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A"DVKMTlhKMKNT(jAhK INHKHTID IN this I'nlnuin el 75 e-iile t line per eaotitb. "rwttRY l'UAfhl.'(MtTllOl)Itl').COh. J llernendo and Linden at roets. 11 UIUUS 4 V KTKHSON. COAL DKALKHH, oti.ce U Madison street. .laul I M A i'vkI' H i KCH I'lIU PAN V. I ( i Main utroot, J. H KdtiiondMU. agent. i Va V C K. M. C. A CO- AUCTION KKKS, ?u6 V cord street. 7 1 la r p7 van c k a an'dkrson. attor Kj noya-at-Law. K.ldea Huildiut. 14 Madison street, .vteiupms, lenn. -OALVAKY ClIiIUOll (KIMSCOHAL). COR Second and Adama su., rt". Dr. hite. 1KNTK AL M r.TllODlST nil'HCII. 171 I i lli,..ir.i. Hv. J. T. 0. Collins, pastor TiTrrdsfi Tn chiTrcii. cor. J-Jnukn J and Mulberry streets, Kev-JirjCeakey. SoNi.R Ml ATION Ah'V N ION CHUHCll. i linl.m .troet. bet. Third and Po't.to. c V ' 1 1 1 ' ' - v " . : "ii J Kl.l Tr.), cor. neeonn ami monr mim n UMBKRLANUP rl E 8 1J I i Ml A ft j Church. Court St.. bet. Hcoond and I hlrd. 1) 1) n nuThTNMiN. J. W. A BKO. COTTON Factors. 1" Front jtrert. .K'IMhOULK CO., UKUUlllBTS, niu.. sol Main etr-et. net. Oaynao and MrC ill. TincanTromkrt p.. at to km by at LjMSHKR, AMIS A CO., M ARHI.K AM ritone woma. oor. zi nun Anumi ata. rIRrfT M ETHObisf CilURCil. BECONI 1.MKST UAPT1SX CHURCH, SECOND at., near Adams, Rev. A. B Miller. 1 ' M K ST H H EiB Y IK HI AN C II U KCH .COR. TJUNNKKY. JOSEPH. FRACTICAIj 1' PlumberOn nd 8tem Pips Fitur, 6J lenrrsim iirrat. 7VAY0S0 SAVINGS , INSTITUTION. Aerr. CmhTer. John C- L""'"'- rM t "Track ciucu (epihcopai.. uhk- I T n.n.lA irt. Iic-t. Ponloloo Mi4 Vsnpa. G 7Ti nTvuKR. J.. DEALER IN BPKCTA- T elan. 217 Main afreet. H KAhlTtKWIS rRAZKK. ATTOR niv at Law. R. F. cor. Second and Union. FRNANDO INSDrANCB COMPANY, 17 Madiunn ct., S. B. Williamon. Prci U H KNRY, VM.. JOR PRINTER, UK MAD ion utraet. nn rtnira. k I "nrFrTnce.-lindsey A VHEDEN- lll'KUH. Auenia, H ma.nmn ptrart. iw K RAL8 A CQ DRY GOODS. NOTIONS, . Ol'l U JTn tnaA naur nta f AHmnl ctn,( tniiMom bilh in.-! .w. "J T Ttti vtoV CO.. Ilw'SUUANCK Ad'TS. TTKMPHIS A OHIO RAILROAD DEPOT, (,1 of Main afreet. ATTHEW8 A ALEXANDER. AGRl- riillural Implemenf", HI econ(l afran. AT EMPHIS CITY TRANSFER COMPA- ny a (.Hioo, i .i-neraon aira-i. 1 IDOU. T. 11., ATTORNEY AT LAW, NO. Z Jeff raon afreet. . iLKfi A STODDARD, AUCTIONEERS, nuthwaat corner M aln and 0 ayoao ata. M ONSARRAt A CO.. AUCTIONEERS, litua i iomk . US'IC, PIANOS. CABINET 0RGAN8. Musical Inatrumenta and Musical Mer- ehnndiae. at F. Katenhcn-. .117 wain ai M OORK A WKST, INSURANCE AG'TS, IV Yr . cor. main ana hibuieuu VTORTH A MURPHY, WHOLESALE dcalera in Fancy rtnoda, etc., 327 Main at. TTaCKER. II. B., DEALER IH PITTS Jt bun ooal. NO.JW. Mln it. TJAINT STORE, PAINTERS' MATEi J ala. McDonald J?IJiMorirocjt. r" f;ff!IO"MMfSSI0J!ERS' OFFICE, No. Vi Madiaori afreet. TSTOVFTcE. CO'R. JEFFERSON AND r Third af recta, R. C.fliat. Poa'maafer. E ANKIN. STUROIS CO., FRUIT PRE acrvli'K Home. N. 4nfl Shelby at. BIV2 1CB A KNULK. DEALERS IN DRY , flooda, Maio atrect. OYSTER, TREZEVANT A CO., AUC- tioneera, 77n hcconrt airoct T)USSF.LL. GROVK A CO., HA YUKO PbA IVning MiM, 212 Adams itre'-t, enst of the , Bayoo. OMITH A LEECH, WHOLESALE DEAL- O ere in Elinor". Ml fcconn aircei. OMITH. CHAS. F.. AOENT FOR "OLD CI Rolinlile Fraidtit Line." 9 Mndiaon treet. WAYNE, ,T. T.. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office, in Woodniff Block, 175 Main at. HS fydND PRESBYTERIAN CUURCII. cor. Main and Ronl atrenta. . ST. M ARY'S GERMAN CHURCH (CATII 01.10), cor. Market aid Third atreeta. OT. LAZARUS CHURCH (EPISCOPAL), O Madison atrcct. eaat cf Third. rjT. MAY'S CHURCH (EPISCOPAL), O Por-lar atrent. near Alabama. OT.PETKR'SCHURCH (CATHOLIC), COR. O Adama and Third atreeta, rpjTUS A CO., COTTON FACTOHS AND J Cninniiaaio Merclianta, 10 JetToraon at. flUUI DBAII A DUK E. COR NEK MADISON I and Second ata.. oval in jewelry, etc. liOWNES A TORRANCE, COTTON FAC- tora. ..I'tt p rini at, eot. ftiOBACCO AND CIOAKS-A LARGE AND 1 Biiperior at ck at Thurmond, FoaterACo. a, Tohacooni'ta, 7 Monroe afreet. Y AN VOAST, G. W., LOTTERY AGENT, No. 2" Jett eran atreec HITMORE A CO., STEAM JOB PKIN- tera. Yi Mafliann atreei. YEOMAN. S. P.. ATTORNEY. OKFIUK, (with