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Hnn. N. 1H Mdlon Mtrwi I.ARCKST riTT flRCtUTION. Wholie Ha 1-A Cnriooi Itorf. Lata Kngliah papers ooutein tb fol lowing remarkable story about a New Yorker. Who it ba T A Norwegian barque, from New York, arrived at Cork on Sunday last, having on board a young American of high bin h and fortune, whoae name will be remem bered io New York is connection wiih one rf the moat tragic, at the turns, time romantio, occurrences committed in tbt city within the memory of the oldest in habitant. Not many weeki since, the cenilemen in question wa staying with kit family in the city of New York. Ac companied by hia aiiter, he one mitbt wisiled ene of the theater! of that city. As he was preparing to Kare the build ing, strange person, of gentlemanly ap pearance, approached, and, in a most familiar tone, addressed the young lady The latter, with a reterre peculiar to young ladies, declined Vtiponse to the salutations. The brother asiured the in dividual he must be mistaken, where upon the newly acquired acquaintance replied that he was not mistaken, and that he had met the lady in a place of the previous night Exasperated by the unpardonable insult which was cast npon tb fiiirjama ol the young lady, her brother drew akoife and stabbed her defamer to the heart By means of a capital disguse, the young man succeeded in escaping trora the police, and shipped, subsequently, on board the Norwegian yessel as an able seaman, so as to reach this country in safety. He is now on his way to the metropolis of England. A Prist Fighter Strong Vp in lows From the Omaba Herald, January 17. Our neighboring city was somewhat agitated yesterday by the report of the lynching of Charles Russell on last Tues day night, in the vicinity of Crescent City, a small Tillage about six miles north of Council Bluffs. Russell was a small, spare-built man, about twenty four years of age, a brick mason by trade aud a prize fighter by profusion., He is well known in this city from the circumstance of bis having at one time fought with "Tiger Bill" at the fair grounds, in which he got worsted, and afterwards be made arrangements to fight Johnny Bobebar at the race course tome time last August, but which ar rangements, from tome csuse or other, proved a failure. After these circum stances be went to Council Bluffs, where he remained until last fa'l, when he went to Crescent City to work on a farm. Since that time we have not heard from him or bis desperate acts until yesterday evening,when we learned that,on account of bis attempts at highway robbery in the reighborhood of Crescent City, and other st nous depredations and outrages, be was taken in charge by a vigilance committee on last Tuesday night, carried to a neighboring woods, and hung with out judge or jury or the benefit of the clergy. Bis corpse was not found until lute on Wednesday evening, and tbe news of the sad fliir being brought to Council Bluffs yesterday morning, afford iug a theme for universal comment Th beirsof the late John, A. Wash- inrtlnn nf VirfflfilO Jr. IB flftid. hftVf) hft- gun suit in Chisago for the recovery of $100,000 worth of real estate in that city which was owned by Washington atrtbe time be was killed in Virginia in 1861. A Chicago lawyer made hie way through tbe lines, and finding the Washington heirs, represented that the estate would be confiscated if it remained in their name, and bad it deeded to him for safe ty. He has since refused to restore it Hence the suit. Tbc difference between English and French law is shown by the fact that out of 3(0,000 persons convicted before Eng lish magistrates, only sixty were sen tenced to imprisonment for terms exceeding six months. Of the 155,000 sentenced