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PUBLIC a LEDGER
UUGEST (ITT CIKCIXATIOS,
COL AHB OHAHT-FAX CAMFalOXSOHO
, . . . it IUW (ptrt).
is-" (Awae Jro,."
0 Tliram l'irr, era - j
Vor Hi dork on Hi steepl strikes t I, ,
, i !...... ..in,....,
Ih ( n PfO Copvsutlon will help rj
' Thi'Methodist Confer!! """'I .
There'll lb utli t new from tbaOrriua shore,
And. IB inuri, tnr s in. r-
Com bom I Com home I Com hm 1
IjwMt Hiram Ulr . " B0B1I
Abe Lincoln h eon to the Red Sulphur
. : t.v.,.v..
Alii ftianwin caa . " u", , 7 . ,
01.1 1 bad. i" despair l ' f ;b J! h"d clings,
WhI! buinner. in eununn, ram
!rn Hutler is stealing look at his spoons.
. , hs landholders quake for their gold :
' Tb burnt! bar supped plejlng those loll
old tune,"
And I fcr m. sweet u ir,m' Tou'f lolj.
Ccm bom I ete . m ;
' I've b horse in tbs elreus for Ton and Col-fax
Tif lb horse (hat ro d in the6outh
Tb monkey stands roady lu lp ob your
hack, ,
And there's whisky In pour In. your mnulh s
Ha, Hiram, sweet Hiram, don't ImI very bad
When you learn thai mr tidinss aie true;
Yuu' a bolter at bum wild eigsr, and jour
FortlIe Whit Home ain't waiting for you.
Coma home ! tto.
See N. f. Lrdptr,
Havana. N. Y June !. ISfH.
I hi Infamous Arkansas Constitution. .
The New York Jr'orJ illnstratei the
sweeping disfranchisement under tho
Constitution of "reconstructed" Arkan-
bus as follows:
Scene A Union soldier, who has.
moved to Arkansas and boue,ht farp-j
there, wants to register under that pro
vision of the reconstructed Constitution
whieh isji : " The General Assembly, at
ill first session, shall provide suitable
laws for Ihe registration of qnntiGed elec
tors." Article V, lection 25
Registrar What's your name T
Soldier John Smith.
. K.-Ajre?
8. Twenlv-live.
U. Nativa or naturalized ?
S. Born in New York. .
Jt, Ever given aid or comfort to t"he
rebellion T
8. No I I served in the Union army
from nun linn 10 Appomattox.
R. Can you take and subscribe to the
regintrstion oath 7
8. What is it?
R. "I, John Smith, do solemnly swear
that 1 will snppnrt and maintain the
-Constitution and laws of the United
States, and the Constitution and laws of
the United Mates, and the Constitution
and Inwa of the State of Arkansas; that
I am not excluded from registering or
voting by any of the clauses in the Grst,
second, ihird or fourth sub-divisions of
article VIII of the Constitution of the
State of Arkansas; that I will never
f countenance, or aid in the secession of
i the State from the United States; that I
accept the civil and political equality of
all men, and agree not to attempt to de
prive any person or persons, on account
of race color or previous' condition, of
any pojitical or civil right, privilege or
immunity enjoyed by Bny other class. 'ol
men; and, furthermore that I mil not
in any way injure, or couutenvjee in
others any attempt to injure person
or persons, on aecount uf 't or pre
sent support ef lha l Stow of the
UniWd States, or .L :..:i- f iha
political and ciW' ,nMlif, of & men, 0r
the atliliatiop
;iVi anv oolitical party.
i .
8. I c-
iuvn : dl tane uiin v:w -
.n any auch equahty at all. I am
.iter than a negro, and so were my
father and mother before me. I demand,
air to be registered here as a loyal citi-
nir, " .. . o. ...... xA oa nn PT-
zen of the unmo oimc.,
soldier in the Union- army.
R. Can't help it. That's the reg1Stra
nth. and if you don t take it yo
stra-
you
can't vote, hold office, or sit on a jury in
Arkonsas. Iv's in the constitution, and
CongreBS has approved it
S I) n such a constitution, and dn
n'. too. If this is the ticket Grant
rnnnine on, he can't have my vote.
Exit, disfranchised. ,..,,
In discussing the Arkansas bill in the
United States Senate, S.-nator Doolittle
made some pointed allusions to its sweep
ing disfranchising clause and the posi
tion of some of the lUdical Senators.
He said that under tbo test 6ath section,
even such a man as Senator Trumbull
could not vote there, because a few years
ago on the fl oor of the Senate he declared :
" I know that there is a distinction be
tween the two races, because the Al
mighty himself has marked it upon their
very faces, and, in my judgment, man
cannot, by "legislation or otherwise, pro
duce a perfect equality between those
races so that they will live happily to
gether." ' ,. ,'
"Why, sir," said Mr. DDolittle,
"Thomas Jeffersen would be disfran
chised in Arkansas under this Coostitu
tnn " He said!
" Nolhine is more certainly written in
tha book of fate than that these people
the neeroen) are to be free. Nor is it
less certain that the two races equally
free cannot live in the same government.
