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TBK MEMPHIS DAILY A. 'FEAIr-SATURDAY, JUNE 12, irf?5.
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In ordering papers changed from one postofllce to another, the names of both pohtofflces Hhould be Given. Wo solicit loiters and communications upon wiliJectH of Kin era 1 Interest, but such roust always be accompanied by a responsible name. We will not return rejected communications. All letters, communications, or anything else lor the Appeal, should not be addressed to and Individual connected with the offlce, but simply the AI'PKAL. Mrnphl. Tnn. FOR RENT OR SALE. FIANO-Flrst-class piano, new. Appy at once.at EMM KIT BANK. TO LOAN M ONEY-Jnqond security. fo n. A 1 dress tmmpdialflv. "J. C. S..' Appeal onlce. ONB DOLLAR FOR THE APPEAL Persons leaving the city for the country can have the DAIL1 APPEAL sent to them for one month, on sending to or leaving their name and address and One Dollar at our counting-room or for any time longer than that at llic same rates. LOCAL PAI1AUK&PH8. STRAYED OR STOLE N. HOUSE From Solomon Lane, colored, near Horn Lake, Mississippi, one bay horse, eleven years old. has a bare spot on bis left shoulder and liaiier burned on both hind feet. A suitable reward will be paid for his return U FOKTF.it. TAYLOR A CO. To EXCHANGE. IJROPERTY The valuable proiierty known as l lie Donono place, lor a .Mississippi riv- r cr bottom plantation. mvzu WM.M. SLEDGE. JR. STRAYED. MULE One dark-brown horse-niule, 8 or 9 years old, white spots on back. A suita ble reward will be paid for nls r6turn to Forter. Tavlor & Co. u6 PERrfOSTAIi. DR. ALFRED VOORH1E9 makes a hpeci alty of treating Eye and Ear Diseases. Office St3 Poplar street. mv29 FOR LEASE OR SALE. LOTS Situated on Madison and Court streets extended, in eighth ward, Preston's sub division. These crouuds are shaded by forest trees, and are In anelcliborhood unexception- ablygood. A rare opportunity is hero offered to tenants or purchasers. Price suited to the times, and terms to the convenience of appli cants. TREZEVANT & CO., rnyffi 19 Madison street. WANTS. The proprietors of Blount springs, Alabama, have our thanks for an invi tation to visit that famous watering place. It was the colored Odd-Fellows that turned out in procession on Thursday, and not the Masons, as wss stated in our report yesU-'day. The Sisters in charge of St. Agnes academy have our thanks for an invita tion to attend the commencement exer cises on Tuesday morning, the twenty second instant. The committee of invitation have our thanks for an "invite" to assist at the ceremonies incident to the dedica tion of the new Jewish temple at Jack son, Mississippi, which takes place on the twenty-fifth instant. The Helena World saya that "Jas. Vauhrocklyn, formerly an auctioneer in this city, shot and dangeously wounded a colored man last Monday night. We know none of tho particu lars; Vanbrocklyn is in jail." Van brocklyn was formerly an auctioneer, or horse-dealer, in this city, and removed from here to Helena. A Century After; or, Philadelphia and its surroundings, illustrated, is a superb pictorial exemplar of the advance in industry and the arts of the nation whose birth waifirst formally announced there in 1776. It will be completed in fifteen numbers, and should be in the bauds of every one who wishes to com prehend the almost magic wonders that a free people have wrought out from rude beginnings. Ve happened in at Goebel's green house on Second near Beale street yes terday, and saw in preparation by that princeof floral artists several ornamental designs that for beauty and exquisite taste eclipsed anything of the kind our eyes ever beheld. "We could get nothing out of Goebel as to who they were for, but our eyes were opened at the Opera house last night when we saw them pre sented to the young lady graduates of the fema'e b'fii -'chool. Goebel is cer tainly an ar'i;t in the science of horti culture. The Helena World thus rejoices at the prospect of an extra loaf for lunch during the coming season: "There's a good time a coming, boys. It is estima ted that five thousand acie3 of wheat are graving in old Phillips this season. This, with a moderate yield, will make fifteen thousand barrels of flour, which, with the cornmeal used, will about bread the county. It would look like business to see wheat in bulk by the car-load come into Helens, and after being ground, shipped off in barrels branded Arkansas mills." fctof Gounod's charming opera. "Me phittopheles the evil spirit of eternal negation forms a compiet with Dr Faust, giving him youth, riches and pleasure in exchange for his poor soul. Ho introduces Faust into a lively com pany of German students in Auerbsch'e wine cellar at Leipzig. Both being well received by the students, Mephialo pro poses to treat the jolly crowd with wine from his own cellars, whereto the stu dents eagerly agree. Mephisto procures a gimlet and bores holes into the tor -board of the table, from which flows the most delicious wine. The students who partake rather too freely of the dev il's vintage, becoming rather insulting against the two strangers, Mephisto transforms the wino Into liquid lire to the great