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SPECIAL CARDS. ' HERNANDO ' - INSURANCE COMPANY, No. n MRfilHoa Street." - TriTR Cmnenr 1j now dolataflanaral T.nn. raaoe Bn.lnius. lit ttook U owned by our elty marrhaRta and builnene nan. Its aim la to do set. mcai um-to me aiiraatave at bulb company ana uie roiicy llolder. I. B. WILLIAM50, rsldat. BEN. MAT, Secretary, Dillictrropni A. VACCARO. R. I!. Dl P. II.VllLlAMSOS.M. I.. M IIENR Yi.ATRT). B. McDj P. H. TOWVwFVn. IH'NWOMB. MKACHAM. cDAvrrr. FOR RENT. HOUHK FOR RKKT.-A NIW, MB AT t.o-atnry Brick sever! rooaia, innludin kitchen and servanta' rooni-rcorner Orleans ml Wa.lilnrlon strestst aelod nUtarart fin. n.irhhiiiboou. etc. H.di low. Apply on 'h. pri-tnl.a. .1 ; W IVOR RENT.-A 1IOITHH WITH FOUR 1 r rooms end kltchea.eonv.nLnt tubulates. 1'orpartloulfcS apply at S.1 TniS OFFICR. "i;OK KKNT OK Lh'ASK A Ba LOON TOR. I' beer aerden. ' A fine bou. and lot on the corner of Walker snd F'onl itreen, Fort Pl.karloa:, The hnua. ! liint flni.hed in Ih. beat itle. Connected with it Una trurdag. In a sp'endld state of cultivation, nued wl a vcgetaniet .r .very iltwription. For beamy, com fart and loca tion, it is everyinlur tbt could ha desired. The property Hcs Immedlatelv adjnloint th. celrhr.itcd Jncksnn uionnd, Jii't Sfn the head of President Island, fronting th rlvr, with b mo't beautiful view b"th of tb. rivor end ei'y 1 ad liiour. a imte below th. c ty, il elevation I. sow. thirty feet above It.- 11 ore la era', ohene. fr an Investment. Call toon, or you will lot. a bargain. . P-EARD A WOtT), W ' Boom 21. C.Bnaeroial Hotel. T" XIR RENT IIOI'RB NO. 117 POPLAR itre't, between Third and Fonrtb t con tains nli-a rnoma. R-nt reasonable. Inquire f J. II. LOKWErTSTINM A BROS., J31 Mam afreet. ' " - 84-t 'tak rknt-IK a oood NRiuHnoTT .T hood, a IloU'.eon'alninf elrtt room, ba aide. atorefoom, elnaeta, at.., with (ood 'table, wnod-eh.d, eovered chvern, amlaaardaa t Tesdy planted.' Alao, furniture and cat pets for aal. if desired. Inquire at 7f Nn. 66 PoyTOTOO PTRIRT. Tor rkht.-tWsiorr ATsiTpt'ii.in ln n JerTeron t"t, corner of tha a'l'y between Kacond and Third irroeta, fnuth lide, In for rant. Tha bnildlna i wall iluat.d tor a hoarding boat., and contains mffloient room', kiti-ben. .to., all la f& ordor. Alo. two Btotsi oB rth lid. ot the 'reot Ininiir. of , PKTKR BAN I. (IB-t ' '' g!V( Jefferfon trt IX)R- RBNT-A TWO-etOBf "'VraMR F Rc.idenoa, with a.T.n room., kitnh.n aad rTant'm.ui, lar. hwk yjrt. ood oiatara, et., tfaat'd Nm UK Mark! "AT,V"onSa. low, to a awod tenant. Apply at OITIUNV VVinV BAKK. oraf I'd M-rV.t at. 41-t WANTS. WAflT"T-0H BUNDtB ' WASHHR i orjr)iih-W'br etc. A.nP'y n Com mrra'al Hotri. f2-WI M . ALLEN. "ANTKD.-A GENTLKMAN WISHES fnrniabed toom, ahnrti ditlanoe from Court Sqoare. HferMM-o'y n a-roiirj. Addrr, .tet'ny rmrtiouluri, LOCK BOX W, f. it:, meirnnm. im.. WANTKD-A PAR TN KB. WITH A ?V email capitil, to nn in a luoraMra bu.inew. By a ppWiot at 255 Third itr. jt, from in to I? and 4nW. foil pflrtlfMitar f.n tenn. FOR SALE. FOR SALE SEVERAL; EXTBA JpLK jJlCKISSON.WlLLTAMSACO.. . 01 1 2?o Front atrcat. : fOR HAI.R-A BPKNDin PKCOMD-H AND Ji Letter PVw. will b. eold cheap. Apply at TMerronh "f oe. ' jsojRjomc BOARDINO.-MRS.IIARVTJT ISFORWS herfrrenda and former boardor that he hat tnk.n tha new brick home. No. 22 St. Martin atreet, near Bail, and fitted tip th. mime in txoellcnt etyle fnrarespcotahleUoard ina Houne. and intend' to keep her tabl.au n plitd with all the d.lioaoiea th. roarkf t affuraj. iKima: m Begnlar Boarders, per w.ek,-. 7 m ( Pay Hoardera. per week, r...M, J 'W Transient Boar Jer, per day,... a WJ - Single Meal,... .-....,; , 60 hours roa MKAta: , - Breakfaat,...-........rroro n to 8 a.m. 1 Dinner, -..front 12 to 2 p.m. ' -' tjupper, -..from OtoTp-m. INSURANCE COMEANI, OFFIOKi 16 Mitrllaoit Ntrert, Menuililw, Totin, ..... ... t CAPITAL TO K, t I t 300,000. Take Fire, Marine 4 Blvcr Klsks ,7-1 A r - v-- ''' vinecTORSi , W.B.GREENLAW,' JAMES ELIIKR, ;" ; OFFICKBIl i I .-. W. B. RFELAW, u....-.Pradd.Bj. : JAMKB KI.UER. ' ii' 6. P. READ. JJ,' U . I t U.Q .CJ O , StMUBJX U! i'onfertloncrl, lee"' Crenui, Kod Water, Slrawbci-rlea. rte., TVoi 10 Main". Street, CORNER ADAM3. 1 ' ' J ; CHOICEST CANDIK9 0 AtL 0ESCRTP tiooi. i.Terythiug of th.T.ry beat quality. I. ADITS SALOON TPTA1R. C'QXSIPIIK TOrit U PAIaTIf " the rixrxT rwisHEn ' BATHING 1JOAT OFWM. nrNPflAUSFy.pECEASFD. IS Main optn fr lb. a. f I.a.liea and Gen tlemea, or prirat. lainili.". The Boat lira At Foo ! Waalna;ata tr(. Refitted and fnrn'ahed with afl eomf -rta, there U not anothur Plac. in tk. City lik. -C rea-on ti-k.H. $li Private Bath, IOcj Basin Ha-ha. W. All in anarch of h'aithy rerrentioB aretnTiUd. KMlLlf HVSiHAt'ES. , ICd Prorrietritf. SEASONED LUMBER. 