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HAIR DYK Batohelor'a Hair Dye. r BIM.KN'IHD HAIR DYR M TJII b..t In world. The only tru and par- li( dye. Harmless, reliable and Instanta neous i no disappointment! norldiou Luiiinu or unpleasant udor. Kuiclix the III ( uf bad dv and washes. Prodace maai'l atii.t superb hii M ua (iTUkai laowa, Bd leaves lha b.lr t aovr am tiirnrri.. The faiiuUa.lfoad W. A. JJalrlia nr. Mio .11 liru.si.u. ClIAd. UAlt'llELOA, ! ...if ivll ( Pri.l.H.l.ir, W. T. SPRINGS. ! SWAYNE'S Mammoth Springs! (YliltflSulihur and Iron Spring.) APLKA8ANT AND KCONOMICAL PVM uier Imuia, In llunry rmiiily, Tnnn . al.vcn utiles rani of l'aris and threaand a half nurlu uf hiiriiifvlll Depot, on the Memphis and Louisville railmail, In hearing- of lha paa-eu-er trains. Ouly sli hours from Memphi a luurnin rlde-aiid ! frum Louisville, with nu cli.ns.of oar or bast. Hprrlal Kla ar t'r.v rallr.t4 all l.llora Irons suihl. Mot Una; Urfn Hal la Ivmivdlal taw nit. Purest and eeplou Whllo Sulphur hatha. Cool niitht and no mcxnuilo ban required. r'ihln, hunliiif and buatinf near, Uaok niaet tb morning trains at hpriin villa, by a ahady ridire mad Ally niinmea drive. No cholura at Sulphur bprlnr. Hoard aa arood a th country affords no 'tyla" to ay f..r par day, til per week, $10: ar month, aarvanta and children under ten years old, heirpri-e. Iil mail and eiiiresa oulca at Sprlngvill fur the B,,rinfyy j-ljsr jJ'Jo '' Proprietor Bwayn' Mammoth Sprint, or to their care. M-V Eon AquaJSprings ! rilUB ABOVE POPULAR BUMMKU UR I port, under the management of Mr. J. IT. Kubinson. of Nashville. Tenn.. will be open fur lha reception of visitor on tba l.Hh inat. Hoard, lcr moailli, fti rr week, klai per day, ia 80. Children nnd-r twelv yar and servant, half price. rliHMMHl rates to Urf families. Kicursi.m ticket via Memphis aad Loui ville railroad, from Memphis to llurn Sta tion and return (distance two hundred miles), twelve ilollara. Comfortable conveyance at llurn'i Station fur the Springs, immediately upon the arrival of train, bleeping oar "'Train.' leave Momphi tS:2S.m. "'; p.m.. and arrive at burn' fetation at J:J0 p.m. and 2:.'i0a.iu. ir further inform.t-on.d,ir...NsoN Bon Aqua Sprinft. via Uurn'i SUtion.Tenn. MO NT VALE SPRINGS. r HH IS FAVORITE SUMMER REPORT.SIT 1 uated in lilount county, Kant Tennessee, will bo opened for the reception of visitors on the 1Mb of May, 1S7II. and maintained in a lyle worthy the patronareof a discriminating tiublin. '1'ho marked beneficial remit attend ing the use of then water in functional de rail geiiient of the Liver. Bowel;. Kidneyi and Hkin, and the cure of chronio diseases, attest their medical properties. All the atoerSorie for enjoyment and recreation at the best wa tering places will be found here. Special at tention will be given to the comfort and im provement of invalid. Vii tor to Montvale necossarily pan over the Kast Tennessee. Virginia and Georgia r-ilroad, making the city of knoxTille. Ten LiH, a point: thonco via hnoxville and iiai'leton railroad to Maryville. sixteen inileK. whence passengers are conveyed in Sail .'tag", running m conr.ee on , with th. ju?o UckeCi can ba obtained at all promi nent point, BOARD: Pr day, , ,? Per month. May and June..................... 5 00 Per month: July. AuguH and ' Ptembw M 00 Children under ten yearn of uk and colored f ervant. half price. u. . i 0 . .. . - .1,;- .... In ffntnnr- We nave oeen wnunw (nr a tore of clear ice. o that guest may be lully upplied. Addre;. for the pamublat Jsfe "Jk "al,8,;.vs?dL m wfr. tha e! Ji Montvale Spring. East Tennemee. MONTGOMERY WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, VA. miua DELIOHTFUIi WATERING PLACE L will bo !" fr h? reception of visitor n the FIHHX DA V Of JUNK NEXT. Vxten.ive addition, of new furniture