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FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE GEORGIA HOME INS. CO.. OF COLUMBUS. OA. Assets 9500,000, STATE INS. CO., OF NASHVILLE. TEKN. capital, - aoo,ooa W. H. MOORE, A E N T . Office: No. 291 Main Street, With the SaTlnira Bunk mt liia. PUBLIC LEDGER OHIre : No. 13 Madison Street. F. Y ROCKETT ..- ..-Editor MEMPlUHi Hninnlny gluing. 17 "71- GREELEY'S JUSTICE. Southern tongue ami pens are pretty good at drawing charcoal sketches of men who, though white of skin, carry black principles in their bosoms. Car-pet-bafTRiTS have been truthfully drawn, but iudinnnnt pens and tongues that did the work, could not cope with the tool strokes of Greeley. They are to the life, and true. For the first time .;.,.. thn cttrnet-basr locusts fell upon the South, their friends in the North have seen and lieard them denounced by a great Radical authority. Mr. Greeley in his recent speech in New York is mercilessly severe on them. His utter ances have created a quaking and trem bling in ther thin but festering ranks. But Mr. Greeley in speaking of the Northern citizens in the South, makes the carpet-baggers exceptional. He Bays they are good, quiet people, and must Hot be confounded with the North ern official and nnofiicial theives. That is all right. They should not, and are not. But herein Mr. Greeley puts his foot in it ankle deep. This is how he does it. He says: The public is often heedlessly unjuRt. Let a government have ten thousand official subordinates in power, of whom nine thousand nine hundred are honest and true men who do their duty faith fully, while hardly one hundred are rob bers and swindlers, the public will hear a good deal more about the one hundred robbers than about the nine thousand nine hundred true men. The one hun dred stand out in the public eye they are always doing something which ex poses them to the scornful gaze of the multitude while the honest and true men pass along silent and unobserved, and nothing is said, very little is thought of them. All attention is concentrated upon the one hundred, who are default ing, and stealing, and forging, and run ning away. Did Mr. Greeley ever apply this fact to the Ku-Klux and to some noisy pol iticians in the South? Why has he never told the Northern people that the Ku-Klux and rash men of the South are as one hundred to nine thousand of onr population? His plea for the quiet Northern men in the South is good, and applies with tenfoldjbrce to the native masses of the South, who move abont their business with a sure aim and a noiseless manner. When a plea is wanted for the Northern people in the South Mr. Greeley has no difficulty in finding one to suit But during the past five years he could find no plea for the great masses of the South by which they might be shielded from the consequences of violent acts committed by those who are, in numbers, as one to ten thousand. Mr. Greeley should not be put np as a thoroughly honest man until he ex plains this matter. He has held the whole South responsible for the acts of a few desperate men, and coined the shameful practice into gold and parti san capital. Greeley is not a good egg. He may do to scramble, but he won't do to soft-boil. THE COTTOH CROP. ' A Washington estimate of the cotton, crop this year places the total number of bales at one million nine hundred thousand. Another estimate, as to the decrease in the average, places it at one million acres. Texas is not estimated in either of the above. In North Caro lina the falling off in cotton planting reaches fifteen per cent The weather has been cold, wet and unfavorable, and the cotton is unusually poor. Sonth Carolina has oue-fiflh less cotton under cultivation this year than last; the crops are1 very iuferior . and unpromising. Georgia decreases the average about fifteen per cent. This year Mississippi decreases about twelve per cent., with the weather unusually favorable. Ar kansas decreases about the same. Lou-; isiana decreases the average about ten per cent, but there the weather is morej favorable than in the