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Offloei so. Is liiUisou'S r. I. LAKG EST jPIT Y CIRj utVTION V ESl'HIS roSTOi H E. Orrici Hodi-Poi i.M.ToBr.M. j Sokdat. PhuUtu 10 a.m. Close. Arrive. Mein..,iJl Ohi r 12S .50 12H i HlCtt Daily 12K 2.JS . ( j Momi'hi" 4 Charleston K. 11. Daily M!pxiepim A lcnne lit K. ll.A-Tlallv. It.-Pally. TK rv Memphis LittUlloek u -UhiIv. to Helena 1 Miss.riverto I r rmr f t (tally. Jf Moiv,Thurs.,Sai. jWiM.tiwu St.Loufi S i Mon. and Tbun. J While River Hem 1 S I Weekly Turn. A Sat. J Ark'sriver, trl-weekly S Mon..Wed. A Friday. Marion im-weekm Mnn., Wod.,Frf. .105 hi U1 .tuba,- ienaessee--' weekly Friday BybnltA01lieltriUJ0h Tuea. aud Fri. t ess RAILROAD TIME TABLES. MEMPHIS ASt CHARLESTON RAItfcOAD Arrive. Lbatm. Mall - Ktpress - - Way Freight gomervillv Accoin. - fleketOfl"ice,2TsMiirntrot,jornoT of South Court. MEMPHIS AND LOUISVILLE RAILROAD, Arriyu. Pay Exjirats .. Jiiuht K.newa.... Brownevill Aecow.j.. llaru. at l,..t nt Main street.. Ticket Office. Zilli Main street, on door north ot Jellorson. . MISSISSIPPI AND TENNtSSEB R. R. (Taket effect Sunday. June 12, 1870.) lArrivet. Leaves. a.h. r.v. . 0. Mail (.laily) ErpreBr, " 830 Freight (daily ex. Sunday) 8.20 12.05 4.30 (.10 Ti . -1 t .rU.in t Ticket Office, 237H Main ttreet, on door ortb of Jellenon. MEMPHIS AND LITTLE ROCK RAILROAD Through from Momrbit to Little Rock In 14 hour- On and after Thursday, the 11th j.- r A,.,, until further nntto. 7 trains will run daily (Sunday! excepted) at follow! : T . Arriyei. , Leayei. ' a.m. r.. 1,7.40 ... . 10.20 HopefSelf'..... Brinkley. Freight train will loave Hnpeseld Mondays, Wedneadays and Friday. at 8 a.m. ' Arrire at Hupefield Tueedayi, Thursdaoff and Saturdays, at 4 p.m. t . - Barrane checked through to Little Roc on Ferryhoat 'will leave wharfhoat, foot 01 Union street, aany, ai o.uu a.ui. B.D.WILLIAMS, fleneral Asfnt and SnperlntendenU B. P. Korbon. Aiw't Snp't. " WESTERN METHODIST, Formerly Memphis and Arkansas Chriitiaa Advocate. . Southern Method lnt Newspaper. riKSIRT WIKSLT ISSCl EXCEEDS 6000 COMES. First-Class Medlnm for Advertisers. On Copy,.-.....- I 0 perannnm. Tsn Copies, 80 00 peraanam. r'. W. BLEW CO Publishers. W. C. JOHNSON - Editor. -tl S3 JZFFERSOH bt., kemphis. PHYSICIANS. rM A. SA1ISST. I. JOS. Wtl.LIAMS. DBS. RAMSEY & WILLIAMS, SO. 2 VHCEXT BLOCE, s ! " tm ' T.nt rtirt ltrt.; ' MEMPIIISi ' rrlilay tnnl't. II. I7Q k.The Weed Sewing Ma chine. 263 Second St. 159-t Tab best assorted stock of bedsteads in the city; sko an endless variety of furniture of all kinds, Uw as the lowest, at 302 Main street. 79 ii ' ' , Labi ss, look at D. C. 4 H.' M. Loewen- itine's list of prices of dry goods on the third page of this paper. 44t f.U Bkowne i Bbowse,315 Second st. 42t If ysi tsat co4 ll nrglhhrn wblak, ( ? Hwm atreet. Anrmw, PsormTT . Owmks. Priry vfcuits emptied promptly by J. D. Fox, 295 Second street ' r .78 . ITu hft and cheapen Srf goods m the city can be bought at the Southern Palace, 322 Main st. See price list. t - I To Citt Merchaxtw anb' Tradis it. The Southern Farmer, which is Aureclated into nearly 10,000 fanners families, is soaking np its city page of cards fur the OcU ber number. , Cards of cne sqnare inserted for three months for only fo. A word tq th wise, etc. If'' " M. W; Pmi-tM,' SCI Main. afOXiTOB. HoCHrKianas, read J. C. It H. M. Loesrenstine's list of prices in this paper oa the third pK- ? For areoajlae MoarlMts mm Sly TbJklr.tTO' l.aMfn'e. 15 , ..i 1 " 1 i . MertuaSW diiring their cards ei tensive'f advertfced e Sr no jHt-r medium for this purpose than the The atrical liui'iel'm'. . It jiU contjsla the the only programme used every nicht in the theater," and will be circulated every morning in the reading ...1 .'.ulnv.rrwoni of th OvertOB, Pea - A.M. r.M. A.M. t.U. 8.30 10.45 8.S0 6.00 7.25 B.60 i t 44? A.M. r.M. a.m. r.M. . 12.10 4.00 J.OO -, (M-1.SB ..t.b.40 f"''4.46 , , . , . -.!,. m TTijels ' of her love. Years afterward, while liv- body. Commercial and Waham Hotels, . . in the various hiiliard-rooms, saJixjni. niT.,Lr;ul Jj! Jj- nnri rinj lmr hnnaa llns restaurants), court-rooms, public halls, at j time n'rf tileot but l'jug stern. She the different railroad depots, and in said: " Here Ton enjoy peace and com- r ,;ir in e.l'tlon f,f, f''rt, while witboot are famtne and trou every part of the cttjr, , An e.LUon of , several hundred is distributed every at-, J!mU . angels weep for temoon on every steamboat at the land- i jOU and turn away their faeea." So the ing. It win ne reai vj peop'c ever day. Ouice -No. 31 J Jiaia ,,,, street. FassH Marina. trm.t and -hit. fish received dailj.liy eprvsi, at Victor D. Fuchs, 41 Jeffrrson street. , Ijot Cus-riTTiNfl at 315 Second st. :t If ra aaat icmhI !! Jet;lbl,a Whleky. ra ( 27 Heeaad slr-et. . . b . ' t ; ri.STtn, r. ad I. C. A II. M. Loewen- stine's listoT prices on the third page of 44t this paper. To ApvgETistas.' ire I L. U..l, i.mi.1 cot!e el!v, which ia c-veraJ thn,-.nd n-ore thar, art Paper issued fmre this eitr. Its eirculstion is in Ttnnet'X-r, Mississ.ppi and Arkansas, the verr trrtorv that trades with this .!...;... . ee sne.re 12 ter o-.n.'r. r '' at ti e end of the quar- j tee. if nt.