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Office I No. IS Madison 81 reel. BUSINESS MOUSES. DAVIDS. C. P., DEALER IN FURNI tura. Mattresses, Bedding, Mosquito Bars, ate., 34t Second street. 101 BOWMAN. 0. H., .MACHINIST AND Scale Factor. StMtf Main street. Bpeoial attention given to repairing scales D ICKINHON. WILLIAMS A CO., COTTON Factors. 21 rront street. ar LUSHER. AMIS A CO.. MARBLK-W0RK3 J? ind Drain Pipe, oor. Adams and Second. 6i . O Importers of Pianos, 221 Second street. KA.LLK0AD TIME TABLES. , MEMPHIS AND LOUISVILLE RAILROAD, Arrives. Lulu. A.M. r.u. a.m. r.M. S.k5 8.10 6.10 Dot Express. -. New Vork Express... Brownsville Accon n. 1.10 , t.K , 8.20 Tht Brownsville Accommodation leaves at o:10 p. in. daily, except Sunday. Depot at head of Main street. Ticket Office. 237)4 Main street, one door lorth of Jefferson. MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD ArriTee. Learei. a.m. .st. 12.40 5.00 , 4.45 6.U6 .. Mail..... 11.15 Express Bomerville Aecoinmnd n 8.30 Junotion Accomtnod'n... 9.20 8.45 MEMPHIS AND LITTLE ROCK RAILROAD ArrlTei. Lut. Memphis, Hope field v . -! JnM ntt enn An RnndaV. Ticket Office. 278 Mala street, oornor of Sooth Court. Ferryboat will leave wharfboet, foot of Poplar street, daily, at 7.00 a.m. .MISSISSIPPI AND TENNKS8EJ5 R. R. Arrives. Leaves, A.M. P.M 5. 0. MaU (daily) 2-50 Express, " ............ 8.00 freight (dally el. Sunday) 4.10 12.40 4.30 5.50' at fnnt nf Main Street. TiokU Oftre, Mlin street. one door lorth of Jefferson IAS YONOH. Ocn'1 Snp't. ., MEMPHIS POSTOFFICE. Ornoi Hocxf Kaon8 A.n.ToUr.M.j Bctoay, Mmam iww a.m. Closes. ArriTee. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. i.00 13 Memphis A Ohio R.K. twice Daily. Memphis A Charleston .45 3.80 11.30 too rl. iaiiy 1115 nt,l m iei . R. Daily. S.50 Memphis A Little Rook Mlss'river to J'efena A Friar'e-P't daily. Yifksbnrir(tri-wees.ly) Mon..Thurs..Sat. Miss. riTer te St.Loais Mnn. and Thare. White River Semi- Weekly-Tuee. A Sat. Ark'i river, tri-weekly Mon.,Wed. A Friday., Marion (tri-weekly) Mon., Wed.,Fri. , Cuba, Tennessee weekly Friday. ByhsliaAOlive Branch lues, and Fri. 10 12.30 6 5.25 arASONIC PIKKCTOKT. mrwirn. 8orJTHMMPBi. No. 118-rneeU 2d Friday In each month-ball corner Madison and Seo ond A. J. Wheeler. W. M.; J. Harvey Mathes. Secretary. Ahoiroita. No. 1R-meets 1st Monday in Tory month, at Odd Fellows' llaU.eorner Court and Main. C. G. Locke, W. M.; B. Kichmond. Secretary. Lxlu Boon, No. 2-metj 1st Thursday of each month-hall oorner Madison and See eond. 8. Btnrm, W. M. ' M. Hochstadter, Secretary. DiSoto. No. 299-meets 3d Friday of each tflonth'Odd Fellows' Hall. R. C. Williem aon, W. M.; R. W. Sheltnn. Secretary. KawncnTKO. No. R41-meeu 4th Friday of each month at South Memphis Hall, earner of Madison and Second. W. B. Kichardet, W. M.; Louis Ciapeki. Secretary. ROTAL ARCH. Pggg Chaptrr, No. 22 meets 2d Monday of each month Odd Fellows' Mall. C O. Locke, M. E. H. P.: A. J. Wheeler, Secretary. Mkhphir Cbaptkr, No. to meets at Odd Fellows' Hall. 3d Monday of each month. W. B. Matthews. M. E. H. P.; John W. Ward, tieoretary. 1. AVD I. M. F.catiA Cocxcil, No. 8 meets Sd Thurs day of each month Odd Fellows' 11 all. O. Keder, Th. Ill- i C. U. Myers, Kea. TIMPLABI. Crsr'S Commikdixt. No. 4 meets 4th Mon day of each month, tieo. Mellersh, Com. ; I. J. Barohus, Kee. Caitait Chaptxi of Rosx Caoix. 19th, No. 1. Charles W. Adams, 32d, M.'.W.'.'l ii. I. Tomlinson, 32d, Seo.. O. r. DIKICTOIT. Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Main and North Court streets. ; LODCIS. Mimphib Lonoi, No. 6 meets every Toes day. R. F. Alexander. N. G.i taeo. W. Mathews, V. G.: Jno. W. W aynesbarg , Sec retary; K. V. Risk. Treasurer. Cbiciisaw Looob, No. 8 meets eyery Men day night. D. Schloss. N. G. : J. A Holt. V. G.I Geo. W. L. Crook. R. S.; Thea. Bacon, P. S.; H. D. Connell. Treasurer. ScuiLLXa Lodox, No. 14-meets every Wed nesday night. H . Gmnnuer, M. . t F. Hun niger. V. G.t H. Shilling. 6eoretary; T. Achtman, Treasurer. Bakmkr Lobor, No. 147 meets every Friday night E. R. Jack. N. G. sJ. F. Figcher. V. O.I Wm. Henry. R. S.s II. Backer. P. 8.; Geo. A. Waring, Treasurer. DRORIR LODOt Mbmpbib Drukrr Lodoi No. S meete 1st Saturday of each month. W. H. Mnyston, D. M.i B. Bingham, V. D. M.i J. i. Rus sell, A- D. M. ; T. S. Jukes, Secretary) Leon Levy, Treasurer. bkcampmxxtb. ' Gatoio EsjrAMmRiiT, No. 3 meets on the 1st and Sd Thursday nights ef each month. John Gordon, C. P. ; S. M Norwood. II. P.; R. F. Alexander. 8. W. Geo. W. Mathews, J. W.: Tnos. Bacon, Scribe. Mmrms Ekcampurnt, No. 39 meets 2d and 4th Thursday nighu of each month. T. 8. Binrham. C. P ! A. W. Newsom. U. P.1 J. K. Randle. 