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JOHN LILLY, DEALXE IK Staple and Fancy Groceries, WIN EN, LKICOR. CIGARS, ETC., ; JMO. Bl MAIN HTHK.KT, JAMES B. COOK, Architect,. No. 38 Madison Street. Conic to a Shoe Store Tor Shoes! WK ARK NOW RECEIVING SUPPLIES daily of Spring , Boots, Shoes and Gaitors, Comprising a fall Mid eomplote lim from the substantial through all irrados nd qunlities.up tn what nor colored friends eall Da Lusion Bend Gaiter." J. 8. LEVETT A CO., , Jl-J Comer Union and Main streets. Havana Cigars! Partnara, Up m an, Oarollna, Ksoopclou, Kotya. del lley, Flfiraro, RECEIVED MONTHLT. AlBOlhe largest and finest Block of real Mtrncbaam Pipes In tne eity. GEO. J- GRAYHER, - Mid Penbodr Hotel JlKr (atiantls. -6ti-t Y SUPPLY OP Partagas, Cabanas, and Chesapeake, i FOR JUNK. RECEIVED. GEO. I ORATSER, Overton and Peabody Clgmv HERNANDO INSURANCE COMPANY, Ko. IT Madison Street. . tn nnnr nrTWH A OHTf. y our eity. mereow- the ad- TsntWlH? the" Comply and tk. Policy .Holder. ..,,. ul a m a w. Neerewry m! jEli'oNiat-n SWy. DIHKCTOBHi &' .YaVj.. 'A INS. M. L. MEACHAM, N. FOB 1 VirY. R. MnT) AVITT. MA' II tl. TOWSSBND. Mo06 e So McMahon, mi it rn a wn in TTWTflW -ii-ERcnANT ."'""'"v .1; hini iYl atreet. ia th . lhe timei 0, eompetont made, at rices to i in. , h ( , 0, ,,. Mil Atriiai-iAnftfld men . u . , r , UivYtheaTa eall and Jee .or y.u,.., 57-1(17 FOR IgEliwT. T low rates, in n exce'li" . for a family srocery. rw N fift-t fin . is nri la Monrne treei. 1KICK W V'oek.' t inn HI 8 93 Hentai ana uoueciinn n For Eent. A LA ROB FBONT ROOM IN PUBLIC A l.nnnaB Building, auitable for cotton or any kind of buaintei. Apply in Counting Jtnnm. 2 T . FOR SALE. RHAI.F-A KO. 1 FAMILY H.ORSE- I . ,h.t I ea.n racommend, ana anirroci away ana name... ."" i ' i, 8'2-t flwman Nutmnal Bink. " " - , . w . dtTV UU 1 VVI N. JAneUglbiepewln Calvary Church. An- il r tn 8H-X5 TAMF8 E.TKMPLK. fOR BALE.-1 HAVE A KPI. UNDID buiigy and aavddle hor.e, in ..TJ? r.n tx aeen at Joe iw,nrrfr'atabaraain. Can k. aeen at, Balia-maa,'. ,uble. 44 UnlJnfT0RE. ...a. " IS MadiBonetreet IOR SALE, BXCHAJNUB VB. a 1 plaoe lour mile, out on the Hernando road, containing twelve and a half acre, good land. 5l"mproTed t new houae. JX,? hou.e, .moke-houae. oorn-arib, eamM houe, wagon ahelter. rtc, all near; fine young or ehard. raapberri... atrawberrtMi and grape. . Cue clover lot. grew lot, garaWn, etc.. two enlendid ci.torn. aad horne-pond; o'j n eaiv terms, together with hay. kiufcen ana f.r.u" g U.n.!l.. or exchanged for eity Pjrop- er'rented to a good 'oV,r?MO J"! t'lTW' Trai.TO l.trnoaaeffi. BOARDING. "XJ5NTRAL HOTEL. Tlrd.with lodging, redueed atter thelrtof June, (lentl.m.n and 0,ii"S' ..:kntrbl,rorBoTdthv LOST. CAFE KEY.- LOST. A . DAY OR TWO J nne. an iron jr, --r-m -- -.-. . i -1 ..I a.h.n n. the ana. A " tle reward will ba paid any one leaving ?,t i Main tr. STRAYED OR STOLEN. OOfi nf. REWARD.-FOfl THE RB-Oa).'-'' eovery off tuy blooded ay mare, febe ia 1; 'A hand, biah i fary.an old; heavy mane s h a white .pot in for. head, which fa "bi aien by rai.mg hn for.Lop. bh. baa r..Vh .hod. Aay one raturnina aaid mare Wyth.. Vr giviag any informaUoa ot the (aae, will r.iv. the above ''15-1II)URA WT, 90 Hickory Wylhe. fayette co.. Tena. CLOSINO OUT SALE of UltNITUHE. TWILL OTtTB FROM TIJI3 DATI. AT T Nival aal. till H ia eloed out, my entire X Prlv.! i . n, f treat 1.1 VnT.. !.. d...rmind toeb.ra. Ku.in.-a. Parron. winii.g to r.rrn... w 6n,Mt " tbeif Intere-t to bay now. .. 1 . ih.ll . un.al "j.