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4 i,r f I V! ! 1 1 ?4 0 J jVifliL LETTED LIST. 1 wuaod. an cheer for the uSSi?! - - M aiemoir'i spent light went nt t And thus h. Jar, - - oaflcricr, bereft of power. And We, its rifil kept i iTO' heroic spirit faltereth not ! B ifZ 1" de"?t-'he anguish wept o-cauaeihe was forgot. Dew hands were en lira borw JJere ! dost ihon not know sw now V ' Ale! he knew not one : Another came, .K-.-'r'.M? 1 U P' w t1"1 cheering tons Knowest ihoa not me T The silence m tbe same ; He groped is gloom alone. One queitloa moro Hlh no last prayer for Freedom' cenlhless cs.dk? J bfrtB ! So ta'y eann-h of Tore r' They beat ia breathless panse : And tbea oh, tben ! It earned as If a blaze of glory bright Had I cleft the quickly gathering gloom ia twain And .wept away the night. Tbe duU eye gleamed tv V 0ne iaC w Hghted op with joy , V gnnd ceI""t"" radiance beatni d W nun dtath could not destroy 'God, sate the trampled Eight" r., ?P 0t lori trlpt and stars ! tiOM roKETaal Comrades! to tbe flzbt!" Kwied were all his wars. , ' Howasjb Olxht.. ' " ,PrLE fTERS remaininpiathe POST OFFICE B? K A-:3PH13, Tenn., for-ihe tjme'endingvjune I- F usher Uco' The Two Bio;s. (Prom the Chicago Tribnno. J Some time since a young Irish girl, who, for want of a better name we will call Ellen Mc Carthy, "lored not wisely but too well" a young Englishman from Shrewsbury, Enc land. This was ia Cartel, Tipperary county, , Ireland. It is the same old story of love, tV daction, and desertion. Before their separa tion, and as a pledge of Lis promise of mar riage, Trowbridge presented Ellen with a pe culiar ring having a green stone at the top. u,)on wmtn was cut a rose. A duplicate ef nimseii wora The youn man was reputed wealthy, had business to transact, and a few days after the engagement be left for England, promising soon to return. Ellen shortly afterwards received a letter from her faithleu swain, stating his determination to emigrate to America, from whence he would write for her. Trowbridge did sail for this country and arrived at Sew York in July last. There he railed to obtain employment, and soon after landing got engaged in some criminal transac tions, and . m tot the West to escape from the oScen i of justice. He came to Chicago in August, and went to work in an upholsterv tore as a salesman. Thb Dbover's Thick. u tricks in all trades," and we believe it. Here is a deveioproent in this direction, which the rur can aaa niS present stock of facts proving the truth of the adage : "Never buy a fat pig at Brighton," was the advice given us by one who had been there. "And why not a fat pig?" Cause you see they fat 'em too fast for the -Brighton market sometime." "How 80?" Why, you see, some of them west country dealers fetch their pigs in, pretty nigh skin and bone. Well, jest afore Fair day they gives 'era corn and aalt-nothin' but jest cnrn and lalt no twill no water. Next day pigs is amazm' thirsty. Then the sarpents gin 'em just as much water as they kin driDk. The pigs put into it, and keeps a drinken' and drmken. 'Sposen on an average they swaller about a bar'l apiece. That makes 'em look all filled out and sleek and heavy, I tell you. You car' one of them critters home and calculate you ve get a buatorin pile of pork, but last vou look in your hog-pen next mornin', and vou jt-u. uwmiug uuin nop-Trame, SKin an ""'- ai. vubu q t teu ine minin aoout tat pigs; , . t ihore, and i ve seen era mauutactur iow to Create a Gjmtixl Nkiqhbok uood and Makb it Pat.A New York cor- rcponaenioi tno rxewburyport says in a recent letter ti .ut Brooklyn : But the favorae mode cf the Brooklynite3 iwi iuitiuS itn.aigraiion irom mis side of the river and improving the value of the lots, is to build a church, then give away a few alter nate low, encuroDerea only with