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ffl--. No. 1H Mdton Hiront LARGEST (ITT CIBCILATION. The Infamoni Traitor Orr. While Georgia boastg her nobis Jen kini, oJ Alabama detctta is tb cod tratt brr Patton, Tonneuee her Drown low, and Missouri her Fletcher, South Carolioa else hat like reason to bow ber head in ihame. II er Oorernor, James L. Orr,.aJdrc-sfi the oonvention of mongrela enforced on bit natite State: 'I say to you ery frankly.that I regard this body i invested with the aorereiKn power of the Stale, and that the coostilu lion which you may adopt for the reople r Rnmh Carolina it one which will not only be ratified and accepted by Con gress, but one under which a'l classes 10 South Carolioa will lire for years to come." The high toned and renowned eld Cbarleaton Jttrcvry thus terribly and unanswerably impales biro: " Governor Orr, in his recent speech, ayi: ' I say to you, very frankly, that I regard this body as invested with the sovereign power of the State.' If this is true, and the reconstruction acts of Con gress are constitutional, President John eon's reconstruction measures must be (as Congress eflirmi them to be) uncon stitutional They swallow op President Johnson's reconstruction measures as usurpations and void. Now, of all the men alive, the last man in the South to admit that Pesident Johnson's recon struction measures are usurpations is Governor Orr. Ho championed Presi dent Johnson's convention. He entered it He claimed fur it that it was the sovereignty of South Cariolina he made a constitution by it. He set up elections by this constitution; and had himself elected by it Governor of South Carolina. " Mod assuredly, if in all these mea sures Governor Orr was rightbe must now be wrong, in claiming sovereignty for the negro convention. If the negro convention is the sovereignty of the State, then the Johnson convention could not have been sovereign, and the consti tution made by it was without authority. Has Governor Orr mistaken himself all this while T Was be no Governor at all T Was he a humbug an impostor? What , was he when be walked arm in arm with the Massachusetts Delegation in the Philadelphia Convention T What was ho when he went North to beg terms from the Radical rule in Congress T What was he wben be praised General Sickles, after his manifold tyrannies over our State T What was be when he, last spring, at a publio dinner denounced the Democratic defenders of the Consti tution, and lent his countenance to the Republican party 7 What is he when be now affects to speak for South Carolina, as her governor before the negro con vention. He is a governor (if a gov ernor at all) of the white race of South Carolina, wbo alone placed him in office. His efforts now to tear off his own robes of office, and to strip the 8tate o( her sovereignty, and to invest it in ne groes, is a singular feat of consistency and gratitude, which only Governor Orr, we presume, can justly elucidate. He is the only instance we have ever known of a Governor who stultifies himself, and at the same time destroys all elaima to the affection and eBteem of the people who once loved him and honored him, and who gave bin all the power he has used to harass, debase and destroy them." BATID P. HADDS.V. WILLIAM PARK. DAVID P. HADDEN & CO., ' (Sueoestors to Simpson, Haddea A Co., COTTOiV FACTORS, WHOLESALE UROCEBS, AXD COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. SOS Front' St., Between Washington and Adams Streets, MEMPHIS, TEST ST., 4 GENTS FOR THE SALE OF MAYS- A villo, Kentuaky, COTTON TARNS AND CORDAGE, Equal to Any in the Market. PLOUBt "ClArksvllle City Jill In," mi, " "Andrew Jwluwa nill,iix. lJrJ rtle Oold Dual" MIIU, xxix. Tobba ExceUlor" Mill, xxxx. "Sew York" Hills. Kimbrong-Ii' Mills, xxxx, XXX Ex tra, assd xx Muper. The above Clarkaville, Teen., FLOURS are established and well known brand", and we offer tbem te the trade CUE A P. T A full sssortmenf of GROCERIES and PLANTATION SUPPLIES always o hand. NOTICE. Ornra Mitiofolita-i Polios Comw'm.) M surma. January 28, l6s. J frill" NEW DRAT KX'MBERS, FOR THE 1 forty-first corporate year, are now reaiy f.ir Itana ml the ofl:pe of the Tax Collector on Priilfe. Krery drar, eart or waon, iub jart tn lieenee, will rjuired to bare thtaew Bombers, on or neiore f eoruar-' nri. A. P. BI BDITT. 