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SPECIAL CARDS. HERNANDO IKSURANOK COMPANY, Idu U Mud Nn Street. J' J -fHlAOs-miianyltmiw dolus alLneral ln0' fagon liuailness. 1 1' sl"c i owned by our elty B1.7. iinuli and business nitn. 1 1 alia la Ui do Sxafr l.u-al liustii.ss tn tli adtaiiUa- of both ie Company and the I'ulh-y Holder. I. B. WILLIAMSON, President BEK. MAT, BscrHarjr. Arf!AHO 8. II. Dl'NSPOMB, fi.B. WILLIAMSON. M. I.. MKArilAM. ' 1IKNHY I.AIHH. K. McDAVITT, , ft It. Tnw vaifvn. J..- FOR RENT. T?OR HENT TWO r.OOli ROOMS. OVER 4 the D.us Btor. No '.3 J''P'r '; AP plTto JOIM K KIBKLKT. jl No V4 Monroe s'reet. i"ior kTnt.-tiik STOKK AND PUll.U. I .Ins en Jeflerron str-et. ortier of the alley between Kerond aad Third rets. south side, la rnr rent. 1 he boildln i. well situated lore boerdint bouse, end contains suftlolent rooms, Lu.k.. min . !! In a-ood order. Alio, two Kturiu on north lid ol lhi rtwt Inquire of " , , PKTKR SANI. t ;V '' ffl'Jwnjitwl TjoK-11KNT-IN A OODl) NKIUIIROR JhotSd.'a House eintalnint elirht rooms, be sides storeroom, el-seis, eto., with tond stable, wood hed, covered elti"Tn, and k vanlen l realy planted. A Inn, furniture end carpets for sal. If dosi-ed Inquire at 7l--l N 5P'NT0TO0 STRKRT. 1IK RKNT THK II aTcKRY. CORNER 0? I Market and Front s'ree'a. n cmnplote bus iness order, nn reasonable terms to a rood tin ant. Pi-nirliiiilaraatiilvet25Fmntsr- 48-t L'OR RKNT-A TWO-STOKY, KKAMB H 11 : 1 - vAnma kllnhn anil . nOHltJlirO, Willi ,...-, - servants' room, larce naok yirl. rood cistern, etc.. si uated No. KM Market street : for rent low. to stood tenant. Apply at CITIZENS' llvTfW BANK, ort 1'n Mrltt at, 4' t FOR SALE. 1?0it ! AT.F HULL AND MACHINERY A,0V PTFA M ER ST PATH U K. On Satur day,' May 3n'h. at 1 o'clock a m., opposite MemoMe. Will he sold aa ah re on Saturday, Mavijtlth, at 10a m., al llonedeld. Ark., opno ait. tW.mphls, Tone., t the hitbeU bidder, .. .. , r 1. 1 L'L..fi. J1h.!h. the liu'l. tl'iiiora, m Hrinntji r, ciiii v'iim, T.intg, Boll, etc., inelndilKthe entire wreck of theFtcimer pl. rninca. rKfoni.iv nurnsu. nw Machinery, etc., lia a" neon rot nut, ana in ood i-ondition ; Cylindra. 20inchea by 7 feets wmuht iron PliafU with 11 feet Buckets. Termi of lale Cah. . J. Ti: ARCHER, Air't, P7r0rl f For whom It may eonoorn. TOR SALE A 6PKN 1I I) KECOND-II A ND ' Lftter Pn-w, will be sold cheap. Apply at Tt,ri.h n".n Sl-t WANTS. 1ITANTFD A PEDDLER'S LICENSE YV havinar aereral monthato run. Apply at I.auiD. Oil and Soap Rlore, No. 40 Jeflernon atreet. ' r7nl 0. F. PKECOTT ft UO. I7 ANTED. WANTED ;AT TUK CQM W meroial Hotel, One Bundle Waaher i One Di'h Waaher: (Ire Chambermaid ; ,, Ore Sornhbor. . , ..... .... Annlveonn. f72 M. ALLEN. WANTED A NUKHK, CHLOttED -ind'e. flood reference rpeuired. Apply to !T72-qALBRKATH, STKWAItT 13". WANTKD. TO KXOHANUK FOR A RliS Idence in Mrmnhia, a fine farm, contain Inr 62l)ore. about il'O aorea clrnrrd, with (nod lmproyetticnta, and in aiaht of Railroad, with in two houra' run of Memphis. If desired, -would fell erop, tcami, atnek, eta., and (tive immediate poasee ion. Parties wlahin to make uch an exchane will please address " A-D.," T.annrn ffii-. "1 BOARDING. EOARDINfl. MRS. HARVEY INFORMS her friends and former hoarders that she has taknn the new brick home. No. 22 8t. , Martin streot, near Beil, and fitted up the game in eiollent style for a respectable Board ins; House, and intend" to keep her table sup plied with all the delicacies the market affords. Tims: Recatar Boarders, per week, $7 00 Tlay Boardora, por week, - 5 00 ' Transient Boar ler, per day 1 50 Jingle Meal - 80 m , sodbs ro MBLg: Rrcakfas fr m to 8 a.m. Dinner from 12 to 2 p.m. bupper fmni 6 to 7 p m. BOARHTNO.-A LARUE ROOM, SIHT able for a family, in one of the coolest place" in the city Apply at 432 Main strict. No other hoarders. 10ARD1N(. A FKW UKNILEMKN 1) boarders can be acc iiumndnteit at2lH Third etrret. one block from ConrtPiiiare. 