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PUBLIC LEDGEIl Offline No. IS MjmIIhou ipdu. BUSINESS HOUSES. T-vAVins n. P . DEALER IN FfJRNI JLtura. Mattresses. Bedding, Mosquito Kara, etc., 341 Bocoua street. ua IJOWMAN. 0. H., MACHINI8T AND I) Scale Factor, 202 Main itrMU Special attention irivcn to ninirmi eoaioa. S4t rvICKINSON, WILLI AMS A CO., COTTON U Factors, ill) rrnnt street, E LMSIIER. AMIS MMONS A SON, BOOKS, STATIONERY, Mainlines, etc., lOJefleraon andt Heal A CO.. MARBLE-W0RK8 and Ilr.in Piiir. fnf Anwm wn1 Second HAiLKOAD TIME TABLES. MEMPHIS AND LITTLE ROCK RAILROAD Arrive. Leant A.M. P.w. A.M. T.u. Memphia 6.40 7.10 rlopeneiu 00 Huntersville ...... - g'Jg Little Rock -30 Ferryboat will leave wharfboat, foot Of Onion street, daily, at T.uu a. in MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD &1T1TH, AtOvea Mall.. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. 8.30 12. IS Rrpress.. .. . Train lA Mohlle rloinervillc Aocoinmod'n.. 9.45 11.15 6.00 .00 I 4.30 Vtir. train rloea not run on Sundsv. Ticket Offioe, 27 Main itreet. corner of South Court. MEMPHIS AND LOUISVILLE RAILROAD, Arrivei. Leaves. Oar Express ........ New York Express...... Browniville Acoom p.. , 2.30 . 8 A. , P.M. 1.30 A.M. P.M. 4.15 1.30 4.16 The Brownsville Accommodation leave, at 4 :U p.m. daily, except Bunuay. n..n, . k.,i1 at Main afraat. Ticket Office, 237X Main itreet, one door north of Jefferson. MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE R. R. Arrive!. Leaves. A.M. P.M. 5. 0. Mall (daily)...... . ,A S.tfl Expresr, " 8.50 Vr.iirht (daily ei. Sunday) 4.00 1 6.30 , P.M. 2.10 4.15 n.nnt . rnnt AfMaln atraet- Ticket Office, 237X Main itreet, one) door north of Jefferson I A.q .Y1N1F, Ocn'1 Snp't. MEMPHIS POST0FFICE. Orrtci HonaaFiOM 8 a.m.toS p.m. I Bokdat, FlOM 9 TO 10 A.M. Closes. Arrivei. A.M. P.M. 11.50 11.60 ".60 U.50 10 4.30 f Memphis A Ohio R. R. iwioe iauy. Memphia A Charloiton R. R.-Daily. Mississippi A Tenn- ee R. R. Daily. Memphia A LittleRoek 11 ( R. R.-Daily. . ( Mlss.nvertoMoiena S 1 Friar'i P't daily. Vicksburgltrl-weesiy; Mon.,Thurs., Sat. Miss, river t Rt.Louii t I Mod. and Thun. j Wbite River Semi 8 IWeekly-Tues. A Sat. j Ark'iriver.tri-weekly I Mon..Wed; A Friday. Marion viri-weoxiri Mon., Wed., Fri. Cuba. Tennessee 12X1 weekly-Friday. J jjynaiiatxuiive iirauca ( I Tuei. and Fri. 2.3" 8.30 3.20 12.16 J 12.30 5.2S IRF.CTOKY. toDO. f ASONIC DIBECTOBT. Ill T.nnoxft. cn.iiM,i,mi. Nn. 118 meets 2d Friday in each month hall corner Madi'on and Sec ond W 6. Matthewa. W. M.i Ben K. Pul len. Secretary Akokroka, No. 1W-meets 1st Monday In every month, at Odd Fellows' Hall, comer nourt and Main. C. M. Carroll, W. M.i John Beamish, Secretary. Llia Scott. No. 289 meets lit Thursday of each month hall corner Madison and Seo eond. 8. Sturm, W. M.I M. Hochatadter, Bx1oto!No. 29 meets 3d Friday or each month "dd Fellows' Hall. R. C. William son, W. M.; R. W. Shelton, Secretary. KawiKKino, No. 311-meeti 4th Friday of each month at South Memphu Hall, oorner of Madison and Second. W. B. Richardet, W. M.; Lonii Ciapski, Secretary. SOVAL ACH. Pn CBiPTia, No. 22 meeti 2d Monday of each month-Odd Fellowi' Hall, C M. Car roll. M. E. H. P.! B. M Levy, Secretary. Miamis Cbaptk, No 95 meeU at Odd Fellowi' Hall,SdMondy of each month. W. S. Matthewi.M.B.U. P. f John W. Ward. Secretary. 1. AKDS. M. oxia Council,, No. 6 meets 3d Menday of each month Odd Fellows' Hall. D. B. Forster, Tb. 111. : C. II. Myeri, Reo. TSMPLARS. Ctiini Comiukpiiit. No. 4 meets 4th Mon day of each month. Geo. Mellersh. Com. j T. J. Barchus, Reo. ' CaLVait Chaftxs op Rom Croix, 18th, No. 1. Charlei W. Adami. 32d, M. W.V i II. T.Tomlinson. 32d. Sec. T O. O. K.liIKECTOKT. jey.' Odd Fellowi' Hall, oorner Main and North Court streets. LODOIH. Mimpiii Lnoot, No. 6 meets every Tne day. A J. Ward. N. O.; R. F. Alexander. V. U.s Jno. W. Waynesburc, Secreury; E. F. Risk, Treasurer. Ciicxasiw Louoi, No 8 meets every Men day night. Leon Levy. N. O. : D. Schlon, V. U.; J A. Holt, SeoreUry; H. 1). Connoll, Treasurer. . Sohillxx Lodox.No. 140 meetJ every Wed nesday ninht. Joseph Uhl, N. u. t H. tirn nauer, V. O. : J A. Oronauer. Secretary! J. (j. Schmidt. Treasurer. Bak' Lodox, No. 147 meets every Friday night T. S. Jukes. N. O.; C. I'. Milliard, V. (1. : E. R. Jack, Secretary; J. S. Wilkins, Treasurer. DtOtll LODOI Mimphii Dioxxx Lodoi No. 3 meeti lit Saturday of each month. W. H. Moyston, D. M.i B. Bingham, D. D. M.; J. E. Rus ell, A D. M. ; T. S. Jukes, Secretary; Leon Levy, Treasurer. dioriiop 1MRIAB. Roth Lodoi, No. 1 meeu 4th Thursday of each month at 3 p.m. Thomas Bacon, N. O. ; Mrs. R. L. Groomes, V. U.; Mrs. W. L. McLefresh, Secretary. mgamfmirti. OatoCo ExCAMriixiiT, No. 3 meeti on the 1st and 3d Thursday nijrbtj of each month. John Llnkhauer. C. P. I