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TJBEB MEMPHIS DA.IL1T APPEAL--FEIDAY, MARCH lO. 1876
RAILROADS.
HISalSalrTI AM) TfcXEsSEKIB, H.
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i iiiadi: or .hciieddu.
N AND AFTER MONDAY, JANUARY
SI, lKti, tr.lca win run aa rouows:
X.KAVC. A1WTI.
New Orleans Mall, daily 3 3j p.m. 2a5 pjn
Kx prwnTndn, dally (except
Sunday) liiOpjn. 8S5aun
Frelchtand Aecommodafn,
daily (except Sundayj0:00ajn. iSifja
'.& connections made at Grenada with
tra 01 North and Month lor all points.
Kir further Information apply to Ticket
oBle. No.27 Main stnw-t, and at depot.
M. BURKE, Superintendent.
J AMKH SPEED. Tlckot Agent.
LOUIaTILLE ASD MAisHTILLE
GREAT SODTHEBI BaILEOaI),
ISCUEDU1LE.
Ctly Time.
Exprsss train leaves dally (except
Sundays) ' 3:15 aan
Mill train leave dally at 12:10 pjn
Accommodation train leaves dally at 405 pjn
PuI'man Palaco fileeplns-Can on all night
rains.
t or tickets or Information apply at
Ticket Office, No. 287 Halo Street,
COBBEB MADISON.
JOHN T. FLYNN, Supt Memphis Dlv.
JAMB) BPEED. Ticket Agent.
MEHl'llIS ASD CIIAELEbTOH B. B,
CH1SOE OF SCHEDULE.
ON ANT AFTER
2, 1878,
BONDAY, JANUARY
Mall train, daily at.
I.xpreK tialn, da
Leaves.
110 ajn.
Arrives.
2:10 pjn
2:30 ajn
dally, at i :10 sum.
bomervllle train, dally, cx-
cept Sundays, at 5:00 p m. 830 ajn
No cbancu of cars between Memphis and
ilKlol and Memphis -and Montgomery, and
only one change ol cars to Washington.
Bleeping cotccei on all nlgnt trains.
Time 2U minutes faster than city time.
Ttckrl Office. SS7 lfln street.
Trains will not stnn at Vance street.
W. J. BOSS. Genl Bup'L
TOM R. DUNN. Ticket AgwnU
AMUSEMENTS.
ITKBPUIR THEATKE.
T. W. DAVEY-
PBOPHirrOB
LAST THREE NIGHTS,
'ilinrnday, Friday and SatHrtlBy, Hartb
91b, 101b ancl 11th,
Of the Peerless Gem,
MISS KATIE PUTNAM,
Aided by the Sterling Actor,
ME. J. J. HULLIV. S
And her Unrivaled Comedy Company.
Httuiday MaUuee OLD CURIOSITY SHOP
Hiturdav ev'e-Grand Peoples' Nlgbt....LlN A
km puis th latkb.
it!
nP U'EKIT flVI.Y. ASI)
CATUBDAY MATINEE,
Commencing
Uonrtny Evcnlnf, March 13, 1670.
1LT.PADDOCS.
.Manager
The Supreme Favorite and Pearl of the
American Stage,
MAGGIE 55ITCUELL,
Supported by tho Sterling Actor,
Mil. TV" 31. HARRIS
AND A FIRST-CLASS COMPANY.
Monday Evening, March 13th,
FANUION, TUB CRICKE I".
Tuesday Evening, March 14th,
JANE EYKK.
Wednesday Evening, March 151b,
.LITTLE BAREFOOT.
Thurulay Evening, March 16th,
PEARL OF SAVOY.
Friday Evening. March 17th,
LOHLE.
Saturday Matinee, March 18th,
FANCHON.
Saturday Evening, March 18th,
LITTLE BAREFOOT.
Sale Of Beats will commence at Theater box-
omce rnaay, .ajarcn iu, io.o.
iTn it nricea as usual.
THOS. W. BROWN. A rent,
TAKEN UP.
xfiWK One medium black cow and one
U imall red cow, which the owner can have
livDrovlnenroDcrty and paying charges. Call
riRO. WUH'K. colored.
at Mr. Charles Thomas's place, at tho National
nemeterv. mu
IrOST.
IAR-HING In Memphis. February 21. 1876
j a gold ear-ring, coral set. The finder will
Ims liberally rewarded by leaving the same at
U. l AbUl OE IAJ.D,
mh5 No 12 Union st.
TMAMUND KING f 100 REWARD On Mon
J day, February :8th, between the Muff
and the grand stand, at Court Square, a cluster
uiamona ring a s;ontnj, wuu uie iikiuo uu
uora"on lnlde. The above reward will be
nald forltsieturr E. J. wENDEL.
fb29 No. 9 Union street-
FOR SALE OR RENT.
S1
' PLEN DID "COTTON SHED LOT Very
close and convenient to the corner of
Union street and Front row,
2CI4 FT. FRONT BY li84 DEEP,
Will be sold at a very reduced price for each.
or will be sold on time to suit, or win ue leacea
for ten years.
GEO. A. BTOVALL. 43 Madison St
ST3A7ED.
fjf ULKS-Un the night ot February 21st,
ill from my pla-e, at Germantown.Tenn.,
two whlto horse Aides, medium size; one
black horse Mule, medlnm fize; one mouse-
colorrd hoiso Mule, medium sua all old, in
UICU1UU1 AUU1.&.JU, flUU DJovliHiD.
liberal reward will be paid lor Information
Ieallnir to their reovery. Address iu a,
KHOUE1'. (irrmantovD. Tenn. fb29 eod
FOR SA3CB.
LAND Ten acres choice residence lancf
won Umbered, near Union avenue, two
in i e irom ut city, very cneap.
mh 19
W. A. COLLIER, 16 Madison St.
PEBKOHAL.
I I VORCES lezally and quietly obtained for
L mcompatiuiiity, eto.; reudence unneces'
sary; fee alter decree.
box 1U37. Chicago. III.
. GOODRICH, P. O.
fbll
ROOMS AND BOARD.
UO0M8 Furnished or unrurnlsbed, with
board; terms moderate, at 110 Monroe st.
OOMrt AND BOARD Can be had
J Market street.
at No.
mhi
AY-BOARD AND LODGING Front room
I6B UNION STREET.
FOR REST.
DWELLINU-Lsrge dwelling with 11 rooms,
in to3 condition, at 99 Madlsocl St.; pos
session given March 1st; Inquire orrpremlses.
MAIN 8TBEET STORE The large and de
blrably located storeJO Main, with toomy,
dry basement. Apply to O. A. BTOVALL.