have een added, and the proprietors are making "very arrangement for the eomturt and conve "'fhta ithe'mo't beautiful and .gtewjvely improved of all the numerou. wat ,rlni ; plaoa in the mountain of Virginia. All the uual ripp iance. tor the comfort and amuwment of 'niguesU are provided, and Exore. fickot. Fo't and Telegraph Olliees are found here. The Bar will be i wndor the management of T horn ton A . A tk inon , and will b. .uppl.ed with the best of liiiuors. IIO TUNNED, on th Va. and Tena. division of the A. M. and I). R. K. is the station At which you Uk. The car for the 6..rings-distit IX mile. Round tri tickets can be procured at all the nrincipal town and cities. P C. A Colhhuic. for twelve year, th Bps -dent Partner of tho Allegheny fcprlngi, mW assume the management, and he tenSers to his old patron, a cordial welcome, and pledge. I s effort to render their ty pleasant. We Sropoie To have none but the ponencei servants, and supplies of .yeri, no tion will Be seiootea iro... "7 "-?"" ,nT' and city atlora. it is me i- ,)roi)rioU.rs to so iinprova tbu property a to make it tne XeadlDK Wt.rlg Pl J" MnnulAlus of triEin. It many natural attraction can be o la ,,rovJ and ornamented a to render tbu com paratively an easy task. i.-j We employ none but the most experienced servants and eur upplie of every descrip "n will be selected from the best th. country and cities aftord. . meJS TBRM8-M pcr day: 116 per week : ISO per monin; ior mo inuuiu u. --. - ----. iron under ten and ovar two year old and 8ervants nagprjo. fc Proprietor. Clerks: C. M. Obenchatn. Wm.Wadaond Win. V. Rose, M'm - PERFUME. Imperishable Fragrance. 1 MURRAY . Ac LANMAN'S CELEBRATED Florida Water, The richest, malasting, yet most delicaU . of all perfumes, for use on th HAHKKKHIEP, At tb.TOII.FT. A aid IB th BATH. which none is gonu.ne. f or saie oy an pr inawi, druggist and dealr in fancy go..d.. it.' .mo-xvi'M RAILROAD. PACUCAII & MEMPHIS Opi lor rrlt al Paiwai TraMe ttotwy Jalenipaila d ral". OV ASP AFIKR HUM"' ,r-.. , jfia r.,n. will he i rm. daily l-x". ariaaeai i(aa' Coringlin 7-Ona.ai in :ua a.aa Ame at at.inphu iT, Bfmrhi. .... Arrive atvingU.... 4 00 7 - As the imitations and eountorfeit. always uk for Florida WaU-r which has Tbe bottle, on 1b- label, and on th. pamphlet, l..t MiikJia V Jk LAN MAN. without J. V. w 11.1 I K. .-erT'dBU . v. MnulT. I. en I I"fc'A,t-wn1M i..phisJau2..1'ST.' PUBLIC Or- . it , . i - i City Ofieial Journal. LAllOEST CITY OUlOTTLATIOy. riftcen Cents Per Week VOL. XVI. MEMPHIS, TENK: TUESDAY EVENING. AUGUST -26. 1873 NoTl PUBLIC LEDGE It. 311! E PUBLIC LKDURR IS PUHLIMir-" every altornoon (exoept Sunday) at lo. W sdi.on lr.et. ..it Th. Puai.ni Lioo Is eerred to city suhscr . ber. by faiihful oarrier. at FlKTKhS th.N I'tR WKKk. payable weekly to iu.wn.ri. By mail (in advance)! On. year. M; ix month. Ml thr. month. V: on month, ft cent.. , . . A.wadlrlpplld aiJo.nia p.r vi. Weekly Public Ledger, P..MI.I...I av.r Tuesday at 13 per annum (in advaace) eluha af Ire or mora, tl f. Communication, uiion .uujnrii ui p.t.i Interwt to the publlo are at all time accept able. . . , Kal acted manaacrlpu will hot d. r.uurn.u. RATES OF ADVERTISINd IN DAILY I r lrst Insertion II 0 parmuara vubMquent tnaertion ,, For on. week - S For tw. woeks..........-...-.. 