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irOXSARRAT, LAMER 4 CO., MEMPHIS. -.-TENNESSEE. -Se dTrtini. la Mother eoluma. MISSISSIPPI .TENNESSEE 'n. llLKOADi MirTi HTMRTER v THAii anv Other Route riV RKNA DA. JACKSON. VIOCBBCKO 1 and New Orleans. Trame leave d"" IKKiMl die-cited Throuuli. Through ticket for sale at Mississippi aud Tennessee Depot, ftot Main street, end at N o. jciunoa street. toftrat,,. A. 3. Lit Hi""""! ' ' Oon'ITicket Agent mr20-lv I'UBLHHEDGKR.; LE5t (111 ' CIRCIILATIO.N. ... .-. . - j : ' M K M f M I y IMday Bnlng. Junwth. 1866 SHALL WE CELEBRATE 1 IT 80. WHAT1 duv ah hriflht dreams through a yming girl' pure soul, arc memories of ihe fourth of July, as nWrveil in lha past And golden years of the Repnblio. Thsse-roe niories area nart of ?vrjr Americana pint life, for r . . - .- . i .t 1 1 r thi'V are OP ,.'.. When tne eniuieuia liberty knew tin enemies, and when the inspirations of a ningle occasion stirred tiie jirofotinnVst depth of feeling, and made the land of Washington the home or nrntors and poet". If we bare fullered iii our admiration of the system of gov eminent our fathers gave us,' anf there fore love the memories of old Independ- -1 I..... akMlfl Mtnaidoe: that MH f IIBT irae, - - IDA Willi IS Olirn, uu i ii p.. " ...nm.MinD We should endeavor to rekindle those ancient fire of patri- itlic feeling, and call back the laought that would seek elsewhere, and among alien s.vstems, the means, of political 'Happiness.' " If any one idea of Government has been educated into tli nitad and affections of our people, that idea is personal and national liberty; and ifT any one occasion has l.een tlir best, Iieoa'use 'tne most faithful instrument, tha occasion boa been the national releliration of the fourth of J:tlj AVCt tired cannon, rang bells. dei Pii r.rs'trfiii.s" itve ' feast's, shouted and mintf from voiilh to age. . When the sun of tbe gtnriont fourth rose over the hills, itl.bM tbe- ma astir with prepara ti.in fur the nullbnal event. We all re member ll.e vast streams of people of all ife, sejf'S, colors, and conditions of life, pouring' 'tin' through, clouds of dost to the appointed place. '' All the avoca tions of 1fe were auspended. The plow vn left in the furrow, the hoe in the corner, while" the bronzed sons of toil went to the celeliration. ' And for what ? To rejoice that the day had cora-, day dedicated to freedom, personal and na tionnl' -ittheirthe fireaof patriotism were to he relit, and thi event that tore the Amerirao Monies ', bleediag jinjl from an intolerant empire cnminemo rutf.l. Where do we stand to day ? The code niM lelielled on account of the Stamp act, and I he assumption of tbe right oa the part ot the Kritish tmyernmenl to fax ilium-without allowing them repre sentation. These were th main cause of the Revolution. Others enurreruled in the IWIarulion of Iadependewe, of thennelven, could not have driven the colonist' to arnied resistance. It was, then: tesintance'10 these two meamires 'that av hOerty to Ameriem. Thee were the themes of orators and poets. It was the downfall of these and the advent of indrpendenie over them that gathered tbe people tnfetker and .sanctified the ur.niverary day of Independence aboe all other, secular 'days. In a word, our Fourth of July celebrations whi rjoi'in(M over the deslruchon of th.' tump ai t and taxation without re presentation. Tt is eminently proper for the North to celebrate the day in tbe old fashion, at least, in part. That section r.a tie auip a. but it ha representa tion. The Sooth has the first, hut niwiiiitainoii tavatlnn withnnt the latter. If we celbhrale the day, what ida, s ap plicable our present statiiH, shall we celebrate? Downfall of the stamp act T It is not down. Downfall of taxation without representation T It is not down. It is IremendooasJy erect, It it avast tower, under whose shadow eleven Stale lie immovable. What else what other idea, can tee commemorate with cannon, and hells, and music, and shoor, and luiiyhU-r, and slipperd feet, and oratory, and poeliy, and song, and joyous jabili cation ? We ask we only ask. We do not aner to-day. We may to-morrow A BLASTED B08I. We bear often of tbe meeting of ex trenies, but we have never heard until to day of the aneeting of aneh extremes as l'ghtning and rosea. A few dT si ace, at Batesville, tbe lightning struck a hnsh covered with blooming roses, and killed them instantly. A friend has laid on our table, on of these blasted flower It is scorched and dried, but tbe eolur and fragrance remain Wonder what these dear, tweet, frail lose had done i prsvoke sn avenging bolt