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Ofllcei o. 18 Madison Street sTiVsmou S E S . Aitii'inv n II MACHINIST AND Main street. Special 15 Seal Factor, 202tf Main street. attention given to repairing scales. "Kick inson7viLi.iams co.. cotton U Factors, 210 t i.nt street SUMMONS A SON. BOOKS. STATION hKY, J J Mainlines, elo.. 10 Jefferson and ci) Ueal 'tflS.llCR. AMIS " C0..MAR1ILK-W0RKS L ami lram ripe, cor, nmiui. u v-j.. OKl'EUrLKOl'oLl). AOKNT. PKALKR VT in Organs and Knahes Piano. .'.,3 Main. U (IKTON.W. II.. STANDARD KKKI'KR and sealer of wine and dry measures and measures of length, opposite No. I'"i Iron!. STEAM 1AKKS k CLKANKRS Hanson it Walker (late Hunt Kanion). S,o Second street. ST. .lOShTU'S 'INKIRMARY, COKXKR OF Jefferson and Third streets, in charge ol the Silor of the Order of St. liominic. COIHiR.4. Soith Nkvphis. No. US-meets 2d Friday in each month hall corner Mdion end S ond. W. 8. MatUiews, W. SI. ; Ben K. l'ul Icii. Secretary. ..,,, Amikiuim. N. 1i-mects 1st Monday In every uiooili. at Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Court and .Main. C. At. Carroll, . .M. ; John Beamish, Secretary. , Lki.ia hwrr, No. 2 meeta 1st J-ridny of each month hall corner Madison and Second. II. II. Hit-bee, M.: At. S. .Iii.lah. Sce'y. VkSoth, No. ii' meets M Friday of each month "dJ. Fellows' Hall. R. C. William Fun, W. M.: K. VV. Snellen. Secretary. Kn.eriNMM), N". :lllineoH 4th Friday of each month at South Memphis Hull, corner of AUiiifun and Second. VV. B. Kichardct, W. Al.; Louis Ciapski, Secretary. ROYAL ARCH. Prvs CnrTf. N. 2.1 meets 2d Mondav of j each month Odd Fellows' Hall. C .M. Car- j roll. M. K. 11. V.: H. M. Levy, Secretary. ! .Mmrm CHWTrit, No. iO meet at Old, Fellows' Hall, Sd Monday of each month. W. I S. Matthews, M. E. 11. P.; John W. Ward. Secretary. K. ASP 8. . Kt EKKA Corsni.. No. meet? Sd Monday ofeaeh month Odd Fellow' Hall. I). B. Forster. Th. III. : C. II. Myers, Roe. TKHrLAKS. CvnitvK Comuaviiksy, No. 4 meets tth Mon day ofeaeh month, tito. Mellcr.-h, Com. ; T. J. llarehua, Kee. Cai.i arv Ciuptf or Hook Croix. ISih, No. I 1. Charles W . Adams, oJu, Al. . r-. . ; Ji T. Toiulinson, :Cd, See.'. O. r. niRIXTORT, Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Main ana Korth Court streets, l.oixirs. AIkvphis Lopc.r. No. (i meets every Tues day. J. W. Heath, N. U.: A. J. Ward. V. li. : Jno. Waynesl'urir, Secretary. Chickasaw Loiioi No. S meets every Mon day niuht. Thomas S. liineham.N. i).: Leon l.evv, V. O. ; tieo. W. L. CrMik. Secretary. ScHli.l.m IrfiiMm, No. 1" ineetiS every W ed nesday ninht. K. Aokermnn. N. Joseph i; hi, V. J. ; 11. Oronauer, Secretary. rUsr.R Lii.i, No. 147 lucetn every Fridn nicht. U. Shiuway, N. rt.; T. S. Jukes, . ti.; C. 1. JUilliard, Secretary. DtQIItl! 1.OD0R. AUarnis Drc;ri: Low.x No. S-meels 1st Saturday of each month. L. f Burr. W. L. Al. ; J,.hn Linkhauer. D. L. M.: S. M. Nor wood, A. h. M. ; Leon Levy, Secretary. DKi.RKR or BlIlV.KAn. Rrm LonoK. No. 1 meets eth Thursday of each month at S p.m. Thomaa Banon, N. G. ; Mrs. R. L. Omomes, V. (i. ; Mrs. W. L. WcLefresh, Secretary , tCA)(PllKTS. ' 1avobo Kcaiipiist. No. 3 mee'a on the 1U and 3d Thursday niirhts ofeaeh month. C. M. Carroll, C. P.; J. Linkhauer, II. P.; S. Jl. Norwood. S. W. : Thos. Bacon. Scribe. Memphis Kscampmkst, No. 34 meets 21 ana 4th ThDdajr niyhu ofeaeh month. A. W. Jone. C P.; T. S. Juke.. II. P. ; T. S. liing hain, S. VI. i C. Gross, bcribc. ' . Jnitcil Ancient Order of Drnldfi. TevNR'SrK flaovn. No. 1, I'. A. O. I). meets at the Druid Hall, No S7 South Court street, on the lit and iA Tacsrt; evening in each month. J. ri. llciliirers. N. A.; J. lieehler. V. A.: F. S . Huuiimhaut, Secre tary: John L. Ki hberir. Treasurer. .Vt k u I'll i h (iiiovK, No. 2 meets at the Druid Hall, :t? Court strict, every Thursday evening. Win. M. Loeb. N. A.: II. tiertel, V. A. ; J. 1'. Shide, Sccrolary: Harney ray, Treasurer. Ci.KAVTMR Gkovk, No. :l meets attbellruid Hall, :57 Court stnwt, on the 1st and :td Mon day evrninirs in each month. A. F. Iiavis, N. A.; tieorre W. Banter, V. A.: M. Bren, .Secretary; .Martin Cohen. Treasurer. Ciicoi!iiiA S. A. Chai-tkii, No. 1 meets at the 1'ruol Hull, on the 2d and 4th Tuesday even in its in each month. J-Beehler, K. ti. A, ; A. Hitzlehl. Secretary. KAII.UOAU TIME TABLES. MEMPHIS AND LITTkliROCK RAILROAD Arrives. Leaves. a.m. r.K. 4.i 6.SU a., r.v. 7.i) i flonefSeM lnnterHville. Ferryboat will -leave wharfboat. foot of Union street, daily, at H.50 a.m. KKMPUIS AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD Arrives. Leaves. A.M. P.M. A.M. r.M. 12.15. ln.:w H'.r. lj.oi 7.U) 6.4U ,.8J0 6.0ft Mail Kxtri's - Way Kreik-ht...