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SBURY CHAPEL, CORN KK HERNANuO
. and Linden it. Rev. Guilford J ones, pastor.
OOTS AND 8I10ES MADE TO ORDER
by F, llonnlger. vt wauison su ma-oui
ILLS OK LADING FOR BALK LOW AT
WARDING, 7 UU PKK WEEK. AT COR.
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CtUINA, GLASS AND QUKKNBWARK. at
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i HMLOIL. LAMPS. CHIMNEYS. TIN-'
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IT f 1 it..li;a l.j.yliia
i UUCKAftAW LOUGH NO.
a i nasi V.
,,., at O id Fallowi!' Hall Wednesday night
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dun ana aiuiuerry sirrwe. r .
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Kj l. L. Stewart. Clerk. luuoujt.
ill. ENGiTTEKK-JTU. MoCLURE. EX.
t ehanaa l.uiliinv.
CiLAPP, VANCK AiiDEtloon. At iuiv
i uey-t-l.a. Seldeu Building, 15 Madison
aired. .Moll. Hill, leon.
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i ioMMbHC'lAL HOTEL, COR. FRONT 4
j Jertcrson. Wheeler A Bryaon, pro mis
ioMjioN L.iAl) CHANCERY COURT
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i tOliNTWUUIeirER-CHAil. W JOIUV
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Court u-oUjRej lrUaTuspar
rUtaoM"HOUSK. CORNKK MAIN AND
V.V Jelleriwn treeta!jytairfc
hUUS A Nil MEUICINES AT CKOMS a
i i:u Haal elraei. m-..
TTTTAV 4 CO.. COTTON FACTORS, ill
l) Krouajreet. Memi'liu. lenn niWJlni
TTT.. LtE. OEEOtj-lfOR SALE AT
Li Pnn.ii; I.kiiiikk Ottice.
I tKUd OF
1 tbia oliice
EEOS OF GIFT FoR SALE LOW Ai
RAY TICKKTii FOR bALb. LUn AI
V i-i., u.K N HATI.Y PH1NTEO AT TUB
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JISTi' MKTHOUWT OHUKCH CORNKK
. ur iuiru wwf "i1?1
MRANk'CUMMlNOS. ROC EH 4 COJi
X mmion MerebajStMNipJareiniM
Tj yrALlEN McCh'KA. GROCERS.
IT a,.A Cotton Faetora. M Front it. i.i-Am
1AY0SO 8AVIN0Sj INSTITUTION. NO.
VT Ul Mlionatraat.deaL(iu Exchauue. Oolil,
riilver and Uncurrent Money. K. AI. Avery,
Cahier. JobnC.J.anier Preatapllljyyl
-r'AYo5o ENCAMPMENT NO. 8, MEETS IN
: 1 Odd Kallowa' Hall on the, 8rt aud third
1 hurfdayt oi earb uiontb
KRMAlf CATHOLIC CH URCH-CORN R
JI Maraei ana Anna airoatw.
i tTToUR BUtfUIKS RKPA1REU AN 0
; Ij puiiiled by Win. C. Ellia, our. Secoud ami
U.yi.noHrocU. ' myliiim
7TKACk7 CHURCH. UERNANbO SlKfcEl
I nearVanea. Jle.J. A. VV haeka-. .ilor.
7 Ti k KNL A V '8 ni'ERA HALL. CORNER
I I of Seoond and U ninn
-rZ 1.Y,777.. - 7.i i...n.'1'..U ami.
(KHiUI. WOttU ". W"""
I Tobacco Faetora and Oeueral Coiuiniaaion
Marcliaula. ai Frout at,, Mmiun; uiZl-liu
MA TS. CAPS AND FURS AT 1W MAIN
ih1' W,b,t" BWM',H. WUEATON,
AMILTON LODGE. F. A. A. 41.. ON fcH
OuJ teliowj nan.
EALTH OFFICER-Dll. WM. C.CA VA
EBRKW-SYN AUOU U E - DESOTO ST..
Detweea vuion anu j.unm-
OUtSK LKASEd FOR SALE LoW At
UNT, THOMAS H.. 4 CO.. PREMIUM
i,k Woi.lan Dven. JW Seoond. inlViia
NbPECT'OR B. DECKER, BLUFF. BKT.
Adauii audWa-hiiijtoui.tret. ,
NM'KANCK. LI.NDSKY 4 VRKUEN-
BIj HUH, Ania. an. m aui"n c-,.-.
