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STOB-jtENT. The building lately occupied
iEShyithe Commercial Bank of T-nee.
7rpjy to a. v. winuca,
,TJ3B BENT OR LKASE.-A. nrst-class ri.
Ui MALE COLLEGE, large and -well arranged
ur cfe bulktlng. with tlx or eight acn s or land,
Javorably located. N one but ihoruush and ex
perienced. Mutator need apply. Terms favor
able. The property can be leased tor a term or
years. Per particulars apply at this Office.
iXHl ItENT Ul'-'tRlrs, No. 19 Jefferson street.
:.lKO IWOHH BUIlouiu."' , vr
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FOB K BNT. Two handsame Booms In the
third story or the building. No. IS Adams
(street, suitable for offices or sleeping apart-iuents-
Alo, the spacious basement or tlie
tame building. Aprly at tho (.tore on the
TTOB KKNT.-A FINK COTTAQK KSS1
t dence with seven acres of Uaidtm Laud,
on the Randolph ioau,two nines from uo nit
Square, and Just outside the corporate limits,
will be rested low So a good prompt paying
tenant. Present crop, out, i or sale low. Apply
To T. URAVBS, Memphis Cotton r'ress, lot
Madison rtreet. ma30 tt
T?OK RENT.-THE STORE AND BUILDINU
P on Jefferson street, corner or the alley, be
tween Seoood and Thiid streets, south bide. Is
lerrent. ThebulldliiglsweUaltuatedas allrst
ohtss beardinc house, and contains fourteen
rooms, krVehrn.and all in good order. Also,
two STOKtiJ on north side. Inquire at
POTEU HANI'S, 84 JeUerson street.
11 ger eepy. m
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JC unet Basinet Property in the city, jor
I"uutuu"" u,'r'J THOfi. II COCKE,
jw Mala street.
east or the city, are for sale, on terms to salt
eurehasers. for cash or on ariyUme from one
ten years, and In any qaantUy-from 3 acres
laa&. will be sotd at a great bargain. Tor cash,
premise, or to Koj-Bter, TrAtevant Jt Oo..my
"'j theolty. y. M. TRBZEVANT.
EOB SALE. Having determined lo ohatigi
our business, we njfer for sale our small but
well selected STOCK OF unucisrura ana
Jeia on one cf the BBST BUSlNKSiS tlOUSK
inikcutir. We will sell also a hplendld subur
ban EESIDENCE, i miles from the city, near
OBI'S SlaMon. witn 4 acres or ground, with
all the neeesary improvements. Apply to
"WEHB. mrCllKLL A CO., So. 18 Union street.
T ANTED. Any one addresslnB a cornrnu
W meailon to - T. L Appeal office, de
s.Tlbmg locality, terras and all particulars
coneetBisg a small FARM on eKner of the
railroads for sa'e, may find a reliable purchaser.
in tr '
W. H. SflOORE, AGENT,
4 l-2 5lBtIison Street,
WANTS mjDOO busheU WI1KAT, wr which
cash will be 1M gfc
. pounds WOOL wanred by& .
POB SALE MW8 SEAMLESS WHEAT
Ble8 ty ANDERSON & WATSON.
irTANTKD.-A DWELLING HOUSE tO-
T talnlng 4 to 6 rooms by a family or three
persons, all grown. Mast b centrally located.
Address Blehard. Appeal office. maSl
WANTED. A eiluatloa as Book-keeper, As
sistant Book-keeper or Clerk, by a young
man who has had ten years experience. Best
city references given, If desired. Addte V.,
Appeal cfBce. jeMtl
LABORERS WANTKD ON IHE ST. LOJJI8
and Iron llouutaln Ballroad, to work on
tmullne and traek-laylog, near Whitewater
Srtde. fifteea- miles vast f Cape lrardeH.
vfatV ft oa per day. For inforrnaMun apply
to wLbURN &1VKB3, Cape Girardeau.
JeHlm T. M ATJuT.
WANTED. A GOOD COOK.WASItEK AND
Iroser a white woman, with references.
Apply at JH Ltndea Mjeot. 3i
WANTED. A SMALL FARM NEAR THE
city or Memphis, or wblch possession can
be given Immediately. Address A. R, Appeal
office, stating terta. location, w. ma.19 tf
Xlberal rondltlous. Equitable Ilatcs.
in I t;s e 1 1 1 e in en t .
yaOMK TStiVRAX&E COMPANY
Of CoJumbus, Ga. Incorporated 1819.
Kalrt In Capital-..! 8350 00 00
Assets Jaunary 1, 1S0S- -IC!S0 S7
nan nnn is bonds deposited with
OU.UUU the Comptroller of Tense see.
Mni items furatebed, and all lnqsirles
promptly auswored, on application In ierson
or by letter.
J A. F. BoniKAir, Pres't- D. F. Wilcox, Betfy.
W. If. MOOUE, ACU,
4 l Madison street,
feNfH Memphis. lenn.
J0ABWNG. One or two gentlemeb with
J wives can oetiln beard at moderate rates,
ae best sad jJBAl.TUIEr uetgbborhood In
IhaeHy. None bnt those who son give unex
ceptionable references need apply, to (J. M.,
care Apf-eeleffioe. jelflU
- FIHST ABRIVAIi OP FEB3H
HAYS COAL GOrVSPAKY
rsacemon to BBIOQ3 Sc PETBRtSONJ
TXT.HOLHSAIJ& and Retail Dealers In best
YV IHIrt'in: Coal, from the Hays Mines, tint
BOYS'rjSB. TBEZEyAHT & CO.,
-T EAL KSTATH yaOKBEBASD ALT JON
it ri, Heoond Mreet. AtteaOa- chi
wvelv to BenUsuf and leasing House; nnd
CoHeSlSe of Bent. Pajlns ; Taxej Efleet
tniinsnrauee? etc , etc. Has now for rent
Several vraydisltabte Bertdencfs, frorn a cot
loioalroestapalac. Also, several Buj.'nes
Houses. Omeee, Koims el?- jeztlm
the name or w nrm nau VBRE,
V. A. LAMBERT.
New Orleans, JoneSS, 188.
C0?ARTNBR8HIPThe nnderefgried, stie
cessfrrs to X. LAMBERT, bje this day
formed a eoirtnerhlp, under the sly le and
SET of COMMAOERK & LAMBERT, and Will
couuune in yn
eonduetea y r. ""-gg-Smu AGERE,
y. A. LAMBERT.
New Orleans, July 1,1. JT' lm
one or the b,t railroads In estate, anda flns
Tiol and commodious Dwelilni, ln SJt!j!
which I wUl tladly seU or exchaneO""0'111
property, nwi'erto me.
BUCK JEYE SALVE,
.A CEETiillT CUBE POE PILES.
"W. H. SHADPO0K,
1S7 Main street.
SAVINGS BANE OF MESH HIS
NO. 291 MAIN STREET.
XT. R.-OtsilBAr. W. C. MeCtrjiiE,
IbHHrreRs. Bam Tate, W. B. Greenlaw, B.
VaJdeU,M.J. Wicks, W. R. Cunningham.
, ' --tlUeiions taken on all accessible points,
, miuiiHces promptly made.
, -nneeUen with the Memphis and
Mr v RaHroad, as President, requiring
r A.--T-. -ntlnn. com do Is ma to reslun the
he above Institution. My ln
;,, . -"er and Director Vlll remain
7flTTfalBuokhou continuance or the oon
hSS l uk. or my eld friends and
SdS ami atrSna'g ha been w gen-
Jvll lm -
J$UCK JSYJE BAIiTJs,
THE QBB AT EEIIED Y for PULES
TAYLOR A CO.,
Office No. 13 Jefferson Street.
Xttslsslppl sad f enccBsee Uallrona.
