1 DVEKTIHLMKNTt! ARK INSERTED IN
A tMa I'oloron Ht 7S cents a I'na per month
tillURY CHAPKL (M KTHODItfT), COR,
J Hernando anil Linden street.
H1UUH FKTKRKONCOAL DKALKK8
I J nlliee 11 Madison street.
IIHTllN. W. J . PAINTKIt. l.KStjONS
1 in Drawing (water and oil oolorsl at 111
pupil's residence Address at 2 MeCall it.
AhOLlNA 'INSURANCE COMPANY. !W1
' KJ Main street, J. II. Kdmondsen. agent.
Via Vck. m. c. a co" auction kkiu). sea
) r.ya-at-Law. Seidell Building. lSUUadlson
sirrar, Yirtnpms. i onu.
ALVAHY CHURCH (KPLSCOPAL), COR.
J Second and Adra t.. prV.
IKNTRAL MKTHODIST UUUKUll, l
1 j IT..1... .treat. Ilev. J.T. 0. Colllm. pastor.
niklsTlAN CHURCH. COR. LINDEN
j and Mulberry streets, Rev. Dr.Caskey.
?0N'.KElJA'n0NAL UNION CHURCH.
V j liniun street, bet. Third and I)ento.
UlNUKtUATION BEN KMKT1I (IKRA
(j Kl.ll r , cor.rieoonu anu ttionroesis.
L V Church, Court it., bet. Beeond end Third.
ICKINSON. J. W. A BHO. COTTON
factors. 2 ii front sireei.
,1 rfiMG00LK A CO., DRUGtJIHTS, KTC.
1 JjH Main street, bet. Gayoso and McC'll
UNOAN. KOBKRT P.. ATTORNEY
bnW nu. in nun vonn niri.
I.LHON I)R08..DRY U00DS. CLOl'U'N
Pj MadiBon it.. Thou. Fisher. Frw't. tmnwwto
inn(r;ti ihiikiiiv FumiiaKr'. "--
, I cers, 3110 Main Btroot. ,
V Stone Workii. cor. Jd and Adams sta
flBST M KTH 01) 1ST CUURCU. SECOND
1MRST BAPTIST CHURCH. SECOND
I" st.. near Adams, Rev. A. H Miller.
rriLvi. i.u iciVvt i'ht i m ni n Hnli nnk
1 ..r D... .In .nil Third Ntre.ts.
ijUAllRKrY 4 WESfHK. FURNITURE
ami Undertaking. NO. H7 Union street.
TLANNEUY. JOSEPH. PRACTICAL
P Plumber. Gas and Steam Pipe Fitter. 63
."TaYOSO SAVINGS INSTITUTION
' X Banking House, IU Mndinon street, E. M,
Avery. Cashier. John C. Lanier. Pres't.
.imnuiu .Ilia rufil KR TN WATCH-
JT w. Clocks. to.. 1H Main street.
C" -IRACOlIURCH (EPISCOPAL), HER
T nando street, bet. Pontotoc andv "ee
TSTlMBINOEB, J., DEALER IN SPECTA-
J cles. 2l71JJa2n street.
ERNANDO INSURANCE COMPANY
17 Slaitison sr., r. n. niiiiamsnnL r i
OLLENBERO. B. A.-MEMPIII3 BYE;
im Establishment, 200 Second street, ant
1W1 stioftt. i 52
l N Til 0 Ul?EN 'S 8 W I M M IN U BCI100L,
font of Washineton street.
woftuiKnre -I.INIWEV VRT5DKN-
I liHRHH. Ae'nnts. 11 Malison Street. 1W
"YlTKFS. T. P., TiN, COPPER AND SHEET
I Iron W or k er, Pecon A l xne t.
KAUS "ft CO.. DRY (J00DS, NOTIONS,
ate , SI3 Main street, near oor. oi Anains,
A MB, R, W. 4 CO.. PTOHAOK SHED,
jcoro- diimsst'eet nnil l,'lirl"Sion avenue,
. T: .. 177 f.i
TTTT.MToM Jb CO.. INSURANCE AQ'TSi
Tnil T(M? IE PIIVSTPIAN ANn KIIR.
j Reon, oi main bitroi, hp "r.
A DA ME ANNA. FORTUNE-TKLLEIV
ADA MR LKISE'G DANCINO SCHOOL,
in niinniK mp, oiwumi nunm.
EMPHIS A OHIO RAILROAD DEPOT,
head ot Main srreer.
ILES 4 STODDARD, AUCTIONEERS,
L?l Titus Ulnok.
TkrUKIC, PIANOS, CABINET ORGANS,
JY1 Musical Instruments and Mnsioa.1 Mer-
ebaiiMse. at r. hawennncn s. main hi
0ORK 4 WEST. INB TRANCE AG'TS,
n . v . cor. m Hin nni mnui-imni.
ACKKR, H. B., DEALER IN PITTS-
buneoal, JMe. I'luiiwiin si,
1A1K. R. H., DRU(KUST7
J Third and Poplar strets.
)AINT STORE, PAINTERS' MATERI-
ai. im ' nut if. iii'iiuo
)KHKINS,1.I V1NUSTON POST, DEAL
ersin Machinery, etc.. SHH Main street.
