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LAIIWEST CITY CIRCULATION,
" " M K M 1 " I H 1
TMI.r Evening. Inly l. H
FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
FRANCIS P. BLAIR, Jr.,
Hoi. Win. M. Evarts hu been sworn in and
entered on the dntiei ef Attorney General of
the United States.
Oen. Oillem hu reported to headquarters t
Washington that the Radical Constitution for
Miitpp has been defeated by. 76 majority.
Only one Badical member of Congress (MeKee)
I. returned as elected.
The President nominated to the Senate, W.
P.Weil., to be Assistant Treasurer; Jno. 8.
Darkins, of Pennsylvania, to be Minister
Plenipotentiary to Kussiai Christopher L.
Cox, ef Maryland, as Commissioner of Pen-
aioni; Henry M. Wattai Minister to Austria,
Elisha Foote, of New York, as Commissioner
of PatenU; W. E. Bosecrani, as, Minister
Extraordinary to Spain : John McClernand, of
Illinois, ai MinUter to Mexico; Edmund
Cooper, as Commissioner of Internal Revenue,
and Pat Muller Register of Public Moneys, at
Belmont, Nevada. '
Jeremiah Esell, a young whita man.wai shot,
Saturday night, near Franklin. Humors had
prevailed during the day that the negroes in
tended to hum the town that night, and Esell
and others patrolled the streets on horseback,
and rode out some distance from town to reoon
noiler, and discovering no signs of hostility,
they return td to town and made a report that
euieted all fears. A short time afterward
Esell and three others rode just outside of town
and were fired upon by a party of negroes,
eighteen la number, who were in ambush,
Esell received a wonnd of which ka died on
fiunday, and a Mr. Untie was wounded in the
head. Great excitement prevailed yesterday
and to-day, but there has been no outbreak .
Brasil his sent, in all, 4.219 troops to Para
guay, of which 43,0W are at Humaita. Twelve
Iron steam launches have arrived from Eng
land for the Amazon.
The Indians around Fort Larned, oa the
Arkansas, are en the war path, the Govern'
tmeat having refused to pay them their annui
ties. A lieutenant and Ere soldiers belonging
. to the fort had been killed. General Sully was
actively preparing for the campaign.
your ears run elf the Pennsylvania Central
raUro.d track yesterday, injuring two lady
migrants, bat no lives lost.
Or or forty race horses have arrived at Sara
toga, and quarters engaged for as many more.
The Timet yesterday morning, in an editorial
en American finances, says : The true interest
of the United Slates lies in it, honor and
right ; and heavy as the taxes generally are, It
is infinitely better that everything should be
taxed than to repudiate the terms upon wh icb
the national debt was created.
In Congress the Senate kill passed the House
giving pensions first to mothers of maimed
soldier., second to their fathers, third to their
orphan sisters and brothfr.. ,
The People Agralnat the Politician.
At we anticipated and predicted, in
atead of harm being done by lending
Gen. Forrest and otber Southern generals
' to the Convention at New York as dele
gates, much good is the result every way.
The prejudices of many bare been re
moved. 1 hey hava learned who our men
are, and bow to appreciate and trust
them, knowing men ot honor always
fan be trusted. Ad the warmest
appreciation and fraternity at New Tork
was the result, as is established by the
statements of gentlemen who were pres
ent. Gen. F. has returned borne, bring
ing the most encouraging accounts, and
riot entertaining a doubt of the election
of Seymour and B'air. The whole pa
triotism and intellect of the North is
roused. And the real people, the men
of wisdom, virtue and nerve, against the
venal political backs, bave determined,
that thus far as they have gone, and no
farther shall the wavea of nsurpation go.
Tbe people of that quarter are moving
against the politicians to save the coun
A correspondent of a New York jour-
nal writing from Grenada, to the recent
election, says "the real cause of the
actios cf tegroes ia voting witk the IV
ocrals may be found ia tbe many out
rag., ilfllcted upon-tt.-as ly aneerupa-
luas Freemen a liurtau aenM ana mer
cenary aJvenH.rr, toother with the
snanatr in which tr.e soldier, treat U.e
when off du'y. The recroea, be ears,
re,ri tbe so'...erf ai tLrir worst foes."
