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Hr MOORE, Aa-ent for the J3tna Life Insurance Company OF HARTFORD, CONN. Cwh Asset, over $13,000,000! The Georgia Home FLre Insurance Company OF COLUMBUS. OA. Cash Assets, . $168,071 42! The State Fire Insurance Company OF NASHVPLLE. TENN. LATEST TELEGRAMS. struck, as so much for freedom and acainst despotism. He occasionally en countered indignities and arrest from Radical officials for the plainness of his speech and the utterance of his truly national sentiments. lie construed the Constitution strictly, and venerated the government of our fathers, but had a suureme contempt for the innovations made by radicalism; viewed as most re- Expedition Organized Against VperJaJa te the Ledger, AXKKlOil FSt ASSOOIATIOIt, VI S. f. YHLSOgAPH OuarAVT. FIXIBUSTEIIING. Mexico. Former Officers of the U. S. and Con federate Armies at its Head. Capital, $200,000!' Office: 291 Main Street, ' with the Savin-. Baak or Mens phi. PUBLIC LEDGER. OfflceiNo. 13 Madison Street. J. J. DUBOSE.. Editor MEMPHIHi Wrdnndsr Kvenlnr. 8. 1870. Mr. Thomas Tardrew, of New York City, ii authoriicd to act a Northern advertising agent of the Public Lidgkh. S. II. Parvin, General Advertiting Agent, Cincinnati, Ohio, ii our duly authorised agent to contract for advertisement. Hudson, Menet A Gay, 133 Dearborn street and Barnhart. Bros. A Co., 74 Madison street. Chicago, will contract for advertisements for tbiB paper. ' GOVERNOR'S VETO. Nasiivim.k, June 8. Governor Senter has given out that any law to repudiate any of the bonds of the State will have to be passed by a two-thirds vote over his veto. lie also says that he has never issued bonds to ny railroad witnout nrst tinvinir the nninion of the Attorney Gen eral of tin State as to the legality of ' issuing them. Our Governor, then, proposes to put in active use at an early day his veto power lately granted him by the new Constitution, to protect himselt ana friends in a fraud perpetrated on the ' people of the State. He must be aware in signing certain railroad bonds that the statute, under which they were to be issued, was grossly violated. The conditions were that a given amount of , grading should be done on these roads and the iron put down before the compa nies were entitled to have issued to ihern the State bonds signed by the Governor. This condition in several instances was not complied with, as is shown by the report of the joint select committee of the Legislature, appointed to investigate the affairs of the railroads of the State. It is now proposed to protect the tax paying part of the community by refus ing to pay these obligations wherein the State would not be held legally bound . r i . oelore a coun Ol luw. denier rea bi ' the bare mention of such a thing by the Legisluture.and swings aloft his shillelah, threatening to strike the measure on the head. If the blow should descend it must be a very light one, as the power of the Governor is exceedingly limited. Heretofore, in bur State, the Executive . was not irranted a veto of the laws passed by the Legislature, but the late (Jonvention thought it best to alter the Constitution in this respect, which now requires that every bill passed by the General Assembly shall before iU be comes a law be presented to the Gov for his signature, it he ap- it he shall sign it, and the shall become a law: but if he GENERAL ESCOBEDO IN THE PLOT. A Grand Movement on the Halls of Montezuma. , -, , volting what they bad accomplished, and had little hope of a speedy reaction to overthrow theif ill-gained power. He thought the time would come, however, when the Old Harry would claim" his own, and the Radicals be compelled to answer for the misdeeds done in the body, the grossest of which was their vile conspiracy against our free institutions. WAS THEXATENIHGS 15 EUROPE. The late immense orders for supplies from Europe is ominous of the coming storm upon the continent of Europe; it The New Government to be Handed is as yet, a speck upon the political hon- Orer to the United States. son Of Europe, but may assume gigantic - r proportions sooner man man, o. . au- Njw York, June 8.-A special to the ticipate. The great struggle for balance , , . , Brown.vil. Tex. of power between the East and West, B has been ooe of the greacausca of the 8gajn8t The eaderg war-likeills of Europe for a century. 