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B. J . S E IV3 'M E S & G
I'll 13 L1C LEDGER.
Office, Mo. la MftdiiOB trou
7
MEN'S AND Wl III! CLOTBIl AND FURNISHING GOODS,
3 4 5 M A. 1 1ST STREET.
II. ,T. SEMMES.
JNO, V. DAWSON
LARGEST CITI CIRCULATION.
SUMMER WINES
S9 116
FORTUNE TELLING!
Go to OS Gayoso St.,
yUERE MADAME ANSA HAS COM
furtable rooms, and will tell yea th Paat,
the Prnnl, and the fntnrg. 44-t
Arrival and Departure of Trains.
KI88IS?If Tl AXD TMaKSBK IAH.ROAD.
ABHIVR. tlflH.
?5:Or1ean,1all(d.ny).PS:
freight (except Bungay) 2:34 p.m. 4:56 a.m.
Mail train makes direct connection tur New
Orleans and all points Booth. . -
1 xpiess train makes direot connection for
C.floivil e Water. Valhy. Oxford. Holly
Slriiti;s, and all points North of Grenada on
Mississippi Central railroad.
Ticket office. 237K Main street, and at the
depot Omnibuses will cull for passengers and
check b.i?.g .in any .rart of the city by leav
ing orders -iVkRMOEE. Gn. Sap.
WXMPH1B AND OHAatlBTOJI BAILXOAD.
Through mail, daily.....;.- ' H30r.il.
Through eipress. dailMdoet
Ja.nd!? 8:10 A.M. 5:30 p.m.
Railroad time fifteen minutes taster than
No. 278 M.TaVnEs! Br T.A.
n., SLf3' A.M.
Niaht Express-..... 2:0 a.M. ':
. Hiilroad time is 1 minutes taster than city
lle. Ticket office, No. Main street. De
pot, bead of Main street b
SELL HOWELL, Passenger Agent.
MSMPHI8 ARD MTTLB SOCX tATLSOAV.
Giiiko Wit Leave Hopefield Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, at 7:30 a.m.. and
arrive at Msdison at 1 o'clock p.m.
day and Saturday, at 7:30 a m.: arrive at
Hopeteld at 1 e'olock pjn.. and Memphis
t 1:30 p.m.
Arrival and Departure of the Mails from
the MefflpMi Postofflce Jew Arrange-
Po.roPyIc..Mra.T:.J
Arr. Clos'g.
hattanooga, Richmond,
Washington, New York.
Baltimore anl all cities
East and South : Colum
bus, Oa , and Montgom
ery. Ala.; all stations on
u M.miihii and
Charleston, Mississlni
Ceniral.Moblle aniiOhio
Nashville and lfC((tur,
Nashville nd Chatta
nooga and East Tonnes
see railroads at 2.30p.m. 11.30a.m.
Cairo, Chicago, St. Louis,
Nashville, Louiville,
Cincinnati, Cleveland,
Pittsburg, Philadelphia,
Buffalo, Al.uny, New
York, and all cities
North and West, at- 12.40 p.m. 2 P.m.
. All station on the Mem
phis and Louisville rail
road, aod ail branch
railroads, at 2.30 a.m. 2 p.m.
New Orleans, Haton Hongs
and all cities South ....
at..- ' S p.m. 10.45 a.m.
All stations on the Missis
sippi and T,nne,ee,
New Orleans andJiok
eon and Southern rail
roads at - 3 p.m. 10:45 a.m.
Memphis and Little Rook
railroad, l.ittie hock,
Madison (Sundays ex
cepted), st - 6 p.m. p.m.
Mirion, Wittsburg and
Claiborne. Ark., (tri
woekly) Monday. Wed
ntsday aud Kriday. at 10 a.m. 11 a.m.
Olive Branch and Jiyhalia,
M iss., (semi - weekly)
Monday and Krldsy, at.. 4 p.m. a P.m.
Cubaaml Bie'!reek,'i'enn.
(weekly) Friday, a'. - 10a m. 11a.m.
Jjitt'e U ck and Helena,
and all landings en
White river (semi-weekly)
Tuesday and Satur
day, nt... . 9 a.m. (p.m.
Piue Bluff and ilelrnaknd
all landings on Arkan-
eiu river (tri-eekly).
Tuesday, Thurtduy aud ,
8atur.lay, at. . 9 a.m. 4 p.m.
AH lar.dinfs on the Missie-
siur i river south (senii-
weekly), Tuesday and
oituroay, at-... . 9 a.m. 4 p.m.
