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B atn ANK KI BUT NATIONAL OF MKM.J 1118. r. a. Vans, rres M ttawum torn. v. r. (1WMAN. 0. II.. MACHINIST AND i Heal. Kaotor. Vti'A Mala streak. Sueoial attend., a liven U repairing scales. ' SI ilITt HANK, NKYV. BANK BllfiJlBU. msiiiituii avmi! Di Ai. luupr, i i" t , Kirk, Uuhiari J. A. Hayes, Jr., Am t. C- AKOLINA LU'K INS. CO 42 MADISON t. J. Davis. Vm'U W. F. Boyle, 8eo. D ICKINriON, WILLIAMS CO., COTTOIT aeiors, ziti ri.nl street. ' E MMONSiSON. HOOKS, STATIONERY, t" jllrMKll. AMIS k CO.. M AHBLR-WOKKB 1 and Drain Pip. eoiAilains and Beoond. G OBPEL, LEOPOLD, AQKNT, DKALER in OricHDi I and Knabe 'Mi2f0 au. H KINR1C11, P. tiuns, Oroeeries, Llquori, eto., aJ4Maln. M 000MBit, KKLLAH BYRNES. II AHU ward, Cutlerj'iato11322,4 and ail Main. 0" UUI LL BROS" A CO., HA RD W ARE. CVT lery, AarieulturaJ InvlaincatsU Fron. C T K AM DYE RS k C LEA N E R8- Q Hanson A Walker (lata Hunt A Hanaon), 846 Second street. w HITMORE. E., STEAM JOB PRINTER, l.i Mmlisnn STrf.pi. Wheeler & Wilson's N EiW ' SILENT-WORKING ........ .v I j. H .Ik. v v. Sewing Machined . ; i': '- : ! '..r'txyoyy.t.tf.ri '" .' IS SUPERIOR ""' FOR TH E FOLIiO W1N0 RiEAHONS i Iu yearly sales ar larger than those ol all other Sewing Machines combined. This fact alone U tlit) surest tos jof j.ti merit and superiority. "It is an instrument of grdafWrsatililV in its operations.' ' It will hem, fell, braid, cord, gather, tuck more beautifully than any other machine in use, without bast- -tug r any preparation of ilia wuilt - ;-q'---' ..tin t.U"s ! ' 4 : .. The I.OCK STITCH , which it makes is more durable and beautiful than any other, presenting the same appear ance on both sides of the fabric and will not ravel. It is also more. economical, requiring oNs-Mimr tuan cotton than any otWr kind of stitch. " Baing thesame i on both sides, it is not necessary to.use .theextremely fine sewing cotton squired by'those machines wliicti make'a stitch with a ridge on the underside, which can . only be concealed by ustuij thread teo ' delicate and fine to bc.tr ordinary wear. . Its simplicity renders its movements -so-easy that a child can work -iuIt is almost noiseless in operation, and for , speed and rapidity of motion excels all ! others, as has been demonstrated a thou sand times by competition. - . ...... ..TA . ' It possesses the very great advantage 'of carrying the work in the natural way '.. from left to right which enables the operator to handle tliewerk more readily aud to sit upright; while machines which ... carry the work from the operator require an inclination of the body forward (Jotri , mental to health) and are hard and tire some to use. . ; ' ., . The prices are within reach of every . one. . Machines are made -to suit all tastes and circumstances, and the plain ' est in 6nish will work as well as the most Fu7l" and thorougli instructions given at the house of the customer at any time, J free, of charge,, and the (mpet;pniu8 taken to render complete satisfaction. 1 , . ' . i v ' .' . . . i ii A . i MontlUy i,Paymentg ; or I'. ',) :c - WILL PROOURK ONE AT - Jl. SUMNER CO.) NO. 256 SEC0N1 STREET, . f r :. I . vV 1 a- . (Opponlte onrt flvjnnre), MeropliU. FURNITURE. ETC.' amettTe & co .", 89U MAIS STREET, orris, waoL8Ai mo arran,, --- FURNITURE, . CARPETS, v OILCLOTHS, MaHra,'WIntow-hiU,te., - To wtiln we Invite tpl tUnUB--0r took li yerr oomplete. and pnoai alwaya as Low m tbe Lowest. ? ' ppilttaaMaaMaaaMaaBa NEWSPAPERS, . , . The Soutlieni Adycrtiscr. "ANZEIQER DE3 jSUDENS," Jbstislibhid KOCCCttm, ' Leading Orraa t the Snmn Population of ta.fionthweft. ' L0UI8 WUNDERM AH,EDrri D Paor'a. Oflicet Cor.Thlrt aad Jefferson, ; la PiMtofioe Bolldinc, Memiiiit, Tinni Ita axoaadiaetr lanre eiirnlatioa thronchoat . ui eiVF ana duw wuory - rallent opportunity to make their ftuiineai knawa to the thousands of llermani hying in .CARPENTER. - JOHN. HBIUi Carpenter and Builder, tbelley,rrrt JITer. - averTtMideaee. Ho. f Kiafcaare irM (- CONFECTIONERY. CIIAS. HOWARD as orssio ii Ladies' Oyster 4 Refreslimeiit PARLOHH, . i NO. tmf MAIN HTIUIIIT, Xer M 4 Ihm, "IITHERK HIS rmTOMKrW CA! FE V erryed el ell a.nre wiia Ihe t d.li .,,, Coffee, th-eufela. Cakee. Coafee- Uoaa and t THTEHfl tTtBT HTTI.K. Hieroome are r.airrtablT and -T;yiH Jl. aad rwea pr"rt ji , - m niia a eall. :jj .TnTriT:ich::rrE.,;::rir: i ,.j j I II P. I I II iv" ii " I M u a l r Hal i i n , n tir l 1 m in- , , h.lj y 1 "I ' f-f"t',i;i.'.i? .vl.tw' rn.i ,T Ml' .'