JAMES PAKK for picnics and drills, and
all genteel outdoor rsvels. u James Park."
W. A. WHEATLE V , No. 28J Main St.
I FLOORS The three upper floors of No. 7
' Adams street, containing V large rooms.
Apply to THOS. FI8I1EB, Emmet Bank.
RESIDENCE The late residence of J. D.
Williams, No. 537 Hhelby street. Apply
to W. JOYNER, 325 Main street.
EXPOSITION BUILDING The old Mem
phis Industrial Exposition Building.
Apply to" C. N. GR03VENOR,
jal 26i Second street.
SINE OFFICES AND BLEEPING KOOMS-
Plenty of water on every noor,
dl
AY t CO-
171 and S73 Main
WAXTS.
W
HITE WOMAN-To cook, at
SITUATION By a reliable servant, to wait
on an invalid gentleman, to travel, or in a
private family; good reference given. Apply
to Mr. Cuuagln, opposite Bailey church.
Sit countant, by a thorough business young
man; good references. Address
mhlO G Appeal office.
rpo BUY A nice home, that will not cost
i overtiuju. Aaaress
mh9
L. B., Appeal Office.
RELIABLE BALE8M AN Salary 110) per
month and expenses.
mh9 BICKNELL A CO., Cincinnati.
TBAS3
r instruments.
BAND INSTRUCTOR And set of
ments. Add res P. O. box 252, Sardls,
Miss., terms, references, etc mm
81TUATION-In a respectable family to
row and assist otherwise, if necessary;
no objection going a short distance in the
country. M. C
YOUNG MAN With S100 to 1200 as partner
In business that will pay S3U0 per month.
Call t Memphis Straw Works. 41 Monroe eU
mhS W. P. PHELPS.
SITUATION As gardener or carriage-driver,
by a man who can give goo-i references.
Address A , Appeal office.
SITUATION In some nice family to do
general housework. Address
Tin u.j.u.. rrom sr.
LOCAL PARAGRAPHS.
Th,.kr AVAnlnir OLD CnRIOBITY HHOP
Frldav evenlnE LITTLE BABEKOOT
250,000
ROCKAWAY AND HOBSE A stylUh and
durable rockaway, and an excellent hone,
p.: a nargain lor casn. Aaare&s
mhlO J. J. E., Appeal office.
FENCE PICKETS, 1x3x1 feet,
rl s. 3u rer mousana. uv
WILLIAMS & CO- Lumber Dealers.
"VNION SETS Choice silver-skin onion sets
I ehean. B. P. SMITH & CO
Ehs 352 Front street.
i a( Kound selected Boyd Prolific Cotton'
Boi at seven ty-flre cents perbusheL Also,
t-oTeral hundred bushels of unzaua seed at
t: j per bunliel. For sale by
RALPH WORMELEY & CO
mh" d.tw No. 9 Union street.
A TfKACTIVE CREDIT HALE OK BUB1
A. NESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTY. I
oner for sslo the Gallanay two-story brick
house. No. 72 Court street, corner ol Third, SH
by 1!4 feet to an alley. Alto Lot Jo. 3,
lock 67, Union street, east and adjoining
Hull's llveiy siame, oyavieeiioan alley.
Also-Part lot Sll.eaM side, known as Vall &
Lewis's cosl yard. ,iM by HSK feet to an alley,
AIno Four houses and lots on Linden street,
xasi corner oi ue?oio, imuung iou ioi ou un
Uen by drs ruble depth, being one brick two-
Mory resiaence, occupiea uy a on. joan
iazae. and the three two-tory frsme. Join
ing ioti east thereof. All and each ot ihese
properties are now offered at prtvata sale
one mm casn, ana nsiance in i, a, sou o
equal annual Instalments, with six per cent.
IntereKl annually, if not sold by the 20th day
of A prti, all the above property will be sold
publicly one-lhiid cash, balance lu 1 and 2
two years, with six per csnt. Interest. For
lull Information aud purchase, apply to my
n?tnt, W. A. Wbealley, 2S0 Main stl Bethel
COTTON-CLEANEB-An Al Imported col
j ton-clean tr and duster, with ieed and de
livery ino'lnnk and other modern Improve
ments, guaranteed perlect In its um and tu
ih nor In any similar machine that can be
ltouht In the Unlied Hta
ported Atmospheric Gss ICngtne, of one-horse
power; esy to handle, and the mot economi
cal In co-tof working, acd offers greater ad
vantage than any other motor whero Email
ioweriarequiiea. Appiyai
MAGNOLIA BLOCK,
corner Union and Front sbu,
mlit Room 1', third floor.
KIR I) WOOD-250 cords b'st quality stove-
j wocki w ion levee, n jw oeuvereo. can
at levee, foot Union street, or to
JOSEPH ROGERS. No.3 Howard's Row.
GROCERY Family grocery,
No. 6S7 Main street.
good
stand,
1D24
lerson and Adams, a good bargain: must be
mm. w. a. w ii miijfc r . an Aiam su
tlTY RESIDENCE one or more of Ave of
J those nrst-cias city residences in the
Greeniaw Block, outh tide of Madhon street.
umi i-ounu nreei,weii icown as among
the mcnt convenient and pleasant in the city:
from 12 lo 14 rooms In each; cisterns, paved
backward, high walls between each lot, sew
er underground from each to the bayou.
0 1 ULts-KMiZJLtr. 30 head or broke xnaro
jjll muies. MALL A LU.
The ciiy council give one of their
performances to-night.
Katie Putnam, as "Little Barefoot,"
tt the Theater to-night.
"The Hquire's Legacy," by Mary
Cecil Hay, at Mansforcl'e.
"Carter Qaarterman," a new novel,
by William M. Baker, it Mansfoid'd.
MagRieMitcLell'eengsgement closes
the dramatic season at Uie Memphis
theater.
Horticulturists fand early vegetable
fanciers are making the dust fly About
their premises in the suburbs.
The sale of tickets for reserved seats
for Maggie Mitchell's engagement next
week, will begin at the usual places to
day. Thomas QibBon, colored, was sen
tenced to two years imprisonment on
President's Mann, by the criminal court
yesterday, for larceny.
Wo ore glad to state that County
Trustee Rawling3 is now out of danger
from his recent illness, and will soon be
able to resume his duties.
Hans Margerum's name figured on
the police docket yesterday morning on
charges of assault aud battery,for which
he was fined and required to give bonds.
