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lQClL affairs. T!i "Vklo. Appeal" Si ihabc.t awed lam t Advertise la-bawla; tb target Cir- -a "y -oraiBf Imb la I tats i iaeading Matter on Every Page. TEirMviHATi from Captain Ballentine's company, Lieut, rejtoa.cf Porter's Partisans, acd J. W. Smith will b tried to day on tbarge cf guerrilla work. On Habd You wiil find Poller' adrer i: eraent in another column. Bead it, and then go down and call for what you want what jou canoo get elsewhere. TJT. a. man nod A. a. A-!o was jwiorjay arretted on a charge of stealing tome thirty odd dollari from the drawer cf a store on Beale street. Air Ihstakck or Heboism.A man named j FaL ilcCarty was arreited by the guard on ProntKow,noar Pinch, tor whipping a woman. I'totBcssiso tux Pickets. A gentleman named Saitedo was arretted by a picket guard ye teriay, wi.h some ten thousand dollars' worth cf dry good, which he was striving to ca-ry to Dixia. He waa placed in the Irving Block. Erkakikq Guakd. A Prisoner Escaped. A man named M. A. Mill, who was co a fined r l. T : t . i v i r o o bo ol brrke through the guard on Monday evening r ed effected his escape. Well done, guard! Tub Old Whaefboat AoAis.-Tbe hull j or tue sunken boat at the loot of Union street is becoming an eye-sore again. It is a nuis ance that should be removed at once. It is, certainly, no benefit to the city, wharf or steaoibchtmen ; neither does it speak well for lhepaicr present city government It u a dangerous customer to pilots making our lower lauding in the night, and both inconvenient fiLd utsihtly in the day time. Come, father, remove the hep elcss mass of matter wrecked. ACCIDENT TO THE MlKSXOAHA. Mr. Mc- Adnms, clerk oi the Minnehaha, informs us that as the above stealer was on Ler upward trip from Helena, she broke a cylinder-head, som& distance beluw the city, and bad to make v ." ; will be repaired here. In a few days she will be r. ady fr any emergency. " i VlUJtiU, I II I, CHJMAU AA1J VOiniKU Tfiltirr i nf tkvprv mrPtAfLKlA Tapilv find kItIa r ' ' -j,. -j j for sale by Coo, at the Gayoso House, right hand corner of the hall. A beautiful box of cigars, which puff superbly, sent by Mr. Cook to the editor's hand, constrains us to say this much by the way. Those who love the sci ence of sru oking can suit themselves, we are quite lure, by giving Mr. Cock a call. His I pipes and tobacco show for themselves. As Autistic "csimm aok." In tho neigh borhood of the site of tho old Brown Eagle yesterday, qui to an exciiiug fight cccurred be tween two Teutonic gentlemen, resulting in a smashed "mug" on the one hand, and a set of purple ejes ' on tho other. Both parties claimed advantages in the conflict one con tending that his opponent could not ascertain the exact odor of a complicated boquet; while to tmatihel '-mug" consoled himself with the belief that the purple eyes could not descry the varied hues of the same boquet Ee that as it may, the city certainly has a "ded tSij"' on its tiuo, to the tunu ot 4-. Go in, boys, we want the city lo got a "stake;" then, it may be, we can have the pleasure of seeing tho old wharfboat hull removed from the foot of Union street. Oo in. Why is -it Fhiuutted? We are some times utterly astonished at the reckless man T nor in which some backmen drive their horses through the streets. It has bee a the painful duly of journalists of this city to record more than one case whee the life of some unfortu nate child has boon crushed out beneath the wheels of pleasure carriages. We know that there is a law regulating the speed at which backmen aro required to drive why not en force the law ? Let a policeman stand at the corner of McCall and Shelby street one eve ning after tea, and if he does not find a viola tion of tho ordinance referred to, it will be be tuso he will not see with his yea wide open. 50(n one of you peace and order guardsmen, xry yoC'r hand at the place designated you wilt certainly have to report a case or two, and by so