horror and consternation of the students. This moment is the one chosen and admirably rendered by the ar tist. From tho center of the table the flame explodes, around which the students form a magnificent and telling groupe, while Mephisto, with a satanlc smile, enjoys the result of his devilish joke. To highten the effect, Mr. Arnold nas chosen for the students the portraits of our leading saloon-keepers, executed in excellent style, and easily to be re cognized. The painting will be on ex hibition next week in one of our leading stores on Main street. My object being only to direct the public attention to Mr. Arnold's excellent and beautiful painting, I commend my remarks to your kind indulgence. oudeus. ItELL COUKTY. The Crops "F.verjtblnir Looks Better tli!tii for Years" Corn, Cotton find Wheat A Base-Ball Contest. SAI!ATO(a. The IJotds, the Hntem nnd the Visitors Sew Orient!: tier rinnuclnl Aicent, Her Debt and the Pro posed I nncllDu Lottery t-tU int. Cities, Like Individ iinl., Slim Oo 1 IiroiiRh a Probation or Trlnl and Test 1 ho Karatogn Knees Harper anil IIIm Horse Longfellow. WfflSM WHBflT GOCHSAI, CIROBE & CO. 320 jEPXS.OlWa? TIEIJEl j&i'3?, TVT-CTTVy-gpTrT; ir- - 1 i Are now prepared with a full supply of sacks to furnish p?rsons shipping Wheat to tbli market for talo, or other marktts, through them. Consignments solicited and cash advances ul2 made. From an Occasional Correspondent.! Bell County, June 7. As we have had another refreshing shower that adds so much to "ye farmers' " interests, I must tell your many readers about it. Delightful weather this morning, but rather cool for the season. Corn might be said to be like Jonah's gourd; it has sprung up in a week's time with much life. Never did crops look better. Cot ton never looked more promising, as your occasional said; a few days since it was so vigorous that a cool spell or dis ease was not likely to affect it much, be ing full of the life fluid so necessary to its good health. Everything looks bet ter than they have for years at this sea son, being two weeks more forward than TVEUYBODY TO KNOW that they can jCi nave their oid uewing-aiscnines repaired al25SSeond street, by work warrantee!, West &. O'Keefe. All Jul2dtw N URSE White nureegirl at :W SECOA1J STREET. VARTNER A partner In a good paying I business An energetic man with S 150 or 200 can here secure a rare chance with a very small investment. Address JuI2 ENTERPRISE, A ppeal offlce. rpELEQRAPHY- Young ladles and gentle L men to ieatru telojrapliy. Night session (7 to 'J p.m.) commences Monday, June Htb. ji'erms reasonable. Call at 151 Main street. ("O0K-Woman to cook, wash and iron. j German or Swede preferred. Call at l'J2 Main street. Jull rpELKGRAPHING Young men and ladles JL to learn teiegraphy. Institute conducted under i-upervislon of It. Williams, who do votes his entire attention to teaching tbeart. tiuarantecssatlsiactlon in future claims and presents testimonial to substantiate that his instructions have been effectual and sails- factory In past. Address (or call) FacillcTele- graph, 151 Mainst., Mem-ibis, Tenn. JulO TJ OOMS Parties who can give the best of OA, references would like to rent a couple o; comfortably furnlcbed rooms within the city or suburbs. Private family preferred. Address with reference "E. C P.," Appeal office. rELKURAPHlNU indies and gentlemen JL to learn telegraphing. School conducted by employes of the Western Union Telegiaph company. For Information call at Western Union Telegraph oilice, 33 Madison street, or at the school r om, 354 Main street (up stairs), between 10 and 12 a.m.. 3 and 5, and 7 and 9 p.m. C! ERVANT8 Man and wife for general pur- O poses in as xall family. None but No. 1 A meeting of committees from the various Irish societies of the city was held at the hall of tho Irish Literary society last evening for the purpose of devising a plan by which means could be raised in aid of the proposed memo rial to the late John Mitchel. On mo tion of Colonel John D. Adams it was resolved "that a committee beappoint- eu, to oe composeu of two from eacu society represented, to arrange for a lec ture, reading or other entertainment, to be given on the night of the twenty third of June, in the New Memphis Theater, in aid of the -proposed memo rial." The committee is composed of Colonel John D. Adams and Mr. John Flaherty, from the Irish Literary socie ty; Captain Dennis Smith and Mr. John Lilly, from the Hibernian Mutual Belief association; Sergeant Haggerty and Mr. James E. Fox, from the Knights of Innisfail; and Mr. John Eussell and Lieutenant Rogers, from company A, Irish volunteers. It is expected Mr. Jefferson Davis will deliver the lecture. PEliSONAL. need apply to 293 MAIN ST. ORSE AND I5UUUY- To keep during the summer. Service llcht and tbe best care guaranteed. Address "Q,'- 26t Main street. EI.P A good steady white woman to do cnamuer-worK, at 470 main sr. fi H TTfT ANTED YO UK ATTENTION TO THE TT MEMPHIS AWNING MANUFACTO RY, SI Washington rt. Awnings of all styles made to order. Cabinet work and Furniture made and repaired, re-upholsterod, varnished, and packed for shipment. Carpets taken np, cleaned and relald. All work called for and de llvsred freo rr