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k - ' ' "v """" " '' ' '-' " 'v'' ' ' ' " r ' ' " , . ' ': public ledger; OHM. No. ta MsMdlwon Mtrewi LARGEST CITY CIBCTIATION JETRY. PQg AT BEA. mux Titr. loo-iinnc of thi TiMnif via- . . avuk. , , -, ' . . Twelve hnndred mllM or more From tbo stormy English shorsi All aright, the seventh night. On her eourie our vessel bora. Her lantern shone ahead, . , And tbe greea lamp and tbe rea To starboard, and to larboard Shot their light. " Close on tbe midnight call What a mist besan to fall. And to hide the oo-n wida, ' And to wrap os in a pall I Beneath its folds we past : , ' Hidden were shrouds aniuuiajt, And face, in near places : Sidaoyiide. Buddon thetralnofell A sutnmoni liks a knell ; Every tr the words could hear Whent e sunken, who could tall ? "What ship is this? where botrndl . . Hods, what a dismal sound I . A stranger, ana in uaugcr, , Sailing near. "The Virginia, on her Touts " From the Mersey, seven day out ! Fore and aft, our ruty craft . Carries a thouand iool about." " All these souls may travel Hill, Westward bound, if so t hey will : Bodies rather, 1 would gather I Lnnd b laughed. ' Who U't hall to rude. And fr what this idle mood T ' Word like the, on midnight leal, Bode no friend nor fortune good I ' , "Care nut tn know my name; Bat whence I lastly caine, At leisure, for my pleasure. Ask the breeze. " To tbe people of your port Boiir a iue-aie of this sort : Say, 1 batten unto iheWt, A ihiirer of their (port. Let lliem sweep the hou-c clean : Thtfiv father did, 1 ween. Vt hen hearing nl my Bearing Asa guest 1 ' As by Halifax ye mil. . And tbe steamship Knglnd hail I Oi uie, then, bespeak her men I She took my latest mail 'Twas somewhere near thil spot i Doubtless they've not forgot. ' i Itemind ttiein (if you fitd them ! I Oucesgnin. " Yet, that you all may know Who is't hailed yon so (Slow he saitlu and under breath.) I leave my siga below I " ' Then fiom our erowded hold A dreadlul ery usrolled, I n broken, and the tukou . . . It was Death I Edmund CLAitxrr. Btrdiun. BY TELEGRAPH. MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES From New Yotk. New Yost, June 26 The New Yotk Dry GooJb Exchange lias concluded an estimate of the' present growing cotton rjjpp, baaed upon reports of Sheriffs and promitient persons in every county of the cotton States. It is reported the average crop will be between one-fourlh and one-fifth of the crop of 1860. Five-twenties closed at 1003 ; Seven- thirties m ; wold 1321; flour dull, $10 $H for Southern ; -wheat dull; Chi cngo spring $2$2 10, white Kentucky $330, Canadian $3 20; corn declined l2c; beofojiiiet; pork firm at $31 $31 9j; whiekey dull at $2::7a2:i; spirits turpentine dull at80f?82c; roain dulIat$S(n$8S0.' From St -Louis. St. I ting, June -2.S. Fenator Ijine, of Knnxnfi, is quite ill in this citjr. llis )ili)iciaii thinks it will lie impossible fpr him to lake bin scat in Congress Kuin diiriiin the jreient semion. In the case of Gen. liluir against the jisdgiM of the election, for refusing to allnw him to vole without tuking the oath, th Court decided against him. Flour, lower ami tinnuttled superfine, 25; wheat lower;' rorn betler at t5lo 78''; p. irk and baron unchanged. Fiom New Orlaana. Xe Oiii.EaSJ, June Jrf. Cotton, kla uf COO lialex; declined 2c; low middling, ?,3(30r; receipts, fc bales; superfine tiour, $10; mixed corn, 80(u-82Jc ; oats, :i2c; hay, $22GtX; gold, opened at 152 and closed at lfiOJ ; sterling, nomi iinl; bank, f.Cc ; New York exchange, J prcininm. Fiom Washington. V.'isuii.OTOX, 'June 2R. The SenaM postponed the regular order, which was tbe district suffrage bill, and engaged in I he consideration of tbe Niagara ship raiial bill, making little progress. The