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Oiflrc-. No. i:i Mnlo Htw- l.lltflKST T1TV mt1H,ATI0 POETRY. OLD TIMES. There's a beautiful song on the slumbrous air That drifu Ihn.nth the valley of dreams ; It mnw from a olliue wnar. Z r And uinaful heart and bright brown nair That wavod in Hie luoraiiii beams. Soft eyes of asure and eyes of brown Anil snow-white foreheads are there) A itliuimartng Cnm end glittering brown, A (homy bed and a onncli of down, boat hopes and lealleu ol prayer. A rosy wreath In ft dimpled hand, A rlrg and a rligh'ed vow ! Three golden luika on a broken band, A tiny track on the suow-wbilo sand. A tenr and a sinless brow. There a tincture of Brief in the beautiful oi Tluit sobs on the manner air, And loneliness felt in the lestive throng Sink down in the soul a it trembles along From a oliroo where lli roses aro. We heard it first at the dawn of day. And it mingled with matin chime", Pm years hiivodistanocd tin basutilul lay. Ami ilsWodynowcthlarsway, And we call it now "tlldrnr.es. BY T ELEGRAWL MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES FROM WASHINGTON. WiHinvHTnx. June 12. Judeo Fish to-ilny dnlWpred an opinion on the motion to quash the pnnol in the case 01 aurrati, coiicltiJini! with ordr to discharge tlie present jury and select a new one. Th r-nnrt than adionrned. Rev. 1'nul Httnley, a missionary to Japan, China, India, etc., Iftteiy au irc...l a nnl to Secretary Seward tl. ancient and unrepealed . , edict making Christianity a capital oflennein Japan, te which f . w. oewara, on Juno the 4th, replied : " The subject Iihh already been brought to the attention of the Jnpnnese Uoverntneiit. FROM NEW YORK. New York, June 12. A German, named Runke, wa arrested to day on the sleniner America, from Bremen, on which ho and his family were passen gers, charged with perpetrating windle while holding the position of collectot under the government of the Frince of Lippe, to the amount of 20,000 Prussian thaler. The information on which the arrest was made was received by the cable. The examination will be delayed to await proofs. Advices from New Orleans give tho failure of Edward Deepassour & Co., of that city and Havre, extensive eomraia eion and shipping merchants. Money is racy and steady, at C7c for call loans. Tho Assistant Treasurer has paid this month f 2,800,000 in coupon notes, and purchased 11,500,000 Sn 7-30 notes. Sterling steady, 9.10. Gold 37J. The Scotia and Ilecla took out f 1,117, 941 in speeie. Border State bonds are steady. New Tennessee, 67 C8c. Arrangements are being mado by the several Posts of the Grand Army of the Republic of this city to have a grand celebration in a few days. Invitations Are to be extended to the leading gen erals in the army. The receipts at the sub-Treasury to day were 13,440,734, including $334,000 for customs. Payments, $3,324,734. Balance, $134,518,375. Sakdt Hoot, June 12. Tbe craft Nonpareil, for Europe, sailed from here with a fair wind and cleared the bar this morning. FOREIGN. London, June 12. Consols closed at 91 J; 5-20s, 73; Illinois Central, 78,; Erie, 40J. Liverpool, June 12. Cotton closed with a slight improvement and rather tn ore activity; uplands, 1111,J; Or leans, Hid; sales, 15,000 bales. Bread stuffs quiet; corn closed at a decline of 3d. Other markets unchanged. Paris, June 12. It is reported that Napoleon and Eugenic intend to visit tho Czar aud tbe King of Prussia at their respective capitals early in the coming autumn. A proposition for a simultaneous re duction of the military establishment of all the great European powers is much talked of here, and it is said tho project meets a favorable reception in official quarters. Mair:b, June 12. The proposed visit of the Queen to Paris willbe made during the month of July. . FROM RICHMOND. RicuMoxn, June 12. This morning the committees appointed hy the two wings of the Republican party, at a con ference last night, met Senator Wilson and three other delegates from the Union Club Leagues of New York, Philadelphia