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ixjitnessee"-.; NATIONAt BANK. - . - ... ... i .1. ii . Tn. . -V II , .1 II I 111 II I II . II I aw .:-t3 AZ i I I I . I w V I I 31 I II . 1 I B AHA TA, U. 1' . DKALKK IN 1EU1XH. iC. Cor. Third (nil Jeffemoa Nil. feS-lm AUUicfLXUKAL AND tAKMlNU IM plwneuU at 34i Seoond street. Greenlaw lilocK. Mnmpbli. IniOl HLLL&ttf kuaii. ' j j' . . 1 i .... . i . . ; ALL KINDS OK MILITARY SLAM KB for ssle low at this office. A NOERONA LODGK, Jf. A. A.M., OVMl . unit returns nan. AbBURY CliAPEL.CORNKR HERNANDO end Linden sta. BsT.Uullford Jones, pastor BOOTS AND 8U0K3 MADE TO ORDER by F. H nnlter, 1H Madison it. mlfl-iim AK FIXTURES, A FULL LINK AT Dolflnger'i China Store, Mo. north side of Court Kuiinri. martl-lni , i i n ' L-iid 5IH Union at. tUn li F. McKIKRNAN.LAW OFHt. N '4 . binn I OCR. " Al tS A GILBERT. COMMISSION MKH- ohiinii ran. ziu rrvi i kiivdv. ILLS OF LA1HNU FOK BALK LOW AT h.anrna. COMMERCIAL HOTEL, COR. FRONT A 1JM M, blVVl n w " , -' ' . . ' - i . , in D a- 'A (J it'll o. 44 north iide of jfourt Square, ni y vi T U A QIMU 1.' I. I II 1 1 . P inUEiA VV c 10MBSTJR.. M.. ATTORNKY-AT-LAW. u..,,!r of Claims and Commissioner of U . STCourtofOUiuiii. Aleo-F'-reijcnClaunAiten Office room No. 2 Postotfice bnildint. ml -2m FlAKDS PRINTED AT LOWEbT RATES Vj at ibis otnee. tf- -- " ...'. r4n ounnMI. 1 1ALVARY CUllWi jana AUams siretu, j"". " JMKNTRAL MBTU0D1ST Cllt tlCll. NO. 179 J li nion rtroet, J . i. OlTiCKASAW LODUE NO. H, L O. 0. F. C meeS at Q.ld Fellowe' H.I) Wedneriay night riUlEF OF FOUUfr-BKN U. OARUiTV. J button IHoui'e. AUame wren. '(llKlsTIAN CIlUKUn vUttiiin um- jjJ'"' i MiillmiryetreeH. , UTY KNU1NKER-J. H. McCLURK. EX j clunne Building. ("tLTpp'TaNCK k ANDERSON. ATTOR- ireBt1McmPhi,Teun. 'w-8" TToTLkUtor of internal revenue. ' k. Hounn. www" C"k)MMon Law andchaNckry oouki Ornenlnw' Building. loAlT'XKULLER-F.M. DICKIABO , HA- cIihuko UulldiiK. ,-IONUltKiMTIoNAL tNlU utu--yj I'uion tre.-t between Third and Rayon. y-WWRTctJATldN BEN EMETH CORN'R c I0NURKUAT1ON ';(JH1LDREN OF IS- rni.1" uuruer njMainjmiui;ii ru COURT-THOMAS LtOMAKD, .nd Mtinroe. TiUCSTY REiSXER-CHAS. W JUHN- 1 1 iv i. - on, cor. Court and Second ireet. ILMlNAL COURT-CORNER SECOND and Lmon ttrceia. uTmIeklandpresbvter'N CHURCH. ,j Court etreet. Rev. Dr. Davu. paitor. c IllsTOM HOUSE, CORNER MAiJi ASSU JcllttP'on atn-ftn. up iiaire. KlS AND MEDICINES AT CRONE k D 1 tLTF CO, COXION FACTORS, 21 J kr.mi MirPtBt. flifltntiuifl. lunn. uiw-Aut OKSi'SASU'AND BLINDSCUEAP AT D .OLBEAR'S COMMERCIAL COLLEOE. 230 Main flreet. gi'Wniiiimiii. I) TcKlNaON Jt.RRO, COTTON FACTORS and Uoininmion meronanm. " i) EEDS. DEEDS. DEEDS FOR SALE AT fUNLio LiKihikb umce. . EEDS OF U1FT FOR SALE LOW AT 1) tuil oBice. i) RA TICKETS FOR HALis, LOW AL mis 'Mi"", .t. VELOPbSNiiAlLK ax iu.a All PuatiO LKDUKa omce, LUAXUEK DUSTER J AT JJOLFINUERS L uninaptore. LHHsT BAPTIST CHURCH. CORNER OF V.HRBT BAPTIST CHUR X; Second and Adaun in. T?LANXERY. JOSEPH. PRACTICAL J? Pluiabor. Um and Steam Pipe iittur, MgA pprtnm i. v-va. i- nitST METHODIST CHURCH CORNER J? Second and Poplar itrocta. .lRST PRESBVTERIAN CHURCU-COR- J. acr 1 niru ana ropiar irn. ..i.t.i l. nrdirnTKil ALT. WtN'Dj T Pranies by C. Brunschwilor. do Uniunst.6 1 AV0SO ENCAMPMENT NO. 3, ai 'VTOdd Fellowu' Hall on , the firet aud third 'Ihursdnya oi each month. TTeRMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH-CORN R Market ana iniia ureru- y RACE CHURCH, HERNANDO STREET, nenr V ance. Key. i. a. " ueem:. pivfi. PlRKKN LAW'S OPERA HALL, CURNER LJI 01 ftecona ana unmii gt.. II ALlTJAS. JUSTICE OF THE PEMJJ, SIS Second treeuu