James Channell was sent to Jail by
.Recorder Puff yesterday morning, on
the charge of robbing a negro of twenty
five dollars on board the steamer Qlen
coe. A p'stol shot, between twelve and
one o'clock this morning, aroused the
denizens of the vicinity ot North Ceuit
and Second streets. The ehootist was
not discovered.
The cracked levee is tumbling to
the racket of the declining liver. Who
will tumble to the racket of tlie valua
ble property, both public and private,
being swept away?
A Nashville court has decided that
the agents of the Guizot Hlttory of
France must fulfill their engagements
at the contract price seven dollars and
a-h&lf for tho history complete.
Tom Tarpley. colored, was shot and
- i r ... f
pernaps mortany wounaea in eomer
ville, last Monday, by Stephen J. Pal
mer, who was released on two thousand
dollars bail. The falcon does not give
the particulars or tne auucuity.
Arrangements are perfecting to
complete the gap of fifty miles in the
Faducah and Memphis railway, so that
soon we are to Dave jinuroKen com
munication between Memphis and the
northern terminus ot tnis road.
James Channell who calls himself a
farmer, was pulled by Oflicer Jenny yeS'
terdav morning, on charges of larceny
from Che person. He had one hundred
and ninety-five dollars in his pocket
wnen soarcnea at tne statiennouse.
Our one-horse driver takes no oare
To look up the straggling passenjare;
So when wa wish to stop a cair,
After shaking in vain our umbrellalre,
And yelUng again and beating the air,
Ve hire a boy to run around the cair
And tell the driver to stop the cair
ir he wants another passenjare.
Uoxtlard Timtt.
As will be seen by advertisement In
another column, Mr. T. r. Winchester,
assignee in bankruptcy, will sell at pub
lic outcry, on the corner of Madison and
Main streets, several aesirapie farms on
tne Memphis and Charleston railroad,
ybesldes other valuable property at noon
totiay.
A free fight, of the spring order, wss
mauigea in at tne corner ot Mam anu
Market streets yesterday mornim?, par
ticipated in by two butchers, two sa-
ioon-Eeepe 5113 a mercnanr. Tne
parties were srrested.and required to cut
up twenty-five dollars cachTorfeitto in-
- - . .1- 1. ii
sure itieir npnearyuue upiore me record
er iuih inamiug.
The Ledger twilight historian hss
caugnt several persons in the act of gaz-
iDg at toe moon, ana nas nimseif be
come inspired with "the charming
weamer, wuicu comet wnen tne sun nas
gone to rest, and when pale Luna fori.
ginal) sheds her softened light down
upon tho world," etc, pat him in his
diminutive cocch,
In another column anoara a eom
munication from several ladles, who can
only attend the matinee performances at
tne 1 neater, re meeting mat Miss Katie
Putnam will appear as "Jane Eyre" at
the Saturday "matinee, etc. We hope
Manager u:ookb win prevail ucon the
charming little actress to make the
change in tne programme as desired,
Mr. J. W. Conrad, of tha citv. hm
.... : .. . . w 1 t
Deen awarueu tne contract to build the
new tourtnouse at Homervi le. in F&v.
ette county. His bid. beincr dealcrpr! tho
lowest and best by the building commit
tee, was $i,vuu, exclusive or tne galvau
ized iron, painting, tinning and plumb.
ing, -wnicn win amount to about S797S.
a 1 ii.il i -. : 1
uuu uia&o iuo uuuuiuK ixiBi. complete,
about S37.S75. '
A olear sky favored the view of tho
moon's eollpso last nieht. Lovers draw
little comfort from Uie view, as the dark
side of the picture, even of the queen of
uigni, jaiia 10 inspire tne love-laden
tales modern Adonises delight to nour
1- . 1 1 1 , , ., . 1 .
iuui uie cars, uuu ueguue me loo-irnar.
ing hearts, of the Venuses of the pres
ent day. Then look not upon the moon
when in eclipse.
Jackson 8aunders. ofHooefielfl. who
was bitten by a rabid doe several dav
ago, died Wednesday night of hydro
phobia. A negro, bitten bv tha sam
dog, Is also affected, and, it is thought,
will alao die. Several cows, bitten by
the dog, have died within the past two
weeks, and those persona who have been
drinking the milk of the cows ara ter
ribly frightened, fearing the result.
Hire we have the solution of annm-
Uon of Interest to many Memphlana. It
Is furnished us by the Nashville Ameri
can of Wednesday, and is to this effect:
"Several months ago, an agent for Qui'
zoVs BUtory of France procured a large
number of subscribers to that work,
which was to have been delivered in
three volumes. He subsequently sold
out his interest to another party, who
announced that there would be one or
two additional volumes. As the sub
scribers had entered into an agree
ment to pay a certain price for
the complete history in three vol
umes, they of court e refused to pay.
One of them, Isaac Rhea, entered a suit
against the second agent, who, Mr. Rhea
claimed, was bound to carry out the
contract of his predecessor,-and a judg
ment In plaintiff 'a favor was rendered
In the circuit court yesterday. Thejury
assessed the judgment at reven dollars
and fifty cents, requiring him to pay the
costs, which, however, will be paid
jointly by the subscribers."
PERSONAL.
Mr. John S. Sullivan has resigned
and withdrawn from Company A, Irish
volunteers.
The register of the cotton exchange
bad the following names of visitors yes
terday: T. H. Willard, Jonesboro, Illi
nois; J. H. Van Alstine, Little Rock;
Ballard Smith, Louisville; E. O. Stan
nard, St. Louis; James Gibb, Cincin
nati; James Robinson, Locgway, Mis
sissippi; J. W. A. Jones, Mason, Ten
nessee; E. B. Seaver, New York; J. C.
Harris and D. C. Everett, Tiptonville.
Tennessee.
AMUSEMENTS.
Tbs Tbenter MnnnRer will Take Notice.
Editors Appeal Many ladles, sit
uated so tney cannot attend the Theater
at night, wish to see Katie Putnam play
Jane Eyre. They also wish to see Mag
gie Mitchell in some other play than
ifancAon or Old Curiosity Shop, and wish
you to suggeatit inyour columns. Those
two plays are, it seemB, always selected
for matinees; atkthem to change the
programme for the matinpes.
V b MANY LADY FRIEND3.
Tbe Tbcater.