of heaven I Hjw fcai tty cianed f How cculd tfaej sin? They were too young to have heard any other voice than those of the h jtnming bird and honey bee. They had wronged no one o earth, and had only drank the dew-drop aad the rain. If they were blasted for the cr.njt of be'tif beantlfal, are not all the pretty r.rl in danger of being struck? We leave the acswer of theae extreme question vo ts trtcin of every extreme. moo vox itAmcHTiirn We are quite eTre o the old Bay State oec;onaIly, hot we ton give her praie for trtI ! f-t ocr it-v In areat all idle tiefSOUg 10. "("W'T' . Dul having visible mean of support, five without employment; all persons wan dering abroad anif visiting grog-sn'opS or k'n,'.a r,r ilt-ronnte. or Indeini in SrrocV- ries, duLbouses,' market plac((. ht'ds, barn, or in the opei air, and ffot giving a good account of themselves ; all beg gars 6r others receiving aims. Any per ou known to be a pickpocket, thief, burglar, either by bis own eonfepsiqn or otherwise,- if not engaged at someUwful employment, ia declared a vagrant and arrested accordingly. FULLEBTOH AHD 8TEADMAM. ..Thesc'.tUTeliDg.'liCjrj'pf tbe Freed men's Bureau are in Mississippi. The bus Index savs the have left that place, and the Jackson MhshsippioH of r . the 2Cth says: Uens, r iTi.LtaTo anu Stkapmas have arrived in our city. These gentlemen have, W some 'time past, been shining marks for the hot shot of the Radicals, because of their faithful and honest reports of the condition of things at the South. We are glad to wel nnm them here, as we feel assured they cannot fail to see how utterly fake and unfounded are many reports emanating from correspondents, eome of whom have their " local habitation in this ciiy. SENSIBLE TALK. ' JJ " A Federal officer cnltivatin cotton on the lower Mississippi writes thus : " The refusal of Congress to admit such rep 1,1 tuke ihe test onth rrrriMin," - has discouragpd the would be loyal men f South. For Hod's sake, if these are Territories let them have" good terri-' nril governments; if they are Mates give them the rights ibey deserve for acting np to tht lull reqniremetils ot tne President in good faith." IBELAHD. S. S. PaKKTiss.the greatest orator that has yet appeared upon the earth, thus spv-k of Ireland : "There lies npon Ihe other side of the wide Atlantic a beauti ful inland, famous in song and in story. It ha given to the world more than its share of geniua It brave and generous sons have fought all battle successfully but their own, and its history, like its harp, moves to tear by the melancholy story of in patho."." ' i .'.. ' terASHrusK, of the AVASHRrasr family. sent down here by Congress to examine into our morals, is said to have a startling report to make. As he ia a lair representative of our modern polit ical sanctificstionists, be is not expected to report anylhing creditable to the while people whom his brother, Thab. STrtFN, has sentenced to the penitentiary of hell. "We wish to impress upon the at tention "of correspondents a fact they trtiigly overlook. It is throwing lime awy to send nj communications without the name of Ihe author. We receive many letter of real merit that are toi,-d ia 1 1? "rejected", baf-ict, because the writer choose to conceal the authorship. IV A. C. Hahhon", a few days since, sold his f.rni, near North Moun tain Station, IWllcy county, WeM ir-giiiV'n.irt'U''''- ,onr fctsndrtl aiA fif teen assree. I Mr., Ijw kail.ua, of the District of Columbia, for f jti0. Sev enty acres of mountain limber laud were inclnded in the sale. ' f f Bajrlioasci! (t aKI'l.K V suggests -Hint the I'uiled Staii-s Senate be reconslrm-lcd a follows: Each Suie wilb Ips than .yXyiflO enfranchiaed population, one Senator; over .rM,000 and under l.OlMl, 00(1, two Senators; for each additional 1 110,000, tine more. . BSTTbe people of Holland, Western Massarhnsetta. were not a little surprised tbe other day to see tbe sexton driving into town at a brisk pace, iu a lifcht. trot ting skeleton buggy, with a coffin strapped to the axle, and a funeral proof t?ion com ing up in tbe rear a fast as posiible. f3J There is a boy ia New Hamp shire, twelve years of age, with a head measuring thirty inche in circumfer ence, while the body is of almost infan tine proportion. Mirthfulness it his distinguishing characteristic. Dr. J C. C Bi acsjuthk, of At lanta, Georgia, and a brother somewhere in Texas, are the presumed heirs at law of two millions of dollars, lately Left by Kout ST Rkdce Black ai kK,' of Alaek burnsboro', Scotland. HafTbe Carrollton CJ-njerraiYf learn that Vaiden has been garrisoned by I'. S. soldiers, in