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Office. No. la Madlaon Hhrw. I.ARGFST CITY CIRCULATION. BY TELEGRAPH. HIDNIOHT DISPATCHES. WASHINGTON. WisHiNOTOS, January 26 This after- ' noon tba Maryland delegation 'n Con Kress proceeded from the Capitol to tba Executive Mansion to add their yoioes to the petition befora the President for tha pardon of Dr. Mudd. The President gave them encourage ment to hope that Mndd and other politi cal prisoners wonld be pardoned before the 4 h of March. General Hancock to-day appeared be- fore tha Military Committee of the Home, and waa questioned concerning the new army bilL ' Captain Eiison, of tha Ordnance De partment, wae examined to-day by the Dyer Court of Inquiry. Gen. Sherman telegraphs that CoL Evans' command, after marching twenty four days in snow and intensely cold weather, without tents of any kind, on Christmas day entered a large Tillage of Camanche Indians of sixty lodges, just south of the junction of Salt Fork with Elm creek, which was totally destroyed. The Indians attacked his advance, but were driven from their tillage with a loss of everything it contained, the women and children escaping by being put bur riedly on the horses of tha warriors, in tome cases as many as fonr on one horse. The village was very rich, containing over five tons of buffalo meat, one tbonsand bushels of corn, also flour, meal, coffee, sugar, soap, cooking utensils, mats, por flech robes, and the paraphernalia of a rich Indian town. Tha Indians kept up the fighting during the day, and the next morning there waa not mucb fight in them. Three enlisted men were wounded, one mortally. The number of Indiana killed is unknown. Col. Evans took tba main trail again on the 26th, which led west, but being out of provissians, except beef, had to give it up. The Supreme Court of this Distriet, in obedience ta an order of tba United States Supreme Court, baa rescinded the order debarring Mr. Bradley from prac tice in the court, but held that this, un der the ruling of the Supreme Court of the United States, did not restore Mr. Bradley to the Criminal Court from which Jud?e Fisher, expelled him; and it now makes a rule that no one sus pended in one eoart of tha District shall practice in any of the branches of the Supreme Court of thia District, thus practically leaving Bradley where he was before the United ' States Supreme Canrt israed the mandamus. Tha President to-day nominated Si mon Johnson, f New Tork, as Commis sioner to codify the laws, ia place of Caleb Cushing, resigned. The Republican Senators in caucas to-day voted not to confirm any more Dominations by President Johnson, ex cept in case of necessity. It is annonnced that tha citizens of Washicgton, without respect to party, are determined to have an Inauguration hall ST. LOUIS. St. Locib, January 26 A correspond ent of the Republican says a man named Fuller, who is declared to be a noted Chicago insurance operator, was arrested in Bnshuell, Illinois, by a United Stales detective, on tbe 231 instant, having in his possession $55,000 in counterfeit cur rency. FOKKIOX. St. 8tthm, N. B., January 26. List night a recently discharged lunatic from St. John's asylum, named Innes, killed his sister with an ax, and afterward com mitted suicide by ripping his bowels and stabbing himself in the breast. Hia mothor only escaped by fleeing from the room. Lodov, January 26 The Timet aays that if the ideas of McCnlloch, Welles and Washburn, on financial affairs, art accepted, the United States bonds will be on a footing with those of Massa chusetts. Tbe steamship Periere, which sailed on the 15th in it. for New York, retarned to Brest to-day in a damaged condition, having six persons killed on board, and several injured. N particulars. Pins. January 26. Later Bie Janeiro advices state that the Paraguayan army was totally defeated at Villeta. CoKSTAXTinoPLf, January 26. Tha Sublime Porte, in a cireular, denies the reports that have been extensively circu lated