New Orleans iSxpress, daily ,2:10 p.m. 4:15 p.m,
Sardls accom'n, dally, ex-
oerit Sunday. &30 a.m, 630 p.m.
Freight, (North Tuesday,
'Xhursuayscu oui.uiunj ,
South, Monday, Wednes
day and Friday
S3S p.m. 620 sun,
Takes effect Sam
A.S. LVVERMORK.Gen'lBnp t-
O.P. OAKLEV Gen. Ticket Ag't.
Memphis and lltilo Bock KaHroaJ.
Trains on this division of the road now run
on metdays. Thursdays, Saturdays and Stm
Ijeavo Hopelleld at 6 JO sjn.
Returning, leave Edmondson's at 5:)p ra.
rirryboai Nevada will leave footoflJnlon
street and connect with train.
Excursion tlckeU.goud ror three days, sold
atreducod rates. JAS. AV. KOBKKTdOIv .
"ea General Superintendent.
Memplili nd cimrlcston Ballrosa.
fhrough MaU (dally) ,6- JP
Thronch Express. HfcW p.m. lis) p.m
( This train does not leave Saturdays.)
Corinth Accmmodatlon, dally,
(except Sundays) at 6:00 sum
dally (except Sunday) SZS am. 6u0 p.rn
RaUroad Time Is 20 minutes faffr than city
"rttet office, 278 Main street and at Depot.
. w.J. BOSS, GenUbupt.
ttempliU andonlsTlllo Ballroad Line.
Dav ExDress 7X1 ajn. 3:15 pjn
Night txpressj .-00p.m. 8:15 aon
Railroad Time 15 minutes faster than city.
Ticket offices No. 287H Main street and at De
aot. head of Main street,
poi, u ui SAM. B. JONES. Gen'l Sup'U
ciiv EnrS5ahers to the ArrzAi., oauy w
weekly, who may desire to leave the city for
the summer, can have tneir papers sent mem
icgnlarly by leaving a memorandum at the
Counting-room or the Appeal, No. 13 Jefferson
street, . .
Correspondents who wish to have Any atten
tion paid to their communications must ob
serve the following rules:
Be brier, concUe and to the point, avoid the
" towers or rhetoric," and confine yourself to
a plain statement -orracus. Writ j"on but
side of the paper In a clear hand, 4nd with
and Inki giving your words" and sentences
plenty of room. In all cases tho real Tiame
and address of the writer must accompany the
manuscript. Article .which redound to per
sonal or individual beneflF,"Jrare of a personal
nature, wUl only be Inserted as " advertise
ments ".or-""aid cards," '
CVLEXDAuVJnly 7tU Jloutli.
PHASES' O'i' THE MOOX.
HOOK. DAY. I TOTE AT MtatKBtS.
Full ,'4lh. . "2 h. 39 minutes.
Third Vluarter., 12th. h. -WinlSutes.
New.-I . Wth. 3 H.&S minutes.
First Quarter 2Bth. 7 tu'sl minutes.
rises 5:04; eeta 7:07 .
The meeting of delegates to select a
Concressman and Eleotors for the Eighth
District of Tennessee, will he held at
Brownsville on the 8th of August.
Attention Mackerels ! All of the
brigade that are out'of jail are requested
to bs at the Louisville depot to-day, at
the arrival of the train. The object or
the call is explained in the river column.
Personal. CoJ. C. S. Cameron, of
Cross oounty, Ark., arrived in thaouy
yesterday, on his way bomB from tne
New York convention, whither he went
as a delegate.
Tub Mebtinq op the First Ward
Democracy. OwiDg to the shortness of
the notice, and the draymen's meeting,
the attendance at the call was small,
and the meeting was postponed until
Monday evening next, when we hope to
hear of a full turn out.
The great Democratic reunion will
takeplaca this evening. The various
Ward Clubs will assemble at their places
or meeting and will then unite at Court
Square and march 1b a body to the Cen
tral Club Hall, in the Btillsnan Blccb.
A grand rally of all Democrats la expect
ed. Turn out en masso, and letour ban
ners make Badicalism tremble to-night.
Gone to the Mountains. Our friend
Capt- James ;B.lMIller, of Walker Bros.
& Co., left yesterday on an excursion
to his old home In the mountains of East
Tunnessee. After recruiting a little his
physical statu?, and recovering from the
effects of, our warm climate, be will re
turn in a few weeks to his old stand,
where be will be on hand to sarve his
We learn from a private letter
from a private
Arkansas, that the
K. Bnrgett,. charged
caw of I'eier
with killing Charles Aldridge, came up
for examination, before 'Squire Vance
and Cochran, on Tuosday evening last,
whtnh resulted a the discbarge " of iiur-
gett, the Court being of. opinion that it
was clearly & case oi juauuauia norm-
Welcome Service at the Irst
Baptist Church. To-morrow, at 10
o'clock a.m. and 8 p.m., tho arrival of
the pastor elect of the First Baptist
church will be rc60gni?ed by tho three
churches of this city as follows;
Welcome sermon at 10 o'clock,-by Dr,
Ford. 2. Charge to the new pastor, by
Dr. Graves. 3. Hand of Welcome, by
Dr. Capertou. 4. Introductory pastoral
sermon, at 8 p.m., by Dr. Burns.
W.B have been informed by one
who fctd the b&st opportunities of
knowing that moat of ' the -so-called
truths, in tha statenjoqt de
tailed to u?, and by U3 pnlillshed, '
In our issue of last Monday, headed
x Brutal Husband," were without
foundation in almost every Item. As.
no namea were mentioned, no harm has
been done, but had we. have acted,
as we were urged to do, serious
effects may bave resulted.
Splendid Sport. Oar frlsnds "Capt.
ilahan, Judge Brown and John Too',
Esq., went on a little fhhlngfrollc up to
Mound City yesterday, on the Peosta,
and after spending a few hours, returned
to town, each laden with a Btrlng of ele
gant fish. The Peosta. makes several
daily tripe, and we know of no pleasant
eror bettarway of spending the Jsey
hours of these doll daya than by taking a
trip on her UP to lne8 an fishing
A LAUDABLtj Vakiix. wearoiu-
form:d that theMempi?S Bethel Society
have made arrangements toespply the
poor of" oar city with .uoup. By " the
poor" we mean those whom the dullness
of the times or other causes have,robbed
of a means of support, and are, therefore,
really objects of charity. Thla is an un
dertaking in which all -able should
take a part Oar butchers we know, as.
a class, are very liberal, and are drawn
on very largely by charitable institu
tions, and bo ra the regular dealers In
vegetables. The 6upply of meat needed
will be small comparatively, vegetables
being what is most needed, and thesq
ran be supplied in- any quantity by the
rgardensin thenelghlwrhoodof the oily,
iwithout being really missed, and we are,
requested to call -upon all charitably dis
posed persons, especially gardeners and
ferrnerai to end any surplus that they
"v &ave to tne xenange (.muaicipaij
mu'. Entrance on Exchange street,
Mkb puis, July IS, 1SCS.
Messrs. McRea & "Walker :
Qents: The undersigned have been
constituted a committee to select and re
port to the President of the Central Deni
ocratio Club of this city, the namea of
such gentlemen as aro willing to visit and
address the clubs and other democratic
meetings In the county when so requested
by the President Wo should be pleased
to place' your names upon the list.
P. T. SCRUGGS,
u. r. foute.
