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A" DAMS mTKAM DVK-HOUhK-CORNEll
Main and McOall sts. Especial attention
given millinery and dry goods storekeepers, alt)
AKUOLK Lb! WIS. ATTORNEY AT LAW
and Solicitor in Chancery, No. 280 Second
sjxeet. (Stilliuan s Mock.) Memphis. a ill 7-1 in
(JOTS ANl MIOKS MAUU XU Ultur.n,
by F. llenniger. VV, Mauisnn su jeis.)-.iin
Kiouri a pktehson. coal dkallks.
ouiee l mauisnn street.. jj-.wi
IMJKKK, JOHN K., CITY INhl'EC iUll.
J) Ollioeun bluff,- between Was hmgton anil
Ailaina street". jya-lm
11IKKOT. C. K. A KK' UKUtlOIK l'
Apotnocarie mi main sireeu nun-nu-
(11IINA, GLASS AND IfUKENHWAKK, at
y 178 Main t. Voorbois A Patrick JeU-3in
ClLAPP. VAN0I4 ANDKHSON, ATTOR-
neys-at-Law. Selileu Building, In Madison
street. Memphis. Tenn. auln-itin
iMOALOIL. LAMPS. CUIMNEV8. T1N
J ware. Snaps, Lard Oil, Lanterns, at O. r.
Proscott A Co.'s. 40 Jefferson street. je4-Km
lOMMKUCTAL HOTEL, COR. KUONX
J JeBerson, WheelorA Bryson, pro's. ul
D" KLAP" CO., COTTON FACToHrt, 212
Front street. Memphis. Tenn. eul9-lra
I.'LANNEKY. JOSK PUT' PRACTICAL
L Plumber, Uaaand Steam Pio Fitter, iiAi
Kccond street, cor, of Jencrnon. jci-Hiu
T7RANK CUMM1NOS, OROCKR COM
JL1 mission Jdorcbant. HiV PoplarsU aX-Aia
lAYOSO 8A VINOS INSTITUTION. NO.
V JT 111 Madison street, dna Is in Exchange, Gold,
Silver and lliicorrent Money. E. M. Avery,
Cashier. John 0. Lanier. Prea't. jyl-llin
TTjjy. ALU tiff McC'HKA, tiHOUKKS.
IT nnilCollon Factors. 2118 Kront St. jcjt-Hin
HUNT. tlioMAct'll., 4 CO., PREMIUM
Silk A Woolen Dyers, 24fi Second. anlft-Hin
I N.SUK ANCK." LliNDSKY A VKEDKN-
1 ItliKUII, Aeents. No. II Madison Street,
I l,.-T. A., GENTS' AND UDYVCL0T1I IMJ
J and FurnUliiiieWnnds, WMninst aui.'1-lui
M""""kndklak'a lUlKKNLAW. DEALERS
in saddlery and liarnexn.lcatbor.sbcetind
iiiKs and curriers' toojsL IB Madison st. auO-lm
MORO A N , W u. H ., A TTO KN K Y - AT-LA VV
etc.. Dawiitn Block. Madison st. jvll-Stu
f liSlC, PIANOS. CABINET ORGANS,
ill Musical Instruments and Musical Mer
chandise gcnerully. at F.
NK'IIOl.S.tt. L. ItKALKSl'ATlJBlUlliMt,
Main St.. Walker Block. auuT-liu
ACKKR. II. DEALER IN P1TTS
1 burg moil. No. H Washington st. aulli-lin
I JAIN T STORK, ARTIST MAlhKlALK.
I 1 Second st. J. McDonald lya-ihu
I KT KKS W ILLIAMSON, ATTORN KYS
1 ai-law and (lenernl Claim Agents, US Mad
ison street. Desoto BlockIempbis. aulO-lin
l)iliSCOTTA C0! 0. F.. CO A L OIL AND
I Lumps, Chimneys, Tinware, Soaps, Lard
Oil. 1 Jefferson street. jc4-Jni
RAW LINGS. J. J. A CO.. OuT'J'ON FAC
tors, Grocers and Commission Mcrchsnt,
N 017 J effcrson street. au7-Hm
UOIITHERN Mr'K INSURANCE CO., Or
Otlcecor. Main and Madison. up stairs. nt-:)in
'"riToTvlPSON A- FR AZER, ATTORN E YiS
I at-Law. ID Madison street. aii'-Hm
flUlUACCO AND CIGARS-A LARGE AN It
1 superior stock at Thurmond, Foster A ( n. t,
Tobacconists. 348 Main street. al-lm
'I'OOK. PHILLIPS A CIRODE, WHOLE
salo' Grocers and Cotton Faetora, SlB
' I1RUDKAL", F. X., DEALER IN WATCH
JL Jewelry, etc., 7 Madisob street, aulll-lui
1IITM0RE BKOTUGRS. STEAM JOB
Printers, i.i Maaison street.
