Newspaper Page Text
Office.. -No. 1 Mdlontreet. LiltSEST CITY CIBCDLATION, FORTUNE TELLINGI Go to OS Gayoso SUt TtrilERK MADAME AWSA HAS COM tollable rooms, and will teU you the VU the Preaent. and the Fntnre. tt Arrival and Dspartnrs of Trains. IHSSISSIFF. iSD TIKKK8BK1 JUILgOAn. ibkivs. DarAiT. N.wOr,ean,ffiaU(dany).:PS: 11,40. . frZbt (exwpt Sunday) 2:36 p.m. 4:55 am. Mail irin triages dueot conneotien tor Mew Orleans and all points South. . - yxpiess train make, direct eoaneatlon for Coueevile. Water Vallty. Oxford, Holly Springs, and all point. North of Grenada on Missi-atppi Central railroad. . Ticket office. 2H7 Main street, and at tha depot. Omnibuses will call for Ir and check h.gg.ge In any part of the oity By leav ing order .iVkHMOEK. Gen. Bup't . M?HI8 iD OBABLIBTOIt iILOAn. ThrouKh mail, daily........ 2 2ir.u. 1130 r.si. Through exprens. dailstdoes not arriveSunday or leave ,,,.. Saturday).....- .--10:30 r.al.U.W r.. Jonetion and Soinerville m.. save Sunday 8:101 M. Railroad time fifteen minutei tatter than D,y lSxpress- 12:4 F.. AM A Kltiiror"meT.lRin'nte. taster thanoi time. Tickot office. No. S7X Main street. De pot. head of Main street. J0inB.B. SELL HOWELL, Passenger Agent. MIVFHtS AID LHTLI OCI gilLlOiD. Goifo Wst Leave Hopefield Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 7:30 a...and arrive at Madison at 1 o clock p.m. floto KiBT-LeaveM adionl na.day .Thnra day and Saturday, at 7:30 am.: arrive at llopeEeldatla'clookpjn., and Memphis at 1:30 p.m. Arrival and Departure of tho Hails from th Msmphls Fostofflcs-Bsw ArranR- "mt PoBToyr;c..MraTr, ' Arr. Clo. bntUnoora. Richmond, Washington, New lork. Baltimore an4 all cttiea East and South; Colum bus, Ga , and Montgom- , . ery, Ala.: all stations on the Memphis and Charleston, Mississippi Central, Mobile anduhio Nashville and 1 eeatur, Nothoiila snd Chatta nooga and Eaiitlenne see railroads t..... Cairo, Chioago, St, Louia, 2.30 p.m. 11.30 a.m. Nasnriiie, i,ooi5rii!o, Cincinnati, Cleve'and, fittsburg, Philidelphia, Buffalo, Albuny, New North and West, at 12.40 p.m. All stations on tbe Mem phis and Louisville rail road, and all branch railroads, at 2.30 a.m. New Urleans.Baton Hongs L . ..1. . T..b,n i o W 2 p.m. 1p.m. bnrc and all cities S"Uth 3 p.m. 10-45 a jn. All stations on the Missis sippi and 1'tDiKxpce, New Orleans and J'k son and Southern rail roads at. Mompbisand Little Rock railroad, tittle hock, Madison (Sundays ex cepted), at..........--, - Marion, Witisburg and Claihorne, Ark., (tri weekly) Monday. Wed nesday and Friday, at Olive Branch and Byhalia. M iss., (semi - weekly) Monday and Friday, at- Cubaan'l Bigireek,Tenn. (weekly) i'riday, a...... Litt e Hock and Helena, and all landings n W h ite river (semi- week ly) Tuesday and Satur day, at ........... fine Bluff and Helrna and all landings on Arkan sas river (tri-eekly). T uesday, Thursday and Hdtur lay, at . AH landingson the Missis sippi river south (semi weekly), Tuesday and LJtur.lay, au All landings on Missis sippi river north (semi weekly, Monday and Sp.m. l&lia.m. 6 p.m. i p.m. 10 a.m. 11 a.m. 4 p.m. 10 a.m. I p.m. lla-m. 9 a.m. 4 p.m. 8 a.m. 4 p.m. 9 a.m. 4 p.m. Thursday, at. 9 a.m 3.30 p.m. JOSIAH CELOACH.P.M. BY TELEGRAPH. MIDNIHIIT DISPATCHES. WASIIIXGTOS. Wihikoto, June 16. IoformBtion baa been received here that the Fifteenth Amendment bag been ratified by both bouses of tbe Florida Legislature. Tbe vote in tha Assembly wag 26 against 13, and in the Senate 13 against 8. Tbe Military Commission that con vened at Austin, Texas, on the 19 h of September, 18G3, tinder order! of the War Department, to try James Werner, a citizsn, for the murder of another citizen named James, have completed their labors by finding theacensed gnihy of murder in the first degree, and sen tencing him to be