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tun,.-. NoT'l ' Mudl-un Htrwi i7aui iokt '"i t v rii'i ih.Atiox. poETnr. TWE5TTYABI AOO. How wondrous nre Ihechaeitei, Jim, SillOO tWUIlty years' .. When ia!s wore w"li drossrs, Jim. And hov wore paiitsof to s When shoes were mad" ol rnlr-nKin, An. I socks ol homespun wool. And ehll.tr.-ti Jiil a lulf-day I work fleiore lh hour ot hool. Tl' uirls took umiie lesson., Jim, !pon the JP lining wheel. Ami practiced lto ud early, Jim, i on f .Pfiullwil'l . . Thi boys would rido bareb.ickod to mill, A iloinn miles it so. Anil hurry oil belnre 'twu diiy, Some tweuty Ir ago. Tho people mile lo meetln, Jim, In sleds instead of sleiuhs : And waeons rode a euy. Jiai, A huskies now-a duys ; Anil ui-n ansiicr.d well ter team, TlioiiRh nw they'd he too slow; Fur poopln lived nnt hulf so tail Some twenty joan ago. 0, well do I remetnbor, Jim, Tht Wilson patent stove. That fulhor buurht nl paid for, Jiw, In cloth our lit" had wove: And how the uciirlib-tirs wondered When we not the thin ., They aiil 'twould burnt mil kill n all, e'ouio twenty years ago. Y TELEGRAPH. MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES FROM NEW YORK. New York, June 11. The Supreme Court hag decided in the cape of the Mnynr ind Common Council against the Polife CommiHuionrra, that tho act of ihe Leginlnturfl Riving the power of irranlinK license! to tho latter, is uncon utiliitional and Toid. This decision does not atlect tho liquor license", but the au thority to licence caba, elc. The Japanese Commissioners left for home lo (lay, on the Rising Star. A fpccial gives the points in Stan herry's opinion, read before the Cabinet this morning, as follows: There seems to be no doubt that he decides that the military commissions cannot remove civil officers and put otlicr civilians in their places. ' A Montgomery, Ala , special says that several old members of the city govern ment of Mobile having refused to accept their appointments from General Pope, Gen. Swnyne has issued an order direct ing the vacancies to bo filled by negroes. The Dunderburg leaves to-morrow for her ocean trial trip. She lia3 on board six 15-inch guns. The price paid by t ranee for her is 200,000 in gold, to be delivered in France fully armed. Sho sails for that country about the first of July, under Capt Cuestock. FROM WASHINGTON. Washington, June 11. Snrratt's trial was resumed to-day. Tha entire session was consumed in arrangements on the motion of the prosecution made yester day and a demurrer filed to-day by the defense. The court promised to give an opinion to morrow. The State Department learns that Mr. Adams has interposed in the case of the Fenians convicted at Dublin, viz : Col. Burke, McCaflerty and licClure, all of whose sentences to death have bcn commuted. In tho case of McCaflerty a writ of error in the Court of Correction was, at the instance of his comael, sued out in behalf ef the prisoner, at the ex pense of the United States. fromTlbany. Albakt, N. Y., June 11. In the Co stitutional Convention to-day a resolution appointing a committee to inquire whether, in their opinion, a provision should be incorporated in the Constitu tion authorizing the women in the State to exercise tho elective franchise, when they shall ask for that riukt, by a major ity of all the votes given by the citizen females over the age of twenty-one years nt an election called for that purpose, at which women alone shall have the right to vote, was laid on the table. foreTgn. London, June 11. All ',119 Fenian prisoners convicted of high tason have liecii transferred to England and placed in prison. The chaneery case of the United States vs. McRae, has been decided in favor of the lnlter. A dispatch from Constantinople states that tho Porte has issued an order making Egypt a separate sovereignty. Pa rip, June 11. The Czar of Russia . left to day for Germany. I'ksth, .lone 11. The Emperor Francis Jr.seph has added to the eclat of his coronation as King of Hungary by dis tributing