-n d fr fix nHDtha, 301 Main street. U.ee, CI Bead What I Nald About tlie Prlnoti 5 of fain leiryrral . . 5 Mmo6TTiOH, Au., March 20, iro. Mauri. Mansfield A Uigbee : Dkar Sirs 1 have bpt-n nniintoiJ with rheumatism and nurulgin combined (its itronomiced ojr"'evfal' phyniciuns) for twenty-two years. 1 have aull'erod more than a sound man could imnnino; have tried everything that wa recoinmenapa to me, without receiving lasting benclit. Mr raae has been nronounced an incur able one by sever! doctors of expe- rtcnet.t J our, JiugiB Arniin uieimik whs prCnoribcd for me bt UoWr Cup' haw. nt Athens. Ala., a few weeks niro. I used it with a faint hope and little faith in it doma me any good;t but lam hunriT to. inform wu Ihttt ! "was very agreeably disappointed. I found reliuf from tne nrst application, iiuibhumi after, which, had been n impossibility with me the mint of the time forth last several months, without first tukitig un opiate. On wakening after the first ap plication, I applied the linimeiit again, and soon dropped off to sleep, and have not had a severe attack since. 1 have used two bottles. Although I do not AnaMir" mslf tntirnlv cored, I am able, to walk several miles bpr-ide: horse back all day. 1 hope by continuing the use of the liniment, it will eventually make a final cure. I have induced four or five others to try it oil Of whom iwe weft pleased, and will testily to its great relieving powers. i ours, G. M. Sakdlter. NORFOLK OYHTEKH. , J3ploure, .Attention ij , ' Victor t. FutKs, the prince of oysters, fish and game dealers, will, from this date, be in daily receipt of fresh orfolk oys ters from the best brands. 49t . . A Kbw ' ty-rt A qo.nt s . portiikitt. For every five dollars' worth of dry goods purchased at our house, up to December 31, 1870, we give you a ticket, which entitles' yon to a chance in 1 the celebrated Wheeler i Wihon Sewing Machine, with beautiful mahogany case now on exhibition in our window which we will giv away on theefening of the 31st of December, 18T0, selling you dry goods at the lowest market prices. Fraks A Sbmh, ! Successors to M. Kraus ft Co., 218 Main street, cor. Adams. ( ... 57t ' CCRS that Coloh. Dimmitt's Cough Balsam never fails. Sold by all drug gists. Price, fifty cents. . eod89 "Cadmus. 70 ' : Aw Enemt in !tocr Mocth. Do not put an enemy In your mouth to steal away your teeth. Beware of (Instructive tooth washes and tooth powders, many of which are base imitations of Sozodont. Insure a life lease of sound teeth and fragrant breath by adopting the tragrant SoEodont. - V ; . ib ' Spalding's Glue, handy about the house, mends everything. eod A Solid Hoc.-.k. We call the atten tion of merchants and manufacturers to our large and eomplete' stock of machine- stretched oak leather and vulcanized india rubber belting, which we are selling at manufacturers' prices. We keep all sizes constantly on hand, and, as we make belting a specialty, can offer very superior inducements to parties oiling orders. . : 62 Feropsojt 4 Paivtrr. Nervous Headache, Liver . Con plaint, Etc. The brain being the most delicate and sensitive of all our organs, is necessarily more or less affected by all our bodily ailments A headache is often the first symptom of a serious dis ease. 'If the nervous system is affected, there is always trouble at its source in the pericranium. And it may be here remarked that as the nervoos fibre per vadea the entire frame, no part of the physical structure can be affected with out the . nerves suffering systematically. Liver complaint of every type affect the brain. Sometimes the eflect is stupor, confusion of ideas, hypochondriasis; sometimes persistent or periodical head ache. In any case, the best remedy that can be taken is Plantation Bitters. In headache proceeding from indigestion or biliousness, or aoth, the stomachic aud anti-bilious properties of the preparation will soon relieve the torture, by removing the cause. If th complaint is purely nervous in other words, if it has origin ated in the nervous system, and is aot the result of sympathy, the Bitters will he equally efficacious. .. . ., ' ,T So light' and delicate are all the pre parations made from "Sea Moss Farine" that it is invaluable for invalids and all those requiring a light and easily digested food. eod "Cadmus." If jmu issl sT4 I" Xesrlbbesi wkUkr, f t S7 ftereusel street. Pvmf at 315 Second street. 42t The Lace Maker, . A story is told in connection with the introduction of the manufacture of fine lace into Brumu-Ia which is pleasant in itself, aad carries with it a lesson worth learning. A poor girl, named Gertrude, was deeply attached to young man whose wealth precluded all hopes of marriage. One night, at the sat weep ing, a lady entered her cottage, and, without saying a word, placed in her lap a euthion with its bobbins filled with thread. The lady then, with perfect silence, showed her how to work the bobbins, and how to make all sorts of delicate patterns and complicated stitches. A daylight approached the maiden had learned the art, and the mysterious yjyiuir diaappsred The mnden grew , rich by ber work and married the object ( r , , j j from cottage to cottage, the taught the j at, . rue Mav w au .