John Gordon, II. P. ; W. H. Moyston, S. W.; R. F. Alexander, J. W.l Tbos. Bacon, Scribe. MxvraisEiiCAVPxixT, No. 39 meets 2d and 4th Thursday nights of each month. T. S. Jukes, C. P. T. H. Bingham. U. P. J. W. Waynerburg, 8 W. A. W. Newsom, J. W. ; J. JT. Fischer, Scribe. LIST OF LETTERS Keuialnluar In the PoetolBne mt N(a. ptaln Mmurdwy, Marrh SO, 178. Ptiblinhnl in (' rinilii tinmimptr h avian ll LAHGE.ST VIJiCULATJUN i ( circuit of the Mtmphit i'ontoincc. I. ADIEU LIST. MoNoik ASKEW Mn JU Allison mn F Alieson Kmuia Ansbrow luisi II BILL miii C Daily mn W Bybee mn M Uoswell mrs J R Boone miss J Brinklev misa O Brown mile L SARL mm M B LCarpenter uirs M 0 Cheek mrs E A Anderson Miss M Anderson mn R M Antwine misi M Badger mn M Barnard miss F lioyer mra R Bond misi M Brown mra s (col) 2 Buckner mrs C Clement mrs T J TJUttHTiJ OF PYTHIAS. Txxxriasi Loofli No. 5-Meeti .v.rv Wednesday nixht at Cvrcne Commandery Hall, No. 204 Front street. W. H. Moy.ton. V. P ; T. S Jukes, W. C. ; J. K. Russell. V tC. I W.H. Miller, B. ; E. R. Jack. F. S.; H. H. Coleman, H S MxMraie Lodox No 6-Meets every Tues day nigbt at Druid Hall. No. !") South Court street. J. McCall. V. P. ; H. 6. Reynolds. W. C. ; A. J. MeGarvev, V. C. ; C. LeClerc. B. W. Uorgan. F, 8. ; C. H. Pomeroy, R. S. laoel Aaclcat Order f Draleln. u , Tticnnsixg Oiovi. No. 1. U. A. 0. D. meete at ine uroia uiik jo. at ouui t;ourt itreet, on the lit and W Tuesday eveningi in each month. J. B. Ueiligers, N. A.I J. Beehler. V. A.; F. W. Buttinxhau, Secre tary i John L. ti hherg. Treasurer. MxuPHia Uaovx. No. 2 meeu at the Druid Hall, SI Court street, every Thursday evening. Wm. M. Loeb. N.A.; H. Oertel. V. A. ; J. P. bhlde, SecreUry: Barney Gray, Treasurer. Cliaxthx Uaovx, No. 1-bhu at the Iiruid Hall. 37 Court street, on the 1st and 3d Mon day evenings in each month. A. F. Davis, N. A.I ieorre W. Baxter, V. A.i M. Brea, Secretary I Martin Cohen, Treasurer. Cohooidia S. A. CHarTia. No. 1 meeti at the Druid Hall, en the 2d and 4th Tueeday evenings in each month. I Beehler, K. 8. A. ; A. H'tvf.M. S-rmry, INSURANCE. MASONIC MUTUAL Life Assurance Association, So, 834 Front Street, Maf nolia Bloik, nor. Union itreet, np itaira CONSTITUTES YOU A MEMBER tin f,,r miIct. II examining fee. and II AO Oiner expeneeeacwpiiii rwiia Clark miss A Carson mrs C Cobb miss M C Crowns mn S DKNMAN mn A Dixon miss M 0 Davir mn L Darten misi A (col) Dunlap mra J Duncan misi M JLLISmrsIAM . L ISHER MISS M 1 C FelUin miss E Ford mn 8 R GATES MISS M Ualloway mrs M ureraps miBi 1 ft, Uruham mrs L Green mrs L HALL MISS E Hardin mrs H (col) liartgraves Mrs IS llarrlugton miss M Henry mrs L K Heistand mrs L Hughs miss F Hevey mn A J Hunt mn B Hutchiugs mn C JACRSON MISS L Jackson mrs C Jones mrs 1) Jones miss L Jourdan Rechel Jones misi L E KNIPE mrsN Kelley mrs N N LYLES miss F Lamb mrs LimUtedt mn E E Livingston A Tlf cCOMBmnHS 1U Mao kCall mn J Murtin mra W Maxwell uirs M M Massey mrs B u Mead misi L Moibv miss M Mosbay miss E Moody mrs in J NEILL mrs H Newsom Ella K fXWtn miss M E PAINE miss B E Pickett miss L Paine miss F RE1D mn W L Hynei mrs B Roberts mrs 1, Rosa miss K HILBY MISSL J randersnn mra I J bmith mn N blokes Isabella THORN MRS L Thompson misi S Tbomason mra K J Thurston mn L Turnaxe Katie K Turner mn R (col), Clark miia 8 Clarv miss K Conway mrs S II Crosse n miss E Davis mrs M DeMastera mrs M A Davis miss C H DuSour mad A O Punn mn L G Emerion mn W Fitxpatrick mrs Foote mrs M Frede miu U Gardner mrsC (col) Green miss E Grimes mrs S Green mn P (eol) Hurpham mrs M T Harm miss a Hatcher mrs A Hatfield miss A Henry miss b Hicks mn J Hunt mrs J A Hughes mra M Hurley miss J Howard misi C Jamison mn J A Jones mrs L B Johnson mn K Jones miss A Jonea miss K (col) Ketchum mrs A 0 Libey mn G A Leslie mn A . Livingston mn J U Leonard mrs 8 McKelligan mrs A Marley mrs E Malone mn 0 M Mainer miss B Myers mrs C Murry Mary C Moore mrs A E Murry miss EM Moon wiis L Neely mrs R Pinkui mrs L Parker mn F Rbodei mrs S M Kopster Kitty (col) Kobmson mrs E Kuss mn J L Sloan, misi J Sberrill mra J btratten mrs M B Sullivan mra P Tates miss E Ihrall miss L Titman mn Taylor misi E Tucker Clarissa WATSON MRS A M Wallace mn J (col) Wagner mrs KJ Ward miss U K hite mn M Williams mra gen J R Willis misa F Willmore mra J Williamson mias Wooda misa L N orthain mn S. Washington H (eol) Wager mrs M A Wilson mrs U B White mrs U (col) Wells misa M Whipple mra A Wright Margaret Wright mra I CIEXTLEKEM'H LINT. ANDERSON A J Allen H W Allen dr I R Adams J H Andrews maj J A Alexander H Albert W. BELL A DAVIDS Bobet A 2 Blount drBF Burns 0 Butler D Brower D A Backenistoei dr K Barefield dr H L Uuckham J F BillJ Boyd J Bandy JF Baxter J A Boughner J P Barnett J J Batei J F Breen J Baldwin M H Bolien 0 Brannon R2 Binyard K Kflteer S A