and Boston, at the Ballard House, where all existing divisions of sentiment were adjusted. FROM GAINESVILLE. Gaikesvilli, Fla., June 12. The land telegraph between this place and Punta Rosa, connecting the latter point by a submarine cable with Havana, is completed. The entire line is two hun dred and a venty-five miles long, and was ronnliurtrj in thirty-seven and a Litlf J.'ija. The cable to Cuba will be laid ia July. FROM HARTFORD. If iiTr.iKD, Coxs., Jane 12. The eight hour bill passed the Hnue to-day by a nearly unanimous vote. Tbe bill goes inA ff'.f f-om t)e dae cf te rmseae; $2000 REWARD. Utrtrg Mlrm P laai, r Cgnriwsmui.l l grH:. Ti.. Jt.. 4. hT. I IX OKr.I:K J Mont ErfhCTl ALLY ,ui it-,i meeediar-suB within the aty of .M.',.(-lii. a rrwsrd of Two Thousand Dollars w " -r I hj the Mmr fu B"4U! of t'n irr r i i. ar.f urn r nib r prn iii f. mil Mri- oir tr.t arr( If .-aJ 4ni. -tifi -( mr .-. -r Ttr-. TTVi'f.if tinLf ti J H"!"-i- m-ajrt A l iir . I th Irurise C -u n .- :u.n- 'ft' V' ar-i. -1 C II LLUL vF T II K BOA li P. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS AGENTS WANTED For " The History of the War between tho Slates tracing its Origin, Causes and Results," by TTVm A TT STEPHENS. And for "The Life. Lsttrrs and Hpaeehas ot Hun. Aluanner 11. niopnru., -r -.... 1'iavKLiND. Send for circulars and see our Wr" a? t A ddraS. NATION AL PUBLISH IN ( rftMPANY. 14S Went fourth street. Cm.. O A. MAN Or'ATllOUHANl). A. t.'onstumpuvst Cured! ,r ti If!?..' 1 ltTTTTPVn PJIVSt Iin. ii rfft'ii"1! " ....... . , ; ; ciiin of great eminence, discovered, while In the Kit Indian, a oertain cure mr uonsuiup tion. Asthma. Bronchitis, Cughs, Colds and Cfllierai ucoiiiiy. ........ y hiin when his only child, a daughter, was given up to die. His child was cured, and is now alive and well. Desirous uf beneBting his fellow mortals, ho will send to thoso who wino it the rocipo, contuinini full directions tor making anu luimmuuf ' . . . .1- tk. .ti.mnl tlh A llAm hi lo pay the expenses. There is not a single ynitom of Consuuiotiun that it d not at onoe take bolJ oi anu awipfw. I'eovUhnene, Irritation ot tho Neivos, iailure of Memory, Difficult Kxiieotoration. bharp Pains ia the Lung, Sore Throat, ChiUy bena tions. Niiea at the Stomach. Inaction of the -The writer will pleao statu the name 0,1 the purer they so. th. ,n AU 1032 Race street. Philadelphia. Fa. Empire Spring Bed Company, No. 62 Liberty at.. New York. Manuel's Patent Adjustable SI'KIXJ HKI BOTTOM Kcccired First Premium at N.T. SUte Fair.'fKJ One Mnttrws ! No Hugs ! No Noise I Porfeot Hcstl Clieap-$a to $7 at rotail. Buruble. Fit any bedstead. Anybody can do tt. I do not want a bettor bd."-N. C. Mock er, Agricultural Kditor, 7ViiM. Address a" aoove. Asrnie wnnipu. IlAINTS FOH rAKMKHM Ai uiiiciva. Tho Uraflon Minoral Faint (orupany are now manufacturing the Host, Cheapest and most Durable PAINT in use; two coats, well put on. mixed with pure Linscod Oil, will last ten or fifteen years. It is of a light brown or beautiful chocolato color, and can ba changed to green, lead, stone, drab, olivo or cream, to suumeiaiio m mo - - for houses, barns, fences, carriage and ni manors, pans anu wuo.. - . . 1 !... WAuaul anil . ll n KAt implement, can, ifu,-. toni", canvas, metal and sbinule roofs (it botos fire and water proof ), floor oil cloth manufac ture (one manufacturer having used in the past year 2000 bids.), and as a paint is unsurpassed for body, durability, elasticity and adhesive ness. Send for a circular, which gives particu- . ... . . unt. .... . .i . x n il n, fh nr iara. rnw iwu OT". . , t i r iv,, ,1.. will ..! (irmir narrei,oi .w " T , j lor years io cui. - t u I in the trade, mark Urafton Mineral Faint lo Z.H reari niwi ngw i orm. A Household Necessity, ONLY TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS ! riMIR STAR PHHTTLK 8EWIN(1 SfA- I liinit. An rntirnlv n-W Invention vniikt nnyttthir Nnrinff tfirhint iu the World. l'AT KNTKD Wu. It uses (wo thread: and makes a Stitch alike oh loth tidn,thut will rip or unravel. It combines simplicity, auraoniiv and beauty. It is as larga as other first-class niAinM A child can loarn te work it. it will do every variety of family sewing and tail oring, it will sew iroio toe naesi gauio hi leather. In order to introduce tbe Star Shuttle A'miia IfWAiMtf into everv househoM In tbe land, we propose to furnish them complete, with ana shuttle, flix bobbins, a hill Set of needles, oil can, seren-nriver, aireciions. etc., ti. t the. itunreeedrnteil oru-e al otdu TveHtu flee Vullnrt, on receipt ot which we will box tlree ot expense; anu snip in any euurcs. W.