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Oilier. No. 1 MadUon Mtreet. From thi LeCrois. D.mocrat.1 " IDEAL AHD KKAL." 1'se i f T and Jo'ly niggab, A hpl'T olm i I Morw to the lotutn leguers, AnJ Fin whip the ka-Alux Else. . IHhewaydowa InQeorgla One I w.i e eo lun haoili But now I iu ertituiucraliei , Anil li gwiue to owe lomi una. C-iui now I'm fit de franchise, Dnus'i I ivergo.d to I J h' . And if Mwit Bullock's '"''I. Igllsforly sores indamulel ' D. 'lection B"W em eber. . 01" Bullock's uoni gone ooteti, Hut I doni f 'end 1 De Buro snup'i doni busted N ii "hs d.m't know wbir to f 0 1 I link I tod oil bmik, and Uu baok o the cotton row. Oh, pitv . T"u white treih, jr, r ue Yankee! fooled ui bid t Dry mad- oi wot delr tt. kuts, lion stole ell ninhi bid I A Hew Totk Seandal. Nmt York i as frateful for a new gen nation as wa the Roman Emperor who ennobled a cook for furnishing him with a new sauce. J ml now tbs fashionable portion of the Pity are reveling in a new excitement. We have here gentleman who, through his business, is as well known as is Bonner, Harper or Stewart He lives in fine style, has a splendid hooBe, and is surpassed by no one in the eleeance of his turnout on Central Park. t. . I, tunnnied that his house- jv was . " " a. -, keeper was his wile. It turns out that he does not live wiltt nis wiie, ana in she has been far long time support! i ..ir;., ih,m fiv hv her needle. 8he i jirinriiiui'v -J V . , very elegant and accomplished lady, r i i,;i.i,.n' mke aha held herneace I . inn while. The elegant gold embroi- unit MrKinti mndA lunh a. sensation at uni ,J the Paris Exhibition was Irora her neeau She found a friend in the bead of ene o Vila pitnhliihments. and th fashionable and elaborate embroidery worn by the ton of New York was the . handiwork or this laay. necenuj oe L...n.nl mails - nrnnoiition to her. H promised to settle on her a handsome sum of money it ene wouia auuw mm h. obtain a fall divorce under our laws The propoial was so infamoos that th( i.,a ,o.roi1 tn hear her neelect and sorrow in silence no longer. She issued a beautifully printed circular, announc i.alf hv n-p hnihand's name stating Ills business, so there could be no mistake about tue identity; ouer ing her serviees to the fashion .,u. nf Kpw York : assieninc as s reason for tbe cflr that she wished to obtain bread for herself and chil dren, and stating that she could be found daily at a fashionable dress making establishment on Broadway. Thesa cir culars were scattered oroaacast amonj (.V,innoM familipi of New York III'- ,ou.wi. - I and any quantity of them were sent by .;Baia kanili to th- hnshand. Hia in dignation is unbounded, for he has great ... . , personal pride. iew iors: nas a nine days wonder, reoplo crowd toe roomi u a.a nA lov ia rlwpptipd tn h- iMn and where eht.iits day by day, with . ... -T . , tl ., .1 IJ "stitch, etitcb, stitcn, witn me goiaen ikmoJ nf hap pmhrniiiprv. What the iHue will b- remains to be seen. Kev York Cor. Boiton Journal An old "tar" has recently prepared a handbook of nautical terms for tbe use of persons who intend to follow the sea. In order to correct p-pnlar belief our author gravely asserts that the berths oo board do not necessarily add to the cen ens. The hatchwajs are not hens' nests. The wsy of the chip is not the extent of her avoirdupois. The boatswain does not pipe all hands with a meerschaum. The ship doe not have a wake over a dead calm. Tbe svell of a ship's side is not caused by