hanged; and the find ings having been submitted to the Presi dent, and by him approved, he directs the sentence to be carried oat on the 24th of September. Tbefiadioesof the court-martial which convened at Atlanta, Georgia, on tbe 15th of Jaly, 1863, wherein private Henry Mayatt, of Company B, 16 h U. S. In fantry, was triad for the murder of a negro named Henry Gillespie, and found guilty, b?irg submitted to the President and bj him disapproved, tbe prisoner was or dered to be discharged from custody and from the service of the United States. The Medical 8ociety of the District of Columbia will soon be required to act on the application of a negro physician to become a member. Judge Paschal!, attorney for Texas, has demanded of George Peabody k Co., of London, through Dabnsy, Morgan k Co., their New York boose, $160,C00, realized bv tbftn in Texas indemni y bonds, cov. ered by the decision in the case of Texas ts. White and Chiles. Texas will prob ably recover tbe money without litigation. A negro named Nichols has been ap pointed Nifcht Surveyor of Customs at e S - - stir,- fc3 u it e ? J IHilAl BOVS' 39-116 Gilveston, Texas. He is a native of Virginia. , . ; .. " " 1 t Intellietnce has been received at the Internal Revenue office of the existence of a large number of illicit distilleries in Lee county, Virginia, on the Kentucky border, and of a combination among them to resist the laws. - Commissioner Delano has taken measures to enforce the laws there, and compel tbe payment of the taxes, even if it should become necessary to call on tbe military for aid. The Secretary of the Treasury has di rected Van Dyke, the Assistant Treasurer of New York, to make his purchase of bonds for the last week in this month, an Taesday, 20th, instead of Wednesday, so that the account may be returned here before the first of July. He has also in structed Van Dyke to purchase bonds to the amount of f 620,000 at either of the next two weekly purchases, in addition to the regular purchase of $1,000,000; in order to increase the sinking fund, by tbe close of the fiscal year, to the propor tionate amount for the four months of the present administrative law requiring one per cent, of the entire debt to be pur chased during each fiscal year for that fund. st. lomg. St. Loms, June 16. Charley Galla- , gher has challenged Tom Allen to fight 1 him for $1,000. In his challenge, Galla-1 eher recoenizes Allen as the winner1 of the fight yesterday, notwithstanding j the decision of tbe referee. Tbe acconnts published this morning scoot the idea of Allen committing a "foul" on McCoole. ' It is announced to-night that McCoole claims that Allen gouged him, and that the decision of tbe referee was in accord ance with the rules of the prize ring; but McCoole says he has no desire to take advantage of it, and bas sent a challenge to Allen to fight him for $5,000 within three months, and not more than one hundred miles from this city. The North Missouri railroad has com menced selling tickets to San Francisco for $158 35, under the arrangement just entered into between tbe Union and Central Pacifies roads. BOSTOX. Bostob, June 16. President Grant arrived this morning, and after break fasting at tbe St. James, he left nnder the escort of the Legislative Committee and a company of guards, arriving at the State House about eleven o'clock. An immense mass of people greeted bim on the route. Secretary Boctwell, Admiral Farragut, Governor Chamberlain and several other civil and military dignitaries were in the President's suit. Oo reaching the State HouBe, the President was welcomed by Governor Claflio.