Nalnre, habit, opinion have drawn in
delible lines of distinction between
My honorable friend (Mr. Trumbull),
also, in language equally strong, on
another nceasion. said : '
"There is a distinction between the
white and black races made by Omnipo
tence himself; I do not believe these
two races can live happily and pleas
antly together and enjoy equal rights,
without one domineering over the other.
And Senator I'omeroy, of Kansas, had
declared. n discussing an amendment
offered not long since by Mr. Sumner,
providing for regulating suffrage in the
States, that he did not believe Congress
had the right to any what shall be the
qualification of voters in any State io
the Union. Senator Pomerny further
said :
" I- or one, sir, I am in favor of leaving
this question of suffrage to the citizens
of the States, and I claim it is their risiht
to admit whoever they choose to the bal
lot-box. I am not loyal enrmeh myself
to allow my own rights as a citizen to be
trampled apon in tbht way. I would not
be dictated to as a riliz -n of a sovereign
State by Congress or any qlher power as
to whtl kind of cit'r.en my State ihnnld
be allowed to vote. Iflliey choose lo
' lei all the ciurens, including the women
vote, it is not a ncttter for Congress to
interfere with.
And yet in the fare of 0e argument
Presented in the veto mesfage, and th
pronounced juJement of the people of
Dariy every Aorlhern Mate at toe
polls, lli" Senator! voted for the paa
earerftb infamous Arkansas biill
I'rodnco Vnitl.
r. nnflKAP.KM.il rCTAT KS,nKlft53L
ilA " " I AwK tr.. a: h.i l.a.h
i. .!. f.TBhKh IB Hiuiit.T PKlCi-d
'"u'"",tUiRRicnARr."!.
Uf .2lJaidilew.
TAILOR INC.
IF YOU WANT YOlIl
CJL.OXIIINO
CLEANED, DTED OK BEPAIRKD,
Kll Ton ran r " " J
ll Nkrl ll-e, II
ft lur Hediirnl II f
-JUL fr !.. at
No.na UnioM Street
LIST OV IMHCKHi '
flraalna-and PrfMlar ',
I'lMBlMind PrlBPBl, a "
'lanlna- ! PxB)K '"I,
ltyelwa-anl PrwmlnnT S'oai, a 7i
DrHnfllwll'rfml1'l, . . 1 BO
ly rill and Hreaalna; Veal, 1
sr Rcptirtn In proportion to the above ra
dioed prion."
p. li. rsTxi'uu,
(K.m n l'wlow Wlrerl.
aDSWIN.
R. G. CRAIG & CO,,
379 MAIS ST., JIEMPniS, TENS.
JUST KKCKIVKI:
Ilnnrnrlna (Jrna )4,
Sed Bnrknueat,
A I ('rail's Reod Moret
Block Peaa,
Al CralK'a KmhI Rloret
Ural a CraillrB and rala Reylhea.
Att'ralK's h! Hlorcj
Oeddrr'a llarrww.
Al i raln'a R1 Blorei
Knox Ilorae Ile.
Al Cmlu'a Kerd Rlore
l.liue, Plaaler and frmfnt,
A I CralK'a heed Hlor
Knpernhoaphnleand Ind PlaMleri
1 Al t ralK- Nerd Mtore)
NO, 3TO MAIN HTIIKKT,
vRMpnTg. rvvs. win .
srjeor: BEAD!
"5 Ton aro Interested!
i.
r .r as, ,00 yn en
bny one el tlie rlebralra
Star Slinttle Sewing Machines!
I fni uhixrinant of Me. hnicl Skil' and
Invff"ul uemna, nu wr niaiM1"--",
bilitr d BautT. thfy stand unriTlei.
Tk, malta a Rtitrh ALUS OK BOTH SIDF,
that w.U nnt r.r or ravel. A Chilb ca rss
Tiim. fatiiUrtioa rarnnteil. tvery Ma
chine wa!iTt rna TIlKKli TSAiis. ."her
we Jiavtf no eftaniiitneu avcbct. wb win nan
either priced Machine. rdy for ue, nn re
ceipt or Coin uansa, who mil na iiiuini in
tnirinni. Further particulars and Sample
Work fiunisoei on stipncaiion.
"t)ood ASn' nanren.
Address . M. Jf. BKAC ir 4 CO,
0. 3M Main street.
M-IKi Memphis. Tnn.
13. ItOCCO,
DIaLKR IX
onfeellonerle, lee rreato, Hd
Water, Nlran berries, rle..
IV oi 10 Main Street,
CORNER ADAMS.
CnICE?T CAJTDIES OF ALL DKSCBIP
tions. Everytbinf of th very best quality.
LAOIKWHAl-OOX IP STAIRS.
98-t
The Southern Advertiser.
"Slider bc Subtn'
(EsUbliahed to lK&J
Leading Organ of the German Popula
tion of the Southwest.
LOUIS WTJHDEEXAIf, Editor and Prop'r
OFFICK-Coa. Tuiao ad Jivrittao bts.
In Postofflce Building, MomBbis, Tenn.
