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fr.M Jo. la M.dtn Htre
l ARfiKST C1TY llRClLATlON
THE rBISOKEB AT IHI BAB.
A BSMIWHOEIC orTKOUBI. TIHgS.
The following poem was written by an
Irish weaver named John Frazer. a man
of but little education, but one who had
the true feeling in his heart :
'Tis Jest to ask ,me why
For my crime 1 should not die.
1 appeit for my rl'ly
'to your throng--To
my corn beneath tbehool.
, To the flame-flag from the rool :
Do you want more maddening proof
Of iny wrong?
Honest mon before my eyes
liuvo been tortured luto lies.
A nil ye bought from perjured spies
Priceless blood 1
Te corrupted end dcbsied.
Ye invagl.d. trapped and chased.
Ye u'crwe.t. deformed, defaced
Like a flood.
. Iheiofliest-orlbe least
In the fiihtorwhen it ceased
lhe fuir virgiu or the pr.cst
lid ye spare?
Till now bv force and fraud.
Human feeling is outlawed,
Alii oppression Haiti abroad,
Bold and bare.
Ye plunderer of our plain?.
Ye exhausters of our veuis,
Y c nrers of our tanas,
II 1 be
Fr re.-itanc, shea be In d
Kleh and spirit as the clod
A dark felon before Uod,
W hat are w '
If nie tev-iul's blood I spilt.
in the tvra.nl is the f aill.
1 met him hilt to bill
For lu v u w n :
And trve me from this ,-baiu.
I will defy you ibu agaiu
TbV vegild wilh t-anuon train
It may by heaven be meant
Tnal oppressor should relent :
But not th' oppreed repeal.
Of the lew
I rate deed ol heart and hand
I bey caa do to lift their land
iron. !hervi(i to lhcnri
And this persisting teal
W hich all trauii'lnl men ttiU't ft el.
Will defy your lire aiid steel
The plunder ye have raiud,
A a Me mpttt ye f Ao,.-,
lo a host-percAoure uotiained
Io the field.
Th i my ute be in your bend.
With lilc'a lal fitllinf sand)
" I u-.ll li.y my "Urn command
On my son
Bv ' tie honor uf his wife.
Be hi fame in death or life,
Io ht faithful to the strife
Till 'tis woa.
VTashisbtox, June 27, Yesterday,
for the first time during Hit session, the
mr-mber from the Middle Slate and
lho?e from the Western State co-operated
against the interest of New Eng
land, in which the latter were defeated !
in their effort to seenre Jlhe Northern'
Pacific Raiirond route, the majority
adopting whht is termed the Central
route. This bill allowe the Union Pa
cific Bailroud Company to change their
route so as to (jo by Denver City.
In the Senate, Mr. Wade, from the
Committee on the District of Columbia,
reported a bill to repeal an act to rein
troduce tbe county of Alexandria to tin
Stnte of Virginia. The object of the bill
ia to wake Alexandria a part of the Dis
trict of Columbia. '
The bill to aid the construction uf tel
egraph lines, and to secure the Govern
ment ne of the same for postal, mili
tary and othur purposes, waa called up,
aud some discission ensued.
. Mr. Brnan, in the course of some re
marts., alluding to the report of the
Puslm'uMi-t Ortnera),- on ; the subject of
rf-lfgiapli im.-s, alit,liet in this report
the PuoiniaMtr General had shown him
self tiltrrly inoompoirnt for the position
he hulj'. Hi k.iys the rrpurt was made
up in u isrtal part froui communications
from piraons interested in a great mo
nopoly that no has control of this
v-ouiitiy ; the Postmaster General had
reflevlej ui'iie discredit on himself in
this Louuei'tion than perhaps had Be
irut J with tsjrard to any other officer of
the Oi vr-rnrueiit. Then hia position
heretofore has striven to advance the
public interest, but he had stood in the
way of a liiejej reform
Mr. Sherman regretted that Mr. Brown
should bare made such a personal attack
upon Mr. Denaison, whom he (Sherman)
knew to have the public interest at heart,
and to be a desirous as anybody of ad
The House passed a bill for the pre
vention of smuggling.
