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THE MEkPHIfci JJ.1V APPEAL. MONDAY, JUISTE 1. 1870. ANNOUNCEMENTS. JUDGE SUPREME COURT MID. DIV. CDOE SUPREME OOCRT MIDDLE DIVI .1 stoK.-Wesrf authorised to announce Y. TURNKY as a candidate for Judge of the iu- erne Court from the Middle PI vljlonmM J UDOE SUPREME COURT EAST. DIV. Trrariic SUPREME COURT KABTERN Dl . on -In resnsVto the published cal 2 ZSSSSS the Bar in varlnu. MuMesaf of the supreme lunuuri.v. 1 , J.asl Tennessee, ana numi-r.m "",7 .. friends. I hereby announce mself ...ndidate for the Bench t .mrt of th w pKADKICK. uDGE SUPREME COURT EASTERN 1)1 .1 vision -We arc authorised and requested I. , announce Hon. T. A. It NELSON as a can Mate for Supreme tourt Judge from Hie I ,m ern Division. The election is to be held - the flrsl Thursday In August : and two judges from each of the three ulvUlons of ti e State are to be steeled mja U1H.E SUPREME COURT EASTERN I.I .I vision.- to the Voter, of Trnneuee Il cVdldate from the Extern Division f or Judge of the supreme Coun of the: U te of T.uneasee, and request vourvotea a, the ..ertion m August hg'&aT.lt as. 1Mb May, 1870. HE- DOE SUPREME COURT WEST. DIV. I EDGE SUPREME COURT WESTERN DI .1 vi on -We are authorlE-d to announce tho" J FREEMAN as a candidate for Judge tb. supreme Court for the Western Div-,. ;on. Election August 4. I87U. lUTHiK SUPREME COURT WF.STr.KM 11 .1 viio We are authorised to announce J. W IXX'HRAN. of Troy, OMaa county. Tenn!. us a candidate for Judge or the Su preme Court from ttie Western Dlvlalon. TnDOK BOPRBME OOWHX WBWTK '.KN DI .1 vision -The friends of Hon. JOHN L. T KSEKD of Fayette county, are authorised by him to present his name to the people oi T. nnessee as a candidate for Judge of the ., ..., ,,.. l.inrl lor ine v wwi " 1 i., lion August 4,1870. JL11 I I 15TH JUDICIAL CIRC'T t TTORNslY-GENERAL OK THE FIF A Tt rvTH IrDICIAL t lRCrlT.-lu response to the lUtu-nng assurances of support which ,,L tendered lo me, I hereby announce . ..L!,. l,.n.it lor re-eleclion to the .Ace of Attorney-General of the Fifteenth judicial Circuit- Election first Thursday in August next. WALKER WOOD. T R JUDOE 15th JUDICIAL CIRCOT. ttrOOa 15tb JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.-At the J request of a respectable portion o f t he bar and of the people of the fifteenth Judi cial' Circuit, I announce myself a candidate T'r Judge of that Circuit. The e ection 1s t.. I e held on the first Thursday, being the 4lh clay of August next. ISAAC W. BTFFI.r.. WANTS. .nnn 711"' JKA men tft TllOW ft Till S.lOVe) I rUTSZ H.r.nri hoard: 12 10 llW, WMhl mains w ,,, e. ,K n,t " . month 4 mencooks. s I pastry cook. 2 " .." " - of anv kind, would do well to call at the only Intelligence office of WM. DARDIS.IBJenerson streeu .'.iovc'tov nfHo .n Madam Vin- Tent Block, corner East Court uud Second Jell . nrr . a rvwa- Washer and Ironer. I ai.r, iinmlNniw. Apply to MITCHELL, HOFFMAN A CO.. 3Ub Main street. Jell PAINTER A No. 1 Carriage Painter. Good wages and permanent employment given. Apply tO W. t- MlUr.o., uu;i, Miss. Mlt'er wants a r K(iiition in some good mill; ear come ITU ATI ON A practical Address Box 1. Xenla, fjell) Q.W.RI LE i rrWU MOLDERH-At Tannock Foundry, I Huntsville, Alaima. well re-immeit4ieI "lav eounty. 111. jell. make from ft to tli per day ; apply at A. TANNOCK CO, good men FOR RENT. ROOMS -We have vacnt -four nice front rooms which we offer to gentlemen and their wives on reasonable term.- Commercial Hotel. Jel2 H OOSK No 56 Linden street. Appeal omce. Inquire at Jell FOR SALE. RESIDENCE A beautiful residence. No. 231 Monroe, near Wellington. Inquire at HTEEVER-S. corner Madn.is.nd -IOUSE AND LOT-That heautilu' resi I dence. Ko.TS, IrontlngSO feet on Linden Mreet is for sale on easy terms. Apply to i H A-. R. BUCHANAN. 12t Vance at. Jell MOOSE For sale cheap, the well improved double House, Nos.Mand 55 Avery stre.t, northwest eorne'of EDIott Apply at office of Si ulhern I.'fe Insurance Company, No. 2s Main street, up stairs. )e" w AND My place of eleven acres of choice Ij Land, all under cultivation, with a va riety of choice fruit trees, situated on I nion avenue, t miles from Court Square, and opposite Hie r.ideuce of W. H. Clierrv. Esq. The lmprovemenu consist of a Dili Frame House of six rooms antt a nan; aojoiiiiii are kitchen and servants' rooms, carriage Ijonse st.ihies and store-houses For terms apply to M.W. KENNr Y. my"2U Tarpaulin Depot, on the Levee. LOST -REWARD. THIMBLE -On Poplar atreet. between Third and Fourth, a Oold Thimble, marked " S. W. F.," for which the finder will be rewarded by sending it t. the Appeal omce. J TAKEN UP. which the owner m I l line lisv mare. y can have by proving pn.perty and pay- lng charges. jeio O'lMINNEI.L. Chief of Police. ROOMS AND BOARD. Coobran Ball, FIRST-CL ASS DA Y-BOAKDINU HOUSE. Terms. W per week per month. Kept bv the tamoui BCHADE. No. ISii-lM Main street. inylz RAILROAD TIME TABLES MEMPHIS AND LITTLE ROCK RAILROAD. on and after May . lsTC, trains will run daily tfundays excepted!. as follows: Arrives. Leaves. Hopefleld .) p.m. T.;. a.m. Langullle OMiJk I 1.00 p.m. Ferrylioat will leave wharfboat, foot of Union street, dally at 7 am R D. WILLIAMS, General Agent and Superlutendcnt. B. P. Robson, Aas't Sup't. and we were not disappointed. There were many passages of rare beauty and eloquence, and the whole was admir ably suited to the ocaasion and the au dience. At 275 Main street, W. C. Byrd, suc cessor to Merriman, Byrd A Co., is sell ing watches, jewelry, diamonds and sil verware at reduced prices. This old established, fair-dealing house receives all the latest styles of goods and sells at the lowest prices. The oyster season is definitely over, in despite of the late cold snap, and tine lunches are becoming the order of the day in first-class bar-rooms. Mr. Vincent Hotto. reooenir.ing this fact, sets a splen did lunch every morning, at the corner of asDington anu r roni (ntuisiu inceni old place i, from ten till twelve. The aaine good liquors, tine cigars, etc., as of old, always to be found at the bar. We are informed that there are now in tuecity of Memphis, and in use, three hundred and eighty soda fountains. These are supplied with soda from nine genera tors, which are the property of four per sons. By the word fountain we mean what is technically so called not the stand. One stand frequently uses six or eight, or even ten. founts a day. We have tried the soda of a great many of the various stands around town, and hnd those charged by Heinnch to be the best by far. Our friend George W. Miller, whilom of the Capitol Saloon, Whisky Chute, has, after an idle spell of a few weeks, again gone into harness, and again stands behind the bar the dispenser of everything good in the liquor line this time, however, at No. 17 Monroe street, opposite the Pea lKdy Hotel. Mr. Miller has bought into not"onlv one of the very best, but the most elegant stand in the city. It