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ADVERTISEMENTS ARB IN6KRTKD (H this Column at T4 eena a line per months -"a n drb w roiiorj, rep a ir siioi fo It umbrellas ana parasols, u I'opiar ti. ?v 1) office 11 Madiaon txoet. 14 LAPtf. VANCE A ANDERSON. ATTOR- t neys-atLer. Seldea llnilduif, lAMadiaori .reel. Meinibia, lean. , ' ''('' . i rrii i n-sunTj." w.. a. auo. coxtoi 1 1 Factors. J 10 Front street. IM J UNCAN. ROBKRT ATTORNEY AT I Law. No. IS Wwl Court street, ' rusfitR a m FfiPiTo..: liARBLL And J1 Stone Works, oor. II and Adams sis. IIS T1I.A VNKRV. . J OK HP II. PRACTICAL V Plumber. Uaaand Steam Pip Filter, 'M'-i Second street, oor. of Jetferaon. W llfl il AVOMO "T SiVINua INSTITUnoN X Banking House, ID Madison street, E. M. Averr. Cashier. John 0. Lanier. Pree't. 7ft 1"NSlT"RtNciCITN D8KYi"VRKDKN BU1WH. Agents. H Madison Street. .HP TlLLY CRbS..DKATirUS"fN GR0CERIISi I i and Liquors. 177 Main street, r Hli r . r . U AUMl UllUTTTWU-Tl'I I V tl a. . (layoso street. 1 w MUSIC. PIANOS. CABINET ORGANS. 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Jll AFFLICTED WITII ANT FORM OF Private Diseases, luch as Gonorrhea, Gleet, Syphilis, Involuntary Emissions, etc, ihould beware of intrusting tboir ease to inexperi enced quacks such invariably drug their pa- destroy the moat robust eonatltuaion. At tho Quod Eamaritaa Medioai Office, No..lSfl Jeffer- ' son street, euro are effected in from two ta fix days, without the use of mercury, chance of diet, or hindrance from buainees. Consulta tion strictly confidential. ( It would seem seed- . teas hare to add the importance af nippiaf the vH in hi bud. bat s h(at to tho vise ia suffi cient, not 6nly to save themselves from misery, but shield their offspring from shame and ruin. How often Is it the oase we see rontlemen drench themselves with advertised nostrums , after much loss in pocket and health, they,, are nmpeiled t apply to some skillful physician to be cured, for alone can those diseases Da cured when known to the dootor who pre seribei, otherwise it Is A leap ia the dark to expect a permanent cure. j , , Office arranged that patients do not sue each ' otW, 1f Jefferson street. ' M-lOT lilt. J. M. ROGERS. DR. U. V. rUBMELU I) IIS. ROGERS AND rURNELL, 7ii I . : i 'ihl,,.i-!,,f.1!i 205,' cor. ' Madiion and Main St a. "300 MAY BE FOUND AT 135 UNION STREET, at night. W-ltt 1)1?. JOE. E. LYNCH, ' " Ofaico, 351 Main Slrect,' Bet. Union and Oayoso. MEMPHIS, TENK. Offloe Hours: j 9 td 12 A. M., and 2 to 4 P. M. R5-7 MRg. BROWN. WIFE OF THE CELE brated Dr. Browq, of New York, and f.r many years nsanciate practitioner of medicine with him, has opened an office at No. it Mun roo street between Main and Seoond, where rbe ia prepared to treat ail forma of diaeaae. and especially those peculiar to women and children. A thorough and carelul atudy with large experience qualify her for treating; judi ciously the ever varying forms of diaeaaa to - which homanity ia heir, particularly these dis eiiaca to which femalea are aubjact, may be fuhuitted to her with the fullext eonndence in lier capacity to treat thorn successfully. Tas tiinonials from phy.iiciana of the hifhest char acter eatitlo her to tho confidence of the suf- -"c'ntiible nurses' mny be had ty inquiring of the above. e-''7 DR. F. B. ZW ALTON. TENDERS HIS servioas to the pttbtto in the treatment of tho diseases of females. So obscure aro many . if tiiese, so capricious in their manifestations, so perfectly do they simulate other diseases, that their truaekaraetar Is often overlooked or mistaken ; prominent among these are. Neu ralgia, Dyapeps'a, that condition ol the syatara commonly called Nervoua or Rheumatic, and Unneral Deldlitv, thia last is toe often but a supping the foundations of lite. To becoano expert in the detention of these and skillfol in thoir treatment, requires more- labor and re search than the general practitioner can be alow. These facts induced him to devote him self to this branch of the profession exclu sively. To thoae interested he would atata that he has had ihe ednwitae.es of the beat medical schools and extensive hospitals of America: also a practice of more than twenty y.ars in this his native Mtate and in the Tropica, where auch