t II, LI A. MS, J. S. A CO..CoTltN FAC
W tors and Commission Merchants, 'M Front
7M. 0, . KLL1S' CAKHIAiiKriUUP. ClUH-
TlPT wnna nun u:iynwi m". """"
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF AN ACT
pawed by the General Assembly of the
Stale of Tennessee ai its last rieirolar Session,
on the Mlh day of May. A. D. InOtt, I will en
Satunlnv, the 1lh day of September. A. D.
isai, hold an election throuphout the Couuly of
Shelby, at the reuular precincts, to detei mine
Iho removal of the Couniy Seat of Shelby
oimtT from F.ivleidh to Memphis.
The lollowiiiu named Kcnlleimn are aiipoini
cd .Indues of said election:
District No. 1 R. W. Bond, W. E. Gather,
J. 11. Lipphes Deputy Sberitf. Thomas Epper-
H Dislrict N'o. 2 Daniel Corbett, II. P. Thomp
son S. R. Lignow ; lieputy SheriU. William
Dii'ti'icV No. 3 Charles Crenshaw. G, R.
Wynne, S. C. Bolton i Deputy Sheriff, C. A.
District No. 4-Wm. Rtoyall, James Carroll,
F. Hcfter: Deputy Sheriff, N. M. Satloraite.
District No. 5 Enaino-hnue No. 0 Thomas
Foley. John V timer, John Wsintutnd; Deputy
Snenlf, John W.Taylor.
Enitine bouse No. A John Glnncy, Q, V.
.Tohn-on, D. W. Drift! Doputy Sheriff. Col.
11 1) Iscy
District No. H. B. Williford, Hatn. Allen,
W. U, Snced; Dejmt Sheriff, B. W. Prjor.
District No. 7 K. Pullium. J. B. Mercer,
James Uolloway ; Deputy Sheriff, G. M. Barl
ll"D?strict No. 8 F. P. Thomas. J. M. Thomp
son, S. C. Home ! Dopnty Sheriff. P. R. Peyton.
Di trict No. M. Rogers. Phillin Jonea, M.
L Williams ; Doputy Sheriff, W. II. Webber.
District No. 10- T. C. Bleckley. B. B. Nevill.
J. Applewhite: Deputy Sheriff, Ja. Moore.
District No. 11-W. H. Walker, W. 0. llarri
ion, J. II. 'fewnsend; Deputy Buenff, L. A.
District No. 12 Wm. Cnnnell, Ihos. Ilnle
man, J. W. Elain ; Deputy Sheriff. Doylo Pear-
"l)iftrict No. 13 W. 8- Walton, L. Layman,
ClaviidKe : Deputy Sheriff, C. F. Stephenson.
District No. 14 Entrine-house No. 2, Shelby
street T. A. Hamilton, Michael lturko, John
P. Tohin : Deputy Sheriff. Wm. Koch.
Eneioe-linnse No. 7 Martin Kelly, Joseph
fair it, W. W. Jones; Deputy Sheriff, James
''DHtrict No. 15 R. IT. Glisson. D. Thomas, J,
D. Danbury; Deputy Sheriff, W . B. Cotum.
Di-lriet No. 16 Elijah Brooks, J. U. Good
Ictt, W. Moon i Deputy Sheriff, Dr. Wesley
WDiti'iot No. 17. J. Ma-'sey, W. 8. Smith,
Corlifh i Deputy Sheriff, Erwin Oakley.
Deputy Sheriffs, Judges, Clerks and Voters,
will be required, in all thinirs, to eomply with
the law ot tho State, denning and limitiuf the
Deputy Sheriffs will make their returns tome
at the Sheriff's Office, in the Ureenlaw Block,
SeendHtr.eUMemphi..p f wINTERg
anlS-te Sheriff Shelby Couniy.
N ELECTION WILL BK HELD ON
iV Saturday, the 15th day of September, In'si,
to test the sense of the qualified rotors of the
City of Momphis as to the issuance of liityitO
Time Bonds ol the City of Memphis, for the
purpose of funding the present due debt of the
C' polls will be opened at Enoine-house No. 5
and Knirine-hoose No. 3, between the hours of
111 a.m. and 4 p.m. .
Ballot will be prepared and furnished at the
noils as follows: "roa fikdinu" and
SOAtXST ri'KIIIHU." , , ,
Also, for the issaanee of JjOfl.OiWof City Bonds,
for the improvement of streets.
Separate ballots will be prepared end fur
nished as lollows: "ma issUiJira' and
JOHN PARK. Mayor.
r,n 1 :.-T.
RKSTAl'RAJiT AM) SALOON.
