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The lih rf JfT vat e fc it4 a i aratTcrsaiT W Strmi Ui"! bllTi- Ihe iwrkui aat u6-4iti were wattnr war an etker. A Band ef rkT eis in Jaliwow'er rackiaf, aunl nt, eptnjun ao 4 d? Btndrcf rar.fnmi . H....PU'. from Venla .Utethat ismrzenU were f fhtiac Gverment troops I I- Ik. .nhnrh. .f P.eca. acd it wai thourht th.rWotationuts would triumnh. An exten- s.,.ti Pi V. Horth river, de- .t. Aa-amr and freisht hou.M. tt tvuner "pti)D, and two or three propeller., and danmrins other property, with an atti mited Ion of half S million, ; The. Union Facifie railroad it open te bud new COO nilM welt of Omaha. , , A dentructire ball storm luted half an hour at and near San Antcnio oa the I9t&, doint treat dtmxt. Several lives are reported lost Our vericioni teiecrams iaform ns list the secretary of a Senator who voted for acquittal hi,i written a wbjiky merchant at Oalveston thai the " riDr ' had eontiibuted largely te secure Johnson ' acquiUtl. , . A di'patch frcm Lake City, Florida, states that a few dart lince nearly tee acres of a farm ia Hamilton eaunty euddenly rank to a depth of Sfiy feat from the inrfaee, and immediately filled with wtter.: The tallest trees were nib- I merged! The groucd is ttill sinking and It bow . c, . .j .v. ,m over, four acres, Strf and creek, loss themeelves in the rerrounding eountry and fores an outlet ia this way. Tbeee sinks ooca- . . sioaally tccur, but this It lbs largest aver i known. It it understood the Court of Impeachment wiU'adjoum to-morrow without voting on the remaining articles, the Mines-en being unwilling to li.-k another vote at present. v Mr. Stevens is preparing new articles, which he dedares' h wi!I present to the House If the ManagT refuse to receive them. A number of soldiers of the Uth Kansas, to which .ficnatur Ross belonged, burned that genllrman tft efSsr at TnpeVs. Klgnsel (tier Depravattea, For affect on the impeachment iaaue, it wa vociferously declared in Washing ton, daring the trial, that acquittal would be dangerous to so-called " loyal " men ; thnt such men cnuld not then live on harmed in the Sooth; that the Radicals, black and white, would be unsafe here, and that the members to Congress and delegates to the Chicago Convention would never dure to return home. This plain, lie was as well known before the rote at now. Every R-idieil laughed in hit tlpfve when he uttere J the lie to hum bug hit Northern coadjutors, and knew as weVI then that Johnson's acquittal or conviction was of no consequence as to the safety of any Radicals otf the pen iteetiarv, as ha d.iee now, wben no new sign of charge or violence appears in this quarter. Thesx thints only show an ntier depravation of character and morals in a parry which require perjury by twora xneu as its condition of fealty. Perdition it sealed upon it Petwr Wade. A correpondeot says " Wade lately visited a clairvoyant to ascertain Vis chances for the Presidential chair. The lady told him she soulj see nothing for aim, and itt verification has made a pro found impression on old Beo.,who) it per fect' woe-beeone," .. . Theism The nominations at the Chicago "Pen teco-l" are crest'ng no marked interest, eel the Radical press it evidently climb ing e kill ia its effort ta get aa eaeitemeet over them.,) Tb'y eueady fcow d-fr ca!t it w il be to gft any thunder out ef two pigmies. tWleatlwa riwrttl D4iaMtejel the lis. ' It Is Announced that tie ceremonies on the30th Intt .-wiU "in bo respect .par moDiv take of a political or section! f uerac U(." Thlt it saU it thoolil ne..' 4 n tribute is on iu whicV a whole peopl r.n 1oio. end ex-Confederates ai sin cerelf any. Thar ar these fa toe VsriK . to wheat the falUa heree ara mora rtideared by the tin of coneetv e-uiniW- and there ara thote eraonc Ibei anrvivinc comrades to whom they were mora endeared thaa in the. nature of thing they en b to men wae met them on the field of strife. But the tear of the enrviving comrade and relative springs from oo purer source, and wU an more fall trout the sincere keen however the ioU-siiy of Celm in one way exc-4 ht of the other. The trelh i tT layered a ureal and common niistoriuBe, ia wau-n u . , -t.: 1. .V a.. ef the American reopla ba both aldee bae - r4licB. Aad ia a tine ior vooiqqs iamiiu...., ad aboald be aa of com mo a aad I ..v;.. mi tka ear:of the moareer. Lrya!