71 BOTRDlNaW'OOR I'll RE K OKNTLE mn can be accomuiniUted with DAY BOARD by application t No. !K) Monroe Hire'. ; PI PEOI'LK'S insurance' company, u' O FFICKi ' . i -'! - I a-""was CAPITAL STOCK, I s t I B300.OO0. Take Fire, Marine & River KIsks ; DIUICTORH! W.B. GREENLAW, JAMES ELDER. C. W. nOYER, N. S. BRUCE, . J NO, OVERTON, Ja W. M. FA RRINQT0N El'OENE MA0EVENEY. OFFICEKHl W. T. ORTIKSLAW,.... - President. JAMES ELDER Vice President. s. p. read Se;m.7- UUEKK'N PATENT Clothes Frame and Dryer ! IIoMa mm Jlticli Clothe, am n Liete 10 feet I.oiiir, atatdl only Orrnplea KlMace f Six . rp"lT LATIKS ARE RESPECTFULLY 15 1 ite4 to call and examine this moon needed and useful article-just the thine for House keepers, and the price within the rsach of all. Mr Samples can be seea at -Ke. 93 Nrronil glrert, Irving Black S84?li E. FEOAN Arfnt. Buntyn Homestead for Sale mniS BEAUTIFUL HL'Bt'RBAN RFFI X dene S'tua'ed tr. nilee .'t of Memphis, on the M. A 0. K.ilrMd. i' now offered for eatle. Th. rat nib'arwe IS acres, 1a a bisk alate of eultiratioa. wit. lawns, rwU, orch ard. eia4rn and veil wawr. Tha Hobm Is laxcair ana fubitantial, with all aary ovtlMil.iint" : the whole Krmm one the moa desirable rewdeaoa" in th. Tinnity of Mmnpbih 1 be r.-ao are ici.tible of dt reti.n into unnl tne buiWine sit. and will tm dm.lod and ea d Mwaralely II desired. T.roii-l'.ri eab.aiid part .a erlil U onimo.ateparch.jetf: title rood. It ot sold within thirty d. it will be sou public .antwn. rmM.01 aiM at sal. I or tartbot parlicuUis atly " .-n- 71 No id, iw Blnck. Tin: cki:x.i nkiim:l (Ustabllel under fh aaus of Tai Niarn In 1. X. ftlliXAItVO, f dHwr sibmI Prpr. J J AS A LARrtK ANDIKCRKASINIWB raUfi.a In MiwImIi H. and h ef the Wt BoJiaiai fr Venai his mercUntd ajTartisw In. , aol PPBLIO1 LEDGER. Orflr. No. 18 Mavdlaoa Mtrsek LAROKST Vil CIKriLAfrOS THE OITY. MKMl'HINi dar Evonlna;. Mar 8, 1HI, MeUorolofleal Obserratloni. iBfOITID IT iDWi.D ULDC.m.) May 2. Uoa, Ta.m.; Th.rmometer . f4 PiraiBattr-.M-M.HMi 2V.0 Wind N E. Weather-. - Clear, i Hay 241MA. M 2U. N.W. Clear. fr.M. irii JV.tll Hair. T.n. .-. 70 tT.n. 7 'W Jf.W. Clasr. Thermometer. Brometar- S ind H....HH Weather... n HtAII N.W. flasy. N.W. Ha ay. , Pittibcio nod Kentucky coal and fu eoke. Brown & Jodm, ofSo .47 Second treet H. B.PACt No. 1 Pil-borg ool No, 233 Main itrooi ' ' ' ' ' Com Bigly, Mallerih 4 60., dealers in Piltibnrg and Kentucky coal, 26 Sooth Court street" '. . ; 1 Lickdit Orrio, 40 Jefferion it. t arrival and Cepartar of Tralni. , auiiiairri so Turittssai iiainit. I Arrivt, Depart, New Orleans eipress, dully, 2 2Sr.. 415 r.w. Rardisaeonm'n.ai. Sunday, V;30i.M. 1:30 r.M. Friht, Nerth. Monday, , '. Tuesday ana Friday. South, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. 3:25 r.M. 1:30 i.m. sisrHia ard CHAiLUTn tiiLinjn. Throunh mail, dnil..... 6:00 r,u. 1:40 r.M, Through express, dally 10:40 p.m. 11:HU p.m. HomerTille ao. say Sunday :26 l.M. 6:00 r.M. Corinth ao., sare Sunday, 6:i'0 s.m. Railroad time twenty minutes faster than Oity time. OfBoe, No. 278 Main street, and at Depot muring axd LoBisrit.i.a aiiLaoin. Day Eipreia.-S:1a.m. 7:00 a.m. Siirht Express....... 8:15 r.u, 4:00 r.M, Railroad time is 15 minutes faster than oity time. Tioket office. No. 237S Main street. J)e pot, head of Main street. , LTats Coal Company. Best Pittsburg ooal, wholesale and retail. We weigh on the oily scales.- Office, 287 Main street : Fjr Rent. Four new stores, just fin ished, low to Rood tenants; Nos. 176, 178, 178 and 180. For sale: The lot on Second, near southwest corner of Madi son, must be sold, i V t y- Wheatlit - Atskt, 70 . No. 10 Bethell Block. ! IiOCAI.J IN BKIEF. : Charley Decker, the Memphis giant, is to Nashville. ,.- . ' ' , ; ': ; 1 Henry S. King has received final discharge in bankruptcy.' .. a . . j Green corn is to be had in tha mar kets at fabulous prices. "taaai t-- I Thanks to Felix Cross, of the South ern Express, for late favors. The stone pavers on Front street have reached the Exchange Building. The Confederates surrendered at Duvall's Bluff three years ago yesterday, Ice for sale at 147 Madison street, at E. J. Holahun's grocery, 76 Pickles, by the gallon, at Finnie & Buckham's. .; r ,, L-,Ar The Law, Chancery, Criminal and Municipal courts were in -session this morning. The pleasant weather-yesterday brought out crowds to all the places of worship. ' Yesterday was observed by the Is raelites of the city as the Feast of Weeks, or Chair, Hashovuos. The Memphis delegation to the recent session of the National Medical Association have returned. 