42 Broad Street.
N K W Y O It I .
KEEPS THE ASSORTMENT OF
Liqanrs, and eels the best Loaches in New
THE PLACE WEISS ALL BOUTH
EBNEBS EAT AND DHINK.
Till: hOlTIIEUX IIOLSE.
T'ni" norsF. is now open to the
ptffclic at the following rate of cbargoe :
Kay Board per week H
Board per week, with lodging 1J (
Transient Boaid.br w'
Apply to LEW IS kKNNKDY. -.
aal4-lm Pripnetor. 417 Main street.
lly M III i more ltrotlicrs.
EVERY AFTERNOON. EXCEPT SUNDAY.
' William A. ud Edwin Whitmcro,
Under the Arm style of
No. 13 Madiaon Street.
Tho Ptiiu.io Lrnnaa will be srred to City
Suliscriliors by faithful carriers alTKN t.'EN IS
tier week, tiavable weekly to the carriers.
By mail, SIX DOLLARS per annum, or
Fifty Cents per month, in adeiiee.
i!ntmnnnicMtionH uiion subiectg of general in
terest to the puhlie are at all times acceptable.
Rejected manuscripts wil.tj i)T be returned.
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there being twelve lines of solid type to the
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Notion In local column inserted fur twenty
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Special Notices iuscTtad lor ten cents per Hue
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T.i reurular advertisers, we offer superior in
ducements, both as to rite of charges and man
ner of displaying their farnrs.
All advertisements should be marked the
specilic lonirth ot tune they lire to be pnliliMieil.
If not so marked, they will he inserted for one
month, and ehnrgeil aceonlingiy.
Notices of Marriages aud Deaths will be in.
sorted m the 1'l'W.li: Lkoukv at items of news
Butunything beyond the mile annonncem.nt
will ho ciiarTU lor at tne rstt ci 2U cents per
Advertisements published at intervals will
be charred ten cents pr line for each insertion.
All bills for advertising aru due when eou
trn. !('.! and payable on demand.
"All letters, whether upon business or
otherwise, must he addressed to
Wll ITMtiRE BROTHERS,
, , Publishers and Proprietors.
The King of Prussia'! Return to Berlin
from tne war.
Cor. London Times. '
Berlin, AiiRiist 5, 18CC Lust night
at half-pnst ten the King alighted at the
Silesian Railway terminus. At the mo
ment of his stepping ont of the cnrriiige
he was embraced by the Queen, who,
with Princess Carl, her sister, and the
ladies and gentlemen of the Court had
been awaiting the return of her roval
husband on the platform. Whilethe first
salutations were being exchanged be
tween thi'ir Majesties, rrinee Curl and
the Crown Prince, who both lind arrived
with the hang, twelve young ladies in
white silk, wreaths of com flowers in
their hair, scattered roses before the feet
of tho returning victors.
"A brilliant array of generals, minis
ters, and other civil and clerical atgni
tnrirs encompnssed the principal Ictors
in the moving scene. The illuminations
shed floods of lifihtH, the cannon ronred
nnd the strains of the nntional anthem
rof.e gloriously over the thousands of
privileged spectators pressing round tho
official circle. In unotiiur uiomeut Count
llixuinrk. in the uniform of a major in
the Landwher Cuirassiers, left the royal
carriage. Jtibilunt hurrahs received the
successful iMinister, who, with friends
thronged forward to shake hands, and
wife and child-en claiming his first at
tention found himself immediately sur
rounded by a dense -crowd of eager and
sincere well-wishers. General Mohke,
the military hero of the war, equally
aroused the enthusiasm of his numerous
With them were noticed Gens. Room,
Boyen, Alvensleben, Podbielski, and a
numerous suite of colonels and adju
tants, togelhcr with the military attaches
of the French, Italian and Russian Em
bassies. When the King entered bis
carriage to drive home one of the young
ladies presented him a congratulatory
poem, on a velvet cushion, which was
most graciously received, und elicited a
few grateful words in return. By the
sidn of the King, who was in an open
caleche, sat the Crown Prince. The
Quen, whose health does not admit of
her exposing herself to the night air,
drove in a close carriage, followed by
hundreds of equipages, containing the
new arrivals and those who had come to
greet them. As the royal personages
flashed past the thousands assembled in
the streets along their line of route, hur
rah succeeded hurrah all the way from
the eastern confines of the town to the
Midnight was drawing near when the
King now again at home in his family,
as well as in his country, appeared on
the balcony of the palace. Then arose
the " Preussen Lied " from amid the
people on the square in front, and being
taken up in ever-widening circles, it was
at length sung in common by the thirty
or forty thousand there assembled. The
King returned thanks, but, though those
who were near enough to see that he
wished to speak were silent, the more
distant coulinued the singing, and there
was no chance of catching a word. The
Queen, the Crown Prince and Prince
Curl nlso showed themselves on the bal
cony, aeknowledging the salutations of
To day, at noon, after solemn ser
vice in the cathedral, attended by the
King, Queen, and entire royal family,
the session of Parliament was opened
with the nsual ceremonies. Sunday was
especially ehoscq for the act, to impart
to it a religious sanctity after the signal
triumphs obtained. As is customary, tho
ceremony took place in the White Hall
of the Old Palace. Count Bismark again,
in his military uniform which he had
never before been seen to wear on a sim
ilar occasion, stood on the left of the
King, with the other Ministers beside
him. The Queen, Princess Carl, Prin
cess Friederick Carl, and the Grand
Dutchess Dowager of Mecklenburg
Schwerin, a sister of the King, were pres
ent in the royal gallery, while a long
row of aristocratic ladies adorned the
seats appropriated to them.