1?9 Act. Pop't MtropHtn PoH-e. IVOTICli: I TO DEALERS IN OILS, MINTS, VARNISHES, ETC T HAVE POLD T'l T. P. JI KE3 THE KX xelvivenrbt in MpthT'BH, Tsnn., to raanu-facta- and tnr C A N for ehiiipirt or,M,-a. Ititnwiionim nj u ooara oi i.Baarwn iara, of M- Loun, aa THE oxlt PEKrrrT PAmAbE ' H VK Is S- UJ 63 gap H " CJ -4 CO Sj-T r. P-l v-WeT'J 2 d eSgi-8 it! w -l f CO "Si for tb i J2 i specifiel. TRUST SALES. TriiMtee's) Utile. 1Y VIRTUK OP CERTAIN DKKUH Of II Tru-1 10 rue aiaou'ea or l . inrminn ina g, K. lilann. arrinera, raooroe i in inc I'n'bat Clerk's allioe of Panola ronntr, Ma l-a.pl, in Dona r, pa- '"i nu in, lo M-ura T. T. (lrten aOo .of Momi'bU, Ti n neuoa. and Ulack, Knee A Co., of Meiiilili, TennaMea, la the ayuient of oertain InJold- euoaee uieraia ul'uudvu, a win, vu (uo ISIh DAY or IEBHCAKY, IHBH, between the hours of 10 a.m. aad 4 p.m., sell at Sardia, Panola county, MlailMi. at the torbou lauly oooupied by lliile A Dlann, to th bishoel bidder, for Cab II , the Mlowins property, to-wili The alorfbouae and lot ot UavidHon A Hlann, aWriked at eouimenoinf two hundred and iwenly-nv IZli) teit eouth . f th norther! eorner of section tblrlr four, townrbip (eren, ranr seven, wo-t runnini eouth tif.y feet alons the Hledrevilla and Holinontroail. f'enee we.t in the line of the Miaaitaippl and Tenneaae railroad com pany's line, liieooe norm io a pom; urouon. beainnlnc, thene eaat to be-lnninit. In l'annla eonntv, Mniifid, and the rniaindr ot th HOtIDH, WAKfc8. i.. oi variueous liiann WiU ...... on.y 'CRDSIPt Tn,,tM1. January Wh. lSftK lawl;rt rTnistoo's Hixle. BY VIRTUE OF A DEED OF TRUST, EX. M-utod ta me on theltfth day of June, ltvir), by W. 0. Lofland, and duly resiater-d in tha Hoirii'er's offlo of bhelby county, Tennetsi-o, in Kf-ord Hook No. M, iiart lit, paree 6n. MO and 611, to which reference is hereby mado lor the purpose of payins th dobt Iheroiu cured I will, on Moutlay, loth Day r Frbrnrtry, lhBH, In front of tb Courthouie, in the city of Mem phi, proceed to sill to the hlilhont biilder, roa rasii, th followini described property, to-wit: A oertain lot of Innd, lytnt and beinc in the county of Shelbjr and State of Tannaaeee, beinit lot lio, &?Jaa laid down on the plan and map of Metuphie. Ileeinninf at tbeinter-ection of tha south aid of Kxohanseatreet with the wcet lido of Third, runnini tbenc eoilthward with the wctt aide ef Third street i ll hundred and forty eiltht and a half feet to the Intersection of the went tide of the alley, between Poplar and Ex change afreet-: thence westward with the north side of said alley, and parallel with Kxcbanre atreet, eicbty-elsht and a half foot ; thonre northward and parallel with Third street, or s hundred and forty-eight and i half feet to ',he sontb aideol KXenanse atreeit inenoeaas' ward with the south side of Kxchante erect .,.,kiu. cinbland a half foot to the beginning ,' being ho BKirrxaio nr coiir-i i.'i. or ,.. around oon Tcrcd to W. 0. Lofland by B. ' ..ii,., Walker and Wm. Walker, by tt,, dated i3d June, l(a, together with all improvement thereon, and appurtenance. a thereunto belong ing. The equityof redaDiption in andto this proponr Ti - "MrM in laiU Trust Dvci, and the title is believed to k rnn.l hut I and eonvey only Truitao. b'alo to be made within lawful hours. II'- EAM.n. COWARD. Trmtee. TRUSTEE'S HALE. TY VIRTUE OF TIIH POWER COV. I ferred on me by Deed of Trut from Ga briel bmither and Jo-enh K. CIarkson, dated u9 oiu oay oi April, imi, I will, on Monday, Erbrnary 3d, 1868, Between 10 o'clock a.m. and 4 o'clock p.m.. on th premiaea. in the city of Memphis, pr icced to sell at publio sale ta th higheat bidder, for ca-h, the following lots in said city, to wit : Be ginning at a Point in the east line of Shelb Mreet, in block No. 4, in the Butler division of South Memphis, two hundred and twenty-five leet soutnwaraiy troni tn soutbeast eorner of the inter-ectton 01 llut er ana bhelbr streets : thence running from said point southwardly with the etune of Shelby street forty-fir feet to corner of Shelby and Transits streets : thence eastwanily with the north line ot Tran sits atreet two hundred and twenty-two feet six Inches; thenoe northwardly forty-five feet: theno weetwardly with Milton'a aouth lina two hundred and twenty-two feetsix inches to uie oeginning on oneiDy aireei. The equity of redemption to ssid proprrtv waived in Trust Deed recorded in Register's office, Shelby county, bank No. It, ag' s 4 VI. 4-fS and HQ. Title believed to be food , but I bii mu cuavox omy iu truTee. 