Bradford W Belcher W C Brown C 2 CLARK A D Cothn Bros Caswell A Campell Cussutt A (col) Clopton A (col) Carey rev B V Carter J S i Carter G Couch H D Cogbill H Cunningham J 2 Cockeren J Cooper M Callahan O Connelly R F Courdale R T Claborn S Cullins T E Carter W 11 Cobb W A Cressman W H Cannon W H DODGE E bickersou mr liugan B P Daren port GF liean II Dowling J E Davis J C 2 Day J 8 Davis R Daily T B TLL A 1 j 812 annually. AO oiner eAiii. ,u w waning tb- J-aih of a member, when yon willtbeaa-1 Lowe T Kmerson C Kmmona lion II II fcllia N KJwanls T M Erwin W rARGASON A F Fans A Francis C Fox H G Fainleigh J. S Forde J FindlayL W Fay V Froit P GILLTANE AM Gineflen C Gentry T V Uuss J (loins S Galea L liibon R HILL A MAPLES Duller BF HsileyC Hall CH Mathan D Holmes G E Hall U O Henley H lioedy J Henderson L P ll.,ob R lloledy 8 Hall SB Holland T Harvey W O Houston W Herring V Ilaumily Z Herrii W (col) TNGALLSB ENNIXOS C M Jordan 11 1 2 fferson J Jruies J jr Jobnion J Jubnsun C Jones J A A to Jones H Jones J W Johnson J T-MNSEYCS J V Kerr col J C hMbler 8M Kirnan T K Keller W T EACH B I J Louis G T 1 1 . . . I 1' . . fUKlirr n w avbs J i, ewisj ivr,nia J I Lewin L afonl L A indiey M i Aereed li. rSN iirliM j Uwil W i Aldrich C M Alexander J C Adami J P Austin J Anderson J W Anderson S C Beaumont A B Daird rev dr Bavus B B Blackburn C H Bowman D W Blaise D Bryant G W Bonner H Buster J C Bowen J H Brewer J M ' Berry J G Brass J Bond J Black J E Blythe A Booker J M Buck M A 2 Brich R D Buike K H Beith R U Bowman captT Buiby W W Brown rev E B M Brown B F Carter mr Cbew M R A co Chase H L A oo Church mr Cunningham A Coffin K Couco J ChildsH Cantor II Chapman J A Crawtord J Cbappell M (col) Carter M Coleman R F Clark R Clark R B Chambers S A Cole W H Coy W W C Craig W 8 Caldwell W Cheney W O Dnnbar A Huchabee Dougherty A U Davenport E L ' Dyggrut II D Donalson H (col) DugneltJT . Danfort J C Driicol P D jlunscombe ft H Deman Col W Ely, Whiteside A eo Evans F C Ksston J Edinondton R B Kdiftons W Eastman W S Firgison. C W A Co Frierson A A Ford D T Fulmer J. W Fitipatrirk J French J V FinleyDrP Fraixer col R D 32 Finth W 8 Guynne col A Griffith F Urren J 2 Gilliland J K L Gould J W Grindwood R Uilie.pi. W C r Hockett A Hart C S Hunt C P Harktt C Hamilton E J llenning Dr II B 2 HadleyH II arbcot J e Hampton J Harlan R 11 Harris R (r-,,1) Hill 8 B Hunts M Huu bertnn T M Huskins W U Harris 'I. T t Hill W V Hill W A Ingram JT Jackraan F Jacksuo J M Jackson T tcol) Joiner W Johnson J A Jobuon P Jones B M Jones R Jones G R P KeleG (roll Kennedy M F Keilley T kenedy W kraaedy W It Lewis E Lane La k tie J I Leetbera J M U.eJ LoryJ Litieil L 2 Latirloa M J Lawiher K E LewirkyS H Love T S Lamb W 8 Lunsferd W LuouiWH" ' UFF A Co . litcbell A 8 nen C Miltom C A Mullen H 3 McLean Rev E 0 McllandT B MoKnott G Martin G Mosoly Dr H MoDouald J Morrison J Morrison J Madden J W Mohan J E Mowbray J Murborn Dr J L Milton L K MoKeough M Mitchell 6 March 8 Matthews S McNuttyT MoCluro W Mount W A 2 Munfree W L XTORLIN A 11 Nahstoll 0 2 Oberly W ".SBITT A B JDAYN Ho Fetera A Son ickett col E Pearoe 11 M jr Price J Powell J Powell dr J G Pyrem K Powers S Parrish T J Poston W K Pevton V W Palmer W 11 I)0YCECM V Rusk K Randolph Mil A Co Rash G Reed J Rilly J J Roach M Rhode! col N Reddin R Rods 8 Robertson W II SLOAN Dr A B Slaughter C A barvin Col D 0 Still K Stewart E Swift G C Stones J M Nharn J S Slaughter J B Stokes M 8 Storer P E Sullivan T Kledira Col W M Sampson W H Shoemake W Spencer Y Smith N D Smith L Smith Dr G A Smith R alEVIS A B .Thomas bi A Trochet G B Taylor J B Thompson T M Thompson W B Thompson captain W ATAN LOON B F VanderpoolJ2 117RIGHTJ H ACO Wildermr T Waldo A Lockhart W McMaaon A Co Mcliavid A Potter -. MolinO Mooro C B , Munlfnril oot E W Mcknight K F jr Martin F G 2 Mcllancy G MurffilL McKee J McCaa J 0 Manuel J K ' Martin J li Morehouae J Montgomery J F Marsh J Maun J Meloney M Monashan M Morris 8 . Miller J B Mayfl.ld S A Marrania T Morcoa W Miur W A McMillan J Nelson A Nixon J Oatei JT Ferryman E 8 A 00 Pearsall capt 0 J PetendrU Parker HL Purviance J VT Pickett J C Phillcpoff P Pcppent 8 Pearson T J Phelan X Peete W A Press W RyanCR Rodgen E (oolored) Kowlins D " HusielllS Riley J U Rosier ool J Hobertson M N Reeves P (oelorid) Rogan R II Khet TMI Scofleld mr Sinuuer C H Sovereign D SheehyE Shriner F Small H Simong J Spinanger J G Snyder J. Sherman N II Sheeclien P Strider T B Schiedt W F ScbringCapt WH Sack W Smyth J Smith J Smith A Meriman Smith C Smith S H TateC Turnbull F J TigheJ W Thatcher S Turner major F P Tisdaie W J Voughn D WEEKLY PUBLIC LEOCER. CHEAP READING. A 36-Columii JournaL Wilson C Winder E Webber E B Woods E D Wollner F Waller H (col) W orrell J J Wood J jr Westoott J W Wilson J WhiU L Wormley P (col) Watson R A