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LECAL, . WEEXLY Pllttl t mmm-. INSURANCE. FIRE AND MARINE IKSURAE, GEORGIA HOME INS. CO.. OF COLUMBUS. flA. Aanct 500,000. STATE INS. CO., OF NASHVILLE, TENN. Capital, --- - 300,0O0. W. H. MOORE, A O It W T . Office: No. 293 Main Street, With taeiTln Bitak f Mem. plile. . PUBLIC LEDGER. Office i No. IS Madison Street. walking thooIoKicftl fireworks Com mend to the dcfyers of inan'g institutions and heaven's retributions such, a place aud such thundcrers. Tell those hordes that know no law but impulse, and no God but appetite that they are wanted that somebody is knocking at the door, and that they must coino. In the whirl of excitement even pain is forgotten, but it remains neverthe less. Heaven's justice may be for gotten when the passions are at play, but heaven's justice remains. The LATEST TELEGRAMS. peolala ! Ledger. iUIElCAI nM IMIMIItTIOH, VIA isuuaira ooitrAiT. a. r. a a, European News F. T. BOCKETT- -Editor MEMIMIIHi Wdnilay !. . 17 Parties spending the summer months from the city should leave their address at our cotintine-room for the Dailt or Weeklt Ledger, 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. LEGALIZED 8LATGHTEX. The ferryboat disaster at New York was as fatal as the great riot. Seventy five are known to have been killed, and one hundred and fifty wounded. The owner or owners of that boat probably knew the boiler was defective. They should be hanged for murder. A vessel that carries daily thousands of rople should be absolutely safe in B its de partments. To place the Ht of people at the mercy of an old paUned boiler is an atrocity unsurpassed And so with railroads and all menus of transporta tion that take the Money of the people in consideration of carrying them safely. One of these days.when wholesale waste of human life becomes a little more fre quent, a' storm will come and sweep hundreds of careless common carriers from the earth. The Legislature does not charter a railroad or a steamboat company to kill people. When the man agers do so, they should be dealt with as other criminals. Steamboat and railroad disasters, such as we have in America, are unknown in Engldnd and on the Continent of Europe. There, transpor tation companies have a wholesome dread of the law, for it will not allow them to escape its vengeance if they break its provisions. There, machinery must be as perfect as human skill can make it. There, no rotten bridges are allowed to stand nntil they fall of their own rottenness. The waste of human life in this country is enormous. Yet in our hurry for the everlasting and eternal dollar, we scarcely pause in our flight until plunged through some rickety Btraetiire called a bridge, or are blown into the air by an iron tube miscalled a boiler. The people are becoming accus tomed to horrors. As the population of Rome flocked to the Coliseum to witness the dying struggles of the gladiators, so tens ol thousands of eur American popu lation would desire no better sport than to stand on the banks of a stream and wit ness a train of cars crowded with people plunged through a bridge to the bottom of a watery hell. The governments that have control of great thoroughfares of travel are either inefficient or do not care at all about accidents. Really, the disasters that are depopulating the coun try are not accidents at all. It is no ac cident that a rotten bridge breaks down, or a rotten old boiler explodes. It in one of the physical laws that they shall do so. If those who run trains and steamboats are ignorant of this law, let them be sent to a school of justice. FKAJiCE. Paris, August 1. Papers have been seized in Marseille showing that ajwide soread consuiracy has been formed by great billows ot humanity, as nir as oo t,e. International! to fire the docks and church is concerned, nre outside barba-1 tum the shipping of the port. - The con nans. They have no part nor lot in the :-..,,-. ,. tr, nrofit bv the eeueral day a doings ol uieoiogy. l ney are COI1fug;on wbich