500,00 Ft. fiaaid rypr.. -LaiM. hrr 100.000 Ft.K'aaailp'arLaiaTabrrt HO.OOO hlel- T HAVE OS HAND A LAR3B STOCK OF A aaaaoaed CYPHER AND ronill Ll'MBKS PTNiJ BoAhnead CLEAR H'MBEK. and will ..II at liat rate. f..r ch. . ill ana L-nh Yard oa W-lf rirer. imm l 'e'y "" A lieyoa Hoao. (nij U. M. FA A Xbft. HElTIIE.f DAILY, .Tuaatloe of I'cooc, r.t.tOatlllMt'lEB "' Commlmioupro(Depla aMd F11oa BBUdtaaar. . C TJATI. aVrartT OaaataAK wUl h. (oaad at tb. aW. atoraw rOBUd.' LEDGER. OfBc. No. IB Mavatlsom MtrMt- LAECKST CITT" CICCIUTION tTHoGITY. MkiHFHlHl Friday KVMlaiv. It, !, XataoroUclaaJ ObaarraUaBa. airoariD it idwarb aoLDaMm.l , . ! Jan.UlML I ,' ThermoaneUr.... H RU I(roiuaUr--....--MM St. raj Jw T1J Vlnd-........,.M... P.W.. 8.W. B.K. Waath.r....... Claart Claar. Clear. Pittibdio and Kantucky coal and frtt Coke. , ; BrowH & Joueg, ofilce 292 Mftln treot, Betbell Hlotk. Laukdbt QrricB, 40 Jefferson it Arrival Bad Dtpartara ( Traiaa. magiisiprt abb tirinin utiaoiB. IfawOrlaanaaxDraM.lallT. 12 p.h. ailftr.ii. Parillaccoin'n,.x, Kunday, Ua l.M. 1:30 r.M. Jf'-iRhf, Xtartn. Alnnday, TueadaT and Fridar. 6ouih, Tueaday, Tbunday and Saturday i.ii r.K. t:30 a. v. aMmn a tir oa.aLaaTiiir BitLnAn. Throurh mail, daily 6:00 p.m. 12:411 P.M. Through .xpraea, daily 10:40 p.m. 11:3(1 p.m. Bomerrille ao. ear. Handay 1:25 A.M. MO P.M. Corinth ac., ear. Sunday, 8:W) a.m. Railroad time twenty minute, falter than aity iaaev a . i Offloa, No. 278 Main afreet, Bod at Depot. ' MtllrHI 1RD LODIBTII.I a BAILI01D. Day Kpreaa.....M I:1S.m. A.H. Niibt Eiyrenj .. S:15 r,ai, 4:ir.a. Baolmad lima la U mintttM ran tar than city time. Ticket oHio., No. W Main atraat. Da pot, head of Mail afreet. ITats Coil Com r ast. Boat PitUbnrg coal, wholeaale and retail. Wa weigh oa tho city icalet. Office, 22 Madison it. . L4K1.1IJB III BRIEF. ' ' ' Fine loaf sugar syrup at Fionie k Buckham a'. f -7-Tbe Chanocrjr, Circuit aad Crimioal Court were In session this Koroiog. Go to, Guest's, LToroaado road, for Tennessee itour. He sella cbcap. 93 The otal eclipse of the bob, oa the ltttb 6f August next, will be visible from ... r. - l-.A , Rain ta. very maeh needed ia many ectionsof tbe country. ' So say planters in tbe city this roornini. ( r r M ( ! -A party of fontlemen ii being mad np to attend tbe National Democratic Convention at New York. The Adams . street pavement has been ' Cn'sbed, and the pavers are at work on Main, helo,w Beal. , , fir x j :i " Out of 1889 emigrants who passed through ? Columbus, X)hio, laet., week, eighty-seven were en route for Tennes Bee. ; . ' ' : ' A reward of 15000 has been offered for the captnre, dead or alive, of Clarence Collier, the murderer of young Bethel ( . ... . . , , j 'A' musical' and literary entertain ment will be given this evening by the pupils of Mr. May's school, corner of Linden and Mulberry streets. Tbe Masons are making extensive arrangement for. tbe celebration of St. John's day. The picnio in the suburbs promises a be a grand, tnceass,. 0 c . A iittle negro was run over by a Poplar street car last evening; and one of bis feet badly crushed. He was cared for by Sergeant Rice, of the northern district police. ... Arranpem'ents' are being' made in several quarters to celebrate tbe forth coming 4ih of July.' A number of pio nics have been set for the day, and a river excursion is talked of. Morris Cohn, the lad who fell through the hatchway in Rice, Stix & Co.'s dry goods house yesterday, was regarded by bis attendants this morning as in a fair way of recovery. His injuries were altogether exteraal. : " y ' The race course to-morrow evening will be tbe scene of an exciting match game of ball between forty Indians, picked for their skin in the sport from the Choctaw and Chickasaw tribes. The game is advertised to commence promptly at four o'clock. ; . , . POLICE ITEMS. . j Noi an: arrest bad been made in the Northern district op to noon to-day. j Nine arrests were made by the police of the. lower J district yesterday; eight whites and one' negro. j Thirteen cases were disposed of. in Police 4Ourt this morning, and fifteen dollars collected iu fines. rt i 'A horse and bug?y belonging"' to'C.'W, Burnett was stolen last evening from is front of Moyer & Uedrick's claim agency office. . - ! " A room in tho Mosby Block was broken into last night, bn the thief was fright ened away by a private watchman be fore effecting his burglarious designs, j Henry Croll haviug procured a passage ticket to St. .Louis and deposited his bag gage on the Marble City list evening, came back on shore, got drunk, was picked up by the police antflodged in tb, statiooan th boat. mentimK yreBt off with the baggage aud left its owner behind,-; t COBCBBT AKD CoMMBIfCLlUST ElIB cisxs The young ladies of the Mem peisadies'Iostitul will give a grand raurl oaueert at tha Memphui Clnb Hall on 8atnrday evening next, to be followed by Jhs fg;'ar tpmmencemeBt exercises of tbe institution, at the same place, oa the Monday evening after. Those at landing the former are . respectfully in vited