4 fiO J 1 For three we.k.. J 00 M For on. month 7 o0 RATES OK ADVERTISING JN WEEKLYi Flnt lnerllon tl 00 per quar oubi.quent in.ertlons &0 Eight line of nonpareil, (olid, constitute a ouare. ... , . . Displayed advertisement will b. charged according to th. kac occupied, at abov. rate there being twelv. line of olid type to the inch. Notice, in local eolumn Inserted for twenty ont per line for each insertion. riecial notices interred mr ien conn vi u" for each Insertion. t ..i---t!.a-. w ofTi,p .nnerior In ducements, both aa to rata of charge and uanner of displaying their tavors. Notice of death and mamagei, twenty cent per line. All bid for advertising are due when con tracted and payable on demand. All letters, whether upon ousines or ether wise, must b. addreased to K. WHITMOEK, Publisher and Proprietor. , SIR SAMUEL BAKER. . Total Mlaapprcihenafow, Ilia Expo ..... k Valla.. From th New York Sun, August 20.1 A prominent military officer of the Egyptian government, who is a native of uA IT;taJ flioiai anil ia nnv rpviaitinff tUO UBW. fcJ.M-n, this country, being on furlough, was re- 1 . ' . . ,n 1A quegtea oy a oun repuricr iu icu i"o tacU in relation to the famous expedi tion which Sir Samuel Baker undertook for the Khedive. The gentleman said that there had been a total misappre hension of the facts of the case through out the world, and that by the 6rst of next January an oflicial report of the expedition would be published, which would make it apparent that Sir Samuel Baker had failed to accomplish any important thing which he was sent to do. The story of the expedition, accord ing to his statement, is as follows: In 1809 the Khedive at his own personal expense fitted out a party of 1 GOO soldiers and about as many attendants, and placed Sir Samuel Baker in command at a salary of 10,000 per annum. The subordinate officers were mostly foreign ers who had entered the service of the Khedive. The objects of the expedi tion were the abolition of slavery in the provinces lying between Gondokero and the lakes Albert and Victoria Nyanjsa, and the launching upon these lakes of three iron-clad steamers which were car ried in -sections. Everything which it was thoneht might be needed was sup plied in profusion, and a contract for three years was made with Sir Samuel. A start was made, and until Gondo koro was reached all went smoother. Here Sir Samuel was advised by all who were acquainted with the country to de viate from bis intended routine, as it was extremely perilous for bim to at tempt to go, as proposed, straight up a branch of the White Nile. With char acteristic obstinacy, however, he refused to change his route, and set his soldiers at work cutting the reeds in the river to ope a channel. Great numbers of the soldiers dted Jiere from the attacks of a kind of insect'whiui, when it bites de positcs an egg under the skin, irom thiseKg grows a worm as large round as a man's Cnger, and six or eight inches in length. When this worm comes out he leaves a hole reaohiug to the bone. The force was reduced to less than two hundred and sixty, large numbers of the officers, iocjuding the doctor, dying here, and Sir Samuel had to wait for re inforcements. On their arrival, instead of trying to abolish slavery fee pro vinces mentioned, he attempted to make slaves of th Pfttives who relused to aid him in carrying his heavy freight, fle abandoned one of tup steamers and pushed on, but was not successful in his endeavors to reach tho lakes, although be had reached them on bis former ex pedition. , In April. 1872, np to which time i he had incurred an expense to the Khedive ofoer 416,000, he asked for and re ceived furtir reinforcements, his com mand having again fceen reduced to less than two hundred soldier, o0"1" the arf.ral of the reinforcements h felj back, having accomplished nothing that, be went to do, and, ta order to cover his deteftf, he promulgated a theory about Lake AlUrt flowing into the White fcile, , which i Couai-Lerfd in Egypt to bear rant nonsense. fl alio wrote letter, to a member of the royal in fcng-. land, in which he lays tie blame b7 , on the Egyptian government, which ne accuses of trying to binder him in van-; ous ways. This our informant stigmatises as false and basely ungrateful. A Spanish lady's fan has a lanjusce of it own, which