diaeasee mnet abound, lie ia per mitted also to refer to Ira. I'itmun A Hopson, ateiitlemeu who tnnd desfrvedly high in the profession. Off. No. VA Main street. Reei-d-nec. No. ?1 l,lr.l"n St., Me-npli'a, Tetin 1"7 J. B, BHARl'E. t m. c. sua. SIIAIIPE KIXG, ; 'Dealers in PETROLEUM YAPOK STOVES, i ... . , ... AID T HTH ATT O IV Self-GcneraUng Gas Light, IVe. 330 Reoond HtrU Near Pnloa Street, 1 MEJiniis, TE.HX,, 6cle Afeau far the ' TENNESSEE 8TOVB . v . r : , GAS LIGHT COMPANT Tt the Bale ef , . -Jlfttrlcl iiud Coeinty RIsbU. Every article ..!d Vf ws made perform ae repreoted, or sooner refunded on return et article. Articlos sent to any part of the Jia-a. Attaohmpnt Suit. Municipal' Court of Memrdija, Soruacs and Kr. aJauuds, a. M. L. Uumtn, de fcaaau. - 4 FVIPAVIT FOR ATTACH MKNT II AV; V trteaa4iaiaieMiarnceef Hwtiw jUn 1 f. Gc.4 ! tm nw. d at t.eh men! hartag beee Wad a4 namJ by th. rmnrrFlim " l.iied. r.," a. rreper iv ..f th.U'dnt. M. 1.- la. V ieikere for ordered that said 4- frfaa afpjr at the l'.Mirtr"o, in the r"y ef Keaph.a. 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Bnt any thing beyond a mere announcement will be oharged for at. the rata of 0 cents per Advertisements published at intervals will be charged ten cents per line for each insertion.. All hills for advertising are due. when eon tracted and payable on demand. , a a. All letters, whether npn business or Otherwise, must be addressed to ' , . , vliiT4ijnK until iit.n.3, - Fuhllsher and Propricton. STONEWALL JACKSON xtemlnUoencea by OoT.Xetoner f V Virginia. ' ' , From theCorrespondenee of William Rwinton, the Historian, witn tae jmw xora ltmcg durini a Southorn Tour. " , I was fortunate enoueh. however, for at least part of the way, toliave a pleas anler mode of travel, ex-Governor Letcher havtne coma to mve. me a ride to the Natural Bridge, which ii on' the main road to tSousacks. and tourtean miles from Lexiotrton. ., i ' ' The latter place ii the old home ef the oi-Governor, who is now aeitisa tuere in the nraaiica of law. For the sake of hi a old-time acquaintance, I may say that hit countenance still ebiues wita the game ruddy alow as of yore, and though he ia reduced now a days to yery plain hom- bdud. his jovial eood nature baa outworn all the chaneea of fortune. I will, own that before X met Letcher, 1 had iigured him to myself aa a sort of Bardolph and Pistol character: but on acquaintance I found him to be a man of thorough good aenaa. Durinir -oar ride ' Oorernor Letclr flowed out ia many reminiacencea of tho war, and I regret that I did not note down these recollections. I remember he said that after the secession of Vir ginia (to which h.wa( strenuously opposed), he was ety deairoua that the State ahould not merge itself in the Confederacy, hut forming an alliance offensive and defensive therewith, should retain the control of its own fortunes. They told him, "Oh, the Confederacy will dbt Touf debts:" but he knew that Vir ginia was far belter able to pay her owe way than was the Confederacy; ' He claims to have first discovered the merits of Lee and Jackson, haying made the former a Major General and the Com mander of Virginia military force, aed bavinir commissioned the latter to a Col onelcy and sect him to command the suite iruupe av aaii i unj. i In recard to Jacksoo. he said that for a Ions; time Davis anil the Richmond people had believed him to be no better than a lunatic, and the way in which Davis first learned to appreciate what was in him waa in thia wiae : In the spring camcaian of 1 802 in the valley, Jackson, after canting Fremont and Banks to re treat, turned on hia track finding htm?eil pnrsuod by two converging columns, and withdrew up (be valley. But at Cross Keya he auddenly faced about, and dealt Fremont a staggering blow. Letcher receiving a dispatch announcing the vic tory (be waa in the habit of getting ear- i t - i ' . : . lier inteiiigeaicci ui uacaauu upnr.uviia than waa received in the War Office in Richmond), went and read the messAge to Davit. The latter, however, would not believe the news, saying that it was impossible that a retreating army should have thus turued upon and beaten its pursuers. Letcher, however, insisted that it was true, as he knew bit