doing, dd a few dollars to the city's mite. ' Kecobde' Court Effect or Ofksiko LlQCoB BAI.0053 HOW THE ClTT MAKE ITS M05ET. It used to be said that the "wages of ala is death;" this is no longer true of Mem phis, where the waes of sin is money. The as - first wenk of the present Recorder's Court, as it i called, tjarre were collected in the way of fines $281 35; the second week only $274. Bin seemed on the decrease. The whisky shops were opened, aed the third week fines to the amount of $342 were collected. The whisky thops were kept opon, and on the fourth weeK fines were collected to the amount of five huudrod and sixty -four dollars aud fifty cents. The whisky shops were still kept open, and on the fifth week' there were collected in the way cf fines five hundred and ninety-two dollars and eighty-five cents. . . The whUky shops axe still kept open, and on lat week six hundred and sixty-four dollars and five cents were collected. The city, it will be perceived, is thriving by 4 crimes, and has found out a most moral waj of filling its treasury I It would be difli- cui; W imagine anything more disgraceful. As tne money increases, so do the oriminaLj, which increased aa follows: 1 lirst and second week, (no whisky,) 56 and . lird, fourth, fifth and sixth week, (whisky ' x f criminal cases. 95. 161, UV-70 " -"ij uaiww 244 and 185. Comment is unnecessary, yet we cannct B.olp renaiadlDg our readers that the ?entual wgM of all sia, and tavscrs of IW i d-th. HI fU. ASD STEAMBOAT HEW8. AKBITAU TESTKBDAY. ( rty i f niton-iliattenalia..-.. T 4t-'r I . i a '"apt. Bre -St. Louis. Makes. . Capt. Gil. ...tpi- Walker.. i DXPABTTKEa YLSTK2DAT. 1 C;:t cf Alton .....Capi. Bt tit. Lew. t-iBXiig Upt. Answait. .Cincinnati DEPABTTTKES TO-DAT. X m orr f n tl C'-nt-A -Capt. F-itry.. Haiaa. .Bt Louis. ..tt. Louis. Cpt. O Iteal 1 Platte Valley,. .Caj t. Coirsit.. Muraa, August 27. 1S2. The river is falling at the rate of 2 inches each 24 hours. Buiinesa was dull on the levee yesterdey. We have no news of importance to chroi . wo upper stream. The ofScers of the Alton report 7 feet of water in the channel at St Genevieve, and falling. The Minnehaha blew out her starboard cjl- indtsr bead a few miles below the city yester- day and came up on one wbeel. She will be repaired here, and in a few days will be u right side up with care." The Baldwin ia hard aground at Caseyrille, and in quite an unenviable predicameat. For isr. Lotus. Gapt. Colvert will head the tpacioua Platte Valley for Cairo and St. Louis this day at 5 o'clock p. m. Call on E. L. ilcGhee & Co, they are her aganta. The Continental, J. O'Neal, Captain, de part for fc't. Louis to-morrow evening at 6 o'clock, lleadley & Co., ageata, 72 Front Fob He lis a. The Empress departs this ' morr in" at 10 o'clock. She is a swift and comf,rUbie boat. The huge Minnehaha will also depart for Helena this day at 10 o'clock. Her officers are well known here, and remarks in her behalf are unnecessary. AiiOMiKAB.E The manner in which some peisoni", living on Gayaeo street, between Main and Shelby, conduct themselves. Thia is the street which ladies have to pass through going to and from the Gayoso House, and more than one scene hai been witnessed in the neighbor hood allayed to sufficient to cause any lady, even a gentleman, to blush. Shame on such procutuiiig sha;no on such creatures! Soldjkb f; Citizek. A soldier and a citi- zen had a fight last evening, on the corner of Monroe and Front Row, in which the citizen got whipped to hi( heart's content, and ske Uitddied. . Tee soldier, after the fight, shook hionclf, and sounded a triumphant cock-a-doo- die-doo ! Outdone at Last. Yes, G. P. R. James' " lone, solitary horseman" has met his rival at last. Reader, if you had been standing at the foot of the dark, rugged and overarching bluffa that frown down on the hissing and ever ref.kss current of the mighty Mississippi in the neighborhood of the western terminus of the Rue de Beale, you might have caught a glimpeo