might havo cusued the ocean to the river. How would aj :n-,j 5 Ther intended to seize grand camp-meetiug at the air Uroundg tjtm. j t-de barr8ck8 and arsenals, do? Trains could run", every ten min- on(j (ake tiie city while the military would ntes and carry out the well and bring j,ave busy in extinguishing the back the wounded carry out the miser- flamM- It ig supposed that the Iutcr- able Binner and bring back the shouting nat:0nals had arranged that the confla Christian. Great preachers from abroad KratjOD gfcould break out simultaneously, could be induced to attend. Country an(j on the same plan, in Nancy, Burges preachers Baptists, Methodists, Pres-Ianj 0ther places in the south of France, byterians and thnndercrs of all tects, I President Thiers threatens to resign united upon a solitary point, could come I u consequence of the factious conduct 1 1 j ? mi i . . ,r. , . togeiner ana ao wouuers. lurowuig, 0f the members 01 me nignt. shell occasionally into the camps of sin will not drive out the enemy. His works must be stormed and blown up. These Urbana people are taking the right view. Success to them. BEES AS A TEMPERANCE BEVEB4GE. C. i "I.-.- GREECE. , Atrexs, Angust 2. A panic prevails in this city at present, as an invasion by brigands is considered imminent. A large number of these outlaws have as- The report of Mr. Louis Miade, 01 1 sehibled in the mountain districts in the Washington, who was appointed Dy neighborhood of the city, and have com Commissioner Pteasanton to mane an m;ttej te most startling crimes in tjj,. official report of the Beer Brewers' Con- defiance of law and anthority.ltg'are" vention, held in Pittsburg" early Inst elers are unsafe, and the inhaV";i month, has recently been filed at the foroe(i to remain under tv Internal Revenue Bureau. It touches, Drotect;orl of the anthr- Tit r. New York Express thus answers the position of Mr. Stephens: "To call the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amend ments neither law nor Constitution and mere nullities may do for an abstract opinion; but the answer to the opinion is that tho two amendments are practi cal fucts and not words. Negroes do vote in the States. Negraes trill vote in the States; and no party in strung enough to prevent their voting." A letter from Buenos Ayres, of May .10th, says that the yellow fever had al most totally disappeared, and that the people who lied from the pestilence were commencing to return. It estimated that no less than 27,000 deaths occurred from this fearful visitation. The same letter states that small-pox hnd broken out in Montevideo, and is every day in creasing. Thk valuation of the real and personal estate of Pennsylvania is $1,G.14,2I0,9.5G (about f.jSO per inhubitnnt), the largest assessed vnluution of the American States. (iranlu Oravel Rooting-, lfttf DRY GOODS. SWEEPING REDUCTION -IX- AT UOIVINSTIi&IIIl .MMKNCE .itHaiidnltora- A8 WB ARK ABOVTof Main aud Jef some uxtonMtr iiiik-Lfi the micniug of tions on our promise' forson streets. nrr Ui tall trade, w- JWarV own our I in mouse Stock -OF- tholoraew A lira, 40 M. !t. Pumps at 315 Secon- 42t hiiionIMou roof. Tbe bent knowe, by K. C. Jonaa, in. S3 er t. 135 17 Poplar .-THING BOA.T y -AT - root of Washington N refit. Prices 25, 35 and 50 cents. Season tickets, f5. 135 J. Wilt. GiS-rrrnno at 315 Second st 42t says an exchange, on every subject con cerm'ng the interests of brewers, and irires some interesting statistics relative to the amount of business carried on in that branch of trade. It states that the FTJNI-2ltA.ii NOTICE. The friends mod acquaintances of the late J. J. WoasHAM are respectfully invited to at tend his funeral, from the residence of A. Woodward, Esq,, No. 202 Third street, this (WEDNESDAY) afternoon at fire o'clock 'It ik.ReadaT niaaater. The !.; i,bt by a Uambler. tSirw York August 2. The extent of I The funeral ceremonies will be conducted by t.. a ' A.. t n ovt.,,,,!. .Li . i.UjUte bn Hundnv is Deem- tne Masonic iraiernity. . .. - , . 