' Mr. Greeley says " Democracy is revo
lution." That is true. Uui 11 is revo
t!nn fr run u urnations. billher-lhw 1
lainiea. oppression of a 'whole people,
wttWfnt ((). dishonesty and pecu
lations on tbe publio fundi, to obedience
to tba Constitution, relnro to puuiio
n.;..i wiring, liberty, economy
integrity, with individual and universal
eonfiJenoe, prosperity an" greatness,
is a revolution from criminal infamies
great virtue and glory. He says, li
"Democracy means repudiatioa. Ai
.1.:. . :. ..... ft renudiales the id
that a war worn, impoverished, desolate,
beavilv-tsxeJI nd oppressed people
should go beyond their contract, en
undertake to be generous and pay j
gold, when they are unable to pay i
greenbacks. It repudiates the idea lu
.1.. nnr should be uround down
... .;.. in urder to exempt the ric
r.-, homo- taxed. It reDudiales the
idea that it i a point of honor to pamper
.nrl futten the anslocratio Lords 01 tne
Bonds, end in order to do it, muke the
noor and toiling millions of America
work to poy their taxes. It rcpua.aiei
the idea that the rich, who nue m
..n.rlies. are ao much belter lhan ihe poor
ho toil anM walk, that a better currency
must he nrovided for them than is fro
vided for the people. And it repudiates
tliA idea that tbe Croat capitalists 01 new
York and otber cities, who live in pala
eea. and laid in the shade and specu
lated and grew great, while millions were
tr! vino their time, thotr money, tne
cemforU of home and their lives to their
eountrv. should he loaded down with
kold and pay no taxes to tbe public
treasury, while the poor laboring men
and mechanics of tbe country, tbe
soldiers, their wives and little ones,
widows and orphans, shall be. paid tn
rags, and compelled by the sweat of their
brows to pay tbe taxes which tbe Lords
should pay themselves. The Democratic
nartv does indeed repudiate these things.
Such is the extent of its dishonor. Its
intention is to restore all the interests of
the country, so lliat all may prosper to
gether, and to pay all in gold or none.
And. moreover, says Mr. Ureeley,
" Democracy means despotism." He is
very hostile to despotism. lie prefers
anarchy or an oligarchy, in which ne ana
bis few friends may rule and grind down
the poor, in the interest of the Nabobs,
Counts, Barons and Dukes, of New York.
Well, if Democracy means despotism, is
Dot any possibl? change preferable to what
we bave T These Badical doctors have
thrown lbs country into fits, and now
tbey insist on continuing their oligarchy
of tbe ruffle shirt gentry because tbey
are "bell on fits." By their acta bave
tbey shown themselves quacks "and
tyrants. Does Mr. Greeley suppose that
the neorjle of America is such an incor
rigible big fool as not to know that any
inele desDotism is betler than bis
damnable oligarchy of perjured thieves
who rirate honesty and liberty, only that
they may contione to deceive, steal and
rule 7 Not at all He is merely throw
ne his last card. And what he believes
bag nothing to do with it He says "we
cannot beat Governor Seymour by darid-
ing bim or by jesting about the habits of
Blair. These men are defeated today
beyond any hope of salvation, if we can
onlvbrincr out the-vote, and show the
voters tbe true meaning of the canvass.
Alas I it is uphill work and be sees it
nlainlv. Though it mar be that Grant
and Colfax will be elected if tbey get
A Few Itesna from Knexvllle.
That able and fearless Democratic
ournal at Knoxville, the Press and
Herald, thus speaks of tbf? ca;je of Col.
Asbby and tbe true and infernal " con
apiracy" of the Brownlowites of that
We bave lone since ceased to be sur
prised at any statement that can be found
in the Whig, however devoid of truth
and manliness it may be, and we only re
gard it as an additional evidence of its
unscrupolonsneta to make party capital
out of the death of Col Ashby, and to
charge a conspiracy to kill Camp upon
various parties- c.very man in ilnox
ville who knows anything about Col.
Asbby's difiiculty with Camp is aware
that it was a purely personal difficulty,
and that, so tar I rotn a conspiracy ex
isting to kill Camp, every one of
CoL Asbby's friends, without an excep
tion, entreated bim not to endanger
bis life in such a conflict- But CoL
Asbby had been goaded and tortured
by indictments and persecution, by tbe
loss of his property, by tbe pending of
suits which prohibited bis entering into
business, until he was fairly driven to
the wall, and like a lion at bay he turned
upon one of his persecutors and, scorn
ing to take any advantaze, be madly
threw bis own life away. The conspir
acy, if conspiracy there were, was upon
tbe other side. It was the conspiracy
which bus long existod with tbe Brown
low faction to sudor no man not in har
mony with them to live in Knoxville: it
was the same conspiracy that led mobs
in the streets of Knoxville, a few years
ago, and wreaked its vengeance upon
"rebels;" it was the conspiracy that
now threatens to mob the cflice of this
paper; and it was the same conspiracy
that now proposes to deluge Tennessee
with blood rather than sutler a peaceful
defeat at the ballot-box.