8. W.s J. F. Fischer. J. W.; T. b. Jukes, Treasurer; Geo. W. Smith, Scribe. THIOHTS OF PTTHIAS, AV . 1 wf r v . . - " itv.rv WfMlniiii,i niit at Cvrene Commandury Hall, No. 2i '4 Front street. J. K. Kueseil, V. P.; W. K. French. W. C. j K. Shipwar. V. C: W. . Muler, ii. ; E. R. Jack. r. H. : H. C. liigelow. R. 8. M sushis. 1,'iimis No. A Meets every Tues day night at Druid Hall, . 37', South Court itret. H. S. Keynol.U. V. p. ; Charles L. Anderson, W. C. ; J. . Savage, V. O. ; C. A. LeClero.B. ; D. R. Irving. F. S. ; M. Bren.K Ji. TTsslaed Ancleatt Order ef Drnlda. iRBBRairn Gaovn, No. 1. V. A. O. D. meets at tbe Druid HalL No. 37 South Coart atreat. on the 1st and 3d Tuesday evenings la awih month. J. b. Ueiligers, N. A. i J. Mhler, V. A.; F. W. Buuioghaiu, bacra tary; John L. fci hberg, Treasurer. MRrni8 GaovR, No. 2 meeu at the Druid Hall. 37 Court street, every iburssey evening. Wm. M. Loeb. N.A.I H. Oertel. V. A. I J. y. bhide. SecreUryi Barney Gray, Treasurer. Hall, 37 Court stree't, on the 1st and lid Mon- 1 LLRaNTHR uaova, io. o meeia at in.iniia day evenings in each month. A. r. l'avis. N. A. ; George H . Bextar. V. A. M. iiren. ejecretaryi Martin Cohen, Treasixer. Cokoxiruia S. A. Chaptir. No. 1 meets at the Druid Hall, on the fti and 4th Tiasday -evenings in ear-h month. J.Beehler, . A.; Uiufeld, SecreUry. miXPiaASIE piOClETT. JfATOHA'TEVPitor H. asn T. No. 1 meets every iuesday night at hall of Cyrene Con maodery. No. 204 Front St. I. Iaae. W. C Jos H. fcbepherd. W. V. T. : H U. Briggs, y W P. T t., K. Warner. W. R CfllCXERINQ PIANOS ARE Tj P a.m. p.m. I A.w. P.m. .. 8.30 7.10 L. . 5:40 I 7.N1 EUREKA SHOE "STOKE. iTTH TTAVK "FOUND IT." LONG EXPERIENCE. AND EXTENSIVE ACQUAINT VY ance with old manufacture, enable u to furnish durable and elegant SHOES AKD GAITERS Right now on hand (we think) the beit assortment ever in Memphis at this season. The Eureka Styles la Variety work ";' " ' FIND NO. 316 MAIN, NEAR CORNER OF MONROE STREET. 132-r LIST OF LETTERS Remsialoglalbe patIHrit Mem pbla. turdiy, Hrpt , 1879. PMiied in the dailv nnrtpaner having the LAHUEST CIHVVLATIOS in tk circuit qfthe Mcmphit PoetqlHce. , LADIES' LIST. A NESLEY MRS Anderson Mrs B IV Adams Mrs C OEATTY MISS L jD Balfour Mrs E Bofwell Mi?" E Brownfleld MUs A Bryan Mrs C Brierley Mrs A Anderson Vina (col) Banks Mrs C Butts Miss J Booker Miss M A Brown Miss I. . . Bryant Miss L Brown Mrs M Brown Mrs B A i-1LARK MISS F , Cartwrixht Mrs L Carroll Mrs E B Clark Mrs A Conroy Mrs M A Couts Mixs T Coleman MrsB(col) Crawford Miss B Craggs Mrs C 11 Chistn Mis L A Cochran MissS Cork Mis M Cook Mrs J Crawford Mrs E A DAWSON MKS A M Dawsen Mrs k Dickson Mrs F Dickson Mrs ME DorcyMmK Duffy Mrs M Deutherty Miss K ' DonohueMissA gGQLETSON MRS M ULEMINfl MRS M T Field Mrs A Foster Mrs L C10ULD MISS E J TWarcyMrsL (Joodman Mrs M (col) n Fussell Miss A Foster Mrs i. flardner Mrs M A Gilleain Miss K L Uoed Miss H H Gresham Mrs M (iwyn Mrs L Uordon .Mrs U Urham Mrs S C Uraham Mrs M HAYS MISS E Haley Mis M ilarri.ion Miss L L Hill Mrs A , Hick" Georgia TAMES MRS M J t) JunaMiss Jones Mrs D E T"ENEDY MISS E Haley Miss S C Harding Miss L Hill Miss J R3 ilesketh Madame Higgins Mrs J U Joiner Mrs H (col) Johnson Mrs S E 2 Keith Miss J IV Kane Miss O JAWS MRS M J McCALL MRS P McClure Misi A Mct'lintock Mary A McrarlyMrsT Miller Miss O Mitchell Mrs E 1 Miller Amey (col) Morgen Miss A Morns Miss II D MoKnight Mrs M McClung Nnnnie McDonald Mrs C Miu'phen Mrs J Mitchell Miss M Miller Miss E Mead Miss L Moore Mrs S A Moton Miss J Moore Mif A E Q'MALLEY MISS B JHILLER MRS S Parker Mrs I C Plain Mrs S Pearl Miss M Percer M rs Pope Mrs It Read Miss F 2 Kice Mrs D B hen fro Miss K Rosseau Mrs J Kubinson Mrs M hooker Miss M Sheehan Miss M C Sevier Mrs M H Svkes Mrs Smith Miss M E Smith Mrs S R Steell Miss L Thomason Mrs C J 'I oompson Miss C Todd Miss B Philips Mrs M J Pugh MissS Pointer Mrs L rlEIDMISSM ii hcilly Mrs 8 heid Miss Olivia M KnhinNiin Miss M L Koberson Miss F Roberts Mrs M P SIMS MRS S K Sewell Mrs L Saunders Miss B Serugs Miss A Stuart Miss U Smith Miss L rpAYLOR MRS J JL Tindull Mrs W C Trunkey.Mrs L Tucker Mrs K C ATA'JUHAN MRS S V Vanloon Mrs B F Villepigue Miss A WALKER MRS DR Wade Miss 9 K W assun Mrs K. Wallace M rs S R Ward Mrs J C Wade Miss W ebb Miss M Winston Miss C Witt Miss L W Williams Miss P (col) Wilson MissM Womble Mrs K A Williams Miss C Williams Mrs U M iliums Mrs J Wesson Miss L Williams Caroline Worries Mrs C YOUNG MRS M X INITIALS. Mother M Leonie 43EJfTI.EMtJCm.IST. AS DERSON FT A ppleton . N ores 4 v o ArmtrongCE Adams G Abanatby U Icol) A brains H Allen J F Anker J b Adams M Avant r Allen R Armietead R L BOH EN A Benham