House was engaged on tbe tariff bill with a like rSHlt. Sometime ago the House passed a re solution calling on the President to give '.iiv informal ion in his possession, ehow inir wbetliT officers of the Oovernmant buve uiiil-d in fieorgia or other Southern States, in conferring honors on Confed vrales, living or di'ad All the head of Departments bavg suit in jr-psrnte replie, which are etr 1i-:J with the President's message, each 'l tht-iu Mining in efle,1 that they have no information or knowledge of such con duct. From Hariisbutg. HAKKiirao, June 2? An informal meeting of " SolJiers of the Cross," fa vorable to President Johnson's policy, and for tbe selection of candidates for Governor, was held to-day, when it was resolved to call a State Mass Convention on tbe first of August, in this city Rev oluticns were adopted, thanking the sol diers and gaiters for the supprrss'.on of the rebellion. Ficm Cincinnati. Ciscixxati, June 23. Flour dull and declined 25 to 20c: corn advanced lc: oats declined 2 to 3c ; whiskey $2 25 ; provisions firmer ; pork, $32 60 to t? : bnlk meats, 14 to 19c ; bacon. 1C to 20it-, lard dull at 21e ; cotton. 35 to3Gc; fold, 51a. From LoBlSTiale. LonsviLLt, June 23. At a vety large meeting of the Seone Congrea tional Church, tie Her. Dr. Stuart Rob inson, the pastor, wag sustained, and also, tbe action of the Louisville Presby tery, against the late General Assembly at St Louis. Sal of leaf tobacco, 2.1 hhdt mar-1 ket active at full rates; grain un changed; pork, $33; bacon shonldors 16o, clearm'des 20c; lard, 22c; whiskey, $2 25. " ' - ' ' From New 'Albany, Ind. ' Nbw Albimt, June 2S.-tA large and enthusiastic Congressional Convention met here to-day, and nominated M. C. Kerr for re-election to Congress, and passed resolutions approving the Presi dent's restoration policy ; opposing the granting of 'sunt-ages to negroes, and approving the President's vetoes of the Freedmen's Bureau and Civil Rights bin ; approving an amendments to tne stitution at the present time, declaring that no States, wore out of tbe Union during the rebellion, disapproving tbe exemption of three billions of the wealth of the country from taxation,' and. de manding of the next Congress that every species of wealth shall bear Its equal part pt toe nnraen oi taxation. Bsminisosass of a V. S. Senator, Some thirty years ago I was in trade with Judge H , in a pleasant village in ermont, in ine town oi o . There are two villages in the town that are denominated "Upper Hollow and I nwer Hollow." A short distance below the Lower Hol low there lived a man by tbe name of Orlando Bnndy, a blacksmith by. trade. He was in the habit of nsing liquor very freely, especially about election, time. About that time there was an escittag election for representatives to the iek islature, that had just come oflVand all were anxious to hear tbe result. Mr. Bundy happened to be In the store as Judge H was rending the returns from the different towns. Among the ret was that of a town on the west side of the Green Moantains, that had elec ted S. F - for representative. Is it possible thatlhey have elected him a representative? said Mr Uuuily. .1 know him like a book. He was a poor boy and used to live at my father's. .His father died when he was young, awl his mother being poor, he was put out to live with different farmers to earn a living. When he lived with my father he was so poor that he waa not able to have shoe nntil he had earned enough to buy i pair. My father being a well-to-do farmer, was able to keep him in shoes. It irritated tbe boy to think he had no shoes. One day my father sent us to cut Canada thistles la tbe field. I had shoes to protect my feet, but poor S was bare-foot, and the thistles pricked his feet, and I