Wright A MoKiasick), Kit Williami B'nck. t GREAT CLEARING SALE! nil ion LIKDflUER, ARfiOLD & CO.'S, Wo. .111 Main Slrccl. WY. ARE DETERMINED TO RETIRE from the Dry Goods Business, and conse quently oficr our 'IMMENSE STOCK . Of DRY GOODS, AT UXPRECEDENTEDLY IOW RATES! M-t LUMBER, LATHS, AND - C0O.00O feet Cypress Lnrabcr; 200,000 " Poplar 300,000 laths and Shingles. T IIAVE ON HAND AND AM CONST ANT 1 It eawinu a full a.iri'ly ef CyprcM and P.17 lar Luinher of all dimension", Latin and!tiin tlc: and am rrernred io fid nrdrra on anort Buiire.atLort KM'CASH PRICt. -Mill and I.oml cr 'itrd on 0 nv immediately north of .Uayou Gayoao. IeMS-CAS1I. i VESABIA 00 D . inn CORDS DRYWOOD,AT 50 PER w'i:!C,, " VFNATII.F'S PAW MTI.L. coal! coal: ooal: ASA SII1M.TON A CO.. COTTON TAC l.-.ia and i..tMnii(n 11 rrfl.anta. ar nnw 1.11 )rd to (urn fh a fv1 c'"c. at ..r..l.. lar " r larrf 1 at )m J. Ordcra Inr cl mint tA Itfi at the otl.re. ruom 7 Coul'er Uhxk. lvawoe airceU 77-lit" I D lly Uhhuiore A Co. VOL. V. PUBLIC LEDQEIt. miustuD j EVERY AFTERNOON. EXCEPT SUNDAY. ar Efc WHITMORE- AXD F. A. TYLER. Under th Una nam of WHITJIOIt 1-3 te CO., AT No. 13 Madlion Stttitt. Tha Pobuo Lunula, is serred tnClty unacrl bera by faithful camera at FIFTEKN CENTS per weak, payable weekly to the carriers. 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It not so marked, they will ba inserted for on month and chanted accordinxly. Advertiaouicnta published at intervnla will be churned Una Dollar per equaro ior cacti inser tion. All bills for advertiainff are due when con tracted and narahla on demand. on. A II lottera, whether iipua bnsinesi or otherwise, must be artiirtwoci to WHITMOHB CO.i . Pnhlifihcra and Pronrictnr. t&" Juarez sleeps now in Carlotta'i bou, and bis daughter in Maximilian's. S6yMr8. Yelvertoa is reading in Providence this week. , She is a failure. IST" Caroline Richings was married on Saturday to Mi P. Brainard at Phil adelphia. ISy Si(t. Moses MoBtGori has eone to look after the wants of the Jews in Roumania. '' BGFMri. GaNies has gone back to New Orleans to prosecute her claims for the estate of Daniel Clark. Bsa,Edward A. Pollard, recently shot by young Wise, in Baltimore, is not out of danger. His arm may possibly re quire amputation. IS? Mr, Bateman has received a letter from Offenbach, felicitating bim on the manner in which the Grande Duchesse has been brought out ia New York. aa5" An iconoclast of the name of Mayer has smashed Logan, not the learned boy from Illinois, but the original aboriginal Logan, proving him to have been & most debauched and thievish savage. Charle Mulheirn, of the canton of Uri, in Switzerland, has been fined 800 francs for refusing to accept an office. This incident is so different from anything in the exp-rience of Americans that we can hardly appreciate it. B6T Mr. S. N. Pike is the owner of about five thousand acres of the Newark marshes, near New York, and, with another large owner,- is organizing a company to drain and reclaim these vast tracts. They have adopted a system of diking by means of walls of cast-iron plates. I6rMi8s Rebecca Clapp, nearly ninety-one years old, walked from New Braintree to West Brookfield, Mass., seven miles, on the last day of October, to pay her taxes and save the discount. She carried a heavy buntjle, and the next day walked home. Miss Clapp has ac cumulated a property of 110,000, and owns a large farm on which she lives alone. J Mr. Dickens visited the Boston school Bhip, the other day, and made a speech to the apprentices, winding up with, " Boys, just do air the good you can, and don't make any fuss about it," Dickens is receiving the courtesies of some of the Boston literati. lie has already been dined by Longfellow, Holmes, Lowell, and several others. Dickens is reported very quiet and in dustrious, spending most of his time in writing for his weekly paper at home, although he receives about fifty requests daily for bis autograph. Ilia readings at Boston commence next Monday evening. tSf A revolting tiurder was perpe trated at Hartford, Thursday night, by burglars, the victim being Richard Brad ley, an old man of eighty-one years. Bradley was a mild, inoffensive