this slight condition that a fine four-story, brown-face uouse oe ereciea upon it, which finding accept ors, a genteel neighborhood is at oncecreated; and presto, the intervening lota go up like magic, and the original speculator is soon re warded by not only recovering the bread cast upon me wasers m tne shape of gratuitous lots, ous in sundry rich additions to his original wunajr, wuiuuspoeany puts nimupon the track ui uwuuiiug millionaire, xne iee avenue unurcn, wnicn has such a widely-extended reputation, has created a neighborhood and several fortunes by this process : while similar iiunakura uaye ionowea in similar speculations wim approximate ncn results. iiADIZS OHOUU) KKAD NlWSPAPIHS. It is a great mistake in female education to keep a young lady's time and attention devoted to oniy tne laanionable literature of the day. If you wouia quality her for conversation ycu must give her something to talk about, give " wutniiuu wiia me actual world, and it transpiring events. Urge her to read news papers and become familiar with the present character and improvement of our race. His tory is cf some, importance, but the past world is dead, and we have little comparatively tedo with it. Our thought and our concernsshould oa for the present world, to know what it is and improve ita condition. Let her have an Intelligent conversation concerning the men tal, political, and religious improvements of our time. Let the gilded anauals and poems on the center table be kept a part of the time covered with journals. Let the family men, women and children read the news papers. The artificial propagation ot fish has proved a complete success in Europe ; the Tay breed ing boxes, established in 1857, turn out 500,000 young salmon every year; the Irish breeding places have also succeeded admirably; the ar tificial lake at Huningue, near Basle, covering 70 acres, is doing much to repeoplethe ex hausted rivers of France with fish. Encour aged by European artificial pisciculture, several gentlemen on Long Island, at the villas in Westchester county, and up the Hudson, have tried it, and make no more of taking a string of fine trout ut of their ponds, than would an old-fashioned farmer a pullet from his barn yard. Orxat Speed. The speed of boys' sleds going "down hill," sometimes far excesds that of the fastest locomotive. A gentleman at Middletown, Conn, lately timed some boys "coasting " down one of the steep streets in that place, when he found that they went down at tbe rate of two miles per minute, or one hundred and twenty miles per hour. - pieasssay 1 Persons callinz.for Advertised." will LADIES LIST. lien mrs Sarah E Armstrong mrj J W Armour mrs Ayers mrs Amanda Bareg mrs Kate Backert miss Emms Beard mrs William D Bishop mrs Martha Biacke mrs Emma Bliss mrs C J-.ne Bonrk miss Keate Book mrs X VT Brooks mrs Victoria A Brown mrs Sophia A Brignole mrs A Buchanan miss A una J Caroers mrs J Canon miss Mary Callaghan Catherine Cane rori Marznret Clifton mrs Martha E Cook mrs Sarah Cola mrs Luov A 5 Crouch mrs Bettie Armstrong mrs Louisa.. Armour mra John D Avery mrs Suan E Axtell miss Elmira T Baeurle miss Mary Bell miss Jennie Babb nira Benjamin Block mrs Emil Blakemore mraCB B Blanche madam Boyer mrs Loamine J Bracken sirs Frank Brien mis Annie Brisco mrs Wm F Burnett mr9 E M Byer miss S Carroll Ellen Cameron miss Libbie H Casler miss mnry Church mrs H L Cole mrs L A Cook mrs marr A Craiz mi33 Curtis mrs Ophelia ,w.t JiHu Fiahor J S o 1 Ftchndi Henri fiack (i -i Fletcner A Moore HvfUuriy Vmt ! FiocrnoyACraitordFagAa f J ! Franklin FrazierDr ic v ii ir tIKtlt vi 1 loUor Go fitcn j m 1 iif g uta f'tuorao; Ji Frulc Hint i , Kreel O j 1 ' Foster A Aliabier Forsjth & ivii a FmgjOMa 4 T lialiaho Jch " Garrett Btrt Crates Wi!t " tirHDin Johl 6iikeyAAxt-r Glaa y John iff. Geo Teastman G E