- Tbe President responded to Governor Claflin as follows : " It affords me great pleasure to visit the capital of tbe State which bas done so much for my support, and for the support of the Union in time of tbe great rebellion a State whose principles did so much to give me what ever political position I have attained, and a State from which I have received such a hearty welcome in other days." NASHVILLE. i Nashvilli, June 16. Gentlemen from Knoxville, who arrived to-day, confirm the report that tbe Knoxville Whig (Seoter's organ) is about to change sides. It will, they allege, hoist the Stokes flag to-morrow. Tbe change is tbe rejult of the fact that a majority of tbe owners of the Whig, which is a joint stock con cern, are tor stokes, me uocirine or universal suffrage does not seem to take in East Tennessee, and the friends of Stokes here are becoming more confi dent SEW lUHIi. New Yob, June 16. A schooner cleared from here for the Bahamas with gunpowder and rifles for tbe Cubans. In the prizs fight at Cayauga Lake, on Saturday, McGuire was killed, in the ninth round, by a powerful blow from Donnelly, who escaped to Canada. CANADA. Ottawa, June 16. In the House of Commons, last night, Hon. Mr. Rose an nounced that the Government bad de cided to ab&Bdon tbe new banking scheme, and to extend tbe bank charters expiring in June to June, 1870. FOHE1U.V. Madrid, Jane 16. In the Cortes yes terday tbe future form of government was discuesed. Senor Ojhar was for tbe speedy election of a King. He pointed ont the advantages of a monarchical government, which was more consistent with the traditions of the people. 'He himself preferred the selection of Djn Carlos. Senor Dereacco contended that the prospects of Djn Carlos were ex tinct. Libbjv, June 16. Bio Janeiro dates to May 17th have been received. The news from the Poraoa is unimportant. General James Watson Webb, the Ameri can Minister, had taken his passports, owing to questions at variance between himself and the Brazilian Government relative to claims against tbe ship Canada. Tbe government has expressed a deter mination to treat at Washington through its own representative. LosDox, June 16. Advices from Hong Kong to May 27th have been received, The Chinese Government had apologized for the insult to the Secretary of the French Legation. General Q. A. Gi!moTS, who battered down Fort Pulaski duriog the war, has now been ordered to Savannah to repair i: fHT TDT C3 FINE CLOTHING AND 24 5 MA. IN. STREET. Poracror ImpIe-A fjsslted 8ta Senator la New waio. T,m hs rhlnavn Post. 10th. The Evening Pott does not oare a horn button for Freemasons or Freema sonry : but it has respect enough for pub- lie decency 10 do willing w ruuuiu-uiTc, and cant like tbat 10 waicn oeoaior i-uni-indulged yesterday, in his speech before the Anti-Secret Society Convention in this city. We quote from the Tribune t rtport of last evening i session : . , " He said tbat a citizen of Jackson ;ila told him that Robinson would not be convicted of the marder of McCon nell because he was a Freemason. The speaker contended tbat these organtza- Hons were antagonistic to m cuumrj, .nd had no Christ. Tbey have taken away the Lord, and we know not where tbey nave laid mm. us am not e uuw ministers could leave their congrfgUions and go into lodges. Applanse; and a voice, 'How can tbey doit?' He re garded a man going into a lodge as turn- " ... si - . TT ...J . I. ing Lis back on vnriBi. ao waoieu iu Convention to take nign ana niear Krouua. Cries of 'Amen,' 'Amen.' 