- i.hiij icailiru, SUU " Praas Steak. i The following plan it taM to have been lately resorted to on cimit, in order to tiftat4.n the det'tAir.n ftf a rt-frmflt inrv I hn fs IfM-ked CD tit er.niidea tl.'.a verdict: It was past sujper, aud the court officials had ao srihh to paas the n'gtii in wa;i:i:g upon lb twelve meo who were deliberating oa their verdict. A large d.ah of beefteaks, fried with ' onione, giving off a bvly of arr.m n&-', ' i L.. : . .. ... ... t . wss Ul'w iww MSB puSe ClOM Vl bl the door 1 the atiLappy lurreueas J' lb atihappy lurroee 1 ' ,w ... . JZ ! P",on- j . nu" Ui wer j j g and onions fioated in, at.d invaded I 1 ian nn inn nun inn ins kmif a rf t. and pervaded every square inch of tb . little room. 're a..;nj r.r gii.hmen ' ul. Uod Wi. U,n "",t. "'. appeuzing aroma. A second opening of. the dm and adven-nier.t of tl. d;.b ' dint bed the matter, and ns'd the 1 jary to find aa unanimous verd-tt. FL OR I OA WATER. Cclolriitcd ; Murray; J Lanman's Florida Waiter The most lasting, agreeable and refreshing of, all per iumes, for use on the hand kerchief, at the .toilet, and in the bath. "J For sale by all Druggists and Perfamera HOTEL. Poabody Hotel ! nilllS WELL-KSOWNi HOUSE HAS passatl into the hands of th undersigned for a term of yean.. lie will spare no attention or expense to make it a FIRST - CLASS HOTEL, la every respect, and hopes to merit a liberal patronage. 'V t 47-t WM. C. MILLER, Proprietor. . J SALOON. . ; .. ; CALIFORNIA HOUSE Opened Tuesday, October 11 -j RADEIt & COPPER'S SAMPI.E ROOMS. .11 No. 16 Madison St, Memphis. rUNB WINKS AND LIQUORS, IMPORTED J' Cisars wholeaal ana reuit. HEW 8TNTEW I SAVrBATEI ' n.il ..1 . tm Palifnrnia Win Honae. Tk. anA.t innoh in lha eitr every day from 10 a.m. to 12 m., and rery evening from 9 to INSURANCE. MAHONIC ITJTt7AI Life .Assurance Association, I OF MEMPHIS. TENN. OFFICES SO. I XIOK BTREET. Firat Question How mcn per annum will it cost a jnan of thirUr-Sv to insur his lit in the old nioder , 8ei-ond Question Huw much will It eost in the Maaonie Mutual Assuranc Association ol MemphisT . . Answer About $37 . payable at Intervals. Q..taKlf.f unilAri1 authorities at ourotnee.) Third Ouesiion Why this difference for th same rtsir . 1. .WfttiM hv this rjlan the Aaso- i.r.,i.n nni. .! f..r .nnnih in initiation fees (the interest apon which will anally pay work ins expenses), and th fciat death to pay losses. M. It mere are no drains, no . , Fourth Question how can you afford to la !. ltM.Mji wa do aot ebarre eaonrh in advance to pay yon one-half back in divi dends out of your own money paid in premiums Fifth Question Is a policy oi insurance apon the Mutual plan the tame in all respects. save aetoeharrear Answer After the Association has issued 2.SU) policies, and it Sept to tna. tianaara in numbers, there it no difference, eioept that you are taxed only at tne aeain 01 a memoer; while ia the old mode you are taxed whether los.es or not. and that in advance. , giith Question M ill a policy holder in this Association receive a aiviuenu i -An..r Yr from all accumulation which may accrue from forfeit ox and surplus interest eleventh Question llow are your mnus iw Answer Under direction of th Finance Coramitt, on unincumbered real estate, val oed at twice the amount of the investment, or undoubted city aeceptnnce. ' Kishtii Question Does th Association pay to the heirs ef the policy-bolder two dollars for each enrolled member who hat heretofore paid all aesessmentt, should any member fail to pay on last assessment? ' . Answer Tes; at th Association holds in its permanent fund, paid in by initiation fee, an amnont In exceea of any amount it will b at one time called apon to pay on th death of a member. . We jn.nr fr"m IS to year. S3-t HOISTING MACHINES. KACO-VS TRl'Mi E.XGIXES EH)R ALL PtTRPOSES. COMPACT, DU- rable and efficient. BACON'S STEAM AND BELT , liolmtias Machine. For Manufacturers. Store. Docks, Ships, t. Fric List on application. . DELAMATKK IRON WORKS. ITS-wt, 11 -17 Foot of Wet r.th.