other Southern States, but the prospects for cotton are not very fair. And so, it may be fuirly presumed, that if these calculations shall prove true, the fulling off of the cotton yield will be about fifteen per cent THIHK OF IT. Whether not the Supreme Court of the United States has a right to determine what is and what is not the Constitution, it is certain that that' tribunal can be packed to decide anything the Radi cal party desires to be decided. The Supreme Court was packed with Bradley and Strong to decide in favor of the con stitutionality of the legal tender act. It can be packed to decide the three recent amendments to the Constitution a part of that instrument. Undoubtedly, at some time or other the subject will come before the Court If Grant is re elected, and the Congress is Radical, the amendments will stick. The plain duty of those who deny the authority of the amendments is to work with the IVmocratic party for the election of a democratic President He would not pack the Court a Grant has packed it. LATEST TELEGRAMS, Bpeolala aba Ledger. iglalOAH TRUSS ASSOOUTtOH, VIA T TEHUHra OOUfAXY. A. European Ne.ws. PRUSSIA. Bkri.ix, June 17. Previous to the grand triumphal entry yesterday, 45,000 trooDS were drawn up outsiue oi me ,;iv On the rieht flank was the staff of the Emperor, and the Emperor Lini .olf n a . dark bar horse, lie was followed by the Empress, the Crown Prince, and eight carriages containing Princes and ladies of the household of the Emperor. As they rode up a royal salute was Riven, with three ringing cheers. The Emperor proceeded rapidly along the front, several divisions of in fantry presenting rms by brigades, Each division then instantly marctted to take position for entrance at tho Gate of Halle, where tne civic oignuaries oi mer lin, under the gigantic equestrian statue of Frederick theGreat,waited to welcome the troops. Field Marshal Wrangle and other officers led the procession. The fighting staff, led by Blumenthal chief of staff of the Crown Prince, fol lowed. Then ciime the military gover nors succeeded by corps commanders and other commandurs of the armies. 1 Next came Prince Bismarck, Count Moltke and Herr Von Roon, who were received with tempestuous cheering. They were fnllnwwT hr Emoeror William, the Crown Prince on achesnut horse, Prince Frederick Charles on a bay horse and an immense number of princes in glitter ing uniforms. With steady tramp came the infnntry guard. Drums were beat ing and the music swelled into mighty volumes, but the tremendous cheer ing prevented the sounds from being heard. Amid waving of kerchiefs, and clapping of hands and loud vociferations of the populace, tho long anaconda shaped mass of fighting men entered the city. On passing through the gate the Em peror halted, and received an address of congratulation from a bevy of young ladies of Berlin, and kissed the fair speaker. At the head of. Unter den Linden he received an address from the burgomaster of the city, who was ac companied by the magistrates.' The procession moved along Unter den Lin den, under the symbols of victory, and between captured cannon, flanked by a sea of human beings, rising in billows to the tops of houses. The procession passed the palace, the university and opera bouse, to where the statue of Bin-: cher stands, and where the members of the Imperial Diet were assembled. ; Here the Emperor wheeled his horse around, and with the royal princes, generals and staff on either side, for mally reviewed the passing troops from the terraces of the Imperial Castle. Royal ladies smiled and showered greet ings on the conquerors. The troops then formed three sides of a squarg in the Luest Garden, around the statue of William III. The Emperor and suite and princes entered the square and took positions under awnings ' between fountains. Prince Bismarck then approached the Emperor and asked leave to unvail the statue. The Emperor bowed and Bis marck moved his hand, whenjtbe canvas fell from the statue, while the drums rolled, trumpets blasted and the stand ards of the guards were lowered toward it The troops