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F; incuts ai O'lu fellows' nan " LIH1EF 0 FOLICK una u-UAAimii, I totionJioMedamtl'i'L"!: iTHKlBTIAN CHURCH -CORNER LIN (j den and Mulberry street!. UKCUIT COURT CLERK'S OFFICE, M. Ky D. L. Stewart. ClerkU Madison at. rUTTTiNU IN EER-re . U I MoOLU RE. EX- VJ olianne Duuuinic. mreot, Metuphii, Tenu. "VJ J " . I 1ULLKC10H UK 1MKKNAU KBV KN U hi. Commercial hotel, cor. front a ...vi,,.x I a ui A M) CHANCERY COURT y ir-iMiluw' llinldinn. lOili'lROLLhK V. M. UXCKlNaOiN.l!.A- ctiBKL-e Uuiiairie. rTiTiTri i" r. . M 1 I 1 1 N. Il iM I'll II IKIU .J Uuiim iH't ni-tween jmrnauujjrij".. 7onTREua1'I0N BEN EJiETil CORN'R c ricoiid and Mnnroe . . . i. .ki . li 1 1. 1 iu U V lK Irt- rael " Corner ol Mam and Poi'lar iitreBts 1t)flN J'Y COURT-THOMAS LEON Alio, j Jadne. cor. rjecimrt ana wiinroe. i luusn uisui&iniv vnAo. " I . n. r...trt An.l fWond ctreeU JOilxN- piii, . . .. i'TRlMiNA'L COUKT-COKNER SKCONO yj uucl linou mrireis. -1 ...tit'tim niiHUfiU I - Court trut. RKVUr. Uavia. paotor (IIS'IOM HOCSE, CORNER MAIN AND ) i ... 1;U Huiilaireot. uiii-.iui i t iTl.A!' CO.. COi l'ON FACTO RA. -f'"' I Fi-ih mntit. Meoii.Ui". eiiii. iur.'-i"i I if. r. I s, 7 EE !.". I KE lis FOR SALE AT 1 I i'l'Ml.llt I.KIHIKH ttllii'e.- . 1) EKDrToF UIKT FOR SALE LOW At lliu otm-e. KAV lliin "TICKETS FOR SALE LOW AT onine. Trt V liL IF N EATLY FR1N TED AT Til E IU 1'iiBi.in Lkiuk Ollice. lLANNERY. JOSEPH. I'HnCAb i1 Pluinlwr, Gaaaud Siim Pipe iittor. qnml Hfreel. eor. Ol Jeuorwm. V:1KST BAPi'Isi' CHURCH. CORNER OF I1 Kwond and Adnm t. L.URST MEIHODIST CHUBCH-COKNEK ja, im.wiia diiw "I-1-- ,, i rURST ' PRESBYTERIAN CUURCH-COR-V ner Third and Poplar ttreetj. Second and ropiar ireov. l.'RANK CUMM1NGS, OKDCtn vy. 1 ui,BiiorMerchjuoj)am; TOY. ALDEN k MoCKEA. GROCERS. I T ,1 I'oiion Kaoloni. 2(W Front t. je.H-.lm ( 1AY0S0 SAVINGS INST ITU i W, , IjT IS Madison itreet. doali in Ex;untte. Uld, Silver aud Unourreut Money, t. M. Avery. (Janhier. John C. Lamer, Pren't; aplU ljyl , VA Ybso'KNCAMPMENT NO.S, MEETS IN I J Odd Fallow' Hall on the fintt and third 1 huradaya ol e'n nioniu. "l KKM AN CAT II0L1C CH U RCH-COKN R VJI Market and inira iiroei. rTTiVriiiVn in,. 1.1 1 I J Uk'PAIUKII ANli I painled by Win. C. Ellin, eor. beoond and Oayoao mreyta. J i RACE uTlUKCH. HERNANDO Bl'KKEr. (l .,i,V.iira llev. J. A. Wh.eliM k. .al-r. rVKEENLAW'S OPERA UALL. CORNER il hmna aim uinou tin. T - .". ...L-iiv' ivi (!HT'I1I. AND J Tobaooo Faolora aud General Comwiaiiion .Mert'liaulK, aM Front uLmeuiini- ui.-.... I I ATS, CAPS AND FURS AT m MAIN Ox:" BW4V. H. WHEATON. a vi 1 1 I'nM l.dlKIK. F. A. A. M.. OVER I 1 Odd Fellown' Hall. ll KALi'U OFFICER-DK. WM.C. CAVA- I 1 iiKjili. Jelfenon. bel Sm-ond and J hird. HEBREW 8YNAUiHJK-jlvoT0 ST.. Iwiweea Union aiid Mouroe. TTTriTKiiT.KsLt KoK SALE LOW At ll thii oflice. 11 nunuiu U I. I'll PKkMllIM bilk A nonifn uyerAioot-im. NSPECTOR-B. DECKER. ULUrF. Bhl. Ailauiiand Wabinnlon rtreetn. N sir H A Nek: LIN DSKY i VREDKN - BURGH. Afcnld. fo.yaiaaiiiii oircc. VTT...-C..M a, VI M UHlH'k'l.rN. AUCTION .1 iU,n,inn. u' Mulixin at. in 14 T7 AIIU yviuiiiiiJiiiuM. TUST. A GENTS' AND BOYS' CL01 HIIJU I .nil FurnibinrGood. 2-ii Main it. miMm fTND LEASES FOR SALE LOW AT THIS 1 j office. ,T...ni..i. Linr L'tVnitflN .wn PI. AS , i.mr'i l.air. br Scheibler t Co., No, 1U6 Mainitreet. myiajm I a ..i.l'l' lllll.JK lt A. A. Jbt COR- Li nor Second and MadioiMtret I EW1S k FINN1K, ATTORNEY S AT li aw I jand Solioiton in Chancery, No. 280 Second trucl, (Stilluian i Bloi'h.) Memphia. mlv-liu i L0Y1. DR. C. S.. OFFICE M MAIN M Ei'RoPOLITAN POLICE COMMIS .ewtncaJTaiiiion i,. up IV f ETROPOLITAN HOTEL, 1W AND m HA Adami mreei, Jioinpoii. l.. h. more. Proprietor. " MORGAN, ALLEN F.. JBOPRIETOR OF iircet. aouin oi iieau """"" M own am ll'w ll A Till UN KV-AT-LAW etc. ileioto uiociu maoion i. ii" ,,r,rn nw . una niRIHrT I1H 11 A MS HA JIIU51VBI JUfUUUiDUW .ii . - chandina fenerally, at i. Katienbach , 17 II . I J I .nil M.,iabI Lwr- Maionreei. . M ANIFKSTS FOR STEAMBOATS FOR ale low.at thm on. M AYOR S OFFICE. EXCHANGE BUILD- ln(. Jonn I'ara, mayor M EMPB1S iiOUUBi no. o, i. nfH-tiaiOild Fellowi' Hall Tuesday nitrhtr. N E W MEM