large sums of money among the poor, and richly endowing the various benevolent institutions of this city. London, June 11 p.m. Consols, 94 ; five-twenties, 73; Illinois Ccniralg, 78; Erie, 4(1. Livkbpool,' June 11 p.m. Cotton lull; sales, 8000 bales; uplands, 11; Orleans, 11 1. Advices from Manchester are unfavorable. Corn, 50s !fd ; Califor nia wheat, I'M 3d ; barley, 4s 7d ; oats, ::. M. LUMBER! LUMBER I ! W. X. EAKIX & Co., S W MILL, orlh Trout Sireei, JN KAlt T1IK UAM WOHIiS. "yEARKI'REl'ARED TO SAW EVERY drwrii tin uf dimensto". lumber to erder at short niticc. We keep ronrtantly on hud a rood a-rrt-tnrnt of FRAMING LUMBER, Siding lloorins, Fci.cc IVts, t 1 i:cig i.i.ui.eic, SliinIois inn! Iiithts, All of biB we offer c n is a i' FOK CAHH. Mir- NEW ADVERTISEMENTS A I 1 ;M X!-t avanti:w For "Thn Iliulory of tho Wur between thu KiutcH tracing itH Origin, Causes nud Results," by Hon. A. H. STEPHENS, And lur "Iho Life. Lvttere and Speeches 1 ' lion. Alexuilur 11. Citepbons." by HsV t'l vHM. fend fiir circulars and ice our ten.).! AddreT. NATION A L Fl! ULI8- IN t'OMFANY, l-H West Fourth alreet, Cm.. O ,Y MAN OKA THOUHANI). i;ontlllUllv turrui 1R. n. JAMKW. A RKTIRKD PHVSI 1 ) flinn of rret einlneneo, diMivrd, whilo in the Kat lmliiw. certnin ouro for e"numi tl..n. Anhnii. Unmehitin. Ourh. CuliU ad irtTieral debility, lb" remedy win dmeovercd hv him when his mily ehild. a dnuirhler, wi liven up to die. 11 ehild wa eurod, and i now alive end well. Denimus of beneBtin hi" I'.-lli.w morteli, he will (end In thuo who wish It Ihe rmrii.e, enntiiinitu full directions lor mukin and u'efully Ukin thn reneit". froo. on recoipt ol their nmuoe, with two ftmnpi lo pay Hie oxpen.. There If not a KUKle yuiptnm of Caniuinidlon tuat It d e not t mice take hold of end diipote. Nwlit. Sweats. 1'covijhuon", Irritation t tho Neiven, tailurej nf Mcmore, Diflioult Expcotore'ion, hbarp TniDi in the Lun. Sore Throat, thilly heia- Nannea at the Stninnoh, Inaction of the Dowels, WHJ'ins way M the Mui:le. T-'l'he writer will plee state the name ol ,h. ,,a.r tuey ... VrlAlVnOCK CO.." W: Rsi-e street. Philadelphia. Pa. Empire Sprlnnr Bed Companr. No. 62 Liberty at., New York. Manuol'a Patent Adjustable S P It I IV 15 K 1 15 O I T O H Received First Premium t X.Y. State Foir.'M OnoMnttrenl Nolluo l No Noi.e ( Perfect Hertl Cheap-15 to $7 at retail. Durable. Fit any bdlead. Anybody oan do it. I do nnt want a better bed." N. C. Meek er, Agricultural Kditor, X.-i&niir. A. 1. runs as above. Aen wnniea. 1INTS FOR FAU.MKKS AM uiuiinn. The (Irafton Mineral Paint Company are now rnnnuficturinir the Bent. I heapest and mora Durable PAINT in mo; tv cet. wel. nut on, mined with pnre Linfecd Oil. will lnkt ten or ifteen years. It ii of a lieht brown oi beautiful chocolato color, and can be changed lo green, lead. mono, drab, olive or cream. o unit the taste of the oonnuiuer. It u valunble for houses, buroa, fences, carnage and cai niultcrs, pails and wooden ware, atfricultura. impieineuts, oanal boats, veael and ship bot toms, eanvuJi. motal and jhincrlc roofs (it being fire and waterproof), floor oil cioth manufac ture (one manufacturer having uod in the past year SW bbls.). and a paint is unsurpassed for body, durability, elasticity end adhesjve ness. Send for a cireulur, which gives particu lars. Price two cents per pound, or to per barrel, of 3(10 lbs., which will supply a farmer foryears to come. None genuine unless branded In the trade mark Grafton Mineral Paint Works. Inquire of your Paint dealers, or ad- drcsj No 2Ti4 Pearl street. New York. A Household Necessity. ONLY TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS! rrilE STAR SHUTTLE SEWINO SU 1 chine. An entirely new invention nnyothtr Swing aftwhin? in the nurld. 