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PUBLIC LEDGK.lt.
POETRY.
Por th Publlo LJr.)
I WATCH FOB THW. '
murictru' ir igsfaiiignTO not w. t
I watch fur thee! when parting day
Sheds on (he earth a lig'ring rsy t
With bit lt bluets o'er tbe ros
A richer tint of crimson throwii
And v'ry "uw'ret's kM areeurl'd
I.iko Boeuty. shrinking from the world I
When silcne reigns, o'er lwn and la,
Then, dearest lor. I watch for tho.
I watch for thM, when ore's Btst itar
Chinos dimly in the hearers afar
And twilight'! mists and shadows grey
, T n the luke' broad water play t .
When not a broeic, or sound is heard,
To startle evening's lonoly bird (
But hashed it o'en the humming beo
Then, dearest lore, I watch for that I
Iwutchfurthoel wben on theeyrs
Of childhood slumber gently liosj
When sleep hai stilled thenoity mirth
Of playful voices round our hearth,
And each young cherub's fancy glow
With droauis that enly childhood knewi,
Of pleasure pat, or yet to be
Then, dearest love, I watch for thee.
I watch fox thee ! hope of my heart I
Returning from the crowded mart
Of worldly toll, and worldly strifo.
And all the busy scenss of life i
' Then, If thy brow of brightness wear
A moment's ipee, the hade of care.
My luiile amid the gloom shall be
The rainbow of the storm to thee.
KMMA.
BY TELEGRAPH.
fiXIDN IGHT DISPATCHE3
FROM WASHINGTON.
Wajuinotox, May 6 The War De
partment, in accordance with the advice
of this Altornfy General, ordered the
rnromander at Fortress Monroe to obey
the habeas corpus for the production of
the body of Mr. Davis in the United
States Circuit Court at Kicliuiuud, on
Monday next
A dispatch from Ricbmond gays the
prand jury of the United States District
Court, empanneled this morning, has
three colored men from Alexandria
among the number.
In the Supreme Court, this evening,
Attorney ; General Stanberry closed the
argument on the Georgia and Mississippi
injunction case. He spoke as to the
general principles involved, and denied,
as heretofore, that these cases had any
place in court They were not within
the jurisdiction of a court of equity,
such as the Constitution provides. There
was in them no basis of property on
which relief could be given. Georgia
and Mississippi, according to the bill
filed, undertook to speak for all the
people of those States, when there was
no evidence of this fact. Besides, of the
ten Southern States over which recon
struction acts were to operate, oply two
were here. It was not known to the
contrary that the remaining States were
dissatisfied, for they had not presented a
bill of grievances. The law gave a citizen
the right to vindicate himself, and could
do this as successfully as a State could
for him. The counsel on the other side
had invoked the court to save their liber
ties from destruction, and to preserve the
integrity of the States on whose behalf
they appeared, but, said the Attorney
Geuaral, no inherent power for that pur
pose is in this court, for Congress might
so act as to destroy the court by impeach
ing Judges on false accusation, or by
denying salaries requisite to their sup
port It rested with the people, however,
to secure the honesty and right doing of
legislation, and on this basis one must
look for preservation of rights of citizens
and of guaranteed rights of States. No
further proceedings took place on ques
tions before the court The court ad
journed immediately on the conclusion
of Stanberry's argument
FROM NEWORLEANS.
New Obleass, May 6. The following
names for the new levee board have been
appointed by General Sheridan: Messrs.
Effingham, Lawrence, Plaquemine Pa
rish; J. II. Oglesby, Orleans; J. Burn
side, Ascension; W. D.Smith, Jefferson;
W. K McMillan, Carroll.
A fire broke out, yesterday, in a man
ufactory of composition roofing, ea
daggering the as works It was with
difficulty subdued. Loss, $12,000.
Negroes attempted yesterday to get up
a riot by taking possession of the Ram
part street cars and appropriating them
to their use the whites refusiig to ri le
on those appropriated by the blacks.
Saturday night negroes threatened to
force an entrance into the French Opera
House. The equality whites appear de
termined to take advantage of the tem
porary reduction of the police force on
account of General Slioridan's crder to
the effect that one half of the old police
be discharged aad Bubstitud by ex-Union
soldiers.
gJjFIeavy storm last night Another
crevasse on the west bank of the river,
thirteen miles afore the railroad.
The steamer Prince Albert, which left
Corpus Christi for New Orleans with
cargo of cotton and hides, was wrecked
on the beach at Vest Galveston yester
day. She will be a total loss. There
was no insurance, ller crew and passen
gers were saved.
foueTgn.
Loxdox, May C p.m. Tb Chinese
rebellion is reported spreading. The
rebei. i are threatening Nankin.
The Derby jiverrjineut hag ceased to
crpose tie prrposed reform meeting.
Lodo, May 6 noon. Consols, 9J;
Erie, 42; M-nois Centrals, 75; bonds,
'71; bre-dstu-", anchangr..
Liverpool, May 6. Cotton dull and
declined J; '. 12.000 bales; up
land, HH; Orieani, 11; breadstuff,
quiet ; euro, -I t ; rror''oin, unchanged ;
spirits turpentine, Zjt CJ, fine resin, 13i ;
Loi.doa market ncchar.gl
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
XEWS DEALERS & BOOKSELLERS
Are Informed that the
AMERICAN NEWS COMrAKY,
Or NSW YOHK,
VBK RKADT TO BUPPLT, AT Til a
earliest tuoufunt, and on the very lowest
teruiSi
Newspapers, Duily and Weokly,
Magazines, Tjime Novel,
. Books, Cheap Publications, '
, ' School Books,. Envelopes,
Fens, Writing Pupera,"
And EVERYTHING wanted by a
SEWS DEALER OS BOOK-sELLES.
Dovribing the nature of the News Business,
how to do It, names of Papers and Mag
siines, with their prices, eto
will be sent FREK to all
whoaskfortheut.
Address
The American News Co.,
110 and 131 Xanadu St.,
NKW VO-lIt.
IlE SI ARK A RLE NOTELTY!
8TEBEO3COPI0 VIEWS OT
INTERIOR OP MAMMOTH CAVE, KEXTl'CKT,
JCHT PI RLISIIItn T
E. A II. T. ANTHONY A CO ,W1 Broad
way. N. 1 .. dealers in 1'boto. Materials, Al
bums an Stereoscope.
