Ltna Culuuttt at 7f cttrita a, hum ur tuoDtK
4 tiJ.L K Clt A l'KV'(M hTHOI)IX)i CUR.
J ildrninulo itiu Linden itrttti.
KIGUH 4 1'h'I'K KKON, COAL DEALERS,
I KlllN. W. j PAINTER. LKSSONS
I iii bruwltiir fwiifpr unil oil eolurm at
lu,i. NMriUCiic. Aildrt)-i.l & au'Ihii m.
1AYCK. M. 0. 4 CO.. AUCTI0MKKK8,
n ikii I'lUi'U ANDKRHON. ATTOK-
n.va-a-l.nw. Sul.len AlutlulllS, l.ajHBUi.un
trct. Mi-riif liiJ, Tniij-
YaLVARV CHfKClI (KPISCOPAIA COR.
y Second and Adama .. Rev. Dr. hito.
iK n THAI' M KTIIODI ST" CHI! RCH. 17V
y fletnii atreet.. nev. J. a. v. innum. i.hft.
ClIIKlSTl A Uliunm. -juii. wkuhj
mi. I Mulberry street. Hot. Dr. Cakoy.
ATIOS AL UNION CHURCH,
Union atreet, bet. Third end Deoto.
inM.iu L'iTiTinw ii v v ii' M i,"r II iTlt A.
y ELITE. eor.Peeond and Monroe its.
lUMBIKIiANU P It K8 1I YTKKIAN
J Church, Court at., bet. Second and Third.
TckTnson. j. w. a bro. cotton
Fnctorn.il II' front street.
H'lMGOOLK 4 CO., DRUGGISTS. KTC,
X'H Main atreet. bet. Gavoan and MoCall.
.UNCAN. ROBERT P., ATTOllN BY AT
J.sw, no. io v 011 uoun aireoi
ILSON HliaS., DRY UOODS, CLUl'lHNU,
Jl J etc., (iiHin e'reei,.
I"?MMT BAY IN (J INSTITUTION, NO. 7
l Madison St.. Thus. ri.her. Pres't. tranascU
I General Pankini llusincaa. 1l'1--2i
lNMK, HITKHAM A Oil Al'MAN. URO-
.T com, XIM Mnin ntrcot. '
llSHKkrAMIs" CO.. M.ARBLK AND
X Stone Works, cor. 2.1 and Ailamsats.
P" UH.S1' METHODIST CIlURCli. SECOND
strjet. near ''t,,,,Jj: , : ; l
TMRST H A PT 1 ST Cll U 1ICH , , 8 KCON D
h nrr AHarnd. ReT. A. R Miller.
I Mji ST TkKKH Y T K It I AN Cll U RCll.COR.
TjMjA II BRTY A WKSCIIK. KURN1TURK
JP nd llndertltlnir. No, Union trrrt.
A N NK RY7 ;: J 08 KPI1 . PR ACTIO A C
J'' Plumber. Hal and Steam Pip Fitter, SJ
Way"c)so "pavings inktitutFon,
JT EiuiVinit Uonio, la Maoiwm ilrfot, K. M.
Arery. CinUier.lojm (:bnier. l'retO.
Woodman, jos.. iTkalkr in watcu-
(1 w, i;iuem. rto., r.i main nrro
7TraV:k ciiUKCii (bpiscopau niiii-
J lljin.IO rin'fili)l. r'.nniMtn ani t ,
?WVmMF:RTXrK AuR"iNlsi'EC'i A-
J ee, 2I7K Main Hreot.
H" K UNA NI0 INSUHANCK COMPANY.
1 TM .1 i Klin at. . P. B. Wil I i in on. JreiJ,
H" 0 LLKN B VA (I. B. A.-MEMPliiS DYK
ini KutaliliilnnoBt, 2.'i0 Second itrcot, and
212 Bel nter. 51
font oWashiniton treU
TNPr rTn ck7-lindsky" a vrf.dkn-
I BH W . A jfentn. U M aHinn Street. I .W
1 VK KSrT s.. TIN, COPPER AND SUEKT
Iron Workr.2R3 Second itroet,
Tr R ADS CO'.'. DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
jV etn , gia Mnin utreet noar cor, of Aaaini.
T"aMU. R, W. A CO., PTOHAGE SlllRI),
J jm.rri" A iMdi eteet ard C'burlfKton avenue.
VTLV.YliR0O)EALKRS IN GR0CKRIK3
I ; and Itiqiinm. i'i iYiin nrrooi
TTf I.KTON A CO., INSURANCE AG'TS,
j tz ivinnifion aireer.
-.-.irZ-. TT. .. tii ni.vullH A XT A W T lJITU
l icon, 3M Main Mrect. uy ntaira.
ADAMK ANNA, FORTUNE-TELLER,
J0. n-l, ,ayoo sireei.
ADAM 8 LKISE'8 DANCING SCHOOL,
in Aiinma niooa. peooo.i pmw..
"EMPI1IS A OHIO RAILROAD DEPOT,
heart oi main (trcei.
M- 1LES4 STODDARD, AUCTIONEERS,
tonthweot eorner JVIalnjand Gnyonn tn.
Tl f ONRARRAT A" CO.," AUCTIONEERS.
il TitlH HlorK
MUSIC, PIANOB. CABIN KT OKGAISB.
Musical InntrumenU and Musical Mor
ehandiae, at F. K atienboch'.317 Mainjit.
OORR A WRST, INSURANCE AG'TS,
IN, W, ror. iVlllHl Itlt'l mum rum
IJAOITER. H. B., DEALER IN PITTS-
i burgeoai, oi. iw7 m-.iu
l )A1K, R. If., DRUGGIST. 73 CORNER
I Third ami P..Uir tr'.'. . .