1")0MCK COMMISSIONERS' OFEICE, No.
JiOSTOKFICE, COR. JEFFERSON AND
Third streets. R. 0. flist. Pos'master.
;iKILLY 4 R EE APY. DEALERS TN fiRO
1 V cerics and Plantstinn JSujiplIca, 14:1 Main.
10lTERTS('NCTRfkR, COTTON FAC
IV tors and CouimlMinn Merchants, No. l'l! j
, . 1 .. cl I 1l1 't
IHIIOTI siroi'i, r'K'iii till, liro i.mwi. -1
OYSTER, TR KZEVANT 4 CO., AUC-
1 USSKI.L. GROVE 4 CO., GAY0S0 PLA
IVniiig Mill, 212 Adams stre.t,east of the
KOURH 4 CUNNINGHAM, BLACK
smithing and Waiton-makinK, oor. Mon
roe and llesoto sirecs.
QIIULTZ; A. 0.. LOCKSMITH, SAFE MA-
k ' Her, etc , II .jenerann srrwi.
OTK1NKUIIL, JACOB, DEALER IN ALE,
O Beer and l.inuors. gO Third street.
TW AN A FOUTE. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,
iS T Ip1L f ,,tli.nn af rtf
ZjtRATMAN'S SWIMMING SCHOOL.
17 foot of Union street.
iplCER. A NT) ER SON 4 CO., GROCERS.
O No. 412 Main street.
S' TT0ONTr p R EsilYTERI AN CHURCH.
nor. inin and Boal streets.
tTITary'Fgerman CIMIRCH (CATII-
O OUCl.cor. Market aad Third streota.
OT. LAZARUS CHURCH (EPISCOPAL),
Madison street, enit of Third.
tT. MAV'B CHUKCH ( tfiSUUrALi),
p Poplar street, near Ala nama.
Z"T. PATRICK'S CHURCH (CATHOLIC),
corner Linden and DesototreetsL
CTTpETKR'SCHURCH (CATHOLIC). COR.
Ailains ami rnira streers.
ri'KNNESSKK STATE MUTUAL FIKK II"
J surance Co.. oflice in Odd Fellows' BuildV.
flVXlF, PIIILLTPS 4 CO., COTTON FAC
J trs snd'hnlaleroers. 22rt Frontst
rivTliACCO AND CIOARS A LARGE AND
1 superior st ck at Thurmond, FosterACo. s.
Tbaocori ts. 7 Monroejtreet.
V" "AN VOAST, O. W., LOTTERY AGENT,
No. 21) .leffersin street.
rENA liLK'S SAW MILL, WOLF RIVER.
V north of Bayou Gayoso.
t HI! MORE A CO., STEAM JOB PRIN-
r VI v ..,1-cf.n
H T. W. RK1I.LT. JAS. rkkadt. H
p UK ILLY REEADT,
r-'l Wholesale and Retail f 'l
)l DEALERS 1 GROCERIES A
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tm William B. Aator predicts t
breakdown in rents.
IQTTbe Vicksburg Republican (Rad
Seal) is how issuing a daily edition.
IQ?" A legless begear in St. Louis
owns $65,600 in real estate in New York.
Miss Lillie, who acta with Edwin
Forrest, is ' tho tragedian's adopted
VQm The Supreme Court Judge elected
Pennsylvania Tuesday is to sorve for
the long term of fifteen years.
BgLGen. McClellan is talked of in
connection with the superintendence of
the New York Central railroad.
vIIt is calculated that Pennsylvania
contains coal enough to supply 20,000
tons annually for the next 500 years.
.Ticany it.UUO ULTeS Ul 111 DUO
lands were disposed of at the land offices
at San Francisco and Stockton, Cul.,
IS?" An editor says the only reason
why his house was not blown away in a
recent gale, was because there was a
heavy mortgage upon it
8 Hon. B. C. Yancey is out in a
seven column letter on the political
situation. There is a " muchness" about
t that terrifies the ordinary reader.
16? An exchange says: " The street
bootblacks in our city are getting gen
erous. For five cents they black both
your boots and ono-third your panta
I. The Nashville Gazette exclaims
Mercy on us I " Satan in Paris " isn't a
circumstance. Here we have Brownlow
and the Black Crook and the Devil's
Rump all at once.
t6?The Nashville Banner, in notes
on the present Legislature, thinks the
presiding officers of the Senate and
House are the best men for the purpose
that could have been picked from the
Jta?"A wide-awake fire company in
West Newton, Mass., turned out the other
night to put out the aurora borealis, hut
it had got under such headway that they
returned without action. Nevertheless,
their intentions were honorable.
l6yA lady who has a great horror of
tobacco got into th" New Haven cars the
other day, and inquired of a male neigh
bor: "Do you chew tobacco, sir?" "No,
ma'am, I don't," was the reply, "but I
can get you a chaw if yon want one,'
ISy-The following advertisement ap
peared in the Aberdeen Herald : " if the
person who took (it is concluded by mis
take) the white water proof coat belong
ing to Mr. Pitt Taylor, on Tuesday last,
will apply at the barracks he can have
the peg it used to hang upon, as it is of
no further use to the owner.
taJ-The following is the public "debt
statement for the past month :
H..rln.eoi Interest tl.'tf.lW.H fn
!rin currencv interest
Matured drbt, not presented
Deht bearing no interest
la,'71.' M SI
Mold rer ificatea of deposit.