presented arms and cheered loudly, and a salute of one- hundred and one guns was fired. The church belli throughout the city broke into an in stantaneous ringing, while out of the turmoil the national air resolves itself. The Emperor, helmet in hand, then ap proached his father's statue and walked slowly around it; the bands struck up "Nun Douke Alle Gott," and the troops joined in singing the hymn. FRANCE. Paris, June 17. A manifesto has been issued by a portion of the Society International, repudiating the senti ments expressed in the manifesto re cently issued by certain members of the Society, and denouncing the burning of Paris in the strongest terms of condem nation. The manifesto calls on all classes to unite their efforts in securing the elec tion of advanced Republicans as the best means of crushing the capitalists and monopolists and advancing the cause of labor and of the French people. MEXICO. Tsmplre Hlariu J anil Taken. New York, June 17. A special to the Herald from the City of Mexico of the 11th inst., says: The city of Tampico was stormed this morning at 4 o'clock and taken at the point of the buyoni-t. All the insur gents were euner killed, wounded or taken prisoners. The federal army be haved very well, and all are in good condition. WASHIXGTOX. Mlaatioa of Affaire la teargia. Wasiiixutox, June 17. Trustworthy accounts of the situation of affairs in Georgia were heard. It appears that the Ku-Klux organization does not exist in that State. There is but little vio lence, and that not of an organized po litical character, if indeed it has a polit ical origin. Mr. Toombs' district, as might be expected, has been the worst of any. The belief seems to fcave be come settled that Ku Kluxing will not produce its intended result, and so it i.i almost entirely abandoned. In politics alargebodyof men, who were originally rebels, are now classed by themselves as Conservative. They are undecided at present between an independent or ganization of their own and the Repub- licans and Democrats.' ' They feel like accepting the situation without reserve and they join the Democrats. They will organize on the platform of new departure, and will have it so fur as Georgia is concerned. T hey are recog nized here as tho fbest element in the Stato, and as a straightforward, upright people who can be depended on. Vir ginia and North Carolina are in a some what similarcondition as Georgia. 1 he placing of the State in the hands of the very best elements seems very hopeful. ! 1 NEW YORK. ? Weston Complete hia Taak-Clf-lia.Hevoiier Libel SnlU Nbw York, June 17. Weston com pleted his pedestrian undertaking of walking four' hundred mile within five days yesterday. His final halt was made at 11:47, when the judges announced he had finished four hundred miles, with eighteen minutes to spare. A very large attendance was present in the rink towards the close. Woodhull 4 Claflin, the female bro kers, have brought suit for libel against the Christian Union newspaper, edited by Henry Ward Beecher. charging that in Mrs. Stowe's new novel, " My Wife," and which the Christian Union is now publishing, a certain character therein is intended for Mrs. Woodhull and used as a means 10 uoei tier rcjiuiuuuu. Damages are laid at $ 250,000. The Russian corvette clipper V sadnick arrived yesterday from the Cape of Good Hope. 'Her arrival is in some degree connected with the expected visit of the Grand Duke Alexis, as the orders of her commauder were to repnir to New lork and there await the arrival of the impe rial squadron. Since his arrival the commander has been officially informed that the projected visit of the Duke has been postponed until fall, probably ar riving here the last of. September or the first part of October, aiid after making rather extended tour of the country will remain to participate in the festivi ties of the season at Washington. f entb f '. I.. Vftllnlittiam. Cixciuhati, July 17. Much excite ment and great sorrow is manifested in this city and county over the death of Vallaudigham. Newspaper offices and street corners nre crowded with- persons