of the "horseman," as the immense clouds of dust were lifted, heaved to and lro, then warped and twirled in graceful eddies, as the balmy southern breeze rushed along, kiss ing the dog-fennel blossoms which were ncd ding in humblo gratitude for the condescend ing impartiality of the cooling air. The dress ol the rider was not of velvet, neither did he wear spur?, yet it was plain to see that the ' horseuian"aetuilly had on a coat, shirt, hat, pant, do. His wrinkled brow and glaring eyes revettled that ha was intent on something tbut something an item I yw, an it r.t genua local. The horseman" rode, walked, walked and rode, until almost wearied out". At liu-t an idea" rueicd through the prolific brain of the "solitary horseman," that he would go to the Recorder's office I He went I and found one item ! a fight ! In another portion of tho paper will ba found an authen tic account of the terrific combat Back Nuubebs of the Appeal Wasted. We direct attention to the new advertisement fur tack numbers of the Ajfeal under the old regime. It is desired that they be furnished immediately. Jt bT received a fine stock of picture cases at the corner of Union and Shelby. It is well known that the best and cheapest pictures are mado at the corner of Unien and Shelby. You may obtain a good picture to send in letters for the small sum of seventy-cents, at the corner of Union and Shelby. Lauox pictures in gilt frames, at Cincinnati prices, at corner of Union and Shelby. Call one and all, satisfy yourself. Every picture warranted or no sal. Remember, cor ner Union and Shelbr. The Nashville Dispatch of the 16th states upon what it regards as good authority that the burning of a portion of tbe trestle work at the Red river bridge, on the Edgefield and Kentucky railroad, and nvt the bridge, as heretofore reported, was purely accidental, the place i" which the fire origin sted showing clearly that it resulted from sparks from tbe locemotive. The informer, Mr.Holman, states also that the reported firing upon the train near Cedar Hill 2s without, foundation, as he ascertained from parties on the train. He feels satisfied, from the inquiries he instituted, that there had been no guerrillas in teat portion or the county, and he veuefces tor tiie loyalty and uprightness of the citizens. ; Capture of Rebels. We learn from the St Louis Union that a party of rebels, nam bering about one hundred and fifty, supposed to be recruits on their wav south, were over taken near the M errimac river, in St. Louts county, on Monday night, and fifty of thetn captured. The balance scattered in the woods. I here was no fighting, and no one hurt on either side. The prisoners were brought to 3 T ... - . A r 1 1 . 3 j r ut tuu iKtieijr juugeu lu prison. Nrw Yoks Mbkchakts Cbaagkd titu Tbsasos. Two prominent merchants of New i York, named J. R. Snultleworth . and D. 8hft, at police dquarte 0Jk WflJgJ X8tH tort , cbavged U b" 3 uttering treasonable language, and of having otherwfUBed measurt calculated to dcour. age enlistments. The accused were placed in prison and the teeutcony against tim was orwatded Vo "SYwhiESWa. W. O. POTTHH, SUCCESSOR TO POTTER & MER WIS, VZMTCS I AIL- GESUXE AjUaa - aOj Fancj Ccods and Toilet Articles, If O. 65 JEFFERSOS STREET, Memphis, Term. HAS JC8T RECEIVED A FULL ELFF1.T or IBS rOLLOWl'Q ABT1CLE3: For CcngXu and Colds. Wistar's Balsam w.a vnerry. Ayres Cherry Pectoral. John Bull's Cherry Pectoral. Busb ton & darks Uol Jiiver UiL. Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers. Brown's Troches. Davis' Wild Cherry and Tar. Blood Purifiers. Bull's Sarsaparilla. Merwin's Blood Searcher. McLean's Cordial. Fills and Cathartics. McLean's Liver Pills. A re' Cathartic Pills. Wright's Cathartic Pil's. Brandreth's Cathartic Pills. Jayne's Sanative Pills. Radway's Reaiy Regulators. Sir James Clarke's Female Pills. Merwin's Fever and Ague Pills. Dr. Strongs Cathartic Pills. Spence's Cathartic Pills. Dr. Mott'a Chalybeate of Iron Pills. Dixie Chartic Pills. Husband's Calcined Magnesia. Seidlitx Powders. Salves and Ointments. Trask's Magnetic Ointment Dalley's Pain Extractor. Cavanaugh's Pile Salve. , Dr. Clarke's Stimulating Salve. Dianhea Hedicinss. Brown's Extract Ginger. Lyons' Ki tract Ginger. Jayne's Carminative Balsam. McMann s Elixir of Opium. Davis' Pain Killer. native Wines. Sparkling Catawba (quarts). Sparkling Catawba (pints). Still Catawba. Sweet Catawba. Pomades for the Hair. Pomades, in cut glass jars. Bear's Grease. Ox Marrow. Pomade Ptiilocome. Luoin's Fine French Pomades. Bazin's Stick Pomade. French Stiek Pomade, Bazm's Pomades, in fine glass. Dyspepsia and Liver Complaints. Sanford'a Jjiver Invigvrator. Boarhava's Uollana Hitlers. , HuofUnd's German Bitters. Hosteller1 Bitters. -McLeau's Strengthening Cordial. Worm medicines. Winer's Canadian Vermifuge. Fahne&tocfc's Vermifuge. Perry's Dead Shot Vermifuge. McLean's Vermifuge. Liniments. Mexican Mustang. Farrali'a Arabian. : iiragg's Arctic. Dvu Pain .Killer. ' DeOralh's Electric OiL itaaway's Heady Relief. Ambroaial Oii. Dr. Clarke's Liniment. For the Hair. Heimstreet's 11 air Ec1 "" :T-e. ilr, At'?'t v ". -:.'r-T, ,. I 2. -ut. a.uw. iuu&lsam, .No. 3. Wooas Hair liestorative. Eureka Hair Restorative. Ajyons' Jiaihttiron. iiarry s Aricopberous. iiurnetts Cocoaine. Criatadoro's Hair Dye. ' ' Uatchelor'a Hair Dye. Hair Oil and Pomades. Miscellareous. Thompson's Eye Water. ' Sir James Clarke's Pills. Dr. Wrights Rejuvenating Elixir. Royce & Ester! j s Dentriiice. Pay so ii,s lndehole lak. Cvstar's Rat Exterminator. Lyons' Magnetic Powder. Mortimer's Rheumatic Corr.tvun.i. Vanderveer's Schnapps. jars. viniow s bootaiog Syrup. Cherokee Remedy. Cherokee Cure. Capsules. Castor OiL Garrett's Sauff. Oii ve Oil. Tooth Ache Drops. Concentrated Lye. Hooper's Uachwua. . Flavoring Extracts. Fine Brandy. . Wolf's Schnapps. Fever and Ague EXedlcines. Osgood's Indian Chologogue. Dr. Jierwin Fever and Aeue rills. Smith' Tonic Sirup. Cosmetics and Toilet Articles. Amandine, for ChappW Lips. Prepared Chalk, piuk and white. Magnolia Chalk Balls. Skin and Flesh Powder. Lilly White, fine assortment. Puff Boxes, single and double, with Puffs. Puff Boxes, metal, beauUful style. Court Palter, assorted. Perfumed Sachets for Drawers. Cologne Water, Peter's, Bazin'sand Mitchell's. Harrison s line Cologne. Lubin'a Extracts, genuine, full assortments. JJazm'a Extracts, full assortments. Glenn' Extracts, full assortments. Dupuy's K.iss Me tjaick and Sweetly. Fancy Soaps, fine assortment. Hair Urushea, full assortment Pinic baucers. Meen Fun Powder. Kose Lip Salve. Kaliston. French Cologne. Dresbing Combs. .Bound Combs. -Cloth Brushes.' ! Tooth Brashea. ilat Brushes. Arnica Cotirt Plaster, Franeipani Sachets. Bay Rum, extra fine. J. octet tJembs. Fine Teeth Combs. tShaving Brushes. ?iail Brushes. Inrants Brushes. Sondries. Drinking Caps, India Rubber. Teething Rings India Rubber. Syringes, India sRubber. Feather Dusters, assorted. - Nursing Bottles. i Balls, India Rubber. Tweeters. . ... Key Riogs. Cork Screws. : Pocket Ink Stands. Portmonnaies. liand Mirrors. py, . Pvm. Guitar Sirings. , Violin Strings. .JJoatT Boxes. ' Clgir CtaaeJ. " Books. t BOX'T FOSSET THE PLACE, wi C. POTTER, w4f Ho. t Jtfisrioa tet., " tht Pott Office, Sr ECIAL ORDERS KG. 6(i. nEADiCABTElf! FITTU DmS10S, set , j L TUT. GrfH-rmI jotcm4icg anncanrea ytith Bhuae and mortificaiioa iw umm niscovatvA cas cf i...U.r; y. -.:i:e of tba pabQc cocs ia Mccitii, xlz : Ui parcKEtbj cititn of one hundred dollart to cierk ia tbs oc of th PxToat Harthal General tor a pus tg ga II. All officers, rotdiac aal employw, ia th aertica et tb XTniUnl itiktis. t mxlusied penoa. aad cw&o(chrg f for n j ttlcial act ttM. It ij not niy critzxs kat a dif grac to tb wbo( conutry . Ia Uxa ttuum-r it U a cniM fur a citicoa to oSar a bribe ; aad if any ciltMB hiM crer paid, or it rr uitd to pT a fee, tribe, or ha Afforded aa oiBortoy - prcct, to 1I Ufl' . M .ICC l TBS LBIfM IM 1 A . . 