P. M, "WINTERS,
Memphis, July 1 7, 1BC8,
Messrs. P.T, Scruggs, etc. Committee:
I liave, received your note, addressed
to Mr. Walker and myself, requesting to
place our names upon the lists of those
who " aro willing to visit and address the
Clubs and other Democratic meetings of
In my own behalf, I frankly avow, to
you that I have a great aversion to
making speeches. I have no "ambition
any more for political oillce: and in or
dinary times, when any man would be
fully justified in courting as inuch rotlre-
ment as might bo agreeable to him, 1
should feel no hesitation in declining
But this is not apolitical contest in the
mere partizan senee of tho term It is a
struggle for something more than a
change of political organizations in the
administration of the Government it Is
a struggle for the restoration of the Gov
ernment iteelf from the.assaults of de
structives, into the hands of Ihoso who
will replace Its guarantees, and re estab
lish, for the benefit of all, the land
marks of constitutional obligations, now
I could say much more ; bnt it is suffi
cient to invoke 'all our energies, when
we feel, as every day all we see
obliges us to feel, that all we have, of
property, hope, happiness I had almost
said of honor, liberty, life itself are
imperiled, and in this contest must be
preserved "or lost.
I am prepared, therefore, in a private
spaciypito. Tender euch service as my
fflow-citizeCBfinav consider nfipdfnr.fn
tgiVe to speak ctiid to do whatever mav
be legitimate and m barmony with the
sentiment of our leaders, for the accom
plishment, not merely of our own deliv
erance, the deliverance of our own people
ana our peculiar section, but the deliver
ance of the nation, now In tho very grip
of despotic power and hurrying toward
I ant, very respectfully, gentlemen, your
obedient servant, 1). K. McRAE.
Second Ward Democratic Meet
ing. All- Conservative Democrats are
"requested to meet at the City Hall, Ex
change Building, on Saturday evening
next, 18th inst. at 8 o'clock p.m , for the
purpose of forming a Second Ward Dem
ocratic Club. It will be hoped that all
will be In attendance, as Col. A. H.
Douglass, and other distinguished speak
ers will be on hand to address the meet
T. T. Batter,
Ar. 11. Seabrook,
K. O. Barnal.y.
Dr. Chas. Pickett,
R. AV. Davis,
" A. a. McNalr,
Capt, J. li KjcnUf.0,
K. B. Zsnoglloz,
a B. Bobbins,
Dr. Goo. R. Grant,
F. O. Johruoli,
J. M. Cannon,
Aid. Tlio. J07CO,
O. C. Woodward,
Democratic meeting in th:
Ward. The Democracy of the- Third
ward will hold a meeting at the engine
house, corner of Adams and Second
streets, on Monday evening, July 20, at
8 o'clock, for the purpose of organizing
a Democratic clnb. All residents of the
ward are requested to be present.
J. A. Forrest,
D. U. LowensUne,
J. Manly Jntfoids,
C. A. Bartiir,
C A. Douflpss,
Ijouls Amis, jr.,
W. A. Forrest,
A. E. Kternes,
Edgar A. Denson,
IS 1,. Brown,
F A Tyler,
J. L. Atchison.
II. II, Brlgg?.
Seventii Ward Democratic Meet-"
ing". All.Conservatlve Democrats resi
dent In the Seventh, Ward, city of Mem
phis, are requested to assemble at Fergu
son Hall, on next Monday evening, at S
o'clock, for the purpose of organizing a
Seventh Ward Democratic Club. A,full
attendance is requested. Stirring and
eloquent speeches will be delivered.
"W. U Stewart, -, J. II, HnrUoy,
Willlsm Prrb, C. Boyd,
Thomas Flnher, J. 8. Kerr,
Martin Kelly, Hiove Sullivan,
JOhn Bplcer, J. Bslto.
Democratip Meetino in the Sixth
Ward TheDimocrattc Citizens of the
Sixth Ward will meet in the Waldraa
Block, on Saturday evening, at 8 o'clock,
for the purpose of organizing a campaign
club- All residents of the ward, are re- j
quested to attend. - -
W. LltUeJohn,- - W. Howard,
- Wm-Gayj- J.D. RufHu. '
A. L. Treadwell. Paul Clc&lla, Jr., "
II R-ChlldH, L Rocco,
W. OalbraUli, , J. R. Morgan.
Political. Pursuant to resolntion,
adopted on Monday evening last, the
members of the Young Men's Indepen-
dent Seymour Democratic Club of Mem
phis, will meet at their ball, corCer of
Adams and Second streets, at S o'clock
this (Saturday) evening, to pr6ceed"itf,a
body to tbe headquarters of the CeEfral.
Democratic piub of Shelby coiinty.
lull anu prompt aiteuuanop or the mere-;
uers is requesiea. .
By order of the President:
CHARLES H. DAVENPORTv
)as Bnll Club tn:JInriou, Ark., Rarbr.
- w -SUntOK, Aek July IB, 1868,
Editors of the Appeal
I propose to. communicate very briefly
the proceedings' of to-day, at Marlon, by
which you wjll discover that your Ar
kansas friends are hopeful and Joyous.
The young gentlemen of this place have
formed themselves into aiiaseiiall Club,
and are' rapidly becoming the most sci
entific In the Wait, yesterday the Club
gave a splendid barbacue, played a game
in the puoiio square, uancea an nignt,
and went home with the girls In the
morning. The crowd assembled in the
erove at 11 o'clock a.m., and were ad
dressed' by Col. D., of Memphis (late of
Arkansas). All drinking saloons were
closed, and everything was conducted in
the most decorous manner. I learn that
there are thlrtytwo chivalrous yosnji
fenitthu; that belong to this cJutH-nrnong
whom aro the irwm uviuc, vjk. xvoy,
Mai. McClurig and othora.
Attempted" BtiBQLXRY. - Yesterday,
mornine about three o'clock,. Mr Jhn
Handworker, who keeps a grocery on tho
corner of Carr and Pifth street. Chelsea,
was awakened by hearing some one ap
parenlly borlng-ahololn the front door
of Ills store. While; BtlU half asleep, he
RBlzed hla gun and pointing it at the
door, fired doing, of course, no damage
to anything except the door. The- shot
had the effect, however, of making'the
would-be burglars Jake to their heels.
Mr.'iHandwerker rushed to. the door and
opened it aa quickly, aa possible, and had
the saUsfaclioa Jf seeing flvp rascals
trayclfn oft la almost as many dlfferept
Yesterdav was the dullest one that
we remembor to have experienced in
Memphis police annals. The hot weather
has a. most depressing euecc.on uio
spirits of our formerly bo frleky and
lively roughs. Tnere was nor, even a
negro shooting scrape yesterday, though
ther nelchborhood of the Court Becess
was enlivened by a free fight among the
11 truly loll " during the cool of the day.
'Squire Griffith yesterday tried the
case of the-State vs. D.li. Craig, arrested
at the instance of Thomas Moore, who
charges, him with malicious mischief,
The parties reside In Konconnah bottom,
and aro neighbors. Moore's hogs broke
into Craig's garden, and Craig shot one
of them while in thereand another after
he had driven it out. The main point
made by the defense was proving the
character and general reputation of the
hogs, and it being clearly shown by a
respectable colored voter and a " truly
loll " citizen that the porkers bore a
i monstrous bad character," and were
11 devilish mean and mischievous," the
case was dismissed.
The replevin cow case was dis
missed, the wench becoming convinced,
after going a few squares, that it was
not her cow.
The negro, Frank King, who shot
Henry Shelby and Kate Hurd Thursday
evening, on Brlnkley avenue, was yes
There were six arrests up to 8
o'clock p.m., in the Second District.
Fines assessed, $45 ; collected, 20,.
There were 5320 in lines assessed In
the First District yesterday nary red
of which was .collected. John Geran
was fined two fines of $50 eaoh one for
carrying - concealed weapons, aud tho
other for trespass.