that Turkey is busily arming. The Sultan confidently expects peace as tbe result of tbe Paris conference. Madrid, January 26- The Governor of Burgas was assassinated yesterday, when about to take an inventory of the goods in the cathedral of that city. Tbe excitement waa intense, and the people generally sustain the Government. Many arrests rf suspected parties have been made. Hat All, January 26 Tbe United States Consul yesterday formally de manded of General Dulce the body of Samuel Copeoer, an American photo grapher, killed by some armed men be longing to the volunteer force; and also said he wished to be informed wbelber tbe Government was able to protect American citiaens, and if not, he told the Captain General then tbe Unite! States would be compelled to protect them. General Dulce .announced his regret at (he recent bloodshed, and ex pressed the boe that there would be no further trouble. The Revolutionists have withdrawn from the burnt towns. A portion of Val met Has forces were expected at Mon s.oe'lo on the I Oh. The cholera has totally disappeared from Motttnella. On Sunday evening a man was discov ered eltctrptitg to enter the department of Cantain Goneral Dulce, His extraor dinary conduct excited the suspicion of the authorities and be was arrested, and on making search, a concealed dagger was found on his person. He was sen to prison. i The general belief is that tho assassination of General Dulce was eon teoiplated. , , NEW "XOiiClC. PatroHxstP8ie. January 26 The safe of H. R. Morris, in Weirtzboro, Sullivan county, was opened at a late hour Sun day night, by burglars, and robbed of 8100.000 in one and ten dollar hills, lb tnlen 'jao.nev helomred to the town of Wamakotine. It YOU WAST A KI88. IAZK IT. There's is a Jolly Saxon proverb That Is pretty muh like this: Tht ama is half in heaven When be has a woman's kiss. Bat there's dsnger in delaying-. And the eweetne' may foriake It; So I tell you, bashful lover. If you waatt kiss, why ta It. Never let another fellow Steal a march on you in this ; Never let a lauehins maiden bee too spoiling for a kits. There s a royal way of kissin. And the jolly ones who make it. Bar a motto that is winning: If you want a kiss, why take it Any fool may face a cannon Anybody wear a crown Bnt a man mast win a woman. If he'd bare her for his own. Would yon have the golden apple. You most find the tree and shake it ; If a thing U worth the having. And you want a kis?, why take it. Who would burn upon a deert. With a forest smiling by 7 Who would giro his sunny summer For a bleak and wintry skj t Oh t I tell yon there is mania. And you cannot, cannot break it; For the sweetest part nf lovinc Is to want a kin and take it. DENTISTRY. DR. A. WESSON, DENTIST NO. SOS MAIS STREET, Opposite. Mansfield i Higbee'a Dreg Store. TH- PRESENTING! Mf" CLAIMS j JL : for a cont'nnanre of patronage toi a. noDle ta whom 1 nave so long been know (bavins practiced oyer twenty years in this county), I deem it, in a treat measure, onlv BMBuan to ive the location of my offioe, In . word. I am able to rive perfect satisfac tion in every branch known to the Denial Pro fession, at greatly reduced rates of charges. Particnlar attention paid to the regulation of children's teetn. Tbe Grand Trlnmpn! Langbinc; Gaa Bio Humbug! I have in my office now, in successful opera tion, on ot tne latest improvea meomncs known to the world for producing NITROUS OXIDE AND OXYGEN LAUGHING GAS. The par Gas emitted from this machine will transport, as it were, the patient to the dream land whila bainff robbed of the offending TAoth. without tbe slightest pain, and ia perfectly harm Ires m its enacts. mo Don't mistake the came nor place, as there are ' ther names in the Profession so near the same they hare been often taken for mine. So. 806 Main street. Ro. 306 Main street. lost A. WENSOJC. AL'epIj to tbe Cardef A. Wesson ts rmrji;it that thk public gene. I rallv mav not be misled br 'he most eross and trtlfut faiteneoat perpetrated