discussing the news and anxiously look- ng for every particular connected .with his death. There are numerous specu lations as to the effect his death will have on the " new departure." The pre vailing opinion seems to be that it will be a serious drawback to the part', as it is scarcely possible to find a man who possessing the talent, will give the time and energy that Yallandigham was giv ing. All classes of Republicans and Dem ocrats express deep regret over bis death, and sympathy with his, family; and all join in accrediting him with honesty of purpose, coupled with great talents, perseverance 1 and high-toned courage. His body will be taken to Dayton to-day, arriving there at 3 p.m. The funeral will probably not take place before Tuesday. Mrs. Vallandigham, who was on her way to her brother's death-bed, was telegraphed, and is ex pected to reach Duyton to-night. Mr. Vallandigham accidentally shot himself with his own pistol, a Smith & Wesson. A Lkttf.e from Berlin says the Ger man Government is about to offer dis contented feihabitunts of Alsace and Lorraine the privilege of leaving the country, and will furnish traveling fa cilities to such as wish to emigrate to America. The writer says it is esti mated that three hundred thousand of these people would come to this country if they hud the necessary means. Where are our emigrant aid societies? Here is something tangible. Let us sec how it will be taken hold off. Two Radical governors have been impeached and driven from office. The individuals are named respectively. Holden, of North Carolina, and Butler. of Ncbraka. Other Radical govenors deserve similar treatment. Mafer-OaaB-r In the Mlaflppl. The Signal Service Bureau now pro poses to establish a system of water- gauges on the Mississippi and its tribu tary waters. Gauges will be established at Louisville, on the Ohio; near St. Louis, Cairo, Bock Island, Memphis, Helena, Vickaburg, Red Uiver Landing, liuton Rouge and Currolton, on the Mississippi, between the mouth of the Missouri and Gulf of Mexico; at Fort Leavenworth, on the Missouri; Florence, on the Ten nessee; Jackaonport, ou the White river; Little Rock, on the Arkansas, and Alex andria, on the Red river. By combining the reports from all these points the volume of water to be expected on a cer tain day in the lower Mississippi could be accurately estimated, and such (Sftiely notice would often enable the people to prevent a crevasse by repairing the weak points in the levees. The Livery Klablo Of C. H. Brackett k. Co., Second street, between Monroe and Union, is well supplied with the finest buggy and saddle stoek, some of which cannot be equaled in the South. An afternoon's drive on our fine Nicolson pavement behind one of Brackett's best is a luxury in the reach of all. eod-'J7 Woraaa'sMtdlral Adtlaer. This is a neat pamphlet of sixty pages published by Lr. J. P. Dromgoole, of this city. It contains an accurate de scription of the causes, symptoms and treatment of all the ordinary diseases peculiar to the female sex. A large amount of valuable advice enn be fnund in its pages, as it has been carefully prepared .and arranged by Dr. Drom goole for the special benefit of wives and mothers. Price, twenty-live cents, mailed to any address. MAllHIUII. M A NSELL CARPER Oa Thorsday ercn inr. June 1Mb., by tbe Rev. .Mr. hltr, at their residence. No. In Second street. Kdwiird Alfred Mansell, of London, knrlitnd. and Martha Jane Carper, of l'oeahoui, lena. NOTICE. NOTICE. ' . m J.IIB BUSINESS HERETOFORE CON duotcd undor the firm name of J. Hunter & llro., at No. 41 Monroe street. Memphis, Tonu., will be conducted from thil date by myself alone, no other party having any in- tereat thorein. The same will be conducted in my name. JOHN HUNTER, 41 Monroe street. .Turn-IS. 1871. W-W JBANIKJBEPOS REPORT OF THE CONDITION Merchants' National Bank At Memphis, in the State of Tennesse, At Clone of ltnninea, JnuelO, 1S71. RESOURCES. Loans and disoounU ITO.SK! 77 Overdraft H'.Mt M U. 8. Bonds to socurecirculutiun..... 