That tbe Herald is justified in its sus
picion of conspiracy and foul designs on
the part of tbe saintly Browolow and his
Knoxville imps, may be inferred from
the following paragraph, quoted from the
Knoxville, Wg of tbe 15th instant:
Hitherto we have coonaeled peace, as
have all men of the Radical party. These
assassins have con.trued our coarse to
mean tiir lice. We no longer counsel
peace. War is what they evidently desire,
and in God's same we eay let it come- Oa
Gay street, tbey (ibeA'Lby sympathizers)
have tbe m.j inty. Ia the cooatry wa
( he Radical.) have the majority. Our
Irieods in the country tell ae they are all
armed and prepared to march into Knox
ville on abort notice.
Let tbe fijht came on, and that speed
ily, and we will gut and ele&a cut tie in
fernal traitors aad ae.a.sins who back
Asbry- Camp's tcSl is cor ft!. t; it is
tbe ssLt af every Union wan ia Knox
rooo'y, and we will stand ty bus to
d-th. Because, and gjlely because of
Lis devouoa to reffcbiicaa principle, a
vile cor.. piracy baa Wa enlered mle to
take Lis l.fe. 1 Le Ilp.i.!ican wbu iU
.ni stand bv and defend bim is con-
linnal pnward. Cowardice is mar
row in bis bones, and circuUtei ia
Tbe followiug items are also rather
pres.ive of tbe condition or things w
ik. ' Senior Editor " ie so gifted at
terina at home. The 7crtifJ has in
.... n,,mW ihi fullowiiiK oarBgret
Ltifcle Have pMOt.-Th's is said to
Grant's motto, end the n flij eviuei
understands it in in tree aense. 1
Whig has alwaye counseled peace
that sense. It has never desired war
. .k... U . A A not airree
it. It bas opposed mob law invariably,
except pn a low occasions w
time were rebels, ana upon
victim was a negro. Now, bowaver.
Victim was nm .. . V! .
voice of the Whig H for r. It thirsts
for the conflict, aud wishes to assist the
commander of tbe United Slates troops
here in drawing ms eaoor .k.iu.
not think we shall have any more. war,
bot, ia the evenl it should come, the op
ponents 01 tne orowuiu- srn.v
r r r .k. A.. nf iialvirlpr until at-
Sale Tom iiib -
liM Murrcndrrea. if they are
ever foolish enougu io uu
1 V Tin, ItiTTia THl A lSi
Lion. No one more fully appreciates
.1.. imth of this ancient maxim than tbe
editors of Ihe ', u1u'or",u1"
..l. .f il. I.l. CaI
r.ni that nurinc tne iiif m
,1-? tr i.i.k. tka IPA1V7 was never
known to mention bis name, for reasons
which ate well known to tne coBmiuuj ,
but no sooner had the grave closed over
his mortal remains, man iuo w
tir. think 1 ho renutation Ol LoL
ABUi'J Vm ---- -
1.. ? ii. nri. ami it m not nocra
A -LI... M milflAB IPniTl Illfl HI D.I IK U i II
sauna ui ir . ,
rT lor US 10 answer ujcui, iumwuvu
J . 1 . tk.t a)li aw at vsa
false id every particuittr.
r . awr. TTto Krtir -Rrnwnlow
UHUWILVW sv-. -
is a monster, and the natural inference
would be that ne wouia oe preuug w
monstrosities, in tins, nower, uo u
been a failure. His eldest son, John, is
t M s mnmtrr. lie 11 limDlY a
UJ UU sti c ca u www--- .
weak dilution of hii fathers mendacity,
ti. 1 ..n.nii nffii'ient to tell a lie.
but he has not brains enoueh to aspire
to the telling 01 tne iruio. ie..uc,
moral caDacity in other respect is very
deficient. His'idea of personal honor
reaches do higher point man niav 01
murdering his college class-mate in the
j.a...llw mtfln! and hia notions
. ia.mmut,H in the willul mur-
der of a prisoner of war, who had sur
rendered to him. Such is John Brown
low a degenerate son of an ignoble aire.
Tbe Prealdenl'a Veto. ,
President Johnson yesterday een in
hii veto of tbe eleotoral college reselu-
tion. It baa passed the Senate neverthe
less by 45 to 8, and the House by 134 to
36. But tbe reason of the iresiaent
and tbe truth of bi conclusions will not
yield to tbe law of force, and will still
stand good, though millions vote tbem
down. Tbe following ia the concluding
part of the message 1
The true meaniniz of the resolution is,
that no State, a portion of whose inhabi
tants were engaged in the rebellion, shall
be permitted to participate in tbe Presi
dential election, eicept on tbe terms and
conditions prescribed in the resolution.
