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I'liJlHIC'liEDGEK.
Olllco. Mo. IS Madlaua Hlraat.
I, K lt KST "( ITT ;IB(TL4T10N.
THI KOTAL CATALCAD1.
it ritL bitbbi.
Spring la coining. Boring Is eonilng.
Bromb In. area of Pleasant
V j 1 h ill harps of ll her immlrela
Tuned to wabl forU ber praise,
In her roT er of Pleasure,
prawo by nimble-footed Hours,
With aryal guard of B unbnf .
Aud a host of wuiie-pluaed Flower.
From thebu-y Court of Nature
Rides toe tir young Wl
O'er h. roed of W' US'
Leading down to bummer Uale.
Breve oU Mwhr!d Pwadly forr4'
With ber faer.M. '"d.liI17"
He will l e"t her standard arm J
Lid' MT end Lady April
iyher AlsjeJtyreoline.
' L.,iAr.rTs',e Is tearful,
Bui her li. will part with i laughter
Kro shs ridot another mil.
Lady MV Is blushing deeply.
As she flu her roy gloves I
fjh is dreaming of In meeltng
With her waiting Poe.-loves.
Over meadow, hill nd valley.
Winds the Royal Cavaloade. ,
And. behind, green leaves are springing
Id the tracgi thenar wheels made.
And her Mi.Je.ty rides slowly
Through the humble State of Qrasg
Speaking kinJIv to the piuwill
As they crowd to M bor pas.
In (he eirners f the feno
Hiilelhe lit'le Daisy-sides.
. P, .pine shyly throuth tho baiboi,
l ull of ohiidUh, glad surprise ;
And her gentle Maldi of Uonor,
Modest Violet., are seen
In their gala dresses waUlus.
By the roadside, for their Queen.
Br her own orient lliht pf Beauty
Doe. she tr.rel through tho day i
: Ar.d at niirht her Glow-worm Footmen
With their lanterns f uida the way.
Sbs is coming, nearer ! nearer !
li -rk tho ound of ohanot wheeli I
Fly t' weioome her yout. f minstrel,
Biog tho jny your epirit fool.
Probable Failure of Impeachment.
The following wail of aof,uih comei
from the Chicago Tribunt of the Cth of
May .... r.
The unwelcome intelligence comes from
Washington that Johnson may not be
convicted itnd remo-ed. It ii asserted
that Mr. Fessenden has publicly an
nounced that he is preparing an ariu
nient showing why the acting President
should be acquitted upon the first ar
ticles; he regarding the other Republi
can Senators who, it is alleged, agree
withMr. Fessenden, arid who will vote
against a conviction. There are enough
of these Republican Senators, it ii feared,
with the Democrats, to prevent con-ic-
Our private diipatches from Washing
ton for several days have been painting
to the same uutoward result, and, though
there is no-positive knowledge as to the
' Totes of the Senators whose names are
' S3 freely used, yet the probabilities are
that in case two or three Republican
Senators of ability and high standing op
pose conviction, others of smaller cali
ber will shelter themselves behiod these,
and, bv their votes, acquit Andrew John
son. It only requires seven Republicans
votinz with the Copperheads to defeat
impea huient.
It is further stated in the dispatches
end private letters that prejudice against
Wade, who would become Johnson s
successor, has very much to do with the
disinclination to convict. Fessenden is
known to bitterly dislike Wade. If it
were not known what Senator was to
' become Johnson's successor, there would
be little doubt of the conviction of John-
'The special friends of Mr. Wade have
been hasty in disposing of the future
Three months ago Mr. Wad was a Sen
ator whose successor, Mr. Thormau, had
been elected, and who had but an unex
pired session to linger on the public
stage. The moment impeachment be
came a fact, his importance grew apace.
He was President in the future. His
friends determined that the Chicago
Convention should nominate him for the
Vice-Presidency.
This ring, in its zeal, has not had the
decency to wait until Wade was Presi
dent before they have selected from their
own number a Secretary of the Treasury
in tbn new Cabinet, under whose auspices
the Republican party will be converted
into a mere manufacturers' association
to plunder the public.
But there has been another piece of
mischief going on, in addition to these
schemes, which has done much barm.
We refer to the conspiracy to increase
the tariff tar on, the consumers of im
ports. Wade is believed to be the "head
center" of the movement
If impeachment shall fail, and the
great criminal escape ejectment from
the White House, the country may thank
the office-bunting "friends" of Wade
who had parceled out his patronage, and
that Eastern ring who bad whetted their
teeth for a deeper bite into the Seta of
the rionrile.
LEDDIN'S
1 Hi)1 '
No. S38 Main Street.
Opea the ewttr Tear (or the reep-
tioa ! Hiooeauj.
rrl!K rnr-PSE OF RTIJDY IS EXTENDED,
1 thoriwuh and practical, .ffor.lint uprior
l.ciiiue. lur ooiaiDinf a touna uu.mew trun
cation. The mfiet thnrouth inrtrnetieu will bo Kirea
In Cnaiinercml nd hichanre calculation.