TT? TMdin7l tarre etrenlttlon throut!i-
ont the city and State nfTon ha'ineM men SB
excellent m.tiortunily to maV their bminew
known In the thousands or Uermans llvms la
hi wtiMi f Ih iwimtf' i1-'
Till OXl'OKU FALCON,
SAM. M. THOMPSON,
At $9 50 er Annum,
OFFERS ORFAT AIVAKTA0E3 A3 AN
AHrartiMn Mlinm.
-The Put liniTrity, II. ri. Court and
Birb Cnnrt "f Krrurs and AiaU ar located
al Olfnnl. Miiw. n,l-UU
A.dvcrtlMO In tlio
WHITE COUNTY UF.COIin,
8BAHCT, ARK.
IT IIAS A OOftD CIFCVLATIOJI IN ALL
Ik Bauniaia coaatid, aud ia tb
Oaly Kewaaaper la Ikel.lUle River
vaiiay.
. RECORD I, read ky.lt th Bj-TcBMit.
la Whit. Va linmi. Cnwtr, I,i,rd nd
Parcy eonntiM; alM hy many ia Woodml.
rratn. JKiwl aol In.lf A'tUreas
AVVO ttlJLH II. JK.,
I'earcy. Ark
Xolire of DlMtoIntion.
T-fTK FIRM n j.w. OR AST k CO. WAS
1 thi, day liaa.vrd ty mnlaal -ii'nt. J.
W. (iraat wili wind ap lb k,ec".
J. W.HKA1T.
. . Ju- U.M. JAMt.S.
JD, 11VS. J)
MECHANICAL.
TIic SIniror Jlanuracturln Co.'s
' " WORLD-HENOWNED
falral Mlralaal Nredle, HerpeuUlea-
lar Arllua
Sewing Jflaclilncs.
run if HrppBinn u i-hits OKTnKniPi-
I llltK" M At'll I N K.S oyf all "iber. Ii;r
libr FAMILY VtiK OR MANI'r At'll'
KINO M'ltl'OSRS, ar woll ttnhlirhcid
and so tffnarally diailld. that an niiuira
tmn rf their raialiv iollnalei is no lulii&r
considered neMry.
U"ir.."k: ai '.::.n; amine and tt. I
U'.nraiMiMtMflllH in flBHI oi a nw Df
they can pnnaibiy u u, an ine isauins rirai
Machine, l.elur maa'.nf a purehace. A selw
iIi.m mh than ha maa nntleratanill nrly.
Wa hava a.taVilliha.1 an oSic for th Sal of
ear Biachlnui ai,, alia taut t"l oar awn
make). i tun and llnea thread of a superior
quality, at
ttTfS Main Htroot,
ham Ih will ta cheerfully exhibited, and
any information promptly furninhrd.
N. B. All the machine innufacturej by
this company make Die famous Lack Stitch,
the only titch which la universally approved,
or i at all adapted for Dml-elas work.
Aar Cireulani and pnoe iiiu sent uy man, on
areiet of adtr.
The Nluirer Maanlaelarlna; I'a
78 Ttt Main atrcet, M cmptm.
Jl Kt3 & SCOTT,
TIN, COPPER m SHEET-IRON WORKERS,
AID DIALIIS II
STOTF-S AXI TIN 1FARR
Cotton Brands and Btenoil Flatoi Out
Principal Iepol lor I lie Anrr Oil.
Too?rNfl. nttTTKRnfa and oenk-
IVhI JnL Wirb nmimitJv aiacntod and war
ranted. Also, sole manufacturers in Tonnes-
s of
BAXKfRia RAFETT TAN I
atLI. la li .i ii m I I ii il ,nii,np ,A anv
other nackaea in at for Oils, (-pints Tar
pesline, Varni.he, Molanse, and other liquids,
as well as for Tea, Coffee, Spices and Uuu
powder. ,f, a. Dinw
I l' iv r.n ca v a . ,
41-110 SB) gacond Itrcat. M.m"li'.
PAKK AVE.MIK ACADEMY,
S 1-3 Ml lea from Hemabia,
a.
Maar the Memphis and Charleston Railroad.
THE TrtlRD SESSION COMMENCES
September 1, lf-i, and ends last f Janua
ry, T-ra. Students prepared for th UniYrity
of Virginia, any Coll--, or the active duties
of life: Special attention siven to Reading,
Wrilins, cpciuns ana in usutu ciikiii-u
Tha lrinciiMl vu eneajceil for ten
year in toec.hina- in Alexandria. Kicbmnnd
and Lynehbur, Va., and intend, to establish a
permanent school. No pupil rewired for a
thortcr period than one seuion, and n ddiie
tion made for abjonce, exc-pt in eases of pro
tracted sicknens. Monthly reports sent to the
parents or suardians. Composition and decla
mation weekly. Publ'e lamination at th
eloss of each ,eion. Keeular relisiuns seryi
ees every Sahbath. and lHarlera aro re-mired
to attend Bible cln. at the Church. A srajn
Steof the University of Virsinia will be era
ployed as ani-tant. if necessary. Bosrd, near
the Academy, $18 per month.