1 T- encs ny . . -y i:iflfi tliat he nest giv utfdc thtwof to tb Coounuidiiif Ge&wal forthwith, that joatics ma; b deae a.d the honor of tbe natkm be protected against em tbe aepicioa of oecnptloB. - i s . - III. To gcard again oorrcptioii in tbe fatare, It is or dered that bo Log takea poaaaadoa of I j th Qurtor Blaster and r GerJ G.ani'a tcdrrs, to take poaenei-je ot aad let to loyal trBinti the racauii boows in Mamphli,' hall be ccapiea by asy cQjr or einil.'yee orfi United tstatt GoTtrnment, exc.pt by regular atemgmsui ouJ-jr the Army KegnlatioBS, by the Unart-rmaster, approved by lb Commanding General. No rent will be paid, ex ept to the Quartermaster in person, or to oae cf fc:s e.erks on the wri ten rocofjit by the Quartermaster, igord ty hinself and not by proxy. IV. Anonymous comma fcaticn trill not b enter tained, bnt cy citliea or persoa barin; cacse.of griev ance, will red ice it tn writing, stating name and facta, and signed a- tbe proper name, whrn redress will be given 11 neceasary. enca c"mmon'.ctions wiu oe dred to th Adjutant- General of the Division, Major J. H. Hammond. By order of HsJ. Gsn. W. T. SHE KM AX J. H. Haxaoim, A. A. G. anS FOR THI STOCK and FIXTUh.ES of a retail Drug Store, oo one of tin ttst locations In U.a city. Apply at GENERAL ORDER, No. 68. TlEatMicaKTSM Firm Division, Memphis, Ttuu., August irth, lsfii The following Orders hive been received from D aat trnsnt Headquarters, aud published for the bene 5 1 o! all eonootntd : In pursuance of Orders from the Uekduatters of th Arny at VYshin&toa, all rtutnotiou on tbe sal of Cot ton, and prohibition ut tbe payment oi Gold theretor,ar heteby aucuiieJ. Evtrj facility p. sjible will be aiforjsd a.r g'tttDg Cotton to market. '' By order ot ' Maj. Gen. V. S. GRANT, Jso. A. ItawUKs, A. A- Gen. By crier of Maj. Gen. W. T. SHERMAK, J. H. HAUHQXr.. A. A. Gen. anl3-tf GENERAL ORDERS NO. 74. lisanQriBTtss, District or ffer Tekxessce, 0obi9th, JCiomsaippi, Angust lt, lsb. J I. All nen-residentt uf this District, fjnnd witbia the same, who, i. Kt home, wuoid be aut jeel to draft, trill at l occe boeuroiled under the nuprvieion of the local com- matiders where ttey Biaje foncd, and In cae of driift baiiig made by their rtpective Statfti, an eqoai propor tion will be drawn from peisous thus eurol.o.l. , ' f errans sj draan will at ouce be aa-igiu'd to trocp from the BUtm to which they ow miiiiaiy nervice, and the Exe cutive thereof notified of tmrU draft. II. Ail violations of trade by Army followers may bs punuhtd b coufl ati.n of block ia trade, ud tho as signment of th offender w do uLiuary auly as private coidieis. By oduimand of iIj.Geu. TJ. 6. Grant. J0. A. BAWLISS, Official Aesifctant Adjutant UeneraL J. H. Basbokb, A. A. General uuxi tf NEW MEMPHIS THEATER. "ORIGINAL" CAMPBELL MINSIRELS. Manager and Treasurer.. ..Cbas. Morning Star. Oou. Mnip j. Btaga Mauag r ............. Mnaleal l)ircttor ...Frank; JJargur. THE FOLLOWLVG AttitAY Of TALENT: S. S. PUjiDY, Qeneral Performer. JOB MAIBB, Fanoy Danoer, W.E. MANSIKOr J. w. osmii,.. ..Kib oplan perform r. .-..lam buurmiai. ,lenor aud italiailiit. i i i rt fiiiur. baritonii. , ....Paatumiiiiat OOX MV'li?U...... .1. fi blOuT, . F. AT. DiiKGKK, tiiiAoit ASGKU, . Harpist. KIOhaKD Aaobi, i-irt Violimnt. .Second Vloliuiat. .Cornet et Ftswn. ....Oontra basso. ...Jig tanccr. .......Clog Dancer. iMuoeuse. i'KoFESr-OH LAJiOaT, ALF. BisdOP, MUMoB ABBoM,..... J. H. erX&CEB, J. H. C0LK, MIsS FKAS.K. CHUloTie, . G Aa KANE, JUasineM Agent. o Perfnnnces evsry night V.th an entire change of Programme. ng2-tf FOR SAXE. r WILL sell the entire brouK.AUFlXTrhES or my GkuCXaY. located on Main street, between Madisou and Slonroe, jko. iJM 1 uhar a goua chanc lir busineds en, It application is aiaae toou. G. U". BECKEB, augSi-lw No. KoO Main street. THE MISSES YOUNG'S SCHOOL, No. 90 COUKT STREET. TaiC duties of ihia well Anowa Ins. itutioa will bs is tamed on TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9th. Terms per Session fx Taitkn in