The Weather. The dog days, are
on us with all of their scorching, parch
ing fury. Yesterdajr the heat was In
tense, prostrating and enervating every
one, and rendering impossible the slight
est exertion. The heavens seemed a
brszan vault from which the sun darted
flown hla vertical ravs with terrific fierce-
ues3, a dazzling deluge of llgHt and heat,
which overcame and subdued all nature.
The eye sought in vain for Borne object
that even looked cool. The very river,
the sight of which generally suggested
coolinrr baths, loeked hot and languid,
and a steam arose-from it, as if the water
were boiling. The thermometer stood
102 at 2 o'clock p.m., in the shade on
Jefferson street, and we are informed
went- even higher than that in some
localities. What is most remarkable is
that with all the. intense fierceness of
the heat, there have "been but two cases
of sunstroke in the city this season,
while In more Northern cities the mor
tality from this cause has been fear
fulno Ies3 than 250 fatal cases having
been reported in three days in New York
city alone. Let us sincerely hope that
the heated term Is nearly over, for if
this weather should continue a few days
longer, the effects will be terrible.
Emmons & Son, No. 10 Jefferson
street, and S93 Main street, have re
ceived Miss Brandon's new novel, Char
lotte's Inheritance; also, New York
Ledger of July 26th, Chimney Corner,
American Miscellany, American Jour
nal of Horticulture for July, Excelsior
Magazine No. 2, Illustrated News, Irish
American, Irish People, Irish Citizen,
Turf, Field and Farm, Freeman's Jour
nal, Cincinnati Zsitnng, Kelley's Week
ly, Banner of Light, Welcome Guest,
Emerald, and of course all the dnilifs.
nasd-orjrftiaby mall or express, for book, :
stationery, magazines or newspapers.
THE CO CUTS.
Law Court James 0. Pierce, Judge.
The court will charge the jury this morn
ing in tbe case of Dun lap, Moncure ez
Co. vs. Babb r after -which motions will
be heard. The clerk will call the mo
tion docket as usual.
Municipal Court Geo. TP. Waldran.
Judgifr-Ynsleitlay being motion day, an
unusually large number of motions were
heard. t . . ii -$
Court stands adjourned ovcr-to -Mon
day next. A calendar of cases set for
that day, will- bo published tcmorrow
Criminal Court TFm. Munler,
Judge. The testimony on behalf of the
State In the case of tbe State vs. John
Cosgrove still continues to be Introduced.
This trial is based upon the indictment
for. the killing of Tnos. jdalone, in tho
Criminal Courtroom some months since,
during the primary investigation on
writ of h&beas corpU9. The principal
testimony against the defendant was the
dying 'declaration of Malone, coupled
with seme circumstantial evidence ; yet
upon tne naoeas corpus case of the
State vp. Pat Dolan, heard some
ttmo since", the proof seemed to be
positive that he (Dolan) fired the shot
that killed Malone. It seems .to bo a
rule of crimlnal'law, that where it is in
proof that the shot Was fired by two
parties, this conllioting testimony can
only beyemedied by an acquittal of the
prisoner on trial.. We do not desire,
however, to comment upon the fevldenco
introduced while the case Is on. trial.
Tbe trial may "close this evening and a
verdict may probably be returned by the
Jury at a late hour,
CHANCERY COURT :Wm. ST. Gmf),
jBhanceliOrIt will be seen, Irom tho
order published below, that Courtstands
adjourned until the second Monday in
October next, wnicn win Da the com
mencement of a special term. The reg
ular term commences on the second
Monday in November next,
Tlie term ju9t closed commenced on
tho second Monday In May last. An
idea of the amount of business trans
acted may bo takjen from the five hun
dred pages of record written up by Mr.
George Mallory, the efficient minute
clerk of ttie Court, to whom the leaal
reporter returns his thanks for the many
favors and obligations conferred.
order op court. .
It beinsr necessary fdr the' disrmfr.h nf
buslnets, lb" Is ordered that' a special
term of this tjourtbepeld on the second
Monday in October' next It is further
ordered that at said special term the
hearing docket be called regularly, be
Binnlni at the Urst oaao. and that the
cases shall stand for hearing at the first
call of ,tho docket. At the regular term
In November, the call of- the' docket
shall begin where It ceased at special
term, and the casfes shall be for hearing
on the first call. It is "further ordered,
that at said terms no 'case be heard ont
of its regular order on the docket.
Bankruptcy Court T. J. Zatham,
2iegkler Th following EeMtions in
bankruptcy have been found Incorrect la
form.bx the. Register. Attorneys inter-
esieu m. vuu vsuxa win .nave me Basse
corrected as soon as possible: Thomas
It. Beard, E. G. Matthews, M L. Cham
bers, Thomas fi- Norment, Thomas A
Cocke, James II. Ohalrsl,B.& White,
Abner D. Lewis.
The final discharges jn bsakruploy
granted on yesterday were as follows :
Lewis Castleman, E. h. Guion, Albert
Buck, William Bowles, B. JT. Eddlns.
MratFHs .and Little Bock Rail
road. To assist in the. early completion
of the eastern division of thte road, the
Accommodation tram will be dtecon
tinued afterSunday, July lOih. Parties
wishing to ship freight on the lias of the
'road, afterthe..-19tb, can - bo ; ajsaommo-dated.'by-Ufogr6n
the' undersigned, at
JyV7 2V (-if Atj, 4 , MARXrN, A jL
WEATHER AND RIVERS.
Louisville, Jnly 17. The river is
falling, with four feet four inches in the
Thermometer 9S In the" shade the
hottest day of the season.
Departed Darlinsr. for Memnhis.
Pittsburg, July 17 Noon. There Is
only twenty inches In the channel.
The weather warm and cloudy. Mer
Memphis, Jnly 18. Weather very hot
and close. Yesterday w'asj" "without
doubt, tbe warmest day of the season.
The river is falling at the rate of four
inches In twenty-four hours, and sand
bars are looming up daily acres see the
light of day between therislngand the
settinjrof the sun. There is eight feet
from Cairo to St, Louis. A week hence
six feot will not be found. The Ohio is
very low. and not Imorovlrjir. The Ar
kansas has thirty Inches to Little Bock,
and White river has five feet to Augusta,
Towboat Kellogg, New Orleans.
Steamer City of Alton, St. Loulj.
" Julia, Vicksburg.
Towboat Kellogsr, St. Louis.
Steamer Julia, St. Louis.
Liberty, Gleaner, City of Alton.
The levee was rather free of pedestrians
yesterday. A stray darkey and a report
er or-rtro- were all tbat could' be seen.
Flem Calvert did not get out of theshado
of tbe wharf boat during tbe day, while
Lwry Harmetad was net seen atall. He
has secured a season ticket at the
The splendid steamer City of Alton came
in last night and leaves to-day forCai-
ro and at. Xiouis. une is now a mammotn
packet and Is very elegant in all her op
Dolnlmenta. Cant. Thomnson is in com
mand and we hope will become a fixture
in the trade. Mr. Jim White, well
knovin in our city, Is chief clerk.
The Liberty leaves to-day at 5 p.m
for White river. She carries tbe U. S.
mall and makes all "way landing, con
necting with the Little Bock train at
Devall's Bluff. Jim Bice is master, and
in tbe office will be found Messrs. Harry
The TJ. S. mall steamer Ozark. Capt.
Nowland, loaves for Little Rock and
way points on the Arkansas on Monday
Tbe Frank Pargoud will pass up to
morrow for St. Louis.
TheTJ. S. mall packet Luminary, Capt.
Luker, will pass down to-day for Vicks
burt" and the bends. She is 'a No. 1
steamer, aud her office is in charge of
uapi. j. Xiee Finney, one or tne most
popular and efficient clerks on tbe river.
The steamer J. P. Webb passed Evans
villei Wednesday, with tho remains of
one hundred and fifty Union.soldlers from
the field of Shlloh, en route for tbe Na
tional Cemetery at New Albany.