to be present at the latter. A rar mnsiciil (real, we ar Assured, Btj U expected: "The institatw has among its pupils some of lha sweetest of voice, and many highly cultivated iostrBaaent alistat' The programme of Asi evening will embrace selections from th widest ranre of popular aad clatate Baaaic . Tub .Vaiistii. Tha house at this popular resort last night wa large and entbusiaatie. The retora of Mis Vary Gardner, t few rectfl aad acecmplished rlanjeaae and vocalist, was hailed with every mark" of grattfioatioa. The other fsvorile of tha place th Florence Sla ters, M ile Henrietta and "atinaie Gray were likewise tbe recipient of frequent aBd repeated . A Capital bill roBiseJ lor this evening. EDICATIONAL. Coninipncement at the Slot ' Female College. . Oration by Col. I C. Ha j net ENsajfjoftlie Graiuates. ' Ills said that " knowledge is power," and within her ssppbir walls abonad gems richer, rarer and ior precioas than ever spa.-kled in the palaces Of old, oVglsaaoed in tha, coronets enoireling stcMatoba' brows. Education dek tb brow of genius with diadms, and in the magnificent inttitutions of science and th arts, like stars In the cloudless sky of night, illuminates the face with B brilliancy unrivaled and otherwise on known. , At ber shrin we would kneel with an idolatrous devotion, and ac knowledge her supremo goddess. From her jeweled hand she scatters sparkling diadems, worthy a golden setting in the dazzling trown which diffuses its efful gent rsys from the exalted station whue Genius waves bis glittering sceptre and holds his brilliant court. Under its lalil tnanio ' influence, "Error, wounded, rithesin pain," whilst Truth, newly bur nished, issues forth, gleaming like tho sun jn all his noon-tide glory- kTbese thoughts were suggested by tha final exercises at tbe Slate Femalo College, last evening, where beauty and intelli gence flashed from inoro than one score pair of sparkling eyes, rested like a thing divin upon as many faultless brows, aud beamed in tbe gladsome glances that sbone on tbe beautifal features of so many fair and lovely faces. The spa cious chapel was thronged to repletion with a roost brilliant and appreciative audience. About nine o'clock in- the evening a bright galaxy of girls, taste fully attired in white; came into the ohspela 'and moving dpwn to th froftt door, returned throbgh the center aisle tor tho "Beats reserved for them id front of Aba speaker's stand. After prayer by Rev. -Guilford Jones, Dr. Collins intro duced tho Hon. LaodorJ C Haynes, who delivered a most appropriate, and elo quent address, which was replete with wbplesome trntns ana souna aavice to the young ladies just about to enter the arena of life. , He was listened to most attentively and warmly applauded fhorughont the delivery of his address. This address was preluded by A very pretty maiourka by Uia Belle LiyncD, and; afterward Miseesi. Camming and Cooper, performed,' in- excellent style, "Hear me, Norma." i This was followed by tbe ; , SALUTATORY of Miss Julia Hudson, of Panola, Missis sippi, a very intelligent young lady, whose composition was well prepared, and contained some very fine thoughts. 4 Gold, the sweat of the poor, the blood of the brave," was the subject of Miss Sallie Alexander, of Marshall county, Mississippi, a most intelligent and beau tiful y6uog lady, who read her excel lently composed essay in a most credit able manner.- , t tj ; , " HB SWPS OP IXPf OTATIOIC was essayed by Miss Josie LV.Bettis, .of Greenwood, who read her composition in fine style. This was 'followed by "Home, sweet home," by Miss Anna Gillion, on the piano, which was finely performed. ..." ! "silsnt CITIBS. Miss Katie Booker, of Greeuwood, a young lady of pleasing and beantiful countenance, came forward and read a ell composed essay on tbi subject. . ' "A CROW! FOR TAB VICTOR." This subject was handled most suc cessfully by Miss Lacretia Cavaline, of Memphis, a bright little belle with a face beaming with vivacity and intelligence. " TRUMPS," j by Miss Bllen Cooper, of Memphis, a yonng lady of fine intelligence, was a composition characterized by many tine thought and pretty expressions. Tbi wss followed by MA Californienne," a musical composition by Miss Lou Lenow, which was excellently performed- ' '' Lire's joys are KLiaiiKo. "Mies Emily Cummings, a young lady of prepossessing appearance, was the aext sayist.'