Eogisb, 415, 20, 25, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. W. Young will tak charge of the ; WHITING CLASSES. For Particulars, Apply at the School. t DENTAL NOTICE. DK. J. B. WASSOX, DEMIST, HAS moved his ofBce to the well known T ra Store, formerly occupied by Jier. Vi'ig&i Co., No. 29S M.ia nree , where be is prepared to wait npon ail who may deeir hi professional services. Also, proprietor ot tbe Hempiua Dental Depot, where Dua tints can be supplied iu everything pertainiog to the nrotesfdow. - aogi4-3m Xoti c to the Ladles and Gentlemen of Memphis, and to the Army Generally. LEIDY A CO., are always pleased to tee ibe gentle men call, ttizeu a rvU as Soldier snd Offners, and nxa narticulorly the Lr jlea of Memphis nd vicinity. as we are interettel in tba Ladies tine f tn-Jness of Fancy Bat and Cap. Boot and Sheas we ate at all tint- pleased to ait oa thj Ladies, at tbe same time offering bo etTeuae to gentlemen to nail and see our fine assortment of tts, taps. Boots and aheea. - LEIDY A CO., from St. Lotric, ' anSO-lw , Jio. 245 Mam Bt , opposite Oonrt ikjnare. Takea Up. , BY tbe subsciitwr, oa th 14th instant, a Bay KCLE. The owner will c m forward, pror property and pay cnarge. ' appiy to ' JOHN riSDAt, az24 St Monro f t betwa Slain and Second tmat, which tbs owner can bav by proving hU prvpmn? lP.yt.g.lr8e.. ,0Hjr BCHKHiaE, enfSO-lW tftar taa fair roaa4. D K . C . OHIDSE Y , Xoxx-ttl Surgeon. OFFICE. If THS AYB?S SUILDI2TG. OrFOSITK COVbT SQTJAKE. Uffioe Haari frm 9 Av. XI. to 1 P. nn froaa a ta 5 P. W. ag6-lm3 SAINT AGNES ACADEMY l THI FALL TEB.3 nd TWENTY SECOND EES EIOX vriil coamtnee oa the FI EST w : . ; VTU-v is" SEPTEMBER. - .aglU-tf MRS. MORGAN'S SCHOOL, - ' THIRD STREET, Between Madison and Monroe Street, X AST S IDS. ''HE TALL TER'f of t&t School win commence the X freconii Mjnoay in SaPI.X BKsi next. A tli rovg'u, sjatetuuis course of Kagliah study will b pursued. Bstievinc ths men al training of bov ard gW sbonld be th ram, we. have aduprea tba coarse of -Indie par see ia io bet ootii goa for yuut g guuti.-mo, leaving out, if d.-siteU. avune bimches of tne bibber latbemarKtst and giving mora tints to the ornamental and belU Leitrvs. Latin, th fjnnatinn of oar own lBaBage,nd tbe key to the lan'aag of Southern Kurope, i anbt wit&kut "-ra chage, and wiil be r.quiredot aJl pnpils nnles ex:osel lo. awinv atcial reason. , The French, Genuac, Span sh and Italian lansngw, Drawing, tad (he drat ioaa ia Water and Oil Painuag, r also tanghi without extra chaige. : Terms per Session in Advance : First Department. . . ...... ,..J15"t0 second " ...... ...... .. 'U 00 Th rd " 25 00 Fourth " 30 00 Advanced Pupils in lil Painting 75 00 Tbe Greek Language, Piano nd Guitar at Professor cbarxe. Alita. M. A. . MOBGAti, aulilm Principal. SOUTHERN PiLLACE ! LOEWCXSTISE BROTHERS ANNOUNCE th.t theTwiil open the Southern Palace, formerly occupied by fpeed, Donjho A Strange, iu a fe diys. TLey will oin it with more than it for mrr aplf n j.-r and magniiicence, making it by all odds th More of the boutb tor lata importations of Staple aud Fancy Dry Goods! Clone affection to basineaa and catering to the acknowl edged good ta k if the ladies of Memphis. 13-tf THE EIGHTH MISSOURI HAS JIST BEEX PAID OFF! ASD BLELOOK .Sc OO. Are srlling an aMirtment of KEWSPAPE.B8, MAGAZINE?, GOLD PKN8, WBITlIvG PATKRa, XSMhOPZi, PLAYIKO CARDS, K0VCLS, SOSG BOCKS, LXAD PSNCILS, WALLETS, P0K1F0U0S, WalTISG ISKS, TIOLIJi 6TR1XGS, MEMORANDUMS, oWOKDS, CABTEIDG4S, BASHES, fclitET MUSIC, To Soldiers, C.tizene, Merchants, Pediari and Sutler. 93 Plain Street is th place to buy. aul3-:f BLELOCK A CO. STATE FEMALE COLLEGE! rpHK FALL H6bI0N of thi Institution will eom 1 meuc ou Monday the 15th of September. Taaaa As hartolore. For pa.tiouiars, ddress. anglT-im C. C0LLIK9, President. I 0 N GOAS TUS OF 8 ALT. I am now of- J. folios: my citoiouiti salt by tn half bnansl or OM.iin, st 1 ir tiu.uei. JoilN DAVta, aul tt - ' 141 Main tit. 