Assuming this to be the true construc
tion of the resolution, this inquiry be
comes pertinent: May those Northern
States, a portion of whose inhabitants
were actually in rebellion, be prevented,
at the discretion of Congress, from hav
ing their electoral votes counted ? It is
well known that a portion of the inhabi
tants of the States of New York and Vir
ginia were alike engaged in the rebellion,
and it is equally well known that
Virginia, as well as New York, was
at all times during the war, recognized
by the Federal Government os a State in
the Union, 10 clearly so that upon the
termination of hostilities it was not even
deemed necessary for her restfir&ViQq
that a froylslqnal Qocruor should be
appointed; yet, according o this joint
resolution, the people of Virginia, un
less they comply with the terms it pre
scribes, are denied the right of voting
for a President and vice rrenaent,
while the oeople of New York, ft portion
of the inhabitants of which State were
also in rebellion, are permitted to have
their electoral vote counted without un
dergoing the, process of reconstruc
tion prescribed for Virginia New York
is no don a State than Virginia, and
one is as much entitled to be represented
in the electoral college as the other. If
Congress hag tbe right to deprive Vir
ginia of this right, it can exercise the
aame authority with respect to New York
or any other State, and thus the result of
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the t residential etecuua mnj 1,0 .un
trolled and determined by Congress, and
tbe people be deprived of tbeir rights
nnder a Constitution to choose a Presi
dent and Vice-President of the United
Stales, as if Congress were tn provide
by law that the votes of none of the
States should be received and counted if
cast for a candidate who differed in polit
cal sentiment with a majority ot
tbe two Houses. Such legislation
would at once be condemned by
tbe country as unconstitutional, revo
lutionary and an usurpation of
power, as no power exists, in tbe Consti
tution authorizing such a joint resolution
as tbe proposed law, tbe only reference
being that oqe would be more palpably
unconstitutional and revolutionary than
tbe otber- One would rest upon the rad
ioal error that Congress bas the right to
prescribe terms and conditions a to the
right ot tbe people ot tbe states to cast
their votes for President and Vice Presi
dent, and for tbe reasons thus indicated,
I am constrained to return tbe joint res
olution to the Senate for such further ac
tion tbcreon as Congress may deem ne
(Signed AsDW JoHKioH.
Tbe following is the resolution thus
vetoed and passed by the partisan two
thirds majority :
Resolved, etc.. That none of the Slates
whose inhabitants were lately in rebel
lion shall be entitled to be represented in
the electoral college for Ihe choice of
President and Vice President of tbe
United States, nor shall any electoral
rotes be received or counted from any
of such Stales, unless at the time pre
scribed by law for the choice of elcctots,
the people of such States, pursuant to
the acts of Congress in that behalf, shall
have, since the 4 h day of March, lrjC7,
adopted a constitution of State govern
ment under which a State government
shall have bee a organized and shall be
in operatioa, and unlets such elections
shall have been held under the authority
of each constitution and government,
and each State shall also become en
titled to representation ia Cor.gross,
pursuant to ike aet of Cangrets in that
With reference to tb's reso'o.ion, the
Chicaga Timet commecU aa follows :
Tbe State likely to be effcted by the
enfjrcesaenl of Ibis revolutionary Jrt
are Virginia, MiaeiMippi and Tex? !
all btbera, the black-aad-taa d?nertu
called con.Lilutioa. have bws ratified by
that small minor ty of Ihe inhabitant
who. compos tie ssajsnty of tL&ea
allowed to vole -excepting In Alabama,
where Coagres. declared the thing to be,
that a majority of more than twenty
thousand voted should Dot be. In Mis
sissippi the black-aad-taa production
has been rejected. A like result 11 ex
reeled to follow in Virginia and in Texas.
The same vote that can repudiate the
negro infamy under tbe military recon
struction acta would give Ihe eleotoral
votes of those Slates, uoder the aame
acts, to the Democratic candidates. This
i wi.v tha Jaenhin revolutionists in Con
greas, in defiance of the plain letter of
the Constitution, declare tuai mmr votes
in the Presidential election shall not be
received and counted.
I.ATKHT TO NOOff TO-DAY.
Wisumaroit, July 21. Ia the Senate
(last night' session), Wilson called up
the bill for tbe reduction of the military
to a peace establishment, for which he
reported a substitute from the Military
Committee, the gubstance of which ha
already been published.