Mr. Morrill, of Vermont, from the
Committee on Ways and Means, reported
the Senate amendment to the Tax bill.
The Hone concurred in nearly all of
them, but disagree to the amendment of
a tax of two instead of five cents a pound
on cotton. This, with other amend
ments, will be edjnitel by a Committee
A favorable reception levee was given
to the Commissioners at Washington,
From New Orleans.
New ORt.raKs, June Jj . Cotton feeble ;
sales of COO bales; prices unchanged;
to-day's receipts, 99 bales. Flour easier,
at f 10 2i ; corn easier, mixed HO to r?5c ;
oats, 52 to 51c ; hay, f 22 ; pork dull and
drooping; mess, 35c; bacon quiet;
shoulders, lCJc; ribbed sides, 20c; clear
sides 22c; lard, prime tierce, 2lc. Gold
opened at 36, declined V 53, and closed
at 53j ; New York Exchange par.
Great pleasure is expressed at the re
port of the teturn of General Canby, who
U popular as a prudent old soldier.
The cotton worm is making great rav
ages with that plant in Western Texas.
A large stock of cattle is being sh'pped
from Texas for the New Orleans market.
From IfOT Toik.
Sew Yoas, June 27 Gold, 55jc:
Exchange, lie. Cotton dull at 33 to 40c;
sales of the week, 10,000 bales.
Fire-twenties, lOi; T-30, 103; gold,
55., Floar steady Mies of 009 bbls,
selling at 110 to $17. Wheat firm for
good, and dall for inferior. Sales unim
portant. Corn qolet at 90 to flti fleet
steady. Fork firm at 931 oOlo n pi.
Lard dull at 19 to.22Jc. Whiskey dull.
Cotton firm at 38 to 40c. Sugar dull.
There ia no cholera on hoard the hoa-pital-ship.
The steamer Moro Castle brings Hava
na dates to the 23d. The EtUtfttttW
the Mexican Empire depends upon the
Department of War, and the Treasury
for establishing a national army, but
that whilst the Empire has neither men
nor money, its situation is precarious
The Emperor has ordered a draft in
Mexico, Puebla and Ovieto.
Liverpool dates to the 17th, say the
Federal Diet having on ibe 14th, by a
vote of nine to aix, agreed to the Auv
trian proposals for mobilising the Fed
eral army, Prussia, agreeable to previous
notice, carried out her threat to consider
it asao act of hostility oo the part of the
Hesse States which supported it and on
the following day commenced the war
by sending troops into Saxony and Han
over. It ia also reported that the Austrian
troops had entered Saxony, but it is not
confirmed. It was believed that Benedek
would immediately move to attack the
Prussians, after the action of the Fed
eral Diet. The Prussian representatives
protested against it as unconstitutional.
Prnssia considered the conference dis
solved and immediately withdrew from
the Diet. Great commotion prevailed,
followed by a depression throughout Ger
many. Lamorgan goes to camp wilh the king
as minister, without portfolio.
LlVERrotU, Jun K the action of
the American Government toward the
Fenians gives general satisfaction. The
Timen eulogises the American Govern
ment, and says it would be impossible to
exaggerate the good faith, the firmness,
the sincerity, and theegard fer the mu
tual obligations hich have prompted
these energetic and decisive measures.
The article expressed gratification that
such distinguished officers as Generals
Grant and Meade should have been sent
to the scene. Their acts of friendship
.will be long and cordiailv remembered.
The Fenians are almost entitled to
thanks lor having given the Americans
occasion for displaying their friendship
and good feeling.
The American Government has acted
in a manner which even exceeds any
thing that could be reasonably expected
from the most friendly nation.
The railway between Russia and De
cader has been destroyed, and the com
munication between Prussia and Saxony
is stopped Austria has an uninterrupted
line of communication along the Po
A Prague telegram of the lGtb says
the Prussians occupy Billor and Meanie.