'He com mended the course of tbe Convention, and aaid tber would not have an easy victory cries of 'no,' 'no'; it was prob- . . i:i. k: ably fleam tor a political mau nan mm to express his sentiments, for armies and machinations "were opposed to them. Rsnrat anrintiea are oroscriDtive and op posed to the safety and government of tbe Kepuouc. j.a.ppiauBB. j Now this is the merest Pecksniflianism in which a public man ever indulged, and no one kaows it better than the member of tbe Senate of the United States who uttered the words in question. For Sen ator Pomeroy, the prince of monopolists and subsidiflts, whose reputation in Wash ington, whether justly or urjastly, is more unenviable than that of any other man in tbe Senate, to arraign thousands and tens of thousands of men in this the latchets of whose shoes his nccleao fingers are unworthy to unloose, in this manner, is, though in keeping with tbe past career of a demagogue, shame ful indeed. The question is the Sena tor having got rich during his career in Washington, we suppose, with his faoe all tbe while turned to Christ what does he want now T What new scheme is to be put through t :. lbs HethodUta Probable) rniom of tbe Church Korth and Sooth. We published some weeks ago an in teresting . correspondence between the bishops of tbe MethodiBt Episcopal Church and tbe Methodist Episcopal Church South, on the eubjeot of a re union of these two large and influential religious bodies- Their rennion pro mises much to the future welfare of our conntry. We oublish (he following appropriate article from the Rackport (Indiana) Journal: TBI TWO METHODIST CHURCHES A SUB JICT CF VATIONAL ISTKBEST. " The separation between tbe Metho dist Episcopal Church North and the Methodist bpiBCopal (Jburcn soutn was an event of painful interest to the thoughtful American mind when it oc curred, twenty-live years ago next month. v. i . i.: i L : 1 "Oilliciaua rrjuiceu, wuiiv bvuicbujcu wept Tbe severing of this church bond a tie tbat united a lares and influential body of Cbristians from Maine to Texas was a sad and sorrowiui event, wnen the General Conference was discussing the question of division, and laboring on tbat unfortunate 'plan of separation,' men outside, moved by political con siderations, were urging the separation, hue another class was nrging some mode of settlement that would not involve-division. 'It was tbe entering wedge of the dissolution of our coun try,' said an able statesman. Both parties were honest and ialous in their views. Whatever of mis taken zeal, passion, prejudice, error or sin there was in it, this is not the time to consider it. Let the dead bury its dead. Let ns think of the present and hope for the future. Recently there bas been an interesting correspondence' between the Bishops of the two benches of the Church. Tbe correspondence leaves tbe question in the snaps tbat, whatever is done toward reunion, the in itiative, the overture must be made by tbe Methodist Episcopal Cborch. So let it he let the initiative be at once taken. Let no questions of dignity, prerogative,, or mere conventionality deter or delay the movement What is to be gained by delay, or by remainicg as we uow are, 'two bandsf On the other hand, the good if the world and the glory of God are to be promoted by action and reun ion. Tbe enemies of Christ rtjoiced it was the dark hour of triumph to tbe am bitious and wicked when we separated. Let eoosl men and good angels have oc casion to shout the reunion. When con summated, may it be the glorious rain bow of promise that this great and happy Methodist family mT never again be io undated with disaffection, schism and disunion." Persiffnv and Mannas are the richest of the leading Bonapartists. Rochefort says that " Persigny entered into the coup detat conspiracy because he was at tbat time so poor that he was unable to pay his tailor's bill," and as he was now so wealthy, he would, to save his properly, bs one of the first to desert tbe cause of Napoleon, in case the imperial cause should be seriously endangered. Rev. Reaie Hammond was fbe first Methodist minister who preached in the Stale of Indiana. This was in the year 1819, nnder a walnut tree near where the State House now stands. $15 GET THE BEST. $13 