bothered him and laughed at him for not having shoes. He got excited by jeers and the sting of lh thistles, and straightening himself hp be shook lis fist at me, and said : ' Orlando Bundy, f shall see the day that I shall he able to wear shoes." i And so it provrd. He did wear shoes. He acquired an education a profession and his shoes trod the legislative halls of Vermont His shoes pressed tbe floor of Congress, and the Senate Chamber, and many a time have been in tbe place designated for the Vice President, They were the shoes of Hon. Solomon Fpot, United States Senator from Vermont. , Ten Omit a Week. Taa Pt'SLir Lsimiks TH I'l SI.IC 1. LOOKS Thk Fi si.ic Lkuukb Th Pi ai.ic Lrnosa ' Tug Hi hi. if I.kik.h Taa Prm ir Lioore lua Prni.ir Liix.ua Is delivered to all l delivered to all is delivendCloall Is delivered to all Ii deliered!'o ail I. delivered to all Is delivered to all IVn CJentw x "VeeU. Parts or the City Parts of tbe City Parts of die City Part of Ibe City Parts ol the City Parts of the City Part of tbe City Ten CentN a Week. By Faithful Carriers By Faithful Carrier. Jiy faithful Cameri By Faithful Carriers By Faithful Carriers By Faiibfal Carriers by Faithful Carriers Ten Cents tx "Week. For Tea Cents a tfeeg For Ten Cents a Week or Tea Cents a Week or Tea Cents a Week or Ten Crata a Veek For Tea Cents a Week er Tea Cents a Week Ten Cents a Week. Payable t4tbe Carriers Payable te the Carriers , Parable to the Carriesa Parable to the Carriers Payable to the Carriers Payable to tbe Camera Pel able to the Camera Ten Cents a "Week. AtthaKndefEarh Weak At the tnd of F.aek Week At tbe Bad ef Kaok Week AtUieFndofF-wh Week) At tbe F.od ef Earh Week At tbe tod of E.f b Week A the Fud of Faih Week Ten Cents a. Week. F tou do Sot already bkceivi tbe paper, leave roar order, at om Counii. Room, and it will befAithfullv urvd lo vn i ftr. We already ka.e a LARliEK CITV CIBCI LAIION than any of oar morning eo temporariea. but we intend to inereaee it until tbe PcaLW t.ru I n. b. Cnnd ia mvmr rmi - dence an-bain. house in M.njphai,Md thus sake it THE me Jiura for oar basineM men and mercn.ni. to eaaae known to tne pawujwna they may wish te dispose of. WHITMOaS BBOTBSBS, UMadiaoa straei. Cotton G-ins! DLASTEnS AJiD OTHERS WANTIN3 1 Cott" Uin. will take notice tket we ar. sole agents t-r tbe soaibwett to sell the E. famr Co. Cotton Cfn, aad keer a .nprry of al, uti oa kaad. .A ' ,,h "--cw Portable CoUca Fress made. ill mck. a 51X1 pound bale br ta kaaoroftwo men in tttern or twenty minnte. Alf", Portable Eaginei and 11 cm Powers, aad ail sitea Belting, at maanfaetorer'a U't. DjLlABM?AW.Cc,U' iM nTE PERXIXS, LimCSTOX k POST, 3CS Mala atreer,. Memphis. ' ieSMsa By F. P. CORBT. A feat. COMMISSION. C CAYCE, AUCTION . , EMPORIUM, r" X7omlhission" Mdrchant, UK 41. EST ATI' BUOKFK Qayoao Block. 396 Mala St. OTKICT ATTKNTluN GIVEN TO THE O sale nf Mxrchanui.i.', hoe. and Uonts, Hats, ltork of all kinds, in almrt cverrthing from i needle to a steamb. at. t air Liberal advanced ma le on all ronslgn eat when desired. , . i; i . . . , ijuirk sales and nrninot syinciild aall oon finue ..-be BT ntotto. . .Ksteusive rooms fur ;furniurt! au4 storage, Look sharp f '' ' je"-ni wirrox," 1VHHJ11T al CO., No. 3 Promenade Stteot, Corner ,kilern,gt toiitiuisjs.ioii .TierclmiitM roa tag fiir or : : Flour., Bacpn, Pork,. Corn, OaU. Hay, "A. . . . I .. . . SD. . , U K HI Si M'A'L PBOflll . . . Also, Lime, IVMsat, Piastre, . .. ' . AMPLE STOCKS OF TtlB ABOVE' AR Indus always on band. Urdors promptly at tetded to. ja-Sro J. w. mosbison. i. rioarvASTga. MORRISON & CO., COMMISSION MEROH'TS - And dealers in : Feed and all Western Produce, No. 348 Second Street. - Between Qayoso and Union. MPT ATTENTION PAID TO ALL tineas entrusted to