by the French correctional police, 10,818 were punished by im prisonment for periods from one year to en, aud 86G8 for terms of from tix months to one year. - ' A resolution was introduced by a Democratic member into the Eassas Legislature, on Monday, instructing the Senators and Representatives to vote against the bill to allow negro suffrage in the District of Columbia. The resolu tion says Kansas voted against negro suffrage last fall, and that the Represen tatives from that State misrepresented their constituents in voting for the bill whioh rsert Cnnprea. in Deoemher, DAVID P. BADDEN. WILLIAM PARE. DAVID P. HADDEN & CO., (Suocessori to Simpson, JJaddea A Co.,) COTTON FACTORS, mSOLESAp: OBOCEBS.AXD COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. SOS Front St., Between Washington and Adams Streets, HEMPniS, TEX., AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF MAYS vdle, Kentutky, C01TON TARNS AND CORDAGE, Equal to Any in the Market FLOUlli "Clarkenilc Clly JIHIa." mi. " Andre JatkMa" illi,iix. Laffcyetto Gold Doit Mill, mi. Tobba' Exeelalorn Mill, xxxx. " Yerk" Mlllt. "Klrabroaa-ITa' Mill, mi, mux Ex tra, ! xx knprr. 'ablial.ed and w-ll known brand, and .we OC OT loeia v wi II inn iuaac-. eW A fill esaortmo of GROCERIES and PLANTATION M PI'LIKS always on hand. NOTICE. Ornci MiTtoeoLiTAX PoLirs Coaii'ag,! Dinrlli, Janaarr Js. 1-6 I rrH TEW DK AY, NUMBER. FOR THE a lony-nrp- Tiwram j . - - for i-iu. at lh office of tbe Tea Collector on rn llegae. tverr nra., run -. Ja-t ae iioenea. ail be required to biro taeaew aamban, on or beiore F.broar flrst. A- T. BrgDITT, 12, Act. Eap't Metropolitaa Police, TRUST SALES. Trualee's) ale. I Trn I to me eiecu ei br 0. Dev dena a f ira in wv w.. v. ' . ' B. K. ltlano, .rtnere, eio., reooroe i in ; probate Clerk's eflloe of Panola counts, M .:. ,.... T. k....k u I'll. .IV i-ii anil i be ia tt, to erouro T. T. Ureen aUo.,f Mm(itili. 1 i hi i M. rn .r uinii a 'JnnMM, la tbe iajriuent of certain inaebU edneta inereta urouoooa, i win, vu v ISth DAT Or FEBBVABT, 1S6S, betweon the honre of 10 a.m. and 4 r;" . soli tbe ai cinrais, rnouia tvunij, m wi--ir,-.. Innbouae lanlr oooupled by 1)tiiIuo lll.nn. Io Oio hurhaat biililer. fnrCAHU, A the f.llowmi nroprrtr. lo-wit: Tbe tirol mi inn loi ol iiTiuon T,-T iyiinmoicln two handred aad twenw-ne tZJ) at loutn I ibe nrmei oomw thirtv four, townhipMTn. ranreeen, m I . I . M I . t,m I I ... ulna 'Out ille -niiw'ni pouin i ."r,' of UmMimimippI and Tenaenieo railroad ooin' tan'e line, tbeoeo north Io a point oppoeiti baiDBior, thD"e rast to bofinnlus. In Panoli onuntv, Miniwipi'1. ana tneremamaw oi ma GUOU8, WAiieB, ete..of Davideon k Blann. ... conv.7 oa., RDMPi Tnl,tM. Jsnoarv h. V. lal e rTruistee's Sale. RY VIRTUE OF A DEED OF TRUST. BX ImiI i ma an ilia LMth dav of June. lHtln. br W. O. Loflaod, and duly ref iner-d In tha lloiru er i rtnoe t MiD)r oouniy, imni". In Keoord Book No. M, nert let, passe ft. 610 and 611, to which releronce Is horoby made fur tha purnote of payiof tbe debt therein se cured 1 will, oa ' Monday, loth Itey of February, 1HH, In frontof tlieCoarthoiue.ln the oily of Mem lihle, proreorf te nil toi e blsheit bidder, mi rBH, tbo followi' edeecrlbed property, to-witj A Mrfak'. Int nf land, lnnt ani brinr in the county of Shelby end ritateof Tennesreo, beins lot No, laid down on the plan end mep of Memphle. llnrinningat iDein'er-roiioa oi ins south aide of Kxchonireitreet with tbo wrt aide of 'I bird, running tbenoe southward with tha wept lido f Third itreet one hondrtd and forty ixht and a half feet to the Intervention of the win aide o' the allay, betwoan Poplar and Ex change atraet; thrnoe wait ward with the north aide of said alley end parallel with Exchange