At the Theater last night The Old Cu
riosity Shop was reproduced, Miss Put
nam sustaining the dual character of
"Little Nell" and "The Marchioness"
well up to the scale of former occasionc
Her songs and dances, and musical per
formances were appreciated by an at
tentive audience. To-night tho little
lady appears as "Amry, the Little Bare
foot," in the beautiful domestic play
entitled The Little Barefoot, a com
panion to Funchon, and in the portrayal
of which Miss Putnam and her com
pany have won favorable comments
from the most exacting critics. This is
said to be her masterpiece, and we hope
to see a crowded house to greet nerin
the character she has chosen for a
MemDhis Friday nieht audience. Dur
Ing the play Miss Putnam will render a
song, the words and music of which are
her own composition. The Old Curiosity
Shop is billed for tho matinee to-mor
row afternoon, but we hope the man
apement will make the change request
ed bv "Manv Ladles" in another
nlace. and which, we think, will be
in good taste, as the former play has al
ready been pressnted twice by the Put
nam combination.
TEMPERANCE.
Tho
Under the above name, on the
sixth of March, at a meeting of ladies
held in the First Methodist church, was
formed a society for the active prosecu
tion of temperance work. A full con
stitution was adopted and temporary of
ficers were elected. An adjourned meet
ing was appointed for Wednesday even
ing, the fifteenth instant, at three
o'clock promptly, at tbe Cumberland
Presbyterian church, Court street. The
ladies already enrolled urgently request
all ladies, married or single, young er
old, who are at all interested in the cause
of temperance, to be present at this
meeting. It is not expected that all will
take an active or public part. But all
can give the encouragement of their
presence and the weight of their names
as members, tnougn tneir laoors do en
tirely or mainly confined to their own
homes or to their own immediate circle.
They say "we owe it to our sisters of
New Orleans, Nashville and other cities,
who are engaged actively in the temper-
anca movement under the plans lately
initiated, to be no Ies3 active than they
in this cause so vitally important to
every wife and motner."
New York Ledger, Weekly Fireside
Companion and baturday JNight retail
for five cents, at
W.SriCKERNAGLE'S.125 Poplar streeL
Fresli Oysters
Rceived daily at J. A. Signaigo's, No.
278 Second street.
A TJNivERAL remedy. Brown's bron
chial troches, for cough?, colds and bron
chial affections, stand first in nubile fa
vor and confidence. This result has been
acquired by a test of many yeaia.
Wall Paper.
Beautiful spring patterns at Quacken-
busn's paint store, auu Main.
Go TO Leddln'a Business College.
Spring Style Hals.
Just received a nice assortment of
gents' -silk dress hats. Gents' soft and
stiff felt dress and business hats.
Youths' hats, nobby styles, new colors
ana styles, xtoys'.anu cnuuren's natF,
a large variety to suit all, at prices to
suit the times. Call and see, and price
tne gooas anu be convineeu.
COHEN, the Hatter.
219 Main street, under Worsham House.
Attend BobsrtBon's Business College!
" ; ;
The cheapest and nest Steam Dyetno
and Cleaning HfTJ8K in the dry is at lis
oooona street. i.j. w s LSJUt'dt UO.
Opinion of Dr. William H. Stokes.
pnysician, aie. xiope iteirear, Baltimore.
" "X nave great pleasure in add
ing my testimony to the v rtuea of
Lieblg's Liquid Extract of Beef and
Tonic Invigorator as the very best prep
aration used, ana therefore confidently
.1 ! L I 1 1. f , -
levijwuiuuu 41 to iut meuica profes
sion." a. W, JONES & CO.,
Agents, Memphis.
Those who desire a good article to re
store gray hair to its youthful color, we
would recommend to purchase Hall's
vegetable Sicilian iair Jttenewer, a
most excellent and- valuable prepara
tion, oaiu oy an uruggifcta.
Asthma. It is useless to describe the
tortures of spasmodic aithma. Those
who have suflered from its distressing
paroxysms know what it is. Jonas
Whitcomb's remedy has never failed to
aiurii immediate relief.
Woman's Christina Temperance
Union, of Memphis.
TENNESSEE.
Standing of All the Tire and Marine Insurance Companies Doing Business in the
State, March, 1S7G.
An Oniciul Sialement from, the Insurance Commissioner hi Advance or the Annual
Report.
OFFICE INSURANCE COMMISSIONER, NASHVILLE, TENN., MARCH 1, 1S7G.
The following companies having complied with the laws of Tennessee are
authorized to do business for 1876. The list embraces only those companies that
have complied fully. Other companies have filed statements, but have not re
ceived authority to transact business, and cannot until the requisite changes are
made In their investments:
COMPANIES AUTHORIZED TO DO BUSINESS IZT TENNESSEE:
Names op Companies.
.Ktna, Hartford..
Amazon.
American Central.
Atlantic.
Paid up
Capital.
Commerclal.of St Louis,
Con necticnt
Continental
Citizens, of Newark.
Farmers and Drovers-
Fire Association
Firemen's Fund...
Franklin, of Phlla'phla
Franklin, of Missouri.
German American.
GermanU ..........
Georgia Home
Harti'ord ..
Hanover
Home, of New York
Home, of Ohio ....... .
Hoffman .. ..
Insurance Co. of N. A
Manhattan.. 1
Mechanics and Traders!
Mercantile Mutual
National, of Hartfoid.
Niagara. ... '
Phojnix.of Connecticut1
Phenlx.of New York...!
Sprlugtleld 1
St. Joseph. .... , j
Ht. Louis............ ....
Traders..... .......
Union, of Ga.vtstcn.....i
Westchester
Foreign Companies.
Commercial Union..
Hamburg-Bremen......
imperial.. ............
London Assu. Corpor'n
Liverpool, London and
Globe
Lancashire ...
N 'th Brit, i Mercantile!
Northern... ........
Royal............
Royal Canadian
Scottish Commercial...
$3,000,000
000.OCO
300 000
200.000
"imfim
1,000000
200,000
"566T006
soo.ooo
400.000
200.003
1,000 000
500V100
227,500
1.000,000
500,000
3,000.000
25t00
200,000
1,000,000
250,000
20O.C0O
500,000
500.000
500.000
000,000
1,000,000
6C0.O0O
200 000
2i0,000
500,000
200,600
250.000
Gross Assets.
Gross Liabili
ties above
Capital.