-j ., yTm Bto.V ' iv O X I O E T8 HKRKBY GIVEN TO 'POLICY nOLD. .h.n'iVi". In-urVnc; .VTr--t C.mp.ny will . r Jl a?tCo. t th. People'. Company, al JJM7 Prer,tU,i4lntndTnutCo. GERMAN NATIONAL BANK Of Mom plils. DI HECTORS: LnillSITAWATTER.nfScaoolfleldABaBauer. M. L. MRACIIAM, ol Meacham ft Treadwall. R. P. W A f.T. nf R. P. Walt ft Co. A. I.. TT ARRI4. of Ilarrli. Cochran A Co. J. C. NEELY. of Brook., NeelyACo. D. P. I1ADDKN, of David P. Iladdan ft Co. J. P. IIOI'KMANN, of Mitchell, Hoffmann 4 Co. OFFICERS! LOU IN HANAUER, President. M. L. M EACH AM, Vlee President. MARTIN GRIFFIN, Cashier. II. E. GARTH, Ass't, Cannier. Transact! a general Banking and Exchange business. ; Foreign exchange for iale on all principal rifles nf Fnrnna. Tl-t Seir-ltisiugr Flour. THIS FLOUR. HERETOFORE MANIT factured by ui and known aa morgan t, will hereafter be called ' Oliver, finale k Pa 'a Oninfr Mar. VVI B HI" iu.-Q PRICE REDUCED I Same kind u heretofore prepared ,now marked jfamiiy: - Six tonnd packages $ Twelve poand package...- Twenty-four pound package...... J Half barrel.....-...........- j Barrel We have beon induced te pnt up onr line i r. i I. i i e a ... .nnl t K a Oliver moon oraau oi uuur w 9vv wanta of many of our customers, who wish tne "soow-whito" britad. Put up in fame lite packages and mori.ed "till ?er Mooa ;" o! j i rn Twelve pound packages J Jjjj Twenty-lour poana paoaane...... ..- v Forty-eight pound package. - 4 uu r.ir I 7 7ft Barrel.... .............. It 00 TT.-.I j;B.ui.inr . til. frnyla M Arnhant. Will tiiAiuta rnnnrt to iia At once, .took on hand. For iale by all retail groeera, and at lame pnoe we retail it. OLIVER. PINKIE ft CO., L 8Cf 281 Main -treet. PUBLIC LEDGER. Office. No. 13 Madiaon Street. uueEST cm cibciution MUMPUIHi Txraday ETOnlngf. June 8. IHgB." THE CITY. Pittsbubo and Cannel coal and gas coke. Brown Jones, office Bain at Rntiinll Block. t News la Brief. General William Wallace has gone to Nanhville. Drs. Irwin and Knode, and General Gordon Granger, of Memphis, are at Hot Springs. Mr. J. B. Chandler, of the New Orleans Picayune, was in the city yesterday, on a trip North for the summer. ndnry Hill, the snpposed murderer of Mr. Priestlie, on the Horn Lake roea, was arrested yesterday, and lodged in the southern station-house. Mr. B. Boiling, a well-known citieon, fnrmerlv as Alderman, left the city last Sunday on a trip to Europe, to be gone several moaths. We wish him a safe, prosperous trip. Mr. V. Conlev. aeent of B. F. Whit mnn'a onera.which is coming here shortly to play a week, is in the city, making the necessary arrangements for their appear ance. He is at the Peabody. General 8. D. Woakley, of Florence, Alabama, and Holmes Colbert, Colbert rOvier and Lewis Downing, citiaens of the Ch.,?!MBW Nation, who hare been to Washington V re 61 lne a7- ar. T-l MSlell. Of thlS CitT. brother of Miss Maggie .Mitchell, the ac . . a riianatnb Teo'Jerday an nouncing that his mother died Sunday morning in New York. Tl,.u hnnrlrorl and fiftv dollars In cor' rency were stolen from Mr. J. W. Jordan, .t 70 Real street resterday. He left the money in his coat pocket in bis office, and returned in a short time to discover that it was taken. Wa noticed last evening several per sons admiring an elegant turnout driveo by a gentleman of taste in such things, known as tlx " Southern Pianist," and in response to aa inquiry, heard some one say the horse and fcuggy came from the establishment of A. Block, at No. 63 JJoion street. PetBctives McCune and Connel', charged with committing an outrage nnon a mackerel, namely, hanging him np by the thumbs to mate him "squeal,'' that is, reveal the place where stolen property was concealed, were not noti fied that Judge Hunter had issued a warrant for their arrest in time for trial yesterday. Tbe case is set for two o'clock to-day. ifr Tl A. Brower aai Colonel J. M. Kellar, of the Avalanche, and Mr. J. M. TToatlnff. of the Avveal. are in Nashville, attending the Southwestern Press Con vsotioa. The offioers for tbe ensuing year, elected yesterday, are: President, John P. Jones, of the Nashville Union and American; Vice Prasident, J. M. ir.atinff. of the Memphis Appeal t Setra- tary and Treasurer, George E. Parvis, r ik h'aahville Banner: hxecutive Pnmmittee. Colonel A. J. Kellar, Mem phis Avalanche, Albert Boborts, JJash- ville Conner, and George E. Uresnam, of the Treet an J JVmr. Th Odd" Fellows' rjicnio will