1A1 E'TEI) l7. It nsos tiro ihreniit. and n-akes a Slitt haHkt on btlk tide', that icilln it rip or (. It cembincs simplicity, diirabilitv and beauty. It is as larito as other hrst-class machinea. A ehild can learn to work it. It will do every variety uf family sewing and tail oring. It will sow from the finest game to leather. In order to introduce the li'ar Skuttlc Swing Machine into every household in the land, we propose to furnish thein comtilete. with one shuttle, six bobbins, a lull set of needles, oil can, screw-driver, directions, etc., ctA, at the nnprtctdtntui pru t o) only lireuty fire Dtiilart, on receipt ol which wo will box (free of expense) and.shh- Qf Second strct, Memphis, Tcun. N. B. Each Machine warrantol lor five years. Persons who order Machines and find that they are otherwise than represented, can return them and get their money bac-g. AG ENTSW ANTED. WAN T kt) EVERY U'lIKK K-SiHsiiEN, liAUixa ano GiiTi.saha ltw to 5. pug Month To soli Ibo genuine Common Sense Family Sewing Machine. Price only $18. This maehine will stitch, heui. fell, tuck, bind, quilt, braid and embroider. The cloth cannot be pulled apart, even alter cutting across the seam every quarter of an inch. Every machine warranted fur three yer, tiond for olreulan and terms to agents, or call at McDowell's Block.comcr Fourth and Green t., Louisville, Ky. BLISS A MeEATHRON. ticnernl Ag'U. WA-TEI. , MERCANTILE AflEXTB IN EVERY important city throughout the United States, Men acquainted with the merchants of tbeircounty preferred, as tho canvass will be among the business community almost exclu sively. This is a good apportunity to cloar a handsome sum by a tew days' work, tut lur ther particular! address with stamp. L. P. WALKER t CO,, Louisville, Ry. Ladies. Discard Injurious Pand ng-. MADAM JUMEL'S MAMMAKIAL BALM and Patent Breast Elevator" devolop the form physiologically, Depot W7 Broadway, New York. Send sump for treatise. Suld at Pruggiste and ladies' furnishing stores. " CJ .A. It, 1J . rpiEMAN'S LAUNDRY BLUE, FOR FAM 1 ily uc. This Blue is manulautured by the well known and old ctitblishea taanulacturers of tine colors, D. F- Tioman A Co. It is per fectly pure, and nordj but lo be tried to bo ap preciated, bold by grocers and druggist throughout the United Btatfs. J. 11. T1EMAN. Sole Agent. 210 Pearl utrtei. Now York. Water Wneels ! Water Wheola ! VALENTINE'S PATENT TURBIN E. , The bef t in ue. Manufactured by alen tino & Co., Fort Edward. N. Y'. Prices mod erate. Send for circular. Agents wauted. t. I. WALliEU A. CO.'S Newapaper AdvcrtistinK Houho. Cor. Main and Sixth sis., Louisville, Ky. ADVERTISEMENTS RECEIVED ' AT publishers' lowest rates, for all newspapers throughout the United State and Canada. Wlll,EeALK CONTRACTS made with ex tonsire advertisers. Merchant, lnanufaetn rers, and all othors who-e busines requires a I ertiing, are invited to correspond with us, aa I leara our sei'ial terms. All orders, so differeneo how largo or suisll, faithluli)' and promptly executed. MACHINE BKLTlNi SUPERIOR UAK tanned Leatbor Belting, all sixe, on hand and for sale cheap. ALHKRT POTTS. N. E.eor. Third and Willow its., Phila. UTH SKiERSUN. Real Estate Agent, and Conveyancer. 42o Walnut afreet, under Southern Hotel, ht. Louis, Mo. Real Kui bought and sold on oommiSBiuii. Catalogues, giving description ot city and country proporty, i?iucj monthly. AMICAfsmisIpCOMNY. OPPOSITION" IIS K TO Callfurnia via larat;tin, EVERT 20 DATS, With Passengers, Freight and V. S. Kails, fy THE FOLLOWING FIRST-CLASS Steamships : On Atlantic Ocein. Bantingo le Cuba, Ban f rancfaco, Xv'icaraaua, Dakota, Cofn'con PacificOc'e, America Motea Taylor, Aebraka, fterada. Passaje and Freight at Reduced Rate. SAILINHDAYS FR"M NEW YORK : Mi.yih, - - Ik7 July? th. - - is, 7 June 10th and 3";h, loi I Aug. lotuandSith, " And every twenty days thereafter, leaving on ttia Saturday pr ie'.t when tbe rtkUiar ai.ing day come oq c-ulid;,y. For further lntorroa tia apply to 'he "UiUli AMERICAN S TEAM. -11 IP CO. W.M. II. WEBB. Pres.J nt. hi r t'-h:: ii,;e l'Ur-e, Kcw York. D. N. CAhKlNtilnN. Agent. Ii. We-t street, cr-rner Warren. N. Y. A rn ne' Celebrated Porta'ile an 1 S'ationary XXJ-ULo hiearn KnBinen, All Sizes, and Superior to till (Jlherg. aT- Call or write fir Circular." DEPOT, NO. 60 South Carroll Street. Chinif, l.liaoi. AVEs'IRN WORKS, Pro; rioter. Oswego. N.w Yerg. 