A mount of coin in Treasury
ount of currency in Irest T
1,2, y,2 77.4 i
Debt less rash
taThe London Cusmovolitm Ji :
"Every bereaved widow of the North,
hoe husband (ell in fighting for the
Union, mic'it just as well seek to recover
dainacet' of the bbefhrld manufactu
rers who told the rebel gun or sword that
w him, as for the Government of the
United Slates to attempt to recover of
English blockade rnnnrs the fortunes
mada in auDD'ving tfce suuin who con
J h J.
MEMPHIS. TENNESSEK. THURSDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 10.
Our National Finanoas.
In the course of an address delivered
before an immense meeting of Democrats
'in Ohio recently,1 the Hon. Daniel W,
Voorhies said :
You have a mighty financial question
before you. I do not pretend to be the
greatest financier in the country ; I make
no professions upon that subject at all.
But there are certain great, bold, plain
facts that yon and I can talk about here
to day, in plainness and simplicity, as we
would around the fireside. During the
wor we became deeply indnbted. The
public debt now amounts to about f 2,C00,
000,000. A large portion of it, noBrly
2,0()0,000,000, is in what I may call the
people's promissory notes. 1'hey are
generally Known as Government bonds.
What is a Government hond ? It is a
paper issued by the Government, by your
representatives, in behalf of you, the
people, upon your credit and your credit
alone, and is your note, made, executed
and signed by your agents at Washing
ton, to pay so much mouey in a certain
length of time. You have nearly $2,000,
000,000 of these notes out, that somo day
or other and in some woy or other you or
your posterity will have to pay. Gentle
men of Ohio, men of Morgan county,
you are in debt Your farms are all
morlgaged, every foot and acre that
you own, is mortgaged .to pay your
notes that are out They are culled
bonds, but they are simply your promises
to pay. They are in the hands of a certain
class of men. They bear heavy interest
Twice a year tho tax-gatherer comes to
collect from you; yea, be is about you
every day. You pay taxes in every form.
The tax-gatherer is invisible; he is
about you all the time. You pny taxes
on these bonds while you eat, and while
you wear out your clothes; even while
you sleep you are paying taxes on this
mighty debt Remember tho tax you
are paying now does not, reduce the
principle, it only pays the iuterest You
will say at once, "That is an appalling
spectacle for us and for our children
after us to look upon." Two thousand
six hundred millions of dollars is an
immense sum of money, amounting,
according to an estimate I saw the other
doy, to a large sum for each voter, and
then for each man, woman and child in
the United States I will not go into
these minutiic. You will esk me how
these men received your nuti-s. When
your currency was deranged, and, in
order to induco the people to purchase
these notes, a law was passed by which
they should pay no taxes upon the gov
ernment bonds that they held. The do
ranged state of the currency enabled
them to buy these bonds at rates of from
forty to sixty cents on the dollar. If to
day the people should repudiate the
entire public debt which I am not for,
but opposed to the bondholders, by tho
interest, thy bavo already received,
would be paid nearly, if not quite, all
that the bonds originally cost them.
Tho remedy proposed by Mr. Voorhees
was that the bondholders Bhould pay
taxes upon their bonds.
If they will not submit to taxation,
what then am I for? I am then for
what all nations have hud to do before,
that is, to reduce the rate of interest.
Our debt bears an average mleiest now
of six per cent I am for reducing it to
three per cent, if no further. Ono half
of your interest shall go, you bondhold
ers, if you won't pay taxes. If you
won't pay taxes, we won't pay interest.
We will send you only half of what you
send for instead of all of it. What do
you think of that, then ? That is a way
of lessening'this burden just ono -half.
If they won't submit to that and keep
the power, there comes another method
by which this thing can be done. Let ns
commence paying their bonds as tney
fall due, in the samo kind of money that
they make you take lor whatever you
own in this world.
A Rotable Case.
The Sunerior Court, in session nt
Worcester, has just tried, for the second
time, a somewhat exceptional case, with
features which make it worth noting
hrielly in this correspondence. The
plaintiff, on his way to a cBmp meeting
at Martha's Vineyard, took passage on a
steamboat running thither from New
Bedford, and crowded with an excursion
nartT of a thousand or more. As ho
atnnd on the deck, a small life boat, sus
pended over his head, became detached
from its fastenings, several passengers
having steDDed into it, and, making too
heavy a load for the suspending boat,
the plaintiff was struck with a blow
which has ruined his health, rendered
him incapable of labor, and will proba
bly ultimately send him to an insane
asylum. The steamboat company were
sued, in the inland county where the
plaintiff lived, lor damages, nnci a. ver
dict of niue thousand odd dollars (the
sum claimed being fifteen thousand dol
lars) was rendered some time ago. This
verdict being set aside for various causes,
bv Chief Justice Allen, just before biB
retirement, a second trial look place last
week, and the defendants, nnturniiy
alarmed at the magnitude of the first
verdict for the capital of the com
pany is only thirty thousand dollars-
made a desperate etlort to reverse tne
result Er-Governor Andrew was en
gaged as the most eminent and able
counsel to be bad, and bis plea, which I
was so fortunate as to bear, was most
. ,i j
ingenions and eloquent, i ue ground
taken, of course, was that the accident,
caused, as it was, by the conduct of pas
sengers getting into a place where they
had no business to be, was one of those
occurrences which no human foresight
can prevent, and for the results of which
the corporation on whose deck it occur
red could not proper! v be held liable.