- fiomerville Accoin.. Ticket Office,: Court. 1h .Main tired, corner of South WEMPUIS AND LOUISVILLE RAILP.0AD. Arrives. Leaves. . y.M. a.m. r.M. 4.15 12.4-1 5.i Day Y.xi'Ttt New York Kxi.rcss.. Nashville Kiprcss.... 3.05 . 2.15 Daily throuirh train to Nashville and Chat tanooga without ehanye of ears. Leaven at 5::ju i.m.; arrives in Nashville at t a.m.. Chattanoora at :t:10 p m., next day. Iirp.it at head of Main street. Ticket office. SCJ4 Main (tract, one door north of Jefferton. MISSISSIPPI AND TENNLftfEK R. K. (Takes eTect Sunday. May 2S, ItCI.) Arrives. Leaves. a.m. r.M. N. 0. Mail (daily) 2.U0 Kxor-r, " 8.00 Freb.-hl idailyex. Sunday) 4.20 Heoot at fit of Main streeL Ticket Office. Main street, on door Bonn ot Jederson. .1 fg. YQVfiF. Oen'l "iir't MEMPHIS r0ST0r J(.E. Own Ilouta From 8 a.m. to 15 r.M.; 8u(DiT, Fbom y TO 10 a.m. Closes. Arrives. a.m. I r.M. 11; 4.:)f Memirhis Ohio R. K. ll.'Si; 12 I Twice ll:ii!y. 2X' 3.3) 8.S1 j Aiamnnis t barleston SID I 11.5.0 I K. K.- -bailv. 12.15 f Missis'id it Tennee- I see K. K. liaily. ( Mem his A Little Rock 13 1 B. K. bailv. Miss. river to Helena A Kriar's P't iailv. 2 j Vickburi(trl-weekly) I Mntl., innm.. rat. f Mi-s. river t Kt.Leais 8 I Mon. and Thurs. f White River Semi- ) 3 I Weekly Tnes. k but. ( J Ark'srivor.tn-weekly S I Mon.. Wed. & Friday. (Marion (tri-weckly) 10 .Mon., vt ed., n. f Cuba. Tennessee I weekly KridaT. I 12X 12.30 5.25 I BybaliaAUIivellrnneh ) I Tues. and i'ri. . 6 WESTERN METHODIST, Formerly Memphis and Arkansas. CHriatita Advocate. Southern Methodist Xewspaper. ritersT tuiLi ibscc HICKEUH 0500 COPIES, First-Class Medium for Advertisers, 0ns Copy, -t S 00 per annum. Ten Copies, 17 80 per annum. R. W. l'.I.FW A CO... W. C. Jull.N.SON . ..Publifhers. Editor. !HJ 22 JEFFEKSOH ST., KEBFHIJ. I 5.40 A Toitf hlnit Story. In the cemetery nt Nashville, Totin., h stranger was seen plunling flower over a soldier' grave. When nuked: ' " j m " Was yottr son buried (here? j " No," wiiKthiiHimwr.""1 " Your son-in-law?'' ' "NO." : i i I "A brother?" ...' "No." .! "A relative?" ' "No." After a moment's linse tltn strnnsor Inid down a small board which ho held in hist hand, and stud: . " i " Well. I will toll Ton. W hen Ih ar broke out 1 ss n farmer in Illinois. . 1 wanted to enli&t, but 1 w yxwr. 1. had a wife and seven children. was drafted. 1 had no money to' hire a substitute, 8 1 made tip my mind lhat I wwt leave ny poor, sickly wile and little ehildr-n. and po and (icht the enemy. ..AlWr I had cot all ready tn co a yvui: mu rhem T knew eame to me and said: You have a Lie family, which your wife r.mnot take carc pf. I will )Trt tor you. ne lul po in my i;ce, mm tn the hattlo r 1 ltieknmauiia lu was wounded and taken tn the Nashville hospital. Alter a Ions' sickness he died and was buried here, and ever since 1 have wanted to come to Nash ville (o see his crave; so I saved tip nil the spare money I rould, and yesterday 1 came on, ami to uay 1 lound my uer friend's grave.' Willi tears of gratitude runninc down his cheeks, he took no the small board and pressed it down into the UTOund in the place ot a toiubstoue. Under the soldier's name were written only these words: " lie died for me." In Georgia, ther say that two sherry cobblers and one cocktail make a sun stroke, j , v ' A lailr nlaced th followinc letters in the bottom of her tiour barrel and nsked her husband to read thttu : O I C I It M T. The fools who have been sending after " queer," or counterfeit money, will be nleosed to learn that full lists of names are being made out for publication. " 1 