IAINT STORK. PA1 NTKKS MATKrvl-
1 1 A i" I Vill ai - -
ttl. McDonald A Cole. H Monroe at.
I Kit K I N S t l V I N ( J STON A POST. DEAL-
fr in iMarhinery, em., iwmn Btrcm.
OSfOKFtCR, COR. .IEFFKRSON AND
.it. it . i L' l.' A r, V Til? A T17U9 TW fVn.
i, oerica and Plantation Supplies, 14.1 Wain.
1)0BERTS0N A CARTER. COTTON FAC
IV tora and Commisiion MorclianU, No. Y'i
X'ri'vm atreet, rornn 2ti, Lee Block. - 3-t
OYSTER, TRK7.EVANT- A CO., Auc
tioneers, Zil, Scconn atraet.
HUSSELL, GROVE ACO..GAYOSO 1'bA
ning Mill. 212 Adami atre .t, euet of the
liOllSII A CUNNINGHAM,' BLACK
JV amilliin and Watton-niakinir. eor. Mon
roe and naaotn sirecra.
OHULTZ, A. 0.. LOCKSMITH. SAFE MA-
ker. eto lltlJeffenionatroet.
E IX KlTjlL, JACOB, DEALER IN ALE,
D lleer and Linuora. 2X11 Third atreet.
Uf AN A" FOUT E. A TTO RN E YS-AT-LAW,
O Desoto Block, Mndion atrcot.
CT R AT NM A N'8 SV I M M I N O SCHOOL,
O font of Union atrcot. .
CTTCEB. ANDERSON A CO., GROCERS,
t No. 412 Main atrect. '
CJECON D ' PRESBYTERIAN "cilURCIl".
ITI cor. Main and final atreet",
Cf.'M ARY'S GERMAN Cff iTlTCIl (CATH
OLIC). cor. Mrkeaiidjrhiril atrccta.
ef."QZA KUrf I'll IT RCH (Ki-ISCOPAL),
f" Madison atrcot, Leat of Third.
lf. MAriY'S'cTjlURdf (EPISCOPAL),
Poidar atrnet, near Alabama.
CTTpATRfCK'S CliUKCIl (CATHOLIC),
n corner Lin'len and Deaoto atreota.
UT. V KTE ll'S CHURCH (CATHOLIC), CO R.
O A.laniAnd Third atrceta,
'ENNE8SEB STATE MUTUAL FIRE
aurani e Co.. office in Odd Fellnwa' Build I.
. rrooF, pinLLfPS A on., cotton fac-
tr inn " noieane urocera, iairniiufi.
ri'ODACCO AND C1GAHS-A LARGE AND
1 auprnorat ck at Thurmond, FostorACo. i.
T.t' t'ccoT i-la, 7 Monroe atreet.
IfAN VOAST, G. W.. LOTTERY AGENT.
No. 20 Jeflera. n atreet. .
i Ten able 's s a w milLTwole' river,
V north ol BaToit Gayoao.
HITMORK A CO., STEAM JOB PRIN
tera 1.1 Mi,'lioe -trcet.
T. W. BS1LLT. JAS. BBEAPT. ft
niriii.v nrianY. F
"WholefRle and Retail pstj
DEALERS IX GROCERIES A
PLANTATION SIPH-IKS, g
IVrt. 1411 J
MAIN STREET, COR. OF EXCHANGE, (1
MEMPHIB. TiKK. Q
HARBISON FLOUR axu WHIT-
TAKERS 8. C. HAMS mm
Alwaya un band. i
A OPEX I)ECLART10. OF WAR!
riMIE UNDERSIGNED KNOWING THAT
I he i ri-ht, and I'evlinc unwilliuv to surren
der wiO.i.ut a
kai drrlared V AR aeainat the many diaeaea
ot the akin. The T.iln, le rroi etica of hi
8..apcn.tiiute A f-OVKRElGN REMEDY
thut ia veil kaoen rn maay of the rii.iena
(,i thia place: end which ahould be beitw
kr nwn. Tcnderini h'i th.nka to hi former
eu-i'.irn-ra lor their a'rnace, be takea Um
in, thwl. therefore. t a dicit a r.,ntinuance of
the ame fmin the public icncrally.
). to Mr)iarr and there you'll fird
The flne-t "i end the eher'at kind;
l.u ure io c.uic aaJ that rery mq,
t.r dirt and filth fcill be yeur doom I
- F t t. all rfKrubl DnciiU aad
l,s V. V. MeUIMhtY.
,' By ) AVliUiuore , A Co.
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EVERY AFTEKNOON. EXCEPT SUNDAY.
. , i - .
E. WHITRIORE, F. . TYLER & J. T. PRATT.
: . i .' - Under the firm nam! of
WIIITJIORE Ac CO.,
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No. 13 Madison Street, .
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ben by faithful carrier! at FIFTEEN CENTS
er week, iaynbln weekly to the carrier.-.. .
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month., $-1; three months, i2; on month, 7o
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tereat to the public are at all liinna eeoeiitnhlo.
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enrdine to the ir ai'k oieupiwl, at nbovo ratca
then being twelve lines of aolid type to the
Noticea In local column inaerted fur twenty
cent per line for each inaertion.
Special Noticea inaerted for ton cent! per lino
for each insertion.
To regular advertiaera w ofTor superior in
ducement, both a to mto of uharcen and man
ner of diaplayinir their favor.
All advortiaemcnt should be marked the
apeuifio lontrth of time they are to be pibliahod.
If not an markod, they will be inserted fur ono
month and chanted accordingly.