Our cotemporary of the AvalancJie,
Capt, J. O. Durff, will be home to day.
His'frlends are all requested to meet at
the depot on the arrival of the train
from Louisville. Lewis' baud carts have
all been engaged to convey his carpet
bags to tha hotel. It is expected that
every mackerel of the brigade who is out
of the station house and not upon duty
will be present to welcome home their
illnatrif us chief.
Tbe Des Aro Citizen complains of inat
tention on the part of Mr. H. P. Beid,
mail agent of the Liberty. We think
the trouble must bs somewhere else, as
Mr. Beid is said to be a careful officer.
The tub race came off at Little Rock
as announced. Tlie whole town was out
to Fee tho sport. There were fifteen en
tries for the purse, but only seven came
to time, each one carrying his tub, like
Diogenes, though for a very different
purpose. Hwain went across Poteau and
back, ahead of all, without ucsetting;
ChRrley Robinson next, but all the rest
railed 10 cross witnonc upsetting, and
throe or fou? of thaparty did not cross at
all. The great fun was in seeing tbe
upsetting of the contestants and their
efforts to get back into their tubs, which
none were aoie toaccompusn.
TheFortSmltb Herald of the 11th
says: The river li&now at low water
mark. The van Bureu came up as far
asBpadralast week, and put out her
rreigntanrrwent back to Xitttie Kock.
We eXDect our merchants will have to
order their goods over again.
The H. M. Sureve has arrived at St.
Louis, after making a trip to Fort Ste
venson and back a distance of over 4000
miles in twenty-six-days.
CanL Abe Mri?ikewaa thrown ont of
his buggy at & Louis, on 'Wednesday,
and broke his Jig, This Is the third time
this year no lias broken mat leg.
Removal. HL'JWaae & Co. have, re
moved their" stocife.sof jBooks and Sta
tionery to 97 -Ataln street, Elson's old
stand. 1. 3k?""" ' 3t
Go to 321 Majtglietjor ; jruTtjars.
Itusihe. Vi-iftinenmt-Vt'tMliilnir Cnrdii
Printed attlie Lontnl l'rlccn nt the Ap
....... i : .. -
The allotted time bf Dr. James' stay
in Memphis having explred,-ho will in
future be addressed at his home office, 91
and 93 Randolph street, Chicago, and
postofilce address, box 5863 Chicago, 111.
ge advertisement in another column,
Lloyd, Clarke & Co. have fruit jars.
"MERCHANTS." Icr cold Ale and Por
ter, 'on drnnrlit, 10 cent- ; Ice cold "Half
and llnlf," 10 cents; straight nnri mixed
drinks, 15 centn. Try it, tt tno "JJcr-
chnnl-." northeast corner Jfaln aud
DOfc'T fonrct ihat oar sale at
cost for Boots unci Shoes ana Hats
still continues at oar old stand,
219 Main street.
J. T. tlMWfiAfl & UU.
Dr. Mbrtlmore at Tlneritt Vlt Spring,
Butna. YI8TA. BKUNas.'RrssELLvrxi.K, Lo
gan coanty, Ky. My mends In tne South no
desire to consult or place themselves under my
treatment, can address or come and consult me
personally froia tills data until 1st or October
nest, at tills favorite WotortDg Place, and, these
Jostly celebrated Mineral Springs. Aa hereto-
ment of alltlse various forms of Cajuisic Dts
SXBBS, esjwfiiallylo iiseasa of the Lungt and
Organs of the Cuet. as also all the various
afflictive forms of Female Diseases.
JeS d3tww3n -U, jiUBXLUUKtt, iu. v.
Early Karrlnge. D.r, Franklin advocated
Early Alarrlsseit 'fissoys for Tfoung lien, on
this and other subjects, being a GUIDE TO
MABKIAOE and" Conjugal Felicity, by benev
olent Pyslclanr, sent by .mall, in coaled letter
envelopes, free of -charge. Address, HOWAKD
AB30CIAT10N,Box P Philadelphia, Pa.
JTOlt MOUJTJD CITY.
OTEAMEU PEOSSA .LEAVES,
VJ everyday ror ?iouna uityav
a.m,, ,u ,B.in., a p.m. ana o p.m
Jlty every .day at 6 a.tn., a.m.,1 P.m.
IV: o.m. i . 1 MARK R. CHEEK.
Ml " ' - blaster.
BVCM JfE BALVJE,
REMEDY OR EELES.
12Q Main street.
J. IL-SPEED- "J. P. STRANQE.
v YvriH HgwELts woqb & co
IA5CT AND STiiPLB DRY GOODS,
332 XA1X SrKEET, r t 1 MESl'IlIM.
-trrE nave" tne pleasure of informlnjf our
VY friends jvd former custoroera tht wa.
.ntMMri with f (.cars. -Howell, wood X
Co.. at ourold stand.aud can.be rounaUiere.
at ait times witn.an:eiesuk i -,
ana-iapn Dry uooes. . r;
that we are acqaatcted -vrlth the wanu of our
people, and cava- determined lo devote our
time and energy to thlsionr old and lavarltB
call and.ronew "their. trade at the old stand of
BpeM, Denono aaang&" pecwuuf .
- Tf . ...T. P..STRANI1E.!.
1 eH3hlifRiywil563f; JJlSlmdaw
FOR ST. I.OTJIB.
Memphis and BLLooU Packet Company.
For Cairo and St. Ionls.
CITY OF ALTN."Wm. Thompaan master
mis new and splendid passenger ,rr .
steamer will leave as above on JSilfLif'
BATUHDAY, 18th Inst., at 8 p.m.
Jyi7 2ty FLEM. CALVERT. Bupt
Por Cairo and St. Louis.
FRANK PAKQOOD John "W.Tobln master
xms splendid passenger packet
" .cm, a m ituuvo
BCNDAY, 19ih lnst. at8 a.m.
, Vf. JAY JOHNSON, Agent,
- iyYI St Btar Wharf boat.
Hegular eU Louls7Memphis" andvlcksbur
ror vicfcsbnrg and Way Landings.
LUMINARY .Luker master
steamer flMt passenger
SATURDAY. ISth lnst.. at S n.m.
. LARRY HARMSTAD, Agent,
Jylrt City Wharfboat foot Monroe st
FOR ARKANSAS RIVER.
Memphis and Arltanaas Rlvr Packet Com-
poleon. Pine Bluff, Dardanelle, Van
Buren and Fort Bmlth dlrect-
OZARK. E. C.Morton,Mater
This splendid passenger packet
MONDAY. 20th last, at 5 Djn.
.... JAB.T, BOURNE A CO., Agents,
Jrl" it No. 12 Jegemon street.
rOR .WHITB HIVER.
Memphis and White River U. S. Mall Packet
For Helena, DeVaU's Bluff, Utile Rock. An
gnjta, Jacksonport and all Way Landings,
LIBERTY NOJ lames Rica master
This fine pastenger packot leaves
jui tug ttuuvtr ua
SATURDAY, ISth lnst., at 6 p.rn.
For freight pr passage apply to
, , "5StLEVrt MILLER, Agent,
SJcfferson-slreei, under Commercial Hotel,
FOH ST. FRASCI3 UIVEK.
Regular Tuesday St. Francis River Packet For
and aU Way Landings.
MOLLTJE HAMBLETON, T. R. Bowman Master
8am. a Paine, Shell and Clark, Clerks.
Will ltavs Memphis KVERY ,rr t
TUESDAY, at S o'clock p.m. .KeSGSgMC
LARRY HARMSTAD. AUntT
JaZltf City Wtarl boat, foot Monroe sU
"OLD RELIABLE "
MEMPHIS MD 1YHITE BIVEB
Ui 8. MAIL X.IXJE.
