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PUBLIC XEDGEI?.
BiHBOADjTME TABLES.
r.a.
r.n.
3.65
2.10
4.10
p?p:
s.iu
1.25
H.M
The Brownsville Accommodation
p.o. daily, except Sunday.
1 leaves at
nepoi oom wj..iwi .ireei.
Ticket Oflioe, 237 Main street, cm door
aorta of Jefferson. . ,
MBUPfllS AKD CHA.ELESTON RAILROAD
Arrives. Leaves.
. p..
I A.M. P.M.
11.S0
it n..
..10 to
v.rs 5.UU
gonerfille Aooomtnod'n 8.30 I 4.45
Jaaction Awmmod'ii... 8.00 I 6.(10
Ticket Office, 27s Main street, and at the
Pol'01, '
HEM PUIS AND LITTLE ROCK RAILROAD
ArrirM. Leaves.
A.M. P.M.
6.0JI
6.80
a.m. r.n
7.00
7.50
7.30
7.00
Mitphl........
J r,ueld. ........... ,
Arreota - ,
ittla Kook. ....
Express train does not run on Sunday.
Ticket Otuoo, 27K Main street, eorner of South
Court.
Ferryboat Will leave wharfboat, foot of
poplar threat, daily, at 7. CO a.m.
:aiS8IfiEIPPI A-HD TENNESSEE R. R.
Arrives. Leaves,
jr. o. Mn (daiiy).-.A'"' .
Ksprenr. S.3
FreichtMaily'ei. Sunday) S.10
A.M. P.M,
1.
t.30
6.25
Iftr.ot at. font nf M.iln street.
Ticket Office, iJ7)4 Main street, one door
ort&ofjellorson. ,
TAP flen'l Snn't.
Ktlll'llLS POSTOFFICK.
OmoBBooaa FaovlA.M.ToBr.ii.t Sdrsat,
From to 10 a.m. f,
Closes.
Arrives,
a.m. I r.M.
a.m. I r.x
: Memphis A Ohio E.B.
Twice Daily.
Momi'His A Charleston
R. R. Daily.
'Mississippi A Tennes
see It. ll.-Daily.
Memphis A Little Rook
R. R.-Dnily.
Miss.rivor to Helena k
i Friar"! P't daily.
Vicksburr(tri-weekly)
Mon..Thurs.,Sat.
Miff- river to St. Louis
' Mod. and Xhure.
' "White Kiver Serni-
Weekly-Iues. M bat.
' Ark'sriver, tri-weekly
.Von., Wed. A Friday.
Marion (tri-weekly)
Mon., Wed.,i"ri. ,
Cuba, Tennessee
weekly Friday.
ByhshsAOliveBranch
Ibm. and Frl.
12.30i
10.51
1.00
2.30
1.50
10 50
1230
2.45
7.10
I
S
3
s
8
10
5.25
IT ASttHIO DIRBCTOBT,
IKECTORT. s
Lonenu V
Booth mMTms, No. 116 meets id Friday
In each month hall corner Madison and See
ond J. W heeler, W. M. s J. Harvey
Mathea. Secretary.
Akqiiooa, No. IRS meets 1st Monday In
every month, at Odd Fellows' Hall, corner
. Oonrtand Main. C. O. Locke, V. M.( B.
Ri'limund, Secretary. .
Lua 600TT, No. 2S9 meets lt Thursday
of each month hall corner Madison and Seo
oond. 8. Sturm, W. M. ; M. JlOwhstadter,
Secretary. .
"' DkSoto, No. 599 meets 84 Frld-iy of each
month-Odd Fellows' llall. R. C. William
ton, W. 11.; R. W. Shelton, Secretary.
RiLwntirnro, No. 341 meets 4th Friday of
each month at South Memphis llall, corner
of Madison and Second. W. B. Kichardet,
W. M.; Louis CsapsU, beorelary,
lOTAL ARCH.
Pgitg Cbpth, No. 22 meets 2d Monday of
each month Odd renews- JJail, v u.lsoete,
M. E. H. P.: A. J. Wheoler, Secretary.
MsMFHts Chaptb, No. 9b meets at Odd
Fellows' Hall. 3d Monday of each month. W.
8. Matthews, M. E. 11. P.; John W. Ward,
Secretary.
, 1. ADDS. a.
EtraixA Comoii., No. 6 meets Sd Thurs
day of each month Odd Fellows' llall. Q.
Reder, Ih. IU.t C. B. Myers. Reo.
nirrLAKB.
CniHiCoMMAKDiir, No. 4 meets 4th Mon
day of each month, (ieo. ilollersh. Com. j T.
3. Barchos, Reo.
Caltast Chaptur oy Robi Caoiz, 18th, No.
1. Charles W. Adams, bid, M. W.V ; II.
Tomliuon, 32d, Sec.'.
I.
O. r. DIBECTORT.
Odd Fellows' Hnll. oorner Main and North
Court streets,
T.nnaH.
Msmfbib Lorxil, No. 6 meets erery Tues
day. R. F. Alexander. N. G.i Ueo. W.
Mathews. V. O.s Jno. W. Waynesburg, Sec
retary; E. F. Risk, Troasurer.
CatncABAW LoDOi. No. 8 meets every Men.
A. a KMna O.I J. A Hull. V.
Q.-, Geo. W. L. Cronk, R. S.; Thes. Bacon, P.
S.: H. D. Connell, Treasurer.
SrHiLLSt Lonoa, No. 140 meets every Wed
nefiaj night. 11. Ornnauer, N. U.I F. Hon
nirer, V. ti.; H. Shiilinc, Secretary T.
Acntman, treasurer.
Bkie Lud(.i. No.H7 meets every Friday
sight. E. R. Jaok. N. Q
i. K. Jaot. N. o.i J. r. riarber. v.
.! W
Henry, K. S.; H. Hacker, i. B.
Ueo. A. Warioft, Treasurer,
DSOtll UEH3I
IffiMrRta Diguib Lodoi No. S meets 1st
Saturday of each month. W. II. Moj'ton,
V. M.; B. Bintham, b. D. M.; J. E. Rus
sell, A. D. M.j T.b. Jukes, Secretary; Leon
.evy. Treasurer.