1 - - . ' . tl. i:, r v,n 1 - every SUte in the union, ana inawaej D;Dg to oe apparent. m u ui died. Mmoiva mrnnri from their friends in all I :.;,. (Vtallv hurt and those already riiRRVAt the residence of his Barents f . . n I """" - ,, , -.v jk n nr Mrvf!nrrT. No. HS2 Main street. sections of the country. ine leer deo(j row swelled 10 eigu.j-.our, wuu ;t 7n,-0-c.'k this morning Morgan Curry, Brewers' Congress, which is to be held every prospect or its reaching one nun- aged three years, ten taontas ana two uays, . . .l. o-.l r . 1.:. tL ;.( . 1 D..ii... TT.itl nnntnln. twenty. The funeral will take plaoe at three o'olo in iresuen on mu mm vi ,ui u.""-i 1,1 reu. ucn' 1 ,r.Dr,iv r .v.. expected to be largely represented from with whom life and death hangs 1(len01)i Th. friends of the famUy are re- America, and as the Congreea that waf evenly balanced, t our or live persons I apeotfullr invited to attend. ijt have come off last year was postponed are .till missing. The Coroner will to- MASONIC. FUNERAL XOTICE. W UD v vvuav -' J r uv- D- on account of the war, busines of great daT gwear in a jury and enter upon the Ar importance to the brewers' profession is wort 0f investigation, with the view to expected to be transacted. - j determine tb,e lesponsibility of this frightlulatlair. ineuovernmeuwa a.au K 0FFICKRS AND MEMBERS OF disposed to hold somebody account- J. J,elia 8cottt Lodge No. 28H, . I n.Ajil nt thr.ir hvl I this IHEDrLDJIA) able, and has directed tne Board eTenin(, at five o'clock, punctually, for the ate I'ast Mauler J. J. Worshaia THElS BE HAKES. - , A Concord, N. H., dispatch conveys this interesting information : . , A vpry"cDricus phenomenon waft wit- .ro.U.iTnnkn to imstitute a Purpose of paying the last sad tnbijU of re- ui uitmi.r- I spect to our late 1 ast Maxter J.J. worsuaia, Messrs. Belknap 1 The funeral will take place trora me rest . . , t,: : el :j i :,.. ;n ...biiH Tl I D LP n liillPUIBUlErV " ",L1 11 I r i y LL1 1UTCSUK.UUU. vu.. . . . - - - . . - - . . . , . , , . . "" v j tr 1 , ,- 1 deuce of jMr.n oodwara. mi rnira ureci, bdq day afternoon, by two men anchored oil aa)j Lowe, the Government officers, are mitrth lo the corner of Bel, d Main, where - r-, 1 1 1 J I . ....nil hnat 1 . Karl A NnftbtA 1 S 1 U II U IU SUiaw 1 . .diaman 1 In A There was scarcely a breath of air stir-1 ' .... - cana ring and the surface ot the lane was .v..B . -- unaffected by even a ripple, when the which led to the explosion. Ihey are center of the lake suddenly appeared to determined to make full and search- th r.AtArniiv will tak-A th Htreet cars. ' .. . . ... . . ,,, Brordorol b. bi t tcai. Acting n . M. B. Jl'DAH, Secretary. Attention, Knights Templar I sink down, and immediately following ; ; ; ,, t0 el!cit guch facU ag YecUl Cond Cy came three large waves, the largest 01 ' l.n .Uted No. 4. KnighU Templar, at A which was over five feet high, and rushed will disclose where the negleot existed. lroni slTUtU thit (EDNBS over the rocks of the island, lor a mo- f0t this purpose numerous wuuessen ment threatening destruction to the boat. have een gammoned to testify, and the Well now, we always expected some- probability is that the investigation will thing unusual to turn up at Winnepiso- to-day before the Commissioners, gee lake and at Rattle Snake Island, and About three o'clock this morning Joe it hag come in the form cf a plienom- fjoburn, the pugilist, and a man named enon. Call the next. TO ATTEND A Cyrone Couiinandcry t Asylum, No. an BSDAY) afternoon at four o'olock prompt, for the purpose of at teudinc the tuneral of Put U. K. it. C. John J. Worsham. All sojourning knights are in vited to join us. ,. ..,, uwitiii jni!.i4liJi.nou, a. v. T. J. Bahchi s, Recorder. DELS MEUMQUE JUS, THK OFFICERS AND MEMBERS OF THK Consistory of West Tennessee, and all A BAD M AH. Senator Morton, of Indiana, has been figuring in a speech at Louisville for the benefit of the Radicals of Kentucky. In allusion to this able demagogue the Cin cinnati Enquirer remarks that "he is, morally, one of the