br Dr. A. rt saeoa ta reply to our preeeuiog card, nitn aa relates not only to curself as an individuil and to the Mikpeii Dwtal Assocutios (to which w hare uae honor to belon.) hat also ti himeelf. We therefore fed calltd apon to -tilale. in an unmiitakab manner, the sort af character who has ao often atrumrd OHr name. and wiih whom we hare hid to bear for the past nine years la Memphis. In vindication therefore of eur en personal character and that of tbe VlmrHia Dotal Assocutiok, and b its permission ta eta tne miants ot its proceeding! relative to this matter. We here place before the pb:ie the following, tii: " On the l"th of August. 1667. the Mtxrsrs Dkvl Association met for the purp.ee i f takinr action in the ease nf A brier Wesson, as tirnwitlfid hv the Constitution and Kv Lawa. for unprofemionai conduct and malpractice." Caaaoa l. the said nr. A. non Baling been guilty of eanrisf to be published in the MemDhia Jvoetl an advertisement over hia s mature, the purport of which is not only un- prolewonai and degrading to me dimity ot our rotesslon. Dot eviuntiy nnudes tnerein to en nrtorable memherof this Sociitv. with intent and purpose to detract from bis interest. CniROS 2. For having electioneered with and influenced a lady to reject tbe professional serricee contracted fjr with anoth- of the i rofes ion, and secure bis (Wesson's) instead thereof. CHABoaa. For baring asniffierf the rams of anotarr member of the proles-inn, and oper ating for stranger patients and allowing them to leave biaoflicw under tbiea'ee impression, with aprratifme poorly performed, thereby tn jurina the reputation of oar professions! broth er, ant oDtaimng coin patronage ana money nn narfa'ee pri tenses. Cbargi 4. For haying asserted thtt he caret nothing for the flenial Society, that he (Wes- . J I.: : L . aon; reaervcu to utiuaen ion urai to laiB, eiec tionter abd advertise as his Judgment dicta ted, . tiAaoa o ror haring applied the most eim tent po4on to exposed pulps (or nerves), and then filling the troth without removing the devltaliaed pnlps (or nerves), thereby produ cing alvolar abtceu. CBAanc 6. Ft having roiHe a practice of osina nitric net J In rleaning teeth, and thereby Injuring aeoet teverelw the tooth structure. All ol tne aonre caarges peine fully sus tained tv the testimony of a number of wit- se'See, Dr Abner Wesson was granted per mission to make his delense, but having none to make, he was, be tbe rTeident of the So ciety, earnestly recommended to the element of ite members, on condition that he would apolcgi'e fir his conduct, and pr.-mise to re form. But he, through the most domed stub bornness, related to do cithers In e-nsauuecee ef whlob, the onlv alternative left the Associa tion waa his cxpuUion, which was carried by a MtaHMif vote of every member present. And this explaint the manner in which Abner Wee soq made the fortune alluded to in his card. (Tke way he loet it during tha war is generally very we'l known to tbe public.) And this also explains, in pari, kit ability to perform "cheap" dentistry. r rather (using nis own word') "do cheap work," of which e so much bouts. And for these reasons we have deemed It onlv just to an intelligent community, as well as for the Denent oi the more lenorant ani cresuloua of the eity and eeuntry, that these racra shoald be made known, and that the p-oceed-tags of tne Unarm ITL AssooiATInK should also be ma-ie known in the ewe of Da. A. Vso, wh-eh, through sympathy for Aiai. has ee long been kept from .he public: but w.