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B. J. SEMMES & CO., PUBLIC LEDGEK. Offlcei No. IS Madiaon Htrsset. MEN'S AND BOYS 5 rivn r mi m v n v II. J. SEMMES. JNO. W. DAWSON i - ' 9 45 M AIN STREE T LABSE8T CITY ClKCPLATIQl & " IssSSFSfe"'" '. "". 53 """".IV 5 ge, eyfc.eA' OS jf r Kt- " b s a 5 j4iia8Kr-- a FORTUNE TELLING! Go to 03 Gayoso fHU, WHERE MADAME ANNA HAS COM- fortabla rooms, and will toll you the Pant, the Prmnt nnd the Fntnre. 44-t Arrival and Departure of Trains. IHBSISflFFI AND TKXSKSSRI lilLgfUD. ASR1TI. TrAT. New Orleans mall (daily), 2:15 p m. 11:40 a m. Kx press " 8:30 a.m. 41 p.m. Freight (except 6undny) 2:,5p.m. 4:55 a.m. Mull train makes direct connection lor New Orleans and all point South. Express train make direct connection for Cofleevil e Water Vallty. Oxford, Holly Springs, and all points North of Grenada on Mississippi Central roilroad. Ticket oflice. 2:1734 Main street, and at the depot. Omnibuses will call for passenger, and check bnggage in any part of the city by leav ing ordcrj at 237 X IV'nin. A. S. L1VERM0EE. Gen. Sup t. HIUPRia AND CHiLSSTn KAILtnin. Through mail, daily.. 2.20 r.M. 12.30 r.ar. Through expross, dail5(doea not erriveSunday or leave Saturday) 10:80 p.m. 11:30 F.H. Junction and Somerville ac, tare Sunday 8:10 a v. 6:30 p.m. Railroad time fifteen ntinntee taster than oiucfc'No, 278 Main street, and at Depot. A. A. BARNKS.G.T.A. MaupBia akd LoniBTii.i.a nAtLsoio. Par Express--. 1J:4'1MI. )0i.. Night Express 2:10 A.M. S 00 P.M. Railroad time is 15 minutes taster than city time. Ticket oflice, No. S"lA Main street. Do pot, head of Main street. J0SEgiSnp,t SELL HOWELL, Passenger Agent. Miuraia aid littli nocr. iitxboio. GoiKO WifT Leave Bopefield Monday. Wednesday and Friday, at 7:IS0 a.m., and arrive at Mudieon at l 0 clock p.m. Gomiko Kabt LeaveMadisonToeday,TbUTS dayand Saturday, at 7:30 a.m.: arrive at 11 orx-f.eld at 1 o'clock p.m., and Memphis at 1:30 P.m. Arrival and Departure of the Kaili from tba Mempb.il Poitoffice Bew Arranga- ment. M Posioppici, Mvmphts, TiiKh I Match 8, WW. J Arr. Cloe'f. hattanoosra, Richmond, Washington. New York, Haltiinor and all ritiel Kast and South : Colum bus, (la , and Montgom eiy, Ala.: all staliout on the Memphis and Charleston, Mississippi Contral, Mobile andOhio Nashville end I'w-atur, Nashville and Chstta noogaand EatTennea se railroads at.... 2.'0 p.m. 11.30 a.m. Ciiro, Chicago, tit. Louis, NhvillA, l,ouivilte, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Pittsburg, Philsdelphia, Buffalo, Albany, New York, and all cities North and West, at 12.40 p.m. 2 p.m. All stations on the Mem phis and Louisville rail road, and all branch railroads, at 2.30 a.m. i p.m. ' New Orleans, i3ntn Kouge and all cities South at..- ... S p.m. 10.45 a.m. All stations on the Missis- ' sippi and Tennessee, Hew Orleans and Jack son and Southern rail road at 3 p.m. 10:45 a.m. Memphis and Little hock Milroad, Little Hock, Madison (Sundays ex cepted), at - 0 p.m. 6 p.m. Morion, Wit'sburg and ClaiiMirne, ArR ttn weekly) MomUy, Wed- nasrlnv and fndav. at.. Pndaj 10 a.m. 11 a.m. II TO unwru miiu uruwin. M iss (semi - weekly) Monday and Kriday. at- Cubannd liinCreek.Tenn. (weekly) Friday, a'......- Litt'e Rock and Helena, and all landings en White river(semi-week-ly) Tuesday and Satur day, at.. ... Pine Muff and Helena and all landings on Arkan tu river (tri a eekly). Tuesday, Thursday and HaturJay, at......