-tJTT. CARPENTER. JOHN BEID, Carpenter and Builder, la Ih alley, rear of 6 JeTero. (HTResiden. No. 20 Exchange street (eg- PROCLAMATION. Governor's Proclamation. Z. W. C. Senter, Governor of the State of Tenntetee, to all vhothall tee thete preientt, Greeting: " As Aet to Prtrr th Publio Peac. Sxcrios 1. Be it enacted by th General As sembly of the relate of Tenneeeee. That if any person or persons, masked or in dissuise, shall prowl, or travel, or ride, or walk through the country or towns of this Htate. to the disturb ance of the peac or to the alarming of th citiiens of any portion of this Slate, on con viction thereof shall be fined not less 'than one hundred dollar nor moro than five hundred dollars, and imprisoned In th county jail of th county wherein convicted, at the discre tion of the jury trying th . rVc. 2. it it further enacted. That if any person or persons, disguised or in tnak. by day vr by night, shall enter upon the premises of another, or demand entrance or admission inui the bouse or enclosure of any eiiiaen of this Slate, it shall be considered prima faeie that hi or toeir intention is to commit felony, and such demand shall be deemed en assault with an intent to commit a felony; and the person r person s offending shall, apon conviction, be punished by imprison ment in the peniuntiary not les thaB tea years nor mot than twenty years. ' bee. . Be it further enacted. That if any person or persons, so prowling, traveling, riding or waiaing through the towns or eountry of this State, masked of in dirjruis. shall or may assault another with a deadly wu.poa. be. or tbey. shall b dme.l guilty of aa awault with an attempt to coinuut murder in the first derre. nd, on conviction thereof, shall sutler deaib by banginri Proridvd, th jury trying the eea.e may substitute imprisonment in the penitentiary for a period f not lee than tea years nor mora lhaa twenty-one bee" 4. Be It further enacted. That it shall be the duty of the several Judres of the Circuit and Criminal Court of Ibis bust to giv this Aet in cbsrge to th Brand Juries at each teria of said eoarts. hf.h. Heiiiuriherenteted. That the (.rand Juries of Ibis Plate shall have power to compel th attendance of witneese wbeacver they or any oneof their body may suspect a viuialion . of any of the provisioas of this act. bee. . lie it further enacted. Tkat the Gov ernor of the 'ie is hereby authorised U offer a reward of for la apprehensu,a ad de luerr to the ttlier.ff or Jailer of auy county in this r-tate any person ahe may b guilty f a violuioa vl the second or thud aectioat of lau ee'e. T, Be it further enacted. That this Aet shall Uks elect from and after i!M a..A. W. UW PEKKINK. Speaker of the II oo. of Kei reseatativ. l. B. THOM AS, i r-peaier otthtbeaaU. Passed January V. lSTo. Kow. therefore. I. D. W. r. FEVTER. Oov vnor of lerin.eic.'by virtue of the power in rehen.i,,. .ed delivery to la r-nenn or "i'v "nty in thi rtat, aay pcraoa wb. m.r be guilty of a violation of U aecond , ,jr , f the abov Act. Ia tceUmony whereof. I hare heracntn tob . . serild mv n.m.. and Caeed the , great of -be cUt to be aff ted. t I at tb. iMpartment ia Kasbr'H. ' r-' Ui it 2d da jot Not em her. A.li.K". 1). W.C.btXItH. T. H. fcrviaa. Pee'y of Plate. fdTO-w IVR tAT AND KXPKIilTIotti JOB A I Priaung, call at U M4uoa cuwt. JOB PRINTING. PUBLIC LEDGER BOOK AND JOB Printing Establishment 13 Madison Street. E. WIIITM0HE, Proprietor. rpUI8 ESTABLISHMENT, BBINtJ FULLY i luifltsa viu us lami su. tuv.. Improved Styles of Presses, From th celebrated inanufaotori! of R. Ho A Co.. and Oeo. P. Gordon, aad ' with all th style and designs of Types, Borders, Ornaments, Etc From th wll-known foundries of Jthnon A Co.. Philadelphia and Cincinnati, we ar prepand to execut vry description of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING, - IS A MAKKSa - UNSURPASSED IN THE SOUTH. PRINTING, BILLS OF FARE, I? '' BALL TICKETS, PROORAMMES, ' . ' ' J AUCTION BILLS, HAND BILLS, .' CIRCULARS, . . HEADINGS, INVOICEB. DEEDS. C ARD8, BILLS LADING, ENVELOPES, BILLHEADS. CATALOGUES,! I MORTGAGES. PROMISSORY NOTES, DRUGGIST81LABELS. DRAY RECEIPTS, BANK CHECKS. CONTRACTS. sJIIIPPINO TAGS, ETery Variety of Blanks. wi ah rtinitn to PRINT AND BIND, IN A SUPERIOR STYLE. Fatapbleta, Caah Baolta, Bay Books. Ledgers, Books, Brier. Etc. ESPECIAL ATTENTION OIVEN TO Steamboat Printing, STEAMBOAT POSTERS. BILLS OF FARE. MANIFESTS. ETC. Theater, Circus and Show Bills, Don ia SBporior styl aadfat Uaast rat. POflTEKA, TBEET BILU, PBOBABMB BOIrSEa. STREAMEnS! W kav th argMt Block Type Baaafae tured for thit pnrpoe. aeh letter Meapylag A KAaUOTH 8HEET. trOrd.rs protapUy atundsd to. -PRICES REASONABLE. Ledeor Printing IIonM, lt aaADIT-)TRrr. MirniciL. STJDP THAT DREADFUL COUGH I , miiH i'nrivXlkd remedy for all 1 diseasns of th THROAT and LUiNliS, s ublished in 146.. , , ,,.,4 Dr. 0. Williams' Fulmonio Balsam : or Wild Clicrrjr nd Wood Ngpthi. : Sold by all druggists and medicine dealers v.rywh.'r.! . WILLI A MS A HOSeT. , . . Laboratory 450 Mam ttrcet, 354!j ' ' Memphis. Teanesse. young, Middle ,Age4 and Old Men' nraanrn. , i DR. BARRETTI, 44 HlcVman Block. ' 355 Beat street (upjtajri). DR. KICHAC'8 GOLDEN BEMEDIK Use the only and sav tint, hlth and ' j ' . 1 1 ... t money. ,1 1: I0OO BKWAKM for any eat ofdlnat, in at., stage, which they fall to oure. DR. RWriAU'S Golden Balsam. No. l.onrel uliws, ulcerated aor throat and mouUi, tore eyet, cutaneous eruptiont, oopper-oolored blotches, toranae of tb scalp, terofula, te. j it is th greatest renovator, alMrativ and blood purifier known, removet all mercury from the tysteui, and lav th blood pur and healthy. T-VR. RICH ATJ'S Golden Balsam, No. 1. enres IJ mercurial affections, Irheuinatlsm in all lU forms, and give immediate relief in H eases. Price of either No. lor No. t, 15 per bottle, or two bottlet for H. . ! DR. RICHAU'S Golden Antidote, a rapid and radical cur for all urinary derange ments. Price, l-i per bottle. 