her eyes are said to in terpret. As the fans are held, pr waved or shaped, they tell ns whether a lady is married or single, a widow, or not dnia dined t marry, willing to flirt, senti mental or practical, for what quality she esteems you, and upon what she prides herself. Flowers have also a mute ex pression, which we are, in this latter aee, too prosaic and unroasajia.e to use. The French women of the Kepoblie em plop jewelry to symbolize sentiment. Perhaps it is a recommendation that it has none of the aioplirity of the cus toms of older times and oii.cr rations with less jaded tastes. A ring wora i-f a lady, whea ornamented with pearl mwA - - -m., . k.J heart. A tirdian knot in (.lain gdi, worn by a g-enUalPan, is an auvcrueroirni .v wife; if OU ih finger of a lady, lor a hnsk.od. A ioU, of the sincerity of a lover s Intentions u fM$ in the figure , l.. ;k a urivoujua lewdl ID Its oi a in.", '- - r -- -- .- head. Good Uut and the atane ot .u.uicion are signmea py two .u .. joined toe'thtr. wrought in simple gU; A lady with aa lonive assortment o. rines thus relieve" terulf of much em brraing explanation. A young lady at Ulayette, Ind . .nn all ihe popular aong while fat ale-p, and knows aolhiag aboat iu Th. Death r Adam. From th O.rraan of Herder.l Adam was nine hundred and thirty years old whon he fell within hiin the sentence of his judge, "thou abalt die." " Let all my soaa come before me," said he to weeping Eve, " that I may yet again see them and bless them." And they carae at their father's word, and stood btilore him, many hundred in num ber, and prayed for bis life. " Who from among you." said Adam, "will goto the holy mountain? l'er hups he may find mercy for me, and bring me the fruit of the Tree of Life." Immediately all his sons olTVred them selves to do his will, and Seth, the holi est of all, was chosen by his father for the message. ilia head sprinkled with ashes, he has tened forth, and lingered not until be stood before the gate of Paradise. " Let my father find mercy, O thou merciful One (thus, prayed he), and send him fruit from the tree of life." Straightway a glittering cherub stood before him; but instead of the fruit from the tree of life, he held in his hand a twig with three leaves. " Bear this to thy futher," sa d the cherub, gently, " as his last consolation here; eternal life dwells not on earth. But hasten back; his hour is come." Seth hastened back, and threw him self down before his father, and said: " No fruit from the Tree of Life I bring thee, father; this twig alone has the angel given me as thy last consolation here." The dying man took the twig, and was glad, lie smelt upon it the odor of Paradise; his soul was li''tod up. " My children, said he, "etefnallife dwells not for us on earth; and ye shall follow after me. But on these leaves I breathe the fragrance of another world new life, new strencth." His age failed his spirit fled away. The children of Adam buried their father, and thirty days they wept for him; but Seth wept not. He planted the twig at the head of his father's grave, aud called it the twig of the new life, of the awakening up from the sleep of death. The little twig became a lofty tree, and many of Adam's children grew stronger therefrom in the faith of another life. And thus .t descended to succeeding eenerations. Fair blossomed it iu Da vid's garden, until his infatuated son began to doubt of immorality. Then the twig withered away; but its blossoms were scattered among other nations. And when upon a branch from this tree the restorer of immortality gave np his holy life, the sweet fragrance of the new life was wafted far and wide among all nations. A Woman's Write. Some editor who has been victimized writes as follows: "We shall never en gage another woman to report gentle men's fashions