atrea-, eighty-eisht and a half feet I thence northward and para!1 el with Third itreet, on hundred and forty-eight and a half feet to the south aide of Kxi-hanse afreet: thanee aaatward with the aouth aide of Esohange atreet.eUhty eight and a ball feet to the beiinnins, bains the aggregate nr entire d t, or pa real of ground con -Toved to W. O. Lofland by B. Walker, Jacob Walker and Wm. Walker, by Deed, dated 23d June, 11, together with all improvements thereon, and appnrtenancee thereunto belong ing. The equity of redemption in and to this properly ia eipreaaly waived in laid Trust Deed, and the title ii believed to be good, but I eel and convey only aa Trustee, gale to be made wi'hin lawful hours. 111136 SAM. H. COWARD. Trnatee. THDHTEE'a HALU. TY VIRTUE OF TIIB POWER CON- briel Smither and Joaeph K. Clarkion. dated . i ... i t . : i m;, r : 1 1 luo oio oay u. aiii. aoji . a win. uu ' Monday, February Sd, 1868, Between 10 o'oloak a.m. and 4 o'clock p.m., on the promise!, in the city of Memphis, proceed to sell at publio Bale to the highest bidder, for oah, the Inllowing lots in aaid city, to wit: Be ainninv at a noint in tha east line of Shelby itreet, in block No. 4, in the Butler diviaion of South Memphis, two hundred and twenty-five feet southwardly from the southeaat corner of the tntor-eoiion or Itutler anaeneiD? etreeie; thence running from said point aouthwardly with the tut ine of Shelby itreet foriy-five feet to corner ol Shelby and Traniite streets; thence eas'war ly w ih the north line or Tran iite atrcet two handred and tweety-two feet six inchra; thenee northwardly forty-five feet: thence westward!? with Milton's aonth line two hundred and twenty-two feet six inches to the beginning on Shelby street. The equ ty of redemption to said property waived in Trust Deed recorded in Register's offioe, Shelby county, book No. 29, page 44, 431) and 44H. Title believed to be good, but I sell and convey only as Trustee. 1211 td VKftNoN KH'DK3.Tratee. Trustee's Hale. BY VIRTUE OF A DEED OF TRUST made to me by John H. Pe'erson, and re corded in the Hegiatar'a office of Shelby county, in book No. 67, part lit, pagea 47d, 477 and 478, I will sell to the highest bidder, for cash, the following described lot or tract of land, lying in Shelby oounty. Tennessee, about three quar ters of a milefrom Court Square, to wit: Being pnrt of County Lot No. oiU, on the north aide of the Raleigh r .ad, commencing on the wet aide of an alley about (8) eight foet wide, run ning thence weat with said Raleigh road (lit) eighty-three feet : thence north with the plank fence now on saia lot aoout touu? nve nunarea feet more or leu, to the back of said fence; thence eaat with aaid back fence (KJ) einhtv- tbree fe-1 te the eaat fence now on aaid lot) thono' on a line with said east fenoe (6U0) fire hundred feet, more er lea, to the beginning. Equity of redemption to thia property ia waived, and title to the aame believed to be perfect, but I convey as trustee only. Place of Sale-Southeast corner of Conrt Square. ierma t;an. Time of Sale MONDAY. Feb'y 17th, 1S68. There ia situated on this lot an elegant Cot tage, with four rooms and servants' room and kitchen, and other necessary improvement!. Hi B. H. buwsukmh xruatee. Trustee's Hale. UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A DEED of Truat. eiecuted bv Barney McCay. to aeoure the pavment of certain indebtedness merein ppeoineu, on me ivia aar qi noTcmiwr, 1H 7 duly reoordod in the Regiiter'a office of Shelb ooun'y. in Book No. 62, pagea 421, 423 to whioh refereooe is made, I will, on Wedneajday, Oth Day of Feb'ry, 1868, at the corner of Washington and Second afreets, proceed to soil to the highest bidder, foreaih, at publio ontcry, the following deaenbed pro perty. t wit: 1 wo (2) brown, mare Mules; one about sixteen hands high, the other about fift en hands h gh. Hours of tale, between 12 and 3 o clock. 