Walters 8 P WhiU W Wiggins W (ool) Wright W Williams G Williamson eol J A Williams J Y yANCEY F WhiuDrC W Wilson C (col) Woodson K L i Walliser E R Wilson E R Wilkerson til Wilson H WadswortaJB Wyse J 0 Weedman J Y Woodwerth J Warleld N West R C Whitby R Waddle 8 A Wilion W P Wiley W (ool) Williams Rev B D 3 Wil'iamion major B W jr 2 Williams J BottoD Cassinclli miss S rrotortiono G Johannson J P Johannsen J C LindblattC Lertoro P Pettersen H H Orselli E Stenstrom C FOKEIOS LIST. Cooytanux J Cuneo ii Johannaon mn J Jaason misa A Laurensi A Maillard P Musao mn M D Petunon C Sandbolm C W Troglio P Petr Ike) Great. It will be two hundred rears in June since Peter the Great was born, and it ii proposed to celebrate with due solemnity the. memorable day the eleventh of the month which Rave to Uussia its greatest Emperor. As usual in this highly culti vated age, the commemoration will as sume a prominently educational charac ter, the foundation of two six-class elementary schools, being contemplated, for the building of which government has set apart a sum of 2000 rubles, and for the maintenance of which an endow ment f 7000 rubles a year is appropri ated. A statistical, topographical and historical account of the city of St. Petersburg is likewise to be published in honor of the day. Czar Peter's mari time merits, too, are not forgotten. An imposing stone monument, to be erected at Lacbten, is to commemorate his gal- ant saving of shipwrecked manners at that place, and collections will be set op foot for the enlargement of the mercan tile Beet in the Baltic. A full-length portrait to be painted by one of the first artists of Russia, and a solemn proces- ton with it through the streets oi at. Petersburg, will conclude the iestive programme by which the grateful capital purposes to record its thanks to its lounder. SPECIAL NOTICES. What Spring Brings With It.-Regarded from a medical standpoint. Spring li not the delectable season described by vernal poeti. the contrary, iU yield of intermittent fevers, bilious attacks, rheumatic pains, dis orders of the stomach, nervous complaints. nd pulmonary diseases, is almost as large as iU crop of violets, snowdrop! and cherry blossoms. The invisible seeds of innumera ble maladies rise with the morning mists. and are seatUred broadcast by the vapen of night. Who eaa reiUt their mepbitie influ ence? Certainly aot the weak by nature, or those whose nervous energies have been over tasked by mental or physical labor, anlesa they tone and Invigorate their systems, and thai enable them te cope with the unhealthy nnutnoei ky which they are surrounded. The only medicinal agent by which this ob ject can be rapidly and safely accomplished. is the great vegetable reaovant and Invigo rant, listener's Stomach Bitten. The ope ration of thil celebraud ipecilo li four-fold. It strengthen! the digestive organs, regaletee the secretion!, improves the condition of the blood, superinduce! a regular habit of body, and thereby imparts such vigor and elaitieity to the whole physical structure, as to reader capable of resisting the action of the poisonous miasma, with which the spring at mosphere li always to some extant impreg nated. Here, then, la a reaJy and eertaia mvam of escaping the diiorden prevalent at this srason, or (if they have already fastened pon the system) of eoaqueriag then speedily and thoroughly. The flavor of the medicine is not of much consequence, a.evided it doee iU work properly, bat ef Hoetetur's BitUri it may be fairly said, that they effect a ware without outraging the patient's lease of tasU. Best and Oldest Family MadJeine.-&-rWel'e Livrr arigernior. A purely Vegetable CirAartnr and Tomie for Dyspepsia, Coastipa tioa. Debility, Rick headache. Bilious At tacks, and all deraagements of Liver, Stomach and Bowels. Ask year Draggiet for it. Unmri V imilalMi. HS-xvll2ea BaUhelor'i Hair Dye.-Thii nperb hair dye is the lew hie teeWd-perfectly harm lees, reliable aad Inetaataaeeaat ao diaappoiat aaent; ae ridiealoai tiata ar disagreeable odor. The geaaiae Wat. A. BaUbeler! Half Dye prodaeea iKatMarsxt a splendid black or natural brown, leaves the hair eteaa, eet, leatrfiW; does aoteoatala a particle af lead or any injurious eompeaad. Bold by all drag ging Fsctory. li Bond lUeet. New York. odZ7-2bxv. The Weekly PUBLIC LEDGER! PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MORNING, 2 Per Annum! THE BEST . NEWS. LITERARY, Miscellaneous Journal In Tenneseeee Oar Commercial, News. Miscellaneous and Local departments will be kept np te the high est standard of approved Journalism, endeav oring te pleas all tastes and to Interest all Readers, Thas snaking the WliULT Lipoxa a wel ome, pleasing and Interesting FIRESIDE VISITOR AND FAMILY COMPANION! In every section ot he State and throughout the Booth. Plainly printed, on superior paper, with a larre and Increasing circulation. - ADVERTISERS Cannot fail to see the enriveJed Inducements offered by as la the way oi oneap and profit able advertisements. . ... i 1 'ii-. Terms of Mutaejorlptlon 12 per Annum, Iayaxlabl j in Advance mm- Speeliaan copies mailed free. - Ilatata of Adrertlelngi 1 00 per Hear far Tint Iasartloa. 