The "Lee Monumental Volume," so lornr delayed by causes over which neither the faculty nor tho publishers have had any control, is now going to press, and will be pushed through ns rapidly as possible. Punch says: "Womeu are' said to have stroncer attachments than men. It is evinced in mtie Hani's. a man is often nttached to an old hat; hut did you ever hear of a woman having an attach ment for an old-fashioped bonnet? . A Rochester (Minn.) man was sum moned to attend jury the other day, mid, his help being gone, had to close tip his shop. To announce Ins wliereaoont lie hung the following significant label on the door-handle: "On a jury; will. be back when we hang the rascal." j You have considerable floating popu lation in this village,, haven t you? , asked a stranger of one of the citizens of a village on the Mississippi. " Well, ves. rather," wns the reply; " about half the year the water is up to the second story window." ... , ' A correspondent, writing from Sara toga of the young New York men there, says their peculiar style of fast living makes men of thirty appear older than their fathers of sixty. Five years at Saratoga, he says, will make, a corpse of any man who follows up tho fashions of a watering place. 1 ' The party friends of Bowen, the big amist, held a meeting in Charleston on r rulay night und resolved to have a torchlight procession in honor of the eminent l'adica) statesman. The nnti lloweli faction are arranging for n coun ter display, to be embellished with ban ners, on which will he emblazoned the portraits of the three Mr Bowen's. A riot is feared. - '" SPECIAL NOTICES. Science Advances. As soon as an article purporting to be of utility has been totted, and its merit indorsed by public opinion, un principled parties endeavor to replonish their 1 depleted purges by counterfeiting and substi tuting a spurious for tho k-cnuine article. Some time since, mercury, in tho .disguise of pills, powders, etc., was given for all diseases of tho stomach and liver, while quinine was freely administered for the chilli. At length Hostcttor's Stomach Bitters made IU advent. and an entire new system ol healing was in augurated. The beneficial effects of this val uable preparation were at once acknowledifed, and mineral jKiiaons suffered to sink into that obscurity to which an enlightened age has consigned them. There have been many spurious bitters imlined upon theeommnnlty, which, after trial, have been found perfectly worthless, while llostctter's has proved a blessing to thousands, who owe to it their restoration to hoalth. For many years we lava walched the sternly progress of Hostetter's Stomach Hitters in public estimation, and its benefioent effects as a cure for all complaints arising from the ttoioach of a morbid nature, and we are free to say that it can be relied upon as a certain relief and reiuudy. . Its' proprietors have in ado the above preparation, aft, r years of careful study and sitting, and are now reap ing the reward claimed by this Talusl.Ie specific, and which tbey so richly merit. It is the only preparation of the kind that is relia ble in all eases, and it therefore demands the attention of the afflicted. , 1 l MAX OF A THOISAXIK A 4'OSSV Jf PTIVE I'RED. When death wis hourly expected from Consumption, all remedies having failed. accident led to a diseovery whereby lr. H. James cured his only child. He bow give this recipe free, on receiptor two stamps to pay expenses. Address CRADbOCK CO., lir2 Race street, I'Liladtlphia, J'a., giving name of paper. 