is needless to say to tbqse who know him, that he will alwavs have behind his bar the heat of everything that money, can buy in wines, liquors and cigars, all of which will Deserved out ty tne mosi ac complished aad polite of barkeepers. TheSt. Louis Times takes occasion to criticise in the interest ofSpaulding, Mc Ionough A Bid well, the lessees of the Memphis Theater, a theatrical notice which appeared in the Appeal at the close of the suasou. They might as well criticise any other local adrertitement, which appears in our columns, for the said so- called critique was written by the acting manager and printed at his urgent solicitation (as we suppose was the criti cism in the St. Louis 3tns). As to the tling at the Appf.ai. laudation of the can can, the present managing editor of the Times, whilom of the Avalanche, knows that while he gave it daily glowing no tices, the Appeal was the only paper that dared denounce it as too filthy for any stage or any place. The brilliant sketch writer of the A valanche don't seem to be as well posted about all that be writes of, as about the Variety girls as we opine our Oerman friends, whose gardens he denominates monstrocities, will show him. We had occasion, during several years residence in Germany and France, frequently to visit the public gardens, and we confess that we not only never saw anything monstrous or criminal (as the said sketch writer alleges) in one of them; but we de clare that the pleasantest, most innocent and delightful recollections of a residence of manv years, are those of hours spent there. The beer gardens (those 'monstrosi ties' according to the Avalanche man) of Germany are the open-air resorts of the entire population during the summer months, and there the true Oerman char acter develops itself to a stranger. We hope ourGerman population will properly resent this insult. We are informed that a Steamboat Passenger Agents' Convention will con vene in this city in a few days. This con vention has been called together for the purpose of forming some general plan lor : r... Vwitrae nnilotinn of the traVfllDV rtlltsi lie. and for their comfort and convenience while traveling on the steamboats run uinir on the western and southern wa ters. The delegates to this convention will be composed ot steamboat and steam ship passenger agents from the north, south, east and west. The gentlemen who compose the fraternity of passenger agents for steamboats and steamships throughout the l nited Mates antt (ana da. are thorouirb-eoing business men, whose aim and ambition are, to secure tne uirkest transit for their passengers, and at the same time give them all the com forts thev can under the circumstances; and we fully believe that this proposed convention will frame some plan by which the desired ends may be answered. They are all practical business men, and in this instance we have no hesitation in saying tbey mean business. We make the following extracts from a private letter dated Pine Bluff, Ark.. Juue oth. From it, it will be seen that manager R. W. Younge, with his Mem phis troupe, are doing well in Arkansas: "We were, as you have no doubt heard by this time, a long time on the passage. We arrived here Friday noon, and found that manager Nelson", with his usual energy, had notting ready for the open ing; we, however, overcame all difficul ties, and opened last night to f ill 50. The periormances and performers were a genuine success, notwithstanding many counteracting influences. We are prom ised a tine house to-morrow night, and I have every hops the visit will turn out tolerably successful, in a commercial point of view. Now with regard to Miss Anna Maria (juinn. She quite astonished me. She stepped out of herself, and gave such a performance of Maritana as ouly needs repetition to Is equal to the require ments of any theater. It possessed soft ness, energy, feeling, force and capital conception. In short it was a thoroughly natural representation of the enthusias tic, ambitious, warm-hearted dancing girl, and every indication warrants me in s tying that a few days' practice will wip off the rust, and once in condition, I will enter her for the public popularity stakes, without any fear but that she will carry off all the honors. CHANGES IN RAILROAD TABLES. TIME Important Suggestions to Travelers. We published on Saturday a brief no tice of the contemplated changes in sched ules of the Railroads centering at Mem phis. The change, which took place yesterday, was a very important one, especially to those who contemplate a trip North or East during the summer, and deserves a more extonded notice. The Memphis and Louisville line, which has since its opening been considered the favorite route to the seaboard cities, has during the last year made large expendi tures in (improving their road and equip ment, and have reduced the running time on the new schedule to Bevf nteen noura and ten minutes from Mempala to Louis ville. There is a very large and constantly in creasing intercourse between the North ern and Eastern Siates and the Southwes tern States, embracing on one band In diana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Maryland, New York and the New England States, and containing the cities ol' Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Buffalo, Pitts burg, Baltimore. Washington, Philadel phia and New York; and on the other hand the States of Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisiana and Vexas, containing the cities of Nashville, Memphis, Vicksburg, Mobile, New Or leans, Galveston, etc. The great volume of through travel between these rich and populous sections of the country naturally seek the Louisville route, as affording in a greater degree than any other route, the advantages of directness, expedition and comfort. This has stimulated the managers, of the com peting lines leading from Louisville, to still greater efforts to secure their share of this through travel, by offericg greater at tractions, all of which inures to the bene fit of the traveler. Two routes now offer the i,d vanfage of elegant palace cars from Louisville to New York without change. Another route offers the advantage of broad-gauge cars, with only one change trom Louis ville to New S ork ; and another offers the privilege of visiting Washington City en route without extra ehargf. All of these routes offer what experienced travelers will appreciate, viz: good etiting-houses, regularity and certainty ot connections, smooth road-beds, aegant equipments, and quick time. It will be seen, from the table published below, that the train leaving Memphis at 1:15 p.m. roaches New York at 3 p.m., New York time, which is one hour faster than Memphis time. Deducting the differ ence in standard time leaves only 48 hours and 45 minutes actual running time. The traveler can dine to-day (Monday) in Memphis, and day aftei to-morrow ( Wednesday) in New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore or v astungton city. The table below gives the time of arri val at important points on the new sched ule, and the time required from Memphis in hours and minutes. LEAVE MfcMHHIS City Time- 4KW am. Railroad Time. 4:16 a.m. AKK1VK AT Louisville 10:15 p.m. Cluelnnati 5:00 a m. Indianapolis ... 