0- F. Hunaaker, a Texan carpet-bag- ger and deWgate to the late Chicago con vention, passed through the city yesterday en route home. Judee B. C. Brown and Col. O. P. Lyles, of Marion, Arkansas, have located in this city and formed a partnership for the practice of the law. ' ' Ham. Carter, Sam. Ireland, and half a dozen other negroes, are out in a card condemning the lawless and wanton pro ceedings of the picnicing Africans at Bartletton the 18th inst.. ; , A meeting of the directory of the Memphis and .Charleston Railroad will be held on Wednesday next, with a view to electing a President, Col. Tate's resig nation having rendered that position vacant. ' - - ' ' , Only two matrimonial certificates were returned to .the office of the County Court Clerk during last week. ' These attested the unioo of Washington Laeey and Mary Turner, and Daniel Hurd and Sarah Hurd. Gen.S.B Buckner passed up the river on the Richmond yesterday. He goes to Louisville, where on his arrival he will assume the associate editorship of the Courier. By those who had the pleasure of meeting him on the steamer here he is spoken of as haying grown prema turely old in appearance since, the war. His hair and whiskers are almost white. The picnic of the Sabbath School of the Church of the Good Shepherd, at the Ford place, Chelsea, on Saturday, was in every respect one of the pleasantest of the many pleasant affairs of a kindred character which have taken place in the oatskirts of Memphis within the past month. Upward of a hundred of the little folks accompanied thair devoted pastor, the Rev. J. J. Vaulx, to tha de lightful gronnda, and participated in the innocent pastimes of the day. Joe Locke, at No. 22 Jefferson street, has every interesting weekly pa per that is published, including Harper's, the Baxaar, Waverley, Clipper, Round Table, Scientific American, the comic apts, the Irish weeklies, French, Ger man and Italian weeklies, all the month ly magazines,' literary and fashion, re ligioia, spiritual, scientific and fashion weeklies, and the Cincinnati Eoqnirer, St. Louis Democrat and Republican, Chicago Times and Tribune, Louisville Courier, and New Tork World, Tribune, Herald and Tinea. Lisa Law, Rice 1 Eofla at 27 J c. per yard, at ta H ! s t e-Try niaslss as MosiT to La. Call at Citiacae' Caioa Bank, eoraer of Maia aad Jeffer son. '' j j THE -iP. miGRAPU LINK Tlie Meet in! of Men-liamiii . andCpltill"' u"uo l atttt Sat m day. 1 - Tit) Adrttulagea that y I Acorn to ffuipliU froin I the New Line, Kir. If there is any 00 .grievance from & which the mercantile and banking com mnoltyV the press and the people of Memphia at large, have suffered more than fr6m anothe-, it hae been from the monopoly of that most Important of all channels of Intercommunication, t tha telegraph. Under the existing arrange ment we have been compelled to pay the most exorbitant rates for our use of the wires, and in return have received only the mosl limited benefits. .Ths press ha especially suffered in thai our reports transmitted us - telegraphically from distant points of importance have cost us two and three prices above those paid at points equidistant with n from' the source of new, and we have thereby been nnable to lay before on reader such fullness and-variety of new a w would wish, and woulJ have done had we received our money worth, is with no little gratification, therefore, that we bail the inauguration of a move ment looking to oor relief. . We are a; sured that a new 6rder of things is (o be instituted, and that it is to be brought about by tbe extension to Memphis of the wires of what is known as the Atlanlio and Pacifio Telegraph Line. Tha meet ing on 'Change Saturday, attended, as it was, by leading capitalist and business men of the city, was sufficient evidence that there is a general awakening to the importance of consummating the, pro posed competing enterprise, and in the persona of Col -Thurston, President of the Atlantio axd Pacific Telegraph com pany, and Mr. A.'O. Brantiin, the repre sentative of the Southern line, by whom the meeting was addressed,' we have an assurance that "the work of extending the new line South is'in the hands zealous and practical men, and will be pushed forward with all speed. ; It i known gonerally that some two or three year ago all the telegraph line in the country were merged into one com pany, and that that company enjoyed for a time' the entire, monopoly: of tbe tele graph business. Soon, however, a iiw campany was' organized and erected lines, beginning at Pittsburg and extend ing West This line has, since its incep tion, been successful in . two respects constantly extending and constantly pay ing. It has declared an average quarterly dividend of two and a half per cent., and ha accumulated a handsome surplus The Southern line, of which Gen. Eirby Smith was lately the President, wa re cently consolidated with tbe above line, nnder the name of the Atlantic and. Pa cific; and the mission of Messrs. Thurs