Advertiaemcntii nubliahud at interralaTvill be
charged One Dollar per iquare fur each inser
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otherwiae, mutt be ad.lreaaed to i - ;
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1 Publlhcr nnd Pmprlctnr..
BQa, Over fifty agricultural fairs are
now ia progrcm.
' B. Gen. Schenck is Wade's compet
itor for the Ohio Senatorship.
BflL. Boucicault liaa written a
play title not yet made public.
ffX It ia said that in case of a rovolt
in Rome the Pope will fly to Civita, Vcc
chin. fids' The pnrdon of Alexander II.
Stephens has not been signed by the
SQy In Paris, dnring the month of
Anetiflt, the receipts of tho various
places of amusement were $349, 2G1.
JSBTho oldest registered voter in
Jaokann rrmn'y, Mis?., is a nrsro .lOfi
yenrs old. He is a Radical and an old
The Virginia papers report heavy
froBts in different sections of that State.
It Is feared the tobacco crop has been
BtaS" The house at St. Helena, once
occupied by Napoleon I., is now a sta
ble. The French people are indignant
Ka5"" However great great men may be,
whether known or unknown, fortunate or
bnfortunate in their attempts, they all
have littlenesses that connect them with
l, Mrs. Annie E. Kirby, on trial for
murder of her husband at Richmond,
has been convicted and sentenced to
B. An assistant in the chemical la
boratory of St. Thomas IlospitaJ, Lon
don, has been dismissed forcookiig and
eating a piece of human flesh cat from
a dead bodv.
lay Ihey have a queer idea ol pro
libition" in Vienna. Tho police recent
ly threatened a lager beer suller to line
him heavily if he did not increasa the
size of his glasses.
8U The temperance movement, it is
announced, has, during the past twenty
five years, enrolled 1,500,000 members,
and itssocioties now have 200,000 active
members in North America,
tdr The new suspension bridge at
Niagara Falls is to be rapidly pushed to
completion. The towers will be 105
feet high, the span 1250 feet, and the
bight above the water 175 feet.
Hi? There are three hundred and
sixty five reigning princes in Japan be
sides the Emperor. Ono for every dsy
in the year, with the Emporor thrown in
to make it all right in " leap year."
$. Some of tho farmers of Alabama,
we st'c it stated, nave aircaay sent u
agent for four hundred Germans, and
will have tkera comfortably provided for
in ample time. That looks like busi
ness. Icy" An exchange exclaims: The
Americans are justly called the moil
inventive people in the world. They
hav made a hero out of Sheridan. The
Greeks or the Romans would never have
thought of il. Perhaps not even the
WU In Providence, R. I., t.OOO
worth of United States bondi were itolen
from the cashier's desk, on Tuesday
morning. Other banks io the city were
visited, the same day, by suspicious
looking persons, but their officers were
too vigilant for the rogues.
BcJ" The Parisians who are of a sport
ing tarn of mind, are buajing them
selves with Anjrricsn affairs, and it is
slated that two stock brokers bive
wagered 11(10,000 that General Grant
will or will hut !e "Emperor of the
TnileJ Stiles" within five jear
MEMrillS. c TENNESSK
Feelings of a Trllow I.vir FatUnt.
The New Orleans Bulhtin says the
following was written by a yellow lever
patient on the fifth day after being taken
sick. The labor of writing it caused a
relapse, which came very near costing
his life : '
The writer of this has had a glimpo
of purgatory, and the way it came to
fiass was thia : Tuesday morning, " Vcl
ow Jack," so callod, introduced himself
unceremoniously and at once proceeded
fo break every bone in this poor subject's
body. He was loft helplsss and pros
trated. Now appeared an army of little
devils, whr commenced prowling, prod
ding and digging to satisfy themselves
that not u bono was left unbroken. Hut
in spito of all the devils, the skull re
mained nnbrokeii. They made a detail
to keep continually beating the subject
on tho top of the head and downward
toward tho neck. Then they had a kind
of Greek lire, which, at regular Inter
vals, they poured down the spine of the
Having arranged all the.i prelimina
ries, they ot course thought they had him
dcaiL Now they commenced a curious
game : all would whirl around, then stop
all of a sudden and play with some
strange devices, that wore not cards or
dice, yet some of the sort, Tho subjoct
watched this game with intense iuterest,
so much so- that he almost forgot his
broken hones and unhinged joints. Thus,
bis mind and his spirits and the game
went spinning along together till nhout
dark, when a servant entered and aski.'d
if the subject whs sick. He rather
thought he was.
A delegat ion of neighbors now crowded
around the bed to learn how the sick man
felL He endeavored to briefly convey
some idea of his feelings. One of those
present asked if he would Uke a prepara
tion to check the fever. He answered he
might, provided it was neither calomel
nor quinine. No, it was a boma'patliie
remedy. 1 Well, the subject had no
objection. Soon after a physician made
his appearance, looked ralher serious,
gave bis instructions, and told the subject
to quench his thirst with almost any
decent drink. Now he happened to be
always thirsty, tried citrate of magnesia
for awhile but soon grew disgusted with
it, then tried lemonade, but with no
belter success. The novel idea struck
him to try pure cold water, and it turned
out to be exactly the thing.
The physician continued his visits, and
woald announce from day to day, with a
curious air, that the patient was better.
In the meantime, when not interrupted,
the subject and the spirits and the curi
ous game played by the latter, went
swimming along together as much so as
on the first day, but gradually the host
grew smaller; some of the spirits seemed
to have urgent business elsewhere, others
lagged, and all that ran around grew
more and more careless. But just in
exact proportion, the subject grew more
and more " powerful weak." Thursday
morning b w a!!-powerfi:!!y weak;
the Bpirits had all left but two, one rested
on each eyelid. With a kick and a snort
the subject flung back the bed cover,
landed on the floor, and said, "I ain't
With the assistance of a nurse, of
whose existence the subject now became
aware, he found his way back to bed
again. Friday morning he found him
self so powerfully weak that he did not
feel able to raise a finger. The doctor
came and looked rather more pleasant
than nsuol; said that everybody had
expected tht subject to die, but, con
tinued he, "You are not going to die;
you'll be out in a few days."
