FISEAND MARINE IKSURAKSL
INS. CO., 0? COLDMBUS. GA. !
Assets, - - - 500,000.
STATE INS. COL,
OK NASHVILLE. TENN. , ; '
Capital. - - " f2000'
17. H, MOORE,
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Office: No. 293 Main Street,
With tha vlnra Baak af
Office t Ko. 13 Madison Street.'
T. Y. BOCKETT
Friday , 1. 171.
Parties apendinir, the summer month
from the city should leave their address
at our counting-room for the Daily or
Weekly Leookr, which will be promptly
mailed to them during' their absence.
The Weekly Ledger contains all the
important city news of the week, under
the respective dates. . For three months,
Daily, $2; Weekly, 75 cents. J
THE TABLES TUWCED. f-.il
At a time of profound peace, from
causes with which the American people
have no concern, a riot occurs ia the
city of crime and sensation, and one
hundred people are killed and three
hundred are wounded. A woman is
shot and killed by a ruffian because she
expresses certain sentiments, and thea
her child is shot down by the um ruf
fian. Upon the streets of New York,
an American freeman could noi express
his sentiments except at the hazard of
his life. This is a pretty stale of things.
Fortunately for the South, these things
occur in the North the great North,
that keeps its heel upon the necks of the
Southern people, and denounces them
as monarchists, rebels and traitors. The
government that hunts down an imag
inary masked marauder, supposed to be
in pursuit of an imaginary nigger sleep
ing in an imaginary cabin, does not
appear to care greatly for the row
in New York. Let such a thing
occur in the South, and in place
of the Orangemen and Hibernians,
be substituted the native whites and ne
groes, and you may imagine the uproar
that would be made at Washington. But
ler would slobber like a mad dog; Sum
ner's words would take fire like stricken
matches; and Phillips would rave like
an inspired madman. Dare to stop a
negro procession and you dare the ven
geance of Grant's army. It is only
white people who are slaughtered in New
York. That is all. Now, we of the
South have the enemy. Can a quiet more
profound than that which hovers over
our section be imagined? Why, the still
ness is painful. There is a dead level of
order. The growing corn and cotton
absorb the whole attention of the South
ern people. They are fighting the grass
with plows, rakes and hoes, not fighting
one another with guns and pistols.
They are looking to the autumn, when
the grain will be ready for the barn and
the cotton ready for the market. This
'.i peace, this is order, and he who ruth
lessly invades it, is a monster against
whom every man's hand should be
lifted. If committees, organized to
manufacture disorder where there " is
none, with to find the actual articlti
tbey have only to listen to the breezes
that blow from tha North. They are
loaded with the voice of orime and the
uproar of battle. If they wish to find
the npot where blood flows, let'tbera
look upon the streets of New York.
The dead-house is full of corpses, and
,e hospitals overflow with wounded
people. But there is not a black face
among them. Not a negro has bee a
killed or scratched. It is, therefore, no
affair for the Government to investigate.
A NoBTHtKH paper, the PitUburg
Post, thus comments on the Ilarpeth
bridge disaster: "We presume nothing
will come of the recent wholesale rail
road murder in Teunevsee. A trail
sinks through a rotten railroad bridge
and fifteen precious lives are lost. If
men are to be incarcerated for
years for appropriating a few dollars,
what should be the punishmeut of the
officers of a railroad company, who are
immediately responsible for the death of
those people and of the uutold miseries
inflicted upon their families? In these
cases we are in favor of capital punish
Tus Pittsburg Post says the friends of
Major General Hancock are industriously
circulating a pamphlet entitled " The
Civil Record of Major General Winficld
S. Hancock during his administration in
Louisiana and Texas." This is done
with a view of giving him position in
the first rank of Presidential candidate,
That he will be presented before the next
Democratic National Convention, if he
lives, is certain, and that be has many
warm friends is clear, but there is sach
a thing as crowding a man and destroy
ing his chance, through the over zeal of
The Food Journal has some consola
tion for those who use tobacco, in that
the cannibals will not eat persons whose
system is impregnated with the oil of the
Indian weed.. The Journal recounts the
fate of a shipwrecked crew on one of tha
Fejee Islands, all of whom were found
palatable except one, who, being a con
firmed smoker, was described by a prom
inent native as tasting too much like to
bacco to be eaten.