worst men this na tion has produced. There is really noth ing that goes to justify or mitigate the supreme rottenness of the Indiana Sen ator. Off at a distance, where he is not known, he might establish tome reputa tion for general purity, but it cannot be done here, in the immediate vicinity of his residence. For his violations of the laws of the decalogue he has not escaped a severe punishment, and, looking hale, hearty and vigoroui, he has been prema turely physically blighted and ruined. We do not deny that he is a man of consid erable talent, but his want of principle is his great distinguishment. During the war, when everything was violent, and when he had great and supreme power, he exercised an influence upon the political destinies of the country ' that was unhappy in the extreme, but as time recedes and we reach the normal condition, he is finding his level as politician, and i not only appreciated, but his character as a man is discussed after a fashion that was not possible a few years ago. Like Simon Cameron, lie is the particular Iriend and apologist of General Orant, and there is a fra grance in the association of names which has not escaped general atten tion." WHAT WE HEED HERE. At Urbana, Ohio, they have a camp meeting at the National camp grounds. That is right We want National, State, county nnd precinct camp meetings. There is enough villainy in this country to damn a dozen such worlds as this. We should have a huge camping ground near Memphis, where our citizens could hear of their ains, and could confront preachers who do not coo like doves, hut thunder like storms, aud are real, live, It is said that women are to vote the same as men in Utah next fall. This is according to an act ol the Territorial Legislature, giving them the right of suffrage. In Nebraska the amendment of the State Constitution permitting wo men to vote is lo be submitted to the people, and women, as well as men, are to have a voice in its adoption. The ballots of the men are to be deposited in one ballot-box and those of the women in another. Here are two fields in which the advocates of women's suffrage may put their theories in practice. " ! TflE Germans are making formidable military preparations. It is said that they have rejected the needle-gun, so celebrated in late wars, because it was too heavy and too short, and only car ried one-third as far as the Chassepot the French gun. The latter they think are too light. The Weber is extremely substantial, but still heavier than the needle-gun; therefore a combination of these two is being sought for. In any case the needle-gun will be abandoned. nrvr,r Mnf!lnni became encased in a I I inn.iinrv ntified to attend a meetini of the MeCloud drew a revolver and pointed it Co..tatarj.w beheld at Coburn. Coburn jumped for hiui and , fo,,, o'clock, for the purpose of attending j I,mo llt.r.lo toaalo the funeral of 111. Bro. John J. Worsham. grasped the revolver, when a lively tussle S)J IC(frM actire meulet nd Treasurer ensued durinu which the revolver went General or the Supreme Council for the South- BM ' m mm ivi.,li(.tinn- off. the ball striking Coburn on the torn- joriN AINSUB. 33d Degree, . . . .. -i-.t.i i rommnnilor-in-ohUf ("on.ntory of Wct I enn. wound. A man named John Clark was less fortunate, as he was struck in the i..r, il.;..h wl,;U !.; n the saloon. Co- burn and MeCloud, were both arrested. TllCl!'! 11('A COllUlslIlV We print to-day a communication from a Memphian now in New York, advocating in very forcible terms the proposed subscription to the Mississippi River railroad. This project, though at present not as hopeful as its friendt could desire, is one that will ultimately eo tbroueh. It is only a question of time. The bridge at Paducah is a cer tainty, evidenced by the fact that the money to construct it is already sub scribed. J. J. Worsham died yesterday morn ing at Devall's Bluff, and will be buried here to-day. He was an old citizen and one among the best. He was known not only to the people of Memphis, but