All landings on Missis
sippi river north (semi.
wtekly, Monday and
Ihuraday, at..... 9a.m 8.30 p.m.
ROBT.C. GIST. P.M.
Jntrrv P. Pi Tvw Cli-rk.
HY T L Q BAP H.
AflUMMHT DIHPATt'BES.
WJisiiixuToy.
WAsniKOTSN, Jane 7. Geo. Spinner
has received a dispatch from Santa Fe,
New Mexico, announcing that the United
States depository at that city wai broken
opjn last night. Tbe loss has not been
ascertained. The watchman, E. J. Col
lins, was found shot through the heart.
The Government officials had possession
of the buildirg and such funds as re
mained, and wouid proceed to ascertain
the exact condition it affairs.
The President to-day issued regulations
to the commission of citizens appointed
under authority of the laws to manatee
Indian tff-iirs. Commissioner Potter in
structs army officers acting as Indian
Agents aod Superintendents to co-operate
to the extent of their ability in as
sisting the commission to carry out their
work successfully.
Attorney General Hoar has given an
opinion, at the instance of the New York,
Newfoundland and London Telegraph
Company, that the control of telegraph
communication with foreign nations, by
means of cables leading from the shores
of the United Slates, is within tbe con
stitutional authority of Congress to per
mit, rf gjlate or prohibit, and that there
can be no sfeurity for such enterprises,
while no authority or protection for them
has been deprived by acts of Congress.
The separate Stales msy grant the en
joyment of thsir rights of soil and of pri-
viiegei within their control, but they can
not grant rich's which interfere with or
0 limit the piramonnt constitutional au
thority of the United State.
It seems that the report of tbe pay
iA..t of IC0.000 by the State Department
for cable Ulejiraais was erroneous. That
sum was arpP'iad by Gougress for
expense, and Lt srnl:ng messages by
the ctb!e, but fict a dVlar of it Las as yet
been ojeJ.
ion
anl at LeiDaic. and brother-in-law
of
Grant, arrived here on Sat
ur
day, and is stopping at the White House.
The President has appointed James
F. Hoyt United States Marshal of Ne
braska.
The following news has been received
from Mexieo via Havana 7th: IgnatiB
Mariscal has been appointed Minister to
Washington. Gomsz Palicio has been
made one of the Commissioners un
nder
rthe
tr. reinvention for the settlement ot
claims of the United States. Lazonas
will probably receive the appointment of
Minister of Justice. The Mexican Con
gress has adjourned.
Commissioner Delano has decided that
the stamps issued by the Warden of the
Western Penitentiary of Pennsylvania,
to be affixed to boxes ot cigars mane
there, are without the slightest authority
of law.
Tha election for Collector, burveyor
and members of the City Council took
place to-day. Major Richards, Superin
tendent of Police, had taken the precau
tion to secure to every voter the exercise
of his franchise, and at the same time to
nroaerve neace at the polls. Ihe restau
rants and other drinking places were
closed. Long before day crowds, princi
pally composed of negroes, were gathered
at the polls and formed in line tor voting,
and although this did not commencs
nntil seven o'clock, there was, througn-
out the day, great excitement at the re
spective polls, and towards noou several
serious disturbances occurred.
Boston, Jane 7.-Js. M. Murdock, a
wealthy retired merchant, was thrown
from his carriage yesterday and killed.
Three other persons who were with him
were also thrown and considerably
bruised.
The New England Associated Press
was organized to-day. The following
Executive Committee was elected: J. R.
Hawley.of the Hartford Courant, Presi
dent; R. M. Pulsifer, of the Boston
Herald, Secretary and Treasurer; S. N.
Stockwell, of the Boston Journal, Sam'l
Bowles, of the Springfield Republican,
and R. W. Worlhington, of the Boston
Traveller, Directors.
NEW lOUK.
Albas?, June 7.-Tbe National Typo
graphical Union met this morning, and,
after appointing a Committee on Creden
tials, adjourned till noon. One hundrsd
and twenty delegates were present.
New Yobe, June 7. Tbe Pott says
there is aceport through a private chan
el, this afternoon, to the effect that 4000
Cubans have surrendered . to Generals
Valmazada, Buceta and Bugoze, and that
quiet reigns in Havana. This informa
tion comes from Spanish authorities, and
is addressed to persons in the Spanish
interests.
Tbe Sim has a report that a clipper
ship, with 800 men on board, under com
mand of Commodore Wm. Henaway, of
Cincinnati, sailed from this port Satur
day morning to join the insurgent arm.y
of Ceepedes.