dropsy, nor is tbe taper of a bow-sprit a tallow candle. The hold is not the vessel's grip. Tbe trough of the sea is not dug out of the ship's log The crest of a wave is not an indication of its rank. ' The buoy is net the captain's son. The men are not beat to quarters with a claH. Ships are never boarded at hotels. The bow of a ship is not evidence of politeness A sailor's stockings are never manufactured from a yarn of bis own spinning. The sails of a ship are not made by an auctioneer, nor are the It-vi pP"iri)Pll hv millin-p. $35,000 HOKTIi OF DRUGS AT cost: ' At Xo. 31$ Main fctreet. WHOLESALE DRTG ESPOBICJt. "VTTE WILL COXTISCE TO BELL OrB l entir. ifM?k -f inir, M-dicieei, Dy-, PS.nts, Oi1!, Liquon. Pomalei. Perfom-ry, Soap and Fincy Toilet Article! cenera ly, et?. e'e , niw on pind in broken P-kif , tn the RETAIL AM) TOWS AXD CoCSTRY PRl'O TRADE, and to Plinien. AT COST, until the whole itoek i cloid nut, with a view to makin i-r tride a WHOLE PAt.K AS1 JOBBING HOrjiE EXCLU SIVELY. We therefore hold out tbei- io- Uiucemen U to the trade, who with to bay every !)iDtT uually kept in a Wholeeale and K.Uil llrus Store, at srea-ly reduced pnee. N. B Tbeie rate will be Horded for a short time only, ai our present itoek iu booebt it low eah prices and wedo not expert to dupli cate Drum at lower nguref, only in unbroken p.pkatei. , P. H.W. especially solint orderi of Town nH Cnnntrv l)roirriit. both for the nreaent ' i and future, knowing w can make it greitly to .. - i . I. . In r.lrnl.a n a Aaaresi an oraers io JT. B. HAMO.V A CO., ,Mt-r4 No. 318 Main rtrfet. IV O T I O E . J. K. Privett vi. Thntnis O'Donnell, Truitee. -lirnEREAR A PETITION HAS BEEN t fild In thii Court by J.N. Privett, pray ing tbnt the Trusteeship erented and exiitint: in and br virtue of a Deed of Trnst executed on th. 12th dy of April, A. I). 1S67. between S. Fred, llailmnn and wife, 8. o. flailnjao. -f the firit part, and A. P. Kennett of the lei-oud pirt, and Thnmm O'Dnnnell, Truntee, of the third part, which Deed of Trut i n tl. in tb Reriter'i fiffire of laid county, and was reuitred in "aid office in b""k No. 60. part 3 pace 61. 82, 53 .nd M. April 12. W1, and it at pparinx to the Cuurt that the petitioner. J. N. Privett. iathe holder ot certain noin, the pay. mcnt of which ere ccured by thi terroa of aaid Trut Oeed: and it further appearing to the Cn-rt that the 'aid Tnnjee therein nameH. tn. wit, Thomai O'Donnell, is a noa-reaideat of the State f Tenneee, it ia nriired that rub licatinn he made acenrdinv to law, and rhould the mid Thomai O'Donnell fail to appear te tn ihi,r,,nrt with:n thenext fnnrwecki.that then he ahall h- removed, hil ofii-e a Trustee be de.-lared vacant, and K. B. t'neter be ap pointel Trustee in bii Head to carry out and fulfi I and perturni th. dutie d-rnlTinv on him by virtue ot th. ura "t am inm ot irunt. oaw-M JOHN LOA'H'K. Clerk THE 3LIDIS0X 1'IOXEEK, X Weklr Xewapaper, Pabtlahod at MavallMa, Arkaa OE0B0K L. BROWN, Editor aal Propriwtor, 1 FIRST CLASS MF.DIUM FOR ADVER- XV. U-ing lor MKHCHANTH, rnd otierw who de)p a trad, from turters Ariin.M. C-'h nrd-r fi-r adT-nifing asd mhcri"" n imuM I attended to. Terma ai low M utker . Btbera pap-n. sod-J , - I i m ii r a nc C I COMMISSION. I DRY QOODS, ' I PRINTINC. I JNSJM!!! I 1IIU10, I --w-- I .-w-.-,. .... I -" TriiMfee'M Mule. r VIRTUR. OP AEED OF TBrST 1 viaiiis ur a h"-4th iliehl. Inter I nil wnicn ii suiy rrwni"'- - , " 7.' OBlo. of Hhell.y county. Ten"'."