1 DR. RICIlAU'SGeldeo Elixir D'Amour a radioal our for nrvout or general debility in old or young; imparting energy with won derful effect. Price. 15 per bottle, or two for W. On roipt of prio thete remedies will b tnippeu 10 aor pini-v. . r.C . to all correspondentt. None genuine without the name ot ' Dr, Iticbau s uoiuen nemeui-., D. B. Richardt, Sole Propritr,' blown in glass of bottles. Addrett Dr. U. Jl,, it"-n-AKDS, No. 238 Vanck ttrcet. N.Y. 49-t SB. RUSSELL'S NEPTEWIAI. Medical Institute, 42 North Court St,MempliIs. ' rpilIS INSTITUTION. INCORPORATED Association of Scientific Physioiant and bur geons, devoted to th treatment ol. patient, and inttruction in theory and practio of th CUEXICAL SYSTEM OF MEDICINE. It it divided Into th following. dpartmnt riHALB ilSPABTM IST.""1U tui. u.ii.i.- every complaint known to woman it treated with unvarying euccett, . ar her cured in ninoty-eight oases out of very hundred. . . ... DtrARTMSNT yo Hsakv DtsgASg. In this department thi formidable diseat Is treated run tne most grauiying rosuiMi. T. c.ih IliB.iatfa. .Kv.rv form of skin diseases permanently eured here. lWBUnPTlUI, AI.O vT..r. The profetton in thit department have mad many imporiau uisoo.iiwa i. of lung, throat and nose u incases. Eva asd Eia DsrAaniisT. Th y and ar most tenderly and triumphantly trested, Comndsntial DsrAgTiisKT. Devoted to the xoluaiv treatment of dries of maladies nameless here, by an able professorship. the mot imporUnt opriUooi known to iur- Jui ffiM of a priTftU chftnwtr held credly confidential. ' mw UiTioe noon irom ciwca . 1 1 .! l L. U. nwaninei llMn AV AfV Sunday forenoon, from 9 to 12 ra. . .V. A,, nuoonuui . " Consulting Physician. J. C. WATSOif, Secretary. L. O. Wirh. Treasurer. 107-11-109 INFIRMARY. St. Joseph's Mrmary. mniS INSTITUTION IS NOW OPEN AS I T a . nnAar t Vt immiuiiata C4D- E. U lUUIiu!. unv. trol and management of tne Sisters of the Order of St Dominic. Th building it large, airy, commodious end centrally located, at the 'il ' Cor. of Jefferson and 3d Sts. Th Bitters are determined to make their in firmary a trit-clat HOME FOR THE SICK who may entrust themselves to their car. No contagious disease will be admitted or re tained in th establishment. All rgnlar practitioners of good standing In the profes sion ar invited to patronise th Infirmary. The preference of patient for particular pny liciani will always be consulted. All information desired, at to charges ana detailed management of th Infirmary, may be obtained frem th Sister 8npriprat the in .ii,..i.nn. from 8 a.m. to II m. and from 2 to 5 n.m. 31 -S FTfTEB MART TtntrtRES. FOUNDRY. Stereotype and Electrotype FOUNDRY, 168 Tine St, bet 4th and 5th, CIICIIIATI ALLISON, SMITH & jdKNSfJN. Manufacturer! of. aad daUr 11 BOOK AND NEWS TYPE PBIXTT50 HI TIBIALS Ofvry drlPtoB. St?reotjT5ng nd Bw' JTln la all Mr TarUos fcraswb. tried Ragraviac. aad fcttera Letters foroaadrrs . TYPE, NEW1 FEATURE! ; . . . ii ... . Vi ,,; .. ..! ...it .,' ,' . I -:,'' i , i . t ; ., ...I f, I' ' " '!' 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Send In Your Nnme, Aocempaaled by th aria of labeeriptios (t). aad objsb at one as a regular sab cri ber U the WEEKLY PUBLIC LEDGER. Ipeciaea opi wUl be at fre oa appU- AU soaaaairatlou theaU b addreased to E. WHITMOBK. It aadtaosi Bt afBfkla, Toast. DR. D. S. JOHNSON'S iff E Bit A L IIS1? ENSABY, Between Adatt.it Aiid Wwdiliigton, IS NOW PERI both Male end ANENTLT K8TARLISUKD Female, who ar aifiictedwith auoh as Syphilis, liouorrbmn. (iloet, Btriotures and all Urinary Diseases i byi.lnlitioor Morcu rlal Afloctliins of the Throat, Bkin or Bonus, Orchitis, Hernia or Kupturet also the effect of a Solitary liable, rainou to tlie body and mind, produoing lllotthes on the Paoe, liobility, Im- uoteno; ty UlSSinOSS, UlUlUO.. Ol OlgUfc, VOIHUBIOU Ul OltMi a v.viM.ia, aimniwi w dudiu.i, f W.ioory, waakucM. to. aot all of those in any on cat, butalloocurringfreiiuontly lout oases.- --.-- 4 . ' . I.OM o In various oases RHEUMATISM AND CURED BY A f if , 5 Particular Attention Paid to Diseases of Women Such at El.essive, Suppressed or Painful Menstruation, Leuoorrhora or Whites, Falling of the Womb, and all irreguiariliet of th Monthly Periods, causing Btunlity or llarronnest, and oiUntimMCsuniii on. nn jf treatment of othr Physicians, and hav not been cured, atwlnviwd ll. a 1 aa our all old byphllitio Uueases, it makes no difference of how long standing, Jh will yield to my , , l i Celebrated Ycgetablo Remedies, To which THOUSANDS on testify, who hav been oured by m in New Orleans, Memphis, Cairo, and various ether piaoes. All ommunicatiuni ttrictly confidential. NO;i?AY'UNT,IL CTJ1X3313 ! . ; j J. , 1 .... .. !. Will b required