Sent br Expro.r. Cash on Delivery. The Cennlne Oreide Geld Watcbeo, TMPROVED ASD MAKCPACTCRKD BT L u ar all tba tt maka, bunting eiMi, floclr ebaaad and beautifully namelld. natant and dataehed lavtra, lull Jew. led, and avarr watch perfectly rtgulated and aiattad, and ocaaaitTisp av via coaraxv to keep correct time, and wear and ant taruiih, but retain aa appearanee equal to solid gold aa long aa worn. Tbeae celebrated watcbe wa are now sending ont by mail and ei nreee, O. U. I)., anywbera within tbe United htaiea and Canadaa, at tha regular wholesale price, payaaleoa delivery. fn MOKKT ts niqriaiD i anviara. a. wa prfer (bat all should receiva and see ike good. nature paying lor mem. A Single Watch to ausy Aeldreaa, SIS. A elab ef six. with aa extra watch to tha agent teiditic the e.ub, I); making seven w.trhe. far AUo. a snperb lot of most elegant Oreide l,D.m, or tbe latest and most co-tiy sty lea ana riirD.. lor lauiee eon atmiemen . wvr, from tea to forty incbes 1a length, at price, of lit. 14 and each: seat wb,n old red with wat-h at tbe regular wholesale prices. lieerihe tbe watch reqaire-l, whether Wlr or sentlemeB'a sue, and address year order. ana levers to TBS OROID1 WATCH CO.. oawSo t 14r Fniton street, Kew York. 33? , , fMIIXI! GOODS, PRINTING. GOOD WORK-CASH PRICES I Pnnetnallty Before All Things! WHIT MORE & 00., 4 ' Proprietor of THE PUBLIC LEDGER STEAM JOB PRINTING HOUSE No. 13 Madison Street. HAVIXO ROW IS FULL AND COM plot operation tha Book and Job Departments af this EXTENSIVE ESTABLISHMENT, we take this mode of calling tha attention of OnV eatrnn. and fmn.la anil tUm nnLlirt rally, io our NKW Steam Arrangements. This oiEoe is bow the LARGE ST An J Best Appointed IN THE BOTJTHWEST, Anil ftfll iim.l tA in. In th. V.n u . Its facilities for executing Printing of every variety and In any color. ill Kinds of Work Executed, Either la Plain or Ornamental Typa, Plain Black, Colored lulu, COLO LEAF AID BROHZIS, Iniaver manner known to tha profession, at homo and abroad BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS Printed with now type-latest styles. Ornamental, Plain and FiBCy Steamboat Printing la a manner nngorpaasable. CONSTITUTIONS Printed In elegant style. VH large assortment of type tor SHOW BILLS AND FOSTERS II not excelled to the United States. LABGE PICTOBIALS Oaa be as readily and cheaply dona at this omoe as uey are la the Jaut, ead la as HANUHOMK MTYLKi Wa have la oar offise the Carat-east Blare X'rewaes Now in nse, together with STEAM JOIJIJEHH, Walok enaitles as to print CARDS AND BILInEADS WITH GREAT CILI&ITT. Wa have a SPLENBID ASSORTMENT ef small Plata and fancy Job Letters, saitabfe for FINE WORK. Business Cards and CIrealan la the Beet 8171, with tuitoble engrav ings representing bosiaeee. D I 1' L O M A H 1 for Schools aaS Cellerea, Printed Bqoal to Copparplat. Partlealar etteattoa (tvaa te , Steamboat & Ballroad Printing. IlLAMi BOOUS.' With printed tin.ll, twtfcer with every klad Of Plata aad fancy Work.doae wit diei-atoa. B. J . S:E:M M ES B. J. HKMMKS, WHISKIES: YAN N ISS EE, WESTMORELAND, Robertson County; BOURBON, PURE R Y E , AND A VARIETY OF OTH ER GRADES OF WHISKEY FOR COUNTRY TRADE. BANKING. w to CO W -SZ! M tH Pm O M tH fH CO H W as . t . 5, an a P- a. M ? V5 o . - o . a H ' S3- us 00 "35 (U o 00 a aa O cn K W CO a , U art -1 a Eat as COTTON FACTORS. OWEN, McNITT & CO., RECEIVING, rOHWASDINO AND General Commission Merchants, LIE BLOOD, ' UNIOH STREET, - . MEMPHIS, TENN. STAll rnlnn T.L.u. .If... TJ..J eonsigned to ns Insured, unless otherwise in structed. Bagxing, Hope and other Supplies furnuhed at the lowest market price. 