to the great traveling public from Maine to Texas. His loss ia greatly regretted by the public, and deplored by those who knew him well and respected him for the excellent qualities of bis heart And thus they go, the old stock, the best and the truest. I N S U rA NC E . IIEltN ANDO STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS To such unpreeedentcdly low prices as! will injure their speedy sale. . COMMENCING MONDAY, JUNE 12, We will offer our splendid line of FANCY DRESS GOODS Atone-lialf Ihelrnannl prleva. Striped & Brocaded Grenadine At hull price. Fancy andjJa panose Silks, From;G5 np (carta). ALSO, A VAST KEDITCTIOX IS THE PRICE OF HOSIERY, GLOVES, RIBBONS, Parasols, Laces, FANS, EMBROIDERIES, ETC. OUR MAGNIFICENT STOCK OP , White Gooda, Linen Slieetiug,IJnens and Table DainiiHks At eorresponditiRly low fls-ures. In fact every article in the dry goods lipe can now be pur chased at an immense saving ai B. 10WENSTEIN & BRO.'S, 242 and 244 Main St., cor. Jefferson, 7-t IT 0 H KEET 231 KAIN E M O N E Y 231 v Clothing and "filtNISIflNG GOODS! And J.ndlott their Boys Wear, T?ry article ol which It guaranteed a to Make, Quality aud CheapneNNH, at WALKER EROS, tfc CO., No. 231 Main Street. i H 0 R t 0 10,000 pes Bagging! 15,000 b'dls Ties ! FOR SALE IN STORE AND RECEIVING DAILY REST BRANDS AX MANUrACTUKEHS' PMICRSI Terms: Cash r City Acceptance. Intercut, 9 per cent. "WARREN & CO., Agents. A Present for erery Customer at the JET PALACE, No. 328 Jlain street, who buys from $1 worth up. That Is the way we want to make room for oar New Stoek. The assortment is the finest In the city, and prices greatly reduced. I. ROESCHER & CO. FIRE EXTINGUISHER. OF MBMPI1IM. OFFICE: NO. 7 MADISON STREET. S. H. DUNSCOMB, 'President. W. B. I AliBltrart in. v" -r.iuo. M. NELSON, Secretary. . B. MALLORY, Ass't Secretary. Director! 8. H. DUNSCOMB, D. H. TOWN8KND, II. OALUKKAIU. A. vau;abu. L. HANAUKK. N. KONTAIN. K. P. KISK, JJB imuir., E:8.JONK&. J.J. HUBlli'. JUUfl v. rutr.. IsierM ;ilnt Leas y WASH1SGT0X. Ka-KInx remnlltfs w iiwraara WASHiN-qros, August 2. Before the Ku-Kln Committee went away yester day, Mr. French, Sergeant-at-Arms, was instructed to telegraph to all witnesses wUn huA been luminoued. and who had nr.ttnr,; knowWire left their homes W.B. (tALBKKAl'H. A. VAOCAKO, to come here, that their presence wag not wanted at present. This was done in pursuance of the desire of a majority of the committee to have the taking of the evidence closed as soon as possible. Gen. Blair is understood to hare re marked that this action is likely to pre vent the attendance of the witnesses called bjr him to come here, as tbey will see notice of what has been done in the papers and return. They have not Wn over-anxious to appear, and would seize any possible chance to es cape altogether. Mr. Pool and Mr. Blair both desire to have the investiga tion go on, but as they have not authority to summon witnesses the end is at band till September. f M Gen'l Ag't for Tenn., Kent'y and Georgia i -1- Fl r. Msv rlsieststd Klmr Klsks. mw Risks on Prlvata Dwellings especially desired. i ' BLurr CITY INSURANCE C03IPANY, OF MENPHIN. TERN. No. oa Main Street. CAPITAL 200,OUIM Tbe PoUoalBff ml FasTesskerBer. CoLimBtn, Ohio, August 2. The facts in the case of the Paffenberger poison ing remain beyond a doubt as previously stated, notwithstanding the Associated Press dispatch from New York lost nisbt Dronouncinz it a fabrication. Tbe C. H. FESJf ER, PTultirnU W. U. MOO It E, Nerrrtarr. Dlrs (Ursi MLMEACHAM. DAVID P IlADUtJ" NAPOLEON HILL. JCNEELY. Q W JONES, HHHI8BKK. CSFENNEK. Fire. Marine and River risks Ukenat KEltLE IIALI, stomach was analysed and quantities of BeUet Boarding and Day School for Young arsenic found; also, traces of poison in Ak exchange says Dr. Livingstone has not had any breeches to speak of for four years, the merchant tailors of Ujiji refusing to credit him. With a little paint, however, and a fragment of lion- skin around his loins, tbe Doctor has managed to keep birnsolf