aiaim m-im HAMILTON LODGE, F. A. Odd Fellowe' Hall. A. M-, OVER HATS. CAPS AND FURS AT W MAIN meet. Webeter Block. STiu WM. H. WHbATO. H KALTH OFt'iCKR DK. WM. C. CAVA- PRgh, jenergon, dci. nocuim im A.mm. H EBREW SYNAUOOUE-DESOXO ST. between I nion ana amnm. H"0USE LEASES FOR SALE LOW A I thia office. iliSPECTORB. DECKER, BLUFF, BET. j. Aaains ana Mumyw rrrvx ni'VM ixnnnvn'CLUTHIXl) n.i 'nrnUhinrOood!i.DMaiot. mZ3-lm OOKINti-OLASSES AT DOLFINlibR'S . iil iir,2I-lin I II 1 II & o urn. ... - fEWIS ft FINN IE, ATTORNEYS ATLAW Li and Solicitor, in Chancery, No. 2S0 Seooud etreet, (Stillinan'8 Block.) Memphw. mlH-lm I L0YD,DK C.S.,PHV81C1aN,SUR0EON I i .n.l oheieirician. 417 Main it, mar-lm .... .. -ii,ir uirvrvu ivniJRIIV. i r 7 Madiiun utreet. teii-Jin OEB BROS., GROCERS. CoTION h AC j ton, eta , 10 A 10H Union eU U&lm Xndlkases for s,ale low at this r EL1A SCOTT LODUE, F. A. A. M., C0R- lj ner Second and Madiwn itreeta. ivi.jlv . vu UllVMUIIHIill UKN'kRAL I i Imuranre A.enU. 9 Madieonet. nil-:im M ILLIS. ERY AND FANCY 000 DS AT a. XI. Ajevy e. 3 main aireou TFKFUY, J. P.. CO.. GROCERS A COM misjiun Mcrcnantt. 1S9 Poplar it. mJU-lm M MUSIC. PIANOS. CABINET ORGANS. i : i 1.. & .. .1 Una;n Mat. rhaodiae fenerally, at F. Kattenfcaoh , 317 M.in ilrect. mar-wim ASON' A MEPHENS, COLLECTING A.Bnit lii5M.inlt..(up eUire.) marl3-lm M ANIFESTS FOR STEAMBOATS iOR . nale low at thie office. f AYOR'S OFFICE, EXCHANGE BUILD 1 int. Johnj'ark. mayor. MEMPHIS LODOK NO. 6 I. 0. O. F. uieela at Odd Fellowt' Hall Tnceday nigh-i. M ORGAN'. W.U.,ATIORJfEY-Al-LAW Liif u t' v ul! I a. TUL'lTU c' J 'k. (" i It Its I V N i , - IL, ni-nr Third. W. C. Thu-peon. m.naaer 0 DD FELLOWd' HALL, CORNER MAIN aud Ouurt itreeu. 0 Lb Hats made new BY u. couEN, Hatier, 'H Main utree- roiu-tm kl klts. wklilHT A WILLIAMSON. AT toroty. at law and umerat cuum aitnu. oe adiwin street, liewto Hliieic. wempnu. mri T0ST-OfFlCE. CORNER THIRD AND A JfJenoo itre. n. O. CI LIT CLAIM DEEDS FOR SALE LOW at tht otn K ECOkDER'S COURT. ADAMS STREET, near Inira. li EU1STKK. L. H. RICHARDS OFFICE hicbanr Buiiiiina. SODA WAlEK. PLAIM. LABtLhD A.D enT.Ted ryrup buttle lor the Soda Foan tain, for (ale at DolfindT ) China Store. No. U anrlh iide ol tourt tquare. marzi-im : AN US' ALE AGENCY. MATTUIAn A Siilrbnftum nle ail. 7 Mminie ft. I-jT' CIMPSO. HADDEN A CO.. GROCFKS O f'l rotton t trior, vz rront vstMm Cti-O.NDPKEsbVIEKiAN CULKCll-CoR. k"' .M.inan'l hul ttrrf. 'UtklKF P. M. WINTERS. GREtN- l.w i Bmldii'ir. etr. er I nion LCo.sD kAPllsr CUURCU-CoR IE Serenth mnn ( heia. v0uiu mk.ivuisci!mIiklaSprls- kj bTteri.n Cliarcn k ii eu near anre. Sof tfl VfVlHm:!xJK. F. A. A. M on ir 9cool as Kaias nunt-f). J Farniit.fnr. Ji-ff-r-on ltid M.m CnOuARV sCULKCR-FOfLAslBlKttl S w.r Alburn.. ii'.VLi'KH'dtUl'hCB-t.OhSAKADAJlii O aai Ikird Stneta. ji. iLv iLJ -1L v " LMgg , :V, .-u--yT By MliUmore Brother.. PUBLIC DIRECTORY. Surveyor of ronj. ji i Front etreet,between Court and Madieon. IPPINOTAOS-PRINTED OR PLAIN. kl fur 8nie uiw at nu riiRUDEAf. F. X.. DEALER IN WATCHES A Ji-welry. eic. I wauiwin ir"v. mny riHJOF, PHILLIPS A liguui, wiium I ale Grocori and Cotton I acton, 2U6 in.nt rkrViY i1! 1 1 . 1 . R( '.(. k F R fc!D WAKNKH. KX- I -i - u..;i.i;n X c nun if a punuiuw. rpUlkD PRESBYTERIAN CUURCU-COR. X ChclKea and Sinh utryetn. 'I 'RKASURER WILLIAM BRIDGES. EX- ehnnae Biiildinc. rimUST DEEDS FOR SALE LOW AT THIS X otnee. u "M'fKD KTATKfl CLERK A. S. M IXC II- II a'3 Main uree uyaiw.i. ' r.mi-D r.