129-154 j Forrest'! Juniper Tar For Coughs.Croupi. Hoarseness. Whooping Cough, Spitting Blood. lironchitis, and all diseases of the longs. Parties purchasing should be careful, as there are two or three counterfeits resembling the onui'ne calculated to mislead all in want of this preparation. The (ium is warranted. or the money refunded: and this is prepared by br. Jamis Masx.m Fnanxsr k Co., sine 13. Price reduced to thirty-ive eenta.'1 n ,. x OODY EAR k IHLLS, ' . o il. t 901 Mitw .t.. Sol. Af-O. M.mrMs- LECAL. ISo.S3i;R.D."r" In the Seciuiil ( Iianccrr Court t Mielby tonnrr,Tcnn. Joseph C. Eutier. , vs. James '. Mi.res. I'eler J. l'eter.Robt B Moores et al IT AIM'KAUINU FROM AFFIDAVIT f V,1"-" mtUisemusethatlbeilefendant.Pe'er J. 1 clers is a ren.lent of the .SUMe of Mis souri, and that the defendant. K.l.ert l!. Moores. is a resident ol the hlateof Ohio, and both non-residents of the State of Tennessee; it is therefore ordered l,y the t'lork ami Mas ter that they make U.eir appearance herein, at the court-house of the necond Chancery Court of Shelby county, iu the citv ot Mem phis, Toi.n.. on or bef.re the first Mo. day in September. IhTl. and plead, an.wnr or demur to roiuplaioant's biil, or the same will lie taken for crif,-sed as to them and act for hearinre.prt, and that a copy of thia or-l.-r i.e pui.iisi.ca one a eeK, i..r lour suttee--ive weeks, in the Memphis I'ubiie l..ln-r. lins July a, l.i. 4J.il. i,. blhrtAKl. Clerk and .V:i.ia. EyC. F.Kiriiva, Deputy Clork and Master. A copy AtUMi: Randolph, llammobu J,,.'.,cn. Solicitors for rouiplainaul. 1--1 4-lW-l. Trii!tcN Sl 1Y VlliTVB OF THK TFHMS 0V A 1 li tr.i.i. L.i iu ' vwiocn on the t ApKKn ith day of May, 1M, l y K. V. Ajeder, iroi'rly riitce.t tn t n.-iriMrr wj oi enemy iah to which rvlcrenee U uiade. 1 will, . Ott TliursUy Auifit SI, 1SJ1, 11 hour, aetl uitn the iiremfsea. . ..l. ... Ihc hiifhivt tilildcr. ivrt of lot I vtt of ,lio. v. Armour1 siihdivUion of tot I No. 4 t W-iiinin,for dcwrtetion, at a ie n Orteana ir. n uio mmn '" aJIcv tck of iho 1 ion loo.t ad thence north wilh Ihe wet line of Orleans slrcet tv feel ; thence welt at ridht aiu-le with Orleans .1.4 JIO feeti thence ioMlh feet, more or les, to Ue lirtt mentioned alley j thence east with the north line of said alley III' lect. iori or lew, to the oeainnina- Orleans stieet i i. i. i..iu..i ... K.. -,.1. l,vt I sell and eon vy only a Trustee, toiuity .of re.lcmiion Iwrred. - . II. lAlK, Trnsie.. w, .... A IVsloa. Attorney. w-itw , . . . i.o.n,u.j , . Iu Uio Seooud rhancery ftmrt, . Sltelhjr Ctmuty, Tonn. ft, C. Barbour, UJjouis Mutual Life Ins. Co. j Xrwton S. Olis cl al. J IT AlTKAKINi) THAT BITMPKNAS TO I ner, nsularly issued in this cause asainst defendant, Newton IS. Oti, and have hwa relurned by the Sheriff of Shelby county with the indorsetneni mai saiu iieieiiunns is not to be found in his county; it is therefore ordered b t Clerk and Master lhat ke make his apirance herein, .n the rmirt-house of the Second Chnm-ery t ourt or Shelby county, in me city ot .iieui T.nn.. ta or Leiore the first Mondny in September, l!)Tl, and plead, answer or demur I to ce in I 'lain a ol s bill, or the same will lie I taken for confessed ns to dim anil sot tor Hear ing eximrta. and that a copy of this onlor be 1 n. .l.li. 1,1 rti,M. a. week, lor four successive weeks, in the Mw';ergTVART. . ,! - o uierK ana master. , By C. Bn.CHiit, Deputy Clerk and Master. A einiv Attest : W'esteott Slahl. Solicitors for complain't. 11S-U4-130 Ijp , - , , Trust ? Sale. r v wr.nw fsd a y. t h k avm D AT OP SKP- V J tember. 171, in pursuance of a doed of trust wade to me by Andrew J. Donelson, to secure the notes therein swooned, and amounting to l.'R.ffil 71, besides interest, hisk uitl is dulv reoorded in the Pro bate Clerk's office of liolivar county, Stata of Mississippi, February . lt,, in ueeu doom T K n.ces :VW. 3:. 8. and Sin. I will sell for cash, upon the premises, south half of section 7. township 25, of range t, on Stokes' bayou, sections 24 and 2r, and all that nart of section ' lving east of the ilusb- puckonaw, in township li, of range S, west, in Bolivar eounly, Suite of Mississippi: ail head ot mules, l"o head of cattle. 2o0 head of bogs, all the wagons, carts, blacksmith tools, farming implements, household and kitchen furniture, the stock of eorn, fodder and pro visions.'and the growingcrops of cotton, eorn and fodder upon tc,e said premises. I convoy only as trustee, balesutuemtowiuow sdower. 