H. BtlTTKNBERQ. FOR RENT. HOUSE Furnished house, seven rooms. In good location on Tennesseo street. Will rent low to good tenant. Address J. B. ALDRICH, Appeal offlee, or call at 258 Second street. OUSE-Wlth six roo 1 s, in that lovely ley street. ju9 grove corner Brlnkley avenue and Haw- W. O. Apply to HOSK1NS 29fi Ilrlnkley avenue. STORE-HOUSE No. SS Main street, corner Madison. Apply to Oliver, Minnie & Co. HOUSE A house in first-class order and convenient to street crs. Will be rented on favorable terms to a first class tenant, Ap ply to T. J. McCarthy at E. G. Barnaby'g. "D EVIDENCE On the corner of Georgia and XV Seventh streets, near Miss. fc Tenn.R. R. depot, with large Mower and vegetable garden, all In first-rateorder; possession given at once. Apply to J. B. M BRIDE, at the depot, or W. We learn from the Galveston Hctvs that this college, endowed in part with the one hundred and sevventy-five thou sand dollars agricultural land scrip do nated by congress, and one hundred and seventy-four thousand dollars by the Slate, has been organized under the law making the governor, lieutenant-governor, speaker of the house of represent atives, and one person to be chosen by the legislature from each congressional district, making nine in all, a board of directors to manage the institution. The News states that Governor Coke, as president of the board, has been author ized to confer witli Hon. Jefferson Davis and tender him the presidency of the institution, me salary of the office is four thousand dollars per annum. Thursday- night Mr. A. Kaufman was united in marriage with Miss Caroline Becker, at St. Mary's Catholic church, the services being performed by Rev. Father Lucius. Quite a number of friends were present to witness the in teresting ceremony, upon the conclusion of which the newly-wedded pair re ceived congratulations, and then re paired to Mr. John Baker's residsnce. Adams street, where the nuptials werp joyously celebrated. The bride received a large number of presents, and the eve ning was pleasantly enjoyed by the guests. LETTERS FHOU THE PEOPLE. heretofore. Harvesting is upon us this weeK; most planters are just through working crops, which makes them ready for the harvest. Notwithstanding this, good laborers can get employment at any time in the country. Come out, workers, and see us; we will give you something good to eat; come. As your scribbler wrote you some days ago, wheat will yield abundantly, with but little smut or rust; I am glad to state they came too late to harm King Ceres. Thank God for all these beneficent blessing; to him belongs all praise. The deep freezes of winter, so to speak, sub soiled our lands; which should teach every tiller of the soil hereafter the great importance of thoroughly breaking land equal to a dose of manure, drinks up the winter and spring rains that effectu ally keeps vegetation growing during the dry spells. I throw out these hints that your many farmer-readers may profit thereby. Speakers for the three county seats commenced Monday last at Big Hill, and spoke at Saulsbuiy Satur day. Your correspondent regrets to say the debate was not conducted with that courtesy which the people of our bun comb county of Bell desired ; we hope this is amicably arranged for the future. The suggestion made by a correspondent some days ago was a good one, "for the sake of harmony and peace here after," that the three rival places give what they propose, and can give, to the county court (to be controlled by said court) as a sinking educational fund, to euueate ex-uonieaerate, J?eaeral, wliite and colored orphan children, and there by do away with discu sion at a busy time like this, as every farmer is apply ing "all his energies" to make "some thing" to better enable him to support his wife and children, and others hav ing a prior claim upon his bounty. Can not this be done yet? We know the integrity of our people, and are willing to trust them if they will prove true to uiemEeives. convivial meetings and base-ball amusements are frequent. An other excited contest came off at Mos cow last Thursday. The Moscowites had respectfully solicited LaGrange's champion base-ball club. The Excelsior came down in all their splendor and beautiful uniform. They made quite a handsome appearance. The game com menced in good earnest. The cham pionship was contested manfully by the Excelsiors, but to no purpose, as the boys of Moscow excelled them. We will not forget to say that the young gentry of LaGrange, in point of personal appearance, urbanity of manners, po liteness to all is proverbial. This city is built upon a hill, fifty miles east of Memphis, on the Memphis and Charles ton railroad, and is one of the oldest places in West Tennessee. It has al. ways been considered par excellence for its many fair matrons and maids, who are paragons of worth, beauty and ac complishments. The "La Belle village" stands prominent among fashionable places in the south. delphus. Joyner, 32S Main street. my29 RESIDENCE Eight rooms, 84 Mosby street, Apply at 43 SECOND ST. CENTRAL HOTEL On Adams street. Ap Vj ply to David Hastings. Commercial hotel. FOR SALE. PIANOS A. lot of second hand Planot In good order, cheap, at