Tocum Kelson Zimmefmaa J in Zsidone 1 ZweiSl Dt 1 ' ZaciSe E , j Zenoglio Bono : ... . A. H. MARKLASD, Special Agent P. O. J. REVEILLE JOB PR1NT1X6 OFFICE. CurumiE'a miss Mary Ann Cunningham miss Mary A Coneo miss Maddalenor ! Friedman B lj:eil VV j 1 osttr 1 i luster m Early ! Fax a G Fosie Green V i Gage A U Oager Juhn J Gauavray Ccl S 6 Geliigher Jaa ! Garner Sam C Gariea Geo ) Garea ood A He- Gatto i H Koiht Qi'Xty O A ; Gi:l Andrewj A Gilifcliiau Jaraes ; Co Oibeia 4-.arl ' Gleaeoa Benry Glynn Michael 2 Grieshaber Jt , Gainare Jaa 1 GrvsrA G atjiwlman Gwynne Andrew tiwynbanil Gnthrte lr 4 : Gf ?gin. Trader A Gjre J T Gjiham W J liiit Gilbert Mess & Co Go ranch B I Giodtil M Go j Kr A Keeiey Graham A Jrtti , Graiit Capt Jaa A Grahivm A C Gregge Dr Ai GraneomieGVf Grnt.IE Gram A.laa'i Graham it Ward Griha.n John Graham Hes Oregory laiM 1 Grsckocpangh i H Gcehua Pat Green Pr Korwin Gretrn B 11 Greenitr AIti; GreenUw J 0 Greenlaw Vt'Bx Grider W H i Gntnn Kmt R V iv fir.ffiih w P t ( OLD APPEAL BUILDING. ) BOYS, Unci Sam has come Home to Tennessee- rally to that Glorious Old Flag. "WANTED! 140 ABLE-BODIED MEN! FOR Davie mrs W J Dew mrs P DeCardy mrs Fanny 2 Dills mrs Mollis Dresser wrs Susan M Dooner miss Ami Egger miss Mary Fackler mrs C x Fekus mm Chas L 2 Fitzpatrick miss Norah Fitzaimmona mrs ary FlaghaS miss Catherine Foster mrs Marr C Fnuer msiss P tyf Garrison mrs Barbara Gallery mrs Mary Gilmer miss Ixdge Graham mrs Ann Gregg mrs Lncinda Gorsuch Sarah E. Haire mrs Mary Ham miss Kancy Manner mrs MatilJa Hanna mrs G W Hartly mrs Bodger Ung mrs Elizabeth Henry mrs C 3 Hewett mrs Catharic- Henderson mrs Susan . Hunter mrs mary C Holihan mrs Eugene J Howard mrs Viva T Higgius mrs Elizabeth Jenkins miss Jennie Jones mrs J Riley Jones mrs Rebecca Jones mrs H B Kay mrs R L Keeley mri Margaret Keller mrs Sallie 8 Klein misa Victoria Kline miss Aatrie C Lawler Eliza De master mrs TVm P Lewie mrs L S Liego nrs Rebecca Looney mrs R A Dove mrs Anna i Lynch mrs John Lynn mrs x J McATenny mrs xary x Mcrarthv mrs Jolm V' Toaald catherinr M..-Geheeri.9t-f?E Mcuorham mrs Mo.Kiney mrs Catherine MoSorley mrs x o Wahaffcy mrs J T Hazuire mrs x A Matins mrs Catherine Martin mrsil B Macoe miss Meia madame F Megest mrs Margarets Minter mrs Elira A 81 ills miss Wc Mia mrs Mary Murie miss Mary Bloran miss Mary Montgomery mies Annie Morns mrs Mary Myers mrs A 8 Kenson mrs Louisa Nabirk miss Sallie Newman miss F W Noel miss Mapgie Noeller mrs Emma Orue Mrs Anua M Packer mrs H B Park mins Sallie 2 Paul mrs Frand H Pendleton mrs P Pickett mrs Ed Burke Pooley mrs Louiva Proctor mrs Prity Kow mrs Amelia Rawlings miss Rnchael Raphel mas Jennie Keid miss Laura Reister mrs Addie E Rohien miss Margaret Bosebroughs A W M Eafferans mrs Sallie Zanders miss Eliza Servey miss J M Sco'.t mrs Martho A Shriver mrs Wm 2 Spivey mrs callie 2 Spain mrs J E I Staub mrs Katharina Stedmtm mrs James O Sullivan mrs taaryA L Sullivan mrs Anna Sullivan miss Anua Thompson mrs xarv E Tobey miss xary Ac Tucker mrs x A Vance miss xary E Vergsrson mrs Kate Vigus mrs xary 8. Wallace mrs xary Waterman mrs Levi Walker mrs Jane Wash mrs a.tv J Western xrs W' V Webb mrs A Webb mrs EL western mrs W W W helan Sister Helen v heeler mrs margaret c Williams mrs Harriet Wiley mrs Julia V Woodson miss mmnie L Wray mrs Cornelia m Taney mrs martha P Toung miss Ameta Yurly mrs John Zanone mrs James Denson misa Bettie Dencey mrs Jane Diil mrs Elizabeth 3 Dixon mrs Sally Doorgarr mi 83 Kate I niou Street, Between Main and Front Row. Grimee Jno W ! Hack Wm liaiDer H Hamlin W B Hall Vt Joseph Giiffiih W P Groeveser H M Groves David) Hackejt Wm Hahn Cypt (A 2 U&iner C Haile C H ! U-tUahiU EiairJ Uallida) S B n an tromu & tiau THE proprietors of this paper are prepared to print in the best style, any number of Posters, Co Elliot Margaret