S6,792,G49 98
975.2S2 00
709,813 29
500,611 91
"i)e,224 35
2,M5 848 67
460,408 i
'SJSTesTio
47,188 45
3256,611 11
300,255 40
2 057.412 49
1 710J51 32
487,505 Kl
3,005,334 88
182,631 78
6,017,021 74
501,605 43
410,921 19
5,167,547 46
797.15S 19
659.205 93
1,027,815 59
1 003,201 65
1.458,141 50
L906J61 60
2,545 161 01
1,381,880 24
401,341 00
346 479 00
815,820 03
249415 45
859,700 49
777,355 41
614,155 55
9S9.630 94
837,867 SO
3,766330 17
O03.5G2 61
1.719 OIK 40
9,339,538 63
1,348,421 58
2,430.0o'J 78
791509 30
570,745 83
2,057.557 12
413,760 91
291,053 06
167,562 11
195,'88S58
1,159,835 14
236,383 03
2TtT,5982S
397,688 31)
2,227,114 13
61,711 60
547,777 27
593,991 41
80,206 50
11465 37
689.872 58
2,147.299 12
181,229 43
115,470 09
2,2454 18
268,668 32
138,307 48
322420 41
217,110 37
50043 50
920,480 87
759,412 26
466 6?S 73
106,839 16
99 021 39
157,397 C6
33,343 38
429,213 77
417,749 18
185,371 92
276,727 77
210.015 46
1 869,211 01 -278,285
89
924 355 85
8,460,311 74
517,116 57
1,342.185 42
4S9 961 51
215.G93 23
Surplus as re
gards policy
holders. il,733,092 W
561421 09
418,791 63
333,049 77
""21-0577
1,656,013 53
224,025 53
T6j6j272
3I9.&00 15
1,069426 98
231,7t6 20
1409.7115 22
1J16159 83
417,299 30
1,791,069 51
892,759 20
3,899,722 62
320,376 00
293.4i3 10
2,922017 28
628,489 87
520498 45
705,295 IS
756,091 28
957.298 00
985,680 73
1,7S5.CS3 78
915,131 51
291405 CO
217.138 00
658,972 39
216.172 07
4304S6 72
Z59,C06 23
4:8,783 63
712 803 17
597,852 34
1497.119 IS
227,276 72
791,7(6 55
1,629,196 89
831,275 01
1,087468 36
11447 79
355 052 55
snrnlus
over ail Lia
bilities.
1,735,092 86
61421 09
118.791 63
133,019 72
""2Is"577
656013 53
21,025 53
""sftoioGTri
49,800 15
069,526 IS
31,786 20
509,705 22
616 159 8S
189,799 SO
791,069 51
392,759 20
819.722 62
70476 00
1,922,017 23
278.489 87
320493 45
2UVSn is
256491 23
457.298 00
.J85.6S0
785,688 78
315 181 51
94,505 00
47,458 00
158472 39
16,172 07
180,486
STEAMBOATS.
Sir. A. jL., Isfo. 1. r-$Z
T0WIX6, JOHBIXGand PUMPING
DONE WITH DI3PATCII.
Orders left on board, or with J. M. Williams 4
Co ,222 Front St., promptly attended to.
fhl J. C. OATKf . Master.
FOR ARKANHAB RIVER.
For Pine Bluff, Little Rock and all way land
ings on Arkansas river.
LF.aAL TEMIESi. -TT-"-k
Eil. Rowland ...master jwfiSEQFC
Leaves Glenn's Wharf boat SATURDAY,
March 11th, at 5 pjn for all points on Ar
kansas river through to Fort Smith.
.INO. N. HARBIN, Supt.,296 Front st,
R. P.GLENN. Agent. on Vbarfnont.
FOR VICKSBURG.
Hcmplilsnnrt Tlclisbnri: PncStet Conip'v
V. H. Jllnll Une.
For VickRburg and all Way Landlntrs.
Blake-
Steamer JULIA,
. mater,
Leaves FRIDAY, March 10th, at 6 p.m.
ah. ctrurui,
Bnp't Ml-alsslppl River Elevator Company.
FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
V. 8. nail For (Mcroln. ftctr M(I rid,
illcbrnau, Vnlr aud Nt. Lords.
Str. OITY OF CHESTER,
Zelcler master.
Leaves THURSDAY, March lh, at a pjn.
AD. STORM,
Bnp't Mississippi River Elevator Company
Abstract of FIro, JInrine nud Inland Insurance Rnslness Transacted In Tennes
see During me xearis.o.
NAME or COMP'Y
Risks
Written
in 1S75.
Other States.
iEtna.......
Amazon.. ...
Am. Central...
Atlantic.
Clay...
Connecticut
Continental.....
Clt. of Newark...
Farm's &. Drov's.j
Fire Association
Firemen's Fund.
Kranklln.Phll'a.
Franklin of Mo.
Uerm'n Amer'cn
Germanla. ....
Georgia Home..
JUarlloru
Hanover.
Home. ........
Hoffman..
In. Co. of N.Am.
Manhattan.
Mech'siTrad'rs
Merc't'l Mutual.
Nat'n'I, Hartl'd.
Niagara
PeopIes.Newark
Phoenix, Hartf'd
Phoenix, N. Y..
Penn, Phlladel'a
Sprlngl'IdFAM.
SUJoseph F.&. M.
St. Louis
Traders ....
Union. Texas
Westchester.
Foreign Comp't. .
Com'l Union
Jlainb 'g-Bremnt
Imperial j
Lon. As. corp'n.
L,L. and Globe. I
Prem'ms
Rece'd
in 1S75.
S2.2S9.822
731487
680.063
106,-221
307484
,162,200
viu,iia
225,161
' 293057
636405
256,983
1.31S.238
59,907
371492
532,671
611,260
1,778,730
451,916
2,207 112!
161,6501
&UI453
233,100
5400
747476
27S400
490,5 0
296435
1,099 392
l.lf-5 001
619,210
170 773
252 500
115,125
170400
115,950
219,476j
511,74"
012,290
6S4400
634 775
1.101.860
Losses
Incurred
In 1875.
37.051 F8
11399 83
13,010 IS
3,410 17
5,277 47
1,772 25
8 918 98
6,719 46
5,01 54
10,693 03
3,733 44
24369 50
1,402 31
6,232 81
8.055 51
9,(8 851
16 217 71
7470 02
32,029 12
2,689 17
9 448 86
3,437 CO
115 00
5415 59i
32259 27
8480 331
4.H8 10
17,779 58
14,118 12
7,788 15
3,407 68
4,115 47
2,061 66
1,920 21
2i453 13: .
7,712 24!
8415 21'
9,483 00 1
8,7.18 901
174S5 84
$52,164 89
15,634 12
21 25
2.68S 10
"'2,0166C
1,250 00
425 00
90S 69
1,039 GO
20.127 11
""2$649
3,766 33
""933180
3,766 33
1-428 63
2.164 98
1.856 05
550 03
81226
1,0".7 03
4,187 03
2497 SI
11476 OS
6,020 02
1317 00
2,172 82
3,661 15
.510 00
470 01
274 15
34 00
5,291 10
2603 S3
5.319 93
4,051 14
NAME OF COMP'Y
Rl-ks .Prem'msi Losses
Written I Rece'd Incnrrpd
in 187j. in 1875. in 1875
Cbmp'n of Other',
Stales. '
Lancashire S
N. U.& M. In.CO.
Queen..... 1
Royal I
Royal Canadian.