10 " laeh luheee neat Insertion. AU ommaaleaeloai shoald be ad- I. WHrMOBE, Ptbllsher b4 Prop., II 4iem at. fNo. 521.J , Iii the First riutucory Court of Sholliy County, lenn. Ed. J. Taylor and Wm. 0. Rutland, ) ' i'lnu of Taylor Rutland, I F. M. Simpson and B. T. Hurt, I Firm of Bimpion ft Hurt. I IT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT IN this cause that the defendant. F, M. R. T. UurL are neu-rendentj of the bute of Tenntssee and resident! of the btut e of Mississippi, ana mat auaounja" Issued in this cause has been uuiy levieu upon their property in the hands of the Planters' and Hernando Insurance Companiea of Mem phis to satisfy a debt due Taylor A Rutland of I3M8 S3, with interest theroon from lath day of January, 1872; it is therefore ordered that they make their appearance herein at the court-house in the city of Memphis, Tennessee, on or before the Bret Monday in May, 1872, and plead, anawer or demur to complainants' bill, or the same will be taken for oonfessed as to them and set for hearing ex parte; and that a oopy of this. order be published once a weea, ior iour suc cessive weeks, in the Memphis Public Ledger. ... KDMl ND A. COLK, ' Clerk and Master. By R. J. Blare, Deputy Clerk and Master. A -.... A r taut . Humes A Poston, solicitors for complain" tnts. sa-ia-je-au Attachuieut .Notice. Mark Cohn ) Before John Spelman, Jna v. V tice of the Peace lor Shelby Amos Duncan, j county. AFFIDAVIT nAVINU BEEN MADK Be fore John Spelmsn, Justice of the Peace for the county of Shelby and State of Tennes see, for attachment, and the same having been returned, levied, etc., it is therefore ordered th.t miMii-iirinn be made in the Memphis Public Lkiiukr, a newspaper published in the city of Memphis, in saiu Mate, ior lour suc cessive weeks, commanding the said Amos Duncan, a non-resident of the State of Ten nessee, to nhpear before me, at my office, in .1.- ltlu...K;. r,n Untncluv. tliA 9.l)th day of April. lv,2, at 10 o'clock a.m., and uiaae ueieiipu w saiu pun ukmuii uiiu, w will be proceeded with ex-narte. JOHN SPELMAN, Justice of the Peace for Shelby county. March 27. 1872. 23.28-34-40 ' AdiiiiiiiNtrator'H Notice. To the Creditor! of the Estate of John Inge : HAVING SUGGESTED THE INSOL rency of the estate of John Inge to the Clerk of the County Court of Shelby county, I hereby notify all person! having claims against laid estate to appear before the said County Court Clerk and file the same, authen ticated in the manner prescribed by law, on or before tbe 6th day of September, 1872; otherwise the same will be forever barred. JAMES W. AVERY', Adui'r John Inge, deceased. March 8. 1872. S4 ORDER OF PUBLICATION. No. 488, R. D.J In the Second Chancery Court of Suelbj County,, Tenn. W. O.WatiACo. ") vs. J John Kelly and J. E. R. Ray, executor, j TT APPEARING FROM THE BILL WHICH I is sworn to in this causcthat the defendant John Kelly is justly indebted to the com plainants in trje sum oi sua. uue or account, for work and labor done and materials fur nished him, and that he is a non-resident of the State sf Tennessee, and that for these causes an attachment was sued out of this Court against the property of defendant Jolin Kelly, and the same was issued, and baa beon returned by the SherilT, duly levied on the Sroperty of said defendant; it is therefore or ered by the Clerk and Master, that he make his appearance herein, at the courthouse ef the Second Chancery Court of the city of Mnmnhiii. Tsnn.. on or before the first Mon day in May, 1872, and plead, answer or demur to complainants 0111 or me aame win oe taken for oonfessed as to him and set for bearing ex parte; and that a oopy of this order be published once a week, for four suc cessive weeks, in the Publio Ledger. This March 6. 