of parties living and doing business on their own account in Memphis. The Doutur can oe consulted personally or by letter, upon all Diseases pertaining to hit Specialty, aud all other Duaatoi not requiring bit attention outside of hit office. ''A. HEI'AllATE OFFICE FOB LADIES. OfBpe Honrs from 8 o'clock a.m. to 8 o'clock p.m. LEGAL. IVon-lteisItioitt IVotloe. in the Probate 4'omt or Shelby County. ,;(, W. A Dooly peUtton- for Parlitlon R.T.Pollard.otalJ TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT IN L this cause that the dofondant. R. T. Pol lard. Philip Johnson and Janiet M. Johnson, Melissa Wells and her husband Wells, Louis Priddy and Sallie Priddy. and Laura J. Tur ner and her husband Masoppa Turner, are non-residents of the SUile of Tennessee and resident of th State of Mississippi and the Indian Territory; it I thrfor ordered that they make their appearance heroin, at the Courthouse in the City of Memphis. Tennes see, on th first Monday In December, 1K70, and plead, answer or demur to complainant t bill, or th lame will betaken for ooufotsod as to them, and set for hearing ex partet and that a copy of this order be published once a week for four successive weeks , the Publio Ledger. JAMES 1IKILLY, Clerk. By Host. E. Loaokk. Deputy Clerk.. . Vane A Anderson, Solioitort for Petitioner. 6o-o-o5-71 . AUat-biiiciit IVollvc , J. lU A tohwon , , Before P.M . Winters n t n T'- j-ir-l Justice of Peace. 0. B. Galloway and wife ATTACHMENT HAVING BEEN SWORN out in th above entitled cause, on the ground that the defendants ar nan-resldtnt of th Stute of Tennessee, and the tarn re turned by ha proper offiocr, executed, etc, th defendant will take notice that said cause Is tet for trial on th lit day of December. 1870, at 2 o'clock p.m.. before P. M. Wintera, Justice of the Peace for Shelby county, Ten nessee, at hit office in the eity f Memphis, whr-n and where be must ppear and defend saM suit, or th. "i'Ts.r11 Uorg Washington, Attorney for plaintiff. --"N-O TIOE ! ft.'; 'I : LETTERS OK ADMINISTRATION Ul'ON th estate of John B. Bosia, deceased, having been grated to ma by tho Probate Court of Shelby county at the October term thereof, all persont having claims against said estate are hereby notified to present the same and demand payment thereof, within the time pre scribed by law. or the same will be forever barred. . FELIX FRANsIOLI, 48-73 I Adm'r of John B. Bosia, deo d. i AttwIiuicutXoticc. . N. Calhoon, ") . . T vs. VBefor 8. A. Moore, J. P. H. T. Halsterd.J A TTACHMENT HAVING BEEN SWORN i. out in the above entitled cause, on the ground that the defendant it a non-resident of the Stat of Tennettee, and having been re turned by the proper officer, exeouted, etc.. th defendant will take notion that the above entitled cause is tct lor trial on the 30th day of November. 1870. at 2 o'clo.k p.m., befnr 8. A. Moore, Justice of th Poae for Shelby county, at hi office in tho city of Memphis, whera h must appearand defend said suit, or the eat will be proceeded with ex parte. B. A. MOOKi., J. P. October 31. 1870. S-64-?" Attachment Xotlce. 8. H. Cowlot "I . , . ... VS. ' f ' ' ' '' Davis Tonshill.J' A TTACHMENT HAVING BEEN ISSUED j by me in th abov cause, on the ground that the defendant is a non-resident of the Stat of Tennessee, and the same having been ,.,na hw lli. tinnier otlicer. levied, etc. the defendant will take notice that this can it let for trial December , 1. at 2 o dock p.m.. before me. a Justice of th Peace for Shelby oounty, at my office in the city of Mein- pbit. when ana wnere me ubiouuhii. y T - i Aae,.nA ..ii! anit. or trie same WI 1 be proceeded with ex part! and It Is furthur or dered that thit notice he published once a week for four consocuttve weeks in tne ruonc Ledger, a nowipapor published in th city ol Memphis- v .. m , ,'. MOORE. J. P. November .ir0. iil-67-Tl-T9 Attatliiiieiit Kotlce. : S.FoU ' , ' vs. T W T V .1 w ifc ATTACHMENT HAVINU UE1. lhftt by me in the abov causa, on the ground that the defendant hav removed from the State, so that the ordinary process of law can not b served upon them, and the same having been returned by the proper officer, levied, etc.. the defendants will tuk notice that this cause is set for trial Thursday, th of Decem ber. 1870, at 10 o'clock a.m., before me, a Jus tice of the Peaco for Shelby county, at my offic in th city of Memphis, when end where the defendant can appear and defend said suit, or the same will be proceeded with i part; and It it further ordered that thit notice be published once a week for four con-, tecutive weeks in the Public Ledger, a aewt papar published in th city of Muuiphii. ,B, A. MUOHK, J. P. November S. 1870. 61-7-73-79 Attachment Xottce. D. II . Halle vs. J.W.Thompson andw ife A VfACIIMENT HAVING BEEN ISSUED A by we in the aliov oause, on the ground that the defendants have removed from the State, to that the ordinary prooett of law can Sol be served upon theiu, and the same having een returned by the proper officer, levied, etc., the defendant! will take notice that thit canse is set for trial Thurseay. 