N. 1' A oouiplct noint in maae Atnuro-
sire i't by i' Inches, with Chemicals, eta., for
V'uh.lvnu. inrf I'h.itAirrai.hin ItM.Bfi.n..
mi.
WA.NTKD KVKRY W R KKB-SLiuiHe,
Limns UMTI.MK1I $100 to $M
Mourn To sell the eoauine Common
Sense Family Sewing Maehine, Pneeenlyll..
This machine will stitch, hum, fell. tuck. hind.
quilt, braiil and embroider. Tse sloth eanaot
be pulled apart., even aner cutting swim tae
seam every guarterof a inch. Every machine
wurmntAif fi.r three years. Rend for eirculara
and terms in ageot. er eall at McDowell's
Hlock. corner fourth ana orwn sts.. L,oisvine,
Kf. ILISS k McKATH KON. Uoneral Ag'ta.
NOHTII
AMEBICW STEAMSHIP COM,
OPPOSITION LISB TO
California via Xlciirngua,
EVERT 20 DATS.
With Passengf rs, Freight and U. I. Kails.
fft THE FOLLOW I KQ
FIRST-CLASS
J Steaiaihips:
On AtlsnticOcean.
Cnnn'rnn PaeiQoOe'n.
America,
Id cans Taylor,
.Nebraska,
Nevada.
BantiaKO De Cuba,
Dan 1 ranolaco,
Nicaragua,
Dakota,
Passage and Freight at Reduced Rates.
SAILISQ DAYS FROM KEW TOM '.
April 2ntb, - - lWIJuly 10th, - 1867
Mav 10th and 30th. " July 20th, -
Juno 20tb. - - I
Anrf aver twenty davs thereafter, leaving on
the Saturday previous wben tbe regular sailing
day comes on Sun lay. For further informa
tion epplv to tbe NOHTII AMERICAN
BTKAMiSrllPCO.; .. .
tt M. u. " nuu, rreriaenr,
14 Kxchanee Plane, Now York.
D. N. CARRINUTON. Agent.
177 Wot strout. corner W arret, X. Y.
OLD. GOLD, MY (i()LlKN CUMPOUJiD
T will force the beard to grow on the smooth
est fare in 21 days. Satisfaction given or
tnony refunded. Bent by mail posaire paid
Inr 50 cents. Address K. II. COLVIN, Uadley
Station, Lawrence t'e., 111
r i.EP YOUK FKKT I'RYl TH E PATENT
etalln- Sole, nanutactured exclusively ny
he AMERICAN PATENT METALLIC
SI10E-;0LK CO.. J,o. 157 Broadwajr, New
York, and fur sale everywhere, is a perfect
guarantee of WARM DRY FEET, against
sund.ngorwslking on WET PAVtMfcNTS
and DAMP GROUND : does not interfere with
the mo.t delicately fitting beot or shoe, and
adapted to every age, sex and cuaditioa.
PRICE. 25 CENTS. Large discount to the
trade. Agents appelated. Send for Priee List
and Circular. Four pairs sent free by mail as
samples for 1 Address S. K. CHURCH, Sec
retary, No. 157 Broadway, New York.
A Household Necessity.
ONLY TWENTY-FIVE D0LLABS!
riMIE STAR SHUTTLE SEWINU MA
1 ehine. Aa eetirely new invention nii
athrr Anting MaeAme in rue norm. ri-
E.NTED1M7. It usee (wo lArrads. and makes
Snick ol'Hs on ftof A , mat wm nei r,p er
.nrae.i. It eeuibines simplicity, darakility
and beaaty. It in M large u otner nrsi-ciais
machines. A ebild caa learn U work it. It
I do every variety oi lanniy sewing ana uiii-
onnff. It will sew imm me aacia aso ,
leather. In erder to introduee the A'ir tihuHlt
Sewxng .Mucim inte every nousenoia i me
laad. we propose to forii? theia eemplete.
with oae shuttle, six bokains. a full set of
needle, nil tan, eerew-driver. direotie. ete.,
etc., at theunjrer(lnri prire of only Timtv-
rtve X"llor, on rereipi ei winu w, niu
(free of expense), and ship to any address.
V W. G. WILSOK CO.,
Hi Second street, Memphis, Tenn.
N. B. Each Maehine warranted for five
years. Persons who order Machines and Ind
that they are otherwise than represented, ean
return them aad get their money back.
Arts. JITS A."ilM)
MERIDKN CUTLERY COMPANY,
Manufacturers ef Superior
TAIILK CUTLKKY,
. f n IT h Tkam asiJ PnAna
ni fenrif l.ry, xuru, uumiiwii; -is xe-
llandleM. AUo, exclutjire Manafattursn of
tbe Patent
ItUBBEIl
HANDLE,
whi-hit THE MOST DURABLE HANDLE
EVER KNOWN. , ,
It is much le expensive than Ivory.
T, rntuin, i tM lih VDn in USO.
It is warranted NOT TO BEC021E LOOSE
In the Handle.
It is not affected by HOT WATBR.
y.r win hv all thn t rincii.al Dealers In Cut
lerv thmushou' the United hitates. and by the
MKK1UK 1 1 I L E K I lUSri.ll.J. 1
I W TO' Celebrated Portable and Stationary
IJILJ Htcnm lOntf IneH,
All Bieea, and Superior to all Other
Call or write for Circular. "V
SMITH A BKGGS. St. Louis, Vo.,1
Wm. P. IIOVEY.. Milwaukee. Wie.. 1 1P1U
JAME JFNKS. DetroiU Mich., Ar"15
C. L. KICE A CO., Chicago, III., J
A M HS' IRON WORKS. Proprietor, Oswege,
J,ewlork.
DRUNKENNESS CC1UD. UPHAM'8
Antidote for strong; Drink is a sure eure
for Drunkeniess. Can be given in eonue or
l.qnor without the ktowledne or the pa tent
Hrice,l a hox. Sent by mail te any add's
hy S. C. UP II AM, J.) South Eighth street, Philadelphia-
Circjlar sent free.