PUIS THEATRE, J EFFERS0N at., naar Third. W. C. Ihorupann, manager 0 LD HATS MADE NEW BY M. COHEN. Hattnr. Avn Main rireei. () DD-FELLOW 6' UALL. CORNER M All and Court street. I ick Trrr ii aNson, attorn eys. No. I I.. Mailinon nirvvt. SHdcu Block, joll lm . . i t lu k. uii t r a ii:ivw- A TTi 1 14 V FV I IU. dive m i n iiin.ii ' "i.'t ii " " - -at-law and General Claim Aaeiita, : Mad iaon atreel, Dewitn Hlock. Mcmphia. ji lit-lm 'ft )RESC0TT A CO. 0. F..C0AL01L AND lian 40 J Lamps, t'hironerl. Tinware, Soapi, l ard cnerson sln el. jr4-ara 1)AINT STORK, ARTIST MATERIALS ic., 2H1 Second t. J. McDonald. --' 10ST-OFFICF. CORNER THIRD AND JerTrrsoa atiwra. R. C. Hist, Postma-tor. Ulf CLAIM JJEEDS FOR 6 ALE LOW aManjiuica; . R K ECORDER'S COURT, ADAMS STREET. near 1 biro. EGISTER.-U K. RICHARDS-01 FICK Kxchanr. uuiiamr. ' CECCND PRESBYTERIAN CHLRCH-CoR. O MvninH Bral sre. SHERIFF- P. M. WINTERS. GKKEN O law . Boildiar. Second street, near Immn. k-EOoND BAPTT CBLRCU CORNER 5 Prrenth and Chele. ' SOUTH MEMPHIS CITMBERLAN D PRES bytcriaa Chorcb Kchoh it. near Vanca. COUTH MEMPHIS LODGK. F. A. X. N, O eorear Sowod and Madison straeta. CTECIAL AOKNT TRKASl RY DKPART O went D.J.Barnit.eor. Jeffersoajind Main. AfTMARY'SCHURCU-POPLAR STREET O near A labama. CT. PFTERT CH URCH-CORN KR ADAMS ? and Third ftreel. iJURVEYOR OF PORT-JOHN LOAGVK, t Front itreK,HetweiConrt andMadim. ijHIPPING TAGS PRINTED Oli PLAIN. tl tor sale low sjuiis onc. riuiOMPsON ft FRAZEK, ATT0R5KYS- it-i ia A -Law. 1 Madisoa Kreat. T AX OOLLECTOR J?RED WARNKR, KX- Boildinc. .... rh.r-. LARGEST CITT CmCULATIO Ten CeuU Per WeekT riiHIRD PRBSBYTKRIA tUUWU-tUB, J. Chal rHM) :heliea and Sixth atreeia. PUILL1PS A CIRODK. WIIIJLK- X ale Groceri aud Cotton Facton, iHM Front T iRIloT DEEDS FOR SALE LOW AT THIS olSoe, mOHACCO AND CIGARS-A LARGE AND I nuuurlor hock at 1 nunnouu, a uw. v-. Tobacoonisls, 34H Main itreet. jeVlro I'KKASURKR W iLililAU eaiioBo, nhante Building. J. . . .. nn MuiL'iJ IPV pRUDEAC, F. X.. DEALER IN W A TCHJiB a Jewelry, eic... t minus"" """ I IN1TED STATUS Ulinnn. a. a- '"-' . ;-77r.. . u iniu J ell. . Main itreei. np "; u a r irDlSTRICT ATTORN Kx-JOnH is. . Williamson. &I3 Main street, up stain. ESEY, W., DEALER IN BRANDIES, .V Winei. etc., WW ltaukavenue. jniJJu XUMTcTELLfSARRrAGESllOP; ,C0R; UlZ.1 ,1UV ner Second and Gayoso ts. myl&-3in WHARFMASTER-J. J. uHLiT't phil and 6t-Jwuis paoklJJyjiarjW. HITMoRE BRofiikRS. STEAM JOB Printers, Madison street. PUBLIC LEDGER. rOBI.IHHKD FVKKY AFTERNOON. EXCEPT SUNDAY. ST Wllham A. and Edwin Whltmore, , Under tho firm style of WHITMORE BROTHERS, No. 13 Madliou Street. The Public Lxdokb will be rrti to Ciiy Sulweriben by laitblul oarners ai i e,.., v c i . .... KUu tiuvnma weeair io iuc . - ' i kiv DOLLARS per annum, or Fifty Ceiita per month, in advauoe. dmnuuiiicalioue uik.u sulueoU of aeneral In terest to Hie publi. are at all tiiuei atTOptable, Dimna Mf A liVPHTIRlVG. !rt Insertion 1U oeuta er line Subsequent lnrtioim , For Oae Week m m , For Two Weeks " For Three Weeks ' , n kf i L. 7.1 ror tine ifium , , Displayed advertisements will be charred ac oordinr to the hpaC occupied, at above rates there beinc twelre lines of .olid typa Ui lb. DN,!tie In local column Inserted for twenty eenU per line for each insertion. Special Notices inserted for ten oenui per Una fur each Insertion. . . w i. .itvnri an ii nrlpr superior In ducemcnts, both as to rate of eharfea aol man ner of displaying thoir fsvors. U.A'tl.. All idvertisemenli should be marltea me specific lenirth ol time ther are to be puhlisbed. If not lit marked, they will be inserted for one month, and chanted aocopiinKiy. k'...: t Rt -iiiUi. ,ni1 Dmth Will be IU' sorted in the Public Lruokx si turns of news. But anything beyond the mete ,.nr,"un2"m? will be eharged for at the rati U oent per '"Advertisements published at intervals will be eharircd lenoenls per line for eaoh msertion. All hills for advertising are due when con tp.,eie,l and oavslile nil demand, f ' avu-aii lniiem. whether upon business or ntherWi"' mTu rTMorEBROTH ERS. ' l'ulilishenand Proprietors. lh Early Life of Oen itonewall Jackioa, From Ihe Richmon l. (Va.) Wblg.J ' Tho ainrlt from which