1 td VKRNON RHODES, TTUtee. THUST SA.i;jE. T Y VIRTUE OF A DEED OV TRTTST EX I ecuted to me en the 15th -jav nf Jflnnnrv. lHfll, by Pierre Bacquet, t . secure the payment of three certain promissory notes, made by th aid Pierre Bacquet, in favor of Joseph Ktch - varne, ana uu respectively on the 5th day of Msy of the years 1861, lbQ2 and 1MW ; siid Heed of Trust is reoorded iu the Regiater's office. Bhelby county, in book No. 4fi, pages .S34 and 340, and the said Pierre Bacquet having failed to pv bis said note falling on the 5th dav of May, 18113. 1 will expose and sell at public suction, on th IWlh day of January, WW, ot the southeast corner of Court Square. FOR CASH, to the highest bidder, the following described lots o ground, to-wit: Lots No. il, H and 3, as marked and described on Flippin's plan o the subdivision of lots below Fort Pick ering, and lying between S. M. Wheaton's and Vaeoaro's, and severally fronting 60 feet on the Horn Lake road, and lot 29 cornering on Wil keraon's avenue, and severally running back 1H0 feet to an alley. Equity of redemption specia ly waived. Title believed to be good, but I oonvey only as Trustee. JEAN ETCnEVARNE, M-128 Trust. Trustee's Kale. BY VIRTUK OF A DEED OF TRUST made to me by John H, Porerson, and re eordedin the Register's offioe of Shelby county, in book No. 57, part 1st, pages 47ii, 477 and 478, I will sell to the highest bidder, for cash, the following described lot or tract of land, lying in Shelby county, Tennessee, about three quar ters of a mile from Court Square, to wit : Being part of County Lot No. 611), on the north side of the Raleigh road, commencing on the wait aido of an alley about (H) eight feet wide, run. nirg thencs west with said Raleigh road (M) eighty-three feet : thence north with the plank fence now on suid lot about (500 five hundred feet, more or less, to the back of said fcace: thence east with said back fence (r3 eighty three feet te the ea-t fence now on said lot; thenoe on a line with said east fence (500) fire hundred feet, more r less, to the beginning. Equityof redemption to this property is waived, and title to the same believed to be peifcot, but I convey as trustee only. Place of Salo Southeast corner of Court Square. Ternu Cash. Time of Sale MONDAY. Feb'y 17th, 1R. There is situated on this lot an elegant Cot tage, with four rooms and servants' room and ki'chen, and other necessary Improvement. WINTER SCHEDULE. aaaa-aswasa Memphis and Louisville RAILROAD LINE. COMMENCING JANUARY firn. lefK, trains will leave Memphis al follows : Mominr Express, 7:UO a.m.; Evening Ex press, 3:80 p.m., railroad time, wh eb is fifteen minutes taster man city lime. Both trains run TIIROt'UlI TO I.OI ISVII.LE WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS, and make direct connection with JefTersonvill railroad For all Eiuttern and Northern ( It lea- Evening train from Memphis connects with TT. 8. Mail Line steamer, running double daily steamers between Louisville and Cincinnati. Passenger, r-y bvening Irams resrh rash ville at 6:40 a.m.; Cairo at 4:00 a.m., and Sc. Louis at 2:00 p.m. next day 38 TO 48 HOURS QUICKER THIN BT EOAT. Trains arrive at Memphis at 0:13 am. and :30 p.m. Procure tickets at No.237' Main street, or al Depot, head of Main street. Benrirast Che-rltrsl Throngh to all Im portant .Northern and ktute-rn Ilieo. S. B. JOXEVKupt. ASA HltUPaaaenger Asj't. 107-f - PARK AVENUE A CADE. Ml', 1-ITREE MTLES FROM MEMPHIS, NTJ ,R Slmr-phie k t'lurle-too railroat. The ob iect of this school is to prco-m knr, r... .i.. t nirersity r 1 irvtnia, any eolleee, or lor tho active duties of lite. In the nmary depart, meet special att ntion will be given torea iinr writing and spelling. T' e Pnacipal hu hsui ten years' experience in teaching in Alexan dria, Richmond and Lynchburg, Va and oe sigus establishing a petfTianeot school. Toe Academy ia located in a community ncicd fr ita refinement and