H. O. HOLLENRERG'S Music house. HORSE A No. 1 saddle and harness horse; also buggy and harness. Apply at 29j Main street. JulO HOUSE AND LOT-233 Poplar street-one ot the most pleasant residences on that lavorlle street offered for sale at moderate price and on easy terms. Apply to Joti TRFZEVANT A CO., 19 Madison st, STEAM-ENGINES and Boilers, portable and i.l onary, new and secoud-hand, suita ble to run saw and grlrtmiUs and cotton-gins, low for cash or city acceptance Aprly to J"3 CUBB1NB & GUNN. AT A.y9TI.,NT?',?e following Lots will be sold to the highest bidder on Thursday, July 1st, on the northwest corner of Main and Madison stiotts: Part lot 501, beln biiM by Hay, feet, south side Ji ffer on street "next west 01 Mr. P. M. Patterson ; aiho, the follow ing lots, In block 12 Brlnkley A Knowden s subdivision : T, 9, 1 i and 17, eau side of Marlev avenue, and 12. 11, io and 22, west side Habtlncs street; and the loilowing, in block 13 or said subdivision :2, 4, b, b, it and lfl.weut side Moiy avenue, and Hll.n and 19, east side ol Has tings street; each of said lots 60 feet front by ISO 5-10 feet depth. Tcims, half cash, half in one year, with interest from date of sale at six per cenu, secured by trust deed. im TKEZEVANT A CO. RESIDENCE My late residence on Jessa maln street, thini ,1 dale street House and grounds In perfect P"ler- JOHN oVKRTOrl In. FOR RENT OR LEASE. ire store. ccilumnH n n p 02 front street, near Court; about forty feet front; reasonable terms. Anplyto mylS W. A. WHEATLEY. 2?0 Main street. SUM.K SOARD-Cheap board for a few families durim? tlin mtnmur k v.,i in a retired, pleassnt. oulel resldencn Bebecca," Bergh, GUI, nnd tbe Bn mnne Society. Editors Appeal After hearty thanks for your helping hand in a good cause by the publishing of Mr. Bergh's encouraging letter of June 3d, and by the stirring tone of your refreshing edi torial notice, I will ask: Now, what are we to do? Certainly, not let the subject drop. You, beine one of the "sentinels on the watchtower of civilization," as Mr. Bergh reminds ns, have nothing to do but flourish yourBword (or pen, which in certain hands is mightier) in the bright sunlight of your loftier atmos phere, and we, or at least I, of the neth er plain, will follow in its flash the course of humanity. From the accounts in your river column of the condition of the river front, I fear it will be long be fore I shall pine to stray "out on the bluffs at Memphis," as in happier days I did. The sight of the speechless, help less creatures, fettered and then goaded long past endurance, as they drag dying under their loads and lashes, Is a sight to behold involuntarilv once, and thpr- after avoid. Oh ! for one rousing clarion note that could wake the echoes among the bluffs and forests along the "Father of Waters" all tho way from this city to the delta, to check tho thoughtless cruel ty to man's dumb slaves. I find, in a majority of cases to which my attention Is drawn, a willingness to correct the wrong in the matter of painful harness or unfit appliances about a team, check reins, etc., needless exposure to the sun's rays, and torturing thirst; showing that thoughtlessness and ignorance, as well as blindness to their own interest, is the frequent cause of cruelty. A driver wor ries with unnecessary, ill-fitting trap pings a horse he really is attached to. Sr. Louis, June S, 1875. HEBECCA. Wsu. Arnold's Great Oil Patntlne A Scene lu Anernnch's Ceiiai." Editors Appeal Many of the read ers of the Appeal probably never heard the name of Wm. Arnold, but those who know him highly appreciate the talent ouu mem 01 me modest artist. Best liuuwii 01 air. The attention of our readers is called to the advertisement of the Crab Orchard springs in our columns this morning. They are in Lincoln county, Kentucky, at the base of the Cumber land mountains, about one thousand feet higher than this place. Among the many umerent Kinds of waters at this place are the celebrated Epsom springs, from which the Crab Orchard salts is made. The others are different binds of calibeate sulphur waters. The scenery is beautiful, the nights always cool, and the rides and drives through the sur rounding country delightful. The hotel is new and capacious, being sufficient for the accommodation of seven hun dred persons, and its appointments and furnishing like a city hotel, regular coal gaslights through the entire gounds and house. More than all, it is easy of ac cess, tho Lebanon branch of the Louis ville and Nashville road landing you within a few hundred yards of the hotel. J. W. Willard, formerly of the Willard hotel, who has gained a great reputation as a citerer, attends to the wants of the inner man, while General Taylor, who is known throughout the whole south, sees to the comforts of tho guests and has charge of the office. From an Occasional Correspondent. Saratoga, JuueS What thirsty peo ple gamer Here, iiibuiaung mo entire day. Congress in tho morning, Hamil ton before dinner, Columbian at five in the afternoon, and Washington in the evening. Drink, drink, drink. I met our jovial, red nosed friend, Colonel Spooks, at the springs before breakfast. "How do you do?" "Splendid." "How many glasses?" "Sixteen?" "Take