-, ch. most clearly, brands the aoertion of Dr. Wiasoa as wilfully and maliciouely false, wherein be has said be w-e excelled from tlio Dental Association lecntie ke refuted tondkere to a fixed late of free, etc. ; aa no euck charge was ever preferred against him evere member being allowed thapririleve of regulating his own fees according to profes sional eervics rendered, and which tn, to our own personal knowledge, quite as low (end too o'tea mucb lower) than any other Dental Asso ciation or respectable members of i be profes-toa ia other eit'ae, nnlese it should be atony up theenanfyof wooden bams and bonegun-uiata, of which he ( Weston) se-ms familiar, aud Irom whenoo he cam" originally ; fir every one who knows A brer fft'i n personally, kaowi aim to be one of these very countrymen of th e Peru iiar eeripe. and to tke manor born. Krea the very ewe of hiyil.hi rapidpact. and nolubilxtu of speech, all hewry him. and are mirk t uc mietatable among our tea paop'e here aa the dietinct.on of tbe Anglo-ri race from any ether. Bat ell ibis shoo Id make ne differ ence, aa relatee to tbe mi-fortone of Dr. Abner W eeon's raHvity. It rB,ht not to f revM him from speairing the truth or being a gentleman. As to bit pereonal referenoe to ns or our MMiftrify. we will only aotiee that, so far as to remind Abner Wesoe thtt he is quite ao much niis:ekn in thia matter aa be sceaji to te often a to lieeet aaaie, for we ere 'oi eni by anceetry to t nativiiy have lived in the South ia infancy and manhood, a! wave ene-r-ingtoenreira name. And now, that we feH an apolory is doe the public me bavipg again called their attentioa to the diMrepanrieit ia the cards alluded to, and the eaipai.ia falae boodt he ;Weon) ba eo wilfn ly prrretrated therein, we shall now drop the suiievt. to gether with its orioin. end shall withdraw oar cards from pablic print, boring toaer-rtare oceaeioe again to thus pub irly no'ice a. Weeaou, whom we have most e rtrte .b'.em to b a slanderer, a charlatan and wilful faleifler of t'uib, and therefore irtist bia as unfit to be father ant ed by gentlemen. Vesy resptiuilv. Vim vrs.so'V. I). D 8. OSca wit J. B. Weeten. S.l Main street. V. ft. Far any faithrr proof a ta the strict arrectatee ef the rharces set f Tib, ia tins citd. we would raie- to the membe't of the atgarara Ds'Til Ass ciatios. W. W, COTTON FACTORS. OWEN, McNUTT & CO., Cotton and Tobacco Factors BKCEIVIHO. roaWABDIHO IXO General Commission Merchants, LEI BLOCK, UNION STREET, - MEMPHIS. TENN. WA1I Cotton, Tobaoee or ether Produoe consigned tons iniareu, unie. In struoicd. Bagging, nope nu u n m-k lies -)64 furnished at the lowest marxei pnoe. oo- r. V. STARLET, at. O. KIKO. I. H. gMITH. STANLEY, KING & SMITH, Cotton Factors iltD Commission Merchants S68 FRONT STREET, 8.V1S5 MEMPHIS. TENN. JOnif McLEXJTAN A CO., (Suc'rs to Ashe, McLennan k Co..) i COTTON FACTORS AMU' Commission Merchants If e. SSO FBOSTT STREET, MEMPHIS. - TENNESSEE. Sir B ageing. Rope and Ties furnished at the Iowet marset price. .1 t -U IS SEWINC MACHINES. GROVER & BAKER'S u ft t-m aa to a 6s3 CD H w fm an urn FAMILY SEWING MACHINES. Points ! Eaaelleaieei Beauty and elasticity ef stitch. Perfection and simplicity of machinery. Using both thxeadj'aireeUy from the spools. No fastening of seams by hand, and no waste of thread. Wide range of application without change of adjustment. The seam retains its beauty and firmness after washing and ironing. Betides doing all kinds of work donebyotJser Sewing Machines, these machines execute the most beautiful and permanent embroidery and ornamental work. rj-The very iiighest prise, THK CROSS OF THE LEGION OF HONOR, was conferred on the representative ef the Grover A Baker Sew ing Machines, at the Exposition UniverseHe. Paris, 1867 ; thus attesting their neat superior ity over all other Sewing Machines, Send for Circular. GR0YEK & BAKER S. M. CO aarj Itfiitn etreW. MUSIC. II. SEI2I1AUSE1V, DEALER IN Watches Nl'EOTAOLES, Musical Instruments STBIXeS, ETC ETC J24r Becond Street, Bet. Court and Jeffenon Street. Watehea and Mnatcal Inatrsjanesita tvpnlswel. 119 41 ABGEST, BEST AND CHEAPEST ASSORTMENT or Pianos and Organs F. KATZEXBACII, Ko. 117 Hals gts-eot, Hemphla, Tetio SOLI AUKT FOI Btelnwav A Sons and ether First-Class Piano Makers. Also ror Mason Hamlin s Cabinet Orrans, and their cheaper Metropolitan Organs, suitable for Church and Parlor. Every Instrument guaranteed for from re to ten years. OncD bKCOND-HAND PIANOS from 1100 totsnn. e-uKRT MUSIC and MUSICAL MERCH ANDISE generally. ihamm made to order. Send for Descriptive Catalogue and Price l. TO.e JJVE JCHT KECEIVED l'O barrels Stonewall Flour, 1200 barrels Flour-all sradeg, JOCbarreU WhUky. 