Alenlai and Practical Arithmetic
Tho PentniTuhip Department of tho Collet
is open from B to iz a.m., ana 2 to o p.m.
Hr A separate Department for Ladies.
(W T. A. 1.FWIH, Principal.
TI1K OXFOKD FALCOX,
HA3I. 3X. THOMPSON,
At 92 5 r Annans,
OFFER'' GREAT ADVANTAGES AS AN
Advertising Melium.
-The tte rniverty. TT. R. Court and
H irh Court of Krror. aad Appeals are located
at I't'i'd. M'
Dissolution of Copartnership.
rt-HK COPAT.TXTRcHIP RERKTOF0RK
I ........ .-.a the atdinin!. eaier
Br- ..f I., ri' HC1 A CO.. expired Aril 1st by
l,.,i'aH'-". -Mr. 1. Valline re-irjot frr.wj tke
ee.
BiH'tiw
1. k w no is b'om rttbonted te a4..n
t. eB..r.rf . e d ra. be ais ail iuj
VI vm www mi.
a.eis aad liabin".
u Roorr.
B. VALLI50.
a
II !
1111 lJ
1 I ,IB,Mr'r." 1 COMMISSION. 1 SEEDSMEN. I ffligC.
i ' iKuai QMbbo i . : - i
Truoitee'a
,r VIRTUB OK"A"DBKn OP THl'BT
liaadeto meaitruilee, ' 'h '
1'.. " A. D. IHO. by 1'b.rlo. pUnnen-tieh .
in.fwb.lrh la duly reilred in Ih. Stslrtii t
to Crlr. Indeb. ,!...- therein
Kw I .hall, oa Tuwday.l'lh day or Jubo,
ISrOT f.nMn4.il..rt5 "ho hi.b..t blddrr tor
0.1. the follo.irt real. e.'ate ami bulldinti
Slriun. dewribed In .aid Tru.t Dei a. f..l
ow.Ti e.innii.t at the norih.a.1 noruor o a
oV formerly known as tl-orte
th.nce euiasruiy who - : h T H
eitht (W r.et to IH lntereli..n with l iird
Itreot thenoo .outhw.rdly with Third .Ireet
on" hundred and forty-.ithl tt J ''f.'""
to en .lloyi tbenee wo.twar.lly with raid Blley
one our.dre.i aoo wi, .."
to anolber alien 'nenre ,""",1uw.;',Vl--'"''j
rix leet t the euuth boundary line or the t.id
Cromwell i lot! tnncwr..w-
boundary line nineir "".".v rr. . .
Joulheaetonrnw or the said Cromwell t lot
theno. northwanlly with iho ewt boundury
lino of tho ld Cromwell's let one hundred
and twelve feetand .ii inches to the betinnint.
ZnrfhaintDattoflotNo. S7I, at described on
rhe ert Pl.n of loU of the ol.y of Meuj
l.hii. The ogniiy of redemption I. wa ved;
1 x mt.n.- I anil nnlv
Trustoo'a Male.
1T VIHTUK OF A DFFD OP TRUST. EX
I ju.mm.1 in mean Ihe 2lh day of September,
Ii7. by C. Pfanneniliebl (and duly retietered
i. u. ii.i.iar'i nfiiMnf Khelbe eountv. len-
nenee. In Book No. 6i, Dates 214. 2iS and !t".)
o aeeure certain inueuieanei. meisiu .psciu.u,
will, on
Mendar. Ih lath Day of May, 1H6H,
at tho northweiit oornorof Main and Madiaoa
treets. in the eity nf Memphis, bet wee a the
hour. 12 and 2 o'clock, proceed to l at publio
.Hion, for ah. to the hithett bidder, th
following de. ribed land, to-witi One traot-of
one bunured and flliy suven acre., and bound
ed a lullow. i Metinnint t tho nnrtheaat oor
ner of the Weakley and MoLemore trant fir
14M acres. In the Mb Civil District of hhelby
count. (urvy 431.) runnlnt thence north i
teen 50-100(16 60 lODohain. to a stake, with
u:k .,nuinH . thence aaaI MvanLrtVO 2IIM
(72 25-1'i'H chains toalanre red oak on the north
bank dT Wolf riven thence with the meanders
of id river westwanuy loioe dbkh mm ; oou
.i,.....n tt'nlf river, with it. mean
der., to Weakley and MoLemore e.t boundary
line : thence north to the ..id northeast corner
of Weakley and McLemore trant, containint
W .ere., more or lew. Aleo the following de-
Mribed tract or parcel oi ... u, T. ....