informant would not send anything that was not true, and told Davis that ha would prob ably find out its verily by the morrow. Now, by the next day Jackson, bav in n disposed of Fremont, crossed the river, and at Tort Republic overwhelmed the other pursuing column the column of Shields, which had been pursuing co the olher side of the river. Receiving a dispatch announcing tbia new tuccesa, Letcher again repaired to Davis' house, where be found Benjamin and Seddon and the Cabinet at dinner, and after taking a glasa of wine, he asked Davis: " Well, have you any confirmation of tbe newa 1 ehowed yon yeaterday T" " Yea," replied Davis "I received to-day one of Jackson's laconic dispatches, saying that "by tb blessing A God be bad beaten tbe enemy !" " And now, then," rejoined Letcher " I have another tal letin of victory H bow you," handing him the mesa! containing tbe newa of the aueeena at Port Republic, of which Davis htd hot jet heard. "It can't be ao," eaciaimed the latter; "it ieitnpo sible; ft ie anprecdented in all military hiatory that an array ia fall retreat shoo id thus turfi l ro and overwhelm two pur suing columns T Nevertheless the con firmation aaain came to hand, aad after that Jackson was no longer regarded as a lunatic. The Governor alto. told, oia another fact in retard to Jackson, whick 1 think baa not been pabliahed.. It concerns Jackson's reticnation. It appears that at tbe time that officer maiie what is cailod tbe UaUa campaign, tnt VWetern Virginia, several iulvrdinates went to Richmond and complained cricvoualy of Jackaon, whom they pronounced rraty. lo reward fcr thia service these clkers were promoted, and Jackson, Irarning the fact, feeling aegrievd and outraged, aent a peremptury reaignation U the Richmond War 03ce. Letcher, acci ! UU fi n ' u U J J LAnQEST CITY ClttCCTUTlON. 1 jMEMl'HISvTENNKSSEEa" T UES DAY K VEHING, ' J UNK 25; ' 1807. dentally hearing this fact, went to tie office and asked about it and w.s in formed by Benjamin that It waa e0 On iuquiring what they were going to do about it, Benjamin said he slid not know, hereupon Letcher asked for the peps r and put it in bis pocket lie then wrote a letter to Jackaon begging him to with draw hia resignation, telling him what he bad done; and stating' he should not return the paper unless he positively ao ordered. After a little he got a letter from Stonewall, stating that he oootided in him nS a friend, and aulhoriaing him, if he really thought fit, to withdraw the resignation. This he promptly did. THE LIZARD MANIA. A short time ago a female at Ana mosa,' Iowa, waa supposed to have a snake in her stomach, but a pott mortem examination revealed the fact that aba was the victim ol oouBomplion.1 Thia disclosure seemed to satisfy the publie for a brief time, but the aensation has been revived in the person of a man at Chicago, who earnestly bolievcs that While indulging in a draught of refresh ing water he swallowed a lizard. lie states that be felt the animal,-s it -wiggled and twisted down hit throat, and that the feeling" was- decidedly unplea sant, similar to that experienced In eating blua beef.v The believers in the thcery that animals can live in a man's, stomach are springing up in large nura bors, and .numerous cases are citod in proof of the assertion. ! Alllbe instances of snake, lizard and insect swallowing that have ever been reported are raked up and presented to the view of the alarmed Cbicagoan, who writhes, and retches aud throws himself into improb: able shapes, in vain attempts to dislodge the formidable creators that has sought an asylum within his stomach. First we are treated to the statement of. Mr. Tutor Lyke, who says thai while in thi army, fighting for the honor of hia country, he swallowed a ' small water snake, and that since that eventful period he waa unable to sleep without first drinkinif a callon of water. ' lie finally resolved to dislodge his sn&keship, and to this end took a violent emetic, which had the desired enact, and brought forth ' a young serpent over a foot in length, anricbtfv as an eel and endowed with all the deviltry of the tempter of Eve.