for. this paper. We might have known she would ignomini ously fail; but she said gentlemeB re ported ladies' fashions, and she couldn't see why a woman shouldn't write up the masculine modes. We couldn't see either, so we gave her a carte-blanche to go ahead. And such a fashion article! Here is a specimen of the ridiculous stuff: A recherche spring overcoat for promenade has pretlv ribbed stripes, with three ruflles on the tail festooned with tassels, single breasted collar, and rolling flaps on the pannier. A lovely dress coat has three buttons and pockets in the rear, box pleated on the hips, three-ply guipure lace on the narrative, gored in a bunch and cut bouffant. Vest buttons up in front, same as last year, and have pockets, with imperial polon aise up the bad-, and oxidized buttons in double rows on the collars, with tab fronts. The tab is cut tight at the knee, and opens in front or behind, as may be preferred, with pcrceal bosom, trimmed passementerie; four rows of Magenta braid around the skirt, with hood at back, bound with, galloon to match. Much depends on the panta loons. A gentleman's dress is very in complete without trousers. These are of some Bubcjued color, as London smoke, and should bave monise with fhe the the neck ribbon. They are cut bias in both legs, with deep frills to fall oyer the instep; the waist is gar nished with a broad band of batiste, with ecru facings, and buttons to match; the --; but this is enough. Any one but a Sandwich Islander will see at a glance that these fashions are frightfully mixed. Whe ever heard of trousers be ing cut bias in the legs, deep frills fall ing over the instep, with a broad band of batiste whatever that may be and ecru facings and things? Rather than wear pantaloons built in that way we would go without, and incase our limbs In ty'Q geotions of stovepipe." - . ... r Ban Joan-A Peculiar ( Mr. A San' Francisco Chronicle corres pondent has been interviewing the vil lage of San Juan, iu our newly acquired island possessions of that name. He gives his impression: " At the place of landing we found one street with about twelve houses and only one family. The head of this family used one of these bosses for the eating department of a hoU.1, another for Ibe sleeping aparU ment. another for a billiard-room, another for a sheen pen, another for a grocery, another lot a barn, another for a saloon, another for a pcstolhce, anoth er for a chlpken-house, and another for his own residence; and as his family were all females, and be had to 'run the whole town all by himself, it was neces sary for bim to lock np one ' institution while he transacted businens at another. When I informed bim that I was a Chronicle correspondent, who came to write up the place, be immediately threw open the whole town to my in spection, ao tendered me the freedom of the city. He place a !n the sleeping honse, hung my ovctctiat m the postollice, took me to the saloon for a wash, conducted me elsewhere for my upper, aai foon had me thoroughly distributed tkrougn U .'..;," of the Chicago TyP0SrPDlc'' Union: Misses Ixio and f lora llarg, anpy Hinden, H. M. Hoag. Mary A. Baker, Pbos pinsrnore, Alice Whittier, Mrs. R,.U Mr. ' C W.kk.:d. T!: rl four namtd are employed on the Tribune, and M se umsraore ana n outier ana !rt. Wakefield on the Intrr-Oreaa. Miss baker was the first lady to joia a Typographical Union, of which the has ever since remained a member. An Anovalale of Napoleon 111. A gossipy book just published in Lon don, eutitlfd " Court and Social Life in Frunce under Nanoleon III." has an an ecdote of the late Emperor, which, if true, is very much to bis credit. While Napoleon was in London, " waiting his deHiiny," lie was watched by French di plomatic detectives. Three of these ele vutcd gentlemen so far imposed