Prussia, having previously declared
war, the entry of the Austrians is hourly
Puris papers teport thnt ibe first en
gagement look place at l.eipsic, on ibe
Ifuh, but it was not confirmed.
The Paris Bourse was flat on the lfiih.
Rentes during at C2.
Coltou Bales to-day 7000 bales, includ
ing 1500 to speculators and exporters.
The market is quiet and unchanged and
quotations are partially rather easier.
Bread9tuffs more firm with npward ten
dency. Provision market steady.
London, June 17. The entry of the
Prussians into Saxony is fully confirmed.
Consols closed at 6CK586 for money.
5 20' s, C4jfiGj. Illinois Central. 74J8
75 r- Erie, 40J.
Loiisvills, June 27. Leaf tobacco
advanced 50 e on all grades; sales 215
bhds. Flour superfine, t-i ; extra fam
ily, $11. Grain dull and unchanged.
Pork declined &0c; sales at 32 50.
Bacon shoulders, lfic; clear sides, 20c.
Groceries firm. Whiskey, 2 25
Ciscikkati, June 27. Floor and whtut
dull and nnchanged. Corn dull at Cle.
Oats dull at 47c. Whiskey unchanged.
Pork,' $32 50 to $33. Bulk meats firm
atl4ctol6c Bacon firmer shoulders,
16c; sides, 19c; clear sides, 21Jc. Lard
dull at 21 jc. Groceries firm and quiet.
From Bt. Louia.
St. Loi is, June 27. Flour and wheat
dull and unchanged; corn more active
at f2ej77c, pork 33; Bacon, clear sides
STORM IH X0a.TB.Zit OHIO.
Grsat DesUnftloa of Sheep-Thouiands
The recent severe slorm on the lake
shore, and the cold weather succeeding
it, have made sad havoc among the newly
sheared sheep in Northern Ohio. The
Cleveland lierald is informed that three
thousand have died in the townships of
Independence ana uucksvuie. A Huron
county gentleman estimates that 12,000
bave died in that county since the storm
Mr. Chas. Fitch, living near Olsastead
Falls, lost forty, and his neighbor: also
lost heavily, beveral handred have died
ia North Koyalston, Cuyahoea county,
Ohio. Three farmers in Brunswick.
Medina county, lost respectively 100, CO
and P0. The Havena Democrat, noticing
the losses in Portage county, says :
Arvin Olin, Esq , of Franklin, found
35 of his fine flock dead on Monday
morning, they having perished from tbe
cold and rain during the previous night
J. A. Morean, of Kavena, lost 3C, and
Wanzor Uolcomb. of Roostown. lost 22.
Mr. Mabole, of Franklin, sheared 200
sheep on batuHay. Of these he lost 100.
W. Strickland, Esq., of Bavena, lost 15,
and thinks some oiheis will die.
Ei kbart, of Ravena, lost 15.
Reports state that there was trtat de
struction of sheep ia rana, Cbarlestown
Edinburg and other townships. It is be
lieved that several thousand sheep must
bave tribed in the county.
The Elyria (Ohio) Democrat givt a
similar account of the effects of the
storm in that vicinity. It is probable
that the important wool growing interest
nas received such injury as will sensibly
affect the community.
UK.tl. KSTATK UKOKEIt,
Oayoao Blook, 396 Mala St.
UTRiCT ATTENTION OIVEX TO THE
O saleef Morvhaoill.-e, Shoes anil uonts, nam,
tack of all kinds, ia short everrtliiug from a
Bveuie in imbiuu.',,.
- Liberal advances mad on all consign
ments when desired.
guick sales and prompt psyments shall con
tinue lu be iny motto. .
jbxtent-ive rooms for furniture anil sloraee.
Look sharp I )eo-3in
WII.' OX, HUIUIIT afc CO.,
- No. 3 Promenade Stieek, -
Corner Jefferson St..
Coiuiaiissiou Hi l t haul',
rot tax 8li or
riour, Bacon. Pork, Corn. Oata. Hay,
Also, llait. I'rneal, fluster, r.