The barks East and Beuno put into
this port in distress, their crews having
been attacked wilh yellow fever.
It has been discovered that G. D.
Hastings, Secretary andT-vasurerofthe
Hartford Trust Company, has embezzled
over $20,000 of funds of the Gallard
(Connecticut) Company's Bsnk while
cashier of that institution. The deficit
baa been made stood by bis father. He
has been obliged, however, to resign me
position.
The bids for the one million dollars oi
gold sold by the Government to-day
amounted to five million dollars; those
accepted ranged from 1".8 63 100 to
138 75-100.
' &T. LOUIS.
St Loms. June 7. Late dispatches
from Western Kansas say that a courier
from Adjutant General Miorebonse, who
left for the Saline with scouts on Frday,
had reached Ellsworth on Saturday for
h.!n to take care of the wounded. The
courier represents that what are left o!
tbe Swedes in that region are preparing
to leave for Chicago. A mail parly due
at Fort Lamed on' the 21 had not been
beard from and are suppose! to have
been capiored. Guards have been sent
to tha different stations on the railroad
to protect life and property. Bands of
Indians daily cross tbe railroad, going
both north and south.
One hundred men were to leave Hays
City to-day to scout on the Solomen
river.-
A surveying party that were attacked
on the Solomon a few days since, came
iato Hays City on Saturday, being un
able to do anything on account of the
Tndltn.
Louis A. D.'liner has brcojht suit
against Bart AbV, formerly United
Statea Revenue Collector, for taking
possession of bis distill. ry last winter,
and laying Lis damages at f 20,000.
XANH VI !..'
Nisbville, June 7. Tbe Southwest
ern Press Association, chartered by the
legislature ot leonessee, held its initia
tory meeting here to-day, and was organ
ized by tbe election of the following tfS
pra for tbe enininw Tear; Preti.lpnt
- n 4 ' .
Ira P. Jones, of the Nashville Cnion and
America ; Vice President, J. U. Keat
inp. of the Memnhis Anneal - Preretarv
r , . 1 1 . .
and Treasurer, Geo. E. Purvis, of the
Kaahvilte ISanner ; executive Lots:'.
lee. A. J. Kellar. Memtbis Armlonche.
Albert K.berl, Nn'.ville Banner, and
Geo. E. Grisbam, of Ihe Na-hviMe Pret
and Timet.
Me. M. J. Cramer. United States V
HAVANA.
IIavana. June 7. Mexioan dates to
t b let instant state that Rosecrans da
nies that he asked to be allowed to re:
main. The sentiment of the Mexicans is
against selling territory to America, bnt
thev do favor a Proteoterate. ,
Surgeon Qainn, of the United States
ship Saratoga, died yesterday or yellow
fever. Thrj are other cases of it on
board the Saratoga. She sailed to day
for Key West.
Actinz CaDtain General Espianolohas
issued a decree that for the future when
aDDointments are to be made to vacant
offices in the service of the Government
veteran or disabled soldiers shall have
precedence.
GEORGIA.
Atlanta. June 7. General Terry
gave a military escort to Sheriff Morris
to Warrenton, and has sent troops to
assist in arresting the assassins of Sena
tor Atkins.
IT; no wh!nh thn Kmnnror Alexander
has selected for the new capital of the
Russian Empire, is the chief town of the
TIkraina It ia ten dftrreea further south
than St. Petersburg; it is equally near
of Moscow; it is within easy distance of
Odessa aod tbe Black sea, ana it is mucn
nearer not only to the Polish provinces
but also to tbe Austrian provinces, to
Turkey and to Persia.
A grand palace is now being erected
fnr thn CruT. and larire territory has been
purchased for the Imperial family. Kiev
will before long be a Court residence, and
tha F.mnernr will have there nnder his
hand at least 200,000 Russian soldiers,
which he can mass in a short space ot
time, by means of modern conveyances,
at such points as he may find necessary.
It Patar.hnrff. ith its crand avenues
and inhospitable climate, is to be aban
doned to trade. jjgtmore uazene-
HOUSEKEEPERS !
HOUSEKEEPERS I
Men. Women and Children
Men, Women and Children !
READREAD.
" Cooling to Scalds and Burns."
" Soothing to all painful wonnds, Ac."
" Healing to all Bores, Ulceis, Ao."
"'(MAR'S' BUCKTHORN SALVE
Is tbe most extraordinary aitvi ever known.