in presentable condition for the levees of African mon areas, whose regulations concerning court customs are quite liberal. Senator Mortox talks of " tolera tion!" " we tolerate," etc. Who toler ates? Where is tbe despotic power that tolerates? Is the old doctrine, that power resides with the paiple, kicVal- out of doors by tbe bK.t-Ue ot a archy? It is reported that the negro DeLarge, whose seat is contested by bigamist Bowen has consented to withdraw and is to be appointed Collector of the port of Chr!e!on. EDUCATIONAL. the liver. Evidence is strong, throwing suspicion on the wife of Paffenberger, ho subsequent to the death of Pa (Ten - bereer married Colburn. then cattle market reporter for the New York Tri bune, and now a banker in Nassau street, New York. Circa Kaw. CiKCixATt, August I. John Robin son, the circus proprietor, to-day brought suit against Adam Forepaugh, another circus proprietor, for harboring Cordelia Julick, an apprentice of Kobmson s, who ran away from him and was re tained by Forepaugh after Robinson had served written notice on him that she was his appreutice. Robinson places Ladies, No. las Woahlnitton Wtreot MRS. KETCH I'M. I'rlarlpal -KflTVH BR1STON SKPT. VI. 1N1. lam.U I iar and curds at the book and ramie .lores and at Keble Hall. 'i. MEMPHIS LADIKS' ISIlUlt Ha. aia nota Ulr!, rRK TANSTB P. MrHEMEK. PRINCI I I : 1 1 . . it m Atamiesil I A,.B6.r in Sei.temlr. Kor terms see circu lar or apply to the Principal. 1 ST. MARY'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS 8J Poplar St., Memphis, Tenn sr.. MARY E. POPE, raiaurAb, WILL REOl'F.S MONDAY. fEPT. 11th V tor bearders ami aar seuoiarr COTTON JMES. NOTICK. his damages at forty-four thousand dol- W iAy g EEE5 ATP0ISTED BY MR- ars. . J. J. M'COMB, Of UV tKr-UUL,tNU. Malrlale. Troir TT t ptb Ancrnst 2 The bodv As his As-nU for the sale of Ties mannfae- r- " - I . i k. - I, . m i of Edward Johns, Market-master of this city, was found in tbe river this forenoon about nine o'clock in water about waist deep, under circumstances that are con clusive that he committed suicide. tured br him, including ih. eel.braUd "ARROW" TIE. 3IS-I.2S30 a g rs r. 3, 4 i mix ?wH .. 8 -S S i trQS Sb 6.5 a a -,2 j. WYNB, KY.. 11. VAN LOUISVILLE CROCEmES. R. H. GLISSON & CO., No. 1 13 Main Street, 1 1 AVE JUST RKCEIV KI AND UK til I I r..T a full assortment of staple and fancy irooeries, etc. ; Oeo. 1. Davis Co. star hams and breakfast bacon, Lynns ltro. s bee hive hams, best brands of family flour. r-hoicn table butter, sarar, conee, tea, emces, etc. Pure old luanac Dranuy; lion, sncrr; i,..iaIt-. wines: old Bourbon and Robin son county whiskies all of which we sell at lowest rjneea. A doom eoiu are uoiiv.rou free ol charge and under suarantee, Please call, price our roods, and be convinced of the HOTEL. E O'BANNON, Late Overton Uotei. L. 8. MORRIS. Late Overton Hotel PEABODY HOTEL, Corner Main and Monroe Streets Memphis, Tetinaaee. THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE LEAr-hU the above new and decant hotol for a term of yean, and intend keepinc a firr.t-class bouse In every rcspeci, snu .oncu io. iu. are of the traveling puoiic .y, II II A ' ' - : ' 1 llll.ljlLjIIllL NOTICES. Also the Anchor, Opn Fide-slot and Self faafninr llM'-kle. MhwirI inducements to tb itt taie ia price and tcrro" .. Ahr.fcN A CO. IV O T I O 3U. DURING MY ABSENCE FROM THE CITY perrons havinc bujincl wilh me indiyid ually. or aa Hvceivcr of the Uayoso huTinei I.