a stroll?" "Thank ye; am in a hurry." Maidens and matrons in dulge as well as the graybeards, whose prandial excesses nave swelled tlieir liv ers, and in the crowd the over-worked business man is largely represented, nn Jing refresned energies in me ueaim- giving fountains that abound in thih valley. I am located at the Grand Union, to which great improvements have been added. It i3 the property of A. T. btewart, me great dry goous aeronaut, and he has not spared money to make it psrliaps the grandest and most complete caravansary in the world. I have seen nothing "eaual to it in Europe. There are two other very elegant Hotels Here, me congress and the United States all on a like grand scale tne latter was opened last year and adjoins me depot, isy me way, 1 must tell of something that's interest ing to us poor southerners. On the cars coming eastward, I met a Mr. Schneider, a prominent merchant and banker of me Crescent city, in which he was born, and speaking to him of the pros pects of the south, he felt sanguine that tne tide or prosperity nad set in. Allud ing to the wheat crop in Texas two counties in that State, Dallas and M'- Clellan will make a million bushels; and sinco here I notice that flour, from mat section, nas ueen exuibited at me produce exchauge in New York city. mis crop win De quite proutable in con sequence of its partial failure in the north. Speaking of the sugar crop, he said the prospects were excellent. Sixty per cent, more rice was planted this year, and to show how remunerative that cereal is it realizes about one hun dred and ioriy-nve dollars to tne acre. jnow wny cannot rice bo cultivated in our (Memphis) neighborhood mareby lauds, almost useless for anything but a crop 01 mosquitoes very little labor and a sure crop? Oh, you old fogy planters: wont you wane up and mix a little brains lu your lands and reap ne reward a generoti3 sou yields to wiae-awaKe energy? Mr. Schnie ier is cn route to Europe to fund the city debt of New Orleans on a kind of Tontine system, similar to that of the late loan of Paris, France, and the New York exposition buildings. Tne debt amounts to twenty-four million dollars; they can sell the waterworks for four milliou dollars in bonds, thus reducing it 10 twenty minion dollars in round figures. Tho debt is principally held in Paris and Frankfort, and it is to nego tiate with the bondholders directly that taEes uim across, it is proposed, say, to issue instead 01 a iuimireu dollar bond, five twenty dollar bondd, bearing seven per cent, interest; these bonds to run fifty years, but to redeem a certain amount every year by lottery, and to make it attractive as an investment to give a certain amount of cash prizes on each annual drawing, so while a bond is drawing seven per cent, interest it may bring the holder a prize from one to ten thousand dollars. They ask for a little rest, say four or five years, to recu perate their finances, during which time they will only redeem three or four hun dred thousand dollars per annum, with an annual distribution of about oue hundred thousand dollars in prizes. The greatest advantage of this ioriu of in debtedness is that the interer.t, not being payable annually, but only on redemp tion of tho bonds, a saving of nearly one-half of the nominal interest is gained. Our own city debt seems like a great incubus on us; but I cannot help feeling that as soon as our municipal expenEes are brought to a consistent limit, three or four years of prosperity will make our bonds a desirable invest ment. Citiei, like individuals, must go through a desert of travail and proba tion, and if the spirit of integrity and faith in good honest principles holds sway, the promised land of prosperity is bound to be reached. "Work and watch your opportunities." Don't rush things. Wait! wait! Patience is a virtue; but let it be a virtuous patience that,by hon est industry, seeks to conquer difficul ties. Those supine, soulless beings croakers that scent troubles and disas ters from afar, by a law of nature perish in their own weakness; but to the intre pid, the self-reliant, the faith-girded, will-do-or-die sort, victory, prosperity anu peace win sureiy percn on meirbau ners. Saratoga is a delightful place to include in asummertrip; the excellence of tbe hotels; pure air and chloride of soredium (common salt) water.do much to renovate and rejuvenate. This is my experience of many years. Exitus acta probat. There is to be a special attrac tion this year in the way of a boat-race, which created immense excitement last year, the crews of the universies of Yale and Harvard taking part. The horse races generally include the best running swck in me country. About two years ago I was present at the race where the famous Longfellow was beaten, sitting next 10 mo late Air. Harper, or Ken tucky, his owner, and was struck at the absence of any emotion on his part at the result. In reply to an inquiry by me as to the cause, he said, "I think he GRAB ORGHIRD SPRINGS, KY. Railroad, at the base of tuo c'umbcr.'tnd ra EOUCT -XJNT- Locatlon 115 miles from Louisville, on the Knox ville branch of the rnmsvilln nntt Vaaiviiin ranee of Mountains ISAAC SKKLBT, Jr , Proprietor. d t-ife i The Hotel appointments are complete Ga'. Water. Haths. Llverr. Iilllnnit. nn.i nil omnco. ments calculated for the enjoyment fl visitors. Oa racily 700. Open June 1st. uoirutsau per montn lor me season. per fU fur June and September. 