CTAR
SfANULFD BANNER." A
lurve 8 para illvtraled I'tKr, ohaapeei
and funniest paper out. Full ef fua, fact
ml funrv. Onlv fAentM for a whole v ar. and
a gift free to erg sahenher worth from
rcnlsto $25. Send ! cents for a yeer.er a
si ecimen aent for 10 cents Address STAR
SPANGLEL' BANNER. Hinsdale. N. II.
8. g. ckiTT.guig. c a. aaauxisT,
CLARENDON HOTEL,
CINCINNATI. OHIO.
S.E.CRITTE!SDE.1 A CO., rrop'i.
HAVING LEASED THE PP.OPERTT
known as the Walnut Street fluuw, aad
rotiiiileted our itanruveuieaU utfoa lb. aaiae.
it now thoroughly rtturn'ihed, painted, ear
pete, and in njot exoe lent eoadilloo, and
will tium Ibis dale be the
CLAUENDON HOTEL
We shall be moit feaat y see oar friend
and the travelinr pulhe. and ruara,ntee tbe
odationf of the Cl.AKENDUN to V
tqinl to any hotel in the eity.
aur Telesrai h ofhe in the hotel.
.. E. CHIIIBNDEN k CO.
March H'h. Y-f.
Ladiog, Discard Iajurious Paddicgt.
MADAM J1MKLS MAMM ARIEL BALM
and P.t.nt Breast Kievat-rt develop the
farm physielncally. Ieot Canal street.
New York. Send sta-p t'-r eirealar. Bold at
Drucg'Sts and ladie. fnre'.hine storey
1IIE UREA TSOCTH WKSTEUXMA OA
nmt m tllti Wit rr.iiin wrm,
turn, -,earilf kvovirdit nmJ uU kimU tV
wm, Ara.-i .irwiff reorl;ntf. empuu mtmlhi;
rilrru of tit CI rci l. l
oiri auali. .M-fa MmmOrt tw crT
t.nrln MtimMiui. SI. 'e U. BL T
r-jlv(. A irr-,Witk '". , ,. .
. J. UlbliLe. A-'.-ier,
itvmmtt. Am,
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
UANTKI.
MERCANTILE AGENTS IN EVERY
III town Aontuiu ntf any business houses.
(hroitiraout k'aniimkv. TaBiiassy. and Southern
Indiana. Men acquainted with tho merchants
of their oaanty pro I erred, as thoennvas will be
auiung tha busiueas eouiuiunny aimosi exclu
sively. This is a good opportunity to clear a
haadsome sum by a few dava work. For tur
111 or pariioulait address, with stamp.
L. P. WALKER CO.,
Louisville, Ky.
Th in In ii lliiiiilMig!
HY RENDING !0 CENTS AND STAMPS
J) with age. bight, eolor of oyes and bair, you
will receive, ny return mail, aeorrcot picture of
u.... r.ii.ir. krt.h.nil nr mifm. with name Rtltl
dale of marriago. A4dre,a MINNIE I'M K-
TUV. P. . Drawer No. HM, Kiillonvllle, IS. Y
DRUGS.
r ANDRBTH'3 GARDEN SEEDS, FRESH
I . 1 i . t I . .
lJ m, "'prV. GOODYEAR
f1VTW.fl TP AT. AWD TlKNTAL IXSTKn
menu. Ear TrunipeU. Trusses (double and
single), Lancets genuine Events', Scarifica
tor", Port Caustic, Canula and Trooars Silver
Speoulums, Stethoscopes, Probangs, Saddld
iiags, resianos. A'i aincrj mr me i
l. r wuuis i r. A n. d,
arns. JAMPS BFTTS1 UTERO ABDOMI
11 NA L SUPPORTERS j London UteroAb-
doiuinai Supporters tor sale at , ,
Prog and Apothecary Store.
XTURSINtl BOTTLES AND BREAST
1 Pumi.s-elasa and rubber, all kinds and
latUrn-lor sale at r.v-r. .
liliu it l r. A IV o,
1110 Pocond street, Memphia.
OflAPfi- T.ITBTN'S. nOXDRAYS, Kl.M-
O niels. Low's. Colgate's. Wright's, Ilawley'a,
Smith s and iiaain s, lor sale at , J,,
uuuu i r. a n. o.
I 0 Second street.
IXTRACTSFORTHEnANDKERCHIEFi
li Lubia's, Napoleon Price's, Condrav s, Ba
lm's, ilawley'a. Wright's, Phalon's and
guiitta a, far sale at
OOODYEAR'S,
Slo Second street
PATENT MEDICINE?. ALL KINDS:
a. r ine voioane, loreinu , .
ti i v.. l.a..l ..UKsw hum
lirusuei ; tiini". uuumu, ih'"-". -""-i-l '
i'ine Brandies. Wiaea, Gii. and Bourbon w his
ky, tor aieuieinai puraows; niwuim,
and surgeons'; Ceugk Loienge: in fine, all
kinds of Drugs oan be found at UOODYEAB. p
Drug and Apothecary Store, at greatly reduces!
nriM, Tall and aaamine for yourselves. atSlf
Second street.
"COR CHILLS. FEVER AND AGUE AN D
M. neuralgia, hbv up u i. w .............
and for Hair Dresaing, esneeially for the toilet,
nothing better than the COMP. GLY CERIN UT
1IA1U, lU.ilt;. ir.v laeim. mey are i
they purport to be. Prepared only at
OOOOYEAR'N,
72 RIO Hucond Htreet,
PROFESSIONAL.
Concentration Gives Strength.
m. F. B. WALTON TENDERS BIS
.;.. to thn nuhlic in tha trcatuitfiit of
theVeeares of females. So obscure are many
of theee, so capricious in their manilw'ations,
so perfectly do thoy simulate pther d ieeases,
that their true eharacter is often overlooked or
mistaken ; prominent among these ar 8, Neu.
ralgia Dyspepsia, that condition of tha system
commonly called Nervous or Rheumatic, and
General Debility, this last is too oil en bnt m,
symptom of some insidious disease which is
sapping the foundations of life. To become
expert in the detection of these and skillful in
their treatment, requires more labor and re
search than the general practitioner can be
stow. These tacts induced aim 10 uevoie nim-
telf to this nrancn oi mo proiession exclu
sively. To those interested he would state
that he has had the advantages of the bt
medical schools and extensive hospitals of
America; alo a practice of more than twenty
yeara in this his native State and in the Tropics,
where such diseases most abound. He is per
mitted also to refer to Dra. Pitman A- Hopson,
gentlemen who stand deservedly high in the
profession. Office, No. XA Main street. Resi-
enoe. Ho. YVl Linden St., jieinpnin, jenii, in
DR. R. L. BUTT,
Office i No. 33 Madison Street.