I ts power of Soothing and Healing for all Cuts,
Burns, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Chapped Hands
and Hkin, lor Sore tiipplen, for riles, Ac, Ac.
is without a parallel, tine person says of it, ' I
wou'd nut be without a box in mv house If it
rost 15, or 1 had to travel all the way to New
i ork lor It. "A ew lor It Avenuif Aews, Stp-
ternber 5,
All Druggists In MEMPHIS sell 1U
"OOSTAR'S"
Standard Preparations
ill BIS
BEAUTIFIER!
Bitter Sweat and Orange Blossoms.
One Bottle, $1 00-ThreJ for $2 00.
BIS
" Onitar'a "Rat and Roarh FTtarmlnatore.
" Coetar's " Bfd Bug Exterminators.
" Costar's " (only pure) Insect Powder.
" All Druggists in MJSM rllto sell tnem "
Address, ' CUSTAK." 10 Crosby St., N. T.
OrJcbn F. Uenry, successor to llamas Barnes
A Co.il Park How. N. Y.
C. C. WaRDABRO.,
8. W.JONES A CO..
MANSFIELD AHIOBKE.
10-t Wholesale AaenU. Memphis. Tenn.
MEDICAL.
The symptoms of liver
complaint are uneasiness
and pain in the aide.
Sometimes tbe pain is in
the shoulder, and is mis
taken far rheumatism.
Ihe stomach is a fleeted
with loss of annetite and
SUM?
sickiess. bowels in eene-
eral costive, s.metimes alternating with lax.
'J he head is troibled w itb pain, and dull, heavy
mtiin. i.or'terahle H?s ot memory, accom
panied with piintu! sen
sation of having left un
done something which
ousht to have been done.
Ottea complaining of
weakness, debility, and
low spirits, cemetiines
some of the above symp
.oms attend the disease.
and at other time, very few of them: tut the
Liver Is genenlly the organ most involved.
Cur the Liver with
1K. IIHUOI9'
Liver Regulator,
A p'epsration of roots and herbs, warranted to
be strictly vegetable, and can do no injury to
anyone. It has been used by hundreds, and
known for tbe last thirty- live years as one oi
the mott reliable, efficacious and harmless prep
i,rwtr. .y.r nff-rM u tbe suffering, lt taken
regularly and persistently
it is sure to cure dyspep
sia, headache, jaundice,
eostiveness. sick head
ache, chronic diarrhtra,
affections of the bladder,
camp dyentery, affections
oft e kidneys, fever, ner
vousness, chills, diseases
ot the .kin. impurity of the blood, melancholy
or drrireesion of spirits, heartburn, eolie er
psins in the bowels, pain in the bead, fever and
amie, dropsy, boils, pain ia back and limbs,
asthma, erysipelas, lemale affections, and
bilious disease generally.
Prepared only by J. H. ZEILIN A CO.,
Drus-gists, Macon, . Pr.ee, (I ; by mailfl 2a.
Hundreds of hirhly respectable perrons can
fully att'st to the virtues of this valuable mod
icine.snd to whom He ean easily refer.(W V 72
W. X:. CltAVKlt'S
Photograph Gallery,
No'. SOU Main Street,
(CLARK'S MARBLE BLOCKJ
MF.MPHIM
TEHHE89EE.
A. E. FRANK LAND,
a E X E It A I.
Auction House.
No. I07 Malu Street.
A art low Sale sf sill tiaaa l sssd.
dally. Cssal;ssssessla ellrlld.
Arewwsst Bitlca rder Isssmeo
dlately stfter smla. Vatdewr
aalra attest! r4 te wills
poarlaality Bad ell.patrh.
A. WALLACE,
The OLD MEMPniS ATJCTI05KKR, will be
foind at tkia Umm, atmdiog I. bis hastnes,
asd rial to see bis trieads.
aCoBiguBkeaU of g-x! alwtrs In tir.
A. K. FhAMvLANU.
ii tD Sieoeral AocUdoevr.
LIVER
REGULATOR.
PRINTING.
GOOD WORK-CASH PRICES I
Punctuality Before ill Things I
WHITM0RE & 00.,
Proprietors of
THE PUBLIC LEDGER
STEAM
JOB PRINTING HOUSE
No. 13 Madison Street.
HAVINfl NOW IS FULL AND COM
plow operation the
Book and Job Departments
f this EXTENSIVE ESTABLISHMENT,
we take this mode of ealling tho attention of
our patrons and friends, aad tha oublio gene
rally, io cur NKW
Steam Arrangements.