-. In K. Hook No. M. part I, P-.es ' W?. ,d, therefor., to i.eur- the lndb"lnsi tin -cord erein . cnl.d. I mill, ' " "7 "V"" UM,- pr,.-..d to k um, pri.ceiu . v ------ "- -, ublio i?eOT ofth.kit W-IHim; k.at auction. In irnni oi in- ii " iimim rh.e nVr of Million aid P.nd strwu. In w'nii.hi.. lnn......to lb. hlh..t hid. rr for ra.ii, in. io"'nF,", rv-.v," I""" r.i: lh.ron, ileipribod In md Trmt Uo-il ai f,,l. Of a In-ii jKiinnini ai mo ,oii..i- nl lormmj Biinwn -- lift.. Ihnnce tiriuy wnn j-norjm ".".' rnird mil'. I.ttii Iil i TkirS IrMl tract; tnenp. muinmnnj on. hundred and furty-iht ft arid iiiirr irhM Jley to an alley j la-no- w.n.., r-? -Jh(i on. bA'drediani..riy-.. .---- to anoinwaiiay i '"'"Xr:, ,k. b aid IX let li in. loum uuuim.. . -- ill boun.Ury lin. nin.'y foil and iix Inohei i to In lot) ioulbaaiteor.r y '-.-. """L"- thine- ."ormw-rniy -r- tin idred l,. ot ni ,m i "'7.'i ..".K.r -;" 1 on and b.ins part of lot No. 371. as theanrinai ln " " --; u. i.. ...nil MMlmniitinn 11 wilv.ui am th. till. De i-y.li , tnull-K. I an T o. aii.nnn i J ..i--- TniHlee'H Kale. 1 7 VIRTUB OP A DKRD OP TRUST, . - ,1 tn m& ah lliAltth jlw lunilwrv X VlKlUni ur A vr.Dtu ui iniDi) XM-ut.d to ma on tin ltth day of January, ', by J, Wriiht, J. 11. Mun and T. J. ft. ami duly rennTilod in th. ofline of tb. Kl . (Tall. n'l UUI7 rfnnTUWtJ IO iuv uui'io m Prohmte Clerk or Tiftbom.n.?o county, w limit, tn una oi irusi Dn u, im .un, . ml 3, to which reference is hereby mule, f . . t ual-iH t,.l f Vi ArA On Tl.urtMly,2StIi Day of May, 1S6S, i r . i v. ii.B kn.n ... iinr.1. in nimwn in in'm ui iu, .' '. . , of Iuka, Tiahominio county, Muwmilipi. pro. ce.d to sell to the higheit biador. tor wn. in. lollOWini ueacrineu pnimry, iv-n - " 7 undivided half intnroit in and to eertain lots and parcel! 01 lanu fiiuaie, lyina -uu ""' theoonntvoi lunomingu anu oii-vo ui iriir- itinl. ana aeii-noea i o, , ".uu laid down in in. pian 01 i.u, hi ".. embracint th. Iuka 6prinsi Hotel. Cibin laid down in th. plan of Iuka, in said conn ity. etc. : alio, me iouineai qrir "i dsihiuu , 1 0,1 - nr aha annfh pnil or the aoutht'B n.nxp nf the nnrtheaat Quarter "f section 2:!, all in townihip3.of rang Id. Th. title is be lieved t. be too I, bat I sell and .onvey only a Trustee. This April 2', 1W. 47.H J. M. P. MIT.LFR. Trn.tee. SEEDSMENj; eTg. craigc SEEDSMEN, . 379 MAIN ST., MEMPHIS, TEXJT. JUST RKCEIVED: Ilanirarian Gnwus Kaxrd. At (rain's ted Store; Seed Buckwheat, AI Craig's Seed Store; Stock Pftaut, At Craisr'a Seed Store; Grain Cradles and Grain Scythe-. At Craig's Seed Store; Oeddee's Harrow. At Craig's Seed Storei Knox none Iloe, At Craig's Seed Store; Lime, Plaster and Cement. At Craig's Seed Stors gapes-phosphate and Land Pla-tert At Craig's Seed Store; NO. 37- MAIN HTKKET, MEMPHIS. TENN. 40-116 R. D. WARD & CO., WHOLESALE AHD RETAIL Dealers in FieLd OABDM SEEDS, No. 232 Main Street, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. U,-t4 At Frank Cnneos,30S Second at. CAN BE FOUND THE BEST ICE CREAM, Coolrt Soda Watern, and Confections in thivcity. Give biro a Mil. 42-"9 Tbe SInyer Mannfadiirln? Co.'s WORLD-RKXOWNED Patent Straight JTeedle, Perpendicu lar Action Sewins: Machines. THE SUPERIOR MERITS 0FTHB"SIN tiEK" MACHINES over all others, for eitrer FAMILY l"SK OR MANUFACTU RING Pt'RP0.