upon Ibe exile that be invited them to dinner, asking some of his English friends to meet them. After dinner the subject of horses came up, and the conversation resulted in the purchase of a horse by one of the Fret.chinen from an English officer. The horse was sent to the place designated, but the English gentleman did not get his money. Prince Napo leon beard of the transaction after a few days, and immediately sent to the Eng lishman a check for the price, saying that no English gentleman should sell a horse at bis tablo and not be paid for it. "There were swindlers," ho said, "in all countries; but, if they made their way into good society, tho hosts which tbey deceived must see that their other guests did not suffer." Electrical Cnrreate. Mr. Sabine, in the Telegraphic Jour nal, assumes that the time required by a wave to charge a cable, and the retardi nation on the time required for a wave passing from one end to the other to reach a given amplitude are identical. Mr. Varley, another high authority in such matters, is of opinion that the electric current commences flowing out of one end of a cable at the very in stant the contract is made with the bat tery at the other end, but that it is a considerable time before it reaches au appreciable strength; that it then goes on augmenting In strength, never abso lutely at its maximum force. Mr. Sa bine suggests that the velocity of elec tricity is the same in all conductors, and very great, but that the resistance and induction of the circuit combine to pre vent the wave reaching an appreciable strength for some time after it has com menced to flow out. The Germans evacuated Nancy early on the morning of August 1st. Two muutes after the rear guard had marched out tri-colored flags begun to appear in the streets. Tho dogs were ornamented with tri-colored ribbons. The day was observed as a holfUuy, and the theater was opened for the first time since the commencement of the war in 1870. HOTEL. ANTHONY HOUSE LINDLEY & WHIPPS, PROPRIETORS. LITTLE HOCK, ARK. THIS HOTEL IS NEWLY FURNISHED throughout. Tho table will be found in ferior to none in the Eastern oitio. Persons visiting Little Honk nnn have their baggage checked to the ANTHONY, on application to the baggairo master on train. r We employ no runners. This is tho only firt-olass House in th Ptnto. 3-t SAPOLIO. ENOCH MOKGAN'S SONS' SAPOLIO Is a substitute for Soap, for all Household iiurposus, except washing cl.thes. SAPOLIO for Cleaning your House will save the labor of one oloaner. Ulve it a trial. SAPOLIO fnr Window is better thun Whiting or Water. No removing curtains or carpets. SAPOLIO cleans Paint-nnd Wood, in faot the entire house hotter than Soap. No slopping. Saws labor. You can't afford to be with out it. SAPOLIO for Scouring Knives is better and cleaner than JSath Brick. Will not scratch. SAPOLIO Is better than 8oap and Sand for polishing Tinware, frightens without scratching. SAPOLIO Polishes Brass and Copper utensil bet tor than Acid or Oil and Kottan Stone. SAPOLIO for W asking1 Ditthos and Glassware is in valuable Cheaper than Soap. SAPOLIO removes Stains from Marble Mantels, Ta ble and 8tntuarv, from Hard-finished Walls, and from China and Porcelain. SAPOLIO removes Stains and Urease from Carpets and other wovan fabric. There article knowa that will ale so maajr kinds of igarax da II well as Hapollo. Try It. HAND H 1 O r, I O a new and wonderfully effective Toi let Soap, having no euual in, thi country or abroad. as an ariici for th Bath, " reaches the toondaiion" of ail dirt, opens Ihe Korea and gives a healthy action and rilliant tint to the skin. HAND S A. I O 1 I O Cleanses and Beautifies th Skin. in stantly removing any stain or blem ish from both hands and face. II AND tS AP O I I O t without a rival in the world for curina or prTntinir rourhn!fl and rbappinr ot either pnu r life. RAJi'i) H A- T O I- J ? remotes Tar. fitch. Iron or Ink renins and ()ria; for worker In MsrhinSh p. Vines, etc., is invnl aablc. For making the Skin H hite and Soft, and giving to it a ' bloom of beauty," it i u-urj as.