(J. M ILSON A CO.. 7J4 Rek-nnil street. Memphis. Tenn. V n kai,h Machine warranted for five years. Persons who order Machines and find tuat tney are oineniise man reerrseniou, can return tnem ana get taeir money naca. AtiENTS WANTED. WANTED KVr.KYvHEKB SALXsii its, .inn iin Uutmsks-ilOO to Suit rxn Mokth To soil tho genuine Common tin,,.... Rtnilv Snwinff Machine. Priceonly iilfc. This maahine will stitch, hem. foil, tuck, bind. Quilt, braid and embroider. The cloth cannot be pulled apart, even after cutting across the seam every quarter of an inch. Every machine warranted for three years. Hcnd for circular. and terms to agents, or call at .McDowell 1 Block.corner Fourth and ijreensts., Louisville. Ky. BLISS McEATHRON.Ueneral Ag'ts. WAXTEI. H rEnPANTTLE AGENTS IN EVERY ill iinnortant citv throughout tho United States, Men acquainted with the merchants of their county preferred, as thecaavaes willbe mong the business community almost exclu sive ly. This is a good apportunity to clear a iluimi sum bv a few days' work, for fur hand ther particulars address witn stamp. L-misville, Ky. Ladies. Discard Injurious fend ng'. MADAM JUMEL 8MAMMARIAL BALM and Patent llreaat Elovators develop the form nhyiolgically. Depot ()7 Broadway, rtew i ora. ftena stamp lor ireaiie. cuiu ai Druggists and ladies' furnishing stores. CA.UU. rpiEMAN'S LAUNDRY BLUE, FOR FAM X ily ui-e. Tbii Blue is manulactured by the wntl known and old established aanulacturera of fine colors, I). F. Tieman A Co. It is per fectly pure, and nenls but to be tried to be ap- lireciaieu. ooi ur nwon miu uruscisw throughout the United Mates. J. 11. 1 IU1A., BOIO gnt, ) Pearl street. New York. Water Wheels! Water Wfreela! T r ai.evttvk'S PATENT TURBINE. The best in utc. Manufactured by Valen tine ii Co., Fort Edward, N. Y. 1'ricef mod erate. (nd for circular. Agents wanted. U I. H'ALKEU & CO.'.1 PVewnpuper AdvurUiuu Homo, Cor. Una and Sixth its., Louisvill, Xj. k DVERTISEMENT8 RECEIVED AT j. publisliers' lo west rates, for all newsriajiera throughaiit the Unitel Ftates and Canadas. WllbLKaALK CONTRACTS made with ex tensive advertisers. Merchants, manufactu rers, and all others whose business requires ad vertising, are invited to correspond wltn us an I leara our special terms. All orders, no difference bow large or small, faithlully and promptly exeeuteL MACHINE BKLTINi SUPERIOR OAK tauned Leather Belting, all sixts. on hand and for sale cheap. ALBERT POTTS, , h.cor. 1 birl ind Willow its., I'nua. WTM Sl'iKKoON. Ki:al Eatjite Airnt. nd IT 0nvTncer. i'JO Walnut ttrt. undur Southern lloul. tL Louii. Mo. Konl KUt bnusTDt and tvilu on eniiiinijiin. CMtltscUfsi in vmr dtrri ption ot city and ouuutry jTui'Orty, it.ui monthly. NOltTII AMERICAX STEAMSHIP COM)', OPPOSITION llB TO C'nliroriila via Mcuriij;"" EVERY 20 DAYS. With Passengers, Freight and V. t. Kails, ON TIIK FOLLOW'INU FIRST-CLASS Steamships : fin Atlantic Ocean. Conn'gnn PacificOc'n, Bantiago He Cuba, America, Ban Fran ci aco, M nana Taylor, Ai-aragua, Nebrneka, Dakota, XVevada. PasHate and Freight at IlcjuceJ Katca SAILIXti DAYS FROM MEW YORK: MayWh, - - !W!7 1 July S'th. - - )H 7 June MM hand .H't h, laoi Aug. loth and :ith, " And ererr twenty days there.fter, leaving on the hatiirda) prvieus when tlie revular sailing day coine a Sunday. Kr (mil. rr inii,rma ti'.n an.ly to the KOIITIl AMKR1CA.S MKAMsllIP CO. w.m. n. tvrmi. Prstd. u &4 Kichange Place, New Trk. P. X. CAKKlNUTuX. As.nt, 177 V.t street, cirncr Varrrn. N. Y. A Yn ftc' Cel.brated P.rlAOle aad hiatioaary XlLULo Psivuin AiiitinOM. All Sizes, and Superior to all Others. - Call or write for Circular. DEPOT, NO. 60 Sontb Carroll Street. Chicago, Illitcis. A.MKS'IRX WORKS. Prorricur. Oswego, .V I org. TwTfLVE THUS A IMILir" 'IMIK liRKA r SOI Til W EStKKX M H 1 no is ret m t with Ihnliibg st'.rie, ad,e t.rs, sneMific kaowjeiga.ati.t all ktais ef ihe wM-etbir rec.rd ot the news rirrelates tr tSourard c,,r ra h mf-nta. Sl'iton aawi ,.niy I'S ri'i mmr rtiT'i.