-E5. are o well established and o generally aimitud. that an enomera tion ef their re'ativ. excellencies is no lonrer ooniderd necepiary. w e urge every perron in qut of a r-ewing Vahine. bv a I means Lo exaovin. and teat, .f they can poibly do so, all tbe leading rival Machines oefor. making a purchace. A selection-can then he made andertandin!y. V,e have eetaohahea n ofiice lo- the sale 01 our KMnmei; ail", iiig twut iui our own makei, AUn and linen thread of a superior quality, at M-?r 3lain Htrcct, here thev will he cheerfullv exhibited, and any information promptly f urnUb'd. it. B. All tbe mahinei mnufactared by this company make th. famous L-ck Stitch, tbe only atitcb which ia nnivcrfally approved, ori" at all adapted f ir firt-cla work. Circulari and price lnu lent by mall, on receirt of adirea. v The singer nanniarianag 1 o 7 27s Main itrcet, M-iphi!. Adyertlne In tlo WHITE COUNTY RECORD, SE&RCT, ABE. T HAS A 000D CIRCULATION IN ALL . th mountain counties, and is tb. Only Kewapaper !. the Little Blver vall-y. Tbe RECORD is read by all the merchant! in White, Van Buren, Conway, Itttrd and Pearcy counties: alao by manr in Woodruff, Prairie, Jacuoo and indepemien'-e. A I lreal weoa re.rcv. A'g. TME PANOLA WEEKLY STAB 13 PUBLISHED Every (Salnrdar Morning, AT PANOLA. MISSISSIPPI. A ND CIRCULATES IN A DISTRICT OF J country ntir-lr tributmry to Memphu, making it om oi tb. molt Valnabl Advertiaing Mediants offered to tie Mrch.nU of Memphii. Pmnla county i one of the f.nt.t agricultural eountiei of th. houth. beeiiiea hcmi f.ne nf tbe rn-it popa out. Train run l,r. a, r between this county and Meqiphi.. Adertnen will Cad oartcnni VEK L'. Andrea! "PANOLA -TAR-11 Pan.'a. Miaa. Dissolution of ropartntrshlp. fTnK FIRM OF TATI.OR. OAT A RfT- 1 LA N Ii wa. iru-atly dia'Wed on tha I ith inst.. ry the wit' drawal af Wm. . K J. bu-ineaa under senn.eaod ityle-f TA1 LfK A hLILAND. wbe are alone authontd tn r- ceipt fnr all accr.TInra. etr., da- th- laid ana and -Mum- ail iiaH M-a. TAYI ' R A RUTLAND. Mrn-lti?. April U, lt"S fl xeoljij:?h INSURANCE COMPANY, - UFFIOUi IS Madlayt Street, Meniphla, Teas, CAPITAL STOCK, lilt aOO.OOO, Take Fire, Marine & Ulver Klsks DIRE C TO II Si W.B. GREENLAW, JAMES ELDER. C. W. GOYKR, N. P. BRUCE, JS0.VERT0N.Ja..AY. M.FARRINQT0N EUGENE MAGEVENElf. OFFICEBHl V7. B. GREENLAW PrwidonU JAMES ELDER - Vice President. 8. P. READ met Socretary. til REMOVAL ritHE AGENCY OF THE TR'AVKLKRS' 1 Life and Accident Inaurnnce Company ni remove! from No. 4.1 Mdion street t- tn. oHiaenf eheULI) rnu.i. M ir., am iuu of Accident and Life Policies inued by this pinneer company. . II. P. BUTLER. Its Agent, has it so arranired that parties may get Aocident Insurance in this Company at all of till principal Insurance Olli ccain tliia city. KOUTHEKX LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 17 Madison St., Memphis. INSURES LIVES ANB ADJUSTS AND is with Southern State, and to them it appi-als for patronage. It hu ample means to lully protect policy-holders and pay all los-es. Set Assets, Feb. 1. !, 9338,917 91 BOARD OF DIRECTORS: P. H. Dk Bi VeiSE. F. M. WITTTE. J. W EI.LKR. WM. A. HWT. C.C.SPENCKR, K. U-little M.&i, 1 ti.i n'AAnurpV n l ViUUN i HOWV'5 N.R. FORREST. r'im TiTIt F.S.DAVIS. C. W.FRAZER. T. A.NKfcSON. 