Mr. Aldrich, of Wcroeater, argued the
case, as belore, vx me piainini, anu pui
bis caaa with a great deal ct skin and
pwer. 1 ne jury, to me asionnuiurni. m
everybody, the case being gi-nerally re
garded as at least doubtful, were out
only fifteen minutes, and brought in a
erdict of ten thousand ingm niinureu
d, liars for tho plaintiff a considerably
larger amount than hafore. The ten
dency of juries to hold passcng"r car
riers responsible in the airiutest sense ot
he word for the sufe'y ot the lile anu
limb intrustej to them was never more
strikingly manifest The case goes up
on exceptions for the ruling i f a higher
court on questions of law; and the dam
ages, when paid, will be more likely to
ro to tb(wiiiow and children of the in-
r ..n l :., '
jureaw.ian man ;n inr runrn-r tiain-u.
How Paal Bagler Tr'.4 tt Becur Jeff.
Paul RirleT. who claimi to have been
missionary to Chins, and who is prob
ably crazy, has been mentioned in our
LAIlis.CST ViTY J1HC ITI.AT10W.
columns as the man who has been trying
to get Jeff. Davis pardoned. It it known
that ho did not succeed. The dutails ol
his attempt are given by him in a long
letter to the Montreal Gazette. He says
he waited on President Johnson and
asked him to pardon Davis, as the latter
could aot make iaeh an application for
himself on account of the proclamation
which stands out against him, charging
bim with being implicated in the assas
sination. He has, however, been indicted
for treason, which wae the greatest of
fense known to our laws, Bagley then
read a long letter to the President en
treating him to withdraw bis proclama
tion, lie begged tho President to heal
the hatred existing between the different
sections of the country.
The Presidont answered: "There is
no hatred to tho Government on the part
of the people of the South; it's all at
the other end, they won't let thera como
in." Bagley then went on to show that
there was a good deal of bad feeling;
that he was refused a boarding place at
tho Hiram (Ohio) Theological Seminary
because of bis interest in Davis ; that at
the Bethany College commencement he
in vuin implored Gen. Garfield to " hold
out some olive branch of hope" to Davis;
that he was equally unsuccessful in get
ting Judge Holt to do the same thing;
that Judge Underwood told him that he
had done enough for Davis, and had
better give up his efforts. Mr. Bagley
also said that he bad been obliged to
sleep out of dfiors for want of money ;
that he bnd always been a Union man,
etc. The President finally gave him
five dollars, and promised to look oyer
his papers, but declined to commit him
self in regard to his future action in the
Just beforo leaving, Bagley read the
following doggerel acrostic to the Presi
dent, which he had composed while wait
ing iu his ante-room. It contains about
as much truth as poetry :
ACEOSTIO aSDBSW JOHH30X. v
A man misunderstood and much maligned,
Nor will the people nndorstand bis mind ;
Deaf to all claims cf morcy, thev refuse,
Repentance ui.lo those whom thoy abuse: -Expect
to see all robcls quito destroyed ;
Would make fair Dixio I -nd a desert void.
Jobnton would hoal the wpund that war has
made ; ....
On him of (Jod such dutynow is laid;
11 is hand is stretched toward the bleeding South
Nrgleoting not his duty to the North ;
rilavos enfranchised upon bim may depend,
O'er all tho land ho looks all to defend :
Nor should our Presidont so slandered be,
tlf you'll receive the truth from yours, P. B )
For this remarkable production tho
author was duly thanked.
A Conscientious Foreman.
A funny story is told by a correspond
ent of a Western paper of the first col
ored jury, impanneled under the recent
military order in Texas. It appears
that, by a municipal regulation, justices
of the peaco have jurisdiction over of
fenses of certain grades, with power to
impannol a jury of six, and try the case
in regular and ample form. An offense
having been committed by a colored cit
izen, lie was arrested and brought beforo
such a jury, composed chiefly of negroes
from the cotton fields in tho district, who
were duly sworn, and one of the number
appointed foreman. After hearing the
evidence and nleadings of counsel, the
jury were charged by the justice that
their duty was " to una a veruict, a-iu
when they had found it, to return it into
court," and thereupon they retired to de
liberate. Iu about on hour the foreman,
whose name was Sum, returned at the
head of his mates, and the panel being
called, rose end spoke to this efioct:
"Seo here. Mr. Court, we'sbeon down
to dat are room, and we bunts in evry
crack, in evry cornor, up the chimney
and under do floor, and cau't find any
thing that looks like wordick."
The iudtro then gravely proceeded to
explain to the jurors the nature of a
verdict, and having apparently suc
ceeded in enlightening thoir minds, sent
thera back once more to deliberate. Iu
another half hour they again made their
appearance, and " Sam," with every
symptom of honest indignation, inquired
thus of his honor:
" Look a here, Mr. Court, didn't you
'point me foreman of this jury?" "Yes,
sir, I did." "Dat'a what 1 told dese
fools, but doy didn't got sense enough to
know it. I tells 'em what and how dis
case is and dey won't do as I lolls 'um.