8 AM. P. ROSE, Iruitee. T.nna-yy T'R 131 The Southern Advertiser. EsUbliahed in 1858. Leading Organ of tbe German Popula tion of tbe Southwest. 1 LOUIS WUHDERxtAK, Editor aad Frop'r OFFICE Cot. Thud asd Jirraasog its. In Fostoffloe Building;, Memphis, Term. ITS exceedingly large circulation through out the city and State offera ba-inasa mea an excellent onpnrtonity to maka their businesa known to tbe thousands of Uermans living in b'l seotu n of the ooantry. 15-t PARK AYEME ACADEMF, TnREE MILE FROM MEMPHIS. NEAR Meinphia A Charleston railroal. The ob ject of thia school ia to prepare bora fur the I'niveraity f V'rtinia, any collega, or lor the active duties of life. In the arimary depart ment special alt- ntion will be given to reading, wrting and epelling. T a Principal haa had Ten years fipenean in learning ia Alexan dria. Richmond and Lrnrhbarg. Va.. and de airna eatab'iabiDg a permanent school. The Academy ie located in a community noted for its reSaemeot and int-lligeore. and ia near Park ATenue Choreh. wheia religtoua services are held arerr Sunday. Board ran W obtained near the School far $18 per month The next ieasmn eommeurea lebruary -vi, l Kinnmi-lir J. J. Williams. 5. M Treaavar.t, M. D. redrv-k. E. Karner. Ksqs., Capt. h. A. C-le. patrons: Kev. M . i). II ae. H. Il her. T. V. W I) Tl R ichmood : Ree.R. L.Dabney.D D.. Rev. B. At. Smita.l.D.. Voice Semiriaryi Ker. J. H. Katrey. D. D.. Hon. K. B. Deana, Jodge D. A. Wilson, Lyerbharg. Va.: rev. 4- K. neon, li. !.. Aoru'ta, tia. Ymf c H. Venahle. I'nirer tr of Virginia Piof. W. I'inwiddie. lata of Vaiveraity af Va. ir . L. M I LLf R. V. A., rnP-l. Sl'hCKllth tt'H 1MB P BL1C LM'ithK, which ia the CUE Altai aUy uliuaaJ ta tbe btauaf leaa EXPRESS FREIGHT LINE. THROUGH WITHOUT TRANSFER, TO ALL EASTERN CITIES AND ' MANUFACTURING TOWNS j a, LITTLE MIAMI, COLUMBUS: AND XEHIA, COLUMBUS & CLEVELAND, LAKE SHORE, ERIE, NEW YORK CENTRA, HUDSON RIVER, Western or Massacbasctts, Boston & Worcester, COLUMBrS etc PITTSUlIlia, rENXSYLVANIA cextbal AND Daltimore Sc Ohio 3F. A.I Xj ROADS. CHAS. F. SMITH, AGENT. NO. 9 MADISON ST. MEMPHIS, t 111 give authorised Through Bills Lading by the abovs Roads at as low rates as any other responsible Una, either by River to Cincinnati, thenos ALL RAIL, or all Rail from Memphis. ONLY ONE TRANSFER FROM MEMPIIIS. aW-TUB INTEREST OF SHIPPERS CAREFULLY PROTECTED. COTTON TIES. FASSMAN'S ALLIGATOR IRON COTTON TIE. THESE TIES ARE MADE 07 THE BEST KNOLLS 11 IRON, which Is painted to pre vent rust. A WROUGHT IRON buokle is fastened to one end of the hoop; they require only to insert the other end, without bending it tack, the teeth Immediately fasten It immo- The'y are fully guaranteed, and any breakage of imperfect iron will be made good on proper repreientation. The buckle ie universally ad mitted a superi r one. We are determined the Iron shall be as guaranteed. ,, CUAM BEHS A LATTINO. General Agents, Mew Orleans. If or sale in Meinpnis pv HARRIS, COCHRAN A CO., MEACHAM A TREADWELL. And other large dealers and Qrooery Mer ehanti. . COMMISSION. DR. JA8. af. TOWKIS, ' HDOH TORBANCf , Grenada. Miss. CoffeevUle, Miss. T0WNES & T0RBANCE, Cotton Factors AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS Wn Ortft Vrnnt Sfrmot UP STAIRS, BET. WASHINGTON AND ADAMS MEMPHIS, TKNN, W Conslgnmen'u of all PLANTATION 6DPPLLIES so'loited. Muoh of the COTTON reoeived by us if. very fine. vn I 1 1 m swej m T-a I y c E2 g " to J 3 TT IS AN UNFAILING REMEDY fN ALL 1 eaaea of Neuralffia Faoialia. often affectlna a perfect cure in loss than twenty-four hours, from the use