11LU11 TUKKaALH. OFFICERS: F. V. WKITI. Acting President. BEH. MAY. Secretary Gea. B. B. FORREST, Gen'l Traveling Ag't. L. B. nATCH. General Agent for Welt Tennessee and North M;.i.Jipri. - TRANSPORTATION. Quickest Route East IS BY THE RAILROAD I.IXE! Only 59 Honrs and 55 M Inntea to Sew York, 20 1-2 Honrs to Loniwvllle, 14 3-4 Hoars to Xaahville, and 21 1-2 Hours to JSt. Louis. Double Daily Trains Continued. BOTH TRAINS MAKING DIRECT Tbroueh Connections to all Eastern Cities, an advantage ouerea i7 no omer route iroin Memphis. Commencing Monday, April 27, 1S68, Trains will leave Memphis as follows: Morning Express, Xlght Express, r:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. TheT'iyta m. Morning Exoress reaches Lonis- ville at 4:0 a.m., Indianapolia at 10 a.m., Cin cinnati at 12 noon, and New York at bM) p.m., the next day, 7 Honrs and 40 ft in ale In advance of aay Train leaving .Mrmphis the same day by othervoutes, and with One Night Len Kailroad i ravel. 1 he 4:01 o.m. Night Exprn'l arrives at Louis ville at 12:) p.m., Nashville at f :45 a.m., St. Louil at 1:30 p.m., tVe next day. Eastern pai sengers t king tiiia Train have choice of routes from Louisville either by tbe Jeflursonvill. Railroad via Cincinnati or Indianapolis, or th. United States Mail Line St'amer.. via Cincin nati, reaching New York the second morning eleven hour, and fifteen minutes in advance oi paienger taking night train from Memphii bv anv other route, and with one sight iess railroad tparcl, THROUGH TICKETS, at Rcdu-'d Rates, nn be procured at the Cnmi.any's Office, 2:ir.'4 Main street, corner of Jefferson, or at Depot, head of Main street: alao, at Overton Ho'el, and of Larry Harm-tad A Co , corner of Main and Madison itreeu. r Baggage t. becked at Depot or ny me M.mnhia Citv Tranifer Comtianr. at Hotela, Private Residences, or en board boats arriving at Memphis, to all principal astern Ci'ies. HAM. a. JU.M-.5, r-unenntenaent. ASA HILL. Paaaenier Agent. 4-t FREIGHT OTICE! T o 31 ere li ants! gAVE INSTJIIAIVCK! ALL RAIL ROUTE VIA. Memphis & Charleston Railroad AND CONNECTIONS, TJETWFKN NEW YORK. BOSTON. PniL I adelpbia, Baltimnr. and Memphis, Tenn., and tb- grca Southweat. l.e Ha iling ol Freights! Qii-ker Time I Shorter Uiatance I And as Low Katei el by any other line. All claims for loe or damage promptly sMtled at Fo nt! of delivery. For further information apt.lr to . ... . U. f. rA tn, isen 1 flg u ii .iain it. A- J. LOWE, Agent at Dennt, or t W . 1. KOS, I Cieneral Snperinlendent, J. C. I.OP17.. Cieneral Ert. Agent, VrTrpM. , rnaripnn R. R. 40 THE OXFORD FAL.COX, HAM. M. THOMPSON, At 92 50 per Annum, OFFERS GREAT ADVANTAGES AS AS Adv-rtiaing Medium. arTlia !!- I"nlrra tv. T S. Court and Hieh C.nr1 n Errors and Ai i-esii ar- lw'ed at Oxfnrd. VlK eml-HMI Dissolution of t'opartnerl;lp. 1 qHK COPAfaTVrRIIIP HFRFTOFOBE i fciiur . m r. iv. Kins. rirnf ri svn.. fcu-nep w.ll b (s-ntiBaM hf onr Mr, U. kii, 9 it aslnii tkritsi tn 4fjtt tMi!nri(if th n.tl firm. b sWuiniDf ! iu MHU Ui ftVliUads. t yrtvi. b. V ALU NO. M-silh j. April 30. O. II. PARIiEH, COTTON BUOKKR AND Bl'YEB, EXCLUSIVELY ON ORDERS, No. IS Madison Mreet (up sjtnlra), PUBLIC LEDGER BUILDINM. M 1 irg n AVE TJ(KEN TIIR STORE FOR- merly ocoupied by Foster. Owyn Co., SIM rront street, wher. we will oe gnu w our friend and niioinm. . - V EDMONDS, PETH0REW CO, V. N. BONDED M AREHOl S.E.1 EDMONDS, PETTIGREW & CO., OVIIOLKSALE TOBACCO COMMISSION MERCD'TS, 306 FROAT STREET, MEMPHIS, - - TENNES8EK, si To Cssh KuycrsI It. S. TAYLOR at CO., GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Ko, S7S Front Ntreet, MEMTHIS. itit TENNESSEE. WE HAVE IN STORE. AND WILL KEEP eonstantly on band, a large and well se lected itoek ot Flonr, Corn Meal, Bacon, Mess Porh, Lard, Nngar, Coffee, Molnsses, Whisky, Soap and Candles. WE BUY FOR CA.8III Onr resident partner in St. Louis gives s fa cilities for buying which enable