Gatom EKriMmisr, No. 8 meets en the
1st and 3d Thurreay nights of each month.
John Gordon, CP.; 8. M. Norwood. 11. P.;
R. V. Alexander. 8. VT.; Geo. W. Mathews,
J. W. ; Tho. Baron, rribe.
MrMPHiB&aoiaraiiT. No. 39-neets 2d and
4th Thursday menu of each month. T. S.
Binrbam. O. P.i A. W. Newsom. H. P.; J.
K. Handle, S. W.; J. f. Pilcber, J. W.; T.
6. Jukes, Treasurer; Ueo. W. Smith, Scribe.
rrKiuHTS or PITUIA8.
TimcitiiJ LoiMis So. 5 Meets
every Wednesdiiy nitkt at Cvrene
Commandery llall, No. 14 Front street. J.
E. Ruaeell. V. P. ; W. K. t rench. W. C. ; R.
, Shinwa-, V. C: W. H. Miller. B. ; E. R.
Jack, F. S.; II. C. Hielw, R. S.
MkmphibILoiior No. 6 Meets every Tues
day nifht at Druid Ball, No. 3TS South Court
, street. H. 6. Keynoldi, V. P. ; Charles L.
Andtrwin, W. C. ; J. V. eavare, V. C. : C. A.
LeClerc.B. D. R- Irvini, F, . ; M. Bren.R.B.
TTnll4 Asseleat Order ef Drsilda.
Ismisem Ganva, No. 1, V. A. O. D.
Beets at the Druid Bill, No. 37 South Court
(treat, oa tbe 1st and M Tuesday evenino in
ru bdodiq. d. uiiirers, fi. A.; J.
ehler, V. A.j F. W. Bjtunahauj. Secre
tary; John L. Ei hbers. Treasurer.
MiMrRia Uaova, No. I nts at the Druid
Ball, s: Court street. ererrlhurrdayevenini.
Wm..M. Loeb. N. A. ; U. OertelTv. A. ; J.
P. bbids. Secretary: Barney (j ray. Treasurer.
CLaaaitis likMVi, No. 1-meeu at the Druid
Ball, SI Court street, en the 1st and 3d Mon
day evenings in ech month. A. F. Davis,
N. A.; tain W. Baxter, V. A.; M. 11 reo.
Secretary; Martin Cohen, Treast-rer.
Coiibd' S. A. CHArrr. No. 1 reels at
the Druid Ball, on the 2i and 4th Tuesday
veninrt in etch month. J. Iteehler. k. S. A.;
A. Ill Wield, becretary.
fJlEMPEKABKB MOCIETT.
JIAT.1MA TlMFI.Rftr H Aln T. No. 1 meets
every Tuefuay mht at ball of Cyrene ( om
mandery. -Nu. 2t Irit.t St. I. Laacs. W. C.
T.; JcJ- II. Shepherd, W. V.T. : 11. 11. Brigl,
P W. r. T ' W-imr. W. P.
PUBLICATIONS.
TO
newspaper publis::ers.
rpni sorn,rsv newspaper itkios.
at fiai'oi,.. .. .
TtVELYE -.WLTEIOST EDITIOXS
-Of-
y-?rinfMl OnMS Indies
Mid pDlfM'"1
, la a ftyie eeual te any
be me t- :..
,aokee. f
-artlr fiied for any
-T tllMSl.
EUREKA SHOE STORE.
WE I1AVB "FOUND IT." LONfl KXPKRIKNCB, AND EXTENSIVE ACQUA1NT
ance with old manufacturer, enable us to furnish durable and eltsaut ,
SHOES -A. IV r gaiter's.
Riiht now on hand (we think) ft best assortment erer la Memnhii at this season. "'
TheEurelu St jleg In Tr!ety-work worth double that of nnj othor tnnke.
, , FIND OUR PLACE . !.':.'"'
NO. 316 MAIN,' NEAR CORNER OF MONROE STREET.
132-t JOS S. LEVETT & CO.
FACTS AXD FANCIES.
(Eighteen daily papers are published
in Texas.
Quack horse doctors are becoming nu
merous.
Frepch opera has been abandoned in
New Orleans.
Fifty new American novels have ap
peared this fall.
Very little shipbuilding is now in pro
gress in Quebec, Canada.
Copper mines have be'en opened in
the vicinity of Smartville, California.
English dog carts are jite nuruerous
this season, in Central Park, New lork.
A pumpkin hollowed ont was nsed as
a ballot-box at a recent Kansas elec
tion. '(!;
Dan Bice's trick horse Exoelsior is
dying of old age and ligust in Cincin
nati.
The postal railway service has been
increased during the last year 10,000
miles.
Air brakes are. now nsed on all ex
press trains on t he Boston and Albany
railroad.
A number of Lhe Chinese trorkmen at
North Adams. Mass.. have cut off their
pigtails.
The arjole crop in Illinois Is immense,
Hundreds of bushels are rotting on the
ground.
A New York saloon keeper advertises
for " a boy to open oysters about fifteen
years old."
The census of ViennA, Austria, just
taken, bdows a population of nine hun
dred thousand.
It is announced that the Grand Trunk
railroad of Canada is to be changed to a
narrow gauge.
Double breasted jackets of thick pi
lot cloth will be fashionable this winter
for gentlenen. ''
The Daniah national income during
the past year shows an excess of J3S9,
000 over the expenditures.
The New York roughs use poisoned
bullets so as to mnke sure of their vic
tims even if a vital part is missed.
Louisvillo sportsmen . are obliged to
content themselves with shooting grass
hoppers, othei game being scarce.
A Sorinefield. I1L. court has dtcided
that railroad tickets purchased from one
station to another axe good either way,
IndianaDolis is ' to have a monster
grain elevator, towards the erection of
which one hundred thousand dollars nss
already been subscribed.
San.Frauciscj isn't a good place for
blacksmiths. One of them was recent
ly presented with triplets, and his wife
thinks it must be the climate.
The south side of the Arkansas river
is reported to be lined for one hundred
and fifty miles with vast herds of elk
buffalo, wild horses and deer.