(it..ti.iM will nml nn Mu.liT. Hunt a Co.. 3o4 Front street, who are authorised to make contracts for renu, eolieci money, c'c. XOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS, SlI MA. MiRIO AJID Mrnis R. P.. Cu., MabioT. Ala.. July 2S. 171. t.v finrtEB. (IP TUB HOARD OF III R EC- 11 tor. a Slcial ni tin "f tbe Slock b"Mers ..r Mmi.inv is called to take place in th .;w ,.f -..liimhu.. M iu..on September A. 171 P., aim... i.l Lli. rcte.t importance will be broorht rx-fi.r. tbe cmTenlion, and a larre atleod.nc ia requested. S. B. uKREST, Pre.id-nt. S. II. Fowl sra, Secretary. l-l'7 ' N O T ICK. a T.I. AffforVTS DUE THK LATE FIRM J of liiitlcy. Mcllcrch A Co., not paid be fore beplcmber 1, 71, will be placed in the bands of an attorney for eollcctmn; and all b, indrb'cdne.s ain.tsaid firm sbonld be presents by Ju.y..i. to 10Tf 25 Ponth Court "trf, eomer Main. NOTICKr JIlrRts CiTT Fm n Oitx't Ix. Co., Mavpuia, July III, l""!. II A MEET IN i OF THK BOARD OF .' v,;-,,, ... k.ld this day. a second call ol ten Uo per cent, was tnsd. upon the c-tpital stock of the Company, payable on the Ulu ol i An'"!tj"11' F. W. SSUTU. Cashier CO C3 C9 CS CO 0U as 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1. , !,ll III.IKI "j ' ' t) H :- - i cb rn ..Lici-..i.-J La-J I.TOt 360 anil :lOJ I rout Street. LIBERAL ITVTEEI! 114-xiii39 Grover & Baker's DIGI1KST PREMIUM ELASTIC STITCH FAMILY SEWING MACHINES. POINTS OF EXCELLENCE: Beauty and Elasticity of Stitcb. Perfection and Simplicity of Machinery. Usinr both threads directly from the spools. No fastening of senms by hand, and no waste of thread. Wide range of application without change of adjustment. The seam retains its beauty and firmness after washing and ironing. , Besides doing all kinds of work done by other Sewing Machines, these Machines eaecute the most beautiful and permanent Embroidery and Ornamental W ork. GROVER aSc -BAKER'S IMPROVED SHUTTLE OR LOCK-STITCH SEWING MACHINE Uses the Straight Needle, makes stitch alike on both sides, nnd is one of the simplest and UffUljE.b rUUUIUI BIIUIHW U4UAHS-U- t Grover & Bakers New Improved Box Machine Runs either ty hand or foot power; specially adapted for invalids and Ihosa who are not able to use a treadle machine. , p.,.:. rph.inv from ns can have their choice of either stitch, with tho privilege of exchanging for tho other, if not satisfied with their first ohoice. ar Circulars and families of sewing sent to any address. Grover & Baker's Sowing: Machine Com'y r.i-M ' DISSOLUTION. iissoiTJTiorv. fPHlS FIRM CF MOOKK, KAUKK w.. I is this day dissolved. Mr. C. B. Moore re tiring, l-.itber momiier ol tne nrm i auioor ited to collect cluiuis or sign in liouidatiun. W. H. KADKK, July 18, 1871. FRANK MhiLLERSH. A CARD. HAVING THIS DAY RETIRED from the firm of Moore, hader A Co., I aiu uesirous oi riMiiruioa uij nu henrtlelt thanks to agenurous public for their kind patronage, and would respectfully so licit fr my successors a continuance of the same. C. B. MOOKL. W.U. EADER. F.MELLKKSH. EADER & MELLERSH, STAR PLANING MILLS AND L U M II E It Y A. It . HANOFACTCRKRS AND DKALKI8 I DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, MANTELS, Moldings. Bracketji. Scrollwork, Balusters, Door and Window Frames, Floorinrf-ilinVoalher-Boarilliig;, Lattice, Laths. Shingles and Rough and Dressed Lumber. Mill, Nos. 358 and 300 Second Street Officeand salesroom, S3 I SsceaUslrsst, between Union and Oayoso, Memphis, Tenn. 1.'S.47 PICNIC. MEMPHIS GUARDS' PICNIC THK IJRANDfcT- riUKESSIOX AND TICMC -OF THE SEASON- AT JAMES PARK -ON- Hntitrilny. Aiii;itt rtl. aiviism., rirrv rri. 11 .1 HARDWARE. ORGILL BROS. & CO., MempIiiM, TemiCNif?p, IMPORTERS & J0BI.ERS OF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC HARDWAIIE -0F- EVERY DESCJUPTION. 310 and 312 Front Street. rui.i'A NURSERY. IiluiTCity Nursery, M. PERDl'E, PROPKIKTI1R, Poplar Street, near Dunlap Avenue. OLor JoHSsaoK, Florist and Landscape Gar dener, lata of Koyal Gardens, Stockholm. a- Greenhouse and hardy plants, cut tow ers, houuuets, floral decorations for balls, par ties, weddings and funerals. Lawns, gardens and cemetery loU laid out a tbe most artislio ftle. 7X-tin Mr. .1. .1. McCOMB OF LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND. IIAVING apKinted us one of his PRINCIPAL AGENTS -FOR THK SALE OF TIIE- "ARROW" COTTON TIE We are prepared to supply the CITY TRADE at lowc.t rates. yju.i-H-r-; OH'ITT.T, PR"8. PP. JFORTUNES. M A IIA si j: anna, FIOKTI SiE TII.IIR. EAST PI UK OF Main St., sooth of Broadway, two siusrc. below the M. and T. railroad depot. Ilo-l S