intelligence, and ia uear park Avenue Church, where religious services are held everySunday. Board can to nMainrd Dearth reboot for f '.ft per month. The Beit afmion commences kebruary Sd, Ksruagjfrr.s-Ur. J. J. Wiliiama, N M Tietevaat, M. D. Iadri-. E. Ravner, F'q. , Cai t. E. A. Cole, patrons: hev. M. D. II' re. I)..Hev. T. V. M oore. D.ll.Y ichmond: P.ev.K. L.Daboev,D.D..Kv. B. .M. bnnth.li.l) L'ni' n Seminary: ho. J. h. RaD-er. D. D., Hoe. K. R. leane. Judge n. A. Wil,oa. Lynehbnrg. Vs.; ber. J- R. Wilton, D. P.. Auru-a, i.e. ; Vrof. '. t. Venahle. t niver- ty f Vi rn-a; Prf. W. linwid lie. late of I niver-ity r( a. Uv Vt . L.M1LLS-K.M.A, pnac pal. EXPRESS FREIGHT LINE. THROUGII WITHOUT TRANSFER, TO ALL EASTERN CITIES ,' AND" MANUFACTURING TOWNS j LITTLE MIAMI, COLUMBUS; AND XEHIA, ( OLIMCIS & CLEVELAND, LAKE SIIORE, ERIE, :NEW YORK CENTRAL, HUDSON RIVER, Western of Massachusetts, Boston & Worcester, C O Limit rS A PITTSUUItQ, AND Haiti more &, Ohio RAIL ROADS. CHAS. F. SMITH, AGENT, NO. Willtiveiuthoriiel Through Bills Lading by the responsible line, eiiTior bj River to Cincinnati, thence ALL KAIL, or sui nan irom juempu OXLY ONE TRANSFER FROM MEMPHIS. e-THK INTEREST OF SHIPPERS CAREFULLY PROTECTED. COTTON TIES. mm FASSMABPS' ALLIGATOR IRON COTTOX TIE. "IMfESE TIES ARK MADE OF THE BEST J. ENQLISIl IRON, whieh is painted to pre vent rust. A WROUOUT IRON bnokle is fastened to one end of the hoop: tbey require only to insert the other end, without bending it Lack, the teeth immediately fasten it immo vably. They are fully guaranteed, and any breakage of in- perfect iron will be made good on proper repvesentation. The buckle is universally ad m tted a superior one. We are determined the Irou shall be as guaranteed. . CHAM BISKS A LATTING. (leneral Agents, New Orleans, For sale in Memphis bv . HARRIS. COCIIRAN CO.. MEACUAM A TREAD WELL, And othor lsrge dealers and Urocery Mer phnnHj Z B-117 COMMISSION. DR. JA3. M. TOWNSS, Grenada. Miss. HUOR TORRAlfOB, CoffeeTille, Miss. TOWNES & TOBUMCE, Cotton Factors AND :general COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. 206 Front Street, UP STAIRS, BET. WASHINGTON AND ADAM.'. MKMPHI8, TKNN. tta- nnTiiimmint, nf .11 PT. AN' P ITTiTM EUPPLLIES solicited. Much of th' , COTTON received by us is very fine. T517-MT ?. 1 n O J C 3 5 J T"j.' IS AN UNFAILING R EMEDY IN' ALL J. eases of Neuralgia Facial is, often effet ding a perfect cure in leas than twenty-four hours, from the use of no mora than two oa rnaia rn.LS. No other form of Sou ralgia or Nervon S Dis ease has failed to yieli. to tnis wonderful romo diol avent. Kven io theseverest cases of Chronic N' tnral sria and general net -vous deiansemen , of niaoy years standing , affecting the entir a sys tem, its use for a le' r days, or a few we ;ks at the utmost, alwayss .(fords tne most astonishing relief, and very rars j fails to produce a com plete and neruia'ieo t euro. It contains Podi- an or other materials in the rliKhtext deg.ee ijurious even to tho most delicate sy em. sv jd ean aLWSTS be used wiM raRFErTB.raTT. , , It barf l',t,, bee-a in constant use by many our most . eiiiinen t Physicians, who rive it tketr unnniir nug and unqualified approval. tSnt . by mail -on receipt of price and postare. One r arkao,............$l (Kl, Postage cent. hix f .arkagps, 6 " 27 " 1" olve pa-kiM! OU. " 48 , , '.t is sold b I ll wholesale and retail dealers ir . Drum and M edicinei throughout the United ' jtatea, and b r TUSKER & CO., Sole Proprietors, 120 Tr tmont street, Boston, Matt. Mm- Sold by G. W. JONES. Agent. No. 267 Main itfg r4- llftinrihii. Tsunn. DEA FN! IBS, CATARRH, c o usi rx I O Ti, Ago Cancer Cured! T'KEATISK ON DEAFNESS. CA U. t rrh. Consumption and Cancer : weir caases , nieans of speedy relief, and "nste cure, llv a Pupil of the Academy of Meal cine, Paria. bent to ar-r eddreas Jo Id cents. L tt.-rtr.im K"b -. McMurdy. D.D., LL. V Ore nd Prelate of i Jrand Kncmpment ot U. D., aa'd K.l'tnrof the J 'ivml Frrrmatam I S w Yoaa. Sep mb.r 17. 17.-Ir. r-t'l"" aa in rhare of , race Church Hopiul. Alei .odria. Va.. durin t the war. I frequently, al aost dailr. fur mo albs, visited this Hospital, and had every mea ns of koowins Ms rwputa tion f.irsrririaarv and skill. It was ot the mot t creditable chatr, and his soeceas ia the treatment of prttjenu was reroarsehle. Kobt. McMcaor. OKOANIP VHIHATOH. It fits into the .