'I'll j ii p riii't nh iftnliiiif t'l-ri"", aJvert- ttir, ir ' tic luiow ir-:?f , at. ii.iKiiittlfh niitf t !--inaMinr itviioe. it mrlt tTM.i ;h r t- 'i ,! ih ttWp - r- ui'r ta I i. 1 v it- ffvh '-!:(?:. ; t mi- br !. jr 'nm. Vfirr rij itvnt ft. M t:i E l-i I Afci Cjtllft, Aiilter Wi.il IXOjJ', I. X. ru'.'i-hrr. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS en and am KNTEBrmsE OK l'HOIJNIX IIOTIJL AND UO Vnluublo l'reiuiuum, To be given to the pnrchaaera of either of tha lullowtni Dauiucas Aonaf ome cr Olnv! . ..... . . . . . It. I'i. i., ll.a;uriiiii, roian V laHlltlllCtOUs MhtIIii WhhIi- ' inutoii, una ,. kj. ijreoic- inriUKA. riMlR FOLLOWING GENTLEMEN HAVE I kindly eoiiented to take charge of and eollirol (on umwuia, win, ,un sundlng that wo are to have nothing whatever to do with it. ir: Ex-Gov. J- F. Hobiin.m, Georgetown. Ky.: General John 11. Houston, Lexington, Ky.; Hon. F. K. Hunt, Lexington, Kt.j Hon. J.IJ. Berk. Lexington. Ky.: K. If. Saver, of l. A. Sayer A Co.. bankers: Jiu, A. tlriutead, of Qrimtead Jr Bradly. Hankorsj Judge S. 8. fJoodloe, Thomas Mitchell, Kq Cashier Frst National Bank, Lexington, hy.: M.C Johnson, Kxt., President Northern Bank ol Kentucky. Ten per cent, premium will he allowed to any person genin up a club of ten or more subscribers, lo be paid either in Engravings, when the money ia received, or in money when the drawing is oompletoil All mniiev aa received will he deposited in kank and held until the drawing takes place. If the enterprise should not bo completed, the money will be refunded to the purchasers of Eogravlugi. The drawing will take place. On Hie Fourth of July Xoxr, Or sooner if the tlcketa are disposed of, in which event timely notice will be given. Write to us for prospectus giving lull partic ulars. Agents will be appointed in all parts uf ENGRaV'INC.S $5 EACH, and, a certificate given to each purchaser of nn Engraving, in the Plwnix Hotel Grand Gift Enterprise FREE OF CliARGB. Remit by drafts, imsti.fliee money erders, or in sums of ono hundred dol lars and over in Greenbacks by vgpreasto (IRIGSUY ROBINSON. ' Pho nix Hotel, Lexington, Ky. LIST bP PREMIUMS : No. 1. rhoenix Hotel and lot, lofl foot front on Main by 21) feet deep on Mulberry.... $15fl.(MU And :?J other Tnluablo premiums rang ing from Jisau down to $eneh. r ANTED AGENTS.-iTS PER MONTH I and traveling expenses to ono good agent for each county in the United States to intro duce our PATENT CLOTHES LINK. Ail-dre-s, stating nee and occupation, to the A M KWK'AN WlHKrn..1iVJ Broadwav, N. Y. MEDICAL. Dr. o. s. ritoriiiTT-s LIVER MEDICINE. GOOD FOR ALL KINDS OF LIVER Dis eases, and other diseases arising from a diseased state of the Liver, or inactivity of the Liver; good for chronio or acute inflammation of that organ ; Dyspepsia in its various forms, which aro many ; Less of Appetite, Sourness ot the Stomach. Lowness ol'Spints, Colic, Coativo nes.. Chills and Fover. aud all other unpleas ant symptoms that originate from a dyspeptic habit. . ,. , . Also good for fouiaic? in all their various pe riodical changes, or during all the different tages of pregnancy. Its n.e as a purgative is surpassed by none. DB. O. S. PEOPHITT'S TONIC, WITH ITS ASSOCIATES, A SATE AND certain remedy for all curable diseases to which females alouo are liable ; all of the differ ent derangements of Menstruation, Whites, Abortions, Female or Seminal Weakness, Pm lui'sus, otc, etc. ' DB. O. S. PBOPHITT'8 ANODYNE PAIX-KIIXEK, ONE OF THE BE-T FAMILY MEDI cinos sow in use. It is good for all kinds ot local pains, rheumatic and neuralgic pains: pain in the back, side, breast, etc.; also good for eolds, coughs, colic, diarrhea, dysentery, cholera, cramps, etc. Good for tooth-ache. eu.;-ache, for fresh wounds of every kind, cuts, bruises, and lacerating wounds, etc. Good for all kinds of stings, bites, etc., of hornets, beos, wasps, and of all other insects, etc. All sold hy