AMPLE STOCKS OF I'll K ABOVE AH
tirles always on hanj. Orders promptly al-
tetdod to. Lfl'?!
To Parties Desiring to make
IMFOKTATIONS FROM El'ROPE.
I KBCHAKTS ANf) OTUKBS DKSIRIXd
M inilia rlirwl iiuDorlations froui Kurup
a.mU do wall to leave orders at
TEMPLE. TURLEY 4 FAIN'8.
Cotloa Factors and Commission Merchants,
SO, 090 jaaia aireoi.
atr. n. 11. mnc i, u"w "
Kurope and will spend thefumuier in ranee
and Kaglaad. He will, while Ihere, give spe
cial attentioa to any orders that we may tead
him. at a very low rate uf rouiuiission, to those
wishing goods bought low and shipped direct.
tuus avciaing great eAipei.
Xo raiiruau uien we wouia y wm mr. n,
r i I ...I. a. l nr, with rail
a. icmrw m it,, 1 1 j v..u --
roads, as superintendent, and naa baa xpe-
rieoc lu purctuuitig raiiroaa material, euiiim
and machinery of all kinds. We have tn
fai-iliues tor tiling such orders. ,
Col. Sam Tate, Memphis.
Uoa. L. C. llaynes. Memphis.
ileiskelJr While. Memphis.
, iider Farniworth, Memphis.
Hon N. U. Taylor, Washiugtoa, D. C.
Hon. D. T. Patterson. Washington, I. C.
Andrew Johcson, Pres't, Waahing ton, D. C
TEMPLE. TURLEY FAIX,
lm No. s6 Maia su. Memphis.
i. w. aoaaisox.
MORRISON & CO.,
, .- ' And dealers In
Feed and all Western Produce,
No. 343 Second Street.
' Between Gayoso and Union.
I)RoMPT ATTENTION PAID TO ALL
1 business entrusted to us. Orders solicited.
Liberal advances siaUeoa consignments.
MtMrHig. May H.lBtVi. my!2-3m
B. M. BLACK. JAMES WHITE,
Mempbia, Xeno. Laie aiaysvuie, ny.
O.U. t'AMRtiN. Law Maysville, Ky. J
BLACK, CAMRON & CO.,
Produce and Commission
n K II CHANTS,
Charleston Avs , near If. k C. H. B. Depot,
-JNSI(NMEXTS SOLICITED. PROMPT
J atlcDUon giveo 10 all bosineee enirotel to
our care, and orders for Provender and Planta
tion Supplies filled at shortest notiee and at
lowest rates. A II orders left at 322 Front street
will be promptly attended to. api-3ni
I T. J. SLiroRTga.
ih. I Late ol tit. Louia.
. U. Wisdom,
Late of Paducah.
Lata uf Ciarksvilie, Tsnn.
X0ET0N, SLAUGHTER & (0.,
Cotton and Tobacco Factora,
General.Comml sion Merchants
40 Broad Btieet, New York.
C. M. raruicr, C orreapondenl.
' E MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCES ON
caaigniiieiits ol Cotton.
REFKHENC'bS IN MEMPilld.
1. V. K irt land. Hill Co , Bankers.
W. C. MeClare, cashier beak of Memphis.
J. W. Page, Cashier Commercial Bank.
Iseorge W . Trntlr, Cotton IVUir,
W a. A. (ioodwyn, Cotloa Factor.
Beoj. Babb, Cotton Factor.
Comaas, Tauasig k Ce., Cotton Factors.
M etropolllan F.nlrrprlttt?.
GREAT GIFT SALE
Nk'W YOBK AND PKOVIOCNCK
' Depot, 197 Broadway.
a v luurvcr rrnrr oiAVr.c
Watrhea, Jewelry .and Fancy (ii'jds, all
to be sold tor ONK ilOLLAReu-k. wiLhoot re
gard to valae, aad not lo be paid for till yoo see
wnat win rereiTe.