-. is wA f-ireeprie'. J-sm-in'asi.aMi f and enabIM d-t prraunit , hear distiactlr at chorea an public aaaemhlin. Ta is instraeat will eltetj prudui-eralu aiams aairaj-aloas, aod ipae . i .,i,n. A.-fnae. it will rvlieve ia abort tiaaa. Il saay be adjasted WHO tn aus of nweLae Ol'PCKlEK FOR TUB PU BLIC LII1KR. p whK-a u tbe CUKAPI I aaaly aaiiaae4 S. 'l j M mm S z S ! 5 n -ft Dr. !-ilw.ll win be rr ote-amaany at i W abin.t, n Place, ( m, ver.ity Huild'Ota. .J . V.. daily, IS to i. exr-r-t Toewiava, wbra will he at I u reoau. ISA ! Pia street. I nilar rl-lph a. Pa. T TEXXSYLVANIA CEXTRAL 9 MADISON ST., MEMPHIS, above Roads st as low rate as ny ether MECHANICAL. T. S. JUKES, TIN, COPPER AMD SHEET-IRON WORKER, ' AND DIALS! I STOTES AND TIN WARE. Cotton Brands; and Btenoll PI a tea Cut, KOOFING. GUTTERING AND GENE ral Job Work promptly executed and war ranted. Also, sole manufacturer in Tennes see of BANKER'S SAFETY CAN! Thia Can Is acknowledged superior to any other pscknge in use for Oils, hpirils Tur pentine, Varnishes, Molasses and other liquids, as well as for Tea, Coffee, Spices and Gun- P0Wd4r- . T. S. JTUTH. 1-41 380 Seaond street, Memphis. JOSEPH FLANNEBY, PRAOlTCAL plumber. Gas and Steam Pipe Fitter. 53 J efferson St., MEMPHIS, : ; : : TENN. KEEPS CO N8TANTLT ON HAND A WELL SELECTED STOCK OF IRON AND BRASS LIFT AND . FORCK PTTMPS. I.Vt First National Bank OF MEMPHIS. IJ IKKCTOKHi W. A. WYBT, r. H. BAVIS, W. W. YOCWO. W.W.TIIATCHEB Of Young Bros.! Of Brown A Jones ; J.-W.nCFFEIViOjr.BEJf. F.ISMAN, Of J.W.J efferson Co.; Of Rico, Btix ACo.i NEWTOJf FOKO, of Newton Ford Co. i C. F. SMITH, A. P. BFBDITT, C. P. NORBIS, J. M. TOME NY. F.B.DAVIS, - - President. C. P. liORRM. TIcc-Pn-wH. Trustee's Sale. UNDER AND BYVIRTUE OF A DEED of Trust, executed by Barney McCay, to seeure the pavment of cortain indebtedness .i ! r, -.1 (K. IQtt, n a nf November. lS17-duly recorded in tho Keaister's office of bhelbv county, tn boo h o. pa tn, to wnicn relerence is maae, i win, uu WedDt-siday, Oth Day of Feb'ry, 1S6S, at the corner of Washington and S-eond streets, proceed to sell to the highest bidder, for cash, at public outcry, the following described pro n.ri. (...wit- Two V) brown, mare Mules: one about sixteen hands high, the other about fift-tn bends huh. . Hours of sale, between 11 and S o'clock. SAM. P. ROSE, Irustee. January K, lfTfl. The Southern Advertiser. EsUblished in 18S8.J Le.ding Organ of tb German Popula tion of the Southwest L0TJH WUIDERKAH, Editor and Frop'r OFFICE Coa.TBiDAoJgrrgsogTa. Ia Foitofflcw Building. Memphis, Tenn. TTQ T-adinilr lane circulation through out mecliy aaa ruii. dudu u.i excellent answioaurw T kaowl o tne mousanas oi u.ruiaua "'a hie se.-ti"" ol inecoontry. ""ThAKEFJiTOM fOTTO-l PBFJS. AV nrcss Cotton, day and night, at oar New . i ... M.wi.liu,nil fhl.,. to'iTdVpot. Entrance en Aitams atreet, and throuuh the depot arounna. n. '"" ance of room in theCharlestoa Cottoa t-hed for k.... ,iui their CtUoa and make op their luu. tree os eoa . Orrtcs, No 'iH Front street. ur,M. J.nner-4. IH-KVt JOH GRAHAM. MERC II A ST TAILOl, No. SSO Main Street tap stairs). MA5UFACTi;RIN(l AND, REPAIRINS dVn. tn "rd.r. and in the best style. Mr. M. BeKNSTK-N,osalo. 1 eutter. is ia tr .sanity. w. urastca. go. Ptcsatr. Ja. MESSICK PICKETT, ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW, 'OKFICKi Va. S17 aUeead atreet, aear ear. Koiroe, 1 MFMPH1S. TtL: JJ It . NOHUI8, tMlUSTJ m . ... wwrve rW anav VTtl Kj .d o. ia Bethel bteck. ap stairs. Kn'- 3D to h Ji : M. It mS 9 E g . gS Li j! A H g - 5S ,H2 la I is 1 55" si Pi - i - -"J s is CHURN DASHERS. CHURN DASHER. 