ton and Brannlri, as set forth by them on 'change, Saturday, is la. Arrange, for the immediate extension of the consolidated line to Memphis. ' That they should suc ceed in this i to be most heartily wished ; and we have every reason, from the im petus the movement has already gained, to believe that they will. At the close of tbe meeting on Saturday a number of those present subscribed liberally to the capital stock required, and more will doubtless be forthcoming during tbe stay of Messrs. Thurston and Brannin in the city, which will be through to-day and to morrow. A subscription of $10, 000 i expected from Memphis, whioh-is expected to be paid np as follows Shares $25 each, $10 to be required when tbe line is completed to Clarksville, $10 more when completed to Humboldt, and the remainder when the office is opened and ready for business in tbi oity. - In tbe event tbat Memphis subscribes, as it is heped she will, tbe line, it is thought, will be completed to this point about the first of September next ' Messrs. T. and B , as we Lave before stated,' will visit our merchants and business men gen erally during to-day and to-morrow, and it is believed that they will find but little difficulty in making up the ' desired amount of subscription. The capitalist can certainly find no more profitable investment, as the company is already paying ten per cent, dividends, and then by tbe competition the aew line will create, the business community will save in their expenditures, in one year, more than the amount of their subscription I Beautiful style linen lawns, 27c. a yard. Rice k Engel, 203 Main street t , Paor. Lao. Whcat. His many friends among the musical circles of Memphis will be pleased to learn that this accom plished yoong pianist, who recently left his home in this city to give a series of concerts at points south of this, is meet ing with well merited favor and encour aging success- Of his entertainment given at Columbus, Miss , on tbe 1 9th, the Index says; "So much softness of touch, so much brilliancy of execution, so exceeding a mastery over all that is emotional in the tones of the noble in strument on which hi power displayed themselves, cannot be conceived by those who did not attend this concert Mao never feel hi deficiency so sensibly as when attempting to describe music, and tha most we ea say her of Mr. Wheat' executions is that they were wonaeriui, wonderful- surpassing anything wa ever thought to realise in sound. Ia our kaable opinion ko8:ng as little as we do of the higher order of music, we ven tare the opinion that hi rendering of the " Last Bo of Summer" and "Re- collection of Faast," would aave won praise from the grand old masters thom tlvaM Mr. Henry Farmer joined Prof. Wiieat at Commons ea the 20th inst, and lis two ar now traveling together. 9ccs to tbeoi I sarker ftwlt. OBEtv, r.EB dk C , 1 JBala Btrvwt, 72 COXMWKATION, CerruionU at' Calvary t'm trw Yeatrrduy. an ImprtMlTe, Kolfn and ; . deepl Intrtln5 Oc ; . chbIoii. j The interesting and Impressive cere mony of constcraliog plac of burial in accordance with the time-honored cus tom of, the Roman Catholio Church was performed last evening io the outskirts of Memphis by tha Right Rer. Bishop Feehan, of this diocese, ia the presence of a dense and solumo concourse of spec tators. Tb beautiful grounds thus dedi cated to the repose of the departed are situated on the Hernando road, about three mile south of th oity, and will be hereafter known a Calvary cemetery. Hither from Su Peter' church, on Adam street, the Bishop, sccompanied if h various vecular and religion associations forming th Catholio com munity of Memphis, repaired in proces sion about one o'olock in the afternoon. In tbe procession, each decked with their distinctive regalias and insignias, were the St Patrick's Benevolent Society, )b Hibernian Temperance and Relief Soci ety and the Sodality of the B, V. M. On reaching the cemetery, the throng of those forming tbe propession, and those who had accompanied or preceded them out from the city, repaired to the center of the grounds, where a suitable stand bad been erected nnder a . pavilion of dense evergreen, and where the cere monies were at once inaugurated. ' Here, at about half-after two, tbe Rev. Father rose amid a silence which could not have been more profound bad only tbe dead been present, and in fervid and imprcs ive accent delivered an allocution be fitting the place, the oocasion and its folemn supinations- Tbe address con eluded, the