The celebrated trotter " Strawberry,"
that trotted eighteen miles in sixty'
eight minutes once, has recently died in
Minnesota at the age of twenty-two,
Yoonc- ladies who indulzu in borsr
back exercise and hnge buflf les at the
same time shouldn't mount sv horse that
is not accustomed to carrying double.
One of the results of the presence of
womea in the Michigan University is
said to be that the appearance nd be
havior of the classes now in attendance
are better than ever befoM known.
A Kansas paper has the following:
"The gentleman who lost his false
teeth while chafing a poor widow
... 1 .1 L
woman s chickens can nave ineni oj
calling at this office and payinjc the
charges.
A Cincinnati colonization firm Bas
purchased a large tract of land in North
ern Louisiana at three dollars an acre,
and between one bundled and fifty and
two hundred persons will shortly leave
Cincinnati to work the land.
"Fhotoglyphic" is the name of a dis-
coverv bv a Mr. Woodbury, a chemist of
I London, which, it is supposed, will take
the place of photography. The process
is the same, except that gelatine is nsed
upon the plate which takes the picture.
It is said that there is only one real
Chinese woman in the United Suites, and
she is the wife of a San Francisco mer
chant. The olive-eyed females so com
mon among the Mongolians of the
Pacific slope are all of Tartar extraction.
Smokers who buy meerschaum pipes
ready colored should be cautious in their
purchases. From a recent report, pub
lished in Paris, it appears that the most
noxious pigments are frequently em
ployed to give the clay the cherished
hue.
A little boy appeared at one of tb
public libraries near the city, and re
turning a book, said: "Mother aayssbe
won't take any more books out junt now,
as we've got the sm&l'-pox at our house."
BuiUm Paper.
In reipect to Mr. Beecher, the London
Echo says: The New Yorkers keep a
pet clergyman whose doings are as care
fully chronicled by their journals as those
of royalty are by the Court Circular. It
must be added that they are often origi'
nul enough to he recorded."
The Chicago poet office now ranks
second npon the books of the Depart
ment at Washington in regard to busi
ness transacted. By this is meant tbe
business wh
h shows a revenue; but it
ia stated that more work is done at the
Chicago office at times than at any
other post office on this continent.
A correspondent of the Journal de St
Petersburg describes the magnificence
of an illuminated copy of the sacred
Writings of Buddha, in the language of
Thibet, which is being executed for a
Mongol prince. It will consist of 106
folio volumes, of which fcO are com
pleted, all in letters of gold, and bound
in embroidered silk, sritb silver clasps.
j The copyist is to receive 113,000 or the
work.
IANC3 AflTiKE EEST-V.Fi iHYACCEO.'KICKEST F'ZES AT LATE
A man went to Oregon fourteen yaars
ago and followed the. profostiun of a
beggar. It was a good one. He now
holds mortgages on the farms of seve
ral of hia benefaotors.
An Oregon sheriff attached a show in
that far-away country the other dny,
and while tacking up a "sale" notice
on the elephant's hindquartera,whick the
official took for a small hnrn, the ani
mal swung his tail around and now
when that county wauts a sheriff they
will have toelect one. Titmcille Fren.
In Indiana, the other day, a man was
awarded a premium for a two-year old
colt, when the animal he entered was a
horse eight years old. The owner had a
colt in a pasture and Sent a man to
bring him to the fair; the man made a
mistake aud took the eight-year-old
horse, which was in the same pasture,
and the committee "put him through."
A great outrage was recently commit
ted in the Astor Library of New York.
One of the persons admitted to a seat
within the alcoves, and to free access to
all the books, has committed the triple
orimo of cutting out of a rare magazine
an article, which he rewrote as his own,
and then sold as original to the pub
lishers of another magazine.
The California papers ire beginning
ti claim that that State will be soon the
great wheat producing State of the
Union. They assert that, owing to the
absence of rain during the summer and
fall months, the wheat crop ripens per
fectly, and can be so harvested as to be
shipped to any part of the world without
injury.
During the last year two hundred and
twentv-six new streets have been opened
in London, with an aggregate length of
thirtv-eight and a half miles. During
the past tea years one hundred and fifty
thousand houses have been built in Lon
dan, and new streets opened involving a
length of six hundred and thirty-five
miles.
The experiment of the Beading Bail-
road Company is carrying coal to Eas
tern ports in steamers instead of sailing
vessels, and returning in ballast instead
of freight, is said to be a great success.
The company are now about to add a
number of vessels to their present fleet.
The engines are to be built in their shops
at Beading, and tbe boilers and hulls in
the ship-yards on tide water.
Onr English brethren seem to be doing
far more than we to enable the working
classes to better their condition. They
are throwing open magnificent museums
for them; are writing popular scientific
works for them; are trying to educate,
not only their children, but the men and
the women themselves; and, best of all,
are promoting co-operation by every
means in their power.
Boys who sell cigars on the cars will
have to look out for tbe new instruc
tions from Washington. It has been
decided to allow tbem to sell only from
properly stamped packages nnder a
special receipt as dealers. The sales
most also be made exclusively iu the
smoking car, and the receipts must state
the route over which the dealer travels
and tbe number of the ear.
Germai.y claims that she will soon be
independent of America as regards pe
troleum. Tbe crude material has been
recently discovered in Galicia in great
abundance, and extensive preparations
are making to fit it for market. n one
single villi go twenty refineries are in
operation. As yet all tbe production
has been from surface boring, but when
the wells are sunk to tbe depths of those
in this country the production, it is e3ti
mated, will be sufficient lot the supply
of a large part of Europe.
Go! to Wilkinson's, No. 171 Main
street, for yonr Sunday reading. You
will find on his counter all the latest
daily and weekly newspapers; also, al!
the magazines for November Harper's,
Leslie's, Godey's, Peterson's, the Galaxy
and Atlantic; also, the illustrated Lon
don News, Graphic, and the Young La
dies' Journal for October. He sells at
Eastern prices, and you will do well to
call early and lay in your supply of
reading matter for Sunday.
Josu Bili.ikgs Almikax for 1673 is
for sale at Mansford's News Depot, Ex
position building, and corner of Second
and Monroe; alo latest dailies, weeklies
and mouthlies from everywhere. 40t
B. J. Wai.keb, the enterprising news
dealer, No. 105 Beal street, has all the
latest dailies, weeklies and monthly pub
lications. He has also many European
periodicals and literature that he makes
a specialty. Call and see him.