--. All landings on the Missis sippi river south (semi- 1 at U 1 U.L.Ii. 4 p.m. 10 a.m. 9 a.m. f p.m. 11a.m. 4 p.m. 9 a.m. 4 pm. weekly), luesduy and t,iturday, sUm All Inndinas on Missis sippi river north (semi wrekly, Monday and Thursday, at....... 9 a.m. 4 p.m. Sa.m S.30 p.m. ROrtT. C.UIST.P, .TnHPB P. Ft.vntt Clck. M. BY TELEGRAPH. Jf IDJVIfttIT DINPATrilEH. NEW TOKK. Niw York, Jane 1. The waiters in nearly all the principal hotels atrnck for higher wages thia morr.inp. Before the adjournment of the New School PreBbytcrian Assembly, yester day, the resolution censuring members of the church for visiting the theater and opera, and indulging in social dance and card playing, was referred to a special committee, to report to the Pittsburg Assembly. The Crst Sabbath in Jannary, 1370, was appointed as a day of prayer for the conversion of the world. The Presbytery of South Carolina was ( added to the Synod of Pennsylvania. In the Old School Presbyterian As sembly, tvday, resolutions deGning the policy toward the freedmen were adopted, except one in favor of employing minis ters connected with the Southern church, provided they be placed in some con nection with this Assembly, which was tabled. The report of the Committee oa Do mestic Missions was discussed and adopted, as were resolutions defining the policy on that suVject, for the ensuing year. Reiolutiona were also adopted commending the Diddle Memorial Insti tute at Charlotte, North Carolina, for the education of negro miuisters, to the lib erality of the church for an adequate en dowment; also, resolutions that the Committee oi Systematic Beneficence prepare to send to the Synods and Pres byteries the proportionate amounts to be raised, with the understanding that the fallowing be the general estimate: For eign Missions, $314,000; Domestic Mis sions, $250,000; Disabled Ministers' Fand. $ 10 000; Church Extension, f'iO, 0(10; Freodmen, fS5,0w; Edacation,t50,. COO. Total, f?73,000. 39-11(5 A resolution was adopted earnestly im pressing upon Ministers and Christian people the necessity of more strenuous efforts t prevent the desecration of the Sabbath. The report on Theological Seminaries was discussed at length, particularly the portion relating to the one at Danville, Kentucky. Rev. Dr. Yerdes was elected to fill the vacancy in the Board of Direc tors of the class of 1870, of that institu tion ; and Dr. West, of the class of 1371 The report was then adopted. Rev. Mr. McKnight made an address in favor of extending pecuniary aid to test the question arising in Kentucky courts, and whether the acts of Ecolesiastical courts are constitutional. A civil court had decided them unconstitutional, which decision was reversed by the United States Circuit Court, and the case had been appealed to the United States Su preme Court. The final adjournment is expected to-morrow evening. A serins of preambles were read regard ing a letter or proclamation, addressed by the Pope of Rome to all Protestants and Roman Catholics throughout the world, and resolutions adopted that a committee of three be appointed to co operate with a similar committee of the General Assembly, meeting in the Church of the Covenant, to appoint a committee who should prepare and publish a reply which might be regarded as an expression of the sentiments of the Presbyterian Church in the United States. , A report of the Rev. Mr. Biers, of the New School Assembly, was read, against the practice of divorce and parental in fanticide, so extensively spreading, and nrging that it be read in all churches ol the country. This was emphatically neg atived. A report was adopted regarding the abolition of any responses by audiences to reading from the pulpit, as ritualistic, and also of unitary. It was referred to the former deliverances on the subject Saiatoga, N. Y., June 1. The water ing season has fairly commenced. Rochester, June 1. Governor Hoff man has granted a reprieve for two weeks in the case of Measuer, sentenced to be hung on Friday. NEW ORLEANS. Naw ORMSaKs, June 1. The Presi dent of the