(j i la U iuptted which take each as occaioa to make iin rJmv Beat. H ary lead, it ahould be e chief mourner, whrra a. I bare l e oc- caaioa to moara. Men ho oaly whi:led nd futwaetl during the ir thoaU aot lthrs:MlTei oer prcmiaent. The aarrWiaf comrades, ralatire. an me .kA ' eteriSce and ao profit of iV. r.Ina itnn).i tko the front f " - lacat. Tiat atj other hou!4,do it it ta bad Uta, aad thocks the tendrett tend ailiiiee. Ia thi celebratioa tie mea of ortioa AooWjaia i tie tfo-' a':a3a of reapeet, aad ia the. necessary eoctribatioae- Bat ao cittea of Shelby cootiT should sarade himerlf ia the f.r'roBt. whether he 'tided with the Xjf.h or the Sonth ia the late con while tier is a . FederaJ , sol- afetto Uil prreestian, or a X urttern eitiiea tare to represent k i people, A trlia'.e to Confederate dead in the North bj Sarthetai rteoprhfad''U be locked oa with sutpicion, would be mach tfcora f i: desired efft, as i might be oraearaa ia lhV qaarter a haeiag a mt'ihi aad seiah aspect And wben koaors to the Federal dead are to be navid ia the South, wa-thiek the Soulh.rn "copperheads" should stand aside for ti tame reaion Ia turse remarkt we protest tiai we would not mar the bar moey of the occasion- The truih. my be iicaored ur thrust aside, but its' frank expreuioa is best in the lone rua, tioce it will certainly aeseri itself in spite of aoy ftlots which msy be put upon it. We trntt the occasion may result in increased harmony among all sincere and unselfish men, and in disposing all the living to of jn.t;M and Unth. . " Soldier' aa4 Sallara' CaTewtla." The Soldiers' and Sailors' Convention at Chicsga was only f so-called." There M nothiag to their action indicative of the forgiving nobleness of the soldiers ! and tailors of the United States army, towards those whom on the battlefields they found "foemen worthy of their steel," and whom in their hearts all brave men therefore all the more honor and embrace. It is understood that the Convention was chit fly compooed of members of the " Grond Army of the Republic," which is a secret league rith the negro Bnd covenant with the devil, instead of being bdlia fie extol' diert and sailors at all. ' It it an organi zation of sworn traitors to liberty- The Loniiville Journal says tf it : The reader cannot but he struck by the "spirit of violence exhibited by the mem-' bers of the Convention against ihe r-ubja ted ad heirless people of the Sooth. That spirit it the furthent possible from being a soldierly spirit. We are entirely ,h-t tMl ,0 cMag ihemltitft h0 have been figuring at Chicago, did little or no bcnornhle fight- ! 2l n - i ir .i. log. in the war. lne Drave union sol diers who, by their noble prowesi, broogbt the war to a close, wore per fectly satisfied with the fighting thy had done. They wanted r.o more bloody work. They iodulged in no loud, boit teroot and blustering talk- Thej made nn. ihri - TIipV kent 'wo Wtpntment ,e;nt ,b cor.quered and the disarmed, Tbey felt every disposition to bind op nd -heal, and not to keep open the woonat 01 lormer enemi", rnrmice no onirer. In their eves , "grim-visaited war had smootlit-d his wnnk'ed Iront." Fr otherwise hl it proved to be with the bogut soldiers, the spurious warriors, the couutPrfeit heroes, who Bccomnlinhed ro featt of gallantry in the war. Having failed, to , achieve aught . against the Sooth's armed hosts, they are rg'g to wreak their unslaked fury upon her on armed population. They loathed the taste of blood in ( war, but evidently think that it will be'mot erateful to their palates in peace. In their speeches and resolutions in their Convention, tney seemed to ttop short of no violence. They felt that Ibey, hadn't exhibited . frenzy enough so long as 'they cnuld exhibit more. J hey applauded all Ktdical out rages and would gladly hove had ten ps as many to applaud. I bey clamor ed for I lie President's removal, and would no doubt hve volunteered to go to Wahinloa and rvmove him at the point of the biyonet if they hadn't been re strained by a salutary fear of the terrible spectre of the " Ku Klux Klans.'' It it enough for them to be baptised with the talk of battle. Fata Fraleealoei of Mna-aawlmity In hit speech before the Chicago Coa- vention, (Jen. liawley, ot Connecticut, the chairman. Said : There never was a day or an hour .do ring iVjkI Inns four rears' war when, i! thoe who were trying to break op the Union, had come forward and thrown down their arms, but they would have been received wub open arm I, and all would have been forgn:teB. If this profession of magnanimity wai DOt utterly Ulse, and the Union mea of the Nonh would have received the people ol the Sooth with "open armt" the last hour of the war, how does it happca that tne till n. ar alter tbis magnanim ity fled wben the darger wat over, and tvea cowardt cou'd afford to be juatT The Louisville) Jonrwov common is aa followt : Then why were they eot received with cpm arms, and why was aot all torgottea wben, at the end of loar years, they threw nr:r ;-y ,..r.. rrT-,.T-" " r r, ''r'':''Z''TJZ7!l' J... t.