Anthony offered an amendment adding
two thousand arms to the number already
allotted to each State. The bill passed
by a strict party vote
The President has approved tbe legis
lative and eundry civil expense in the
appropriation bill ; the act for the re
moval of political disabilities from cer
tain persons; tbe joint resolution ex
onerating certain United State ves
sels from the payment of tonnage
fees to Consular agent in Canada;
joint resolution for the sale of unser
viceable arms, etc., an act declaratory of
law relative to officers cashiered or dis
missed from the army by general court
martial, an aot imposing a tax on dis
tilled spirits and tobacco, and an act
authorizing tbe construction of a bridge
across the Missouri river at Leavenworth.
Secretary of State Seward bas issued,
in accordance with law, a formal an
nouncement that if the resolutions of
North Carolina and Ohio are to be
deemed a .remaining of full force and
effect, the fourteenth amendment baa, by
tbe vote of the Legislatures of three
fourths of the States, become valid as
part of the Constitntion of the United
Columbia, S. C, July 21. The ne
groes are petitioning for incorporation
into military companies.
Bill bave been introduced in the
Legislature for change in every branch
Mosioombet, Ala., July 21. The
Legislature proposes to remove the poli
tical disabilities from all.
The army worm ha appeared in
Lowndes and in tbia county.
The nomination of Seymour and Blair
was enthusiastically ratified last night-
There were several nogroes present.
. NEW YORK.
Nbw York, July 21, 12:20 p.m. Gold,
142J; 6-20 coupons, '81, 115; '62, 114i;
C4, 1111; 'G5, 1121; 5-20'g, new issue,
1091; of "67, 109; 10-40'g, 1081 ; T-30'a,
second and third series, 109 ; Tennes
see bonds new issue, CC; old, 67;
Government bonds, strong.
Cotton weak; Uplands, 31 e.
Savamuh, Ga., July 21. This city
ratified the nomination of Seymour and
Blair last night by an enthusiastic meet-
ng and grand torch light procession.
Many negroes participated.
Liverpool, July 21, 2 p.m. Cotton
heavy; sales, 6000 bales; Uplands, 102
10J1.; Orleans, 1111U.
Vikhha, July 21. Baron Von Lederer
has been appointed Austrian Miniater to
the United States,
What of the Bight 1
Tbe Nashville Union and Dispatch,
commenting on the situation in Tennes
see, Uie call of tbe legislature, and tbe
semi-official expressions of tbe malign
influences and threat which are given
Qqt by the "Senior Editor," Governor,
through bn organ at Knoxville, says:
The Governor's paper counsels peace
no longer. Tbe laws of tbe State which
are ample for tbe protection of life, and
property, if executed in their letter and
spirit, are to be thrown aside as weak
nventions, and an tnluriated mob
1 to take the redress ot wrongs,
hcther real or imaginary, into
tbeir own bands. If this may
be done in Knox county, what as
surance bave tbe people that it will not
he the rule in every county where the
Radicals feel tboy have tbe numerical
strength to carry it out? This is the
boldest step toward a reign of terror,
such as characterized France in the days
of the revolution, that has ever been put
forth by a Governor in any Stale in this
Union, and itshows the imminent danger
which menace ihe peace and tbe liberty
of the citizen in Ibis State. While an
organ of the State governsanct i de
manding tbe organisation of a negro
regiment to domineer over the political
opponent of Ibat admiaistratioa in
West Tennes.ee, tbe Governor' own
paper, published under hi eye, ia
counseling a resort to the law of
the mob. We bave drifted more
rapidly "upon the dangeroo edge cf
ih.nff." than the great body of tbe
people of the State perhaps imagine. If
bloody wore; does noi iouw me revolu
tionary teachings of the Governor's own
paper, it certainly will Bat be because
ihe lawless snot; bi political rJ
herenia will not consider tlmselvi-a
liceased to resort to tbe pistol and blud
geon to enforce Radical ideas and Radical
n-.-j.ii fu:ir. ..M In hta
nenurii 4.1- -
prech at New York, that "3i-miI couM
rot tland up brfor a glast cf liquor.
What a pity that Bet let was not put 00
Ihe ticket with bins for Vice PrM.J'-nt,
ia place of Colfax. When " Grant won'J
fall before g'aa of I qaor," Butler
could t-rd the gentle leverage to bin
w.lh a silver spoon.
Washlagtoa sad Nashville.
The message of the President pro
posing constitutional amendments has
caused considerable talk. It is favorably
spoken of by both parties, but no action
is likely to be bad on it this session.