Iib descended that sfronir nlock known na the fin..t..li.TriMl." "which contributed an other grout mnn of the aame name, An drew Jackson, to the New World. Indeed hai momnrv nf the two heruic men An drew nd 't J. Jackson, have been traced up to the same Parish, Londonderry; ifi of relationship have been i adduced Ilia loutlder of the iStiniew.ilhfamilv was an enii Krant 1'rora London John Jackson, who crosseu tne Aiiuniiu m iim ai.pi j.m..i;, a man r uf nlai n uiilid. flu let hut detomiined ihuracter, wound judg ment ami excellent morals His will Elizabeth Cummins, from London, was a woman of masculine stature, and her understanding and energies corres ponded to the vigor of her bodily frnrae. It was from these two emigrants that the Jackson family of Virginia sprang; and the Rtrong qualities that distin guished them have been transmitted to their nosterity. Elizabeth, the wife of John Jackson, lived until 1x25, reaching the extreme age of one hundred and hve years. She was still living when Stone wall Jackson was born, January 21, 1824. At the age of seven young Thomas was an orphan, and found shelter under the roof of his relatives. It seems odd to hear that "he was a pretty and engag ing child, with rosy and almost feminine cheeks." It appears much more consis tent with our present ideas of his char acter to Bee him, while yet a boy, enter (he house of a relative in Clarkslsurg, and hear him say in a very quiet ton--" Uncle Brake and I don't agree ; I have quit him, and shall not go back any more" a resolution he maintained in the face of the most earnest expostula tions. We cannot restrain a feeling of gratitude towards that big-limbed, strong willed, hall-brother of his father, Cum mins Jackson, his liberal batchelor uncle, who now extended to him the hos pitalities of his homo in which already resided one of his brothers and two of his aunts. Here he remained, treated as a son. and, companion, attending the country school hi the neighborhood, until he waa induced by his elder brother to accompany him to the house of, mater nal uncle, Mr. Neale. We next see them seeking their fortunes in the Far West living in a cabin on one of the lonely islands of the Mississippi, and employing themselves in cutting firewood for the furnaces of the steamer. We find our hero returning in the fall, "travel-soiled, ragged and emaciated by the ague," to the hospitable roof of his uncle Cum mins, from whom he received "the liberal treatment of a son." It is pleas ant to see hire invest his first pocket money he ever earned in asilk dress for his outer Laura, who was under the care of relatives in Wood connty. At school his progress was slow, and the knowledge he acquired waa by laborious application, llis greatest aptitude ws for arithme tic. Ft is said that nothing could induce him to leave lesson unmastered. What he learned was with difficulty, but never forgotten. He was ever ready for the romp or play, excelled in jumping and climbing. He thus spent his lile from nine to sixteen, between the labors of the farm, the studies of the school room and the pastimes of the country. We are told that he " was a famous driver of oxen," and excelled in lifting and toating. We next ee him acting as constable, and fillinglhe office with indus try, firmrsess and fidelity. Uisuorlewasa sort of sporting gentleman. He kept rare-horses, " made up country race tnatrhee, and employed his nephew as his favorite rider whenever he expected a close contest" It was the gossip of all the country-side that if a horse had any winning qualities in him, Tom. Jack sou wonld bring them nnt The wvere morality of hit later life makes it almost pleating to us to hear from hit owe lipt that at the period here referred to, be " r , . I MEMPHIS.; TENNESSEE. FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 15, I860. was an ardent frequenter of races, of houas-raisingt and country dunces. These things show that he had a " touch ofuature. At the age ot eignieen ne . ,.r 1 ' . v. r..il appears in wasmngion iur, in a tun dress of homespun, ana nis wuoie waru robe contained in a pair of leathern saddle-bags. With the s aius of travel upon him, he goes, accompanied by his