The lords and members, who on the
last occasion of the kind, which occurred
nut eight months ago, did bnt scantily
attend, this time mustered in full num
ber, and by their animated appearance
testified their sympathy in the proceed
ings. The aspect of affairs has greatly
changed since that melancholy January
13, when the Commons, anticipating but
renewed denial of their constitutional
prerogative in the speech from the throne,
preferred baying the text from a news
paper boy in the street to hearing it
doled out in them from authorized lips.
Nor did the present speech from the
throne wholly disappoint the expecta
tions raised by the more promising state
of politics. The King, who entered with
the Crown Prince and the other Princes
of the house, received the pregnant man
uscript from the hands of bis Premier,
and read it alond with a firm and sono
He expressly declared that the expen
MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE, TUESDAY EVENING. AUGUST 28. : 1866. -
diture of public moneys, without bud
get duly voted and sanctioned, was con
trary to lnw; that the only excuse for
such illegality which this cabinet tad
been obliged lo commit during the last
few years, was a duty devolving upon
them to keep the administrative machine
going; and that a Bill of Indemnity,
therefore, win as much required, under
the Constitution as he hoped it would
be readily granted by tho Commons.
Then, alluding to tho original cause of
the quarrel, he intimated thstnojy, when
the Prussian army was likely to receive
n considerable increase from (he aggran
dizement of the State, and the acquisi
tion of permanent allies, it won Id be
much wiser to effect compromise on
the vexed question of military service.
In this caae he hinted, in conclusion, the
right of the purse, as vesled In the
llonse, wonld be no longer disputed by
I have no doubt that theie terms will
be accepted by Parliament, as, indeed,
they were received with loud applause in
the Hall. The loan the Governmefit is
going to ask to defray A portion of the
cost pf the wur will be sure to meet with
little, if any, opposition.
The Crown Princess, being tn deep
mourning for her infant son,' did not
leave Heringsdorf to attend the solemni
ties. Uer royal husband this morning
went to Potsdam to the grave of his lost
child, who died while his father was ab
sent in the war. To morrow he repairs
to the seaside, whence he intends to ac
company his consort to some Silesian
Instructions Concerning the Paris Exposi
tion. "Wakhibotok, August 21. -MTanjr mis
understandings about admission to the
Paris Exposition seem to exist among
some of the authorities -of several States.
Positively no articles will be entered or
received ut the Exposition except those,
for which applications shall have been
duly filed with and accepted by the gen
eral agont at New York, J. C. Derby,
Times Building, No. 40 Park Row. All
applications therefore should be for
warded to him as ho is required to
have the descriptive catalogue ready by
the loth of next month. Although the
present list of applications promises an
excellent exhibition in several groups,
and it is deficient in h few. important
tnrticiilnrs, such as rich furnishing np
lolstery and decorative work, crystals
and rich patterns, carpels, wall papers,
cutlery, bronzes, etc., cotton and its pro
ducts,' fleeces of wool, shawls of wool,
hosiery, etc., plans and models of rural
buildings, fertilizing substances, appara
tus and instruments for hunting.
Congress has provided a ('fee transpor
tation to Paris for goods and bIiow caves
in which to exhibit goods at the Exposi
tion, as well as competent officers and
gitsrds to take care of them.
Advice to Ladies.
"Jenny June" writes to n New York
paper from Saratoga : "The ladies here
expose themselves to criticism by wear
ing, for dancing, high black boots and
black shoes with Ihin white dresses.