as. Orders solicited. Liberal advances made on consignments. MUHK1W. et W. Mtargis. May ll.ltfin. inyl2-3m U. M. BLACK. . JAMES WHIT. Memphis, Tenn. Late Maysvilie. K.y, O. it. CAM HON, Late Maysville, by. BLACK, CAMRON & CO., Produce and Commission At Kill' II A XT Charleston Ave., bear at. C. B. S. Depot, MEMPHIH, TEMN. ' CtOKSIONMKSTSSOLICITKD. PROMPT l attention given id all buriness enirated to our ere, and order, for Provender and Planta tion riupplies filled at shortest notice and at lowest rates. All orders left at 2 Front street will bo eroraptly attenuod t". ai,a-dm Kx. Noams," ' I T. J. SLiCOHTig. Late ot t'aJucan. I Laic vt Bt. Louis, ti. 11. WrsDoa, Late uf Clarksville, Tena. NORTON, SLAIUHTER t CO., Cotton and Tobacco Factota, General.l'uiumhsloii Mercbants 40 Broad Street, New Tork. ('. .11. FHriiif r,'orrepoudent. w K MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCES ON con.ignmeuts of Cotton. RKt'KRKNCta I.N MKMP1IM I B Kirtland, Hill A Co., Bankers. ' V. C. McClure, Cashier Bank ot Memphis. J. W. Page, Cashier Commercial Bank, Ueoige Vt . Trotter, Cotton Factor. M m. A. Ooodwya, Cotton Factor. Benj. Babb. Cotum Factor. Comana, Taus.'ig t Co., Cotton Factors, aifttn FRANKLIN INSURANCE AND BANKING COMPANY, MEMPHia, TNH , , . ' CkarUiJ It 'Ar .Vhir of Btitl coDtiouet to Irai. -t solely ft it en em! Banking & Exchange Business .T THK Cor. of Front and Jefferson Sts., Place fixmerly occupied by Commercial B-wk. SInT DRAFTS FOR NAM'. Ta sum' to suit, on all the principal cities ia the United .State. Collections Promptly Attended te. OUR FACILITIES ARE UNSI RPASSF-D in tbi. departweat, baring prompt and re liable oorrotnondents at nearly all tbe town ia the Western Di'lrirt r,f Tennessee, North Mis. sissipiii. Western and Interior Arkansas, afford ing to us opportunity tor the collection of cess, mercial paper, possessed by bat few, if any. Our capi el is aui.le, and lhi,s wfeo mav ea trast basinen to our rare, may rely oa lb r,t attention tu tneir internt.. OITICKRS: 8. . McCLl RC, - Ji. 8. WHITE, President. Trwuror. riitr.oious: J. J RAW LINOS, 6m of J. J. Rawlings k Co. 9. D. McCLl Kh. M. L. rOKV, tra ef Irwin, Sory k Oo. JOFKPH TAii. NEWTON FOKU, nn of Newton Ford k Co W.BGALBKh.AIU. walbnatk.EUwartACo. H. CAR V, r-q. jeH lin M. COMBS, JR. & CO.," Attorney at Law A5D KOL1CITORH OF CLA1.MM Against all Departments of tbe Govern mer-t. ALSO. rOBEIQjS T.itu AOZNT8. "f.rrLt GIVE PROMPT ATTENTION TO the Hereone Lsw .noh as situree, er rr ej u I Inesote. Claim, ewain.t tb tuartrrwiaster and Comai'mary tieneral s Department, lor "ap plies rarni'hed the amy and fr tran.Krta ti, charter., etr. For 'iyp.rty destroyed and kxrses kwt by eaptore or killed ia serviee. For pensions, pna. taen. bownty, arrear "f pay. Me. dae ofLeefs. uldier. and seatnea. wbrt. or colored or thr heiranU-Uw ; and eiaims of ail kinds against the United Hate in all depart Bents of tbe Government. Will aleo pra-t.e. law ia all the Conrt. of Record ia Saelew eosntr. and tba rdrraJ Court, for tbe iliuricu of Wt lenatawe. Comspondence solicited from attorney at law and rrspectabi scoots throughout the onntry. Terms moderate, and ce cbarr made enlenj neeefal. .Coenmnninetioa by ma iH with stamp ea eKx0 will nee. re prompt attenUoa. RirtssTcas Everyfirst-elaee businewkne ia Meeapbia. aa well w tbe many highly re eperubt. eiueeus thronrhoat U htate, wboa elatma w kar eollrete-i. OSee, Boom V. 2, PottoSEe BnUdliir. leS-lsa MEMPHIS, TEN5. TRANSPORTATION. IMPORTANT TO ' TRAVELERS aaTWStg , . ,,, . " Meiupbia and the Eastern Cltiee, i I The Great Broad-Oauge " A I lun Uc ttnd Creat Wwleru RAILWAY JS NOW OPKN. AND RUNNING TWO daily fust Kx press Trains frnm Cinoinnati to ' l i ,, t- .1 . : Li avw I ora rdu bii x-.Mivrii innw. xmmvhbv, will