-t i i'.t '.i. if, -,'!, By E. WHITMORE. 'rtf-"-V, --.-jr .T. VOL. 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Every One has now anJ then ent'irunt- ered in society people who have no ap parent property, rear 0 pernonal, yet who seem to nave an me coin ions anu luxuries which wealth procures, without milking any of those exertions which proenre . wealth. ' J tiey are generally very .pleasant, companionable., people, who have been everywhere and Seen eve rything. They know everybody, and everybody knows them up to a certain pOlUl. 1 lie IlllliCl viii.on n iit.ni. i-uu. hand, tho wife and daughters dress ele gantly, and the son's pocket-money iB the allowance of a prince imperial. They have the best rooms in the most . . , . , . , i i lasluonabie notei, or, it iney Keep imuoo, their menaye is unexceptionable. They have the niOBt premature lamb and tiie earliest peas, the handsomest lundau and the choicest seats at the opera. In short, ther feed on the roses and lie in the lilies of file. 1 But how do they munsge- to do it? The Dores, you say, are charming people ; the ladies are well bred and bright, and Dure senior is courtly, not to nay distinguished.' But what is the trade, business, profession, ol Dore senior ? What does he do for a living? He is evidently itniricisely wealthy, but it is just as evident that he is not worth a cent. . .Nobody can, ,,iind out that he owns a square inch r,real estate or a dollar's worth o( any kind of Btock petroleum or other. Tie is not a speculator, that is certain. Is he a gum blor? ,1118 habita and associates .are beyond reproach. Is he and this should be put in the smallestdintuomltype. like ilia whisiwrs in Charles Heade's novels a counterfeiter? Tho suspicion dies of its own folly. If ho were a 4rMguene might suppose him, to be an eccentric nobleman examining the social institu tions of otir country; but aalbrtitnati'ly for so flattering an hypothesis,, he ii American born and bred. " There are just two things known about him the rest is mystery. The two thing re: first, that he has no visible mentis of sup port; and, secondly, thut he. .lives like ' A regular, rich Don Rataplan ...... tianta Clans da laMaseovado i ,i: ." Senor Hrandiasimo Bastinado." or a Count Monte Cristo, at least.' And how does he manage to do it ? By what subtle alchemy does he coin grld to meet his lavish current expenses? , What is his heavenly receipt for living sump tuously on nothirg a year? "" ' Jlost people who have ' noT'ThTIe'rTted money or made it by a InckjJ ttrokc, have to work very hard and. be very eeonom ical, if they have wife anfl children; in order to face their butcher boldly and nieet their tax-collector without a blush. But there is our friend Dore. who toils not, neither does ho, spin,' and yet Solo mon in all his glury was never "loss effected by the fluctuations of tbe money market or the prices nf provisions. He is a social mystery. VVo look upon, liiri with a kind of awe. . Kim loped in thai faultlessly cut cout, and buried under that snowy shirt-bosom, lies the secret whii-li half the world lones for the secret of living on nothing, tho art of economy for this we take to be qconomy elevated to a fine art. ' (.- , We have all met in our. larger oities with such people as the Dore family, and have received from them a rugae im pression that there is a royal road to soft living entirely disconnected with, bard work, frugality, and the petty annoyances which enter into a successful struggle for a competency.- We have bUleld Jiese people, and wondered, and sometimes while we were wondering they and their jorceousness have disappeareU--Jak the enchanted things in a fairy tale leaving naught behind except some unpaid bills. But this has only heightened the mj'slery and splendor of the phenomenon: ktrj Sutitrduy. y " Morkerj ef h" Moat iXnllcafsiS Klssd." From the Chicago Post.1 '! :7Mlt ' Under the present law every clerk ap pointed or promoted in tbe departments must be subjected to a nominal- exami nation. It is a mockery of the most conspicuous kind. An initnnpe of this "examination" for a place in the Trea sury Department comes to our mind, and it is a fair specimen of all- -The appli cant, being summoned; maaew hrs- ap pearance in a room where sit-tSe Audi tor and two venerable gentlemen, topped with porselain. The candidate is iiilro ducedbythe Additot, and-reruesd Xa be seated, when the following dialogue ensues: ' : 1st Venerable Gentleman A .very, fine daT, sir. ' i ) ' - Candidate Tes; tbe wind blew tbui nnrnins. however. ' - !d Venerable- ftentlemati - t-trrrnk it wili undoubtedly soow to snorrr w. My hens stand witn their heads to tbe north' east. A long pause. . , v ( Auditor (to candidate): It ssee; yon are from Candidate Connecticut. Auditor Recommended by Candidate Senator Ferry. " ' , A nuttier ionir and dismal Datlse: then a discussion of the situation of the rebel armica. duriun which the candidate s oDinion is not asked. At the end of half n hour the examination is resumed. 