old man, with no family, who for years has sup ported himself in his small, dusty, ancient looking shop, as a watch and clock repairer. He was a very singular man, and was known to be in the habit of hiding jewelry and old gold and silver in odd places in his store. On one occa sion some years since be placed a box containing a large q;ntily ef gold, for safe keeping, in an orifice in the chimney where the store pipe was placed in the winter. It remained thtre for some months, concealed by a paper pasted over it, and was entirely forgotten by the owner when months afterward be wanted to find it At other times he has been known to conceal large quantities of sil ver under the stove, covered with the ashes. His two murderers were caught I!tth are desperadoes, and one of them was married two daji before committing the murder. u MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 7, ISP A correal, ondeut of the Nashville Banner of react sends to (hat paper the following interesting extracts, which he has gathered in uii antiquarian re searches : The first is from the Christian Agis ter, published at Antiocb, A. D. 42 : The infant Church of Antiocb is at present favored with a visit by those highly distinguished brethren, Barnabas and Paul. It would be diflicult to give an adequate idea of the sensation occa sioned by the preachinpnnd acts of these extraordinary men. Multitudes (loci to bear them, and the Church is already receiving large accessions through tbeir ministry. For cogency of reasoning and power of speech, Antiocb has never known the like. The peoplo sitentranced, and seem scarcely able to tell whether they are men or angels. We would advise all who have not heard tlifm to avail themselves of the first opportunity to see and hear these wonderful raoi. From tho Athenian Mercury, pub lished at Athena, Greece, A. D. 61 : Our city, long so celebrated for letters and arts, bas been thrown into great ex citoment during the past faw days. A Jew, named Paul, a leader of the sect of the Nazarenes, arrived here recently, and for several days has becu engaged in discussions with our philosophers ynd others whom be met in the mtttket 5 lace; and has also discoursed to the ews in their synagogue. Yesterday some of the Epicureans and Stoics en countered bim, and as he announced the now and startling doct.ines of his sect, they brought him to that angost tribunal, the -Areopagus, where he might bo beard and judged by our illustrious judges. His de fense, if such it might be called, was the most extraordinary ever heard in this city. Ho boldly charged upon philoso phers tho lowest superstition, and pro ceeded in a strain of eloquence, such as bas not been beard in Athens since the days of Demosthenes. His logic is as severe as that of Aristotle; wbile his rhetoric is far superior to all that was ever taught in the school of Isocrates, or even in that of Gorgias of Leontium. It would be impossible to describe the effects produced by this wonderful dis course oftbis most wonderful man. One of our mosteminent citizens, Dionysius the Areopagite, became a convert to the new faith, and the illustrious lady, Damaris, and others, also professed the same faith, etc., etc. From the Corinthian Mirror, pub lished at Corinth, A.D. 51: The distinguished Jew, better known as Paul, the apostle to the Gentiles, is at this time on a visit to our city. Born atiXarsuB, in Cilicia; educated in Jeru salem, under the tuition of the learned Rabbi, Gamaliel; in early manhood noted for the zeal with which he perse cuted the Nazarenes; but afterward mi raculously converted to that faith which he once sought to destroy ; he has at tained a celebrity which might satisfy the ambition of the most aspiring Greek. The astounding miracles he has per formed, and the immortal discourses he has delivered, have already filled the world with his fame. While he modestly disclaims all the arts of speech and the enticing words of human learning, all who hear him are wrapt in admiration of this transcendent genius, and fascinated and spell-bound with his eloquence., His 'devotion to the cause in which he is engaged knows no bonnds. Regardless of the distinctions