Bishop was robed, and at a Stroke of tbe bell the procession was again formed, and tbe reverend prelates, the attendaut priests and choristers, with swinging censors of incense, took up their march through the grounds, sprink ling the earth with boly water as they went, the pearly drop of which fell among the grass blade and there glistened in the sunlight like spark of liquid .fire. Then repair ing to a crucifix erected near at hand, the procession baited and the Litany was sung with impressive effeot Then other walks were traversed and the boly water again sprinkled on every sod where the pious hajid of the priest could scatter it, and thia concluded, the ceremonies were brought to a close and the concourse re turned to the city. The occasion wil not soon be forgotten by any who were spectators thereof. The cemetery, which s located as above stated, is a beautiful plat of rolling ground of remarkably varied contour and susceptible of great ornamentation with works of art. Though' as yet unshaded, the trees re cently set out in tasteful arrangement along every walk will ere many years put forth their broad branches and de velop into forest proportions, and then Calvary Cemetery will bs as lovely and saered a spot as " love ere dedicated to its lost ones." Thb Lati Suioidc on tub Citt r Cairo. Information received by ns from St Louis throws some light on the mys terious affair, which occured on the steamer City of Cairo as that boat was shoving out from the New Madrid land ing, on the morning of the 17th instant It transpires that the demented individual who attempted to drown himself, and on being rescued from the river, cut his throat wilh a pocket knife, in a state room of the boat, was named William Jones, a citizen of St Louis, and at one time a merchant in good standing and affluent circumstances in that city. During the war, in which his sympathies were enlisted in the came of Southern independence, he lost, with thousands of others, the property he had accumulated through years of industry and hard labor before; and when the conflict was over, found himself penniless and with no means of earning a livelihood for himself nj his family who were dependent on him. To render his condition still worse, he then took to drinking, ith tbe ' vain hope of drowning his troubles in the intoxicating cup, and from that moment be became mora and more involved in difficulties until finally, it wonld seem, he rashly snapped with his own hand tbe brittle cord which bound him to a life of wretchedness and despair. His family, consisting of a ife and two interesting children, still reside in St Louis, and are left in a state of utter helplessness and dependence. How sad a chapter from tbe history of the rash and wretched I New drM trilaminar Jnat received wont dvairable calora at I Kre aer'a. 71 Tbi Ricint OaATomo. It has been suggested that tb reoenl Oratorio in St Peter's, for the benefit of the orphan fund of the church, be repealed and tbat tbe admission be reduced from on dollar to fifty cents. We heartily indorse the tuegeslion and doubt not that with the reduction of the untrance fee aa pro posed, tbe spacious edifice would again be repleted by those enable to be present on a former occasion. What say Prof. Sebatzky and his associates- V Lixia Laws, 27, c per yard, at Riee A Engel's. . t Tb Yabiitiis. Mi.se Fannie and Millie Florence, who have just closed a brilliant engagement iaWashingtoa City, make their tnlrt on these boards t to night, and the hoose will, of course, be crowded to repletion Th old favorites, or many of them, at least, will also a pear, nnd aa enyrtainment of unusual attr.cliveoase may be anticipated. The bill fjr th evening is aa excelltat one. Bur Toaorsa at Victor D. Facha'. 75 , IFPBATS mmtDAY. ;;, Kuiiitroa. Miootloa; Kcrapea ' li antl round the Cltf 1 Two X?gjroe and Wli Me tlaa 1 J 'lludly Wounds!.1 " ' 1 j . , - i ... r . n :. 1 .