consequence of a difficulty between the citizens and some discharged colored soldiers, who were employed on tbe railroad. ' - - , Wcf Xn American watch factory at Elgin, Illinois, with t?50,0o0 capital, will be ready to make sixty watches per day by September. Most of the' 'stock holders were formerly workmen at Wal tham. Bf. There is no longer any reason to doubt that a Herman war has com menced. If Prussia haa not announced a formal declaration, she has done that hieh amounts to it - ,j ctT It is said that tbe Englishmen in Canada patriotically avoid placing green spectacle on their noees, lest it be con strued into holding "tbe green above the red." taTGen. J amis F. SmrLDsi to stamp Missouri for the Conservative ticket It i (aid that he is to be a candidate for United State Senator from Missouri.: Frea Washington. WasHisoTos, Jane 27. -The Senate occupied most of its time to-day in con sidering the bill establishing universal auffrage in the District of Columbia Aa amendment requiring tbe voter to read the English language was voted dawn by 15 yea to lr ny. Th yea were: Anthony. Cragin. Edward, Fesvenden, Foeter, Harria. Kirkwood, Morrill, Po land, PomeroT, Sherman. Trumbull, Wade, Wiley and WUliaaa. All of th ' Democrats preifc'pL Voted SBUinut .M .--..I-. ' Tl.f. kill nnmnii tin ill 7-mTnUTy.ng cinunc. i; v...v Miid will tuobablv pass.' 1 lie bill is a aubstitjita. fur, -one which passed (he llouso in f.laniinr.v, and which goes back to the latter body for concurrence ' The House occijied nearly all day on tii Tax. bill, an finully ent it , to the nf Conference. I A long atrug- 1 on the Sciiatti amendment, whiHt allowed igascompanietwhicb have their ratea fixed by law, or are under contract with municipal authorities, to l.r7A the iax to Ihe consumer. It waa finally- rejected bvr.thr House, --who o.u,l Jatsrmined Sllch CODIDBIIICS shall I pay the tax! '. The tliAsgrfeluent; Wjl.l j settled by, the Conference Commit lee.,, kJ The House non roiicurreu uh m ale's cottoa tax.of swi instead of five cenU per pound-Mir.JIoixill staled that tba comoromise of three cents per sound I would probably be mgroed on. y f T 'be House oonourrea wim inn in th tax .on smoking tobacco, so thi tax is linally iExed td 13 centi pcrponnd. The income' tax on ready-made clothing is to be settled in conference. The differ ence between thf Senate and House on income is whether $UH0 shall be exemp ted from taxation, or the law left as it is now! .,'' -:.f i .ii'-'-'it ti The special Rousseau Grinnell investi gation committee closed their labors to-rl-. .n.l vill write diiu. their report at once. It is assumed that a majority of the committee are in favor of Ihe ex pulsion of Rousseau, though ;it . Re lieved that in the end' their report will merely -be one- of censitre..i j ,Thenouse JndUiary Cmiuiitl will toon report tne result of their investiga tion inso the charge of oomplimty of Jcfl'ersrfn Davis in the assassination plot, that the evidence adduced is so unrelia ble that it does not sustain the. J lega tion.. .' " " , The Senate in executivesessioo to-day rejected every nomination which - the President had sent ia for Collector and Assessors of Internal Revenue In Ten nessee. They were former friends of the President, and arej.afc.follqw :, John M. Boiner, Assessor -Itli District: A. U Neck, da 6th District Win; (kilns,, do 7th District; A. E. (iarrelt, Collector :td District; Jame Ramsey, do4lh District The, President has pardoned A. Z. Bledso', who for "about len months in the early part of the -rebellion occupied the position of Assistant Secretary of War in the late Confederate Govern ment The pardon of Mr. Bledsoe was earnestly recommended by the Hon. 0. H. Browning and other. .-- The Senate Committee met this morn ing to consider the bankrupt bill passed by tbe House, cat wa not reacn anj ac tion on it It is the general opinion at tbe capital that a imajority tf the com mittee are in favor of the bill, and that if they can manage to have it reported the Senate will pass it, but a minority of the committee na aueceed hr preventing the reporting of the bill at the present session- The Legislature of Tennessee, by statute adopted May 26, 18Cj, having made it the duty "of Jk civil authorities of tbe State to provide for all pauper and ick freedmen just the same as for white persons, the relief establishment of the Freedmen' Bureau, such as hospitals and dispensaries, have been ordered to be discontinued from and after the 3d day of June. The Senate Military Committee to-day got up a new army bill. It is very much like ' the original Senate bill, which