For Little Bock & Hot Springs.
THR splendid Passenger Steamers COMMER
CIAL and LIBERTY No. 2, leave Memphis
ooiy luraoaraua DKiaraarst o o CiOCK p.m.
for White River, connecting at DeVall'i BluO
with Memphis and" LltUo Rock Railroad to
Little Kosk, and Stage Line for Hot Springs
and all points tn Arkansas.
Time to Little Kock, 43 hoars.
Passengers and Shippers can rely on this
JOHN B. DAVIS. Sup't
General Freleht anil Ticket Annii
apUtf No. 5 Jefferson street.
MEMPHIS & ABiAIYSAS BIYEB
UNITED STATES MAIL
For Jlclena, Napoleon, Fin IIIufT, Utile
Bock, Iiewhborg, Dardanelle, Vao
Buren and Fort Sinllb.
ONE OF THE FOLLOWING BOATS OF
this Line. LEAVK MEMPHIS PRQMITT.Y
KVKltY acONOAY" AND-THCRSDA Y EYSN-
wufli un uie arrival ui me trains, via :
GLEANER II. BlatsdeH. Mas to
W. A. CALDWELL K. L. Haines, Maste
CELESTE Reese Pritchard. MastC
The Arkansas river now belnz in ennd niv
gable condition, theso Boats will run through
to FORT SMITH, thus avoiding delay to Pas
sengers and! reight.
This route offers superior Inducements to the
visitors of the
T-TrT. SrTi'nfrc! n-f" A-plrn-neao
As passengers taking staterooms at Memphis
""UfiO UUU1 bUC UXlVtl Ufa UIO WUBH
In JJltleRock. Arrangements have bee n"made
to have coaches in readiness to start for Hot
Springs with passengers on this line at any
hour. they may prefer, and Through; Tickets to
hA tftA nn (ha I!n
The Traveling Public and Shippers may rely
who desire to forward goods ror resnlpment
on this Line, will ship direct to the 'Memphis
Tnn 1 1 . . t- . , t CI c . . .
JAMES T. BOURNE & CO.. Agents,
raaZI ly No. 12 Jefferson street.
ST. LOUIS & ST, PAUL PACIETS
Nortlierii . Line Packet Co.
RUN THEIR DAILY WNBOE SPLENDID
Side-wheel Steamers through to
Davenport, Bnbnque and St. Panl
"Without leshlpplag, lcavlag their Wharfboat',
at the foot of Washington Avenue, EVERY
jsvcrujNU texoppt uunaays, at t o'clock p.m.
.Tllf'i'rttfiftrnrH nrft a maiiTiAfl with rcLtnTnt.
sklllfalRnd experienced ofllcers and crews,
accustomed to the trade, and are ontat'el In a
superior manner, and no exertions will be
sparrd to add to the comfort of Passengers or
careful handling of freight. -
- jamkm waris, resident.
- T. J.BUfORD, Superinteadent.
1. M. MSON. General ArenL
E. B.BXINUXON. Ga'l Ticket Agent.
LEVY A MU.I.Kk.
Jo7 Sra Ticket Agents. Memphis.
WHEAT! WHEAT!. WHEAT!
WE WILL BUY OR MAKE LlUErfAL
advances on "WheatihlDned to TAYLuft
R. S. TAYXOR & CO.v
lelg lrri 27S. Front Hired.
A RARE OPPOKTDSITY TO ENGAGE
HAVING determined to relinquish business
ln-MemDhin. we offer our en tire stock, for
salq until the 10th of July, consisting of a
1 (complete), together with
PrlalJHs Office, Presses, Typct
- . i ... nt.V. T-w OI.4Im..
etc., we will offsr for sale at greatly reduced
prices frownow until the 10th of July.
We' also :offer for sale a splendid four-horse
power portable Engine and Shafting.
ent Safes, cheap.
CP. GHAXBBRIJX t CO.,
Je3)' - 197 Main street, Memphis.
- i - - ." ..
Tlie Great .Kemedy for Piles.
"WARD & BHO.,
215 Main street.
OFFICE OF HERNANDO IN3-CO.,
The annnal election for Seven, Directors of
this Company, for vhe ensuing year, -will be
held hv tho Stockholders, at the office of tha
Company,oriJONDa,Y,JDLY 13th nrox., be-
iweea uie nouxu ui v u ciuc& ui. uiu p.m
jeii r jiisH aua. n . paoreMry.
Ujflrro'BlATBt 1STEENAI, RKTrEHTJE.1
COIXrCTOR'3 OWICK,xyTH DlBTKrCX.TTCTH V
iaxiu9. jniy u. laws. j
T WILL SELL ON THE S4T1I INST.. AT THE
Xr house of Edmonds. Fettlgrew A Co-, In this
city, Fifteen Caddies ot ManufactrrreitTobacco,
tori'itea w ine uovernmeni ror violating mo
RnvenaeLl-ws of ihe.Unlted States,
lyll RQLFE S..S AUNDERa. CoPector.
Tiie Mercantale Agency.
THE undersigned take pl6asnre In announc
ing to the business men of Memphis that
.thev have, nowott hand, the REVISED REF
ERENCE BOOK for July, 18C8 to which we call
etpetrialVatteaUon. All business-men. are re
spectful iT'-ln-cllod to call. and examine lr.to
raiivi"urTih tha'HAtelled renorts on oar records.
We, Invite .Tisr. inquiries to prqv4 tte.-alue"
of ouransUtnUon. - iss:p2?&
Macou Mrusonlc College,
SITUATED seven miles north of La'ayett
Depot. M. and C R. K., in a healthy village,
Mscon.Teun., resumes on Sd Monday Jnly,
tendering preparatory review for tbe new
schnlastlcFeslonjto be opened Oh 1st Monday
In September. Thorough coilfgiate course
taught bran able and experienced faculty.
Board per month, f 15 ; Tuition, 13, St. $3. M. 17
andR. Dr. O.T. HUNTER, Pres Board
I. L. Mrrann.!,, Becretarr. jygiw
MEMPHIS FEMALE COLLEGE
BY a recent arrangement several schools,
with a nnmberof tne moot successful teach
ers In tbe city bave been merged into the
Memphis Female OoUege. Mr.M.A.K Morgan,
of the Lee Academy, wf'l be the principal ln
s' metiers, and the is sntbnrized to collect all
current fees during the ensuing sen dastleyear,
and receipt officially for the same.
C. O. MACPHERSON.
President and Agent Corporators.
Memphis, July 8, 1868.
In accordance with tbe arrangement above
mentioned which Incladfs the 1-ee Academy
and th schools oi MlssSallle Cornelius and
Mrs. Ellen Richardson, I shall organize the
forms for ibe ensuing Seholate 'ear. Id tbe
Memrbl-i Frmale College, on TrESDAY, Sep
tember 1, ISMs The. ficulty in full, aud other
particulars, win to announced at an early day.
)f 9 M. A. B. MORGAN. Principal.
LED D I 3ST'S
Open the entire Yenr tor the lteceptlon
TIIE COURSE OF STUDY IS EXTENDED,
thorough and practical, affording superior
facilities for obtaining a sound Bmfness Edu
cation. The most thorough instructisn will be given
in Commercial and Exi-bange calculations.
Mental and Practical Aritbnieilc
The Fenmanhlp Department of the College
Is open from 8 to 12 a.m. and 2 to S p.m., until
Seplemlx r 1st.
ur A separate Department for Ladles.
lyS T. A. Ltnniar, frlnclpnt.
IUKA. PEttT A.LE INSTITUTE.
rpHE next Session will open on MONDAY, the
JL Slst August, ucder the continued super
intendence of the subscriber, assisted in tbe Lit
erary Department by Mis. D0UOLAP8. Every
departme-1 will be filled with able teanber.