4 RETAIL PRICE EVERYWHERE, $3 001 1RINCIPAL DEPOT FOR THE SOUTH ern citatesfor "Finley's Churn Dasher," at tho popular CHINA 11 ALL of EASTLAND, LLOYD & GILBERT, No. 321 Main SI reef, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, And for sal by Agents Everywhere. AGKJSTH WANTED IN EVERY COUNTY IN THE UNITED 6TATE8. . J. A. CAMERON & CO. AGKNTH WANTED In everv county In the United States foe the I'lNLHY CHURN DASI1ER. Liberal induce ments to aotive aid reliable men. J. A. CAMERON k CO., 321 Main street, Memphis, Tenn., Agents for the United btates. Madison. Uibgoiie Dyer. Obion, Henry and Hardoman eounties, Tenn. and Marshall, Lafayette, Pontotoe and Yalo- Dutna counties, miss., are onen ui ananor iur ik. Fixl.ifY CHURN DASHKR. Annlv im mediately to J.A.CAMERON A CO. Col. W. rndex-Bfood, The popular candidate for municipal honors, savs butter is made at his ho'ise in loss than five (5) minutes with the FINLEY DASHER. W. B. WALDRAN, Ksq., Secretary and Trea surer Memphis and Little Rock railroad, uses the FINLKY DASHER. Ask hint if he can now afford to do without it? Dr. J. Y. CUM M1NOS sys butter i obtained st his house in from three to five minutes with the FINLEY DABU Ktv. UO ana geioneanairy iv jroureeii, Prioe. $3 (K, cash. 321 Main street. Tonng Men, Wbo cannot make money at clerking, car, with a little effort and a little capital, make money, surely and rapidly, by sale ef the FINLEi CHURN DASHER. Come and see us, and we will convince you. . j. A. UAjuunua a uu.. Agents for the United States. Get"" One . piwt w nrjTTTj w nionvna nj , Ul IDS IliUIl vuun inww oivo .uu it; if not fully no to representation, return it ana get your xurv. iuuib. J A. VAJllilWil oL M3. Everybody Knows The genial "Charlie" Morris. He says the IJN LH r U11U nn v ftoti ntt Deaiseveryinmg in Arkansas. John M. Woodson, of German town, is astonishing and delighting the good housekeepers of his neighborhood with the marvelous work of the DASH ER. Can't nlease jour wife nnd daughters better than by adding a JJAsliUti to your nousenoia inventory, uuiy $3 00. Agents wanted everywhere. il. a. iamiiauil et vv. E. IV. Caldwell, Shelly depot, snys no honseki-eper ouvht to be without a FINLEY CHURN DASHER, and no one certainlv will alter one trial, for the trifling sum of $1 00. Ask Dr. Hcnrv Dickery, Dr. Love ana uenerai n. noo-naon, oi Hernando, what they would take for their FINLEY DASHFR8 If they could not get an other. Perhaps they would surprise yeu with their answers, netaiiea evetywnere at to cu. More agents wanted. Eight Hundred and Seven (807) FINLEY CnURN DASHERS sold in one week all guarantied, and not one yet re turned. " OH fogies," don't wait for fear that Ion may possibly be humbugged. No " Yan ee humbug." If it does not perform all we promise for it, coine anil get vour money again. v i. A. CAMERON A CO. " Western Reserve " And "Goshen" housekoesers and dairymen pronounoethe FINLEY CHURN DASHER ih kist chnrntna imnloment vet seen. Trv it yourself, and you will be fully convinced. Ro ta 1 at $3 00. J. A. CAMERON A CO. 2000 Finley Clinrn Dashers To arrive next week. Agents can he profitably employed. Our agents are all making money. You can Uo tne same, li you win try. J. A. UASllllU.t X UV. Jen. It. E. Lee, Of Virginia, has a FINLEY DASH PR. Col. Nalh. Adams, Slanton depot, uses a FINLEY IMS H Kit. ' oi. j. j. racsier, ot lluntaviiie. Ala., uses a FINLEY DA.M1KR. (1. D. Win chelf, ot Cincinnati, says nothing equal to the DASHER. Mrs. A. D. Hmith, of Rochester, N. Y., uses one of the DASHERS. Col. II. K. Strong, Dixon, III., pronounces the DASHER a success. Dr. J. M.Owen, of Kusselville, Ky., ..v. it can't be heat. The venerable editor or the Jackson Whig. W. W. dates, does not ) hesitate to recommend the DASH h Kin highest terms. And so will any other individual who will TKT IT. Retail price, SHOO. Exclusive agencies and good terms to the right sort nf men witn asman capiiai. can upon, or write to, J. A. CAM K HON A CO., Ail iuaiu aireeu Exactly the Itlj-ht Sort Of men can get most favorable agencies for Mu.aihusatta. Pennsylvania. Michigan.- Wis consin, Iowa, Missouri, Texas, Louisiana, Vir ginia, oiaryiana ana iaiuoroia. r.xciusiTe county agencies in almost every State in the Union, (tuod business pluck and perseve rance, with a hundred or more dollars rash capital, will make anas hokit with one or more good counties in sale ot the FINLEY CHURN DA SHE R than many" over-shsvfow-ing estab i huients'' with their thousands of capital. If you don't understand this declara tion, call and be convinced. J. A. CAMERON A CO. Ak Rev. W. C. Johnson, Of the rrto Aivoatr; Col. F. Whitmore, of the Pcblio I.dos; Dr. R. H. Rivers, of the Somerville Female Col'eget Dr. M. . Pbiliil-i, of the AoMts-n, Farmer; for their opinion of theFINLbY CHURN DASHER, and yon will soon own one. Tnthers and Sons Who have toiled all the year long for the "vo ter" and the tas-gather. ran, with Lisa nson, with mobs rtiiSi aa, and with cash rapital to the vaiue of one good mute, drive a lucrative bu-ine.., without reat,insuraoee, burglar safes, acceptance, indorsements or open accounts, by calling uion the Agents ef the KIXLKY CULRN DASHEK.l Mainstr-et. Memphis. 