Daivrx wills. 16 Jefferson st. 98t
SPECIAL N0TIC23,
Crimiaal Imposition. A bad bill substi
tuted for a good one is simply a lose to the
pocket of the taker; but a poUonons ltp sub
stituted for a life-sustaining medicine imperils
the health of those who imbibe it, and the man
wke eonoucts, er sells, er recommends suk aa
article is a ertiawal impostor, and deserves to
be visited with a heavier penalty than if be
bad counterfeited gold pierea or forged bank
bills. Many vile, unwholesome potions now
being offered for sale in various pans et the
eoentry as " tonics " and " restoratives," are
recommended by their dishonest proprietors
and vendors as superior to the f.mou national
specifie, HosteUer'l Stomach Bittern. Da
perete attempts are made ti thrust then per
nicious compounds Into the hands and down
e throats of life-lung patrons of the gnat
rtrctavbU siimaleUii tod Komarhir; kntl i
though tiieM oapireVciM icJrist hnhb knd
life Try rarely succeed, it ncTtrrthelcH teemi
U be adntj ocrejnoMr to wm the eredu
Inu aftlnrt then, iloftctter'i Bitten, the
rtq nailed remedy for rtvoevl indigestion, con
strued drtpepcU, biltomraesf , lirer complaint,
Malunottf ferer. eonttiralion, constitutional
weakness, tod the fanrtional deranrement of
lhe weaker sex, has for twenty years stood at
the hed f all nod, rises of its class so fir
above the a as to render eoaopetitioi fuUl.
It has not yet reached the ssendiaa of its pop.
larity. Its sale beinsr larcer i.t tba at any
erio4 iea it introduction. Iu amity as a
prerentire of disorders eegvadered by aa iasn-
Jubrioas ataospbera or anwboleeome water t
admittM br physicians praoticinit ia an-
healthy districts, and it la recommended as a
stimulant by many practitioners who will not
take Uievespenaibilityorpresurlblng thsadul
terated liquors of oommerco.
asrChapped hands, face, ronih skla, pirn.
nles. rinaworms, salt-rheum, and ether
cutaneous affections cured, and the skla
made soft and smooth by using the Juniper
Tar Soap, made by Caswell, Uaiard A Co.
New lork. , , ' !-
Sfe-The purest and sweetest Cod Liver Oil
In the werld Is Uasard A Caswell's, maue on
the sua shore, from fresh-seleoted livers, b
Oaswell. Hard A Co.. New York. It Is an
solutely pure and sweet. Patients whe have
once taken It prefer it to any other. For sale
k. .11 Hruirrrinta. ! BVi-80
Beat and Oldest Family stsdiolne.--
Airrf's ittwr l'iaorlor.h purely Vesetable
ftilAnrte and Tmiu-tat Dyspepsia, l.(jnsiipa
tin Thllitv. Slok-headache, Bilious At-
. and all derangements of Liver,
Stomach and Bowels. AU your Drusit for
it. Jicaart of imtlatiw. , . HS-xvll2ea
gar For Dvsnensla. Indieestlon, Depression
of Spirits and General Debility in their varl-
n f.irui-. a nrnveatire against lever i
..Ha' tttiil other Intermittent fevers, the
"Ferro-Phosphoiated Elixir of Calisaya."
.arf. he Caswell, llaiard A Co., New York,
and sold by all druggists. Is the best tonlo for
patients recovering from fever or siosneea.
It bas no equal. "'-30
, ... , m
On Marriage. '
Uaitv Rir vob Youxe Ms from the
svt r Krrors and Abuses In early me.
Manhood restored. Impediments to marriage
removed. New method of troatment. New
and remarkable remedies. Books and circu
lars sent free. In sealed envelopes.
Address. HOWARD ASSOCIATION. No,
South Ninth St., Philadelphia. Pa.
14lxiv-asxv i
Eatohelor's Hair Bys.-This superb hair
dre Is the keel i' A ssorW-perfoctly baric leas,
reliable and Instantaneous ; no disappoint
ment; no ridiculous tints or disagreeable
odor. The genuine Win. A. Batcheler's Hair
Dye produces ikxibhtsi.t a splendid aiaex
or natural brown, leaves tne aair eim, wi,
aH.r.il , A ri,a tint contain a particle of lead
or any Injurious compound. Sold by all drug
gists. Factory. 16 Bond street, xi ew x or.
.T-?HrT.
NEWSPAPER.
THE INDEPENDENT SOUTH
P-ibllshed at Holly Spring, Mlsr.,
Is one of the
Best AdverlUlner Medlnrne Is, Nortb
MISNlealppl.
sW Memphis Merchants should not neglect
to advertise in this locality.1 ' -t
raja
SOUTHERN FARMER I
A HOSTBLT
AGRICULTURAL JOURNAL
PcBLIEIIED IN TUB CITY OF MXMPHI
for Bve years, and edited from the cemmenoe
meat by
Dr. m. w. rnixips,
who has been known as a worker la the eaas
ever linos 1832. assisted by many able con.
tributors, asks, through Its editor, for a lib
ral share of patronage, believing he can.
supported by friends of the cause, do much
good. . ,
THE FARMER Is now stitched la neat
covers, and will appeal in January in aa sa
tire new dress. ,
KnbscripUon price ster axtanssi.
PRICE, JONES a CO.,
JOB PRINTERS
AND-
Blank Book lilfuiiifactTirers
SO. 12 JEFFEBS05 ST.,
MEMPHIS.
MEDICAL.
OSADALIS
THE GREAT SOUTHERN
raced forthecur of 8crs
turn, i-r.jf ulotis iaiDt, Rheuma
tism, White snivelling. Gout,
Goitre, Consumption, IironcbU
us, JVttous Debility and all dis
eases ariaing from an impure con-
miionor it uioorj.
I h? merits of this valuable nrvnarv
atljkftareao wellknownthata panning
notice is bat necessary to remtiul the
resaVrs of this jmniwil ofthe necessi
ty of always bavin a bottle of this
Wdicine aiuoug their stock of family
Utn nsnifs.