This oifioe is now tha
LAR GEST
And Bost Appointed
IN THE SOUTHWEST,
And fhllv actual to anv In the East as regards
its facilities for executing Printing of every
variety and In any color.
ill Kinds of Work Executed,
Either la
Plain or Ornamental Type,
Plain Black, Colored Inks,
60LD MEAT AHD BB0HZE8,
Inlevery manner known to the profession, at
noma ana anroad
BOOKS AND PASiPIII.ETS
Printed with new type latest styles.
Ornamental, Plain and Faaey
Bteambout Prlutlne
Ia a manner unsurpassable.
OON8XITUTIONH
Printed In elegant style.
bar large assortment of type for
SHOW BILLS AND FOSTERS
II not exotlled In the United States,
LABGE PICTORIALS
Caa be as readily and theaply done at this
mot as they ar in the Kant, aad la as
UANUHOMK HTYLK.
We have la our offioe the
lUar reset Blae PrewHCB
Now ia use, together with
HTEAM JOUI1KK8,
Which enaules u to Print
GAUDS ANI DILInEAIS
WITH SRIAT CILIRITT.
We hsve a SPLENB-IO ASSORTMENT of
small Plain and fancy Job Letters, saitahfe
tor
FINE "W OBKs
Business Cards and Clrcnlars
In the Beat 8tjle, with saiuble engrav
ings representini basioeaa.
DIVLOMASi
for Schools and College,
Prints 6 Bqtul to CopparpUt
ParUealar attastloa gtvea te
Ete ambcat & Cillrona Prlctlnjc
II LAN 1C UOOKM
With rriated beads, together with every kt4
f Piaia a4 e.acy Work, eM with eUspeUa.
WHISKIES:
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Iloberfson County,
BOUI1BON,
PURE It YE,
AND A VARIETY OF tiTHER GRADES OP
WHISKEY
FOR COUNTRY TRADE.
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COTTON FACTORS.
OWEN, McNl'TT & .V0.,
Cotton and Tobacco Factors
RECE1VIHO, FOBWASDIKO AND
General Commission Jlcrchants,
Lit BLIIOK,
UNION STREET, - - MEMPHIS. TENN.
.v i n s.ii.h ti.- ... i
oonsigned to us insured, unless othorwise in-
.Im.il TJ n DilirL Ua..a .h.I -.1 C i:
turnished at the lowest market price. : Hi
PATENT PUMP.
A.. 13 L. 13 1 IV ' S
nUM.K.ACT Jifi St'BMLBGF.n
FORCE PUMP,
Patented August 8, 1S63.
MANY THOUSAND V THEM HAVE
l.n I..U..I ilnrmi the cast lour years,
and have peved a perfect success, as thou
saads of eertifioates oould be produced : but 1
deem it unnecessary, as tbe Pump will show
for iUelf and prove all its qualities on examin-
"it"! a Pump which Is ultimately destined to
supercede all other Pemps now in uev for
these simple Mela : rirsi.tnecrnimcr "
of solid flint glaas, and it undoubted'T will last
one hundred years, and still be good as ever.
Second, it will never give any bad taste to the
water, or rust it. Third, it will never wear
ont, ee as to put the working part out of eroer.
Fourth, the plunger working in glas wil.
last as long as Ave in Iron or weod. "5
valves are made of glass, and are so placed that
it is imposiible for them to get out of order.
Sixth, iheeonduoting pipe Is manufactured ot
wrought iron, galvanised inside and out,
making it perfectly free from rut. beventn.
ne water staeda ia the pipe to get warm in
summer er freeie in winter, and .require no
priming to start it. Eighth, it is tbe best hand
fir engine ever invented. It will force the
water Irom any common well or " '
top of the highe t dwelling, at the rate ot
t.enty gallons per minute. r.inth. its whole
eenstructioa U so simple and complete that
renders it less liaVJe t get out ol order than
any pump yet Inv.nted, and makes it the
cbiM on the eontieent. V. h. n a its quel
ities are tally understood no one will be with
out it. It will save it, co-tin insurance, and
Having estab.bhed a factory in the city of
Memphis. Tenn . fr the ma- ufatore of "ie
Pamps, we are now prepared to furnish tnem,
any times save vaiuaBi. p;
at wholesale or retail, i --. v.
wishing to engace ia the bosinees.