is -mnrh --more-acceptable to Gen. Grant and tbe armr (han either of the bills that have passed the House. Unless the House Military Committee' recede from their stubborn position on this question, there will lie no regular army increase during this action ofppngress. t j: t , . , 1 'The Senate in executive session to-day returned to the Secretary of War n large number of brevet army staff promotions, thai theit date may be kanged, so as got to rank officers who have served in the fielj.i 1bev Seaate is opposed to permit ting ofticers. who have not been in the tieU o rank those, who have- seen -meritorious service in the line. Tka Isenate Special- Committee on the Mississippi levees are about to make a report in favrr uf granting Government aid for the temporary repair of the levees. MhJ, Gen. Canby, late commander of the Department of the Golf, and Major Gen. Humphreys, of the United States Engineer Corps, who executed the sur vey of the Mississippi delta, have, upon invitation, appeared before the Commit tee, and give the information' essential as a basis for I be requisite legislation by Congress. The chairman of the Com mittee will report a bill in a day or two. and such is the temper of both houses of Congress, that notwithstanding the late esc of fh cession, (be friend of the measure confidently hope for its passage. Liot. 4n. 3rant also emphatically ap proves tbe proposed legislation. There are 3.000,000 acres of public laiid-i in tbe Southern Slates to be dis posed of under the ne homestead law just signed ly rlie Pres.4ent 1 ;,!.. : the Kicbtnohd papi r received nere to-night fully approve of the call for a National Convention fo be held in Phila delphia They say that it will be the first time in six years that all of the Slates will be represented in a General Conven tion. . A Hovel -Case - Singular Construction ( ' 0n. Fik' Ctrtular, Koran time, since a man- in Macon county, In this State, on receiving Gen. Fisk' circular aliolishing ,th Freed men Court, concluded that it was an order restoring slavery, and accordingly proceeded to a family of negroe aome distance from his residence, and seir.ed a negro boy, about eighteen years of aire, and carried him home with him. The negro of course was indignant at his treatment, as he had been living quietly with his father for several years. He expressed very freely his indignation to ward his would be master for his in fringement on hi lately puaranieed rights as a freedtnao. Bat this only aggravated his coudiliou, for he was at one put in irons.- ' Infor mation to thi effect reached Gen. Fisk, who wroU the novel ideaed gentleman a letter, and enclosed him one of hi cir cular,; explaining 4o him inparticalar his error that it had nothing to do with slavery. , But the reousant farmer would not listen to the admonition and swore that he woald eat tbe throat of tbe first d d Yankee who came to interrupt him. A guard has been sent for the gentleman, and by the time he i hown arouod Nahville a few week, under the fatherly care of the Freedmen Burean, he win become thoroughly convinced that lavery 1 at an end AAtXH t men. Th Democracy aaa th Fenian -Says the Washington corrcsponent f the Cincinnati Gtntttt, writing June 2l'tr-.: . . 1 t-, .1 ) The indication are o strong that many of tbe Femaa loader are about to declare for the party of liberty, that the Democrat are really becoming alarmed, especially the New York city clique, who are to largely dependent upon tbe natu- r.1 red wins 01 mr-r Pnj. aub A- liaenctr th. tnorninjt publ'ishe a d, Datch from Kevr ork Head Center . ut . r - btepben. savin m not radtcalire a htrndred Irishmen.- The Copperhead orfan is evidently ditnrbed by tbe fact that Roberta and hi friend Ira seriously considering the position in which their connection with tbo Demo cratic ptirly places them.'" ' They seem to see a very manifest absurdity in fightlirs; for freedom and tWing the Democratic ticket . A Roberts' control wet tba Fenians extends to those who are voter.4 here,4 while Stephens is more potent iri Ireluiid, tbe I'nion men thu far, In thi new Fenian advance, seem' to have a da cided advnnliige. - ' Sad Effeets of Flirting. " 1 Assail tttse i)P inrfanify front low hai just occurred in- Brooklyn - The victim : is the daughter ot a clergyman, one waa engaged to be married to worthy young' man, but beiug souiewnai capnaiou aa her fancies, coquetted with others to such ao exuut as to incur his displeasure, and busily ulie jilted him.. He took the m.tier nhiloaoDhicallv. and broke off the engagement, whereupon ehe became des pondent, and brooded over her trouble so