'ItiilB DAT, received per Platte Vadey, 100 bushels A. fiean groud M .AL; a eouiplri auortment of KAlLe, au. zf uir-n extra fiituoM.', f r sale t) tbe uaje, at lowest raua, tor lenueaaee luuury. nl-tf t JuUN DAVIS. I) Eui-lVkl), per iieile Memptiis, irebl extra FLO UK, lb iiua wii. uL; uilualati XOllAiXu, uloiai aiHl Aal;Uj.., fir t o u.i' muiK.te moncv. au2t tt Oli OAVia. 1 in bliu. LuL'ISVILLK L1MK, 11.7 j wholesale or 1UU retail, for Teuneaaee money. ..2t-u - JONN DAVIB. f -HK One sack or 100 sacks, at sixty cent Tennessee mui.eT. au2l-tl JOHN DAVIS. ' 4Mtl)-i nice parcel oi gcvd OA IB, for Tem.- o uwuev. Appiy tj ii-U JOHN DAVH. Strayed. A MCI.B, from my bouse Ut ilht; bad on a halter, iL wit baca a tittle sore. A liberal re aa.d U1 Iw uu by kuving tt at lo Mnu street. Between Adama ana Waohiugion. u21 It A'titlcc to lii Army and Citizen (ienertuiy. WE bavs remted our 1'opui.tr list, Cap, Boot and Buoortoru, triui all oiitiu t.reet, and visn to any tk.iliaviiijcuijDu:tjjl ivub tbs nd ewr, 212 di- rect.y ur iiii.eo.l, or an) otue.- Jew ituae iu tins ctt. He max uo oe luuud a '.o Mjutk aud(, oppw.it v.ourt oqnare, Jl.mi ais. aUg.O-ot LblOI A U'J., rrvut &t. iietui. ' Ferry .Notice. JWILL mak throe trip per day from thia dat , fsvm Metapai. t-y iiopehcia to mound City. inAe Ai.m-pui- at 7 1 1 Hie lo.euojn, li a. uu t, P. M. Leave Atoaud uty at tt auti 9 a. a., e. at. Alouud Lity, at present, ia aa elegant place to catch nab, and tnat, tjo, without danger or Ojlllcul:y. aug3-lm . UUKJia., agent. $25 Reward. STOLEN from my place, nine utiles irom Memphis on th. iter ando oi-oa road, aj iron Orev at&aia, nair raobed oil on hr shoul Jers a her. the collar la placed ; A.so, on her rlgut aide and a mark on her ktt shoulder. Tn above rea.id U be paid upou ut delivery of the same at the Aoupso Livery Stables. 111,2 -at J. m. suflinsun. WBOLLSALI! AND HETAIi HAT, CAP, BOOT AND SHOE STORE. LKIDY A CO., frcia Saint Lonis, No. SIS Main street, Memphis, opposite Court Square, bav tne largest auateat stock in the city, tall and See augaii-im LKIDJ VO., Mrom St. Louis. For Sals. A FIRST-BATE GROCERY STORE, located in on vf the beat bu-irree place ia thscitv. It will be utu cheap for CAail. Inquire at thi omca. l2i-lw WANTED. A SITUATION in a grocery, provision or commission bun., by an a -tiT. aiua.Bcss awn ot Lg experieoo and a gooa accoaubuit. Adureaa It. . IU, au21-tr At tuls omot, tor three day. To the Trade. TXST BECIVD a choic lot of GROCERIES, tor fj sal tow to tbe trans, ny it ah. sniis w., auwl St . no. a itraaiey tiioi-s. SO PASSES ARE REQUIRED. rpne Provost Marshal admits all. both grest and-email, 1 inta Leidy Vo 'a (rum Bt. Louie, Hat, Cap, Boot aud oboe store. No. 245 Main afreet, opposite Court . quart as it is well kuosm this u bs place to buy tn beat flats, Cas. fioju so . rnoe 10 u. iat money. aatg20lw LitiLY -at GO , from St. Loci. Taken Up. mile South of Earn Iate't ca the HetopUi lWCTSnstoil railroKl, anm- WHOLESALE PirElt WAliEEOlSlt! Wrltlcfj and . Printing Vzsjci 9, Printing Cards, Envelopes, Pens, I'encila, ,lrJze Ias liases, rortrollos. Blank Eook JJItmorauiuai Hooka, &C, tScC, &C. Qzx'rsr Stools.. LOW FOB CASH. NCHF-KS CO., SIS Mk.a S'treU. M.-n this. jj2S.tf LLOYD'S GR AT IKAF MISSISSIPPI EIYEE, From Saint Louis TO TUB GULF OP MEXICO. ENGRAVED OH STEEL, From actual Government Surrey, assisted by CAPTAIXS BABT AXD Wm. B0WJ, OT 3E5tiXLt XaOXXljS, Two of th oldest and best Pilots oa that River. Llovd'1 Great Map of the Mlsmnippi Kiver, shows every bend in the River, evei y Island, every saat'-bar, everv Landing and W d-Yrd, every Town, City. Bluff, Bng'r a..d Cot ton Plantation, and the names of th ownars marked in them. The Channel of th River, marked accurately b two of the oldist and most experienced Piiors on th great Kiver. Lloyd's Great Msp of Ihs Misslssipp Bivsr, also Shows the Counties Bortlerln ?r OS THE Rivor on Each Side, Thirty mile back from the River, with all the Towaa Village and Post Offices in them, and the Wagon au Turnpiks