Snd this a most desirable route. The equip, menta of this road are unequaled by any on this onntiuenL Elegant falace bMeplng cars ao eompany all night trains, and (Mooting Cars on all trains. Ample time is allowed at regular hours for meals, and the unbroken broad-gauge without change otters to traveler, a degree oi lerurity, comtort and speed not to befoandoa any other route. Connections via Cairo, St. Iiuis ar Chictfo for this route are certain t also connections lor riltsourg, i-nitaueipnia. nam mora and vYahinrton. Tickets had and bag gage checked through at all principal South western other. For further information and through tickets, apply to . 14 Jefferson street. R. . BT1NOTON. i 6 J eff.rsoB stress. K.F. FULLER, General Ticket Agent. i 1 I), M-CLAHKN, , , 4 ; , Uoneral rjunerinteiuleoL 1)AAC roLJt,-iefc-3m ' Pen 'I Southwestern Agent MEMPHIS AND OHIO It A I Lli OAD, 8hortent, Quickest and Beat Route TO ALL POINTS ' . . 1 i '. North, East and West 1 TWO DAILY PASSENGER TRAINS. FEED. SAFETY COMFORT COMBINED Baggage Checked Through. Elegant Sleeping Cars oa all Night Trains. TO CAIRO BT RAIL IN FIFTEEN HOURS. DAILY MAIL PASSENGER TRAIN tStinilflV ercoteai. learea Memphis at 8:80 a.m., making close connection at Hum boldt with Mobile and Ohio Railroad for Mo- ile. Meridian, Columbus, t-ormtn, jsoKson, Trenlnn. tinion Ciiv. Paducah. Columbus, kr.. and all stations on that road, and at Cairo with Illinois Central Hailrosd lor all JNortbern ana eastern cities. Night Expreaa at 8 p.m. every day. ' This train is esseeially for throngs, travel. It is furnished with new and eotnmoiiioas, well ventilated ears, elegant and sptendi t sleeping cars, and goes through without any change of cars ur bagiriige, making clotf connections at Cairo with through Express trains on Illinois Central Railroad at 11 a.m., reaching Ht. Louis from Memphis in t. hours; Louisville in .'12 hours ; Cincinnati in ! hours; making this the shortest, quickest and best route to all points North and Knst. . , Throush Tickets for sule st all the principal Ticket OttieM in tk.South ; in Memphis, at Osyi.so Hoiue. r. Cook, Ah'ent; 14 JeBersoa street, Larry llarmstad, Airent ; at Memphis and Ohio Railroad Oepol, head nf Main street. SAM. li. JD.VKS, je-lin Oerernt Superintendent CHINA & CLASS WARE. China, Glass & Queensware. VOORHEIS & PATRICK, Importers snd dealers in , China, ' . giieiiawiir, UOlSIi FCKMSHINCi GOODS, i Nil rllTClf OTIfFR ARTICLES l'S(l. J ally kept in a hist cla Crock. ry More. Our toc conyiits in part of Plain and decorated China Tea and Ihnner Sets, Elegant Gold Rand Tea and Dinner Sets, , Beautiful plain and decorated Chamber Sets, ' Plain, ltoheiaiaa aud Cut Engraved Glass oi every design, , Table Cutlery, Silrerplated Castors, .Spoons and Forks. Wood aud Willow Waia, . Waitera, Water Coolers. Bio. VOORlltld X PATIlICK. 1H Main street, " P.elween Wn -binefon snd Poplftr . COAL. BRIGGS &PETERS0N Wholesale anJIHetall US)!.:,!' Oeulers in ' BEST PITTSBURG COAL, . 11 MkiIUoii hired, in the I'ut.lic l.eilife-r Ituildingt, M KM fUIS, iKXN rEH 01: 1.0 Kt.PfcCrHi LL1' INFOKM tbe pablw seuermliy. that we are prepared diver tbe ben article of PittHburg Con.! ' Al any point in the city. THE VERY LOWEST TERMS ON We also have means of tarnishing COAL TO HTGAMIIOAlb Hepidly and protnpUy. Of which mmwianders would do well to avail themselves. ' . Our favt-ranaingstaa-ta LAUREL,. Captain V II Hebrre, Commander, Is always ready to do towing of any deseriptiea or distance. Her landing i at the Foot of Union Ktreu,. Eetweea Main and Front Streets BRANCn OFFICE 354r MAIN 8T. jim. j. n. moseit;t. Oar Oeweral Agent, will Ve harrr ta III a orders promptly at tne lowest caah prices. BANKING. J. If. PaOB, Jr., Pres't. H. E. OaktH, Cashier