This is unheard of gaucherie, unless the
dress iB trimmed with black. The pres
ent fashion of hoops, and the present
style of dancing, expose the teet and
much more; and the extremest care and
nicety is required in dressing tho feet,
and the arrangement of the under-Bkirts
and other garments. Nothing can be
more disenchnnting than to see pair of
large feet encased in corresponding
black boots, whirling round URiler a thin
white dress nnd scant skirts. . And this
reminds us to venture a hint, that their
dresses rrqniro voluminous drapery be
neath and over ihe hooped skirls. Many
gentlemen have a fashion of jiggling a
lady up and down, a:id jerking her round
in a way that ntnrllea one or two ordi
nary skirls out of all propriety, und un
less the dress is very deeply Iruined,
and properly snpporlej by skirls trained
in the same way, and of the same length,
mortifying disclosures and accidents, are
A Model Obitnary.
J. Bunks, wo are sorry say, has de
ceased, and a Western obituary thus
Davs tribute to his memory :
"Jem was generally considered a
good feller. He went forth without a
struggle, and sich is life. To day we are
as peppergrass mighty smart to
morrow we are rut down like cowcum
bers to the ground. Jem kept a nice
store, which his wife now waits on. ' His
verchews were iiumerous lo behold.
Many is the things we hot at his grocery,
and we are happy to state to the ad
miring world, that he never cheated,
especially in the weight of mackerel,
which was nice, and smelled sweet. We
never knew him to put sand in sugar,
though be had a big sand bar in front of
his house, nor water in his liquors,
though the Ohio river runs 'past his
door. Peace to bis remains. He leaves
1 wife, 7 children, 1 cow, a grocery store,
and other quadrupeds to mourn his loss,
but, in the langwidge of the poit, his
loss was their eternal gain."
A Department Order.
General Orders No. 7, headquarters
Military Division of the ; Mississippi,
dated August 10th, IsCG, announces that
bv the operations of General Orders No.
5!1, from the War Department, the com
mand hitherto known as the .Military
division of the Mississippi has ceased
to exmf, and lis business will he merged
th the new Military Division ot the
Missouri, Lieut. Gen. Sherman com
manding, with hendquartersatSt Louis,
Missouri. Brevet Colonel It. M. lawyer,
Assistant Adjutant General, will remain
on duty in charge of the records of the
hitherto Military invision ot the .uissia
siDDi. bT virtue of his rank in the volun
teer service, and when mustered out of
that, by his rank in the regular amy,
until further orders; his name being re;
ported on the rolls of the headquarters'
staff ot the new Military Division of the
Brutal Murder in East Tennessee.
A most ahoekinc and brutal murder
was committed, on Saturday last, in An
derson county, fcast lennessee, two
miles above Island Ford.' Tbe victim
was a Mrs. Masengill, wile 01 oeorge
Masengill, who is represented to have
been a most worthy and excellent lady,
and noted for her generons and charita
ble treatment to her neighbors. Her ab
sence having created some alnrm, a
search was instituted, and when found.
strange to say, she was standing upright
in the river, with her hands tightly cord
ed, while the numerous marks and inden
tations upon her neck gave evidence that
her death had been produced by strangu
lation. Suspicion rests upon one or two
i : . J-j JlLi 1j M 'mw
I.AUUE8T OITY CIItCULATIOX.
persons in tho neighborhood, but as yet
no definite clue to the real murderer has
been obtained. ' .
BeT General H. I). Lkb, living bear
Brookaville, in a late private letter to
friend, leys that he is trying to snske
farmer of himself, and that his crop
looks better than those of most of bis
A NEW ERA IN DENTISTRY.
Teeth Bxtraoled Without Palo, by
th Aid. of Local Agencies. ,
IT WILL UK llXiimy ORATIFVIXO
J to the many thouxamls who areeutferins with
decayed and aeains teeth-, and who have boen
drettlinc to have theiu extracted for years, to
learn that Dr. J. B. YVaason.ilenUst, of tbisrity,
is attracting teeth daily, with tbe aid of an en
tirely new discovery, without civios tbe sligkt
et uainand without tbe least peiuible danrer
or inconvenience to tbe patient whatever. And
by his treat facilities for mannfactarinf plate
work, ean insert new teeth ia any number,
from one to au entire full set. in a few boars
after extraction, which teeth are entirely natu
ral, and ean he worn with every dvfree of com
fort ULtil the mouth aawl mum ere in a suitable
condition for a permanent et. . i
f Office, curlier of Main and Monroe, no.
Inilcd States Commissioner,
Commissioner of Deeds, Etc.',
OOM KO. 3, IRVUU BLOCK. MIDDLE
WM. II. MORGAN, f
A. X TO KNKY.AT.LAW
j) I'M: It 41. CLAIM AGEXT,
Commissioner of Deeds, Etc,
Over Desoto Insurance Company, Desoto Block
MAUI HON - STREET,
jyll-3oi . MEMPHIS. TENN.