Chamber of Commerce has rreeived a dispatch from the Secretary of War, stating that the views of the Government as to the importance of im proving the navigation at the mouth of the Mississippi river are in accordance with those of the Commercial Conven tion, and that the suggestions of the lat ter relative to the dredge-boat, now at work, will be complied with. The dis patch was ia response to the resolutions telegraphed by the President of the Con vention. The Crescent City slaughter-house company, nnder the presidency o( F. J. Pratt, and Superintendent O. P. .Griffin, inaugurated its new establishment to-day, and has already received two hundred head of cattle. This institution was chartered nnder an act of the recent Leg islature, providing for the removal of all slhughter houses from above the city water works. The new slaughter bouses are on the opposite side of th? river be low the city. WASHINGTON. Wasmkotom, June 1. The President has appointed Wm. A. Pile Governor of New Mexico. It has been erroneously staled that Sec retary Fish has effected an arrangement with the Spanish Secretary for Foreign Affairs, by which the Spanish Minister here has power to settle all ordinary questions arising between the .United States and Spain with reference to Cuba. The arrangements bstween the Minister and the Captain General of Cuba, by which certain classes of cases heretofore brought before the Captain General, will be adjudicated at Washington through the Spanish Minister. The Public Debt statement has been delayed until to-morrow, owing to the fact that all the accounts here have not yet been properly prepared. The opin ion prevails at the Treasury Department that the statement will show a large re duction, though it is not positively cer tain that the decrease will be $10,000,- 000. It will also exhibit heavy coin and currency balances. A proclamation has just been signed, and will be duly promulgated for the public sale of lands, numbering about 2,500,000 acres, to take place at Denver City on the 13ih of September. Washisotok, June 1. J. B. Guthrie, a prominent clerk in the office of the Secretary of the Treasury, has resigned. The receipts of internal revenue from all sources yesterday were f 2.8CC.000. Richard II. Curry has been appointed Registrar of the Land Office at New Orleans. KAN. SAN. Liatiicworth, June 1. Abont twenty white persons have been killed by the In dians in Western Kansas during the past week. The murders have been commit ted by roving bands, no large bodies having been heard of, and the massacres have been the result of guerrilla fighting rather than of a general Indian war. The scene of operations have extended from the Republican and Solomon rivers to tbe end of the Kansas Pacific railroad. The settlements in that pirt of tbe State are scattered and very much exposed. General Schofield has only a email num ber of troops at hie disposal, but is makiog the best nse he can of them. General Harvey has organized to wm I anies of scouts for which General Scho field will furnish arms. There are now in the field fonr United States surveying parties, all without military protection Two of these parties are north of Fort Hays, and between Forts Hays and Lamed, and the other sixty miles west of Fort Hays. This is the most exposed part of the State, and fears are felt for the safely of the surveyors. The Timet and Conservative has news of an attack on the settlements along the Saline river west of the Solomon, in which one woman was killed', one boy wounded, and three children kidnapped Tbe soldiers are in pursuit of the Indians. 