JACKSON 4 VAN BROCKLIW. AUCllOjN
and Uomuiiaaion. U adiaun It. ml 4
JUST. A.. GENTS' AXD BOYS' CLOTHING
and FnrniajMnaGowj'jjMaintt. ma-IB
PanFleases FOR SALE LOW AT THIS
1 BATHE!'. StiOK-FIN DINGS d PLAs
j terer'e hair, by Sobeibler 4 Co., No. 1U5
Mametreat. mylJ ltn
1KL1A ScoTT LODGE. F. A. A. M.. COR
j nar Second andMadi!ion at recta.
EW1S4 FIN N 1 E, ATTORN K Y SAT LAW
ljand folicitort in Chancery, No. Uu Saroud
.ireet, iSlmanjockjAleinphia. in!7-lm
. i LOYD, DR. C. S.. OFFICE 4li MAIN
ETROPOLITAN POLICE COMMIS-
aionera-ouice i( mauiaon .. k au.,,..
METROPOLITAN HOTEL, 1IW AND .111
Adaina alreet. Mampbia. Z. H. W bit.
wore. Proprietor. mylH-lm
MORGAN, ALLEN F.. PROr-RlMUiJ u
Mor.an'1 tjelf-riliur Flour, No. 448 Man
atreet. aouib of Beal. ay-am
etc. Ueaoto UlocK, Maanon n. aK-jin
PIANOS. CABINET ORGANS,
luaicai Intramnta and Mnilcal Mer-
chandiae reneraily, at g. Katenbacb'i. S17
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f ANIFESTS FOR ST
1X aale low at thir office.
AYOK'S OFFICE. EXCHANGE BUILD-
in. Jobn fara, mayor.
EMPHIS LODGE NO. 6. I. O. 0. F.
roeeta atooa reiiowa nan laraiHymrnim
EW MEMPHIS THEATRE, JEFFERSON
at., near Third. W. C. Tliiiuipann. wianaaer
LD HATS MADK NEV7 BY M.COHEN.
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DDFELL0W6' HALL, CORN tRJi Al.n
and Conrt arreeta.
illl'EETT M HANSON. ATTOHftElB. fto.
1 15 Madiaun Wreet, Heldenlock.ilHni
1ETER8 4 WILLIAMSON, ATT0BNEY8-at-law
and General Claim AfenU, Mad
laon atreet, Deaoto Block. Meinphia. jelO-lm
1RESC0TT 4 CO.. 0. P.. COAL OIL AND
Lampi. Chimneys, Tinware, Soafl. Lard
Oil, 40 Jrffcraon aircet. jc4-8m
)A1NT STORK. ARTIST MATERIALS.
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l0ST-OFFICK, CORNER THIRD AND
L Jefferaon at recta. K. C. Oim, Pnatma-ter.
UIT CLAIM DEEDS
POJt rALK LOW
at thu omce.
llECORDKH'S COURT, ADAMS STREET,
IV near inim.
R'EGISTKR. L. R. RICHARDS OFFICE
SECOND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH-COR.
Main and H-aJ atreett.
L-UKRIFF-P. M. WINTERS, GREEN
O law'i Baildint. Second atreet- neejJjion.
TbC0ND BAPTIST CHURCH CORNER
O Beaenth and Cheleen.
1JUTH MEMPHIS CUMBERLAND PRE3-
byteria C'bnreb hcnola at. near vance.
SOUTH MEMPHIS LODGE, F. A. A. M ,
eomer Second and Madison atrewta.
kjTECIAL AGENT TRSAPI RY DEPART
O ment D J Barnita.eor. Jefferaon and Main.
yi.MARY'8 CHURCH POPLAR. SIEEEJ
O near Alabama.
2T. PETER 8 CHLB.CH CUtt aauiai
U and I nira nreen,
SI RV EYOaV or runi-guna iaja'h. .
Front rtra, ba"aa Coart aad Madiaon.
ilHlPPlNtJ rf AGP-PKINIED OR PLAIN.
O for aale lowaUhil office.
'FllOMPSON FRAZER. ATIORNEYS-Iat-Lawl8
Madiaon at. r-lia
rjiAX COLLEiTOR-fRtD A&5EJB, IX
X cbaacn Buildins-
D:lIMf 1 IP.
1 ,.U liJ M i Jl. XJ
Jly lVliituioro llrotliera.
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rTIrtlRD PR ES B nlfk I CIl V l(t'H -CO P .
i. ) he aea and Siih iircen.
f"iOOF. PHILLIPS 4 CIRODK. WUOLE
1 sale Orooers and Cotton Faotors, 2U(i Krnnl
street. i '
M'RUSl' DEEDS FOR SALE LOW AT THIS
riUJUACCO AND CIGARS-A LARGE AND
1 aupsriur at 1 hurtnond, Foalw 4 Co. a.