-.m A T'l'A H M KVetaJ fl II la. u. ft. iiO A. IV XV A v" - " .inn onn i9 Mnin atrftnt. tin ll tit int. J n nimmriiiii " , ; , i. . TKSEYTw.; DEALER IN BRAN D I ES, , . am Hunk avenue. m23 .lin WATER COOLERS. ALL SIZES. AI r I'hin. Btnrs. No. 44 north f f II U II.' I . M ' ... . I III yPWII tTU..v. - - tr rnnrt Hnuare.- i'"11 EBSTER A CO.-CLOTHIM. BUUIH Lit. it... vi .. ltit Kurnidhinir f y nnuvot jii-tt iia., - -, -----Gootls.eto. Jejgron Hrwt. fei7-lm . - a: . tirum lvi! d ivn a:S t R.nlr RliitirtllflrT. Bl.inK. XJfKJK g;o.t AVJ in win 7 ffARFMASTER-J. J. BUTLER MEM- phU and SyiPPaclieuJJ Hnoki. ffio.. i5VJ mam irri. TTrRANTEE DEEDS FOR SALE LOW Hi i it in umro. AY TTTlTM OR R B KOT II E KS, STEAM JOB frinicni. u mwn PUBLIC - LEDGER. ' ; I ' PURI'TAHKD EVERY AFTERNOON. EXCEPT SUNDAY. William A. and Edwin Whltmore), , Under the firm atyle of WHITMORE BROTHERS, IT No.ll3 Madison Street. The PcBLtc LKDOitn will be ifrved to City Subscriber by faithful carrier! at I tjs liais Dor week, paynoie wi cKiy w innm. By mail. SIX DOLLARS per annum, or Fif'y CenU per month, In advance. Communication! upon Mibjecti or (tennral In tereat to the publie are at all times acceptable, and will be publif nod or rejected at oar option, whether acoompanied by the signature of the wfiter or otherwise. RATES OF ADVERTISING. First Insertion -10 e?f '.' Subsequent Insertions S or One ween.....-. . For Two Weciks jg , For Three Week. H For One Month -jo, , Dinnloyed advertisements will be chanced ac cording to the aPACt occupied, at above ratet there bein twelve nnc oi aoua ui i. . Nniioe. In local column Inserted for twenty cent per liue for eah insertion. To regular auivcrtiaers Dy me nuaner, or whole ooluum, we oflVr superior luduce uicnU, both as to rain of charges and manner of displaying their fsvori. , All aavertuemeuis suuuiu uo uin'i " specific lengtn ot lime mey are '.u u. wnnm If not so marked, tlicy will be inierted for one month, and charged accordingly. Notices of Marriages and Desths will be in serted iu the Ptiauu Lkdokk si items of news. But anything beyond the incie announcement will be charged for at the rsU it 20 cents per ""il bills fur advertisiag are due when con tracted Hnd payable on demand. " All letters, whether upon business or otherwise. t he s,l;lre;ted to HXliliuvnin 41 aw a i Piihlinhera wnd Proprietor. BY ' TELEGRAPH FItOM AIJi POINTH. The Midnight Dispatcher. XkW Oblbass, March 23. The Legis lature adjourned at midnight last night, after having passed one hundred and twenty-three important bills. There ii talk of an extra session, but it is not be lieved that the Governor will call one until after the May election. The organization of the city govern ment is proceeding slowly. The Pica yune denounces all the charges against Tom Parker, which caused bis rejection as Port Surveyor of this city, as false. There is a large number of arrivals of Northern and Western railroad men in the city. ' Major BloomCeld, who has been ap pointed Quartermaster General of Louisi ana, was a Quartermaster in the Confed erate army. - - Galveston, March 20. The 48th Ohio regiment mutinied to-day, saying that their term of service was out, and the war was over. Sixty mutineers were ar rested by the negro troops who guard Galveston, and are in confinement New Obleass, March 23 Cotton is animuted, and prices are lc higher. Sales to-day, 4750 bales. Week's sales, 22,300 bales; week's receipts, 11,600 bales, against 17,000 bales last week; week's exports, 22,000 ; stock, 182,000 bales. Low Middling, 37J to3fc. Sugar, 13J to liic. Gold, 2CL Sterling, 35. New York bank checks, J discount Coffee week's sales, 530 bags ; fair io prime, 20j to 21 in gold ; stock, 11,300 bags. LorisviLLE, .March 23. Leaf tobacco, firm and less advanced ; sales to-day 140 bhds; breadstuff, unchanged; pork is lower and heavy at (25; bacon, shoul ders, 13c; clear sides, lCc; sugar cured hams, 2Sc; lard, tierces, 13c; floor, uDerCne. $7 25; whiskey, $2 25; hard sugar. 