0f the expedition are to be of the former ilapsuiirg versus iiranacnourg, may set- nfn-p ; friB it;,bi s,tjl. .n,1 rv,. tie their claims, and with the French federaU, armiegi It i gUted tllat Rose Eagle, unite m a common cause against crang asgumeg .upreme COmmand. The the Russian Hear, .trance wishes to hett(, .,..,. , ... mnBni.nt . : . . Tl I 1 . 11 a . .. iT I - " absorb Belgium ami extend ncr .rentiers N Yo.k. A aubordiaat6 deoart- . a m . w- 11 ' to the Klime. itussia wouiu mane a ment8 ; Philadelphia, Chicago, St. dinner ot lurkey.and cure mis stcK man Louis New Orleans, Houston, and other oy romng mm in me ermine am. sau.e placeg. Gen. J. Bankhead Magruder, the of Cossack polity. Russia would move commander of New Orleans, is play west, and the great continental powers ing a prominent part The pAnd pag. mustun.ieio cnec uer, auu i..u. ,ftge over the Rio Grande into Mexico serve the balance ot power, or eise, occurg twQ monthg h(mce away with the present map oi Europe, It u Mij thftt Escobcd0i comrnallder and let ns have new lines, ino united ofthe Mexicans, and Rosccrans came to SUtes may be interested; Kussia was an understanding whereby, for 4 consid tor the Union; thus aiding in checking erati0I,, the former permits a successful the advances of her western rivals, which cr08S:n- Th cki...,.,--- ara to cnter could alone be done by giving the United e country in squads as emigrants, and Stales oneness of power. But will not Escobedo Jg to withdraw the Mexican the commercial and immediate relations tr00D r Q the borders to enable the ofthe Union with the West be a 8trohger expediiion to enter orKan;ze and adI nniauponuncieo.nl. uu" vance as a military force. A collision ZwXLw " then tkea Place, and Escobedo break. m ana retreats in utter contusion, and is POLL TAX. then to aid the 'filibusters in conquering Alter discussing a bill in the nouse to the conntry and establishing a eovern provide for a poll-tax on colored males, ment w;th Rosecrans, or some one else. for 1870, it was referred to the Judiciary at the head, which government will be Committee. We do hope that our legis- turned over to the United States author- Iators will have the good sense to adopt i ties. a poll-tax conformable to the Constitu- thousand claims, and which yriir occupy bve years in their adjudircrion. Private dispatches, received from Ore gon by Senator Williams and others state the election is very close, it being im possible to foretell the exact result. is judged from the best information that the Democrats have carried the State ticket, electing. the Governor, and that the Republicans have secured a legislv tivo majority of two or three on joint ballot, assuring Mr. Williams re-election to the United States Senate. Owen county, which two years ago gave 150 Democratic majority, now gives the Re publican ticket 400. Democratic major ities have fallen off throughout the State and the Republican vote increased. INDIANA. Episcopal Com venlo E (uuei rarij lor ah s.ohib. Indianapolis, June 8, Two hundred and thirteen delegates will be in attend ance at the Episcopal State Convention here. . ' .- . ' .', The Indiana Eclectic Medical Asso ciation held their sixth annual meeting. The number present was small. , . The membership fee has been reduced. An excursion "party, over the Now Vandalia road, left for St. Louis this morning, and is composed of mayors and councils of several cities, State officers, etc., and is being made quite an event. They will go to Louisville and return by Chicago. ' MINNESOTA. tien, and that no discrimination may be made, as none was intended. It would be an easy thing to fix the tax at one dollar per caput, and let it remain there until it should be deemed necessary to J em or prove same refuse to sigu it he shall return it with his objections thereto, in writing, to the House in which it originated, and said House shall cause said objections to be entered at large upon its journals, and proceed to reconsider the bill. If, after such reconsideration a majority of all the members elected to that House shall agree to pass the bill, notwithstanding the objections of the Executive, it shall be sent with said objections to the other Houre, by which it shall be likewise re considered. If approved by a majority of the whole number elected to that House, it shall become a law. It may be found out then that Governor Senter does not possess the extraordinary