The Lynchburg (Va.) Republican, a
Democratic journal, anys: 'Tbe South
ern people t large nb only recognize
the political chances of the Jast few
years, hut they 'accept the unconstitu
tional legislation of the Radical party
as the law of the land, hoping for better
results hereafter at the ballot-box. They
have made np their minds' to meet the
issue, and yield a siiA ore- obedience to
the laws. Can the Northern Democ
racy, do morer Ihe Republican is
slightly wrong. The Southern people
have not accepted nnconstitutional laws.
They do not resist but obey thera. They
were forced upon them.
The LouUville Ledger of yesterday
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says: " A nywidir.ea lorm oi cuoiora,
composed of equal parti W dysentery
and yellow fever, it raging in New York,
and is attributed by the physicians to the
excessively hot weather, i In some quar
ters of this city a virulont remittent ' fe
ver, accompanied .with spinal and cere
bral -derangements, has made its ep
pearance. In some families there are
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lour or nve cases, an taaeu duuucui;
with the same symptoms."
, .Thr act of Governor Hoffman, pro
viding for the protection of the Orangc-
meu's procession1: has brought down on
him the wrath of the Tribunej and of
th wrath nf its backers. It is
for . political effect the Tribune assails
the Democratic! Governor. It pro
nounces him very dead. Well, Hoff
man dead is more to be envied than
Greeiey and his political associates alive.
A Ooverxmkxt official in Washington
wrote to his friend in New York making
inquiries respecting the position, finan
cially and otherwise, of a resident of that
city: He received the following reply:
"I am happy to inform you that Mr.
stands at the very top of respecta
bility here. He owns a fast horse, a New
York Judge, and intends to steal the first
railroad he sees laying around loose.
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- This is telegraphed from Washington:
" Ex-Governor Lonis E. Parsons, of Ala
bama, has, it ia said, bee appointed ty
Attorney-General Akerman, an Acting
Assistant Attorney -General, to go South
and prosecute the Ku-Klux cases. . He
will probably be sent to his own State
Alabama. Only a few 'years agd Par
sons claimed to be a leader of the; Dem
ocracy. ' I
The World thns describes the editor
of the New York Times: "A sour, for
bidding, wooden face; a well-grown mus
tache; and ears considerably too large
to be in keeping with this profuse orna
mental appendage of the upper lip. It
may be said of the likeness, as of a cer
tain class of anecdotes, that if Cot true
it is well invented. . .
A caih.Ii dispatch informs ns that
there is a struggle among Americans in
Paris to secure possession of the Com
munist prisoners as colonists. Some
want them for Colorado and others for
Lower California and Arizona. ; The
French Government is puzzled to decide.
, The wife and son of the late C. L.
Vallandigham have left Dayton, Ohio,
and are now at Cumberland, Maryland,
where it is believed that the bereaved
lady will shortly recover from the ter
rible Hhock entailed by her husband's
tragic death. j
Philadelphia now owes fifty-one rail
lion dollars, tveenty millions of which
have been heaped up since the Radical
party took charge of affairs, ten years
It is stated that a late editorial ol
Alexander H. Stephens is five sod one
half columns long.
To the Editor ef tb. Ledger :
Shall these be graded this year? Shall
the wise and eminently politic action of
the General Council be carried out? If
not, where rests the responsibility of
failure in the interposition of a bar to
the commercial interests, and the arrest
of the upward and onward progress of
our city? These are questions now stir
ring the public mind to its depths. The
merits of the projected improvement
is assumed in the well considered action
of the Council, supported as it is by a
recommendation signed by a large
proportion of our most intelligent,
solid, prudence-governed citizens, urging
the layor to take prompt action ia
reference to the question. This paper
sets forth the fact of its adoption by the
General Council by a vote mora nearly
approaching unanimity than any one of
similar magnitude that has ever ben
presented to the municipal Board,
and only awaits the approval of the
Mayor to become a law. While disa
vowing a spirit or purpose of dictation,
yet the subscribers earnestly nrge upon
the executive the reasonable request of
prompt action in the premisen. Ap
prove, if his sense of oilicial "duty so
dii tates, the resolution; if not, return it,
with his objections, to the Council, to
the end that they make such disposition
of the same as their judgment approves,
and not by the assertion of a power,
with which the charter has invested
him. delay his approval or the inter
vention of his veto Bntil the next regu
lar meeting of that body, thereby, in the
consumption of time, retarding the
work during the most seasonable time,
and, most probably, carrying it over to
another year. Here, truly, time is ot the
essence of the measure. Again the
proposition commends itself specially
in its mode and meant of accomplish
ment. But a small part of the cost
(one-fourth) is to be paid in cash;
the balance dischargabl , in the
indebtedness of delinquent tax payers.