CcTtiflcatPS can be presented from
many .ending Vbyiciuu, Ministers,
and beads ol families Ihrourhout tbe
jlStmU.. endoninKfntbehiifhesttenDS
i'' riutQ frrrittt of tiotudalis.
Dr. H, W llMinCarr of Baltimore
ays "he has uwtl i in raes of ScroU
IulaandotbcTdisaases with macbsat
tafacllon, .
Dr. T. C. Pack ef Batimore,ra-
jcnmmends it to ail prTous surferlufT
win uvj,?u moaxi, saying n is su
I erior to any prejMiatiuu be has ever
iiaetl. 4
Her Dakafv Bell nf I ha Haiti-
imore M. 1- Cunl'rrfrtrtSoiUhsays hw
has hsnaowifirh benefitted by It. use
that be cbawwfullv Mroanrnenits it Lm
lvil his friends aiid a-quaiittances,
1 rsel 4Cs.. briiat-aMU. at(ir-
rdonn-Ule, Vs., say it never has failed
W Civ MLlftiariK-n.
Kem'l U. M Kadrfes., Mnrfreer
boro, Tenneesee, says it cuied bimoc
Kheumaiifkna ku all Ue failad,
KmadaiU ia net aaerret quark prp
arntisisi. iu inerevJiata are pubUsbed
'n every pt kz: 8 how it to yeur
Fbvairiaa and be will tell y it Is
cotnpoHil of the strougsst aiierativaa
that e'i aid is an eacellent Blood
iFarilrcr. Did our apace tdsait we
could eive yon textimonia la from
ery binte in tbe South and froaa
jpCTK Ds khovn in every man, woman
Un1 ct,ildeulirrporKAiyorbyrep.
UMIIern.
buSLaialis is sold by alt Druggists.
CLi:ilE5TSCo.,
Baltivobs, & Proprietor!.
'JOHn F. HENRY.
f'o. 8 Collkcs Placb,
I Stm ra.
PUBLICATION.
TO PAPER IX MFMPHIS 18 A KETTKR
11 advenisinf medium then the Wnl.ra
?tl having within the limits of
mm mempois is the m-n.rri.l nu a
lW j virneiatioa. This eaa be known
l J0J.,Tn.. .j v.oeeesae letere.ua.
, M
.":ill!TH WM1 k.-.
Our oflifa I.
"HB baiU a lutl,
eie street, a, elaire.
aasae buldia
t vw fn.
MEMPHIS FAIi. CCLD AUD
0
D
JOB PRINTINQ.
PUBLIC LEDGER !
BOOS AND JOS
Printing Establishment
I r
. i. . ; . .. '
13 Madison Street.
E. WHITMOBE, Proprietor.
mHIS RSTABUSflMPVT. Jims FillAT
J. gUtoked with the latest aad most
Improved Stylos of Presses.
'From the celebrated an nlao Varies of R.
Uoe k Cc. and eo. P. Gordon, and
with all the styles an designs ef
TY1
Bordera, Ornaments, Et&e
From the well-known foundries of Jctneon
k Co.. Philadelphia and Cincinnati. W are
prepared to execute every description el
BOOK AND JQ3 FBiNTINa
n a sam
fTJNSUIlPASSED THE SOUTH.
PUINTING,
BILLS OF FARR, . .
. BALL TICK BT8,
PROGRAMMES.
AUCTION BILLS.
BAND BILLS.
' , CIRCULAR!),
' : BEADINQS,
INVOICES.
DKKDS, 1 '
CARDS. '
BILLS LADLNO,
i ! XNVELOPES.
1 BILL BEADS,
,, CATALOGUES. ,
MORTSAQES.
PROMISSORY NOTES,
DRCaOIflTS' LABELS,
DRAT RECRIPTS. ' '
BANK CHECKS,
CONTRACTS. . v ,
1B '
Ever? Variety of Illanka, ,
' ESPECIAL ATTENTION OIVEN TO
Steamboat Printing
STEAMB0AT7OSTERS, '..
BILLS OF F ARB.
MANIFESTS. ETC.
Theater, Clrons and Show Bills.
T
Doaa 1b tmparior ityla aad at lowast fatJ.
POHTEjU,
t , ,
TKBST BILLS,
HUeBAIsll
OMIIU.
HUIPPINO, T A OH
STREAMERS.
We have the arrest Bleek Type aaaaafae
tue4 for this parpeew, each letter eeeapylac
A KAJLSQTH SHEKT.
sws Orders presapUy attMeed to, PRICES
REASONABLE.
Ledzer Prlstixis Home,
va ar a ntsns wrevrv
SILVER t.'.IDALS AKD CI?L0
I ' ! ' - ' J '
MEAT8.
WI10LESALB DEALKR8 IN
FRESH HEATS,
340 Slielby.St.,
JHESPHIS,
TENNESSEE.
;1
OTKAMBOATS. HOTELS, COMMISSION
S u., l.,u and Retail UuU-.her. supplied
With v K USU M EATri. iu any quantity, durius
We live our personal attention to slaughtor
lns and arransementof our meats, nnd dealers
and othors oau rely upon rfloeiviug them In
frn-li nn.l heellhv rotiditnitl ntnll tlnn'H. 4-71
LEGAL.
tNo. 714.J
In the First Chancery Court of Shclbj
; , Conntr, Tenn. v, (.
Charles Critohel
ritohel 1 r
nt et al. I
v'
T. Xt Rnnnln
-vt leuiriiilllil FROM AFFIDAVIT IK
1 this cauBC that the defendant h. 11. Ban
liinu Is a nan-resident of Tennessee, end
wuose place of residence cannot be ascertained
iiimo dilln Inquiry; It is therefore ordered
that he make hie, appeerenoe heroin, et the
oourthousotn tne ony oi jiemiiuie. louu.,
or before the aret Monday in Deeember. 1878.
and plead, answer or demur to complainant s
bill, or the same will be taken for oonleesea
... Ui.n .nj .nt for hearing ex narte. and
that a copy ef this order be published ones a
week, for lour suoeessive weeae, m iu
phis PllBl.lO LimB. - ;
This )th day of October, 1872. .