of life and society, he is here the guest of Aquila and Priscilla, two humble Israelites, who were driven from Rome by the intolerance of Clau dius Cttsar, and who are here occupied in the lowly employment of tent makers. The illustrious Paul, having been taught this trade in his youth, cheerfully labors with them. It in obvious to all who have heard this distinguished man that HI WAS BORN AN APOSTLE.' From the same, date A. D. 55 : The Church of Corinth and our com munity generally have been recently electrified by the appearance among us of a most eloquent Jew named Appolos. He is a native of Alexandria, but came to this place from Ephesus, where his oratory won for him tho highest admira tion, atid contributed greatly to the in crease of tho Church. It is said that his ministry here promises to be equally successful, especially among the Jews, whom be is mightily convincing of the truth of Christianity. Indeed, a large farty is already gathering around bim.' t is very seldom that men are pe mitted to listen to such strains of elo quence as flow from the lips of this wonderiul orator, uis voice is ciear anu of immense compass; at times soft, as the sigh of an jHolian harp, and at other times overwhelming as the roar of the sea. Of noble mien and dignmed ap pearance, he wins all hearts to bim at once; but the resistless force of his eloquence nothing can wnnsiana. m is a born orator. You may imagine, my dear Doctor, what pleasure it affords me to look over the files of these early and authentic periodicals. I will not, at this time, venture to intrude further npon your columns, or I might furnish equally in teresting extracts in reference to other distinguished gentlemen of that day ; such as Titus, Timothy, etc. ; but I am persuaded that these extracts will satisfy you. They are suggestive, and I should not be surprised if so persevering an an tiquary as I know you to be should find in tbem more than I have done. As yet I have drawa from them two reflections, Til! 1st. now much embarrassed St Paul must have been in his ministry, wherever thoaei naners circulated, and bow un comfortable be must have felt when he arose to preach, under the conviction that the assembly were moat ourious to bear the man of whom they bad heard so much, than anxious to receive the Spirit by whom alone they could be rcgeneraied and saved. As be was so great an iconoclast, I wonder he did not destroy those printing offices, and throw the forms into pi. 21 How much human nature in the pineteetith century is like to what it was in the first! Good nicht ! I find that some of mrJatt papers have given me a nightraar". or a watixa cuis. YibV truly, Clio. Ur- Tburlow Weed lives in a mansion oa Fifth avenne. New York, worth tJO, 000, with a maiden daughter of his, who acts ai housekeeper. r'v-f1 I.AtUJI ST CITY CIBCVLATIOX. Testimony of the Notorious Ashley. Tbe following is tho concluding testi mony before the Impeachment Commit tee by Ashley. It speaks for itself, and shows plainly that be had for a long time made his bed with criminals: On November 23d, Congressman Ash ley was examined as the last witness in the impeachment investigation. He testified that he had presented to the Committee all of the evidence that he could command to sustain the charges mode ngainst the President; that he did write a letter dated July 22, 18(17, sug gesting a pardon for Dunham, alias Con over, then and now in prison for perjury, before this Committee; that Messrs. Kndford, of New York, and Rogers, of New Jersey, Democratic Congressmen, also favored Conover's pardon ; that he (Ashley) had four or five interviews with Conover while the latter was in jail; that Conover promised to give informa tion which would lead to obtaining two or threo lottera purporting to have boen written by Andrew Johnson to Jefferson Davis; that he corresponded with Cono ver on this subject ; that the letter states that ho knew of a letter written by the President, which would implicate Mr. Johnson in the assassination of Lincoln, but that he (Ashley) looked upon the statement as too vogue and that it was never worked up. Q. Have you not slated to members of Congress that you had evidence implica