Fagan mrs R FiK.e mrs Sarah Fitzpatrick xarparet Fergeson mrs Elizabeth Fowler mrs J W Frity mrs Catherine Francioli mrs matilda Garside mrs Samuel Gage mrs A 11 Gibbs miss Griffin mrs W P Goodiett errs Bnsan E Hammonds miss Caroline Harringion mrs Kate Harrington mrs Bridget Hanly mrs Fanny L Hargan mrs xargaret Holbiter xaria Heaiey miss Rosa Henderson mrs C C Hunt mrs Adelaide Huls mrs G F Hopkins mrs E Hicliler mrs R Jenison mrs Elizabeth Joiner mrs L C Jones mrs aureus Kealey miss Johana Keene mrs Harriet Keley Ellen Kirk mrs Elizabeth T.eibfried mrs Terre E Lee mrs xary Leusday mis'Ellie I.e Master mrs Penelope Lonsdale miss xatilda E ' Lung mi8s Christina I yons mrs Susan x La Rue mrs Emma E Mcconnell mrs Rlcbsrrf 2 Mct)avstt mrs xars S McGary mrs McGary mrs Wm McKeil mrs Mcintosh mrs S B McQueen mrs Sarah T Markley mrs xargarett 2 Massey mrs B A 2 -Maguire mrs Mary March miss Katy Maxey mrs 1) J Morriwether mrs Nile Mechan mrs Sarah Milton mrs Wm E Miller mrs Catherine B Minter mrs E A Mulunky miss Mary Moulie madame Moorly mrs John K Montgomery mrs J DeWitt Nau mrs u Newport mrs Laura H Nelson mrs Emily Nove mrs John A Oldridge miss John Parsons mrs Amanda J Paynter M ary Pearce mrs Mary Phillips miii Sallie D Polk mrs Anna E Pol man mrs Lucy A Preston mrs Thomas Pryor mrs Emity Raglin mrs Elisabeth Ready mrs Anna M Rea mrs Nancy Craigie Rives mrs Jane Robinson mrs P E Rybert miss Ellen Sanders miss Mollie Sanders Eliza Ann Selden miss Kate i Slurly mrs Sarah c Smithwick miss Sallie E Spigel miss Sallie Stratton mrs Mary E Stanley mrs Hattie L Stewart mrs charlotte, Sullivan mrs xaryAnse Sullivan mrs sary Swope mrs Sarah Toof mrs Elizabeth Turner mrs charles Vanneman mrs George Vickry mrs John Wallace miss Virginia Wslter mrs Josephine 8 Walsh mrs wary S Wass misa Hannah Wells mrs- Hen T Webb mrs J L Weblermr3 Fredericks Western mrs Juliette W Whitmore mrs xary J White mrs martha Wible miss mary Ann Wilson mrs minna Woods mrs E T Tocum mrs G Yoeum miss Florence B Zweifel mrs Erustine; Hamilton 4-We!,l IIuidwe6kr J G Hanaeur Mr , Harbin Joee a IJart oe Jotia ' 1 Harper W E ' litt Wm f Baa well Ben tit Hawcb J Chrislln Hetniiicks Joh neiashelmer IJr PregrammH, Circulars, Harris H B U:tVy John H ! tiarmoii w m Hurt imm; i Harper dwurd Hart Chas j Harriin faniL E llohliues fiuck f Haynxe J W liarrii Edwin U ( HernWr F & Co Hedrick Mr 1 Htndrix S B Hcnrich V P ; aeaasy rat itecderaon Henry Hennmger Btdk cermnn i.onn !iir.S!e-l ca Ileseioo Tho( : BlUllumeT Kiit A B HitzfltldAig Heky Geo M Hughes James Hunt Slufbr : : Hontbein carl Hooton W Hungerford 31 j Humphreys J H Huntaoo chaa L Hoffman F i HntchiDs-n Wm 2 Unbbell Huston A Hubt-ell cha Hjlmd Wm co Horton A Hocrr noricn tstei & CO Morton It H A Co Hornshy Ja Hand Bills, BiU Heads, LIGHT ARTILLERY, FOR THE STATE OF TENNESSEE, To be mustered Into service at Nashville, for three years, or daring the war. Horse accoutrements and uniform furnished immediately. $ioo boxjistcy: And 160 ACRES LAXD when mastered oat of Renlce, ADAMS. EllPkU COMPANY. Pro nt "R o w, BETWEEN JEFFERSON MD By authority of GOV. AND. JOHNSON. Bills of Lading, Book Work, Draw Tickets, Homer Hecrr llorkius Tbos fiongh Jas A Hjlaii'si, chas Hcffsodt cha Hostel W J Hotier M Imwes L Horn J 8 Holmes J B Iibcrberg W Iveds Saml James Tho 3 James W P Jamei WM James H F James WmM Jameson J Joiner K S Judsou T H Jones GW Jones 4 Tags Jones A L Jones Ruben Jones W M 2 Jones M W Jones Wlills Johnston W F Johnston Saml J 2 Johnston Hat Johnson GD Johnson Ben Jonston Kev B W Johnston tph L Kstiiii- John E Karr W D K ashman II Kei:h Jchn M Kells Dr Louis Kemble H W Keich Milton Keddedv C Kiug H M Kiazie J Kianaway Tim Kline Ahbett Knapp O A Katharims K M Kraft K Kreill A J Ksnfmad S. Keeley Thos Keitte J M Kelsy H. F Keck O B K.anip I U Ken W U Kennedy J King Geo S 2 Kirkltv M A Klein Gab K nailer Wm F 2 Karr C C Knode S G Kranke! W 3 Hopkins Magi t Hoist A Sod Hnnslcger Tr I Uoward i W ; i Isaacs A &am I n Jame Joha D Jatnes I 3H Jeranld L N Ja.t L Jones B M Ji des W X Jones Rev Gilfcd I Johnston J cut- ; ming ' Johcsjn G D I Kamp ADdreas 1 Karnly John Keith A Lor ft y Kelley Pharohy K.