1ST. LOUIS. St. Louis, June 1. A dispatch from Toneka. Kansas, says tbe Sheriff of Saline county reports thirteen men, women and children killed in that county by the Indians, and thai as many more are supposed to have been carried off. Tbe women who are taken off suffer worse than death. The settlers in Saline county are coming eastward for protection. A correspondent says that it the Quaker agents do not hurry up, the poor, inno cent savages will destroy all the frontier settlements of Kansas and Colorado. FOREIGN. Losdos, Jane 1. Nearly all the jour nals have articles to-day on the presenta tion of the address of Motley, and dis cuss the probable future between Great Britain and the United States. Tbe Times, after contrasting Sumner's speech in the Senate with Motley lan guage yesterday, hopes the peaceful ten dency of the latter is a real and practical introduction of the intention of his gov eminent, and says that, setting aside all controversies, Great Britain cflVra Mot lev hearty welcome. The limes is assured that both the Government and the people of the nation will reciprocate his friendly expressions. Madrid, June 1. It is reported that the Republican members will not oppose the final votes in the Cortes, on the ques tion of the future form of government for Spain, bnt will unanimously refuse to subscribe to the oath prescribed by tbe new Constitution. SAN FRANCISCO. Sah FftASCisco, June 1. General Geo. H. Thomas and staff arrived last night, after traveling seven days and ten hours from New York. They express them selves satisfied with the management of the railroad. ItATANA. Havaka, June 1. Thomas H. Nelson, the American Minister to Mexico, ar rived yesterday on his way to Vera Crnr. HOUSEKEEPERS! . HOUSEKEEPERS! Men, Women and Children Men, Women and Children ! READREAD. Cooling to Scalds and Burns." " Soothing to all painful wounds, Ac." "Healing to all bores. Ulcers, Ac" Iff COSTAR'S' lil'CKTIKM SALVE Is the most extraordinary sitva ever known. Its power of Soothing and Healing for all Cuts, Bums. Itruisee. Sores, Ulcers. Chapped Hands and Skin, lor Sore Nipple., for Piles, Ac, Ae., is without a parallel. Una person says of it, I won d not be without a box in mv house if it cost 15, or I had to travel all the way to New l ork for it. i cw i ork hventng A rj- Irtllfcer 5. All UruggisU in MEMPHIS sell iU "COSTAR'S" Standard Preparations All BIB BEAUTIFIER! THl Bitter Sweet and Orange Bloasoma. One Bottle, ZI OO-Tbree for $2 00. BIS " Costar's "Rat and Roach Exterminators. Costar s " Bed sag titer minators. Costar's" (only purei Insect Powder. " All Irurxists ia MEM PHIS sell them " Address. " COSTAK," lUCrosbyst., N. Y. Or John P. lienry. successor to I)euiaaMarnM A Co., 21 Park Row.N.Y. m. u. n a n u m B WJ.. . W.JON ICS A CO., MANSFIKLH A I1K1BFK. 10-t Wholesale Aeenu. Memphis. Tenn. TRUST SALES. TRUSTER'S SALE Or STORK-HOUS'j A. eUltt Ul IB VUV IUeVU, X CUU. g. Will QO HON DAT, J CSC 7, Ift6, Fxrose to rnblic sale to the highest hi ,Mv to said town, the store house and lot Ij'ng on the north side of the Public Sqnare u( said town, which Wso. Hamilton formerly Vwned. The nouse is one ol toe unest ana of it constructed in West Tennessee; the upper story being built for a dwelling, having en ell with three (.1) rooms running back. If, gather with srjod well, stables and garden. The house end lot eon jn.uai oigniecn Booths age. but will ge very rhesp now, owing t the scarcity of money. Term of sale: One third of the purcbeee mo ney ia cash : the remsinder oa a credit of nine and etgieea monms, ia eoaal paymenu. ftoree with two good Hour. ties will be required from the purchaser, and a lein retained on tha nroi, arty to secure Ue payment of pun-hve money. . W. A. AKCHtK, 7fr.0 Trustee ef Kb, Hamilton. T'KI MTKK'M KAsMU-I PURSUANCE 'of a deed of trust made and exeeaied to see as t'uitaa by Joba C. Laoier, of the county of