A Bros Booker VY J A Co Bledsoe Co BoydeC Buck C i Broadhurst D llrower V A Banks D Bray t. V Black F J Brooks r Barrow G Bradlord G J Blackburn H Buyle J G Boyd J Bue J liowenJ W tcou taxer j i, Bond J H Brady J Brady J Vt Bemes J M Barrett M M Breecher P Bennett P . Boss P G Brooks R Binyard R Burrus R Bliu-k 8 BruseWS BellerNS Booker W J Bayers W Brown J S Brown J A CREED MR Chase 8 P A Co Combs A Gray Conrey C Cooke G II Cranmer H Cook JB Cooper J C Clough J W Cherst L Cattin Dr P H Cuuniugham P Cullinau S Corcoran WC2 Calhorn W Comstock W R A Co Clay A Kennedy Cunningham A Crisman C H Cullum Ii Chaplain H C Cocke J Cocke J W Clark J Castle L Chattian P C Cooper R Cleage S ( rockets W H Clark W R D Dunivant W P A Co Dewar C tlernv D Davidson E G Dowell T F Duffey J Dolyns M C Durfee P B Daniel 8 D J ANDERS II jEdmond J lau J fcllis W M FOWLER CL Frieles U Frank J Fleming J K Kinley LA 3 Fergeson K J GILL H Garreleon W A Co Gwynn D Geegel J Graham M tiroenman W II Green W HATCH A HaU'hett A lleinmingway A Hatch A L Has) C II arsis C 8 Iluren K Hart F Hough O Harris J S 2 Huff J 8 Humphreys J Hook J C Hartt J II Halliburton J (col) . Hodges I. I Hanson M liawhrk ProfR Haskins T E Harvey W 0 Driver Col G L 2 Dupavillion L Doole M J Demon R Davidson V Etes J II Kdiogton J haUn R W (col) 5 Frolich A Co Franklin J K Eorgey J R Farr.ll J Flanagan P Godwin J R A Co Graves (.'apt C Gay J W ttrant L Graham R Gray W L Hinkle A Williams Harrison, Haynes Co HaruiiD Col B D HaleC HuwkinsDC Uenison K Haroana F HurleyGE Harris J K Harbough J N Hanson J P Miller J C Helms J Howerton K Harvey M Harris R HoallS Hopkins 1. T Hoibrovk W B Hester W G I Halbrook W U JXGALLS J TAMES AO 1 Jakson H H Jaiut. R V Jobaoii g w John.Uja E P Jelner A Honssels Jud L J udson T II Johnson T Johnston W E Johnson E Jones J C KirklandCP king H A kirby J T Kane J C Leslie A M A Co L.,ry B LaBey H (n,) UbJ T L,D.y Col J R Lyons M A LaKu. u Longiey I P jonnaoD it 2 Jones .1 W a Jones D KANKYB I kunalGW kimbro J K ing J L Kelley Lieut J JARKIX J M A CO J Lee. h i Co ytle F U Larkin J Livingstnn J H Lusher J Luies N Lester S P LfifWoo W HE BEST-WERE AWARDED worth doable that of any other make, OUR PLACE 11 JOS S. LEVETT fc CO. TlfoCAXEMR Mulligan A Critchell 11 McCuniughRm Mr Mathews Kev Mr iniugl : WJ McGavock Al'n'i MedersB Martin Ii Martin CT , McNeil D Masick F, Mingo UP McDnugalJ R McMcchan J 2 Myers J F Munford J Mahntfy J Murphy J R Mitchel J Mohlan J Munford P E McCormick T MrClurv T MinaghanC McNair D W Mi-Henry D B McLean G Morancy H P McPenrceJ McNallyJA Martin J M arable Dr J T Matherly J B .Mendo J U Moore J Merril L B .Mason Capt R M Miller T Murray W Mallory Rev W W NEWTON REV B Nicholson B Nelson 8 H jr ' Newman S Nelson S OTLEY COL O'Brien J H PIERSON E Pierson E Xickerson Rev A N NoonM T Newman 8 B Newell S B Oakley C . Orr J Pitkins, Leslie A Co Paiton E L Poindexter G H Pereersou f Patterson Walker A Co Paine G N Peckham H ' Prince G Pomeroy XI II Pavne J Parmer J Parham J M C II Peroate O Price P B Peek W Patchell W J Phillips L Potter P P Pinson Col R Price W H QUINLAN W "OEPFORD A H Ji Rcid E Reil G W Robinson II K Reynolds II V 3 Richardson J Ramsey J M Robinson N fl Rutlin R W RhettS Reel W Ray W Robinson W B F SHIRR A DUKE Sleppy A Small C Shotwell D Seles G Roos 13 Kuekcr Gen E W Kundolph II J Rogers Maj U A Rankin J Rankin J H Richerson J W Rendcll H Ryan 8 Rate-lift- W II 3 Riley W Rheano jW Rhirrill Son A Co Sloan BPS SHWyer C II SUcey F Sullivan H D btcvall II Stoddard J W StocklyJ F Stevenson M Stanley P Stanley R Snecd Col T L Smith R Smith T Thomas D D Turner II Taylor J W Temple R C Thoroton Y Vaiden, Hawkins Co Sigler II beholds G Sample J M iu Small J Shoemuker P Slogan P Stewart T Stone W M Smith P Smith U C TAPP W J A CO Thomas E A T.uer I Taylor J 2 Trobough T VAl'GHTSE Van Loon A Carr 1TTII.S1IIRE A Ward, Tibbs A Co V V Woolry A Olridge Watterhouse A 8 Wesson A Waterfarm A 8 Woods B Walsh C Wilson CW Winston ER Webber E B Ward Col E H Worsham K B Woodward F Ward G W W Walker G (col) W idnerH Walker J Worsham H D Walter J A Warner J E WalkorJW WilkorsonJF Walker J M WilkinsL Wright LW Weir M Wilson N H West P ' Whitiuore R W Webb R Wellborn S Worthy T Ward T Ward T M Wells W M Wamble W L Wouldr'pe W WattW White W WiniberleyWC Williamson B Wjr 2 Williamson J S rEIGLER A McCl RDY2 i FOBEIUX LIST. Andersson Miss Aliila 2 Bonini T Kolin Emma C Logouiartino D NilssonJO Norrman C 2 Sambocetti Mrs M ZanoneJ Hoarding; Ilonae l.ifo. Oliver Wendell Holtneg writes: To think of itl Not even a dotf to lick hU hand, or a cat to purr and rub her far against bim! Oh, these boarding bouses! What forlorn people one sees