-1'is. t . l.et the BLl al.d chiat'CsU Adurt-r. wna Stall. K F. I. DIBBLK. rubM.r.,r. L..MIS1 ii.t-, ky. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS tllUND GIFT EiMEBFUISE OF PIIOUNIX HOTEL AND L'O Valuable l'remiuiiie, t To he iriven to the pnrohasers of either of the tollowlng bandsomo itrtUHAV irtuo I 'AnWIunil," the Hnme pf Ulnr: li. IS. JjBei, l. S. GrHir. forir V tuth i n u ton , M art )i n V iinh lntftoii, Hnl .1. O. ilpeolf xiiriiiuv riMIK FOLLOWING (1KV1LKMBN HAVK l kindly consented to take charge of and control the drawing, with the distinct under standing that we are lo have nothing whatever to do with It. vis: Kx-Oov. J. F. Holnnson, (oorgetown, Ky.: General John B. Uouston, Lexington, ly.; lion. r. a.niiui, wu k Ky.s Hon. J.U. Beck. Lexington, ky.th.. D. Haver, of D. A. Hayer Co., bankers: J as. A. (irinstCSU, Ot urinsiean s liriiiiij, ' jmnn, Judgo ts. 8. Ooodloe, Thomas Mitchell, Kq., Cashier Krst Nalionul Hank, Lexington, Ky.; JI.C. Johnson, Esq., Prosidont Northern Bank ubscribera, to be paid cither in hngraving. when the money is received, or in muuey when the drawing is completed. ... All money as received will be deposited In hank and hold until the drawing takes placa, f the enterprise should not be completed, the nmnoy will be refunded to the purchasers of I'V KU F - - Kngravingi. A no orawing win uiko mco. (In Ilia Fourth of Jul v A'exf. Or soonor if the tickets are disposed of, in which event timely notice will bo givon. Write to us lor prospectus giving full partic ulars. Agents will be appointed in all parts of "ENGRAVINGS 15 EACU. and acertincat. ia mt mircltasor of in Engraving, in thaPhwaix lintel (Irand Gift Enterprise FKEb OF CHAHHE. Keuiit by drafts, vostoffice money ardors, or in sums of one honored dol- iurs and over in (irsenbacks by express to iiKiiiMi a nurjiiuif . rhocnix llotel, Lexington, Ky. LIST OF PREMIUMS: m..!. Tr..lnl n.1 Int. 1(UI fet I No. 1. FhoDnix Uotol ami lot, 160 feet 17:. t. " isn nun iTi uiuoi i j. ; ' And :S9 olbr THluablo prernumitt rang inr lroin ci.nv aiwn 10 pim-p. rANTEU-A(3EN'TS.-$75 l'KR MONTH j Kir VftOIl COuni.V in HIP I'linni mirn t iui" dure our 1'AtENT CLOTHES LINK. Ad dress, stating age and oacupanon, o ine AM KRTAN WIHKC')..lfi-.' Bmsdwsr. IM . 1. MEDICAL. Dr. O. S. FKOPIIITT'H LIVER MEDICINE. Siann mn ALL KIXDS OF LIVER DIS- J eases, and other diseases arising from a diseased state ofthe Liver, or inactivity ol the Liver; good lor coronic or aum inunwiuiiniiu of that organ ; Dyspepsia in its various fonus, which are many; Less of Appetite, Bourneasot the Stomach, Lownessel Spirits, Colic, Costtve ntss, Chills and Fevor. aud ail other nnploas ant symptoms that originate from a dyspeptie A 11 fy.m fan. ulna in kit tllCIF VariOlia OA riodical changes, or during all the different stages of pregnancy. Its nse as a purgative is surpassed by none. SB. O. B. PKOPHITT'B FEMALE TONIC, WITH ITS ASSOCIATES, A SATS AND certain remedy for all curable diseases to which females alone are liable; all of th. differ ent derangements of Menstruation, Whites, Abortions, Female or Seminal Weakness, Pro lapsus, etc.. etc DH. O. B. PKOPHITT'B ANODYNE rAI..KIIXEft, rXP. flF Tntt REST FAMILY MKDI- ' cinea bow in use. It is good for all kinds ot local pains, rheumatic anu neuralgic pains: pain in the back, side, breast, etc.; also good lor colds, coughs, colic, diarrhea, dysentery, cnolera, cramps, etc uooa lor lootn-acne, enr-ache, for fresh wounds of every kind, cuts, bruises, and