1872. . ju.is. ii. oiannni, Clerk and Master. By C Bki.crke, Deputy Clerk and Master. A copy Attest: Wilson i Beard, solicitors for complain anti. tr-iH-is-M No. 4344. R. D.l CHANCERY SALE OF REAL ESTATE, Saturday, April 13, 1S72. Mary Moriarty, administratrix of Dan I Moriarty, aeceaseu, vs. D. II. Moriarty ot als. RY VIRTUE OF A DKCKKK JTUK BALE nir,l in thA uhnve entitled cause. I will sell at public s.le, to the highest bidder, in front of th Second Chanoery Court-room, on Second street, oily of Memphis, On Saturday, April 13, 182, ;itin leirnl hours, the following lot of ground, to-witi situated in Memphis, Corner of Hill and SPonby Mtreeta, beginning nt the scut hurt corner of Hill and Mosby streets ; tnence easiwarmy luiny-nigui. feet with the south line of Mosby street to a atake; thence southwardly and parallel with Hill street one hundred and forty-eight and a half feet to an alley 16 feet wide: thence westwardly with tbe north line of said alley thirty-eight feet to a stake at the corner of said alley and Hill street: thence north wardly with the east line oi mil street tour k,,n,lril nn. I fort v. c i L-h t and a half feet to the beginning, being the west part of lot 20 of oo tin try lot 611 Tikus up Salk -One-half cash, and the balance in two euunl installments at six and twelve months, the purchaser to execute notes with good security, beating interest; lien re tained to secure the deferred payments March 2U, 187a. .il.u. b. Bixnyiai, Clerk and Master. P. J. Mulverhill, solicitor lor complainant. 18-td Attachment JNotlce. . T.T. Jonei A Co.) Before 8. A. Moore, a Jul ys. tice ef the Peace fur J. VanScreiven. J Shelby county. AFFIDAVIT HAVING BEEN MADK IN th a).nv untitled causa, and attach ment iB.nftH nn the a-rounds that the defond- ant is a non-residont, er is about to remove himself from the state oi lennessee, or nas fraudulently disposed of or is abou to fraudu lently dispose of bis property; it is there fore ordered that defendant make his ip pearance betore me, at my office in the city of Memphis. Tenn., on' Monday, the 22d day of April. 1872, and defend laid suit, or ;t will be proceeded with ex parte; and it is further ordered that this notice be published once a week for four consecutive weeka in the Memphii ruono Iteager. 13-1H-2.H B. A. JIWUm, m . I. Attachuieut Notice. Thoa. II. Allen k Co,l Before 8. A. Mooro, vs. r J usiice oi mo rswjs, Martin Daniel. ) Shelby county. A FFIDAV1T HAVING B&EN MADE A Kaf,.r ri. A. MnorA. Justice of the Peace f... ih. nnnniv nfshelbv and State of Tennes aee, for attachment, and the aame having been returned, levied, etc., it is therefore ordered that publication be made in the Memphia Public Ledger, a newspaper published in the city of Memphis, in said Stale, for four suc cessive weeks, commanding the said Martin Daniel, a non-resident of the State of Ten neaee, to appear before me at my office, in the city of Memphis, on the 2Jd day of April, 1872, at 10 o'clock a.m., and make defense to said suit against him, or it will be proceeded with ex parte. , 8. A. MUORB. FOR SALE. Lots For Sale in Ka City, -0H- luoae Ia.nl, New York. f DA CITY IS SITUATED ON LONG 13 I land. 35 mile! from New ork city, the U Island railroad running centrally through Ida City. Lou there are hereby of fered for tale on th following terms: Fifty dollars each, on a credit of tea yean, paya ble in ten annual instalment! say 15 00 per year on each lot. The parties owpiag the above property p repose to sell to the Southern people one-hair of the lots, aay on the above terms, without interest. The East River Bridge is now in prooesi of construc tion , connecting Manhattan Island, upon which New York U situated, with Long Xs- This la a good opportunity for any person of this section of country to invest small umi i. ik. narphui of thaM lots. Term! are easy, and within the reach of all. Property on Long Island will rapidly iaoreaae in value as soon as East River Bridge is completed. Map ot tne uiy oi iaa can oe area. n full information given, upon applicative being Bde to li f. FO.STAIN E, responding eecretary. No. Ill Madison street. A. CAKU. ALL LETTERS AND INQUIRIES IN reference to Ida City and the purchaseaad 1 saie of lti shouid be addressed to Uy. ion- i taine. Corresponding Secretary, o. a madi soa itreet. Memphis, T.nn. Tbe title to th property is perfect in me. and the advertise ment and mapi published correctly represent the value and attractions of the place 111-tJ JACOB THOMPSON. OF THE- MISSOURI VALLEY LIFE INSURANCE GO. , Oa the 31nt day of December, 1871. The name of the Company It Missouri Valley Life Insurance Company. It Is located la Learenworth, In the State of Kangas. .........9451,000 oo ......5I,000 OO THE ANNETN OF THE COMPANt ARE AH FOLLOW l The funonut of It Capital Slock la T! amount of It Capital at lock paid up la Cash'on band and in the hands of Agents or ether persons Real Estate unincumbered .,.... Bunds owned by the Company, to-wit: . Leavenworth County Bonds - School Bonds, District No, 11 School Bonds, District No. 17. , Leavenworth City Scrip..... Par value Markat vulua Loans on personal securities, approved by the Board of Direotora Loans on Bond and Mortgage, being; first lien on unincumbered Real Estate, worth double the amount loaned Debts otherwise secured M Due fur premium! in process of collection (less cost of collection). Interred premiums . .. Interest due and aocrued... All other securities ,14,209 12 24.520 10 ...par value, 22,00r3 00 ... " 105 66 " 200 00 624 00 ...122,929 66 Total Assets...:...'