ns to sell as low, if not lower, than nny house in the South west. CASH BUYERS will find it to their in terest to get our prices before buying elsewhere, or ordering fiom other market. V. are th. agents for the Laflin Powder Company's celebrated Premium Powder, and M. Schaeffer'i Soap and Candles. R. 8. TAYLOR A CO., M Jffi Front street, Memi.hi. Tenn. DR. JA8. M. TOWKIS, Grenada, Miss. BtroR TORR1KCB, Ccffeeville, Miss. TOWNES & TOBRANCE, Cotton Factors AND GENERAL I COMMISSION MERCHANTS Ko. 206 Front Street, UP STAIRS, BET. WASHINGTON AND ADAMS MEMPHIM, TKNN. Consignments of all PLANTATION SUPPLLIES solicited. Much of the COTTON received by ns is very 8ns. ...... VI 1 f-n-i 1 DR. RUSSELL'S PRIVATE- MEDICAL DISPENSARY, (Established in 1S!S,) TIIE OXLT RELIABLE PLACE FOR THE CURE OF Private Diseases. DR. RUSSELL, Nog. 40 AND 43 NORTH Court street.north side Court Square, Mem phis, Tennessee, is acknowledged by all par ties interested, as by far tbe MOST SECCESSrCI, PnTSICIAJf in ths treatment of Privata or Secret Dis eases. Quick, thorough and permanent cures guaranteed in every caa,e, male or fcmnle. Rscent cases of GONORRHEA and SYPHI LIS cured in a few diyi, without the use -i Mercury, change of diet, or hindrance from bu-iness. SECONDARY SYPUILIS-th. last vestige eradicatpd without the use of Mer cury. Involuntary Loss of Semen stopped in a short time, rufferen from Impotency or Loss of Sexual Power restored to free vigor in a few weeks. Gleet or Gonorrhea of long stand ing, when all internal remedies have failed, permanently and speedily cured by a new treatment. Victims of SELE-ABTJSK and excessive Venery, suffering from SPERMATORRHEA and loi-of Physical and Mental Power, speed ily and permanently lured. v AH consultations strictly c-nnaeniiai. Thrnnin Rheumatiim. Neuralgia. Gout. Par- a'ysia. Deafness, etc., treated by the aid of Electro Magnetic Battery. pnr sale, Kl'sbbbLi 0 V tlxtutAL, mil VKNTIVK. Orrici Hocus From a.u. to 1 p.h., and from r.w. tn ft r.tn. JIays Coal Company. (Successors to BRIGGS k PETERSON,) Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Best PIttsbnrg Coal, From tbs Hayi Mines, first pool, Monongahela river- T TMP COAL AND SLACK COAL PUT IN 1 j Horsheads and delivered on Carl aad Steam boau. OI M E 2S7 Main Street, 2d Isoor jtjortb or yiHtiison. i-t Commercial Hotel RE-OPENED, Corner Jefferson and Front Sts. THIS WELL-KNOWN AND POPULAR 1 lintel has leen refitted and newly furntah'd tl.rnuahnut. and will "l-en -n THURSDAY, MARCH 4, WM, for th- recaption of guesU. The table will be supplied with th- bt th n)'kt aff rds. Th- caterer, Maj. WM. J. REYNOLD?!, the well -nd favorably known wwanl, formerly of thii eiiy, bat mors T ceutiynt tb- Eicbinv- Hot-I, of Richmond, Va.. will b- os band, with a corps of .U-ntiv-waitn. to s-ppiy tb- inner man. W- pl-drj our-elre. to make our gii-ti eomforta-i- and at h ao. and bar. tn- Old Commercial again rolceia its eaaract-r as on. of lb- belt Hotels ia tb. city. fW-hednl Prlresi Day P.rd, per month tv"! f l! rd and Lodrcg. per wiek 11 W Tran.