CEKTlFlCATt. naming esr-k artHe.and
IU Valae. are alaMd an aaAlad Ht,lim and
well iid. One of these avelopea will be
sent by mail u acy address r-a reeeipt of &
cenia; tor ei ; eirrev itt l ; tairty rori;
iity-five for iio- and nne hnadred for tl.'.
On receipt of taeCertileate yoe will aeewbat
yon aroemsf to hae. ul thea it ts at yoor
ptwa to pay tbe d'-liae and uke the article or
n-u j-nrrnasers may tans obtain a i- ll
Watffa, biamond King, a Piaao, bewing Ma
chine, or aar eet of Jewearv aa a liat . i
and ia ao eaweeaa they get leas thaa One Dol
lar's worth, aa taere are ne biaaks.
A rents re wanted ia every tuwa la the
ellier osir Certiieate ia tbe greatest salt ml
rfewrery em iseva.
anil 2T mu tar a Perl IS rate. wWt, will I..
foraa yoa what yoa eaa obtaia fr $ I. At the
aaaeuex ret oar eirralar. eataiataw full hat
aaaparuraiars : also, irai le Apmmr.
JAMES HrTTTfrXROX CO.,
SBar3S-3ai 17 Broadway, N. T
UirbBTANT TO ' TBAtEtKRS
. . t . !
Metnpbie and the Eastern Citlea,
The Oreat Broad-Geuge , ,
Allnnllc and Grertt. Weatern
jS NOW OPEN, AND RTJNN1"NQ TWO
daily fust Express Trains from Cincinnati to
ew York and all Eastern cities. Paasengers
will find this a niostdeeirable route. The equip
ments of this road are unequaled by any on this
continent. Klecant palace bleeping cars ao
eompanyall night trains, and Smoking Cars on
all trains. Ample time is allowed at recolar
hours for meal a, and the unbroken broad-gauge
without change offers to travelers a degree ol
security, comlort and sieed not to be louuu on
ni- nllinr r.,uta. ConnentionB via Cairo. St.
Louis or Cliieago for this route are oertain : also
connections tor fittaburg, miiadeipiiia, caiu
m.,r ftn,l Washlnvtnn. Tirkata had and baa-
gave checked through at all principal South
western others. For further information and
through lichen, nARMSTAD. '
14 Jefferson street.
E. B. BIINUX0N.
S Jefferson street
E. F. FULLER,
General Ticket Agent
Ie3fi-3m Oenl 8onthystern Aaent
MEMPHIS AND OHIO
Shortest, Quickest and Beat Route
' to ALL POINTS .
North, East and West I
TWO DAILY PASSENGER TRAINS.
SPEED. SAFETY 4 COMFORT C0MBIHED
Barfrap:e Checked Through.
Elegaet Sleeping Cars on all Sight Trains.
TO CAIRO BY RAIL IN FIFTEEN HOURS.
riAILY MAIL PASSENGER TRAIN
XJ (Sundays excepted), leaves Memphis at
8:30 a.m., making close connection at Hum
boldt with Mobile and Ohio Railroad tor Mo-
&f IIhmI.,.. Ppiolk .Tanlrann.
Trenton, Union Cliy, Paducah. Columbus, Ky..
and all stations on that road, and at Cairo with
Illinois Central KaiUosa tor ail aortnern anu
Night Express at 8 p.m. every day;
This train fa jMrMUHlllv f,ir throUzh travel.
Tt ia rnn,ishl with new and eommodious. well
ventilated cars, elegant and splendid sleeping
cars, and goes through without any change of
cars or bamrage, making close connections at
Cairo with through Express trains on Illinois
Central Railroad at 11 a.m reaching 8t. Louis
from Memphis in '& hours; Louisville in 32
hours; Cincinnati in 36 hours; making this the
shortest Quickest sad best route to all points
Aorta ana r.uiu - ...
Throueh Tickets for sale at all the principal
Ticket Offices in tbe South ; in Meuiphia. at
Oayoao llouse. S. Cook, Agent; H Jefferson
street, Larry Harmstad. Agent ; at Memphis
and Ohio Railroad Depot, head of Main street
C A .11 . 1. ju.i r. ,
jg.tnl Oenprwl Hiiperintennent
China, Glass & Queensware.