J. T. JENKINS A CO., Atlanta, fia.; also by JiRADFIELD Jr. CO., Lagrange, Ua. Proparcd by 0. S. Prophilt only, Covington, Oa. Dr. Propliitt's Liver Jlcdlcine. Certificate of Rev. M. W. AiNOLO.'of (ia. Con.l HAVING USED THIS MEDICISE bWF flciently long t tost its virtue, and to satt.ify my own mind that it is an invuluahle remedy for Dyspepsia a diseao from which the writer has m tiered much for six years and being persuaded that hundreds who now suffer from this annoying complaint would bo sig nally benefited, as be has been by its use, wo deem it a d'lty we owe to this unfortunate elass, te reoonimend to them the use of this remedy, which has given nut onjy himself but several member s of his family toe grentost re lief. M. W. ARNOLD. The above niediciuoi aro for sale at P. I. HTJETT'S DRUO STORE, Corner Main and Monroe Streets, MKMHHIS, TKNN. 50 129 MP T1IE EVIL IN ITS BID. LL AFFLICTED WITH ANY FORM OF Private Disraes, such as Gonorrhea, Gloet, Syphilis, Involuntary Emissions, etc., should beware of intrusting their eases to inexperi enced qnacka sach invariably drug their pa tients with mercury, which sooner or biter will destroy the most roburt constitution. At the Good Samaritan Modical Office, No. l' Jolfer son street, cure arc effected in from two to six day, without the use of mercury, change of diet, or hindrance from business. Consulta tion strictly confidential. It would seem need le;! here to add the imporlstice ef sipping the evil in its bud, but a hi'.t to the wise is suffi cient, nnt only to save themselves from misery, but thield their offspring I ruin shame and ruis. How often is it the case we see fentluinen drench thcm?clvos with advertised nostrums after much loss in pneket and he Uth, they aro compelled to apply to some skillful physician to be cured, for al-'ne can thote diseases be cured when known to tho doctor who pre scribes, otherwise it if a leap in the dark to txpect a permanent cure. GEice arraagej that fatienis do not sat each oiher. 1 Jeferson street WOLF HIVEH Bathing and Swimming tSTAUMMISIKXT, Foot of A-isot ioi Htrfct. PKICE FOR THE SEASOA! Grown Per. - H'I t'h.Mr.w. - ti r-mgie Baths. - Cenir. lKKv5 r.0r'M. INCLTDIN'l BATHINti. I " Dre-s and l,.wel,, eenui. ptnmi, rivn three tir-f a we. ,.iONiA , W KK..-DA'iBa t lkilA;. Ii rjeu da.i trvyB; a m. t" V p m. "-Hi A. ll.MKATMAN. HI 1 UtILLY, l"MTEL'bTAT:S(03IIS.-.I0tIl o. UoO Nr-imtl Slrrtl. wSr"T-T'"i 't a Aitir'titr tsken in th'jrt-aax. i M l uaorr.i i. N.utn carir. PRINTINC. GOOD WORK-CASH PRICES! ' , v , , ... riiM'tnalltj Bcfort' AH ThliiRs! WHITNOKX 1IU0THKBS, .; . ' , rronrii5l)r of . , THE PUBLIC LEDGER k x i: A M JOB PRINTING HOUSE N". 13 Madison Street. II AVINtl NOW IN FULL AND COM- ploH) operation the Book and Job Departments of this F.XTKNHIVB ESTABLISHMENT, we take tbia mode of calling the attention ot our patrons ami frionds, and tho public gone rally, to our NEW H tonm ArrtuntomeutM. This ollioe is now tho L, -A. 11 C EST And Best Appointed IN TnE SOUTHWEST, ATIU IUIiy CUHI ID 111 J 111 llin unci, ! "UrS.'" iU taoiliti!f tor exocutiug J'riutinif of every variety and in any color. All Kinds of Work Kxcuitcd, i r..t1.. I A. n. 1 af. f i,.Jai Either in Plain or Ornamental Type, Plain Illiuk, Colored Ink, GOLD LEAF AND BK0NZES, In every mannor known to the profession, at Borne ana aoroau. IlOOIiS AND PAMPHLETS 'Trinted with new typo-latcst styles. Ornamental, Flaia and Fancy 8tutiitlont Priutiiitf In a mannor un;urpauable. INVITATION CAKIJS JMD ISAM. TICKET, ; Illuminated with the latest ornamental and ball roum scenes. CONSTITUTIONS Printed in elegant stylo. Our largo assortment of tyiMj for SHOW BILLS AND POSTERS Is not excelled in tho United States. LARGE PICTORIALS Can bo as rnailily and cheaply dono nt this oBice as they aro in the Ka.