8:40 a m. Cleveland 3:.fl! p.m. Buffalo 10:40 p m. Niagara Falls... 7:00 a.m. Pittsburg l:f) p m. Baltimore 9:00 a.m. Wash 'ton i lty. 1:00 p.m. Philadelphia.. a.m. New York 12:00 noon It is a fact not generally known that the distance and time rrorn Memphis to New York, via Louisville, is lass than from Cairo to New York via Chicago. The time and distance mm the two points are as follows: it . : . xt V 1 - I 1 J - v airo lo .lew iois, via '..uioago, uis tance 1264 miles; time 51 horn's. Memphis to New York, vi Louisville. distance 1229 miles; time 9 hours, 30 minutes. Passengers from points on the lower Mississippi, coming up the river by steamer, taking the train at Memphis will not only save a tedious and monoto nous ride of 24 to 36 hours by boat, but have fewer miles and fewer hours rail trayel to any of the eastern cities than from Cairo via Chicago. We are sure that the weary traveler, tiled of a lsng and tedious steamboat trip, will thank us for this information. Tickots via this line can be found at the office of the Memphis and Louisville railroad. No. . Mrt.ii street, where all information can be obtained. First grand picnic of the Societa di TJnione e Frattalanza Italians, at James' Park, to-morrow (Tuesday). Members ot the Association will meet at their hall on Front street, between Washington and Adams streets, at o'clock a.m. Line of march down Front to Adams, up Adams to Main, down Main to Be ale, down Beal e to DeSoto, down DeSoto to Vance, out Vance to the Park. OBDEB OF PBOCESSrON. Mutlc. Members of the Association. Triumphant Car. Marshal James Brixxolara, Esq. Assistant Marshal- A. B. Vaccaro. OKATOK or THE DAT. James Brixxolara. COMMITTEE OE ARBANOEIf ENTS. Louis Pocesta. R- BuchlgnanI, R. B. Zanoglla, James Brlzzolara, G. Gergettl. RECEPTION COMMITTEE. B. Vaccaro, P. C. Cuneo. F. Lncarlni, L. Brlenadella, John snurta, A. Ragclo. FLOOR H1NAU1B8. L. L. Caaslnelll, James Kopplano, Louts Lucirim, it. r,unni. OATE COMMITTEE. Dan Venturlnt, A. Pasha, A. Arata, James Bocglano, V. Bolto, L. PerpolL L. Mlcliellitti. O. Canapna. Tickets, admitting gentleman and la dies, one dollar. A. Kazzi. A. Devoto, Gold and silver stars, braids, fringes, etc , a complete assortment of these goods at T. W. JOHNSTON A CO.'S. Ask for the new style of India Twills and Figured Nainsooks, for walking suits something entirely new as SEES8KL & SON'S. BANKRUPT SALE, SOUTHERN PALACE Howell, Wood & Co. 'a stock, No. 332 Main street. Visit the Cheap Brothers. Tables of Menken RIVER NEWS. BOATS LEAVING THIS DAY. Arkansas River Tbos. H. Allen 5 p.m Bell Memphis . ...-.CITY of Cairo . ..5 p.m jb p.m si Louts. lcksburc ARRIVALS. Commercial Evansvllie Gen. Anderson -..Friar's Point 8t. Krancla Bt. Francis River Mollle McPlke -Arkansas River Allc Dean -New Orleans DEPARTURES. JBL Louis Cincinnati Mollle McPlke.. . Alice Dean St. Fracls IN PORT. T. H. Allen Gen. Anderson Time- l:li p.m. 1:30 p.m. fl:4D a.m. 17 lo L!:00 noon 21 30 11:20 am. 21 SO 10:25 p m. 32 &5 4:10 a.m. 38 40 : :00 a.m. 41 30 12:10 night X4 SO 12:10 p.m. 46 40 3:4) p.m. 50 10 12:21 p.m. 48 50 3:00 p.m. 411 30 TnE Great Remnant Sale Next Friday. B. Lowenstein A Bros, will offer next Friday an immense lot of remnants of Prints, Domestics, Muslins, White Goods, Linens, (41nghams, Dress Goods, Cassimeres, etc., etc. These goods will all le sold for half their value. We would, therefore, advise all those who can make use of remnants to be on hand ear ly Friday morning, at B. Lowenstein Bros. Messrs. Wilde. Collins A Co. have refitted the store at the corner of Main and Washington, lately occupied by RosennauiuaJiros., and nave opened a pur chasing, forwarding and commission house. Grocers' sundries and laundry supplies, exclusively wholesale. They are live men have come here to stay, and mcnfi business from the word go. iJusi ness intrusted to them will receive per sonal and prompt attention. TO H0USEKEEPERS OF MEMPHIS. Don't forget to ask for the Barnsley Linen Sheeting, which is selling below importers cost at SEESSEL A SON'S, Ladies, don't fail to look at oar Dress Goods this week; we shall offer great In ducements. First quality Waui9utta F. Y. Shirts made to order tor J6 per dozen. WIGGANS A THORN, 233 Main street. TO CITY AND COUNTRY MERCHANTS. Having determined to discontinue the Dry Goods business, we are offering our stock ot Hrv .oo,s. Hoots. Shoes antt Notions at net cash prices, payable No vember 1, 1870. This inducement is wor thy vour attention, as our stock is yet coiuxlete. Special inducements given to anv one wishing to buy stock and stand. J. H. Loewenstine A Bros., No. 211 Main street. Clay Building, Remember the number. If the grocery you trade at has not got Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder, you bad better buv of another than go with out it. One trial in making biscuit or cake will repay your trouble. GREAT SLAUGHTER Of Howell, Wood Co.'s stock at Bank rupt Sale, Southern Palace. Great sacri fice in Lace Points. SUPREME COURT. Proceedings froi i June 6th to Junn llth. Inclusive. A Ol'Estion in Many Hom es. The fine times when we could all live on the fat of the land have gone by, perhaps never to return. Ol late the question now to ob tain the largest amount of wholesome, palatable nourishment at the lowest pos sible price, has been earnest ly discussed in thousands of American homes. The introduction of Sea Moss Parine as a national food staple, solves that problem. From no other article under the sun can the same amount of delicious fare be ob tained for the same cost. The custards, charlottes, jellies, puddings, etc., made from it are "fit for Juno when she ban quets;" and as a clarifier for refining cider antt other fermented potables, it has no equal. The Sea Moss Farine Co., who own the patent for the article, have thci central depot at 53 Park Placf-. New York and within twelve months they have es taoiinoeu a nusiness ot immense magni tuue and importance. Visit the Cheap Tables of Menken Brothers. Attend the great reduction sale at B. Lowenstein aY Bro.s' this week. Half-dozen first quality Wamsutta F. Y. Shirts made to order for 118. WIGGANS Jt THORN, 13 Main street. rivers, weather and business. The rise at this point has about closed, and in a day or two the decline will set in. Our dispatches give the latest news from all points. The weather cleared up yesterday, but it was cloudy toward night and more rain was threatened, ar TKLEMRAPH. Cairo, III., June tt, Port List -Belle Memphis, St. Louis to Memphis, 10 p.m. ; Colorado, Vicksburg to St. Louis, 2 a.m. ; W. R. Curtis, New Orleans to Cincinnati ; Leonidas, Cincinnati to New Orleans; City of Cairo, St. Louis to Vicksburg, 