A brilliant idea struck the subject, nnd
summoning all his strength, lie rinsed
himself on his haunches, and told the
doctor he would liko to have something
to eat. The doctor suggested that the
subject might drink a cup of coffee with
boiled milk. Would a duck swim ? The
coffee was well mado and drank, and
tho patient gained Strength enongh to
attempt to write this, which bo mauaged
to do by eight hours' hard work, lying
on his back, and holding his pencil in
one hand and his paper in the other.
And the patient still lives.
The Pan Anglican Synod.
The Pan-Anglican Synod, as iL has
been rather idly termed, is certainly in
one rcsncct an interesting assembly. It
illustrates the remarkable manner in
which tho English Church has been re
cently copied in communities of English
descent The Bishop of Loaisiana, in
the address wo reported yesterday, ob
served that before the Declaration of
Independence there was not a single An
glican bishop on the American continent.
He has discovered, indeed, this omission
was tho chief cause of the success of the
United States in their revolt from our
allegiance. If this be a tradition of
American episcopacy, it must be re
garded, we fear, as another instance of
the "unhistorical" character of theolo
gians. It is to be hoped this is not un
Instance of the way in which history has
been manufactured by religious writers.
However, the fact remains, that within
a century there was not a single Angli
can bishop beyond these realms. There
are now no less than forty-three bishops
of the Protestant Episcopal Church in
the United States, deriving iheirsucces
sion from our own bishops, and as many
as forty-eight bishops in our colonies
A certain class of churchmen has had
quite a passion of late years lor export
ing bishops from the mother country.
Some of these have taken root Some
have found the climate uogenial, and
have either died out or are lingering
through a hopeless stage of decline.
What may be the result with ihese forty
eight bishops remains to be seen. How
evr, there tbey are a little copy of the
Church of England, sent ont from home,
like an iron church, "to be put together
on the spot" The result is, that thia
episcopate now outnumber! our own.
What remaini, then, to justify all
thia apparatus of special servicei and
private prayen issued by archepiacopal
authority, and the ambition! title of a
Pan-Anglican Synod T Nothing, it
see ins, but a few dettili of diocesan
arrangements for which, after all, the
asembly is not competent There is,
it is true, another purpose much spoken
of by the promoter of the Synod. It il
the reunion of Christendom and the
furtherance of intercommunion." It
is biri to se what the Synod is
to c"nthnte towH this object The
motl'r and the dsoghten retaia their
affection for each ether, bat it ii ot ap
parent Low the ipectacle of domestic
affection can be regarded ai any sign of
genera! friendship. The family may be
very happily ont'J at hom without
bating made any advance toward a
3 t v l
LeTW ' '.
1 A V A
IaAIUjihi it t;nu;iiiAATio..
L, WE I WES I) A Y EVENING. OCTOBER 0.
union with other families. The truth is
that here again the Synod has debarred
itself from tho only subject which would
advance its purpose, Christendom was
divided originaliy by differences of doc
trine, and if it is to bo again united it
must be by again receiving a substantial
unity of doctrine.
This is the point to which all endeuvors
are and must bo directed. We cannot
htitfeol some curiosity, therefore, whether
or no the bishops feel quito satisfied
with its hands tied. It ia to promote the
unity of tho fitith without considering a
singln point of fuith, and it is to promote
reunion without touching the real causes
of disunion. Irreverent persons might
deem it a schenio for doing good
to tho world by looking solemn, just
ns the outward semblance of solem
nity is supposed to have a good
effect on tittle, chiMroii. Is such a
spectacle edifying? Might not the
bishops havo done more for their objoct
if, according to their first resolution,
they lid, " each for himself," given all
their energies Io promote tho better
understanding of tho faith in their own
diotcsoY The days aro gone by for the
mere show of authority Io maiutaiu the
most respectable system in tho world.
The only support for a church in these
timei lies in "manifestation of the
truth," and that is a task which the
Synod has been compelled to decline.
London Times, Kepi. 17.
Sketches in Holland.
A writer in the Pell Malt Gazelle
sketches very pleasautly some peculiari
ties of Dutch scenery and manners. We
make a few quotations:
THS OHD1TT OK HOLLAND.
Everything in Holland is interesting,
and almost everything is queer. There
is a piquant oddity iu the artificial na
ture of the whole country; the sandy
soil, which is a triumph of patient inge
nuity and creative skill ; the wind pitted
against the water to keep the land from
flooding; the canals instead of roads;
the ditches instead of hedges; and the
unvarying level of the broad flats, there
being no such thing as a rising ground
fifty feet high from one end of Holland
to the other. Perhaps nothing strikes
the English traveler in Holland so much
as the want of stones. You cannot find
so much as a pebble to throw at a dog
if, indeed, tbe Dutch dogs were not too
well behaved (which they are) ever to
suggest such on outrage. You do, it is
true, see in their proper places vast
masses of granite and largo blocks of
basalt; but all theso come from Norway,
and are brought here at great expense ;
and are economized as elsewhere people
economize porphyry and marble. In fact,
stones in Ilullatid ure as much an article
of import, of foreign merchandize, of
purchase, as wine is in England. Count
less vessels arrive, or have arrived, here,
laden with no other cargo.
THB DUTCH CITIES A CONTRAST.