-t, and in as 11 A N D H C M X: HTYLK. We have in our office tho JnrgcHt Hizo ProssiOri Now in use, tOKfither with HTKAM JOI1BE1W, Which enables us to print CAKIS AM lUMHKAIVS WITH (1REAT CELERITV. We have a Sl'LKNL-ID ASSOKTMKNT f small l'luin aud raney Job Letters, suitable for k i ' i: w o imv. Buslncs' Cards and Circulars la tLc Ci"t Style, with suitable engrav inct representing business. DIPLOMAS, For Schools aad Colleges, Printed Eqml to Copperplate. Par.iculw a:t-f.ica .vu to Mllltiry anil Callroad rrlntlnjr. V -h .tintl hel .'...-' ther wit'i en-ryk:nd ol ri:n -d I ny Vt ora. d ne wiih dui iM, WIIITMOI.r; uUOTHLUs, No. 13 MkJ. a atre-'t- J3R COOD3, C LOTH IN C , BOOTS , ' 8H 10 E S i , ' ETC. KISGAlIlDLlilSS OF COST. l'Ott 'JIIJC NHXT Til HIT Y DAYS,' 17 REGULAR ANNUAL CLEARING OUT SALE Or Diet 'Immi'tiso and woll selected stock of , , : . ' ' i . . . . , a. J , . STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS ClOTIMSG OF EVEBY nksCKITTION. r ' ' ' 1 1 ' 1 ISTolions. "Whito Groods, Etc. j AT ' ' WALKER BEOS. & CO.'S, . ' 22 MAIX STREET, CIAY liriLl)IN. I l .... , , , , . ' ' 1 ' , . ' 1 ' ' 1 ' ' ' ' ' CASH BUYERS, WHOLESALE OR RETAIL, ' AUK INVILEJ) TO CALL AND EXAMINIJ OUR STOCK ANI) l'BICKS IiKPORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE. ' ' .WsVLKEU I1ROS. & CO., ; 101 ' 1 22!) Main Slreot,' Clay riuilili'ne. f GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE, i ; i : i ' ' ' ' ' Commencing: on tho at MACK BROS. 261 Mrtin strotot. ' T' -.:;:; l;'tl ) UA VINO FULLY DKTERMTTCKD TO BETTREf FROM BnsiMrS. w. MVWW to thn 1'nMin nur IMMk'NSE STOCK OF U00DS, Af . JJAbTllKN C(JbJ, oomitting uf: STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, Gents' Furnishing Goods,' Prints, Bleached and Brown OSNAEURGS, COTTON STKIPES ! ALSO-A Boiuutiful lot of Lawrur, Owindics,"" Porualcs. Jaconttte,,' Gronailinoi', ilk., etc., otc, which tra will sell BELOW ORIGINAL COST. ' ' j COUNTRY MERCHANTS, iiurehasing for Cusft, will fiml it to thoir advantaita to call and aramina the- laree and woll-Bolaated itock of Dry Qoodi, whloh we aro dotarmined to sail REOARDLUSS OF COST. : ' MACK BROS. A UOllM, 7si()3 ... . . . : Mo. 261 Main Btreat. REDUCTION! SWEEPING DRY GOODS MARKED DOWN '. ....AT ' .. B. LOWENSTEIN & BRO.'S. Vkftei Iontlay, May S7th, . V , - .- OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF . , - . STAPLE AND FANCY; DRY GOODS WlLI-s JK! HOLD AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. WE ARE CONSTANTLY RECEIVING . ' New Goods from the Kcccnt Cheap Sales at New York, Ami nro tlierefora euublod lo give tbo - GKEATER INDUCE3IENTS To ail Buyerg, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. r PLA:TKRd will find It to their interest to CALL.AJJD EXAMINE OUR (iOODS and Price before tlicy make their iiurclinsos. .. ' S-To Mirr Hants BIITINO KOH CASH or Rood CITY ACCKPIANCE. we will give (iRKAT INDUCEMENTS. ' . "Ordors J?ROM THE COCNl'HY promptly attended to. and SATISFAC TION GUARANTEED. B. LOWKNSTEIN & BROS., 73 ! ISO. a IS Main Ktrert, ooriter .TeflV'rwon. Great Salo of Watches, ON THE I'OPIXAR ONE PRICE PLAN, riviiiff rverv tr,in a liaudsome and relia ble watrh for tha low rice of Tea Dollars 1 Without rurd t Taluf, and not to be paid for unle-s perlectly satufaetoiy 1 im Rolid Hold flnntina Watr-hes, to tTV) 'hj .Mhic C d (iold Watehrs.... to f.isl Bil l,a'lic' W.teiies,rnnm'lln... lUo Xlsl l.iisitiold llunL'c t Urn. U ate he, 2-'i to l.iFiMinl.l II uni-'u Kiialish Levers ... VK) to 2io 3,wiiUold lii:Dt'DuilPZ Wau-lien. lSti to 1!fj 5,,ssi r,old lluut'ir Aaier. Watohea, lmi to i.l i MlTer lluntinr l.srer- wis r &,! Silver llunlinit Daplexe--.- J t" " I.adica' tjold W'al-Be...... 'M to -fl IO.ksi i;iu llont'or Lepioes . .Klto 7S pi.tsal .Mia-etla!ia.ttsSilver Watohea !' to V r llunt'r Ilver v at-he- 2.i to W Su.K'O Asairflea Watehm. a. 1 kind 1U W Kery io.tr.iD ebtains a Witch by thisarran rr""t, r.iiui hot $lt. wluie it may be worth ii . o partiality shov:u. We wih to irnrneii)lle!y iliffKiso of the alove BaafiiitioeDt stock- CortifiOauafnaujiDra-rticios. are placed ia seit d envelope. Holders are en titled Lo the artw! uajnri on thotr ert-fceafes, npn imvwut Ten DollJirf. whfiher it be a watch worth i'.sO or one worth Ices. There tutu oi any el our oertificsvtea entitles yoa to the article Diiiued thereon, ul-l-a paytneut. irre(-f.