( aais and" yielded to the an thontyof Ilia Federal Government f .If they wouM nave nw grwirj B'v ny period duriOj tVa four yean, why not lr the four rre? Is it frit ai a good cause of resvutnienl Bgoti mem that they fought ta long and desperaiaiy at they did T Is too much gallamry their Unpardonable affena against the Radical partj F ' Snrelv Oen. llawlef doet not mean t say that the poople -of the South have Kmi received with open arm" and ikit "all haa been foceotiea."' Poea he whea fct 4ella at -U.a they -aroald bava been thut received at any time during the war, wieaa that they would, tf they k.4 Ud dnwa their arms, hava been received apoa the terms of the disfran chisement of ana half of their number and subjugation oftho whole to tne tnso lenl tyranny af their awa aegroes, the old lirld-urnde apoa tneir piauiauuna I. ihl iK kiad of srea-armad reception th.t fian. llawlrr aays was all tha time f., fmir vers ready and wailing for them? ' . , , -SJ - - I St I 1 '' esMiltisT thaaa Oat. " tt.iw manv renreteatative men of any claaa caa tka Radical party afford to read out of its ranks? The Cincinnati fi.mavrriaZ. K York Tott and New York Tim think eot many. . The Pit: burg -TW speaks aa follows: . Wt ara entirely willing thai the seven righteous men who have escaped iron Sodom should leave the devoted parly forever. They can spare it Tar easier than it ean tparethem. . As the tbmmer- ef,if admits, the Radicals rannot afford to drive away any mora out of the party; toft many have left it during the past two years for its own health. -d6ms are reanectable mea are reluctant to embrace Q a ash ee, dumbo ana 'Samoa. Wen here in Allegheny eouniy, wun me ajoriiy often thousand in ibu, oi nine thousand in ist, oi six inousanu in H"; the issue between greenback! and bonds: between freedom and military despotism ; between the white men on ih nna aide and tbe DiaCE men aua aioi- fine oa the other: between fair verdicts bv lawful courts and verdicts manufac tured by euuide pressure, will give us a Democratic majority in October, and ley the wooden-beaded Grant out cold as a wagon lire in i or ember. ,J1 Bmpllane af Ptrltteaa. , The Miuoori JDcmacrof annouoces tbe result of the Chicago Convention as a " aew baptism of patriotism," ia answer to prsyer for the Divine gnidsnce by an appointed servant of fJod.", The prayer of the whole Methodist ' Conference, North, in favor of impeachment it left out of tight altogether. it was a pen tecost of freedom," say the Lkmocrat, "when tongnet of fire vera given to the disciples of justice and freedom I" . "What unconscionable stuff! Bah I f . letter from Alabama.) , i ''"Ji IToktooiisst. &fay21.186. Editors Lldokb: Tha Circuit Court of tl.B.Uoiu4 Sutes for this district eoa- venes in this city next Monday. Every thing ia a preliminary way has been ar ranged, such as drawing jurors, etc There will be a good deal of business to ceme before it, among other things the appeal case of Sam. F. Rice, of ibis city, to test the constitutionality of the fran chise law!' At the election last summer he offered bis ballot, without having sub- cribed to the elector's oatb and going through the other formalities, claiming is right to vole under ice Presidents mnesiy proclamation. There are some of the colored gentlemen of the Slate on thejuryiin company whliuthe editors of the Mail md Advertiser. ' The Radicals teem to be a great deal ooplussed at the; tardiness of impeach ment, and are quite down in the month at the result of the vote on the eleventh article.' They have strong hopes of the measure getting through at an early day, to that the Alabama question' would be taken np. They are getting very needy, nd want to get into the offices they were lected to recently, at their finances are exhausted. They have got nearly every thing out .the pezro that he had, and now have to look ' ta other tources for read. - Crops re lopking well, though e have ad a little too much rain, and grass is beginning to grow. The corn u growing nely, and in many places is nearly at tall at a man's head. Cotton has been hopped out and put to a stand. Business is very dull here; and mer chants are doing svlmost nothing. Even the auction stores are closed. . , . Property is very cheap here. Houses that coBt from f 10,000 to $15,000 for uilding .before the war can now be bought for $4000 or $5000. The people re completely broken np, and have no pans to keep op the style of living that bpy formerly did. There is not a houte of any description in course of conDruc- on in thit place. Some of tbe capitalist! ere are making exertions is gei me South , and North . Alabama Bulroad built, which, it it to be boj.ed, will bring good trade and make connections ad vantageous to tbe city. - . - Max. ( ( Leeattt. " " ' ' DovLtatowg, Pi.. May 1, Editoss Lkdosb: The following