1. A. CAMERON A CO. BlaJ. XT ! Rnlkley Uses one of the FINLEY DASHERS: so do tart. 11. II. Pott-r, Cart. Joa. Lenow, Jadge Arrh'd Wririt, Mai. M. J. Wirka. Kewt.o Ford. Eq., B. B. iiarnee, teq , U. A. Wont- - l'.m . Iv. A. ktiriM.. I.. V i b. r"so and haadreda at otiarre. They sue Sold at SJ reiau, ca.n, and guar -niece. J.CAMtKOS jt. CO. A CaeJi Reraltlanee or 93, Oraa order T. O TV" by Frpreai, wilt obtain one oi us ri.ii.ti viu ft. iA.-nri.. shipped to any part of the United State, fend lor Circalar. with three cent s atrp. J. A. CAM hRi.iN A CO., SIUMaia stxeet Meaaphis. Li. jiiaj 'tnanr trvu-Jt PRINTING. VsVirVVVwvVvVVvvvvvvyvvv GOOD WORK-CASH PRICES I runctualitj Bcrorc All Things! WHITMORE k 00., Proprietors of THE PUBLIC LEDGER STEAM JOB PRINTING HOUSE No. 13 Madison Street, II AVIN3 NOW TN FULL AND COM- plete operation toe Book and Job Deuartments ef this EXTENSIVE ESTABLISHMENT, we take this mode of o tiling the attention or our patrons and friends, aud the publio gene rally, to our f a w -Steam Arraisfl-emeiits. This ofiico isnow the Us A. Tt O K S T And licst Appo-r.ti.il IN THE SOUT.rCWEST, And fully equal to any in tho l'ast as regards Its facilities for executing Printing of every variety and in any color. All Kinds of Work Execofed, Klther In f Plain or Ornamental Typa, Plain Illavaa, Colored Inks, O0ID LEAF AND BRONZES, Inlevery manner known to the profession, at home and abroad BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS Printed with new type-latest styles. Ornamental, Plain and Fancy I . Steamboat Printing In a manner unsurpassable. INVITATION OAH1J8 i AMD 1J41X TICKETS, Illuminated with fie latest ornamental and ball room scenes. CONSTITUTIONS Printed in elegant style. 0or large usortmenl of typo for SHOW BILLS AND POSTEKS Il not toelled In the United States. i LARGE PICTORIALS Can ba as readily and chenply done at this offioo as they are in the East, and in as HANDHOMK HTYLIC. We bare in oar office the Lai-crest Bize Prewucs Now in na, together with STEAM JOBBERS, Which enable ns te print CARDS AND lUIX-HEADS . WITH GREAT CELERITY. We have a SPLENDID JIkSORTMENT of small Plain and Fane Jeb Letters, suitable for FINE WOK.K- Easiness Cards and Circulars In the Beet Style, with suitable engrav ings representing business. BI-PLOM-rVH. Tot Schools and College. Print4 Eqnal to Copperplaa. Partleolar atteatioa given to - M 111 tar j and Call road rrlntlng. BLANK BOOKS, With printed heads, tnr-tber mrlth every kiel f Haia aad t aacy S ori. done mth dispatck. INSURANCE. INSURANCE COMPANY, HARTFORD, CONW. INOOIII'OIIATICU 1M10. t ASSETS. JULY 1. JHifc. Cnh on hand. In b'k and with eg'ta $ 2hl S-'o ot J niteil Htatea ritock..... ............ M'i.m ! l'.cul t-t.ito, uninsuoibered.. oj Sute Stocks 4ir7 ,',.) is) New York Hank Wtocks...-.. Tt-'.17tl 00 Hartford Hank citocka...M...-. 7Tii.kii (O MiFnellaneous Hank Htooki... 1i"i.ikI it) Itnilroad stocks. Mo. ........... 27iUu7 60 Mortitnire linnds, City, County and lUi lroad...-...... l.Oll.lM M Total. LiABiLrriEs. Losses unadjusted aad net due.- .1 2J1.JWI ss . S,K4fiH 20 riet. h Income for last year net. A uaiiv income oi saT...w Tax paid, Government and State 17i 178 4 Total Losses paid in 47 years.....l,i27 41(1 In) Ity Fire.....-.......-....... .M 17,04 :t,ouo W Inland.. ..... l ski 40VOT Loss by Portland Fire, July 4th. 