Utrecht, Leyden, Haarlem, have an
aspect at once riant, venerable and com
fortable, which offers a singular combi
nation. The Hague looks like wealth
and luxury embodied ; probably it would
be impossible to find iu any part of the
wot Id a city which gives to the eye of a
stranger so vivid an impression of estab
lished, assured, habitual affluence of
quiet, refined, perhaps somewhat lazy
and sleepy enjoyment of life. Amster
dam has often been compared to Venice ;
but no two cities, with so many striking
points of resemblance, were ever so
strikingly unlike. Both rose by commerce
and have been as princes nnd mon
archs in the commercial world; both
are built on piles; both stand on what
nature intended to ue se or marsn; in
both tho streeis aro waterways; both.
alns. stink horribly iu August. But
Venice is of the past, Amsterdam of the
present ; V cnice is clad in gloomy black,
Amsterdam glitters in tho gayest colors ;
tho marble palaces oi Venice aro mi
nressivo with the solemn " vesture of
decay ;" tho docks and warehouses of
Amsterdam are enlivening from the
spirit of restless enterprise which they
embody ; lastly, the one city is all bust'e
and activity, the other all brooding
silence; the ono has thn splendor of life,
tho other the grandeur ol deatli.
Our Pacific Coast.
From San Francisco we have advices
which indicate that the enterprise of our
Pacilic coast is ns driving as ever. I he
Colorado river, reaching fur into Arizo
na, is to be navigated by n new steamboat
company, tins will lie ! ltnmciiae ad
vantage to trade.
From Alaska the cheering news comes
that the live Yaukecs have already run
up houso lots to a fabulous figure; while
in some cases they have not forgotten to
teach tho natives the method ol jump
ing claims." All kinds of valuable min
erals are found in our new possessions.
Of course they aro. Where is the terri
tory which we own where tbey are not
found in abundance? Provisions are
plenty. Deer are sold there for eighty
cents each. Think of that, you epicures !
The former Russian inhabitants are
delighted at being annexed to the
United States, and are already sharpen
ing up their ideas in contact with the
Yankee. We shall soon bear of an active
political campaign there, and before
long we shall have some fur clad, walrus-
eating Alaskans in our Congress. So
we march; and now we threaten to
awaken Japan and China iVeir York
The other day the rar instance of a
burial thirty years after death occurred
at Berlin. The dead who lingered so
long above ground is Rachel Levin, tie
celebrated beauty, author and wit, tbe
wife of tbe late Uerr Von Varnhagen,
well known as a Prussian diplomatist
and writer on contemporary history.
Having a mortal fear of being buried
alive, the lady ordered in her testament
that the upper pirt of the coffin should
be made with a glass window, the coffin
constantly watched for a month after
death, and deposited in a special hall for
a period of tlrrty years all of which
was duly carried out
Singular Freak of Lightning.
A few evenings since, during the prev
alence of a storm, as a journeyman and
an apprentice boy were at work in a
carpenter shop at the navy yard, the
lightning entered in at the window,
passed down a law in the Lot' I hand,
struck a plane which the journeyman
was aiing, and passed down the bit, set
fire to the piece of lumber which tbe
jeuroeyman was dre"g, leaviag the
txiv and maa unharmed. After aome
difficulty the fire was extinguished by
those who werw witness-! to the occur
rence. M'.i. Star, Sfpl. 2lk.
Upon the probable extent of the
incoming cotton crop, a correspondent
of the New York Timet, writing from
Charleston, S. C, speculates as follows:
Everybody engaged in the cotton trade
aro now busy making eftimates, from
such data as are obtainable, of the prob
able amount of tho crop now being
picked. The supply of the staple fur
nished by the Southern Stairs for the
years lHt;7-fiH will bn an nnomaly ns
compared with that of previous years,
inasmuch as it will represent more accu
rately the actual growth of tho season.
The increased need of the planters for
capital and the unprecedented scarcity
of ready mouey in this icction have com
bined to force every halo of last year's
crop to market, so that while quite one
fifth of the supply of lSu(!-f'.7 wal
mnde up of tho remains of former
crops which had been retained in
the interior, no considerable addition to
tho incoming crop need be expected
Irom a similar source. I find that the
most experienced factors, the shrewd
ness and correctness of whoso previous
estimates gives weight to their present
opinions, agree iu computing the crop of
18;7-f'.H at about 2,250,000 bales. This
calculation is based upon carefully com
piled statistics of the area of laud
planted and the quantity cf labor en
gaged in the cultivation of cotton, due
allowance being made for the loss inci
dent to casualties, past and prospective,
such as excessive rains, the ravages of
tho caterpillar, etc , as well as for the
diminished value of the labor of
the i'reedmen, owing to the di
version of thoir minds to matters
of politics and education. Of the ag
gregate, the Sea Island cotton, which has
suffered to a far greater extent from the
casualties referred to than the upland,
will constitute a very insignificant frac
lion. It is believed now that the whole
crop of long staple cotton in the South
will not exceed, if indeed it reaches,
20,000 bales. These e-itimates are made
upon the supposition that the first frost
will occur about the usual time. Should
the frost come very early or very lute,
the actual yield will, of course, be pro
portionately decreased or augmented.
An Assassin la Prison.