-tive of its worth : ana m r,o erttle valnei ieea than is na:nrd oo iuxv oertihcatr. it will at nee he aein ihst ilua is no loticry. bat a iraitht-torward Icvmmate Uans-loD, which B.av be participa'.e-l in eves by me moft 1 udiousl A fiD.Iepertifi a'e will be sent ly mail. p.t ja'd. rpcsi r-,il't of 15 (c0, tve for 1. e.evei b.r (J. tiiirur-tarec and eln-nt pMmiuiB Jif iitv-sn aad n ore v'uai.le prvuiii;i f-.r 5.o. one IiundrMi and wt sprb wati-fc t-nr tlJ. Iu airettts or those. W'.Mi. tmpo.rn.ent iris is a rr vrpertunity. ltisa lo.uoit" iy vn.ri'-tO'i bu,ti!f. ouiy aiu'.honri! by iie !,, indent, and o n to the wiosl careful . era t:t;y. Tin! A ' ' r" . v hiuHT i;Kos. ri.. a..-?': i'l iir- l"y. New ork. I' tLa. : U.K.-TYt K .VITAL (Li.IIi.it WHiTNOl.K BK"... LlMLi bU..t. lirst Day of .luno, & BOHEI'S- ; i r DOOT8 AND SHOES, ' - Notions, 'Laces, Trimmings, Domestics and Sheellnss, I j BED TICK, 1:1 j AJSTj - conu Aiviij, " REDUCTION!! REDUCTION! Hew Ice ' Cream Saloon. THE TNnrRSMNED TAKK Pr-KAS-uro in infarmine tho publie, Bnd espoemliy Saloon (ihe Inrywt r.d firi-st in thutity), 13 NOW Ui'tit. will lurni-u ICE CREAM, ; BODA WATERS, 8HERBERTt CONFECTIONERIES, PASTRIES, . . ., .t . nMl'c I.IIVITUI n l IiPI.. Ana iiniwrAiyY'"-" v- r-.: 1CAUIK3 OF IllKStA.'ri)N.iid shall spare nop;ti:n to mako our t'",'.'""",, ' " " . dilig.it fnl resort in the city. V eshall continue to MiliLTACTlRK PURE CANDIES la all ahoir varieties furnish'.! frt-h. daily, to theCit' or Country Trade, in any desirable 'iuant,t,r. at 1aw Kates. AVedd ingCakc, Pyramids, Yacs, And all descriptions ef PA.;TKIF.3 raau'e to order, by able and skilled OuP ctioners. 1. KOCCO At V" and Seeond tn-et pat Crn-r of Ma'lisoa. E1DINS &" CO.'S S!L"77" MILL, la Rear ol tilt New City Jail, MlttrUI". TESflT. w nvc tnvtvs- o HAN la 1.1 :l!-.i: I 1 .... I I .h. V,i. irb-s. and M l'i. at tl t LW sj,arkct r r.ee- REAL ESTATE LOTTERY. THE FIRST DRAWING; - - OF TDK j Southern Asj lum Land Lottery, Cliarterad by tho Btato of Wlaalialppl, ",),, win, in , . i! HELD AT IIKKXANUO, MISS.,1 On Swhirtlny, Juno 15,1S7, ' IMIE PH0PRRTV TO tK DISI'OHKI) OT 1 ennsi-ts niainlvof C'lTV AND SUUIIH- 1IAN I.OTS. nud of SMALL FARMS, adineciit to Meinpliis, ill Tennessee and M isidmippi. i Out Hundred and Ht Pr ies uf Ten Acres Each, within live or six utiles of Mem phis. ; Plantattani Snbdlvlrled into r'anni In thu yicinity of Holly Si.nniiM. Farmi and Kaiideuoel along the Muuiphix and Charleston. alifO,i:rfiiuL and TunoeSMoo railroads. buy Lou aid city Bnndenoai. Somo nt tho luoatooitly over constructed in Memphis. Property assessed by disinterested Koal lia- . title brokers, at cash prices, will bedisposod of and drawn off from the top of tho list, eiml in value to the amount of tiekota sold. I (Icnerul Fraak C. Armstrong, Leon Troil"- dale, John Ainslie. Louia J. Dupre, T. M,1 llalpin. J. W. Shac.klock, ard (Inneral A. P. Stowart, havo beenomploycd by theStoekhold-1 era an interraediitto attents between themselves and the puhlio, in conduct fiiirly the business ; ot the inwirponilion. TICKKTS, 5 KAOII, l to be bad of the Local A nun In, or Col. JAM I'S STKA1N, Hernando, Miss. Orders l.y nu.il,'; aceomrnnioif by I'ostoiiifio order, inny ho mt-i dressed to (Ion. FKANK 0. AKMSTHONd. Memphis, Teun. Money loltorti should bo aent hy WX press. Matpb'b Oki ioic, . Mkiii'aib, TtsN., Juno 1, 1.7. BIDS FOR PAVINrt THE FOLLOAVISd strnots with Nicholson iavrTiiciit will be received at this nllice until the i'M dny of June, ISfii, to-wit : jtluin, trnm Auction to boulM street; Poplar, from Front stroet to Boundary avenue: JctTursnn, from Front to its inlersee tion with l'lifeon Keost rond: Ileal, from Shelbv to Iissoto stroet i Shelbv. from Ilniitn to South stroet i Desoto, from Madison' to Snith street: Old Madison, from tho bayou to Charleston avenue; and Chnrleston avenuo from tho bayou to tha Memphis and Chnrleston depot. TERMS