Certainly, this is a most judicious
mode of building up an important, if not
an imperative, improvement out of a
small proportion of a suspended debt.
whicn tbe city may not realize for Tears.
! To these considerations may be added
that the work will lurnUh employment
for a thousand men in our city who now
desire and cannot obtain the same. Here
they would receive remunerative wages
without being drawn away from their
homes and families the public and nri
vate interest lining together. Let, then,
the Mayor act Grade the bluffs. Then
are your commercial necessities accom
modated; the city present a foreground
of wharfage rivaling those of others
quadrupling it in population, and far ad
vanced shall have been planted the
standards of aa acknowledged aad
abounding prosperity. JC. Y. Z.
Specials tm the Ledger.
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AusaiOAi nuts assooutio, via a,
l tauMaara oomait.
Tea City Qatet-Arreat af Slaters.
New Yore, July 14. The city re
mained auiet during the night. Not a
single affray of i any k,ind occurred at
AiiTelTxeiteiiient wee created
the peighborhood of , the Tombs police
court yesterday by the appearance o mo
police irnard with about fifty prisoners
implicated in the riot on the 12th. , The
offender were arraigned separately be
fore Justice Hogan, and after an exam
n.rini. mnt of them, being enable t
nroenre bail, were locked up and held
fnr trial. - 1 ' ,J
Excited by the evenst of the day be
fore, many of the parading Orangemen
nflnt vesterdav among their friends dis
cussing the parade,, scene and acci
dent. Bar-rooms owned by urange
members of the American
Protestant Association, were freely pa
tronized, and those present seemed elated
at hftvinir naraded. ' None could or
would tell the residences of leaders of
the ' Ornnee detachment. It appears
that all the Orangemen bad provided
themselves with revolvers, carrying
them nnder their coats, but which they
did not feel inclined to nse, being pro
tected bT the military and police.
Tk .till furnishes subjects lor
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comment br the press, me nera.u
this morning says: "The city of New
York, in the maintenance of the consti
tutional right of the people and of liberty
and law, stands vindicated before the
countrr and worm. . ine goveruweui,
and city authorities proved themselves
at all noint equal to the emergency.
The crowning result is the triumph of
liberty and law, and all things consid
ered, so great a victory has seldom been
so cheaply purchased."
The Tribune says: "It ought not to
cost any more precious blood to establish
the fact that this is a land of civil and
religious liberty, and yet if it should cost
the lives of thousands, the fearful price
must be paid. We cannot tamely sur
render the fruits of a century of heroism
and sacrifice." - '.
The latrraal Reveaa Maadla Bet
lea nana -
Washington', July 14. There is Ihe
best authority for the report that the
internal revenue muddle was settled
yesterday, while Secretiry Boutwell was
at Long Branch, by the appointment of
W. Douglass Deputy Commissioner,
place of Pleasanton. The appoint
ment will be made public in a day or
two.'. " , , ,
General Pleasanton put an end yes
terday to all conjectures aa to bis
course in a conversation in regard to
the reports current here. He said be
did not intend to resign, because he be
lieved that he was in the right. He
says he does not want a foreign mission,
will : not have one, and he would do
nothing to relieve Mr. Boutwell of any
sensitiveness he may feel. If the Pres-
dent wants him to leave the Internal
Revenue Bureau his successor must be
named, for he will take no intima';ons.
It baa been deemed by toe f ostmaster
General to advertise again for proposals
for carrying mails in all the Southern
States. exceDtine Tennessee and Ken
tucky, for the fiscal year just begun.
J his action is rendered necessary oy
the refusal of those to whom contracts
bad been awarded, ; basing their re
fusal on the assertion that they bad
fixed the amount of compensation at
too low a figure.
There was received at the Post Office
Department the Postal Treaty concerr
ing international execution of postal
money orders between Great Britian and
the United States, just concluded in
London by Dr. Chas. F. McDonald, who
was sent to England for the purpose of
negotiating this convention in the ca
pacity of agent of the United States.
The Treaty only awaits the signature of
the President of the United States, the
British authorities having already given
I nder its propositions, money orders
of fifty dollars or less, American cur
rency, or ten pounds sterling or less,
may be obtained on England, Ireland
and Scotland in the postottices of the
United States ' in any portion of the
United States. The treaty goes into
effect or. the first day of October next,
and will prove a vast convenience to
both American citizens and British sub
Tha stac-Flckar'a kUr.