Congressional representative, to Bee the Secretary ot War, ana to nppiy tor an appointment as cadet at West Point His warrant ia made oat on the spot He enters Wsst Toint in July,18J2. Hi literary preparation was defective." But lie overcome every obstacle by bis almost superhuman energy. His industry, honesty, sense of duty and courtesy won the respect of his associates and profes sors. At the end of the first year, in a class of seventy-two, he stood forty fifth in Mathematics, seventieth in French, had fifteen demerit marks. fur nyscoqduct, and was forty-flfih in general tuorit 'At the end of the second year he stood eigh teen in Mathematics, fifty-second in French, sixty-eighth in Drawing, fifty fifth in Engineering studies; while he had incurred twenty-six demerits and ranked iMriiuih iii i d-niii'rul merit, 'The next vear he stood in Natural "Philosophy eleventh, in Chemistry twenty-fifth, in Drawine fiftv ninth. with no demerit r,,r ihe vear. and ireneral merit twentieth At the end of his final year he stood twelfth in Engineering, sixth in Ethics, elearpn th in Artillerv. twenty-first in In fantry Tactics aud elovenlb in Mineralogy and Geolocv. His demerit marks were wen. and his general standing as graduate was seventeenth. He graduated at West Point June 30, 1816, being then twenty-two years of age, and received, as waa the custom, the brevet rank of second- lieutenant of artillery. We next tee him in Mexico, where, by his courage, skill and brilliant service, he rose, in the short space of seven months, from the obscure position ot twevet seeonoj iieuienuui vu the rank of Urevet Major. It is said that no other officer in the army in Mex ico was promoted so often for meritori ous conduct, or made so great a etriue in rank. We next see him doing garrison Hfv in the citvof Mexico, quartered in the National Palace. He literally Wlcrerl "in the halls of the Mohtezu mas." Here he studied Spanish, and frequented the ,gay society ot the place. Ha foaiiiprl tnr ft time amon some edu- eatorl eppleainstics of the Church of Rome, whore he enjoyed "the per- fotinn nf luxurious comfort. It was at this period that vittil change in bis relk'ious character commenced due, it la aiianriuAlt f.O the efforts and influence nf bi ilevnut commander, .Col., Frank T.,l... At the close of the Mexican war he was transferred to Fort Hamilton, Long Island, where, in addition tn the pious teachings of Colonel Taylor, he enjoyed the religious instructions of the ltev. Mr. Parks, an Episcopal minister. , He was baptized by Mr. Parka, and admitted into the communion oi uis ciiurcn, mil h" il.a evnlioit umliTstanding, says his biog rapher, that he should not be considered a member of the " Episcopal denoiuina- 1. .. .1 I' 1 1.. ..I' fUm'.u ' Don, but 01 Hie camonc uuuj ui unei, "and that,, if ever his conscience and judgment were satisfied as to-" the most i riptural form of the church, he should leel himselt ceru-cny nee w hiil,e ii should be that or.Kotue other. Thence he was ordered to I'ort Meade, Tamna Bay, on the west coast of Florida. On the 27th of March, ISjl, he was elected Professor of Natural and Experi mental Philosophy and Artillery Tactics in ibe Military Academy l Virginia, where he remained until the breaking out of the war. Among those whose names were submitled to the acuity were ben. George B. McClellan, Gen. Keno and (lan MnsscrsnH. on the Federal side, and Gen! G. W. Smith of the lute Confederate nemv Rut Maior Jackson's election . ...j. - - unanimous. It was at Lexington that the character r l.i.L.nn wan matured, cemented ami aoloditied. - There, too, -hi religious dif c..ii.o. wore solved, and he muted him- .olf ;ih the Presbyterian Church, of which he died a member. At Lexington he studied closely, indelatigably. In ad ditirita Id his fcrofrssinal studies, he cul tivate,! mihiic sneaking ill a debating anpiptv until he became an excellent ano.kor He also was remarkable for his fervency and eloquence as a leader in prayer. , From 1S03 to lMol he con inArl a anndv school of slaves, con .;.tia,r nf 4,io'htv or a huudrod pupils, with twelve teachers, who were recruited from among the educated ladies and aantlamtn nf inn nlaca." He