power of requiring a two-thirds vote of each House in favor of any measure, be fore it can become a law. A simple ma jority of all the members elected to each House is sufficient to make a law, re gardless of the signature of the Gover nor. And, as to his signing the bonds after consulting the legal opinion of his Attorney General, that of itself, amounts to little. It is required of every citizen to understand and know fully what the statutes require of him, and ignorance of the law ex cuseth no man. We have our doubts as to the Governor being at a loss to under stand the plain wording of an enact ment that a schoolboy may hare read, perfectly comprehending its meaning. Senter will be shown to be in with the corrupt "railroad rin,t," or having been duped by designing members of that body who have made false representa tions to 1iim. Further investigations in these matters may expose some people in a very unenviable lirht ' NEW YORK. Cnbaa A ITalria Attempt to Bribe In. fturntlRl Partira 4'ubnn Atrnla Kaurnir MdlNi Ntabblnir Utu ihobu nooaery-jiaionic, New York, June 8. The Herald of reduce it It was not contemplated to this morning has an extraordinary Wash raise revenue alone from the feature, but ing ton correspondence, giving details of as incidental protection is to the tariff, to alleged attempts of the Cubans to bribe secure something more important by bet- influential members of Congress in favor ter defining who are or are not voters. 0f a recognition of belligerency. The . .... 1 1. aAAma tn 1a lw. .wn Aa-e He Kn all the Braackea or were made with well known Darties there 4. vvernuiru t. 1 n , .. Fitract from John Baiter'a Latter. No. 2.1 ,w urc,ttlc "8 1B I in lavor ot Cuban independence, it is When rebellion was in the ascendant, said the first attempt, made on the Gen. Mabry, one of the combination to brother of the President, was decidedly wnicn i anuue, was a reuei, wie uiug nuaBl,PH Th uronrl ... mo.io fi im m oi m tlio iaiu.I nnwep when I ' - --- - , ij.,.. ,- c i. i, .j w:n:... Brownlow was Kine ' and lova ea-1 "v "" cues dispensed oflices, and loyal Legis- shanks kicked the agent down stairs lutures appropriated bonds to railroad and Williams declined decidedly. But companies, he was a leaguer and a Kadi- ler's report toay will require an inves- VU1, HIIU riiiTI IMUl liic l. Kiauiiuic Ul , . , Tennessee is Conservative, the Governor 'Kauon. sl"n8 w compel several of the State a vhhy-icashy Republican, agents to answer, hoping to wring secrets and the National Administration and from them (Jointress are Radical, Gen. Mabry is r. . 1 1 r. : .1. ... . derful nolitiL-Ll feat recorded in the -. Positively ever having made any con : r .. . . . . .a. . . ., nuls oi man. ile is supporting three w inuuence v,uoan sympatny in different and antagonistic characters at Congress: was present when General the same time, to-wit : in all matters per- pickett met Lemag and made prop08ag tautirwr in IaauI 1 newt ul q i et has 1st a I Hn I Mpv.iv- in mnttBr. within th 5,,ri to furnish arms from Kentucky in diction of the Governor, he is a Senter exchange for Cuban bonds. The con Republican; and in all .National affairs, tract, however, was never cnmnlcforl sutn as gei ing payment lor iosses sus- Uhe contract bcint- that the h.rin fltone-Cntter's Strike. St. Paul, June 8. All the stone-cut ters at work on stone for the custom house struck yesterday morning because the" Government directs them to work ten instead of eight hours for the same amount of money. Work on the build ing has been stopped. PITTSBURG. Man Killed by Lightning. Pittsburg, June 8. In a severe thun der storm which prevailed here last even ing, George Harley was killed by light ning while driving a carriago across Mechanic street bridge. , "Speaking of shaving," Baid a prett; girl to an obdurate old bachelor, " should think that a pair of handsome eyes would be the best mirror to shave by.' "Yes; many a poor fellow has been shaved by them, the wretch re plied. DIEIJ. OOODLETT In Memnhl. on th Rth Init.. . n.ui., u. vuiiHVBlliiD, nil, XmUVJ A., contort of Henry E. Uoodlett. - Due notice will be given of the time of the fan-rnl. FOR HAIiJ! OH TRADE t THE " PARKER ' PLACE. ON R ATBURN artmne, with five acres of land, will be sold on eojy terms and longtime; or I will ex change it for deiirable city property. Apply to W. G. or R. A. PARKER. Rvwr No. 19 Mndion