'RKASURER WILLIAM BRIDGES. EX-
I cbanenujiming: .
FHt UDEaTTF. X.. DEALER IN ATCHjSS
I l.lrv etc.. 7 Matlison mrcct. jolo-lin
M l ED STATES CLERK A. S. MU CH-
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"rTTiTsi' r ictTTTto R n k Y J o n n l.
. usii,.,,,.,,,,. S Mnin atreet, up stairs.
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NI Bank avenue. mil m
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ner Second andGayoo st. myl!-3in
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phis and St. boun racaca u.
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Last Hourt of Oen. Wm. Barksdalo.
We hiive been kindly furnlaliej witb
interesting, partieiiluM of the wiiuniiiiig,
denth nd btirinl of the pullant nnd la
menlcil HiirltHdule on the field of Oettjrs
burg. The details of the sad affair were
written ont and sent, to the widow of the
deceaxed by a nohlo-hearted Federal olfi
rer, liobert A. CaBsidy, Prin. Min. 19th
V. It. C, who wks present at the cloning
ecene. Jfixtisxippi Index. . , , .
Baraoks N , S, Pitts TAiir, I
i fct.MiKA.N. Y., May. lmvt. )
On Thursday evtiiinn July 2d, at
about B o'clock while the battle of Get
tysburg raped with appalling' severity
tilonx that portion of the line extending
from the cemetery on the riirht to the
VRoundtop" on the left, Oen. Barksdule
leading his command in a desperiie
charge :on onr left eenlre fell mortally
wounded within les than a hundred
yarls of our lines. His fall at the very
moment when the presence of a com
manding officer is most required to en
courage men 'to renewed exertion and
gacrifice was speedily followed by the
complete dispersion or enpture of his
command. As soon as the discomfltted
troops had retired and the firing ceased,
the General was conveyed, as tenderly
ss circumstances would permit, from the
6eld to the small house about fifty yards
in rear of the line of battle, there to
await the arrival of an ambulance in
which to carry him to a hospital. Every
available spot in the house being already
packed to repletion with wounded, a
conch was made of blankets upon the
ground near the house-yard, and the
General tenderly deposited upon it.
Here I found him just after dark, while
moving around in compmy with Assist
ant Surgeon- James Hamilton, of my
regiment, endeavoring to render com
fortable the wounded, who had been con
veyed in large numbers to this spot I
came ojpon the General accidentally, and
by the fight of a candle which I , held in
my hand, discovered that he was an offi
cer of distinction. Kneeling at his side,
I asked him if he desired any assistance,
and tendered him a drink from my can
teen, which I had filled with cold water
just before dark. He informed ma that
he was very thirsty, and 1 endeavored to
give him water from the canteen, hnt was
unable to do so in consequence of his re
enmbent position, and the piiio from his
wounds was so great as not to admit of
bis being raised upright. I then placed
the candle in the bands of one of the boys
standing near, and taking my spoon from
my haversack, filled it several times, and
the General drank the water with fever
ish avidity. Seeing Dr. Hamilton about
this time, I called to him the General
having previously informed me of his
name, rank, and that his command con
stituted a part of McLaw's division,
Longdtreet't corps ; also that he had been
in Congress for six years, if I mistake
not saying that we had a dangerous
case perhaps he could do something fur
iL The Doctor immediately came to
where 1 was Bitting, examined the Gen
eral's wounds, and in response to his in
terrogatory as to their nature and proba
ble results, informed biro in kind bat con
fident terms that they were mortal, and
that the best that could be done was to
render him as comfortable as possible;
and to this end began to administer mor
phine as a means of assuaging the pain.
Taking the General'a right hand in my
left, and holding the poon in my right,!
began the administration of the mor
phine.diasolved in water. The General in
quired several times, '"Do yon think there
is no hope T ' " How long do ron think 1
can live ?". To which I could but reply,
" General, there is no hope ; yon are now
sinking rapidly; compose yourself; we
shall do all in our power to make Toil
comfortable." About this time an officer
came op, and tipon aar-ertaining who we
had in charge asked if the General would
like little liqeor, te which the latter re
plied affirmatively. The spoon was then
tilled with liquor and preaaed to his lips,
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MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 18, 180G.