.'.'.'., LIABILITIES! I Amount due for salariea, renta, eto Dividenda due policy holders.. Losses unadjusted , ... Total Liabilities..'.',. .' The greatest smaunt insured In any on risk Th greatest amount allowed by tbe rules of said Company to be insured one city, town or village w H Th greatest amount allowed to be Insured in any on block 17.689 15 281,350 00 221,678 70 14,708 95 83.952 22 61,961 M 10,646 68 56.713 68 1806,630 11 11,300 93 9,160 09 3,000 00 in any 113,161 02 10,000 00 No rule. No rule. STATE OF KANSAS. V Cmuntv or Lxavrnwortk. I D. M. SWAN, Vice president, and J. I.JONES, Assistant Secretary of the Misaourl Valley Life Insurance Company of Leavenworth, Kansas, being duly sworn, depose and aay that the foregoing is a full, true, and correct statement of the a Hairs of the said Company : that the said Iniurnace Company is tbe bona fide owner of at least One Hundred Thousand Dollars of actual eash capital, invested in Stat and United State! Stock! and Bonds, or in Bonds and Mortgages of Heal Kstate, unincumbered and worth double the amount for which the same ia mortgaged ; and that they are the above described officers of said Insurance Company. D. M. SWAN. Vice President. , .", . . " ' J. I. JONES. Assistant Secretary. . Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 8th day of March, 1872. CHAS. MONROE, Notary Public. STATE OF KAN8AS. Count V of Lkavknwobth. I I. JULIUS HANtf, Clerk of the District Court of th First Judicial District of the Stat of Kansas, do hereby certify that Charles Monroe, whoa nam is appended to tbe foregoing deposition, was, on the date thereof, a Netary Publio in and for the county ot Leavenwo.th. and State of Kansas, duly authorited to administer oaths for general purpose! ; and that I am well acquainted with the handwriting of the said Charlei Monroe, and verily believe that th signatures to said deposition are genuine. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand aad affixed my seal this 9th day of March, 1872. JULIUi HAN9, Clerk of the District Court of th First Judicial District of th State of Kansas, in and for Leavenworth county. KNOW ALL MEN B7. THESE PRESENTS. That the Missouri Valley Life Insurance Company of Leavenworth, Kansas, do hereby authorixe apy and all Agents that said Com pany has, or may hereafter have or appoint. In the State of Tennessee, for and on behalf of said Company, to accept and acknowledge servio of all process, whether mense or final, in any notion or proceeding against said Company in any of the Courts of said State of Tennessee ; and it is hereby admitted and agreed that such service of the process aforesaid shall be taken and held to be valid and sufficient in that behalf, the same as if lerved upon said Company according to th laws and practice of said But, or of any other State; and all claims or right of error by reason of the manner of such service Is hereby expressly waived and relinquished. Yi ITNESS our bands and th seal of said Company, the 8th day of March, 1872. . , , . D. M. SWAN, Vice President. - - 1 i v J. I. JONES, Assistant Secretary. . ...... , - . STATE OF KANSAS, INSURANCE DEPARTMENT,! T0PEKA, March 1,1872. I, W, 0. WEBB, Superintendent of Insurance of the Stat of Kansas, do hereby certify that I have caused th policies of the Missouri Valley Life Insurance Company, of Leaven worth, Kansas, outstanding on the Slet day of December, 1871. to be valued aoeording to the American Experience Table of Mortality, at four and a half per cent, interest; and I find the net value of said Policies and additions thereto on th 31st day of December, 1871, Three Hundred and Twenty Thousand Five Hundred and Nineteen Dollars and Eighty-eight Cents (H20.H9 88.) - I also hereby certify that said valuation was made in acoordanc with th provisions of Chapter 93, Laws of Kansas, approved Maroh 1st, 1871. And I further certify that the said Missouri Valley Life Insurance Company has been and now is authorited to transact the business of Life Insuranoe in the State ef Kansas. In witnesi whereof, I have hereunto iubscribed my nam and caused my OlDoial Seal to b affixed, at Topeka th day and year tint abova written. W. C. WEBB, Superintendent. t . STATE OF TENNESSEE, COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE, ''"'' Nasbvills, January 1, 1872. I I, ED. K. PENNEBAKER. Comptroller of the Treasury, do hereby certify that th Missouri Valley Life Insurance Company, located at Leavenworth, in the State of Kansas, has produced to me satisfactory evidence that said Company has complied with all the require ments or the laws of the Stat of Tennessee, imposed on Insurance Companies : and I further certify that WM. RUFFIN, Agent of said Company, has also complied with the require ments of the laws of the State, made and provided in sueh cases. Wherefore, said Insurance Company has authority to take risk! and transact th business of Insuranoe in this State, at Memphis, Tennessee ED. R. PENNEBAKER, Comptroller of Tennessee. - WILLIAM RUFFIN, Agent, 21-46 No. 7 Court Street. RAILROADS, MEMPHIS AND LOUISVILLE RAILROAD. Winter Schedule Not. 13th. Day Express, leaves 4 :15 a.nt New York Express, daily... 