and beint in the county of Shelby, and Mate nf
lennenice, in mi mo viii u.m
rnnA.. n.inninv at a lar.e red oak on
the north side of Wolf river and runnlnt (hence
north thirteen 25-100(13 24-100 ohaini. on Yate
line, with turn poimers ; thence eaat twenty
nine ViV) chain., to Wolf riven thence with the
meanders of said river down stream to the be
tinnint. containint SO acres, more or let",
beint part of a tract of 350 seres, formerly
known as tne Anaoreon iracv. vn
i lAntheMt eorner of llroi
KIIUUHIR " " , i . i
Banderlin's M acre entry at a tUke. which
tands at 67 we.U 9 links from a willow oak
marked K I tnence eai, wiiu u
eromint Wolf river, art chain, and 20 links, to a
take; thence south 4 chain, and 23 i links, Jo
the northewt corner of entrv No. 244 lor 69
acres, in tho mme of Littleton Ilendoreon:
thence went, with hi. line and the line of entry
No. Wi. 30 chains and SO links, to a sweet iuib
marked V'L N,"ob the northwest corner of
entry No. 1SS2 for 244 aces; thence north
chains aad M links, to a stakein the south lino
of J. Mclrvin'e 210 acre survey; thence eat,
with his line, 4 chains and 70 links, to his south
east corner; thence south I chains and 73 links,
to the betinnint, beint in rante 8, section 2, on
the waters of Well river, ana enwreu uj
ton A. Keer, oontainint H acres, more or leis.
ii.a . M.Bin nth.e tract in Khelbv oounty.
Tennessee, in the strip lyint between the old
and new State lines of Tennessee, containint
159 acres, and known as tho northwest quarter
of se-tion (7. , , , ,
The ritht of redemption Is expressly waived,
and the title is believed to be good, but I con
fer only as Trustee.
48
J. J. MTJRPHT. Trn'tee.
Trustee's hale.
t-v vnun of a vvy.d or trust,
I executed to roe on thn 11th day of January,
!867,by J. A. Wrlsht. J. U. Muse and T. J.
Probate Clerk of Tishomingo county, JJimj;-
Joon a. U:I. .afoearn is harahf mlrla. FmF
tVim TiiimAiii nf DAT in k certain notej therein
ipecifiei, I will,
On TfcartMlny, 28lh Day oi My, I
in front Ol TOO tuna cpr.u. uw,, ,u -"
of Iuka. Tiihomiiito county. Mississippi, pro
ceed to gen to me nisnesi. oiuuer. ...r ru. tw
fol'owint described property, to-wit : An equal
and parcels of lund situate, lyint and being in
tnecounivoi iirnomicgo nu cum u.
ippi, and described as lota 8, 8, 13 and 30 as
laiil down in the plan of Iuka, in S3ii coanty.
embracing the Iuka bpnnts Hotel, hoidi,
eto.; also, the southeast quarter of bection 23
ana i a?re. oi iue .ouiu ,uu ui .uu.uni-.
uarterof the northeast quarter of section 23,
, - . i -C in T1. itla hA.
ail in town.uip ui i.uio , .......
lieved ta be too i, bat I seU and convey only as
Trustee, xnis Apni f, iw.
. w ar T-t ae-TTVnn ST a a
he Singer Mannfactarlng Co.'s
' WORLD-RENOWNED
Patent Ntrnight Xeedlc, Perpendlea-
lur Action
Scwii.jr Machines.
THE 8FPKRT0R MERITS Or TH K bl
HER" MAOHIN'K.3 over all others, for
either FAMILY USK OR MANCFACTU-
RIN( I'ljKrUMSS. are so wen eeiauuaucu
and" se tenerally admitted, that an enumera
tion ef their relative excellencies is no longer
considered necessery. x
W e urte every person in quesi oi romu,
v..ki.. h. .1 n..n.ni to examine and test, if
they ean posibly do so, all the leading rivil
Machines before maklnt a purchaee. A selec-
:.. m .k&M k. m,. nnf.r.tnrt(linfflv.
We have established n office for the sals of
our machines; also, hk ito vn our own
make), cotton and linen thread of a superior
quality, at
SiTS Main Mtrcet,
where thev will be cheerfully exhibited, and
N. B. AH the machines manufactured by
this company make the famous Lock Stitch,
the only rtitch which i universally approved,
or is at all adapted for first-class work.
f Circulare ana price lists sent oy man, on
receint of addre...
I ne? aisiBjer jiuiniuiiriunu. "
78 27SMBin street. Alemihis.
A-Uvertliso In tlio
WHITE COUNTY ISECOKU,
SEARCY, ABE.
T HAS A GOOD CIRCULATION IN ALL
. the mountain oounties, ana is me
Only Kcwapaprr In the Little River
v a.i7
TV. vvennr. I- h. J I, all lit. m.Mn.nli
tn wnite, an nuren, vonway, jirara ana
NAtrcT eonnnee; no dt manv in n ooaruu.
rraine. Jacason ana inaenennence. via res.
otend 8ercy, Ark,
THE PANOLA WEEKLY STAB
IS PUBLISHED
ETery Saturday Morning,
AT PANOLA. MISSISSIPPI.
t Ten CTm-rT.ATES IN A DISTRICT Or
J count -r entirely tributary to Idemphis,
niaaint it one of tbo most
alaaale Aftvertlalnar Medianaa
offered to the Merchants of ytnphl. Pannla
county is one of the fine.t agricultural counties
of the houth. beei-1. betnr one of the meet
popu oui. Trai.i run twice daily between this
coanty and Memphi,. AJverti-er. will find
ounet-m. vsai uw,
Atdreu " PANOLA STAB."