care ful examination of the domgi of the peaus Cidada, or Americaa locust, by aa old citiieo of this county, may in terest your readers who have fiuil trees, 9k in these p:nchiog times " an ounce of prevention; is more serviceable than a pound of cure." It has been published in the Doylestowa Democrat, yet may be information ia yoar region. Your notice of the locust ia your valuable journal eoosetime siacehaa prompted Ihit com munication: . ... .. Locuttt make their sppearance once in every seventeen jers, ibe writer hereof having had tbe opportuuity of s-eieg them three tjmes aa follows; Ia J b 1 7, 1834 and 1351; and oat of curiosity the last time was led to watch their move ments. At they last arrearelin lil, ihey will bow apppar aeai this year of SC, about the 231 or 2t h day of May mstaat, or perhapa a few days s K,aer or later, owing to the eiLrr. cwid er warm. Tbey also appear one crlwodsva sooner ee tbe teoSHleef a hill than a the worth. Tbey opee a kola ap Rifuh the sarface of the grouad about two days before they come oat, ia arde-r, I esppoiA U ct e aural i totbewtr. Thev ia the afrwr aeon, about one or fo kourt be fire soc set, tbey wul make Ite r apparaac oa the top of the ground, aad the tret thlagthey on reach tooWmhup, whether a brush, a tree, a stake, or eveu grass, or any tiling else sirong enough to hear tnein they climb up trom one tu two, or evrn as high'Ba twelve feet frum the ground. Then, as soon as tbey are satisfied as to the bight tin y can or win go, tncy usien their little fuel When this ia done they Immsdialnlv hoaia te rUDtuf en the Saok, Thia Broeasa roes on eery alowly. It taket twenty- five mlnutet until it workt Its bead and si lege out or inn eneu. At anon aa thia ia done, it lets itself back, hanging at about right angles with its old shell, apparently almost Jead, and so latigued for a while ai to oe entirely un able to heln itself. lu thia nnallion it re- maias forty -five minutes, when it tat gnined strength, whea it reaches up, gwtl hold of ite old shell with its 4wn trout feat, and draws itself ap on the top of Uie shell, and at tbe same time draws out irs butt end. ' i At this very moment He wings bevia to grow or enlarge, from mere nothing, to the s sethey e', which takes exaoilv tea minutes. They keep coming not of the ground every afternoon at the above aasnej hours, and an other time ia tbe day, antil about the Tib star of June, wben no more leave the ground. However, ia 1551. the writer observed one, aa odd one, leave the ground on the 18tb div of June.. Tbev commence de positing their eegs or aits in tbe bark of the body, but mostly in tbt bark ot tne limbs of all trees, except tine, cedar or any of those that possess or contain tur pentine, from about tbe lout to the z.itn dTt of June, which ie done by cutting open the outside bark, ihey will stay with ut until about the first of July, when they will die off and will BO more appear until in May. in the year of 1885. L cusls are now to be seen 1n the ground from four to eight inches deep, with their heads upward, preparatory to tha open ing through the surface, when Once their day will appeNr in thit month, May. They can only be found under trees that have stood seventeen years, or where there stood timber at that timet There' will be fewer locusts every time they appear, on account ef the scarcity of the timber, and consequently, will be harder on fruit trees.' - F. G. Uillpot. Tinicam, May 4, 18G8. It has been raining in this region seven days in succession, and it will be the first of June before they can plant com, pos sibly the 10th. So you can see that oth er agricultural regions have their trou bles as well at yours even if they are not cursed with a hybrid domination. ' ' The Mobile Jtegitter has the following en the same subject. .' '. A paraerapb ia an interior paper sajt the seventeen -year locusts are appearing in all parti of the 8tate. - This is quite too general an observation, even if it does not involve another error. - There it a species of locusts which appeart once in thirteen years, and that, we believer, is more common than the seventeen year kind, but neither of these appears uni formly throughout the whole eountry in tbe same year. Throughout the country subject to itt visitation! there are few years, if any, in which locusts are not reported trom some district ot greater or kss extent In the year 1842, for in stance, the locusts made their appear ance throughout a region extending Irom the northern part of Choctaw county, Mississippi, over a large portioo of Chickasaw, and possibly jot Pontotoc. The present writer rode through it a one day, losine trace of the intectt , somewhere about Bellefontaiae. Whether tbey returned in 18G5 we do not know. but if