1UM7 ' K. H. MARTIN, Trustee. Attuchiueut Xotice. H. DufEn k Bro, Vr.b.Yl'Uler.'1 r. . TTACHMENT HAVING BEEN ISSUED A in the above entitled cause, on the grounds that defendant is a non-resident of I the State of Tennosseu, and the same naving hnen returned bv the proper oUlcer. levied. etc., the defendant is hereby notified to ap 1 near on Monday, August is, , i.i, at ten ' o'clock a.m..' at my office, in the city of Memphis, and defend this action, or the same will be proceeded with ex parte. Thia itAtiee will he nublished inthePuhtic Ledger, a newspaper published in the city of I Memphis, once a weeg lor tonr consecutive I weeks. . i P. M. WLNTKKS, 129-135-141-147 11 Justice of the Pence. r' , Attachment Xotice. Anno Kinslow) v vs- . Joe Daniels. ) TTACHMENT IIAVINO BEEN ISSUED i bv me in the above cause, on the ground that the defendant is s non-resident of the Sinus of Tennessee, so that the ordin ary process of law canno be served upon him, and the same having been returned by the proper officer, levied. etc., the (lelendant will take notice that this cause is set for trial rriday, August 2f, 1171. at 10 o clock a.m.. before me. a Jus tice of the Peace for Shelby county, at my office in the city of Memphis, when and where the defendant can appear and defend said suit, or the same will be proceeded with ex parte; and It is further ordored that this notice be published once a weok for four con secutive weeks in the Public Ledger, a news paper published in uie city of Memphis. . li iirivrcu.' . . jr. in. Hij ix.nr,. IX-V2-1W U Justice of thej'eace. '. Atliubuient Aolioe. . IML Dudley Co., - ' ' . vs. I J. fl. Kolly, one of the Arm of ; 1 Collina. itnlirood k Co. I ' A TTACHMENT HAVING BEEN IK.SUED m the abive entitled oause. on the uroumls that .1, ti. Kelly, one of the firm of Collins, Bidirood k Co., is a non-resident fi the titnteof Tenneasoe, and the same haviiisr been returned by the proper oliieer, levied, etc., the defendunt Is hereby notified to ap pear on Friday, Kept. 1. 1S71, at HI a.m., at my oflice in the city of Momphia. and defend this action, or the same will be proceeded ith ex parte. This notice will oe t.nblisheil in the Public Ledger, a newspaper published in t city of Memphis, once a week for four consecutive weeks. l.T-LU-ni-Hr, B. A. MOORE, J. P. i -( AUacIuiM'iit .oliee. H, P. & C. E. Snowdon) L. Tramps.; f ' ' FFIDAVIT nAVINfl BEEN MADE 1. beforols. A. Moore. Justice of the Peace for the onunty of Shelby and (State of Tennes see, for attachment, on the (round that thede fendaut s a non-rosident of the Mate of Tennessee, and the same havhiK been returned, levied, etc., it is therefore or dered that publication be made in the Mem phis Publiu Ledger, a newspaper published in the city of Memphis, said State, for four suc cessive weeks, coitnaandins; the said defend ant to appear helore me at my ouiee, in the city of Memphis, on Saturday, Auyust 2i, 1171. at 111 o'clock a.m., and make defense to said suit sejiinu lueta,,or it will he proceeded with ex parte. S. A. MOOKK, I--4 . I.ie-tu Justice of the Peace. ' AUnclinient Xoliee, J. B.HeffordACo.l vs. W. L. Wharton.) TTACIIJIENT HAVING BEEN ISSUED in the above entitled eause. oa the srrounds that the defendant is a non-resident of the Stale of Tennessee, and the same havina been returned by the i.roir officer, levied, etc., the defendant is hereby notified to ap pear an Saturday. Anyust 1!', 171, at 10 a.m.. at my oflice in the city of Memphis. and defend this' action, or the same will be proceeded with ex parte. This notice will be published in the Public Led iter, a newspaper published in the city of Memphis, once a week for f.ur consecutive weeks. -P. M. WINTKKS. LI1-UJ-13J-111 -J Justice of the Peace. AtlaeliiHciit Xotioe. P. A. Cicalla, Ag't, etcl ' -W.L.Wharton. J A TTACHMENT HAVING BEEN LSSUED J hy me in the above entitled cause, on the sround that the defendant is anon-resident of the State of Tennrssee, and the same having been returned hy the proper officer, levied, etc., tbe defendant will take notice that this cause is set for trial on Saturday, Aus-ust 19, at In o'clock a.m.. before me, a Jastice of the Peace f,.r Shelby county, Tennessee, at my office in the city of Memphis, wbea and where the defendant can appear and defend said soil, or the same will be proceeded wilh ex parte; and t is further ordered that this notice be publi-hed once a week for four suc cessive weeks in the I'ubiie Ledger, a news paper published in Lm citv of Memphis. , P. M . WIN 1 K US, t?t.