much aa to be partially deranged. One day lust week she precipitated her self i'rom a second-atory window of her father' house,, and falling upon the J lavement, sustained serious, injuries. Ier,fall was partly broken by her ctino liue, which became entangled witn the fence as" she descended. When carried into the bouse it was found that- her tuipd waa deranged to such an extent as to require treatment in an asylum, and she is now an. inmate of a maison tie ante hi Bloomingdale. . - .A Crooked Biver. Speaking of the Rin Grande, a recent writer says t ' . "Imagine four of the crookedest things in the world, then imagine four more twice as crooked, and fancy yourself a large river three time as cropked as all these put together, and you have a faint idea of the crooked disposition of this crooked river. There is no drift ia it, from tbe fuct that it is so crooked that timber can't find its way far enough down to lodge two stick together ; but few snakes, because it is not straight enough to" swim in, and the fish are all in (he whirlpools in the bends, because they can't find their way out Jlirds frequently attemnt to tiv across the river and light on the same side tbey start from, being deceived by Ihe different crooks ! Indeed you may be deceived if you think yon are across it; and some of the b'boy say it is so (wislinj tl)ere itt but, one side to it'.', , , - . . , "; Horace oa Bail,' '. ' ;; "The 'Richmond Times, speaking of Horace Greeley's proffer of bail for the re lease of Mr. Davis, Bays: "All this talk of bail forhis (Mr. Davis') appearance is tbe sheerest nonsehse and gammon. Jt is positively sickening to read of that hoary political hack, Horace Greeley, going to Washington to offer himself as a bondman a good advertising and political card possibly, and reminding us of Barnum' subscription to a church. ' If Mr. . Davis wished bail, and it was granted, there are hundred of high-toned gentlemen in New England of wealth and worth, who sympathized with us in our cause, and the principles for which we fought, who would go his security to any amount" Mr. Davis has certainly suffered mis fortune and humiliation enough without being compelled to owe his enlargement to such friends of the South as Horace Greeley.- " 1 Trrible Affair at Grtansboro-Thr Ka " ' "hot. ., We learn that A difficulty occurred in Greensboro, Ala., on Thursday isst, be tween Stephen Williamson and H. W. Duggar. It, appears that Duggar on striking Williamson with a stick, was shot twice by a yonng son of the latter, one shot taking effect in the neck, the other in the heart; whereupon Duggar stepped into his store, and immediately returned with a double barrel shot gun and shot Williamson, inflicting, it is sup posed, a mortal wound, and then turned and shof Mr. Harwell Williamson, kill ing him instantly. Immediately ' after shooting the latter, Duggar fell dead. Harwell Williamson was one of the most inoffensive men of Greene county, and was shot without any cause whatever. .: .( Carlton. . " - A special fo the St. Louis ' Drmncrat lays: ' ; ' It has at last been discovered Wha't has become of the Government 'funds in the hands of the defaulting ex-Collector Carlton, of Memphis. It was generally supposed that the money was squandered in the failure of a bank there last No vember It turns out, however, that the seven or eight hundred thousand dollurx in 7-30 notes, which were placed in his hands by the Treasury to -sell, were osed in the purchase ot -cotton. ' 1 his and other transaction in that section, have cost the Government upwards f 1,200,000. The Carlton ease is now being investiga ted by the ' Committee on Banking and Currency ' ' Martial Law, - : 'Mufliallaw bis been re-established in Santa Roria, Escambia,' Levy, Madison and Alachua cuuntic, Florida. The or der of Muj. (itt. Foster in Ihe matter says: 1 ' - " '' Several murders, attempts to kill, anil other cridiC3, having been commit ted upon the bersons of loyal citizens and soldiers ot the United States, in certain counties of this State, and the civil authorities having failed to bring the criminals to justice, it is hereby or dered," etc . etc HV TELEGRAPH. THE NOON DISPATCHES COTTON AM) GOLD Q10TATI0NS New Vobk, June 29, 11 30 ai Ster Hr.J5 exebunge steady. Cottoa dull and BominaL Gold, 5tJ ; 6-2S s, Hnrtl04j id and 3d series, 103("103; llUO's, 9);! M'i, 1031191; cert, HW. Nrw Yobk, June ?, 12.3a Cotton unvhanft-ed at 37 to .3t; (told, 155. - Trom Wow York. Stf Yoas, Jane 2;, 12 Cotton weak, uiorning sales 1(h1 bales, at .TTfJ 39c; golJ55; exchange lflj; wool firm, XMdMc -- rrom Ban rranclaco, . Sii