817 00 pir wrck.orgno oun inontli in July cr August. Children and Servants HALF PRICE. Oen'J fiao II TAT Ltl K from Louisvi le hotel. In charce of office and eriest. J. Jf. WILLAKI). (formerly of Wiliard hotel, Louisville, Ky.,) General manner. il, L. MEACHAM. J.R.POSTON. A.W.ROBERTS. E.B.MSAUHAM. AGENTS, WHOLESALE SROeBBS, SALT km Mil No. 9 Umm STREET, Memphis, Tenn. Mr. W. T. BOWDRK HAS;CHARGE Ol THE COTTON DEPARTMENT."! Onandafter MONDAY next, the 7th inst , we shall oBer special and extraortti .. . ments to pnrchaers or goods in the lollowimt lines: Dress Good3 lower than ever heard of before Embroidered and Striped Grenadines from 10c pi yard tin. Black Grenadines at 15c per yard. Good JHack Grenadines at from :5c per yard np. Japanese Plaid Poplins at from 10c per yard np. Nice YanMVido Percales at 10c per yard. Wliito Linen Lawns at 15c per yard. Good Yard-Wide Wliite Linen Lawns at 25t p- r ja White Goods at greatly reduced prices. Satin Striped Victoria Lawn at 20e per y-nl. Fiuo White Organdie at 20c per yard. Striped Dress Silks at 0c per yard and upward. Plain Colored Silk at 70c cheapest Blade Taffeta and Oros Grain hiilis on the continent. p.r IIonse-Fnrcisbing Goads Reduced. Good Linen Dack at 20c per y an'. Ties, Hat Srcarti, and Fans Udncad. Children' Hose at 7 l-2et lMc i and loc pr pair. Ladies' Hose at 8c, 10c and 12 l-2e pr fi r. LaSies' Hemstitched Handkerchiefs 5c, 10?, lae, 29e b4 2ac ea- a. Prints, Lawns, Bleached and llrown Shirtings and Sheeting', Uingbam-", Pla.i Osnnburgi at extremely reduced rates. o 242, 244 and 246 Main Street, comer Jefferson. SPECIALTY IH SUSAB, MGLASSBS km SYSUFS. STBEET SOO FSOST ME31P2E5S, TE5S. INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THE TRADE TO THEIR LARGE AND ELEGANT STOCK OF 3S(S: X Xa X X EST 32 B. "S- GOODS! CONSISTING OF Ladies' and JUshfb' Trimmed and Untrimmcd Hats and Bonnets, Flowers, Ribbons, Jet and Straw Ornaments, Etc., At Frices whlctj innat commnnd Attention. Call nnd examine. A. C. TBEADWSLL, A B. TKEAD77LLL. S38 Ifill STREET. GOB IBS MIO Wholesale Grocers Tho Ilattle of fcliiloli-Persistent Kla- rcprcsentatlou Trashy Matter Future History. is hurt, and will go and see," rising quietly at tiie same moment. 113 prog nostication proved true, as be was for ever disabled for racing. I musit close this long letter with a fresh conundrum though the article is much tabooed which I think the ladies (young ones) will enjoy: Why in a rosebud like a promissory note? Because it cornea to maturity by falling dew (due). 3AJAX. GSAND FREE LUNCH. A grand free lunch will be set at Lin demann's saloon, No. 276 Second.'street, opposite Court square. The best and coolest beer in the city can be had at this popular saloon. Excellent music by Professor J. W. Van Hook's full band will enliven the occasion. ST. PATRICE'S CHURCH. hi wn r r i v t,ii 4 t ' 1 Oxford, ill.Lihlppi. The location ih healthv H,T;VC V tT' luulu a ariiaucai pro and society exceflenu For lull Information UCtl0,Dfui3 hxls fine Panting on the ban apply to B. P. Anderson, Courthouse. ins Her Of the Italian BOcIptv nf Afomnhia A lecture will be delivered by Rev. Father Vincent, passionist, in St. Patrick's church next Bunday evening at eight o'clock. The topic will be one of the most interesting lu religious mat ters "The bible cannot be the only and supreme rule of faith." The Catholics of the city are kindly requested to honor the worthy missiouer with their presence. Entrance free of charge. LIHDEKANS'S BEER GARDEN. A grand free lunch will be spread in Lindemann'a beer garden, No. 186 Main street, from ten to one o'clock to day. This evening good music will be played by an excellent band for the amusement of visitors. PETERS & CO., HATTERS. Peters & Co., the enterprising hatters under the Peabody hotel, have just re ceived a large and well selected stock of all the late styles of fashionable straw goods, which, with their felt and silk hats, they are offering at very low prices. Give them a call. Tickets to the young men's meeting at the Exposition buildiug next Sunday afternoon may be bad at the several banks of the city, of the pastora of the different churches,or of M. Ij. Meacbam, C. W. Goyer, A. Hatchett, E. H. Porter, W. J. Armstrong, T. H. Bice, also at G. V. Jones & Co.'s and Ames, Beatty & Co.'a. New York Hcrald.j A IRDRI5 POSTOFFICE, PAR A DISE, K Y. , Junu 1, lb75 Your letter was forwarded to mo from Louisville. I have not seen General Sherman's Iwolj, but I have read extracts from it and various notices of it, among them the Herald's review. The peculiarities ot the author are suili ciently marked to give assurance that as often as he speaks there will bo abundant room for criticism; so much, in fact, as almost to bewilder criticism. I do not know what amount of attention his re cent work bestows on my acts. What I have seen on that subject relates to the battle of Shiloh, and is, in substance, only a continuation of bis former efforts to conceal the faults