Scot lsh Com'l...,
Tennessee Co s.
Bluff City..
Equitable.
Frankland .........
Hernando.....
Home
Merchants
M.C. F.iG.I.C.
Mls. Vallev .
Nashville L'om'li
Peoples .,.... j
Planters
PhCEOiX
State
Tenn.FandM
Washington.
36450'$ 492 12
1.739.746'
2,o70 492,
! 8,673
317.4531
170,725
IJGl.GOS
2,1012267
420,93
2,lS9,963j
'TsS'.oi'e
l,910,;ifl5
1406,047
2,725,884
2477,117
3,164 907
913 ao
1,142,793
Vmount
Insured.
29,225 47
2744S 40
JU,81t 17
4.146 42
2,911 41
27.4S2 45
39449 07
7,141 63!
42,196 401
20597 33
23,716-81,
01 too
20,003 72
21,222 43l
20442 6i
3i;i49 29 1
27.067 S3
42414 76
12.153 15
12,817 41
Prem'ms
Rec'd.
S
5449 57
15.9G6 6:
11,851 3S
425 00
40 00
7.721 41
22,650 75
115 44
11,689 55
10,175 07
5616 95
7,123 17
U.02U tb
2,700 40
Mo. UO
11.416 84
6,416 45
21,bS7 &
10 00
4,747 50
Losses.
BuRlnecs of CoV
of other States.! 20455,278, 311,199 91 150.000 91
Business ot ir'nl 1
9,111,601 133,071 21 50,932 67
ComnsnIa-..
Business of Ten
Companies
Total. ,
Total nrem's rec.
br all romp's..
Total losses by
all comp's
2t,6M,D93'373.0i9 51
51,101,975 820463 69!
1874.
187J.
1192263 93
326403 51
1875.
7422283 61, 9H.94S C8 820,363 09
t
392.126 05 4 45 37S 97 320.203 54
LETTERS FB0S THE PEOPLE.
"Tbe Desecration or tbe Snbbnth."
Editors Appeal An artlclo headed
"The Desecration of the Sabbath" ap
peared In Wednesday's is-ue or your
paper, in which "Inquirer" presumes to
condemn exhibitions and such like
amusements on a Sunday, as tending to
destroy religion. Now, is it not time,
Messrs. Editors, that those religious
gentlemen begin to consider that there
is quite a number of decided atheists of
excellent morals in tnu city, who teei
no obligation for religious contempla
tion on a Sunday, but who certainly
have a right to make the Sunday for
tnomeeives a any 01 ipse ana recreation
as well? As "Inquirer" pictures it, one
might be ltd to believe that poor, eufler
ering humanity had been compelled to
attend frof. rappers exhibition, and
thereby been robbed of the rest which
Sundry should have tfruidet'. Now, it
seems to me that ihoe who do not
wish to attend an exhibition, drama,
lecture, cr any other amusemont,can do
as they please. But, on the other hand,
it is but just that those who do wish to
amuse themselves jn such meaner
Bheuld f)9 left at full 1 jberty to do so on a
Spnday a3 weli'as'any other day of the
week! In no manner does an exhibi
tion at tbe Theater, cr any other publip
hall. interfere with the religious' ceremo
nies being enacted in any church of the
city at 1 he same time; and it'is but fair
that religious people should not try to
interfere in any orderly amusement that
less rtjlgious people feel inclined to in-?
dulge in. This Is a free country, and
every citizen at liberty to btjlevo or. dis
believe whatever he pleases. It would
be well, then, for thcsei religious gentle
men to awaken to the fact that "no re
ligion" is with gome people a religion
also. Honi sott animal y pense,
atheist,
LAW REPORTS.
SI VI If III
IN THE
Sunday Appeal
THE JFAPSSS
Firi
Qvertiser
HOTEL.
Circuit Court Ilclskell, Jndge.
Only three cases on vesterdav's calen
dar were disposed of. No new cases are
added for to-day.
Criminal Court Adams, Judge,
The following cases are sst for trial to
day: 374. Theodore Goebola: 600. Ben
Singleton; 237, Todd; 2C6, James
Morgan; 202, Sterling Percy; 170, Kate
jacKson; in, uaoo Munter.
Cbanccry Court Slorgan, Judge.
To-day is motion dav. Fizer vs Cum-
miners on trial vpsfpnlav. hnr not fin.
IsheJ. "
Flowers for Sale.
Mrs. Sledge has opened a salesroom at
357 Main street, In connection with her
greenhouses on Rayburn avenue. Bou
quests, cut flowers and fbral designs,
bedding plantg, eto.
Fresh Fisli.
Red snanoer and Mackinaw trnnt re
ceived daily at Victor D. Fuch's, No. 41
Jefferson street.
Neuralgia. "Nouril" cures It.
by G. V. Jones & CoM MsmphU.
Sold
experience warrants us in recom
mending Hall's vegetable Sicilian b air-
ran ewer as a sure remedy for gray hair.
The tonic qualities of Leibic's liauld
extract of beef are much greater than
those found in any other specific or ap
petizer, and la now recommended by the
best physicians in England and America
for consumption, debility, idver, ague.
loes of appetite, etc Geo. W. Jones &
Co,, agents, Memphis.
R. Q. Dun & Co. have their March
Issue of their Reference-Book to hand.
Oar Specialties.
The latest novelties In plain and fancv
stationery, juvenile doors, tcacnera'
bibles, reward cards and Sunday School
supplies. A. F. dod t CO..
311 Main street.
Garden seeds, grass seeds, fruit
trees, evergreens and flowering plants,
at Otto Schwlll'a seed store, 346 Main st
Strawberry Boxes
for sale by Williams & Co., lumbar deal
er, corner Gayoso and Second streets.
The March Ipsub of R. G. Dun &. Co.'
Reference-Book Is coirected to date, and
is made expressly for the southern trade,
ATER'S SABSAPA1ULLA
FOR PUBIFYjKG THE BL03Dt
Ihls compound of
me vegetame altera
tives, SarsapailUa,
, 1 1 1 1 . . t .. .. .