-' Nu merous other witnesses have noma for1 ward who testify that they have known such uncouth animals to live in the stomach for years, and that they rather appeared to; like ttietr aDiai..g place. Indeed, such caaea are being oommon, and it would be well for individuals who experience an uneasy senSatisQ in tbe recion of the siomaca to suojact mem selves to a tborongh examination. What passes for' dyspepsia - may - be " some frightful mouiter sporting aronnd, much to the detriment of their health, and should be looked after. St. Louis Time. Account of the Capture of Quer&taro by a ... v i Soldier. - ' Wjlshikgtos, Jone 17. Tbe following is an extraot of a private letter written by an officer of the Liberal army to hit brother in Monterey.; I i . ' ' -; , QosRgTito, May ), WT. k : Dka Bbotueb: Colonel Lopez com manding the regiment of the Empress fDrobablv for the purpose of saving his life in case of defeat), delivered to na the fort of the Convent da la Cruz, the key to all tbe fortifications, ibis took place on the morning of the 15tb inst, at twenty minutes past four o'clock, and immediately our regiment and that of the Lanremes radres occupied this post, finding all the troops of the enemy fast asleep except the - gentries. When we reached the tort we jumped over the intrenchments, surprised the guards, and at once ocenpied all points of the fortifications. The surprise was bo com - plete that when we challenged them they found tbe points ol our bayonets at their breasts, and tha soldiers,-officers and chiefs surrendered without firing a single shot, during the whole affair. All this was eBecled by the two regiments above, and during the whole time the lines of the besiegers and besieged remained m their positions. After we found our selves master of the most important point we marched with two companies of Qur regiment into tbo midst ot tho enemy to the principal sauaro, and ascended to the steeple of the Franciscan cburcb, of course without knowledge ot the ene my. At daybreak we commenced ring ing the bells of the chnrch and began firing at 'all points. The - enemy, not knowing what had happened, . awoke frightened and in the greatest oon fusion. Disorder was tbe result, tbe enemy run- ing in all directions, without the hope of escape, at whenever they struck any part or our lines they were fired at from the. front and by us iron the rear. - Tbis waa a death blow, no one escaping. - . - A Shoal ef Xermaldsl On coming between tbe bluffs I saw the beach already covered with natives, and we had not reached half the distance to the shore when we behold a host of them in the water swimming toward us. Fearing soma treachery, I looked to my pistols, but the interpreter teld me that they wore only the Waihenea coming ta greet us, and I soon perceived that they were, indeed, all yon ug girls. On they came, ahouting, laughing, and playing in the water like a ahoal of mermaids, till we were in their midst, when it was with the greatest difficulty that we could ad vance. We were also . in momentary danger of a capsize from the number that eodeavorea to clamber into tbe boat, moat af whom we uuereeuonious!y ejected. Their costume -was of the simplest that oould be adopted. A few had a girdle ef leaves around them, bat most of then had not even this unpre tending garment. At the sufiicstioa of the interpreter, I allowed two- of the chief parsonages pressct to oome ieto the boat. - Tbe real deetsled from their efforts to board na, bnt clnng about the boat, 'swam around it wilh oe Land, w hi U, with the other eitendeil toward us, ther erelaiarred. "Me bat key, me backry. These girls are all fond of manatactured toMoco, wnicn, itiemgn me weed grows luxuriantly on all 'be &ath Sea llands, they do not llemselvea know how to prepare it . We 1 inded on some rocka near a little cascade that burst from an overhanging cliff and fell into a wide basin of fresh water, clear aa crystal.' Some children were here 11 inr. water-shells ; and the young women, I observed, aa they emerged from the a, threw themselves ia this bath be fore resuming their tapa, the salt water b-inf considered injerris to the skin. Wild Lift omonj (kt Tociic Islanders. T'afeMt-SweWiaaai-" ' . i-i ,i tain lain, 1 '' From the Columbus (Ohio) Journal. 