Ain't dey bound to do what I say, Mr.
The upshot of the matter was that the
judge finally sent the counsel out with
the jury to help them make up a verdict,
and then a suitable one was rendered.
But the blucks are learning rapidly -
A Jury of One Man.
Joe II is one of the characters in
Lafnyelte township. Recently he was
summoned to act ns a juryman io a case
being tried before ' a magistrate. He
proposed to the parties to the suit that
tbey allow him alone to act as the jury
and decide the case. They agreed, the
evidence was heard, and Joe retired to
make up his verdict. He soon proenred
a bottle of whisky, some crackers, a box
of sardines, and n can of cve oysters
from the defendant in tho suit He
helped himself to as much as he wanted
of the provisions and liquor, and quietly
laid down in the room in which he was
locked and took a nap. He awoke to
ward evening, and reported that the
"jury have not agreed upon a verdict,"
and sent the constable after the plaintiff,
demanded more oysters, crackers, sar
dines, and whisky. With these he spent
the night, and had a good supply over
for breakfast He was again interro
gated as to bis verdict and again an
swered "the jury have not agreed.
TnwarJ noon, (retting very thirsty, and
unable to get further supplies, Joe called
in the constable, had himselt conducted
before the 'Squire, reported that it was
impotsible for the jury to agree, and was
discharged. He says that where the
eating and drinking is as good ns jn this
ease, he don't mind sitting on a jury.
A'eu Albany Ledger, bih.
We copy tha following from the St.
Louis Times of the 1st:
Monday w.ts a day of mourning for St'
Louis, the funeral obsequies of Major
Gen. Sterling Price and his daughter la-
law, Celefte, wife of Capt. C elsus Price,
being observed at the r irSt Methodist
Episeopiil Church South, corner of Wash
ingtonavenue and Lighlh slrect Th gen
eral died on Sunday morning at fifteen
minutes past two o clock, ot Mexican
dysentery; and the daughter of General
Thomas L Price, of Jefferson City,
nd wife of Capt Cclsiu Trice, son of
Gen. Price, followed him at midnight
of Sunday, of complications resulting
from childbirth. Thus, within the brief
space of one day, was Captain Price be)-
reit ol a lather, wise ana cuua.
TP HI if1 1U1 D
jcj ju u jiii n
A Career for tha Gorilla.
The Round Table, in the course of a
unique, semi-comio and ethnological re'
view of the most recent and distinguished
addition to New York society, sketches
an ambitious future for the gorill
A consideration of his probable future
career under such changed and inspiring
circumstances, must surely give pleasure
to every uoble or generous mind. We
may truce him in fancy, accumulating a
little fortune by the judicious manage
raent of a corner grocery. He rises, step
by step, through a careful study of the
principles of caucuses, and a sedulous
attendance at ward meetings, to the po
sition of a common councilman. alch
ing bis cbauces, and aided by a fe
licitous investment in a share in
faro-bank, or a lucky partnership in
a lottery office, he ascends, by steady
Drogresa. to the dignity ot Alder
man. Skilled now in the politician's
art, and tilled with an enthusiastic love
for the people, he jobs some market
some street railway, or some other pa
triotiu enterprise, and suddenly appears
nt the opera or in tbe park as a million
aire, splendid in diamonds, purple, and
fine linen, sumptuous in the costliness
and beauty of bis equipage. In time
waxing higher, greater, and more useful
in tbe social scale, in proportion to the
increase of his well earned tortune, he
buys the futest horses in tho world
builds the largest house in the world
drivos eight in band, combines ' in
Erie and Pacific Mail, throws thousand
dollar diamonds to pret'y ballet girls
and finally -finis coronal oput goes to
Mr. Greeley on Female Suffrage.
Mr. Horace Greeley, who, though
generally supposed a friend of woman
suffrage, recently brought forward
report adverse to the adoption of that
measure in the constitutional convention
of New York, has written a letter to a
friend in England on the subject, from
which the following is an extract:
The key-note of my political creed is
tho axiom that " governments derive
their just powers from the consent of the
governed." I hold that this consent may
be, and often is, tacitly given, but that
it is none the less conclusive on the
account I sought information from
different quarters on the main points,
and all practically agreed in the con
elusion that the women of our State do
not choose to vote. Individuals do ; at
least three-fourths of that sex do not.
I accepted this choice as decisive, just
as I reported in lavor ot enlran
chising the blacks, because they do
wish to vote. The few may not, but the
many do; and I think they Bhould contro
tho decision. We shall have very hard
work to ratily any constitution that cu
franchises the blacks. Had we exlendod
the suffrage to women we should have
been voted down by hundreds of thou
sands. It seems but fair to add that
female suffrage seemAo me to involve
the overthrow of the family relation as it
has hitherto existed. If the time shall
ever come when Mr. Biggs shall be an
aotivo member of the Democratic, and
Mrs. Biggi of the Republican county
committee, in one of our excited politi
cal contests, I suspect that it will soon
take two houses to hold them.
New Discoverios at Pompeii.