ntri"t. NOTICE. St George's Benevolent Association. THE MEMBERS ARE REQUESTED TO attend a anecial meeting Ihia eveninr at 8 o'clock, at the hall in the Woodruff Block. A. UAKUKun, Keo. Secretary. INSURANCE. CONCERT. MEMPHIS THEATER. ! Illi. JZ10 T7IIEAT TTAS THE PL8ABUR1 TO ANNOUNCE JO. that ha will give grand !, Vocal & Instnunental Concert ' 0 " ' FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 10, On which oeeaaloB HR. 0. H. MARTIN, of Baltimore, tae famous Xenor, baa kindly eon tented to aatitt. Alao. iiliUH LOUIS H MEIER, Pianitt, formerly f rofcsj.ir at the thicaco C'onaarvatory of Mutiot JdH8. J. M. KBATINU, Boprano : MU. H. A.8ABATSKY, Baritone i Hit. riiiMtti jr akm Kti. niututt navaiinaiy voiunwerea meir nrvicet. Bof-olfiee at Wada't booketore. 2U7 Main it, where reeerv aeatl can be secured. Doors open at 7 1 to commenoe at 8. 85-88 V ANldjEMENTS. Varieties Theater ! Cor. Vain and Washington sts J. M. CBOOa.ES, . . Mapafer, The Finest Combination or Artlsta .1,' In the South. .1 The Coeleat ' and Beat Place Anaaement la tbe City. . Admiaeiion. SS Cents.. 8PRINC8. MONTY ALE SPRINGS, 1870. THIS FAVORITE SUMMER RESORT, ituated in Blount county, East Tenn., will be open for the reception of visitors on the first of June. Tbe marked beneficial retnlta attending th me of these waters in functional derange. neat oi uia . , ' , 't '. i ' Liver, Bowels, Kidneys and Skin, and the Cure of Chronio Diseases, attest their Medical Properties. The buildinn at Montvale bava kai re paired, refitted and repainted, and everything pnt in good order. All the aocettories for enjoyment and recre ation at the best watering placet will be found here. The fomlities for reaehina Mantvala thli uta. son are increased by the extention of the knoxville and Charletton railroad, and regu lar trains are running to Maryville, whence pataenffera are eonreved in enahAa tn th Springe, nine miles distant. . JIA.TI0H OF lIOARDi Per Day, 1260 1 par Week. 116 00; per Month, Mr Address, for Pamphlets containing an alyaia and description of waters, etc. .' . tivot.ru. b. K1MU, T4-W-fodAW Knonville. Tenn. MEDICAL. HENRY BIGGS, M. DM NO. SSS MAIS STREET, . (Upttairt.) 83-108 MEMPHIS, TENN. THE HIGHEST OBDEB OP 3Ieiienl Science HAVING ESTABLISHED AN AGENCY for the University Medicines, : 873 MA.IIV STREET, (Office of Dr. Lowry.) Memphis, Tenneuee. The University Medicinet are the favorite pre scription! of the New York Medical Univer sity, n nai may teem almost incredible, is the astonishing rapidity with which they cure dieeatet hitherto contiderad ineur&hln. Nnn. genuine unlets bearing the golden corporation teal of the University, the oounteraign of the pbytlcianitand tbe signature, crest and motto of the President of the College. e-l'ieane call for a book (free), giving full parucuian oi tne umvenity Medicine J. UlAOa, Ueneral Agent. 373 Main stw TWENTY-FIVE YEARS IN MEMPHIS! ! 'llr GolfJ No. 239 Main Street, Clay Building. .'"i ;. Vr :' . A rya WIU C0NTCSUB TO closk out our ENTIRB stock op retail goods on kand at'pHcet that DEFY COMPETITION. Eipeelal bargains are offered In Drees ' - ' ' ' ; 'ill Goods and Ltoes. , . -If t r .S TO MERCHANTS t ' , " "- ' J 7B ARB N0W PREPARED TO DO A FIRST-CLASS JOBBING BUSINESS. OUR stock on hand, bought during tho reoent decliae, and oomplete In IU various branches, Will compare favorably with any house in the Southwest. Btock and Prices. . Give us a call and examine our 8-65-t WALKER Hit OH. fc CO, WM. 0RGILL. EDMUND 0RGILL, ! ti. L. DKNIS0N. A. 8. McNEAR. ORGILL BROTHERS & CO.. v, Direct Importers and Wholeaale Dealers in , Hardware,' Cutlery, Guns. Etc., Nos. OlO and 313 Front Street, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, AGENTstron -...iO'',""', ; ' ' 1 ' ( - t ! ' n .i, . , :i i '. Gnllett'a Steel Brnsh Cotton Gins, T.H. Jones' Universal Ean Mills, . ( i : Buckeye Reaper and Mower, ' i Deering's Cotton Press, " Arrow Cotton Ties. A stork of Mitchell's. Teaa-ue's. Allen's and Yost's Patent Cotton ScrapeVs on band. 1 " ' ' -' ' Alao, Cotton Nwecps. Cultivators, llorae Powers and Thrcwners. 