of no more than two ok thssi nixa. No other form of Nenralela or Nerrona Dis ease has failed to yield to this wondavful reme dial agent. Even In the severest eves of Chron ie Neural gia and general nervous deiange menta, of maiy years etandini, affecting the entire sys tem, its use for a few days, or a f w weka at the utmoat. alwava affords the moat aatoniahinc relief, and very rarely fails to prod uce a oom- pieie ana permanent cure. , It contains no drags or other materials in tha lightest degree injurious even, to the mot delicate sy tern, and oan always, be used wit rsartcr siriTT. Tt haa lona been In eonstant riaa Vtv manv of our moat eminent Physiriana. w he give it their unanimous and unqualified api aroval. Sent by mail on receipt of pi ire and postage. One package, 41 00, Postage n oents. Bigpckagca,..-.. 6 do. " 27 " Twelve packesa...-. IN. " 48 " It is sold by all wholesale and retail dealers In Drags and Medicine, thro aghout the United States, and by TURNER t CO., Sole Proprietors, 120 Trmoni ttreet Bolton, Mat. AT4T Sold by Q. W. JONES. Agents, No. 257 Main street, Memphis- Tenn. o-Sl S,M No. 2tKi In the Chaacar. Court of Mempbia, Tranewa- Inaolv.nt bill John llalluia, administrattr .state of J. W. Matthews, de rl, .a Jan-a 11. Matih.wa.ct al. J V THtSCU'SR IT APPKAR1NU FROM affidavit on tie in tHf cau-Mhul drfendaota, amea H. MittS.wa. Jwph W. M.ttS.wi, W. I.. ftrv klin and wifa brum J. Ptncklln. Ja. Hamer and wifa F.rah C. Hinrr, and Mark IImIt a a noa tv-idenu nf tr.t Slat of T. neaaea: tt is theralora orderwl that th.y make their appoaranoa bwrin, at the Conrthou. in tha rtrof Mem thia. T.nn an er rfor the trvt Monday ia Marrh. 1 -', and plead, answer or demur to eoaaplainaat'r bill, nr tha aame will ha t.k.a for eoateawKl n them, and aet for hearing ei part. : and 1 1 ia farther ordand that all rrad tora ha ing eU .im. againirt the es tate af J. W. Matthrwa. daaa.t. file them with tha Cork aad Maaar a r kafor. the firat day of May, l, T tha aama will b barrrd ; aod that a for 7 tif this order be pub liahd ia Uia Peal IO Liiwti, a newapapar pah ihad ia the riiy ! Meaiphis, (or three saa h. A trma eorr At-t : A. AL'TON, flerk aad Jlaater. fv H. J. Il'-. I. C. aad M. Jaoaarr 2J. lfVv. HaLLra. Cai.aaaa A WasjTOii. Ro!W tors lor eoapiaoiKat. vi-il af mMm h r 2 L 1 rN 1 MECHANICAL. T. S. JUKES, TIN, COPPER AND SHEET-IRON WORKER, ASD DSALII IH STOYES AND TIN WARE. Cotton Brand and Btenoll Flatos Cut. ROOFING. GUTTERING AND GENE ral Job Work promptly executed and war ranted. Also, sole manufacturer in Tennes see of BANKER'S HAFETT CAST I This Can is acknowledged superior to any other package in use for Oils, rpirlts Tur pentine, Varnishes, Molasses and other liquids, as well as for Tea, Coffee, Spioes and Uun- P0Wder' T. 8. JUKES, TJ-41 280 Second street, Memphis. JOSEPH FLANNEBI. PRACTICAL PLUMBER, lias and Steam Pipe Fitter, 63 JefferBOn St., MEMPHIS, ; : TENN. keeps constantlt on hand a well I DLUAUl Eil Dlvta VA7 invu 1 AND BRASS LIFT AND FORPS! PUMPS. 1M First National IVank OF MEMPHIS. DIIlKCTOHHi W. A. WTJf. F. H. DAVIS. W. W. YOC5TG. W.W.THATCIIEB Of Young Bros.: Of Brown Junes i J.W. JEFFEBNOX.BE.V. EIS.WA9T, Or J. w. Jefferson a. Va. ! Ol nice, btix X to. ; HEWTOJT FORD, of Newton Ford A Co. s C. F.-H.1UTII, A. P. BI KDITT,. C. P. KORRIS, i. II. TO.H EXT. F. S. AVIS,7"- President. C. P. KOKRIR. Tloc-Prrs't. Si s - e 0 a - 5 8h a a a as . H S i 05 E aid 5 8 5 a ! .1 5 " SS5 CHAREEST03I COTTO.H PBES8. WTZ ARB NOW PRKPARED TO COM Y preaa Cotu.n. day and night, at oar hew Praes, northwest corner Memphis and Charles ton d.pot- Kntranca on A'tams atreet, and through the depot g-ounds. Wa have abund . tk.rhtr ritin Potion rbed for I aivara to elaaa their Cotton and make up their l.a...ireol.b.rgWAtrlMlr ft Orrtrg, No 7 Front ". M vtnphi.. Jannarv I HI ' ivotici: : TO OrHLEM II OILS. PAIHTS, VARHISHES, ETC. T IT A V POLO TOT. ss.JT.