-il & Co KejoghTim j : Kewz.er Joseph ' Kennig D H Kirk A Willilms ( Kinsey M Kline Harry Kaapp Cniiie i-F Kane JO Klines HJ Krane r F Bteaxaboat Work, Cards of All Description, Hotel Work, Blanks, And in lact anything in the line of PRINTING, ia the best style and as cheap as It can be done at any Print ing House in the city, je2g-tf THOMPSON A DAVISSON. NEW GROCERY HOUSE. 13-FROXT ROW, CORNER 0 F MONROE STREET. ! i! Fellow Citizens, it is to yon I appeal, who have been brow-beaten, hamssed and annoyed from the com mencement of this suicidal and unholy war, which must soon end, will yon shirk duty and depend upon friends from other States to come and guard us from the diabolical outrages of a self constituted oligarchy, in violation of every principle of humanity, or even common sense T No, my beloved countrymen, to the manor born, or adopted, come forward and register your names on the solitudes of time, as a beacon light to unborn millions, that we stand as Leocides at Thermopylae to guard against rebellion, that force may not usurp the place of law ; that one man's pro perty be not exposed to the violence of another ; that the common band of society be not broken ; that ar tifice and fraud may not prevail over innocence and simplicity ; that all things may rest in peace under the protection of the old Star-Spangled Banner, and the laws of one of the freest governments in the world that the weakest among the people may find sanctuary in the public authority, under the direction of old Vn- cle Sam, who always takes care of his soldiers, and pays all promises punctually. This company will be stationed at Nashville, in com fortable quarters, and if we only remain in the service six months our bounty and land will be promptly paid. Office in the Irving block, Second street. A. CLARK DENSON, Recruiting Officer. Til REE CHEERS FOR OLD TEKIl'ESSEE ! BUSINESS 'PiKlf Laffaran k Stratton Lane A Co F Langbein Hnmaun Lano Wm H Lawrence Wm D Lsfier David GENTLEMEN'S LIST. Arnold Geo, Apperly W Aeree J C Allen W V Allyn William L Andrews A H Andrews A Glis- son 2 Ashby Rev. Thos. Atkinson J H Atkinson Wade Autnan Wm C Averon i nos Bacly Robt BnctuB Dr E P Harnett Isaac N Barton James F Beecher Edw Aehtman Joseph Anderson Tho'tn Allen W R Allen Joseph H Amanett James J Amesbury George Anderson Ralph Anderson W G 2 Arnold rrank Arrmgton J J Atkinson C E Austin Edward Lewis C Leslie J M Lo'iie M Ltibermor -I.illis P Lord J it Lorin J J Loel W M Lnnn M N 2 Lidy M F . Msydwell J 2 Miikins E R Maddox T Manning J Martin J cl'd Madden F J Mack J j Marsh al J B i Malson J I Mady H j Mercer IB i Metz II Morelas J ! Meyer H L I STemy E i MillluKtouJ ; Mi-chain A Giitrera Morris H 2 Mobaly ,1 H Moscrop B Monlton t Co J D Mourner V H Moore or wifa D M Myru A J Micsll A Brooks 2 Mcclanne I A W Muller c McKeone W McLan G Meurray P mcRaeOW Naegle c Nelson c Mewnian J Mnrse Mr Obahen F O'Hara c M OngT Ollmsn M Park Co J Parker J H Parson T J Parry T Picket ffl 8 2 Bas P ater'a Bank PottI Dr Powells J B Porter E II Pritt N Putnam J c Quinn Uobert Rat to A BswlinKS J J Kjdcliff F X Renkett A Ladjrtaky Cauir Lamberston Thos Lome Wm LMastu Wm P 2 Lea thermal! D M E have ou hand and are daily receiving Loving C L L?wia W C Lfcsay V Li cone D Lenhart J Lican M G Lindssyif'icklin Livermoro A 8 Lockwood J LoudTC Lidwlck Cap B Lynn H J Lynch K F Maples J 2 Mann G Marsh C 0 ManuiDgKA Mar? hail J b M adden J Mahler B Martin AC'Osiev Mall M Mayer A VehoffeyJ F eyer any E or W eora H U lller J McD 2 ilier W eiioman er.