Mandrake -with tbe
iodide or Pilassinm
and iron, makes
most effectual cure of
a series or complaints
wnicn are very preva
lent and afflicting, it
parities the blood,
nunresoutthe Inrklne
uumura iq me sysiem, iqh& aaaermine neaun
and settle Into troublesome disorders. Erup
tions of the skin are tbe appearance on the
mrfaco ot humors that should be expelled
from tbe blood. Internal derangoments are
tbe deternvnatlon of those same humors to
some internal organ or organs, whose action
mey aerange.ana wnose suesiance tney des
troy. Atxk's SABSAPABII.I.A. exnels these
hnmort frcm the blood. When thev are eone.
uiu uif uiuuis mey pruuuee uisppear. sucn as
Ulcerations of the Liver, Stomach, Sidneys,
Lungs, Eruptions and Kruptive Diseases of the
sain, eu Anmony s r ire, itcte or Erysipelas,
Pimples. Pustules. Blotches, Bolls, Tumors,
Tetter and Salt Rheum; Scald Head, Ring
worm, Ulcers' and Sorey, Rheumatism, Neu
i ojgla. Earn In tbe Roses, side and Head, Fe
male weakness. BtO'IUty Lenchorrhoea arts.
ing from Internal ulceration and uterine dis
eao, Droc.y, Dyspepsia, EmaclaUon and
General Debility. With their departure
health returns.
PREPARED BT
Dr. J. C. AYXR & CO., IrfrweU, Mass.,
PrmctlCAl and Analytical ChemUis.
Bold by all Druggist and Dealers In Medicine.
THE PEABODY having changed proprie
tors, the following; rates for board and rooms
wlU be charged from tills date:
Boprd nud room.3 00 to Si ner day
Uny-rtoard . ,833 per insnib
Dajr-rRoartl (3 meals),,. ..S30 per month
Dn,y-Ho,srd (transleui) 81 SO pez dny
Having made our terms moderate we hnnn
wj receive a uoerai suaro of patronage, and
respectmilv Is. the encouragement of the
merchants of Memphis and the general
public.
C. B. QAM.QW?. Manngfr.
FOR LOTJIrjVILLS. t CINCINNATI.
OLD RELIABLE.
For Cairo, Evansvllle, Louis villa and Cincinnati.
Tint, Sliinkle-
Ja. Kenniston.mastpr Vf. V. Mclntyre.clerk
Leaves FRIDAY, March lOlh.at 5 p.m.
Andy JBatnn,
H. J. Vinton .master I M. M. Deem. cierK
Leaves TUESDAY, March 14th,at6p.m.
Through tickets to Boston. 314: Baltimore.
S25: Now York, S30; Philadelphia 828. Apply
orio it. w. iiuiixisuii.t;.
Sunt . 296 Front st.
1 board
CHEEK LINE.
For Vlcfesburj; and all U y Londln.is,
The elegant steamer
Mark R. Cheekmaster Joe. Speerscler:
Loaves Memphis every TUESDAY' at 6
pjn., connecting with steamers and railroads
for New Orleans.
The Illinois makes closo connections with
tho Chicot railroad, the Parisott line for points
on Yazoo river, and tho R. E. Leo for New Or
leans. For Snpolson, ITelenn, Friarw Point and
nil Way Landings.
The elegant steamer
A.
Georze Malone,
Lsavea MONDAYS and THURSDAYS, 5 p.m
llelf-na and iSeaiia TrI-'Wcsbly Packet.
The elegant and fleet slde-whoel steamer
Nat. S. Green.master I D. P. Davis clerk
W1J leave everv MONDAY, WiiDNESDAY
and FRIDAY, at 5 p.m.
Particular attention paid to freight and pas
Bengers for Walnnt and Conncil Bends.
For freljht or passage appy on ooard or to
GEO. W. CiiEEIC, aopt.,
Memphis and Vlcksburg Packet Company,
No. 263 Front street, op-stalra.
Or to R. W. UGHTBURNE, Agent,
nnt iSS Front strwt.
FOR "WHITE RIVER.
Hilt ilarry illeupbla ccd VVbite Hive:
V. a. Iall lane.
Mouth White River, Indian Bay, St, t.'harles,
Crocketts Blnff, Mt. Adams, Clarendon, De
Valls Blnrl, Des Arc, Augusta, Jacksonport,
West Point and Searcy.
.ine nne passenger steamer
E. c. postal ......ma3ter
Loaves Memphis every SATURDAY at 5 pjn,
The rice passenger steamer
City ol Aiigiistas
M. R. Jlarry. . master
Leaves Memphis every TUESDAY at 5 pjn.
For freight or passage apply on board, or to
J. T. WASHINGTON, Ag't. SW Front st.
R. P. GLENN, Agent, on Wharlboat,
Freight consigned to Milt Harry will be
bandied freo cf storage, drayaga and commis
sion, and pet through proiautly. Shippers
will pleaso send fral.ht to Glenn's Wharf
boat, as nsnal. nov7
FOR NEW ORLEANS.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
For Vlchsbarg. HalcliPr, New '.Jrlean,
and YVnjr LaDdlngs. Tho Great
Str. Thompson Deanjgg
W. B. Miller m.Ser Geo. Miltenberger.cierk
Having entered the trade as above, wUl leave
Memphis as foUpws:
Thursday, Feb. 17th. Thursday, Maroh 2d
And every alternate Iharsday thereafter
during the season. Special attention given to
ail business intrusted to U3.
R, M. BRADFORD, Agent, 5 MatJlson st,
J. T. WASHINGTON. Agent, SCO Frontst,
LEE LINE FQR CHICOT.
Regular Semi-Weekly Napoleon, Chicot aud
neons nu u. a. jiau raccei i or Helena
Fr'ars Point. Terrene, Prentlffl, Nanoleon,
Chicot, and all Bond Landings.
Str. idlewlld. e4
Stack Loo jnaarter Ed R. TUomasLclerk
Leaves Memphis every TUESDAY and 8AT-
ui tucu weeit at o o ciock p,rr
Through bills for freight and ntanQ,
all points on Little Rock. Pine Rlnii n.i x. n
R.R.over this boat Rlneii hir-r-aninin kjt
LOW, Agent L. R., P. B. and N. O. Railroad.
or ireignt ornassaso aiply to
J. T. WAHHIBGTON, Agent, sm Front st
FOR ASHPORT.
Regular Randolph, Kultqn aud Osceola b'emi-
pac
Woeklv Packet.
O. K. Joplin..... master
Leaves Memphis MONDAYS. WEDNES
DAYS and FRIDAYS at 5 pjn.
For freight, c.t pm-uicA aorlv nn hnnrd.
33 ZiIHS.
Carrylus: tbe C. j.