stranded on their desolate shores I Decayed gentle-women with the poor wrecks of what once made their households beautiful, disposed aronnd them in narrow cham bers as they best may be, coming down day after day, poor souls, to git at the board with strangers their hearts full of sad memories which bare no language bat a sigh, no record hut the lines of sor row on their features; orphans, creatures with growing tendrils and nothing; to cling to; lonely rich men, casting about them what to do with the wealth tbey never knew how to enjoy, when they shall no longer worry over keeping and increasing it; young men and young women, left to their instincts, unguarded, onwatched, save by malicious eyes, which are sure to be fonnd, and to find occupation in these miscellaneous collec tions of human beings; and now and then a shred of humanity like this little specialist, with just the resources needed to keep the " radical moisture " from en tirely exhaling from his attenuated or ganism, aud busying himself over a point of science, or compiling a hymn book, or editing a grammar or dictionary such are the tenants of boarding-bouses, whom we cannot think of without feeling Vow sad it is when the wind is not tem pered to the shorn lamb, when the soli tary, whose hearts are shriveling, are not set in families. All tbe dark and light shades of silk which are fashionable this season, may be perfectly matched in gloves. In wood color alone there are tbirty-gix different shades, in brown eighteen, ic autumn leaves eighteen, in grays fifteen, in lav enders eighteen, in yellows eighteen, in drabs fifteen, in rose about twenty-five, commencing with pale flesh tint, and going through five shades of flesh t blush, blossom, rose, and from rone down through another series of gradations to maroon. BBaBBaaBBHBaaBBaBaaa.BBBBaBiaa SPECIAL NOTICES. Half Alive.-It is a sad thing to pass through life only half alive. Yet there are thousands wbosa habitual condition Is one of languor and debility. They complain of no specific disease; thsy suffer no positive pain, but they have no relish for anything whi b af fords mental or aensuoos pleasure to their more robast and energetic fellow beings. In nine cases out of ten this state of lassitude and torpor arises from a morbid stnia.-h. In digestion destroys the energy of both mind and body. When the waste of nature is not supplied by a due and regular assimilation of the food, every ogan is starved, every func tion is ietempled. Now, what does eomnioo sense suggest aoder these cireurastaneet of depressions? The system needs routing and strengthening; not merely for aa hour or two, to sink afterwards into a more pitiable con dition than ever (as it assuredly would do if an ordinary alcoholic etimaiant were resorted to), but radically and permanently. How is this desirable object to be accomplished T The answer to this question, founded on tbe un varying experience of a quarter of e century, is easily given. Infuse new vigor into the di gestive organs by a course of Hostetter's HIGHEST PRIZES AT LATE Stomach Bitters. Do not waste time in ad ministering temporary remedies, bnt wake the system up by recuperating the fountuin-hoad of physical strength and energy, the groat or gan upon which all the other organs depend for their nurture and support. By the time that a dosen doses of the groat vegetable tonic and invigorant have been taken, tbe feeble frame of the dyspeptic will begin to feel its benign influence. ' Appetite will be created and with appetite the capacity to digest what it craves. Persevere until the cure is com uleta until healthful blood, fit to be the ma tarial of flesh and muscle, bone and nerve and brain, flows through the channels of ciroula tion. instead of the watory pabulum with which they have heretofore been Imperfectly nourished. Best and Oldest Family Medloine. &i ford't Liver Jntietrator. A purely Vegetable Cathartic and Toaie for Dyspepsia, Constipa tion, Debility, Riok-headache, Bilious At tacks, and all derangements of Liver, Stomaoh and Bowels. Ask your Druggist for it. hewarc imitation). ' 113-xvll2es . ass-The purest and sweetest Cod Liver Oil In the world Is Hasard A Caswell's, made on the sea shore, from fresh-selected livers, by Caswell, Haiard A Co., New York. It Is ah solutely pure and sweat. Patients whe have once taken tt prefer It to any other. For sale bv all druggists. xvl-30 JaUhelor'i Hair Dye.