-ent lln'ta. J-T diy... 2 M Ct'. B. D.CAriTLkMAN will I found ia tbs OSes at all tm. A I.I.E BROTH Elt-1, -. Mavnagers. GEORGE I. GEAYSEB, Importer of C I It H , OTERTO.t HOTEL, IHMUKKKN' KMIOIUUMJ Jl-47 MEMPHIS. TENS. CO Lz4 CO CO PC PQ r PC CO MECHANICAL. JUKES & SCOTT, TIN, COPPER ANO SHEET-IRON WORKERS, AHD DSALSBS I STOVES AND TIX WARE. Cotton Brands and Stencil Plates Cut. Principal Depot lor tbe Anrora Oil. TJO0FING, GUTTERING AND GENE- IV ral Jnh Work nromDtlv -vecuted and war ranted. Also, sole manufacturers in Tennes see of BAKKEH'S SAFETY CAN! This Can is acknowledged superl-r to any other package in us. for Oils. Spirits Tur p.ntine. Varnishes, Molassei and other liquids, as well as for Tea, Coffee, Spices and Gun powder. JUKES SCOTT, 41-119 83 Second itreet, Memphis. JOSEPH FLANNERY, PRACTICAL PLUMBER. das and Steam Pipe Fitter, f3 JoiTerMon St., MEMPHIS. TENN. KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A WELL SELECTED STOCK OF IRON AND BRASS LIFT AND REEVES' AMBR0SIA lTOH, Til IS HVIIfc. IMPROVED I It is an elegant Dressing 'or the Hair. It causes tbe Hair to Carl beautifully. It keeps the Scalp Clean and Healthy. It Invigorates tha Roots of tha Hair. It forces the Hair and Beard to grow Iszurt aatly. It immediately stopi Hair Falling Out. It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Age. It restores Gray Hair to its Original Color. It brings oat Hair on beads that have been bald fcr yra. ItU composed -ntir-lyof simple and rarely v-gwUbl- la balance.. It bag r-eeiv-d ever lit thousand voluntary testimonials of Its exe-llesee, many of which an from Phrsictasi ia kith standing. It is sold ia half- poaad bottles (tb. nam. blows la tie tlaaaV. by Dracgiita aad dealers is Fancy Goods everywhere, at Oss Cellar par Bottle. Wholesale by P-mas Barees A Co.; F.C. Weill IA Co-; Schieffeiis A Co., New York. Vl-K Vlll-8 UJ GOOD WORK-CASH FMCE3! runctualltj Before All Things! WHITMORE iV CO., Proprietors of THE PUBLIC LEDGER H X 13 -V M JOB PRINTING HOUSE $0. 13 Madison Street. II AVING NOW IN FULL AND COM- pl.te operation toe Book and Job DeDartments sf this EXTENSIVE ESTABLISHMENT, we take this mode of calling the attention of our patrons and friends, and the pubiio gene rally, U) our NEW Steam Arrniieomfliitn. , This office is now ths LARGEST And Best Appointed 1 IN THE SOUTHWEST, And folly equal to any In the East as regards its facilities for executing Printing of'every varioty and in any color. All Kinds of Work Executed, Either In Plain 6r Ornamental Type, Plain Black, Colored Iuks, GOLD LEAF AND BRONZES, Intevery manner known to the profession, at ;home and abroad BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS Printed with new type latest styles. Ornamental, Flain and Fancy I Bteainboat Printing; . In a manner unsurpassable. INVITATION CAKIJM AHD HA IX TICKETS, Illuminated with the latest ornamontal and ball room scenes. CONSTITUTIONS Printed in elogant style. Our large assortment of type for SHOW BILLS AN I) POSTEliS Is not excelled in ths United States. LARGE PICTORIALS Can be as readily and cheaply done at this office as they are in the East, and in as HANUHOME STYLK, s Ws have In oar omee ths Largost Slsee Presses Now in nss, together with 8X13 AM JOBBEH8, Which snables Gl to print CARDS JlXD IIILE-nEADS . WITH GREAT CELERITY. We haves SPLENDID ASSORTMENT of small Plain and Fancy J.b Letters, suitable for FINE W OKK. Business Cards and Circulari In the Best Style, with suitable engrav ings representing business. DII'LOMASl For Schools and Colleges. Printed Equal to Copparpla . Partienlar atuntioa tivsa to Military and Ballroad:PrIntIn& ULANK DOOHH, With rriBt-J bnds, t-etber with every k is 4 of Plaia aad Faacy W era, dose wiU aUapatca. sU - y . - 1.' -iv 4T Tulal I.unnps I'nld.ovor $l,UUO,000 Krt Assets, over 1,83 1,105 41 APPLICATI0N3 FOR INSURANCE prouiptly atienilod to by II. 1'. IUI I. Kit, A sent. Corner of Madison and k ront atreeli. A CI DENT EV SCU AXCE IN THE Originn.1 TravelerH, (The Pioneer Aocidont Company In America.) 