12 . P.n.li. !
Dissolution of Copartr.crslilp.
rpni FIRM OF TAYLOR. OAT A HfT-
a i.A i " mu'umur ai.o red on u 1;th
lnet. b the wiirdnw ef U'm. it... R J
T.rlor and W. C. Rutland villrrir.l ...Oi.
buinM an'ler the name and .trie of IAV 1.01
A hi' t LAN I), who areaioae aathorid to r
ee'il ft ail amount., etc due U.a aatd ana,
aad aasuaae ail aai-'ii'ie.
TAT LOB A RCTLANP.
Mtmpliia, April Ul.' (1
INSURANCE COMPANY,
O F F I C K I
1 Madleon Nlreet, neuipnla', Tena.
CAPITAL HTtyK, ait MOO.000.
etesannnna
Take Fire, Marine & Klvcr Risks
DIRCTORII
W.B. GREENLAW, JAMES ELDER,
C. W. GOYKR. N. 8. BRUCK.
JNO.wVKRTON. Jb.. W. M. FARRINQT0N
El'QENK MAGEVKNUy.
OFFICERHl
W. B. GREENLAW, President.
JAMES ELDER Vlco President.
8. P. READ Seoretary.
It, lZ 3IOYA 1 .
1m K AGENCY OF THE TRAVELERS'
Life and Accident Innuranee Company has
removal from No. 1 M'li'on "troi't te the
otliseofthoOLD P1ICENIX FIKE. All kind,
of Accident and Life Policies issued by this
pioneer company. , , .
11. P. MJTLr.K, Its A tent, has It so arranted
that parties may cot Accident Insurance in this
Company at all of the principal Insurance OK.
eesin thicity. -
SOUTllXICX
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
17 Madison St., Memphis.
INSURES LIVES ASB Aiuus 3
ravs losses promptly. Its principal business
Is with Southern States, and to them it appeals
for patronage. It has ample means to fully
protect policy-holders and pay all los es.
Ket Aeet,Feb. 1. IsuS, '256,917 81
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
8. IT. Dt Bt .V&ISK. F. M. WHITF,
J. WE1.LK H. WM. A. flWTS.
C. C. SPKNUKK. rt. u. nrjin rtiiai,
iMdR WfinnilllFF. C. P.N0RRIS.
L.HOWES. N. B. FORREST,
SAM. TATK. r. a. wa y kv
C. W.FRAZER. T. A.NELSON.
OFFICERS I
F. M. WHITE, Actlno; Prendnt.
BEN. MAY. 8.cretiry
Gen. H. B. F0RRE6J, Gsn'lTrBvsliBg Ag't.
li. li. 1IA1LI1,
General Atent for West Tennessee and North
!ilipr.'.
MEDICAL.
DEAFNESS, CATARRH,
CONSUMPTION,
AHD
Cancer Cured I
A TREATISK ON DEAFNESS, CA-
j tarrn, Consumption ana vancer: loair
causes, means oi speedy relief, ana ultimate
cure. By a Pupil of the Academy of Medi
cine, fans, cent to any aiu'ew -or i mi.
Letter from Kou ilo.Muruy, u.u., uu. v..
Grand Prelate of Grand Encampment of U. 6.,
and Editor of tho Notional Frrematnn t
Ntw Yoat, September 17, 1907. Dr. Stilwell
was in chart e of tirace Church Hospital, Alex
andria, Va durinx the war. I frequently, al
most daily, for months, visited this Hospital,
and had every means of knowine his reputa
tion forsvvintincv nd stin. It was of the
nost creditable character, and nis suocess in
the treatment of patients was remarkable.
0 IlllOI. JlV.TIU.I'..
ORGANIC VinRATOK.
noect nin(r aoiees t' A aa, and enables
deaf persons to hear distinctly at church and
publio assemblies. This instrument will often
produce result aimoai miracuiuu., nuu iuuctk
in most cases of Ion it standint deafness, it will
relieve in a short time. It may bo adjusted
with the ease of spectacles. ..-,.
Dr. Stilwell will be profesional!y at 31 East
Washinnton laco. University Build.nts, N.
Y., daily, 10 to 4, except Tuesdays, when he
will be at his rooms, 1042 Pine street, Phila
delphia. Pa. 96-1 '
BO
s c f
0)
TT 18 AN UNFAILING REMEDY IN ALL
I cum. of Neuraliria Facialis, often edectint a
perfect cure in less than twenty-four hours,
from the use of no more than two ot thru
riLLt.
Wo ntber form of Nenraleia or Nervous Dis
ease has failed to yield to this wonderful reme
dial agent.
W.n tn th.vriMt cuiMnf chronic Xenral-
fria and teneral nervous dotantements, of
many years standine, attecunt tne enure ay
tem, its use for a few days, or a few weeks at
the utmost, always affords the most astontshini
relief, and very rarely fails to produce a com
plete ana permanent cure.