COMMERCIAL BANK V . ' ' , OF TEXNFXSi:iw ' .: Corner of Main and Madlaon ttg. MEMPUI3. TKNNESS'EK, ' ; . . ' Does a General Banking Bnsinoss, . BUYS AND SELLS EXCHANGE, GOLD '" " "! ' ' ' AND ' : " TJNCURRBNT MONET." jelt-lm i- THE SAVINGS . BANK OF MEMPHIS. DIRECT O It S i i M.J. WICKS. W.'C. RE11REX. W. B. GHEEXLAW. ' SAM. TATS, B. B. WADDKLL. , , llaarais, June 1, lSOti. fPHIS BASK. INCORPORATED BT AN J. aet of the Legislature of Tenneasee, ia how tally organised aad prepared to transact a gen era! - ' Banking & Exchange Business. WILL RECEIVE DEPOSIT BtTY AWD SELL EXCIIAXGE On the principal rities la the I'nited States; make collection, on accessible nointa and remit promptly at current rates of exchange. . M'Uovernuient, titate and other securities bougnt and sold, aad orders Tor same will re ceive prompt attention. ' It. J. WICKS, President. W. O. MoCTjTJHE, Cashier. JeT-lra Tennessee National Bank. DBSIONATBD DEPOSITORT OP THI CK1TED STATES. ALSO ,' DEP0SITAB.Y AHD PIHARCIAL A0EKT For the Diahkt of West Tennessee, - Does a General Banking Bueinese MARKS COLLECTI0KS Uf SOUTHERN slAlb3, ON FAVORABLE TIHM8. . MAIN HTRKET, Old Stand or the Planter. 13ank OEO. R. RIITTER. President J.B. lU'TCHINSOS. VicefrosX WALTKR H. M0K0AX, Cashier. i4 Ira 8. OsngN, Cashier 1st Nat'l Bank, Nashville 11. Tossv, late Oritling k Tebey, Memphis. COaiKFiau, laieUnUingJkTooey, Memphis OODEX, TOBEY tt CO., BANKERS and BROKERS, No. 16 Jefferaon Street, WILL RECEIVE DEPOSITS, Bn and sail ' 1 Gold. , Silver, ExrliaiiKN ' Uiiourrenl Mu-j , And all kinds of ' Govcriiment Weoui'ities. s PBCIAL ATTKSTIOJI UIVKN TO CO 1 i ; nn.i o j . . i ' l ' 1 1 1 1 1 u u,iui,u,-,e ill. ,'1UU XCUAHGE oa New Tork alaras' m api-itaa CAY0S0 SAVINGS INSTITUTION, MEMPHIS, TENNEaSEE, BANKING HOUSE, S: 10 HaditMta Mtrcvt. - '1 '1118 UfSTITCTION. ORGANIZED IX A. 1 continues to transact a general Banting & Exchange Business. WILL RECEIVE DEPOSITS, BUT AND SELL Fereign anil DomeMW Exrhaiigt?, Oold, Sliver, . and I iicurreot ' Money. aUe Ksrhaage let Bwane la steiK Par. chasers, L.udoa nasi all Uie lcaet la( cities ef the I'aiUea Hfatea, a wet will made Coliectlaws am all accessi ble placca ta the avth mud West. K. M. AVEBl , Caehler. JOIIS C. IiAMIKU, President. srin-tiri DRY GOODS. w H 0 H P5 ft o H CO 0 b to W 0 a O w o1 o tn o CO trj o t 1 A iM. MEDICAL. ! ) D R . - B O H 'A N N A N, ' Noa.' 50 and 33 fine Btreet,' y Between Third and Fourth, . , r f t i - , ' , i . ' I NT, I,OUIH, - - MIHHOtTIit Established In St Louis' in 1S37. CIT K KS ALL DISEASES WITHOUT MKR t i-nry, and in the shortest time possible, be being the discoverer of . TIMETABLE, 11EMEIHES That will eradicate all traces of VENEREAL Ulab'ASK. SynoiliSi eonorrhsa, Gleet, ' trietvrat, ' " Herourial Affections, Aad diseases of the skin, yield immediately to bis great VKliKTABLK MEIICINd. He cirres all caser in' a short rime. Recent cases of uUisorrhea aud tiyphiliapoeiiively cared in a few days, lie does not confine his practice to the-treatment of Venereal AlectUius, bat is as geuerid as that of any other physician. All PKMALK COMPLAINTS AN1) OBcJTRUO TION8 removed in a short time. Tbe utmost seoreay can be depended An, and those desiroaa of eonsultinsr him bv eaailean do so by enclosing stamp. Addresj IK. 0. A. BOH ANNAN, Nas. AO 4 52 Pine. bet. Third and Fourth its., ' - ST. LOl'IS. M0. SEMINAL WEAKNESS CURED. D1 R.lionAJlNAS'S VEQEf A ble elec tnarv. a Dleasant and nalatable cure for ipermatnrrboa or seminal weakness. This rem edy, which has been used by the renowned Dr. Bohann.au in his private practice for over twenty-five years, was never known to fail In curing tba wurat eases of seminal weakness in from two to rive weeks. Atterpver twenty-fire years' use in private