I -i .' . '! ,, . ; .
but after sipping a small portion he de
sired to have it dilated, complaining that
It was too strong. About thir. time la
1 iokrd imploringly into my face and
gasped "Water I walerl ten dollars for
one canteen of such water as I know you
have in this country I" We assured bjtn
that the water which he was drinking
from ray canteen was aa good as could
be obtained, and he seemed satisfied. At
another time he exclaimed, with great
ptirt "Beware I You will have Long
street thundering in your rear in the
morning !" Excepting this expression, I
dou't remember to have heard him allude
t the battle, which was then as events
afterwards proved but half over. No
ticing that his strength was failing
rapidly, I sought to com pose him and con
tinued to administer water, dissolved
morphine and diluted liquor alternately,
until I saw that he1 was very near the
verge of the dark river. I reminded him
that he had but a few moments to live,
and that he would soou stand in the
presence of the final judge. I am not
certain that he made any direct reply to
this observation, although incoherent uu
terances escaped him frequently until the
last. Before I relinquished my gratip
upon his hand I felt it chilling in disso
lution, and having satisfied myself that
I bad done all that human instrumental
ity could accomplish to soften hi fall
into the arms of death, left him to per
form similar offices to others, hundreds
of whom, belonging to both armiiw, lsy
strewn upon the ground about him.
Before leaving hia now almost inani
mate body, I was assured there was an
individual present who was authorized to
receive his private valuables, and not
doubting the honesty of the claimant's
intentions left with the understanding
that they were to be delivered by this in
dividual to some Colonel, desiguaked by
proper authority to receive them. I af
terwards ascertained, however, that this
statement was a ruse, concocted by the
despicable vultures who make robbing
the dead a business, to secure the booty
after the departure of those who might
have deposited them where tliey; oould
have been recovered by those to whom
they properly belonged.
Of the General's wounds I can but
give casual description. As far as 1
could see, there were two one in the
left breast, produced, I should think, by
a grape-shot, aa it was too large to have
Ween made by a musket ball, and one
through the left leg, about midway be
tween the ankle( and knee. The first
was sufficient in itself to have produced
death, as the lung was cut, and at every
inhalation the blood was forced, copi
ously with a sputtering noise from the
wound. ,This fact rendered respiration
difficult and exceedingly painful. The
wound through the leg seemed to have
produced a fracture which caused con
siderable pain, and tfaa evidently the
work of a minie ball.
Juat after daylight on Friday morning
I passed the General's body, but as a
battl was momentarily expected, bad
but little time to examine into his con
dition. He was lying, however, precisely
in the position in which I had left iim,
but the trophy hunters had cut from his
fatigue-jacket the insignia of rank, and
all the button but one, which, with the
shoulder belt of his sword equipments I
now have in my possession, subjt ot to
your order. On pausing the place on
my way to the rear later in the dny I
found that his body had been interred,
but a few feet from where he died, and
t ic grave marked.
. . . - i '
Jenki Tried for a Fenian.
Everything has its humors, ai-d Ft
niani&m is no exception to lie rule. A
correspondent of a Western paper has
the following account of the trial of the
TESTIMONY OF BK OALI
Q. Doyou know O'Jenk,? , ,
A. O who?
Q. O' Jenks.
A. Yes, I am slightunlly acquainted
. Q. How longT
' A. About five feet ten at breakfast, but
fully six feet about lunch time. 1
. Q. I mean for what period of time have
you known him ? ' " ' 1
A. Since the year ol the Convention.
I cut his acquaintance after he took the
test oath, .-!'.. t '.
Q. Did you hear him make a speech
Cahokia on Tuesday night? if so, re
late, verbatim, et literatim, et punctua-
. ,, .. . '. t u. i :j
tim, et ipeuaiim, precisei u u imm,
and imitate his manner, actions, and
A. He first sat on a cotton-wood stump,
with his elbows on bis knees and his chin
resting upon the palms of his hands.
Gazing into the crystal depths of the
Mississippi, he said : Romans, coun
trymen, and finny ones; if to love the
blue eyes of .Erin s fair daughters; if to
have a weakness for Irish whiskey ; if to
hate being bored by a bull named John;
if to have been with Sherman to see the
contrabands; I say, if this be treason 1
am a traitor, and the; Executive Attor
ney can put that in his pipe and smoke
it He then drew from his vest pocket a
round quart bottle mid poured I lie con
tents into a hole.
. Q.i What sort of a hole? . i
' A. I think it was a rat hole, for it could
not be filled.
Q. Did you hear him use this expres
sion, " I intend to walk into Canada," or
anvthing like it?
A. Yes; he said there was a fellow
named Kennedy wl.o had tied a tin pan
to the tail of his Mark aud tan, and the
first chance he got ho would walk into
Kennedy like a thousand bricks.