aud misrepresent the facts of that battle. I lone aso an swered bis assertions concerning that event with evidence that must. I believe, be deemed conclusive when tbe account comes to be bal anced. I concur in your view that it is desirable that tho3e who had any promi nent part in tbe war should now put on record their1 reminiscences in regard to it, and it is probable that General Sher man's example may stimulate that ob ject. Much trashy matter will no doubt be thrust into print, but it will not be without interest to the public, and from the mass some useful mateiial will be found for history. It will not be witbout value if it does no more than civo some new insight to the qualities of the writ ers themselves. Jf I could feel sure that I might be one of the useful contrib utors, I have at this moment scarcely time to undertake the work. I must, at any rate, defer it a little while. I beg you, however, to accept my thanks for your courteous and generous offer of ac cess to the columns of the Herald. Very respectfully and truly your obedient servant, d. c. boell. LAW REPORTS, STEABSBOATS. FOR LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI. For Cairo, Louisville, Eransvlllo and Cincin nati. ine elegant steamer SX02J2 CTAX.Ii Mo. 11 Union -SEP js- .OOK. 3 3. 1 BABrnLK. Formerly of Randle ieatn. J. W. HEATH, 1 Formerly of Handle & Heath, and J. W. Heth & Co. I A. S. X.IVr Formerly Gen1' U. K.. aiso M " 1 Arlington, Dan. Moore .......... mas' er reaves TUESDAY, Jnno 15th. Juli For Cairo, Louisville and Cincinnati. Tho splendid passenger steamer Clias. Morgan, A, G. Stein....... . mister Will leave as above positively on SUNDAY morning, at 7 o'clock. I will contract for and receivo freight at any time. Will ccntract for passage and take charge of baggage on Satur day. R. P. GLENN, Agent, Jull Wharf boat, foot of Court. jasESs CHICKASAW IRON WOBIl RADDLE, HEATH & L1VERMORE, (Successors to jr. TV. licatb & Co.) ISO. S S7SMI5 m?mi&ME MjEMPPf! , MANUFACTURERS Of COTTON PRESSED, HORSE POWERS, GIN UKAK! u Rulldinga nnd Fronts, Air and Cellar Orating, all kind Iroa and Kress Cw. Cook dz Heath's Improved Jail Cells, Doors hmI 1i. ;:t.v RAILROAD AND 8TEAMU' AT WORK A PELIALTY. All kinds of Machinery Furnished nnd Repaired. Orders solicited and promptly cX' ' i ussn paiu ior oici iron, tiraas anu copper. Cincinnati and Memphis Packet For Cairo Loulsvlllo and Cincinnati. Elegant steamer Dons. Millar, Jas. N. Pepper, master I L. A. Ruston cler Leaves SATURDAY, June 12th, at 5 p.m., giving through tickets to all eastern points at lowest flcures. Annlv to It. W. LIGHTBURNE, Snp't. 15 Madison St. FOR WHITE RIVER. Beg alar JUeiuphls JIall and Line. White River In order to reduce our stock previous to our annual stock-taking in Jcly, we w.l. FURNITURE, CARPETS, ETC, AT COST FOR M, This Is an opportunity for those wanting erit-clsss goods In our line to purchase at : uihu was ever onereu in mis citj . Second Chancery Court Wnlber, Cbnn. cellor. This court has adjourned until Mon day. The calendar of cases will be pub lished to-morrow. First Circuit Court Ilelakell, J mice. This is motion day. The following cases are for trial Monday: 3022, 3012, 3234, 3421, 34U2, 3459, 3452, 34U4, 3468, 3470, 3472, 3474, 3480, 3503, 3504, 3512, 3519, 3520, 3523, 3524, 3527, 352S, 3536, 3540, 3541. For Augusta, Jacksonport, and Little Red uver. ine elegant steamer Quickstep, M. R. Harry master Ed. Crowell clerk Leaves promptly every 8ATURDAY, at 5 pjn. For freight or passage apply on board, or to j. j.. waamauiuiji, auu r ronibt. R. P. GLENN, on WharfboaL Froight consigned to Milt Harry will bo uHuuieu tree 01 storage, urayage ana commis- smu, anu put tnrongn promptly. FOB VICKSBORQ. FOR TICKSBUBS. STOCK COMPLETE IN EVERY DSPARTME HT. 2S8 m St. Lonls nnd Tlcbsbars Mall Anchor Line. JULIA..... Blake, mastor iuuimjhv, j uuu iuin, at o p.m. ST. GENEVIEVE VIckers, mastor Saturday. June 12th, at S p.m. CITY OF VICKSBURG Riley master juuuuay, j une mil, at a p.m. Making all the way landings. For freight or passage apply to 0 AD. STORM, Bupt Mississippi River Elevator Company. aiemphlH and Vlckibnrg Weekly Lino. ror vicESDnrg and an -way landings The uieguut steamer Mark R. Cheek...master Joe. SpeerscTerk leaves .ueuipms every r rtiui connecting at Vicksburg iaiAjiiuz. jur new urieans. 'AY at 5 D.m.. with steamer For freight or passage apply to U1U. W.OMltK.ttnPl,, ap22 No. 268 Front street. op-Malm. United Ntntes District and Clrenlt Courts Trigg, Judge. The following cases will be called to day: Hall and wife vs Jacocks; Busby vs .Lauderdale county; Holladay va city of Memphis; Long & Co. vs same; Wil son et ala. vs Oppenheimer & Co. ; Tom- eny vs Vance; nenneuy vs city 01 Mem phis; Eakin etals. vsSmitb; Bethel vs county of Shelby. IMPOKTANT NOTICE. Seeling or the Eempnlt Industrial Ex position Association, Moudiiy, JnneI!,IS75. The Memphis Baptist for Saturday can be bad at all the news-stands. It contains the editor's real position touch ing the Whittle and Bliss meetings. THE LITEST AKIUTALS. BOARD LnfurnlKbed Room, with Board, in a private family; delightful and healthv location; oti reierences required. Apply at w ww iiiuucu auu iauueruaie hi-, COM A