The assassin Berezowski, who at
tempted to kill the Czar, was taken to
Toulon on tbe 11th instant, to serve out
his sentence. A letter writer says :
As soon as he entered the precincts of
the boyne, the gray and yellow dress of a
cellular prisoner was taken off, and the
red jacket and green cap worn by those
condemned for life was put on. The
unfortunate young man was then taken
to the prison-forge his feet were already
swollen nnd painful from the long march
he had just come oft'. A heavy chain
was fastened on his left leg by a massive
ring; he didnot appear to suffer during the
operation, and quickly rose from the re
cumbeut position in which it is performed,
taking op the chain in his hand, which
otherwise drags on the ground. The
head was shaved, as is the custom, in
squares that is, one square perfectly
bare and on the next the hair is left
about half an inch long. In spite of
this disfiguring process and tbe green
cap, it was remarked that young Bere
zowski had a certain took o( distinction,
and even a gentle, intelligent expression
of countenance. One of thejailers who
was not aware that his fingers had been
injured, naked him what was the matter
with his hand. " It was the pistol," he
replied ; " I was cured in three weeks
by the application of cold water."
While his ten companies were having
their irons rivited on, Berezowski re
mained atiietlv inone corner of tho forge,
and spoke to no one. He will not be
chained to another-convict, as is usually
tho case, but-will remain in one of the
convict's rooms chained to a triangle of
iron, which is fastened to the camp bed
of the prisoners, and through which a
bar is slipped, thus preventing them from
moving beyond tho length of their chain.
In a month, unless the wretched young
man first turns mad, he is to be sent to
Not long since the Times contained au
account ol a man who came here Irom
Ottawa in search of a wife in the person
of a woman whoso husband's death he had
lutelv read of in tho Chicago Times. He
found tho woman already married again,
but solaced himself with taking to wife a
young girl who wos rocommended to him
at Short notice. Something occurred
yesterday at, the same ollicc where thn
former caso had happened, which, whilo
somewhat unlike, is not entirely dissimi
lar. It will not be difficult to perccive.from
a cursory survey of the name of Mehl
Bchlnegor, that August Mehlschlaeger is
a Dutchman. Nor will it be a particu
larly difficult thing to establish the na
tionality of Jacob .Marks. Well, Mehl
schlaegcr wanted a wife "the worst kind."
He pined and fretted till he could stand
it no longer as a bachelor, and deter
mined to capture a woman in some way.
Jacob Murks is a friend of his, oral least
of his money, and to him the German gen
tleman applied in his distress. He poured
out all his soul, told him how his " life
was sad, and dark, and dreary," and
asked his advice. Marks was up to the
emergency, and offered to find his friend
a wile for $1:10. The offer was accepted,
and the wife was proenred. But Mehl
schlaeger had not up to yesterday paid
over but $50 of the wife money, and
Marks wasn't going to stand thia " If
anything in this world, argued he,
was worth 139. lor Uod s sake, wasn t
a good wife?" and that was the kind of
article Marks claimed he had procured.
So he brought suit before Justice Sboene
wald yesterday for the other $80, but
before tbe justice could get a chance at
them the matter was settled. Tbey all
went home. Chicago Times.
General Carlin has recommended, in a
report to General Howard, that all
abandoned lands and other property in
Tennessee, held by the Bureau, except
that seized from the Confederate govern
ment. be turned over to its former own
ers, making application for its restoration
unnecessary. Many have preferred to
leave their property in the bands ot tie
government ralher than risk insatiable
creditors and the auction block. It bai
really become a bnrden to the Bureau.
The matter has been referred to the
President, and some action is looked for
shortly. If the recommendation il acted
upon, hundreds of thoutandi of acres will
be ihrown back opnn their owners, with
11 the responsibility thereto attached.
Nearly all these landi are located in
Eist "Tennessee, and were libeled for
confiscation by the Unionists during the
war. Middle and West Tenneaie has
very little abandoned property. -Vfl-
r7 f'aiVm and Ihrpat.k, 4tk.
Fifteen CeuU Ter Wk.
. O. MATTHSWS, CAFT. J.C.ALKXtKDII
Uta r U.U. MalllMiri a C. Law or Krlu'a Piaal, HU.,
MATTHEWS & ALEXANDER,
Manufacturer's Agents for the Sals of
GENERAL C0.MSI0T MERCHTS
No. artt Second Ht.,
Atrks Buii.pinii, Or p. Court Squarjc,
- MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE.
Have For Halo
25 MILBUKNE'S CELEBRATED IRON
25 MIT.TITTRVK'? CELEBRATED TITIM-
HLK-SKEIN WAHONS-o.er .100 sold in
Memphis; all warranted for 12 month,
and only 12 50 daiuaxea claimed for break
U CARVER GINS, from 40 to 80 laws, wood
and iron frame
25 TODD'S IMPROVED BULLOCK COT
TON PRESSES double leared and to
work hy crank. Twe men can make 504
10 TODD'S IMPROVED IIORRK POWERS,
for running Gins and Grist Mills the Cnest
JAMF3 TODD STATIONARY ENGINES,
or all sues from zu to luu-oorse power,
TODD'S PLANT0MILLS AND WOOD
WORKING MACHINERY, of all kinds,
furnished at inorl notice.
PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES, of all slies,
from i to iju-norse power.
8TATI0NARY ENGINES, of all sixes, from
21) to BU-norse rower.
SINGLE AND DOUBLE SAW MILLS
Todd s and other make..
GIN SEGMENTS, for 10 and 12 feet wheols,
RATLR0AD AND LEVER nORSE P0W-
' i-.Ks, i. t ana a norse power.
TS TONS OF IRON TIES (low to tbe trade).
100 DOZEN CEDAr"bUCKETS. Iron and
brass-bound, assorted (low to the trade).
100 NESTS CEDAR TUBS (low to the trade)
10 BUCKEYE CIDER PRESSES, to close
110 AND 12 HORSE POWER PORTABLE
ENGfNE, second-hand, low for cash must
1 6 IIORSE POWER, second-hand, cheap.
15S HORSE POWER STATIONARY EN
GINE mil SAW-MILL ail euinplote oan
be bought low.
2 SO SAW and 200 SAW GINS (but little used)
low for csj.ii.