The controversy between a colored
woman and Mr. Kogeraon witn reier
eace to, the proprietorship of a little
colored girl was mentioned in yester
day's Leixikr, and heard this forenoon
before Esquire Miller, who possesses pe
culiar abilities for unraveling Gordian
knot. The case created great excite
ment in the colored world, and its d -tails
, were listened to by at least one
hundred black spectators. The woman,
a rag picker by profession, insisted that
the little girl was her only child, who
had strayed away from her some months
since, he girl, she insisted, was born
just after the war closed. The girl de
nied the maternity and also the time of
her birth, both of which denials Justice
Miller credited, and especially the latter,
as it was evident that the girl was about
fourteen years of age, and the chrono
logical title of the rag picker was not to
be relied upon. After hearing the girl's
testimony of herself and parents, the
court listened to the declamation of two
distingu'uhed youug members of the bar
about two hours, and decided the case
against the rag-picker, whom the Court
strongly intimated did not know her own
offspring. The girl returned to the employ
ment of Mr. Rogersoo, apparently happy
at bating escaped tha fate of a rag
picker's only child.
Matikee to-morrow forenoon by Miss
Taa ami kaawa raaiaaaUlaa raaf
lac, a r huh, ajr K, V. Jaaaa.
117 Fastlar atrt. IX
Thi evening Miss Jennie Patterson
will make her debut before a Momphi
audience at the Memphis Club mil.
Mi.. Putterson will deliver a erie of
dramatio readings and recitations, for
which she acquired a reputution of
high order, Bnd for which she has
..oived the warm encomium 01
Mississippi pre3- will ue W
the programme elsewhere, the gifted
young lady will be assisted by (be Men
,?ol.!i,ilin Ouartette Club. Whose songs
and choruae we highly appreciated by
' Broom's. To-night a splendid enter
tainment will be introduced at the Jeffer-
T T . 1
son street Upera' iioubb. muimsi-r
Broom continues to attract public favor
and attention with bia sterling variety
combination, consisting of a first class
ballet troupe, a choir of vocalists 6f au-
turior merit, and a troupe 'of general
performers deservedly popular with the
public. - Go to-night and enjoy yourem.
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Hirmon A Morton have removed and
fitted up an p&W for the sole of the
Florence machine, at 213 Main street,
corner of Adams, i"- '"'
Matikei to-morrow forenoon by Miss
Patterson. ' " ' ' ."' ..
Blue Lick water on draught at the
Bay Baraa. 12
Browne & Browe,315 Second st 42t
Edward' BTempaU 'ily, JHrectary
lor IS73. , , ,
The above publication will be issued
as usual for the coming year. Complete
ness and reliability guaranteed. We re
fer with pride to our Directories of the
past three years of this city, as a guar
antee for the future. Mr. L. Soards,
general agent for the company, will call
on onr business men for their subscrip
tions and advertisements. Southern
Publishing Company, publishers,
i Richard Edwards,
11T ' Supt. and Managing.Director. ,
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Dr. Fergpbon, Surgeon Chiropodist,
can be found at the Worsham House
from 12 to 3 and S to 8 p.m. t
QEOHGE . MELLEIWII,
DKAI.FI IS '
Pittsburg and Cannel Coal and Coke
' BEST ClASS Or ,
Wood raraiahed at Loweat Rate,
2 Sonth Court Street, corner Main.
Tka beat wklnklen, wlaea and
llqnar la law a, at the Bay Hore,
Lazabi s &, Morris' ' perfected specta
cles are the best. They never tire the
eyes; last many yearn without change;
are warranted not to break. F. H. Clark
& Co., jewelers and opticians, ffo. 1
Clack's Marble Block, 290 Main street,
Memphis, are sole agents for this city.
Matikee to-morrow forenoon by Miss
Browa's Euglikh roslag paint.
1 1-3 acuta per square foot, by E. t'.
Joaea, 117 Poplar street. 135
Gas-fitting at 315 Second st 42t
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A new and select stock of family and
fancy groceries has been opened at 97
Vance street, corner of Causey, by Mr.
J. W. Cacey, late of the house of Whit-
aker ft Bnrdsley. . He can furnish every
thing in the grocery line at as low rates
as any house in Memphis, and will de
liver goods, free of charge, to any portion
of the city. Mr. Cacey also keeps an
ice depot and feed store in connection
with bis grocery house. . ; . , : ' 118
Maeleau, af Ihe Bay Horse, haa
the pareat Havana rlgara for aale.