8th of Deeem ber.1870, at Kio'clook a.m.. before me, a Jus tice of the Peace for Shelby county, at my office In the city of Memphis, when and where th defendant can apnoar and defend eaid suit, or the tame will be proceeded with t parte i and it it further ordered thatthil notice b published once a week for four con secutive weeks in the Publio Ledger, a newt paper published in the city of Meniphii. 6. A. MllUttb, J. P. yoTHtnW a, lam.''1 H "7-7t-Tn MEDICAL. A VEGETABLE PREPARATION. Dis covered and used hj a reeular physician for thirty yean, in uver three thousand a, waking a THOROUGH CURl IN EVERY CASE. It cleanses th system from all th effects of mercary. and is perfectly harm les. whan used at direcud. CHAUGES MODEBATE, An4 thorough ertiri.ntii r th monfy f..aJl A II ,aimuatrilinni utrictlv DXlDB- (Untifcl. Btvck oftc up iir over 'o. 28 Front Street Mf mphlft. 4Tn' jr. t. Frwri.t. COTTON CIN. O I L L II T T 6IXNIN3 & MANUFACTURING COMPANY, CrrTBriidllllrryfllre4ts, MEMPHIS. TENN. JT.'W. SPEERS, AgrenU C)TTOy FROM THIS GTN WARRAXTFD to Wnnf froa O.NK In TWO CK.M.S mtm oa tb d avod mon lint thmm (ron nj othr iiim kmowu. U-m MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, POR TIIE TRRATMENT OP PATIENTS, any form of vstNiaiAL or skcrkt uihsasss. RHEUMATIC PAINS NEW METHOD. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. Admiiiitrator's Sale of Keul Istute. BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF THR Chancery Court, aitting in nnd far the oounty of Lowndes and tit a to f Aliflpitiflim)., made at the July term, A. 1. 1870, thoruof, tne undersigned, administrator de bonis nun of the estate of Hansom il. Byrn, deoeased, will On ttieietb.day of lembrr, 1S70, next, between the hours prescribed by law. in front of the court-house door of tho comity of Tunica, in said btate of MUtustiim.i, oxpokb for sale at publio auction, to tho hitiht bid der, for one-third cash, and the balance in one and two years, with six per cent, intercut from date, the following deocribed real e Htate, Iocs ted, lying and being in said oounty fit Tuniea, as follows, to-wit: Fractional section 16, containing 540 acres ; fractional section 17. containing 460 acres; south hulf of fractional section containing 300 acros; sections No. 20 and 21, and east half of section 27 (west half and southeast quarter section 21) ; frac tional south half section 25; sections 28 and 2D: all iu townchip 3, range 11. Alflo seotion 24, southeast quarter section 13. northeast quarter section 'M, south fractional half of seotion 2ti, west half of section 30; all in township 9, range 12. Fractional seotion 1, townshm 4, range 12; southwest quarter section 2 ; eact naJf of north east quarter, east half of southeast qu.irtor, and southwest quarter of southeast quarter of section 3 ; west half seotion 9, southwest quar ter of section 8, southeast quarter of section 9, southwest quarter of section 10, west half of section 11, east half of section 14. All of sec tions 13, 17, 18 and 19. West half of section 20, southeast quarter of section 21, oaKthalf and southwest quarter of seotion 22. All of section 23. Went half of section 24, went half of section 25. All of section 2(1. South half of section 27, northeast quarter of section 28, southeast quarter of section 29, sections 35 and 36 ; all in township 27, range 1. Also lots 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, 10, 11, 12. 13, 14 and 15 In section 15, township 29, range 2. Also, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 in section 22, township 29, range 2. . To be sold in parcels not to exceed one hun dred and sixty acres in any one trnct. ur u. W. W. HUMPHRIES, JR., Adm'rdebonis non of Hansom il. liyrn.doc'd. hr order of the Court. SU BART.Y HKyPRTCK.Horlt., TRUSjM-ES. TKUSTEE'S NALL. BY THE AUTHORITY OF A DliEU OF trust executed by L. Low ran eo ott be 10tt of December, 1867. to me, as trustee, fc r thf benefit of J. D. Williams Si Co., recorded ii book No. 62. pares 625 to 627, in iheotticeof thb Register of frhelby county, Tenncsxeo, and by the direction of the said benifioiaries, 1 will on Thnradny, November 24, 1H70, In front of No. 31 South Court street, In the city of Memphis, botween the hours of 10 a.iu. and 3 p.m., proceed to sell at public outcry to the highuHt bidder, for cash, the following de scribed lands and tenements, vix : One tract of one hundred and ten 80-100 acres, known as No. 6 of the river fre n t division, and twelve, 11-100 acres, known as No. 6 of tho rear di vi sion (fronting on chute No.l), the sa'j.e allotted to John Oiknrit in the decree of partition of the estate of Malcolm Gilchrist, dewmsud, made in the Circuit Court of Hhelhy county. Tenn., 6th of Ma, 18.W. and recorded in the office of the Register of said cuuiuy in book No. 12, pages 121 to 126; which land fYontn on or lies near the Mississippi river, near Horn Lake, in Shelby county, and wan conveyed by Cornelius Gilchrist and Wood Hassult execu tors of John