lacerating wounds, etc. Good for all kinds ol stings, tines, etc., oi norneu, uees, wasna. and of all other insects, etc All sold by J. T. J KXKINs A CO., Atlanta, fla.; also by BRADFIKLD k CO., Lagrange, Ua. Prepared by 0. S. Propbitt only, Covington, Ua. Dr. Propliltt's Liver Medicine. Certificate ef Kev. M. W. AixoLO.'of Oa. Coa.l f f AVIXd USED TniS MEDICIHEiUF- 1 1 Soiently long t test its virtue, and to satisfy my own mind that it is an invaluable remedy for Dyepepsia a disease from which the writer has sudered mnch for six years and being persnaded that hundreds who now suffer from this annoying c nuplaint would be sig nally benefited, as he has been by iu use. we deem it a duty we owe to this nnfortunate class, te recommend to them the use ef this remedy, which has given not only himself but several members ot hi lamiiy tbe greatest re lief. M. W. ARNOLD. The above medicines are for sale at P. I. HUETT'S DRUO STORE, Corner Main and Monroe Btrects, MHMPIIIS.TKNN. M-129 MP THE EVIL IS ITS BID. LL AFFLIC1KD W1TU ANV FOBM OF I'rirate Diseases, suoh as Oonorrbea, Olett, Syphilis, Involuntary Emi'sluna, etc., should beware of intrustins their rues to inexperi enced quacks sjcb inyariably druf their pa tients with mercury, which sooner or later will destroy the most robust constitution. At the Oooil Sainaritaa Mlical Office, Nu. I'jH Jeffer son street, cures are effected in from twv te six days, without tvie use of mercury, chance of diet, or MnJrance from business. Consulta tion sirictly eunSduntial. It wouldseeia aeed lens here to add th. importance f niprinf the eril In its bud, but a hiat to the wise is suffi. cient, not only to save tfjetnselTei from misery, but shield their offprint from shams and ruis. iiow often is It the rase we see fntlcmen drench tbemselrei with advertised nostrums after lunch loss in pocket and health, they are eumpelled U apply to soma skillfal physician to be cured, for alune ran those diaeasee be cured when known to the doctor who pre. s-riln-s, otherwise It Is a leap in tb. dark te expect s permanent cure. OEce arranged that patients do Dot se each eilierjjjlesrf.rs'.nstre. n V7 Bathing and Swimming i:ST4ItMSIIMn.T, Foot oP Aisotton H.root. VKICH rOH THR KIlHONt Crc.ss 1'tm.i, !' I Li, ijr.-a, . . ft rins e Veins, z. Lrnu. TRKSS p.Wt. INrLIT)I5'I BATUISH. 1 9 lfr. aed Tn.!., Ml eils. S"nmiif ,. w-r.. ,.n I'lrxl rrrn swI.XU.Mlil W r.UNF.-UAll and IKII.. i,r. .aest esily lruea 4 a.m. t'. V r- n. "'ti A. II. M K 1 M . itiii .iLV ii tin: v. I'MTED STATES COMMlSSIOMiU Xo. TliO hfrd Mrrrt. aerriHrt;ti' r.s in A.im.,kifr m.. i.k.s i. r b.'rt'Baiid aed lrar.'-rnHl. ei're .-.'ss. 1.1 1 ' PRINTING.1 GOOD WORK-CASH PRICES rum tualll) I.eroir All Things WMTtlOUK KUDTUECS, Pro prffl ton of THE TUBLIC LEDGER gim PRINTING HOUSE Ni. 13 Madison Street. J T T I X I A VINO NOW IN FULL AND COM plcto operation the B00k aild Job Departments I . (II iuia nAlb.ni f u p.n An uui n m a , we take this mode of calling the attention of .. .It- VTVJltV I'L'TI T I IL'lf ,IL'VT our patrons and trlends, and tho puklic gono rally, to onr NEW Sto0m ArrautfCuicittH. This office is now tho LARGEST And Best Appointed IN THE SOUTHWEST, And fully rqual to any In the Kant as regards its facilities for executing 1'rinting ia! wary variety and in any oolor. . Ail Kimis or work Exct nted, Either in Plain or Ornamental Type, Plain Itlack, Colored Inkn, GOLD LEAF AND BRONZES, Ia every mannnr known to the iTofoflsu'D. at t,, ...... an4 nl.f.as.l ROOKS AND PAMPHLETS Printed with new tyi latest styles. Ornamental. Plain and Fancy : i Htonmboat Frliitin In a manner unsurpassable. INVITATION CAKDH " ' ASTD ' IIALTs TICKET, i Illuminated with tlio latest ornamental and bull room scenes. CONSTITUTIONS Printed in elegant stylo. Our lirgo assortment of tyie for SHOW BILLS AND POSTERS Is not excelled in the United States. LARGE PICTORIALS Can he as readily and cheaply done at this bOiee as they are m the bast, anu iu as IIANDHO M. m HTYIiK. We hare In our office, the Now ia usa, togetber with HTKAM JOUUKUH, Which enables us to print V AUDS AM) KILL-HEADS WITU UKEAT CELERITY. Wo hsren fil'LRNDID ARSOKTMENT of small flam and Fanuy Jab Letters, suitable fur I I V 1Z V O Jt K. Cnslnesi Cards aud Circulars la the Ilfst Styla, with suitable eumr mgt reprcseutii)(C buaiueas. DIl'LOMAH, Tor Schools and Colleges, Printed Eqnal to Copperplate. Partirular attention lirra to Milltsrj and Railroad rrinlln?. 