2J V. G. A-a-a-a , tow old areyou. JUHi'K iiin" Candidate Thirty, last Wayci!" ' 2,1 V. (J I think that will do.' Candidate Jf-paiia, learning. ' Th? didn't trip him up on a aingla qamtion. Tbe sentiment of th Orwian bend: "I'm sitting on thPTryle, Mary.'1- yJ ltM:: :::: : I !- .i..i:;ri , ,,ir 3lSMSnS;IESSEE :' SATUltpAY EVENlNGj .NOVEMBER' 2GXlfflQiZ,, J,l, ,jnitf.,i,a,VSit,f An Inlervlrw WIUs th Aaanealn of .u I..,. If. , ., ,: Al. V. .'" u" SilB From tha l?an Frn'o(ico Cbronlclelithil " , Yetoniuy, afturutton, at J, . o'clock, Chroniulo reporter visittd . the cell, of Mrs. Laora; fimt,. Uie .assassin of A, P. Crittenden, and requested an interview with her. - He waajuet at the threshold by the attentive and polite nurse, and, ou iiiqniruig into Mr. Fair s condinftn, woHi inCormod ,tbat she . had passed the night in aleep, and awoke much refreshed aud in better, hoallk than, at . any time liuoe nor incarceration, but about noon she was visited by ber mother, who came to consult with her on the course to be taken fin tier defense,- and- - tc-r-ranirements.aji ' to lb oMsDOsition of her property, "of which she (the mother) bad taken charge. ;This .visit neoossarily brortirhl Mrs. Fair facsl to face with the " :i. - i l;-v.r. couwuipiaiiou Ol llio verriuiu itamj the tragedy which resulted in tne acatn of Crittenden, and the offended majesty of the law that requires her to appear before a jury of Aet peers and answer the charge of willful murder laid at her door. After her mother left, the nurse found her in a state of greau mental excitement produced .by , the ,rc- alization ot the ternoie position in wauv1 she finds herself placed. The'-reporterj requested the nurse to communicate his) desire for a personal interview, and tha nurse Boon returned wnn me request ii walk in. but not to excite her unnccesJ Wily,-us It1 would retard her recovery from- tlioi uuli.iposiuon under wiucli aliu) still labors. On entering the cell, Mrs. 1, Mrs. ing an er he i Fair was found lying in bed, wean embroidered crimson sacque over nightdress. The reporter seated himself on tbe bed that forms The nurse's coucn of repose, and the interview was as follows: J Reporter Mrs. Fair, we have called upon you to Bea if you have any desire ( Mr. il'Vir (sobbing) I only wish td say to'yoH that 1 wish to be let oloti.1. do not wish to see any one, unless it be a lawyer, to make my will, and the doctor will not let a lawyer come to see me. Keporter 1 erliaps at some otiier tiiuei when you are more-calm, you would be disposed to make a statement I Mrs. Fair (interrupting, hysterically excited) Nol 1 have nothing to say desiratosay nothing. Ihey have, snid so ninny things about me alrcadywsnd now not even a single lawyer will dp atiythntig for trie.' All I want to do is to arrange my money affairs to secure m little girl, and than 1 want the doctor t eive me drutrs till I die. I Keporter You must not get so miici excited, Mrs. Fair. There is every dis position to set you right. if you desire tp rayiiiijlhin citncernine; what ajj beeh said in relation to this matter. '- I Mrs. Fair I do not know what they have said. I am here alone, aud have not beard anything. (Pleadingly.) Have some pity, some charity, please. . C ! v Thw Nurse Khe1 has not read any-af the papers, and does not know what has been published. I Mrs. Fnir My poor child is my only care. ..fter having settled my affairs J wajit Io diei No one ltnows lut I can't siry iiiiylhing" " Kven the lawyers refuse to do anything for me. Will no onle have mercy? ! Here Mrs. Fair broke into a hysterical Er of weeping that prevented further -communication. ' J hrouguout the . tinet interview she was continually throwing her arms wildly about, and covering her face with a handkerchief. Her voice was repeatedly broken by sobs, and betokened a nervous organization wrought up to a pitch of unnatural excitement. The in telligence brought to her by her mother, that no lending lawyer would undertake her defense, contributed in a