4 p.m.; Grand Tower, Memphis to St. Louis, 6 p.m.; Cherokee, Cincinnati to New Orleans, 6 p.m.; Continental, New Orleans to St. Louis, 6 p.m.: St. .1 q n, St. Louis to Memphis, 7 p.m.; Kate Rob inson, St. Louis to Cincinnati, 7 p.m. ; Richmond, St. Louis to New Orleans, 7 p.m. River fell 11 inches. Weather cloudy; mercury 62. Louisville, June 12. ArrivedRobert Burns, from Cincinnati; Edinbar, from New Orleans. Departed Robert Burns, lor Memphis; Edinburg, for Cincinnati. River stationary ; 5 feet in the canal and 3 feet in the chute. Rain fell constantly from 10 o'clock last night until 6 o'clock this afternoon. It is now clearing off. The mercury is ranging from 5 to 62. Cincinnati, June 12. The river has fallen 2 inches, with 11 teet linch in the channel. A ateady rain has fallen during the day. Arrived Thomas F. Eckbert, from New Orlesns. St. Louis, June 12. Arrived: Belle Memphis, from Memphis. Departed: Mohawk and barges, for New Orleans. The river is still failing. Weather alter nately clear, cloudy and cool, with slight showers this afternoon. MISCELLANEOUS. The Commercial came in from Evans ville and goes into retirement. There is not business enough in the trade to justify. The Alice Dean passed up yesterday. She added two hundred and thirty bales of cotton here. The Mollle McPike arrived from the Arkansas yesterday. She laid over here several hours to clean out her boilers. The City of Cairo, Captain James F. Luker, will pass down to-day for Vicks bnrg and the bends. - She carries the Uni ted States mail. Charles P. Hough is chief clerk. The Belle Memphis, Csptain John Crane, will back out to-day for Cairo and St. Louis. She connects with the trains north and east. Billy Blenker and Clem N anion are her clerks. 'lheSt. Francis will, as usual, get away tor all landings on the St. Francis river to-morrow, lorn bowm:m is mailer. The Dee Arc, Captain William Elliot leaves to-morrow tor all landings wmie river, lip and Artbur rieid her clerks. The chief mackerel our cotetnporerv of the Avalanche went fishing on Satur day. He was not a success as a fisherman, but be caugbt a ducking, hum, in conse quence, was wrapped up in darnel blank ets, etc., all day yesterday. a Inere are several steamboat clerks a town out of employment. Thev talk of building a boat on the co-operation plan. and will do so at an early dav no doubt. The U. S. mail packet Thus. H. Allen will back out this evening for Pine Bluti, Little Rock and all wav landings on the Arkansas. She connects with the pack ets for Fort Smith. Ed Nowland com mands and Messrs. Morrisou and Wad- dell are her chief clerks. The Richmond will be due from St. Louis in a day or two. The Rubicon, from Vicksburg to St. Louis, no doubt passed tip during the night. Iheatoma, Indiana and lireat Repub lic are all due to-day from New Orleans. The Natoma will lay over here until to morrow, when she will get away at 5 p.m. for Cincinnati . The towboat Bee and barges passed ud yesterday morning. INSURANCE. MASONIC MUTUAL Lif ; Assurance Association OF MEMPHIS. Co-operative and Purely Mutual Charter Perpetual Forever Exempt from all Taxes by the Laws of the State. 810,000 fox 810 1 EXPLANATION: S12 makes von a merabet of the Association 1. e. tlO for policy, s medical examination ree,and fl contingent fee, said 11 payable yearly. In advance, for office expenses. On the death of a member an assessment of S3 is levied on every sur viving member, which Is the amount paid to the widow or nenenciary oi the deceased member, thirty days being given to pay id the assessment of t'i after due notification. When the Association numbers several thou sand tbey will be classed according to ages, vis: All between the ages of 16 and !5 yean In one class, and all between 25 and 35 yean In another, and so on up to years, which is the limit; and every claw to be carried to 500 members, then each policy will be worth tlu.UUO. Until that time each policy will be worth double the number of dollars as there are members ot the class; and at the death ol a member the surviving members of hut class only are assessed the 12. The policy fee ot f 1(J, or the greater portion of It, is made a sinking fund to provide for the delinquen cies of members; and said fund tB loaned on Interest, tbe interest accruing therefrom, after defraying the expenses, coming back to the policy-holders aa dividends, Tbe advantage over ordinary Life Insurance Companies' are: No panic can break It; the fees are so small, anu repaired to be paid at such long Intervals, that any and every man can secure to his family a competency upon bis death. Phis Company Is not restricted to members ol the Masonic fraternitv. D. C TRADER, President H. M. RAtiAN, Secretary. H. O. TRADER, Treasurer. BOARD OK DIRECTORS: Hon. P. T. Scruggs, of Messrs. Scruggs A Duncan ; A. Vaccaro, of Messrs. A. Vaccarc A Co.; J S. Stanton, of Stanton A Moors; A. Hatchett,, of Knsby A Hatcbett; Kd. Pick etLlr., attorney-at-law, S3 L'uion street. W. k BODOJBS. M D. Medical Examiner: Office. No. M Madliwi atreat. ap d w s THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY FIRE AND MARINE Insurance Oompa y of Memphis. CAPITAL, : : $300,000 00 REVOLUTION DOLLAR STORE. GREAT Closing Out AT THE F. S. DAVIS, : : JOHN R. STEBBINS, W. J. LITTLEJOMN, : : : : President, Vice President. Assistant Secretary DIRECTORS: K. S. Davis President FirstNational Bank L. M. Wolcott BSNJ. ElSEKAS J. W. JarrxKsoN N. COBOXSA P. M. Mahax Thomas R. Smith... N. Mkmkkx Jacob Kkikiiman Wolcott, Smith A Co. Rice, stix Co. I. W. Jefferson A Co. N. Coronna A Co. Toof, Phillips Co. Smith A Stephens. Menken Bros. .Friedman Bros, HAIR RESTORATIVES. TnE largest stock of Lace Points in tbe city, and it is our determination to close them out reeardless ofrjt. A. SEESSKL A SON. Ladiks' Chemises and Skirts at the sale ot Menken Brothers BANKRUPT SALE, SOUTHERN PALACE No. 332 Main street, (tents' Linen Shirts, L udershirts and Drawers. Children's Pqiues, Bufl', Linen and Victoria Lawn Suits below New York cost. SEESS15L A SON. BARGAINS. MKMPHIS AND CHARLESTON R.R. Change of lime, taking effect Hnndsy, June 12. Arrives. leaves. Mall XJX) p.m. I 10 45 a m .Junction acci in 8 15a.m. I 630 p.m Homervllle accom U.15 a.m. i .J p.m Freight (with oach at tached 7.J5p.m. .0ca.m Ticket office. 2T MiUn street, corner of South Court. MEMPHIS AND LOUISVILLE RAILROAD. Arrives. Leaves. lay Express 1.10 p.m. I 4.15 a.m. N laht J . x press 2.45 a.ra. ( 8.00 p.m. I'rownsville Acoom V 00 a-m. 5.00 p.m. ro-ei Imo- fifteen iiilnuieH favter t lian city 1. 