GilchrUt, decerned, to said Low-. ranee, by deed recorded In said office, hook 0, pages 7, 8, 9. Also, a tract known as Nos 5 ol the front and No. 5 of the roar divioion of the entate of said Malcolm Gilchrist, the rst con taining 110 80100 acres and theseco'ud 12 Il-lUO acres, being the chare allotted to Caroline Dobbins in said decree of partition; and lot No. 4 of the front and lot ISu, 4 of the reur division, containing HO 80-101) acres and 39 81-100 acres respectively, this being the share allotted to Archibald Gilchrist in said decree of partition; both which allotments are the same conveyed by David Dobbin and wife U said Lowrance by deed recorded in book No. 13, na3 337 and 338. Also, lot Xo. 8, front ing on the Mississippi river and joining lot No. 7 of said sub-division, containing 110 80-100 acres; and lot No. 8 of the rear division, con taining 21 31-100 acres lying on chute No.l and bounded thus t Rcginning at the north east corner of nection 16, thence north 10 chains 68 links to the northeast corner of lot No. A of the rear division; thence Vest 14 Sha.ns to a stake on said chut; thence south v wet 11 chains 58 links, to a stake; theneo south 2S3 west 3 chains, to a stake; thence east, with the north line of lot No. 7, lOehaina 97 links, to a stake; thence north 12rhninsM links, to the beginning; being same conveyed to said Lowraneehy Alex, and Sarah McMillan by deed recorded in book No. 12, pa tecs 126, 17. Also lots Nun, 1, 2, 3 and 7, front and rear, of said sub-divuion ; lot No. 1 containing in the front 97 37-100 acres, and lot No. 1 in the rear 129 acres; lot No. S containing in the front division 110 80-100 acres, and in the rear 9f acres lot No. 3 containing in the front di Vtsion 110 80-100 acres, and in the rear l.tt acres; lot Nn. 7 containing in the tjont di vision 110 80-100 acres, and inthoiyar A acres. For more particular description, the said de- eree of partition, and the deed from Dohhtpg and wife to Lowranoe, in book 49, page 604 of said Register's office, are referred to. All of whioh varpels of land are situated in Shelby etsuitty, Tennessee, on the Mississippi river, near Horn Lake. Thetitleis belie. ,Mj to be good, but I will eonvey without Warranty and only as Trustee. The right of redemption ia expressly waived in said trust -jeed. 40-Ti J. W. SCALES, Trustee. Truntoo's Biile. BY VIRTUE OF A TRUST DEED EXE cutod to me by Roland Savage end P. H. llamill. on the eighteenth day of May. lrMi'.t, and duly recorded in the Register's office of IShelby oounty, in book No. 72, page 3t, to se cure the payment of a certain promissory note therein d scribed, I will on Wednesday, November 16, 1H70, within legal hours, on the premises, proceed tostfll the following described real estate, to Wtt: Situated, lying and being in the eity of Memphis, tute of Tennessee, a lot of greand hegiuniuc at the northeast corner of a lot of O. If, P. Piper's, on the Raleigh road, south lde, and running thence south with the east line of said Piper's lot. one haadred and eighty feet, to a stake; thence east, sixty-six feet eight inches, to a stake; thence north, one bun. I red and eighty feet, to the south lina of Kaleigh road; thnce west, sixty-six feet and eight inche, to the beginning; beinv a art of the oricinal sub-division of the John ice grant. No. 7, assigned to John Overton. The tale is believed to be good, but X sell and ouavey only as Truxtoe. ivti-on THOMAS MOFFET, Trnstee. Trustee's Hale. BY VIRTUE OF A DEED OF RtST executed to me by John H.est,B tha rtth day of April, 1868, to secure tb 4 payment of a certain indebtedness which is fully de scribed in said deed, 1 will, as Truitee, sell for cash, te the highest bidder, in front nf the efhee of Young, Mallory Jt Gammon, No. Ii Madison street, on Thursday, November loth, 1H70. at 11 o'clock a the property described in said deed oi trust, to -wit : That certain lot r parcel uS land lying and being in the county of r-hlty arid Mute of Tennessee, and near the city of Memphis, beinjr part of lot No. Ki oI Willouthby Williams sub divicit-n, and knor n and designated on apla( of sub-diviriio'j of said lot No. 2 hy M. A. herr. of April i., m,', as lots Noe. 7, 8 and 9, and bounded as t.illowsi to-witi Beginning at a stake, the s,uthwet corner of Madding's lot and College stree ruantnr thence nnrthwardiy thn hundrea aad eight l. feet to a suite, snuth-v-n-i t.r ner of lot No. 1); thence west wardly, with south line of eaid lot N. 10, one knntirtxl and stity-five Ua) feet to a fUka, iMuthwcst cor ner of lot No. 10 and west si'le of Porter at e- nue; inenoe wesiwaruiymtn east line of said avenue, three hundred and eight i-fl) ftst, to a stake at the intersection of said avenue with College street ; threceeastwnrdly one hundred and sixty-five (lu". feet to the beatnning cor ner; containing one and six one-bundredtha acres, nrnre or le. The title is believed to be good, but I fell and convey only ae Trustee. T. D. V I T otr, Tn.'a. B LANK8 OF ALL KIMiS K ATL" priattd at ih Ltdswt Job ullc.