lake place to-morrow, at Central Park, under the auipices of Both Lodge No. 1. The fraternity is noted for always getting up nice entertainments of whatever charac ter thev mav choose, and this will, doubt less, be one of the most cheery, sociable, movable reunions that has been held this spring. The order in this city repre- ants eood standing in society, wealth and intelligence, and we are glad to see that it is ia a highly proaperous coadi- tion, with flattering pro.pects of future growth, good works and expended liooor, all ville. Cincinnati and Louisville, in all of which places he was at one time !a;e ;iy connected with the theatrical Imsi uneis. attempted suicide in the city of Hu UDtl- ville on the 30tb of April. He Cred a pistol shot aimed at his heart which i pro- duced a ehastlv wound, but which did not prove fatal till Thursday night la when he died at Hontsville. During the Tears 18G4-8 Mr. Flynn ran theaters at one and the same time in Cincinnati, Louisville and Nashville, and at ene time was worth one hundred thousand dollars; but he invested money reckless ly, like most men who acquire it sudden ly, and lost it all. He gradually sank and lost nntil he became a bar-keeper at Huntsville. His suicide was caused by drink, and that induced by pecuniary embarrassments. Tbe Criminal Court, Judge G. W. Reeves, presiding, was engaged all day veBterdav in clearinz the criminal docket. Considerable time was occupied in a dis cussion as to the propriety of trying tne case of State vs. Henry Woods, Aaron Calico and Steve Torrenoe, colored, who stand indicted for breaking into the bouse of T. A. Alexander. Eid . and attempting to murder his family, and afterward set ting fire to tbe house. The argument was upon motion to obtain a teverance and continuance until next term, which was atronelv resisted by the Attorney Gene ral, but the court finally granted the mo tion upon defendants making amdavit ai to the materiality of certain witnesses etc., and caused the case to be set for trial on the second day of the criminal side of the September term, 18G8. This docket being disposed of the court re turned to tbe civil docket CoiiPLBTf Dbuo Stobb. Morrison & Ellis, at 192 Main streot, have a complete and beautiful stock of fresh drugs, em bracing every article usually found in their line: also, a fine variety of fancy and toilet articles. Call and see. Job Locei. 23GJ Main street, has re ceived Peterson's Magazine for July and Ballou's; also, Days' Doings, Sporting Timea. Harner's Weekly. New lork Mercury. New York Weekly, Frank Les lie, the Bazar, Waverley, Wilkes' Spirit, and nnmerous other weeklies and dailies fmin avsrvwherfi : also, base and band halls on hand. Call on Joe. Bemem ber 236J Main street, near corner of Jef ferson and Main. Come one, come all, Hot Springs. The first namber of tbe Hot Springs (Ark.) Ceurfsr.edited by James D. Hous ton, has reached us. It is more than np to onr expectations. Is large, well printed, newsy, and, unlike many country papers,is full of locai news. The Cbtrer has a business, come-to-stay kind of air, and we wish it ereat success and pros neritv. People who bave frienda at Hot Springs or think of going there them- anlvea would do well to send for tbe Uou tier. We dace it upon our exchange list with pleasure, and from time to time will give extracts and items of gossip that will be interesting to onr Memphis readers. Deliberate, Unprovoked Mnrder A well-known character named Mike Maloney, who was dismissed from Fire Comnanv No. 1. three months ago for trying to kill the Captain, got drunk yesterday, and about eight o clock in tbe evening, coming across a quiet old negro sitting down on Commerce street, between Main and Third, deliberately put a pistol to the back of the old man s bead and blew his brains out, and made his escape. As far as could be known it was a wan ion. willful wurdsr. He has killed one or two men before. Ilenrr Farmer's Concert. We are pleased to learn that