1IL.,VNIC HOOIiH. I I'lain and I aucy V ut. d.,a with ei-pat. li. wiiitmokk unoTiirr.s, No. 13 MhJ;.od street. DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, DOOTS, SHOES, ETC. EEG-AEDLESS OF COST. . lOlt THE NEXT THIUTV AYN, REGULAR ANNUAL CLEARING OUT SALE i . , , . i, ii ' . ' N .' ' "i , i I j Sit -S '.'' Of tho immense and well soloctnd atock of , t , i STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS CI-0TIIhG OP KVKItY DKSCK1PTI0N. !N"o(ions, "White Groods, Etc., - WALKER BROS. & OO.'S, S2 M1I NTIIEET, CASH - BUYERS, WHOLESALE OR ' RETAIL," AKE lNVILED TO CALL AND EXAMINE OUIl STOCK AND TRICES BEFORE PURCIIASINQ ELSEWHERE. ' ! f ' WALKElt BROS.& CO., - in i GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE, A. T O Commencing on thelirst Tuy oi' June. MACK BROS. 261 TtJLixlJjL Street. , , j. HAVINfJ FITLLY DETERMINED TO UETIRK FROM BTTSINRSS.WE NOW OFFER to the l'u'jlio our I.MMKNSK KToflK OV (ll)ODS. AT HASTKRN COST. consisting- of: , , , t , , STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, , , DOOT8 AND SHOES, Gents' Furnishing Goods,; Prints, Bleached and Brown OSNABURGS, COTTON STKIPES ALSO A ilenutiful tot of Lawns, Organdies, Percales, Jnconottes, Gronadincs, Silks, eto., eto which we will sell BELOW OKIOINAL COST. COUNTRY MERCHANTS, purchntiing for and exainino tho lurge and well-selestesl stock sell REGARDLESS OF COST MACK ItKOS. A IIOIIM, 78-103 . .... No. 261 Main Btreet. REDUCTION ! SWEEPING DRY GOODS MARKED D0WJN B. LOWENSTEIN & BRO.'S. Vi'tei- Monday, 3Iivy jaTtb, . OUR ENTIJIE STOCK OF STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS WILL Illl.' SOLI) AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. WE ARE CONSTANTLY RECEIVING New (j'oods from, the lieccnt Cheap Sales at New York, Ami are therefore enabled to jrive the GKEAIIER IN J3XTCl.ME:iVfXS To nil Btiyvra, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. . H ! ! PLANTERS find it to thoir interest to CALL AND EXAMINE OUR 000DS and Trices licf.sre they make their purclinsae. p. - To Merchants BUYING FOtt CASII or nooi CITY ACCEPTANCE, we will a-ivo GREAT INfUCKM ENTS. r OrJcrs rROM TIIE COUNTRY promptly attended to, and SATISFAC TION GUARANTEED. B. LOWENSTEIN & BROS., 73 OP Vo. 243 'TWhIii Great Sale of WatcJies, ON THE POPULAR ONE PRIC5E PLAN. Kivins; every fatrun a haudsotne, and relia ble watch for the low prine ol Ten Dollursl Withuut reartl U value, and not to Jje paid for unless pertecily satiataclory 1 600 Solid (i"ll lluntini Watches, tVM to ITSO MsJ Maic Cued liold Watches .. 201) to 6(KI !tm Lai'ie' Watches, enamelled.- jmto Sin l.lVHii.ld Hunt's t.hrnn. Watohi v.- t.sito SI 11 te 2 ii to 3 tdti to 2 0 Mttf V'O 74 to 2r0 :mt 2 0 '.0 te 7 fn to l"o ...... rn l.ii'l.'. Hunt tt KiiKlisn severs :i.'li.,IJ Hunt's: Duplex atrh as, 5,'y, iQi,J Hunt's Amer. M'ati-h as, b,'J Silver Dunlins Levers- .... 8,' .ssi Silver limiting liaplexea-. .... i ,isl Ladies' Wuld tVatones...... t n.isNi tiold Hnntinf Lepines 'iii.iss) Miscellaneaasilver Wat'lhes I i"l llunt'a Silver tVatrhes.--. III 10 to 7 ;tu,il Assorted Watches, ail kind s V .. I mm v.l.h k. . UI. irent. fvistins; but $10. while ii may be wort b i,MI. 