1 ' ' At the commencement of the late war quite a number of eounte and princes came Over to take service in our army, and a nnmber of them found places on the staffs of AlcClellan, Frerocnt, etc Among the number was Prince Salm Balm, from some German Province about the site ot a Yankee pocket handker chiefs II served at during tbe war,. hot since tb closing of it we have not heard anything concerning him. It seems, from th late dispatches from Uaxioo, that be bad taken service under Max.. and was taken prisoner wilh him, ana that his wife is now interceding with Jauree for the lives of Max and her husband Salm. The Prince is au innocent, harmless sort of person, not satiable of doing mueh fearm to anyone... Jle married. his wife after an acquaintance of six hours, she being at the time engaged aa a danteuae at one of the New York theaters. She ia smart and pretty. ,.'".. -..'?' I - The Mexican telegrams inform1 as ''that ehe is an American lady, and closely connected with President John, son." j , .The former is a mistake, aa aha is a oative of Canada or Nova Scotia The latter may have been true, ns ehe is said to have been aonnected with several other gentlemen before marrying Salm- Salm t It is said that Saftu owed many of his fat position on tbe stuffs of Generals to her shrewdness and taaneuveri&g. jr. ' -! ? Results of Horse Salve. ''A farmer la Peoria, -county, 'Illinois, had a sick horso. The other dsy he ap plied to the animal a Very strong blister ing salvo, after which, according to the Transcript, water being scarce, aad himself hungry, he sat down (o tbe en joyment of his evening meal without going through what every Moslem con sidererg eesential to salvation. , During the evening his children grew uproarious, and he spanked them like a good citizen, Th wife nf his' bosom approached him, and he chocked her under the chin and kissed her like an affectionate husband. Tbey retired to bed, but during' the small hours wejp awakened by an intolerable tching ana burning. They-couldn't aleep, the children couldn't sit p, the wife of his declining years was in agony, and his own hand itched and smarted as if it had been engaged in a horrid mur der, and wanted to turn State's evidence. As he. lay groaning and sweating with hia weeping household,, an idea flashed over him, it-waa the horse-doctor' a plaster good 'for equines, but bad for humanity.. Tbe whole family got np ass washed, and sure that the children were slightly uneasy, and himself and 'wife blistered it) sundry and divers places',, pa material injury followed. ' - , - JOB PRINTING. NEAT . AND, LEOANT j on - xrtiNTiivO (JAM DM, , : iiy. tDs. :r;:n :; CARDS, ! - CAllDS, : ' CARDS. 3 AND S6T .50 PER 1000; ....... v .,r BILLIIKADS, III LMI KALIS, I ..?-..Oi:-J' J 'UlLI.HHADS. , " lUl.LliKADS. , - I t ' rULUIKAUS.' - " '. ' EI1,L1IKAI)S. ..' - i 'BfLbHUADij, ' '' : - ' BII.l.HiAlS, ' ' ' SILUiKAUS. 11 ' , . , .-, .--.' i ...,-.'- ' ' : $15 00 PER REAM. CIHCIir.ARS, - I r- CIK'U'LARS, . i ,. - CIRCULARS,. - .. . : ' CI KO Ll I. A RS, 1 . CIRCULARS, t- CIRCIil.ARS, 4r ..if! CIRCULARS. ..,.-.. - CIRCULARS. $10 TO $15 'PER REAM. ;. ......... . frtTTiLH tADIHO -.n. BILLS LA III NO, , PILLS LAITNiJ, : . y dills .aimnu, : ...'i'lcA PILLS LADING. " : t i" i v.BIIjLs LADING, 4 . ' ;- . . ) i. . j. BILLS LAM.NO.! ,.1 ,11 ILLS LAblNG. 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EEIXtJ A nn.fffflnt ff the Blare of lenn.. as hvehy rwuhcl that an atiarhm.nt haa twra ki mi"TtT atuarhr-l b famiahm.nt, and a i, riNintr.l to appear at my office ia M'mi'fcta, ea the TTth ilar if Jan. 17, and i-'me t4. caa. r i will be haud earwi. Thia nrrti-r to roKHKt ii'e a weak f.-r fuar wtctt in tbe Pri ir Lini. M. S. WALT05. . P. A-CKsTxata, Atl'y for lTff. w- r 111! II 1 a-BBBi a a h ' 7i;:i I. v . ; I ! . DRY COOPS, CLOTHINC, DOOTS. SHOES, ETC. EEOAEDLESS OF COST. , FOB THE NEXT - i i REGULAR ANNUAL CLEARING OUT SALE ,.f . t , ' 4 W I nt tkA tmman4A 4. M A ; Vl .UU IWIUSUDO RU4. STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS x ti ! CL0TUIKQ OF EVEUT DKSCBIPTI0X. ' ' Notions, .TVhito 1 Goods, -V' Etc., s . . : ' - at- ' ' - - - - .... r: ; .. k .. . WALKER BROfe & OO.'S, 229 MAIN STBEET, CLAY BLILDIXO. . CASH BUYERS, WHOLESALE . OR ' RETAIL, ARE INV1LED TO CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK AND PRICES " ' BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE. . '.104' ' GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE, ... i t-i !A.: T O Commencing on tlio MACK BROS. ' 261 MirL Street. i ) .ir-Tf ( i.i HAVIN FULLY DETERMINED TO RBTIRB PROM Iin.srNFRS.'WB JTOWOVPICn lo the Pu'jlia our IMMliNSB STOCK. OJf .UO0U3, . AT KASTKIiS COST, consisting ,ofr,.fi ti , .... . ,! ti.j! , , STAPLE AN D FANCY DRY GOODS, ,. .i,--r: m jvli'-'' IvDOOTS A1NI 'SnOES. ' ;' : '' ' i, ''... n , , v, . 