Prlera far thla Pamp, Cosuplelet
For Pump 1 feet long, tl SO per f?oU.$M f0
- 1 M ' ZZ SO Oil
4'
and fifty eenU per foot fur every additional
foot.
war Agents wanted for this Pump, either U
tar county nsnie ana seu m. rump,, nu ni
a liberal uweouo. wm . . . v. (. -
ssle trade, aad no charge for the ricbt of Um-
WAli orders for this Pump must be ad;lTCEsed
te j)AiiOiii'T rnui "vw'i
-H No. 40 Jsfieraea St., Memphis.
CLARETS,
0ALIF0ENIA white),
CATAWBA (WHITE)
Concord HedL
To Whom It may Concern.
YANMS8EE WUISKKY!
HAVING LEARNED THAT PAR
ties in Louisville, Cincinnati and
this city pretsnd to sell tho "Yannbsee
Whiskey, we hereby give notioe that w
will bring suit for damages against any
' RESPONSIBLE party wo may discover
attempting to sell this brand of U hiskey,
and will publish them as setliug a bPV
RIOUS article. We have had the sole
one aud control of the " Yannissee
brand for nearly twenty years, and none
is ger.uins without our brand on the
barrel.
B. J. REMMKN CO.,
S54 Heooud Street.
TRANSPORTATION.
Qixiclt Time East.
Louisville Bontc Always Ahead.
SPRING SCJJEDULE,
COMMENCINQ MAT 2, 1869.
DOUBLE DAILYTltKOrOH TBAINS
WILL BClf AS FOLLOWS OS TBI !
Memphis & Louisville B. B. Line.
LeaveMemphls(elty time) 3:45 a.m. 2:45 p.m.
LeaveMemphisiitd. time) 4:WI a.m. 3:00 p.m.
Moraine- train from Memphis does not ran
on Sunday.
LeaveMeinphlsOtd. time) f:W a.m. 4:00 p.m.
Arrive at Nashville 11:46 p.m. o:S0 a m.
flooring care on evening train from Mampbis
to Lonisvillo and Memphis to Nashville.
Tbrong-h Tleketa, at Bednoed Bates,
Can be r insured at the Company's Ofllee, 2'7M
Main st reet, and at De sot, head ot Main street.
iiaggage Check sd at depot, or by toe
Memr his City Transfer Company, at Hotel.1,
priva'.e residences, or on board boats, to all
prino ipal points East and North.
Te egraph Office in Ticket Office. 23;X Main
tre et. ,
SAM. B. JONES, Superintendent,
SELL HOWELL, Pw-senster Agent, 2-t
Memphis and Arkansas Blver
. racket Compa.ay.
TRI-WEEKLY V. B. HA II. J-ISE.
Rfi TO THK CELEBPlATED HOT
Springs ot Arkansas will flnd this a very
pleasant route. Tho boats are new , tbe tobies
good and staterooms clean. Paftiongsrs are
landed at Littlo Rock in time to tak e She stag's
for Hot Springs cn tha third morning irom
Itf .nihil !.
The elegant passenger boats of this line leave
M etnphis lor Little iloclt, ss louowa r
Timwts ir. ki.t.m.
R1IESK PHITCHARD - Master.
Tuesdays, at 5 o clock p. mi
W. A. IJALDWKLL,
R. L. HAINES, ... .- ..Master,
Thursdays, at 6 o'clock p.u.
UZAKK.
II. JJLASDELL "......Master.
Saturdays, at 5 o clock p.m,
Makinst direct connection at LI ttle R.icV, for
Fort Smith, with the following tw ,ats tha ' leave
Little Hock Tueedajs, Fridays and Sundays,
at 10o clock a.m.
FART GIBBOlf.
JOHN WOODBURN. ....Mast.w,
AMKRH'AX.
1EVI CHAPMAN .....Master.
VAN Bl'KEiV.
JAS. BOWLTN. -.-..Master.
Thus making throe trips a w,k from Little
Rock to Fort fc'mith, and connecting at Fort
fomith. with the steamer
FORT SMITH.
ED. KOWIAN D -.Master,
t er Fort Uibson.
Thronoh bills of lading given for freight to
and from New Orleans, Memphis, St. Louis,
Louinville and Cincinnati.
Fiaiehta delivered at destination, at all
staged of the river, without storing or other
delay.
in'. inifuMi, J.fltrtnff tft ,Tiin Iit tfii. "n. frnm
the tl orth, Ksstor West to any point go tha
Arkai issa river, should have their g ods ran
,'lnnoil lo "MoTnlibis and Arkni s.s River
Picki t Company," at Memphis (office 3(4
I'rop.'t f'.rt'ot, Mosby Block). 1 hse shimdng
trma Jow Orleans snould conMgn to "Mem
ihis and Arkansas Ri.er Packet Company,'
Napo lci.n.