-Thls superb hair dye is the beet in the vorld perfectly harmless reliable and Instantaneous) no disappoint ment; no ridiculous tints or disagreeable odor. The genuine Wm. A. Batchelor's Hair Dye produces immibtatilt a splendid black or natural brown, leaves the hair dean, soI, beautiful; does not contain a particle of lead or any injurious compound. Sold by all drug gilts. Factory, 16 Bond street. New York odWaxv. On Marriage. Happy Rslikp fob Yocbo Mbn from the effests of Errors and Abuses In early life Manhood restored. Impediments to marriage removed. New method of treatment. New and remarkable remedies. Boeksand oircu lers sent free, in sealed envelopes. Address. HOWARD ASSOCIATION. No. ! South Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pa. Hlxiv-osxv ear-Chapped hands, faea, rough skin, plin- nles. ringworms, salt-rheum, and other cutaneous affections cured, and the skin made soft and smooth by using the Juniper Tar Soap, made by Caswell, Hatard A Co., New York. xvi-30 ear For Dyspepsia. Indigestion, Depression of Spirits and General Sebility in their vari ous forms, a preventive against fever and amia and other intermittent fevers, the Ferro-Phosnhoiated Elixir of Calisaya, made by Caswell, Haiard A Co., New York, and sold by aU druggists. Is the best tonic for patients recovering from fever or sickness. It hssnoeiunl. y'-,n M IJLllE RY. MOTJTIIlCrtN EMPORIUM OF FASHION. 347 MAIM STREET. MRS. M. C. HUNTER S NOW OPENING A NEW STOCK OF FALL AND WINTER GOODS, Embracing every style of Hats, Bonnets, Laces. Neck-lies, .Lace sets, iinen ecu, EAUTIrllL FLOWERS, Natural and Artificial. FANCY GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. IIa- .Ateitiona romnrise a larirer assortment of all articles of Female Apparel than has ever been brought to this market. Call and uxuuiine stock and prices, as none can orl'er at ore rensonahle rntes. l-'1 PROFESSIONAL. TO THE SICK. DR. E. F. LAWJTANCE, Electro -Magnetic Physician. No Bleeding, HIlNterlns, Poisonous Drugs or Drastic rurges. Pain Removed Almost Instantly. Chronic Ilee of all kind reeeruiij iresieu, Chronic Female Diseanes a Specialty. NOCUBE, NO PAY, )0O.M3 AT THE CENTRAL HOTEL. NO. i lid Adams street, where he may be eon- ulted from a.m. till 8 p.m., daily. ear ' q iiiilnnn rre. NEW8PRPER. THE DAILY EXPOSITION. Mr.FRis. September 19. 1472. MR. R. C. UITE HAS BEEN A W A Rl'r.ls . the piivilege of publishing ah" sHlljr t.xpoaliloo, the official organ of the Mem phis Industrial Exposition. . f. .unnrjviiw, Ch'rm Printing Com. Memphis Ind. Ex. We will issue 10,0tO copies of the Speoltnen ii,., her. ketwee rs tbe 1st and 5th of October, for gratuitous distribution. The public will nd this the 1IKM AIM tiuiouu aiiuiiJi hich our city allorils. 'll,. Hail. Kinasiiion will be distributed ally on all the railroads and steamboats run inr Into and from Memphis, and will be read by one hundred thousand persons. Uur terms tor Advertising wiuubwiuh,,. ne square for the month, including specimen umber, $10; single insertion, per square. . 'si; Locals, iO cents per line. w. -,l r,nt .ait eircnlaU 2.000 copies daily uring the Exposition, and supply advertisers I1U.4I1 Ii. II I IK NEWSPAPER. HE INDEPENDENT SOUTH Published at Holly Springs, Miss., Is one of the Beet Ad vertleias; Mrllama In Sorth Mlealsalppl. asr Memphis Merchants should not neglect adrertf.e In this loeality. ft-T EDUCATIONAL. W. Z. MITCHELL'S SCHOOL, No. 303 XhlrU Htrcet. HIE NEXT FESSION WILL COMMENCE Monitor, plemlr . I7. 1Mt PUBLICATION. N"'0 PAPKK IN MRMPHia IS A BETTER advertising medium than tbe W al.rsi aas-lhartlai, it having within the limits of which Memphis is the commercial center a very larse circulation. This can be known and r.ad of all who may become interested. Judicious advertising will pay. Our office is r-'-i Main street, up stairs, in same building with Boyle A Chapmaa. . R W. Ttl.rw CO. LEGAL. Administrator'g Notice. rnflE under.-'h;ned havixu ovaM- 6ed at tbe rw-ptember Term, 1Ti. of the 1'robate C'onrt of hhelby County. Tennessee, as administrator of the estate of R. M- McAl pin, .iei-eased, all persons owing said estate will aiake payment to me, and these having claims will present them as tbe law directs or they will be barred. -TJ J. L, t V ' at.a , (ff.ll HI lIllFVlea''!. "W 1 1 If. -21 V MEMPHIS FAIR COLD AND AiithiUiUjJiSr' -,,s:i".v: -'a , j B&3Ji:i . '4 xt m MEMPHIS ARTS, MANUFACTURES, INVENTIONS, PRODUCTS OCTOBER 15th TO NOVEMBER 15th, 1872, IS THE MAGXIFICEST BUILDISG ERECTED FOR THE PURPOSE, OIV JEFFERSON, IN" U O A . ... Avw.c e 1-. -iT-titT f C Til woodkuYf. n. menkiJn, r. a. koitisiL james roosa, j. d.danbub I&XVIAQS, 1m. BLtKKE. S.M.POBliUS'fe. J. M. WILLIAMSON, WM. FARKIS. T. A. NELNOW, Prenldesit. H. SJI KSAB, gee wire rresiossi. J. M. W 11.1.1 AMSOii.Sd Vice PrealdentKls. BUKKK PICKET t (Jeeretary. i,nm.ni, hava been made for CticaDTraiRialt nn all Articles to be Exhibited; roni abroad on all Railroad and