2rtO.0U) 00 Other stocks, bonds and mortgaged. l,7tj 70 llufl from reiiuouiiliir and reserve agent 1M07 37 Due from other National Rank 7,i8 4(1 Due from other hanks and baaaers- 4. Mb 115 Bunking House . 30.0HO O0 Other real estate. 34.au (. Furniture and futures 3,020 22 Current expenses 04 Taxes paid 1,4.10 01 Cash items, inelud g rev enue stamps t 949 30 Exchanges, being checks on other Rank- 9,508 40 Bills of other National Hanks 7.2fi0 00 Fractional Currency (in cluding nickels)... 421 10 Legal Tender notes ... 40.UU0 00- CI, 198 80 1798,884 69 - LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in $250,000 00 Exchange t 21.41S 81 Profit and loss 1.0:17 28 23.ftVi 09 National Bank oircul'n outstanding- 22r,IK)0 00 Individual deposits 1M1.7H1 98 Due to National Hanks 116. -".21 79 Hue to other banks and bankers 714 73 $790,884 59 State of Tennessee, I.. . County of Shelby."' I, John J. Freeman, Cashier of the Mer chants' National Bunk of Memphis, do sol emnly swear that tho above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. JNO. J. FREEMAN, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 17th day of .luno, 1H71. M. B. TKEZEVANT, Notary Public Correct Attest! A. Woodruff, II. T. Tomlin son.t. T. Lacey, Directors. KKIMsKT OV THE CONDITION FIRST NATIONAL BANK OP MEMPIIIH, At Close of lttiHlneaH, June 10,1571. RESOURCES. Loans and discount ....$395,013 44 Overdrafts .-. 8,1100 SI U. S. Bonds to secure circulation 2nO,imO 00 11. S. Bonds to secure deposit 1(J0,(1 III) Other storks, bonds and mortgages- fl.OUO 00 Due from redeeming and reserve afrents ..,....$100,889 75 Due from other National , Bank 78.P.17 99 Due frotn other banks and bankers 42,402 31-221,670 05 Bunking House 47.ISJO 00 Current expenses 17,71158 Cash items, including rev' stamps $15,498 03 Bills of other National TJankC 18,100 00 Legal Tender notes., 75,000 00108,59$ 03 $1,098,993 CI LIABILITIES: Capital stock paid in $200,000 00 Surplus fund fto.lmO 00 Dividends unpaid 2.000 00 Kxchaugo $:tl.Ht 70 Interest - 12,t8 73 Profit and loss 183 74 44,128 17 National Hank circul'n outstanding 180,000 00 Individual deposits S4H5.8I8 12 II. S. deposits 07.WJ9 69 Depositsof U.S. Disburs ing Ollicer 5,007 24 Due to National Hunks... 20,444 21 Due to other bunks and bankers 23.346 18-o22.855 44 $1,098,993 61 State of Tennessee, County ot Shelby, ) I. . S. Davis, President of the First National Bank of .Memphis, do solemnly swear that the above statement :g truo to the best of uiy knowledge and belief. F. S. DAVIS. President. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 17th day of June, 1x71. il. B. TKEZEVANT. Notary Public. Correct Attest : Wm. R. Moore, Jno.T. Far- enon. Beni. Kisetnnn. Director. . II i: HNANDO Insurance Company OF1 MKMPJIIH. OFFICE: NO. 7 MADISON STliEO. R. II . DUNSCOMB, President. W. B. UALBKKAT1I. Vie. President. F. M. NKLSUN. Secretary. W. B. MALLORY. Ass't .Secretary. Directors I R. n. DUNSCOMB, D. II. TOWNSKND, W. B. (JAl.hKKATII, A. VACCARO, L. HANAUKK, N. FONTAINE1. K. F. RISK, JOKliKlICK. R. s. junks, J. J. busby, JOHN C. FIZEK. I nun re ncnlnat I.oaa br fire, Ma rine and RlvrrllUka. wRitki on Private Dwellings especially desired. l48-2p-t BLUFF CITY INSURANCE COMPANY, or M KM 111 IN,' TENH. No. Main Street. CAPITA!, $300,000I r. N. President, W. II. noilKK, Kerrctarjr. nirstUrti MLMEACHAM, DAVID P HADDEN. NAPOLEON. II ILL, J C NEKLY. (J W JONES, HI1 I1IUBEE, C 8 FENNER. w Fire, Marine and River risks taken at the Inwe.t rir. VM-t PICNIC GRAND MASONIC T I O IV I C AT JAMES' PARK ON - Saturday, June 21, 1S71, ITJDKR THE ArsnrESIF TF1E MA KJ some It. rd of Relief. Tickets, Ixhei nn I tl f Hy eenf. "I 1 PRIVILECES. Masonic Picnic. BIDS FOR TIIK- phiv 1 1., ISO 1: s -MILL BE Keci ived I alii the 20th Infant by 9J.