Memphis), Tennessee. ' '
Residence, 5o. S01 Monroe tt. T
DR. D. J. O'REILLY,
(Late of Loulsvillo, Kentucky,)
II
AVINfl DETERMINED TO LOCATE
r..-n,onntl. in this citv. tenders his pro
fessional serricas to the citisens of Memphis.
(Iinci-Over Jehle s store, west side 01
Main street. No. 27Vi. between Madison and
Court streets.
Offioe hours from 9 to 11 a.m. and from 3 to
P.m. ' W
DR. C. SPIEGEL,
GRADUATE OF ME BEST MEDICAL
aad member of the principal medical societies
in the thoe countries, has araoticed medicine
la Memphis for the last thirteen years, and
eontinues to effer his professional aervices to
the publie, in the treatment of all forms of dis
ease npoa the aiest improved European meth
ods. My vast eeiiecriena oi rare mwiviun.au
snrgleal instrumeais, with a life-long expe-
lenee in tneir aamiaisiranon sii uo, wrrnw
De in claiming a superiority ever the more or
linary method ef treating diseases, such as
iancer and tuai"M ef every description,
rhi.a I cure by Censtitntional treat
ment exclusively, bo . operation er-
tormed oy tag xnue. ijisea ii w.
,ar and fckia, uonsumpuon ana jjmnciiiiis.
KheumaUsm, euralgla, Scroluia, synnins,
Strietare. Oleet, Gravel. Pilee, Dropsy, Fistula
! 1 . n . ' ... . - 1ii.f.MM irivin.
ID III ; ID r.in, ' v"i"i". r ' -
special atuation to remaie -iiseases ni
v.ry aeseriptiea. I an always ready at alt
imea t. consult with first-clans Phyniciani,
ertaer y leiier or pei.oo, ..
pertaining to Medicine and Suruery. Medicine
seat by express lo all paru of tbe world, whoa
XfViCB No. M, iwatb side Monroe, b-
tween M aia ar a Seoond streeU. ll.oipUis.
Sta.ir Una.- No. LM I ni.n street. ' Of
BE NOT DECEIVED.
T) EADER, IF YOU HAVE HAD THE SAD
I . . 1' .. - . nmnl t Vi - a'i ' 1 1 r.l-1 1 dil-
a a. Birni .... . : ,
ease, knewn as veaen&l, in any form, you can
be curec It earn not ia sou nay. n uimj viv
aent itaelf, whether primary, sejnd-ry or ter
tiary), without taking one solitary .rain of
medicine. After ten years of close investiga
tion and craetical experience, i am convinoeu
that internal treatment, for the purpose of el
faetina a permanent cure of sypbilitio disease
is uselew, and, that in a tame proportion of
case, it absolutely doea more nam man gooa.
While und.rssy method cf external medica
eatioa, which is pleasant and agreeable to the
patient, I defy eenpetition with any other
method kaewn U the medical profession, for
speedy aad permanent care which I guarantee
all caeca, in aiaaiaa urn iuh"imi
newa tc the public, I wuh to state I bat I am
regular practitioner cf medioine : that I am
gradnaUi cf the Medical Deparuueetof the
laiversity ef Loul-rille. Ky., and that my
sethod cf treatiag these dias haa cost yean
,f deep study and close observation.
All diseases cf the Ear and bye treatei upon
the mest improved methods.
fiFrlCE fie. ii Monroe street. Between
lain and See.nd. . 17
IF YOU WANT ANI
SADDLES OR MM
GO TO
m. rm:i. iiaii-Maiv,
No. 90 Jefferson St..
IF TOTJ DON'T BELIEVE IT,
C ANI) eaKICI 4in
iciii ick: ickI
Union Aod Ieolo Market.
IWIHTO ASNfU NCB TO TITIt CITI
x.ns ia my a.irhborhoed that 1 am tre
pared tc fomi!l taem With the be.t W F ATS
thai tbe aaark.t a lords, a. well as freb VhK-TAllLk..-'
and 1 t d.ny at m rt rates at lay
d.pcl. eeracr cf t'ni.a an4 irto .trceu.
Ice FnrnUhed Every Daj ,
hVusihot the wok, a Has ratao ae the
osnsr ty itfott.
t
KIOIARD UAMPSHtRH.
REAL ESTATE LOTTERY.
UU.iND , LOTTEIil SCIIK31E!
Lands, Stocks, Town Lot3
Iteirular Monthly Meetings at
. i Harnancto, Miwsi. ,
THE FIRNT"lN JULY.
rsHR VOI.f.OWrtl DESCRIBED PROP'
1 erty will be Uistribated among Ticket
holdoraofthe ,
HUUTHUHN AHYLUM.:
' After tha first Drawing others will ooenr Cash
month. All Agent for tho gal of Tickets
UlUHl Hive UOOU anu seruriljr,
. . j J . .. A 1 . .1 -
1'orsons wno wooiu iiiiu oi iruuu .
loweu'h rates, should address Uea. fUANK
O. A KMSTHONU. Memphis, Tenn.
All properly must be assessed by disinter
ai.il nartlna. If net done, it will not be to
eludod in any scheme, and will b striokea
fro... Ihl.
At each drawing tbe quantity and value of
lami uiMiritmtcu are equauaeu 10 in. numuor
of tickets sold, as provided ia the charier.
' Managers ui tho corporatioa oan hold HO
,l..w.. '
Ten per oent. of It profit, under tho oath of
the I'resldont ana managers, musi go to me
eoD'triietioa and maintcnaaoc of tho Asylum
tor Vi idows and Orphans. :
Tha nrotlt. of the eomtianS' consist In tha dif-
fervneo between tbe eash and time valuations
of property, as provided in tneir charter.
' iwAnxiFiCEvr pkize.