Senator Fiarelli's workmen are con
stnntly uoearthing new treasures at
Pompeii. Ono of the most recent is
strong box. It was evidently covered
with thin plates of iron. The front is
ornamented with bronze bas reliefs
which are almost uninjured. There are
a man's bead, from its grotesqueness sup
posed to be a mank, two busts ot women
two genii, and the hend of adog. Around
thesti in a eire'e of ivy leaves.
All are finely and carefully engraved.
The nenii are thought by some who have
seen tin in to equal Liberty's heads of
angels on the famous bronze doors of the
Baptistery of Florence. The dog and the
ivy of course symbolize vigilanco and
fidelity. The busts are thought to be
family portraits. Tuo bouse in which
tho box wns found is south of the city on
the Castillamare side.
In the same quarter a decaj'ed wooden
box yielded a specimen of tbe gold bullas.
worn by the children ot rich families
It opens, and has a little hollow place in
the center. On it is a buckle in filagree
work, through this passed tho ribbon by
which it hung from the child's neck.
Five gold rings were found, a very mod
em looking breastpin, a broken bracelet,
ear rings of an entirely new pattern,
emeralds, stones engraved but not
mouuted, silver spoons of different sizes,
and a large amethyst of great value, on
which are two figures, which are believed
to be Apollo and Cupid.
It is supposed that this bouse, so pro
lific of jewels, was the shop of a lupidury.
J6f The Louisville Courier, of Mon
day, says :
Our city was treated to an extra sen
sation Saturday afternoon. The evening
paper published a rumor of Brownlow's
death, and the newsboys were flying
through town, proclaiming the awful ti
dings at the lop of their voices. Papers
sold like hot cakes, aud no doubt the
newsboys would be glad if somebody
would kill the old cuss every day. ,
It was amusing to see with what for
titude our citizpns received th mournful
intelligence. They did not exhibit any
outward signs of the pangs which were
rending their souls, bat their grief was
inward and silent, and of theexcrutiating
type, which requires numerous and fre
Brownlow should have been here Sat
urday. A Mexican Liberal Heroin.
The war that has just come to an end
in Mexico had its heroines like most
other wars of its kind. None of them,
however, was so well known as Ignaeia
Hichy, a native of Jaliseo and daughter
of Spanish parents. She entered the
ranks of the liberal army when the
Fi.'neh invaded the country. She per
formed many prodigies of valor, and
became an aid on the staff of General
Arta;a, wbo was e xeeated hv Mender,
at Uruapan, i" October, lStij, and
became a prisoner with bim. When
Arteaga and his companions were shot
she refused to be pressnt at the execu
tion, and blew out her own brains with a
pistol in prison sooner than remain
prisoner in tbe bands of tbe Imperialist.
Fineen Cent Per Wek.
I. 0, MATTHIWS, CArT.J.C.ALHiXDHa
Uu r uwu, msiumvi a c. uw r rriv't Pguu, him.
MATTHEWS & ALEXANDER,
Manufacturer's Agents for the Sal of
GEXERAL COSVISSIOX MEBGITTS,
No. S7S Hocoiul Ht.,
Ayres Buildino, Opp. Court SyuiRK,
Have Vor Hale
25 MILTIURNE'S CELEBRATED IRON
25 MIT.mTRNR'S CKLEBRATED THIM-
HI.E-SKKIN WAUONS-over .100 sold in
Memphis : all warranted for 12 months
and only 12 50 damages claimed for break-
50 CARVER (HNS. from 40 to 80 taws, wood
and iron frame.
25 TODD'S IMPROVED BUILOCIC COT
TON PRESSES doublo reared and to
work by crank. Two men can make 100
10 TODD'S IMPROVED HORSE POWERS.
for running tiins andOrist Mills the finest
JAMES TODD STATIONARY ENGINES,
ol all siios irora Zii to luo-aors powor,
TODD'S PI.ANTNO MIf.T.S AND WOOD
WORKINa MACHINERY, of all kinds.
lumisaed at snort notice.
PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES, of all siios,
trom i to du-horse power.
STATIONARY ENGINES", of all sixes, from
Xv to nu-tiome power.
SINGLE AND DOUBLE
Todd's and other makes.
GIN SEGMENTS, for 10 and 12 feet whoels.
RAILROAD AND LEVER II0RSE POW
ERS, 2, 4 and 8 horse power.
75 TONS OF IRON TIES (low to the trado)
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 closo
110 AND 12 nORSK POWER PORTABLE
ENOINE.seoond-hand. low for cash must
1 A HOUSE POWER, second-hand, cheap.
loSTlORSR pnwi'ii STATIONARY EN
(1INE and SAW-MILL all complete-can
bo bought mw.
2 SO SAW and20)SA!V GINS(bat little used)
low for cash.
1 DANIELS' PLANING MACHINE cuts
31 inches wide and 2j feet long can be had
at a bargain.
TLOWS of all kinds :
COR N-SH KLLERS:
REAPERS ANB MOWERS:
LATH MACHINES :
WHEAT DRILLS :
LILLIE'S FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF SAFES
D BERING COTTON PRESSES?
COTTON PLANTERS :
COTTON SCRAPERS ;
-WOOD AND IRON-WORKING MA
CHINERY, of all kind, ordered on short
notice, and furnished at manufactii-ers1
LIVINGSTON St POST,
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
AXD A OUVKtAL aSOOKTM INT.O
HEAVY AD SHELF HARDWARE,
lTore Powers, Etc., Etc.