VOORHEIS & PATRICK,
Importers and dealers in , ,;
IIOl'SE F11.XISI1ING (.00DS.
ASP EUCn OTHER ARTICLES USU
jx. ally kept in a hrsi cissa Crockery t-lure.
Our stock con?i"ts in part of
Plain and decorated China Tea and binner
Fleguit Gold Band Tea eii.l IMniier Sets,
ltnulilul ulnin a.til apptimtott t.hamber neta.
Plain, Bohemian and Cut fcngraved tilasa uf
Table Cutlerv, fiilverplatel Castors,
Wood and Willow Ware,
Wattere, Water Cooleia, to.
- 171 Main street,
mylVin licltraen Wa-hinainn snd P"J'jL
BEST PITTSBURG COAL,
So. l-i MndlMni Slrwl,' '
In the 'ut,!ir l.-dnT aViuilding.
1 r k WOI' Ll K KSPKCT Hi LLV IN FORM
thepublirxenerally.that we ere prepare!
to aeiiver tne ue-i article oi ,
IittMliirLT Con. I
At any point la Ibeeity,
ON THE VERY LOWEST TERMS
We also have a.cant of furnishing
. . i
COAL XO HTKAMBOA'ln
Rapidly and promptly.
Of which eommanders wtaald do well to avail
Oor fast-ranning steam-ta
Captain W IT txbrew. C?mman4erf--
Is always rea ly te do tnwine ef any deeeriptiow
or distance, ller laxliag n at the
Foot of Union Ntrau.
OOlce, Xo. IS Madiaon Klreel,
Between Maia aa4 Fruit StroeU
EltANCIT OFFICK 354J MAIN ST.
IIU. lm II. MOSELET.
Onr General Aretit, will be happy t III al
orders prompUy at tbe loweet eaah pneee.
J. VT. Paos. Jr., Pres't. II. K. Gastm, Cashier
OF TElf Jf ESNEI'V
OorDer of Main and Madiaon Sta
Does a General Banking Business,
' i BCTS AND 8ELL8 . i, . --
. :' :i AXD
THE SAVINGS BANK
D 1 RECTO II S: .
M.J. WICKS. ' W. C. REnREN.
W. B. GREENLAW. SAM. TATE.
B. B. WADDELL.
Mcvphih, June 1, ISfiil.
rpniS BANK. INCORPORATED BY AN
L act of the Legislature, of Tennessee, is now
fully organised and prepared to transact a gen
eral - . .
Banking & Exchange Business.
WILL RECEIVE DEPOSITS,
UVY AXI SELL E.VC II 1XCJ E
On the principal cities in the United States ;
make collections on accessible Points and remit
promptly at current rates of exchange.
. Government, Slate and other securities
bought and sold, and orders for same will re
ceive prompt attention.
d . m. J. WICKS, President
W. C. MoCLTTBE, Caahier. je'-lm
Tennessee National Bank.
FIIVA-IVCIAE. ' AGENT
OF THE UNITED STATES. ALSO '
DEPOSIT ABY AID FINANCIAL AGENT
- For the DuUik't of West Tennessee. ,
Doea a General Banking Business
MAKES COLLECTION'S IN SOUTHERN
' ON FAVOBABLE TERMS.
Old Stand of the Planter Bank
GEO. R. RUTTER, President.
J.B. HUTCH INcioN, Vice Pres't.
WALTER ri. MORUAN, Cashier.
J. G Oonr.V, Cashier 1st Nat'l Bank, Na-hvllle
tt. H. ToBKY. late Uridine; k Tokey, Memphis.