, Aeopy-attesti JjIDMUND A.COLB.
" ' Clerk and Master.
By R. J. Blaoi, Deputy Clerk and iMaeter.
ti. Herman and W. U. Rainy, solicitors foi
oomplainant. 61-6i-iJ-i-
. AttHchiiient iVoUee.
J. S.Whlus "I Before John T.Elliott, a
i vs. ' J ustlce of the Peiwe for
J. A. J. Smith, ) Bhelby nounty. Tenn.
th thh AHOVR NAMKI) SUIT AFFIDA
I vit for attachment bavins been made under
.inn ..r , h. Cud of TenneBsee. that the
.inr.J.nl I. nnn.r..ident of the Btate of
Tennessee, or is about to remove himself
or property from this btuto, or nas removed,
or is removing out of the county privately, or
ounonals his property so that the ordinary
Erocess of law cannot be served upon him, or
as absoonded or is absconding, or conceal
i... ki.m.lf or orouertv. or has fraudulently
disposed of, er is about fraudulently to dis
pose of his property, and is justly indebted to
the plaintln lnineriiio ui emmy-ovo uuuar.,
reur. and that the elftim is iust. and said at
tachment bavins been issued by James llall,
Jn.tin., nf the Peace for Shelby oounty. Ten
nessee, and returned before me by the proper
oilier, levlod, eta., it is therefore ordered that
ilnfandant auDear before me at my ollice. ISo.
!K7 fiAimnii .tret. in the citv of Mcmnhis.
Tennessee, on Friday, the 6th day of De
cember,. A. D. usci, at tu o eioca a.m., anu
ilnfend said suit, or the same will be proceeded
with ex parte; and that a copy of this notice
be published onee a week for four oonsecutive
woeas in tne ruBLit: ijMii.aa. -jt ,
nils JNOvemDer oiu, i.
JOHN T. KLLIOTT,
.Tii.H, nt thm Peaie furShetbv eountv,
Thorne. Solicitor for Plaintiff. 5-ta-t8-74
. ; Admlulslrator't Sale.
T WILL SELL 10 TUB UIU11ESI iUDDBtt
X ,
, On November IS, 1872, 10 a.m.,
in front If the late residence of Charles
Meurer, deceased (which is situated at the in
tersection of eicLean avenue and the Mem
phis and Utuo railroad, aoooi ivt niuee iruiu
this eitvl. all the mods, chattels and personal
estate of said decedent that have some to my
hands to be administered, consisting of one
mule, one market wagon, gardening utensils
of viirions sorts, etc.
Also a lrahrhold upon the said residence
r.M..Av,w (whioh AinhrMces 12 Uu-IUO acres, in
cluding all the improvements) for a term of
ten yoars, of which thore are nine roars vot to
run (being tho unexpired term of the said de
cedent on saiu premises, anu an in. uitervsiiu
snid lease, the forms a hereof will be then and
there mado known. .,
Tertnsof Sale Allsuini under 1250 to be paid
in cash; over that amount, on creuu 01 si
months, note with approved security.
JOHN B. DRAKE,
54-63 Adm'rof Chan. Meurer, deceased.
. fNo. 717.1 . '
In the First ChncrT Court of Shelby
County, 'lean.
H Rutland
3.
John D. Armour and Thomas M.Owings,
TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT IN
X .this Cause Ilia, tao ueii'uuaoin, uuii v.
A.mn,,r .ml Thomas M. Owinas. are non-resi.
dents of the State of Tennessee and residents
of the State of Maryland; it is therelore
ordered that thoy make their appearance here
in, at the oourt-nouse in tne cuy oi .umnom.,
TannAB. or hfi,ro the 6rst Monday in
Docomber.' Iii72. and plead, aunwer or demur
to complainant s bill, or the same will be taken
for coufoMcd as to them and set fur hearing ex
parte; and that a copy of this order be pub
lished once a week, for four successive weeks,
in the Memphis Polio Lsduui. This Octo-
A ooWltest: ' ' EDMUND A. COLE,
Clerk and Mater,
By E. B. MoIIsitRT,T)cp. Clerk and Mastor.
h. tiermana, senciior loreompiaiuaui.
' l-S.M.f.7
RAILROADS.
MISSISSIPPI & TENNESSEE
bailhoad;
CIT ANOE OF TIME,
COMMENCING
Monday, October 28, 1872.
Trains will run as follows i
i.cavb: arrivs:
Now Orleans Mall, daily...l: p.m. 2 :44 p.ra
Kxpress Train, daily .4:311 p.m. 8:50 a. in
Freight Train, daily (ex-
cept Sundays) - 6:25 a.m. 6:10 p.m
Ticket offices. Main street and al iiepoi,
"" JAMES T8NQE. Snp't.
LOUISVILLE ASD NASHVILLE
AUD
GREAT SOUTHERN RAILROAD
Winter Schedule, Oct. 27, 1S72.
Express Train leaves daily (oxcept
Snmlav) x S :SS a.tn
Mail Train, daily - 3:10 p.m
Brownsville Accommodation leaves
daily (except Sunday) 4:10 p.n
, .i '
Ne change of cars by this line for Louisville
Rt I.nni. (,r Najhville. Pullman balace sleeD-
lng-caraon all night trains. Iho thruuxh ear
fi,r8L Louis. Chicago and the West will be
run on the 4:10 p m. traio.eio.pt on Sundays,
when it will be run on the 2:10 p.m. tram.
a lh, A'lll n.m. train make close
connection at 11 urn bo lilt for all points on the
Mobile and Ohio and Mississippi Central rail
roads, x-or tickets or iniormauon, apiuy
Ticket O01c, S37 13 Main ft.
JOTiN T. FLYNN, Superinteadent.
Jmxa Sraso. Ticket Agent. 14-t
MempMs & Charleston R. R.
rkange sf Time,
Commencing Tuesday, Oct. 29, 1S72.
Trains will run as follows:
Leaves.
Arrive.
1o VI a. in
11:4 p.tn
H:UJ p.m
Mail train...
Cipros-.. - -
Grand Junction Accum
Tl .VIa m.
.Vme.m.
f.:ii p.m.
Somervllle Aocom..