13 81 PATENT PUMP. -A.. BALDING'S DOVBLE-ACTIKG 8VBVCBUI.D FORCE PUMP, Patented August 8, 1SC5. MANY THOUSAND "F THEM H.1V1C ku. rinrinaT thm TjaUtt tour V SaiS. and have prnved a prfect .uoceas, as t hoo- reads ot eertincates eouia oe proiowo i deem it unneoesarr, as tbe Pump will e how for iUelf and prove all its qualities oa exsi nin- "i'tU a Pomp which Is oltlmate'y destined to supereede all other Pnmps now in nse. for th... .j m ole feu : First, the cylinder is inade of solid flint glaas.aad It undoubted y will last one hundred years, and still oe gooa aa er-jr. Second, it will never give any bad terte to the water, or rust it. Third, it will never wear nut, itslto put the working part out of order. Fourth, tha Plunger working la ala"i w'' last as long a. ve ia Iron or wood, rilth, the valve, are made of glaaa, and are so placed that it Is impossible tor tnem to get out ol order. Siltta. th. conducting hip. is manufactured of wrought iron, galvaaistd inside and out, making it perfectly free fresa rait. Seventh, no water .land, in the pipe to get warm in summer or frees. In winter, and requires no priming to start it. Eighth, It is the best hand fire engine ever invented. It will f-rce the water Imra any common well or eiftern to I he top of tbe highe.1 dwelling, at the rate ol tenty gallons per minute, hintb, its whole eenrtructioa is so simple aad complete tbat renders it leae liable to get out of order than any pump yet inv.nted, and mare, it the cheapest on the continent. Vt hen a its qual ities are felly enderstood o one will be with out it. It will save its eot in Insurance, and many time, save valuable property. Uavingeatab thea a factory in the eify ef Memphis. Teua . for the ma- ufa'ture of these Pumps, we are ew prepared to furnish tbem. at wholesale or reUil. to all parties ensaged or wuhlng te engage is the buiBesa. Prices for Issla Paisssp, Cewaplete t For Pump It feet long. SI per fopt $2 18 " 1 Ml If W m JJm 1M " 30 OU and trty etnU per foot for every additional font aswAgents wasted frr thTs Pomp, either kuv eeuBiy rights and sell the Pamps. on wbica a libermJ diieoant will be given to the whole sale trade, aad ae charge f jt tbe tight ef Km- Allerders for tb's Pump l sd 'reread BALDISa. PKKtWXiir CO., 59-S4 No. 40 JeHersee St., Mempbia. x??rrzi , i ..fi ni SUMMER WINES .... . .,.,. i :' .. CLARETSi v CALIFORNIA (WHITE), 1 CATAWBA (WHITE) Concord RedL . To Whom It may Concern. YANNISSEE WHISKEY! HAVING. LEARNED T1IAT PAR ties In Louisville, Cincinnati and this eity pretend to sell tho "Yannif.ee" Whiskey, wo hereby give notioe that wo will bring suit for damages against any RESPONSIBLE party we may discover attempting to sell this brand of Whiskey, an it will publish thein as selling a bl'U HIOUS article. Wo have had tbe sole nse and oontrol of tbo "Yannissoo" brand for nearly twenty years, and none Is geruina without our brand on the barrel. D. J. BF.MMF.S 0., . . 834 Second Street. THANSPORTATION. Mississippi Yaliey Kaylgatlon Co. ' 01 the South and West. Office No. 12 Jefferson street, Memphis, Tann. Capital Stock Bhares SlasseNSSSMSeMMsseeatsSM 1.000,000 $100 each. BOOICS FOR SUBSCRIPTION TO THE oarvital stack of the Company are open at this offi ce, where parties may subscribe either in money or lands ' ot F. T. ROCKKTT. Agent. Qixiclz Time East. Louisville Boote Alwajs Ahead. : SPBIBTQ SCHEDULE, ! , COMMENCING MAT 2, 1869. BOCBLK DAlLTTnBOroH TBAIHS WILL ECB: AS FOLLOWS 03 THI Memphis & LooIsTllle B. B. Line. LeaveTiemphfsf city time) 3:45 a.m.. , 2:45 p.m. Leave MeinphmtUl. time) 4:0O a.mt 3:00 p.m. Morning train from Memphis does not run on Sunday. Leai eMemphtsfRd. time) 5:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m. Arr I to at Nashville 11:45 p.m. 6:80 am. (T.eeping cars on evening train from Memphis to Louisville and M'emphis to Naiuville. Throngh TleTketa, tit Keel need Bates, Can be procured at tbe Company's Offlci. 