Jfci Y llJ, TltOAT
i FFI0R 1IOUKS jyOR
these .Si-ecialities are
tr-'io .1 to V o clock a, m.,
and frntn 3 to 6 o'clock p.
in. Persons wishln Dr.
C'rcicbton's services mnit
consult tbis arrangement.
Ullice in f)ru Store, No.
4 1 Main Street, south of
-Feei for Prounionttl Visits, each. Ten
LADIES DESIRING A CLEAR AM)
'I'lllti UKLlUHTKIIL TOM. KT AHTKILE
I Las no equal tor Preserving and Lieautilyius
ihe Louipleiiiin ana skin.
Depot, 74 Fulton Street, N. Y.
Fold by Pnieuirts ererywhere. epS-1y
1 liolcru !
yillCU THREATENS TO SCOURGE
us with Its fatal breath, can be warded off by
the timely use of .
Prof. C. H. SLATER'S
Conqu eror of" Pnln
Office. S4 Union street. aii!3-1m
I. B. CHRISTIAN
r. d. stoa
J. It. CHRISTIAN A CO.,
' Corner Itarket and Promenade Bta..
MKMl'HI S -TKNN.
Tennessee National Bank.
OF TILE CMTKD STATES. ALSO
DEPOSITARY AND FINANCIAL AGENT
For the District of West Tennessee.
Does a General Banking Bualoesa
MAKES COLLECTION'S IN SOUTHERN
ON FAVOBABLE TXBU8.
Oll Stand of the I'lantorsi Hevnk
GTO. R. RCTTER. Prei,lent.
J.H. rirTCHINON, VieePree't
WALTER $. MORliAN, Cashier.
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EDUC ATION A L
ST. AGNES ACADEMY.
THK FALL TEBX and 83d SESSION
St. Ap;ncH A.cpleiy
i - - .,
Opens on Slondaj, 3d or Sept.
1'HR INSTITUTION STANDS IN THE
eenter of extensive and bisbly improved
grounds, in part tastefully laid out and set with
rare plants and shrubbery. Theeoavenienee of
access to Memphis from all parts of the West
and South, and the acknowledged healthful
nets of tbe city recommend it as a point highly
favorable for the location of literary institu
tions. The course of studies comprise all the
branches, useful and ornamental, that are usu
ally Uiuibt. Tbe academic year eoasi'te of two
sessions, of five months each: the first com.
mencinf on tbe lint Monday in September:
t lie second on tbe first Monday in February.
Parents end fu.rdinns are permitted to visit
their daughter and wards only on Thursdays.
Farenta and others wishing to place children
in the Institution will be received on any day.
No visitors admitted on Sundays.
Letters to be addressed to the Mother Supe
rior of ht. Annas Academy. '
tut further partioulars, see Catalogue.
The institution on Third street, between
Washington and Poplar, hitherto known as the
St. Aroes Academy Day-school, will hencefutth
be called "Notre Ilame lie La Sallette," and
will open on the 3d of September.
"Notre Dame He La Sallette "is In every
respect on a par with the St. Agnes Academy,
na Vanee street, ahd entitled to confer the same
honorary distinctions on graduates.
For further particulars, apply to the Academy
of La Sallette. an-tslU
MISS ISAKEL JAt'ltSOX,
' Of Hlckmond, Va.i
- .. j ,
WILL OPKN HER SCHOOL ON MON
day, September 3d, at her residence. No.
lit Hernjado street. For circulars, apply at
the principal book stores, to C. C. Jackson, No.
SIS Front street, or at her residence. an!H-2w
IJIHE FALL SESSION. WILL OPEN ON
Wednesday, September 5, 1860,
Mas. EMILT B. ARMOCR, Principal.
Mks. MATTIE HANNAH. Assistant,
Psor. CHARLES MOREAU, French.
Chki. F- Dg FUNIAK, Drawing and Psint
Mrs. Armour will attend to the Music, higher
r.naliph branches, ana latin. taum-jw
jL, K Ii A. J W l ia M V
o. 301 Tlilnl Street,
WILL ORGANIZE FOR THE FALL 6ES-
1 T sion on Monday, September i, lsuo, Willi
KOIcUnt Corps of OYnchern,
niRH. m. a. r.. aiuni.Ar. rriuoii'ui. , , .
Miss KATK B. A N 1 K RSON, I Auiatanti
Miss JKNNIB ANDERSON. Assistants.
PBiir. BH1DE. Music. .
Psiir. VILLEilULIN, French
Memphis Ladies' Institute
Sixth Year, and Third Corporate Tear
'IMUS SCHOOL WILL BE REOPENED
J. Monday tbe id day ol September.
At 212 Desoto Street.
The Principal will be assisted by the highest
protessioual talent iu inc citM
For particulars, call at the icbot 1 buildings,
BlltS. 1IA1I.IN MS.MI.ViltY
FOR YOUNG LADIES.