- She bandied her subject with inimitable ease and grace. j "HOKOR SOBS HOT ALWAYS CBOWB BCC- ,;,,-,,: .84. .: - . ' j Miss Anna M. Gillion, of Panolp, Miss.,. bright, and intelligent young lady, read splendid eomposition oa this subject, showing a mind given Id serious' thought and extensive observa tion. - ' " k-ISBI01f or. TBB DXW-DBOP, By Miss Mary F. Hill, of Greenwood, a modest and demaro yonng lady, which was read in a sweet and musical voict and evinced considerable merit. This was followed by th song, "Tbe Rose Will Cease to Blow," by Mia Lovie F. McEie, with Miss Simmons at the piano a 6ae performance, which was th reoi pient of bb encore. ' ' THB VOTAOB OP tirB. Mis Lob B. Lenow, a beautiful blonde, with a moat pleasing eoenuaance, es sayed upon this subject in a clear aad distinct voice and graceful manner. It was fall of bright thoaght and poetic fancies and evinced a high order of intellect ' ' ' "OPB LOST ATLABTIS" This was th interest!: theme (elected by Mi Lovi F. McKie, of Marshall couaty, Mississippi, from Be.on's alle gorical) fictioa, and was read in a distinct voice, anal with aa is toaatioa asere aa ical to s than aUigh bell by moon light. From th warm receajtioa h re ceived, h evideatlr had arydaiirers is th aadieoee. Viae Sallie Alexander and Mia Siamoaa performed " Witbia a mil of EdiBboro," which was ex- qnisitely rtadered. TaHBlcToal. Visa Bettia Irby, of Panola, Misn ap peared ia tha character of veledicMnaa aad ecqwitted hervelf admirably. "t farewell waa cbarectemed by a par simplicity; aid there wa a Btlva pathos and unaffected modesty, which won many h.art and drew tears from not a fw. Wbsn addrasing bar lit ter greduadts, b said, "No mom will w aisembl her. Never, again, maet at th festal board; sing the saasa song, or bow onrsalvt at th a ma altar. Farewell 1 to onr strolU aad to th old colleg ball, fair aehoelmate and class mntes, dear teachers and honored Presi dent, With a fond prayar for ach and all, farewell." After several pieoes of music most charmingly and exquisitely rendered by Mis Nora Bradford ad bb or two others, who were raptnroasly applauded, th President, Dr. Collins, in a few appropriate remarks presented the grad Batea with their diplomas t bow guer don of their ambition. Th beBdictioa then was pronounced and tb Aaanal Literary Festival of tha But Fmal College wa brought to close. W wish the young ladies long, happy and prosperous times, and the teacher long year of usefulness and honor, and now are ay, farewell '. MfCBAKits i AoaicDLTOBB. N bet ter evidence of an appreciation "by our planters of tho changed ooaditioe of things is afforded, than tha adoption by many of lubor-saviDg machinery, where by tbey are enabled to dispense, to a great extent, with the large and un wieldy forces heretofore required to work tbeir grounds and prepare their crops for tbe market. As attent'oa U gradually turned to tbe cultura of cereals and the abandonment of eotton, tbe demand for and use of agricultural machinery must increase, nntil finally our . farming people avail ' them selves of every appliaace 'cal culated to accomplish tbe greatest amount of work possible with tbe fewest possible number of hands. Tbe appara tus which does the work of a man on tbe farm, and yet requires 'neither tbe food or slothing of tho man, necessarily be comes a good instrument With th present disorganized aud unreliable sys lOW ttl newvr, IlKl v..ua ..van auaiaMM.. to mechanical labor, so far as it can be -t .. il. L r. .n.i effected, applies with even greater foroe, Every negro that can bo dispensed with, is just so much of an annoyance and incumbrance overcome. In tbe present scarcity of labor w see no other method,, in, short, of surmounting the difficulty ' and supplying tbe deficiency than by th adoption . of labor-saving machinery. Our attention was mora especially directed to this sub ject by a planter, residing just north of lb city, who, duriog the past two sea son, has turned bis attention almost x cluaively to grain railing, and ha in vested in agricultural machinery what he would otberwis have pnt in additional field hands. He has upon his plan what is known as Pitt's combined hors power, thresher and cleaner, and assnres as that the one apparatus, operated by a single hand, threshes, separates, fans and delivers his grain in sacks ready for the market, altogether free from " cheat " and light grain. He has also a recently patented reaper and mower. which Le has sufficiently tested to con vince him that it is aa economy and an indlspensible acquisition.- With but one man reqnired to drive, it cut the grain and rakes it off ia bundles ready for binding, and a ill tbns harvest from eight to twelve acres per day, whereas three acres by hand is fully an average day's work with the present class of laborers. With the aid of the two macbiaes hs es timates that he is able to cultivate and put ioto market his crop with Just one-half the force he would otherwise have required. . How long it will bo before others follow the example h has set, and onr planters generally- avail themselves of this means of getting along with fewer, bands and thereby overcome one of the greatest annoyances and draw backs sines the change in the labor sys tem of tbe South, remaias for time to dotermine. The more wide-awake and shrewder class of planters are already manifesting a disposition to give mechan ical farming a fair test ; and