102-t REAL ESTATE. W. H. raBSMOHI. i. d. aurrjN. REAL ESTATE Senor Ruist, also interviewed, denies DEATH 0? OK. KITES, OP CIHCIHHATI. The death of a true friend ofthe South is announced as having transpired at Cincinnati on the Sth inst Dr. Lang don C. Hives was an old and most es timable citizen eminent in the medical profession for thirty years. He was a brother of the late William C. Rives, one of the most distinguished men of Vir ginia, who filled many important posi tions ia tlje national councils and abroad. Dr. Rives was long connected with the Cincinnati Mi-dical Colloge in the time of its highest prosperity. lie was an outspoken gentleman of tbe old school, and bitterly denounced the warj ). the South, the unscrupulous acts isi Radical svsrpation, and regarded tained by him when he was a rebel, he is a Radical without blemish and without guile. lie is to-day friendly with and enjoys the confidence of Senator Brown low, dictates Gov. Senter's policy, ma nipulates a portion of the Legislature, re-organizes the Conservative party of his county, and controls, in a measure, the Conservative (f) press of this city. And while he is thus playing double. and imposing upon the credulity of the country, he is busy in his efforts, at home and abroad, to prejudice me in the esti mation of friends, by intimatinir that I am not true to the principles which I have, through evil and through good re port, consistently adhered to all my life, lie is wonderfully afraid, and pretends through his Knonville Whig to believe, that I am preparing the way to strike hands with the Radical party, and there are men mean enough to pretend that they believe them.", . Johx Baxter. gknehai. mahhy s rempokse. Maxwill lloi-ss, Nihhvilli, June 5. John Baiter My Very Dear Sir: I recognize your flag of truce " Let ter No. 2." our case will receive earlv i , .- ... . auu serious consideration, ana it may he possible that through the Executive branch of my State Government, you may obtain t pardon. What my Legis lature may do 1 cannot nnv say. Possi bly (this strictly confidential) a judicious nse of the few remaining assets of the Mineral Home railroad " mieht result in inducing tlmt corruptible body to de sist from urging criminal prosecution against you. I might be "practically" persuaded to "manipulate" them for you myself. What do vou savT Can you "shell out?" After accomnlishinc the above nrono- sitions (should you be abb to " come to time"), I may, if properlv encouraeedJ see proper to direct my Congressional agent to have your disabilities removed, so that you can run for Congress on mcuever siue oi tne question your pre dilections or necessities may suggest. What say you? Business is business. Uekeral J. A. Mabry. Hew te Learn. Never Areet what a man hat said to you when he is angry. If he hat charged you with anything,, you had better look " up. A person lias often been startled from a pleasant dream of -lf-H..pTtif.n by the words of an HniTT man -Vi r mav wish his words unnaid the next hour, but they are past recall. The wisest course is to take home his lesson with meekness to OUT Souls. It Waa a ..vino- nfSn.. crates that every man had need of a faithful friend and a bitter "- iu iuiih, a;iu me otner to show him lin laultg. ' Females hereafter nr In n...aV should hold if belligerent rights were granted, lie ' also gave the reporter particulars of various attempts of lob byists to extract money for exercising influence upon Congress and newspa pers. The World's special says the majority and minority reports of the Douse Com mittee on Foreign Affairs on the Cuban question will be made public for the use of the House to-day. The Committee has already decided to report a resolution in favor of impartial neutrality on the part of this Government between Sphin and Cuba; thus giving the latter the same privileges now accorded to Spain. An additional resolution will probably be ordered, calling on both parties to wage war on the basis recognized by civil nations, and protesting against the execution of prisoners of war. To-day is expected to be a grand epoch in the annals of Free Masonry in this city. Excluding visiting Masons, doubt less over forty thousand Masons will be in the ranks. Frederick Kelling, a German, stabbed James Eagan, an Irishman, to the heart, in a slaughter-house, at Weavertown road, in Lnion Hill, N.J. The affair arose from ill-feeling between the Ger man and Irish butchers. Eagan called Kelling a liar and the latter returned it; Eagan then drew a revolver and threat ened to blow Kel ling's head off, when Kelling immediately plunged a knife to Eagan's heart, then drew it out and calmly walked out to a saloon and called for a drink. He subHequently surren dered himself. Last evening while the clerks ia Fran kenfield's jewelry store, on Sixth avenue, were waiting on customers, a well-dressed person entered the store and loitered around a case of valuable diamonds. When he loft it was discovered diamonds valued at (1000 had also disappeared. NOTICE TO POLICY-HOLDERS Missouri Valley Life Insurance Co, Omei MissorBi Vallct Lipi Ins. Co., 1 Lsavikwokth, Kans.. June 4. 