they did they should appear again thit year, at we learn tbey' actually have done in Pontotoc county, i In some in termediate year, not now recollected, tbey appeared in adjoining localities,' but this occurrence could not be con nected by either the thirteen or the sev enteen year period, with that of 1842. It would be interesting and inttructive to . nol. the extent of tbe districtl in hich - they are found this, year, and to ascertain whether their last previous concert was given at the same place in J 835 oria 1851. .. . , iAgain the Louisville Courier thrills us at follows:'-' i i i v' - i - Mr. C H.' Delph, from Mississippi, hat shown ut the wing of a locust ,that has made its appearance in numbers in Rankin and adjacent counties. 'The ng is different in hue and tint from any we have before observed.- On the top is plainly to be teen the letter W. ' This is observable upon the left wing of every locust that has appeared this year. ' Thit fact is creating considerable excitement a the locust region,' many persons be ievitig that the lettPr W betokens war. seven yeara ago tne ssme region as overrun by locusts besrmg upon their wingt the cabalistic letters P W, The whole fae'e of the earth in porttoog of ' Missi'sippi ' is covered with thse loensts. They are as thick as the leaves, nd make the woods vocal with their in cessant mtnatrelsy- f i Mr. Wads. - Feom the Pituburg Fost.l Under this heading the New York Evening Pott, edited by William Cullen Bryant, speakl itt mind freely at to tbe vote cast by Wade on the iufpeachment trial. , Our own opinion of Wade it much the tame at that of our New York name take, but we prefer to give Itt utterance to any thing we can lay, as (-mhodyiog the views of one ot the most influential Radical papert in the Union : " "Mr. Wade Frem the original of trial by jury, from the very bpginnioge of our common law, it has been the inalienable right of an accused person to be tried before j'ldget an.l jurors who can have no interest in the result.' There il not in history an instance of a judge to lost to decency at to ait and act opun a trial, on the result cf which hit own highest ambition directly depended. This it the settled and essentia! law of every judi cial proceeding; the law which was not expressed in the Constitution only be cause i t authors did not conceive of the possibility of itt violation by a pulilit man: tbe law which it clesrlr imp ivl by that instrument in forbidding the pos sible successors of the Present even o sit ia the. chair" of the fieus'e while diliSeratinf on impeachment This law Benjamin F. Wade has defied and broken. He already Kss hi appropriate reward in the f tilure of his dn-cracelul attempt, aad will doubtless be made by tbe peo ple a negative example to all Amer.can Bls'rtrtieu for the fu'ure." And agoin, in another leading edito rial, the Foil tayt: "The only difgracefor vote cast on Sfurlay was that r.f Mr. Wale, who, with a reikletl aban I amert of decency aal propriety, voted fureonvictio", and f r bia oa elevation to the Presidency, when it wat lelieved by him"' If and the other sapporlert of impeachment that coavic'iwB won'd be obtained by only a emg'e vole We ehi'l be turprisej if Mr WaJa'e coarse in this matter does not dnv him out of pablic life; it has cr Uinly Xt.tX kirn the f.spectjsoj coti 4nce of all impartial raiode. r'aakioo kaa !disDasw mea at weddings, e4 reojaireetaw rrooa oap(r dreaaed l.ke a street sweiL ItY TELEGRAPH. I .i,t( tolNoon'To-Dari " J old aud Coltou.llepoite, il kietal to tha Piral.10 Lsoota.1 ,Nbw Yott, May 25, U m.-Oold cpaued atJ39J; at 10:4U aa and is now U0V lfl t . i i I'lCxehantre steady; lOlito 10a.' I -Cotton market-weak-and Irregular Sic. atking for , middliugyneminally ..Xi:v.tHK. flP,e: , Ntw Yoik, May 1 25 iirVfreo ftgM tnolt place latt evening between two Wil liamsburg Cre couipapieii ,, Several l,s eras were badly injured, and one man was run over and shockingly rnutiUv-d. ! llio rumor of a break in tbe canal at Albany, at published in Uie New York eveoiog papere of Saturday, la without fxrfnil.linn ? '-'"" ' ' " "' ' I A .bar keeper named , Prcgur. wss tabbed to the heart yesterday, in Wil liamsburg, by James Halsted. The latter escaped. ,' "',. ,T Y '. '. Rv. Dri. Sayrosand Colwoll addressed the American Bible Union yettcrJay. ' Si-RiNomin, May 25 Rcccut tuo- cusiput of rain have raited the Cun- nrotioot river to a point higher then before thit year, tad contiderabl damage hat been done. to the crop? und the meadows- - The Knightt Templars, of thit city, re ceived an autograph letter from Presi dent Johnson', declining their invitation to atteod a grand celebration of Si. John's day, June 24th, in which encamp ments from all New England will parf licipate, . . . 