Mr. Morrill, of Pennsylvania, was over
come by heat In the House to-day, ana
conveyed borne. He i in a critical con
The Committee on Eloction reported
rn.olmiona allowing nroofto be taken a
to the loyulty of SwiUler, who conlet
tbe teat of Anuersou, 01 luinauun. -j ih
carrie Ihe cane over to December, which
accomplishes the partinan purpose of tbe
A half doxen representative from
Louisiana and Souh Carolina wte ad
mitted to-day to the House. One it a
The Noalh Carolina member reported
missing has turned np safe.
The President doe not altogether ap
prove of the whisky Ux bill, but there i
no doubt it will beoome a law.
NAsarn.Li, July 18. There w a
rousing Htymour demonstration at Tul-
lahome to-day. -
Capt. Sheafe, an exfeuerai oiucer
vho spoke, wa showered with bequeta by
The fi.llnwinor address wa made by
Mr. Millie McLean, on presenting a flag
to a Domocratio club :
"The women of Ihe South bave no
apology to offer for thoir devotion to a
cause whinh, thoueh lost, was precious
to their hearts. Neither will they prove
ungrateful for the magnanimity of the
Northern Demoerncy by recurring to
thiDgs which bad betier be forgotten. If
we endeavored in the cast to rend those
stripe from your banner, we have now
stitched tbem together with willing
hands. If we souclit to snatch troru you
tbe blue folds of it Southern luminaries,
we now commend it to your hand with
out a single alar absent trom tbe con
stellation." Louisville Courier special-
The friends and acquaintances of Joseph and
Margaret Chambers are respectfully invited to
attend the funeral of the latier's father, James
Buokljr, from the Ehelbr House, on Shelby
ftiw'. nt fnnT AyinV M. Brining.
REUBEN DAILEY, JUSTICE OP THE
Peine, has removed to tbe Jefierson Block.
in eon'equenca of contemplated ebanges in the
Odd Fellows' Building. Entranoei tio. 233
Second stree. ' 121
S!j5 It i: W AKD!
T WILL PAY THE ABOVE REWARD FOR
1 the return to mv house, or ofiiee. of a black
MCWKOUNDLANb PUPPY. about 6 months
old f was taken eurlv ytnterda morning.
B. a. JJAKNES, U Madison n.
July SO. 1868. 11M
IV O T I E V
T ITAVE. THI3 DAY. SOLD MY STOCK
1 of Hoods, at No. 162 Front .treat, notes and
accounts to WM. A. FITCHNKR. Persons
having any claims against me will please pre
sent them to me for settlement.
Memphis, July 17, 1568.
IV O TI O E . .
-DEFERRING TO THE ABOVE NOTICE
If. nf Mr. it. Morrow. I reauest nil Demons
thus indebted to come forward and pny, either
to me.priKonally or to Mr. S. L. JAM ES. who
is my only authorised a"it
U2 WM. A. FTTCTINER.
A TOURNAMENT (MECHANICAL AR
runneinent now made perfectly safe no
falling down r ruaning away of horse.,) for
Ladies, or for Ladies and Uentlemen, as part
ners, (two pxirs, or four, at a time,) now ready
and running evory day. A healthy exercise
as well as plea-ant snort and delightful and in
nocent enjoyment while quafling these health
Parties should bring their own rmes such
as souvenirs of the land we love, eto.
Charokb 5 eonta each for a eon test of three
rides for three rings ; 10 cents fur riding with
out the ring.
Ualrish. Tenn.. July Ifi. IStW. lit)
C lien p Excnrsion
Memphis & Louisville 15. B. Line.
rriWO DAILY TRAINS LEAVE MEM
1 phis ( 7 a. if. and 4 r.u., running threugh
without change of cars, tare for tbe round
trip, for parties of ten or more, $16 85 each.
Tbe distance from Cave City to the Cave is
seven miles, over an exoellentroad, with splen
did coaches, (iood hotels both at Cave City
and at th Cave. The celebrated BUENA
VISTA SPKINOS are situated ner the line
of this road, seven miles from Husellville,OTer
n vnpllnt mnrl. where visitors will find
splendid accommodations. Persons purchasing
Kxcnr'ion ticRou ro me iava can .wpurerat
Kussallville and visit t!r8.irt,;'n';-..
plAjf. It. JOS S,
H. WADE & CO.,
297 MAIS STREET. 2J7
Wholesale and Retail
BOOKSELLERS AXD STATIOXERS,
nAVE REMOVED THEIR LARGE STOCK
of Books and Stationery to the commodious
htorekna.e, few doors south of tbeir old
stand. No. 2t7. beins the old stand nf M.r.