-KES THE EX 1 rlaiiva right ia Meirrhi. Tmn.. to aaaou fMMar a aad II r. CA S for ebippiyg ItisrawniiMnded by the Board of tndarwri tara, atf bu Loaia, ae THE SIT PErETT PACKASJE lor are .Pi.Nl. 0 w hAsm CZ fiaa W goc ca tn Lli-H (5jL JIWJl S a III j Si h 1 rt 5 i CHURN DASHERS. CHURN DASHER. RETAIL PRICE EVERYWHERE, $3 001 PRINCIPAL DEPOT FOR TTTE BOTJTII I ... iii.iu for " Pinlav'a Churn Uatner. at the popular CUINA 11ALL of EASTLAND, LLOYD & GILBERT, Jio. 331 Main Street. MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE, And for sals by Af ents Everywhere. AGENTS WANTKJJ IN EVERY COUNTY IN THE UNITED 6TATE3. J. A. CAMERON & CO. AGKNTH WANTED In everv county In the Fnltod PUtee for ths FINLKY CHURN DABHKR. tiberal induce ments to so live aad reliable men. J. A. UAjnsriuix m uu., S21 Main atreet. Memphis, Tenn., Agents for the United btates. Kfnsilann. flibHOil. Drer. Obion, Henry snd Hardeman counties, Tenn. i l-ii 1 T ..... - D.nt.liui .nil Vain. ana msreavii, u.iwnwt v.w.w - - burha oonntiea, Mi.. are open to ageney tor the FINLBY CHURN DASllER. Apply Im mediately to J. A. CAMERON A CO. Col. W. Underwood, The popular candidate for municipal honors, aavs nutter is made at bis house in less than fiveV)! minutes with the FINLKY DASnER. W.TJ. W ALDRAN, Ksq., Secretary and Irea surer Memphis and T.ittle Book railroad, nses the FINLEY DASHER. Ask him it " he eaa now sfford to do without itt Dr. J. Y. CUM- M1NUS says butter ta obtained si nis nnuse in from three to five minutes witn the riiNiiB.1 DASU Kit. uo ana geionoaumr u jruura.ii. rriee, J w. casn. , AM . 821 Main street Tonng Men, Who eaanot make money at clerking, cah, with a little effort and a little capital, make money, anrelyand rapidly, by sale ef the FIN LBV CHURN DASHER. Come and see us, and we will convinee you. . J. A. LAIIlEinUJ op W. Agents for tbe United State. GesToae Of the FINLEY CHURN DASHERS and try it; if not fully uo to representation, return it and get your Three Dollars. t ' Everrbody Knows The genial "Charlie" Morris. He says ths rlLux UliUn u Aon iviv neuia ovoryiniua in Arkansas. John M. Woodeon, of German town, ia astonishing and delighting the good . 1 C Ul. H.t.lilin.linnil .in t V. . nouaeKeepera vi ui. u""".1'1" uuwu ",VM. marvelous work of the DASHER. Can't please your wite sna oaugniera oeuer man oy buuiiib a DASHER to your bouseholi inventory. Only $3 00. Agents wanted everawbere j. a. VAmrinun at vv. E. W. 5aldwell, Shelby depot, says no hnnsek-epor ou.ht to be without a FINLKY CHURN DASHER, and no one oertainlv will after one trial, for the trifling sum of $ 00. Ask Dr. Henry Dickery, Dr. Love and General J. C. N. Robertaon, ol Hernando, what they would take for their FINLEY DASUKRS if theyeould not get an other. Perhaps they would surprise you with their answers. Retailed everywhere at $3 (IV. More agents wanted. Elizht Ifnndred and Seven (907) FINLEY CHURN DASHERS sold in one week all guaranttea. ana not ono yoi re turned. " Old fogiea." don't wait for fear that you may possibly h humbugged. No " Yan kee humbug." If it does not perform all -re promise for it, come and get ur money again. J. A. CAiUc.KOPI A CU. " Western Reserve " aj n.A.n I' tnnamrmara find rlfiirTTTirMl pronounce the FINLEY CHURN DASHER tbe near oourBing iinpiminui wu- yourae t, ana you will do iuiit convinuru. n ta 1 at $3 00. J. A. CAMERON A CO. 2000 Finlcy Clmrn Dashers To arrive next week. Agents can be profitably employed, uur agenta are an mnaiug muucjr, You ean do the same, if you I will try. 1. A. CAMERON A CO. Gen. II. E. Lee, Of Virginia, has