81, a,v.stjin. St. Louis. May 25. Mayor Thomas has issued a proclamation, recommend ing a general suspension of business en Wednesday, in honor of the ceremonies of the inauguration and unveiling cf tbe ttalue of Tbos. JX Bento.ii, which takes place at Lafayette Park on that day. ; V.r,' FOREICJRf. -;..'0 i, LiviBrOfJL, May 25. Cotton dull and easier; sales, 1 1,000 bales j' Uplands, 11U; Orleans, llf.', ' ;'' '' ; i According tj the latest Uretan ac counts, a battle took place oo April 4:h, on the plain effraction, in which three thousand Cretans repulsed a vastly, supe rior -number of Turkt who j.were sup ported by the regular Circassian cav alry. ' The English man-of-war Trio calio witnessed the battle of tbe 6th. -it The Cretans achieved another viotory at Kbetimusn Other battles took place at Velandike and Seeland.i - In the for mer the Turks Lad four hundred killed and wounded. ; ! j ' ; i i; n Sixty thousand; refugee Cretan fam lies in Qreeee were exposed to great misery. The Turkish government. spent three million dollars to save them from ernrvation. - ' - t ' ' .' N EAD VERTIS iEfENTS Spiccr &; Sliarpc, ,n i.'. Li;- . 4 . .i .- ' t i I. ' " 368 MAIN STRKET,;:' " -'. -t r'.',j'J Sli." Ti ! P80VINK BLOCK, :r , e-i'f -lH lo .-!. .z I Lla .-'A '- - - r- -.()' . " - ' '.! ,el-T fl0 I ' U ST, All lilVINCir- Sul .'(.. .j j 1 ' -- ;7 ,! n ; .' ..-." ') i . Il S. ' HM..ii J A. lot of mtray -JnTaelcerel 1st Kl Hen and No. 1 1 olno, a few Kite ol Salmon : ,:. :i .. . ' ' i :.. . - r . J , JIarrlaon and Stonewall f lour : . braliam Flonr) - I" i. -r ... i ; Old Gov't JawaHocha anal f.as;nira I : C'olTce, direct from BoHlon j . ,.-.-. 1..4 fjiuin.'.' 1 Choice Tea, all kinder : ' ' ' "' Crashed, Powdered, tJraiinlated and Cut IyOafKannrj , , , .... ; j DESSICATEW. C0C6ANUT, ; A new and dellelone article for Ple, I Padding, ete., a fraeh let Junt .to bandi ,' -i'j .I'll ' dl i" i '' ' ' , ' r n: .. Freab Vooda lu onr line rormtnntly arriving;. M'eoiTer to onr eostouiera and frleiida Cboleo Clooda at lair price. --: ' .' -:--' 1 ' ' 1 ' b ' :" ' g9 i ' . ; SPICEK t HlltHPB. K. L. 13. t ) I-'! I'.vlJ WHAT P0E3 IT MEASf s. YOU C A PROVB TU AT BT VS. FOR WK FIAVB TRUP IT. ' - 1 Chapter of Facts roit orit ncADrits, 'l IV ot to le Forgotten. A 8 THE 8TCKTT 8BAP0!T IN OCR CITT US IB ail mo siwinsi airirirur euDlrf U rebidiy approaxhing. it beooiuet evrrr one te f irtify thmelves n't the e neirimi pin. , on mil -il i ,1, Save due icra i diok-vt. w etDe uf Lite, and teaches that the Blood u tne grt roinun ni s.ne. " u ' "r V bntrleehreai beeoosee weekenwl, end if eul 1. r-i te eontinae so saar aaaeKeaader ao sno sseat. I he ' r-rBEK urc bi.ooi r.i.iitf; te Ibe trealert knows rem-JriB the world to rarilr ike Hl..l aad nliaoie to cunuract n ward off diea. TKMATI V K ateawe Aatidotive or -l v. All aatidou. v be ""J to U. Alra tiv. bai all AH-v.ne Medlines rssut AMi 4 n. I The I. 1.. B. F. enlr eo-i p wed thetenxp ifcwe TV"-'" ?DukIt .11 eeevi'eu ALlfctiaTLVa al sHUsIvKA- 'ViTTKif.t. saeeoe the M.'eri.l . of mhrrk mm M. r asar 1. t-rm4. law K. l B K v th rn-t ' to rrire ead wsil-1 Bi tuts Lira ANU HALlH.iv.Bloi.rir to U- -n.ei.l.d ed brnkea lwi snlem. eiMi-eir"wliat 'hee'vev JIVs.ee K I . B. E .wh.r , i a H..r'!icifn5oet w awrboly eel e-.- d.i k-a -b-a.i..r m. , mt a siifi'l ns. ee-T-i awd .. 'TV-- r.t..d and . r'H-Wv L4S vsMSis Ik4 IMU ...- II I. " .ad. roa r-. , " ''' , taelwt drew ad PL R LIFf BL" '". Mores. ' GRAND TOURNAMENT (" ; rOB IHS-l UcnclU of Widows and Orpbantt. !!4i: IT PHOPOSK!) TO VAVK A RT!r) I Tuurnnwmt nu the Mtmylils AeeixHetinii Hre Ceurne on WKHNr.-0A V, JTre Of J t'N K, fur wlilrh the full" wing Prises will be offered r'u ' '-,t r-- i r 'lMr I'Kl.i: nr the Vnnit tlltiVs n th ee roumlt Of the areua, a l'iniiionil Kyig valued at i'j 0. ini7.R, 1 ?llH'll Villi I ! Fnrtiie neit bighest number, a tlo'd Watch valued at Til litis rillZE, . Vr the 1 lllJliiiH' i'ol h-iielimiiiiet r1iy ampip's seleetea, au elegant Badiiia and lirmit valued at ili u. ( j rontrii ritizE,' Fur the t-nod place la hersemaarlill . t b ilnti'ruiineil In nine mminrr. a suiorb Hiding M ni anu Miur, vaiuua ai J"- I er Tha entrance fee for KnigliU will be Jio, r.li' rif" i'o m'i" wt' w " w ". W V WTI L'b'llililVN Ik.. SfF Vill Stain .i.i'...;il, IMill.'v-V u lllklill jk ITl . corner lilnin and Hnnlh O 'url otrae's, or wilh napteni v A n , ai oirs oi hibit, meimnii On. The Knlrunne Vi is esieotoil to be paid wiiliin reasuuabje urn alur euuserilnns, to naw, Ik. niNUdr. 1 1 n . tllil Af..ir I ll M proper arrmiifvuieNUi fur the Grand 1'shibitloa. , Tne whole will he umler the ilireotinn nf the fnllowins centleuii'n I beneral J. J. KUFt'lN, Cnonel W. 1.. KTF A AUT, Majr (., V. H AM D A UT, M. C. PKAHUB, K.