the charm ing concert of Mr. Henry Farmer, given last Friday night, will be repeated next Friday night at the New Memphis The ater. The nrogramme will be entirely new, atjd will embrace the choicest gems from tbe cjsU pelpDratea operas, miss nneres. who captivated every bearer, will assist in this delightful affair, and will sine several choice English ballads. Wa can Dromlifl the public a lull house of refined, elegant people, ft4 ") lovers of mmic as a fine art and a divine bless ing, a rare feast Noticb to Ladies.. Sharp k Butt have discovered the famous Kallopidzein, which will at once remove all freckles, emotions, sun burn, tan and other dis eoioriag of the skin, if applied according In direction. The JaJres would do well tn visit this elegant and neat drig store, kept by these polite gentlemen, at 69 Adams street- a Tn-uoBBOW the grand annnal picnio of the Odd Fellows takes plape at Central Park. Trains leave the Charleston depot for the grounds at half past eight, ten and half-past one o'clock. This will be one of the finest arranged affairs of the season. Sun copy. Notice to Gektlimh'. Sharp 4 Butt, at 69 Adams street, have the best selec tion of dregs to be found In the eity, These gentlemen sell their famous dis covery, the Kallopidzein, which is used by a great many gentlemen on their faces aftpr shaving. This preparation gives a most pleasant and happy glow to the face after the beard nas been taken off. Let all examine for themselves. Vabietieb Tbsateb Manager Broom till kstferiB al firat-olass combination of the very best artists in tbe varieties line, and srives a first-class show. The singing and dancing, and negro delineations are all highly attractive, and tho bouse is nightly well filled. Mr. Broom, who has hn.t. nf frienda. wa learn, will take a grand benefit next Friday night, when mm thine- extra will be DUt Oil the boards. A fine bill to-night, 8. G. Babbotjb, tbe strawberry man, can be found daily at tbe southeast cor ner of the Beal street market, with rasp berries fresh from bis small fruit garden Manager Flvnn, well known in Nas 1ZCITEHEHT AI LAFAYETTE. A Colored Stabbing- AflrnT-Mnecie TerBOB a Barlow Halle. The quiet little town of Lafiyetle, on the Memphis and Charleston railroad, ... the scene last a.turday o. con. oe a- ble commotion on aocount of a disturb- ance among the colored population, which almost and may yet result fatally. A considerable crowd gathered on tnat day for some Durocse. and among them a couple of bullies, who eaeh claim the championship of that region. To test each others' muscle and bottom they en gaged in wrestling and very rough scuffling, in which both of them became excited and somewhat dam' .... . aged. Their mutual friends ana ea rn irers gathered aroond, and were noisy in the expressions of encouragement and satisfaction. Finally the bullies ad journed, and took a drink of the fierce fluid known to them as whisky. Une of them named Wade was disposed te play quits. He was tired of the rsugh fun and declined to take any more " in his'n." The other one, urged by the boisterous crowd, was aot satisfied, and made for Wade. Wade bad taken out a barlow knife and was quietly whitUing. When his ' antagonist struck him he resented it in wrath, and struck the over-anxious challenger a heavy blow, at tbe same time inflicting a severe wonnd with the barlow. The blade passed between two ribs in the man's side, and he had to be helped off the field. This created much confusion, and a general free fight could have been started at small expense. By the inter ference of citizens, however, even this was nrevented. and Wade, tbe owner of tbe barlow, was afterwards lodged in the calaboose. Tbe preliminary examination took nlace yesterday before a Justice of tbe Peace, and bronght together a consider able crowd of all colors. It appears tbe negro stabbed is in a bad state, and his recovery is not near as certain as a war with England, or the establishment of ao empire