17c. The towboat Kcese from Pittsburg, with two monitors in tow, descended the falls to-day. Siw York, March 23 The steamer Angerona from Aspinwall the 15th, La arrived. The great excitement at Bar bados coniiaaes. The SpanUh fleet on the Chilian coast had caused much suffering from con ce ment and much suffering and want of provisions among the Chilians. Tha Spanish frigates Villa de Madrid and Blanco had been repulsed by the Chilian forts. The Blanco was consider ably damaged They returned to Val paraiso. Bolivia has allied herscli with Chili and Peru. ThfColumbiaa Congress refused to declar War ajainst Spain. HfTT'Af "DTTTC XTXJU.AX 11XU A AJll 11 JUUJ UXi. A V Aa i - W'ASMNOTOir, March 21 Attorney General Speed has decided thatJ the Southern pensioners who continued loyal throughout the rebellion shall receive their pensions. Cincinkati, March 23. Flour dull, 7 50; wheat dull j corn active at51e; oats, 45c ; whiskey,1 $2 23 ; pork nomi naj, $25; lard, 18jc; bulk meats are higher, with sales to-day of 300,000 pound; shoulders, 10c; rib and clear sides, 13(5;l4c; bacon dull; groceries dull; cotton dull, 37c. St. Locis, March 23. Cotton firm, 3Gc ; flour and wheat dull and unchanged; corn firm, 50COc; oats, 44c; pork un changed; bacon dull; cotton dull sugar cured hams, 211c. ' Cixtixkati, March 23. The Adams Express Company have opened a tempo rary office on Fourth street. Three car loads of goods, valued at about 1150, 000, were destroyed by the late fire. All their horses and wagons were saved. The Enquirer newspaper company lost about $100,000; $38,000 of which was covered by insurance. The Enquirer resumes publication to-morrow. Niw York, March 23. A special says that the Committee on Ways and Means have resolved to report the Loan bill re stricting the circulation to $10,000,000 during the first six months, and $4,000, 000 a month afterwards. ' Washikotok, March 23. House A joint resolution was passed for the relief of certain officers in the army, who failed to be mustered in by reason oi capture or other onavoidable difficulties. The House then went into a Committee of the Whole on the Pennsylvania Reimburse ment bill, which was passed by 86 to 35. The President is still considering the Civil Rights bill. He has asserted that he approves the general principles of the bill. . New York, March 23. Cotton is less active and firm, at 41c; flour dull; corn unchanged; coffee quiet and firm; sugar less active and steady Cuba Muscovado llj-c; Havana 11 Jc; molasses steady New Orleans 7284c; pork $25j; money is rather easier at 6 per cent,; Starling 7J; gold 27; Government stocks are unchanged. - James Walker, one of our most suc cessful merchants, died to-day, Washikotos, March 23. The House reported back the Loan Bill, with amend ments providing that the Secretary ot 4he Treasury shall not retain out of cir culation more than ten millions of Lulled States notes within six months after the passage of the act, nor more than four millions in any month afterwards, which passed the Senate on the motion of Fei- senden. The Senate insisted on it amendment to the Civil Appropriation Bill, and ap pointed a committee of conference, con sisting of Feasenden, Carnes and John son. The bill supplementary of the Appro priation Bill, giving $25,000 to the sol diers and sailors, also passed. An Arkansas Father's Advica to His Son. " Bob, you are about leaving home for strange parts. lou are going to