100 barrels Mess Pork re ll wsiaar, ' 800 boxes, halves and .uarters Candles and Soap, WiObacs Bran. Tbe above rnuit be sold before the river opens, to make rooa for ether Goods, new aitiiil transportation. K. B. TATLOB ex CK, - m t7 Frowt u, Mvophl, Teae. ASHBEOOK & WHITE, (Sueeetsors to Oeo. Phlller A Co. J SEALERS IN FUIIS, DCER SKIMS, -AND- HIDES, Adaana Street, Wtwesa rrnt Bw sstsei vsaicr Slreel (aert SMrCaak noli tar RUm- mmA Timor Fkin. 10 1 1 12 M I IV gj- rr O IV 9 s FIEE ARMS. sy lite) Trstele) 41 rally. A Liberal Dlseetsat to Deal era. ao.i ." raraUbrf V. a. vermweKt. A rear. Kaw. Bell, Pillee aa4 PeeVat Revel- v. r- Kepeating ani V et rvket fie-nlsaa i".-vw,i,i mrwrivenntt, siwtr ibMia4aa4 B'r lin H'lt I. I giolel L-l IUe.JIew Tee'k. TRANSPORTATION. Memphis and Arkansas Elver 1 racket Company. THE ELEOANT PASSENGER - vITS Psoket THOMAS H. ALLKN.iJiilliSCC built expressly for this Company, has now taken her place In the Line, and hereafter the following Boats will leave IHeoinnis aa aereto fore, MONDAV8 end THURSDAYS, at fits o'olonk p.m., and retnrning leave Little Rock MONDAYgaudFRIDAYS at lOo olooka.m, TIIOMAej II. ALLEJf, REESE PRITCnARD,.............-Master W. A. CALDWELL, R. L. HAINES... . ...Master. OZARK. H. BLASDELI." """Master. Connecting at LTTTtiE ROCK with the Com- rtanv'a New ana Lilgni-lrBUSMi racaeia vj Fort Smith. Close conaeotlons aaade both ways I AMERICAN, J. W. WILLIAMS." Muter. TAN BTBEN, JAS. BOWLIN.... . -Master. FORT SMITH, JOS. BENNETT, " Master. Ill nf tba above boats were built expressly for the TRADE, and are particularly well adapted to it. Paesengers and Freight will be put through by this Line to all points on the Ariansas nver witnout aeioniion auu av i annahl rat.A. AH person, shipping freight from any point north or east of Memphis should have their goods consigned to Memphis and Arkansas Biver Packet Company, at Memphis. Mor- ohandlse snipped trom new uneans sdouiu do consigned to Memphis aad Arkansas River Packet Company, Nnpoleon, Ark. Freight reoeived at any time at the Com- pany-s omce. .,.. JJlX2i v. nuamo, rreeiuauiw T. A W.N Dill. A.ent. 7S-t Office, S04 Front street, Moeby Block. Regular Memphis, Osceola and uenas racKei. OKO. MALONT? Matter, F. S. GO.STKR.MAN.......Clork, Leaves Metnph's Tnesdays and Fridays at tv o'clock p.m. For freight or pssaage spnly on board or to at KU AilU B. 114-14A rtgcnw, Memphis and Little RoGk RAILROAD. OPEN TO MiDISON. Overland Route to Little Bock. n AND ArTKil HBUaiBUll, oar J tember 2, 1868, the train on the Enatern jiviinn ai tnia man win run reirui&riv aa iui IOWB1 ..... . . Gome WI8T Leave Hopeneld Monday, Wed nesday and Friday, at 7.80 a.m.,and arrive ai ainaisoB ai i o cioos p.m. CeiiiHO East Leave Madison Tuesday .Thurs- 1 Q. IV.11A . . m-miw . . nay ana C3&iuruny b.ui.i .n". Bopefield at 1 o'cleck p.m., and Memphis at 1:80 p.m. . . . ine rerryDoai uliaua iw? iu. iuui w Union S'reei at I a-ul. i nma u iriiwmwB wir nect with the Stage L'ae between Madison and Dnvnll's Bluff. Mr Passengers leering; Memphis at 7 a.m. arrive in Little Rook at 4 p.m. next day. Tickets for sale at all the Railroad Ticket OfiVeiu tbe city. rreiKQia lor jimuiBnii wr ear e IJ.UUU. i rr- ecived byP. M. PATTERSON A CO.. at their k t 1 . fn.t .f 11 h!a. ...ul i reigni so way aianona man aa iiropauu. Orrica or Road 12 Jefferson street. fi. R. P.BAIIMONT. 15S-t General Snnerintondent. Grand Trunk Ballway or Canada AND Honfroal Oeesus Stcsttnablp Company Ttaronarta Frelfbt Line. FIRST-CLASS STEAMS ITIP Saiisna; torj Csturdaj to LlWrpool. From PORTLAND in Summer, And MONTREAL in Winter. THE UNfER9I3NKD AVIWO BKEN appointed Agent, for the above Line, are anthoriiod to grant Through Bills Lading from Memphis t Liverpool and Olasrow. The at tention ni snippers is caiiea 10 tais nuuia, vr which the delava and exaessire transfer oh urges incurred at 'he large ports are entirely avoided. Bills ef Lading contain through rates, covering 1 1 i r . i . . . . .1 : . ' - .1 n , an cnargee irom meoipaia iu tue snip e.i.n.