSE." Two mile heats. Free for all ages. Purse $M!0. Entrance $40. SECOND RACE-Three milo dash, for all agos, $.50 entranoe. Three or more to start. Association to add $fi00. focond horse to save his entrance money. , FOUKTH DAY. FIRST RACE OVERTON HOTEL STAKE. Mile heats, for hnrsfs owned in fcihel by coun ty, September 1, 1W17. Entrnnee $ play or pay. Overton Hotel to add $4s). Three or more to fill, to name and close lith Bepteni her. 1847. SECOND RACE" BANKERS' PITRSE." Three mile heats, for all agos. Purso $1000. Entrance $:0. Throe or more to fill. En trance money to (o to the second horse. nii'TH DAY. THE SOUTHERN AND WESTERN TURF CONGRESS STAKE Four milo heats, sub ject to the regulations whieh the committee appointed by tho Turf Congress may adopt. The Memphis Association to add HOW. SIXTH DAY. FIRST RACE SALOON STAKE. Mile heats, three best in five. Free for all ages. Purse $500. Entrance $35. Second horse to got the entrance money. SECOND RACE-CONSOLATION STAKE. Milehents, for beaten hones that have been run at this meeting. Entrance $20. Purse $.j00. Th' Pool Heller to add $1110. Horses to be handicapped by a oommiUoe appointed by the President. W. B. FORREST, Presidont. J. E. EDMONSON, Sco'y. J. W. MEGIBBEN, Treai'r. 1 W-1 5.1 PROFESSIONAL. DR. JOE. E. LYNCH, Office, 851 Main Slreet, Bet. Union and Gayo.o. MEMPHIS, TENN. Office Houra: 9 to 12 A. M., and 2 to 4 P. M. -7 MRS. BRO"VN, WIFE OF THE CELK brated Dr. Krown, af New York, ond f.r many years associate practitioner of moiicine with him, has opened an office at No. 3.1 Mun roo atreet botween Main and Second, where she is propared to treat alt forms of disease, and especially those peculiar to women ond children. A thorough and oarelul study with large experience qualify her for treating judi ciously the ever varying forms of disoafe to which humanity is heir, particularly those dis eases to which females are subject, may bo submitted to her with tho fullest confidence in her capacity to troatlliem successfully. Tes timonials from physicians of the highest char acter entitle her to the confidence of the suf fering. Liinribio nurses may do naa by inquiring 01 the above. ."-7 SPECTACLES, SPECTACLES ! HAVING received a fine nssortmont of Australian, Uraiilian and Scotch Pebble Specks, I invit tha citizens ef Memphis and surrounding country to come and examine my stock. II living had many yenrs experience as an Opti cian. I flatter myself to suit any one in need of glasses. All goods warranted. J. OUMBINQEB, No. 21V4 Main street. Under tha orsham House, T" Certificates of prominent Physi cians nnd citizens of Memphis who have examined and used my Pebblos can. be seen at my store. 11 J. FL.AIIEUTY, wim 0. D. FLARRRTT. T. WKSCH. FL1UEKTT fc WESCIIE, Manufacturers and Dealers in rUKNITURE. "If ANUFACTURE ALL KINDS OF FUR ijl aiturefor the Trade at their Factory on VANCE STREET. Keep on haad a large as sortment of Furniture, and at rca&onuble rates. ALSO, General Umlertalf era And Dealers in METALLIC AND WOODEN COFFINS. ir Prompt attention paid to Undertaking at all times. NO. 37 UNION STHKKT, S M MEMPHIS. TENN. JOS. S. LEVETT & CO., IVo. 33(5, Corner Main and Union Streets, JECEIVE WEEKLY SUPPLIES OF BOOTS, SHOES, MITERS IRQ SLIPPERS, to which they invite the attention of buyers. At Retail and by tba Cnae. ar Dnnt think yon aave seen tha Market aatil yon have examined their sto-k. S- TRANSPORTATION. Cltttnyo ol iSchcdulo MEMPHIS AND OHIO RAILROAD.) (Jkal Hifi'amMTKNiiKNT'a (ifftrK, Memidiis, Tenn,, July), IHtU. ) rpRAINS