tnrow me out of the game and go it alone. The odds are agin you Bob remember that industry and perseverance are the win ning cards, as they ara the 'bowers.' Book learning, ana an in at son oi ming, will do to fill un with, like small trumps, and you must have the bowers to back them or they ain't worth shucks. If luck IS Bgin joa prviijr eiruiig, uuu . uatv auu look like a aick chicken on a rainy day, but hold on Tour head and make believe you are flush of trumps; they don't play - . , , i i so bard agin you. i ve uvea ana iraveieu around some, Bob, and I've found out that as soon as folks thought you held a weak hand, they'd all buck agin you strong. So, when you're sorter weak, keep on a bold front ; but play cautious; be satisfied with a p int Many's the hand I've aeen 'em eucred cause they played for too much. Keep your eyes well skinned, Bob; don't let 'em nig you ; recellect the gome lays as much with the head as with the hands. Be temperate: never get drunk, for then no matter how good your hand, yoa won't know how to play it; both bowers and the ace won't save you ; for there'a sur tin to be a " miss deal," or fiomething wrong. And another thing, Bob, (this was spoken in n low tonej don't go too much on women; queens is kinder poor cards; the more you have of 'em the worse for yon; you might have three, and nary a trump. I don't say discard 'eml all; if yon get one that is a trump its all good, and there's aartin to be one out of tour. And above all, Bobbe hon est; never take a man'a trick what don't belong to you, nor 'slip' cards or nig,' for then yon can't look your man in the faofi, and when that's the case, thm'a no fun in the Kama: it's a regu lar ' cut-throat' So now, Bob, farewell ; remember whot I tell yon. nd you'll be J sure to win ; and if y yon right, it yoa get ' sure to win ; and you aon t, it sarves oa get skunuea. KichoUs Longworth. The Cincinnati Jiatimal Union pub - iahes reminiacences of Nicholas Lng- IT. t... worth, the millionaire, from which we take tne tullowuig amusing extract: 111 was pamcuiarij iodu ui uuuicr j oriXRICII and aly jocular personalities, and of j a of P. H. Dtlnrieh k Bro. speaking of himself in the third person. DAMVA moat commonly as Old Longworth. CH AS. A. AM;:Wfct k DucsuDll. " Longworth otgbt to have a good cow hiding to-day for forgetting that appoint- J0H2T AIN3LIE. President ment; it would enliven op bit memory, ; I warrant" To aid bis memory in mat-, -ten relatirg to his business, which was ; " very preig, he nsually carried a mis-' celianeoos assortment of pnpers in the ' nrrtrrPQ crown of hi well-worn hat, and small I ut 1 A - wr - .1 I r . 1" . paper memorandums pinned upon his j:turrai;7 rather shabbt coal-sleeve. The chief oljerta of his usual charities were thoee utterly destitute and the least likely to obtain assistance frura anybody else. He had a whimsical theory that those whom everybody will help were not en- tild to aid" from him, and that he would cinfine hia donations to the worthless LARGEST CITY CI KCVLATIOX. ft A TTTPT . A V RVF.KTNft. M ARCH 24. 1866. and wretched dissipnt?d vagabonds that, nearly everybody else turned away from. One of Mr. Loutrworth's permanent und great charities was the weekly distribu tion at bis house, or office, every Monday morning of three to eight hundred ten cent loaves of bread to whoever would call for them. Once when flour was high, and the bakers reduced the size of their loaves, Mr. Longworth thought he would be doing his beneficiaries a good turn by having them made part of rye, and thus considerably enlarging their size. His customers, however, as soon as they found