Shelby and State of Tennessee, which la or record in the Register's ouicaof the said eouaty of bbelby end State aloresnid. in Record Hook Ne. 4 J. p., e. S.4 and JTi. to secure rertain debts and liabilitiee therein mentioned aid eartieolarly described in said trust deed, and especially to pay 08 jadgmeut rendered in the Chancery C'oort of Memphis, the 1st day of Iieeember, l-, in the case of Thaddeas Norm and others vs. John C. Lanier and his samritiee, named In said trust dead; I shall proceed as trustee to eell oa the 1st day of J nly negt, en the premises, the following eewnbed tract of land, lying ahat eae aad oee half miles east of the oeal.ro! theeityof Memphis, ehelby eounty. Tennnsis. .a the south aide of L'nia avenue, aod kaowa as the home place or resider.ro of the parte of the first part, con taining about acres, tbe boandsrios 01 which are marked by the picket fence serroendiag it. Said tract of leads will be divided into lots of convenient aed suitable sisa. Tersns of sale: One-faarth cash) aaleaoeea a eredit of four, eiihtaad toi SBoatha, with ttitorast front date, taking the parehaaer's notee aad tract deed tAsararetkopaFsaenteftboaaaBe. Koeity of re.teoii.tioa ia waived, aad the uue ol the parrhaseg will be arMoisla. JOUHP.IREZ1VANT. M-K Irwste. PRINTING. GOOD WORK-CASH PRICES! Punctuality Before All Things! WHITMORE k 00., Proprietors of THE rtJBLIC LEDGER 8 T E A II JOB PRINTING HOUSE No. M Madison Street HAVINO NOW IN FULL ARB COM plete operation the Book and Job Departments f this EXTENSIVE ESTABLISHMENT, we take this mode of oalling the attention of our aatroaa and friends, aad the public gene rally, o our NEW Steam Arrangements. This alloc. Is now the LARGEST And Best Appointed IN THE- SOUTHWEST, And roily eannl to env In the R.st aa verarda Its facilities for executing. Printing of every variety and ia any oolor. ill Kinds of Work Executed, Iitber la Plain or Ornamental Type, Plain niaok. Colored Inks, 00LD LXA7 AKD BROHZXS, Inevery manner kaowa to the profession, at - noma ana anroaa BOOKS Affl PAMP1TXETS Frintnd with new typelatest styles. Ornamental, Plain and Faney HteamboHt Prlntlntr Ia a manner unsurpassable. CONSTITUTIONS Printed in elegant style. Vnr large assortment of type for BH0W BILLS AND P0STEK8 Is not sxoelled la tbe United States, 1 LARGE PICTORIALS Can he as readily and sheaply done at this office aa tbey are ia the JUst, aad In as HAN1JNOMK HTYIiK, We have Ia our offioe the IynrAjot HIe Presses" Now in nse, together with HTEAM JOHII ICItH, Which enables as to print CARDS AND miX-HEAD WITH ORXAT CIL1RITT. We have a 6PLFNBID ASSORTMENT of small Plain and fancy Jeb Letters, suitable for F I IV 12 WORK. Enslnm Cards and Clrenlan In the Best Stjle, with suitaWe engrav ings representing business. Dirr.oM..Hi Foe Schools aad CoDs rea. Printed Bqnal to Co pperpU . Partlesjlar atieatlea given A Steamboat & Railroad P rl ntlnfr f Plain aad ea- Wort, done with diss atokw SUMMER WINES WHISKIES: clarets, Y A N N I S S E E, 0ALIF0MIA (WHITE)' WESTMORELAND, Robertson County, BOURBON, PURE RYE, AND A VARIETY OB" OTU ER GRADES OF WHISKEY FOR COUNTRY TRADE. BANKING. M W CO tn M H Fm O w H CO n X01 t-. Ph ' s 4 cj P . J S 3 O m m UQ , M tn V H J - a . wS S H M e, m S-H -n Q aa 3 O P- a. S3 pa o a w a a w Ft -1 tn as I CO W S! co n pq EH 1 1 w9 101 COTTON FACTORS. OWEN, McNl'TT & CO., Cotton and Tobacco Factors RECEIVING, F0BWABDIHO AND General Commission Merchants, LIE BLOCK, UNION STREET, - - MEMPHIS. TENN. T All Cotton. Tobacco or other Produce consigned to ns insnred, unlets otherwise in structed. Bagging, Rope and othor Suppliee urnisbed at tbe lowest market price. Ill VI PATENT PUMP. A.m BALDING'S noUBLEftACTIKG KFRMERGED FORCE VUMV, PAtcntcd Angnst 8, 1S63. If ANT TnOUSAND OF TIIEM T!AVt 114 nu i.iou uuriu. m, .'