Fjuucwco, June 23. A dispatch from Portland. Oregon, give the official return 1 from all hot three counties, and the election of the Union candidate for Governor, by 203 majority. The Union itts also electee! a majority of the Legis lator. - '- ' '. s rrom . BaSaio. . , BrrTALO, Jane 29. A dispatch froea Canada ay tli indictment have beea foanj against the Feniati who were taken to Moatreal for trial. Shipment of Saady Cash. WUhin the past tlx week the United Stale baa seat aero the ocean to Ea ropeaa creditor not less than forty nlr- ion in Lard cash, England waa the re cipient of the fur greater portion of it, aud to this ability on our part and promptnoaavto meetsrhe demands,- is that natiotvy indebted, for its ; pres ent Comparative -tranquility - and ease in financial -' matters. These large shipments of American gold saved the old country from the disaster ''of an impending bankruptcy. It ia, admitted that the Bank of England would have been unable to weather the storm but for tbe precious ballast which the resources of this country poured info her vaults. xr " - 0arrio. j t j 1 ' iTne.fLT. Toti publish ea proposition j. signed by , tutmaroua- prominent- s;eatlft men, to present William Lloyd Garrison with 160.000, as a testimonial of their ap preciation'. . of L . bis -- past ', labors. Among th: signature are Chief Justice Chase, Gov. Bullock, Lieut Gov. Love, Andrew J. Speed, R. W. Emerson, G. R. Smith, B. F. Wade, Senators J, B. Henderson, Chandler, Howard,, Grimes, .Nye, Cpnness, Williams,.an4 othprs. , N EVM , 0 iv E RTI SEME NTS QTKAVKD.-i BLACK MARK MI'LR. SIX O tea bsndu hi, stiff ia near shoulder and collar warts oa aanb thoaitUr. A liberal re ward will l riceo tor bar return to tbe propri etors of City Waterworks, tin th Bluff, foot of Madison it t. .', - , , . t . jF-lw TITR PARTNEBSHiT KXTSTIKO BK tweea H. A. Wntomery and C. B. 1. Sutherland, under tba aaa of MuKOiBerv k r-uibarlaud, was dissolved May luth.br mutual consent. . j.-Sr ;:'- H. Ai MONfOOMffRT. AIJCTION SAL,Et On th Premi, No. 85 'Hill Bt. i,.-- . 1 1 0IISKHOI D AND KITCHEN FtTRNI- 11 tur. SATURDAT, June 3uib, IWd, at 10 Vlnrk a.m.' M. 0. CATCE, Auctioneer. ' wm." p.. PAYNE. j ;;(: Hi' A II O Jt U K O It K It, Offlco, Northwest corner Second' and ' ' Monro 8 ts., up stairs. " '. MEMPHIS.-... .j.j.t- 4 i.'-iwr : fit -TKNN. RDt'RS FOtt ' HOH8R SKRNANT3. J 1'laaUUioaUelp. Mill Uanda, Woodt'hop- liars, etc iroinplljf llad. . ( .- m Kraplortnent : Obtained -JM29-M ""-Olasses.- for nil CITY X 191 ITS,, I Situated on Brlnkley Avenue, TO W.V RESEltVE STKEET, ' ' ".'AT . AUCTION. ' ,' ' . ' On Priday Morning, July 0th. at 10 o'clock, w aradirected to sell, aa lbs premises, at aaetioa, to tbe hit best- bidder, -upon Ion asjmrnts, ' '-' -: - Twepty'rfiye BeautiM Lots, . .. . c .-:t -tt ia. ' - ' Frontioc oa BrioMe avenue, wear its inter section with 'the KaleUh road. in' one of the niost h1tbr and rapidly Improving lo?aluins i the northeutero portions of theeity.; , Hmcik of theae lot has a front offlfty feet, aiid txteadabark to a wrde'alley, 1TO ftet. ' Tbe Street Railroad is heifig extended, and will Bam within fifty yards of thes lota. ' 'Persons wantjnr' home in a flrst-rnte. healthy and Improving nilihorbooJ, this is the chaoia., , C v ; .1 ., ,,.va ' Kverjr lot will be suld uusitivelyi at winterer price nisy be bid. out at this sale. All of theui mudtb fluxed , The litlea are pert-oC. ; ).- . . M0N8ARRAT, LANIER CO., ' ..'.'.,..,! .!! Auctioneers. ALABAMA STREET. The ntOHt iniporlant Sale of Large Number: of Building Lot and an excellent and conve nient Dwelling Honto, . M a are directed to sell at auation, on Satur day morninf ,,July 7th, 00 tbe firemiras, at 10 o'clnrk, that valual.la property known as the ''Millar Proyaity," eiliiaUd. on Alabama aire. I, at tbe iatersaolion of Thornton arenue, and iasuiediately ovpoaite tbe property of Sam Mmby. E?q. This property extends from Ala bama (treat to tbe wot rido of the Market street arid, and is tbe hifbast ground within the corporal fiaiiU, in a well improved and (till rapidly improving section of the cily, con venient tu th bwiaea porliuns and eae of tbe healthiest and moat deairabl loratinna inthe eity We have bad tbe gnand In id out In uiulda rite buildins lut.. many uf wbi.-h front oa Alabama trel : and all will be sold apoo reasofislile time. Tbe title I perfoct, be yond the possibility of dispute. Sale posilivel MONAKRAT. tANIKK A CO ., Aoetinaeers, To BnSldrrs and. Plasterers. fl'KRKA CATIA UIJiDoW.CAJ3 ASD X. BrarkeU, cte. Rosenilale and Roman (Vment. ' KewYerk Placer Paris. Jiul rereired and tor rale at ilOl.LKN HERiJ A OKHTEL'8, je'70a) Car, t iiioaandSeca'i at. I.ADIEN, PLEASE NOTICE. MRS. I4. HOWCOTT, DBIISKAKEB, . h-a monuok M'rnit:ic'i MRS. H. IS PREPARED TO DO ALL kin-la ef lrakia at the shorten au tiee ; aio furnish tnmminjca if required. jeV?w BOAR DI NO HOI S E I'OR FEMALE CoL lA.iH. LAGRANGE, TtN N .