'o vsrtialitv shown. U . . ... I . . I . w . I ; .n Hr . V. . al.. .... maani-Mntstork. Certifi.'aiea naiaiacartieles, are plsred in aeali-d unrelope. ii..iiers are en titled to theartili's namel on " thi-ir (ert;.fii-sies, npnn pavnient of Ten liollara, whetheritbe a watch worth ,j(ior on. wo th less. Th. re tain "fan? .1 uureertihoate entitles you to the anisl. named thereon, or'n f ayment, irrr s.o tir. of its worth : ane a. im artiole valued less than ilu is aamed on ans ',rlitic'Jlr. it will at oar's se-si that this ia no lottery, but a traU"t-forwerd lecititnre, transs'-tion. whifh arav h. irticicated in evva oy th. Boost t.u- Udlus 1 A sinaleiflifii-at i w Jl he sent by mail, post paid, umiq rw-eipt ol' xj eents, five tr 1. eleven fc.r i thirt y-thjaod clant premium .it ,my in and score Talualil. rremium for tli'', one bund) k1 and m.si suiH-rb wat h lor .i.. To as-ents ...r tnoise wt'tima ainployment this is a rerenpr ortan'tr. It is a Uwtiinatoly iiilarted huju i.se. duly aaihons.d ky the tiirt-rtitient, sedoin to the mot carei'al scru iny. Trim I AH'Irfws. W HIi .HT PROS. AfO., Ayt) 1S I) roadway. New York. R FALE.-TYPB MTTAL (BLTTKR iu baubel ) lor sal 1 l"w hr Wl IIIM'ikK PR"?., PitLic L i-1i.i. a (,Sice. AT ! . . . CIsAY I1IILII!V. 22!) Main Street, Clay Building O AT : &, BOHM'S, - i i ... ; Notions, ( Laces," Trimmings, Domestics and Sheetings, BED TICK,' " ' " AND COTTONADES, Cosh, will finj it to thoir advuntat-o to eall of Dry Qoods, which wa are dotorniincil to I REDUCTION ! ! REDUCTION! 9 8 d o H 0 d a M 0 se Klreot, -srn'r JellVr-MOH. New . Ice Cream Saloon. THE UNDERSIGNED TAKE PLEAS uro in iufiirreins; the publie, and especnally the Ladies, that their Spacious and Maitiiiticert Snlnnn itlie liirsest and finest in tho city). IS NOW OPEN. We will furnish ICE CREAM, BODA WATERS, 8HERBERT. CONFECTIONERIES, PASTRIES. And all the VAKIOCS LUXURIES and DEL ICACIES OK THE SKA.VI.V, and shull spare no pain to make our esut'lishtnant the most dtdii'htlul resort in the city. Weshail continue U MiNLFACTUEE 1TRE CANDIES, Tn alt (heir rarieties furnished fr-h. daily, to the City or Country Trade, in any dtxirable luantiiy, at Low Uatee. - YcddlngCake, T) ramltls, Vases, Ar-l a'l descriptions of PASTRIES made to orikvr, by able and akillod Con loot loners. HOCCO Ac CO., s aad ?A Spond stiwt, irsj Cn,'f of Madi-m. EDDINS & CO.'S SAW MIL.L, 1.1 Rear of the New City Jail, UN XV OLF ItrVKH, MKMFHI8, TUSK. TIAVK Aiy.'' HANO '' I 1 -w.it lt, i". "binal.-s, and :a In-t. at teel.uVt.LoIeu. ihvt I rice. ' REAL ESTATE LOTTERY. ; THE FIRST DRAWING or the . -';f j .... . ' j. Southern Asjlum liuid lottery, J Chartered by the State of Mlaalsalppl, ! ' : . ' i ' '.' . 'i i WII.I, I1K IIELl) AT HERNANDO, MISS., On Nttdinlay, Juno 15, 1N07. 'IMIE PROl'EHTY TO PK DISPOSED OK I rnnidsts mainly or CITV AND HI'UIJH b A N LOTS, and of KM ALL FA K MH. adianent to Mouiphis, in Tennvsiiefl nnd Mississippi. One Huiidrea end Kive Prises nf Ten A ores Each, within fire or six milus of Meui ihis. , .Plantatioas Bnbdividsd into Farms lo tho vicinity of Holly (Sprinsa. Farms and Kesidsnces alont the Memphis and Cliarloston, Missiasippi and Tounosseo railroads. City Lots aid City Residences. Sonio of the iuiisi etistly evor ciinstrui'led in Mniipliis. Property aasesaoj by disinterested Koal Ks Uto llrokcrs. at cash prices, will be ilisporml of and drawn oil from the top of the list, equal ia value fo the amount or tickets sold. (Jcuoi-hI Prank 0. Armstrong, Loon Trou dule, John Ainslio, Louis J. llupre, T. M, Halpin, J. W. rlhacklork, aid tlenoral A. I'. btuwart, hnve been employed liy the Stockhold ers aa interinrdiate ascnts between themselves and the public, tn conduct fairly tho bu.iiuoiH ot tho incorporation. TICKETS. (S EACH, tn be bad of the Locul Anonts, or Col. JAM KS BTKAiN, Hernando, Miss. Orders by mail, acooiupanieil by Postoflico order, may be ad ilrcaseil to Hun. KHAN Iv C. AKM.STKONd, Memphis, Tenn. Munvy lettors should be sent by extTeis. Mayor's Okfick. 