STRAUB'S CORN MILLS.
E. CARVER CO.'S COTTON GINS,
INGERSAL'S PORTABLE COTTON
LANK k BODLEY'S SAW MILLS.
WOOD A MANN'S PORTABLE ENGINES.
350 MIn Street,
MKMPHW, ... TENN.
ARROW COTTON TIES.
ORGILL BROS. A CO.,
Sole Agents in Memphis,
GCLLETT'S STEEL BRI'H COTTON OIX
Price V 00 per Ssw, iir.ri:l''y csi'h.
OK'. I LI, HHOS. C..
bol. Agent ia Memphis.
M RVIN h CO.'S (5 ft K ATT. Y CKLVHR -TLD
FIKK is, kt'RitLAK PROOF ftAFK.
fr Busioe-s li--"!'. .ni liaake-s ; mien, PAK-
lH or s LA 1 K .FKS. at Msna'u-ts.-or
prices. OKi. let, iK'if. a uj.,
o! Aftsu ia ii.mpa.s.
1800 FOXKS FF.FNCH WINUOW GLASS.
Imported dir't aad f- r ! Fv
i-uo OktilLb 1.HOS. a
IIEDUG'TIO.V I lMtlC'E
OF A '
TN CONSIDERATION OFTIIE8CARCITY
of money, and In order to place It within
th reach of all, w have roduc.d lb pri", of
KINO OP CHILLS
To the low prleeof ONE DOLLAR per Bottle. .
This is the most powerful and curtain coin
pound aver introduced for the permanent
eradication of all forms of Cbills, Int' ruiittint,
Remittent and !illioua Fevers, N.uralirla,
Dumb Chills, Sun Pain, and all thma malarious
alTeclioni so common throughout the Southern
eountrr. It la put ur in large bottles, with
plain directions, is plnasant to the tails, and
does not etloot the bead, ears or nerves,
WHAT IT CAN DO.
It cleanses th Stomach. arouea th Liver,
opens tbe Bowels, and earrles of all llillious
Miller, effecting- quick and permanent curua,
Who have not become aecliinattd, and are con
stantly troubled with a Chill or Fever, who ar
llillijui and full of Aches, and feel ao indispo
sition to get about, should, by all means, us
this truly valushl. Medicinal Compound, which
Is prepared by Physicians of Twenty Years' ex
perience in this malarious country.
Who have no time to lose, fooling with various
mixtures of the day, and who have no money
to throw awav, could not do better than to
spend On Dollar for th A'.Vtf OF C II 1 1. I.U
and b cured !' all f rms of Chills, Fevnr, Etc
Its taste is pleasant, and It never atlect th
head or cart.
MECHANICS OF MEMPHIS,
Your time Is roonev, and why do you continue
with the Chills. Fevers, etc., losing so muck of
your precious time when a remedy is so near at
band and so cheap. Our remedy builds up th
system, p'acing it upon a good funndntion,
remodels by purging the system of all Haws,
and placi ynu on foot with sound timber.
Send and procure one bott'e. and b prma
nently cured. Price only One Dollar.
FARMERS AND PLANTERS
Visiting the city would greatly consult their own
Interest by purohasin? a. supply of this never
failing King of Vhilla. Much time can be
saved by caring the Cbills immediately, and
this medicine uproots tbe disease and so
destroys th canse that it will not return, as it
dees when cured with quinine.
MERCHANTS AND CLERKS,
Why will you lose so many golden moments of
ynur life, in shaking and complaining ot chilly
sensations, Fevers, Headaches, pains in the
Bones and Joints. Lassitude, Billiousncss, etc.,
when th. insiirnilWant sum of One Dollar will
apeedil restore you to he-ilth, vigor and buoy
ancy ? It is pleasant to the taste, produces no
roaring or buzxiug in the heal, no ringing of
tbe ear, but actsqftioklynnd eiTccttiaily. After
using on bottle you will have no other in your
MOTHERS AND FATHERS
Wba have pale, swarthy, puny, and sickly
children, bavins litt!e or no appetite, imperfeot
digestion, inactive liver, indisposition to piny,
hut ara oross, pccvi.'h and drooping about, with
slight fevers sometime during the day, can be
erTactually restored to the bloom of health, by
giving small doses of tbe King of Chills four or
Ove times a duv. Do not forget tbe name,
Droraeireole ft Co.'s KING OF CHILLS. Price
$1 (W. Sold by all Druggists. J. P. Imoa
noot.g A Co., Proprietors, 'Jul Main street,
Possesses charms in proportion to her health,
and sh measures a husband's love by the inte
rest ho evinces in her welfare whileshe is sink.