237 Main street, and t Depot, head ot Main atreet. W Baggage Checked at depot, or by tbe Memphis City Transfer Company, at Hotels, private residences, or on board boats, to all principal pointaKaat and North. , Telegraph OOloe in Ticket Office, 23?H ain street. SAM. U. JONES, Superintendent, PFT.T, HOWTTLL. Pasfenyer Agent. 2-t TRUST SALES. rpHVNTKE'H SALE. IN PURSUANCE JL of a deed of trost ma.le and executed to me as ttustee by Joba C. Lanier, of the oounty of Shelby and State of Tennessee, whioh is ef record in the Kegister's office of the said oounty of bbeiby and State alcresnid. In Record Book No. 6.' i, pages 873, 374 and 376, to secure certain debts and liabilities therein mentioned and part'.cularly described in said trust deed, and espfxrially to pay oQ a judgmeut rendered in tha Chancery Court of Memphis, en the 1st day of December, IMS, in the cane of Ttiaddeus Nr rris and other, vs. Jubn C. Lanier and his s mrities, named In said trust deed; I shall pr ooeed ai trustee to sell on the 1st dsy of J uly n ext, on the premises, tha following described beet of land, lying about one and os e half I diles east of the oenter of the city of Memphis. I ihelby oounty, Tennessee, en tho south aide of Union avenue, and known as the homa place or residence of the party of the first part, con taining about 6S acres, the boandarie ot vrbicb are marked by the picket fence surrounding it. 8 aid tract of lands will be dividud into lot. of convenient and suitable site. Terms of sale: -One-fourth cosh ; balance on a credit of four, eight and twelve months, with interest from date, taking the purchaser', note, and trust deed to recure the payment ef the same. Equity of redemption is waived, and the title of tha purchaser will be absolute. JUiiN P.TRJZEVANT, M.in Tnwtnn REMINGTON'S FIKE ABUS. Hold by tbe Trade Generally. A Liberal Disoonnt to Dealers. 200,000 Fnrnlabed C S. OOTernment. Army, Navy, Belt. Police and Pocket Revol vers; H creating and Vet Pocket l'utols and Rifle Cnni s, u-ing Metallic Cartridge. Breeoh loading and Revulving Rifles. K. REMINOTOJT A ROSS, Illou.Kewr Torkt. l-t The Southern Advertiser. EaUbUsfaad In 1858.5 Leading Organ of the German Popula tion of the Southwest. LOVI WUKDKSHAir, Editor aad Prop'r OFFICE Coa. Taian a J iriaao art. In PoaUxffloa Bnildlnc, Memphla. Term. - it i t..M tMml.llAH tbffsnnrh eat the city and State offer, business mem aa excellent opportunity to maa vueir known to toe thousands of O'nnans u vingia bis aeotlon of th cocntf ySzL- JATA3IAISSI! What l It? Where Is It? SPALDINO'S JATAMANSI HA1B K generator is a sure cure for baldness, and tt warranted a . restore wrmj uair w , oolor ; proven u tbe hair from falling on. ana remorei oanaruu; fl i enectual rvre ror nervous b". ":- . ding at Co. Proprietors, Kvaasvilla ChemiceJ "-Li ,V . eo-.w DUTJTEPtt C.n.. SIR Main Street. Itinera J A.enU for Memphis, li-9-aa Low, lower, Lowest. yr E JJA VE IS STORE AND TO ARRIVE, Western P rodnce General!, Con eist Irn , la part, aa follows I All arrtMlf-s Fit r, blgrlteet te leweet aielre bliss, -arled Cera Mea.ll stll werlellea Hm i aad EssUbsj Pelatevre Tlsietrert be at Hey, Corss, Ossta, Brass, Uanev Cvsnesat, rittltr, etc. All ef which we e Tor Lower than tha Lowest. W. P. WRIODT A CO.. 2i W No. 11 Monroe street. GO,, JLVO, W. DAWSON : BRANDIES: J. ft- F. Pinet Castillon & Co. , OTABD, DUPDY. & CO, PLiVlVAT & CO., JAMES HENNESSYi - AND - VIRGINIA PEACH AND .A. ? 3? .Hi IE3 PUBLIC DIRECTORY. ABBURY CHAPEL (MKTUODIST), COR. Hernando and Linden streets. BOWMAN. C II., MACHINIST AND Soale Factory, 2U2S Main street. Special attention given to repairing scales. 