1:30 p.m Brownsville Accommodation leaves daily (Sunday exoepted)..... ........ 4:15 p.m E LEO ANT SLEEPING CARS WILL RUN through to Nashville, St. Louis and Louis ville on the 1:30 p.m. train daily. Th 4:15 a.m. and 1:15 p.m. trains do not run on Sunday. aver For tickets and other Information apply at Ticket office. No. a7H Main street. 7Vt JNO. T. FLYNN, Superintendent. THE OLD RELIABLE. K 12, A N K L I N BOOK BINDERY, Blank Book Manufactory ORDINANCE. fit -'vlsv And- PRINTINO HOUSE, 15 West Court street, Memphis. 8.C.TOOF, i i Proprietor. B00K8 BOUND AND MANUFACTURED, from a PAarHi.ar to the risiHT soog in the country, the Eastern market not excepted In quality or price. Flao Blastax Bocks Specialty, wt COLLECE. Christian Brothers' COLLEGE, lo. Adams Street. rpilIS INSTITCTIOf 18 SITUATED IN X on of the highest and most healthy parts or the city. Besides thorough iaitruetiea ia all the braaehes ef a Clletrlat siad Comtaierclal Coarso, th most acrupnlout ear is bestowed a tb mosal txaixiso of th pupil. French, Musi and Drawing form extra eherrei. for terms rrr.petui, or apply to iinulUi.H MAltlM.lA.1, From the Ordinance Committee. MsiirHia, Maroh 6, 1872. To the Honorable General Council : Your Joint Ordinance Committee of' the Common Council and Board of Aldermen, t' whom was referred the ordinance: Section 1. Be it ordainev by the General Council of tbe city of Memphis, That it shall not be lawful for the owners of swine er goats to permit them to run at large in any of the streets, alleys or pnblio squares of the city of Memphis. . Sec. 2. That it shall be the duty of theChivf of Folic to causa to be taJten up all swine and goats found running at large within the city limits, and confine the same in suitable lots, pens or housea, to be procured by him iu three different portions of the city, for three days. If within that time the owner or his agent shall call for SBid swine or goats, they shall be delivered to them upon the payment of one dollar for eaoh head ef swine or goats so taken up. If no person comes to claim the same within the three daya, then such swina or goats shall be sold for the benefit ot the city. Sec. 3. That this ordinance be published daily for one week in two of the city papers, and shall take e fleet from and after tbe datw of the last publication. And which ordinance had passed a first reading by both Boards, would report favora ble to its adoption. Whereupon the ordinance passed a seeond and final reading in the Common Council,, and on reference to the Board of Aldermen was read a second and last time, and. passed, finally March 7, 1872. Approved, March 20, 1872. Attest: L. R. Ricimrd, City Regis ter. H -27 JOHN JOHNSON. "Mayor. PROPOSALS. TO CONTRACTORS. SEALED PROPOSALS VILL BE RE eeived at the office of the Secretary, by the undersigned, until 12 o'olock m., on Saturday, 301b. day of Marrh, 1HTJ, for the Excavation or the lot (SO by 148H feet), and the Basement Brickwork of the proposed Masonic Temple. Plani and specification can be seen at the office of Jones A Baldwin, Architects. The contract will be let out t tbe lowest responsible bidders. The Directory reserve the right to reject any and all bids. Bv order of the Directorv. JNO. ZKNT, I C. B. CHURCH. I J. M. PETTKJREW. i 111-eowtd Bnililirr Committee. PUBLICATION. NO PAPER IN MEMPHIS 18 A BETTER advertising medium than the Writers SgrlboitlHS. it havinr within Ihm limit, nf which Memphia is the commercial center a. very large circulation. This can be known, and read of all who air hecoir. IntAre.L.! Judicious advertising will pay. Our office is 27S Main streex, ap stairs, in same building- wim Doyie x i.napmaa. '-t k. w. hi,kw rn. FOR SALE. 14lxlv62 . President. MASONICTEMPLE. j OLD BCILDIXG FOR 8 ALE. ! SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE Re ceived at the office of the Secretary, Iv silly days from date (February 10. 18721. f the purchase of the two-story brick build' on the northeast corner of Madi.ua Seoead streets. n80 f.,t. The saw ear ?a removed within thirty days from date r . chae, or when ordered by th III- JL? leruia casn. or annroved nil. Am ine Directory reserve the right to or an oiai. By order of tbe Directory. 11. li. Hid Bir rs' aote. reject aay A. J. Wurrt vs. Sf tnrv. i President. 141-eowtd FORTUNE TELLER. M A. I AMK ANrST TH.!.i,?7CSI CAN BE CON-