-C W. S. M ATIUEWS. II Gayoso Et. DRY GOODS. SWEEPING KEDUCTI0N -IN- IXEfcY GOODS -AT- I!, IMS II 1 A S WE ARE ABOUT TO COMMENCE J intni. AvtMtwlvM in, nrnveiiients and altcra- tinna on our uraini.a. eiki-tiMf ,,f Main and Jef- furson streets, ireoaratory to the opeuing of toe iun iraue, we nave Markr (1 down our Immense Stock -OF- STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS Toiuch unprecedented!? low prieei as will insure their speedy sale. COMMENCING MONDAY, JUNE 12, We will offer odr splendid line of FANCY DRESS GOODS At one-half their nanal price. Striped & Brocaded Grenadine At half prlre. Fancy and Japanese Silks, From 65c np (each). ' ALSO A VAST REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF- HOSIERY, GLOVES, RIBBONS, Parasols, Laces, PANS, EMBROIDERIES, ETC. OUR MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF White Goods, Linen Sheetings, Linens and Talilo Danmslts At eorrespondiugly low figures. In fact every article in the dry stood line ran now be pur chased at an immense saving at B. LOWENSTEIN A BRO.'J, 242 and 241 Main St., cor. Jefferson. i -j AUCTION. LANIER & CO.'S REAL ESTATE BULLETIN (EXTRA). PUBLIC SALE -OF A VALUABLE BRICK RESIDENCE AXI VACANT LOT, N. E. COR. MULBERRY AND LINDEN. On Tuesday, June 20, '71, AT 11 O'CLOCK A.M., ON TIIK PKF.M . ises. we will sell to the highest bidder, a brick raxidnnce siluatml at the northeast cor ner of Mulberry and Linden streets, in South Meiuhis. Lot No. 1 it vacant. Lot No. 2, with brirk residence of four rooms, gallery, fine cisttrrn and convenience close to busi ness and near two strt-et railroads. Kach lot is 47V4 feet front by Ins deco. Ttiiua ot- 8i. Half eaMi : balance In ". twelve and ciirhteen months, with intereat from date. Five ier cent, of the cask lay mint to be made on the around to secure conformity with term of saio. else the amount to be forfeited. Austrmctnt line at our oiuce, JOHN C. KANIKK & CO., Attorneys and Keal K-tule Apcnts. 01 if, '. S" otH "trccl . TAXES. 2V O T I C K. Ornrit or Citv Tat Cou.rToa, I MKHPUia, June U, 171. US THE Ikt OF JULY. 1S71. I WILL make mj return to the fonrt for 'ob deniatlea all lots on which Tasea have not keen paid for 1ST0. After that time I'aataad latvreet will be calculated FELIX W. ROBERTSON, on inl ntc TiT rnM"tor LUMBER. Lumber, Laths and Shingles 1 prickm Rr.nirr.D. Cypress Lnmher . Ir"ed YVeather-Btiardinv... -t20 r .. lJiu iriaoo ltestla-ipch bawed fchingle. 6 f AM PREPARKD TO FILL ALL ORDERS 1 promptly at mj ill. on Front street, above the bayou. i-lo7 O. M. VK7JABLR LUMBER YARD WiD SAW MILL 1TK ARK NOW M ANUFACTTRINO AND V f are prepared to furni.b id any quantity. Building and Fencing Lumber, at frm lid to to ti) pr thousand. Miinrlee (both sawed and hand metl. at from -, t Pr thou sand.. Our nock ot Lathf, Weathr-bonnling. t lorrin.t'ilinr, boor. a-h. Llinds. Mnuld Inrs. Dry and DrrMed Lumber, is i.mplte, which we are selling at the lowwt possihi prices. Orders from the country filled with diTtrh. M. K. A J. W. CutllHAN. tu M Foot of Wahinrti.n ft., near river. "WE 231 MAIN T O S A. V w 0 111 H, M fJenls buy ciolliiiig and : . FURMSHING GOODS ! Aitd Ladle.: ilioir j lloya Wear, every article of wlilrli la, guaranteed u to Make, Quality and CIieapnesHH, at WALKER EROS, tfc CO., No. 231 Main Street. a. r JLt J- I BARGAINS AT THE JET PALACE This and No. 328 Main Street, an lis DRY GOODS. GRAND CLEARING SALE, Commencing Monday, Jane 19. A. SEESSEL & SON WILL OFFER THEIR ENTIRE RETAIL STOCK 1 J IN T 11 SOLD' AT EXTREME WW RATES. A. SEESSEL & SON, No. 250 Main Street, Opposite Court Hcjuaro. Kit REMNANTS. For Two Days Only! ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY B WILL OFFER A LARGE ACCUMU- lation of II E M N A NTS OF ALL DESCKIFTIONS- AT A SACRIFICE RlINANTH OF Calicoes, Domestics, Lawns, Dress Goods, Linens, White Goods, Atone-tliirtl llieir Values A CHANCE FOR GREAT BARGAINS MENKEN" BROTHERS, Cor. M.'iin Mi 1 Court Stu. MAGISTRATES' IILASKS. ALL KIND a the L tiKtr ofiice. 1 Madison street." GO TO STREET 231 E MONEY. 0 M M M H M in I 13 ! Next Week, Memphis, Tennessee. JlOTICES NOTICE TO CON FED E HATES. rnilE ANNUAL KLECTION OK Ol-'KICKKS J. for tbe Confederate ltKliof and Historical Assoriation takes lilaco Thursday eveninir. the d of June. Place of umoting: Hiu'inui Circuit Court-room, eorner of (iniu and Sue nnd streets. A full attendance of all mem bers in the city is earnestly desired. Iiesidea the election, a full roport of Hie workings of the organization during the current year will be presented, and other matters of viul im portance considered. 