The root of WaKhingloa Streel.
i Price 25, 35 and 60 cents. Season
tickets, 15. 135 J. Wii.t.
Paatnre Farm. One hand red and
forty aarea clover and sjraaa at Hon.
Bedford'afarm. Fine walar.acrava
alaalea, fence. . See Brackelt
Ado. 'i 1U-137
Dr. Kixbko'b office, No. 48' Beal
But the best, which is always cheap
est. .J. Devoto has a full supply of the
best family groceries. Call and see, at
the corner of Third and Adams streets.
Ucanlno tiravel Raolsg, ky Bar
taoloaiew Allca, 40 N. Court. lMf
Warner' Pbeparatioks for sale at
the Little Drag Store Round the Corner,
69 Adams street. - 100-t
J. II. Goodi.ett, Notary Public and
Commissioner of Deeds for the States
has removed his office to the Court build
ing on Union street. . 118
Awn'iso and tent made to order by J.
P. Lallemand, 330 Second si. 125
All klnda af roofe repaired and
warranted. Bo nr., no pay.
113 E. C. JON KN, 117 Poplar,
America Driven Wells at Browne
ft Browne's, 315 Second street. 109t
rXDKJUVItlTEK'M S ALE.
40 BALES DAMAGED tOTTOX
From tke steamer Arthur,
Monday, Jplj 17,1871, at 10 c'clotk,
K THE LEV EC
mm FU': E. FR'KLAVD. Ancfr.
Mf Geo. Shield A to.
W WILL PK1.L ON 8 ATI'KDAV MOHN
iac. July l 1Y,M at ten .'clock.
Oaf a rawa , irr aai baraeaa
Also, a (e lot nf Bi )., Ink. in and hemp
carpi n. b.dr...f Ml.. riHin, luiol
Ura, biflwin .t.ie. It. rt-., etc.
OkO. blilaLUn A l' . Aert'rs,
N.. :u Mtm ilreet.
i H ti't '' '"ii 'iiiH m -;e I
it ! , .)ii2 t ut
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AB WE ARB AH01IT TO COMMENCE
some extonnivft hnproveunntj and altera
tions on uur preuiiMt oorner of Main and Jef
lornon strata, raiarawry to tlio opening of
tha full trade, we have , ,, . ' ,
'-I .,"" ' 't V..-M- !
Marked down our Immense Stock
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STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS
, i. - . ..... ! ., .1.. ' ....
To such unpr.cedentcdly low prices at will
insure tueir speeuy laio. , ,
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COMMENCING MONDAY, JUNE 12,
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1 We will offsr bur splendid Una of "' I
. '. ,('. :., ,!. .'n ..! -.ii,-i.. 'ii t i
FANCY DRESS GOODS
Atono-kalf Ikelr nanal prices.
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Striped & Brocaded Grenadine
' ' " At hall prie.""" ' , '. 1
i.'l ii .i-.n-i'-.-il
Fancy and Japanese Silks,
( From Itc op (each).
also a Vast keduction
, . , - IK THE PRICE OF-, m ,
. .ii t . .1' (In. in '.'
HOSIERY," GLOVES, RIBBONS,
I."! ' 'l.V ' 1 'ii ."It.' ' ! I ' I '
. '.; Parasols, Laoes,
FANS, EMBROIDERIES, ETCL
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i. i in !.i " 1 -. i : -' l ' ''!
OUR MAONIFICENt ST6CK OF'
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White fjoods, Linen Sheetings, Linens
and Table Dumaskg ' 11 -
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At correspondingly low figures. In faot every
article in tbe dry goods line ran now be pur
chased at an immense saving at .... i
B. LOWENSTEIN & BRO.'S,
242 and 244 Main St, cor. Jefferson.
MEMPHIS CLUB HALL
Friday and Saturday, July 14 and 15
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Reading and Musical Entertainment
"; !. ' il BY ,.''- ! .. ; :
. .. ., -' i 1 ' - ) :..!
: -ASSIS1ED BY . .
Frof. Schultz, Hr. Levy, and several men.
bers of the Mendelssohn Quartette Club, j
PROGRAMME FOR Til IS EVENING:! ;
' PART I. ' '' ,
1. Berensdo, "tovely Night." '!
Chorus for Male Voices.
2. Extract f-om Xn.i Mo-watt'i Autobior
rm.hr Minn Patterson.
8. Pinno Solo Mr. Levy.
4. " JepliUh's DauKhter" Mini Patterson.