ras mar- and was a9 devoted a hus band as he was a faithful Christian. A valetudinarian from early childhood, he fat suinnmnli shed more labor and nb;vail mnre results than a score of robust men of the ordinary stamp would accomplish and achieve by their united f&'rtr-i ' '' ", 1 1 ' ' , ; " ' AN ANECDOTE WITH A POIKT. Don't Judgt a Kan by Hit Clothes. It is never quite safe to be churlish or impolite. A Boston manefacturer once lost some extensivo ordprs from Russia by want of attention to visitors, and the following incident, said to be literally true, it told of Philadelphia trader, who subjected himselt to great moriincnuon l.v iinmtliteness to Wusliitiirum Irving. jle had beeu much annoyed by idle calls, aud became a little crusty ; About this time the owner was one day standing iu his door, when up came rnnrh hinkini! man. in well bundled over i woarinir coarse, unoolished boots, and carrying in hit hand a whip, who thtia acrnsted him : "Gootl day, sir. Are yoa the owaer of this establishment?" ' "Well, I am," replied the other, with a look which teemed to tay, ." Now, you want to try it ; don t you r "Have you any fine carriages for sale? inquired the other, apparently not heed- lag trie Doorisnness oi me omer. " Well, I have I " , " , ' At what prices?" " HifTerent prices, of course " "Ah I yes. Can I look at them?" "You can do as you please, stranger. Thov are in there." The stranger bowed politely and passed in, examined the vehicles lor a tew mm ntes, returned, and said : "There it one. 1 think, will answer my purpose, pointing toward one " what ia the price ? " ' Two hundred dollars.' "Is that the lowest?" " That it the lowesL" Well. air. I will call and give you my decision to-morrow," and the stranger walked away. . ; Yet. You'll call to-morrow I Oh, yes .e.;nir renlied the owner in a toue o irony, aot to low but the stranger beard him; but he kept dn Iris way, taking do outward notice of it ' Fool me, will you 1 aud the owner commenced whistling. The next day came, and with it the stranger also. M '1 have come according io promise, said he. ' ' I see you have, sir, replied the ow ner, a little abashed. ' I will take that carriage, sir, ana to the astonishment ot tne oiDer, ne pulled out an old wallet, well stutled witn r... . ,., , ..j . . bills, and deliberately counieu on. iu hundred dollars. . Tht owner was completely staggered. Here was something new. A cabman ith an much money Ue took the mnnov. looked at ll. ana men bi inn stranger, eyed him from head to foot, and even sm ined hit boots attentively. Then he counted his money over, and held np each bill to the light to see if it was counterfeit No, all was good. A thnucht struck him : he would hnd out hie name ' ' I lunpose you would like a receipt i said he, at length, to tne stranger. " It may be as well. "Yes, sir. What name?' " Washington Irving." "Sir I" said the other, actually start ing back with amazement, did I under alAnd vonr name was " Washington Irving. repueu me other, an almost imperceptible smile hnvorino- around his mouth. "Washineton Irvine sir my dear ir " stammered the owner, confusedly, " 1 I I rea v. sir. beg ten mousana nardons. but I mistook you for a cab- n.n airt I did indeed !" , " No excuse, my friend," replied Ir ving, " I am no better than you iook me for Vnn acted nerfectlv right." and hav ing at length succeeded in getting hia receipt, amid a host of apologies, he po litely bade the humble carriage maker "e-ood day." and left him to the chagrin that he had mistaken for a cabman man whose lofty genius had commanded Ilia admiration of the whole World. The friend who related this anecdote asserted thatit was a faet and was told by the veritable owner himself. It doubt less proved a lesson to him not to judge men by their dress. Ten Cents a "Weel. Thi Poslio LsiKisa ?RI PUBLIC l.IDOKB hi Public Lsuera . Thi Poblio Lr.ooet Thi Public Lkuosk Thi Pusi.io Lkdoks Thi Puhi.io Ledukh Ten Cents a- Week. Is delivered to all Is delivered to all Is doll vemljlo all Is delivered to all la deliiorenl'o all la deliverviilto ai'. Ii delivered to all Ten Cents a. "VVeeli. Parts of the City Parts of theCily Paris of the City Parts of Ibe City Part