-lton R oti C oyact J a.ory T aaetier F noson N osicad W cXamura T 2 cclme WB cMnhon J H McGehee E McKeanJ McPbeetus 8 8 McGhee It L NacRle O D Nelson A Boyce Nurris B O'connell E Olsey P Oppenheimer L Owens E Paine S Parke F D Pernell N A Peplona W Pickett A Co Plunkett JDMD Polack 8 Potcea W c Portor A McRae Pricbatd M B Locan Louis S Lerd J B Ltio-rs W Macoy "lai Dir.g M Myridlo Capt Matar J E MaDS J Maddox J W Maydwell C C Mayer M Msgee A Man;es B F Meek O Meyei M Milton W Mandel D Milllpa J H Mid-Minn J Miller J L Morris C C Mcone J Sorningptsr C A Morgn P B Moore A P 2 Murez'shirner G Medullars M McLean X K McLnm G McKerzfe D McGinuis J Q McStssick A c McNamary P "IcLarie J Neiveil T J Kewbol W JI Xevill A GlUeon O'cnnuell M O'Key John Ordemau c H Tea, Raisins, Starch, Salt, Shoulders, Mackerel, Sardine. gars, Jellies, Spices. ColTee, Boap, Flour, Hams, Choice Beef, Herring, Oysters, Brandy Peaches, Can Peaches, THE LIGHT ARTILLERY COMPANY IRVING BLOCK. - And a general assortment of GROCERIES, FRUITS and PROVISIONS, which we offer to the trade at the f kjwest rates. Je27-tf A. P. MOORE. COMMERCIAL HOTEL JONES & HAZZARD, Jefferson Street, BETWEEN XATN AND FECNT SOW, i27-tf " MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. Partons J P Penn M -jor I'hlris A Fenda J Platto c Pope col J Poland P Porter D L Price W G Preston M M KeldDickmonsore orA Reid Uo?gio A Basaahoff E Bale c Kcinhart i Dlckman Iiapba-lky Bay T M Kunneli F OH! HEBE 1 TICKXOR & CO., TJAVE arrived with a fine-and well selected stock of SOLDIERS AND CITIZENS' CLOTHING, Which must be closed ont .within the next Thirty isys. 2S"X Main St., Memphis, Teitm. je!i6-2t SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER. BeKbie John T Beinan im'l 0 Benson D B Black Chas E Blain Jas R Bledsoe Job Blu men thai Mr Boiling A Co Bollinger Coaxad Bond L D Borden John Bourne Wm F Aydlett T B Baech Friedlin Bar Noras Bartlett G M Beatie J D Becker Theodor Baker Fridolin Bender Chas Berliner G Blass Michael Blanker W BleiUs Ed Blnrfenthal i rnend S Bain J H Baldwin Harvey U Bank of Memphis Beard Wm I) BeckJey Bernard Belser "John Bentlv Geo H Billigheimer Jos Blacksmith Jon M Blanton A Jones Bley John Bland Wilson 4 Co Bor Wm Bowen, Arthur or Bowman Capt T R n rwva i oieman 2 Boyd James Boyd Geo L.- Bovle W Francis Boynoon inos Krad evWmP J;ralfnr,i . Bradford John Brodford Alfred 2 bar A Co Branghel Dan'l Bragg Henry BreenJohn BnerieyThoaH Brcsnaham Jeue- Brock J Broocks U J nian 3 Brooks W M Brown Jones A Co Bronson Jas G 2 Brower Owen A Co Browning Saml Bruder John Bnnklev R C Brown James Brown Thos W Brown Thos H B rummer B Becker G H Burr Southern S Bums Owen Burton Titus A Burwinkle C 2 Burk Michael Co 2 Bumgamer Aeey Bulbar John G Bnllard Tvi T. Kninr M.oi BuchanaaWm 1 Burnett Hendricks walker Cahoon J J Caicp Saml J llatkofl c Reister J S Richmond W B Bix J Kldore c H Rosenfield L Kcbbios W c Kohne W Boberts P Books FM Baasell A Seiy WJ bchlatter Ge i Shepherd F c Sherce T e mail c Smydea W L bimpon J c kmith W R Bmiih W c ttapleton E & BetzeJ Z Rentrop Sidles S D of Bice 0 J KijJore W Bobbins c Roystcr A co 2 Korea T E Kobioson G Rtssi Si? Loigi Kadin E Sesy T P Sechor P t-harp J B Shorey S O Sciber 3 SymderDrg c Simpson A c Smith J Reiohart P Keiuach A Au6hes R A Hice Lull ci Robinson G N 2 Robbrts 8 c Rochweli G Koss co W . Rocoo B Russell Bush B P Si-ay Anderson Session G W Sheherd N Scheaerman G -Sillerbay W Sl.ppy Dr I Sa.yth J P cmltbJ B Rmith AWniiams tmlth A Stnvall Rt Kure F 2 Suvall AMitchell 2 Stow IKS Cam t hers Yergcr Cameron Jas Cameron Wm L Carr E R CaruthersJP2 Cayce M O Clark Aaron M Chaney Harvey -a 1,0 Macatjlit relates that when Ma dam" Sontai; applied for a nassnnrt at tha Police Office in Paris, the chief, instead of