-q.. Ur. W.N. 11' I I 1 T. I . . B.I !..: ir Il I u .Mflkl) L n i i.k K. imiiv. I .n'nin ,v . il . , VAUIET1K8 TI1EATKE, Cor. -Main tsiul Wiiahlnjctou Street. CIFA8. n- H. BROOM... i J " Manager. CUARLKT W1HTB. e i Stage Manager. Only Place of Aimixemeiit Open lu the i fc.,M. -1 f "y' '' A. Qret TTi'sd Center nf Amnsemenf Seekers Crowii'd hnujes nigntlv attest the rureriority f this STAR TR'tUFK over all others hero tofore vresented to tha Memphis rnblio New Honrs, llennea, Rurlerienes, Faroes, li'aotoBiiuias and Klhiopian Kooentricitiea, ... AduiUjion, 50 cents; Private Boxes, $J 00. Doors bpe'rf at 1i o'clock Porfonnanoe ,o I 1 i M cnmmB'lro c- 0 i'iqck. ... .. r. Concordia Garden ! , ., e, . j.k -. .v . ...... - -,. i. .( I -- i -. MR. SOL. RI0R.THE PROPRIETOR OF the above deliuhtlul suburban pleasure retreat, withes to inlorm the puhlio that his 11 Aliij l ai me uispotai oi j-iessuro parties, nf RKSPECTABLE and KEoPOSSIBLK PEOPLE, .... ; 1 j: ... a y-ji.'l .1, vr .. (.' J i.i iFreo of Charcre.'- It fiAn he entrsred for Daneine1 or other parties i7 anplli ntion to him, at the Gafilvn. ,0Q Pop lar Htre-t extended. ' Mr. ttloe has attached to the Onrderi an esi tahlishmeot, of whioh the CULINARY I)K PARTMKNT is unrivaled, and a Bar.of which the WINES and LIQUORS are second to none in the ritv. 0? , -... t -. -. ( i I--.., i a Ice 'V Cream- Saloon ! i AND- 00NFE0TI0NERY! Li. ROCCO & GO.', Noi 313 Jfalu )Slrce, V q 0 rt n eji; dr ,,m o n r o e. "CE CREAMS, RODA WAT FR FRUITS, . and Conl'eotionvries alirnys on hind. - Sirparate SiUwou for J.alie. 94 Stock suul Fixtures For Wale. 'u6 inz NEXT tkx bays' Ve will L offer at private sale, on roasonable terms, i Jorii STOCK OF ttBOCEBIES,' , , toes'ther With riXTlTREf. Parties desiring a geodi busine s location, would do wall to in quire ou.tbo jirainiees, .. -l i rt Ai PAnilHilniiU J'r. , 127 Union street. 'i'-siFJiciiAjvrs'.r RAM'li ('(HII'AXF, ; capital; $200,000. ,',J OFFICE-lSIo. II Madison St., i i iWE.TU'UIS, ; TKXafENKEE. THIS' Wt ITCTIOT TS NOW FUttT organ sed, and prepared to do a Firo and Marina Insurance buaiiiom. . . - i . " OPFTciETtS: ' ' K. NlrT) iVITT, President! ' 1 - i '. S . NvllI'M. Virei-President Jt. A PAHKEIt, Secretary. 'DrrtEca'oiis: K. ToT)AVtTT. W. B. WALDRtN, F. W; SMITH, -i M. K. COCIIRANi Vf. A. OOODWYV,. . ,1. F. FIUNK. J.T. FAIWASOV,' NAPOLEON HILL, J. T. STRATTON. S TOO K HOLD K It 9 : Allison Broe.i . W. II. Andrews, M. A. Alli-n, M. L. Hscon, jRepJ 1 1 in liabb, C. ('. Bill. , D. w. Lowman, ,, " P. II. Hryaon, . . C. B. Carter,- ' - , C. C. Clay, I . J. L. Chandlrr, , , 4 M. ". Ciirliran, C. Curtis, ' J. H.ls. .-. I'lilnrd i'inscn A Co.,; W. J. I'. Pnyle. Kilmonds PetrigrewACo J. T. r'avgAin, i. I). Frrs-rr, N.Ford A Co., ' W. B. Walbreaih. -. W.B.(ireoa'aw. . Ctia . 0 luiore, W. A.uoo.lwt-n, ' 1 ' W II. Hoodlett A Co John (Jur a. ..... A. L Harris, , , : A. lls'i-h It. I. M. Til. ' J.C. Hol.tACo.. IIdwcII. W..d A Co.. ' W. Y. C. Homes. K.K.J ones j ,U- Konreehl, i Jnn. B. L.ech. V. U. L.T IT. ' ' M. H. Marrin, . Man.fir. d A Hiebee, J. ii. MrllaviiU Oo. Mit-hl!, Thne. M.ir. A. J. Merr.r, t'. V. Sorris, lleadcrjon Owen. ' I'.rtee A llartiert. - J. J. Powers, tf. O. Kainay, V: V - Imdor Hochaeh, J . I. tlr. inn, ' .1. A J. M-le A Co, . 4 F. V. fimi'b, ' A. Var... . W. 11. ivtMlraa. . M.We I. W. Wi'te. Mas. A. iri.wB. J-. U- sV,iban'W (.y-Tt v . 11 liriawo5,,i W. S. Pruce A Co.,' S I I'lllD. 0.' K. Chjimherlin, , w. Il.tiierri-, Geo. A. C'ohran, ' K, 8- lvu, , , T e' 'to lianK, II. Dow. " f . H. iJiiaseoinhr W. M. FurriaatoB, . F. Frank A John W. Fowler. V. C. Fonts. M. Having j. , 0. W. Ollraore, C. W. Hover. K. V. Ooodlelt, Iir. D. i.br, -I. P. II a Mm i Co.. Wm. F. Ilsrd-n. Jen. P. Hill A Ce., N ap ikoii Hill, ; , II. 15. Unwell, Jo". P. Hoffman, J.F. Jert. Ja3.John.on, , . K. f. l a reti -c, i), II. l.-;ne-e, T. K. Mek H. K. Mar.lia 1, , , K. Mi l'avitt. 1. B. Merrer, It, J. M -rnn, ' 1 Jee hi i re. Jh. M. Myers. Jao- Orrrton. jr., H. A. Purtoe, J.T. PrVWiO, W. P. Prim ljt, . P.R-a l. 1 R. Kwi arle, M.J.Lwil. J. T. f.onf, v! ie. H. "-pbeiis, J. A. Tevw r. n. p. vv.it. r.c.wvi, , . . V. Ward. M. J. e. w . H util t , COTTOVARS, , .Vaaavlllei, Uj AgeaI, Uill I. 1UDIIF.S ' Sev o rrwnt eJlrcet. ' ' " ' SOliS tea i- BOOKS i - H. wvii: &. co., , ' tSI MA in NTItKKT, MKMFIira,1 Wholesale and Retail Dealers ' j M I I i I . M! I -n. . : . i .. -i 'l . Itooks and Stationery " . . I I LATtOKANDWKt.I.