-Lunr.g ta raiiow I will take femihea to board. Tbe knne ii weil renniawi nk a iarae Imit yard well r ha led. I bote wiabinx a aamaurr retreat eoald aot tui a mure pleasant place than i-a- fTa-nsa. iroar I cnaAT. W. KKNSEPY. 13 ACO eiPE AND LARD. ' .- Clear Sides. - Jl" ke Leal Lar t Ti barreia and hall barrai Ures For sale ty ' R.R TATI.rR A TO . jei7-w li. Fmt street. - II OAH1IIN O. HOrE WISHING TO OBTAIN A IE- 1 airati UiarULna bouM eaa aW s by rail nr at No. 13T Second rrt. three dvr north cf Escbanre atmt. where board ean be kaloatbesM mrwUi Wrrna. A enilr of rectlemn with la.lira ran be r-r"m pa "dated ttb rwtle fmthed rm and al" er. erai siatle raaUaveo. jeltt-w MISCELLANedUfl. TTlNlOW STHEET. I ts 'tfa-will sell at uMiin,von Tuerdaxjawning nett. Jnly 3J, lKujl, at ijlj.Vloek. on th rfreui f.e. I h H : FOUR BUILDING LOTS Situated oa tloioa street, eaat of Lauderdale street. Thil properly y situated 1 a jfiost de irslile location, on one of the Tiest Improveil atreete m tne eity. Tbcnerishiuf to secure either A bilinear tUo ot .'a aBitdeas lot, or make-a paying inrestment,'will do well to at tend thft sale, as vcr ot will bapoiltij-ely sold,' the ewocr being about to Jtnv th tlty, TtlladliwtabW.'- '' ' "' ; MONSARRAT, LANJER Ai CO. COTTAGE HOUSE ' 1 I .u .l.. 'i '. Mi' I . -1. , viat in I ' i AT auction:! t, 1 Ml' .!it .'.I h 1 k '' . I ' - . i-.l .. ' -' II . . , ,, ... - ,1 .--ji! - .4 f t ; y. i ' ' J 1 Hi--' -. i .'.i f! On' Saturday morning next, at ten O'olook, on th premise, we ahall aell I ' I ' ,! ! f S ' v j I ' l at auctiod a beautiful Cottage Reaidenoe, aituated on Robeaon street, Juat north of Alabama. . Tbe house eontains fir rooms, kitchen and all neoeeaary out- i .iiOi liit '7 housea, oiatern, eto. It 1 a most excel- -.- is..,- ' ' . lent location, high, healthy and Rood neighborhood, and ia convenient ta the Poplar street railroad, the market, and near good sohools. ' " ' " ' Title perfect Sale positive. : . " ' ' i- -i . i MONSARHAT, LANIER ft CO. )e27-4t ' 1 ; -:'-.-'- - '- ";'-' l'HIZEH OAS 113 1 -! I MA, T LEGAL - LOTTERIES. i With etplanal'nn, ' " " N'lienn', ' niiinj5f; ; Etc., - t; 'm be' ; ! Snt ' Vrv t; ( I'pou viillrution. ORDRRS MAV BE SENT B MAtL 0B. or sAprens, iv addrefning . ' OEO- W. VAN V0A3T, i . No. aM)yosa atn-et, - tOne door from Mmn) . jell-lm ' or Boa KVIi). Memphir. Tenn. a IIC.imWNiEHil.lD,- 'Boots, Shoes', , ' andBrogans WBOI.rSAL axn IfTark, '. ajpaj af . i aiaia ftirrn, M EMl'HIS, - TKN N. s,c.s oca aS 15 tw 4 sJ TOOP PHILLIPS A CI RODE. No. ai lMnt iim m v.,,. . saw BCOOkS. NKKLY t (0 Commission Merchants, GROCERS, PROTISIO LIQUOR DEALERS, No. WO Front Htreet, r,lwn Cuart an! MaJ.-on. Vr AkK DAILY EECEIVIMl CO. I t nn.roU ol I ioar. iiao.n. i .r. Urd. w bikry. ete.. whi.-k e are aili ng at the low eat Market ea pneea. j.ljaa,, 4 - . , . , - . . ' t . , : - ' COOKS. BOOKS ind STATIONERY 1 '-i it ill! I f f t -. 1 197 ' MAIN '. ; M T 11 E E T , . u ,. ,1 1 . .. . I . ' ' ... ..... WEB3TEB 'BLOCK. Oil) WaZ MITCHELL, ii jMvi.U.r. u Doaler In ., fK At va'.jt l-eW, isd- - . I !.!.' mSOELLANEOUS BOOKS '.1JL ,f. 1 '. 'i.l ,? ... . i .4 .in.; .v x Full ?tock of Bible, i Hymn Book, Prayer Book .J.Testament,". Jvenlle Book. ' .-''- " Norele. ' llaaonio Books, . ' and Diplomas. A ' lh OP WHICH A RK OFFERKP AT Til K Leweat Market Price. , Call and eianune aiireowla. snll-iiii ELSON BROS., . 1 . it . . . 1: ' i , - , 1 I I ,ul iJ'J-.;, .11 .- 1 . . !- 1 i fJ07, .Mpiii Htrect, ..l J.li! .' I. ' ' HAVING DETERMINED TO MAKE A change in our buaines w have reduced our price to th - 1 ( 1. -.- Lowest, , Possible Rates, f. 1 -U 1. .-. ... i .if., . . .. . 