-ed by any J-oiiaetjr tSQg-n. I1AND H A J O L I O . eoits to 15 rent per eak. and everybody should have it. ui wi! hte'u. Don't fail to Try these Qoods. Hay II r x"r aacrrbaal If fc II e fll prefartll lra. Ifaa'i I b rat writ laraar rsmpall, fail viMtjl aasMll,"asl II will freaiallfw fr. r.xocn MORGivs so, rtlli FLACE, " T. lH4-dw LEDGER CHEAP READING. A 36-Column Journal The Weekly' PUBLIC LEDGER! ruBi.iiinr.D kvert TUESDAY M0KNING, - AT . r" , . M;. -i ( $2 Tor Annum ! THE BEST NEWS. LITERARY, Miscollaneous Journal Jn TenneMee Terms ot HuljerIptlon $2 per Annum, Invariably in Advanoi V Specimen eopia mailed fra. Hates of Advertlalna tl 0 par Imra lor Tint Iaaartioi. 10 " lack ItbMCiaat IiMrtUm. All evKWiaitatioai h!i 4- to E. WHIT0RE,Pmbllik.rao Trop It Mllaoa t.(llapklo. PIEDMONT AND ARLINGTON OF IlICUHOXl), VA. VT. V. f-AKRINUTOJV, I'roalitrnt. Ik. J. II.IRTNilOU, Kccrelary. ARHfU anil iBTOBlniPiit orrr $2,500,000. Namt r or Policies over 17,000. DIVIDENDS DKCLARKD ANNUALLY. PLAN MUTUAL. ALL CASH. HllArVCir (IFKJCK, 5 1-3 MA1JIWOIV HT MJ3MIMIIH. ' O. L. DKNNISOK. President. '- J. K. DILLARD, Secretary. J. J. BUSBY and J. A. LUWDKN, Vic President. TKCRTKENt O. I,. Penntson. A. M. Stephens. J. J. Dnsby, U.V.Kambaut. John Johnson, J.N. War, Hllrnl Kxanilnrra-O. B. THORNTON, M. D., K. J. FREEMAN, M. D. M. B. TREZEVANT, CuogBgi.U)8. , DILLtAltl) Ac 8POTSWOOD, General Acrenta. U-t : ; ; Advertise iu the HOLLY SPIHNGS REPORTER ! T Best Advertising Medium in North Mississippi. ADVERTISEMENTS PROMPTLY INSERTED. ADDRESS " 'AI.IIU1 lIAI.I.Alf l, 64-t F.lllor and lrorlelor. Holly Kprluic, aflaa. . MEDICAL. J en o.Liaifc-A.. DT'KIXUTUK LAST TERRIBLE VISITA tinn in England, the preventive treatment of Dr. (ieo. Johnson (now the Senior Physician of the great King's College Uospital, in Lon don) was universally adopted by lb. fac ulty. Every family should have this prescription in the house. It can be prepared quickly - by any respecUible druggist, whon wanted. Do not apply to the notorious quitrks who advertise in the publio paiwrs. or imperil your health with their rem edies that profess to cure everything. COM MON si;ne should prevail. hit. 110YCK will mail this well-tried nro- cription to any addrexs, on receipt of a fee of ono Uuliar. fio. n lsronu si reel, new iorg (..nin 1. 12S-cnd 1M S.T-1860-X. p ,lr J' 1 gkH-rn J Ig PURELY A VEGETABLE PRHPABATTOJf, oompoedalmplyof wcil-known ROOTS, HERBS and FRUITS, oomlilnud with other propertiea, which in their nature aro CatuarUr, Aperient, Nutritious, liinretic, AlteratlTe and Anti-Bilious. The whole ia preserve! In a suffl. cieot quantity of spirit tsffrx th SiUOAH CAItEf to kwp thein 1 auy climate, which, soak th iUIilllxlllui- SITTERS one of the most desirnble Tntilcaond Ca. thartlca la Ui world. They an intended strictly aa a Temperance Bitters only to ne xtvA it a mcillclno, and alway ao eonlins o dirooticns. Tliey aro tV.o rhnct-a;:c!ior cf the icclile ana debilitated. They set unon a Aseawd liver, and atimumte to iu. f a L:,':i;o th-t a ho-alUiy a-lion Is ot onco brotjjhl Lb. ;:t. A'Js remly to which Women arc osr-ccinlly cubject it ia super, KHiiufr evorv ctt. r btii.iulaut. Ab a Mprlna; and Saju'mer Tonlo t!;e7 tavo no equal. They aro a uiild and oeritlo r'' ""''' 3 " w!-11 " Tonic. They purifv t!:o I 'O'J. 1 hey am a aplsndid Appetizer. T!