Q. Mr. Ben Gall, are you a Fenian ?
A. I am, every inch of me, and so was
my mother before me, and so were all
my aunt's sinters.
Q Which wing do you belong to ?
A. To the wing that dies fastest at the
throat of the tyrant
Q Did yon contribute any gunboats
for the invasion of Canada ?
f A. I gave Tim McComienl a pair of
Q. Are yon any relation of General
A. He is my stepfather. He learned
me to keep step down here at the arse
nal. Q. Is your mother's sister's first cou
sin's brother a Fenian ?
A. 1 decline to answer, as it might im
plicate my grandmother's half-brother's
node's aon-in-law. "' ' 1 "
Judge You are entitled to the protec
tion of the court, and will not be ques
tioned any further. . ,.
Oxfox was not sworn, but he said he d
he d d if he knew anything about the
Finnigans, and never heard of O Jenki
in his life.
Vpon this testimony I was condemned
LARGEST CITY CIBCUleATIO.V.
l. ....I.J tarn nf th Fenian
HI in m , 1 UH.ll .nw w.
Sisterhood were selected as execution
ers. When I am dead and gone, l snail
send you a lock of my hair. Till then,
I remain yours, Fenianly.
; "Hew Code."
The following burlesque "code of
laws" was extensively circulated in New
York, Sunday, May '20th :
Whereas, It is clearly demonstrated
that a white man is incapable of taking
care of himself, it has become necesaaiy
for the blacks (Republican) to place
guardians over the same :
1. Therefore be it known and obeyed,
that every white man has the privilege
to drink, eat, etc., with the black man.
2. Every white man must be in bed or
station-house at nine p.m., and get np at
3. Every white) man seen on the street
during church time to be arrested and
sent to church or station-house.
4. No eating, drinking, or riding on
5. No smoking on the street.
6. No white man allowed to kiss his
wife or lover on Sundays.
7. No policeman is permitted to talk
over half an hour to any ladies or other
people's wives. '
8. No family must eat meat or game
on Monday, for fear of being killed on
Sunday. Eggs laid on Sunday not per
mitted. " '
9. Flowers are forbidden to grow on
10. Brewing of beer, etc., on Saturday,
is strictly forbidden, for feaf of working
11. Gentlemen having rooms, and hav
ing no sitting place (say 30,000) are
compelled to walk the streets, are con
sidered loafers and outcasts, and are lia
ble to arrest as such, and will be sent to
12. Every dwelling must close at nine
13. Extra police will prevent people
going to Jersey to spend their money.
14. Sections 4, 11, 44. Every dog or
cat caught killing rats on Sunday shall
be hung. '
Ten CentH a. Woelr.
Th Public Lsnosa
?u Public Lsnosa
ni Public Lkoosb
Tub Publio Lkdobb
Th Publio Lkdqkb
Thi Public Lkuoei
Tbs Public Liuukb,
Ten CentH a. Week.
Is delivered to all
la delivered to all
Is delivered to all
Is deliveredrto all
la delivervujto all
Is delivered to all
Ten CentH a, Week.
Part of the City
Parts of tlia City
Partu of the City
Parts of the City
Paris ol tne City
Parti nf the City
Parts ot tlie c'uy
Ten Cent a. VVeolr.
II v Faiihful
Ten Oentw it Weolr.
F ir Ten C'aut a roeg
F -r Ten Cuta a V.k
F t Ten Cent a W.-ck , , , .
for Ten Cents a Week
For Tea Cents a Work
For Ten Cants a Week
Ten Cents n Week.
Pa able b ka Carrier,
Payable lo the Carriei,
Pavable to the Carrier,
Piivahle to the Carriei,
Payable to the Carriers
, Payabl to the Carriers
Payablo to the Carrier,
Ten Cents a Week.
At the End or Rch Wsck
At the End of Each Week
At tbe End of Euh Weok
At the Kud ol E..cb Week
At the End of Each Week
At the End pf Eich Week
A, tbe Eud ot Each Week
Ten Cents a. Week,
TF TOO DO NOT ALREADY RECEIVE
1 the paper, leave yourorders at our Couutina
Room, and it will be faithfully served to you in
future. We already have a LARGER CI TV
CIRCULATION than etiy of our morning e
temporaries. 'il we inland to increa-e it antil
the Public l-ih..b may be found in every r.
deneean" busina s boose in Metmbi.and tbttp
make it Til E me iium for our bniiueM man and
uiercbanis to make known to tbe publio was'
they may wish to dispose of.
. WHITM.OH85 BBOTHEHS,
11 Madlann er.
VT OTIC E.