1 MKUpata . Tuns.. June I. lSii7. f BltiS FOR PAVINO THE FOLLOWING streets with Nicholson pavement will be reoeivedt this cflice until tho ?M day of Juno, 1S67, to-wit : Main, from Auction to 1-uuiU street ; Poplar, from Front street to Boundary avenue: Jefferson, from Front to Its intersec tion with Pigeon Hoost mad; Ileal, from Bhelby to Desoto street ; Shelby, from t'nlon to (South stroot : Desoto, from Madison to Scuth street; Old Madison, from the bayou to Charleston avenue; and Charleston avenue from tbe bayou to tbe Memphis and Charleston depot. TERMS OF PAYMENT: Memphis city bonds, payable at lire, ten and fifteen years, in .qual proportions, with six per cent, ooupous attached, payable semi-annually; principal and intercut guaranteed nnd provided for by a sinking; fund set asido lor that purpose. ' Plans and specifications mnv he soen in tho office of the City Engineer. Hide mutt bo sealed and directed to tbe Mayor and Kinnncn Com mittee. W. 0.L01LAND. W ' Mayor. ELECTION NOTICE. TN PURSUANCE OF TIIE AMENDED JL Charter of tho city of Memphis', and of aa Ordinance passed on tho Hist of May, IH07, by the Board of Mayor and Aldermen, tho fcicr-gcant-at-Arius will hold an Election On Hatnrdny. Juno IB, At tho following nsmcd places, to-wit : At No. 6 Eluine House, on Mam street ; No. 3 Kngino House, on Adams street, and tho Engine Iloiiso on Shelby street: fur the purposoof ascertain ing the sense of tho qualified voters of Mem phis en the subject of issuing ( 4iHUn,Sl) nivo hundred thousand dollars of City Hoods for paving purposes.- . . Thoso in favor of issuing the Bonds will sny on the ballot "BONDS," and thoso who op- Snse the issuance of the Bonds will say ".NO ONDS." . . ; -Tho polls will bo opened at 10 o'clock a.m., and close at 4 p.m. .W) W. 0, L0FLAND. Mnvor. TIIE WHITE COUJiTI KEC0KD, JACOB FROLICH, Jr., Editor, SEARCY, ARK. TIIE RECORD HAS A VERY FAIR ClR oulation ia White, Conway. Van P.urcn, Izard and Searcy counties, and is tho only newspaper published in the Little Rod River Tnlloy, Merchants whining to make their business known in these parts would do well to nilvcr tisoia the RECORD, as eopios of this paper frequently aro distributed gratis in counties farther West end- 1Z FUSXITUSE AND BtDDIXtl . AT G. F. JUNKERMANN'S, No. 34 Main Street, . Ifear Memphis & Ohio Eailroad Sopot MEMPHIS, TESN. 13 wholesale efitiiMichHinitu in tlie North, 1; am enabliKl to aell urniuiro nr-n iiiuo unir Cincinnati rat eg. Ainitrtww oi nil kiiiob nmr i'urnituro repnirud. Ul'hulfiloriiiK odiIIUto-I VfaTiitiT iinnti wiiii i k itiifsn eiiiM uiri iiii-in iv itALKIGII Sl'RINOM. EIIANKLIN HOUSE. TTAVINO MADE ADDITIONS TO Till X S aOOlB " '" rv.ui.i ........ nieut nnd conilnrtiiblo roouii in connctioi thcrewitn, ine unaersigneu win oii-n iiioshbh On the 13lh Pay of May Next, for tho aivommoilntion of tho public gcnerollj' n.l Mnrticularlv those who dosire to avai themselves oi the healing virtues of tlieju-Uyl famed KaleiK' Mineral Spring. VvAr ifTort vlll bo mAila tn rundcr litcait and huneBcial the soioura ul rvery visitor, ittiu the season bids fair to be gay and lively. A Uood HAND OK Ml.'oIC ban been uK;iged and will ! at all times in attendance. A Ml'ACIUUS HALL Hut) At lias been pro' Tided, toirether with every facility for tho til- ' Baylor's Daily oJiNICl'S LINE will m qit with thellliio lUilroail trains at HART LETT hTATIoN, seven miles at of Meiu lihi. and two miles west of Jtiileis-h. The invaluable properties of tbeso Minora Waters aro too well known to the public to re quire further ramtnendation. Thousands e txsuuioiliais could be presented if the desei Tot n'pui-alion of the KaJcisu Mineral fptmsj eoald be auguicuted. fl-l'ie I- roprictors- IF YOU WANT ANY SADDLES OR MM OO TO j H. FltED. IIAlTsMAX No. SO JefferMoa St. I i IF YOTJ DON'T BELIEVE IT i (lOAMlHKK! 4f.M AltAobitirnt Suit. F. Lon!, Wsmer vs. Frank Meier. ; AFFIDAVIT for atta. hia-at liaiirsl ma lie tn ibis cau. ana an s V n:.,ii ha, ii beo Biadr arain.t l lie s'ale ot F. Vcir.nis tlie rrouB'l that he is a Bon-i.-Kiit of i tle cf Tmofwee. and n hnirr 1 n I tere. 1. !fv"d, eie., it t. t.,, ,.,( ,.dr:.i y the sa.J iM.r-nant ei.lcf In, a .ri,.., b-f .ra toe i'4ih day c.l Jan.. I-;, i.. , srwsf ur drn.or to toe said t-laiultiV. r. i rl.irt, or the ra.e w ill b takes ..r .rr.s and tha .airie art t..r brariri.i .,t ; akH h a iN.pv of il.i. ori r I , n'.li-b, I X f r Mi MDwmn, wt-k,, in tii V i ir 4 Pi si ir I.rta.ra. 1 I". II. HEl5Rli.il. J. J"