great meaB nnr'to her eTrcitemen. ;;Khe fully real izes her position, and the question of her sanity cannot be doubted. She is sane in mind, and when a few days more shall elapse there is no doubt she will be sulli cietitly calm to meet the charge which ins bee8 preferred against bar.". Mm. Eair j Jipparcotly inlout thirty-seven years of age, though her pale, haggard and careworn countenance, indicating great mental suffering, would make her appear much older, she will be unable to give the matter of her trial any con sideration for several days to come, and in the meantime her physician, Dr. Lyford, who has attended her for fifteen months, and knows her condition, forbids jitff holding viy opnveation with any one. Tier motW yesterday broached the auhjecj of her trial, because she is obliged to return to San Jose to-day, and desired to have matters arranged previ ous tn'hrr departnre. Mre. Fair's mother Is lit a state of great nervous excitement as well as her daughter, and when they meet the scene is one painful in the ex treme;' ' " '- '" "" ' " . ' ' '- "Aj aqtioeeat Mass Huns; for Mur der." i To tho Editor of the Courier-Journal. In' Your paper of last Thursdiiy-you publish, p ruinautie stnUineut, designed to show that John C. Hamilton, who was hung at Glasgow, ".Ky. ia 1H17. fmthe murder of Dr. Sanderson, was innocent of the murder. I wish I could believe the story of Hamilton's innocence, but 1 cannot believe it on the statement made in vour- paper of Thuisday. .The so called confession of a criminal, who was hung . iu Mississippi," somewhere in " Eastern Mississippi,',' where we are not told,', either -'thirty or. thirty-five years ago,'' has an indefmiteness, dubiety and mystery abont it that do not plead loudly for credence. If such a confession as is reported was made' "thirty or thirty-five years ago," In' some part of " Eastern . i5is:ssippi,'' it Is mysterious that it snrmht-naTe' remained -w-weeret vloring " thirty or thirty-five years." There were at the time in Kentucky a great number of pent Otis deeply Interested In theicon- tession reported. . Andrew jacasyii s bosom friend and great lieutenant, Got. Wni. Carroll, was at that time one of the most conspicuous nien in TenrteJsee. Hweya the 'bnitbeivia-law of John C. Hamilton-. ' Why war this- exonerating ' " confession " kept from iira? j ! - Johntt Hasnillon was convicted on circumstantial evideaoe, but it consisted of '.4one;terieof cireamataneta, all p"i"tiiirT injjua directioru-Xheac. cir cumstances were weighed and presented to the jury by Solomon P. Sharp,.one of tke ablest . anil most Conscientious law-, yera in Kentucky. There were few per sona in the State in 1817 or since who entertained any doubt as to Hamilton guilt. He prepared a pamphlet on, his caw, which was published t Lexington, Ky.. by his father, after the son was ex- K ruled. . reau ii at lue nine ui ita yuv ieation, and neither its. method nor iu tone struck me as the work of an mno cent mam Tka great effort of the un happy man was to create an impression that a family, whoje name he gave, were the authors uS the murder, lie Uied to produce the suspicion that they stole his sherry-vaUies, put blood on them and hid them where they might be found. The pamphlet of which 1 speak exhibit ed a fervent pietv rarely seen amoag such men aa Hamilton. The letters pnr pnrting to have been written between the ponvittion lor murder and execution were pt fettly saintly ia their character. Bat lr. Jhr J-. tt allor, the diatiBguiafc 1 HaptUt clergyman and editor, told me that they were tbe merest abasaa. He said thit -vy elrgyman who approach ed Hamilton on the subject of religion AUHIUULyiRC. :.:V,!T .,i.i,: .".,. f-V LARGEST CITY -M.r.v.iJ liiTTyT, : m,- u i waa driven from ,the Jail by .his horrid profauity-, Among these clergymui waH the father of Dr. waller, wno urscnoeo some of these scenes to Dr.. Waller, my infArmantt.,-! (' nt f. j i.:n ''..(l .1. . " ,, I tliiuk that tbe statement about the negro and the sherry-vallies will scarcely "hold ahucks."-' This was as how a very rare Garment in the Jien river region It la doubtful whether there were three other pair beside Hamilton's in all that part of Kentucky.. They were made of thick velvet or buckskin,' sometimes of both, the leather being next to 'the sad die. i They wera buttoned along the out side of the leg, and uniformly worn over another pair ot pantaloons, because tliey were used1 in ' riding- on horseback It must be confessed that , sherry-vallies would be s strange party costume, even for a nezro slave. But a negro sluve would hardly -have stolen his master' serry-vaities iot a party occasion, oe eaose of the eertaiuty of discovery aru- in J from uu use ot such a notable, dress at a party. ,Al a negro assemblage, many of the ncgroeB would have seen then, for the firBt' time. 