KicrsBRXCKS. Or. J J. imam, is. sn. lrcx
va. l. K,i.. li. Karner. E.d.. M. D. Deaderick,
G-.n U K Tavlnr.K.n .11. L.tluion. KfQ.. Mai.
John Insram, Capt. I. F. Oreer. Capt. E. A.
Cole patrons : t'nl. F. W. Royster and H.
n aue,rrqnioBipnii. uer. m. iiokc, Lf.it..
Rev. T. V . Moore. ll.D., Bfchmond, V a.: Rey.
R. L. Dabney, D.D.. Her. B.M. Smith, D.D.,
Union Seminary, Va.; Kev. J. B. Kum-ay,
nn linn r ft n.AnB.chBa. L. Mrehr. ..
Jadi'e I). A. Wilson. Lynehbars, Va.: Rev. J.
K. Wilinn, v u., AuKuata. ua.; ney. J. ii.
Smith, Prof. R. Strilin. Greensboro, N. C;
Prof. C.g. Vrnnhle, UnfversUy of Virginia;
I'rof. Wm. Dina-iddie,lateof the University of
';;.. Vor term, ete.. annly for circular ftt
the book store of 11. Wade, or at Taylor, Kad
ford Co.'s. ...
eod-lJft Principal.
LEDDIN'S
No. 5238 Main Street.
Opii the nllre.Yenr lor llie recep
tion ol HIihIcuIs.
PHK COURSE OF STUDY IS EXTKI DKLi,
I thnrnnifh anil nractical. atfonlins ,uprinr
facilities for-obtaininc a sound Business Kdu-
"The 'most thoroush Instructien will be (riven
in Commercial and Exchange calculations.
Menu) and Practical Antnmeiie.
Tha Panmanahin benartnient of the ColleS
is open from tl to 12 a.m., and lito 5 p.m.
Mr a separai leparrmani wr A.aiiie.
KO T. A. l.t.lUH.V, Principal.
SODA! SODA
TE FOUNT, AT TUB CORNER OF BEAL
i and anond atreets. is now ready, being
newly lined and furnubed with
PURE ASD FRESH STRUP3
of fine flavor, and I certainly think can furnish
the BKSTSOUA that ever flowed iroma Fount.
7S i II KO. llURrl Kit, ururs-tm.
nighlj Important to Advertisers
OUR OWN "NEWSPAPER
Is Publisbed every Thursday, by
KT. tl.AIK and J AS. M. LAI KKSCE,
Under the firm name of
LAUKEIYCE BROS.
TN CONNECTION WITtl THE TAPER A
1 iramlinr and local Bonk and Ncwiair
Aceney hsj been etablihed. -We collect
and remit with every order." Publisher,
dcirins us tocanvaas for them will send spect
men copies to OUR OWN marked " P. X."
All important publications will be noticed in
the pape, under th bead Literary. Addreas
Afents and Publiihcrs.
eod-fln Poatotoc. Mis,
a .1. P.nnwV lalanf Pontotoc. Mia., wita
Mankaa Hrns . ail Main atreat. ia onr aothor-
Ued asent. Thoee wuhins to a.lvertiae or aub
arribe can And him at lb above men turned
The 44 Trenton Wccklj (.'azellc "
poblUhed in the center of Wast Tennessee,
knd in the most prosperous and populous eoua-
in West Tennessee, savi Shell y, anil is
oBcred to the boiineas men of Memphis as
The Beat AdvrtiaiBfl1iana
this aad of the f lata. It eirenlaUs ia aear-
all the counties wast Of th Tennessee river.
I. T. Ss. J. II. GjLaASH,
Edilcr aa1 Prprteler,
e4-M
'X H. MICOU,
Attorney - n.t - Inw,
53 l alaa Sir-!, eMalS laalelal
laart Ka,
MEMrni.
TEXNErS.
I 31 VI It
INtURANCB.
INSURANCE COMPANY,
nAUTTonD, conrr.
lNCUUroitATKI) 1N10.
ASSETS, JULY 1, Wh.
Cash on hand. In h'k and with a'ts t
United HtaU Stock ....-.m
sr.'.'.'n a
Of
4'V.il l
KenJ Kstste. uniluuilrd
Stat Stock,
Maw York Hank Stock's,
rinrtfnrd Dank Stock,..,
ru.iTii (i
SVil.HIO IK
1:t,msi Mi
JT :t.iaj7 M
Mianellaneoua Hank 8tocas..
Railroad tockrf. ete. .......
Mortsat-e llonits, City, Cooaty and
iuuiroaa.
i.mi.mn
Total.
LIABILITIES.
Louses nnadjusted aaj ot due...! 211.11 A
r at....,,,,. m , o,. . '4 , Jl
ncom for last year nt.- X,'.rit,:l W
A uaiiy ineomil say., v,3il n
Leas and et lienM f.Ml.'U ,
Tax aij, (lovernnient and Stat.- 17", IT HA
Total Ltes paid in 47yur..l',l:'7 1 III W
ry Mre.................7,'J( !,(si w
nlaad... . l.HK.Kn 07
Loss by Portland fir, July 4th.