1 ' " ".. r.;t J-t- u Gents' Purnishing' Goodsl Notions,' Laces,' Trimmings, , Prints, Bleached and Brown OSNABURGS, COTTON HTKIPES ' AND : COTTONADES, i , .. r - ' ' ' " """ ' ' ' ' ' ALSO A Beautiful lot 6f Lawns, Oruanlios. f ereales. Jaeonettea, Grenadines, Bilks, etc., etc., which we will sell BELOW ORIGINAL COST. ,- COUNTRY MERCHANTS, purchasing fur Cash, will find it to their advantage to call and alanine the large and well-selected stock of Dry Qooda, which we are determined to sell KEUARDLESS OF COST. r ' . ' ,; 1 MACK JUtOS. A IIOHH, i'.T i'f i I ' rft l REDUCTION! SWEEPING '; h e-e e-e 0 M Eh 0 P W aJ H 0 H b 0 P Q fi DRY -GOODS i MARKED D0WU : - B. LOWENST After 3Ionda3r, 3Ia.y UTth, , , . " OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF ' , STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS " AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. t. . -a'. '1 ' P.. . ' - - f. r ,- ' WE ARE CONSTANTLY RECEIVING , . ; : New Goods from the Beccnt Cheap Sales at Sew York, And are therefore enabled to (tire the ' GREATER INDUCEMENTS To all Bayers, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. . tr PLANTERS will in It to their interest to CALL AND EXAMINE OUR liOODB aad Prices before the make their purchase. , t tf To Merchants BUYIN'O FOR CASH or food CITY" ACCEPTANCE, we will five GREAT INDUCEMENTS. , . ' ;"'. i sr Orders FROM THE COUNTRY promptly attended to, and SATISFAC TION GUARANTEED. ' ' B. LO WENSTEIN ' & BROS Xo. 242 Main Klrerf, corner JrfTrion. house, si-N,'fNew Ice" Cream Saloons . . i --ASD OBNAMENTAL PAINTING, e " AT - .! v g . 1 ' , ItKL)tJOEI PHIOKS. II- LOWRT & SMOOT, Jfo. 2Ji5 Second Srct, j " ' I latwewa . Xadisoa aad Coart Streets. pARTlCLLAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO Calsomlnin; & raiftr Danslne. , Ten Cents , JPcr IVeek. - NO.. 98, i hi II ,. Till BTY DAYS, wnll .J.aI.J .4n. 1. , ni.41 n.guiCU D,4JVm VI , . . WALTCEIt UIIO-S. Ac CO., - 229 Main Street. Clay Building.! I O S5 T , Iirst Day of June, & BOHM ' S , Domestics and Sheetings, BED TICK, - 1ST. tTl Main Af.Aiat REDUCTION II REDUCTION! EIN & ' BRO.'S. C d 0 H 0 TH8 UNDERSIGNED TASE PLIAP L nre in infurnins the i-uhlic, an l e.pe-rlly the LadiM, that their Soa -io". and Mna-niBoei.t Saloon (th. Iarrt auJ fiout ia the oily), IS NOW OPEN. . Wf will fuxniib. ICE CREAM,, , BODA WATERS, 1 , B HERBERT. . CONFECTIONERIES, ' : FASTRIES. And all the V ARIOVS H XrRIFS ani PEL ICAClEb OF THE SEASON, mvi ahail spare do paim to make oar etl hhin.nt tho mwi dvlishtnl resort lb ibeeity. V jiail eonti Sim-t juxtTACTl RK PIRK CANDItS, IalltlairTarieti-inii!hfla,ailr. to the City or CouDtir TrM ia any dwrakie qaaauty, at Low nates. WcddinsfCake, Pj rami Vases, And all devri prions r4 PASTRIES ma.le to erlcr, by able aad akil.ed Conlrrtuner. i. itoccx At erx.. aad 21 SoooitI f in-t, 1(V! Comt-r il Jiaain. REAL ESTATE LOTTERY. "GRAND 10TTE8I SCHEME I " -1 ..14.. ., , , Lands; Stocks, Town Lots ! Regular Monthly Drawings at Her ' i:. ' nando, Miss. Xlio First on Juno intli. i I . i .' I - ii 'pnB FOLLOWING DKflCRIRED PRO P 1 erty will be distributed sonona Ticket hold era of the HOUTHKUN AHYLUJl. After the AratDrawinx others will oociir eaoh niiinlh. All Aeente for the sale of Tickets luil-t aive bund anil security. Poraone who would dispose of fuod lands, at low rush ratva. ahould addroaa Uon. FRANK C. AR.M.STKONU, Memphis, Tonn. All iroii-rty must be anio-aaed hy disinterested iatti. If not itono, it will nut be in.iluiiod in any scheme, and will be stricken from this. At each Drawius the quantity and value of lan la Ulstrlbutod are eiuKliael to the number of tickets sold, as provided in the charter. Manacan uf tho eorporatloa can hold no Tickets. Ten per cent, of Its profits, nnder the oath of tho President and Manatwa, muatgo to the con struction and mnintf nHii4- of tbe Asylum for WIDOWS AND ORPHANS. The profits of the ooinnany consist In the dif ference between the caan and time valuations of property, as provided in their charter. JIAONIKICKNT 111IS!K, Qen. Marcua J. Wright's roaidcnoe.on Maili son street, Memphis; fourteen rooms, beai.lea rellera and servants' apartments. Asaeased .fcio.owl. Kaleinh Sprinui, twonty-six acres, subdivi ded into twenty priiee. Improvements coat l.