THE FALL SESSION WILL OPEN ON
A Monday, September .Hi, 10.
Prof. Hubert Armbruster Music.
" Chas. II Moreau French and Latin.
Cbev. F. De Funiak Drawing and Painting.
For circular, with full particulars, please
rail at the Book and Music Stores, or at tbe
Seminary, southeast oorner et Main ami Jieal
MRS. ANSlK D. II A ILK.
11AILFS CEMK'L HIGH SCHOOL
ruins SCHOOL WILL OPEN ON MOX-
1 day, September 3d, in the large ball on tbe
socona noor ol me new ouuuing corner oi iei
farson and Third streets. Book-keeping. Bm
ineas i'orms and Commercial Calculations
made a specialty for tnose preparing lor busi
ness. Terms per session of live months: Prepara-
I . .1... In, LI-.n-A.!
class io Mathematics, liook -keeping, etc.. $4U
Unc-nnn payanie tn anvance. jy.n.im.
VANKLEECK & CLARK,
(Successors to JOHN C. BEALE.)
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS.
PRIMERS & LITHOGRAPHERS,
No. 19 Nassau Street,
H K F K H TO
Messrs. Norton, Slaughter A Co, New York.
C. M. Farmer, Esq., New York.
Messrs. Harris. Hunt A Co., Memphis.
T. 1C. CUJIMINS Ac CO.,
East India Merchardise,
.Nail pet re,
KIN SEED OR FLAXSEED,
96 Wall Street, New Toilr
WILL FILL ALL ORDERS FOR ABOVE
goods at loweet boston and New York
JR SALE. TYPE METAL iBETTER
than babbct) for sale low, by
Pi slic LitKiia otbee.
Teu CenU Ier, Week.
Xo." 40 II road Street, i
NEW Y O It K. i
INSURANCE EFFECTED ON ALL SPE
1 cies of Merchandise and every description
of buildings In first class Companies, at the
lowest late, without charge to the assured. (
Norton. Slaughter Co., New York i
C. M. Farmer, New York:
Benjamin Babb, Memphis ;
W. A. tioodwyn, Memphis s
Meo. W. Trotter, Memphis.
Destroyed "by Fire,
Within the limits of the United Sutei, i
DURING THE TEAR 1865
SHOULD SUOOESTTHE NECESSITY OF
good insurance to every man who desires k)
protect Bimsell against tbe loss wnionioiiowi ir.
the wake of lire.
fast tfr.ji 'i' t. ! V ' rl
Gives assurance to tbe pabltnthat shoice indeai
nity, of a wholesome and permanent character1
is strongly guaranteed by Phenix Policies. ,
LOSSES ADJUSTED AND PAID during the
jear ltuwi, in a very marked and striking man
ner eahibit the solid, substantial, and taithtul
urvina rnnilared naUona by the Phoenix, as well
as its ability to pass through seasons prolific of
conflagrations, wita aonor ana vroui io inute
Cash income, for the past year reveals the eoo
sunt and steady progress of this, popular oor
porafton in me inee oi a oilier, viuuieiiTo, au
An average annual cash dividend to Stock
holders of lourteen por cent, upon iu capita!
stock, since its incorporation, portrays tbe great
success and stability of this eminent Institu-
in its investment, and tbe important truth tliBt
tno ronnageineni oi me riiu-.i.-v is in iu
bands of those who know bew, successfully, to
Fire , Insurauce Companv,
Wi'Hteru Bra mli,
Ko. 31 West Fourth Street, Ciocinnan, ohm.
II. XI. RIAai.I tieu'i Af!iil.
Losses ocmrrlng at this Agency, under poh
eies issued lor the Phoenix, will be adjusted tad
paid here in bankable funds.
Policies issued promptly by
Ofllrc No. l' Madison Stmt.
UP STAIRS, -
Entrance on FVont Street
1 1ST SURE
LINDSEY tt VREDENBURGilI
Uosxts roa ibs roLLowiss riasr-OLass
Home Insurance Co,
OF NEW YORK.
2 Security Insurance Co.
OF NEW YORK. .
1AR'T!KS DEBIRTNO INSITRANCK.
eiiaer Fue, Marine or Hull, would do well
(ie can upon (
LINDSEY 4 VREDENBURQH
Before effecting Insurance elsewhere. -
ISo. 11 Mmliisou Htreet,
let ""in tip Starrs, MempMa, Tfnn.
WM. P. PAYNB.
Office, Northwest corner Second and
Monroe 8ta up stairs.
ORDERS FOR HOUSE 6ERVA5T8,
Plantation Help. Mill Heads. Wood Chop
pers, tc promptly ailed,
Kmplorment Obtained for evil
u u wiit., '.InllN VRIIR.
nuli'.'u a 1' V V . VartnnrlVnr AmrUita. (In.
uo. r. mootks, late Gordon Jc Kootes, St Louis.