-SEI.KOTFDSTOCrt A of hobonl, Law, Medioal, Tlieuloeiiial and Nftbbatb Hohoul Itooks, iU pruva to tuk lh emir.. Have al.o the FIN KST NncilKAP KST s'ork .of J1LAN1C.J100KS thU tide of Sow York. i ..... . COUNTRY MEKCTIANT wlf! dn well to prine our foods before burins elsewhere. J H hy sad Sett for CASff. ennttqurnlly tell lOW. U.VXKK H CO., (.?n Main trer. CLOSING SALE. ,:i ' iivwi) IilIE RKCFfVRR Xl'POINTED TOWIND . np the aflulrs of ' . j ELSONimos.; vfould call the arrefitlon of those wanting gunds'to tbe REMARKABLY LOW PRICES at which this slook Is now being offered. This -it no humbug)' (ha goods su'utt (uIUveIbe sold, REGARDLESS OF COST OR VALUE, ' ia order to close np tha aJTiUrs of the conoarn. Silk Cloaks, from S to $10-eost from 10. te f 75 ; Lace Points fall silk), at 1 Mto $ ool front 10to25; Fiae Alpseeas (summer shades), at (Oe eost over isio to import i . Linen Table Cloths, from 1 W te $2 K-worth double tha money i Linen Towels, from 1 05 to H por doien ohesp at 4 and );- -- - - ' Hoop SkirUX'otcat ttylcj),. 50c each : ' White Cotton Trimmings, from 2 to 7o per yard French Whalebone Corsets, only fl per pair; Chil iren't Lisle 01ove,5e par tiairi . Gents' Linen Coatr, from 1 Mto $2 each; "( Oente'. Linen. Pants, from 1 to tl IS par pair ; , (lentV-Linea. Ve.iti, from fO to 70o each t . Ladies' Linen Handkerchiefs, from 2'i to 2to each r .. , .,- :.... . : Children's and Ladies Shoes, at any prise to I close out t -- ... White Jaconets, 19c per ysrd j ' 1 White Nainsook, 15o per yard ; , White Check Muslins, 17c per yard. A rare chanos is offered to those who wun t purchase good goods at thit sale, as everything must POSITIVELY BE SOLD I j,,., .. . ! ' lavsrCall early and yon will secure Bargains. ; I .1 .. . . . . ; ,.. . - i . 3045 ' Main Street, ' 'jText to Mansfield's Drag Store. .. '' COAL OIL, LAMPS, SOAPS. COAL 0TL, GOOD, 60 CENTS PER QAL lon, retail. - ' .-,. . Lamps, all kinds, prices to suit. . . Oleine German riuup- . , . t XX (Irrman Soap. . , . . . No. J Rosin Siai. , ' Lowest market price to the trade, notwith standing ttie advance elsewhere. 0. F. PRESROTT & CO.. . , 71 r . No. 40 Jetferron street. The Greatest Discovery Known ; j 'to the World In Medicine. ; l;"C'. ,'.THK Eureka 'Life -Blood Elixir I TTA8 AT LAST MAD It ITS WAT INTO IX this eountry, after having been in use In the old wor d for so many years, and epeoially in China. The celebrated aloheniist and chein it, Dr. Heji erdum, of Pokin, China, has at last eonontd to his areat Cuinrhs Kinsnr beine introduced on this .-ontinonl. and has established a lew wholesale agencies fur the purpose of supplying all driiKirisIs throughout the towns end cities of onr country. This great Blood Medicine h is pevlormod cures (the most astonishing), where evey other remedy known in Materia Malic hut lhost ligmilly failed. XX IH INTO IIUMBUG1 .v i j ? i ' ' . " f;..r . OS , QUACK NOSTIIUM! hilt Is a preparation which has been brought out after many long years of th deepest e- search, aided by the greatest ehemiciil science and skill that oould be brought to bear in its production; we thi-rrforo pine it wholly UPON ITS OWN MERITS, asking the invalid or af flicted to TRY IT ONCE ! . lobe fully convinced, as itt effects are Instan taneous from the first dose taken, entering at once into ihe blood and penetrating every pore of tho whola body, Uririog out every impurity Irnm the whole sytera, and creatine instead PURE LIFK-BHIOD t henoe its name. Will bo for sale by all Druggists as soon as a , sufficient supply aa. taeb-ainad ft , . fl7-14 " ...... Who'eale Agents. Dissolution. rrilK COPARTI?ER3rTTP IIKRKT0F0RK 1 eiiting under tho fi-mnameof Matthews A Alexander, was d'snoWed by osutunl consent on th Uth Inst. I he firm name will be used only in satllomont of the business, by eilhor Ot the firm, who authorised to use, the .ame. . i " ' J.'C.' ALEXAKDER. R. a. Matthevts. T. II. JunHiie. A. B. Jcnsow. J. C. Ai.nxinnrg. Matthew, jidsox &i co i ., " - " j ' SCCCISSOBS TO . MATTHEWS ALEXAKDEK, MANUFACTURERS AGENTS FOR TIJK rale of Agricultural Implementi and Ma chinery,. 3S1 Second Street, Memphla, Tenn., Will keen constantly on hsn l, for ate LOW Foil CASH, a fu't supply of AvrioaHaral m pleinenis and Machinery, portable and station rv Sir. in Knriaes ef a 1 siren. Cotton I'refse.r, Carver's Cc.tton ;ir. Milhurn's Wagon. Ibi nhle, ein anil Iron Ale. neapers ana Mowers. Horse Powers and Threshing Mi- ehTM. eie. &-l'K' . . aSAlT I SALT ! in nnn barrels salt r storb IU.UU1 1 and to arrive. For sale low. SClliiOLHKLD HANAUER. Ko. X Front St., Agents AI oaa City bait. Cheaso! Cheese! nr.n 'i-xk nAMRrri am FACTfRT w) ' r I, ob e.immit'ion, f.r Mia tw U tb,tr'lernoOLFIELT HAX.trER. ' No. " Fmnt rtree'. i:nr- Jorn For Male ! Oy tl An y x tl atbdat, toot of rsioi sr. EPM0NP. T0HD t CON Si Front etrewt. WII1TKMOUK lUIL'HK. CeAriOtW. A'RTpioOMf.CXFAX PED.. l. au: itul ai.d ao ei I.M-j,:iia ar d tah ot es;i.l d ar..v ia Mmph. Xeoe wiptiins .ri vi'i'J 4o w'l io e icrt rooaaa. as the h-K it Silias ras-idir. fi t A. I. F1IAW. Proarieur.