18TU. f MR. WM. RUFFIN, OF MEMPHIS, TEN neiwee, having been appointed (leneral Agent Of thlt Comoanv f,,r Wtu.n T. oe. Northern Mistiuippi and Arkantot, all Ouuimumcationt from Policy-holders to the f onipany ahould be addreaaed to hiui; office 33 GEO. A. MOORE, See'y, Medium street. so-Waw AUCTION. Hovonty-tAvo CITY LOTS! AT PUBLIC SALE. UNDER AN IMPERATIVE NECESSITY to raitte inonnv in tt.v mv .1 . i .k.ii toll, publicly, to the highest bidder, on Wednesday, the 15th of June, The valuable lott I own in Mwli, v. . n.t 4ip, or Main. Broad way, Carolina, Ueorgiaand Jwnth streets, being about seventy ia number. It must be apparent to every one that th. progress of improvement and the growth of the city still continue, as always heretofore, to tend in this dirertinn, and that this portion of the eity is umnifc-.lly to be the center of its future population and wealth. Anolherpoint of adraataire whirh I would mention is that the Tenth Hard, in which this property is sit uated, is not liable for the old debt of the eity. and that two-thirdt of its taxes uiuvt be spent within its own limits. The street cars already extend nearly to this point, on .Main street, and the charter authorises the extension of the street railway beyond it. TITLE At a great deal has been againit titles ia a part of the Tenth Ward in lrt Pickering, I take occasion to assart that no better title can be made than I ran give, the incumbrances being only su'-h as 1 under take to remove and can remove by the pro ceeds of this sale. Purchasers seed give them selves no uneasiness on that score, as I do not ak their money intil I can give them a good line. An abstract of the chain of title can be seen at the auctioneers' office, together with a plan ui hw arounu to ee aoiu. FOR SALE At a Bargain. ONE OF THE MOST Desirable Pieces of Property -IN THE SiriU KBS OF MEMPHIS. TTASHIXGTOJf. Mexican in ore- Property to be Sold Without Rewrre. I shall authorise the auctioneers to sell every ottOK WHAT IT WILL liklMJ. and hid den may rest auured that every lot put np will be snld if there is any competition what ever. .My wih is to sell; my determination is ui sen. ii i do aot tell It will be tbe bid dcr' fault, not mine. TEK.M.S Third cehi balance in one and two years, with interest, secured by trust deeds. Any debts I owe will be received as eah. The sale will take place on tbe premises. commencing at v a.m. John c. saixt. Royxter, Trezevant A Co., KU1 (rll.eren. JUST RECEIVED! 0 Half Barrels While rtsh. 25 " Shad. 23 Drum Flk. j. r. f BASK A CO., W, ?t rr.st.lml. rrery successful How hat the South J fees in the Government departments flaiBte-Eleetlea Washixgtok, June S. A mixed com- ..,r iuB ,.-uiimen ot claims Ornnt or Mmrare A. -cn M. P.K-,rTV. ) hsH-ea Mexico and the United States May . lsru. J a V. . : . o ! iS AWU XT OF PREPARATION! H A V- .. ,uu ur., ...u.iuaj. c-jrac : yj inf aVlare by tbe HIdms of the of the cases which have been prepared rcretary. Le.a 1 r.dsle. it benea .k .k- ..t :n .k i - ' '.rJ..x". I""p.e I'll rail the la.r apav.au. ,uc wuiiuia vt mrn win lam ur ,r toe 1st, M and M ol June, I" " FAIR. Memphis Fair Postponed. considered. Gentlemen who are largely interesuj -mjt there are upward of two Pres't Memphis Agric' Vl. Vni.ey. i ad Mw-h'l fr.K-iety, 7T- jJf PLACE, FOUR MILES OUT On the Hernando Road, CONTAINING 12 1-2 ACRES 07 GOOD LAND, Well improved ; new house, kitchen, servant's hoase, smoke-hoate, corn -crib, carriage boose, wagoa shelter, etc.. all sew t fim: younh onciiAitu Raspberriee, strawberries and graa s; tne clover lot, grass lot, garden, etc. ; two eisternt and a korae-poad. Will be sold ea BAST TERMS. For parties lar, apply to or addreae r.. vtiiiTHOstr, r.kll Ltger sr Or LiXICI A WAD DELL, H Steeexsel Street. Mr, a. hi a. PASSMORE&RUFFIIf, Real Estate Agents, 231 Second Street.'1 BUSINESS PROPERTY! ON UEAI. NTREKT, . AT AUCTION! Saturday, Jnne 11, at 5 p.m. " W SHALL PROCEED TO SELL, mililie auction, on the around. 