Mr. and M'a. TEFE still eontinnein the Muslo
Department. "To our friends desiring repose
and exemption from many of their peculiar
ASSOTAKCsa. our location is especially at
tractive." Many families purpose settling
among us this fall to educate their children.
For further particulars apply for a Circular to
Rev. J. ErDOUGLASS,
Jyitf Inka. Mlw.
KENTUCKY MILITARY INSTITUTE
(stx xixks south or ntAssrokT).
CoL B. T. P. ATaliElT.-Buperintond't.
Assisted hy an Able Faculty.
THE 23d Academical year of this Institute
will begin on Monday, Feptemb?rT,lK6S.
TKRMS -Three huolrtd and fifty dollars
(5330) per Academical year of 4-1 weeks;
Refer to Messrs. Parker "tVard & Co., Mem
pbls, Tenn , from whom I'a'alogaea may lie had.
ForspeclallnfSormation, addrewi CoL II. T. P.
ALIjEN.Sapetintenient, Farmdale, Franklin
coanty. Ky. JeUdawSm
J AS. FLAHERTY. JOHN WALSH
FLAHERTtT & WALSH,
f ETALLIC CASE4, CASKETS AND VTOOD
JjX en Coffins, of anTona; ea-stanUy ua
hand also, self-sealing Air-tight Zloe Burial
Cases and tiaskets targtst Blie weighing STV Ibi.,
and of latest style. All erdera promptly at
Morebonso No. 31 Stcond Street,
Between Unlnnr and Monroe streets. Resi
dence, No. I8S Union street.
Havlnz been engaged In this business for !6
y eanr.-we feel assured that we can give sa'lslae
UoaS" . Jy8 3m
FUNERAL UNDERTAKER. COFFINS AND
aaronds of all descriouons constantly on
hand. Orders for Funerajs prornptlyiitieuded
to at all Cemeteries, No. 3S Second street,
corner (Jaypso, Meaiphu. lenn. Fine private
carriages famished for family use. je lm
w. B. eORXSXICS.
McCAPPIlEY 8s CORNELIUS
IHBALSESS OF THE DEAD,
2fo 300 Second Street,
Memphis, - - Tennessee,
X METALLIC Cases and CasfceU and "Wooden
LTX Cnfflna eonstantur on hand. -
GAS FIXTURES, ETC
' A FUM. ASMOETMEKT or
Gas Chandeliers, 2.3, 4, 6, and 12 Lights,
Pendant,-1 and 2 Lights,
Brackets, 1 and 3 Lights,
Pillars nad Iobes,
Latest styles of Cornelius A Baker's celebrated
manufacture, for sale at Fastory Prices.
je7dastf PHUES fc JTAMMOriX.
At the Store, No. 195 Haln St,
Of Draga, Cheraioals, Parftunery,
Paints, Oils, Tarnishes, Brushes,
Glass and Glassware, Fancy
Ariicles, Drnggists' and
" Grocers' Sundries,
l.TA private sale, for 30 days, at the lowest
r. rew lom bu pnc, "r isj
District or "West Tennesee,in taematter of E,
, Huetta A Co., in Banlrjuptey. The. goods txe
aU fresh and in. the best order, and. will be sold
lalotstosult purchasers for Cash only. The
especial, attention of Dealers andDrnggJsuls
called to examine this stociv as no .such In
ducements have been offered to this public be
fore. . ' ... ." ,
No Packages nroeen anu no recuouiwa al
lowed after the delivery of goods from stora
plying sjuthe store Nov 19S Main street.
T WM. Y. CIRODE, Assignee
Of P. I. H nette ACo., Bankrupts.
MsmpHts. Jnnel0.13. jelltf
fc BUCK EYE BAItVE,
Zfctklng Equal to Jt for Plies.
Soldbr H. C"VBTFEVE,R'3 Blnff Cljc
jyl Dreg Store, eor. 8econ d and Madison gts.
Eloreiifee Synuflleal Female College
rrtfUS Institulionwbich has long enjoyeda
t. very high reputation among the fern sis
colleges of the South, is situated at. Florence,
AJa which is admitted, to be one of the mosj
dellghtfdl and salnhrjons towns In the 5atfc
west. It ia very-easy f access. A hraneh.of
the Memphis and Charlerton Railroad' ruis
from Tuscurabia to South Florenca. Its'Presl
dent,4ev. jlr, "WM. H, MITCHELL, Is. irsll
known 'as one-ol the. ablest- teachers iln.ttie
sountry.'-tNaxt session will oonunence oaths
MS Hy,oijejH(-'iaiwi- ik
Fotj fa'iDarvi.eTiaf aoory. Uierral'
, r- TRTXST jsAXE'sf"
T Y vlrtno of a Deed of. Trust executed to the
I undersigned by Robert W.Johnson on the
tih of October, ISM, and duly recorded In the
rlecorder's ofhcea of the counties of Jefferson
and Pulaski, Bute of Arkansas, and now referred-
to, to secure the Indebtedness therein
The partnership therein recited having to
tally failed, and the personal assets bean con
sumed. Tne said Robert VT. Jobason having ben de
clared a Bankrupt; and there being outstand
ing Incumbrances largely over one hundred
dollars prior to the Trust on the property
hereinafter set forth : fur particulars whereof
reference may be had to toe ueed of Treat of
record as aforesaid -wherein the titles and all
Incumbrance, are' recited-
Tne taxes of 193 being unpaid, and no funds
to pay them nor to pay other existing and c-tr-rent
expenses, and lor .undry other causes
that require the prompt execution of the said
The undersigned do therefore give this no
ttcevln the .Memphis Appeal ana Little Bode
(iszetW. for thirty days, under ana byvlrtue
of the powers vested In them by the aud Deed,
that on the
Twelfth Day of August Kextj
Setween the hours of 9 a.rn. and S p m., at the
Courthouse door, in the town oi Pine Bluff, in
the county of Jefferson, In the State of Arkan
sas, they will sell all the trust property con
veyed to them by the said Deed, tar casn la
band, to the highest bidder, by, the classifica
tion hereinafter given, without other warranty
than those contained for the saldLDeed, and tha
mortgaged lands being sola subject' to' all
mortgage Uses existing thereon, thipurcaaser
taking the equity of redemption thereof only.
fosttHilun of the lands so sold will be deHv
ered Immediately, except or the lands which
have been rented lor the present J ear, the cm
and possession of which are reserved until the
snt of January,lW9tand the rents reeoveraote
by the Trustees.
Which property so to be sold Is described as
follows, that Is to say :
The southeast quarter of section thirty-one.
Toe east part of the Mmlhwest fractional
quarter oi section thirty-one. 1Q acre.
The west part of the southwest Iraetlonal
quarter of uxst Ion thlny-two, 53 li- 10U acres.
All In township five, sooth of raege eight,
west of the filth principal meridian, and which
land were mortgaged lo Jonn duveaou the
9th day of Seplcmotr, A. i . lcil, iu ateure the
payment of the&aiii of forty thousand aullars,
The west fractional half of fractional section
three, a 33-100 acres. -
Fractional section four, S9 53-Ida acres.
The eastpartof fractional section Qve, W '
Tee nonliwest quarter of the southwest quar-"
ter ot section eight, 40 acres.
All of the iraetlonal east half of thesoaihea&t
fractional quarter of section nine (9 , tvlS-HM
The west fractional half of section ten (If.
231 13 1U) acres.
The soathwest quarter of section fifteen (1.
Toe southwest quarter of the northwest quar
ter of section seventeen, 10 acres.
And the east half of the northeast quarter of
section elghteeu, 8J acrta.