'a tiair of eherry-vallies. It is very 'likely that Hamilton's was the only Dairin tke neighborhood., na nad to go to Lexington to have his made by McCullough i. F'ostcrj then the principal tailors in th. Westcru oouutry. ..; The probabilities .are all. against the re cent , statement (hut Hamilton s negro had ' stolen '. his , sherry-vallies' worn them ' tf;' party; got into" A . fight by whiuh they were stained, with blood, aud hid, them, in Hamilton' barn, to await an opportunity for cleaning olf the blood, so that he might hang them on a nail in the owner's room. 1 But were the sherry-vaUies hid. in; the,- barn ? i Was there any endence during the trial that they were found in the barn? If so, I should like to know which' of the wit nesses said anything of the kind, " ..Is it a fact that the. Hon John Rowan appeared, for Hamilton? My impression is that he did not. I know that Hamil ton, in his phamplct, scourged bne law yer who undertook his case and aban doned it, because, aa Hamilton alleged, he was a political aspiraut, and public opinion was so' 'Strong against the ac cused; that the lawyer deserted the, .ad vocacy of the prisoner I tin not cer tain that this was tho Hon. Jobn Rowan, but I think it was. I doubt whether any reader of Hamil ton's pamphlet rose from it perusal with any doubt of bis guilt, , , XX, 1 The ' Music of the Union" The Wed ding March; ; , The report that Daniel McFarland hiiB been eent to an insane asylum is denied by his friends. v. i,,.' .;..,! ! Waste paper dealers will be interested to know that the " Patent Ollice Report " is now going through the press at Wash ington. ' The Unita Cattolica, a pnper published in Rome, has assumed, and promises to continue, a black border until the Pqpe is restored, , , i, , .,, , i Mamma, can a doorspenk ? ' "Cer tainly not, my dear." Then why did you tell Anne, this morning, to answer the door ?'' '.'It is time for you to go to school, my dear," . , ,.- . . , ,- At the New York Foundling Asylum on the parlor table they have a contribu tion box In 'the shape of a uiinlnture house, end labelled, " Foundlings' Bank Interest Payable in Heaven.",: , v A, minister , said to a . little., boy: "Johnny, tell me where God is and I 11 give you an orange." Johnny immedi ately responded: "Tell tne where he is not and I'll give you two." . .-. i y. The Chinese, fire a queer people to go to market, A friend at San Francisco writes that a neighbor of his had just laid in his winter's provisions a hind 'quarter' of a horse and two barrels of bulldogs; -i.. .: in- ! .,...! A cruel mother in Indiana recently captured and married her daughter's in tended, whereat the young lady took urn brage-, and by way of lire revenge, set off a half dosen bunches of lire-crackers nnder. the bridal couch. !,.,.., A painter named Leish recently com mitted suicide by throwing himself from a steamboat on the passage from St. Paul to St. Louis. ' He had deserted his wife and family at the former city, in tending to go to Texas, but being seized with a remorse! of conscience on the way, he gave his money to the clerk of the boat, and jumped down between the whcelB before any attempt could be made to prevent lim; 'ii.;,; i ; i, ; . A man ini. Terra Haute, Ind., tells a story of a barber who was shaviug- bim some time since.--The barber stopped a few moments and procured a box on which bw mounted to continue his work, The customer asked: "What did you get that box for?" To which the barber re plied, "The snakes are all over the floor, sip, and I want W get out of their way.1 The customer i misted on finishing the job himBolf. "-I ' - (.. . 