30 front on lieal by 15U foet doep, buing the north AT 30 foet west corner, and opposito to the west end of the Benl street market-houso. This property should command theattention of our business Trkiis or Salk. One-half cah ; balo.nce in one and two years, with interest. - PASSMOKK A RUF FIN. W. H. Passmore A Co., Auotioneurt. " City Property. On Mnin street Storehouse with iron front, lot UxUn, can bo had at a bargain. On Second street One or two fine business houses, iron fronts, at vory low figures. . Fine building lots on Ileal and Linden sts. On Shelby street Modern brick residonce, ten rooms, at a low figure and on long time. On Second street Three business lots. On Tate street A desirable cottage, five rooms i lot 50x215. On Robeson street 150 foot square, neat eot tage, grounds handsomely improved. On Henry avenuo Lot OOxlGO, with neat res idence. Oa Monroe street Cottago residence,' lot 30x148. On Linden street Lot 50x148; dosirafclo houe, all complete. On Cautey street Store house at low figure. On Dupree street Lot 50x150 foet s improved with a house containing six rooms. On Hernando street Handsome residence. with every convenience fur a comfortable home. On Ruth street Cottago residence, ban d- somely Improved. On Alabama street v acant lot, in a dotir a- ble location. On Exchange street extended Two houses' and lots ; eight rooms in each house. On Alabama street Double frame house. four rooms ; lot 33 feet front. ' In Chelsea Four houses and lots. On Mosby ttreet Lol44xl4; frame house. Ire rooms, servants' rooms and out-bo aos. On Poplar ttreet A desirable reside ce. On Market street A handsome retideoce,! lot. On Main street Beautiful lot, 50ibi8 feet; small brick house; location desirabl e. On Jones avenue Two houses and lots. Suburban Prope rty. On of the most delightful homes teadt within three m iles of the eity. At Woodlawn S 10-100 acres routing on th Memphis and Charleston raitroai 1. 100 acres within 2H mile of Ourt Square, In axchang for city property, ither in whole or part. - 0 acres fronting on the Memphis and Ohio railroad, within a few mil.i of th city. 3 acres, with elegant 'improvements, near th eity. 37 acres, with superior Improvements. 86 acres, within 2V4 miles of th eity. LECAL. 8kerilTii Mule of ICeul Estate. BY .VIRTUE OF A VENDITIONI EXP0 nas, issued from the Law Court of Mem phis, and to me directed iu favor of David II. Todd and wife vs. T. J. liickt and John Cooneyi I will on -Monday, the 13th day ef Jane, 18T0, In front of the Sheriff's oAico, in the Greenlaw Opera Mouse Building, within th legal hours prescribed by law, proceed to tell for cash to the highest bidder the following real estate, to-wit: A certain lot or parcel of land lying and being In the city of Memphis, eounty of Bholby, and State of Tennessee, known and described as follows: Being part of lot No. 92, nine on Main street at the corner ot w m. Weinus' lot, and running thence north 21 feet with Mnin St., to a let ot John Fox's : thence eastOiift.; thence south 21 ft., to snid Weinus' lott theno otf foet, to the beginning; levied on as the proiierty of John Cooney, being the property which Philip Dohertyi executed a auit cluim deed to John Cooney on the 18th ii y of July. lsiiO, which deed is recorded in the Register s oHice of Shelby eounty, Ten nessee, in book No. 45, page 13, Judgment, JUST; Court eost, J1W20. . i Marcus j. wright. Mieritt of Shelby County. 73-89 By Geo. R. Powel, Deputy Sheriff. ,ly 24. 1870. Trustoe'n Sale. V BY VIRTUE OF A DEED OF TRUST Ex ecuted to me on the 17th day of Novem ber, l Vy, by A. Street, and registored in book No. 40, jiurt 1, pages 475, 470 and 477, of tbe Kegistor s .nfliuo of Shelby county, htuto of Tennessee, for the purpose of securing the payment of the notos therein named ; and in pursuance of a decree and agreement for sale in the cane of Coalman Boyd et als vs. -Anthony Street, et als, filed April 23d, 1M)7, No. BiM( N. K. D., Chancery Court of Momphis; and by virtue of a resale ordered in certain causes No. 8t0 N. R. D., No. 8SM N. R. D., No. 910 N. K. D., No. !)J3 N. K. D., and No. 1257 N. K. D., Chancery Court of Memphis, I will (n tho 25 111 Day of June, 1870, at the southwest corner of Poplar and Second streets, city of Memphis, soli to the highest bidd er, for the purpose of paying the notos ment toned in said Trust Deed, tho following described