FINLEY DASIIFR. Col. Nath. Adams, Stanton depot, usos a FINLKY DASHER, t ol. J. J. Fackler, of Huntsville, Ala., nses a FINLKY DAWUER. U. v. wm chell, of Cincinnati, says nothinarequal to the niuiflt. Mra. A. D. Smith, of Rochester. N. Y., nses one of the DASHERS. Col. II K. Strong, Dion, III., pronounces the DAoIIER a success. Dr. J. M.Owen, of Russelville, Ky., says it can't be boat. The venerable editor of the Jackson Whit, W. W. Gates, does not hesitate to reoommend the DASH ER in highest terms. And so will any other individual who will TSV IT. Retail price, 13 00. Exolmive agencies and good terms to the right sort of men with a small capital. Call upon, or write to. J. A. CAM KRON A CO.. 321 Main street. Exactly the Right Sort Of men can get moat favorable agencies for Massachusetts. Pennsylvania. Michigan. Wis consin, Iowa, Missouri, Texas, Louisiana, Vir ginia, Maryland and California. Exoluaive oounty agencies in almost overy State in the Union.' Hood business pluok and peraeve rance, with a hundred or more dollars rash capital, will make mobs mossv with one or more good counties in sale ol the FINLEY CHURN DASllER than many " over-aha.iow-ing estabii'hinenta'' with their thousands of capital. If yon don't understand thia declara tion, call and be convinced. ' J. A. CAMERON CO. Ask Rev. W. C. Johnnon, Of the rrtta Advoeat', Col. F. Whitraore, of the PeaLio Lsookbi Dr. R. H. Rivera, nf the Somcmlle Female Col'ega; Dr. M. . Phillips, of the Southern farmer; for their opinion of the FINLKY CHURN DASHER, and you will soon own one. Fathers and Sons Who have toiled all the year long for the "vo ter" and the tax-gather, ran, wiib Lass nana, with aoas rLSisrsi. and mth eeah capital to the value of one good mole, drive a lucrative busiaew, without rent, insurance, burglar stfes, acceptances, indorsements or open aocountLhv calling npon the AsenU ef the FINLEY CalKN DASHER.&l Main strret. Memphis. 1. A. CAMERON A CO. MaJ. IT. 1. Bnlkley Uses one of the FINLKY DASHERS: so do Cant. 11. H. Potter, CarU Joa. Lenow, Jndga Atvh'd Wright, Maj. M. J. Wirks. NewU.n Ford, Eq.,B. B. Barnea, tl. A. Mont gomery, Kaq.. l'r. A. burleaon, Morris L. We- b. Fan., and buadreda o' other. They are sold at H reta.1, cash, aad guaru'eed- J. A. CAMtlluii A CO. A Cash Remittance of5J, Or as order "C. O. D."by Fxprees, will rhtaln cna of tee FISLEY CHUN DASUfks, ahipped te any part of tbe I nit.i States. Send for Cirealar, with three ent a'airp. J. A CAM EK-iN M CO., tSZMeia aueet Munpbis. I My; t .;' I kh u r ' il.il- K 1 ' J GOOD WORK-CASH PRICES I runrtnalitj ncforc AH Tlilnps! WHITM0RE & 00., .'Proprietors of ' THE PUBLIO LEDGER JOB PRINTING HOUSE No. 13 Madison Street! H AVINQ NOW IN FULL AND C0M- plete operation the Book and Job DeDartments of this KXTKN8IVE ESTABLISHMENT, we take this mode of calling the attention of onr patrons and friends, and tha publio gene rally, to our NEW Steam' Arrangements. This office ii now ths JL, A. H G 13" 8 T i And Mont Appoinlfd IN THE SOUTHWEST, And fully equal to any In th Fast as regards Its facilities for executing Printing ofevery variety and in any color. All Kinds or Work Executed, Either In Plain or Ornamental Type, Plain Black, Colored Inks, GOLD LEA? 