1 DANIELS' PLANING MACniNE-euts
31 inches wide and 2i feet long can be had
at a bargain.
PLOWS of all kinds:
REAPKRS ANB MOWERS I
LILLIE'S FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF SAFES
DEERINO COTTON PRESSES :
COTTON PLANTERS :
COTTON SCRAPERS :
-WOOD AND TRON-WORK ING MA
CHINERY, of all kinds, ordered on short
notice, and lurnished at inanuructu era'
LIVINGSTON & POST,
DEALERS, IN ALL KINDS OF
AHD A OKXK1AL ASSOaTaiyTlof
HEAVY AXD SHELF HARDWARE,
Ilorrte Powern, Etc., Etc
STRAUB'S CORN MILLS.
E. CARVER CO.'S COTTON GINS.
INOKRSAL'S PORTABLE COTTON
LANE A BODLEY'S 8AW MILLS,
WOOD MANN'S PORTABLE ENGINES.
CiSO Mnin Ntreot,
MKMl'IHH, ... TKNN,
ARROW COTTON TIES.
ORGILL BROS. A CO.,
Sole Agents in Memphis.
GT'LLETTS RTEEL BRUSH COTTON GINS
Price eu er Saw, invariably eaih.
un'.iLL su, i;-..
Sol. Azeuu in Memphis.
MARVIN CO.'S ORBATLY CELEPRA
TKD KIKE xn lU'Riil.AR FROoK SAKKS,
for l!asiaes Hn and Ranker. ; alo. PAR
Loft ur PLATE S A Y E. at M.nalaotarer's
Pricea. ORiiILL KK'IS. A ..
bl. Ainu ia MetaiuiA,
1SOO BOXES FRENCH WINDOW GLASS.
Imi-.rled Uirert aied '"r '. h.
.'.-a. OttelLl, LhOS. A CO.
' KEIHTTIOX IX IMIICU
' OF A
TN CONSIDERATION OF TII E SCARCITY
L ot n-oiiev, and in order t idnoo it within
tn reack of all, we have reduced the nri m of
KING OP ' CHILLS
To the low prlceof ONE DOLLAR per Bottli.
1 his Is the moat powerful lud ocrtain coin,
pound er.r introduced for the permanent
eradication of all forma of Chilla, Int.rinilt.nl.
Remittent and Hillinoa Pavera. Neiiralia.
Dumb Chills, Sun Pah and all th.e malarious
a (Tootium ao common throughout the Southern
eountry. It la put nn In lane bottlea, with
plain directlnna, ia pleasant to the toale, and
does not affect the Bead, ears or nervos,
. ,WUAT IT CAN DO.
' It eleanses the Stomach, amuses the Liver,
opens the Bowels, and earriea of all Billious
Matter, effectins quick and perinanint cure.
j . RADICALS .
Who have not become acclimated, and are con
stantly troubled with a Chill or Fever, who aro
Ilillioua and full of Ache', and foci an indispo
sition to iet about, should, by all tneana. uaa
thia truly valuabln Medicinal Compound, which
la prepared hy Pbrsioianaof Twenty Yean' ex
ponenoe in this malarious eountry.
Who have nn time to oe. fooling with various
mixtures of the dar, and who have no money
to throw iwiv, could not do better than to
aeend Ono Dollar for the A'A'ff OF CHll.l.X
and h cured ef all fnrina of Chilla, Fever, Eto.
Its taste ia pleasant, and it never aO'act tho
bead or ears.
MECHANICS OP MEMPHIS,
Your time la money, and why do yon continue
with the Chilla. Fevers, etc., lo.inar so muck of
your precious time when a remedy is an near at
hand and so cheap. Our remedy builds no the
system, p'aclng (t upon a too.l fnundiitlon.
remiidela hy purging the ar-tem of all flaws,
and places you on foot with sound timber,
hend and procure oue bote, and be perma
nently cured. Price only One Dollar.
FARMERS AND PLANTERS '
VWKng theelty would ereaily consult their own
interest hv purcha-'inir a supply of this never
failini A'lHff of I'hilU. Much time can be
saved by curing the Chilla immediately, and
thia medicine nproota the diaeaae and so
destroyathecauae that it will not return, as it
dees when cured with quinine.
MERCHANTS AND CLERKS, t
Why will von lose so many eolilen momenta of
your life, in ahakin and eomplalninar ot chilly
aenaationa, Eerera, Headache., pains io the
nones ami Jninta. baaaituile, Kilhouaneaa, etc..
when the inaiirnincnnt sum of One Dollar will
speedily restore you to health, vigor and buoy
ancy T It ia pleaaaut to the taate. produce, no
roarin or hniiina; in the head, no rinirinr of
the ears, but a"t quickly and effectually. After
uaini one bottle you will have no other in your
MOTHERS AND FATHERS
Vhi have pale, swarthy, puny, and sickly
children, harine little or no appeti'e, imperfect
direction, inactive liver, Indiapoaition to play,
but are oroaa, peeviah and drooping about, wich
slist fevers sometime during the day, can be
effectually roatored to thn bloom of health, by
rivini small doses of the King ef Chills four or
five times a dav. Do not forget, the name,
Dromei-onlo ft Co.'l KING OF CHILLS. Pric
$1 IS). Sold by all Druggijta. J. P. Dsou
nooi.s ft Co., Proprietors, 3V1 Main street,
Poaaeases charms in proportion to her health,
and she meaanra a husband's lore by the inte
rest he evinces in her welfare whiloshe ia i-k.
Now, if you wish to retain in tact your wife'a
love and aflection undiminished, and desire
that she regain her health and farmer beauty,
you should, by all means procure one botte f
ENGLISH EEMALK BITTEUS.