Omrs t'f Jcdoi Coi-XTT ConT,
AI Burma. June 2. IH06.
TIa virtue of the nower in ma vested aa J edge
of the County Court, I Bow appoint the follow
ing Magistrate, to take she enumeration of the
Scholastic population, betwoeo the ages of six
and twenty one y-ars, in tbe various districts
of Shelby count . -
District No. I R. N. BOND.
2 W. P. YORK.
5- J. L. PERSON.
" 4 JAMES CARROL.
6- JOHN C.CRE1GHT0N.
" 6 ANDREW STEWART.
7-E. PI LLIAM.
8 H.C. BREWER.
- 10 T. C. BLECKLEY
11-W. H. WALKER.
- 12 THOMAS HOLMAX.
" 13 W. S. WALTON.
" 14 (City S. S. MOORK.
" 1V-R. B. MILLER.
- 16--C. L. BROOKS.
" 17 JEREMIAH MASSRT.
' The gentlemen herein named will make im
mediate application to JOHN L0AGUB. Ei ,
Clerk of the County Conrt, who will mmijb
iIkbi with tbe neceaaary blank books and eta
lionery for the work.
The enumeration must, if possible, be com
pleted by the 3h inn., and returned to the
County Court Clerk, who will make his return
io ibe Secretary of Stat by lb 1st of July.
It is of the greateet importance to the people
of Shelby that thi, work be eommenoed AT
ONcE.aad pressed tareug with U alusoet
"V art sadly deficient as to Common S.-bool. ;
they bar. been shamefully neglected. Educa
tion ie lb bulwark f ear npabJicaa inatius
tiuas. Let future attention and devotion to
this subject atone for past dereiintious of 5utjr.
THOMaS LKO.NAHD. Jndg.
P. 8. Th appoint. will receive fair com
pensation for their service, which will be al
lowed by th County Court. T. L.
" !;;,; ' MEDICAL.
DR. BOH ANNAN,
Nob. 50 and 52 Piuo Sueet, 'Hk
Between Third ami Fourth, V
Hrr.' I.OIJIM. MIMMOUltl
alaaaaaa Imiiiliiill I T f 1
Estabi.si.ed in St. Loots in is37.
CIUHE9 ALL DISEASES WITHOUT MER
' eury, and in the rhortmt time poaaibl, b
being the discoverer of
That will eradicate all true of VENKREAL
Syphilis.. Gonorrhea, Oleet, Strictures,
, Mercurial A Sections,
And diseases ot tbe fkin. vield immediately to
his great VEGETABLE MEDICI NEa.
He cures all eaaes In short time. Recent
eases of Gonurrheaand Syphilis positively cured
in a few days. He does uot comma bis practice
to th treamient of Venereal Atlectiona, but n
as general as that of anv other physician. All
FEMALE COMPLAINTS AND OBSiRUC
TIONS.ieiuoved in a short time.
The utmont secresy oau be depended on. and
those desirous of consulting him by mail cau do
so by enclosing stamp.
Address DR. C. A. E0UANNAN.
Nos. 60 4 5.' piue. bet. Third and Fourth its ,
ST. LOUIS. M0.
SEMINAL WEAKNESS CURED.
DR. BOHANNAN'S VEGETABLE ELEC
tuary. a pleasant and palatable cure lor
spermatorrhea or seminal weakness. This rem
edy, which has been used by the renowned Dr.
Bohannan in hi, private practice for over
twanty-nv years, was never known to fail in
curing the worst case oflouiiBal weakness iu
from two to five weeks. After overtweutj-tiv
years' use in private praruoe, it is aow adver
tised solely for the benefit of the unfortunates
to save them from the bands of uierciiors quacks,
if not from th grave. Price if a box sent to
all parts of th country. For sale at Dr. B.
haanan's omce. No. 60 Piu striet, between
Third and Fourth. Established iu St. Louis
in 1U7. . i'i i .
MEDICAL ADVICE FREE.
ALL TH08K WHO ARB SUPFKKIXO
from "Spermatorrhea" or "Seminal Weak
ness," or any Private Disease, or are in doubt
aa to th exact nature of tbair eoinptaiui.should
send at enc for Dr. Bohannan', ' Treatise on
Special Diseases," which give, a full descrip
tion, symptomr, etc.,' of all "Chrunio" and
"Sueeial" diseases, as to luive bo roum lor
douht. This valuable work i, sent FREE to
any addrea,. Direct to Dr. Ol A. DOllAN.SAN.