between now and Christmss. Ilence Wade was held to give bail in tbe sum of two thousand dollars for his ap pearance for trial at Somerville. It is not likely that be can give snob a heavy amount. He is, no doubt, before this time marching over to Somerville jaiL He is a carpenter by trade, which may, in some degree, account for the skillful use he made of his barlow. This affair, which may not seem worth so much space, shows how well the negroes are behaving and how apt tbey are in imitat ing the whites, at least in anything base COLORED TBA0EDY, A Hoose-breafcer Killed After a Desi perate Struggle. Last night, abont ten o'clock, a negro named Alec. Smith reported at the Southern atationbouse that he had shot and killed a robber at his bouse, on Robeson street, near by Elmwood Ceme tery. The statement which he made ia substantially as follows: About eight o'clock, two negroes, who live somewhere in the vicinity, named William Kennedy and Cbarles Slider, knocked at Smith s door, and demanded admission. Smith was suspicions tbat something was wrnnir. and hesitated to comply. Ken nedv croceeded to break down the door, and rushed In, with carbine In hand, and demanded Smiths money an article which he keeps in small quantities at certain business seasons. Smith and his 'ather rushed on Kennedy to put him out of the house Kennedy drew a knife in tbe scuffl?, and Smith, wresting the car bine (torn bis hand, shot bim through tbe heart, killing bim instantly. Slider, tbe companion of Kennedy, made dis escape. Another report is. that tbey all lived in th uma house, and that this was the culmination of a standing family qaar rel. The Coroner went out this morning to hold an inquest. Remnants of calicoes cheap, at J. H T oawenstine & Bro.a'. 231 Main St 90 - r- t Get your F. Y. shirts and furnishing goods direct of the manufacturers, Wig irans & Thorn, 233 Clay Building. GO-t w , Qna entire gtock of parasols at greatly reduced prices. M. Kbaus c Lo., 60 t vor- Main and Adams streets. Yard-wide bleached domestic, 12 Jc per yard. M. Kbaus & Co., 80-t Corner Main and Adams. Remnants of pants stuff cheap, at J H. Loewonstine ft Bro.s', Clay Building. Ahotheb large lot alWinen towels, J-.. rv. tl 50 tier dozen. M. Kbaus & Cq., 80-t Corner Main and Adams, Atj entire fresh, sppply of groceries of rery kind, just received, at J. pevoto'e, everT corner Third and Adams streets. loG T.iniia' corsets, tl. worth tl 50. M. Kbaus & Co., cor Main and Adams. Oppositioe Still Ahead. Are you going out on any of the railroads? If so, fc to Joe Locke's news stand, Ho. 23CJ Main street, or 339 Second street, leave your call for the omnibus, and save twenty-Gve cents, as this is tbe only line that transfers baggage free of charge, g Keck ft Bbo. Advertise your business in Ledoeb directory, first page. t Oh thousand men's and boys' straw hats, to be closed out at once various kinds. Your choice for 60 cents. M. Kbaus ft Co., cor. Main and Adams. Large lines of jaconets, nainsooks, Swisses, elysians for waists, ladies' and children's skirtings, from New York auc tions, at great bargains. M. Kbaus ft Co., cor. Main and Adams. "E. F. B. is highly recommended by the profession here.'' C P. MOBQAED, 3i-t Editor Chronicle, (Miss.) Ol Hats made new at 364 Main it. t H ena uh la and Relma Railroad, We have not heard much of (his en terprise of late at this end of tbe pro posed line, but learn that General For rest is vigorously at work on tbe other end. ' He did not, perhaps, receive the encouragement from Shelby connly he expected, and viewing matters from. 8tand.point he bai 0M whe,e . . he can do better for himself. From th movements in Mississippi, it is likely that the road will be soon bnilt from Columbus to Selma. From the Culum bus Index of tbe Stb we give some facts which may be of interest to our business men. An election is to be held in Lowndes county the 5th of July, to de cide whether the county shall subscribe $150,000 to tbe proposed