splendid room, with board : moderate; at uu Jionioenreet. terms OOM Front room with board at iW MADISON ST. OOMS AND BOARD Desirable frontroom" 1 With hoorrl at SK ITMKwr ut. ' representing the discovery of America v uiumuua, wnicn received the h.'ch est encomiums from every connoisseur anu our city Dress. Mr finished, at his studio, another great and rna?ntg','A Sceue inAuerbach's Cellar," after the cartoon by tbe cele. brattd Wm. Kaulbaeh. " taken from Goethe's tragedy of better known In this country as th nhl Several lovely "Chickering pianos," parlor, square, grand, and the new style upright, brought on especially as pres ents for some lovelv eraduates of our city. Call and see them, at H. G. Hol lenberg's music store, 294 Main street. BEER COOLERS AND ICE CHESTS. ALL SIZES, for sale by n. wetter & co. The cheapest and best Bteah Dyetko andCLXASino Hocbb In the city is at Hi Se cond StteU. HANSON & WALKER. Flowers, bulbous roots, plants, bou quts and decorations. Craig's, 379 Mair, LIYIN6ST0K & C0&PANY, DOHENriC AND FOREIGN BAHKEKS, 10 PINE STREET, NEW YORK. Conservatively organized for doing the business of out-of-town banks, bankers, corporations, merchants and Individuals, Usual Interest allowed on dally balances. Collections made and promptly remitted. Oommonaence loUcited. Exchange on princi pal cities of Europe. LIVINGSTON, NEWBERN & CO., London - Plants Cabbage.Tomato.Eggraig's Nettril. The instantaneous cure for Hturataia. Pro, w. Jones & Co., keep It, THE CELEBRATED FIRST 9SEJIIUM Patent Self-Ventilating gfSFBIGERATOR, at h. wetter & co's. Go TO Leddin'a Business College. Tbe creditors and stockholders of the Memphis Industrial Exposition associa tion are urgently requested to meet the directory at the Exposition building on Monday, June 14, 1875, at seven o'clock in the evening. A full and complete exhibit of the condition ol its ailaiis, a statement of what has been done since its organization, together with propositions looking to a final settlement with its creditors, will be presented at the meet ing. By order of directors, JAMES ROOSA, President. S. J. CAMP, Secretary. Attend Robertson's Business Coj logo The Sunday Appeal will be unusu ally attractive, and oilers tho best in ducements for advertisers to reach a large clas3 of readers. Go to Kenealy's Business College. GBUBBS & AUSTIN, 332 Main street, will continue the closing out sale, at cost for cash, of their retail department of clothing for a few days longer. Full stock of alpaca,linens nnd underwear. See advertisement Foster's second Texas drawing postponed for a few days? FOK CAIRO AKJ) ST. IXJUIa. FOB CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS. Memphis and St, Louis Packet Co. United States Mall Line. From Elevator Building, foot Bale st. CITY OF VICKSBURG Riley, master Wednesday, June 9th, at 10 ajn. CITY OF CHESTER Zelgler, roaster xnursaay, j une lutn, at a pan. CAPITOL CITY. L.O'Neal, master Friday, June lltb, at5p.ru. GRAND TOWER... Lennox, master oaiuraay, j une izm, at a p.m. CITY OF HELENA McKee. master Sunday, June 13th, at 10 a.m. belle MEMPHIS ...Crane, master Monday, June Hth, at 5 pan. For freight or passage apply to AD. STORM, Bup't Mississippi River Elevator Company. Mead-Quarters for Groceries! IMMENSE ST0CS! GEEAT VAIIXETI! LOW PJUt ml COFFEE Rio, Laguayya, Java, 2ff oclin. SUGAR-STew Orleans, Hard and Soft SeSned. SYRUP-New rleans and Eastern, TEAS, TOBACCOS, and CIGARS. STOSST AgSTMSra 1.N TEE WEW. AL0 COMMISSION jE2 SZ. O 531 2ST "Z? S, AND DEALERS IN PROVISIONS, F10UB, GRAIN, SBEBS, DRIED FE U1?, 68, 7 and 72 Vine Street, IWCIHTWATI. T. FAROASON. rp J. A. HUJST. V. . (Successors to Fakoasos & Cay.) w noisesaae urocers FOB AUKAN8A8 RIVER. Nos. 369 Front and 32 Clinton St? eats, Momofcis, Begalnr JSemphls and Pine Ulan . S Jlall Line. For Red Fork, Auburn, New Gascony ad all points through to Pine Blun, conn- ctlne rr..u nguh uuaw i.uiuuij x vtt 3Uillu Jno. Woodburn .master. Leaves EVERY TULSDAY, at 6 p.m LEGAL TEHDEB. Ed. Nowland.. msster. leaves ,vj;iix baturday, at 5 p.m, i vi jieiut or paAKiige, apply to jno. n. harbin, snpt., 15 Madison street. R. P. GLENN, Agent, lanI5 Wharfboat. foot Court street. YE EXCLUSIVE WHOLESALE DEALERS FOR HELENA & FRIAR'S POINT For Helena. Friars Point and the Bends. TRI-WEEKT.Y VAr.KTTT. Tho elegant and fleet side-wheel passenger steamer J?3BOOCi HUM, Lee master Lee....cierx win leave as a Dove every Monday, Wednes day and Friday throughout the year. tor freight or pawuiee annlv on board. ROOT GR DIE FOR A8HPORT. PRO DUO VS.. and Regular iianuolph, Fulton, Osceola Asnnort Semi-Weekly Packet. u. it. J opnnmaster I Joe. W. Rhodes clerk Leaves Memphis MONDAYS and FRIDAYS at 5 p.m. For freight or passage apply on board. 226 & 228 FRONT STEEET, MEMPHIS. FOR NAPOLEON. f OK HAPOLEON. A. J. White, ifiSl! George Malone...... jn aster. Leaves TUESDAYS and SATURDAYS, 6 p jn. For freight or passage apply on board, or to GEO. WfOHEEK, Snp't, sw Front street. FLOUR ! 10O bblg. Silver Jloon Floor, 200 bhl. Rf lie Key OTIonr, SO bliln. Qneen Flonr, 35 bt!. Plnut'n I-Txlra Flanr, SO bbl. lostel no nr. 40O bbl. Oilier IltnRdH Flonr 200 bbls. Silver Moon Monl. Tim Tfbltest and Flneftt Floor nnd Meal made, . i