JOHN D. ADAMS, TresidenU
T. A. KKNDIU. Agent.
75 t Office. 304 Front street. Mo by Block.
TRUST SALES .
rpEl'STBK'S BALE OF STOR B-U0U8K
X ajd lut in CuTinnUin, lenn 1 inn on
SIOXDAY, JCKE 7, I8 9,
Fxpose to public sale to tV.e highest; bidder, in
aid town, the store hou-ie and lot Iv in a on the
north side of the t'ubiic Square of ,-eaid town,
which Wm. Hamilton lormerly owued. 'Abe
houae is one of the finest and best et .nstrnoted
in West Tennessee; tbe upper story being
built for a dwelling, having an ell v. 'itb three
(3) moms running back, toitether 'with good
ar.ll. DtHhl. and aarden. Ihe houre and lot
eost tv.tuu eignteen montns age, ni t win ae
vrry cheap now, owing to tue scarcity or money.
Terms of sale : One third of the pur "hue mo
ney in cash t tbe remainder on a crwtlit of nine
and eicteen months, in equal paymer.ts. Notes
with two good securities will be required from
the purchaser, and a Icin retained on the prop
erty to secure the payment of purchase money.
F. A. ARCHER,
75-80 Trustee of Wm. H amilton.
rpiU'ST:K'l BALE. IN PUF.SUANCB
X of a deed of trust msde and execute.! to me
as t'ustee by John C. Lanier, of the county of
Shelby and ftat of Tennessee, which is of
record in the Register's othce of the aaid county
of rhelby and State alcrenaid, in Record Book
No. 6, paces Hie and 375. to secure trtain
debts and liabilities therein mentioned and
particularly described in said trust deed, and
especially to ray oil a judgment render ad in
the Chancery Conrt of M eruphis, en the 1 it day
nf beoember, 1H in the case of Tha jdeus
Norm and others vs. John (J. Lanier and his
securities, named in said trust deed; I shall
proceed as trustee to sell on the 1st day of July
next, on the premises, the following described
tract of land, lyirg abvat one aad on (-half
miles east of the center of the city nf Memphis,
bhelby county, Tennessee, an the south aide of
Union avenue, and known as the hum place
or residence of the partv of the fir.t part, con
taining about 64 aeres. the boundaries ot which
are marked by the picket fence surrounding it.
Haid tract nf lands will bedividwi into lots of
convenient and suitable site. Terms of sale:
One-fourth eah; balance en a credit of fnur,
eight and twelve moaths, with interest from
date, taking the purchaser's notes aad tra-t
deed to,ecuret2eparm-ntef tbesame. Kinity
of re lemitioo is waived, and the title of the
purchaser will be absolute.
P JOHN P.TREZKVANT,
Tm.'.e.
J ATAMAiNSl!
Wiat Is It? Where Is It?
SPALDINO'3 JATAM ANSI n.AIR RE
generator is a lure rare lor baldness, and
ia warranted to restore gray hair lo its original
colors prevents the hair from falling of,
and remove daedrufl: Is a speedy and
effectual cure for nervous headache. H. Spal
ding A Co. Proprietors, Lvaasville Chemical
Work,.
SMT WASSON. EMEI.SER A CO., 318 Main
street. (irneral Agents tur Memphis, 17-9-at
BRANDIES:
J. & P. MARTELL,
Pinet Castillon & Co.
OTARD, DUPLY & CO.
PLANAT Sc CO.,
JAMES HENNESSY
-AND- '
VIRGINIA PEACH
-AND-A.
P P L E a
PUBLIC DIRECTORY.
SBURY CHAPEL (METUOnicTJ.COR.
L Bornando end Linden streets.
BOWMAN, 0. H., MACHINIST ANU
Scale Factory, 202j Main street. Siecial
attention given to repairing scales. 104
C1LAPP, VANCJ st ANDERSON. ATXOJU
neys-at-Law. 12 Maxiison trtet. Koioi'his.
C1ALVARY CUJRCU (KPISCOl'AL), COR;
J Second and Adams sts.. Rev. Dr. White.
CENTRAL MKTHODIST CUURCH. ii
Union street. Rev. W. M. Pattersou.pastor.