1, l-iot at head or Main street, i "et orttce Main street, one door north ot Jeftersou. MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE RAILROAD Arrives. Leaves. N O. Fxpreas t t m. Express Mall 4.15 p.m. Iepot at foot of Main street. Ticket Office, 2CV, Main street, one door north of J,-Her son. LOCAL PARAGR.APH8. Best soda water. Heinrich, 224 Main. St. Charles Saloon all drinks 15cents Three card pictures for fifty cents at Armstrong's iem (iallery, 211 Main st. The usual amount of beer was drank yesterday at tbe sutiurban gardens, not withstanding the cold. Yesterday commenced dark, cold and lowering, but closed warm and bright. tVe hope for better weather henceforth. Madame-Vincent. No. 18 Union street, sets daily, at ten o'clock, the most sub stantial and at the same time recherche hot luuch. Merchants and others in the neighborhood should remember this fact. May of the readers of the Appeal will remember the burly, good natured. comical and gentlemanly agent of the l'atti troupe, Mr. J. C. Kreyer, who spent several days in our city last spring. A few weeks ago he suddenly disappeared, and great apprehension was felt for his safety. Advertisements being inserted in the New York papers for him, he was found a lew dav s ami at (' anaaiot v York, a raving' luoat.- . He is now' being carefully cared lor by his friends. We learn that Mr. Fred. A. Myers the well known billiard expert, has made a business arrangement with Mr. Mc Keogb, proprietor of the Peahody Bil liard Rooms, and after to-morrow will be found there. Mr. McKeos-b is having hi. splendid American tables cut down let tbe French carom size, and hereafter when any of our readers wish to exer cise on the light fantastic cue, and dis play his skill in the muter, masne, or any other shot a la Berger, all he has to do is to go to McKeogh's. The commencement sermon at tbe Stale Fen e College yesterday wii reached by Rev. Dr. Mater, of tbe fVe ey Methodist Episcopal church in this city. It was founded on the text, "Wis dom is the principal thing, therefore get wisdoui." We bad never before heard this eloquent divine, but his reputation Eddins vs. Hickman, affirmed. Waller vs. Parker, motion to dismiss appeal held under advisement. McWilliams et al. vs. Putnam, motion to discharge supersedeas overruled. Barnes et al. vs. Barnes, affirmed. State, by J. Dunlap, vs. Meadows et al., motion to dismiss appeal held under advisement. Keith vs. Carver, affirmed. Jones ot al. vs. McLeuiore A Thomas, ex'rs, affirmed. Taylor et al. vs. Studivant, affirmed. Moses et al. vs. Estis, use, etc., af firmed. Brantley vs. Sinclair and w ife, appeal dismissed. Parker vs. Britt et al., appeal dis missed. Wardlow, adm'r, vs. Steele et al., mo tion of complainant for a decree over against the defendant, and surety, for his api-eai, ior tne naiance ol tne purchase money alleged to be due in the cause, dis allowed. Allen vs. State, reversed aud remanded to tbe Circuit Court ol Uibson for a new trial. I vie vs. Apnerson, affirmed. Moody vs. Nunn, affirmed. Vaughn vs. Jones, Bond A Co., affirmed. Klyce vs. Origsby, Evans A Co , af firmed. Merchants' National Bank ol Memphis vs. Waggener et als., and same vs. same, writs of error issued. Colton vs. Bate etal., affirmed. Walt vs. Witherspoou et BL, affirmed. Bond vs. Capell, affirmed. S pence vs. Slate, atlirmod and defen dant discharged. Stewart vs State, affirmed and prisoner sent to penitentiary for two years and six uiuuiu. Woods vs. State, reversed and re manded to Criminal Court of Memphis. M unlock vs. M avor ami A l.-ri en fif Memphis, affirmed. Oppenheimer vs. Burnett, motion for rule against plaintiff, to satisfy security, disallowed. Nokea vs. State, abated. Suggett vs. State, plaintiff having es csped, capias issued. State vs. Meadows, appeal dismissed aud cause remanded. Reed and Mclntyre vs. State, affirmed. and sentenced for fifteen years imprisonment. Henry vb. State, affirmed and sentenced for ten years. MurpnvvN. Mate, order for prisoner s appearance in Court at the 'trial ol the cause. Bolton vs. State, same order. Harris vs. State, same order. ( 'rose vs. Stale, same order. Tbe greater part of the aboye recited civil causes affirmed, because tbe appeals therein were taken for delay. In the case of Murdock vs. Mayor and Aldermen of Memphis, Judge Andrews delivered an able, lengthy and elaborate opinion. A dissenting opinion by Judge Hawkins. The case was of much im portance, involving a large amount ot city property in Memphis, known as the " Navy Yard." The Court is disposing of Appeals in criminal cases with rapidity, and Willi soon dispatch all the Slate cases on the docket. Ladies' Hose at 10c, worth 25c. Table Linen at 40c, worth 75c. Irish Linen at 35c, worth 5)c. Nainsooks, Swisses, Towels, Doylies anu iress uooos ai ew l ork cost, at K, !. Rosenstiel Co's., No. 31H Main st BROUn Baking Sods (genuine), 25 kegs, at Wilde, Collins A Cj.'s, 194 Main street. Makked down to Eastern cost Grena dities, Bereges, Llamas, Lenos, Japanese i mum, at a. skksski, a son s, REMEMBER THE GREAT BANKRUPT SALE Of Howell, Wood A Co.'s stock, at No. ui Aiam street. RfFFS, ceived at Ruffs, Ruffs, Ruffs, just re SEESSEL A SON'S. Messrs. B. Lowensteix Bros, in tend to make some extensive improve ments about their store next month, and are therefore compelled to reduce their immense stock ot staple and fancy dry gooas, notions, etc., etc. in order to In duce an early reduction B. Lowenstein A- Bros, have marked their entire stock down at greatly reduced prices; so their aiivertise nents can always be relied upon. We would advise all those in want of any dry goods, for either present or future use, not to fail and call at B. Lowenstein A Bros., whore thss- will be certain to find the best bargains to be had in the city. Lacnukv Supplies. Washing, wring ing, lluling and crimping machines, soap, starch, sad irons, wssbiug chrystal, etc., for sale by Wilde, Collins A Co., 1"4 Main street. A very large assortment of fans, cheap at T. W. JOHNSTON CO.'S. Ladies' Jet Jewelry Latest styles at J. KOESCHER'S JET PALACE. .S2H Main atreet. Job Locke. 236 'A Main street, alwavs has the latest papers from the principal cities. The Latest News may always be had at joe Locke's News Stand, aati; Main street. Stationery of every description at Joe Locke's News Stand, 236 Main street. Attention, Lahi. Just received, a new stock of Jet Jewelry, the most beau tiful pattern shown in Memphis. Also, an assortment ot large Crosses, at J. KOESCHER'S JET PALACE, 328 Main street. . New Discovery ! ! Phalo VIT I A OR, Gold and Ivory-handled Fans of every color and description at, SEESSEL A SON'S. a sao- Lace Shawls aud Silk Saques at mice, at B. Lowenstein A Bros. Ponoek and Serge Parasols, lined with evory color, large sizes, at SEESSEL A SON'S. Salvafion for the Haii. CLEAR AViyATER! WlTHONtSEDIMENT ! ! OPENraaJHE LIGHT ! 