Steamboat ' For further particulars, address, H9-16d 26-29w LEGAL. Trustee's Kale. T-Y VrRTTTE OF TRUST DEED EXE- D cuted to me by U. A. Junkerman una Rosa Junkerman, his wife, to secure the in debtedness named therein, and segistcred in the Register's office of Bhclby county, Tennes see, in book No. 76, pages 144 and 145, 1 will, On Sainrday, October 20, 1872, front of my office, No. 18 Madison street MrinKliis. Khi'lhv county. Tennessee, sell for cash, to the highest bidder, at public out cry, the following described property, situate n the county ol nneioy, ana ciuie 01 jenues- see. to-wit: A part of county lot No. 510, as designated on the plan of the city of Mem phis, and known on a r'an of subdivision of soid lot made May, 1H."7, and of record in Shelby county as lot No.su, and bounded as fol I,,., in. wit: Bcffinnlneat aDointon the south side of Man- street 1M leet east of Dunscombe street running thence southwardly and naml- . . ... L . ,.-. r.. - U ....I. lei with Dunscombe street liw lect t, the north line of a 16 foot alley; thence eastwardly with the north lineof said alley 75 feot to a stake; thence northwardly and parallel with lluns coiube street 150 feet to the south line of Marr street; thence westwardly with the south line of said Marr street 75 feet to the beginning. The equity of redemption is waived and the title is believed to be perfect, but I will con vey only as trustee. 21-td X. IS. r.LMsl.if lull , xrusiee. Trustee' Sale. VIRTUE OF A DEED OF TRU8T AJ i executed to me by John Uray on the let day of Jununry, Hi7, to secure certain indebt edness nuined tnerein, ami regisicreu hi mo Register's office, in book No. 6U, Iiage327, 1 will, on Saturday, October 19, 1872, tlm ,1,1 eniirthnil.A in Kftleifh. rhe t)V county, Tennessee, otter for sale and sell for cash, at public auction, to the highest bidder, the following oescnuau property, via.: n. cer tain tract of land, situate, lying and being in the county of Shelby, State of Tennsssce, lying on the Sixth Civil District of said county, range 7, section 2, Eleventh Surveyor s Dis- rict or saiu county: ueginning n iiuas uurui f the southwest corner of a fifty acre tract deeded to McCristy M. Sindurlin, December LI. 1x44, by W. B. and J. 0. Greenlaw, at a point fifteen feet from the center of the Mem phis and Somerville plankroad; thence north twenty-seven chains and fifty-six links to a stake; thence south eighty-three degrees east sixteen chains and twenty-five links to the line of the said Memphis and Somerville plankread, and within fifteen feet of the center thereof: thence south thirty-two and one-fourth degrees west along the line ol said road thirty chums ana nine ihiks io uio oeauiuini, cvu Uining twenty-two and one-third acres. Tl,. pi!,! nf retli'iiitilion is waived in the trust deed, and the title is believed to be good. but I sell and convey only as trustee. tsAja M. (iijuo, xrujuee. Special Notice. The above property Is immediately on the Old Raleigh Road and Raleigh Narrow Gauge Railroad, two miles this side of Raleigh, and will be fold at a great sacrifice. It will net be bought in," but will be sold for what it will bring. R. W. RHELTON, 15-td 275 Main street. Trustee's Sale. UNDER AND B VIRTUE OF A TRUST deed executed to me by William L. Trask on the :toth dny of January, 1872, registered in Register's office of Shelby county, in book No. H4, page I, lor the purpose of securing cer tain indebtedness thorein mentioned, I will, on Thursday, 24th day of October, 1872, in front of the Sheriff 's office, Greenlaw build ing, Second street, Memphis, Tennessee, be tween tbe hours of 1(1 o'clock a.m. and 2 o'clock p.m., proceed to sell at puhlie auction, to the highest bidder, for ca.-.h, the following described real estate, vis.: Tho west one-half of lots Nos. 115 and 116 in the Batture ad dition to the city nf Memphis, beginning at the intersection of the south line of Adams street with the east lino of Hater street; thence south with Water street 5 feet: thence east parallel with Adams street Wlfeet to tho center of an alley; thence along tho center of said alley nerth 56 feet; thence with Adams street west m feet to the beginning. All right of the redemption or repurchase is expressly waived in said trust deed, so that the purchaser at above sale will get the abso lute title, which is believed to be good, but I will only sell and convey as trustee. HOWELL E. JACKSON, i;-t,J Truslee. elc. Atlathiueut IVolice. C. V. Dandridge) Before Wm. V, allacc, a Jus vs. f tice ef the I'eaee for bhel- W. M. Brooks,) by county, Tennessee. FKIDAVIT HAVING BKKN MAHK AND X bond given as required by law in attach ment causes, and attachment having been issued andi-eturned by the proper officer, leviesi. etc., the raid W. M. Brooks is heroby notified to appear before me, at my office in the city of Memphis, on Wednesday, the Zid day ef October, 172. at 2 o'clock p.m.. and defend said suit, or the same will be proceeded with ex parte: it is further ordered that Ibis notice be published once a week for lour consecutive weeks in the Public Ledger, a newspaper published in the eily cf Memphis. Teun. . 