it out, raised such a cjumor, and called him so many disparaging names, and annoyed him so inncli with their threats and complaints, that he was glnd to return to the pure wheat. Once, on a very warm day, the old gentleman, having to wait for a friend, sat down on a stone just outside of his own gate, took off bis hat and, cloning his eyes, dozed a little; when he gut up he found a silver quarter in biahiit. Whether it was put there by some one who really thought he was an object of, charity, or by a wag, the old man appreciated the joke, and with smile put it into the pocket out of which had to come 10.000 for annual taxes. , . Why is the separation of lovers likij n piece of bread? lt'saparf. Why is the wharf on a rainy day like a wedding feast 1 It is a banquet (bank wet). Why is a drunkard like a flag-stnff? He usually has a flag-on. BANKINC. German National Bank -OF- MEMPHIS, 2 9 3 MainiStreet GOVERNMENT BONDS, TREASURY NOTES, Domestio and Foreign Exchange, Gold " and1 Silv er BiiUKUt and sold at beat market rates. C O Ij I K C T I O N B On all points promptly attandeil to. UNCUHRKNT MONKY Bought or soli on Commission. DEPOSITS RECEIVED Interest Allowed on Deposits FOK A I IIEli TIME. DllllX'TOHS : NATHAN C0R0'NA. Of C ronna, TsimU Jt Co. NATHAN HOFFHEIMER. Of N.4 J.UoBTieimerACo. II. MYF.R3. R. P. WALT, E. METER. Of H. Myers Jt Co. Of R. P. Walt 4 Co. No. 274 Second street. JOHN DUTTLINtiKR. No. 137 Main street. ; isiDOR KUSfcMJAUii. . " GABRIEL JCDAH, Of Walker Brat, t Co. 1 ADOLPH C0RDE3. Ot Fargason. Cordes k Co. i ijAaC FRIEDMAN, Of Friednian Bros. j WHS AIX3LIE. ! jjaTUAS C0B.0NNA. ! MAKTI5 SKItTiy. j f red. j,. WAR5TIU j '- . JEVNT I mlim ' P resilient. Yie-Priatnt Chicr. General B?c'skerr. teller. - - wT INSURANCE. USTSUKE LINDSEYAYBEDKXBTRGU ior "its roa TMg roLinwiHo riawf -nt.isa COMPANIES! Home Insurance Company OK NEW YORK. CAIMTAU - a.r.i.B08 Security Insurance Oomp'y OV NEW YORK. capital. - - - ti.eoe.roe 1) ARTIES DESIRING INtfl'RANCE 1 eithor Fire. Marinanr Hall, would do wall to call upon LINDSBY & VREDENBUROH before effectiug Insurant' alscwberr. , mal-3m H. A. UTTLETOS. Memphis. Tenn. nAft. ABLE. II. A. LITTLETON & ( O.'S INSURANCE AGENCY. MNETI'-TUIRD STATEMENT or Tnr ' .Etna Insurance Company, llurtford, Conn., JANUARY 1, 1SOO.- , J.il V-ct ... t,O07,-450 HO IMnbililie 844,391 43 Nett A ..'. 3,H3.0fl- 37 THIS VETERAN OF 10,000 FlttES, HTII..L. Il.Tlt AT WORK. sr in Efficient organization of 4000 practical Underwriter, from Kota Scotia to California and Lake Superior, Mexico and the Gulf, harmo nizing the science of aver age vith compensating 'rates to the ad vancement of the public welfare. Flattering Teatimonialn or TBI jETNA INSIRAXCE COMPANY, From tha Insurance Department of tha HTATlfi OP NKW YU .IIT. THE l3l'ATE COMMHSIONFS TO THE l.EOtSti- " The Etna Insurance Company, of IIr.rlJord, one ol the most sui-cessful Fira IiisuraLce Com paniea of this or any ether country." " Connecticut Companies follow the rules and practices of the &ln almost as carefully as ii I hey ware embodied in stuiute law.' Again, pointing to errors of practice in X- Vorlr ...miianiiL thi Aim I SUCCeS!Ul uianaKcment and solid rul.s are eallcd to their aitenlmn tha: " It still remains more a matter ot wonder thai, nuitatiou in tne insurance worm. "By whntsnbtie alchemy has this corporation been enabled to turn its lull-paid capital into the ahilos'iphor's stone ?" " Tha axtraordinaxy events which hara dis tinruisb.d its unparalieleil financial bi'tory. Tha avcrHne Inves per diem io the United gtate, at thi period ot ihe year, are about 3oo,ooo. The telegraph daily sounds