-iKNI. One prise, Sprinss aud eisbt acrrs; an other, eighteen lute, the owners of which nave right of scttss to .Springs. Assessed, $30,(1110. Twenty-one and uiree-fuurth aorea, property of Dr. K. A. White, on Iloruando and Kuleigh road: asaoasedat $100 per acre five prises. A Dwelling, with six rooms, m Nouierville. Tenn.. opposite thepucop4Cuurch; assessed atS1500. One hundred and six town lota in the town of Corinth, at the intersection of the Memphis and Charleston anil Mobile and Ohio railroads. Leon Tronailale's eighteon across, three and onn-balf tuilue southeast of Memphis, sub-divided into one acre lots t assessed at $i'moo. Dr. R. F. llrown's 1142 aores. five miles southnut of Mcinphia, xub-divfdod into ten acre lots; usea't'd at I lOO per acre. Keaidmcc ami lot in Holly Springs, ono hun dre.1 and fifty yards from tbe public square property ot Mr. Pointer ; value, t-lAOO. Four rei.iecce lota on Dmirland avenue, Memphis, 3ixl"lifcot; value, $15 porfootfront. Hia acres of land on Pigeon Hooatroad mag niticont mansion with allmoUera improvements one linse ; value, $12..V0. Lanier's plantation, Wit) acres 250 olenred on Miggissippi river, sixty miles above Mom phis; the snipping point for a wide baok coun try ; line place for store and warehouse, wood yard,ai.h timber; twenty-ono prises. Southern planing Mill, engine, tools, ma chinery, etc., complete, on the M. A C. R. K.. at the intersection with Linden street : .isnessed by Cubbin, tiunn k Couvor at $17,000 cost $22 INK). Two thousund one hundred and twenty acres east of Pardis, Mis., near Miss, k Term. R. R residence, a farm bouse, fenced and cultivated; property of 0.0. Wilbeurn: twenty-one prises. Twenty-eix acres, sub-divided into city lots, S art of tie Lumpkin tract, east ef Memphis, etween tbe old and new btate line roads; twenty-six prises. Richard J. JeBries plaalati on .(thirteen miles south of Memphis ana two miles from the Mis sissippi and Tennessee railroad, consisting of 840 acres sub-divided in forty acre iracta SOU acres in cultivation, with mill, gin, sixteen houses, dwelling, well fenced ; assessed at $'22 iitM). A Section of excellent Cultivated Land, near Aahport; property of William Comer. Franklin Institute and Grounds, in Holly Springs property of Kev. J. E. Douglas; ae eaed at SHHIII. Stock Farm of Dr Bailey ; 600 acres, divided by ripriug creek ; 400 acros cloared and good improvements 24 prise", on Memphis aud Charleston railroad, at Moscow. Six Lots, 20 by 60 foct, on Tennessee and Chester streots, property of U. 1), Martin. Four Lots, by ato feet, on Chester street. Two Lots SO by 280 foet, on Chester street. Assessed by J.M.Provine, $20,800. Four Lots, ten acres, in Col. John Fope s snb-divrsion on Raleigh road. $300. 20 acres in tl:eluuburbs of Chattanooga, for mer'yowned by II on. K, 11. Brabson, 20 acre lots. 1280 aorea, Calhoun county. Miss.; J. W. Fant's plantation ; well timbered 400 aorcs elcared SVlil prises. .... lHtiO acres, on Mississippi river, eastsido, 22 miles above Memphis; a macnifioent planta tion, cultivated I 18 prises of 100, and one of SI) Lot on Est Bay street and A 'Igor's wharf, Charleston, S- C. ; three story brick house Hon. W. T. Avery's Resilience and tirounilx, near and east of Memphis, 37 asre, sub divided; improvements worth $15,000, Im provement aod six acres one prise ; tho rest in two acre lots for market purposes. F. A. Tyler's Lot north half of lot 397 as laid down in the man of tbe city ot Memphis, tho same being on Third street, east side, between Jaokson and Overton streets, and sub-divided into tour lots, lying between parallol lines, 18 feet 6 iaches apart, and all running 14 feet deep to tbe first alley east