11)4 CI LAPP, VAiNC" ANDERSON, ATTOR J neys-at-Law. H Madison tront, Memphis. C CALVARY CHURCH (EPISCOPAL), CORi J Second and Adams St.., Rev. Dr. White. CENTRAL MKTUODI8T CHURCH, 18 Union street. Rev. W. M. Pattcrson.pastor. ( 1HRIST1AN CHURCH, COR. LINDEN kj anu mninerry street., itev. jur. Uaskey. pONGRKGATIONAL UNION CHURCH. vumn .trqpi., oofc. ipirw anu IFOSOtO, lONaitKOATION BEN UMETU (ISRA- jiLiiici, cor, oeconq anu nionroa sts. flOMBERLAND PRESBYTBHIAN Church. Court st, bet. Seoond and Third. D ICKINSON. WILLIAMS A CO. COXluN r acwfB, si.' irons HirOT.. WIS H ER, AMIS A 00.. MARBLR-WORK8 iram ripe.oor.aaims and Second sts. PIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. SECOND a pv.i sj vjtaj nuniiin, IVPT. Ae Jo. MUlfir 'IRST METHODIST CHURCH. fiKCOND flRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. COR. aaisu a mm Oil UUIH. Rffl i5PAL). HEh: tivv" uimo aim v noe. ilZfAZA-Z: y-' V1'1? BMUJfiH f ""''Bi our, uiiipn ana jnain. oH-j M .7. ... mutavut Deineii D'ocr. EM PHIS i OHIO RAILROAD DKl'OX DticMi vi main eiroei. Lsiuaai, ;u, tutin.K, ATXORMEY AT L Law and Solicitor in Bankruptcy. Offioe. No. 6 Conrthonse. oor. Union and Second sts. UOUCB COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. No. TlTyTniH TT v-v tatt w" ". .' 1 r OSTOFFlCBt COR. JEFFKRSON Alffb R OYSTER, TRKZEVANT a CO., AUO- RUSSELL'S PRIVATE MEDICAL D1S ponsarv. 40 and il North C7 Tinware. Grates. Mantels, in Main street. uunuuisa s UUJXUAA, Al'TORNliYS-AX. aw. iv m allium at., mempnis, Tenn. CKMMJW, B. J. A CO., PURE wInkS O Whisitiesar-d Brandies, 2.M Second street. Siiuwiiu rnwiJiiMiua UHURCU, cor. Main and Peal streets. QOUTHRRN LIFE IN8UR NCE t'OMP'Y, O n Madison street. F. M. White. President. CT. rETER'S CHURCH (CATHOLIC). COR. O Ada.-ns and Third streetB, ST. MARY'S GERMAN CHURCH (CATH OLIO), cor. Market ad Third streets. OT. LAZARUS CHURCH (EPISCOPAL). O Madison street, east of Third. ST. MARY'S CHURCH (EPISCOPAL). Poplar street, near Alabama. TRADERS, COTTON FACTORS. NO, .124 Front s'reet. H2 f MTHITMORR A CO., STEAM JOB PRIN. ter.. 11 Mndlsnn street. INSURANCE. 0 0 0 0 0 2 - saa H H 35 VI H' wj b9 o o Wei r. st n . . o . U A . -2 aaa 0 - a g ..-si ggs sf 5 -4 sa H s g 9 to H 91 a - fx 5 pi S . M o.6. 1 8 ts 0' t p. E3 o 65 is, P4 MEDICAL. Tha symptoms of liver oomplaiot are uneasiness and pain in the side. Sometimes tne pain is in the shoulder, and is mis. taken for rbeumatisnt. The stomach is .fleeted with lins of appetite and ifcknevs. bowels in eene- eral eostive. sometimes alternating with lax. 1 he head is troabled with pain, and dull, heavy srf.ttrn. considerable logs of memory, accom panied witb painful sen sation of having left un done something which 1 11TD f ouh' 10 ave been done. LI I L II lOltea complaining of lew spiriu. bemetime. soma of the above symp toms attend the disease. and at other time, very few of them: but the Liver ia .ener.l y the organ swat involved. Cure tha Liver with DB, SI MM OSS Liver .Regulator, A preparation of root, and herbs, warranted te be strictly vegetable, and cau do no injury to anyone. It has been used by hundreds, and knewa lor tne last tairtysve years as oneot the moat reliable. efEcacioui and h armltrs prep ar.tinn. ,T,r -rd to the .uffering. It taken regularly and persxtently it is sure to cure dyspep sia, headache, jaundice, onetiveneea. sicx head aho, ehronic diarrbara, affMtlnns of the bladder, camp dr'entery.anection. eft e kidneys, ferer. ner- REGULATOR. of the .kin, impurity of tbe blood, melancholy or dernesion of spirits, heartburn, colic er psina in the bowe's, pain in tiio bead, ferer and ague, drop?, boils, pain ia back aad limb., asthma, errsipelae. lemala ailectionj, ana bilious disraMS generally. Prepared eniy Kg J H. ZHI.I A CO., Druggists, Macon, ta. Pr ce, r I ; by uiailtl Ji. iluadred. of highly resectable ar-ns can fully attret to the virtue, of this vsiuahie med. icint,aad to whom we can easily relernV t 72 tm333333w .uui-ii. , viiiii., aiHAMI SIH3I0XS'