id I lie City l:irUortheCity Harts of the City Ten Cents a Week. By Faithful Carr-arl By Faithful Currieri By Faithful Carrers By Faithful Carriers By Faithful Carmen i i By Faithful Carrara By Faithful Carriers Ten Cents a "Weelr. For Ten Cent) a iVeea F ir Ten Cents a W k For Ten Cents a Waek For Ten Cents a W ek For Ten Cents a Week For Ten Cents a Week Fur Ten Cents a Week Ten Cents a Week. Payable til he Carrion Payable to the Carriers P.irable to the Carrietl Pavnblo to the Carriets 'ayable to the C.irrieil 'nyab'e to Ihe Carrion Payable to the Carriers Ten Cents a Week. At the End of Each Week At the End of Each Wei k At the End of Eaeh Week At the End of Each Wet k At the End of Each Week At the End of Esoh Week A', the End of Each Week Ten Cents a Week. visvniirifi NfiT ALREADY RECEIVE J the paper, leave your orders at our Countins Kooin, atin ii win oeiaiiniunj ere.i ... ." future. W already have a LARGEK CITY CIRCULATION than any of our moraine: ; temporaries. "I wa intend to increase it until .i. o..i .i. wo m av l, liinnd in every resi dence an" huaine s house in Memphis, and thus make it TUB me hum lor our huiness mon ann merchants to laake known to the puhliowha' thoy may wish to dispose of. WHITIIOBB BBOTHEB8, IS Madison street.. XTUTICK.- Omi'S or Jitpoi Copsty Coitbt, 1 SIIV.IHT Ctll'XTV. Maa-riiiM. June 2. Ids5, By virtue of Hit power in Die vested as Judse ofthe County Cuiirt. I now appoint the follow ing MairistratM to take sba eaunieration of the Beholantic population, between Incases of six and twenty-one y. rs, in the varioui districu ol Shelhy county . district No. I-R. N. B0?TD. -W. P. VURK. - 3-.F. L. PERSON1. " 4 JAMES CAKROL. ft-JOHN C. CKEIU1ITON. " K-ANKREW HTEWAKT. " 7-E. PI' I.LI AM. 8 H. C. BREWER. - M. RODtlERS. - 1(1 T. C. BLECKLEY- H-W. H. WALKER. " 1-2-THOMAS 1I0LMAN " H-W. 8. WALTON. " lt-eityS. 6. MOURE. " 15 -R. B. MILLER. " W-C. L. BROOKg. - 17 JEREMIAH MAPPEY. The rentlemen herein named will mike im mediate applieation to J OHM LOAUliE. Clerk of ibe County Court, who will lurunh them with the aeeessary blank books and sta tionery lor the work. .... I he numeration must, if TiOSSlble. IX eoul (deled by the Mk inst.. and returned to the County Court Clerk, who will make his rotura io the Swetary of State by the 1st of July. It is of the greatest iniporlanre to the People ..r shell, r thai this work be eoramenred AT OXi;E. and preaaed through with the utmost "we"aresa.llvde6e!enl as to Common Sehooli; k.. h.r. hara M.mefallv neeleeted. Edura- tioa Is the bulwark of our republican inetita tions. 11 future attention and devotion to this fubjeet atone tor past derelietiom oi naiy, THOMAS LEONARD. Judire. t H TKa .nnnintM. will receive fair eon- peosatioB for their servieea, which will be al lowed by tn county court. x. a. MEDICAL. DR. BOH ANNAN, Not. 50 and 52 Pine Street, Between Third and Fourth, HT. LOUIS. - - - MIHMOUHI. Established In St Louis In 1S37. -iimira at T.DISRASES M'lTHOUT MER J cury, and in the shortest time possible, ha being the discoverer of VEUETABLK JtEMEDIEN That will eradicate all traces of VENEREAL DleEASE. Syphilis. Gonorrhea, Gleet, Strictures, Mercurial Affections, And dueasoiof the skin, yield immediately to his treat VEOETABLE MEDICl.NEd. lie euros all cases in ashorttimo. Recent nisei of iJouorrhea and byphilis posil ively cured in a few days, lie does not eoubne hia practice to the treatment of Venereal Aflectiona, but is as genera! as that of any other physician. AH FEMALE COMPLAINTS AND OBSTRUC TION ti removed hi a ihort liuie. The utmost seoresy can lie deiuded on, and those desirous ofconsultins hiiu by wail can do so by enclosinc stamp. ....,, Address DR. C. A. UOH ANNAN, Nus. &o A 52 Pine, bet. Third and Fourth its STe lattjj In, jM( SEMINAL WEAKNESS CUBED. DR. BOHANNAN'S VEGETABLE ELEC tuary, a pleasant and palatable cure for permaturrbea or seminal weakness. This rem edy, which has been used by the renowned Dr. Bohannan in hii private practice Ur over twenty-five years, waa never known t fail in curios tha worst cases of seminal weakness in from two to Ave weeks. After over twenty-five yean' use io private praetice. it is now adver tised solely for the benefit of the unfortunntee ... .