ting the President in Mr. Lincoln as sassination ? A, No; not evidence in my possession. I may have said that I had statements made in writing and otherwise by this man, which induced me to believe that I may have said that. Q Have you ever brought the evidence on which you believe it before this Com mittee? A. No, sir. I have spoken to mem bers of the Committee about it; I have had no evidence which I regarded as valid. It was an isolated statement here and there, and not sufficiently Strong to warrant me in pressing it. Q. Then you say you had no evidence aguinst Mr. Johnson which you consid ered valid T , A. Yes; I bad no evidence which I regarded as sufficient before a jury to convict a criminal. Q. By Mr. Eldridge I repeat the ques tion whether you have not told members of the House of Representatives that you had evidence in your possession which satisfied you that Mr. Johnson bad taken part-or was implicated in the assassina tion of Mr. Lincoln? A. I have said that I believed that from all I was able to gather during this investigation that Mr. Johnson had a guilty knowledge of the assassination. Q. You have said that before. I repeat the question as I put it before, and I want an answer to it speciucaliy. Ashley Have I not answered? Eldridge No, sir; I think not. I re peat the question. Ashley I had not that kind of evi dence which would satisfy tbe great mass of men. esnecially the men woo do not concur with me in my theory about it I have always believed that if resi dents Harrison, Taylor and Buchanan were poisoned, and poisoned tor the ex nresa nurnoso of Duttinir Vice-Presidents in the Presidential office. In the first two instances it was successful. It was Rttemnted with Mr. Buchauan and failed It succeeded with Taylor and Harrison. Then Mr. Lincoln was asBassinaloa, and from my standpoint I could c;aie to a conclusion to which impartial men hold ing dilferent views could not come. It would not amount to legal evidence. Mr. Ashley then proceeded to testify that bo never submiltod any eviuence, nor had he made any charge that Air, Johnson was imnlicated in the assassina tion plot. He adds, in concluding his evidcuce, that be paid Sanford Couover's wife somo money lor protessional ser vices in obtaining witnesses. Letter from Gen. Thomas Swing, Jr. We find in the Leavenworth (Kansas) Commercial a terse and pointed letter of General J nomas bwing, jr., upon the political situation. It is addressed to i . , ti . . r t jr Uoi. u. A. Dasseir, oi Lawrence, nansas, and is as follows: Washington, November 18, 1S17, Dear Colonel: I have your letter of tho 10th instant, advising me ot tbe formation of Grant clubs by many of our comrades in ivanBas, and asking my opinion of the movement. I earnestly wish to be in accord with the great ptrty of my Kansas and army friends, and still nope to unite witn them in supporting Ueneral Orant for fresi- dent But I want first to know whether he approves the reconstruction measures ; for if he doos I cannot support him I regard them as mischievous begot of revenge, misdirected philanthropy, and lust of power. I would as soon expect a house to stand on the crater of a living volcano as a State, where whites and blacks being nearly equal in numbers, the whites are proscribed, and the blacks made rulers. Such a government can not long have the heartfelt sympathy of any large body of white men anywhere. Blood is thicker than water, and North ern whites will sympathize with Southern whites in their struggle to shake off the incubus of negro rule. It tLire were no prejudice of race to affect their action, the Northern people would still refuse to reproduoe in the States of the Union Hayti or San Domingo, or any other government and civilisation tbe. negro rare has established since the flood. To punish the Southern whiles for their treason, tho Northern people might pos sibly for a time be willing to afflict them with such governments; but self interest forbids it. It were like tbe fabled war of the belly and the members. The North already groans under the punish, ment being inflicted on the South, and most, besides, pay for the whip. Tbe negro governments, when formed, must be propped