IHR total aroaunt covered by th jfttna Poll,
ciea ea nmiwirtv tlaatnivc a. iJnmai.a.1 It
IXK.HM, on which aalvar will be about Cvv
percent. Onr total loss will not vary much
from s'Jifl.OU), and was premptly ail in sled and
paid. This turn ia five per cent, upon Ihe Com
pany's assets, a dure bnt sllshur erecadin.
our Government and State taxes paid last year,
or a proportion dual to a lo.tMJ loss for a com
pany af tlon.OU1 assets.
The necessity for inturanos and th valu si
wealthy, strong corporations is forcibly il
lustrated by this Are. Several weak inanranna
empa.:.loi ar destroyed. Portland has s
population ot Kvaju was handsomely built,
Biostly fine briik or stone structure, nrotcciad
and screened with upward of S,Uw) ,hade trnee
bounded on three sides by water indeed,
literally, almost risinc from tha oceanand
with a steam fire department vet It has till..
0"0,lno of property oonsumed in a few hours
)rfB a holiday when Its penile ar levjt oo-n-pted
from th very iniigniufan t ssusb of a
contemptible firecracker. .
Hemember tha tritlinr arlain of Urea that
sweep away in a few hours tha earn inn o'
years, t-onsuier your best interest and rive tht
Aitna A (rent a call if you need proper Insur
ance security. Pay a fair rat ef premium foi
a rood and rcnuin article, and with thee,
lisDts and speriences before you. unman
your insurance with ,hrwd Judgment.
Applications for insnrance promptly att ended
to by U. A. LITTLETON A CO.. Ar'ts.
no. a Mauiton street.
INHUltE
WITH
Lindsey & Vrerlenburgh,
Acants for th following Srst-cuss com pob lest
Homo Insuranco Company,
of r7w Yort
Capital. - - - - f 3.7f.,S03.
Socurity In3uranco Comp'y
of Now Yore.
Capital, - - - (tl.floa.7O0,
Enterprise Insurance Compaaj
Of Cinsinnah.
CapitAl s i s Sl.oon.iroo
PARTIES OESIRINd INSTITtANCE, EI
thr Kir. Marin or Hull, arould ido well
to call upon
LINDSET & VREDENBTJROb
Befora sffacting insuranaa slsewher.
No. II Maillson Ktrcot,
W-1 Vx Ptatrs. Memphis. Tenn.
NEW
Ice Cream Saloon!
AND
CONFECTIONERY!
J a. ROCCO .fc CO.,
Xo. 31.1 Main Street,
CO UN Kit OF MO Nit OK.
-
TCR CRKAM9, fiODA WATER, FRUITS,
A
and Confectioneries always on hand.
Keparal Kalooa for Ijidlea.
W
TUE OKOLONA ' NEWS,
O. I). WI.YSOX, Fdilor,
PtStslUbed n la Iowa ml Okal'oaa
M latk. every Tharwalay MaraiaK.I Z
'PniC NKWS 13 PrrLISIIKDIN ONK OF
I the mn.t Ihrivins towns tbe line ef the
M il ile tn.l Ohio railroad ; bar arar eae th"
sand rwA-lers, and is a valo.ible a.rcTtiias roe
linaa f..r M KM I'll IS W K lt ' II A N T-l. bo-
intHwta will M rreatly enhanr, in North
Miai'iptd by anakinc their baaiaeas knewa
Ibroarh its eolnmns.
h. A. lli A Co.. 40 North Court street, ars
imu for i hi, pair. od Kl
Tin: c.ni:Ai)i hi;.TiKr.
(EsaUube4 andcr t- m of Tbi Niri la
I. A. KIU.l0, rdllar sad prwa'r.
J JAS a'LARDB AND ISCRKASJKQ CIR
ratatioa la MtatUsippl. aod a, f th beat
Jiaat for Kami kit arr.-lanU toadrcrtiM
ia. b.3;a.1S
TRANtPORTATION.
QUCKKST "RoVf K f 0 NKW ORK
AND
All rrluilpnl NoHhfrn C'UIca
IS BY TUE
Memplits & Louisville ll U. Line,
HI'MMKB M'lli:il'I.KM, Jl'Ni:, lHflsJ.
DOUBLE DAILY THROUGH TBAIHI
RUN AS FOLLOWS I
T .... .,,. 1,1. V lUI a n. A.Afl n
Arrive at Loui.vli'e IH'tls.in, li:;nl p.ui.
iaillnapnlla..lo:iai a.ui, itiiip.lil.
" Cincinnati 12:ll m. I:MI p.m.
" Cleveland..-. t:'0 p.m. :.6a.m.
" lluffalo - n:KI a. in. . p.m.
M Nissara Fall, ,10:ii a.m. 4:5 uu.
" 1'itifburr S nila.Mi. In -IS a.m.
" llnltimore (1:11 p.m. I :il a.m.
" Philadelphia- Mil p.m. liWa.m.
" New York 7:4(1 p.m. n ixi a. in.
" lloston...la nitfiit. 4:UU p.m.
iwitn t rains souneci ler jxarnvitia.