. polo. ' UlU bcittin "nWH.Ji. kuitiaou.
us ii. : i i ' !
1. "Miss Flora McVlimsev":..Mii Patterson.
2. Tenor Kulo (with vocal aoeoi npaniment)
image oi i tie nose,
Mr. Gideon and ehorus
1. "Chaivent Balen tiute"...Mi is Patterson
4. Winev.allnp ..,................., Male Chorus.
a. " Xue tlaven-;...MM .T.mi u Patterson
Admlsnloa ' OmsDol'sr.
Enteitsnment to eommonce at 8:15 p.m.
Matinee to-morrow morning between eleven
and twelve o clock. Admission, ncenls.
Tickets to be had at all the nrineinal bonV
and drug stores, Mrs. M. A. Mot omb. No. 8i0
Adams street, K. li. Culpepper, .Memphis arid
t nfirlpii'in rmimii'i.
A T THE INSTANCE OFCE'llTAIN CBKI)-
X. itors berelnatler named, in
Saturday, 29th day of July, 1871f
Betwern the honrs of 10 a.m. and 12m., in
front nf the Insurance Build. inr. No. 41 Madi
son street, Memphis, Tenmasee, I will sell to
tha M-liest bidder, for cash, tka followinc de-
scribea land, to-wit: One tract eontainins
i k i.li i um. bein Dart of a It ivJ-llKI acre
trtot, beKiunine at a poir,t in the center of the
Pigeon Hoost plank load, the northeast cor
ner of Cook A Thompson t (now L. 1). Mch ie
sick's) 4W-1KI acre trtrtt thence south ol '
is M.ul wilh the center of aaitl road 2 chains
II links to a stake: t hence south 59" 20' es t
with the center of said road 2 chains 27 linlci
to a stake; thence south bit 30 .Mt It chains
17 links to a stake) tbenoe south M' 0' west 3
chains and VI links to a stake, the southeast
corner of the McK'issick 4 6-HOacre tract;
thence north ft" M west 14 chains and 63 links
to the beginning.
The otner tract, eontaininrS 20-1(0 acres,
the remaining-art of said 14 itt-lflo acre tract,
after taking oh the McKissick lot and the una
above described, both in bihelby eounty, Ter,
nessce, and for a more perfect description ol
which see book No. 39. part 2, pages .1-1. 2,0,
and the deed of 1. C. Cross to John Kohe rt-
son. trustee, dated may m, IHO, rtegisu a
ofltce, Shelliy county, book 4ii, page 137.
Perfect title, as I believe, is in me; b ut I
hold Ihe same as trustee for certain cred' itors
mentioned ia said deeds abeve referred t o, at
whose instance I sell.
It is situated near Memphis, on the PI gcon
Roost road, excellently located fir subc trban
residences, and will be divided to suil .pur
chasers, cale absolute.
4 NO. B. R0BIN9 ON.
L. B. Mi Fjiki.akd, Attorney.
.l.ilv t, Kil. IT ?-1'1
NOTIC ia .
Miursre Citt Ftis ign ()gr,t I-ws. Co.,
Mguriia, J'ljr lo, A 7i. f
ATA MKET1N9 OF THR BOA1 D OF
J Directors, held this daj, a seen4 lall of
ten llul per cent, was mad. .bob the,, -spital
stock uf the Company, parable on tb , lilk vt
1171" r. VT. SMITH, Cart ter.
A. HKADTIFULi .
COTTAGE RESIDENCE FOR SALI,
OA MINTITKS' DRIVE FR01V COUHT
stV' cMiuare. ani very near tne lun jpme roe a. I
r or further particulars Inquire ot K. r. Hm-1
tillo, Jul Main sUeet.
, r t , WE GO TO j
I i ft I j mm A-'..-i imu -i
0i 231 -i nAlN STREET 231
CLiL vJrTO VE MON K Y . ' . Q
IB ...... - -' ' i- i n-M ....... m
i i i ii i .Ii.- ,! .,1 . :r il Ii .! I"l
5C , Mor.rn v hj ' '. u '
J Gents bay Clothing and
LEIIENISHING GOODS !
r$ ' 'l AnJl ' dlel ' their 'bW
U i i which 1 guaranteed as
F in. -.,... i i
t" r WALKER EROS. & q0.v , ' ; W
I.' I i I i II .1
-. i.'!i....i ia i i
. -i .A I I Ii il li
i. ii . i l ;
,vrr:U 'iMiSt JET if PALACE." .