np by Northern bayonets; and, however costly, they can never safely be withdrawn. When recon structed, each one of thoae States will be like a magazine all secure while care fully guarded outside, but when left un guarded a chance spark will blow it and all about it to the dcfil. Entertaining these views, I would not support any candidate for the Presidency who indorses tho reconstruction mea sures, eves if they were lawful, still less as I consider them wholly unconstitutional, and full cf danger as precedent. I write you thus explicitly, because I value yonr good opinion, and want Toe to know how I think and feel and meat to act on the stupendous questions which lie around and before tie. Yours, failhful'y, Thou. Ewisg, Jb, ' ir imTK n j i i ii ii ii MACHINERY. S. S. K1TTHBWS. CATT. J.O.iLHiKDSI. UtttfUiU. VtlUMTi S O. Uw ef rrUr-s rriat, MUS MATTHEWS & ALEXANDER, llanufactarsr's Agsati for the lal of Agricultural Implements, MACIIIXEJIY, SEEDS, AS D GEXERAL COMMISSION VERCITTS, No. ere Second St., Aibss Boaniso, Orr. Court Sqcari, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, Uavs F"or Halo 125 MILTtTJBNR'fl CELEBRATED IRON AXLK WAUOKS. 25 MIT.TirRNK'S ciaEBRATET) TITTM-ll,E-HKKIN WAGONS ovr SOD sold tn Masnphist all warranted for 12 months, and onlj $12 50 dauasas olalmad for break as. 60 CARVER GINS, from 40 to 80 saws, wood and iron frame. , 25 TODD'S IMPROVED BULLOCK COT TON PR KSSKS double soared and t work hjr orank. Twe men can mak 500 pound bale. 10 TODD'S IMPROVED IIORSR POWERS, for running Ulns and Grist Wills the finest power made. JAMES TODD STATIONARY ENGINES, of all sues from 20 tu 100-hors power. TODD'H PLANINOMTLT,R AND WOOD WORKING MACHINERY, of all kinds, furnished at short notice. PORTABLE PTEAmTnQINES, of all slses, from 4 to 30-hors power. STATIONARY ENGINES, ef all sites, from 20 to WO-hors power. SINGLE AND D'lUBLK SAW MILLS Todd's and other makes. GIN SEGMENTS, forlo and 12 feet wheels, complete. RAILROAD AND LEVER HORSE POW ERS, 2, 4 and 8 horse power. 75 TONS OP IRON TIES (low to th trade). 100 DOZEN CEDArHbUCKKTS, Iron and brass-bound, assorted (low to the trade), 100 NESTS CEDAR TUBS (low to th trade). 10 BUCKEYE CIDER PRESSES, to olose consignment. 1 10 AND 12 DORslTpOWER PORTABLE KN(1 1 NE, second-band, low for oash must be sold. 1 6 MORSE POWER, second-hand, cheap. 125ITORSE POWER-STATIONARY EN GINE and SAW-MILL all complete can be bought low. , 2 80 SAW and 200 SAw"oiNS (but little used) low for cash. 1 DANIELS' PLANING MACHINE cuts 31 inches wide and 26 feet long can be had at a bargain. PLOWS of all Mmls : FEED CHTTKHS : . CORN-RH K.LLERS; THRE8IIING MACHINES: REAPERS ANU MOVERS i LATH MACHINES: WHEAT DRILLS t LILLIE'S FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF SAFES DEERING COTTON PRESSES COTTON PLANTERS : COTTON SCRAPKHS COTTON SWEEPERS I CULTIVATORS ; CORN PLANTERS: SHINGLE MACHINES. WWOOD AND IRON-WORKING MA CHINERY, of all kinds, ordered on short nofioe, and furnished at manufactu'ers' ANTGHT SESSION. IN CONNECTION with this College, is now Uauiturated. As a tomporarvnrrnnffenient, th.Cliss mof in th r'iu i n wj.M nrtiN niDuiauiu uyucu, NO. .17 t-OUTH CciOht strrrt. The course of instruction is eminently prac tical as well as 'cicntifio. embracinr everything necessary to At young uien for te efficient dis charge of th duties of an accountant and Book-Keeper in a merchant's offioe. Th stu dent goes through precisely the same routine of journalizing, postinr into his ledger, and elosinr his books, and then making nut his bil anc fho l, as he would in ac'usl business. This process is renewed an indefinite num ber of timss, till h beoo s as familiar with thes onersttons. and as expert in performing them. if he bad spent a long apprenticeship in the Counting House. Trkhs For Night Session 'In advance) ona month, 18; three months, t20. 