1 WM. WALLACE,' Justice ofthe Peace for Sbelljr county. J. M. Greer, attorney for plaintiff. 1",-2127. SILVER MEDALS AND DIPLO INDUSTRIAL OF TO BE HELD FKOM- FOURTH AND COURT STREETS, THE CITY OF MEMPHIS. H D OF DIHECTOH81 t'TCJ TV T Mi VCPATJT. Lines. Mo charge will fee made to exnibltore lor apace JtSD. it U At li-ili AAJS.AJ'A,J. Secretary Hempbls Induatrlal Expoalllon, Hcuipbla, Tenn. LECAL. Trustee's Sale. BY VIRTUE OF A DEED OF TRUST EXE cuted to me by Michael Larkin on the 1st day of September, 1869, registered in the Reg ister's etlice, in book No. 75. page 1!49, to secure certain indebtedness therein named, I will, at the request of the beneficiary, On Wednesday, October lGth, 1872, in front of the Sheriff's office, Greenlaw block, on Second stroet, in the city of Memphis, offer for sale and sell for cash, at nublio auction, to the highest bidder, tho following described property, viz.: A certain lot, being a part of the lot known and described on the plan of the city of Memphis as lot No. 4, in blook No. 59, Topp'g subdivision, and beginning in the north line of Vance street, southeast corner of said lot No. 4; thence westwarUly with V ance street 65 feet; theuce northwardly 187 feet to an alloy 15 feet wide; thence east with said alley 55 feet to the northwest corner of lot No 5 of said block; tbence southwardly to the west : . e L,..l. XT- R n I.. kA;n - I line of block No. 5 to the beginning, being a ! QWil Co, ...I frnm Ih. i r, taruuil din nf point 280 feet east from the intersection of v'nnca and Orleans streets. Also, the follow- lug personal estate: Ten drays; one bay mare mule, HS bands high and 9 years old; one bay horse mule, 5 years old and 15 hands high; one bay horse mule, B years old and H hands high; one black mare mule, with gray nose, 10 vaara old and 16 hands high: one bay horse mule, 9 years old and 16 hands high; one dark" brown mule, 8 years old end li', hands high) two dark brown mure mules, each 16 hands high and 5 pears old; two black horse mules, e.ii-h 9 vears old and 16 hands high: two dark brown mare mules, 14 hands high and 9 years old; one mouse-colored mule, 16 hands high ana 10 years old; one mouse-colored horse mule, 154 hands high and 5 years old; and two mousoolored mules, each 10 years old. Tha rirht of reilemntion to above described property is waived in the trust deed, and the title is believed to be good, hut 1 will sell only as trustee. Tho property will be sold in the order advertised unless the maker of the trust or his assign should direct otherwise. 12-td HOWELL E. JACKSON. Trustee, PETITION FOR DIVORCE. fNo. 611.J In the Second Chancery Coart Shelby County, Tenn. of James Dwyor vs. Rrldiret Dwv, "I T APPEARING FROM THE BILL WHICH L is duly sworn to in this cause that the de fendant Bridget Dwyer is a resident of the citv of New Orleans. State of Louisiana. and that she is a nn-reident of the State of Tennessee : it Is therefore ordered by the Clerk and Master that she make her appearance herein, at the oourt house of the Second Chancery Court in the city of Memphis, Tennessee, on or be fore tha first Monday in October, 1872, and nlend. answer or demur to comolain- ant's bill, or the same will be taken for eonfosted as to her and set for hearing ex- f arte. and that a copy of this order be pub ished once a week, for four successive weeks, in the Public Lkdurr. This September 12,1872. M. D. L. STEWART, Clerk and Master. By Osn. Mam.krt, Dep. Clerk and Master. P. J. Mulvauill, solicitor for complainant. 10-16-22-28 Attachment Notice. Henry Giles ") Eofore John Spelman, a Jus vs. tice of the Peace for Shel L. D- Vincent. ) byoounty. AFFIDAVIT HAVING BEEN MADE and bond given as required by law in attachment causes, and attachment having been issued and retured by the proper officer, "levied, etc.," the said L. D. Vincent, defendant, is hereby notified to appear be fore me, at my office in the city of Memphis, Tenn.. on Saturday, the 5th day of October. 1872, at 10 o'clock a.m , and defend said suitor the same will be set for bearing ex parte ; it is further ordered that this notice be published once a week, for four consecutive weeks, in the Public Ledger, a newspaper published in tha city of Memphis, Tenn. JOHN SPELMAN, Justice of the Peace for Shelby county. 