1 1 J. W. Dickinson... Dickinson, Williams A Co. O. H. Jcdau. Walker Bros. A Co H. M. I.okwensti.ne.J. B.Loewetist ine A Bros. J. T. Fakuason - Fargaaon A Clay. at. Bowling Milam, Bowling A Co, W. P.Proc-.fit Dav 4 ProudflL T. B. Dillard - Dl I lard, Plnson A Co. J. J. Murphy President Memphis Bank. John R. Stisbins, ThosCocks, F. W. - m ; h asMi r SWEET QUININE till EllISCRt Replaces the use of the BITTF.R 81'LPH ATE (IUIN1NF.. with which aU are Cam illar. v Dose for duse, it la Warranted fuliy equal in every way to Bit ter Quinine. AND, LIEE IT, IS THE ONC GREAT, POSITIVE AND UNFAILING CURE For all Diseases of Malarious Origin. Feveb ami Aora, Intermittent Fever. Chill Fever, Remittent Fever, BiLiors Fever. . DuMBAQrjaaj and tbe long train of disorders lollowtH these when neglected. V awKET Qvnrm Is made xVfr rrom Peruvian Bark (so Is Bitter ti-:inlue .tdereiore is of Vegetable origin, and not a mineral poison, but on the contrary Is proved to be one of the elements tounu In the Mass of all healthy persons. SWEET QV1S1NM Acts as an tttit&ute to, as well as a cure for, malarial or miasmatic wuo, the absorption of which by tbe lungs, causes Intermittent Fe vers, etc. The only advantage claimed for SWEET QUIXIXE Overtbe use of old Bitter (Quinine Ii the en tire absence of that interne, persistent bitterness, which in i he latter Is an insurmountable ob stacle to its use with most persons, and al ways with children. SWEET QVIXIXB Is In two form-. in Pme,ter. forthe nse of nhv- stcians and druggists, and Fluid, tor use In tne iatnny anu lor the general public. Revolution Dollar Store No. 213 MAIN STREET. Entire Stock of Goods MUST BE SOLD Previous to June 15th We are Selling Goods for ONE-THIRD THE PRICP ASKED ELSEWHERE. An Examination of our Stock will prove the assertion. I-The Revolution Dollar Store will re-open on or about September 1, 1870L jel AMUSEMENTS. BROOM'S OPERA HOUSE (Jefferson Street, near Main.) Chas. R. H. Brook Lessee and Proprietor KtiiRNE F. Uorman Acting stage Manager Prof. Frank Arnold ...Leader of Orchestra ST THIS STANDARD VARIETY THEA TER Is open the year round with a powerful and talented corps of male and female art ists, presenting each evening a programme replete with music, niirtn anu melody. A'lmlNPion. 2c; Private Biitw. ti. ap'-T Trimmings. Novelties in these goods now being received. T. W, JOHNSTON fc CO. Joe Locke, 23tH Main street, has the largest variety ot Monthlies, Illustrated Weeklies and Dailies in the city. BANKRUPT SALE, SOUTHERN PALACE, No. x',2 Main street. House Furnishing Uoods at extra bargains. Visit the Cheap Brothers. Tables of Menken Reduction! Reduction!! Sweeping reduction this week Jit 11. Lowenstein A Bros. Chinese Grass Cloth, new buff color- very desirable and fashionable for ladies' suits and duters at SEESSEL A SON'S. DRESS GOODS, PARASOLS, Ladies' and Gents' Hosiery at extra bar gains at Bankrupt Sale, Southern Palace. Read B. Lowenstein A Bros.' verliseinent. new ad- St. Lons Home Journal Locke's. 236 J Main street. at Joe I ISeventv two cit v building lots at auc tion next Wednesday. Let everybody go and take a chance perhaps, if not the best ever before offered, the best that will ever be again. Wanted. A numbor.of first olaaa Hrr gooas salesmen. Aone nut experienced salesmen need apply at the bankrupt saie, aouinern r-aiace. On exhibition, those beautiful Colored Linen Dessert Cloths the design taken I from a painting bv Michael Anaelo, now In the possession of the Emperor ol the French to be seen in the show windows of A. SEESSEL A SON. BANKRUPT SALE, SOUTHERN PALACE, No. '33J Main etreet. Drv Goods. Buots and Shoes. Grenadine Silks and Ponlinaat a sac rifice, at B. Lowenstein A Bros. House-Keepino Goods. Sheetlnm ami Table Damasks at the sale of Menken Brothers. For Restoring to Grafair its Original Coori Phalon's "ViTALLViffers ut terly from all thjair coloring prej arationsieretotore used. It m Urrpid, sweet smelling, prec ufitates no muddy or slimy mater,requires noshaking,im parfc no stain to the skin. Hold it toVhe light and it is clear and ciouJess. It leaves no mark on the scato ; yet it reproduces in gray haiSkjnatural color that time or sickljj8fi may have bleached out ot it. tPhalon's Vitalu is for one sole purpose. Jftat of reproducingwith absolute cer tainty, the naturalfldfor ot" tlir hair. It is noifftended as a daily dressionorforremoving scurt or ylandruff ; nor for cu ring baJBness; nor for stimula ting tfc growth of the hair. Thesf objects may be accom plish! after the color has been fixed irhthe Vitalia, by Pha lon's (emical Hair Invieo- rator. 1 HE VITalTSc. a harmless an.d unequaled preparation for the reproduction of lie origi nal hue of gray hair,aid noth ing else. This is accomplished in from two to ten aaplicatioiu. according to thetth of shade required. SoJtTOyall druggists. Man STEARNS, FARR & CO.. anufaciurn'g Chemist), New York J Xotloe. AVING admitted H. G. Mil. I. Eft and HENRY THOMAS as warmers In oar firm, on the 1st nay of Jane. U70, tbe bnal- nea will be conducted hereafter under tbe name and style of 8choolfleld, Hananer A Go. W. W. aC'HOuLKIELD, LOUIS HANAt'EK, JACOB MANAI'EK. W. W. SCHOOLriELD, H. O MILLER. LOl IS H ANAI EK, UENBY THOMAS, JACOB HANADKK. Schoolfield, Hanauer & Co., WHOLESALE GROCERS, 256 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn. WE call the attention of Merchants to oar card, and to tne fact that after this date we Intend to do atrlcUy a Wholesale Grocery Business. We keep one ot the largest and best assorted stocks to be found In this city, and will make 11 Co the Interest or merchants to give us a can. Ie SCHOOLFIELD, HANAUER A CO. STEAMBOAT FOR WHITE RIVER. Memphis, White and Utile Red Kive- V. . Mail Tuesday Packet Kor Helena. Friars' Point. DeVall's Bluff, .Searcy. Augusta and Jackaonport; conutctlng al DeVall's Bluff with train lor Little Rock and Hot Springs. DE-t ABC ..Wm. Elliott, master. Iln place of Ltgal fenderj. Tills elegant and Ueet passenger t.-amer will leave aa above TUEWDAV. Hth insL. at Dm. ELLIOTT A MILLER. Agents. .;. frrouiepada atreet. opp. Landing. FOR ARKANSAS RIVER. Heatphla aad Arkansas River Packet Cea paoy United States Hall Line. for Helena. Friar's Polnt.Month While River. Plus Bluff, Little Rock, and mak-ng connections ior Hot Springs anil Fort -ruttii. Til o . Ed. Nowland . All O XX, ....master. This el i-jut ner v a:;.-- will leave sa aliove MONDAY, llth Inst., at 5 p.m. For freight or naiataas apply on board or at Company s office. No. I Ma-tlon bt . Stanton KaC JeU W. H. KK IiAY. Agent. FOR CINCINN I 'ai ro.Evmin- kfular Cincinnati Piwtci t vine, LAuyiinc uu iit-iuiiKii. Steamer NATOMA, James Worinao aiaster. Tills elegant slde-wtieel ps , get- steamer will leave as auov; 1TOWAY, Hth luat., at p.m. As no Cincinnati packet wi'l be here to leave before Friday next, the Natoma will re ceive cotton Monday and Tneaday at tool of Co"rt atreeu For freight or passage apply to W. II KK.NNfcD . Agent, e!2 No. i M j u-on -t . Stanton u . s FOR ST. L0UI& Memphis Mid St Louis U. S. Ma-i Lir.e For Osceola, Madrid, Hickman. Belmont and Cairo. Connec-.log al Belmont with the Iron Mountain K. R at Cairo with llllnoia entral R., and boats up the Ohio river. BELLE MEMPHIS. Crane, master This elegant passenger Hteamur . will leave as aooe MONDAY, Llth lust., at S p.m. Freight received at tbeSt. Louts Wharfboat. W. E. DILL. AgellL ieij n - ' . -.p't. FOR VICKSBURG. -For Called Wales Mail Line lor Vioksl.urg- Up-ua. Apoitou aim . s.'iuik. CITY OF CAIRO Luker. master This elegant paaaeuger packet - wrfJ will leave as above dflsiaaBBM MONDAY. 