Now, if you wifh to retain intact your wifn's
love and afrectinn undiminished, and desir
that she regain her health and former beauty,
you should, by all means procuro one bott'e at
ENGLISH EE MALE BITTERS,
A compound that is actually restoring health
to mora sickly females than all other remedies
combined. It only proposes to cure those
JIterine Complaints peculiar to the female sex.
t is indorsed by the medical profession all
over the country, as it is no secret nor patent,
and effects cures -ooiiujMeouros-arter.all other
OLD AND YOUNG FEMALES
Have long noedod a medicine that wonld relieve
them of all those Female Complaints and
Irregularities which prove so troublesome all
over the Southern eeuntry, and thoy can now
confidently rdvupon 'he curative powers of th
English Fetnalo Biffer. It arnn.es, restores
and regulates. I,s cures are rapid and perma
nent. If troubled with painful, suppressed or
Irrevular Menstruation. Hytorios, Lnucorrhoea
or Whites, Falling of tho Womb, Ulceration of
the Wcrr.h,-CM'-rc, and all t'uu. symptoms
which follow, this medicine will relieve you.
THAT YOUNG GIRL,
Whose bloom has lenartad from her cheeks ;
whose eye has Inst its lustro; whose intellect
has Inst its brightness; whose countenance
betokens gloom and donpair; who ispalo, ema
ciated, feeble, lifloieas, repulsive with palpita
tion of tha heart, swimming of the hoad, odd
feet and hands, can bo restored to perfect health
and beauty by using th English Female
As you value your lifo, and health, and per
sonal charms; as you are now troubled with
some complaint peouliitr to your sex: as you
have be 'n under treatment of some physician
without benefit s as yon have nearly concluded
that your case eannot be reached ; let us insist,
let us nrge you to 1 v a.ido vour fears and orR.
Judioes.in regard to JacVertised remedies, for
ens time in your lite, and try one single bottle
of English Female Bitters.
We are well aware that many persons snnb
at the idea of using an article that is adver
tised, and w know of many muhbinp individ
uals in this community, and if they had their
way, many ol them would snub all you sickly
females in your graves. Cannot, a worthy medi
cine be advertised r r-end immediately, and
procure a bottle of this powerful Uterine and
General Tonic, and regain yourhealth, strength
and color. Sold by all Druggists.
J. r. DKOMUOOLK CO.. Proprietors,
S01 Mllln .friM't. f..n'-bi.
$1,000,000 IN WATCHES!
FOB SAI.S ON THE W&HPLLR
ONE PRICE PLAJV.
G1VINQ KVKRT PATRON A
Iladsome nud Sellable Watch I
For the low pries of Tux Dolliks I
WITHOUT REGARD TO VALUE
AND NOT TO HI PAID FOR
Unless lrfectlr tSut itiictory
100 Solid Gold Hantin? Watches.-I2.i0 fo IIDOO
lis) Magic Cssed Gold Watclis,. LM'I to 6sJ
lili Ladies' Watches, Ennmc cd... loo to UnO
lioJG.ild Hunt's Chro'r Watches, i.'.i to
3h) Hold Hunting English Levurs, 'Jimi to i,0
:m Gold Hunt's Hupl'x Watc'ies, l.'sl to l
!k1Gold Hunt'gAmer'n Watches, 100 to 2M
MMSil-er Hunting Levers 5 1 to 1MI
5ifl Si'ver Hunting Duplexes,-. 75 to 2's)
Mm (lol l Ladies' Wat -bes SO to 5.S1
pssi Gold Hunting Lnines Mto 75
Hsl Miscellaneous Silv'r Watches, fio to lt
'."oil Hnatinv Silver Watehe. 55 t, sl
5OU0 Assorted Watches, all kinds,. 10 to li
Every patron obtains a Watch by this ar-
raigement, costing but 10. while it may be
ortta 101K1. .Aop-trruiuysAoica
W. wih to immediately dispose of the shore
magnificent stock. Certificates, namin. th.
articles, arc plc.d in scaled envelopes, and
well mixed. Holders are entitled totfiearti
rles named o their e-rtificat. uion payment
of Ten Hollars, whether it he a U etch worth
llftOU. or one worth less. The return ot any of
ourrertifioates entitles you to the art He named
thereon upon payment, irrespective of iu worth,
and as ao article r slued less than 10 is named
on any certiucat., it wi.l at ore be seen that
jVo Lottery, but a Straightforward Zc
gitimate Transaction, trhich may
be participated in eren by
the nonf fastidious !
A single ee.iili-at will be sent by mai', post
faid. npoa recciot o' ISccr.t", Br. for . tlrrca
or t2 thirty thre. and detract premiam for
Sixty ix and Dior valuable prr-n'am f r
10, one hundred aad id st super W.rra for
IS. To Agents, or Ui ie wi.hmg e ri I ru'.nt,
this a rarr opportunity. It i. a 1-ntimate y
enderted bu.ftess. !ulr authorised br th
Oorcrnmcrt. a-d opto, to the most careful
scrutiny TRY fsl
WEIGHT, DR0. & CO., Importers
161 BROADWAY, Ntw Yost
'I'uK l'l,AVTKi:' K'MKUJNii,
I MLK STAttl.S A N I .T'K'K LOT.
Ni. v., .nd .V frecoai .tret. bl wm I ei"J
and G.r.o. i now rem ir to Nkc -sr. of b-i.rt-ing
horM. at ih i',w rrv. t -T r-r morta.
r-tns'-e (l. r-,i. A -m' 1.r -f.r .im
nil". 'J'HiI' H- y I. J' ''I W A I ; R , At :
CAhFFl L lih'.x VS. C.r. II. A. L"CM
.as rbsrre. and wtil b ba py W Wait all
w k eatl i ana. li
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