Tt contain, no drop, or other materials in the
tlithtest derrea injurious even to the BOit
delicate sy-tem, and can always be used will
rxartcT satxtt.
Tt tit. lone Keen in eonftrnt use 1.V many f.f
oar most eminent rnyFifians. wno rire it i.bo
unanimous and unqualified approval.
fi.nl hv m.11 on recount rf rtrice and OOStacrO.
SI 1 1 I ftA Tl.... .
I TIB I.KT" ,..-...--. I ivumirwuM
nil .:airp. ,n'.
Twelve packages, 9 00.
21
It Is sold by all wholesale and retail dealers
tn brut, and Medicine throughout tho Unite!
(states, and oy
Tl'EXER & CO., Sole Proprietors,
120 Tremont ttrtet, Botton, Mat.
Sold by 0. W. JONES. Atents. No. 257
Halo street, Memphis, Tenn. .
K." Bn
THE SOMEBYILLE FALCON,
TS THE ONLY PAPER PUBLISHED IN
A
the Wealthy aad Populous county ef Fayette,
It circulate, widely in Fayette and adjoinint
counties, and is read by that elas of persons
who deal larrely, and almoit exclusively, with
Memphis miklpt it a desirable advertiainf
meJiuin f r those wishiot trade from that to
liom. 8. . et J. A- ftPARKM,
ed-1"i Pre-rieor.
utrnEX iaii.v.
Tusst Inn oT tli IVat'O,
F. II. f OWIalOVl .
AB
CommfHaloncrofDectU,
Odel rellawe' Ballalws;.
O. C. DAVIS. D'tety CoosUble, will bo
total at ta. above omce.
WW
g 2 S !
Etf . 1 1 1
fffll
O. II. i-AKiu:it,
COTTON DUOKEIl AM) BUYER,
EXCLUSIVELY ON 0BDERS,
Kt, 13 MadlsoB sitrcel (np .nlr,
Pt'BLTO t.vndirR Ttl'II.MNrt. M
WI HAVE TAKEN TUB 6T0RR FOR.
merly oooiipied bv Foster. wM A Co.,
SIM Front street, where wo will b ln to soe
our friend' an.l cnt..njee,.
V EDMONDS, FtTTIOREW CO.
11'. H. IlOXni-D WAIlKHOlaE.
EDMONDS, PETTIGREW & CO.,
TOBACCO COIIIIISSIOX MERCnTS,
306 FItOXT STREET,
MEMPHIS, - - TENNESSEE.
31
To Cash IJuycrs!
1 1 1
It. S. TAYLOR at CO.,
GROCERS AND CISSIOfl MERCHANTS,
No. 378 Front Street,
MEMPnrS. til! TENNESSEE.
WE IIAVE INST0RE. AND WILL KEEP
ennstantly on hand, a larta and well so-
leciea siock ui - ,
Floor, Corn Meal, Baeoss, Mew Pork,
iMrd, Hagmr, I'ofTe, Molasaea,
Whink j. Soap and Candle.
WE BUY ITOIl CASH!
Our resident partner In St Louis tives us fa
cilities for buyint which enable us to se'd as
low, if not lower, than ny bouse in the South
west. CASH BUYERS will find itto their in
terest to tet our prices before buying elsewhere,
or ordering from other markets.
Wo are the agents for the Laflin Powder
fompBny' celebrated Premium Powder, and
M. Bonaonor t boap ana canines.
, . R. S.TAYLOR A CO..
ZB 278 Frontstreet, Memi-hl", Tenn.
DR. JA8. If. TOWNKS,
HTJOH TORRANCE,
Coffeevilln. Miss.
Grenada, Miss.
TOWNES d TOBBAXCE, ,
Cotton Factors
AND GENERAL I
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 206 Front Street,
UP STAIRS, BET. WASHINGTON AND ADAMS'
MEMPHIS, TENN.
Consignments of all PLANTATION
SUPPLLIE3 solicited. Much of the COTTON
received by us is very fine.
vr lY-o-i
DR. RUSSELL.' .
PB1TATE MEDICAL DISPEXSABT.
(EslabllHhed In
TITE OXLT RELIABLE PLACE
FOR THE CURE OF
Private Disease.
DR. RUSSELL, Nog. 40 AND 43 N0R7 II
Court street.north nide Court Square, Ms. m
phis, Tennessoe. is acknowledged by all par
ties interested, us by far tho
MOST BrCCEMNFCL PIIYNIC'I.LX
in the treatment of Private or Secret Dis
eases. Quick, thorough and permanent, cures
guaranteed in every cane, male or f entile.
Keront caes of GONORRHEA and B l'PHI
1,13 cured in a few Hays, without th.i use ef
Mercury, chnngi of diet, or himlrnn -e from
buine8S. SbOONDARY SYPHIL'lS-tho
last vestige eradicated without the use of Mer
cury. Involuntary Loss of emen at opped in
a short time, hufferers from Imrn.teney or
Losj of Sexual Power restored to frsje vigor in
a few weeks. Gleet or Gonorrhea of long stand
ing, when all internal remedies 'ns.ve failed,
permanently and speedily cured by a new
treatment.