ClURIbTlAN CHURCH, COR. LINDEN
I and Mulberry street. Rev. Dr. Caskey.
ClONtiRKaATIONAL UNION CUURCH,
) Union street, bet. Third and Deoto.
"lONGRKGATION BEN EMETU (ISXA-
MjI I E), cor.Heoona ana Monroe sts.
c
UMBERLAND. PRESBYTKKIAN
i;nnran, uonrt sc., net. eeoona and I hird.
IICKINSON. WILLIAMS A CO. CO'XiuN
t.7 r ectors, aiu rront street.
MSHER, AMIS A CO.. MARBLK-WOKK3
anu xrain ripe, cor. Aaams ana econa sts.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, SECOND
st.. near Adams, Rev. A. B- Miller.
jUKB'f MKTHODIST CHURCH, iEOONU
ntreci, uonr ruuim,
flRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. CO H.
vi ruwiar udu Antra bltquip.
unuuv .rvjTjt,. qui,, runtOWQ MX V Unco.
I
KVHTT. J. 13 nn Xi(i'ra rjunra
y p. wi . w" li D h " t''0
j piiu uBiicm, cor, union ana ftlaiu. i3-t
M
EMPHIS4CBARLEST0N RAILROAD
uum, Ko. no main St.. lietneil O'ocR.
If EM PH THA OH IO RAILROAD Di'fvl .
IVX head of Main street.
PICKET. ED. BURKE, ATTORNEY-AT
Law and Solicitor in Bankruptcy. Office,
N. 5 Courthouse, cor. Union and Kenond sts.
POLICE COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. No.
? maaisou street.
JOSTOFFlCE, COR. JEFFERSON AND
xnira streets, it. v. mst, Post matter.
R OYSTER , TREZEVANT & CO., AUC
tioneera.'?7fi Nccnuit tri.t.-
RUSSELL'S PRIVATE MEDICAL Dlb
pensary. 40 and 43 North Court street.
SCIIABEL A CO., DEALKHS IN STOVhK,
Tinware, Orates, Mantels, m Main s'roet.
VJCKUOOS DUNCAN, A irORN ItiS-AT-
Law, 19 Madison St., Memphis, f enn.
OrJMMES, B. J. & CO., PURE WINKS,
O Whiskies ar-d Brandies, 2.'i4 Second street.
SECOND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
cor. Main and Beat streets.
SOUTHERN LIFE INSURaNVH COM P'Y,
ii giajiison B'reet, r. mi vvnite, fresident.
OT. PETER'S CHURCH (CATHOLIC). COR.
O Adams and Third streets.
CT. MARY'S GERMAN CHURCH. (CATu.
KJHiVif, ror. maraec ,hb i nirq streera.
4JT. LAZARUS CHURCH ( EPISCOPAL),
ij Madison street, east of Third.
ST. MARY'S CHURCH (EPISCOPAL),
Poplar street, near Alabama.
rslRADEBS, C0TION FACTORS. NO. 324
J Front street. t, 2 t
4 a HUM ORE A CO., B'i'JSAjtt JOB P1UW-
few. 1 Mfdl,nn street.
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FIRB ABIS.
boIU bjr Use Trade Gr-nerallr.
A Liberal DUeoant to Dealers.
200,000 FttrsslsheU C. S. UoTeruroenl.
Army.Navr. Belt Polioe and Pocket Revel-
Tcrs; Reatinand Vert Pockot Pistols and
Rifle Canes, using Metallic Cartridge. Breech
loading and Revolving Rifles.
E. BEUINRTOX KONN,
1-t 1 1 1 nss. K w Yr Is.
The Southern Advertiser.
'tfajdfltt beg GMi,"
IKsUblished in 1SS&E
Leading Organ of the Genr.an Popnla-
tion ot the Southwest.
LOTIIS WOHDERMAII, Zditor and Prof'r
OFFICE Coa. Taias aid Jsrrsaso sts. 1
la FoatoIBca Btsildins. Blomphis, Tonn.
TT aTeerilnrrV l.rffe cirmlatina lhwn.li.
out the city sad State offers buin.es men aa
excellent opoortunity to make their business
known to u thousands of Uermans living ia
hi. 'action ei' the I'monl-
'i'o tiom It uiaj concern.
K LL PERSONS ARK WAR PDA GAI N.ST
V tradina for acr and all not., ..t l.. m.
and payable t the arder of Moliter lea.u.
inrir areni or awigntes, aa ronsideratioa ol
same bas fail id.
l JOS, SrLI'iMAN,
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