'PUS total amennt onvared by the Xtnt Poll. I cies on property destroyed er dmnaired is $206,HT4, on which salvage will be about five percent. Our total loss will not vary much from gjofl.OM), and was premptly adjusted and paid. Thia sum is five percent, upon the Com pany's sxcets, a figure hut slightly ezeeeding . our floverninent and State taxes paid last year, or a proportion equal to a 15,000 loss for aoom pany of tllXMHK) assets. The nocesaily for insurance and the value et wealthy, strong enrpnrationa ia foroibly il lustrated by this fire. Several weak insurance companies are destrnyod. Portland has a population of 85,000 was handsomely built, mostly fine brick or stone structure" protected and screened with upward of 3,000 ahado trees bounded on three sides by water indeed, literally, almost rising from tho ocean and with aetenm fire department yet it has $10, 000,000 of property consumed in a few hours open a holiday when its people are least oo;u pied from the very insignificant cause of a contemptible firecracker. Kcmemhor the trifling origin of Arcs that swoep away in a few hours the earnings o years. Consider your best interest and give the AUna Agent a call if you need proper insur ance security. Pay a fair rate ef premium for a good and genuine article, and will) these lights and experiences before you, procure your insurnnoe with shrewd judgment. Applications for insurance promptly attended to by II. A. LITTLETON A CO., Ag'U. No. 22 Madison st-oef. IN8UHE WIT ft Lindsey & Vredeaburgh, Agents for the following first-class companies : Homo Insurance Company, of New Yort" 1 Capital, ... S3.7e5.SO, Security Insurance Comp'y ' of New York. Capital, .'. . $l,IO!3,7O0; Enterprise Insurance Company, Of Cincinnati. Capital s 1 8 l.OOO.OOO; PARTI TESirtINJ INSURANCE, Ei ther Fire, Marine er Hull, would do woll to eall npon LINDBBY & VREDENBURGH Before effecting Insnranoe plsewhere. jNo. 11 JVEmllHon Street, Vn fl,ntr. Mmr.nl. Tenn. LEK ACADEMY. o N MONDAY, FEBRUARY TniRT. WE 'shall rrtranixa tho Forms for the Spring Pension. French in Prof. VILLEIIULIN'S Classva without charge. 120 M. A. K. MORA Atf. Principal. No. 248! In the Chancerv Court nf Memphis, Tennessee Insolvent hill John lialiuin, administrator estate of J. W. Matthews, de censed, vs. Jam'-s H. Mntthews, et al. INTIIISCACSB IT APPEARINd FROM affidavit on file in this oause that defendants, Jan.es 11. Matthews. Joseph W. Mstthows, W. L. fitricklin and wife Bettie J. Ktricklin. Jas. 11 amor and wife Surah C. Ilamor, and Mark Ilealy aie non-re'idents of the State of Ten nessee; it is therefore ordered that they make their appearanoe heroin, at the Courthouse in the city of Memphis. Tom., on er before the first Mondny in March, lxm, and plend, answer or di'mur to complainant's bill, or the same will be taken fur confessed as to them, and set for hearing ox parte ; and it is further ordered that all creditors having claims against the es tute of J. W. Matthews, deceasod. file them wiih the Clerk and Mastor on or before the first day of May, lftW, or the ssme will be burred: and that a copy of this order be pub lished in tho Pubmo LgnnKB, a newspaper published in tho city of Memphis, for three na n'h", A true copy A'test : A. ALSTON, Clerk and Master. By R. J. Rlack, V. C and M. January 22.1SW. Halldm, Chsi.hkrs 4 WjiBHiNQTON, Solici tors for complainant. xi-M PEOPLES' Rank of Tennessee. MEMPHIS. NO. 12 MADISON STREET. F. YT. NJtlTIf, President. I. A. SHEPHEK1, Cai-hler. fi-37 No. I486-In the Chancery Court of Memphis. Tennessee-Catherine Cleary, for self and as admiuistrstiix, e:o.. vs. John A. Dickinson TT APPKARINO FROM AFFIDAVIT IN 1 this cause that the defendant. Jno. A. Dick inson, i" a non-resident i.f ihe State of Tennessee- it is thereloro ordered that he make nis abearance herein, at the Courthouse in the citv i f Memphis, Tennecsee, on or b-fore tho firH Monday ia March. lrKH. and plead, answer or dcitur to complainant's bill.ar the same will be la-en for confessed as to him, and set for hearing cx parte : and that a oopy of lhisj nrder le published once a week, for lour successive weeks, in the I'cBLic Lkdgkb. A copy-Att :LpTff CTerk Mi MMt. Itv R. J. Black, D- C. end M. U Ai Lra A WiBHi.votoa, Solicitors for cmn- plj.rant. V55"14IL. A 17 M IMS 1 KATUN'S FIN A L B-" J A me tin County Court of Shelb K.oirngg ... I that I will applv for confirma'ion or saicl aiMl that 1 win aii n !urt of 1(, ,e..ienient at the rei.ru j Maayof said Co"Vi;?n th. CouKhoeinth.e.tv of Mem runi.th. in tne touriuv HKSSK. b" Adminutrator. Johw I.niors Clerk. T' P. BfED. , C- WILSOM. HEED A UILSO.Y, REAL ESTATE, RENTAL -A5D- Cr.XEBAL EISISESS AGENTS, Odd t'ellowaj Hall, KKXrBH. - - - ' fWf.K5 0. W. BANKER. ia ias oiata a i i msaeaee. a Jeata stsewu ''