-rMn.i" ', .To.ii, . or tv-o p"i .. .of JOB PRINTING. I . V 1 'k 1 C. A. HtlM, JOIt I'KIMi lt. WO ssala a-rort. Til new BallrosMl IX np prlmis! mn Carda, Ulll-beada, I.Urr-h-svda, Ir rnlaraaw.l ;avelo.e. nclUli.;eraw anil ll brrw Job l'rfntlaa; neallrtrrnlel. i:.od-t WEEKLY PUOLIO LEDCER. CHEAP HEADING. A 36-Column Journa I i I 1 ! Tlio Wcoklv PUBLIC LEDGER! rUBMNHKn EVER IT i ; .' I.. ' .1 J TUESDAY MORNING, x ,!;,' ii :Mf i-.n qv I ok I .; :S-:ti.. ' 'M " - ' ' '- $2 Por A n n nmi! Till HEMT i.i news; literary. Miscellaneous Journal la TennestMec. Our Commercial, News, Miscellaneous tnd Local departments will be kept up to the high est standard of approved journalism, endeav oring to please all tastes and to ' Interest all Readers, Thus making the Wiiklt LiDOxa ome, pleasing and interesting wol- FIRESIDE VISITOR AND FAMILY .-COMPANION! In every section or the State and throughout the South. Plainly printed, on superior paper, with a larye and increasing circulation. .ADVERTISERS', Cannot fail toss the nnrivaled inducements offered by as in tbe way or cheap and profit able advertisements Terra or Mtilsssorlpt Ion i t2perAnrinm, Invariably in Advance SM" Specimen copies Mailed free. Hates of Advert I1ji if t 1 00 per Square tot First Insertion. 60c " Each Subsequent Insertion. "All communications dressed to should be' ad- r. WHIT.V0RK, PnlilMier and Trop IS Madiewai al., Meaapbla. j MEDICAL. fc-isN I V S Y 1 1 1 1 . 7 : . ' I ,t !,-...'.t ."y'T.v i ...... 'kffwU " ' f ,, I ' A Moiilfiiio as Old' as Time For Might wi knnw tn tlift oontrhrV, th Suit or Sjitiiiir, win Iml.lili(i): n:l euKiii)r wlii'ti Adiiin wiilknl, Willi J-.vq .in paru diso. Iti) thut ns in lniij-, itn. simitiirv jn-o)ii.rlii's Imvsi never br-rri surpiisscil hy ii iiioilirine of huiimn invi-mitiu.- They 1 1 I , .1-1 Ill hhvp, nowovpr, iji'iMi .I'liiiiouiuu sin nil thi'ir mitivp oflit'iKT in 1 i ... .. 1. I: .' ... TARRANT'S SELTZER APERIENT, , ., -( , ( o whiih is tho chi'miciil tliiiilit'iilo Jol tlic itHPlt, arid lis pllfflins; rnrps ot l v- pepsin, bilioiiHiit'Si i:oiiKti)itttioji,U:olio iii'rvmi. tlnbilitv. tii'onsy. rhmimalium fto., quite ns riijiiil it nil fin iiuuvi'Ioiih ns those iittrilmtod to the t.imnus 'sni'inii, ami which , tho faculty bf lOuropo hnvo plucerl on recQra r among tlio :neuicnl imrnclcs ol tho ojto. I ''SOLD BYALInnuORISTS. 1 I ,- I en.t-rHw-V'M'r; Rccommrntlcd ami Endortied by over .j Seven Jluiidrcd Doctors,, Jim.') DR.TjAWRENCES f! .;...,.!.! I l-fl-. -I I i: .: . .if j 1 1' t ill ' ' 'i ' 1 . ' i' ' i -1 ' ' !. ' . '. s ' 1 i CnvrOUND ri.UID EXTRACT oy 1 " ;;: )... v.!. . -. . -! 0 K OS K 0 0 ! i ') ? :''.! j.. I- 1 ' ' .i' 1 'I' ! i f: ..;. ) . .': (,( v " TUB GREAT ' i , i .HEALTH RESTORER. Not a Secret Quack Medicine- Formula. Around the IMtle. . .s.uiH .I 1 1 -i; ; :' it ... rari-ARtn iOLBLT BT ., Dr. J. J. Lawrence, Organic Chemist. KOSKOO Strikes At 1 lie Root of Disease rr PURIFYING THE BLOOD, " ''. 1 L '' '- ' ' RESTORI.Vd TIIK tlVKR' AND KIDNEYS TO A IIRAIiTnY ACTION, AND IN- ; ,, VIUORATINa THE NEIV- , ,, -V0U8 SYSTEM. Thtu Ih tlie'Secrct of U M'ondcrriil Success in Curing -. . CONSUMPTION IN ITS EARLY BTAtlES. BCROFIILA, SYIMULIS, DYSPKPHIA, LIVKIt COMPLAINT. CHRONIC RHEUMATISM. NElfRAMlIA. ' '" NERVOUS AFFECTION, ' ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN. HUMORS. ' LOSS OF VKilOll, DISKASKS OF . KIDNEY AND BLADDER, i ... Diseases Caused by a Bad State of the Blood. . It thoroughly eradicates every kind or Hu mor and Bad Taint, and restores th entire system to a healthy condition. ' ' r'' ' It is beyond question the raw lomo H ynx wobi.d. . Thousands have been changed by the nst Df this medicina from weak, sickly, sutferinr creatures, to strong, healthy and happy men and women. i Invalids cannot hesitate to give it trial. No medicine has obtained such a great rep utation as thia justly celebrated compound. rOB TESTIHOSIAH From physicians, eminent divines, editors, druygists, merchants. . etc., see : K0&K00 ALMANAC for this year. PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE. The Principal Druggists in the United Slates and British America. Ie. LWRHc:'i WoMiit'i Friikd oures all illsenses pecnllflr to fijr(,to. lit-. JOB PRINTING. PRICE. JGNES & CO., JOB PRINTERS and Blank Book Manufacturers 0S. 7 AMI 9 JEFFKKSOX ST., mm ' - I 1 , ' . . " W- ' W.il, i " r Mai. HI PUBLIC LEDGElt 1 1 1 1 1 ' BOOK AND JOB ,yf iff : 1 1 $ r ' i ' '- v i - ... Printinglstablishment ..it i ' l, 1 1 ' i j'.'i j . ,h v ; i ; 13 Madison Street. ; ..' i .two - ti i ; ' , IL IV IUTM0J. K, a Fropr totor. i.t:'.'c l V I.', I t mills ESTABLISHMENT, BKIN JffULLY stocKeii wild the littest ana uaost ., Improved Styles of Presses, in 1 1',.--- . '. 1 ! 1 1 1 From tho celebrattid uanuactoriei or R. ' Hoe A Cc.', and 'fleo. P, Gordon, and with all the stj'les and designs of :' (y,-j tU ut I.- - - ii.i.r ; . n .t j . i,l t i i ; r Borders, Oruamflnts,? Etc, Front the well-known foundries of Jcanson Co. Philadolph'ia and Cincinnati, w are propared to execute every description of ,'ltO: BOOK AND JOB PRINTING i ii n tt Hi . 1ST A MiUNH- UNSURPASSED VAf THK ; SOUTH. I'i-Miiio 'lis PRINTING 1 1 BILLS OF FARE, j ; BALL TICKETS. ' PROGRAMMES, ,' , , (i. AUCTION BILLS, i ',' , HAND BILLS', :. ; ' CIRCULARS. ' ' , ,'. , 11KADIN0S. INV0ICES.; i ., . i' . ; ..i)EKDS, ' CARDS, - ' : BILLS LA DISO, ' ' ; ENVELOPES. j ( . BILLHEADS. , i , 1 CATALOGUES. r T 1 MORTflAQ KS, PROMISSORY A0TES. . DRUOOISTS' LABELS, ,DRAY KECEIPT3. ... BANK CHECKS. , f CONTRA CT!1. Will I' PI N O TA.OH, ! - ' . ' 1KD I2cry Variety of lllnukn. ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO Steamboat Printings . STEAM BOAT.POSTEUS, HILLS OF FARE, i ' . MAMf 8. ETC. Theater, Circus and Show Bills, Dob la superior style 'and at lowest rate. FOSTTKsl, MTKKKT I1IIM.M, FROIlRiMtll! IIOIsUKKsi. S T Jt 15 ivtiait B : 'ill We have the argeit Bloe't Type manufac tured for tbil purpose, each .letter oocupyini A. aSAM.'HOTII SHEET. -Orders promptly attend d to. PRICES REASONABLE. Ideer Printing '..Honso, BAKING POWDER ETC. Tlie only kind tnaile hy a practical obemlirt, as well as physician, with sish-IhI n rereoce to it. heallhfi, ' niH. ttmpotrd of arhclrt that aid itigatim. I'n-fict tl itUI.,r J'iuita,coml,r.a,ailti,pu. ry u,l only white fjueet) and -light, but wl.uime ,, , nutritions. It it; firm it.. J I not ns retvuruucuilcil wi forfrlt r Kht to.trutlifJ -Ma, : HHs,eucni liiiltotloiis. tie sure you net ltf rram Jlakina J mier. Hold py Orocers. Mi.nXc! lunil only )T TIIOMPSOH, KTKKI.K A l til? IIK-G CO, JA-tiuta. tlitawoand l lUlU- i i ti in', mlft j.. i i !, i ' li i ; . p With grsnt cam, ly a new process, weextract from th. true, select iVntlsand Aroniati, each character istic flavor, and proiluco flnvnrimii for Cukes I'ustanls, Jellies, Creams, etc.. of mre'rJi-m ,) frtnt ttrength ami yxrnt purity. Xothing art, final r.my JUmir at repmmltit j'0 deceit ' tnlle full mranm. Vu that once, uUt no oilier. T, Ktml Micate, tUlicimu jtaixm ever mailt. So superior to she cheap extract. Ask for Dr. l'rfce's (Special Jflavorlntr.. Manufactured ouly hy ; -., T110JIe0JI,STi:KLI!AilltICEMrnr0.. Depots, 01110450 and St. Uiiiis eod-IU-w-ifi-W-IS ' " -" - WlilUhd,AlkjU For tbe Removal of Oti:!rjc(lon8 and tbe Inmranee of Repjiarr.y !n tic Zc ; '; , ' earreneeof .Ho3?Kj'ror!3ds.' J Tticst 1' PiSs arc an' unfailing Ferrutle Pcjiilalor, irJumhd for tpeciitl casttr; lha;a o'u.'iniite ones whore miidrr mvl c?'