WILL LEAVE TI1H WEPOT OF 1 this Company, at the hen1 of Main stroet, until further notioe aa follow, t Louisville and Nashville Express Lkays E?rt Day, at 4 p.m., Making close connection at Louisville with fast K.xpress Train, on Jeffnrsonvilla railroad for all Eastern cities, and with United Stale. Mall ateuiuer. for Cincinnati nnd all citie. North and East, and i. tbe SHORTEST AND (tuIckeHt Koule lo Nashville. NIGHT EXPRESS, Evert Nioht (Eicipt Satdkdat) at 11 p.m.. Making close cannectlon with Mobile and Ohio railroad at Humboldt, and with Illinois Cen tral railroad for St. Louis, Chiougo, St. Paul, and all points North, Wost and East, and at Luaisville with Jeflersonvillo railr.ad for all Northern and Eastern Citie.. CAES CO THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE. MAGNIFICENT SLEEPING CARS on all Night Trains, Dagg.itre checked through to all important places. Persons holding through ticket, oan stop over at any point and rotume journey at pleasure. a-Through tickets and all Information can be obtained at Ticket OQice, ';i?S Main Mrect, and at depot. SAM. If. JONES, 6-5 flenoral Superintendent. Excursion to Mammoth Cave. rpWO DAILY TRAINS LEAVE THE DE I ot of the Memphis and Louisville mil read, head of Main street, as follows; 4 p.m. and 11 p.m., running through to CaveiCity without change of cars. Excursion Tickets from Memphis to Mammoth Cave and return at Roduced Kate. Fare round trip, ta Cave and return... 8:'.0 75 each Parties of fifteen or more Dt 75 each Partie. of twenty-five or more, 10 70ach For through tckets and all Information, call at Ticket Oflio., No. WH Main street. SAM. II. JONES, Ocnorn! Pnpcrint-ndenf. MECHANICAL. A. O. SIIULTZ, PRACTICAL LOCKSMITH Safe Maker, MiU'biniHt, AND General Iron Worker, 119 Jeficrson Htreet, Bet. Third and Fourth, Memphis, Tenn. T0CKS, SAFES, IRON SHUTTERS AND J Railingsnf evory description manufactured to order. Safes repaired in workmnnlike man nor. Dell, hung and any kind of house work dene. Ml R-21 JOSEPH. FLANNKBY, PEA0TI0AL PLUMBER, das and Steam Pipe Fitter, S3 .TelTerKon St., MEMPHIS,- - - TEXJ?. KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A WELL SELECTED STOCK OF IRON AND BRASS LIFT AND FORCE PIMPS. m 5-4 T . S . JUKES, TIX, COPPEK AMD HHKKT.IKON WOBKKU, Cotton Brands! and Stencil Plates Cut. TJOOFINOj OUTTERTNG AND (1ENE J V ral Job ork promptly executed and war runted. Also, sole manufacturer of JUKES' RAILROAD CAN, the best Can now made for shipping oils, eto. Used by the principal Iiruggiets in the city, and give universal satisfaction. T. S. JUKES. ?3 Socmd stret. Memphis. MACHINERY. PERKINS, LIVINGSTON" & POST, MANUFACTURERS OF AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF ITI11 III III All AND A QEXIEAL A?fiORTHS.VT Of HEAVY AAD SIJELF HARDWARE, MACHINISTS' TOOLS, IJELTING, lVA-CKIIS'O, Horse Powers, Elc, Eio. HOLE AU1CNTS STRAUC'S CORN MILLS, E. CARVER CO.'S COTTON GINS. INO ERSAL'3 PORTABLE COTTON PRESSES, LANE A BODLEY'S SAW MILLS, WOOD k MANN'S PORTABLE ENGINES. :iIH 3Xutu Street, MUMl'lIIS, 1:4-5-47 ARROW COTTON TIES. ORGILL BROS, k CO., Sole Arcdu in Memphis, OfLLETT'S STKEL BRl'SH COTTON (JINS Price lJ ir Siw. ir.T-.ri.iHlT r.-h. OltiilL:, LKO. C-. Sole Agents ia .Meuiphia. MARVIN & CO.'S PPEATLY OKI, Knit s TED KI K K aanBVR'sl.AR 1'R'sif FK, fr Bu.ino lloo.es tri ',aker : als-. I'AH LOR or PLATE SAFFS. at Mannia-tnre s Prices. OR'HLL BROS. t''., Sole Agents in Memphis. 1800 BOXES FRENCn WINDOW (.LASS. Imported direct and t-r sle t v i- ORtilLL LROS. A CO.