-" J, : and have proved a psrfeot suocess, as thou sands of eertificates eould be produced : but 1 ueem 11 unnecessary, as lum rump for iuelf and prove all its qualities on exatnin- "'ius a Pump which is ultimately destined to suiierocde all other Pumps now in nse. lor these simple facte I First, the cylinder is made i ' . . . .j ; j..uM.Ji .ill last 01 soua nini iihnsou mii.im.'j. -- - or.e hundred years, and still be good aa ever. Mecond, it will never give any ou ,i-,- water, or rust it. Third, it will never wear out, so as to put the working part out or order. Fourth, the Plunger working in glass, wil. last as long as five in Iron er wood. '"J. the valves are made or glass, and are so placed that it is impossible for them to get out of order. Sixth, the conducting pipe is manufactured ot wrought iron, galvanised inside and out, making it perfectly free from rut. Bcventb, ne weter stands in tbe pipe to get warm in summer er freese in winter, and i requires ino priming to start it. Eighth, H is the hestl bend fire engine ever Invented. It will force the water from any common well or eistern to the top of the highe.t dwelling, at the rate ol t.enty gallons per minute. iSmth, its whole eenstrnetion is so simple and eomplete that rendere it less liable Im get out of order than any pump yet invrnted, arid makes it the cheapest on the continent. W htn a lU qual ities are fully understood no one will be with out it. It will save its ee-t in insurance, and many times save valuable property. Having established a factory in the city of Memphis. Tenn.. f..r the ma- nfacture of these Pumps, we are now prepared to furnish them, at wholesale or retail, to all parties engaged or wishing to engage in the buaineea. Prlcea for Ittln Fwcnp. fempletet For Pump 1 feet long. $1 M Pjr J - " " 1 40 " " 30 0W and fifty oents per foot for every additional loot. aasTAeenls wanted for this Pamp, either to fcnv eounty rishts and sell the Pumps, on which a "oral di count will be given to the whole sale trade, ted no charge fur the right of tem- WAli orders for this Put !rn addreeaed 59-61 No. 0 Jefferson st,, Memphis. CATAWBA (WHITE) Concord RedJ. To Whom It may Concern. TANNISSKE WHISKEY ! HAVING LEARNED T1TAT PAR ties in Louisville, Cincinnati and this city pretend to sell the " Yanniisee" Whiskey, we hereby give notice that we will bring stilt for dnmages against any RESPONS1HLK party we may discover attempting to sell this brand of W hiskey, and will publish them as selling a bPl -RIOUS article. We have had the sole nse and oontrol of the " Yannissee brand for nearly twenty years, and none is gecuine without our brand on the barrel. kkmmf.'' M" 3154 Necoud Htroet, TRANSPORTATION. Qixiclx Time East. Lonlsvlllc Bonte Always Ahead. BPRINQ KCUEDCLE, COMMENCING MAT 2, 1869. ROTJBLE DAII-TTHKOron TRAINS WILL RCK AS FOLLOWS OS TBI Memphis & Louisville E. B. Line. LeaveMemphis(city time) 3:45 a.m. 2:45 p.m. LeaveMemphistRd. time) 4:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. Morning train from Memphis does not ru on (Sunday. LeavoiMeuiphi(Rd. time) 5:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m. Arrive at Nanhvllle ...... 11:45 p.m. 6:30 a m. Sleeping cars on evening train from Memphis to Louisville and Memphis to Nashville. Throng-h Tickets, at Betlneed Battas, Can be pronnred at the Company's Office, 237H Main street, and at Depot, head ot Main street. - Baggage Checked at depot, or by the Memphis City Transfer Company, at Hotels, private residences, or on board boats, to all principal points East and North. Telegtap h Office in Ticket Office, 23? Main street. SUM. B. JONES, Superintendent. BELL II DWELL. Passenger Agent. 