1 In Blackhawk county, Iowa, there is a Mrs'. Samuel Shoen, who i the mother of three pairs of twin boys' and two pairs of twin girls, and in all, twelve boys and six girls, all of whom arrived at manhood and womanhood, except on twin boy that died when three years old. . Mrs. Shoen still survives her hus band, and had at one time seven boys in the army. ' One pair of twins went through the war and died soon after within a feW honrs of each other, but thirty miles apart' , ; Dr. Russell, writing to tho London Times, describing a visit to the hospital at Versailles, says: , "One man was alive with a ball lodged in his brain; he had even been conscious. Another had the side of his skull clean carried of by a shell; and a third, in a ward all by him self, waa but no, it. waa -too horrible the man was .in. mania, .and Mr. Furly and J hurried into the next ward, whence an orderly was sent to keep watch and ward, over' the case. - Tbe. simpering swagger and fratberly flaunting of some of these marshals , in . their nalUt would be enough to make a man who was mere ly nervous quite delirious. . I would not, spends might alone with Catinat and V itry for a large portion in my strongest days." i . ., , . ,, .... Th'TfTileSTTotT'orToOtr haJ been con sidered from every point of view, of late i years, by. writers on dietetics an.leli-' mentation,' and now it is the most impor tant nf all questions to the besieged in-1 hubitanu of Paris. . A French physician ha, therefore, rendered an immense ser vice to hi countrymen by demonstrating upon what diet human life oan be most econtmi ieaHw swsjtatrred for a consider able period of time. Singularly enough, a Smyrniote physician, investigating the same problem at tbe same time, has ar rived at a precisely similar conclusion, which is, that the wasted coffee berry is the substance that will best conserve the bodily powers; Tbe Frenchmen tells us that man may lira for many mouths sa aa ounce and a quarter per diem of thefollowing mixture: i en parta of cocoa powder, five each of coffee and sugar, and two of tea. Provision, therefore, for Vang siege, should include these articles ia large supply. The lost of tea and coffee was the greatest of tbe depri vations of the Southern Suites dnnai the war, and the wretchel lubstitute employed, tar Use latter article especially wheat, rye, sweet potatoes, peanuts, Indian meal might of themselves have reduced the disloyal drinkers to subjection. -M ,m: :ii.on.'.) .-'-r! -rp "-r.u ..( , .., ... ,-. ,. r.. j, ,;;;.;' ; ;v , .!, it:., i,Mi. .,.:, -,.;.., - CH-uLu CiH -.u ' .it,. :l n'l' .; - 1 " 'f. . ;7Trrr ..,. i.i- r -r.il,., iii .. ii i,. ; 7i eST1 "-BH. . s&fe, i w. Rfl-i j' u- ;:: ar.:"'"''11 II I II"' 1 ' 1 1 "i II 1 1 1. 1 1 1 "'II -:.-J a ..Vl'' mil , .., ..J. ... I. 1 1 1 II" J' II " 'M I II" J II iii;a CIRCULATION. , FURNITURE. carpetstt oil cloths & ' 'furniture. I HAVE JUST RECEIVED 4 JJKW AND elegant itock of .It!' : CARPETS. OILCLOTHS AND FURNITURE, . ' . ...ii . Whlfh I will tell at ORKATtT REDUCED rtUCK.H, and resieetfully ask yurchaaera to call and examine air stock.' ... , . .'..il ill jV( Yi i iM.i i : ,-.,;,; E. FEGAN, i ; . . ...in-' !.; 1 , i .i in 'l i: !:: ..: in 260 Second St, Vincent Block. P. 8. All toodn packed. il.tpp4 and detir- STOVES. Great Excitement ; j, j ovss, Tfia woupxarcp sccoass or . ; BUCK'S BEIILLIAHT r bai, . Cooking Stoves! .... l ' , !.: .in I: (Hi :r. I fPUB LARUE Nb'MHER OFPREU MS 1 awarded " BVCK'S BRILLIANT" cook ing .tovea at alt ttio leading Kaire in the ...al...v m.lit lh. ununimou. tactl- monyef' thethnnsands of housekeeoera who nave usea mem. siamv luaiu, wiuwui- .w.i Tbe IteKt Cooking Stove In '. Vhe World.' ., j '.' Back's Rrlllinnt was awarded the ' .'" ''',' Firnt Premium at the St. Louis Fair, l&r9. ,. First Premium at the Hu Louis Fair, twin. First Premium at the St. Louis Fair, is. First Premium at the St. Louis fair, lw7. Firrt Premium at the ft. Louis Fair, twit. First I'reiniiun at the St. Louis i air, Wis. , First Premium at the Louisiana State I air at V, llrlu.n. 1WM. . First i'remium atfheLouisianaStateFalr at Now Orleans, 1S70. . First I'riMiimm at Memphis Fair, lt. V Viiwl lip.ii.liim e Mnmnhii Fair. 1S70. First Premium at many other Fairt of leas defeating in actual trial all' tha leading stoves of the country, including the Charter Oak, Charter, Araerioan, vnampwu, ranui,,,,, Stewart, Home I'onitnrt, anu many ouierr. and to-day the " HI CK'S BRILLIANT Stova suinds WITIKHJT A RIVAL, hverr stove guaranteed to live entire satisfaction or uia money reiuuuou iu (uu. ui i.i. BISK & JOHXSOX, Geu'l Ag'tK, And dealer, in all kinds of Cooking and Beat ing Stoves, Alanlles, urates, xinware, mi niate. Tinners' stock, etc. i and also aa-enti for the celebrated COAL COOKING ST0 h "Buck's Guarantee." The best coal Cooking Stove in the market. Xo. iiO(S Main St., Memphis, Teiin., Oi.posite Petbody Hotel. "" W FOUNDRY. 1 Stereotype and Electrotype FOUNDRY, ;i ..... r . ' 18 Vine St, bet 4th' and Bth, .i..li !.