Noa. 6u and 6i Pin street, between Third and
Fourth strets,Su Louis, Ma. Established in
St. Louis in 137. a.a)-3w
LADIES DESIKINO A (LEAK AND
rS I tlft iV f t lJ.f i
IH16 DEljlGil I r ti L TOILET Alt TlCLBj
L bas nv equal for Preserving aud Beautilyiug
tl Coinploxtuu and Skin, ...
, Depot, 74 Fulton Btreet, N- Y.
Sold by rmgc-'t everywhere. a.'.-ty
' W.P.PAUL. I G. D. CROCKETT.
Former. y witu Hill- I Formerly withllillman
man Bro... .Memphis. I BruS., Nashville.
UILLMAN BROTHER ft BONB'
TENNESSEE CHARCOAL' 1U0X.
Th only Stock kept in the city. '
.Vo. a 10 Frout Sired,
, MEMPHIS. TENS.
A. full upply oonxtantly on h d.
WE HAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED
ourselves together for the purpose of do
ing a General Cousiiaaion Bnainesa, under th
tna style at Mintac Jlejlin A Dabba.,
March 16, lStai.
JO A. MINTER. JOHN W TABlie.
Henry Co., Va. Danville Va.
Wa. I. BERLIN. Memphis. Icon.
Virginia Tobacco Agency.
MIMER, BERLIN & DABBS.
Cotton, Tobacco Factors,
General Commission .Merchants,
No 12 West Court Btreet.
Our special atteotlon given In th sale of all
kinds of produe. Orders so Ho. ted for th pur
chase of goods when th money aceomnanie,
Ibe order, tnarSMm
St. Louis Paper Warehouse.
H. B. GRAHAM & BRO.,
83 Second SI reef,
Ht- IjOni, ....Miemouri.
lTE0FrER THE LARGEST STOCK OF
Paper in tb Wert at
Ivil nntl IilltKvy
It I . A V K ."S
for da) li thiaofto
i i. i u,flX i 4.r-.- . ,
mil d.?mM .
k n n? ni
iHf rj .1.
' Ten lenlii ! Per ' Week.
LINDSEV tt VUKDKNBl RGH
aokmtk mu Tint rrii.i.oviso nusT-rn-s
cimgAStRs: , ,
H6me. Insuraiice Co. c
'' : ., OF NEW Vohhi,' I"
.. ,, . ... - ;vV. - -Cnpltul,
n n n n nriiP
J Security Insurance Co.
OF SKV YORK. '
J Capital, Ol.UOtt.rOO L
9 n 'u-u Uj II U Ml III
1ARTIK8 DKSIRINO INSURANCE,
either Fire, Marin or Hull, would do well
fto call uronj
LINDSEY & VREDENBUROH
Before effecting Insurance elsewhere.
3Vo. 1 3Ih11oii Street,
el ?m Memptiis, Tenn:
(laandHtea.n I'lpe Kittvr,
Seoond Street, corner of Jefferson Street
trKEPS nONSTANTLV l)N HAND A
I well selected stoew " Iron and Brass Lift
and Fore Pumns. je.-r-.1m
MAYDWELL & ANDERSON,
SO UNION HTUKBl',
Between Second sod Third,
MEMPHIS - TENNESSEE.
MONUMENTS. TOMPS. HEAD AND
Foot Stones, Mantles. Vases, Counter and
TsbleTops. Furniture .-labs, etc, of the best
Italian and American Marble executed iu good
style and at reasonable prices. Ourwork i.our
reference, ca'l and see. mvi?-nnt
OUR TWENTY-FIFTH TEAR
w , ww- -.v a -a a ir ai- -.-
' - Wholeaaleand P.ctail Denier, in .
Watches Diamonds, Jewelry,
: SILVERWARE. POCKET-KNIVES.
TABLE CUTLERY. CLOCKS. AND A
A large assortment of Guns, Pis oil and Am
munition. Terms cash.
NO. 1 CLARK'S MARBLE BLOCK.
my!-3tn Corner Msin and Madison sts.
WESTERN FOUNDRY !
WM. A. ROBINSON & CO.
Wm. A. RnstNaoR. I R. Nicholsos.
F. A. MtSBLl. I T. B. SathDEBS.
AFTER A SUSPENSION OF BUSINESS
tor nearly four years, w again com bfor
the public, soliciting a soar ot patronage in
th abov brauohes of busiass in our building.
SHKL 11 M T II ICE 1".
Oppo,it th Hayoee Uou-e.
W ar prepared to build and repair Saw
Mills. Engine., tc: tarnish all kind, of Cart
ings for Buildings. Plantation. Railroads or
Sleam'tne'a. With an espenence of twenty
6v years aa eractieal mechanic and machin
ists, we feel owndent nf our ability to give sat
isfaction. Our prices shall be aa low as the ex
peusos of labor and material will admit of.