(isn. Marcus J. Wright's rccidencc, on Mad
ison struct. Memphis: lourteen rooms, besides
cellars aud servauu' apartments. - Assessed
4-3.110. , ' ,
ltiieli.h Pnrioir,. twentv-sil acres, sub-dl
vided into twenty prises.. Improvem.nu) .out
nine thousand dollars. One prise Spring
and eight acres) another, eighteen lots, We
owuenoi wnicn oaverigot oi access loopnugs
a .. ,1 tin IMHI.
Twenty-one and thrae-fearth acres, property
of fir. E. A. White, nn Hernando and Kalaigh
road : assessed at S1UU per acre ova priies. .
A dwelling, with III rooms, tn bomerviue,
Tonn., opposite tho Episcopal Church
.-.,u.l .ft SlrWMI
One hundred' and six town lot In tho town of
Corinth, at the intersection o! tao Mempnisanu
t'harle.nton and Mobile and Ohio railroad.
Leon Trou.dale's oiahteen acres, three and
one-half inilos southeast of Memphis, sub
divided Into one acre lots - asseesed at toOOO,
Dr. K. r . Brown s 1142 acres, hve miles soutn-
eaat of Memphis, sub-divided into ten acre
lots I asseesed at 10u per acre.
Kaiidencs and lot in Holly Horlnrt. onehun
dred and fiftv yards from too puhjio square
property ol Mr. rolotert value, wauu.
hour residenae lot on Dourland avenue,
Memphis, 311x170 feet; value, 16 per front foot.
Six acres of land on Pigeon Kooatroad mag
nificent mansion with all inoderu improvements
one prise r value si,MHi. 1
Lanier's plantation. 2o00 acres IV cleared
on JulSNlBHippi nrer, Biair biiidb iiwti mom
,,hi. . the .hion.na i.oinr lor . wide bacK ooun
try: fins place for store and warehouse, wood-
yaru, asn timber; twenty-one pntas,
. i u:n -.. : . .1
ouuiuuru xiaiiui. mil,, .u.iuo, wvii.
ehinery. ete,, oomplete,onthc M. and C. R. R.,
at tho ptersention with Linden street; as
sessed by Cubbin, tiunn A Coover at $17,000
cost saooo.
Two thousand one hundred and twenty acres
east of bardis, Miss., near Mississippi and Ten
nessee railroad, resiucnoe, a farm house, fenced
and cultivated; property of C. C. Wilbourn;
twenty-one priies.
Twenty-six acres, sub-divided Into eity lots,
E art of tbe Lumpkin tract, east of Memphis,
etween the old and new State Lino roads;
twenty-sixpriies.
Kichardj. jenries Plantation, thirteen mnes
anutb ol Memnnia ana two milaa tram inc MU-
fisiiippi and Tennessee railroad, consisting of
MUacres-suo-aiviued in torty acre tracts ow
acres in cultivation, with mill. in, sixteen
hou'cs, dwelling, wen fenced ; assessed at
A Section of excellent Cultivated Land, near
A i ti port: property or William vomer.
Franklin Institute and Uronnds. in Holly
Springs-property of Rev. J. E. ftuaglas; as-
i-8ed at &X.
fetock t arm of Dr. JJailcy; 000 acres, divided
by Spring creek ; 400 acres cleared and good
improvements 21 prices, on Memphis and
Charleston railroad, at Mosouw.
Six I ots. 20 by 80 feet, on Tennessee and
Chester streets, property of II. I). Martin.
' OurLiOts, ny .'.Kl leet, on Chester street.
wo Lots. 30 byjiW feet, on Chester street.
As'esst-d by J. if. Proviae. f 20,bx)0. .
Four Lot, ten acres, in Col. John Pone's
sub-division on Raleigh road, $3)00. '
izv acres in the suburbs ol t jattanoora, for
merly owned by Hon. R. B. Brubson 2J acre
lots.
12K0 acres. Calhoun county. Miss.: J. W.
Fant's plantation: well timbered 400 acres
cleared ; I'i prizes.
10 acres, on Mississippi river, east side. 22
inilos above Memphis ; a msgnificent planta-
ion, cultivates ; is priies oi tuu, and one of iiU
acres.
Lot on East Bay street and Adger s wharf.
Charleston, S. C; three story brick house.
Hon. W. I. Avery s Residence and Grounds.
near and east of Memphis, ."7 acres, sub-divided;
improvements worth $15, Oj0. Improve
ments aad six acres one prise; tho rest in two
acre lots for market purposes.
F. A. Tvler's Lot north half of lot S97 as laid
down in the map of the city of Memphis, th
same being on Third street, east side, between
Jackson and Overton street, and subdivided
into four lots, lying between parallel lines. 18
feet 6!4 inches apart, and all running feet
deep to the find alley east of Third street. The
estimate at cash is fl&O per foot for the north
ernmost and corner lot, and $125 per feotfor the
ther three making 1U,YJS lor all.
A a mM t Tll.in'a 11 utm. Marshall Mnntv.
Si 188.
il.and 7. R. Lanier's Stock and Cotton
Farms, on the line of the Memphis aad Iron
Mountain railroad, tnree miles trom tho Mis
asippi river, in Mississippi oounty, Ark.i -600
acres. Another tract ot I'.'-IO acres, and cne o.
12(h) acre: elegant residence oost all.OUU):
prizes liO aerc ouch.
10 acres cf Land at Mt. Pleasant. Miss.; as
sessed at f 10 per acre ; 10 priies.
Anderson and LiUon's Lot, la Trer.evant
street, Memphis, to be assessed and sold in this
scheme. '
M. 6. Ashe's 2:0 acres, to he subdivided and
wtf'td, and to go into this schema.
John M. Anderson s luu acres, on ngeon
Rest creek, five miles southwest from Holly
Sorinaa. cot.'5 per aero in ISoO: assessed at
18 per acre ; four prizes.
140U acrevot i.anu. ru mites irom vomo, l'a
nola county. Miss ; fine improvement i prop
erty of W. Wiihurn; 2S priies.
41)0 acres, on Memphis and Ohio railroad,
seven miles from Memphis, subdivided into?
acre tracts, oostly imarovement. '
Seven acres, on .MCL,emore street, Memphis !
to be assessed, and go into this schema when
subdivided
320 acres, adjoining Marshall Institute ISO
cleared-good improvement! three mile from
the Alempnisana cn-rieston rauroaa; aiossea
at per acre.
John h. Logwood's 157 acres in Limestone
county, Ala.; on Alabama and Tennessee tail-
road. ...