62-t Memphis and Arkansas Elver Packet Company. TRI.WIEKLY V. 8. MA II, LINE. V'ISITOR.STO Tn CELEBRATED HOT V Springa ol Arkansas will find this a very pleasant rorrte. The boats are new, the tables good and el aterooms clean. Passengars are landed at Li ttle Rock in time to take the stsgia for Hot Sptings on the1 third morning from Memphis. The elegan t passenger boats of this line leave Memphis for Little Rock, as follows : TlfOMAM H. ALLEN, REESE PHI TCIIARD .........Master, Tuesdays, at 5 o'clock p.m: W . A. CALIlWKIX, R. L. HA IN KN -..-.Master, Thursdays, at 6 o'clock p.m. StZAUU, II. BLASDELf,, ....Master. Saturdays, at 6 o'olock p.m, Making direct connection at Little Rock, for Fort Smith, with the following boats that leave Little liock Tuesdays, .Fridays and Sundays, at 10 o'clock: a.m. FORT GIUMON. JOHN W001BURN ..Master. AM Kit KAN, LEVI CHAPMAN Master. VAN BtlRKlV, JA3. BOWLIN ....Master. Thus making three trips a week from Little Kin k to Kurt Smith, and connecting at fort Smith with tiio steamer FORT H.niTH, ED. NOWLAND - -.. For Fort Qibson. Master, Through Mils of lading given for freight to and from New Origins. Memphis, St. Louis, Louisville and Cincinnati. K. eights delivered at destination, at all stages of tbe river, without storing or other delay. Any persons desiring to ship by this line from the North. Kitst or West to oov point on the Arkansas river, should have their gindscon signod tn "Memphis and Arkiinsas River Picket Company," at Memphis (ollico !VA Frniit street. Mob by Block). J hose shipping Iri'iu New Orleans should consign to "Mem phis and Arkansas River Packet Company," Napoleun. J0TIN D. ADAMS. PresidenL T. A. KKNl'Ki, Agent. 75 t Oflice. I'M Front street. Mo by Block. MISCELLANEOUS. i) it. isuns:li.'m Dispensary and Infirmary, MEMPHIS, n:IVKNNEE. DR. RUSf ELL'S DISPENSARY AND Infirmary, the largest and oldest institu tion of the kind in the Sentbwest, established in 159, pleasnntly located at Nos. 40 and 42 North side -f Court Square, Memphis. Tennes see, is open for the reception of patients desir ing treatment and thecomlortsof a home while receiving the same. Patients also treated at the office or by letter, if desired. Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Uont, Paralysis, Deafuess, Fits, Consumption, Syphilis, Skin Diseases, Spermatorrhea, I ni no ten or, and all tbe diseases arising from tbe indiscretion of youth permanently cured. Also, Chronic Dis eases in all their forms effectually cured at the above named institution. R. RUSSELL, Consulting Physician. f Treatire on Chronio Diseases fornishe . free on application. A. E. FRAN ELAND, GENGRATi Auction House, No. I07 Main Street. Anrllnti rinloaof nllrlnese of srooda dally. 4'anols:ne sinl Idlest. Acronnl Nnlea rrntlered Imme diately ssrirr astl. flnldeMir anlra amended t wills panrtnnllly sasid dlspalrta. A.. WALLACE, The OLD MEMPHIS AUCTIONEER, will be found at this II nuse, at leading to his business, and glad to see bis Irieods. WConiignmenut of goods alwavs in store. A. iv. FRANKLAND. K5-80 General Auctioneer. JATAftVIANSI! Wiiat Is It?Vhcre Is It? SPALDINO'S JATAMANSI HAIR RK genarator is a sure cure for bald u ess, and is warranted to restore gray hair to its original color; prevents tbe hair from falling off. and removes dandmfl: is a speedy and effectual cure for nervous headache, r1. Spal ding A Co , Proprietors, Evaasville Chemical Works. ssr WASSON. FMFLSER A CO., SI? Mala street, Utneral Agents fr Memphis. I7-9-2S BRANDIES: i. Ji & d Ulilli'sf fljlj Pinet Castillon & Co.! OTARD, DDPDY.fi CO, ; JAMES HENNESSY j -AND- ' VIRGINIA PEACH AND A. P P X. IE . PUBLIC DIRECTORY. BBURY CUAPKL (M KTHODIST). COR. L Hernando and Linden streets. BOWMAN. C. 11., MACHINIST AND Scale Factory, 2ii2'-J Main