BoadB lealiUK to then -, a' so, all ths etreams mptying into th Misiseipi Kivnr, on th large scale of FOUR MILES TO AN INCH. The Elver i exl.ibl ed FI INCHES WIPR, an that very Island Is distirctly named aud p'aui. This Map Is engraved in six aectiens, of Fire Feet Each in Length, On one ENTIRE SHKKT OT PAPE. size of Iloyd" Grest Military Map tf th Southern States, and can t folded mine as newspaper, aud seut by Mall any whor for three cent postage. Lloyd's Great Map or tho Mississippi EIt er Cost $10,000 and One Tear's Time to Complete It, AND IS THE MOST VALUABLE MAP EYER OFFEREX) to tns AMERICAN PEOPLE. PEICK, In eheets, 60 oents; 4 cpei for $L Monntsd on linen with rollers and varciauod, Brio, 11.50. Pockat Cdltlon for TravUers, (1. Sent by Mail nywhr oa receipt of money. Agent, when ordering Map sent by Mail, should ssnd S cnt for ch Map. to prepay posta. Addresa J. T. LLOYD, Publisher. JyJ-3m No. 184 fi roadway. New York Ciiy, N. T. Tranitfiortatlon Notice. f.-r:rr.a Post QiusruMifTss,! i-i.-.U'Lis, Jlj a, lao2. ) AU persana desiring Trsn.p-irt aicn wl 1 cill upon O. 8. Pteslon, in Hosby's Block, f r. ut Ru-, ituom No. I, Second floor, who has full char, of this Departm- at at this Post. L'KNIiT S. IITCH. Jj2& 2w Artiug Quartermaster. AUachment Notice. W.J. Saint, vs. W. P. tieUtend. Attachmnt before 0. A. ViUory J. P for &heby County, btato of Tnneas.. liHa, defendant ia hereby notliled to appear lehse 0. A. J. klallory, at Lit oiben in the city of Memphis, ou til itb day of ceptmbr, A. D. i6f.2 uud ple-d, answer, o demur to a d attachment, or Ju.dga.out by duluuit wii t rendered agausat turn. angel m C. A. MaLLORY, J. P. ATTENTION! ONE WORD T0JTHE PUBLIC. XHATK been solicited to op?n a roiciption office in this Ut, solely tr th. purpo.e oi r.li.vta tt. ae aifiicted wiin botetl Jiaeoaoa. i.y tr.e uhc ol my evieorattd tieiuidy Dr. Xiow's Oerman Sptciiio. uich is gnarauieeo a a nvrjailwy as 4 lyov g etu 1 ahall divtt. u.y t.m ekwiua; oly h, luo tre!oiLt o the lo. lowing oisuasns, vis: l'vs tteiy tn: U.a.r. oea, b-th ch'OBio aad acnto, adouoieta iiyanium. Tnoau afflicted, Witt dj ell to cail at wj flicc, iuu.lie corni r ol Main and Oourl streets, lup etaire) ut in, r e.r.le&b conveuleuo. tur guarantceu in every .tutun. U ui rec Clous are compiled with. aJ. o. iaiyy, i. u. Offlo hour from i o'clock a. v., to i o'cioca r. at. aug2 1y - DENTISTEY. Dr. GEO. H. SILVERS DKNTAL ROOMS, south sidb o MADIsoN Street, between Eecond and Third, lempliia, 1'eniiosaee. aug8-3m LIGHT ARTILLERY I RALLY to the SUPPUKT of Tonr COUJfTBT, YOUR SERVICES ARE NEEDED. THE second eorapsoT of artillery for th Btate of Tea. neasee, is now being raised at th Irving Block, to tuoa tared into service at Nashville, Tennessee Ike first company raised ber by me have shown themselves al- reaay good in proeecnttng the labor. In auataimng th reputation of Teunea.ee, and tbe old flag. Kis men, and let ui have anotber battery. Great Inducement ar offered. Apply at the Irving Block, on Secjitd (treat, between Court and Jefterson. RICHARD LAHPE, au(,t-tf r 1st LleaL First Tenneasea battery. T O T H E 'LADIES. BONNET AND nAT BLEACHING Establishment. I AM la receipt of all th lat- Pari Fasblou. aa 1 aj fill all orders for Bonn.ta. Ka s, ctc promptly aad aattafact iriiy. Uld Bonnets and But, blanched aad r modolod by experienced workmen. W. 8. OASSBTT, ng9 lw Provlne Block, 842 Slain St., Up Stairs, LOST. i-- APOCKST BOK containing eighty.fi v dUars Planters and Union Bank which, can be identified, auould th finder attempt to us it as hi c wn. My nam fs attached to several paper in tbe Pocket Bofa and th finder wiil pit ass retnru it promptly. It ajta kot on the steps of tbs Clay Building, or l ear by on Main itreet. by leaving said Pocket Hook and money atkleasr. F. H. Ciark A to's., Juweller fcture, slain Street, the Bnder wilt receive a suitable reward. aug24-zt O. H. PALitKB. BOARD ITiXn iBTdTeTiiii, aast oi thef-osTo ana a to secol Office i (ids of isSwrsoa strset.