OP PAYMENT: Memnhls oily bonds, piyahle at Ave, ten and fifteen years, in niuil proKrtions, with six per cent, coupoua attached, pa-ablo semi-annually: prineipnl and interest miaranteeil mid provided lor by a aiukiuc luuu set a.iuo lor thnt purpose. Finns and specilicntions mny be seen in tho office of tliuCity Fniiineer, llidf roust be sealed and directed to tho Mayor and Finnm-r Com mittee. V. 0. L0FLA NI, ELECTION IVOTICE. TN PURSUANCE OF THE AMENHKD' J jiiurioi Oi IUC til Oi ,uui,oiir, 0,i. Ordinance passed on tho 31st. of Miiy, lvi7, by geiint-at-Aruis will hold aa Election ; t ( On Baturday, June 15. At tho follnwinn named nlacos. to-wit : At Koi 6 Eimino House, on Mam street ; No. KKrutinu House, on Adams street, ami tno nnrine uonro on Shelby strcot; for the purpose of ascertains jna tho sense of tho uualifiua vutnrs of Mm- Phil en the subject of issum (siln,Oflii) nn.o hundred thousand dollura of. City Londs for paving purposes. ( Those In favor nf ifsuintr tho Bondd will rnV on tho ballot "liONDS," aod thosu whoop-; nose tbo issuance ol the Uotids wilt say r,'A 110NDS." , I Tho noils will beopenodat 11) o'clock a.m.,. - andcloneatlp.m. I W v . u, i(jri,Af i , jvi n yor. f. THE WUITE COmiY UEC0K1),: JACOB FROLICH, Jr., Editor, SEAHCY, A.151. rplIE RECORD II AS A VERY FAIR CIR. X eulalion in VV Into, uoaway, van i,urei. Isard and Ecnrcy counties, and is the only newspaper puhlialiod in tho Little Red Kivur TiUley. i MerchanU wishing to make thoir business known in thc.ie parts would do woll to adver tise in tha RKC0RD, as copies of this papo frequently aro distributed gratis in counting farther West . eod-12 Fl'lLNITltaK AND BEDWNO ) -AT- i G. F. JUNKERMANN'S, No. 34 Main Stroet, i Noar Memphis A Ohio Railroad Depot, UMSX.VB.IB,- TENK. I lEINO CONNEOTbl) IVl'lll Sr.liAL Ii wi,.i.nin (KtuhlMhuifiiits in tueNorili, i am enabled to sell Furniture at a little ubove Cincinnati rutos. Muttressoa of all kind,: mane) to order. Levoe aiatiressesconsianiiyuii n.in n. Furnituio repaired. Upholsieiinir and Koio vatinudone with n f nl new jinil jy patcli. 1' FKAXKLIX II018E. 1TAVIN0 MADE ADDITIONS X' TUB I ..I - if, .ii... ami LAcoreil oilier couvi- niont and comfortable r ds in cmnnwlioa therewith, ine unuersiKueii win open mu mmu no the 13th Day of May Next, j for the accommodation of Ihe public generally, and particularly thoso who desire to uvil themselves oi nic neuiing virtue. o i-je jui-mj famed , ' , 5 Kaleisli Mineral Siriiisk-. .. Every effort will bo mtido to render pleasant am beneficial the scjoura of every visitor, una the season bids fair to be my and lively. A liood BAND OF Ml'SiC has bofn enxacod and will he at all times in attendance. ' A SFACIul S HALL KottM has becu pro vided, tnarlher with every lacility for tho en- iovancnt ol boarder. Taylor's Daily uMKIRPa LINE will eon Becl with the Ohio Kailra4 trains at ISA K 1' LKTT STATItiN.aevoo miles taflol Mem phis, ar.d two miles west of Kiitciuti. The invalua'olo properties of these Miner-a Waters are too well known to the public to re quire further camniendution. 'f hour-ands of Uwtimoniala eould be prv-ented if the Jeervrd reputation of the Raleigh Mineral Splints rould be auffinented. K. U. A ii. F. COLEMAN, 1-l:t9 hropnet.irs. IF YOU WANT AM ) a HUJOal a o t o No. 9(f Jefferson St. IF YOU DON'T BELIEVE IT, OO AND HICK! 4m: Attncbiiicut Suit. F. Louis Warner re. Frank Meier. VFFIDAVIT fir attachmetit haricr b-c ma le in ibis ctne. at d atf '!:ieni i-.a-. in. I.', n ini'ie at',iiit i he itate of V. M , ,.t, nr-oi to rr uu 1 that be is a nn-rsMnt ol in, St.te of Tcnnr-e, anff it h.ivinu lrt-n re torn.!. - etc., it if lhere:ot unit;.-1 '.i.,l it- r-.ni h f. el itit liter b'" -i-i.t or b'fi re the .1th osv J-iee. ! '. ao-wnr ,.r o.o.ur r tte "aot fln:ot; - -pl.'nt. or the rj,-- i I be tl.er r. - ' aft'l the ,- s, t lor afiri-.M p,'te : e-t t.-.i a coj v of : n er ! r lie p,iihiht i i.to-- r - . '-r l-iir witjiae ttski, ia li e t: i i; l'l Kl .1' I.I 1W.H. ia 1 .- r. II. HEINIIU II. J. 1 .