- j A stries of - disgraceful' affrays, in which, pistol and knives wire freely ued ocean-ed in and around tbe city yesterday. Without giving any of th repulsive ,' details, we mk mention (imply of the bar fact in each case. ' I Between two and three o'clock yester day afternoon, Deo. dwell, a negro and acting deputy constable for the negro magistrate, II am. Carter; arrested another darky, whose nam is unknown, in the soutltern district n a warrsnt issued by Cnrter. Th party arrested made aa effort to escape, when Calwell drtw a pistol and shot him, the ball from the weapon taking effect in the back part of hi head and inflicting what it is thought will prov a fatal wound, though he wa still living up to noon to-day.' ' ' - . ' 1 A I' " V ,r' I About half an boor after the above bad taken place, John Curlin, a butcDer by trade and a well-known rough, was shot and it is supposed fatally wounded by a young German boy named Jos-. Rutchman, whose sisier Curlin had . suited with improper language and knocked dowu. A warrant was issued by Esquire Kiernan, this morning,for the arrest of Joseph' Itutcbman,1' Cooley Rotehman and Roaand Dutchman, charged with (hooting Curlin and insti gating the same, ,'A " ':"'' ! Between one and two o'clock yester day morning,' 8ergeaat Brown, of the northern district police, and patrolman Dea discovered three negroes in the act of robbing Berton'a confectionery, at the corner . of Poplar and Fourth (treets. The party, on being detected fled, and Officer Brown, after pursuing for some distance without overtaking them, drew his pistol and fired, wound ing one of the' number slightly in' the leg. Notwithstanding bis wound, how- ever, the party shot, together with bis comrades, succeeded in making their escape. ' DIABOLICAL' Kino Cowa Kitten by a If ad I Doc at Qui mi's Mills. Two of them Brought to this i CUy and Bold. A morning cotemporary publishes a chapter on dogs, in the course of which he ventures the opinion that a biped may be known by the quadruped that follows him. We are of opinion tbat there is sometimes more dog on two legs than there is 00 four, and men who would ruin the character of any respectable cur . if the statement of our cotemporary were, reversed and the man should follow the dog instead of the dog's following the man. Perhaps we have a case in point, but we leave the reader to make tbe application. ; Some two weeks since a dog, owned by a party "residing near Quinn's Mill, on Cold water," ws attacked with "hydrophobia, and before he could be killed, got among the stock in the neighborhood and bit nine cows. Seven of these cows thus innoculated with the maddening poison were killed forthwith by their owners, while two of tbe number, which were owned by the owner of tbe dog which had done tbe mischief, were brought. .to this city by that individual and Bold to unsuspecting parties. One of these was purchased by Tom Carrigan, who resides five nnd a half miles out from the city, on tbe Pigeon Roost road, and by him driven out to bis plnce s,cd turned into' a field with other stock. To whom tha other was sold we have been unable to leuru, but suffice it to sny that a day or two ago tbe one in the possession of Mr. Carrigan went mad, and was, with the greatest difficulty, killed before she had comma nicated the poison to tbe other stock in the fiold. It it possible that the missing cow may have been disposed of to tome of tho slaughter-houses about the city and io that event, she has probably ere this been brought into market, sold and eaten by parties here. Tbe name of the owner of the dog, or tbe ' dog by whom the other dog was owned, is Rfigao, and we respectfully turn him over to the proper authorities, feeling our otter ina bility to do bim justice. . - - I.aillea' Karaloa Trnnkat Uent'a Sole-Ialtaer Trnnka. r.-i KOBKSOX, fclVKKO CO., 73 - Malta Hlreal4 I'OLK i: ITEM. A lady' gold wathaws stole u from a room over 208 Front strer-t, yesterday. Tbe apartment was occupied by a demi rep, known as Eva Johnson, alias White. Tbe residence of W. G. Swan, corner of Fifth and Greenlaw si reels (Chelsea), was entered by thieves, Saturday night, aad provisions to tbe value of fifty dollars Stolen.. - Three arrets only were made by tKe police of the lower disiriot yesterday two negroes and one white man. Solomon McKinlry.'a negro, was ar rested by officer Slattery of the north ern distriot this morning, with a quan tity of vegetables, supposed to have been rien, in l:: possession. Three cases disposed ef io Police Court, ibis morning, netted eleven dol lar in fine. ..".' Msarus Clcs. Tbe member of Memphis Club are requested to attend a meeting this eventa.-, at eight o clock. By order of the Praido', Sot Hcaa. Matwry 4tmm mm Cila(r-la at as Main aire. eu-t ' Moit to Loaa. Call at Citiaens' Union Bank, corner of Maia and Jeffer son, 72 Mmmry la rallaSrala, at tot Hal- itffiL . -4 Firrx dotea hickory striped ahtrta at $6 per doaea, at Rice k Engel' a 1 1 jai gtKEX'S BinTniuy. t Its Celebration by llielinxllah 1 and Hofelt fcoolcileii nf .'leuiiiblM. T I II - I r . The Pleiistt and other 'iort I in belt? a. ' , ( i e ii. - i .. . , .. ; j Th Si. Georgo'a and St Andrew' so cieties turned out in full itumbor this Jiorning and paradod the streets, prior to roceuJiug lot ihe rnvttdr in Chelsea, where, as we go t nst, ay mini pmmc i taking place undi-r- llii ir au-pices. The procession wa foruit'J ul t'.e corner of Second and TJuiou streets, ia the fol- l.,t-'..a...i 1 ; - . . ! ; - . . - . -'at Marshal."