8TKN OGRAPHY, This elegant and beautiful a.rt, so indisnen sak 1. to the public jourralist, the lawyer, oler g man and st dent, and so inrluaMo to 'he bu-inef man, is taught suet' fully in TEN LESSONS for 10. For further information apply to the undersigned, during the usual hours of business, or at night, at the South- ester" t'uhlisuing House. The Nicht SeTsion oummencea at half-nast six and closes at nine. m JOHN TOVELL. Principal. MISS BETTIE C..YANCEY TyiLL OPEN A SCHOOL FOR YOUNO Ladies at her residence. No. (SI Linden straet. commencing Wednesday December 4, IS67. A elass of Boys will also be received. Th Principal will be assisted by competent in structor,. Tr s moderate. ftl-M S . IIINSON, DENT1HT, HAS BETfRNED TO TI1K CITY. AND can ba fnaod at his offic ready t rv his friends and patrons. Office. 233 Maid Bt Clay Buildlnar. TR-10I N OTICE. -THK CB EDITOR OF C. L .GO MAHSINO t CO- ate!.r notifird to present their claims to th wntlersiimed. whilst th.se indebted to ta" Sria r o'ted that prompt paTmeat t- r aird. or claims shU b piaosd ia til kan d of ficni for -oi leiioo A. 4. LU.M1." 111. M-tl Ssu-rivinc Partnar. Fineen Cento Per Week. 1SG7. NO. 83. DRY COODS. READ! READ! IV O HUMBUG! NO CLEARING OUT SALE! NO CLOSING SALE! I!. ARK NOT SELLING OUT, BUT INTEND torsmain her in business. They have but ONE PGEIIOE, AXD THAT IS, THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE. They keep psc with th panic, and' offer Goods at ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICES. On ard after MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25TU, our entlr LARGE STOCK OP DRY-GOODS Will be sold at such prices as will DEFY A IX COMPETITION'. Poplins rsdnced ta 25o ; , Bhspard Plaids rtduced to 12o; Emprtss Cloths, 75t to $1 00; Colored Alpacas, 40 to 78o ; Best colored French Merinos, 60s to tl 00. Also, a largo stock of BLEACHED AND BROWN DOME9TICS, PRINTS. CAS8IMERES, JEANS. LIN 6EYS. TWEEDS, TOWKL8, DA MASK, FLANNEL8, HOSI ERY, NOTIONS. BOOTS AND SHOES. And such Goods a ar kept In a FIRST- CLASS DRY GOODS HOUSE. We call th attention of the Ladies to our CLOAK AND SILK ROOM, Where an shades and qualities of SILKS oan be found. W have also reoeivad new shades of CLOAKING and TRIMMINGS, and are prepared to mak up the LATEST STILES OF CLOAES to ordor, and a GOOD FIT WILL BE GUAR ANTEED! B. LOWENSTEIN & BROS., 242 Main Street, cor. of Jefferson. 61 -So DRY GOODS FOH EVERYBODY! $50,000 SLAUGI1TERBD IGLAUER& PRITZ POSITIVE CLOSING OUT SALE! WILL WIND UP BUSINESS JANUARY 1. GOODS AT RUINOUS PRICES EVERY ARTICLE REDUCED ! COME AND SEE! Goods Plain and Fancy ALL AKE DOWN OUR MOTIVE CLEAR TUEM OUT ! FIPf-A-L SALE! IGLAUER & PRITZ, No. 253 Slain Street, OPPnsTTFT OPP FKT.T-OWS' HATX. JUST RECEIVED IT DENIE & CO., 41 SOUTH COURT 8TRKE. 30O bbl rianter, S30O Firs Ilrick, 300 bbl Cement, 200O lbs Plastering Hair. 74-M COTTON TIES. V .1 I saw FASSMAN'S ALLIGATOR IltO.Y COTTON TIE. TMTFSE TIPS AUK MADKOP THR BEST 1 H.NULISU IKN whii-h is .aiail topre- nt ust. A WHUUHiir tnu. ducki is fastened to nns n l of t hoop: the? require only tu insert th other en. I. without hentlini it kaok, th teolh iiuinediatoly fasten it iunno- . . t u They ar fully tuarantoed, snd any brenkas of imperfert iron "ill e made sond on proper representation. Th bunkle ii university ad mitted a superi r ona. We ura determined th Iron shall be as suarantctd. CIIA.MUKnS AIjATTINO, Omernl Agents, Near Orleans. For sal in Memphis 1IARKIS, COHTRAX CO., MK AC H AM A TKKADWEI.f., And other largo dealers and Uroccrv Mr rhsnti. tf-Wl WATCHES. $1,000,000 IN WATCHES! FOR BALI ON THE POPULAR ONE PRICE PLANi OITIKO IVIBT PATBOW A nadsome and , Reliable Watch I For the low price of Ti DolliksI WITHOUT REGARD TO VALUE AND NOT TO BE PAID POR Unlearn Perfectly HatlMfactory 100 finlid Oolri Hontlnit Watches.-?!. to JlOflfl 100 Maiio Osed Oold Watches... am t 6'S1 10' Ladies' Watches. Fnnme ed.- 100 to Hot) 200 Hold Hunt's; Chrn'r WaichPS. to Xo 2WHJold tlun'insEnslish Levers, Lii to 2.W 300 Oold Hunt's l'upl. x fttn cs, 150 to 200 600 Oold Hunt's-Amnr'n Watches, 100 to J50 510 Ml er Hunting I.otb" - 5" to IN). 500 Silver 11"' ting Huploxos...... 75 to 250 MM) OnH Ladles' Wat hes,- 50 to 250 1000 0ld Dunlin Lo.1ti.-s b to 75 1000 Miscellan-nusHlv'r Watches, 50 to 100 J500 Hnntinr Silver Watche, - 25 to 50 5000 Assorted Watoh. s. all kinds.