The 4: (Ml p.m. counocl lor Cairo and Pt.
Louis, arrlrmi at St. Louis at 1:10 p.m. next
Tli rou ti-li TlclcotM
at reduceil rates ran re procured at Company's
OKIce, 1I?S Main street, and al depot, head of
of Main street.
Hisitako Checked at depot, or by the
Memphis city Transfer Company, at Hotels,
privet rsidneea, or on board boats, lo sll
principal puiuis Katt and North. .
HAM. II. JON KH, Superintendent,
A!U Jl ILL. Psssen.er AsenU 7!-t
MK.Urilis AND L1TTLK ROCK
Ilnilro:vd.
ON AND AVTKR TIIICSDAY, T11R HVrn
inst, a train will be run between llooe
fleltl and Kdinnndson's, until further notice,
on TUKSKAYS, TIIUKSIIAYS, b'ATUK
UAVS and SUNDAYS, as follows:
Leave Ilopefleld at ,...:S0 a.m.
Keturnlnf, learo Edmondson'sat...0:30 p.m.
Ferryboat " NEVADA " will leave foot of
Union street and connect with train.
EXCURSION TICKETS, sood for thro
days, sold at reduced rates.
TICKETS for sale At the followinr oflioet :
Memphis and Charleston Ticket Office, No. 278
Main street ; Memphis and Ohio Ticket OIHoe,
No. iil'i Main street: Levy A Millor's Tiuket
Office, No. 7 Jefferson ttroet.
JAMKS W. ROBERTSON,
fW-f ' floneral Rnperintendnnl.
HALF FARE.
ON AND AFTER JULY 1st, UNTIL FI7R
thor notice, visitors to the varioui Wtttcr-
inf Places on tha line of the
Jfemphia anil CbnrleNlon Rnilronil,
will be carried at HALF FARE. InkaSprinKs,
llailcy's Sprinrs, Vathermosa Kprinss and
Lookout Mountain, are all open for the recep
tion of visitors.
Hi w. .i. miss, ncn i p up r.
T1IK MADISON riONEEK,
A Weekly Hewmper, Pnlil lulled at
Hndiaon, Arkanana.
OEOROK L. BROWN, Editor and Proprietor.
A FIRST-CLASS MEDIUM FOR ADVER
tUn for
MKHCHANTH,
and others who dosir a trade from Eastern
Arkansas. Cash orders for advertising and
subscription promptly attonded to. Terms as
low at other coutliern papers. eoi-MV
THE SOMERVILLE FALCON,
3 THE ONLY PAPER PUBLISHED IN
the Wealthy and Populous county of Fsyetts.
It circulates widely In Fayetto and adjoining
counties, and is road by that class ofWpersons
who deajjargoly, and almost exclusively, with
Memphis, making it a desirable advertising
medium for those wishing trado from that sec
tion... 8. . A id I,. SPARKS
nd-in2 ' Proprietors.
GtIjASS.
I have) nt reeelved a larare Invoice
ol v liiilow IJImmh ol every hizo,
alao a InrKO atoek ot
Sasli, Doors &I.Iimls,
WHICH WILL BE SOLD
CHEAP FOR CASH,
341
"Ml
SECOND STREET,
Undor Oresnlaw Opora House.
G. QUACKENBUSH,
Successor to MoWILLIAMS A CO.
1'J-fWis
THE PANOLA WEEKLY ' STAB
IS PUBLISHED
jCrcry Salnrday Mornliiff,
AT PANOLA. MISSISSIPPI.
AND CIRCULATES TN A DISTRICT "F
cinnt'y entirely tributary to ileini'bis.
making it on ol in most
Vnlanble Adyerllalngr Metlinma
oflered to th Merchants of Memphis. Panola
. t. .fik. ImmI vn.nlhirftl Cftnnlifl
the Kouth. besides beinr one af the mnst
iwpulous. Trains run twice daily between this
eou
nty anil iiicmpni. Auveriisera win uuu
our
terms vaui ajoiv.
ddress "PANOLA STAR,"
ranaia.iiss.-.i
Commercial Hotel
RE-OPENED,
Corner Jefferson and Front Sis.
THIS WELL-KNOWN AND POPn.AR
lloial has been reBtwd and bb-Iv furnished
thrnurhiut, an will open en TIIlrHSIA,
.MAKCII &. l, for the reception ol (Beets.
The table will be ,up liJ wilh the best the
market ait'rui. Ana eaierer, nu. n m. .
. l i -1 v ii i i . .j . I. ll 1 r w.m F. I knn.R
fr. I "Bll -M t
suswaM. formerly of this ciiy, bat enore re-
eeatiy oi ine rvicnane iimm, m ,.,..-.....,
Va.. will lna ban.l. with a eorp oi
iiiTi, in psri'if ii' ,i,m-- w.... : .
onr-elve la atir ne-ta Born'orta!.. ana
al h'.wie. ana nav t:i iimi i ommrn-,.. ...
nxleem ita characlar as ne af th tt lloleu
i the city.