- ' ' , ' '- .-' Band. ' ' ' u ' : ? f i--. ..-s,- .u l. t , ' : - - Members. ' '' ' ' ' , " ' ria.'" '-' Flas-. I Supported by two Highlanders. Aii't Marshal. Piper. A-a't Marshal OIBoers. , 1 ' f ' Crieket Clubs. -".' ..'.'.' U.B.FIog. ii j . Itarshsl. , Carriues. ; The procession in this order took np a line of march from Second sod Union at 9 o'clock a.m., down Second to Bunl, up Beal to Main, np Main to Overton, out Overton to Second,' up St-cond to Chel sea street, tbence to the gt ouuda Ills unnecessary tossy that the body prevented an imposing aipearunoe as it proceeded, ith banners and music, along the route. . Of tho proceedings on the grounds, whither hundred of those be longiug to either society repaired with the procession,', we shall have occasion to speak at greater length hereafter. Monkt TO Loan. Cell at Citizen' Union Bunk, corner of Main and Jeffer son. ,- 72 ! Rossiu,' DisPKARr. The favorable light in which tbi long established asy lum is regarded by those who have re ceived relief at the skillful Lands of Dr, Russell is the best attestation of all that is claimed for it, as a lying-in hospital. Tbe Doctor's treatment of sexual and chronic afflictions of tha most compli oated and aggravated character has been rewarded by an almost unprecedented success. He is, therefore, a safe and reliable custodian of the health of those who are suffering. The Djctor can.be consulted privately and free of charge between eight o'clock a.m. and eight p.m., at the dispensary, 40 and 42 North Court street, where rooms can also be secured by those desiring thnm. ; Five, BtJKDRED pairs of brown. linen drill pants, at $1 15 per pair, by Rice k Engel. . , . u 66t ! TDK A.i-lKTia. ThaAtlaatic, Eclec tic, Galaxy, Lippincott's, Putnam's, and the fashion magazines for June, are all at Emmons', 10 Jefferson and 393 Main; also the police papers, Clipper, New Tork Mercury, the Irish, German and French weeklies,' Scientific American, Round Table, and sixty other weeklies; the sensation book Mrs.- Keckley' "Behind the Scenes,'' the acting minor drama, all the- best modern novels, and the St Louis, Cincinnati, Chicago, Louis ville and New York daily papers- Saith rlbbonal ft ruth ribbons 1 all linden, elegant alylen, at L. Kra mer'. 1 . -,.-- 71 Temperance Lkctobb- A rare treat is anticipated by the friends of the tern perance cause in this city ia the lectures to be delivered by Mr. W. W. Carswell, at tbe Baptist Tabernacle, to-night and to-morrow night. The lecturer ia from the Dominion of Canada, and it spoken of in' the highest terms by those who have beard him at home. Tbe lectures will be free, and the public generally are invited to attend."'' - - I K : ' 1 1 ' , t Firb. Av small frame tenemeut on New Madison street, owned and occupied by a Mrs. Ford, was entirely destroyed by fire, between three and four o'clock yes terday momipg; and in the confusion attending the conflagration, Mrs. Ford barely escaped with her two children from the flames. Tbo bouse was valued at about $1500, and insured for $1000 in the Planters' Company of tbi oity. 1 1 T - '. SoMETiiixa Nkw " Annul, Gssi or Arabia." Am rial is a cheap Oriental perfume, apparently an cpaque stone, which imparts a delicious and lasting perfume by simply robbing it on the garments-. William D'Oench k Co., St. Louis, cole agents for -the West and South. "Amrinl is retailed at all drug stores. . t j Lace point 1 laeepolnlal from (250 to 8250 apiece, at I.. Kremer'n. 71 j Plaktkrs' Restaurant, 3.') Monro Street. This old and well-known es tablishment has been elegantly refitted. Our friend, Mr. R Bloch, is at the head of tire culinary department, and will give satisfaction Io his customers. Fine board for six dollars per week. Single meals, fifty cents Choicest wines, liquors and Cincinnati lager beer at the bar. : Dismtkes 4: Krllogo, it City Stables, 61 Monroe street, have oh hand for sale a good supply of sound young work orses; also, a few broke mules. Call ind examine their errck. 