WHITE, KEKB s& KOOTEN,
General Commission and Forward
T0. m MAIN ST.,' (GAYOSO BLOCK).
XN Memphis, Tenn, Consignments of tot
Ion, Provisions, Produce,' etc., solicited, nnd
orders promptly nlleii. u;i-..ra
.0CggTT. g. C. stKKLY.
PUCKETT & NEELY,
Cotton Factor and CJciicihI
NO. S83 FRONT STIII'.KT,
T IBERAL CASH ADVANCES MADE ON
J Cotton and other produce consigned to us
(or sale or shipment. au2l-3m
g. L.ORAT, '' J. a. wish, . ,
Memphis, Tenn: Late of Virginia.
GRAY it IV INN,
Storage, . Produce,
:- -,- -Ao- '
'" Office and Salesroom,
No.' 7 Waeihinartcm Street,
One door east ot Ji rout Street.
Cotton Shed and Warehouse. TITUS BTJILD
T ING. foetof JixohaueeStreet,
Memphis. - - -"- tenn.
otr warehouse being ' situated
on the Levee, ofTers Superior Facilities to
Shippers. Orders solicited. -' ou)H-3m
0. C FASTKB. , B. rRANK HaBBKBT,
Late Vernon, Partes i Clay. Memphis, Tenn.
PAUTEE at niRBEKT,
Cotton and Tobacco Factors
General Commisfiion Merchants,
(Bet. Mais and Front,)
' jj hrlt:- , ' I' '
("(ASH ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGN'
J meats. Bagging, Rope and Supplies fur
TH. K. ALLKX, JAS. M. Al.l.SN,
Memphis. ' ' New Orloann.
T. H. & J. M. ALLEN,
(Suceeasors to Robson It Allen.)
Established in IKJ1.
No. 103 Common Mroel.
THO. H. ALLEN & CO.,
No. 200 Front Street,
sulft-lml MEMPHIS. t
W. U STSWAST. M. D. VKRIWKTHB,
Late Stewart k King. Lato Meriwctlier.Funle
ACo., Jackson, Tenn.
M. 9. l. srgVABT, Late of Kuleigh.
Stewart, Meriwctber k Co.,
COTTON '. FACTORS,
No. 17 Madison Street,
B. M. BLACK. JAMEK WHITE.
Memphis, Tenn. Late Mnysville, Ky.
O.U.I.'AMKON, Late Jlnysville, Ky.
IJLACK, AMKOX A CO,,
Produce and Commission
Charleston Avenue, ceBr M. A C. R. U. Depot.
' " ' i
CI0NSIONMENTS SOLICITED. PROMPT
i attention given to all hujineiis entruted to
our care, and orders for Provender and Planta
tion Supplies filled ut shortest notice and at
lowest rates. All orders left at iC! Front street
will be promptly attended to. jy2S-3ui
M . C. CAYCE,
Comraission , Merchant,
RE AIi ESTATE IIISOKEIt,
Oayoso Block, 396 Main St.
OTRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO T1TE
O sale of Merchandiiie, tihoesnnd Uoots, liati,
stock of all kinds. In short everything from a
needle to a steamboat,
" Liberal advances made on all consign
ments when desired.
Quick sales and prompt payments ?hall con
tinue to be my motto.
Kitensive rooms for furnituro and storage.
Look sharp I i,5'":il4
H IL OA, WUIUHT efc C O.,
No. 3 Promenade Street,
... Corner Jefferson St.,
roa thi sale or
Flour, ;Bacon, Pork, Corn, Oats, Usy,
Also, Lime, (ratrnt, Fluster, Ar.
AMPLE STOCKS OF THE ABOVE All
udes always on band. Orders promptly at
tended to. Je-.im
EX. NOBTON, I T. J. f-I.AIIUIlTF.R,
Late of Padncab. I Late ot St. Louis.
B. H. Wi?oo. i ,
Late of Clarksville, Tenn.
NORTON, SLAl'GITTES & CO.,
Cotton and Tobacco Factor,
General I'onimishlon Merchants
40 Broad Street, New Tork.
C M. Farmer, Correapondeni.
E MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCES 0
consignments ot iotun.
REFERRNCE3 IN MEMPHIS.
I. B. Kirtland. Hill A Co.. Banker.
W. C. MeClure, Cashier Bank ol MampbU.
J. W. Page, Cashier Commercial Lank.
George W. Trotter, Cutton Kartur.
V B. A. Goodwyn, Cottoa Factar.
Benj. Babb. Cotton Factur.
Coronaa, Taussig Co., Cottoa Factors.