4:V p.m.
S::l
Making close eoanections at Itratid Junction.
Curiatb. Hecatur and (.katunooga lor au
poinu South, North and tat.
Beveniy-two snnr. inmwr iu v u..i'"..j
Est T'nnessee. tieorsia end the seaboard
citiee. than via ashYlMe. vjuica ume anu
eloee eonaeetions to Nabville.
w . J. nufvv rup t. . v
Ticket Office. 278 Mam street, and at the
INSURANCE.
MASOIJIC MUTUAX
Life Assurance Association,
I. U Front hlreet,
saafmUauckieT' Vaiaa street, a stair
Irt CONSTmiTKS TOU A MEMBER
d 1 M Sib for policy, 91 oiemimiig !ee. aaa 91
eanualiy. Ne other eipepseexeeptin easeoi
the death ed a saesabev. s pea will ee a
OEIITISTRY.
T3It. II I IV SO IV.
DENTIST, -833
Main Street, Memphis.,
CA.7
t CONSl'LTED AT ALL H''M
MAS. K. C. KCLLEfwF.G'S,!2Tl SECOND STRiETMMlS. TENNESSEE.
-.11 r I
QUEEN INSURANCE COMPANY
Of Liverpool and
' 1
' - i
CAPITAL,
" t UKITEI STATES BBANCII,
Nob.' 214 and 216 Broadway, New York, Park Bank Building.
Statement of the Investments of thin Company In this Country, Tilth
Extracts from Annnal Kntmrt f the Company in Liverpool, .
, for the year ondlujc December But, ion.
WBX, II. BOSS,-;
GEO.' A. DBESSEB, Special Agent.
-if. T. TOlftlNSOlV.
JXo. 17 MadUoa Street, 'Memphlis, Tenncsaee.
AsweU la
900,000 United States 6 per cent. Bonds, 1881.
fJiO.OPO United states It per cent, in nanus 01 iruBiw. ......
in, i mil llniinl Kijitanr cant, with Insurance Department, Uul
ai.(" I'uited States 6 per cent, with Insurance Department, ienpessee
tlu.isJO Alnliaiiia5per cent. Mtate Ceruaoates...-.....
oaned on United States itonds., .... "
Cash in Ullioe and Hank -
Interest due on Loans .h... .
Premiums in course of collection ... .
Office Furniture - - ,..........M......
'EXTRACTS FE0 31 FOURTEENTH ANNUAL KEP0IIT
''!'.'.:. '.' ".; of the '
CtTJEEIV I1VSTJ1T ANCE COMPANY,
; i, , Year Lndlng Dlst
The Directors present their Report to the Proprietors in accordance with the provisions of
the Deed of Settlement of the Company, for the year ending 31st December, 1171.
. . ,t.i FIBI2 BBAXCH. V , ,
Tho Premiums, less re-Insurance, are 208,509, as compared with 139.809, in 1870, thus
showing nn increase in 1)171 over 187D, of 08,700. , The Freuiiusns of 1868 were 122.1:10, and
The Lossos paid and outstanding are 127,502, or 61.2 percent. The Losses of 1868 were
66.8 per cent. ; those of 1809, 50.2 per cent. : and those of 1870, 02.2 per cent. .
The Direotors are much gratineid in beiuf able to report that every Branca of the Company
has contributed toward the large increase ot Premium Income that marks the year's opera
tions; but they have specially to mention tbe very eonsiderable accession of business derived
through the Now York Board. .
Owing to tho growing im portance of this section of the Company's business, it was consid
ered desirable for the General Manager to proceed to the United States ia 1870, and aguin in
1871 nfter the occurrence of the Chicago fire.
- Tho Manager reports that the interest of the Company are earefully tended by the influen
tial New York Trustees and Direotors, and their able Manager; and that tbe business, which
now extends over a large portion of the Uniou, is conducted at the various Agencies by expe
rienced Fire Underwriters under the direction of the New York liuard.
iu, wiuu m u, cicNuiwuDwvum t. M iwiuw.i . A .,. s s .. .
. , , TBBSTKKsl. ;
'-, , ., P1IKPHERD KNAPP, Presidont Mocbanic'l Bank.
' " "'' WILLIAM II. MACY. President Leather Manufacturer's Bank.
JA.MEBM. M0KK1SON, President Manhattan Bank.
Georee Adlard, Park Bank Buildings, Broad
way. , , '
Samuel D, Babcoek, Babeock Bros, k Co. 1
Martin Bates, Martin Hates. Junr. k Co. . .
Archibald Hester, 17 Broadway.
H. B. Olaflin, 11. B. Clnflin Co. ' '
William 11. Uuion, Williams k Ouion.
HAsTAGER.
WILLIAM H. ROSS.
The InTestments Are
tn real property of the Company
Advanced on landed becunty ana reaiastaus. w
invested in 3 per cent. Consols (5000 Stock) ,
a Securities sanctioned by Act of Parliament, vis.. In the Bonds of Local Boards and
Corporations, and of the Mersey Docks and Harbor Board........
In United .States Government bonds Cost -
(Present market value, 112.3!.) Add difference
6In Canadian Government Bonds and Stock Cost..
(Present market value, 32,272.) Add differenoe
"In Alabama 5 per oent. xouds
In Colonial City Bonds (Melbourne and Geelong) .........................
Advnnccd on the value Of tho Company's Life Policies. HM.
On Personal Security in connection with Life Policies.......
On Mortgage, etc.. nf Reversions and Life Interests ,.H
In Hailwny and other Debentures.. '.
Short Loans on Railway, etc.. Stocks and Shures.witb not loss than 15 per cent, magin
'oroign Government Deposits
Cash at Bankers, 41,220; balance due by Lrunches and Agents, 20,420; acorued In
terest and Premiums oa which the days ef graoe had not expired. -12,576
Total Assots, , ' . i ' ( 609,73 or $8,157,800 15
JnveMmtntt rtquirtd by law to enable the Company (otraasaet Aimness in thtte eounlrie.
1
SUnPLTJel.