as they gtadually extend tbeir cultivation of grain they will find tbe greater need aad utility of maoliinery. " j Thb "Ot'nr'FoLU at Homk." At meeting of the "Old Folks at Home," ltit evoking; il was agreed to have an old time barbecue and picnic at Bart-, lett'a Station, oa the 23d of July next A motion was made and carried, that Hori.E M. Yerger be requested to de liver the aJdres of the occasion, and Messrs Avery, Worsham, Temple, Baugtj, and Winn were appointed a, committee to wait on him and ascertain hit willing ness to acquiesce with tha wishes of tha Association in' the matter. Power wss conferred on tbe President, t C, D. McLean, to appoint suitable committee to arrange for tbe barbecne aad picnic. M. C. Cayee, Esq , was appelated treas urer of the Association- Colonel Tom, Avery. oloael J.JL McMahaw, Colonel J. J. Worsham, E. J. Walton, E:q , and J K- B. L. Wins, E4. ware appointed a committee to draft resolutioa expressive of the 'Jeia of th " Old Tolka M eegard- og the decease of Colonel J. B. Mosely, one of their oldest companion and mem ber. ' Colonel MeMahoa placed hit office at the eTTic of th locieiy for iu next meeting, trbieh wa accepted. Cot J- J Worabam, J. K. B. L. Winn Eq John W. Taylor, Esq, 8. & A il liemsoe, Esq., . H. Mackhanaer, lwq-. Dr. Grant and Col. W. T. Avery were appelated a eeasevttee to report at th aext meeting a bob the mode of iavita- tioa, tha hedge, tneaBS of defraying ex peace, aad other arraagaaaeau iaci- deatal to tbe eelebraUow. Tha meeting then edjow-Bed to lb first Wednesday ia Jaly next. - Runrrs euitabl for hoy' wear, for men' wsar and cbildrea'a wear Very cheap at Men ken Broe'. ft Go to th Overvoa barber shop (or good bath. 'STRAW BONDS.' Peremptory Order Jattgo neevoav ' from JUftle fficlf. 4i Cm. Kwaened to appear ana Make ". their DonGevtML SkaMSBSiaBaaiAaaaaaaa " ( The following order wai issued by Judge Rseve prior to th adjenrnmeat or lb Circuit vourt last tvemog; Th Grand Jory of th Circuit Court, before their discharge at th present term, having filed th.tr report ia regard te the condition of the bonda oMhe county officer aad other, from wb'ob said re port it ppeara tbst tb bond of E. W. Wickersbam, Trustee for Shelby county, abd William MoLaan, State and Ceaoty Tas Collector, are each in ufficientin amount, and that tbe teenri ties tbereoa are not good for the amount, and thai aba bond of W. D. Pearne, Notary Public, is not good ; it it prdered that Botio issue iosianter requiring the said Wickersbam, McLean and Pearna to appear in thie Coart oo or before Sat Brday, tbe 27th inst , and execnte bonds in amounts to be fixed by this Court, with good and samcicBl security, or their said offices will be declared vacant The ErtscorAt, Saabat School Cbl bbbatioi. As a matter of no little inte rest to the hundreds, of boy eud girls who ar reader of the Lbduir,' we pre sent th following programme, arranged for tbe proposed celebration to-morrow, ' which i to be jointly participated ia by all tba Episcopal Sibbatb Schools of the city, an J in which it Is hoped and expected many of tbe young and old of Other deBomioatioo will take part:, , ( ' At 71 o'clock a.m., the different Sua-1 dsy Reboots will form as follows: ' Sunday School of St- Lazarus Church' will form' oa the south side' of Adams street,, east of .Seoond street, fronting west. i - Suoday School of the Church of the Good Shepherd, on the east side of Second street, north of Adams street, fronting south. - Sunday School of Greoe Church, on tha east side of Second street, south of Adams street, fronting north. ; ' Sunday School cf St. Mary'a Church, oa the west aide of Second atreet, north of Adams street, fronting south. , " Bundav 8cbool of Calvary Church, on th east side of Second street, south of Adams street, fronting north. .'. All the schools will torn ia columns of two abreast Services in Calvary Church at w 8 o clock am. " Tbe procession will then move in tbe following order, via: i , ; Band. ' ' - Grand Manhal. Aidi-J.ha Cubbina, Dr. A. il. Voorbici 1 Cirry. ' Bis h op. ' Alds-F. W. Smith, . Bayllts. ' . . Manner. Manaters, Matrons and Children of Church noma). Banner. - ' St. Tazarna Bandar Scheol. Asf'stant Marshals r. Ii. Allen, W. N. Pickett, tt. V. Hambaut, VT. K. W. Mitcu.ll, Dr. Paul H. Otey, Jamas W. SoaJ.a. - Banner, fflinrch of flood bbeuherd Sundav School Aiaiatant Hmhla Cbarlas Karr, W. B. Cot ton, Peter ttayer, J. V. Aiaiaouor, Wm. Crockett, Charles 0 berth. Banner, flrae. Church eundav Echo.!.