-- ih.m from the hands of merciless quacks. if not from the grave. Price $. a box sent to all parts of the country. Forealeal Dr. Bo hsnnan'i oflice. No. fsi Pine strset. Iiotweeii Third and Fourth. Established ia St. Lonn in is:ff. MEDICAIi ADVICE FREE. i LL THOSE WHO ARE SUFKERINtJ i. from "bpermatorrhea or "Seminal V. eak neai," or any PrivaU Disease, or are in doubt as to the exact nature of their enmplaint.should send at enoe for Dr. liohannan's ' 1 runttse .on Rlieoial Diseases," which gives a full descrip tion, symutous. eto- of all Chrome and "Special" diseases, as to leave no room tor doubt. This valuable work is sent FREE Ui any address. Direct to Dr. C. A. BOII A N NAN. Nos. oDandfri Pine atreet. between Third and Fourth streets. St. Louis, Mo. katabli.'lied in SI. Louis in WXI. anai-liu LADIES DESIRING A ILEAK AND ri ntTt T r Trf I " a a I nlS DBLIGIITFIjL TOILET Annex. as no equal for Preserving and Boautnyiug the Complexion and Mm. UflDot. 74 Fulton Btreet, H. Y. r.lrl Vv nriiyit everywhere. arA-lv ACENCIES. w P PATTI.. I (1. T). CROCKETT Formerly with Hill- Formerly withUillwan man Broi., Mempbit. I ilros., naaovuie, l'Al'I. k CHOCK ETT, Agents for HILLMAN BKOTHEH SON8' Celebrated TENNESSEE CHARCOAL IROX. The ouly Stnck kept in the city. Xo. 210 Front Street, MEMPHIS, .TENN. A. full supply conwtantly on h d. mar.tH-3m COl'AKTMERSIIIP. ltfE HAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED ourselves together for the purpose of do ing a lioneral Commission Business, under the firm style of Minter, Berlin Jl Dabba. March 15, )m0. JOHN A. MINTER. JOHN W. DABB8, Uonry Co., Va. Danville. a. Wm. I. BERLIN. Memphis, Teno. Virginia Tobacco Agency. MINTEtt, BERLIN' & DAUBS. Cotton, Tobacco Factors, AUD General Commission Merchants, No 12 Wast Court SUett, MEMPHIS, TENN. Our special atleution given to the sale of all kimLnil produce. Orden solicited for the pur ehwe of goods when the money aoeompaniea Ibe order. marHl-Sm St. Louis Paper Warehouse. H. B. GRAHAM & BRO., 83 Second Street, Mt. Iula, . Misaonrl. ' K OFFER THR LARGEST STOCK OF Paper ia th Meat at ,U I I, I. l'KIC E 8. ivil and Military BLANKS For Salt at this . " mil Ml Vi : NO.' 88. INSURANCE. INSUEE -WIT1I- LINUSEI& VKEDENBtRGH sonars yoa thi pollowi.vo riaST-CLss Comfakiia: IT MMm Home Insurance Co. OF -NEW YORK. ' Security Insurance Co. OF NEW YORK. Capital, l,(JO,roO U Ml II 1s a 1 1 ao W l i7 1 HI.' W -'l'l I.V Vi XI. either Fire, Marine or Hull, would do well DESIRING INSURANCE. larine ur 11 ul to call ui'i'iij LINDSBT & VREDENBTJRGH Before effectinr Insurance elsewhert. Wo'. 1 3IaIiHon Mtrcct, 1 -Sol Mi mpbii, Tenn MECHANICAL. JOSEPH FLA1TOEBY, lla.HiidHleam Iiie JiMttvr, 2l'2S Kacoad Street, corner of J.ffenon Btreet MEMPHIS, TEH. rvvva niNKTANTLV OAI HAND A well selected stock '' Iron and itrass l.m and Force Pamr. jeVXm thoi. MATDWKI.L. JiS. isnrisiiir. MAYDWELL k ANDERSON, Marble AVork.s, Ot UNION rTl'ItKBT. Between Seoond and ThirJ, MEMPHIS TENNESSEE. nnxilMRNTS TOMBS. !EA!l AND il Foot Stones. Mantles. Vases Counter and Table Tops, Furuiturr Main, etc., of the best Italian aud American Marble executed in. good styleand at reasonable prices. Ourwork isour reference. Call and see. wvll'-niu OUR TWENTY-FIFTH TEAR IN MEMPHIS. JF. II. CLAltlC & CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, SILVERWARE. POCKET-KNIVES. TABLE CUTLERY. CLOCKS. AND A L large assortment of Duns, Pistols and Am munition, terms easn. Ml 1 CLARK'S MARBLE BLOCK. myl-3m Corner Main and Madison sta WESTERN FOUNPRY ! Machine Shop. WM. A. ROBINSON ft CO. Wu. A. RostNtov. F. A. Mykkli. R. NirnuLsoa, T. h. Sacndiu, AFTER A SUSPENSION OF BUSTNKSS lor nearly four years, we again come before tho puhlie, soliciting a share of patronage io the abort branches of business in our buildiuas H1IKLHY BTltKKT, Opposite tht Oayow Hou.-e. We are prepared to build and repair Saw Villc. Knrin. alii.: furnibh all kinds of Cil.1- iiik-s tor lSuildn.ire. Plantations. Railroads or Steaintioais. With an experience of twenty' Ave vanrs aa nraclirai mechanics and machtn- Ut. we feel confident of our ability to give sat isfaction. Our priees shall be as low as the ax- pense ot labor and material win aamu oi. sp'JI-3m CITY ASSESSMENT FCR THE FORTIETH CORPORATE VEAR. Mayo' Orrin. City Hall, 4.weiim Jam s lrtai. 