Kl-ion k Bros , third door north of ateura.
MaorteM k Hightw's Diuf ctire, and belweea
Mears. W. K. Moor and Friedman k Bros.
We.nlioitalih.ral trade from bath the city
and country. We purpoee te rive a full I w
ii, ration f.r your mont-y. "'SMALL PROF
ITS AND tiUICK tKICRSd."eaaUbeour
All orders thankfully received and promptly
atteadedtn. II. WA OK k CO.
MS0: Doa't forcet the number of tha Store
97 Halei Wlr. m-M
Dt.M IXU AttDEWT.
MADAM M. LKIEPE CAN ALWAYS ;
be found at hw 11 all. 221 Proond .1.. - f
raadr tet'd to all that myleire ""fT
rmtoi.nal mtvi-m ia the atKva ".
The claw., are filhnt em -ha vae.t oa of
the lar -chaoL. Clws every laewlay, Thuja-
H O F A ! SODA!
rKFOrKT. ATTIIK CORNER CP PTAL
j aad . M-f. t .' reaiy. U.aa
newly lined and iuriad wub
rE and rai:sn meips
f l- t vr. ! Irta;r.lt iMrkraa fnrai-k
ia uk.-1 SlI' that r !" a r ..afcl.
J lui.u. Uvaa2is.lt. lri-U
OLD Vim AKD
ESTABLISHED BI L'APIIAEL 6EM.UES IN 1H19.
NO. 2S4 SECOND STJtJMT,
Irving Block, - - Momilil, Tenn.,
JMlOKTEH ANI PKALEKS IN
WINKS, LIUUOKS, CltfAUS, ETC,,
MARTEL BRANDIES, PORT,
Solo WgautH For
YANNISSEE AND WESTMORELAND WHISKEY.
WISUIXJJ TO SEDUCE OUR
I WK SHALT.
From and after July 1st,
SKLL AlilL. pUR
GREATLY REDUCED FIGURES.
B. LOWENSTEIN & BROS
Cor. Jefferson and Main Sts,
James flauertt. , joiin walsii.
FLAHERTY & WALSH,
Funeral Uiidcrtak crs
H TETALLIC CASES. CASKETS AND
111 Wooden Coflins, of nil kinds, conslpntly
on-band; also, r-ell-sealing Air-titn .ino
Rnrinl Orniaii &ml Oanteots larce.t size weigh
ing '.'.' lbs, and of latest stylo. All orders
promptly attenueu to. ..
SiorehonaeXo. 317 Nerond Nlrecl,
Bet. Union and Monroe streets.
HHIUcnce No. IHH Union .Ktreet.
Mr. James Flaherty having beon engnired in
thi. limine, for TWKXTV-Fivg vrabr, we foel
anril thnt we enn privn .niitftctiiin. vit-3'
.JUKES & SCOTT,
Stoves, Grates, Etc
SOLE AGENTS FOB
J. F. Filley'a Olcbratctl CooU Htoxe,
THE PLYMOUTH ROCK.
T 7 VERY STOVE OP THIS MAKE WE
rurmlm tn hnlte wail. Tbey are boyonu
The Best Stove In t'ae Market !
Ve have on hand, at wholc;ulo and retail, a
d supply of
Hi -A. PS,
Coal Oil, Aurora Oil, Gasolcen.
! KO. 336 SECO.I NTRELT.
wwUMers tor bivuku iuuwi
prompt attention. JfKrHA Tr,
JIEMPUIS & CHARLESTON R. R.
II .... t. . Ju v 111. 13. I
JU,.IHI. ' "
NOTICE-OJf AND AFTER THE ISth
in.t.. travel to the Ppnog. on the line ef
the Memphis Charleston H. K. wilUbe
enarge1 ai iuu h - ... .
The fat-t of lo.-al bu.ini-.. tr vel en the ros.I
having Uken atvauuae nf the privilege ct
tended to vi.ilorn to the Sprinn. prompts the
.Hk.lnvil ef arivilegegraol'-il in imMtratioa
Tlio Lllo nul ItesstttliiH
Oen. WM. T. HASKELL,
Ifow being Compiled and Arranged
I3yllev.lt. Ill lmXVi:it.
SrEfCRIPTlOif ARK POI.lCITFrt TO
this work, which, when Mmpilf-t. will la-Irf-ac
betwa fcrar and lira hon.lt-rl li in
lfr., pnatml ( r lrtilrr I paiv in Sm.1.1.
eleartyr-e, an.l un.l ia a rrlit.'.ie m-nrr.