fil- cowle w .Hr liDR out the personal description under tte SS&o separaio uoaua, gazeo a iew momenta at her with respectful admiration, and drawing a line down the column of particulars, wrote mgtiqy4 (angelical) against them all. Camack John M 2 Cameron Jas A Cameron Jas W Cardosi Argangets Case A Sin Clark William Chambers C T f hilHer H T ChurchhillDrTLC Clancv ChriatT Clarkson Rev Mr tlarkson RevS A Hansen Clans Clink Henry Coffey A R 1 Coit Wm At Co Collins W A collins Jas F Conner Michnel Pnnnorn Connelly Edward2conwayJ D A co cook David R 3 cook W A copeland Jasper copeland Edwards toolev Jabob E cord ana Antonio Jt rn castello James ' cowen Pat cowarder Saml crander A A cram A creighton John croom Wm crook UWL crosby J B A White ampbell Geo J arnek Wm S ash F M 2 lark James hadwick J E hurehitl 8 C larke Dwicht Clayton John L CobbH ColUns John eommings Lee c Stan wood 2 Kaupe Dr Schnbart A Schneider Wm BpicktrcagV W Stannall H Stales M V btcck L AteadMan J O Ttarenson G A Strasseri A Link Stark J B Stewart c Taylor I Caj.t Tate S Tepe G Thrift A X Test E 8 Tighe E Tr. zavr.nt J P 2 Trout T larwater G T Thnmas Geo W Tuel A Clit-aLk J H Vinson T SI 2 Naocuiiu J U Vovel F Sampls 51 A C3 5 fark-ttJ M Schioi :t J J t-'chnialzreid Mr Spriuper J bwa FT ttone B B snilivaQ Steel J 3 Staley G Stillwell W Stewart A SwiizerJ Tsrlton G W Test 113 Thomson T Theim c E Thompson J TigFeg - Townsend D H Tweaker M Thompson c G Thomas J F Tarter 8 A l b er F Vacpelt W D 2 Varuell G Vernon P A c 8pesd DABS Stimdier M 2 Sanders T B fennrtz 1 D bCiltt It fcchlaugbter H Sparr jw O Strsrss W stockley c A Starch D Stephenson F c Stevens J J Stevenson A Stewart E W . Taylor c Bank of Tenu Thiift E W Theis J Thompson H J Trrzevant E B Tomlinsoo J W Trusrd E S Thomas 8 M Thomas J Cnthank Mr Vernon V Van Horn J W MRS. E. C. BEMAN, mHE originator of making SHIRTS to measure in jl new tor a twenty years ago;" continues to re- oeive oraers at waggormer c Co's., on Second Street, lyres' Building. Grateful fbr thA libAmJ nftlmniltm BhA lift, raalcal from the citizens and soldiers, she respectfully solicits m ivuuuLuuitrc vi wis same. She is prepared to do all descriptions of family ewtng. .jyi-iw For Cincinnati. rnHE fine steamer LEBANON, X clerk, leaves for the above o'clock M. Master, port to-day at 13 TO THE VOTERS OF THE FIFTH WARD. I ANNOUNCE my resignation as Alderman. Having never thonght or running for any office before I was nominated and elected. I was unaware of the requis ites of the lavr, to-wit: six months resideces in the ward. My short residence in the Fifth ward incapaci tates me from serving as Alderman. Thanking the committee of the Union Club for nomination and the voters for their marked preference by he election, I withuraw. (jyl-lt) R. L. LASKI. j . HARMONIC SOCIETY. j rriHE members of this society are requested to meet A to night at mv office, comer of Union ml Main streets, about 8 o'clock in the evening, for taking into , consideration the celebration of the Fourth ol July, ! the Anniversary of the United States. ! j?-" Da. R. L. LASKI, President. FAIVCY GROCERIES. Walton W S Watuman Levi Watson Rev 8 3 Waddell B. B. 3 Waleridce (heH Waller Jnsenh Wajroner A Cheek Wanlass Joseph Watson Jas W acker Jacob Warren John Ward Jaa W alker Hal T alt A J Walton John ' Wardlow Howard Walton Wm 8 Ward Treadwell BART A HICKCOX'S, 393 Slain Street, je28-tl Corner of Monroe. unningham E W2 currey G W curtisa F Day Isaac Daviea Prior Dea Michael Dapton Dr A Davis Henry Dow. JMAce culver H Z cabbins John Davidson Mr Damall Noah Demands Thos A Co Wheatlev W T evhe Henry Whitfield F E Wells R R Weiler Philip Williams col RS Williams E W Wortes David Wolf Lemon A Wood W T2 Wray J R W ilaer D c Winters H Williams S W V itjchesterGeo Wiltaon V Wial Louis V heeler ThosW2Wetmor M n Wellington