13tn InsL, at S p.m. Frttght received at the SL imla wtiartooat. W. K. DILL. Agent, jew flem t .i.v.:k . -u.'u FOR ST. FRANCIS RIVER. Memphis and St. Francis River Tu day Packet For Helena, Mariana. MaJlaon and Wiltsbn I Faaaaavai The new and elegant uidewheel Packet, SAINT FRANCIS, T. R. Bowman ViriLL leave Memphis tvr HEL V UNA, L'ANtiLiLLE anu ST.. FRANCIS RiVEKS every o'clock p.m. LARKY HARM S1A1 1 tS L i;a osr.y Block Acer's in Front Ro ARKANSAS RIVER LOTS. NOTICE. OFFICE Mskphis Cirr R. R. Co.. Memphis J Tenn., May 21, 1ST0. The annual election for Five Directors in the Memphis City R. B. ompany will be held at the office of the company, on tne 23d nay of June. 1870. at 3 o ciock p.m. imytsi - -it TWITS Terr DISSOLUTION. The copartnership heretofore existing between the undersigned. In the firm name of Davis & Htewart closeu by limitation on the first Instant. J. C. DAVIS, WM. R. STEWART. PHILLIPS & ST. JOHN, 1fc4wholesale Coal Merchants. No. 20 MADISON ST., aw The Cotton Brokerage and Commission Business will tie continued by the subscriber, under the firm of J. C. Davis A Co., at the office formerly occupied by the old firm, 276 Front atreet. J. c. DAVIH. June 1, 1870. JoS WALTKB M. PHILLIPS. DAVID L, ST. JOHK Memphis, : : : W The only Dealers eaol. ta : Tennessee. Mount Carbon ap4 NEW PinM, J. J. Bcsnv, late M. D. Johnson. Busby dt Hatcher. DeSoto county. Miss. L. II. Cok, Memphis, Tenn. BUSBY, JOHNSON & CO., COTTON FACTORS & COMMISSION Morclaantsi,, No. 274 Front St., Memphis, Tenn. Refer, by permission, to Merchants' SJa. tlonal Back. Oerman Nations; Bank. DeSoto nuns anu i lrst national Bank, Memphis; 8. it. mcaer. Hanker. Little Rock, Ark. le.t A Splendid Opening for Business ar I will dispose of my entire stock of Dry Ooods, Notloas, etc.. together with '.ha good will and flktaree, st a bargain, to any one disposed to engage In the wholesale bus- je2 BOB Main street. Memphis and Arkansas River Packet Conpaay. U. S. Mail Line. Iprlna; Arranscment The Elegant Passenger Packets THOS. H. ALLEN Reese PTttcnard, master MARY BOYD R. U F.aytes. master rrwr.rorra! Ed. Nowland, Master OZARK W. B. Nowtsnd, master Will LEAVE MEMPHIS EOS LITTLE F.ts K and all Intermediate landing-, cu MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS AND FRIDAYS, At 5 o'clock p.m.. Connecting at Little Rock for FORT SMITH and all Intermediate points with the new and very light-draft packets D ARDEN ELLE Dismnkes. master EORT GIBBON ...Engene smith, master FORT SMITH Barnett, master Also, making direct connpctloa at Little Rock for HlA BPRINUs wit n ui regular mail coaches. Freights consigned to this Lis at Mem phis ob Mouth or White Brrams yarded promptly to destination without c.Aarge for transit r. JOHN D. ADAMS, President. W. H. KENNEDAY, Agent, No. Madison St.. stmion BlorT ml- FOR FRIAR'8 POINT. Regular Memphis and Friar's Point frt Weekly O. a Mall PackeL fiEO. W. CHEEK, - Ge. Malane, naster This fine passenger steamer JJ, leaves Memphis every Tuesday. JT-aSSBK Thursday and Satubdat. al to clock p.m. For fretaht or passage appiyon hoard. aa-M TOWBOAT LITTLE ALPS rpoTIX'l and all work In her 1 line done witn uipaf lowest rates. Iave orders store, on levee: with Bllt y or apply on Iwmru to my 2 1 W. W. MATNi; t I i nrr i I Melletsh A Co., LT. '!-' WHITE A LITTLE RED RIVERS. Elliott's White and Little Red River Line. For Helena, Friar's Point, DeVall's Bind. Little Rock. Hot Springs, Augusta. Searcy, Des Arc and Jaeksouport. aa Tbe new splendid passenger steamers OES ARC OR lgal TENDER WESTERN METHODIST, FORMERLY Black, Iron and Silk Grenadine Shawls just received at SKESSEL A SON'S. Silvkr Mountain Soap, tbe brat clean ing soap in the world, by Wilde, Collins at tO. Peterson, Ballon and Pleasant Houra at Joe Locke'B, Si: t Main street. Read B. Lowenstein A Bro.s ' new advertisement. Lacks beautifully cleaned, and lace mantles stiffened and new finished, at B. A. Hollenberg's, 262 Second street. No. 1 Gravel Roofing done by Barthol omew A Allen, No. S West Court street. Cleanino of light clothes to norlectlon. and no danger of shrinkage, at B, A. Hol len berg's, 2t2 Second street. See advertisement of Dr. Butts' Iia- Eensary, headed. Book for tbe million I ARRIAQE GUIDE in another col umn, it should be read by all. PERSONAL. Dr. Duncan, ex-Mayor of Vicksbnrg, passed through our city yesterday on bis way south. C. Nourse, Ksq., of the Pho.nlx Life Insurance Companv, has been on a visit to our city. We are glad to record that Do hot be discouraged. If you have dyspepsia or any disease of the Liyer there is a long life of happiness before aa a pulpit orator led us to ejtpect some- I his health is very much better than on the I ynu, .vou only use Simmons' Liver i nvKutaiui, Office Memphis Cotton Press Co., ) No. 278 Front street, June IL '70. The Chickasaw Independent Mer chants' and Shippers' Presses will be closed during the balance of this season. Parties having cotton to compress will please send It to Charleston Press, as this press will remain open during tbe present season and guarantee entire satis faction to all parlies compressing. J NO. HUDSON, Secretary and Treasurer. Home Bitters are X.L.N T. Messrs. Wilde, Collins A Co., 124 Main street, have recently introduced a new bitters Into tbe market, and although bnt a abort time before the public, they are already on tbe lop wave of popularity. They are a cer tain preventive of fever and agne, in di gestion, dyspepsia, and are unequaled aa an invigorator and recuperant. No family should be without a bottle. filing better than ordinary discourses, ' occasion of bis former visit. Gentlemen's wear cleaned by a new process, avoiding that old destructive mode of scouring, at B. A. Hollenberg'a, 262 Second street . One hundred caaes of Brown A Hale'a premium axle grease.wholesale.by Wilde. Collins A Co. HALLS VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR jRenewer It will positively Restore firay Hair to Itt Original Color, aw It keeps the hair from falling out It is the best dressing In the world, making life less, stiff, braahy hair healthy, soft and glossy. For sals by all druggists. R. P. HALL A 00., Mash u, N. H.. Proprietors Memphis and Arkansas Christian Advocate. R. W. BLEW A CO Publishers. W. C. JOHNSON Kditor. Southern Methodist Newspaper PRESENT WEEKLY SSUE EXCEEDS 6000 COPIES First-class Medium for Advertisers Mississippi and Tennessee R. R Cja.:j"3-E our time. rlher notice, trains will run as fVS AM) S.FTER SUNDAY. JUNE 12, MN, r untu ii. r follows: New ( klfaxs Mail (dally) leaves Memphis at t2:Up.m , making direct connection Ior new i.rifHna ano nil points outn. Express (dally) leaves Memphis at l:S0 p.m. making direct connection tor ('orleevllle. Water Valley, uxiord, Uolly Springs, and all point north of Urenada on Mississippi Central Rj.il road. Trains arrive at MsKpni: New Or- le.