Victims of SELF-ABUSH Vnrl excessive
Venery, suffering from SPERM AT0KR1I K A
and loss of i'bysical and Mental Power, speed
ily and permanently eured.
" All consultations strictly confidential.
Chronic Hheummism, Neuralgia, Gout, Par
alysis, Drained, etc., treated by the aid of
Electro Magnetic Kattery.
For sale, KUsSELL'8 VEfVEREAL PRE
VENTIVK. Orrtct Uocrs From 9 a.m. to I T.u., and
frm 8 p.m. to H p. if.
Hays Coal Company.
11 (Successor! to BRIGC.S A PETERSON.)
Wholesale and Retail
Dealers In Best nttsburg Coal,
From the Hays Min'n, flrit pool, Monongahela
tiver.
T TMP COAL AI.'D SLACK COAL PUT IN
1 J Horsheads and delivered on Cars aad
Steamboats.
SU FIS K2S7 Wain Ktrcet, 2d Poor
-Vortti of .1 adiiaon. 1-t
Commercial Hotel
RE-OPENEP,
Corner Jefferson and Front Sts.
THIS WELL-KNOWN AND POPULAR
Hotel ha. been re6tted and oewlr furnih-d
throuihnut, and will open en THURSDAY,
MAHCII b, 1"'"S. for the receptioD of toe.t.
The table will be .opi lied with the e-t the
mn-krt afr.rds. The caterer, Maj. H M. J.
REYNOLDS, the well and favorably known
steward, formerly of this H'y, but more re
cently of the .'xch.nie Hotel, of Richmond,
Va., will be on h.nd, with a corp. of .tientive
waiter., to .ut'ply the inner man. " pledre
ourselves to make our giiets eomfortable and
at b' me. and have the Old Comvercial again
red". to it. character as one ef the bl lloieli
is the city.
Krheanle of Price I
Iy r.oard. per month '
ll .ard and Ilrir.g. per week II
Tracient tioe.., per d iy . 2 Ml
C.i t. B. I), f A.-TLLMA.N will found ia
th. OEceatallt m-".
AI.LE3I BR1TII1 Rt,
7 Maaxer.
GEORGE L. GEAYSER,
Imrortr of
C I O A 11 H
OYCRTO.t IIOTEU
IHMOKK1W 10IIOItHM.
a-7 CMEJCPHIS. TENN.
R. 6. CRAIG & CO.,
HKlCIMMi:,X,
379 MAIN ST BIEMHIIS, TENN.
JUST HKOEIVKD: '
irnnffarlao Oraee HsmhI,
At 1 rala'a aeexl Mora i
Hp1 Uiirkwbeat.
AI Irsli'i HecMi a to re i
Hlork raaa.
Alt rslf'i HetHl Ntorat
drain Or ad lea and ftraln Npylhea.
Alt ralK'a Nd Mlorai
Ueddee'a Harrows.
At t ralj-'a aeexl Ntore
Knox Home Uo,
AK'ralt'a Brad Moral
Lime, I'laater and Cement.
At C'ralw's eed Mora
Snparphoanbala and Land Plaaleri
Att'ralg'a ev?d nloroi
NO, 37i) MAIN HTItEKT,
MBMPHI3. TENN. 40-118
R. D. WARD & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Dealers in lield
ABO
GARDEN SEEDS,
No. 232 Main Street,
MEMPHIS, - TENNESSKH.
MECHANICAL.
JUKES & SCOTT,
TIN, COPPER AND SHEET-IRON WORKERS,
AHD BlaLIBS IH
STOYES AND TIX WARE.
Cotton Brandi and Btenoll Flatot Out.
Principal Depot for the Anrora Oil.
T00PINf, GUTTERING AND GENE
J Vral Job Work nromutly executed nd war-
rantea. Also, soio manuiaoiurer. m
aeo of
BANKER'S SAFETY CAN!
This Can is acknowledged superior to any
other psckage in use lor uiis. rpinw i.ur
nanlina VimliltH M nl fliUA. nnd oth er llQUldS.
as well as for Tea, Cutiee, Spices and Qun-
P0Waer JUKES A SCOTT,
41-119 836 Reoond street. Metnnhis.
JOSEPH FLaNNEBT.
PRACTICAL PLUMBER.
Gas and Steam ripe Fitter,
63 Xeirjrson St.,
MEMPHIS. : : TENN.
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON II AND A WELL
SELECTED STOCK OF IRON
AND BRASS LIFT AND
FORTH PTTMPfl. TSrl
At rrank Cnneo's, SOS Second at.
CAN BE FOUND THE BEST ICE CREAM,
Coolest Soda Waters, and Confections in
this city. Give him a nil.