- 10 tn 75 Every patron obtains a Watch by tVts ar-ra- semcnt, costing but $10. while it may ba worth $1000. A'o partial iu ihmtn I We wish to Immediately d'spoe of the above mainidcent stook. Certificates, naming th artioles, ar pined in settled envolupes, and well mixed, lloldors are entitled tn the arti oles named on their atrtificat upon payment of Ten Dollars, whether it be a Watch worth $1000, or onu worth less The return ot any of our certificates entitles you to the art c'o named thereon upon payment. irrespective of itsworth, and ss no article valued less than 1 10 is named on any certificate, it will at onco be seen that this' No Lottery, but a Straightforward Ze gitimale Tramaction, which may be participated in even by the most fastidious I A single certificate will be sent by mail, post paid, upon receinto 25eo ts, flvo for $ .eleven for $2 thirty-three and eieirart premium for $5, sixty-six and mor valuable premium f r i 10, one hundred and m st superb Watoh for $15. To Agents, or those wishingempb-yment. this is a rare opportunity. It i a I"gitimately conducted business, duly authorised bv th Government, ard open to the most carolul scrutiny. TRY US1 WRIGHT, BR0. & CO., Importers 161 BROADWAY, New Yobk. 17-05 , WONDERFUL INVENTION ! HERE IT IS LOOK AT IT. THE INVALID AND PARLOR SPITTOON. JNO. N. CAYTE'S PATENT. FSAKKLTH, TSIIH., Sopt 17, lSfi7. TVJO COMPLICATION ABOUT IT. NOT liable to get out of ordor. Only two mova ble pieces in theop ratinn of using it the lid, and the lever that raises it. The lever IB plaoerl in the handle, and when the handle is taken bold of the lid rises; when released, tho lid oloses, thereby excluding frura view the entire contents ef the box. It is an ornament for the center table ; does aw ty all the nnplraiintnoss from tho casting off expeotorution about the sick bed. It is as ensilv oleancd us nn ordinary tin cup. Skr on of them and you will novor us any other receptacle for expeotorati n Its cheapness and superiority being so much supe rior than anything ever before ued for tha purpose, and adapted to all cliutsr g and condi tions of our race, in all climates, at home or abroad, by land or by sea. by day or by night, in s cknops and in benlth, in prosperity or ad versity always at your servico ready to sorv you, and almost for nothing only one dollar and for much less te wholesale cutoiners. No man of energv need ever co iplain ofhard times orfearo' starving, if hecan raise even five dollars o begin with. One hundred AtJKNTS WANTED IMMEDIATELY, to aid in supnly ingthe demand. County and Sito Kights lor sale. Come, snd come quickly 1 Delays ar danxeroiw. Disease is in the land. We aay again. evVy family on th glob should have on or more. Col. M. d. CA.YCE. OF MEMPHIS, General Agent for th Unite! States: Hoad- quarters at the Aroade, 300 ieonnd street. NOTICE. HAVING RETIRED FROM TIIB REAL Estate and Ken'al bu-inesnon account of my health, I would hereby I ank the puMio for the libera' patronage that has ben be stooed upon me, an I would re-p -ctlully re commend and oordially ask fo- a jontinuance of the same to my sueee-or8, Messrs. Rr.KI) A WI LSUN. gentlemen of know integrily and business qualifications. (J. W. i'OUL D. SEED. P. . WH.HON HEED V WII.SOX, KEAL ESTATE, REUTAL AND GENERAL BlShE-S AGENT?, Odd Fellow) Hull, MEMPHIS, TKNVE"FE. The Southern Advertiser. "Singer fees &: W Established in 1nV.) Leading Organ of tha German Popula tion of tbe Southwwt. LOUIS WTJBDEKMAK. Editor and Prop'r OFFICE-Cob. Tbid xd J irrxutog e Ta in postoffica Building, hloraphia, Tann. IT? Meeedirgly large circulation through out 'he city and Mat fliers ha inesj m a excellent erpcrtnnily to make th.-ir buines known to the thousands of Gernii.s living ia frcti- n of the roim'rv. I ATTACHMKNT SUIT. A. Tf"h!hry k Co. vs. Wm. Unnnels. Befor P. 11. Ueioneb, Justic of tne i'eaee. IT APPEARING FROM AFFI DAVIT ITi this ease that the defrn.lan. m. bannl. is non-resident of the S-ie -f Te-ne.e. it is, therefor, ordered that he m-ke h ai -px-inH at my m- m the city f M- e-bu or befur the ?:t d .1 ' L--!tb. in iura and there to ead. answer or armor to ct f m.n ams' biii, the xzt betaken i-r (rated, and set fr h-a-in ex rarte : 4 ibat this order be paibh'bel in the '.'en'hia dany Prai-w l.SD,ta one j a eek lor f jui euao-- """" P.H.IIEIXRKH.J.r. HoTember 7, 17. tv-ti