J. C. Uairriso. late untune X looey, Memphis
OGDEX, TOBEY A CO.,
BANKERS and BROKERS,
' No. 16 Jefferaon Street,
WILL RECEIVE DEPOSITS,
Bur and soil '
l iK'iirrciit Money,
And all kinds oi
OPECIAL ATTENTION UIVK 1U :) (
O lections, and Hem i Italic," -nite ,"vnptl
XCUAUJ( on Mew xora atwas ta
CAI0S0 SAYIXGS IXSTITl TION,
io. 10 Madison S( reel.
ri'HIS INSTITUTION, ORGANIZED IN
I lOl, continues to transact a general
Banking & Exchange Unslncss.
WILL RECEIVE DEPOSITS,
BUY AND SELL
ForelKU tintl Iomet.tie
ells fcirfcang im lami I Halt Pur.
rhaaere(Ba Londoai asid all the lead
tmg rltles ef the t tilted Hlates, and
will Made Collections on all eceael"
ble pi area In the Boa Ik and Weal.
B. M. AVKHY. Caakler.
JOHN C. LANIKH, Prealdent.
DR. BOH ANNAN.
Noa.. 90 and 82 Pine Street, : ;
Between Third and Fourth,
HT. LOUIS. 'J-'- MISHplJftii
Established In St. Louis In 1S37.
CUHE8 ALL DISEASES WITHOUT MER
cury, and in the shortest time possible, he
being the discoverer of i , , ,. ,
That will eradicate all traces of VENEREAL
Syphilis, Gonorrhea. Gleet, Strictures,
And diseases of the skin, yield immediately to
his great VEGETABLE MEDICINEd.
He cures all cases In a short time. Recent
caaee of Gonorrhea and Syphilis positively cured
in a lew days. He does' not confine his practice
to the treatment of Venereal Aflectiona, but is
as genorul as that of any other physician. All
FEMALE COMPLAINTS AND OBSTRUC
TIONS removed in a short time.
The utmost secresy can be depended on, and
those desirous of consulting him by mail can do
so by enclosing stamp.
Address DR. C. A. BOHANNAN,
Noa. BU A 52 Pine, bet. Third and Fourth sis.,
sr. tons. MO.
SEMINAL WEAKNESS CURED.
DR. BOHANNAN'S VEGETABLE ELEC
tuury, a pleasant and palatable cure f,(r
spermatorrhea orsmninal weakness. This rem
edy, which has been used by the renowned Dr.
Bohannan iu his private practice for over
twonty-tiva years, was never known to fail in
curing tbe worst cases of seminal weakness in
from two to five weeks. After over twenty-five
years' use in private practice, it is now adver
tised solely for the benefit of the unfortunates
to save them from the hands of merciless quacks,
if not from the grave. - Price $fi a box sent to
all parts of the country. For sale at Dr. Bo
hnnnan's office. No. 611 Pine street, between
Third and Fourth, tstabliahed in BU Louis
In 1IOT. ,
MEDICAL ADVICE FREE.
ALL THOSE WHO ABE SUFFERING
(rem '"Spermatorrhea" or "Seminal Weak
ness." or any Private Disease, or are in doubt
as lo the exact nature of their eomp!aint,ahould
send at ence for Dr. Bohannan 'a Treatise on
Special Diseases," which gives a full descrip
tion, symptoms, etc., of all "Obronio" and
"Special" diseases, as to leave no room for
doubt. This valuable work is sent FREE to
any address. Direct to Dr. C. A. BOHANNAN.
Noa. So and 62 Pine street, between Third and
Fourth streets, Su Louis, Mo. - Established in
St. Louis in 1H37. ap2u-3m
LIMES DESIRING A CLEAR AND
IMUS DKLIUUTKUL TOILET AKT1CLK
1 hu do ejul fur l'reaerviuc mud beautitinf
it.. r i : i eti-
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Depot, 74 Fulton Street, N. Y.
Pnl.lliy Prnvglsts everywhere. srS-ly
Fry, Ebeler k Co.,)
IT APl"rKAR3 FROM AFFIDAVIT IN
X this case that the defendant, 11. Unnkeis. is
a non-resident nf the State of Tennessee. It is
therefore ordered that he make bis appearance
at my office in the city of Memphis, Shelby
connty. Tenne-see, on or before) the ih day of
July, I'M; llicn and thare to plead, answer or
demur tn complainant.' bills, or the same will
be taken for confessed, and set for hearing es
parto. This l'.'lh day of June. 1$M.