A compound that Is actually restorinar health
to more sickly fetnalea than all other remedies
combined. It only proposes to cure those
Uterine Complaint peculiar to the female sex.
It is indorsed by the medical profeaaion all
over the country, as it la no secret nor patent,
and effoots cures -ooia.A(eourcs-after.all other
OLD AND YOUNG FEMALES
Have long needed a medicine thnt would relieve
them of all thoae Female Complnints :ui,
Irregularities which prove an troiihlna.onn u
over the Southern country, and they can now
conn.ienny reiy upon llie curative powera of tho
English Female llieters. It arouaes, ronrores
and regulates. La cures are rapid and perma
nent. If troubled with painful, auppresaed or
irregular Monatruatinn. Hysterica. l..i,cprhnwn
or Whitea, Falling of the Womb, Ulceration of
the Womb, Uhloroaia, and all thoae ayniptoms
which follow, this medicine will relieve you.
THAT YOUNG GIRL.
Whose bloom has departed from her cheeks ;
whose eye has lost its .luatre; whose intellect
baa lost its brightness) whoss countenanct
betokens gloom and deapairi who iapale. ema
ciated, feeble, lifle'ess, repulsive with palpita
tion of the heart, avimming of the head.coM
feet and hands, can be restored to perfeot health
nnd beauty by using the English Female
As von value your life, and health. .M n.
sonal charms: as you are now troubled with
aome complaint peculiar to your sex; as you
have been under treatment of some physician
without benefit ; aa you have nearly concluded
mac your case cannot no roaonea ; lot us insist,
let us urge you to 1 v a.!du your feara un.l nm.
Judieea, in roaard to advertised remedies, for
one time in your lite, anil try one single bottls
oi xjug-uBii x ornate .cullers.
We are well aware that, manv nerann an,,K
at the idea of uaing an article that ia adver
tised, and wo know of many tnnhlnng individ
uals in this community, and if they had their
way, many ot them would snub all you sickly
females in your graves. Cannot a worthy medi
cine be advertised 7 Send immediately, and
proi-uro a bottle of this powerful Uterine and
General Tonic, and regain yourhcalth, strength
ann color, convoy km urucgisrs.
J. r. DKOMUOOLK ft CO., Proprietors,
.'Wl Mnin atreet. Men 'hi..
$1,000,000 IN WATCHES!
FOR SALE ON TUB PDI'OLAR
ONK PIUOl: 1LA1V.
(ilVINO ITERY PATRON A
II.id.some and Reliable Watch!
For tin low price of Tts Dollars!
WITHOUT REGARD TO VALUE
AND VOT TO BE PAID FOR
Unleaa Ierfectlw Sulfafaotory
100 Rolid Gold Hunting Watches,..2-r0 to tWiHI
lis) M.cic Cnaed Hold Watchoa,... List to iaSl
111' Ladies' Watchaa, Knameied,- 1O0 to .HKI
200 Gold Hunt's Chro'r Watches, 2.l to .til
2011 Gold Hooting Engliah Lev.ra, 2ial to iTA
.100 Gold Hunt's Duplex U atiea. . to 2i
5IH1 Gold Hunt's Amer'n Watches, Hal to ':.
f) Oilier Hunting Levers,-....... 5') to 1MI
'M Silver Hunting Dunlexes. ...... T , In
ft) Gold Ladies' Wat-hea.-..... Mto 2MI
pan Gild U unting Lapinea. 5. to 75
lias) Miaeellan.nus Si'v'r Watches, 5" to ll
;fv Hunting Silver Watche lit, Ml
5(Sa1 Assorted Walchts, all kmda,- 10 to i
Every patron obtains a Watch by fia ar
rangement, eosting but $10. while it may be
ortOMUou. -o partxalHD tAotea
We wish to immediately d-spose of the above
magnificent 8t-ck. Certificates, naming th.
articles, are pU,-cd in sealed envelcea, and
well mixed. Holders are entitled to the arti
clea named on their c-rtifloat upin payment
of Ten Dollars, whether it be a Watrh worth
$1011t), or on. worth lew. The retarn ot aay of
our certificates entitles you to the art de named
thereon upon payment. irreapective of ita worth,
and as ne article valued less than 110 ia named
nn any certificate, it will at oore be seen that
No Lottery, but a Straightforward Le
gitimate Transaction, trhieh may
be participated in tren hy
thentott fastidious t
A single crtill -ate will be ant by mi!', pot
Paid, upna recetnt o. 2jcee ta. fire for $ , ele, en
for t'l thirty threo and elerart preuiium f ir
i.i. siltr an aad bkim valuable pre-niaia f r
51(1, on. hundred and m 'at anperb Wai. h f.r
To Anota. or Uiom wiahiagen.pl -vDieot.
thia ia a rare opportunity. It i a lartttmate y
endected boainegs. auly anthoriaed br the
Gorernnient. and ora te th. uoat careful
scrutiny. TRY US 1
WEIGHT, BRO. 4 CO., Importers
lfil BROADWAY, New Yorc
'"uE Pl.A.NTKHS- 80 ".HOIS'",
I SALE STS.PLE AND 'TOOK LOT,
Nna. fro aad 7 I.ueW atrwet. befwe t t"
aad Garoo, ia low reaJv to Uk -ar.o( bo.r-f-irg
airei at to. '"'W !'-c of f 77 rer anotitb.
r-m.ie fer.i. r.n. Aitrui.iatr n l-r .
iuIm. i.'H I' 1 t !'... 'l V Alt R. AV D
CARffFI L GRii'Wv Cap. II. A L"l'M
kai rk.rr. a. will I a.i-pr W I oe all
too ea.l wsi bun. i
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