Ail in township numbered ,lx, south of range
numbered elght.westof the meridian aforesaM,
ana which lands have been mortgaged to WH
Uam V. t.orcoran and U forge W. aUsh by the
said ttoben Y. Johnson. In part by hla dwd of
March 1 'th, loi, and. In pmU)y. his deed of May
zstn, IH16, to secure Ihd payment of th!y ihuu
sand dollars, with laieresl "Trqm.Uth day ul
March, 1S59, at rate of 9 per cent, per annum.
The north half of section twenty-one, 3tt
The foathwest fraction I quarter of seetfcm
sixteen tsoothol lake). lUli3-iii acres.
Bjlhm townahlp six, south of range eight,
west of ihj mridlan-a foresaid tne laid
tracts being charged Klthi venaorV Hen iu
favuz of tho repre&etSUvecoIHenry N. Atkina
dtceaed, the vendbr-reserved by his convey
ance to thesald Robert W.Johooo.for about
keventeen thousand dollars of Cthe putenavut
money yet remaining unpaid.
The east half of the northeast quarter of sec
tion seven, tiu acres.
The southwest quarter of the northeattquar
ter uf rectlon keveu, 40 acres.
The east half of the northeast quarter otsee
tion eight, hU acres. '
The aoutbeast fractional quarter of seeiion
eight, 119 9alb0 acres.
The- south hair of the southwest quarter at
section eight, 00 acres.
The nortnwest quarter of section eight,' MS
lie north half of section nine, 33) acres.
The west fractional half of tha southeast
fractional , quarter of sectten nine, Gtf K-im
The southwest fractional quarter of seetieu
nine, 11 7-lwj aeTcS.
The northwest part of the northeast Ifoe
(lonal quarter (north of laK-), of seetieu afx
teen. & 4$ KM acres.
The iraetlonal northwest quarter of seetiea
sixteen, iSi 92-wa acres.
The north part of the southwest fraeMoaal
quarter (noun of lake), of seuMon slxteen.6
Hi-liO acres. "
The east half of the northwest quarter of sec
tlun seventeen, 60 acres,
3 he fractional northeast quarter of seettea
seventeen, 1U374-KU acres.
All In township six, south of range eight, went
of the meridian aforesaid, and all wbiea muds
are mortgaged both to the said John tnlvea
and (o the said "William Y. Corcoran and
Ueorga v. Rlggs, for lurther secuiity of their
said demands and thel- terest tnereon.
The southwest part of thesoathweat frac
tional quiiter of section fourteen,StU 1C0 acres.
The soathed't fractional quarter of icotton
fltteen, 115 5J-1W) acres.
Ihe northwest part of the northwest frac
tional quarter of section twenty-three, a 50-lu
The northeast part of the northeast frac
tional quarter of lection twenty-two, 3 W-Kx
The southwest quarter of section twenty-one,
The wet half of the foutheast quarter of sec
tion twenty-one, 80 acres.
Tna wst half of the northeast quarter of sec
tion twenty-tight, H) acres.
Tbe east nan of the northwest quarter of sec
tion twenty eight, BO acr.s.
Ths southwest quarter of section twenty
elgnt,100kcres. une undivided seventh part. being the Inter
on of Patrick H. Lee, ot tne northwest quarter
or section twenty-two, 23 85-1SU acres, pur
chased or tbe aala fatrlcK H. Lee by the said
Robert "W". Johnson.
All In township sir, south of range elght,west
of the meridUn aforesaid, and ot which lands
the said Robert V- JOJ2non Is the proprietor iu
(ee simple by title onlncumbereuuid the same
and aU the other lands herein belore men
tioned lie. and are situate in the said county of
Jefferson, in tne State of Arkansas.
Also one tract oi about three acres of land
lying aL d situate in the city of Little Rock, in
tne etate of Arkansas, aojoinlng and on the
e,st of tbe property and homestead of Albert
Plae, and bounded on the west by the Qua paw
Jiue, being the same that was coavcyeu to tne
said RolrtW. Johnson by his father, Beo.
nun Johnson, on the third day of August,.!
to whose conveyance ihbieoi being crecord In
the county ot Pnlaskl, in the said State of
Arkansas, reference is to be had for more lull
description of the same.
Also one other parcel of land in ths said d ty
ofLlttle Kock, containing tbree-fonrths of an
acre, more or leas, adjoining the said tract of
three acres, on the south thereof, being the
same which -was conveyed to the sala Robert
W. Jonnson by Noah H. Badgett and his wife,
on tbe twenty-second day of August, 1859, ana
tn thelrdeed described as ' beginning at a post
eleven poles east from the northwest comer of
Mrs. Martha Brcoklna lot, where she now re
sides, thence north eleven poies thence west
eleven poles to the place ut beginning;" to
which conveyance thereof and the conrey
ances herein referred to, all tne same being of
record In the said coanty of Pulaski, reference
la to be had lor more fail description .f the
Tbe main body of the lands in Jefferson
county com poses two plantations, about six
miles from Pine Bluff and four tram the Ar
kansas rlveT, known as tha "Woodburse aan
Cbalmctte plantations, the former containing
about 1461 acres, of which about 750 acres ara
cleared and fit for cultivation i and the latter
about ZK7 acres, er which over I3H) aro
cleared and ready for cultivation. These ianda
are five feet or over above axr overflow, well
drained, and In the fin-st cotton region of the
world. ALBERT PIKE.
CHARLES Yf. ADAMS,
Arkansas Gazette copy until day of sal-.
July 1. ISoS jyUni
PURSUANT to tha provisions of a Deed or
Truxt executed to me as Trustee on the 1st
uay of February, 1S37. by Jos. yf. AUey. w Men
has been duly registered In the .Register's office
or Shelby ceunty.Tenn., la book: No. 49, pages
53! and 2, for the purpose of securing the pay
ment of certain notes described In said deed, Z
On tho 29th Day of July, 1S68, ..
Between the hours of 10 a-m. and 1 p.m;
expose to public sale, to tbe highest bidder lor
cash, at the courthouse door, on Union street-below-
Second street, in the city ot Memphis,
the following described real estate, conveyed
by said deed, to-wit: Situated la the eiiy of
Memphis, beginning at the Muthwest corner of
Shelby and Pontotoc streets; thence with the"
west side of .Shelby street twenty-five feet-south:-
thence parallel with Pontotoc streetr
westward two hundred feet to the east side of
Clinton street; thence northward with the east
line of Clinton street twenty-six feet to th
south line of PontoVW street; thence eastward,
with the south line of Pontotoc street Wo
hundred feet to the beginning: being prtot
tne lot ennveyeu to saiu ji w.uiey Dy s.
nana on the 10th daV of May-ISSd-
The title Is believed to beperjicbntlwlll
convey only such as la vested la me aa Trustee.
The equity of redemption 15 waived. "
jearta tr. w. HCTBTBR. Trustee.
TTNDEK and by virtue or a decree of. tha
I J Chancery Court of Hinds county. M!saia.i
eippi, for the first district of said county, ren
dered at the May Term, lies, la the case of M,
P. JamaglrX et al, vs. Ana W. Blmrns. Adclx or
J. T. Blrams,, deceased, I, the. undersigned.
Sheriff of Coaboma county, appointed special,
Comrnl&sloner by said decree, will,
On the 30th Day of July, 1868,'
At the Courthouse of Coahoma conn ty, sell at
pubtlaauetlon, ta the highest bidder, for cash,
a tract oi land in said county of Coahoma!
Mississippi, described aa follows t It. ls.abe
east hair sectlos the 'west half and the
west half of the east half of section 13; tbe
north half northeast quarter of section 27 ;
aorta half northwest quarter otaectlon .la;
13 aorUieaatlquarter of northeast quaner.of
section 23 r aaitihalf southeast - quarter or.nec
"Mhsrlff of Coahoma Countv.