IV O T I O E
J. N. Privott TS. Thomas 0'Ponnell, Trutee.
WHEREAS A PETITION IT AS BEEN
filed in this Court by J.N. Privett, .pray
ing that the Trusteeship orented and existing
in and bv virtue of a Deed of Trust exeouted
.u. 10,1. j.. AnrlL A. r. 18B7. between 8.
Fred. Hailman and wifo, S. G. Mailman, ef
the llrst parr, ana .". n-n"oii ui
pirt, and Thomas O'Donaell. Trustee, of the
third part, which j")ecd of Trust is on file in
the Reeistor's office ef said county, and was
registered in "aid ofll 'se In book No. 60, part 3.
pages 51. 52, 63 and fid. April 12, 187, and it ajv
pearing to the Court that the petitioner, J . N.
Privett. is tho holder cl certain notes, the pay
ment of which rre secured by the terms of said
Trust rtood: and If further appearing to tho
n -. iL.t tUm w Ti n.Hii. (heroin named, to
wit, Thomas O'lionnidl. i a non-resident of
the State of Tennessei', u is ornerou ini ruu
lication be made acco.-ding to law, and should
K. maiA Thnm.. O'tko.inell full to appear be
fore the Court with;n tlie next four weeks, that
then he .hall beremove-d. his office as I rustee
be declared vacant, ana E. B. tostor bo ap
pointed Trustee in Ins a.teM to carry oui ana
fulfill acd perform tlae diitiesdevolvins-on him
by virtue of the torn- of sa id Weed of Tru.t
oaw-M JOHN .L0A6UE. Clerk.
TI1E MADISON 1'IOXEER,
A Weekly Kewapapcr, Pnbllahed at
Madiaon, jArkanaaa.
GEORGE L. BROWN, Editor and Proprietor.
A FIRST-CLASS MEDIUM FOR ADVER
tining for
MKIl OH AN TH,
and others who deilra a trade from Eastern
Arkan-as. Cash orde-ra for advertising and
subMription promptly attended to. Jermsas
low a other Southern i saner. onv .
REEVES' JMBROSIA
FOR Til 12 HAIR.
impiIoVedi
It is an elegant Dressing frr tie Ilair.
It eauseii tho Hair to Carl beautifully.
It keei the Scalp Clean a. id Healthy.
It invigorates the Roots of th. Hair.
It fursea tho Hair and Beard to grow luxuri
antly. It Immediately .tops Hair Falling Out.
It kee.M tie Hair from Changing, Color from
Age.
It retU ees Gray D air it Oririaal Color.
It bri. is oat Hair on he's that have been bald
br yearf.
It Is rompoied enUrrlyof siBple and purely
vegetable eabrtaa eea.
It hat reclrW ever U thefaad Tolantary
. la avealleace. aiany of which
are fro as Physicians is kigk atanding.
It U sell!, kalf KodjN.ttles(tae nam. blown
ia tteglal.bylragvandd salts la faaey
Gaede rer.'whera, at One DoCar f-' Bottle.
Wholeeale I t Ieai B araes A Co.: F. C. W ells
It Caj rkieffelia A Co.. K""..,
GOOD 770RK CASH FEICE3I
I'uncluallty pefore All Tilings I
WHITMORE k 00.,
Proprietors of
THE PUBLIO LEDGER
JOB PRINTING HOUSE
No. 13 Madison Street.
H
AVIN0 NOW IN FULL AND C0M-
plote operation tne
Book and Job Departments
of thU EXTENSIVE ESTABLISHMENT,
wataks this mode of calling the attention of
our patrons and friends, and the publio gene
rally, jo our NEW
Steam ArranfrementB.
ThU oBce ii now th
JA. Tt. O E S T
And Best Appointed
IN THE SOUTHWEST,
And fully oqnnl to any In the East as regards
its facilities for executing Printing of'erery
variety and In any color.
All Kinds of Work Executed,
Either in
Plain or Ornamantal Type,
Plain Black, Colored Inks,
GOLD LEAF AND BRONZES,
Inlevsry manner known to the profession, at
.UfliuB ana aurueu-
BOOKS AND PA MPII LETS
Printed with new typo latest styles.
. Ornamental, Plain and Taney I
Steamboat Printing:
V
In a manner' unsurpassable.
INVITATION CAItDH
BALL TICKETS,
Illuminated with the latest ornamental and
ball room soenes.
CONSTITlllTIONS
Printod in elogant style.
Our large assortment of type for
SHOW BILLS AND POSTEES
Is not oxoelled In the United States.
LARGE PICTORIALS
Can be at readily and cheaply done at this
ofiice ai they are In the East, and in as
HANDSOME 8TVLK.
, Wa have In our offloe the
Largest Slase Presses
Now in na, together with
STEAM JOBBERS,
Which enables as to print
CARDS AND BILE-HEADS
WITH OKIAT CILSKITT.
nr. h.t RPt.FNBtD ASSORTMENT of
imall Plain and Fancy Job Letters, auitabfo
for
FINE WORK.
Dnslness Cards and circulars
la the Best Style, with taitable engrav
ingi representing businesa.
DIPLOMAS)
For Schools aad Collates,
Pilnttd Equal to Copperpla .