1 And will endeavor by tUalnt of August to cioSE 01TT Ol'R V:n'tire stock. ' Below we1 give a Price Livt of aome of uur Qoodi, which, in every instance, we trill sell aocordjngly :J; . ,.,H CALICOS, 15o ir yard. 1 . . ' DRE38 LAWNS, 15 to 3dc per yard. ORGANDY 5 per yard. IRISH LIKENS, Me to 75-5 per yard. PARASOLS, SOo to 0. ' BILK 8 AQD E3, 18 to 2T. HOOP SKIRTS. IT o 2 Ml. yrnxii Marseilles, ti porynrd. LINKS HANDKERCHIEFS, $3 per d..icn. riNE H, 8. HDKF3-. $1 50 to fii per dmen. LACIES'.FINB KID SIIOES,$2porpair. LINEN TOWELS, f SO P" doren. WHTTK MARSEILLES QCILTS, 12 50 to JM. CRIB MARSEILLES QUILTS, $1 00 to M. TVniTE BnSS MCLINS. SO td 60c per yd. WHITE JACONET, E fo 50c per yard. NAINSOOK, 25 to?rc per yard. CHECKED MUSLIN, IB.tn TOo per yard. ' t ' And an endlejs variety f Iare, Embroideries, Uoaiery, Farnubing Ueoda, Ciutbing, eio., etc., to- which we invite the attention of l uri-liaser. wholesale and retail. Our stock is bound to l reduced by the l't of AuguM. wRemember the plact and nim'cr. , ELiJO-N UllOS., ie?2-1m gV7 Minn rtrr-t MEDICAL. II ELUI HOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT BUOHtJ I;OR WEAKNESS ARISING FROM IX- diaeretiou. The exhau-ted powera of Na ture which are accompanied by 10 many alarni liHl aynintoin.i. suving which will be found In dinpoaitinn to Exertion, Loaa of Memory. Wake fnlneas. Horror of Uiacann, or l'orebi-uin of Kvil; in fnot. universal Lansitiide, Proitraiion, and inability to enter into iho enjoyments of ueirty. , . , . The oonati lotion, once afleeted with Organic Weakneaa, requires the aid of niedicino tu strengthen and invigorate the fystcm, which Hembold'i Extract liurhu invariably doni. If ao treatment is submitted to, Consumption or Insanity ensues, . , IIELMsToiJI'S FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU, In affections j.fuliar .to ' l'err.nlr j," nnc qualed by any other preparation, an iu Cnlorotij or Retention, 1'ainluluef, or t-upi.nsion of Cuatomary :vaou(u.ns L-locratrd or Srliirrus Stat of the Uteru; and all eoiuplaintnini-i-lenl to the sex, whether ariaing fr.iin habits of di. sipation, imprudence in, or the ilniin r ehanire in life. t, .. HELMUOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU- nn IMl'llOVICl) HOSK WASH Will radically extorminnte from iho fy-tou. diseases arising Irnui habits ol di-f.l'-".' little expense, little or no chance 111 diet, n' ineonvenienee or exposure: eompleiely ir aedins thoM uaplea.-ant and lumpi ra die. Copaiba aud Mercury, in aJlibe-eiliaic : " rsE iieTm.i)'. FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU In all dtaeuea of the-e ott-an. wli.-iher riifi Tbosi suffering from broken .l"n or -lelo 1-. eenatitutiona, procure the renie.lt ai on.-i. The render aaot bo aware that howci er l)oi Bay betheaturkof the above diej. ii i eertain to affoet his bodily healih, lueutal l V era, and happine. . . . . ( All the above d.aesxes winire th' i" 01 diuretic. IleliuboId'H Extnut Unfit" IS THE GREAT DIUHKTIC. HEtMBOLD-S HIWIILY CONCESTRATKl' , Compound Fluid Extract fiarjapirilla, For purifying the blood, removing all chroao eonatitutional deaeen ari-mg from an imi ur state of the bloe,i. end the only re lubl' J efteet unl known rerae.ly for t he cure ot Nn 6ald Head, gait Kheom, Paini d S "i im of tbe Uone..Vlcentioa of the 1 hroat Iff Blotrbea. Pimples on the Fa-. Jetier. fcry 'P elaa. and ail pealy eruptions of the ?tin. AND BtAUTlFTINO THE C0MPLEXI0V Not a few of the w-r-t di'ordtrs tht sQ. mankind axis from the roiTUp:i"B th" aaelates ia the blood. f alt tbe that hav been made to Bure it out, f ' ,, ouaiin effect Uelmboid's Lomp-und "" Barwpartlhv Itelans'andrenoTaitbe'i instils thTior of healih " ,h.'7 lii It purges ant Ihe humors which m""'d'""i,-.rJ stimulates tbe healthy functions ot the WKiJ-a ei-lalbdisar.iers tDAt grew and ranU a theUo.. eeharamedythateoubloeRl ow on, haa long beea rtrnrnt tnr. njT:n(y tbenr-t time, U.e public haveeneon wbi:"'" , aaa depend. Our spare her doe, not aJo U eeruboauea to ahew Ha eU-to. fcul , ihe rial (ingle bottle w ,11 .how tbe s.. k that teiniTissinevemhinrtheThareerrus lworehlepoonfnl of the F.'tra-tor . rilla added to a pu.t of waiaris " Lisbon liot lrink. and one U iiie is I jIU tor rall'-n of Ihe Syrup ol rsrsrirarili. inaction as asually ma-te- .,i;itlt' ar These Kxirscts have tn "'" w uaialas tnii4 tlry. '' ,7,r. very a-Merai .r in all the Mate t-T' (t. pns.ii sanitary innutions throu" Uaa. a well aa In i rivatr r""-'""0' ,n e.nsi.irre. as inralnal-le reine-lies. . ,t. e- AtednU P..f.rn Hwesm.- Ie" Bensab-ry n( the I niud htata. , ,),, frotoaaiir llewer s va.l' Kee rem.rlr. ..,) Kr tli latr eetrbrntcl i rh,icof I'piladrtr?i .D,e-r. kt rew.ark mela by Dr.Tr k'roM K . a eetrbratwi PhT-ician ani M n,,bcT, I , V It-wal Coll-W "f Nutjr -ns. Ir"ls" J'Vas' il.herf in the Tran'H-tioni of gueea's Journal, ---- - -. ir.lw-.Hf fee Me.hc iusrarrirsJ Rt..--. r" , , Pen an:, n Invtr-l ijikw cf K -i' rutier.s. . , , 1, See aij.H -d" tna late tifiir 1 w-rks el arura-.-'v. ITcurM o,",".' !!0 L'i .Ithraair.'. Warehouse, J.r1'ay. la-sar ii-yia la "Malo" or tiimalf,- Iroui v. o.i.c.v, - -ariciaatinr, and no matter how bom '-: It U ploaeant in ta.tc aud odor. ' iiiiiikouiIi In Acii-.s. an, I n.ore trennlbeoini: tt.an or "'