'TRAVELERS CAN PROCURE SHORT 1 TIME ACCIDKNT INhtlM ANCE Poli cies without Medical Examination. II. I. Rl'Tf.EIt, Oonoral Aaront, COR. MADISON AND FRONT STREETS. . M-131 INSURANCE COMPANY, HARTFORD, CONN. INCOHHOItATKU 1HXO. ASSETS, JULY L. 15b, Cash no hand, In b'k and with ag'ts $ United States Stock Real Estate, uninauinbered. ........... 2.17,320 01 1)12,277 21 W,-$ 05 W,m no 7M4.170 00 270.H10 00 29.im m 273.0G7 60 r-tate Stocks New York Dank Hocks Hartford Hank Stocks........... Miscellaneous Bank Stocks...., Railroad -'locks, etc Mortgage Bonds, City, County and ttauroaa. 1,011.136 64 Total ,.$4,075.8.10 65 LIABILITIES. Losses unadjusted and not duo 8 221.2M 85 Net - 3,8M,1't4 20 Income for last year net 2,H'tt,aW 94 A daily income of say 0,303 00 Losses and expenaes 2,o11,2m4 00 Tax paid, Government and Stat... 17C.178 34 Total Losses paid in 47 years........ie,127 410 06 By Fire -. .17,243,001 Inland 07 Loss by Portland Fire, July 4th. TH E total amount covered by the JKtna Poll cies on proporty destroyed or damaged is $206,854, on which salvaftn will bo about five percent. Our total lops will not vary muoh from 1200,000, and was promptly adjuined and paid. This sum is five per cent, upon the Coni pany'a assets, a figure but slightly exeoedinc our Government and State tnxos paid last year, or a proportion equal to a $5,000 loss for a 00m pany of $10ti,noo aseots. The necessity for iniurance and tbS value ef wealthy, strong wirporations is forcibly il lustrated by this lire. Several weak insurance companies are destroyed. Portland has population of 31,oi) was hnnilsomely built, mostly line brick or stone structures protected and screoned with upward of 3,000 shade trees bounded on threo si-ies by vrater indeed, literally, almost rising from the ocean and with a steam fire department yet it has $10, 600,000 of property consujued in a few houre upon a holiday when its pooj lo are least occu piedfrom the very insignifiuant cause of contemptible firecracker. Remember the trilling origin of Urol that sweep away in a few hours the enrnincs o' years. Consider your best interest and give the jEtnaAKc-ita call if you need proper insur ance security. Pay a fair rate of premium for a good and genuine article, and with thesa lights, and exrerionces before you, procure your insurance with shrewd judgment. Applications for insurance promptly attended to by H. A. LITTLKTON A CO., Ag'U. No. 22 Madison street. I N 8 TJ 11 13 WITH Lindsey & Vredenburgb. Agents for the following first-ciass companies: Home Insurance Company, of New York' Capital. ... fett.raa.aos; Security Insurance Comp of New Yon. Capitol. - - - jftl,6OU,7O0J Enterprise lr.snrar.ee Compnn j .Of Cincinnati. f Capitol sis !?I,OC O.OOO IlARTlKS PESIRINfl INSUR ANCK, IT I tl.er lira. Alarm, or Hull, would do w I to call upon LIKD6ET & VREDENEUaOr Before electing Insurance elsewhere. No. 11 MntliKou r31rol. ai.s T't t'iii, Vf,..,, T'n. Tax 1'aj-rrst Aoilre. THE ASSFSSMFNT OF THE NINTH and Tenth V arji hai been made by City Tn A-a a,.r. Ike booka. ihowirg tbs valnsti'-n and inco-ne of o.ti-n f earn lot will f.p-n f-r ir ar-ectioaj .rd Cftmcti'-a at th. Mayor's otTiee, Ki-'ianre binM ni.throsrh tb. next ten Hay.. W . wnnM have property owner, is tha- two new ws-da c!l ad le thal smlakei as to owarrbp .re c,rrr--ted. J 1.1 11 VAKK. L. J. f ! I'l. K, 21-t .M. 1 HoVlXE.