railroad. (Jen. Forrest promises to spend every dollar in the connly, and intends to commence operations from Columbus, going toward Selma, by the 1st of September. As soon as he can build the road from Columbus to tbe Alabama line and build five miles into the State of Alabama he will get eighty thousand dollars for that five miles and sixteen thousand dollars for every mile built afterward. This will enable him to push tbe road rapidly to ward Eutaw, Alabama, whilst he is, at the same time, pushing to Columbus from where he is now at work. This will en able him to have his road running at an early day from Selma to Columbus, tap- cing tbe Meridian and Will s Valley rail road at Eutaw (to be finished this year). and opening a line to tbe coal and iron beds of Alabama, aad giving Columbus direct communication with Savannah. Tbe completion of tbia road will cause the president and directors of tbe Griffin and Newman (Georgia) railroad to construct their road, now running thirty miles, to Ely ton, Alabama, thence to Columbus, and, probably, thence to tbe Mississippi river. Columbus is nearly on an air line with Eiyton and Newman, Georgia, and a road through these places will pass for over one hundred miles through the richest coal and iron beds in the world, without any exception. General Forrest has at this time over two hundred hands at work at Marion, Alabama, coming this way, fifteen miles of road with cars run ning upon it, twelve miles of iron to extend it twenty-seven miles, sixteen thonsand dollars a mile Alabama State aid, and county and town subscriptions along the entire line in Alabama. The railroad may therefore be considered a certainty, and General Forrest expects to bring into tne conntry at once several thousand laborers from the Pacific road now about to be discharged. All this is very nice for C-olnmhns. which is one of the oeslest and most en- lemming inland cities in the South, hnt where does Memphis come in for some of tbat chicken pie T It looks very much as if Memnhls would be permitted to take a seat at the second table, and al lowed the felicity of providing ber own rations, . , . Grand Simi-Aksdal Cleabiho Sale. We Bhall during the month of June sell our entire stock of summer goods at greatly reduced prices; and, therefore, eall the attention of the publio to notice the prices given of a few of the articles. Through the prices we wish to impress on tbe minds of tbe public cur detenu- nation not to carry over any summer goods, and shall offer tbe greatest bar gains in order to reduce the same Our stock is large, and must be reduced. Wholesale as well as retail buyers will find it to their interest to examine our tock. M. Kbaus & Co., 80 t Corner Main and Adams. Victor D. Focns, at 41 Jefferson street, baa iimt received another fine lot of Northern lake fish (both white fish and Mackinaw trout), also a flue lot of froga. Call and get a snpply. 87 Beautiful styles plain and striped grenadines, 25 cents per yard. M. Kbaus & Co.-, cor. Main and Adams. Great sale of remnants of domestics, Iress goods, calicoes, linens, and ia;d goods of al kinds, at extra bargains, at J. H. Loewenstine & Bras , Clay Build ing. 90 Look at our bleached domestics, lOo per yard. M. Kbaus & Co., BQt Corner Main and Adams. Deeds. Leases. Bills of Lading, Dray Tickets, apd all kinds of Blanks for sale at this office. T Ladies' fancy goods at half price, on our cheap tables. M. Kbaus & Co., 80-t Corner Main and Adams. Trnri. an1 ninlr mnannitn nAttinea. I II U) I BUI --, ' ' ' rrom New v0rk auctions. I J. - ... r J 1 J 1)1. CBAps to,, cor. uiaiu aau ouuuj. T n , nnnA .M UairiKKan wllialrv (r JU" UI f"V vi v,... ....j, cp ept,beo It Bra, Jil Maia street tV v n :. n-. I'Toi AamnnA for E precedented." 