....... . . ,i .4 ' i ' 1 '' ,.-
Xn Immense Lot of Jet
JUST RECEIVED BY,
No'.MI ac l ' Main ' Street,
1 n-nt- -
OFFICII NO. 7 MADISON STREET.
n IV I I-ii. 1 .... n .1 Miluv-?! ' :
8. H. DUNSCOMB. President. ' ;
'"W. B. OALBRKATli, Viee frerldenl.
V M IKI.HON. Knrtnr.l I
a,0t .(iii.JMlrrII (.
8. H. DUNBCOMB, D. H. T0WN8KND, !
W. B. SALBRKATH, Ai VACCAHO, - !
L. HANADKK, i N. JONTAINK, " i
R.8. J0iiBS. - - J. J- BUeiJf. i
i JJ1XI U. IWtt. 'i
laaBMa ar&lnit I.Ali IT Flr. BtS
rlue auu wm juihi, '
Rlika PriTSt Dwellincs wpeelslly
deHired. " ' ' ' ' - -P-ti
Of MEMPHIS, TEBfN.
No. S3 MniA Street.
CAPITAL, - - - i f 300,000!
C. S. FENKSR, Prealdeat.
W. II. MOORK, Bacretarr.
i,, Dlrstlom ' I
M L M EACHAM. i DAVID P HADDKN,
NAPOLEON HILL. J C NEELY, ,
OWJ0NE3.: . H H HlttBKK,
ar Fire. Marine and 'Biver risks taken st
tho lowest rates. "-t
. ''I" . , ... 1. !
MEMPHIS PRESBYTERIAN !
.,; Eev. A. Shotwell, Editor, j
IIITE A SUOTfVELIi, Prop's
. .-i ,.l - - i .,-, w i i
, i( Jt . PUBLISHED , ; ,
EVERY i f SATURDAY.
: .1-.! ' - - - -:i . .
!. i Office t 885 Main Street. ;
srTerms. l KO Tr Anwnm. ' t
nllSBY,' JOHNSON . CO. ARE NOW
XJ reauy V receivu um iiiE.uuiuvi.
work, ete., fnr their cotton shed now in lro
eea ef erwtion. Plana and ni.eciflcaUuas
inny be seen at tbe ouioe, iiDi ront tireev. I .
NOTIC IS.:..- j
ALL ACCOUNTS VVK THE tiAt'E rinrn
of Biitley. Mellemh A Co., not paid be
fore September 1, 171, will be plaeed in the
hands of an attorney for collection; and all
bills or indebtedness against siiid firm should
beiirosontedbyjulyfi, 1S71 f.,r payment to
, UEORtiK MELLKKSH. i
l"7t ' y South (imirt stri-ft, rornor Main.1
POSTPONEMENT. . j
THE DRAWIfiQ POSTPONED.
CAUI) TO ,TIIE ' PIIIILIC.
THE DRAWINO FOR TI1B REAL Es
tate, held in tha Distribution under our
m.n.ram.nt. which was announced to take
place to-day. is .
poalponed nntil Angmt SI, 1871.
tv,. ...inn this Indulrcnoe is asked of the
public we briefly state: Our enterprise is one
of magnitude, requiring the establishment of
Agencies throughout the United ritates. We
have now secured them from Sew tor u tne
Pacific Slope, but in doing so more time has
been oonBuuied than we anticipated. We are
in working order everywhere desired, and
place the day of Drawing only two months oi
for the puriiose of giving all our agents, far
and near, full scope for their best labors. We
started out to render the people a Distribution
nf valuable Heal Estate that should be satis
factory to them in the details of its drawing,
...i ;nt.nH n maintain that nnlnt regard-
less of all else. If there is to be any grumb
ling, we prefer that it shall occur in regard to
.i;ht rialav we ask. than to have it take
plane alter the drawing is over. On the 31st
of August our enterprise will be perfected.
We do not, nor will not. require another
hour's indulgence. Ke.pectluliy,
B PASSMOKK RUFrfN. ,
Managers Keal Kstata Distribution.
' Mctm-Vis. .Inly 4, KM: lMr
- IS : -
T O TV E S !
CLOSIXO OUT , AT COST!
nAVTtO MADS ARRANGEMENTS TO
change our business, we are closing out
our splendid stock of
STO FES, TIN WAKE, LA HPS
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS ATCOST
Now 1 Your Chance for Bargains!