AJl acres on Pigeon Koost road.nnest land lo
West Tennenee, improvement cost $kW0, ten
miles from Metnphisi 2uu acres cultivated, nr-"
chard, etc.: between Memphis and Charlestug
and .Memphis and Ubio railroads ; divided intra
20 acie lot.
Two Farou. in Panolacounty. Miss.. on Long
and Chaney creeks, country deaielvropulatod.
farms adjnrably improved, tbret . Janes Irom
Misaiwipni and T-nnessee railroad; 360 acre
cleared; fine improvements, gin and farm
houses; to be subdivided and assessed; prop
erly of Dr. Jume R. Paino.
A. aiaxweii s Vji acre, near jiorn liss, on
Mi"i-ipl'i and Tennessee railroad, twelve
miles south of Memphis ; to be subdivided and
eased.
boO acre, in Carroll county. Miss., three
miles from tir.enwood ; assessed at $3 60 per
e-ro: sold for $6 per aero before the war 20
prizes.
Dr. Pcete's plantation, 1017 acres, on natchio
river, above overflow, very rich, three mi lea
from Memphis and Ohio railroad; to bo sub
divid.d aod assessed before the drawing.
John li. iappucotti -HI aeres, admirably im
proved, near Kichmoni, Mis., (no improvo-
uaeds.
MI.WM acres, In Marshall, ranoia ana otner
eouutie of MirstHiippi ; assessed at $3 per aero,
distributed in tracts of fifty acres; all fine farm
ing and grape-growing unls.
Dr. Pointer's plantatioau eight mile from
Holly Fprinr4. Miss.; Hon acres, resideno. mill
and giu : now r.nled'et$.0uu per an nam ; ac-ie-.ed
at $12 per acre niae prises.
&S acres, opposite the Man-field plaoo ; twenty-two
pnee aaasesed at $13.uu0 tin suburb
uf Slemiibis.)
Reaideaca ia olly ftprings, Mi.t briek
building, with 30 acre ol woodland, caa and
a half nitlee distant four priies.
Magnificent Kcsideecc and Uronnds. proper
ty of Dr. Pointer, four mile from Mcuphi;
aiueaiwd at $M UW. Residence and two aerac
one grand prise, and 2U one half aero pnsca.
Sam. P. Walker's id building lot, in the eity
ol Corinth. Mi.
l.'.U acrr-a, eleven miles from Padaean ; valu
able timbered land i eucdirid.d U prise.
The liraysTille property, Todd county, Ky.,
three-fnurtbe of a mile from Tate's Station, oa
Memphis aad Clarksviilc and Nashville and
Louisville railroads ; briek residenee with 13
rooms. Y vc read aoavertre at th pt-vc ;
there are f1 aero, of a neh laad a i in Kea
turky : to bw subdivided and asccssad betoro the
drawing. . .
22 Lou. in Daval's Rluff assessed by ptice
pii'd at 'ate aoctioo sale.
Cel. M. C. liallaway's ftcidencc. ecmw
of
Third and I curt strreia. .Mempais; i oc a
S"d and sold in this schema,
lea Lot., in by Id tact. near Klawcod Ccai-
,.r.,.rive' R.v. .. H. Frd.
li. VlMi..oek'. tlantaii.ns.e"y milaaahnTO
MaanVhia. a the M MiM.poi --AU aerae. YfM
, pi.arrd tare 's of cabins and r'" naa.i.
a,gnia-ent residence; aaaMrad al omuu; So
K. .liri .l.d on )'t of January Bait, wilk all
st.wk aad (arming utensil, i 54 hands now -
..... .! ..n il,. i,:.: tao ortxe. 40.11 eaeh.
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CHINA AND CLA8SWARE
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TRANSPORTATION.
MEMPHIS AND CnAELESTON
RAILROAD.
TiRAINS LEAVE AS FOLLOWS (CITY
time): , ,
Through Express, Sundays excepted, 7 a.m.
Through Mail, 0i40 p.m. tiomerville Ao-
oommedatiuc, ifi-,u p.m.
Express connects at Orand Juaotien wltn er
tcrnoon traia oa th Mississippi Central Rail
road for Holry Springs. Water valley, urenaaa,
Jsckien, Vickiburg, Miss.; New Orleans, La.,
otc.
At Corinth, for Okolona, Columbus, Miss. ;
Mobile, Ala., etc. .......
At Deoatur. far Columbia, Nashville, Louis
ville, Cincinnati, etc. 1
At Cha'tanooga, tor all ylactss In Eastern Al
abama. Georgia, North and South Carolina,
Virginia, Washington, Baltimore. Philadel
phia, New York, ete. ,
Through Mail eonn-octs at Orand Junction
with trains for Bolivar and Jackson, Tenn.
At Decatur, for At hens, Pulaski. Ala.; Co
lumbia, Naehville, ete.
At Chattanooga, trsdns connect for same
point Express trains. .
Baggage chocked through. -
For ticket and further information, apply
at tho office. No. IS Court street. ,
. W. J. BOSS. Gen. Bupt,
A. A. BARNES, General Ticket Agent.
30-M 8. H. SHOCK. Passenger Agent. '
KEW BATHS! jNEW BATHS!!
COLD, WARM, PLUXCE AM JMB.
AT
IIEXKY G. HAMPE'S, ,
Barber": and Hair-Dresser,
lJo. 11 Poplar Slrvjet,
Bet. Main and Front sts.. ojp. OverUn Hotel.
I WOULD MOST RESPECTFULLY IN
furm the citisens of Mesnphis and vicnity
that I am now prepared t accommodate them
an withaolcaa aaddelieiou Bath; and pledge
myself to give entire satisfaction to all my cus
tomers, fhe Rath Rooms are all new and at
tached to my (Sharing rialocn, and are on the
first floor, (not in the cellar, like tho balance
in th city.) conveniently fitted upend well
ventilated, and I do not hesitate to claim for
them superiority over all others in thicity.
Call aad con vine yourself. Charges very rea
sonable The beat barbers always on hand loa
the performance of all tonaorial work.
,J-lfo HENRY ft. HAMPE.
ARKANSAS GAZETTE,
(Established in 1819.)
LITTLS HOCK. -A-It If.