1HII AM J. HARRIS, President. J. IUHV(r Mitukh, Secretary. Wi-HS NOTICK. Tub stockholders in the ni.t't-r 4'ITr IKHlIKAKt'K COMPANY are hereby notified, that the Board of Directors have this day made a second call of ten er cent, on the capital stock of inid Company, payable on or before the 15th ef July next. 92-10 C. S. FENNER. President IIOMi: AGAIN. TUB UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY wishes to inform his patrons and the music-lovinir public, that be has returned to his old home, uud is now PREPARED TO FURNISH MUSIC (brass and string) for halls, parties, picnics, uroccssions. etc.. at the shortest notice and on the most reasonable terms. A poly nt tho Uarber shop 2i Mum street, iletliel Jilnck. M-WJ A. AH' 1 Lift l , AKenl. NOTICE TO SHIPPERS Ci.TKi.AKD, Ohio; May 29, 1871. To Shippers from Memphis, Tenn. : Mr. ISAAC C. MEAS0N has been ap pointed Sole Agent of tho South Shore Line at Memphis. He will werk via Evansville, New Albany and Cincinnati by river, nnd via Memphis and Louisville railroad line all rail. All other agencies in Memphis of this line have been discontinued. Hills of lading for freight shipped over this line must bo signed by him, as no other party has any right or au thority to give bills of lading for the line in Memphis, and none but bis will be recognized. O. B. SKINNER. Rl-infi Oen'l Manager South Shore Line. LIQUORS JOHN LILLY, Importer anil Oealerln Wines and Liquors, No. 351 Main St., Memphis. T WOULD BEG LEAVE TO INFOK.M MY I friends, and the public generally, that I am prepared to meet the demands of the trade will. fimiiiHi ironds. of the uurest and hept quality, at reasonable prices, and rospoctfully solicit tnoir patronage. , . TI , 4-llM D mil LJMFEJNS V R A NCE. Milton P. Jarnagin. L. D. McKissick, President, Vice President. O. n. Denison, Secretary. Dr. W. 11. Uoilges ana nr. jonn riunan. Medical Directors. Jarnagin A Frayser, Attorneys. William Kuiiin, nonenu Agent. K. P. Hulling, General Supervisor of Agency. MISSOURI VALLEY Life Insurance Company, Of Leavenworth, Kaiiana. DfRECTORS: Millon P. J rnagln, L. 1). McUissick, U. II. lienison, J. Harvey Mulhcs, T. 8. Avres, lr. . K. Hodges, U. U. Henderson, l. . tioisi. Dr. John Pitman. MmriiTR Aokmcv, June 8, 1S71. AT A MEETINll OF TIIK HOARD OF Directors of tho Missouri Valley Life In surance Company, held at their othce. No. 'J West Court street, the above named othcers were unanimously elected, lteig desirous of extending our business in this leVality. we in vite the especial attention of those desiring insurance to some peculiar features of our company, vis: Our State indorses our poli cies, making assurance doubly suret policies to the amount of are exempt from claims of any parly; whether the policy he for the benefit of wile and children, or a creditor, it is also eiaiupt from any taxes. No extra eharge insuring females. Call and examine before you injure. WHO) KliFKIV A ROLLTNct, Ma nicer. 1 NURSERY. UlulTCity Nnrsery, M. PERDUE, PKOPHIETOK, Poplar Street, near Dunlap Avenue. 0i.or Johmmoh, Florist and Landscape Har dener, late of Koyal Gardens, Stockholm. V Greenhouse and hardy plants, cat (low ers, bouquets, flernl decorations tor balls, oar ties, weddings and funerals. Lawns, gardens and cemetery iota laid out in the most artistia ttvln. 7'Min CROCERIES. R. II. GLISSON & CO., Xo. 11 Main KtrcH, HAVE JUST RECEIVED ANP OFFER for sale a full assortment of staple and fiiacy groceries, etc. ; Ueo. F. Davis A Co. 'a star bams and breakfast bacon, Evans firo.'s bee hive hams, best brands of family Hour, choice table butter, sugnr, coffee, tea, spices, etc. Pure old Cogmie brandy ; port, fherry and Madeira wines; old Hourhon and ftnhin son county whiskies all of which we sell at lowest prices. All goodf seld are delivered free of charge and under guarantee. l'jcne call, price our goods, and be convinced of the fict. Xm-IVT ATTORNEY.: I- It. McFA It I.AI, attohm:y at iaw, K. J 8 Mailliea Mreci, 81-W9 Planters' Insurance Building.