of Third street The estimate at cash is il'0 per feot for tbe north ernmoat and corner lot, and 1125 per foot for the other three making $10,725 for all. JainosQ. Dlain's 133 acres,;Mardhall county, Mis. . . , . H. and F. R- Lanier's Stock and Cotton Farma. on tho line of the Memphis and Iron Mountain railroad, three miles from the Mis sissippi rivor, in Mississippi county. Ark.; 2500 acres. Another tract of 1W0 acres, and oneot lit!,) acres; elegant residence oust f 11, 000; 120 acres of Laud a Mt. Pleasant, Miss.; as sessed at 1 10 per acre ; 10 priiea. Auderaon and Litton's Lot, on Trciovant street, Memphis, to be assessed and sold in this ""m."".' Afhe's 2S0 acros, to b sub-dividod and assessed, and to go into this scheme. John M. Anderson's lt0 acres, on PiKeon Roost creek, five milos sonthweat from Holly Springs, Cost 125 per acre in 1800; assessed at 118 nernore ; four prises. . 111 acres of Land. 10 miles from Como, Pa nola county, M its.; fine improveixcnts ; prop erty of W. Wilbnrn ; 28 prises. 400 acres, on Memphis and Ohio railroad, soven miles from Memphis, sub-divided into 20 acre tracts, costly improvements. oven acres, on McLoinore street. Mempbis; to be aes$ud, ana go into this scheme when aub-divided. 320 acres, adjoining Marshall Instituto 1,"0 cleared good improvements; three milea from the Memphis aud Charleston railroad; assessed at $ H per acre. John E. Logwood's il57 acres in Limestone oounty, Ala., on Alabama and Tennessee rail road. 3iu acros on Pigeon Roost road, finest land in TV oat Tennea-eee. improvements coat $ou'l; ten miles from Memphis ; 200 acres cultivated, or chil r'l-4, etc. ; between Memphis and Charleaton and Memphis and Obio.railroads ; divided into 20 acre lots. Two Farms, in Panola eognty. Miss., on Lang and Chaney erceks, oountryden.ely populated. Karma admirably improved, three miles from Missi.-ii'pi ad Tenneessea railroad; 360 acres cleared i fine improvements, gin and farm bouses; to be sub-divided and aosessed; prop erty of i.r. Jamea R. Paine. A. Maxwell's i1!? acres, near Horn Lake, on Mississippi and Tennessee railroad, twelve ides south of Memphis; to be sub-divided and asAeised. VwO acres, in Carroll county, .ML"., three Biiles froia tireenwood; assessed at $3 60 per acre ; aold f.r (J per acre before the war 20 miees. lr. Peoto's plantation, lo)7 acres. on Hatchie river, above overflow, very rich, three miles trout Memphis and Ohio railroad ; to besub divided and a."eed before the drawing. John II. Tappacott's 2-0 acres, .admirably improved, near Richmond, Miss., fine im provements. 0,(l acros. In Marshall, Panola and other counties of Miaaifippi : aseaed at ii per acre dietrianted ia tracts of ttty acres; all tne larminr and grape-growing liaida. Hr Pointer's rlantatioa, eight miles fr m Holly 6rio4t, Mi. ; ri -re, residence, mill, aud gia ; now rented at f J"" pe- waais ; ai aee4 at $U per acre-nine prnee. f,. mens. ol'SoSlie- mi ..l.u-i.eoi fi.rr-, rHirs asactssed at (13.000 tiniuburbs ol .Mem- Koai.lence In Holly Springs. Jliasj brick biildinga, with Ji acres of woodland, one and a halt unlesdiatani-fourpnaes. Maci6-cnt Re-itrnce and tjrunda, proper tv of lir. P.ontcr. lour milea from Mempliia; aV'eesvi at ,. Ke-idcnew and tw. acres; one rran i rnie. a! i 20 one-half acre pine.. Mini. P. Valker's M baildisc luu.ia tbe city of ConnUl. X.aa. , li.( acrea, eieven miles from Palncan : valu dil. limber! laa ; aub-divided U ,nie. The tiravrvill pr-i-crty, Tli w oniy, ky., fhrce-f'urtha of a mile from Tat.'a Station, on alemph." and Clarkavill and Naahvill. an i L-.mavilie railro.da; brwk rnai ience with 12 rnotne. Five roa cooverge ai this 'la--e; lutr. arc wai acr- of aa rich laJ as is in k turk;to be eub-iUvided aad aa.e-4eeja-.i4.ra Lt!i""DnTars Plaff; assessed by price p., I at late auction eal". Col M. C. ti.awy KJfce, corner of Tb'rl land Conn atr?t. M'-aipbiai to be a-m-A an.l U ia thia acbena.. fen L-'a, by fwU P'ar Elmwood Ccm 4.ry, prftx-rty of Kv. S. II: lont. It t '-ntati- na, miles alv.v Vt-n'-'h... l the Miaa 'Mt-.'31 aa. HaaJ r e.red.two m U ot in uo i n b"-a r.V.'V' i r- .l.,t4 at .: t W d.Ki-4 0-1 tbe lM of Jery ant, w.ih all p at d farmina ul-r.i.4 ha- ! r.. w 1:0.4 ca tie riacet two r-nic. .- ,iaj ea.a.