Call and examine our stock before pnrchas-
BERINH A LOTZE,
:1 Main street,
1ot tS Jj'V'nll UlncV.
J, COHTAH, ;
Cream Ale I3epot,
Aa. 14 W sshlagtea at reel,
aa- Quart per dotes 117.; pinUperdotea,
II.; half p'nU r di.aen, ,. I deliver
any where In the ei.'y. I am prepared to ship
4y railrot d. Aleo. Stock Ale aad fort'.
'., M, I M
v :' in
Wear, erery article 'of t, 2
.i,i. .1--in.--, i . i i -I.. ' "y
to Make, Quality and ; l
....' :;',.'.:'... r
Ko. 231 Main Street.
Bracelets, "The Latest,"
I. ROESCHER fc CO.. t
Memphis, x I7enneee.
n a n i ilia
OFFER THIS WEEK 1 : ' ; '
House Furnish' g Goods
LINEN TOWELS, 17x26.
r if j 100, per dozen. : ;
LINEN TOWELS, 17x20,
- , f . ( 23 per dozen.
LINEN TOWELS, 18x30,
' 1 50 per dozen.
LINEN. TOWELS, 18x32,
1 75 per dozen,
5-8 Napkins reduced from $1 50 to
$100 per dozen. , ; i
5 S Napkins reduced from $2 00 to
$1 25 per dozen.
-!,. .. ... :. : ,'l i.- I-
5-8 Napkins, red borders, i reduced
" from $2 50 to 1 75 per doz.
100 dozen liojlies at 5 cents a piece.
10 " CASES 104 SHEETINGS
At 30c. and upward.
SEE OUR LINK 0F-
. t f i i
Bleached Table Damasks
i Ij slitii i ij,. tf -r"t 1 'i "A -ii! .
4, 4, f 1 ;M 1 J li - 1 )..)!
if Best Talus ia this m&rket. i i .
Solid French Lawns (choice goods) 11c per
yard ; a lot of tirenadinui, to close, at fx per
yard. i ' i ' t
: All our liawns.tirenadines, Pi(uet, Linens,
etc, etc., are oflered at very attractive prices.
r a m- : 1 1 '
for. Slain and Court Sts.
Lots For Sale in Ida City,
'""r: -on- ' '
Ioner iHlitnd, IVo-w Yorlc.
IDA CITT IS SITUATED ON LONG is
land. 3 milee ,rnm Kew York city, the
Long Island railroad running centrally
through Ida City. lK)te there are hereby of
fered fur sale on the following terms: r ifty
dollars each, on a credit of ten years, paya
ble in ten annual Inst luienU say 5 HO per
year en each lot. lie parties own ng the
above property propose te sell to the Southern
people one-half of the lots, say 4, on the
above terms, without interest. The hast
River Bridge is now in process of construc
tion, connecting Manhattan Island, upon
which New York ia situated, with Long Is
This Is a good opportunity for any person of
this section of country to invest small sums
in the purchase of these lots. Terms are
easy, and within the reuch of all. l'roperty
on Long Isiand will rapiilly increase in value
as soon as Kast Kiver Brid.e is completed.
Map of the City of Ida can be seen, and
full information given, upon application being
made to HY. ONTAISK,
-.j. Corresponding Secretary,
t - . - v ho. If Madison street.
1 LL LETTERS AND INQI IRIE9 IN
iVreferenee to Ida City and the purchase and
Vale of lots should be addressed to llv. li.u
Uine, Correnondin hecretary. No. 1'. Madi
son street. Meniphu, Tenn. The title to the
property is perfect in me, and the advertise
ment and maps published correctly represent
t he value and attractions ni me place.
' . rr.ua cb, pbopkietob.
Poplar Strait, near Dunlap Avenue.
Our Joavaaon, Florist aad Landscape) Gar
dener, late oi Royal Gardens, biockholm.
- ar 6reenhns and kardy plant, ent Bow
ers, bouquets, neral decorations for bails, par
tiee, weduinge and funerals. Lawas, garden!
and cemetery lots laid out the most artistia
1)ARK ArlK ArADF.NT. Ill
miles front Memphis, near the? Memphis
and Charleston railr-.ad; W. L. Miller. M. A..
Principal; T. C. Miller, Assistant. The ninth
sesxioe will open rieptemheri, 1K.1. Sludents
preiared f(r the I niversity of Virginia or
any college. Twenty boarders can be accom
modated. For circular, apply to Taylor,
hauli.rd A Co.. and U. Wade A Co., Mem
phis , Ten neeeee.
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