Va 17.1 b . . -r..,.-
nicun. atu.-- lfrin- pnl,,t oil
, lantauon Landings.
AP- new and elegant passenger steamer
Jas. Lee ma--tor Jas. Thompson, clerk
ico,icii iuuiiuay, weunosuay ana i-n-
day, at 5 u.m
For I mgbt or piUHage a;
j. x
p?ly to
WASHINGTON,
"In. Sm Vmn t
rtfRNITTJRE.
PJLTJiilSZERS.
TO THE TRADE!
r NOW HAVE THE LARGEST AND
s. oest. selected slock of COMMON ABU
Hcuiua
FURNITURE
ever offered In the South, which I will, for the
next ninety days, Sell at Manufacturers'
W. K, THIXTON,
250 SECOND STREET,
fbll
Trvlns BIooIil.
INSUHAHOE.
mMmmm
THIS WEEK AT
MENKEN BROTHERS
AX IHHESSE iSSORTHEXT Of
Just Receive, per Express, from New York. New and Elegant Lines of
:OSIERYi! HOSIBBYS
IN STRIPED AND SOLID COtORS, JCSt OPENED.
We will show, on JVCOINTDO Gtlx liist., a magnificent line of
HAND-EMBROIDERED
FRENCH
Made of MADAPOLAM PERCALE, which in prieo anl manufacture mut 00m
mend them to our patrons.
Chemise, Brawors, Nightgowns, Sto., Etc,
Fmbroidered In new sna heauilful deslgtis. Call and eximlne tho aliove goods, !o
gcther with many other of tbe Latest Novelties from European and
Eastern markets.
3Sew Parasols
md Snn-ITxabrellas,
Latest Styles jLadies' Spring Costumes
IN NEW SPRING FABRICS.
261 and g3 Main Sire.
AT WHOLESALE.
3
Staple and Fancy Groceries
25 boxps Itr'hkfxnt IUcod,
400 boxe4N YSlnte,utl 4uini?Cnese
300 tnbs Choice Rnlter,
cao bbl. Flwnr vnrians ersdH,
1000 pkgs. Etackcrel.Herrlaz.lVliltrmii
1000 cs. ennM foraatcs nr.! Ingnn c, n.
1300 ecs-H fencbe., tireu berrtvu, 1 u
ppls, ,
BOO I)hs. Kplrrd 'lrnr lillnl Ynnnf-l
30 bbla. II . w and Slin Hacnrn,
5 r!.i Jnv, lilssnil ( srluf 11 Corrft,
150 bbl. snd Lf.bblM. Sh-i t ltfer, elo.
' OOS. FRONT 'AND UKICjir STS.
W. W. GDT,
J. EC. M'CLEXLJLa
wpt 1 If If?
AND
ft.
m
IS
eniEM eoiiisifi iiEOMim
ios. 260 anfi 62 Front St., Fempiiis, Temi.
HARDWAE 5
lts Tor B. F. ATery & Sou's Plows orders flJIsd IVo w stora or
On In Innnfn IT fl HS1 x. . - -
uv' "so"'5 "i x. e. jaiuaavs (ino origiKal ana oulr
Urie Plov,
Sole Agents Win. Cloro's Wrougat Calhoun Plows,
Owners of Sitchell Tatent Cotton Scraper.
aair, Ills LASQEST STOCK 13 TH"
Trace-cbolss,
Slngletrcfs,
Plowheams,
Spades,
s?.ity
Uamps,
Donbhtrce3,
CieTiscs,
Shorcls,
Cellars,
Plowllncs,
Wedges,
1 cprings,
Crofcus Saws,
iiHa r,nt&nf...l .. .1 m 1..
, -u. uuu x.,3yHiiuj' Tools, DnIMeib' Uardwarc,
rJwiatlop Wagoas, Etc.. Etc.
l&tfh 21ST) -Vv
liaesbauJs,
I'lowLiintJiss,
OfS,
IroH,
elttoar,
HAVOLliON HILL.
FOJ3TAIN1:.
JKU13 3JIJ1,,
N.
Hlii?s FOITMIl & m
COTTON FACTORS
IB
jata. w nissaj
360 AND 382 PB0M8PBBBT.
rocers,
We are now ready for the Trade -with our usual heavy stock, selectol for
t Sit CHARTS EXCLUJIV2I.T.
BOOTS and SHOES?
mm hm bsys' hits, women's mwd hats.
333 MASK" iTSS"!.
J. H.
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OF MEMPHIS
OFFICE. 16 HMSQN ST,
CASH CAPITAL, : $300,000 00
0A8H ASSETS, : : 444,046 87
OFFICS9LB.
TO- M. FARRINQTON, President.
H. T. LEMMON, Vle-PresldenL;
J. A. SIMMONS, Secwtary
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To Clly Subscribers. Delivered by Cbi.
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uwav-owit, xieing me mommy
record of every Important event In any Dart
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choicest miscellany of tbe month, carefullv
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"Rebellion Record."
Beautifully printed, with an elegant steel
portrait of the late millionaire, W'm. B. Astor.
monthly magazine ever issued. Sold hy all
book and Bews dealers, ani) sent free by mall
on recelnl of price, to dents, by
u. w. uusLbw -t CO., Publishers.
mhlO eod Madison Square, New York,
UBGIES, CAERIA6ES SQEOO
W. W. SonoourixLB. hZnbt g. Mrr-Lxs, Louia Has lt7I:s,
AND LIGHT
SPRING WAGONS
T HAVE ON HAND A SELECT STOCK OF
j. ine aoove renicies, expressly bmit for
bnTTlA friuln nf mv mun rt.n nnf,i.,n.. IBv.i-v
I will SELL CHEAPER (workmanship and
material considered) than they can be Im
ported lrom anr other market. I am rntin-
Licuivu v uuim iiiu clam oi woric iu Ull
DEU, on short notice. Also, to Rennlr. Trim
and Paint dd carriages promptly, and in very
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Sfo, 03 Union Street
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COTTON FACTORS AND RKffflSflT.fifiHJin
WAl&mg
256 FRONT STREET,
Ictestockof rnce?le ana rian.
We keep constantly on hand trm lant ... .
utiion snpiniea in tae. cJly.Maklnic tlonr riZ! J
Ties a specialty. Sale acenis Vcr H ititVs.?;?
f a?nsVd vTVnlishotUMan
stock before purchaslne elsewhere. Our if r P.r. ii elr I,,lrf;u ty c i)Cg r. -J cx' -
ment, giving his persona .ttoUrgK'" P"" ove. Lo Cz.Du

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