Kebedale af THrews
Day Doard, p-v moaih 5 eu
It.MU-.l and lwls aa. rev wee 11
Traraient Ooe. day "
... n r. rl.'TI tt U A V sill tM foaed IB
I ,1 I," I ." .T .l.
theOaVcaalatitimaa.
M ....a. " ' '
7 "aner.
lFlGMOV.A-eLs.
n'H" f:FFtr" ' r TH h 'iii'ivii! .v r
I KFR MSIVI KACUINK CuMTANY
ha, breai reaMVra l
Xa. l Mala Slre.
Otc Merer. Joywar, Laasoa k ' alef'. P
PRINTING
good wMiAioaichi
ronctnallty Ilrrorc All TMnps!
WHITMORE & CO.,
Proprietors of
TnE:'pUBLIC LEDGER
HTKAM
JOB PRINTING HOUSE
- No. J.1 Madison Rtre rt. 4
H
AVINfl NOW IN FULL AND COM
plat operation th
Book and Job Dcuartmcnt3
f this FXTKNfllVR ERTAHLISIIMKNT.
wo tasa nils bioio or rnllinir Ilia attention nl
onr patrons ami friends, and tha publiossiio
rally, U our N K W
Stonm Arrnnccincntsi.
This jfl!ca U now tha
LA 11 o i: S T
And Host Appointed
IN THE SOUTHWEST,
And fallv twtml in tnr In 11m V.mt tuvatA
lti fiuili(ice, for exocufinjr 1'iinting of cvorj
TarieLy anil in any color,
i
All Kinds of Work Excrnlcil,
. Either la
Plain or Ornamental Type,
Flaln Hlnctf, Colore! Inka,
GOLD LEAP AND BRONZES,
In'evcry mirnner known lo the profession, at
;oom ana aoroai"
BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS
Printed with new typa latent styfej.-
Ornamental, Plain acd Fancy I
Steamboat Printing;
In a manner unsurpassable.
INVITATION CAUOH
13.1 LL TICKETS,
Illuminated with tha latest ornauinLil and
bull room scocos.
CONST IT UTIOIS8
Printed la elegnnt styla.
Oor larga assortment of typa for
SnOW BILLS AND P0STEK8
Is not excelled In tha United Statm,
LARGE PICT0RIAL3
Can be as readily and cheaply done at this
oliico as they ar in th Kast, and la al
HANUHOMlS HTYLKi
W hava In our office tha
Now in nsa, together with
HTI3AM .TOIXIlIillfS,
Whioh nablos ui ta print
caiiiw axd;.iilTi-meads
WITH OREAT CELIRITT.
W biv a SPLENDID ASSORTMENT of
small Plain and f iucy Job Letters, suilal.fa
for
i rv i wokk.
Cosiness Cards and Circulars
In the) Beat Klvle, wilh suitithls en(jrav
inps represenlinf busineaa,
DIl'LOM AH
tat Schools and Collegaa.
Ptlntad Cqcal to Copparpla a.
rarJrsIar atta:ioa siv-a to
Ml liar j and CatHroad rtliWa.
MLANK JIOOliH.
ITita friare VaaA, Irareter wit rry kind
I I'laia aad raa Ur.. with diseatrB.
MEDICAL.
DEAFNiSSs CATAimn,
OONsUJIPTION,
Oancor Onrod!
1-
A "nwlTUB on DKAVNKSS. CA-
A tarrh, Coiisnapilnn '', tnfr I thlr
cause,, moans ,. eedy relief, aad ulllmal
cur. lira Pupllnf iba Acadmy or Mdl
ein. Pari,. Kent li any a.ld;os toe 10 cent".
Letter Iri.in lb' McMurdy. D.D., LL. I
Orand Prolate of tltnd Kncampmeul of U. B.,
and Kditorof tha .. VjawKm r
Nsw Yosa. pecuber 17. lf7. lr. Ktllw.ll
was in clisrg or (Jnc Church llnspltal, Alel
sndna. Va.. durlns h war- I frequently, al
inont dAily, for uiurail, visited this tloaeital,
and ha I every men of knowlns hia repnle
lliinfi,rrrimrVdSILl.. It waanflha
wot creditable oliari ler, aad bis success In
th treatment of pslikuts was remark able.
Robt. MeMuanr.
OltflANIO VlHKATOll.'
It Bis Into tha ear, I, nnt ptratplilU, re.
Movea n'nri'ar aoisc ia tht Acoil, and enables
dear Mirin,to bear dlaiiantly at ehnrch and
public assemblies. This iaitruinant will olten
iiroduoe results slmoat luita ulnus, and indeed
In most eases of Inns standing dearneiu, it will
mlieve In a abort tiiue. It may be adjusted
with th case of spectacle.
lir. blilwell will b pmfe.slnnslly at SI T.ri
Washington lace, University llnildinga, N.
Ydnilv, ID to I, esnept Tnesdays, when he
will beat bis looms, liltf Pin street, Phlla
delpbiajj'a. t'--t
" REEVES' AMBR0SIA
lOTt THIS HA-tll.
IMPJCOVEOt
it Is an elegant Drawing fur th Hair.