& Liverpool, and low rates and quiok time are guaranteed, ruieen nraiiiav ouibuibuik. now in the Line, making regHlar trips on Sat- 1 -f ...l. B..1. Pm;.I.I. I n . rl nrl fpAIII thO UIU.J Ul CC'U ..wen. x .. iwauui. ..vu. - CarBnn dnc.k direotlv Into the vessel. a.ansvv..a n nni,niii . MOeWltT TBRUUOll HSVLiris given V muniy' TKITNK RAILWAY. For Katca and infor mation apply to THOMAS TROUT at SONS, Agenta, JTo. tOH Front at.. Memphla. 134 OM1NIBTJ8 LINE. OPPOSITION TO MONOPOLIES. HAVING RETIRED FROM THE FIRM nf Paiteraan. Keck A fn.. since October 22. lft'8. we have established an independent Omnibus Line, and will convey pa-sengers to and from all the depots, hotels and river at our old rates (twenty-five oente). for each passen ger, including ordinary baggage. Please do not buy tickets on tbatrains, as we are not allowed any privilege on any of tbe roads. Spenial attention given ta ail calls left at eur Stable, .No.JW Second street, oetwoen Union and Beat. Fine Horses and Buggies for nlra. We sell and buy stock of all kinds. Drove stock on hand and for sale all tbe time. Sample room for storage for merchandise of all descriptions our lire-proof liable buiioing. 17-141 KECK BRO. G03UYEAB & FALLS, Druggists and Apothecaries tSl Main Street (Walker Block). Four doors north of Madison St., ARB NOW READY TO SUPPLY THEIR customers with l'rogi, Chemicals, paints, i. Dye Stuffs, Brushes, Perlumory, Fanoy Good a, etc., etc. Our PaMcaimov Ukpixtmsiit is oempieia ith all the necessary appliances, and stoeaed ith Pure brura. Chemicals. Extracts, reein oid and fluid; and will be controlled by competent and practical Pharmaoentists. We invite Phy sicians, Planters, and all persona interested, to call and eee u. We Intend making the Prescription uepnrt ment, end furnishing Physicians, Planter and amlllte. a special! r. t . i . i . . . i ..Til I T TWTTa DTC1 V nemeBow me i nn u a 1 1 ' . i o&vnr.. fl M aiu st four doora north of Malisop. lt The Southern Advertiser. (EsUbliahed la 1SS8.C Leading Organ of tba German Popula tion ox uo oonicwMU LOUIS WUIOEBKAI, Xiltor and rrop't OFFICE Co a. Taiaa a Jsrraaaoa sra. In FoetotSoo Building, Womphla, Tann. IT9 icawdinr'v Urge elreulatloa through out ibe eity and Male off erf bu'ineee mes aa evrelleet epioTtnity to Bake their basinest knew te tbe tboaaands e( Deraui living is aie tin f (. enwtr o r Halo BM.F3 NAvTioAKCM. ft bble F'reClav. 100 V bble Roaeoiia e and Lee trill a Cem nt. to ai Kafir wfirh PvtAt-'.ea. 'erp,-t'g. l'J No. 34 Wubjv. strwet. INSURANCE. iETNA INH. CO., OF HARTFORD. COnTBf. rapiial and Aa fr$5,ooo.ooo aia, over rTlHB XTVA INSURANCE COMPANY 18 1 tne Trustee of Ite Fatrons to an extent tan tola greater to an or its own BtooS-aoiaors. In aa Tear It haa Paid for Fire thousand (6000) Dwelling Houses and eon tents. Twenty-two hundred (22C0) Schools, Ch arches, and Colleges, Ettht thousand (8000) Htnres and Merchandise Forty four hundred (4400) Mills and Manufac tories, Twenty two hundred (2200) Shipments by Lake ana niver, making a total oi losses paid, . . as.eoo.ooo. Fir and Inland Havlg-atlon Rlaka. " Asenoies In a'l the Prlnoipal Cities and lowns in in unitea states. Applications for Insurance will be promptly aiieuueu io. II. A. LITTLETON, Aa-nt, 7-t N-S!' Madison street. 0 0 0 0 0 n !!