(fn. Ila.-k.ll waa mi ol the ml Imllmnt
w.anana alifuut orator, tha T-nne-- ha.
rver si va lo our common roantrr. Ihnwiil
b rh.wn no only I'V a l.ricf n 1 lr.lhl.1 1 -r-raiire
f tba rhicl inc,ira-of hir rveit :ul :i:e,
bt l.v praeentms tiia r.lvr with b. Hi.n't
ciniung of I'oeau, I. -)., Letlcr. aad Ura-
U If ihe tr-.aal frid. and 'tmi-r f the
rroat f,n.a vul .airi; l.ira.iv.t
one, tie work caa be d-timed ty .en.lr.
1 he pr-tlai an.iat fma the .ale ef Ihe wcr
w.;l U arrvtm w erect Jig a te ai.
l-rir Tntve Poll.r.. i t ! d-live-y.
V. - ---r! Ir. a.vy Icat-a lKi' a.n.
w.ia C.l. J H. M a "' -a
strewl, wilh J. al. khAll.. K a.
SHERRY AND OTHER WINES,
H W A. rV 12 M 12 IV rX'
. Of ths Condition of the '
On July 1st, 1868.
MADE TO STATE OF TENNESSEE.
NAME AND LOCATION!
Tho namef the Company is ITNA IN
SURANCE COMPANY. -
The Company Is located nt HARTFORD,
The amount of its Capital Stock is TIIIIEE
MILLION DOLL A IIS, and is paid up. f
ASSETS (nt Market Value))
Ossh on hand and In Bank -.$ MI2 S9
Heal Entnte , 5t.:T !
United Staies.Suite and City Stock. 1.702,817 01
Mortiraite Bonds M2.2IS tn
Railroad Ktook - - ' 321.411 0
Rank Btooks 1.29fcU70 HU
Net A axel,
' Signed LUCIUS J. IIENDEE.
' Rubsrrib and sworn to before me l Hart
ford. Conn., this first day of January, I8H.
LSignoilJ KOBKKT K. IA.
Juitioo of tbo Tesoe.
II. A. LITTLETON CO.,
130 AcenlM. Memptilii, Teim.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
17 Kadlson St., Memphis.
TKS0RE3- LIVES AND ADJUSTS AND
1 pa-s loios promptly. It. prinoipal business
h with Southern Suite., and to tbem it appsnls
for patronago. It has ample means to fully
protoct policy-holders and pay all losieu.:
Net AawctM, Feb. I, ISOS, . a5U,917
BO.tltn OF DIKF.CTOU.1t
8. If. Dg Bk VeiSE. " F. M. WIi'ITE.
J. WE1.LKK. WM. A. WYS,
C. C. SPUNOnR. R. C. BRIikLEr,
AMDS WOODRUFF, C. P. NORiil;
I.. HOWES, - N. B. FORilEST,
SAM. TATR. 1 F.S.PAVI.
C. W. FRA7.KR, T. A. NELSON,
F. W. WHITE, Acting Presidont.
BEN. MAT, Secretary.
Oen. W. B. F0EEE3T, Oen'l TraveliBRAsr't.
INSUEANOE COMPAFf ,
16 HndlKou Street, MeitilIil, Tenn.
CAPITAL STOCK, I I I I .100,000.
Take Fire, Marine & River Risks
W.B.OREF-NLAW. JAMES ELDER,
C W. UliYER, N. S. BHI'l'K.
J NO. O V H TO N. .1 a., W. M . F A R R I NQTOIf
KL'UKNK MAlllSVKNfcV. . .
W. F. OREENLAW,
S. P. READ,
Hays Coal Company.
(Successors to BRIOC.S X PETERS ON J
Wholesale and Retail
Dealers In Best nttsbnrg Coal,
From the Hays, Mine., first pool, Mononrabtla
TrMP COAL AND SLACK COAL PUT IN
i ll..rheaJa and dclivurad oa Cars aad
orriCE93 1-3 nrnllaoi . J8-?
A i.tinr netwera 11. iv'Qn tni rumnci rtvii
man. under the ttrl. ot I). KMIXs CC. h.v
inr htea .ii'fnlrf.l hy ihe wilhilrawal f S.ia
Scclcmin, the U itiwi will te ntinurd
hr IV K in, an.lcr l nine Hyir j he' eto'nr.
A II .lcl. Jae i I firm w.ll l. c, l-ci U all
lixbiiilia. a-.aaird by li.eaai'1 1- Khf ,.
I), k" M N .
A l.rre awrtrrrn' of TV Unet and Mo-qaiio
Nctins. at LK-S PK1CF tb-n e:i t br i-lacw
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