startling notes of warning to all pruaeni persons. D00T KEGLECT THE SECURIIT OF RKLIAELE IXSl R XCE. Policies is.'Oed without delay by H. A. LITTLETON CO., Ag'ta. mnr in FLOUR AND MEAL CITY MILLS NEW FLOUR J. IT. LEFTWICH aV CO. RE COySTAMLT M ASUF ACTTRnf G, aai i bare oa band every trade el Flour, New Bolted Torn Meal I Feed Of all Descriptions. A. Warrens' Choice Family Flowr. irearaateed equal to aay Boar us ui uwaou Ofllcc, Xo. SO Deal Street. Mwt. M-rrison, Etat C.No, J9t Gamae Blvk. hare ear iloea a kaad tut sale e Low est Mill Frloee. Wa Ten Cent Per Week. NO. 19. INSURANCE. 48,000,000 DOLLARS OF PROPERTY . i . - . Dentroyed Vy ' Fire, Within the limits of the lnited Su.', DURING THE YEAR 186S, CHOtLD SUGGEST THE NECESSITY OF D rood inuranc to .very man who dMires Ut i.roieot hiu)cll sssinsl thelnsswhieh follows in the wuke of flrf. Gives ansnranre to the public that choice indem nity, of a wholesome and permanent character, is strnncly guaranteed by Phwnix IV.li.-icj. 110,013 31 LOSSES ADJUSTED AND PAID during the year lwi.i. in a very marked and striking man ner exhibits the solid, substantial, and tailhlul service renderet patrons by the Phrxniz, as well ax its ability to pais throurli seasons prolifio of eonflasTKtions, Kith honor and profit to those most intended. soo,ooo oo Cs'h in.me, f r the past year reveals the con stant and sti arty progress of this popular eor- f oration in the face of a hitter, vindictive, and legitimate competition. An averngc annim cuh dividend to Stock holder' of fourteen per cent, npon its capital stock, sinse its incorporation, portrays tho great niece? and stntulity of this eminent Institu tion, the superior finnnrial accuracy displayed in it ini'patmpnN. nnd the lllinortAnt trutb mat the inantiEemcnt of the PHCENIX is in the hands of ilioc who know bow. successfully, to couiucta FIR3T-CLAS3 Fire Insurance Company. Wtrn lirnncb. No. 21 West Fourth Strcat, Cincinnati, Ohio. II. M. M.ICJILL, Gen'l Agenl. t nmattM ft .i.rin. .1 lhi AfCHCV. nndcT Pol! cios issued .or the Tho?nii. will bo atliftsted and paid bere in bankable tunas. Policies ivued promptly by HERMAN FIELD. Resident Agnt. Ofllie No. 1 Madison Street, UP STAIRS. Entrance on Front Street. mnrS-Hn Ten Cents a Week. Tb Prsi.tc Itnnts The Pcblic 1,cickr Tat Pcai.ic LehOeb Tb Pcblic LrDora Tat Pcblic l.rtK)i: Tan Pcblic Lfdoib Tua Pcblic Llwjis Ten Cents i AVeelc. Is delivered to all Is delivered to all Is delivered to all Is delivered to all Is deliteted to nil 1? deliver, d to all 1 Is delivered to nil Ten Cents n AVeeli:, Parts of the City Parta of the ex perts of he City Parts f the City Parts ot the City Parts of the City Parts ol the City Ten Cents a Week liv Faithful Carriers by Faithful Curriers by Kaithlul Carriers By Faithful Carriers l;v Faithlul Carriers hv Faithful Csrriers lly Faithlul Carriers Ten Cents a Week For Ten C'ent t Weex F r Ten Cents a Week For Ten Cents a Week for Ten Cents a Week or Ten CVnts a Week For tea Cents a Wsrk For ten Cents a Week Ten Cents a Week. Pa) able 10 Ihe Carriers Payable to the Carriers Paab!e to the Carriers Pavab'C to the Carriers Payable to the C P.vahle to the G Psyaclc to the C syahte to the t nrrieri arricrs airicrs Ten Cents a Week. At the End of Each Woe'; At the Knd of Ksch Week At the End of Each Wevk At the End of Etch W k At the End of Each We. k At the End of Eh Week A' the End of Lath Week Ten Cents a Week, "IT TOC DO SOT ALREADY RECEIVE 1 the paper, leave y. ur ocn at onr CoUutina Room, and it will belaithfaiiy served I ley 'O i in fo-nr-. Weslrrndy bsve a LARGER Cll i CIRCCLATIOS thsa any of our morninc temi oranes.bnt