34 t Editors Macon (Mi.s.) Beacon. Laboe size buck towels, $2 60 and f 3 perdezen. M. K.bacs ft Oo.., 801 . Corner Min apd, Adams. I tou want good old Megibben vhis ky, go to Megibben ft Bro., 281 Main st Joar Received Ladies' white hose, tl 25 per dozen to be eold by the dozen only. 30-t M. Kbaus ft Co., White Marseilles crib quilts, $1 $0, $3 and f 2 60. on our cheap tables M. Kbaus ft Co., cor. Maia and Adams- Peivtebs akp Railroad Compawies will take notice that, on the 13th instant, C. P- Norris, trustee, will offer for sale a valuable coupon ticket and cumbering nress. with exclusive right to use in the Snnih. Sp advertisement. 92 Mas. Stoddabd. room 17, Postoffice Building, is prepared to make op ladies' and children's spring suits in the latest styles. Terms moderate to suit tbe times Ir von want good old Megibben whisky go to MegihVa ft Bro., ?Sl Main street HOTEL KEEPERS AND STEAM BO ATM EN TAKE NOTICE! B. LOWENSTEIN & BEOS'. ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH ALL KINDS OF HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS AT LOWEST RATES. SHEETS, PILLOW CASES AND CURTAINS MADE TO ORDER U. LOWENSTEIN & I31TOS., Corncr Main and Jcflcrson Sts. 21-W PEABODY MEMPHIS, TENN, CORNER OF MAIN AND MONROE STREETS, E (Within the heart of the business portion of the City I 'Convenient to the Railroad Offices, Depots,' teamboat Landing, Postoffico, and Theaters. t WE RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT PUBLIC PATRONAGE. D. COOKEELL & S02STS, PBOPBIKTORS. PUMPS! PUMPS! PUMPS! WROUGHT IRON STEAM, GAS AND WATER PIPE, BRASS GOODS, STEAM GAUGES, GLORE VALVE3 AND MALLABLE IRON FITTINGS, AT LOWESTJCASH PRICES. Mcdonough NO. 303 MAIN STREET. The Great Red Store, 230 Main street, has just received a large invoice of the following goods, which will be sold at tbe appended low prices: Irish linen, 25 cents; French lawns, 15 to 20 cents; fine Swiases and jaconets, 25 to 30 cents ; lailioe' fine white hose, 12J cents; Jou viu's celebrated kid gloves (high colors), $1 25 ; superior corsets, tl ; hoop skirts, 75 cents. 84T ir yon want good old Megibben whisky go to Megibben ft Bro., 281 Main street. Ir you want good old Megibben whisky go to Megibben ft Bro., 281 Main street "Ekqush Female Bittebs saved the life of my wife." W. J. Gibbos, M. D., 34-t Clarenden, Arkansas. Just received another lot of. those ladies' white hose, $1 75 per dozen worth 13; a great bargain. M. Kbaus ft Co., cor. Mam and Adams, Important to Gshtlemee.-t All-linen handkerchiefs, ft per doa., worth f 6. Bri tish half-hose, $ 4 50 perdoien, worth $6 Puffed bosom shirts, 12 00, worth $3 00. Qaose and Lisle thread undershirts at great bargains. M. Kbaus ft Co., 80-t Corner Main and Adams. Examine our two-yards wide bleached table linen, tl per yard, worth tl 50 warranted all linen. M. Kraus & Co. " English Fmaib Bittebs is an ad- rfliraUe prescription for females." J. A. P. Kesnedt, M. D., 34-f Coffeeville, Mississippi. . Coustbt merchants that buy dry goods will do well to examine our stock. 4- Kbaus ft Co , cor. Main and Adams. I von want good old Megibben whisky, go to Megibben ft Bro., 281 Main street. "I give English Female Bitters a hearty recommendation." G. W. Vasseb, M. V; gl-t Carrollton, Miss. Just received more of those Irish lie ens, 3c per yard,, M. Uraus Co., uQ-t Corner Main and Adams. Great sale of remnants at J. H. Loew enstine & Bras', Clay Building. 90 Remnants of white goods cheap, at J. H. Loewenstine ft Bro.s', 231 Main. 90 Look at our ten-quarter bleached sheet ings, 50c per yard. M. K.Bcs. ft Co., 72-t Comer Main and Adams. AsQTHga lot ladies' all-linen handker chiefs, $1 25 per dozen, M. Kbavs ft Ca.eor. Main and Adama Ssa Island yard wide domestic, 12 cents per yard. M. Kbaui ft Co., 80-t Corner Main and Adams, Napoleon has given 1Q,00Q for four medals of l'e third century, struck by tbe Emperor Alexander Severn., and fonndln tbe vicinity of the ancient city of Tarsus, in ex.caellaaa recently made. They base bee a placed in the Imperial library Grant', brother is said to be the walk ing boss in tbe official circles of Chicago. Tbe brother's advice is authoritative. The most remaikable thing is the brother