Clreulatioa Larger than any Paper ia Ar
kanaaa.
Dally. In advanec.
..$10 14
.. 0 (a3
.. 4 00
fri-Vteeal, " ,
W
cekly.
PublUhed br
WOODRUFF 4c BLOCHER,
Btats and City Printer.
T- Job Work at Mewphia prices. M
BT VIRTCB OP A DKKD OP TRtHT
aud t an ky D. C. Crca ea the Jntb day
of IS ay. lwl, t sccaro kc p.ym.al .f threat
ccraaia prcmim tore aota earned therein,
taa ka!uM oa eaid a otc rcmainiag unpaid
anaaling U akcul VTQD, I will, fur .ike ay
snaaat cf sad bshuM. on Thcrcday, the lh day
t May. ISC. ia treat cf the art h.ure. ia
the lirMalaw Buildiar. la tn e city of Mem pa is,
htwM the hour, cf 10 aad 1 J a. a... proceed
to sell the k'gacat bidder, the followiag dc
sarfbcal read ecustc. te-wit: T Ion or tract
of Laad. ore axataiaing 4 M lta) acre, the
otner. JS-100 ara. k.mg rru ef a certain
UH acre tra-4 U"iat ea Ue Pigeon Koo.' plank
n4, aut, aad a.ar U. city ol Memphis, aad
mm awtienlarlr dea-rihd in a Iawd cf Trust
cierwied by A. JI. Douelaas to Jame C Jonea,
daicd JuaeJOthv Ws.aad roorrdedia th. Kc
M.r'. Jh.lhv cowetv. TeuaBuck .
SS. part Id, ra to 2i. Term of sa c,
Ccea. T'tlc brb oved to be gaod. but I convey
only a Tnube.
Jon R0PETO,. Tru.te.
ClBr-CRIBR FR TH K PI'Ul.lC LfT)-f K
O which is lb CHEAPa.sI dUy pb.-Jd
la ia biau of lo) isaMco.
SPECTACLES.
r-tf" r
SPECTACLES, SPECTACLES !
HAVING received a fne aasnrtiusnt
cf Auitrallua, Bratllinn and Kootsh
Pebble Upecks.I invite the cltUen of
Memphia and surrounding aountry tu
com and examine my stok. Having
had many urs exporlonc as an Opti
oiau, I flafcr myself to ult any on In
aeodof glasae.. All goods warranted
.I.dUMHINdKIt. -J
No, 817! Main street, undur tho Wor
ahain llouso, . .
star Certificates of prominent Physi
cians and oitisena of Memphis who have
examined and used my Pebbles can be
aoea at my store.
Dr. O. S.
PJtOPniTT'S
LIVER.. MEDICINE.
00D FOR ALL KINDS OF LIVER DI8
T eases, and other diseases arising from a
diseased statu of the Liver, or iuaciiviiy of the
Livur; good for ohronic or aoute inllauimatiiin
of that organ ; Dyspepsia In it various tortus
which are many. Loss of Appetite, Sou runs, of
the btomseh, Lown.se of Spirit. Colic. Costive
ness. Chills and Fever, and all other unpleas
ant symptoms that originate from a dyspoptio
habit. .
Also good for females In all their various pe
riodical changes, or during all the different
alage of pregnanoy. It uso as a purgative is
surpassed by none.
DR. O. 8. PBOPIIITT'S
TP TI M A. I X- TONIC ,
WITII ITS ASSOCIATES. A SAFE AND
IT certaia remedy for all curable diseases to
which female alone are liable : all of tbe cl lifer
ent derangomont of Menstruation, Whites,
Abortions, Female or Seminal Weakness, Pro
lupius, etc., etc. . . r , l ,
DR. O. S, FBOFHITT'S ,
ANODYNE PAIN-.KIUaEIS,
ONE OP THE best' FAMILY MEDI
oines now in use. It is good for all kinds
of local pains, -rheumatic and neuralgic pains;
pnin in the baek, side, breast, etc; also good
tor enhla.. noueha. eolic diarrhea, dvsonterv.
cholera, cramps, etc. Good for tooth-ache,
ear-ache, for fresh wounds of every kind, cuts,
bruises, and laoeruting wounus, etc. uooa lor
all kinds of stings, bites, etc.. of hornet, bees.
wasps, and of all other infects, oto.
All sold by J. T. J ENKINS A CO., Atlanta,
Da.; also by BRAD i'lKljD Jt CO., Lagrange,
(ia.
Prepared by O. e. Propbitt only, Covington,
Qa. . v
Dr. Prophltt's Liver Medicine.
Certificate of Rev. M. W. Arnold, of 0a. Con.l
HAVINO USED THIS MEDICINE SUF
flnientty Ions tn test ita virtue. nndMo
satisfy my own mind that it is an invaluable
rerneuv for DypePi a disease from which
the writer has sutlered much tor six years and
being persuaded that hundreds who now suffer
from this annoying complaint would be sig
nally benefited, a he has been by its use, we
deem it a duty we owe to this unlortunato
class, to recommend to them the use of this
remedy, which has given not only himself but
several members of his family the (context re
lief. M. W. ARNOLD. .
Tho above Medicines are for sola at
P. X. HUETT'S DRUG STORE,
Corner Main and Monroe Btroets,
MEMPHIS, TENN. SO 127
Mc WILLIAMS & CO.,
3-41 Second St.,
Dealers in
Gr JLm Jf. JB S V
DOO JFL SE,
BLINDS.
The Largest, Finest and
CHEAPEST Stock ever
offered In Meiuphl.
22-73
McGatTey's Cotton Seed Tlanter.
HOME MANUFACTURE.
, THE CHEAPEST AND BEST ONLY $.25.
TT HAS BEEN PRACTICALLY TKSTED,
A and is fully guaranteed to do the work as well
in ill respects as is usually done by hand.
It wakoa the furrow, drops and covert the
eed at the rate of from eight to twelve acres
per day, with but one horse or mule to draw it,
and a hand to guide it aud keep it supplied with
The eed is taken from thehopperbyrotating
6ngers. whioh separate thtf seed and distribute
them kvkklv in tbe furrow
It is so simple and complete in lta constrtio
tion that it cannot by any possibility el.g or
become foul, or fail to deposit the secd rcgu-
'"irf ia fully Indorsed hy experienced cotton
growers, end recommended as a good and prac
tical machine. The bust yet invente.l. It ia
selling readily, wherever Introduced, lo proini
aeat planters m Tennessee and Miasissippi, as
our orders will show.