It causes th Ilslr te Carl boanvtfnlly.. ,
It keeps ths Fcolp Clean and Healthy.
It Invigorates the Roolsof the Hslr.
ItXorces the Eur and lieitrd to grow laiurH
satly.
It Immediately stops llair Falling Out.
It keeps ths Hsir from Changing Color from
Ags.
It restores Crsy If air to Ita Original Color.
It brings out Hair on heads that have been bald
for years.
It Is composed entirely of simple and purely
vegetable substances.
It has received over six thousand voluntary
testimonials of Its excellence, many of which
are from Physicians In high standing.
It Is sold in half- pound bottles (the name blown
in the glass), by Druggists and dealers in Fancy
Goods everywhere, at Oiy Dollar per Bottle.
Wholesale b7 Demas Barnes k Co.; F. C. Wells
Vk Co.; SohicfTolin k Co.. New York.
. VI-0 Vlll-S,
Bra ? S M
a
3
3 " M
TT IS AN UNFAILTNO KKMEDY IN ALL
I cases of Neuralgia Kaaiiilis, nfiea offectins a
porfwt euro in less than twenty-four hours,
from th uso ot no mora than two oa thbis
PILLS.
NnAtbar form of Neuralria or Nervous Dis-
eise ha failed to yield to this wonderful reme
dial agent.
Rrnn In Iheaeverest ensesof Chronic Neural-
gill' and Konoral norvous loiiinsetncnts, oi
mary years fiianuinir, aiieotina nio cuiiro nn-
ICIU, US UPO IHr I ICW Ulljn. u a n
the :itmo,t, always affords the most astonishing
rcllff, and very rarely fuils to produce a ooiu
pleto and permanent cure.
V. .n.i.:.. nn ilmM ft. ntliA malnrliila In tha
slitlitest dcitree injurious, even to the most
iK Iii-ate sy-tem, anu can alwaib oo iuiuu niii
PKrECT 8A-VSTT.
T. 1 1 !H .An.qMA n.a bv fnnnV flf
.v mi lima .iocii in iiiiii.v iii. .I ..j ... i - -
onr most eminent Physicians, who rive it their
unanimous anu unquauutu api'ruviu.
Rant by mail on receipt of price and poslsre.
One pnckai.-e,..- I Oil, PostiiKe ll cents.
Hixinckaecw . 6 " ?7
Twelve packages...-.. 00. " s3 "
Tit 19 t. ii t. 1...U aaaI !! rlrtnlAtfl
jiiHBOia ny mi wiiwwniw io,s -in
Drutrs and MediciDOd throughout the Umtod
KtattM, and by .
TIEXEB & CO., Sole Proprietors,
120 Trcmont street, Boston, Nans.
Sold by 0. VT. JONKS. Agents, No. 257
Main strer. Memphis. Tnnn. W-
SEASONED LUMBER.
non.OOO fU fiensoned Cypreaa) Lum
ber
100,000 t'l.Kenaonoil Foplnr I.nmberi
100,000 Nliinglcsi.
I II AVE ON HAND A LAKMK BiUUiv ui
seasoned
CYl'ltESS AND POrLAlt LUMBEB
of all dimensions, PTIiT,''. .TOfftTP. STHD
HTNd ItOAHDS rnd CLKAR 1 , 1 i M K It;, and
will sell at lowest rates for cah. Mill and
l.nmher Yard on Waif river. Immcliately north
of Hnyon (lavoso. IK1) 71 M. VKNABLK. .-
J. W. SANTAFEE'8
HOUSE BOOK,
ON TnRTRRATMKNT AND REMEDIES
for tbo euro of
Charbon and ether Diseases in Animals
sl.a.rnrtheCrBR OF COLIC IN THIRTY
MIN UTKS. and likewise the
I.ITXQ FEVER ATVI HOTS,
so fatal to work animals and loss to Planters,
in the destruction of the lives of
llarartt, Male, Oxen, Calller
mL flnallv, for the cure of diseases and mala
dies in all work and other domestic animals.
w,th a full He.criPtion of the Mclicine ana
Iteme.lie. ne l and aepHed In theenrenf Ihe
Ui.es.ea. bv J. W. HANTAFKK, . f Lnmsiana.
Price: Five Dollars per cpy. or Fifty 11
lars per dose to Ih tride.
4-Orilera aiililirwesl Ihla mlHr
vrrll reelv. nreiniil allewllow. S7-1II
To OnpitfviistHl
T IfAVB PKYFRAL I XK TI. PR
1 fected aid proved, th. valu ef which I am
willing to ana-ante to tie amount of nen
ent berrdrtalertal the county Records will
show In my aae. which Iw.lldvid. ceaally
w ita any retiUeasaa wb wilt famish tb money
U acu' their patents and Introduction. Or I
am willing to borrow th rcqnU t amount
(about IlKsuor f-W. aeeordim U patcataH
with both the patents and property for security.
My health f ebl. sad I Invite a visit from
rach gctlcme, tatbi. 'BrBT
KALvrca. Tr.. Jane 17. -
tth 2 "I , e- CP C

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