FORTIETH CORPORATE YEAR.
M.Toa', Orrrct. Citt Hilu)
Msnrajm, Juned lira.
rp H K CITT ASSfcojMENT FOR THE
X Fortieth Corporate tear Midi roajpieteu,
all parties who own property in th city of
Bf atnohia ara kmhv aabftMl that, if (bar d-
li r t Bsak or hav mad, in th Citv Asses
sor 's book for the Fortieth Ccmral 1 ear. any
cbamr. or wi.h to offer any objection to the aa
sesswieat. thai ik-i Asweasore book will be opea
for inspection a .rf revi-u. dana tewdey. from
tbi, data. AH parlies i ti-. purrhaaed
property during the ut c r ,ra rear, ot
wkoM praiwry has bMn iaaeearately denbd
in last year's tax book, either by nana of owner
h har,r! or .i-i ex. (hould call at tbe May
or, oftM within tbe ni tawtlu;daye and have
the proper etrrections iria.
je.-lut J Oil A r sna, jtayer.
48,000,000 u D0LLAR3
' OF PROPERTY l'
Deistroyocl by Fire,
i Within th, limits of tlie ,United 8u.tei,
.li. . i j
DTJRINO THE TEAR ,1865.
CHQULD SUGGEST THE NECESSITY OF
O good insurance to every man who desires to
Brebsot himself against the loss which follows iu
ie wake of lire.
Give, amranc to the public that choice indem
nity, of a wholesome and permanent character,
is strongly guaranteed by Pbiunii Policiea.
L0SSE3 ADJUSTED AND PAID during th
year lbrii, iu a very marked and striking man
ner exhibits th solid, substantial, and laithtul
Hrvice rendered patrom by the Pbosnix, as well
as its ability to pas through seasons prolific of
oondagmtiout, with honor and front to those
Cash income, for the past year reveals tbe r n
slant and steady progress of this popular cor
poration in the face of a bitter, vindiutivo, auc
An average annual cash dividend to gto.k-'
holders of fourteen por cent, upon its capital
stock, since its incorporation, portrays the great
success and stability of tbia eminent Institu
tion, the superior financial accuracy displayed
in its investments, and tb important truth that
the management of the PHO0N1X is in the
hands of tbosa who know how, successfully, to
Fire Insurance Company.
V Wi'tttertt UrancU,
No. 24 WeA Fourth Street, Cincinnati. Ohio.
II. 211. MACJII.I., Gen'l Agfiil.
Losaes o urrinit at this Agency, under poli
cies issued ior the Phienix, will be adjusted and
paid here in bankable fund.
Policies issued promptly by
Offlee No. 1 Madison Street,
Entianc ou Front Stieot.
H. 4. LtTTLEniN. VI. ASLS.
II. A. LITTLETON & C0.S
5Itna Insurance Company,
I (nrtibrcl. Conn.,
JANUARY 1, 1866.
M 1 i.ain -i:t
...... H.HS3.00 t 3
THIS VETERAN OK
811LL HAKU AT VVtIilt:.
Efficient organization of iOOOpraclir.al
Underwriters, from Aona Scotui to
California and Lake Superior,
Mexico and the Gulf, harmo-
nizing the icience of aver
ratet to the ad
JjTNA INSURANCE COMPANY.
Fmia the Insurance Department of th
STATE OF1 NEW YORK
TUB IXBCBlSrg COUHISSInlUB TO TBI LE6ISLA-
"The .tine Insurance Company, ef Hartford,
one ot the most successful Fir In.uranc Com
panies of this or any other country."
"ey.nnertieut Companie follow the rules and
practice of th iEtna almost as carefully as if
they were embodied in statai law."
Again, pointing to error, nf practice in
New York o in panics, rh Etna's sucneesful
management and solid rule, are called to their
"It still remain, more a matter ot wonder
than imitation in the insurance world."
"By what ,ahtleel,-h.my has this corporation
been enabled to turn its full-paid capital lulu
the philuupber's aton.T"
"The extraordinary event which hav dis
tinguished lis uoparalleled financial history."
Tb average looe per diem in th United
States, at this aerivd at th year, ar aboat
Tb Ulegraph tally eoeed nanka- aeteae
tng to all pradant persona.
DO NOT NEGLFCT THf FBCURITT 01
rVariM ieswei wfthoat daisy by
H. A. UTTLITON A CC , At'U.
n Front Etreet. aj stair.