The net surplus on tbe year's working of the Fire Aooount (including Jnterest) is 38,893
. , To which has to be added;
Amount earried forward from 1870.. ,. 10,4ftl
Lens proportion of Direotors' and Auditors' fees voted at annual meeting 1,83d
. 8.H.10
47,523
Out of this amount the Directors recommend that a dividend of ten per cent. , free nf inoome
tax, tie paid to the proprietors at the Liverpool Commercial Bank, ea and after Friday, the
17th inst.. which will absorb ..17,980
That the sum of l",(XX)be passed to the credit of the Reserve Fund, whioh will bring
up that fund to 100,010 , 10,000
1 And that the balance of 19,543 be earried forward 19,543
. '',- ., " 47.623
In conclusion, the Directors desire to Intimate that they propose In future to avail them
selves of the power given them under the Deed of Settlement, to pay dividends half yearly in
the place of yearly, as heretofore, which course it hopes will be approved by the shareholders.
llAlilttVA Hl HALL,
LlvKsrooL, May 11, 1872. , . . Ctaalrinass of the company.
Memphis Office, No.
H. T. TOMLINSON,
SJ-M
DISPENSARY.
DR. D. S. JOHNSON'S
Medical Dispensary
208 MAIN STREET,
Up-stairs, bet. Washington and Adams sts.,
Memphis), Tennessee,
18 NOW PKRMAN'KNTLY ESTABLISHED
for the treatment nf patients, both male
and female, who are alllicted with any form of
Yenereal or , Secret Diseases,
. j . .
such as Syphillis. Gonorrhea, Oleet, Stricture,
and all trinary Diseases; Syphtllitie or Mer
curial affections of the throat, skin or bones,
orchitis, hernia or rupture; also, the effects of
a solitary habit, ruinous to thebedy and mind,
producing blotches on the face, debility. Ira
potency, ditsincss. dimness of sirht, con fusion
of ideas, evil loreboiling, aversion to society,
loss of memory, weakness, etc., not all of
these in enyone case, but all occurring fre
quently in various rases. Rheumatism and
rheuinatie pains cured by a new method.
Particular attention paid to the DIShASES
OF Wd.VKN. such aa exces,ive, suppressed
or painful Menstruation, lucuorrbaea
Whites. Falling of the Womb, and all lire
lariti. of the monthly neriods. causing ster
ility or barrenness, and oflen-times consump
Th'e Doctor ean be consulted personally or
by tetter upon all diseases not requiring nis
attention outside of his office. Ohice hours
from 8 a.m. to 9 o clock P-m.
:tvt D. S. .l"HN"y. M. D
THE
Ilolly Springs Reporter,
Largea t rtrenlallon In Worth
jniMiNMipps.
Saperlor Adverilalsii Medians.
dvertlsements premptly Inserted whem
senrta win'1".! a iiiu.l.a. u.
Adllore and fropneure,
ff. II l!r t.rler. V .
NOTICE.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
1 F. PATILL0 HAS TAKKX CHARGE
lb. of the
Real Estate, Rental and Colleetlnf
lrpartaiBl
of the eld and well known Aeetioa Heoeeof
A. M. b li'UAKU M I U.,, I ni, street, end
restctlol'y soliciis the patronage of the pub
lic generally. M
Notice to Lawyers.
IT HAVE FB CALE AT THE I.SnOBR
S .Sim ki.hfc t!. tO take dPOUtlADa.
aad wrintad instruct: n, t thor takir.g
me een.;
BIN eiajia r "W 1 1 D . a CHS-
London, England.
s " .. -.
- jfiSeOOO.OOO
j i . - Manaifer. ' -, "
J. A. 1I0TT, Siip't of Afencles.
Airent ana Adjuster, ,
United Stata.
In Albany..,
......tS9.onl)
22M,000
114,6110
22,(IO0O
7.UU0 0U
A 2i,fiil Ul
bu.517 11
..... :V' oo
. 7,715 M
l.WU 7
! r.413 11
December, 17I..,
J. Boorman Johnston, J. Boormaa Johnston
A Co.
Rhephord Knappt President Mechanic's Bank.
tenry . bpauiuing, ftpauiuing, ituniA 1.0. ,
oseph Stuart, J. A J. Stuart Sl Co.
. 11. i. waiting, tvnitiug, ioungi;o.
-
, 124,000
131,878
4,57a
1.1,872
9H.8X2
12,457
30,500
1.172
90U
7,130
8,440
1,479
10,513
30,510
15.325
1.541
74.222
17 Madison Street.
Agent and Adjuster.
CROCERIE8.
SPICEIt & IIYAN,
GROCERS,
No. UO-J, Main Street.
Fresh ArrivalsNew Goods.
' ,
WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY INVITE
the attention of dealers and fntnilies to
our large stock of choice groceries. Our goods
are fresh, and bought direct from first hands
at lowest prices.
Choir Mocha, Old Government Java,
. Lsgnlra, and Kio Coffees.
Cat, Loaf, and other Refined Sugars.
Teas lhe finest to be had all kinds.
English rit'kles and Sances a large
stock.
Canned Goods of every kind Frntts
and Vegetables.
Canned Fish a tine variety. '
Ral.'ilns, tints and Cnrrants.
Jellies In great variety and sfyles.
Cox's, Kelson's and Cooper's Gelatine.
Canto Preserved Ginger lergt lot.
Imp. Xaccaroal Italian aad Swiss.
Desslcatcd Coroannts, lor pies.
In fact, a most complete stock, earefully
bought exprescly for first-class trade, iiive
us a trial-we think we can please yoe.
24-101 snl-.sa r Ft YAW.
DENTISTRY.
HTJHD,
DENTIST,
253 Main Street,
Next door to 8. W. Jones k Co.. Druggists.
PXTRACTS TKETH WITHOIT PADI BY
Fj the um of pure Nitrons Uxide Gas, which
is aarmleas.
Br. I. M. Kwaa, rareesi Deatlet,
Makee a specialty of Filling. Treating and
MARKET.
MADISON STREET MARKET.
WO. T3.
7, E. BETT3. FR0PRIET0B.
THE FIXKT ADD IIUSHEjT HEATH,
ef all kuxta. at ,
LOWEST I1IKET rssst sc.
Also poultry and regei-" '
always oa aaed.
" se Aay Fart
.Illy. 1
G. H.
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