Paniealar attenUoa gtrea ta
UlllUrj and Eat!rond:PrIatln&
illANH IIOOKB.
Wi'k printed lieads toeier wltk erery kind
el i laia aad f aacy a era, aoae wita wrm.
INSURANCE.
Total Loaara I'alU, over 91,000,000
Net Aaeet,ver 1,331,193 41
t PPLICATI0NS FOR INSURANCE
JY ptouiptly att.itded to by
t II. I. Ill'TI.ER, A cent.
Corner of Madison and t rout .treets.
ACCIDENT IXSCBWCE
IN TUB
Original Travelers,
(The Pioneer Accident Company in America.)
TRAVKLEHS CAN PnoCTJRR RHORT
TIMK ARCIDHNT INISUHANCK Poll-
cies witnout Aleaioai axaininulion.
II. P. BTTI.KR, General Afent,
COR. MADISON AND FRONT 8TRFETS.
03-131
JSTNA
INSUEANOE COMPANY,
HARTFORD, COWW.
INOOUPOIIAT15U 1H1B.
ASSETS, JULY L 16b.
Cash on haird. In and with ag'ts $ 2ST.!0 n
United States Stock 812.277 25
Real Kxtate, uninsumliered...... ii
f rate Stocks 4f7,ftm '0
New York Bank Flocks . 754,170 10
Hartford Dank Stocks.........-..-. 270.MO 0J
Miscellaneous Bank btocks. 129,i00 m
Railroad stocks, etc 273,067 60
Mortgage Bonds, City, liounty and
Railroad.....
l,mi.lgg 66
Total
J-4.075.S. 55
LIABILITIES.
Losses nnadjustod and not due. .....8 271.".6 38
Net............ S.RM.fH 2U
Income for last year net.... ...... 2,t3,!i9 94
A daily income of say............. 00
Losses and expenses 2,M1,4 M
Tax paid, OoTemment and Slate... ITC.IVH 34
Total Losses paid in 47 years.....-.lM27 410 08
By Fire .17.24.t,0(i0 09
Inland - l.(UM.40t07
Loss by Portland Fire, July 4th.
THE total amsnnt covered by the JPAbs Poll
oies on property destroyed or dauiaced is
$206,854, on which salvage will be ahout five
percent. Our total loss will not vnry much
from f-''A,(Xm, and was promptly adjui ted and
paid. This sum is five per cent, upon the Com
pany's assets, a figure hut slightly exooeding
our Government and State taxes paid last year,
. : . Cr. IWbl .... C. - a Anm-
Or a prui'.rri.mi oifu.il (.u m v.vw iuh tu. uum-
pany of $100,000 assots. 4
The necessity for insurance Rnd the vnlue oi
wealthy, strong corporations is forcibly il
lustrated by this fire, r-evorul wenk insurance
oompanies aro destroyed. Portland bus a
population of 35,000 ns handsomely built,
mostly lino brick or stone structure? protocted
and screened with npwnrd of .I.Mshndo trees
bounded on threo si-lcs by water indeed,
literally, almost rising from the occan--ad
with a steam fire deportment yet it has $10,
000,000 of property consumed in a few hours
upon a holiday when its peoplo are least occu
pied from the very iniigmfieant cause of a
oonteiuptible firocracher.
Remember the trilling origin of fires that
sweep away In a few hours the earnings o
years. Consider your best interest and give the
Aitna Agent a call if you need proper insur
ance security. Pay a lair rate of premium for
a good and genuino article, and with tho.a
lights and experiences before you, procure
your insurance with shrewd judgment.
Applications for insurance promptly attended
to by H. A. LITTLETON A CO., Air'ts.
No. 22 Mfldison street.
I N B U I E
-wira-
Lindsey ,& Vredeaburgh,
Agents for tho following Srac-ciass oompaciM I
Home Insurance Company, !
of Now Toik'
... i
Capital. 83,703,0082
Security Insurance Comply
of New Yonc j
Capital. ... 81.oa,700J
i .
I
?
Enterprise Insurance Company
Of Cincinnati. !
Capital s s 181.000,900
PARTIES DESIRIN0 INSURANCE. KI
ther Fire, Marino or Hull, would do well
to sail upon
LINDBET A TREDENBUKOB
Before eftctiniZissuraBoe elsewhera.
No. 11 MndlHou Street,
Tr VeTvi', Tr"n.
Tax I'ayera. Aoiicc.
qnK ASSKSSMFNT OF THK NINTH
1 and Tenth Wards ha. be maile by
City T.x A'e-.,.r. The ho..k., .howib. tho
valuation and income of owner, of eaa lot
will be rpea f-r in.iin ard correcti-a at
the Mayor', olnee, Exbarrt boi'd-er, thn-a.h
the aext lea day.. We wouid h.v. property
owner, ta theee two rew wa-.la cell and sea
that Biislakea as to ewaerrb'p r crrerttd.
J'JlIN" I'AKK,
L. J. M ThK.
21-t -M. I'RoVlXE. '

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