- Asri'tant Marsha a-U. Lemon, W. B. Miller, Dr. tt. is. Maury, tbaries Kortrecnt, J, J. Freeman, . Y. Cirode, - Banner. St. Mary'a bunday Sehaol. ' ' Assistant Marakalt i. V. Treaevant, T. II Lamb, J. A. Hayes, Jr , II. Forrester, ' Dr. B. P. Green, T. M. B. Khett. . . Banner. . . -: fi.l.nr. BnndaT Rohool. Assistant Marah.U Thowaa K. bmitb, L. At. Waloott. LeTt Joy. A. v. Laontan, B.Bollin-, f. H. Howen. W.P. , Gray, Dr. A. K.lalor. - Grand Marshal to wear red scarf over white: Marshals Aids, white scarf; As aistant Marshall, blue. The column will move down Adams to Main: down Main to Vance, and thence to the grounds of F. W.; Smith, Esq-, wbicii have - been kindlv liven for tbe occaaion. Tbe Marshal's aid will meet him at Calvary church, at half past 7 o clock. - The Bishop will deliver an address on tbe ground, at 10 o clock a m. . W.H.' Bichabdsoii Host,"' .,.. Grand Marshal. We learn that cars have been kindly tendered by the President and Superin tendent of the city railroads to convey th children of the Sunday Schools, to be in the procession to-morrow, to the grounds of F. W." Smithy on Vnca street Tbe cars will be fonnd at the! corner of 8econd and Beal, at 9 o'clock Saturday morning. Tub "Mights Bowies' SguooL Exuim Tioi.-r-Ibe oppressively warrjs wuether notwithstanding to the contrary, the mu sical and dramatic treat served by the1 tntcrt-slihg pupils of the academy taught by the Misses Bowers and Prof. Seyfort, brought out very fair and highly culti vated audience at the Memphis Club Hall last evening, and held tbeir attention until near midnight But one complaint was whispered, that of the protracted in tervals between pieces. In every other respect we era assured the entertainment gave the .greatest satisfaction, and Was tha soarce of moch genuine enjoyment Tb musio of the eveatng was wall selected aad t'qually well reudercd. The duet, from Martha, executed on the piano by Prof. Seyfort and Miss Gertie Gist, wss a gem, and rc fleeted equal credit upea the instructor and bis fair pupil. . Tbe strain, from the opera of II Troratort, wit tang by Mist Annie White wi.h moch pathos and ft rare precision" in one so' young. Her voice i inexpretsably sweet, though it yet lack power to compaet ao large a hall, being at time entirely I oat to those fartheat removed from the stage. In the tot l from Lucretia Borgia ahe likewise ang with fine eff.ct, aad was rapturously applaaded. lb recitation ot th even ing, and ecMcialtythe "Battle of Ivry," by Matter Lowry Humes, and th "Mart with aoee," by Master Wood White, were Bi eipliooab'y well deeJaimed. Th peril, drama aad dialogue were eottea ap with a taste and presented with a dreaaaiio effect wa have eeld-wa lean eqaaled by school children. Tbe char acter were dressed with a correctness, aad ia maay tastaaeeea ricba tt ia tb orient ,1 scenes ia CiiuUi tU, for in stance which wa ecarcely to be looked for on each aa occasion. Ia short, there wa bo feature of the performance which did not approximate faullleeseeee and reflect lh Wheat credit apoa the teach er ajf the inaaiiBte, aa well aa the littl fo'k aadertbeir charge. 1 be aou-rtaio- m.at repeated would, we are coondent. draw evea a larger attendance than that af Ut eveninc- We are requested to ... . i i , a'ate that in aiiti.- arw aearr an any bhf auoo to Me. i. LumU. fc the is valuable aaautsace rendered them en this occasion. Itamphk aa Viewed by I Itrangtr. "Special," tha iprightly Southern eor respondent of th LaCroaie Democrat, writes that paper, trout this city as fol lows: 1 Th Memphians have given themselves up lo pleasure, . Pionie. balla, parti, flahlng excufsiont, boat races, etc, fill ach succeeding pause with joy. The varions orders, societies, and Sab btth Schools ' have' beer celebrating every day for two weeks. r - " - 'WOWABV Oh woman, whos. form and who., soul, A r. th. iif. and li hi of each path we port tie. Wh.' h.r aupa'd at th tiop a. ar cutll'd at th. If woman be tb., there U happins too. Memphis can point with just pride to ber beautiful, highly cultivated and in tellectual ladies, vho appear charmingly sweet in tbeir Bismarck walking suits, as their pretty faces durt fatal glances from under tbeir broad brimmed sea-side bate. Many Is tbe old bacb. who has felt sen sations of a most delightful character twinge .through tbe long eioce closed avenues of his dried up affections, as he has Bated with rapture upon tbe "cherry lips" of the perfection of physical And spiritual beauty delicately blended in tbe perfect moulded blonde, or felt the fire or tbe "passing pleasing eye ' oi ine raven-locked brunette. - PHYSHiexOair.-i fj" , " h there Butrtto gad ' Th. mind's .xpraatiun in the face 7" Ye. Pbysiocoomy is a true science. Tbe pbifosop'uer and th fool, the vir tuous man and the debaucher, each have written upon their features by na ture's own pen their respective charac ters. Colonel M C. Uallawav, the able editor of the Memphia Avalanche, is built upon tbe aogulur principle. Is : i . . it..... t.:..t.i . features strongly marked, high fu'rehead, high cheek boues, compressed lips, soft gray eyes, light brown hair, and a toag, high heed- ' Oombativcncss, destructive- ncss. comnanson and language, are all large,, which .enable, him to 'excel as a writer of withering invective and cutting sarcasm, t jaasatity tcSKl to tee omni eatiort render bint an original writer. ApDrobativencss.contcienliousoess.bnpe and friendship- impart to him unswerv ing devotion lo principle, rendanog bim bieh-minded, booorable -aad.t. withat, adorrred by the sjftost graces that cliog around the lenderest frit'odsbipv. Ha is aa hoeeet.true friend.asd by bis untiring energy and uncompromising hostility to tbe eoermei ot Constitutional liaerty be has placed bis paper in circulation and ability ons the firet fw thelaad.