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 OABJJH 1HD BALI. TICKETS, Illuminated with fie latest ornamental and ball room soenes. CONSTITUTIONS , Printed In elegant style. Oar large assortment of type for SHOW BILLS AND POSTERS Is not ezoeUed in tha United States. LARGE PICTORIALS ; i Can be as readily and cheaply done at this office as they are in tbe Katt, and in as HAND SO Bin: 8TYLK. We have in onr offioe tha Largest Size Presses Now in use, together with STJCAM JOIIIJEBS, . Which anables us to print . CARDS AND BILLHEADS WITH GREAT CELERITY." We have a SPLENBID ASSORTMENT of small Plain and Fancy Jeb Letters, suitabfe for FINE AV O Itli. Business Cards and Circulars In the Best Style, with suitable engrav ings representing business. D I P L O M A 8 , For Schools aad Colleges, Print Equal, to Copperplaa. Parti color attention given to llllllarj and Railroad rrlnUne. IILAMC nOOHH, With prlatad baads.Wther with evory kind ef Plaia sad Faicj Work, dose with auapaich. INSURANCE. INSURANCE COMPANY, HAHTrOBD, CONW. INCOllI'OIt ATICIJ l,n. ASSETS. JULY L Is. Cash on hand, In b'k and with United Stataa Slock. Real b'stata, unineumbared.... ag'ta 2Vr.0 Of - . 812.177 2S WI,.V.( 06 mmm v.n,.) w nrt lata Marti... New York flank Ktooks..., IliLTtlrr.1 Hank htnka m,mo oo 273,Ui7 M Miscollaneuua Bank Stocks. Railroad AUnrka. ftn MortiiMie Bonds, City, County aad Mmi UVWmhimhum l.mi.iM m Total., -$1,075,830 60 LIABILITIES. TiABM II Tl A I II I Aft '1 nA, Jn. . M, Net...-. .....-. S.R'U VJ on Ineome for last year net.. iwu.ni M A daily income of aay....... ,;) (O Tai paid, Oovernment and State.- I79.17R 84 4 . vomvm lu .1 jfnu...MMMw.l-T,ljf 1111 Iff) By Fire..........M.....,M..-j7i2w,(n) 09 Inland..... . i.ks4.io at Loss by Portland Fire, July 4th I TIE total amaunt eovered by the AStna Poll. liflfi.HM, on which aalvaga will be about live par cent. Our total loaa will not vary much from f fKl.fKm, and was promptly adjusted and paid. This sum is five per sent, upon the Com pany's assets, a figure but slightly exceeding eur Government and State tains paid last year, or a proportion eoual to a 1 6,000 loss for acorn- pan y ei assets. Tbe necessity for insurance and the vnlue ei wealthy, strong s)rirations is forcibly il lustrated by this fire. Several weak insuranoa eompanlet are destroyed. Portland has a population of 35,001) was handsomely built, mostly fine brick or atone struct urea protected and screened with upward of 3,090 shade tree bounded on three sides by water indeed, literally, almost rising from tbe oceanand with a steam fire department yet it has s510, OOO.OIXf of property oonsumed in a few boura upon a holiday when its people are least occu pied from tbe very inaignifiaant cause of a contemptible firecracker. Remember the trifling origin of fires that sweep away in a few hours the earnings e' years. Consider your beat interest and give the jKtna Agent a call if you need proper insur ance security. Pay a fair rate ef premium for a good and genuine article, and with these lights and experiences before you, prooure your insuranoe with shrewd judgment. Applications for insurance promptly attended to by II. A. LITTLKTON CO.. Ag'ta. No. 22 Madison atreet. INSURE Lindsey & Vredenburgh, Agents for the following first-dui companies t Home Insurance Company, of New York.' Capital. 83,765.503. Security Insurance Comp'y of New York. Capital, . - - 81.003,700. Enterprise Insurance Company, Of Cincinnati. Capital. I I I Sjl.OOO.OOO: PARTIES DESIRING INSURANCE. Ei ther Fire. Murine er Hull, would do well to call upon , LIHD3ET & VEtEDENBUKaH Bafore atTicting insuranoe elsewher. No. 11 IaIljon .Street, LE E A CAD 12 M It . . ON MONDAY, FEBRUARY TFIIRT, WK shall rraanise the Form" for the Spring Session. French in Prof. VILLEUULIN'S Classes without charge. m M. A. K. MOTtQ AN. Principal. PEOPLES' Bank of Tennessee. MEMPHIS, XO. 12 MADISON STREET. F. W. SMITH, Prealdent. P. A. Slir.PHrRD. rwahler. B-S7 D. lirED. C. . WIL80. HEED at TTILSOX, REAL ESTATE, RENTAL AND GESECAL EUSISESS AGENT?, Odd llow' IIa.ll, k'EMPBIS, TENEPSEE. s VI-H w. hsssick. go. ncxsTT, JS-. HESSICK a PICKETT, ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW, OPFICKi He. S17 tecenl street, near car. SToiraa, U MEMPHIS, TENN.