72 ' Old Hat made new. 34 Main st 71 j To tbc CiKjtsai Pcblic I maV no charges in State cases unlrss iroiccation is frivolons. Riratu Diilt, J. P., ti Odd Fellows' buildinfc. R. II. Gustos, Jnatice of the Peace, ha re-opened hi office at orcr of fV'a.hingtoa and Main streets, and will five prompt attention to all business in'rusted to htm. Tl Lai-s-ewt aad rheapeet awartaaaa of Liaaa riothlaar la taa atarkrt. KBI9w, EIB ( , T aMito Cawrl laare. Wood? Wood! Twelve hue ifd cords f seasoned wod on th riiT abor the itr, for sale for cab, r. nd rP'r, brick or a tit Itt. AiJreis, 1st tire (Jajs, Ptrt5c box 4S TJ - Jaa rived. a acw aapsly of apeeas, a bm-w art trie, at I U reaeer'a. .. . H, ' Film hundred pair jssat pant, aol( 4magd.at U pr doxtn, at R!q & , Engel's, 203 Main street t , . , t - 1,1 Goon article of bed ticking at 20a per yard, at Rice k Engjsl's, 203 Mala tt t HOST roRUET that ao'r aala at 'ot lor noota, Khar and llata, atllt o-tlssaaa at tbaold aland, tTv Mala atraat. t i.T.UlSIDUJA 1'9, -, Ltoni k Fit have removed to 223 Main treet Taylor t McKwen' old stand. ' ' " -4 'V 70; j 60 doz. beef toiik'iir nt 4 1- Te ffersoQ St. The Port of; Memphis. ' The rivtir .is kout ut k' stand, at lilt point and reported fulling ubove. ' ' . ' Tbe City of Cairo ia tU rsgular packet of the St Louis intil li e this evening,' Ctpt. Crane commaiidit.g and tbe polite Ed. Blenker at th desk. Capt. Haines lakes out tliif .evening, for Pine Bluff, Little Rick and Fort Smith, the fleet and favorite packet W. A. Caldwell, assisted by Mr. J, , W Chamber in the office. She Is in every respect a reliable oraft, and wall deservw ing the pitronage of Memphis shippers, 1 Special Notices. ; Pure Soda Water. We hare obtained, at treat axpenia. one of the Aneat and most ap proved OENKRATOR9 ever invented tor tha manufacture of Soda Water. It it connected with a cistern of pur raia wa'er; and as the process of its manufacture is constantly (oinf on, it is a! wan fresh, cool and pur. Give it a trial. WARD k LsllUERB, Dractists, Cor. Main and Adams streets, ' 79 . Opposite Worsham Heuse. Conjugal love, and th Happiness of 1 True Marriage. Busts foryonnt men, on tb Errors, Abuses end Diseases which destroy th Manly Powort and create impediment to ! MARRIAGE, with sun means of relief. Sent ' io sealed letter envelope free of chart. Ad- ' dress HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P., ' Philadelphia, P. 67-H4 ' Cough. Ho Cur, Ho Pay. Forxkst's Ju- . Kirta Xas is warranted to cure Couth, Croup, f Hoarseness, Throat and Lung Disease, or th prioa positively refunded Instantaneous re lief produced. Try it. If not satisfied, return -th empty bottles and tet your money back, . D. F. GOODYEAR, 310 Seoond street AgeoU PHi-eSS cnta. 4H-7:i . MISCELLANEOUS.' Total IaOflMms Paid, over 04,000,000 JSmt Aaaela, over . 14St,I5 41 APPLICATIONS 'FOR INSURANCK promptly atieuded to by . , II. P. BUTLER, Att-ent, Corner of Madisun and i'ront streets. ACCIDENT INSURANCE , '.' i - - IN. THE . . I i i i, . . .,. t ..- Original Travelers (The Pioneer Accident Company In America.) rTm.AVEt.ERS CAW PROCURE RHURT 1 TIME APCIDENT INSUKANCK Poll oiot without Medical Examination. I ' If. P. BITLtR, Geineral Aarenl, COR. Madison and front streets. MlHI-is C3r X - S I faav Jnot received a Inra;e Invoice - or Window Gins of every aia, ' " alao a lartja atock of Sasli, Doors & .Hinds, . .... n WHICH WILL BE SOLD CHEAP FOH OASIf, 341 -341 SECOND STREET, Uadsr GroenUw Oper Home. 0." QUACKENBUSH, Successor to JIcWILLIAMS k CO. . ",. la-ufi' Memphis Clubfllall, Cor. Heeond and I'nlon Sta. MBMBKRS)F AT10VECLVB ARK No tified that the Rooms A K K NOW OPEN. ' fartiia wtstnne to r.nt anove larseana com odious Ha I. tor Bills, Concerts, etc., ea reasonable terms, will arpty MJU. ilKSati, Sii ua'n street. By order of ft HENRY PFKPSEf.. P., Preet. ' 1? U H N I T u Xt 11 at auction: rpiIK 8TOCK Ok rURSrrVRK Or FLAH 1 JCKTY A WESCUE, At 7 Valoa Ktrl, will be sold positively, at AaPtion. MOXDAY, liyi5ih. - T1105. HAVFIELD, k : Jl . . Reoeiver. , HETWEEN market and WINCFIES ter stre.1, east of Third street. r k J .rn Mal and Cho Fed a war. o. hand aad lir.re.1 frM of ebirtr to any part at ib.ciiy, Alr$r YsPKw $ iikm The Southern Advertiser. , "SIn3tlcr bci 6ubcn - tErteelished ra lt) Le-dinj Organ of th German Popula- tioa of tb Soathwe!. LOUIS WCISZtXAS, ZiiUr aad rt'r 0rFICE-Coa-TniJtrrESm In Poatoffioa Baildict. at j pbla,Toa- IT Tiiiir1y I.T Trwit tkrrt 3i iLimi ft.. Miit vim aMm mrm aa tininai rKrtiarl l. Bake ta.a kwaal kssta n Uitks". Ini ia kis seea .1 ia oatry.. lo-f if ?