practice, It is now adver tised solely for the bene tit uf the unfortunates to save them from the bands of merciless Quacks, If not from the grave. Price ti a box eent to all Jart of tbe country. For sale at Dr. Bo harKian's nrKoa. No. Ml Pine strict, between Third aad i'ourth. Established in SU Louis In 1857. . , MEDICAL ADVICE FREE. ALL THOSE WHO ABE SUFFERING from "Spermatorrhea" or "Seminal Weak ness." or anv Private Disease, or ara in doubt as to the eiact nature of their enmplaint.ahonld send at ence for Dr. Bohaunan'a Treatise oa Special Diseases," which gives a full descrip tion, symptoms, etc.. of all "Chrenis" and "Special" diseases, aa to leave no room tor doubt. This valuable work is sent FREE to any address. Direct to Dr. C. A. B011ANNAN, Nns. 60 and 52 Pins street, between Third and Fourth streets, Su Louis, Mo. Established in St. Louis in 1M7. . , ap2o-3m LADIES DESIRING A CLEAR AND gEAVritjtlUJil- ri rinrv v v- vn M t -s Vj I t K T a 09 GeobgeW.IaJij): rpHIS DKLlUHTfUL TOILET ARTICLE 1 has no equal fur Preserving aud Beuutityipg ins wompiexioa and bain. . Depot, 74 fulton Street, N. Y. Sold by Prns-gisM everywhere, iiMt LECAL. Attachment Suit: ' Fry, Ebeler A Co..) , r vs. ' II. flankers. . 1 . IT APPKAKS FK0.M AFFIDAVIT IN 1 this case that the defendant. II: Dnnkera. a non-resident of the ritale of Tsiiueave'e. It il therefore ordered that ha make bis appearance at air odice in the itr of Metimliis. Shelby county, Tennessee, on or before the ,th day nf July, men and tacre to plead, answer or demur to couinlain.nl. hills, or tbe same will be taken for cnmesed, snd set for hearing ci part. This lyih day of Juae. lrti. P. 11. riElNRICII. jcgl-dwlaw ' Justice of the Peace. Attachment Suit. J. Burkle A Co..) , , , vs. t " H. Donki rs. i I , ' . i IT Ai'PKARS FK0M AFFIDAVIT IN 1 tkisra-e that the defendant, H. Dnnkers, is a non-resident of the Htate of Tenna-see. It is therefore ordered that be make bis eppesrance at my oniee in tbe city or Memphis, bbelby county, Tennessee, on or before the 2 th day of July, lafit : (kea and there to plead, aaswer or demur to coiuj'laitianta' bill, or the sause will be tsken loreonteseii, and set for near, a exparte. idis into aay uj june, i. P. II. HEINRICH, JeIV4wIii Justice ol i he Peaee. Trustee's Sale. DITRSIJANT TO THK PROVISIONS 01' A 1 deed of trust executed to me by h. U. Dun can, nn ihe.Mh day of October, lwA and regis tered in ths Register's office of bhelby couuty, on tba Alib day of October. 1So5. la book No. I. pages '& and 'A to secure tbe payment of a debt therein speeitied; 1 will, en laelav, tne M day of July, liwst, ia fiont of tbe premises, sell to the highest bidder, for cash, a lease of two and one-half (2H years, from tbe ath day of urtooer, li-i.i. oi a lot siiuaiea oa me e,i sine of Allen's avenue, in the city of Memphis, county of Hbelby and Stateoflennef.ee. imme diately sontb of tbe first alley lout b of Vance street, together with the improvements therroa. Bale to take place between It o'clock a.a. and je21-10t WILLIAM CLARK.Trastee. Chancery Coart of Memphis, Tenn Martha Skearwood, ) ' Lena bearwood. I I Z aMe.ring from aihdarit in this eaose that A toe delcndnnt, Leon bnearwooa, ia anon resident of the Htate of Tennessee It is there fore ordered that he make his appearance here in at the Courthouse ia the city of Memphis, leanesses, oa or before tbe first Monday in July next. Wt, and plead, answer or demur ta complainant's bill, or the some will be takea for confessed, as to him, and set for hearing tx-paHt; and that a copy of this order be published oure a week, 1st lour sneceeeive woeks, in the Mempnis risLir LtDoia. A body attest: : A. ALHfON. Clerk A Master Robertson Miller. Sol. for Cora. Irl-lewet Admlnlslrator Notice. TT fAVINO TAKE5 OCT LETTERS OF AM Administration anon the separate estates of Jackson Lynch, deceased, and Kavio rnew art, deceased, 1 eleeire to make eeltlemeat : this is. therefore, to notify all persons who ace in debted to either ef said estates to ennte Pirward and settle tbe same, aad all who hareeJaiiai sraiast the same to prrscnt then to sne, at the euraer ot 2d aaul liualor l streets, vnrieea. 