-- i ' I'ltiHH n ATI ALUSOM, SMITH i JOHNSON. .: . i- ' '-. '. ' : I 1 -! " :- ,'":' ' ' i , . Manufactorars of, and dealers ia ' I . : . ; : ' ' I ' . . ' i.i . '!.. I. f.': ., " ' ' . ' . ! 1 BOOK AND NEWS TYPE I'sUNmti MATERIALS ' Of avarr deacriptiaa. Stfreotyptnff and Elf trotjplng Ii all their various branch tr Wood Bagraviag, for.Foaadara.'; aad Fattari Letter. - .VI, ill. ii i ii r i ii ii. y. fi 11 ill '. k ' " ' ! I i DOLLAR STORE. TJ'i; .. 1 .;.l-"v i. l. 'i-iil.tn i: ' , ill: Jno iu'i X i i -1 I'l TlUT -III Kl If yu.llH.V ..,': ,.i .;.:,:: in. ...M-.:! i.l .'ill. ,il fl-..!. .'I .-!. i :.v :',iii',ii '1 , ii,: l-i'i.ii.Jl 'i-i I I ,'i.nii!i...,t :'t i .inn 'imi . i y hue ,viui !"":'i'.. t) 9V ' .-PS t j? 5 2 t a S ? !r 1. M m M Y I. , s P j 5 2 We call particular at tention to our splendid as 8ortine.it of large and fashionable Jet SVts. ' . in if. u 77-t JOB PRINTING. PANERSHIP. Xai'tnersliip. JHAV me. i r. Jol HAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATF.D WITH , in tne profits or my insurance online., ohn H. Bowen and Mr. JiMiepb II. Shepherd, and tha style of tbe firm will n future be II. A. Littleton x to. rnanK- ful to patrons for past tavors, we- would respectfully solicit a continuance of tha same to tne new nrin. ,.,. ; H. A. L.1 1 1 btilUJI JonyihiWcMlirH HOTELS. rot'ibody Kotol ! IJtHIS WELL-KJiOWN HOLSB HAS passed into the hands of tha undersigned for a term of years. ' Tie will spare no attention or expense to make it a FIRST - CLASS HOTEL, la every respect, and hopes to merit a liberal patronage. WM C. MILLER. Proprietor. T-t National Hotel, : Cornel1 Main and Fourth ats..' " .) ... . !... V .U .1 , LOUISVILLE, KYri, ... SHIRLEY ft McCORKLE, Proprietors HAVI50 RKCESTLY MADE ATI ADDf tiea of forty raomt to thia centrally lucated hotel, together with spacioaa Parloro and Reception Rooms, ( ' Wa desire to call attention to tha improved .trie of tha h.rusa and our very lew rata.. Teis hou.1 is in tbe oenter of tha city. conve nient to all business bouses, steamboat land ina. tiosaeffiea aad alacas of amaaeeaent. r-trect car. leave the door every ten sninulea for all para 01 ine city. ... '' FAKE, II M PER HAT. ' ' ' PHIRLET it McCORKLK, Il'vI"e Transfer Company omniknse tin, n.ci in Tinornll rrir. 1 - MONUMENTS. Steam AVorkH. THOMAS MATDWEtL, , sunt I ITALIAX AMFHTrAN AND KOTCU OHAMTB MONUMENTS, Mm. S7 A NO a CIVIO ftTREEf Mnitnriiti, Tonbt. H1 tnd Fcxt Stoi, Ms.ntlMt Viei, Cuuo tr and Thl Ta. Kar Bitur hl-', to., f ttk km Iialifta and W l I. SS9 2 -T i" "Z i1.,''sSi.',Jlft-52 r iri u hi " X i ; r - S 1 e ' "5 f' fl'S1 its- .s:f...s;5l:s.3.3 H 9 r . 1 ! ? g .v-.xl i.lil.f a u S .t : . ' .V!..:ri... S, - If M S 1 ; 1 1 as - - - " T T t . .-..:.,,.' ..; -i-:-,.'. ,." v JyJf.i . ,i . ii") ', . i 'in i. :iji n B 3 5 ' ;,:,:.! .,U,tt -.11 ...!: ..1 .S?.t.'.A1l : ! v.ii ; i.iij '-Hit'' r i m u j; q ' i ; ;,') N i S.j (! ui il uu-' if. i . ; Wi-M. j- !. : 1.', '.-:t( !i ,... fi'iiill. ".'I' . ;,l l ui !, . t I ' '' - :'A '-ii; yx.-t ii. :i 'ft'- :' i ly'i '. in i!t -. .! r.'., ' ' ' ' '"'' V..I I SkM a !',' m ' tV2,lBr7f2Bri?? t. . . -.1 ...?::-. Hill ?'? " ii-lUU' ;:i5..-r i'P- 11 ."-.' ? e ?::t2?..;5:,3. -. - ,, 1 SJ2. ' 9 ! t i -'A f r ' "' ;?"..?' -.-, t"r ' si-: -.. u ..!-. ,J i .i ..- t.r -1 .:,.( :...i-i :i f. 1 ' -.v.-" . 8 . . :i.,...- H I, .!.; ....,.;,,? - .,. ; ,, M 8 :.i-?'i . -..i .' ! ,f.n . 7 " ....,- .p'i' . .i , :i ,,, .,1 .; . '.i. J. : I'ii I. I ' . i .. . -i- .x m w w jjiUi F ,1 O. A. BEE U.N. , . ij jon prixtkr.I A-iKt . ?y -it iiM-l'Jr "SO tSato atraM,.; I C '. ,i:..J . I MKMrHis. I Fifteen Cents Per Week. .itw ,i,'Tal'' w-a. as TV. . UiUr J. X? F 7 ad " ."$..' .'fj'.l riiolcft (iroi.(rli. 3 Q' tw ' 1; I'll! O , w SB Am I II, ..l,N(t '"-"'ylm mm I . I ! t I , .. ,, AND ' PROVISIONS. .lavV'i i COOK STOVES! i.:if . T H E E X C lorit w p oi) T IIIB MOST ECONOMICAi AND CURABLE HEATING STOVES, TINWARE, HOLLOW-WARE, LAMPS, Xnd HoiisQ puriiishing Goods Generally. '" Hooding.1 Guttering aud' Stencil Cattlna WORK of all descriptions especially solicited. attention, of prompt and emoient workmen.. 9-3-t j.-j. il -.,i., "Wo.' aHH BLANKS. LEGAL BLAMS! i . .il i .V .! Warrantee Deeds, .1 .i, .....i Trust .,.. , ii.;, . Quitclaim "-' De of Gi.V'r- : ' Attacliments, ": Leases, ; ; Chattel Mort?a?es, " ''.Crop ' !' ' Summons, ! ' Exerutions, :.. I : . I . ... Gamislimeiits, Subpoenas, 1 WRIT OF FORCIBLE ENTRY AND DETAINER, Appearanee Bonds, Power of Attorney, Deputations, Dray Tickets, , Bills of Ladln?, Etc., etc., etc., KEPT ON HAND AND FOR SALE CHEAP, " -AT " . 