- ' Jebn R Frayser, M- Ubas and does now occupy a prominent part in -the hi tory of this city and State. Among tbe early settlers here his name has become inseparably linked with the history of lha State. He is a man of medium highs dark hair, dark eyes Is possessed of ft wiry brain and body. His large pefUc tlves, combined with 'hie quick percep tions, have conferred upon him such aa astonishing degree of success,- in the practice of his profession, that bis name has become a household word in the sunny Southland. - - v MAT. ,'', " But winter, lingerinf . chills the lap of May." Tbe clock has just struck eleven. Now the street of the city are silent, for tbe shades of night cover it with black wings. Now and then, only here and there, s beard the heavy tread of tbe night watch going hi ronnds, or the hurried atep of retreating conscious guilt, each ot winch, as they reverberate and echo" down the lanes and windings where a few moments before all was bustle .and , confualqn, utters withering satire upbq the pomp of busy man, warning tbe slumberers that they, too, ere long will join tbe innu merable caravan that has journeyed on to the gloomy and chilly crave, where "Silence, villainously still," sits en throned. . , Now, tb busy minutes, as they flit by, are fust digging the grave of the-dear month of May. The tiny seconds, a they glide by on noiseless wings, are hur riedly weaving the winding aheet of ber that will looa fie side by side with her sister months in the silent tomb of the "long, misty, forgotten past," to be joined by ' the cycles' of coming ages, that shall measure' the duration of all things terrestrial. . - Sriciau Bishop Quintaro His Reicrs ,io Hig Cbarob. Bishop Quintard, Bfshop of tbe Episcopal Diocese, pf Tennessee, who' has just returned from a prqtracted absence in Europe!, reached this city last, evening, and -was met at the Mem phis and Charleston depot by a delega tion of tho Clergy and, Urty, and es corted to his quarter-, at tbe residence of Mrs. A.' O., Harris, where tho en tire body of Episcopal clergy of Mem-, phis, and many of tbe church member?, were assembled to give him a cordial welcome. His appoiutments will be duly announced, eo as to ive-the publid an opportunity of hcaatng him. Tbe Bishop seems in. exceUont . health," .the effects of his trans-Atlantic tour hnvina evidently been beneficial to him, both! physically ana meulall.' Witn renewed, energy aud quickened zeal Le returns to. the renewal cf the arduous duties pf iiis holy 'office." ' " '" '"""t ArrRAY ok thb River. An affray occurred ou board, tho steamer Liberty No. 2, at an early hour this morning, between R. J. Sheridan, a" watchman on the beat, arid Dan. Shea, a hotel porter; growing ont of tbe' former attempting to) put Shea ashore. Blows were freely ex. changed, and Shea getting 'the worst of it had Sheridan arrested and brought before E-a KisreaB, by whom he was fined. '.; ". " i Col. FpLtfiiM.-of the Choctaw, Nation, has arrived in the city with forty Indian ball players, picked men of the Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations. Tbey have secured the race grounds, and will give a ball play to-morrow afternoon. Tbe gates will be open at three o clock ; game to comanewce at four-o'clock- 'Admission, fifty cents; children ha'f price.- KbmiabtA suitable fir boys' wear, fos men's wear aad. children' wear very cheap at Menken BW. ' ' ',' ; , 91 Emnobb A Sob received, yesterday the New York Ledgir, Chimney Corner, Weekly and .Monthly, Baener of Light, Boston Pilot, the Galaxy (for July, tbe Emerald, Nick Nax (for Jaly), Ladies' Friend, Godey't, Harper's Magaain (for Jaly, London Society (fjr June), Kelley'a Weekly. New York, Cincinnati. St Louis and Louuvule dailies received very day. DsKTigTBY ir. J. B. Wesson, dentist. can always be fonnd daring oEce hours at hie new dental rooaas, ever his whole sale drag emporium. No. SIS Main street. and ready to wait oa Ihoee who prefer his professional services (oaly). f FkriobaL Dr. George MoBrld Law rence, one of tbe most celebrated living physicians and cUirroy.