JH West Isaac White J 8 Werner W West 8 W Wessell G. H WesrverWuj Weatherford 6im- eld B pson A to Williams W c Williams J W Williamson col J William Walker M A Williams Wooley Li Wooten w H 1 Wright M I Wright chas A Wonerd v I) W i lfett Dr E H man Peter Wicks J J - . Wiley T m Wiggs A Bro Winters capt W D Wiley A ttowa Wieners Wm Williams T C Wilcox Dre 8 Wilson Boliaz -Wheadera W T CIGARS AD TOBACCO. TJ7-HOLE3ALE AND RETAIL, at j28-tf BART fc HICKCO ri, 2S3 Slain Street, Corner of Monroe. BOARDISG. ALADT and gentleman, or two single gentlemen, can be accommodated with board and a furnished !room within three minute walk of Court Square, Also two unfurnished rooms, with board, fbr rent. Apply a thia office. iade-lv FILLING CP-VXIH D7AMLLMI EAPIDIH. Union Feeling Predominating Above All! IT has only been a few days since this company was organized by a Southern man, born and raised, and " Union, world without end." They call me a traitor now, but posterity will write me down immortal. Come, my Union friends, I. ALLY to the glorious old FLAG, which is eminently able to sustain its unsullied HOJNOR8 against all INWARD or OUT WARD enemies. We leave for Nashville Monday or Tuesday next, and we want only a few more good men. Extra Inducements are Offered. good wages, stood accoutrements furnished. One months pay in advance, livmc. and horse and all accout 8100 bounty and 180 acres of land to be dismissed at me ena or tne war. Office in the Irving Block, on Second street. A. CLARK DENSON, ie20-tf Rerniitinc officer. ATTENTION C0MPAM! GOVERNOR'S GUARDS for PROVOST DUTY ia the City of Nashville. gioo bounty: 160 ACRES OF LAND!; First Month paid in advance. REMEMBER 85, FROST ROW. Capt W. P. HOUGH, 1st Lieut C. H. WALBRIDGE, '-d Lieut. M. S. B. TRUAX, Je29-tf Recruiting Officers. FROM ST. LOUIS. 300 Nawjr Flannel Coats. 100 Bnff Military Vest. 300 Alapacea Coats. 300 Fairs Pants McLeand Cap and Hat, at 1 TICKKOR'S, V29-tf 297 Main Street. ATTEIKTIOX FARMERS A IV D PICKET GUARDS I LEFT my stabe, and probably the city, on Sunday morning June 29, a SORREL MARE, seven or eight years old, about fourteen hands high, pony-built, round rump, heavy neck, in very eood order, left nina toot wnite, witn collar marks three, incnes ions on both shoulders ; black saddle with n blue bridle, broken bit with long branches and steel curb chain, webb reins. I hired her out st S o'clock a. x.. to a young man about twenty-two years old, five feet nine inches tall, snarly built smooth face, yellowish com plexion, black hair and wearing grey cassimere pants and black coat. Any one who will return the Mare or give such information that I can find her, will be liber' ally rewarded. PAUL SCHUSTER, ' Arabian Stable, Union street, between Second and I bird streets. irl-tf NOTICE TO COTTOX BUYERS. BUYERS AND SHIPPERS from Memphis and points on the Mississippi river above the city, shijtping to Philadelphia, Baltimore, New York. Boston. Provi dence, etc, by conveying their shipments to J. E. MOORE Agent the Pennsylvania railroad. Louisville. or N. W. BROWN A CO. Agents, Cincinnati, will have it promptly forw.irdcd, and shall have all the advant age of a through rate ot freight from those points. rurtAtti vj. Bir-Liurtoia. je9-lw Gent Traveling Ag't Pensylvaaia B, R. j COURT STREETS. Memphis, Term., July 2, 1862. ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY. ProntEow BETWEEN .JEFFERSON AND COURT STREETS. Memphis, Term.. July 2, 1862. A D A M S EXPRESS y: COMPANY. Front How, BETWEEN JEFFERSON AND COURT STREETS. Memphis Tenn., July 2, 1862. ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY. Front Row, BETWEEN JEFFERSON AND COURT STREETS. Memphis, Tenn., July 2, 1882. ADAMS E XP R E 9S COMPART. Front Row BETWEEN JEFFERSON ANDff COURT STREETS. ul Memphis, Tonn., J y 2, 1863. 3M I i ; 4 1 "..