814-2H-26 Executrix Notice. HAVING QUALIFIED BEFORE THE Probate Court of Shelby county, at the September term thereof, as Executrix of the will of my husband, the late John M. Cor wine, notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against tne estate to present them, duly authenticated, in the time pre scribed by law, or they will be forever barred; and all persons indebted to said estate are re quested to make immediate payment to v. loot. rt nr, lunnian, Executrix of John M. Corwine, deceased. 11-47-23-29 INo. t6. In the First Chancery Court of .Shelby County, Tenn. M. Lawless et al. (firm of Lawless A Pellcticrl, vs. TV,... T., ,,. .1 ! TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT I.N 1 this cause that the defendant Thes. Teague i a citiien of Arkansas and a non-resident of tha State of Tennessee; it is therefore ordered that he make his appearance herein, at the courthouse in the city of .Memphis, lenn.. on or before the first .Momiay in itovemoer, isrt, and plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill, or tha same will be taken for confessed as to him and set for hearing ex parte, and that a copy ef this order be published once a week, for four successive week;, in the Mem phis Prsi.ir LttHiRR. A eopy-atte.it: EDMUND A. COLE. t'lerk and Master. By R. J. Blacx. Deputy Clerk and Mailer. S. Herman, solicitor fur complainant. ll.'l-,V MAS. H. G. HOLLENEEBG'S, EXPOSITION uuvi iiiuu'i, m 1. tiniiuutni , a a-' n , vnuniii J. D. DANBURY, hD. BURKE PICKETT, J. E. RAN DLE, ui,u, Mbhiibnou, u.Ai.r t-niiLou. . R. '. B. RO BRINK, Sd Vice President. 1 A V1H, Treasurer. also, for Red sjcsm! Bate ef Fare to Visitors RAILROADS. MEMPHIS AND LOUISVILLE BAILKOAD. Summer Schedule June 2, 1S72. Express Train leaves 3:25 a.m Mail Train, daily 3.10 p.ui Brownsville Accommodation 5:10 p.ut PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS ARE RUN on all Night Trains. The 3:25 a.m. and 5:10 p.m. trains do not run on Sundays. For tickets and other information apply at TICKET OFFICE, 237 1-2 MAIN ST. JNO. T. FLYNN. (Superintendent. Jab. Bfrkii, Ticket Agent. 77f STEEL RAH DOUBLE TRACK.. BALTIMORE AND OHIO R. R. Great National Short Lino -To- EASTERN CITIES. -To- BALTIM0RE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK AND H0ST0N, . With the privilege f visiting WASHINGTON CITY FREE. New Pullman Palace Drawing-Room and Sleeping tars Are running on this line from Louisville, St. Louis, Cincinnati and Columbus THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE. Tlcketa for Rstle at sill TicUetOOleea iss ttie South. SIDNEY B. JONES, Gen'l Pass. Agent, Cincinnati, 0 L. M. COLE, Oen'l Ticket Airsnt, Baltimore , Mil. 7t-f OFFICIAL. JOINT RESOLUTION Allowing Discount on City Taxes for 1872. Resolved by the General Council of the City of Memphis, That in order to encourage the prompt payment of eity taxes for the current year, the City Tax Collector be and is hereby authorized and instructed to allow to each and every tax payer who shall, previous to the 1st day of December. 1872, pay the taxes due from him or her to the city of Memphis for the forty-fifth corporate year (18721, a discount at the rate of one per eentum per month on the, amount of such taxes he or she shall so pay fop the period of time that it shall be so paid pre vious to the 1st day of January, 1K73, and tha amount so paid shall be taken and accepted by the city as a full payment of such tax duu by such person. The privilege hereby offered shall not be extended beyond the 1st day oC December, 1872. Alter that date the Tax Col IaMav i. herehv instructed to collect the full amount of all the taxes then remaining unpaid. Adopted by Board of Aldermen, September 4 1872 Adopted oy louiicn, oci'iemuer a, i?.-. Approved September 9, 1K72. Attest: JOHN JOHNSON, Mayor. L. R. Richards, City Register. 8-83 JOINT RESOLUTION Authorizing; Onlt-Claim for Tax Titles. Resolved bv the General Conncil of the City of Memphis, That the Mayor be and he is hereby authorised to quit claim to any person who will pay the taxes, interest and costs due the citv thereon, any lot, piece or parcel of round to which the city has taken or may nr.ftpr take a deed from the Tax Collector. and which the reputed owner has failed to re deem, or may fail to redeem within sixty day from tha recording of the deed, in accordance, th the resolution adopted by the Ueuaral Council en the oih day of March. 1172. Adopted by Board of Aldermen, August '.ib. 1872 Adopted by Council. September 4th, 1572. Approved Septeinb.r 9, 1B72. Attest: JOHN" JOHNSON. Mayor. I, R F'Cfit. ritv rWi'ler S.Jt 274 SECOND STREET.