-iu, and th dis coverer of that world-renowned remedy called the King of Pain, fchtch has mad bis same famous, n. makes no cautious inquiries of bis patients, but the instant he glances at ft diseased person, doscribes tbe disease entire, Into tbe most minute detail of very symptom, nod is many and rpatd instancss effects ft positive cure In five minutes. Let tbe most skep tical of our readers tall upon him at tha Central Hotel His professional talent are indorsed by the leading men of the country, pome of them occupying the very proudest pos'tions; none of whom, however, hive told lb half of bis cura tive powers. ' 1 98 . - hi . ii .. ii , i - A ldxcbt in the way of ft sbave can be had at tbe Eldorado saloon, 45 Jefferson street, at the reduced price of fifteen cents. None but first glass white barberB employed. .- .- -. 114 Losowortb'bNativi Wibis Goldbb Wbddino, Spabblibo Catawba, Stili Catawba, Etc. Tbe wines from' the Longworth vineyard and winehouae lav attained a world-wide celebrity for their exceHunoe. and in purity, fruity flavor and bouqeef, they are surpassed by none in the market, either native or foreign! Sold by A. Vacoaro A Co. and Forster, Kealhofer A Co- ' eod 160 rauth paid for one thonaanrl barrel of Iriwh potatoee, by Went, CoMn at Co., Mala .treet. ' ' . 8ovtbsis BoriL Rb-Ombsd Cor ner ifain and Beal Striels.Th'u house has bee refitted throughout The tabid will be supplied with the. bost the market affords. We pledge oureeJve to make our guests comfortable and at home. Good and pleasant rooms for boarder j. Pay board per . week, j;,'..Boar4 and Lodging per week, ft to $9 ; Transient guest's, per day, 12.'- ' "' "" ' 9(7 ;- s J. E STUfc-rpim. PopnJtor4 Heramasdo Koaad weoplo lerlU plsmao ssotleetkata, IhT.Clsieat, Jnat aoatta of Boattli atreet, keepx a roil anpply of fatally Broeerieav U or aroo4 juully, aad .aa cheap, II aet a ItUla etteap.r lliaa la the-city. . ,,7 .-v, 94 . " . - - Removal. Tha office of tbe Grover A Baker. Sewing Machine -Company has been removed to 325 Main street, over Messrs. Joyner, Lemon & Gales'.' 1 ? !, - .:.- . 1 . ,. , ..'1-..'! ' JTFSTHECEIVCa-Sfew mty lo hat, at AVofdy a Co.o, oppoalao Bbo Nqnarei. gn CfoLp pens reoiqted at 328 Main at.' t Fob tci days only, previous to re moving our retail stock,- we shall offer great bargains in dry good. ' - '1 i ' ' . , . RiRB,.Sm AVCa, y ' t; Z '. ' ' . " 307 Mio street ,.' Money to loan on eollaterala, at SOS Main atreet. . - ' : 1 -n: m 1 Diids, Leases, Bills of Lading, Dray Tickets, and ail kinds of Blanks for sain at this office. t ' Ae-Hrlent Inanranreat I.t Madiaonat. Hoaey to loan on Collateral at S3 Main atroea. ' - -t ' ' ; 1 1 (u-f .1 a OLd Hatb made new at 334 Main at. t Special Notices. ' - : rough. Ke Cure, Ifo Pay. FoasrsT's Ju iriPtt Tab Is warranted to cur. Couth, Croup, Hoarseness. Throat and Lung- Diseases, or the price positively refunded. Instantaneous rs Hef produced. Try it. If not tatitfled, return the empty bottles and ret your money back. D. F. GOODYEAB, 310 Seoond street, Agent. Prico, f 5 cents. ' - 8J-t Conjugal Love, and the 1 Happiness, ef Traa Marriage. fa-ays for young man, on the Errors, Abases and Diseases which destroy the Manly Powers and areata impedimenta t MARRIAGE, with sore means oi relief. Sont In sealed letter envelopes free of charge.' Ad dress HOWARD ASSOCIATION. Box P., Phllndr-lphia.Pi.. ffrUn1 Commercial Hotel reopened; Corner Jefferson and Front Sts. THIS WELL-KNOWN AND POPULAR Hotel has been rcfitludand newly furoUhrd thronsrhout, and will open on THURSDAY, nAKi'tl a, iw. tor the reoeption 01 a.eeui. Th. table will be s.rplted with the tmsit the market aff ords. The caterer, M;ij. WM. J. REYNOLDS, the well and favorably known a toward, formerly of tliia city, hut mora re cently of th. Exchange Hotel, of Richmond, Va.. will b. on hand, with a cor in of attentiv. wiii tern, to supply the inner man. We pledve ourselves to make our (jeta onmfortnbl. and at horn., and bar. tha Old Commercial aa-tin redeem ita character a an. ot th bMt Uot.li in thecity. t , . . 1 Behelnle of 1-rirea 1 .1 , , Day Board, per month &0 00 1 Board and Lo.lirr.R-. per week 11 W , Tranaient tjueata, r-r day 2 60 Cant. B. . CASTLEMAJi will b. found la th.Oilic.ataU tiiii-n. AI.LFX BROTHERS, 1 T9 ' 1 MianaiaTera). Overtoil Stables, ''No. 1C4 IMtain St,! OPPOSITE OTERTO HOTEL. ' . , , 5IAJ. F. 31. DeTA.SSA,r ' "R. M.' BAWLISGS, ', 54-80 Aaremtat and Manatrerta. Dissolution. THB COPARTJfKBStirp HERETOFOBA eiiathir aader 111. f'" naan. of Uatth.we A Alexander, waa diaaolred by eauta-U eeataat on tti. 8th Ui.U be firaa nam. will b. eve.4 only in Mttleauwit f tha busiaMa, k, e.th.r f th. Bran, who UauUV.ritfd to um the anMa . , R. O. MATTHEW'S.' J. C. ALLXAiiD. R, O. Vattrsws. A. B. Jcnaoa. T. 11. Je.aiiR. J. C. Attnicn. - )IATTIlEVvH, , JCDSON 4 CO.,, ccctasoaa vo MATTHEWS aft AlXAAKBEat. MA5CFACTTRKRS AOBWTS POP. THE .ale oi Aarutaltural lauolMeoU aad Ma- caicary. B Bem Rtrevt, Moaaphia. Teaa, Will keep eon.tantTy 6a Laavt fee aU LO W , FOR CASH, a fl 'UPVT ' Ak-nnKyal Im plmwi and M arhioe-y. r-wta l. a' d ."el -ary St-oa Knrinca ot ad rir. rVa-too ;t. , C'er-a C"i' Bi "tn . Mowm. Hon. Pwae aad Tareaa ar, V. chiaaa, atav -eB