&! a ml e kal I 8 bl e,'jQ H 5 h 5 5! " 9 to SS Soo 'A o aai s H 5 H 5fi a I ' H s8 at jr'sJ a. 59 i2 S S sal t& Jd tact: an 0 a m m o. .a 2 aa C ft. -J W 2 fa o O ft 0 CAPITAL, - $1,000,000 Security, by Law or tbi Btati of uhio, - vuuj Enterprise Ins. Co., OF CIWCINNATI. THOMAS SHERLOCK, - PuasiDieNT. Dlrectorti R. M. Jlishop, of R. M. Bishop A Co. i Tbeo. Cook, ef Baker, Hart A Cook t J rseph C. Butler, Pres't Lafayette Bank ; L. R. Hull, ef Aeldy, Hull A Co. t A. 8. Winslow, of Winalow A Smith ; C varies Tt ule. of C. Rule A Coleman ; Adolph Wood, of Adolph Wood A Co. t John Bhillito, of John ghillits A Co. A. D. Bullock, of A. D. Bullock A Co. : Ti. T. Woodrow. of Woodrow, Mearg A Co.! Allen Collier, of John Bwasey k Co. I L. A. Harris, ex-Mayor of Cincinnati ; James Olenn, of Win. Olenn A Sons. W. B. CASS'LLY. Vice-President t W. M. RICHARDSON, Secretary: J. DiWALDEN CHUROUILL, Supervisor. R. V. TREDEX BURGH, Aarent, 79-t No. ga Mailton St., Mamrihls, BANKING. H CO CO W EH Fm O M EH d EH I M i Q CO UJ EH 1 CO o EH i i 25 W m EH a a aa V ta tt . cj m 22 S mt rX3 cS PS U to n fit -H o -? o Hi tr, W a . 2 S e u mm m. rr mt t -tl Q Ft aa " y. i v. Pw o e5 - tmt (4 o ft mm m Cm w a a b3 ft -n S5 LS mt r3 td a o tomt mH S3 o 125 v-w . H. TOBETi ED. C. KIRK, Cashier. President. CITY BANK, (Lat Mom. City Bar. Inatt'n.) Cor. Jefferson and Front Sts., TRANSACTS A General Banking and Brokerage Business. DEPOSITS In coin or enrreney re ceived aabjeet to Chock, aa In all retjnlar Ranks. I SITE REST PAID only on Tlmo De poalta. LOABTS nea;otlat4l on Approved Col lateral. ORDER for tho I' arc has or Sal of Hloeka, Bond or Cold promptly a rented at tho Hew Tork Board on Liberal Comnslaslon. SPECIAL AITEXTIOX lven to Use Parehaeeand Sale of Son f hern and Mlscellaneon Seenrltlem. COLLKCTIOKS tasado on all point In the raited State and Canada. 1W-1! CAKTEIt C. JACKSON, (Foraerly with Worm el ey, Joy A Cet JJA3 JUST KECEIVED A LAROX STOCK JeaklnaTtaealTeaeuat Philadelphia Prleea, Tlrctala Ssnokln aad Cbewlna; To- area. Family Roo Herrluga, Western Reserve Batter, Eanra, Cblekoaa, Potatoea. And ererjt'.ilnr needid In the way of Family MpPlie". CALL AT 59 ADAM- 8IHKKT. BaTWKE.N 6KC0ND ASI TU1RD. Hoods delivered tree ef chars to all pert of the eity, 71-t Lump and. Nut. Aprksh srrPLT op thr bt:ft PITTS Bl HJ LUMP ASD MT Of K WJ.xf emrm aiiH for sale ly the II ATrftOAL ryM-HANT.Hmoe.lJ1-, Mad.ea etreef, or W. . UURION, Aseat, N. IA Maia etreeC 11 PRINTING. GOOD WORKCASH FRICIS Panctuallty Before All Things WHITM0RE & 00., Proprietors of THE PUBLIC LEDGER JOB PRINTIN0 HOUSE N ). 13 Madison street H Avrsa now in full Aitr; com plote operation tn Book and Job DeDartmenta f this KXTKfSIVB E8TABLISM MKNT we take this wi ll nf oallln-the ttt'ntioa ol onr patrons ai.1 Irienrtn. ad tne punc rena raiw, o our H n w Steam AfrnnaeinontH. This oAs ts now the LAROES T And Best Appointed IN THE SOUTHWEST, And rally eonsl to any in the East aa retards Its facilities for xeontin Prlntin of'ererr variety ana in any oo lor. ill Kinds of Work Executed, Either is , Plain or Ornamantal Type, Plain Black, Colored Inks, SOLD LEAF AD BKOVZXB, In'every manner known to th profession! at suds ana nnroaa BOOKS JLUfD PAMPHLETS Printed with now typo latest stylos. OrnamsntaU Plain and Fancy Steamboat Print Inn- Is a manner nuarpassahl. INVITATION CAHUH ao HA LI TICKET, niaminated with the latest ornamental aad ball room aoene. CON8TITUTION8 Printed la elegant ttyl. Oar lart aatortment of type for i SHOW BILLS AND POSTERS Is not aioelled In th United State. LARGE PICTORIALS Can b as readily and cheaply don at this mo as tney ar ia u lust, aa in as H ANI1HUMK HTYLEt We hav la ear offiot th Larirest Slae Preases Now in as, together with HTEAII JODBEBS, Which onable at as arlnt CARDS ASH BIIX-HEADS WIIH 6BIAT C1LIRIII. arm have a SPLICNRTD AflRORTMKNT at small Vlaia and faaay Jeh Utter, saitabf lor PINE "W OH. Ko Cosiness Cards and Circulars Iu tha Best Stylo, with anitaWo nfra- ings raproaonung onamew DIPJjOJIAB for Seaaolt aad OoIWea, Prlntad Equal to Copparplas. rartlealar atteatiea ttvea as HlllUrj and Eallrosd rrlntlns. HLANU HOOR8,' With nrlated hettdstoeeher with every kind f flala aad f eaey Werk. da ailA auaatoa. PUBLIC DIRECTORY. ADUUKZ CHAl'KL (MKl'HOOIt XhCOil Hernando and Linden streets. V KfV'.0, A MACHINIST AN1, l8cal Faotory, Wl Main street. Bueclall given w renairina scales. KM t .t tun 1 ' . .. 