property, to-wit: Tho following descriled lot or parcel of land, lying in the city of Memphis, Shelby county, Tennessee, and des cribed us follows, being part of lots Nos. 2i!9 and 270, as known on the map of said city and hounded as follows: Beginning at the southwest corner of the intersection of Poplar and Second streots: running thence west with the south lino of Poplar street, 124 feet 3 inches, to a stake; thence south, iar allol with Second street, 74 feet 3 inches, to a stake; thence west, 24 foot S inches, to an alley; thence, with snid alley, 74 feet 3 inches, to th intersection of another alley; thence east w.'th said alley to Second street; thenoe with riocond street, 148 feet 6 inches, to the beginning; together with all the improve ments. Tho 'tonus of said sale will be one-fourth Rn.h and the balance on a credit of four and eight months from day of snlo, with Interest from date; and to secure the deferred payments, notes will be taken from I ho purch.wors, with satisfactory security, and a lien returned on the property to secure the payment thereof. Equity of redemption is waived. Title be lieved to be good, but I will sell and eonvey only as Trustee. ....... , 72-101 M. J. WICKS. Trustee. Attfieltment Kult. :: 35-t PASSMORE A RUFFIN. Real Estate Asents. ZU Second st. Stanton A Moore, vs. William Sloan. milE TiKFENDANT. WILLIAM SLOAN. A will please take notice that an attachment issued against his estate for the sum of one hxmlred and six dollars and seventy cent. ! debt due on account on file in this Court, upon 1 the grounds that the defendant is a non-resi-i dent of the State of Tennessee. It is therefore ordered that the dolcnilant enter ins appear ance on or before the 2d day of July, A. D. 1870, to plead, answer or demur to the said tilaintifrs complaint, or the siiine will be taken : e 1 1 . i. .. .... f. . . I ... Sir B1llllOI"Cll. .HD tr iimu psrte; and that a eopy of this order be pub I ished once a week for four consecutive weeks It '. the Public Ledger. IL SAMUEL A. MOORR, J. P. j 'une Sd. 1870. 82-NK-94-100 - REAL ESTATE. AaAttractive Residence For Sale. WHISKY. Old ViiHT-I)i.stiliYtI JsOui'Imhi ! ARK JUST IN RECEIPT OF A Kentucky iKiurl.ons: favor- WK ARK JV f f larre lot of itenraniis: nami inane ; snurmasn; from one to foar years old: which we offer to the trad low. Also, Ky Whi.ky and Imported Wine. KOtiAN, ttLIiKX A CO.. 74 oo '-.1l IV.nf .tr-.t. REFRESHMENTS. Ice Cream ami Soda Water 11 . 11 o c c o , 216 Main Street, Cor. Adams, HAS RE-0PESKD HH ICK CREAM haltM.a. and will xet 111. V ssr BrT to im found ia th.. city diirina In. ea.na. H. bu a in. awonm.nl of t'andirs, t onletioncrins aad sacy ,ooi ganeraily, and guaraal. aatitfaciioa to all. - For Ioe Cream and Soda Water, Call oa B. KoCCO. O-lX i. No. 216 Mail strt. THE UN DESIGNED ARE ArTHORIZED to odor ,t private sale a very desirable house ahd Iota ,t,k Lwn (formerly Bunlyn station) five mi from Memphis, on Memphis and Charleston r. 'f 1,8 contains six acres, well inclont 'J.hiilf cleared an. half in original growth ol K and elm; beautifully located, and slopin f .very direction from the building sit. . dwelling house con tains two large and w m' rooms, con structed so as to adn " f enlargcnient at small outlay. There ai besides, a kitchen, servants' room. I.H-k r. " rMW house and od sbed. W ithin t'j I . two years ten or liPeen persons, engsed in pn.fessionnl and aiercantile pursuits i a Mcn-M'bis have built in taia locality, lh. I twitiUe'' which the roil rwid oners are now t ach as to make this point dm re convenient for tie residence of business men than the named it ,t. .'iburbs of tbe city. There is not in..re rein ied k. "!' be foand ivithin or without ti ia city- l"elty ' a aallhyand pii-turesqi ie church. schools ar ronvenieni. No neiithborhoX" ""'nd Me mph is ran pretend to offer such adaU,tl and toe lano ftUW nl ars. In mnva.'Stir. rapl iy apprecmiin 4 V inting in value. NAR1 K A IKEZEVAXr.- . i V.di.on .t-.t. WRAPPI NG PAPER. Cat. i AVrn spine Pnpor. BRO TN.IirLL AP.I A CO nt FRONT ST., sole surenta for I Uw.ll liemlrv A Co. 'a Can V, H-er. bar not r o bead a full suh-'V aad r ral awirtnta et rf iw, which th.y li- " . , w. ,ti e.-rr. I -t PLUNIBERS. IStOHSE rkuw.w:, etical Plumbers, ANU RTKtM PIPK FITTERS, a. repaired a ad Hleaia Works .t p. SECOND IT., HEHPHIS.TEBll. r prooiptty attended to. S-t Prai I I AS Li Pan U 1-S All orj.