himself has not received an office. Lituten&nl Commander Morton W. Sander., U. S. N-, is detached from the Qui pee and directed to hold himself in readiness for orders to tbe Juniata- Mas ter A. H. Yail ia detarhed from the Siganaw and ordered to Waabiogtna for examination for promotion. Ensign Henry Whelan is also ordered to Waah irgton for rsaminatioa for promotion. AT SHORT NOTICE. HOTEL, & flanneryi Rlph Meeker says that "fifty yeara experience with the ballot will abolish petticoats forever." Make it " ballet," says tbe Boston Post, and it will take lees time. Henry Ward Beecher, on Sunday, preached against tbe schemes of church union, whether planned by Pope, Prot estant or Pagan, taking tbe novel ground that the strength of tbe Christian reli gion lies in the number of tbe existing denominations. He hopes to see the sects increase in number rather than combine, and prefers to bave the Gospel preached by wicked men rather than not have it preached at all. He did not claim originality for these novel ideas, but Bhowed that tbey were in consonance with those of that astute lawyer, Saint Paul. WEATHER BIVEB-COTTOST. Wratber. Meteorolosioal observations, as re portal to tu by Mr. Edward Goldsmith : June 7. June 7. Juno 8. 2 r.u. DM. 7 a.m. Thermometer-.... 59-8 oTS Wl Haremeter ?J5 W-WS Koree of Vapor . 0.400 OM't MSW Relative Humidity.- 89.1 81.7 7fl.S Wiad......... N K. K. s. Weather- Fair, Fair. Fair. The weather is clear and ploasant, with every Indication of tt continuing so for some time to come. River. The Mieslisippi eontlnuea to rito at al) points. Tbe Arkansas is declining. White liver ia rising rai idly. At Louisville and Cincinnati the Ohio is dtoUnlng. BOATS LBAVIsa THIS SV1XIK8. The splendid passenger and freight aad regu lar United Slates mail paoket, Thomas II. Al ias, is anneuneed for Helena, Napoleon, Pino Bluff, Little Rook, Fort Smith and all in termediate landings this evening at five o'clock. She belong to the Arkansas River Packet Company, and Is one of the best boats of the line. Captain Reese Pritchard com mands, with those excellent gentlemen. C. T. Walker and Joe Thomas, In the office. The magnificent and fleet steamer, Dos Are, will leave this (Tuesday) evening at five o'clock, for all points on Vi hits river. liar ac commodations arc inferior to no other boat's oa the river, and her officers are ever mindful and attentive to the wanta of passengers. Cap tain John D. Elliott will be on the roof, and Jos Elliott and Matt Olas. in the office. The elegant Bt Praneis will leave this (Tuesday) evening at five o'clock for all point, oa the St. Francis river. Captain T. It. Bow man commands. The efficient and popular clerks are Messrs. Sam. Paine, W. II. Clarke and J. II. Banks. The regular Memphis and St Louis paoket. Belle Memphis, John C. Crane, master, and Billy Sleaker, the favorite clerk, leaves this ereaiDg at five for lairo ana Bt. iioun. The Belle Memphis is s new boat, and is per fectly safe and reliable- The splendid steamer Robert E. Lee will be is port to leave for Vicksburg and Mew Orleana this evening at five o'eloek. Captain Can non commands, with J. T. Roberts aad Jobs Mossop in the office. The Lee carries the - horns " tor the fastest Usee, and is justly en titled to them, BOATS IBATWO TO-MOSSOW. The steamer George W. Cheek. Captain Jas. Lee. with Stack Lee aad B. P- Fields in the office, will leave to m.rrow evening at five, for Friar's Point and intermediate landings. The) Q. W. C. is well known as one of eur jaullesk little packets, and her officers sever allow their patrons room for complaint follow. STATSBSSV-UKE 8. yarnifhed daily by the Clork or the Chamber of Commerce.! Stock oa hand Sept L ISM, 47 Received to-day W steeeived previously Ila.OBl HI.171 J-115 Kinoitod ta-dav 3?" kxported previouly.- Stock oa ad Barsim. Man pM aa1 Charier railroad, Mem ibi and Ohio railroaa, - BIFOaTS. Mewjpbie an4 fharlattoa rallread . seemi-bis aad Ohio railroad - De : aje of suck , .