-rr. uLothowealistrocjr, TUey purilv and inrisorata. T!: y cure Dja pupala. Coiistii al'oa ani! Headache. They acl as a epecijii In s!l r;e. iaof ilinnnlcra which wnilcrmlne ilir IkkIi! itrcnth acd break down liieanlnisl spirile. j&ATHAIRON Only 50 Cents per Dotlle, 1 prwrnatea thUJKOHTM, PHESERTI S tbct'OI.OK, and larrrasrs the Wuot and MtAl T V of Ike 1IAIK. Ott TwraTT Tn w ItoW KTwtwvt roa IH? Hiia trt rl.l in lb piam" r K 1 bnmu Lruo.a rradiui.ot ' nnf.K'M tv.llie Th nitme is denred frmi ' Kai hbo," tirnitfing tori-rt"-. r",yt,i'7'"7 , ,' ,.. Tu.lsrnr it brrrf knur II hmol.li.i.is nni.reelei.te.landi injr' U It .-r I ho ...TH ..I bf ITV"' 'J H.ra- ll a Vhtill.U It otdt'ea -j r VfiEn!s Ecrj is HerHair. 7 LYorrs Aatiiairqn la .... . ' ln.lmrT. It prvvont. to. t.r v. , , ll i.arm xtrk: .11 imrl. arnlg". tlf 'r n .h..il. . ,.io iivl tn urtT!'T an.l UI .L1TI a. it ww V" a v- irii r A.-. a'vTi. 1"" "J UjlZ'Z .Sly "r tlMi- rM rlrfi Paper! Paper! Paper C r ajli. Kiao- A. V. DU FONT tk CO. Haaafaotarari ai4WaolalIwala LoiIfTQIei Kentick Bay last tbov1 to thtli erw. U1 1 foar-itory wanbooM. No. 1M Main M.H Jt! . JftHW K. FfiW Aetna, Vlr FrM'l. J.J. IIUI'lalNN, Aaa'l Merretary. C. L.Anderson, Qen. Mtllersh, J. A. Loud 0. K. Prescott, J. K. Dillard, F.D.Barnu II E NEWSPAPERS. HEI.tNA, ARKA'SAS, Daily and Weekly World, BURNETT t BURKE, Prop's. A DEMOCRATIC. CO'jnSERVATIVK J. New.ipaper; the best advertising medium In tb State. An extensive circulation through all the rich cotton-growing counties. The) only Uallj- Paper that Pub. JINUe I'reoa Ktfrta tHilMlcie or l.UU Koi'k. That portion of the Stole of which Helena is the capital, the eastern part, surpasses all the others in point of progress, liusiness men of Meuipnis, nave a care: iook to tne trade oi Helena. Kefers to Johnston 4 Vance, II. Wade & Co., E. A. Honion, Hill, Terry Jt Mitchell. f t "RECORD," SEARCY, ARKANSAS, CIRCULATES AMONd ALL TIIR MER chants in the White and Red river v.il- Icr. Is the People's Organ. Memphis merchant will End this a rood medium to make their business knowu to th country merchants in that section particu larly. - Address ' . JACOB FKOI.lt H, JK., 2B-t " Henrry, Arkausns. " THE MEMPHIS PF.ESBYTERIANJ ' Rev. A. Shotwell, Editor. OITE A SIIOTTVELTs,' Prop's PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Office I 385 Main Street. wrTfrnu, tl BO per Aunnru. f THE INDEPENMNTSOUTH I'tibllshed at Holly Springs, Bliss, ll on of the Met Ailverllolngf M vtllnnia In North Btlaaiaalpitl. oar Memphis Merchant should not neglect to advertiso in this locajity. fi t The Oxford Falcon. PUBLISHED KVEIIY FRIDAY. OXFORD, MISS. S. M. Thompson, Editor and Prop'r. Tbe nanal alio lliialitesa rarila in. atrtctl three month lor SIO. OXFORD IS TUS EDUCATIONAL AND State University, Union Female I'olleire and u'urr ii-utH,!!., miiu a 1 do ins u . 1 1. "trie 1 mirt for the Northern District of .Mississippi, lo cated there. It is one of the lareest hipping points in North Missisxippi, and is a place ot ujuijmji I business activity. a.'-t To Memphis Merchniits. THE INDEPENDENT SOUTH, HOLLY SFBIXVW, .... MINsi. A SG-Colunin Jonrii.il. fpilR BE.T ADVERTTPIJftJ MEDII'M IN X liiorth Mississippi. Address S. W. i A. P. I I'-IIAW. 13-f Kditnrs and Proprietors. THE CHICOT TI3Ii:S BY CLYDE, (.0FFE & CO. Trrma el SnhtirripllAa, $i oq BfAr im Awlvitnc. THE TIMES I NOT TKK TKaST AUVF.K tiiinr TnJium undr th fun. but Miu phir trobit s4 il othr JiriDg u in -triw.O' ihrir ba-iDs to prorrvu (('. wnold do wi t) tn ia p thm-irh lU roluirjut. CirmlatieifcMir!T,n Ahly. brsill.i hi pot, Irw, l?h sn.i Linrtilo ct'itniif. A rk.. aa l ftvulivar tl -hinrt o man Mm. AHn- t'L ft, ijjH K k Cu., -t ' J'nttTtrtnm, N O ?APKR Hf MFMFHTS TS A PKTTIH ftiTi-iiB7 m.Jiur than 16 Woalvrak -lhlll. it bTio( w i la i th limit rf wliok Mirlf if tb rtT,Birvadil rrir a. Try irr eirr-ulmct. Thit f.i b hunva knl rr4i of fttl wh mf bwi nirr.ti. J o Jtr"Qt ftdtw-t.Hitf will pt. ir t Z Vft'a rt. mu vtAira. ta ton.i& witb is-wjla A tbi'v&K.