8. D, AYDKLOT'J C Adm'r of Jac -..on Lynea, der d. aad of David Stew art, dee'd. ei;-Iaww Jonem. nLE'JTION JiOTlCE.- TheqOaliSe vcteri of tbe city of Memrhll are aoutied mat polls w,H be opewed at ho. $ Earme lloasc, ca Adam, street, aad Jto. 6 ta y ne H"-e. en l-bethr street, on the .'.th day of air. if, between the boars of las.sa. aad p.m.. ben they are rt qui red to vote for or .ssiuet the isue of the Time Bends ef the He to the amount ef jCVi.uuu to fund the dae debt of tbe city, and toUVui for the iniprov.atJl eume. vin., in iMUtuaoao Wlia U)a OIUI nance of tbe Board of Aldermen. jc7-lm JOHS TAEat, Mayor. PRINTINC. OOOD WORK. CASH PRICES Punctuality -Befote All ! Thluga WIUTSlOnii ' IsKUTHKKS, Proprietors of THE PUBLIC LEDGER j HTlliAM ,.il . JOB PRINTING HOUSE 13 MudliMiil Nlr.-I. Having bow In full and '-(Iroperation Tbe Cook ana Job Denurtnuiiis Ot this extensive establishment, take thi. mode of calling the attention of our patron, and friends, and tbe public generally, to our new - &TEAM ARRANGEMENTS. This office is now the largest and best ap pointed Printing House in the Southwest, and fully equal ui any in tbe East as regards lis fa stlities for executing with " Cheapness, Neatness and Dispatch, Printing of svery vnrltty and In any color. If cannot be surpassed by any establishment Eaiti ar Mouth. i ; . ; -- -'.I.,..- . ; ALL, KlfllW OF WOIMC, Either in Plata oi Ornamental Type Plain Black, Colored Inka, , ' Ooia Leaf and Bronzoa, , I- ' I. ..(''!.. . Ia every meaner known to the profeuio .. home or abroad. ENGLISH, VkENCH AND GERMAN PKlM'lNtl. BOOKS AXD IM5IIMII.I: l Printed with beautifully cut type Ornamental, plain suj sn-j Steamboat Printing Specimens alwayi ou hitnd al uur Ci upuks Room. INVITATION CARDS And BALL TICKETS, Illuminated with the latest ornamental au I ball room scenes.. . Oar large assortment of type foi j SHOW BILLS AM) l'OSTK US. Is not sxcelled in the I'nituil ,St.,tea. The Larcc I'Utorials Can bow be as readily and cheaply done at thi' ' office as they are in the East, ami in an hand some style. Ws have in our office tbe largest sire Pwc now tn nee, together with Steam Jobbers & Power rrcsse.v 4a addition to our extra lari-e lj, sr luit a splendid assortment ot small plaiu and lam Job Letters luitablefor fine work BUSINESS CAKDS AND CIUCl'l.AliS OoQft 'lU bUJtlfUUl .-I) It', itli -ittl .f.lt t: . U I I I. O M S Forhouls and colleges printed e-tual lo ! perplalr.. Masons'.tOdd fellows', and tons of Tcinptiauce L'ONHTITII '1' ION H Printed IP elegant kij It Our Prices Have fleeu Ileducod, And now will eomj.are with tbe cheapest ret a r t establuhed Job OUice 'ew Vork ot Philadelphia. Wsare enahrttt t ,rii.l CARDS AND BILL-HEADS With great celerity, and our prices tionateiy lower. are i-roi or- Proaiptan particular attention given to. ainoa r.i Military and Itsllresd PRINTING. Bill. Ladinr. Fnneral Nottees, Bank Uberka, Catalogues, Cirenlareot all kinds, lUt'lips. Insurance Policies. Blank Deed. Ill 1 1 lleadL lheln. Action l'.ills, Prosramiuea. Draylirketa, PeriiKtirais, Aotirea, Mafaiinea, Blank Receirts, Klectioa Tickets,. OOUNTRT 8TORD BILLS Of every des-ription. Illuminated with suitable device, sack as railroad cars, straiubo.t, etr. BLANK HOOKS, With itrint'-d beads, toeetber with rrerv kin. ef Plain and Faney Work dn,e w,th disi at.h WniTMCRE BROTHERS 13 Madisra street.