we intend to increa-e it nnul ihe Pckuc LrDorBrar.ef-ind in every n si drne an" Lumr- k..oe in le plii, ana ton. b ;, Tlll'n.iiinfirnnr t.a ine men sn l i mii to make knowwtothe pablieahat . tarj axy wisB iu uvp ice ei. wniTMoas sboxuxss, Publishert aai Proprietor -13 Hadltoa Itrett. . Designated Depository -Ainr-!l- - " FINANCIAL' AGENT u OP THE UNITED STATES. : ' 'I:' i . Does a General Eanklr. g Dcslncss Makes Collections in Southern Statu n favoraUe Trtr-t. ! ! . I 5 MAIN HTRKE T, Old fttatid or the Plantersi Bftnlt (JEO. R. BUTTER. President. 1 : s ' J. B. iri'TCHIN?0N, Viae Pree't. WALTER 8. MORfiAN, Cjfhier. marl-1'm ' . ' ' MKUCHANTS jSTational 33ank or tiBMPnts, ' 'i No. 3 Jefferson Street. Paid In Capital, 9250,000 Authorized Capital, 1,000,000 :dihectohs: Anus Wonnarrr, Preidcnt .Memphis and Ohio Railroad CafT. C. B. CHUtnK. ' K. IIocob, U.S. Collector internal nerenuo. A. J. White, of A. J. White & Co. . Jobs L. Tatiob. of Taylor, Alchwen, DuKc k Co. Tans. R Smith, of Pitser Miller 4 Co. .1. 11. W AnnrsKR, otJ. It. airirencr uo. II. A. Pabtkk, Commission Merchant. Hun. John tv. baiTH. - 11 T Tnui.iK4oS. Tii!.ursnc( Aeont. Jib. E. Mm!. fjas. K. Aforriman k Co. W. II. CHtKtll, rresirn-nt. A. T. LACY, of Lacy JfcGhec, Vice PrMidenl R. C. UAMbli, Cubior. 'PHIS BANK TILl EUT AND SELL E.X X clianire on all point. North and 8pitth, and deal in all kinds of State and t'nited Sti.ton bo rurities: and in addition to its ordinary t'z change ai.d Deposit liusinc. f, nas 0.ci,wl a . Saving Department, fn which dinosits of one dollar, nnd sTTenfcr sums will bo received, and draw interest at lLo rate of four percent, per annum, when the isu.e remains three montns er lO itiiT; fi'i-nn Memphis Insurance Comp'y Oro;ani7:od in Ofllce-o. 23 1-2 Madison St. DIRECTORS: J. J. Mcsphy, Prest. E. M. ArricBsoit, J.T.Fbakk, F. M. Cash. J. CfMMINOS Johksox, of houfenfij Fill, Jt Co. Job T. r-TRATTOK, of bonse of bjtratioa. Ooyer k Co., T. A. NRtsny, hnnse ofS. 0.41AJi- son Jt Co. THIS INSTITUTION IS PREPAHEI) TO 1 receive Uerosita. to buv and sell Lxohar-ss on all the principal commercial cities, and to mnke Collection, ok this city and all principal points in this section. Ketuitlances propiptiy sttnneo; to. Mii-Hm F. M. CA.-ll. Sccr-tnry. CAY0S0 SWINGS INSTITUTION IMoinphiH, Tennessee. Banking; House 10 Madison Btreot 'PHIS INSTITUTION. ORGANIZED V J. c "iitinucs to transact a gei.cial Exchange and BanklngBusIness Willr fill, and Buy sod Sell Foreign and Domestic . Exchange, Gold, Silver and Unciirrent Money. Pells Exchange in Snms to uit purchasers, on London and a I the leadint citie of the ( fiiicd Sutes, and will Biuke collections on ail acce-s hie piotis in the s.uth and West. JOHN' C. LANIER, Prcs t. E. M. Avert, Caxhi-r. rln'.7.3in Change of Co-Partnership. HAVING ASSOCIATED WITH PS Ml(. Jas. t. Oirdcn. Cashier of the Eirsi Na tion.il Hank at Nashville, the Ftylc finu, fr.'iri ibisdntc. for nur ltankinr end Br.ikcrns bad ness will be OHen. T-'bey A' Co., snd for our Cotton Eaet"rne snd Con.uiis ion l'iiiness, Will be UrilhoK. looey k Co. GRTFKINi? i TvBEY. Memphis, Tenn., Jn. S I a OODEN 9 U TOHRT 1 0 QSIKFISQ OGDK.V, TOIICY V CO., BANKERS & BROKERS Dealers in Gold, Silver. Ext'Iiange AMD UN CURRENT MONEY, V No. IO Jeifereon sit.. Bet. Front and Vain. Mitxrnis. TfMrissti l c oairrtxa a a tobit J a eotsy GRIFFIXG, TOBEY & CO., COTTON FACTORS GEN'L C0)DnSSI0X SIEBClTAnS Xo. 16 Jefferson Etrcrt, CTp Eteirr,. Botween Froat and Msj, -ja2-3m Mrvyw:. Twnm Jtich Plated Cahtor- IIST RECEIVED. AND TOR SALS BY mcir. f TKrbrss rriXEr. jslfl lanty l!askt't, A LARGE ASSORTMENT JCST tZ alO rSAIsiarjw.