1. . THIS OFFICE ! BROKERS. v. a. crxyiaeaia. A. a. iLt.rnrr. CUNNINGHAM & ELLIOTT, General Brokers, K00 XO. MAGNOLIA BLOCK. Merchandise Bought and Sold PROMPT ATTKTTTt'S irVBS TO COL muim or Ar-nf ft-r K. T "IL0X k Ol Bihim tvr s alitor it4 to r'tik4 (or wit r pnrrhajw of rvtun tbrvuvn oar rr.a.i, ;';f ' OltOCERIES fj2$ C. ''il B ".' " .', 1 ' . ' TKAB AND ' M 8 PAPER. l'aper! Taper ! Taper ! ; . or Ai-i- kiin. - , . w -. TTTi-. A. V. DU PONT Si CO." Manafaetarari and WholealPealar. lontWuie,1' 'i a ' . lentocl-y . ) . '. ?$&&lMZk y? . Teas' t.., . ., '.'Jut m a COOK STOVES ! E L LENT! 'a. iv i c o j-4 . JJI TIIE MARKET. AH ASSORTMENT Or promptly attended to and warranted. JOB . Orders from, the couutry will receive tha Neoond Htreot, Memphla. INSURANCE. Life .Assurance' Association, 1 OP MEMPHIS, TENX. u Ot'FM F! NO, 9 1MONNTKEKT. Ffrat Question Hov maoh per annum will It cust a man of thirty-five to injure bis life ia the old mode? , AnBWr $LU for a So.OOO policy. Second tue-tion How much will U eont in the Manonic Mutual Asaurauce AMooiatiua of Memphie? Anwer About f37 50, payable at Intftrvali. (ree table of eUodard author itin atour ofliee.) Third Question AVby this difTerenoo fur the same risk? Answer lpt. Because by this plan the Arho eintion only calls for enoutrh in initiation feefl (the interest upon which will Anally pay work ing; exponas), and the 82 at death to pay losses. If there are no deaths, no tax. Fourth Quention Jiow can you afford to in sure so much If me than the old mode. Answer Because we do not charge enough fn advance to pay you one-half back in divi dend out of your own money paid in promiuma Fifth yueotion Is a policy of insurance upon the Mutual plan the same in all respects, savo as to charges? AnBwer After the Association has Isnued 2-J0 policies, and is kept to that standard in numbers, there is no diffurenoe, except that you are taxed only at the death of a member j while in the old mode you are taxed whether loKPfn or not, and that in advance. Sixth Question Wilt a policy-holder in this Ascociation receive a dividend? Anxwer Yea; from alt accumulation which may accrue from forfeiture and surplus interest Hauenth Ouflition flow are vour funds ln- Answer Under direction o( tho Finane Committee, on unincumbered real eftte, val ued at twice the amouut of the invustment, or undoubted city acceptance. Eighth Question Joee the Association pay to the heirs f the policy-holder two dollars tor each enrolled member who has heretofore paid all assessment, should any member fail to pay on laat assoBBinent? . 1 . Answer Yes: aa the Association Voids in ita permanent fund, paid in by initiation fee, an amount in excena of any amount it will be at one time called upon to pay on the doath of member. Weinntirc- from 15 toW yenr. y?-t - COTTON FACTORS. M.L. M KsVCHAll. I. I. MKACHAM. A. W. BOSilRTS. ' j, . POtlTOII. M.L.MEACILU1&C0., Wliolesalo Grocers, No. 9 Union Street, RtonwalI Blork,' ,.tl.i.phlM, Ti, .?tT - . : x K. DisHiaiL, Lata Dashicll aHlllianl. ' W. L. hTSWAKT, Lata W. L. Stewart 4 Cro. E. DASHIELL & CO., Cotton and Commission MERCHANTS, 300 Front . st, Memphis, Temi. V. W. WlLLtAMH, COTTON FACT0K AXD Commission Merchant, Xo. 18 Front Street, MsmphU. JDpjUirs.) y-L" l. w. DictntKu. w. w. Tauaaa. dk. a. r. DioKixaox, DICKINSON, WILLIAHS& CO., Cotton Factors, COMMISSION AND PR'ODUCE . M KKC II A NTH, 0.210 FroutSU, Memphis Trnn HAVING A WAKKIlorSK OF Ol H OWN t in which we handle all cotton ronfiftned to as, we (tusrantce corrert wuibts. huh! s.Diii)iiM'n rharired. All connitf unienU by nvr insured unless otherwitte intru(tx.. Liberal advaaeee 4 on eiisiiuioeDU. JEWELRY, r. . CLaaK. I. a. wiLiina. F. II. CLARK ic CO., Importers and Wholesale and Retail leaUraia Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds, Rll.VF.HW ART, SPECTACLES, FAKCY 000DS, in s, etc.. Err. IV. 1 t'larkr'a N.rhl. I'.lorh, .MlMainStrrHt.MeHi-filiislVnn. LUWI3ER. lTmberQumbe'rV X'ARD F-TwYTTSMK D TV tH 1 tm-nnru mr Imnrm eri-i trft M. lt--trJ MM-lt df ir Lnots-v. Mr - mill in the V.vy r-i, -"(H a tp.fi:v nf ftr ! linynd (-! fK . ... M.ri ar, LllbDl hillit fc"-C b I il hn1 hnitiriw--: frw f m-4 I , t , Lr i-er kix .d hat'-i : I -. . ;.- ,. . .., . ( fc ?!: li trt Vri.. ( f - . , ,;... -tl; t'lHt tl"riTHT. af, 1 It. 1. i r. . - i sr I H !-' I -- r . f . j t .. .i, 4 ftvlH-ief1. Kaw ( i -- rt f-rt tA W ,' 1 t . t t 4i..W t H.t.M J. lA..jJ;A V mmmm. ,.r -.r.'i i'S in. ' ,ikl-. ea tt!