-ui.-, .u.iii, ; :s p.m.; Kloren., :: a. m . K"r tickets aud information, apply at .01 3 -i 1 1. 1 . . ur ai ine I'.j.m. A. 8. LIVERMORt, Oen iSnn't. C. P. OAK LBY. en'l Ticket Agent. lelO 10,000 SACKS CORN. WE are rrwlttlng heavy shipments on every oat. Bellini; cheaoer than anv. HUDSON A MOORE. No 3, foot or Jefierson. body to the Uade. Mr BAVARIAN BITTERS! TRY THEM ! NONE BETTER mm ONE COPY, : TEN COPIES, $ 2 50 PER ANNUM : 20 00 PER ANNUM W. C. JOHNSON, : R.W. BLEW & CO, : Editor Publishers aP29 JEPPBTIHON MEMPHIS, TENN. ST., Insolvent Notice. HAVING suggested tbe insolvency of the estate of W. J. Somervell, deceased, I hereby give notice for all persoaa having claim against said estate to appear before the County Court Clerk ami Ale the line, authenticated In the manner prescribed by law, on or before the Hth day of December, 1870; and any claim not tiled on or before aid day or before an appropriation or the funds of said estate Is made, 111811 he forever barred, both In law and equity. R. J. BLACK, Adm'r. Memphis, June II, UTO. 113 HOFFHEIMER BROS., CINCINNATI, HEIMER & 6 R0 By- XjOttxs, SOLE PROPRIETORS. myl daw L Hoh Cotton Presses-Newel! Screws rp HE attention of Planters Is called to the 1 fact that we are the sole agents In this city for the Bale of this Justly celebrated screw for Cotton Presses. This Is no new or antrleu invention, bnt has been In ne for thirty years, and the demasd increases each year. There are now 1300 of them in use, and .i-t year not a single breakage was reported. We are prepared to All orders at mannrac tnrers' prices, with promptness, and would advise those wanting Presses to call and examine them, or aend for circular. ROBERTSON. BRUCE A CO., Jell aw Main atreet. Memphis. Tenn. BARRETT'S HAIR RESTORATIVE. FIRST PREMIUM OF A SILVER SiDiL A M BARRETT'S HAIR RESTORATIVE Fair, boideo in Suku. s-!pL JO, iMJJJJkT BAKRKTT8 Vegetable Hair Restorative BcMorv Qrav Hur to lu u.uraJ rular. a. tk MW th, grovU oi ta. Balr Bka A. aa "i. to (Mr iHalaal ornate . Knot. ST y Will leave Memphis for above points KVKKi iui?iUAi, ai o'clock p m. Leave Jackaonn DAY. at 9 o'clock a.ni.: le ai Hwturday on arrival or train. Hies.- -leameri tarry the U. S. Mall, niaklngclope c nnectbu at DeVall's BlufT wl!h train lor Little Rock, and at Jackaonport with Ukht dranght taiwer lor Upper Whl'e am! Riack Hlvera. ELLIOTT A MILLKR, Ageuts. ni? Promenade St., opp. Lantllng. Mempiiis and Arkansas River Packet Co. While River U S. ad Line. THE entirely new and magnifi cent side-wheel psK.ser.aer rket. bull: esrpresNiy ior me 'rane. P. WALT Iohh WoeDBnti. Master Will leave Memphis KVKRY S.VTURi'A Y, al 6 o'clock p.m., tor all polnta on White I.ivsk THROUGH TO JACKSOSFORT; aJSS), to WEST foiNT and sea bit on Little Kro Rivfk, connecting at i)BVAiJ.-B Bt-t-rr with Rail road for Little Kocg and Hot shisgh. con necting al Jackaonport with ateaini r Balex vllle for PoCAHOSTASand Intermediate point on Black River, and with steamer Argo for Bu'.esville. For freight or passage apply on kasardor at office of the Company, No. i Madi- rreet, Stanton Miocs. W. 11. Ivr... 1-1 1 A 1 . Alfeui. m m DaaSraaT aatt Hum tmaw JBa, . Hair ailUfM UOHfrwrt)rwu, AS imfk Itcuti-aiaa a. lafailaaa laarafiaata, ? -3 ThsPw . idoapost This Preparation nrpfe all others of its dawns a Hair Renewer. It iathoroush in iu action upon dray or FadeU Hair and it eff.-ct permanent. ft produce! bnt suae dial Inn shade, while others leave, the hair in many varied colon. It promotes growtai when others fail tors produce a single hair. It does not erlap or dry the hair, bst leaves it moi-it and rtaaiv Ladies find it superior to any other as a Toilet Dressing. The issredients used in this Preparation are ths very nest that can be found, and are as harni less water. LORD 3t SMITH, Proprietors. CBicaso. Ills. O. O. WAHD a HHO oleaale Agents, Memphis. arPor ale by all retail dr hall rlawaorl HOLLOWAY'S VERMIFUGE COlKECn 0MS TWENTY years experience has proved this the most popular remedy with phyl- clana ati-1 pareDts for those pests of child hood Worms. They sre pleaant to i;ke, H od alwaya eflectlve In explliioe the Worma and toning the system op to tta normal condition. Be'vare of coanfrfella and Imitations- The genuine have the signature of the proprietors on the wrapper of each iSTerTON. HOLLOWAY A cnWDEN, Philadelphia. ,Vo Cure.' -Vo Pay? HirtkeWs Tetter Ointment WILL, positively cure Tetter, Erysipelas Malt Rheum, Barber's Itch, Pimples, Blotches and all forms of Skin Disease; also Sore Kyea and Eye Lids, Discharges from tbe Ear, and Old Sores, no matter of how long standing, or the money returned by tne pro prletois. ...... . -n . . - ..... T ..11" . 1 - . .". . 11 .. J. ' M .1 n 1 w , at'LLU w A a at y v, i r , Philadelphia. Hold SO cents per box by all drugglaU. tsent b y anall for 6U cents. Cl suuntption PostUreiu Cured.' Upham's Fresh . Meat Curt 7 ILL cure Brnnchits, VY JLung Diseases sn-l f and at. ensthen and boild Its h esh hy condition. This has been tested by Prof, l roaeeau In, Two Tbgusand cases In the hospitals of Parts, in which It cured nearly ever.'." case, and In this country by the approbation of the physician many hOLelas cases have be n restore! to health. One bot tle will prove its efficaoy. Bold SI 00 per bot tle, or six for 15 0U. JOHNSTON. HOI JjOWA T A COWDJ5V, mv3)ecid Philadelphia- imptlon, sit ng of Blood, !. t .liiH'F.K.w Notice to Contractors. SEALED proposals win De received at tne Engineer's office, Memphis. Tennessee, nntil 12 m.on the 1st August, I7f. tor ths raduatlon. tnssnnry aua anperstrucmre oi rl'lees on the MiSuttSSii'ei River Railboad, between Covington and Ripley, about fifteen miles. A portion of the work Is heavy and worthy the attention ot aou tractors. Pro files and specifications can he seen at the En gineer a office, Vk' Main street, Memphis, on and afler Juue 8, 1870. TBOS. H. MILUNOTON, je2 Chief Eng. Mis. River R. R, Dry Goods Given Away! We wll! sell from June, the nth, 1870, Drr Goods so low that you must exclatm, ' Whv Vendlg Bros. A Co. are actually giving 'heir Uoods away:" Vou all know that Ooods havo decline.!, and we nrannae to aal (anorla with -h I... great decline. Look at our Price fast, and come at once and satisfy yourself that riere la no humbug about it: Marl Japanese Cloth reduced from X to 15 cents; Lace Points reduced from 110 to 16; Linen Towels, large slxe.rednced from 12 to f 1 25 per dosen ; Grenadine Berege reduced from to 10 cent ; Ladles Hose led need from 12 to 11 50 per dozen; Ladles' Shoes, best make, reduced from 35 fo ft SO: Fine Utraw Hals for Boya red nod from 75 to 6" cents; Children 8 Shoes reduced from tl 50 to II 0D; Nottingham rurtaini reduced ft-i im SO per pair to S4 per pair; Large Gingham Parasols reduced' from SI 50 to 75 cents; Bilk Parasols reduced from S3 SO to S: And the elegant and popular brand, Fruit of the Loom, yard wide, tine Bleached Doiueitlc VENDIB BROTHERS & CO.