It has important sdvanlncna over maihlnes
heretofore Used, a will be evidoutupoa irupeo-
It ha an open seed box, and the seed in the
box and in the process of dropping is in plain
viow ef the driver, so that he will not be liable
to miss by letting it run out of seed.
It is easy to handle and guide on the riiigo,
whether straight or curved.
It will drop regular, and never miss or clog
with clean or foul seed.
M.nnfaMured at 161 Madison street.
Memphis, Tenn., where may aiso be found a
good assortment of PLUWs AND SCRAl'-RS
at the lowest prices
34-M
TREAT A T1AMILT0N.
t. i.tatiBtac. . nWA pvgg.
Coroar Seoonst and Madiaon Sta.,
MKMI'HIH, TKNN.
TEFDEAU & DUKE,
Dealers aad Importer of Fine
60LD AND SIUER WATCHES,
DrAMOXDS, SPECTACLES,
IILYEBWAKF, JEWELET, CLOCKS, Eto.
KKPAIRINiJOF ALL KIND5CAREFULLY
AND PROKPTLY EXECUTED.
HEAfQr ARTERS FOR THE CRRKCT
lime. Jiavia th only Ohservatory in
the eit. w arc enabled to keep the eorret
mean time by AntiotaielorrTvatans. 71
HLUIE. IAILEV
I'SITED STATES COMMISSIONER
Xo. 330 Second Street.
v IW.nSnni If, Admiralty eaac ta ken ia
I Skort-a -d asd Ixuumtad. Nocalra cnarre.
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MECHANICAL.
Brickwork!. Brickwork!!
riMIK UNDERSIGNED "MOST RESPECT--1
fully Inlona their irlcoda and the public at
large, thnt ihey have made arrangements for
three million f briek, and arc prepared to take
contract for brickwork of any kind.- Plaster
ing and job work will receive special attention,
office at Capp A Uowlec' tin a' d stove storo,
No. (& Adams stroet, Memphis, Tenn.
. . . BUHBY A BKKWRKT.
w. v. aimsv, 1
u.w. paswKST.J M-lll
J. V. 1OWJjJ1-JL. JSC CO.,
Practical Steam and
ftvi z r
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03.
Agents for MoflOWAN'8 celebrated
LI l't nntl Force Pump,
Steam and Eaflroad Purups,
X A N It V A. I V K M ,
Artesian and Deep Well, Cistern and
ANTITBEIZINO PUMPB
Also keep on hand a large and well-selected
stock of
Hteora and "Waiter Cack,
STEAM VALVES, XTC.
LEAD, CAST AND WROUGHT IRON,
PIPS AND flTTINGS
' t ' ' atenvon Aanafaf ' . '
No. 48 Monroe Htreieit. f20-97
H. L. CALDWELL,
BUILDEH,
No. 353 Second Slmt.
CPKCIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO STAIR
Q huilding. : 6-82
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Oas sund Bteoxn Pipo fitter.
2A2 Second Street, corner of Jefferson Street
MEMPHIS, TENS. .5
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A
well selected stock of Lroa and lira Lift
atrl Force Pnmpa,
Western and Virginia Tobacco
A G E N C Y. , ,
Largest and best Assorted Stock,
-or-
fsMOKEItS' ARTICLES
IN THE SOUTH !,
3IAYER, MARSCHCETZ & CO.,
Importers and Wholosale Sealers in
SEOARS,
TOBACCO ,
P I P R 8
ISO
SMOKERS' ARTICLES.
Constantly on hand a
large stock of chnico
brands of
TTAVAVlRflfiARK
I V'i'1erJVM Solo Agents forth fol-
;.:afr. , J lowing celebrated bands
I of TOBACCO J
Flower et trie World,
tVlr
inla i"eaon jjear,
atural ,eai, nara pressed.
Croam ot tne west,
Belle of the West.
Gold Flake,
Hose Bud.
Mar Apple,
And other celebrated baands oi Virginia Chew
ing and Smoking Tobaoee.
Particular attention paid to orders
Corner of Second and Jefferson Sts., (Jof
ferson Block.) Me mphls, Ten n; ' H-79
LUMBER ! LUMBER!!
W. N. EAK1N & CO., 1
SAW MILL,
, North Front Street, ,. t
NEAR THE OAS WORKS.
!
yyE ARE PREPARED TO SAW EVERY
description of dimension lumber to order
at short notice. . '
TVe keep constantly on hand a good as
sortment of '
FRAMING LUMBER,
Siding, Flooring, Fence Posts,
FEXCIXG LT7HBER,
Hlilnij-lcM and XatliHf
All of which w .offrr
CHEAP FOB CASH :
31-108
1. B. SHABPK,
M. C. CIN
SIIAItPE A K1G,
Dealors in
PETK0LEIM VAPOR STOTES,
-nn ths
STHATTON
Self-Generating Gas Light,
No. 330 Second Street,
Near Colon Street,
HEMPIIIH, TEKS'.,
Sol Agents for tho'
TENNESSEE STOVE
io
GAS LIGHT COMPANY
For tb Bala of
Dixlrh-t and County' Rlghti.
Every articl. sold by ns made tn perform as
reoreaentrd or money refunded on return of
articles. Irticles sent to any part ef the State.
TIIE WEEKLY PAX0LA TAK
Is pablisbed every Saturday, at
TAS0LA. MISS
HV M. M. WA.UL &. CO..
AKD WFKKS Pt PERIOR IVDrCK
m.nta to advertiser, wh. de.tr I. carc
the tra ie of North Misvinrirri. which is almost
cflttaiv.iy transartd with Mrrophi'. Ihe
rcuniry in winch T UK ST A R chief) v ccalato
u sot rmoH ky any other advertising sn
dsum. and this adrantage will aot a? under
rated by shrewd Lnsina saen. Two daily
trams Iron Mtcpb. arrive and dct.art regu
larly, giving all the fcacilitis nectar) for the
traaaartioa of baainaa,, with th. ru bpsl wliaS
of country thai trade, wuh ilrmi kii.
Ad.ire-. Si. VA UfJ A CO..
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