atroet. Special attention given to repairing scales. ItH MLAPP, VANO ANDKHtiON, ATTOR O neys-at-Law, 11 Madison street. Memphis. flALVARY CHUR0U (EPISCOPAL), OORj L Second and Adams sts., Rev. Dr. White. C1ENTRAL MKTHODIST CHURCH, 1711 J Union street, Rev. W. M. Patlerson.pastor, flHRlSTlAN CHURCH, COR. LINDEN J and Mulberry streets, Rev. Dr. Caskey. CONtRKtATIONAL UNION CHURCH, Union street, bet. Third and Desoto. PONURKUATION BEN KM Ki ll (ISttA- yj r. li l it), cor. Beoona ana Monroe sts. pUMBKRLAND P R US B YTKIU AN vuurou, xuurij bus vri, ptjcnpii mntl IDlrtl D ICKINSON, WILLIAMS CO. COTTON rectors. iiu rront street. FISHER. AM IS A CO.. MARBLK-WORKtl and Dram Pipe, cor. Adams and Second sts. UIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. SKCOWD r St.. near Adams, Rev. A. B. Miller. DURST METHODIST CHURCH. 6KC0M I street, near Poplar. PIK8T PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, CO K. RACE CHURCH (EPISCOPAL), HKh pnnqp wssi, oe. roniotoo ana Vanco. T KVKTT. J. S., CO.. BOOTS. SHOES I Jand alters, cor. Union and Main. 63-t M EM PHIS A CHARLESTON RAILUOAU vjnrg. m, main st, uetlioll oock. M EM PHIS A OHIO RAILROAD DEPOT. PICKET. ED. BURKE. ATTOKNKV AT Law and Solicitor In Bankruptcy. Olline, No. 5 Conrthonse. oor. Union and Second sts. POLICE COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. No. i'A Madison street. 0ST0FFiCK, COR. JEFFKKSON AND j.uirtA BtrwM. iv. sj. uibi. rosrmaKtor. R OYSTER. TRKZEVANT A CO.. AUO- umiwrn, a(o oeconu iiroei. RUSSELL'S PRIVATE MKDICAL Did pensarv. 40 and ii Norti, itnti .treat OCHABEL A CO., DEALKKS IN STiTvKst Li T MSiaM Clva tm.m U.Mant. ntvt U.! . a. ... t, res oi UI eati op, IV I Bllirjia, JTIHin H' rvrvlT OCRUOOS A DUNCAN, AfTOKNKVS-AT-C? Law. 19 Madison St., Memphis. Tenn. , SKMME8. B. J. ft CO., priRiTwiNKs; Whiskies ar-d Brandies, 2M Second slreot. SECOND FKKSUy'iliKf AN cor. Main and Beat streets. 'CHURCH, SOUTHERN LIFEINHIIK Nt!K COM P'Y, 17 Madlsnn street. F. M. White. President. ajT. PETER'S CHURCH (CATHOLIC), COR. iiiaipB snu xnirq sireem. ST. MARY'S HERMAN CHURCH (OATH. OLIO, cor. Market aad Third streets. CT. LAZARUS CHURCH (EPISCOPAL), O Madison street, east of Third. T. MARY'S CHURCH (EPISCOPAL), 7 Poplar street near Alabama. ritRADEBS. COTTON FACTOKS. NO. 324 Front street. (12 f XITBITMORS A CO.. STEAM JOB PR1N. VV tc tcrs. 11 Mndlson street. II E 31 1 IV G TO IN S FIUS AltX.t. Hold hj the Trstde tJcnrrstlly. A Liberal Discount to Dealers. 800,000 Fnrnlalied II. B. CJoTernment. Army, Nary. Belt, Police and Pocket F ovel vcrs; Repeating and Vest Pocket Pistols and Rifle Canes, using Metallic Cartridge. Ureeuu loading and Revolving Rifles. REMINOTON A NOIVN, Host, Mr? Turk. 1-t The Southern Advertiser. "Singer be Sfibciti' Established In 1858. C Leadinu OrRan of the German Popula tion of the Southwest. LOUIS WTJNDEBMAir, Editor and Frop'r OFFICEr-Coa. Thisd aud Jirrsssog in, In Poatoffloe Bsilding, Memphis, Tenn.' ITS eiceadiagly large circulation thrtoth ont the city and State offers business men an steel lent opportunity to make their business known to the thousands of Hermans living in his section of the count? Ivr V. ULAHHICU Ac CO.. Manufacturers of aad dealers in GUN8, RIFLES, PISTOLS, AmmanltloBS assd .Hakera Ma ' trrlala, lo. 250 Vain st, ander Odd Fellows' Hall, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. r Repairing done and warranted. 149-71 V. K. CHAVEK'M Photograph Gallery, No. Ot) Main Street, (CLARK'S MARBLE BLOCK.) r.NPHia 12- TEXKrjiftr.E. To Whom It may Concern. A LL PERSONS ARK WARNEDAOAINST . I r . . 1 , r. a ir . . n V .nit .11 ma.u - .4 - 1 and parable to tbe order of M.liter A Tearae) th.ir aeenu nr aasigaees, as consideration ef same has failed. - JOS, SRLIQMAN, i ! f ? 4