.eaptr nwili- OlIU'SIIW, , ' ThcVftrrtdnronrtflCflnl'llioTnnat aotivo and powerful prinoip'.oH of plants, roots nnJ lionum, so highly concentrated that each pill contains moro mcilicinal Btrength than, a whulo hoi or bottlo of ordinarj- dollar modi- sine In the markot 'Although jmrnful, yet to mild and pleasant in their op ration, that lie most feeble tcan (ake Jheta with perfect safety. MIT They may bo safely used at ory ago, and at any period, Eicurr duuino tbe fihst rnttEE uoxthb, during which luo unfailing naturo of their action would infallibly puk yEHT pregnancy.' ' ttW All letters seeking information or advice will be promptly, freely and discreetly answered.. , ,-, ' MiT Each 60a! contains about 100 piils, ami is wrapped in white paper printed in ileep red letters, withfutt, anderpllcUdtrections enclosed. j(ir Bent by mail, free of postage, on receipt or price, t5, per box. KgT Tbe Cherokee Fills So. 2 art sold bv all eutartTis'iiR Druggists in the oivilizeil world. Home unprincipled dealers, however, try to sell worthless compounds in place or this ; thone which they can pureliano at a cheap price, and make moro money. As yon valuo your health, do not bo deceived by such unprincipled Druggists, askfortlwseU),viUs, and Mke no oilier t. If tho Druggist will not buy them for you, enclose tho money in a loiter and wo will send them to yon hy misil, free of postage, securely tteolod from obser vation. Ladies or Gentlemen can address ns In perfect confidence, Btating fully and plainly their diseases and symptoms. Patients need rjol nesitate Decausu 01 luoiriiiuuimy 10 vihic n. aawnliave treated natientssnocessfullvin all portions of tho civilized globe, by corres pondence. ! I'atieuts addressing ns will pleaso stalo plainly all tho symptoms, ana writo l'nst olliee, County, Ktsito and name of writer, and enclose postago sianip ior ropiy. " We desire to send our thirty-two pago pamphlet, ontitled " Bun and Wumun as Invalids," to evory reader or this paper, floud address, with Blamn to pay return postage, and address as rollows : Vt. UOCTS JHSUIOU. ASSOCIAT103T, , 117 KOSTB SIXTH STBCST, Bust Locis, Hissocw. BONDS FOW JALE. NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN TO ALL persons o'fl"iringto make a ssfennd pnying . invoKtment, that the Selnia, Marion nnd Mem phis Hnilroad tympany now oiler for sale, nt their oflice in this city, their Bon is ol lliile, (Iroon nnd Pickons counties, Alahaina: nnd Lowndes nnd Monro counties, Mississippi. Those Bonds wero issued hy those counties, severally, to niil said compnny in tho con struction of their road. Thoy nro known to he five of the wealthiest counties in either tho SUite of Aliiimnia or Mississippi. Having siitiercd hut little hy tho ravages oT the lalo war, they owo no Hosting debt, and possess a lame taxable property, and tho Bonds now offered constitute their only bonded debt. They are all eit-ht per oent. Coupon bonds, and pay their interest semi-annually at the office of the Company, or in New Jork. Tho taxeHihavo been already assessed in nil the . counties to meet the interest and provide a .'iikinr, fund lor tneir reucnipnon. liieso i es have boon ronularly collected, and the into 'eet in every case promptly paid, liuar d ans "d courts interested wilh tho moneys oforoh"". ean find no securities saler and moro pr, 'B'hlo. and capitalists seeking to make norm' 'in' invostnienU can do no bet ter than purchase them. 'The Company will uisposoVf "'em at such rates as will make them a oayiny ten. per cent luvest ments and when ,'be Bond is paid, the pur chaser will reooivo twenty-five por cont. ad ditional on the ori"'l10"u"'- .bt'wks "i companies nlways depend op thoir manage ment and good fortune for their regular divi dends. The income from 'he Bonds is cer tain, regular more rcliablo, a."1", in most in stances, more profitable. ' For any additional information y)''Z,.' Kb ED. W. fc.MlTll, Cashiorof Memphis City Fire nnd (Jenoral Insurance Compnny, nr to the undersigned, at the oflice of the Scl.'na, Marion and Memphis Railroad Company, ho. la Madison street, Memphis. JACOB THOMPSON. Chairman of tho Finance Committee of R.,' M. nnd M. R, H. On. IW-l'M INSURANCE. LIASONIC MUTUAL Life Assurance Association, So. 9 Union Street, Hrmptila, ...... Tenoesse. m CONSTITUTES V0U A MKMBER for policy, $1 examining fee, and ft annually. No other expense except in case of the death of a member, when you will l,e as- .-. II lo- PICNIC. MEMPHIS GUARDS' PICNIC THE GRANDEST - ri.UCKN.SI0X AND TICMC -OF THE SEASON- AT JAMES' PARK -ON- 1 n iBjme.Kijii'ji i.i..1 '. 1 eii.naLL'i, liii. 111, wsiiiii'siw.Mwm. i"-isj. nm 1 I'm 1 1 wi rMr ri iiRi ii.Hit arr aw v -t -"--Jt-Mjiii.aafl AIVIISMI. ui-i I'lfTV KVIS. IS MAItlNON NTBEF. t.