P. II. HE1NRICII.
jc21-4wlnw Justice of trie Peace.
J. Burkle i Co.,)
VI. V ' - : . .
IT AIPKAR3 FROM AFFIDAVIT IN
X this ca-e that the defendant, 11. Donkers, is
a non-re."ident of the Mtato of Tennessee. It is
therefore ordered that he make his appearance
at my office in the city of Memphis, Shelby
county, Tennessee, on or before the 2lh day of
Jul)', 1-iCfi; then and there to plead, answer or
demur tn complainants' bill, or Ihesame will be
token lorconleaod, and set forbearinicexparte.
This 1 'lh day of June, lViti.
, P. 11. HEINRICH.
jc2Mwla Justice of ihe I'cacc.
THRSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF A
1 deed ot trust executed to me by h. l. Dun
can, on the Mh day of October, In'A aad rosis
tered in the Register's oBice of bhclby county,
on the llilh day of October. 115, in book No. 1,
pages 2S and M. to secure the payment of a debt
therein specitieil; I will, on 'lue.-day, Ihe 3d
day of July. 1". in front of Ibe premises, sell
lothe highest bidder, for oesh, a lease of two
and one-half (2)5) year, from the 4th day of
OcUiber, W- of a lot situated oo the east side
uf Allen's avenue, in the city of Memphis
county of Phelby and State ofTenoessee, imme
diately south of the first alley south ot Vance
street, touether with the improvements thereon.
Sale to take place between 1(1 o'clock a.m. aad
"jcL'i -1Ut WILLTA M CLARK, Tmstee.
Chancery Court of Memphis, Tenn.
Lena Hhearwood, ..,.. .
IT appearing from amdavit in this cause that
the defendant, Leon 8hearwood. ia a non
resident of the State or Tennessee : It ia there
fore ordered that he make his appearance here
in al the Courthouse in the city of Memphis
lennes.ee, on or before the first Monday
in July next. ISftI, and plead, answer or
demur to complainant's bill, or the same will
be takeo for confessed, as to him, and set for
hearing rr-parle; aad that a copy of this order
be published once a week, for four successive
reeks, in the Memphis Prat lr Lidoks.
A copy attest: A. A Lb 1 O.N,
Robertson A Miller, Rol. for Com. jel-lawlt
AdiiitnlMlratorSi A'otlee. -
nAVINO TAKEN OUT LETTERS OF
Adminiatnitioa upon the separate estates
of Jackson Lynch, deceaaed, and David blew
art, deceased. I dwire to make settlement ; this
i. therclore. to notify all persons who are in
debted to either af said estates to eome forward
and settle tbe snme. and all who have claims
se-ainst the same to present thewi to me. at the
eurner of and Dickford slrt tbelsea
S. V. AlDtLOTlEJ '
' Adm'r ol Ja-kaoa Lynch, itrrd.
and of David Stewart, dee d.
Jnne in. lr. ).l2-lawW
Tbeiualife-i voters of the city of Memphis
are notified that polls will be opened at i . i
Knrine lloase. on Adams street, aad No. 6 Ea
rin. Il"ue, on hkelhy etrvei, va Iheith day of
July, ls between toe hoar of 10 a.m. and &
p. sa'., whesi they are repaired to veto for or
agiat ihe iame of the 1 ins yoads of the city
to the amount of to fond ihe dee debt
of the eity, aad tjuu,ai for Use improvement
of su-ets. etc., in accordance with the ordt-narx-eof
tho board of AMerasan.
ie7-lm JOHN I'A&C. Mayor.
I . PRINTINC.
Punctuality Before All Things
THE PUBLIC . LEDGER
JOB , PRINTING HOUSE
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13 Ufadisjon Street. "i
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This office is now the largest and best Sp-
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rrhe Lump I'Utorlals
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