7 7" . . . ". - . 7 ' 1 . ,.ii.on urmit, memrtiis. i II I VI UvniL.timi . .. . ..... t nALV AHY CUOHCU (.EpTsCOHAM.COR: '- w..".. uituipji!... iv.V. UT. w nitc. "IKNTRAL MKTI10DIRT CUUR(JuTTi Kj Union street, Rev. W. M. Patieraon.ntV: i r.5'i8JiAM CUUKCU, COR. LIN Lit, if ana Monroe sts c W? HhA ?.DvTO8BYIKKIAN ... .t pgQona M(1 Tnird D KAN k CO, WM.. 198 AND lUiUpriPI.a u .r'. 'tealrrs n Crooeri.. T," '. "" DIOKlNriON. llLlAUaaTwHUs Factor. 10 Front street. w,Jo F.8r.'lK:,!8AiO..MARBLK-iV0RK3 tdamsaridSecond sts. -a A uiru PbroaiB. (TnJtSFA01.1 iEPISCOPAl ), HEK t T n.mlo .treet. I,et. Pnptotoa and Vance. M iuwr.i.l. ANDKRunN tTuiw ,..n lYorm.nTanrl FO Union. Offi-. No. 278 Main sU. Bethell ltVoc"A M filV!0",10 HAILROAD DEPOT. PV.''wt1?" ATTORNEY AT v Te.V. ti t50l0,to'' n Bankruntcy. Office. y-..lConnhonse,eor. Union and 8ond sts. 1 iOHTOFFICK. COR. JEPFERMNrASFb L-l irlj'rgtgi R- Cfiist, Pcmnrier. R RUSSELL'S VbfVATK mTdtcTiTdtT ronsarv. Mind VortS Ca"i.irht DIbm JJaia. Mill. 212 Adfm. srrtViaf t0.?1, CCI1ABEL ACO.. DEALERS IN RTOVEHl C Tinware. Grates. Mantels. 527 Main s tree,; s COTT, O. W.. DEALER IN sTOVkS: j ii..r. cc.i nrcncu Klnte cur. O CRUOOS I A DUNO A N, ATTORN K V S-AT" H Law. 63 Bnion street. Memphis. Term, t S'SSlJ-8' B,JJ4 f.- PURE WINES, ir wnieifies and Brnndies. 254 fiennnil CECOND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Cv cor. Main and Ileal streete. SOUTHERN LIFE f NSIIR 'NOEHOMP'Y'. - 17 Madison S'reet. F. M. White. Vr.i,l.r,t QT. PETBR'SCHURCH (CATHOLIC). COB. t Adams and Third streets, ST. MARY'S GERMAN CHURCH (CATil OLIC), oor. Market and Third streets. OT. LAZARUS CHURCH (EPISCOPAL), Cr Madison street east of Third. ST. MARY'S CHURCH (EPISCOPAL), Ponlar street, near Alabama. rPGBAOCO AND CIGARS A LARGE AND I superior stock at Thurmond, FosterACo.'s Tonaeeoniers, I Monroe street. w AD It, U. k CO., BOOKSELLERS AND w HITMORK k CO., STEAM JOB PRIW - tore, is ftieatsnn srreet. rEOMANS. 8. P. ATTORN BY AND 8')-li-ltnr. Second at . eew Greenlaw Rl'v STOVES. T. S. JIIRES, AGENT FOR W. O. DAVI8 & OO.'S Cardinal and Favorite COOK STOVES, ARO Diij.ia (It 0 BITES, TINWARE, COAL Oil, I. All PS, ETC., ETC. Booffista;, Gnttorlns; and Steacll Cat tins; Promptly Exeented. 388 Second Street, MEMPHIS, TENN. fO 1M GEO. VV. SCOTT, (Successor to JUKES A SCOTT.) sots esT roa G. F. FHIejr'B Colebralod Cook Stove, THE PLYMOUTH E0CE. EVERY 8T0VB OF THIS MAKE IS uaranteed to bake well. Thoy are beyond any doubt Tbe Best Store In the Market! I have on haad. at wholesale and retail, a Cood supply of LAMPS, COAL OIL, AUB0SA OIL. HO. SECOJTD MTBEET. nrHara for StancU Cuttinc will receive arompt attenUon. lt No. ,A fewiMl 'rert. FRANKLI TYPE F0U1VDRY. ALLISON, SMITH & JOHNSON, LETTER FOUNDERS, eiHCUeWATI, OHIO. IfY PATrtnas AS.) ALU WHO WISH i 1 in have Pianos and Oraans tuned or re paired be me. in a eaperior and workmanlike man.er. will r'ease leave their erlers ' CLARK'S JEWELRY STORE, or at No. 10 Second street, and MOT at Mr. Kattenbach-'s Malic Store, as I have no connection whatever with that establishment. H. ti. llOI.LK.MJKKU, 16-141 Ptaan and l'r4 Maker. DR. IICSSELL'8 Dispensary and Imfirmary, lIHrais, TEXaTEHKEE. DR. RFPSaLL 8 DISPENSARY AMD tnflrmarv. the larret and oldeet inttu- tinm ..f th. kititt inxth. 8athweet.es'ab:iehe.l in 159. pleasantly lonaud at Sot. n and 42 Noria sice I tosn rqaarr, .vemfois, lenoea see. te epea for th. reception ol patieats deeir los treatment and thecomlorteof a home while reeeivina- the nme. Patient al.o trea'ed at the oflioe or by letter, if desired Hh.amali-m. Nearalai. Goat. Paratys:s, Deafneae. File, Conenmvtian, HrrVlts, bam Disev rSpennatarrhea. Impoter cy, and a'l the diseases arieioc fraia the in-' cr-tion tif yoa'h p.rmantly cnrt. Alee,, Chroiic Ilia one ia a'l ibeir fnrme effectaal.y cuted at th abev namd Inetitutio. v pl. n l as at, u Lonsaittnc I nvsie an. rTratiee oa Chronic ltisea.cj la niihel bum om application. 4V Lx ' ssatC, " ntfrlaa. CaSa a-nl aw -Jaa.