1 Till riMlK CITV ASSESSMENT FOR THE J Kurt let a t orporaJe tear oeingeoeieewM all pa rues an. own prorwny in me Memphis are hereby notified that, if theyde ire to make ot have made, ia Ibe City Asses sor's book for the Fortieth Orii.rste ear. any change, or wi-h to offer any objection to te as sessment, thai the Assessor's h.H,k will be opea for iB'peotioa aud re i-wn diirm tea day. Irons this dale. All parties win. le parcbased property during the l.sr e-rprate year, or whose property has beea iBacearateiy described in last yaw's ux book, either by aame of owner or by boBds or metee, skowld call at the May or's amce wilhia Ibe text tea JU; days and hate the proper correct ions trade. i,7-li JUllJi PARK. Mayer. g W tj 5 48,000,000 DOLLARS , i .. ' ' . - Of PROPERTY . 4 " Destroyed, by Fire, Within the limiu of tht Unlbsd States. ' -' - ' . ; : i. DURINO THE TEAR 1865, SHOULD BUGQESTTHa NECHoBlXi ur good iniuranoe to every man who desires to Sroteet bimseii acuinii ine loss wmcn luuvna u. . is wake of fire. Gives assurance to the public that choice indem nity, of a wholesome and permanen t character, is strongly gnarantaM by i uuiuii i oucio.. I ! 110,613 31 t.ARRFR AtunSTED AND PAID during tht year ISO', io a very marked and striking man ner exhibits the solid, substantial, and laithful service rendered patron, by t he PhoBirix, as well as its ability to pasi through soasons prolific or onflagrations, with honor and profit to those most interested. $O0,000 00 Cash income, for the past year reveali the eon Itant and steady progress of this popular cor- peration In tne taoe oi a outer, iiuiku.b, uv illegitimate eotnpetitioa. i. ...H..i,nd e.i dividend to fi toek- holders of fourteen por cent, upon lU oapiul itik. line iu incorporation, portrays the great laoeesa and liability of this eminent Institu tion, the luperior financial accuracy displayed la iu investments, and the important truth that the management of the P1KENIX is in the hands of those who know how, luooesafoily, to eouduct a FIBST-CLA88 Fire Insurance Company. Western Mranch. No. 24 West Fourth Street. Cincinnati, Ohio. II. M. MAOILL, Oeii'I Agent. Losses ocmrrini at this Agency, under poli cies issued lor the Phoenix, will be adjusted and paid here in bankable funds. Policies Issued promptly by HERMAN FIELD, ' Resident Agent, Office No. 1 Madison btreet, UP STAIRS, Entianet on Front Btrtet. lo5-:tm I. A. LITTLITOS. II. A. LITTLETON A CO.'S INSURANCE AGENCY. NINETY-THIRD STATEMENT .tna Insurance Company, Jlnrttot il, Conn.. JANUARY 1, I,OOT,133 H ....... U14.3U1 -a i 3,!23.0H 3 Lilabilitltn Nett Anwetai... THIS VKTERAN OK 10,000 FIKEK, STILL. HAHU AT WOliK. EJicieut organization of 4000 practical Underwriter, front Nova Scotia to California and Lake Superior, Mexico and tht Gulf, harmo nising ihe tciaict of aver age irt'fA compensating rates to the ad vancement of the public welfare. Flattering v TetUmonlala TNA INSURANCE COJIPANY, from tht Inraranee Department of tha STATE OIT WKW YOI11C Til IKSCaUDCl COIllISSIOSIl TO TBI LIQI3LA Ti'kt: The .Etna Insurance Company, of Hartford. one ofthe most successful Fire lusurance Com panies of this or any otner country. "Connecticut Companies follow the rules and S radices of the iCtna almost aaearelully as if lay were embodied ia statute law." I Again, pointing to errors of praetice in I New York eompaniet, the Aims', successful management and solid rules are eanea to weir ttumuon thus: T stilt remains wore a matter ot wonder thsa imilatioa ia the insurance world." nah. aahtlaalchamy has thiseomoratios been enabled to turn its full-paid capital into UejhUoeopber'itoneT" . . , The extraordinary erents which hart dis tinguished it unparalleled financial history. til ar.rm losses rer diem ia the Tnited gules, at this period at the year, art about KSO.OOO. The Ulearraph daily toaads startling note. warning to' all prudent persons. DO NOT NEGLECT TnE PECWITY 01 RKLIABLK I.Nal'RaNCI. Policial iened wlthott delay by H. A. LITTLETON CC . Ag'ta. taart-tai 1TI Treat Strati, av ttaira.