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HKMPHlfl A9D LOUIS VILLI RAILROAD, Arrive. iava A.M. P.. Kinross, except Sunday- Mill Train . freight and Aeooiutnoda- tiuu, em.pt Hunday Brownsville Aaeouiiiiod'n .. t.M. D.10 1.10 11.111 4.10 Deoot at haul of Mala sir. ll'ket Otttoa. 287 Main ilmi, orntr of Madison. MIJJHJflarPPI ASD TKNNR8SH R. H. , Amies. LutM. P.M. st.O. MallMaUr)..-.-. l a.v, r.w. l.UU 4.U. Vreivbl dally .1. Sunday) MO .4 fAA - U.I. . !'. 0-o, rt7 Main trt, Nrnr of M. BURKE, Qn'l Bap'U MIMPUI8 AND UTTLEROCK RAILROAD Arrival. Laav. a.m. P.M. Mull Train daily (eioept , Sunday! -..A - ' ' Pramhtand Acaoimdu-. . ; tlontexoenlHuoday)..... 6.5ft t.M. P.M. - 6.15 Bleeping ears an mall train. Depot Landing, foot of Washington street. Ticket oflioas, 287 (nor. Madisynl and 27 Main !. A. IS. LIVHRMUHK, tlen. Sup t. PADUCAH AND M KM PHIS RAILROAD. Mail and Praitatlmla !...-.. 0"-- .... arrival lOiu&a.m Tha mall and frlghl train leave Covington for Memphis at T a.m. and returns to loving, ton at 73 p.m. .Trains leaving Memphis will tart from the Underwriters' erehouse. ' 1. W. WILBUR. Ueu'l bup't. MEMPHIS AND RALEIBU RAILROAD. Daily Traini (exoept Sunday) Leave Mam phis at a.m., i.lop.m. and 4.10 p.m. Leava Raleigh at7.30a.tn., 2.00 p.m. and .) p.m. Fare for round trip, HO conU. Ticket! for ale at 2X7 Waia ("r. ladion). depat omot, anrl at KalelffQ. Miiii v , an, a ii .1 AM Srv.ii, Urn I Ticket An pnt. RAILROADS. Memphis & Little Rock Railway. Winter Schedule. "COMMENCING DECEMBER . WW. US V til further notice, train! will leave Mem phis aa follow!, city time: Mail train daily, eioept Sunday.....i:uO .m Freight and Accommodation daily. xcept Sunday- 6:18 p.m Pullman Palace Can on mall train. , Direct connection with traini on Cairo and Fulton and Little Kock and 1'ort bitiith rail- TOnfji direct rout to all point! in Arkansas and Texas. ... ..-i, For information and ticket! rail at Main (treat, or at th depot, uenyr un m ni i K i rvtUMIIRR. General Superintendent. '1UJ 84-113 LOUISVILLE AND NASH Villi Great Southern Railroad. HCHKDULK. Express Train leave! daily (Bundaj , excepted) ................. 6:Ji a.m Freight and Accommodation Train leaves daily. Sunday! exoepted...... 6:10 '.in MaU Train leaves daily ...........1:10 p.ia Brownsville Aooommodation leaves daily (Sunday! excepted) 4 :10 p.m arNo change of can by thi line for Lo ili Tille, St. Louis or Nanhville. Pullman 1'alnca ilrepinir-cari on all niht traini. For Ticket! or information apply at - -1 T'.ket Office, 287 Main, eor. Madison. JOnN T. FLYNN. Hup't Momphii Di . Jam its Spxfd. Ticket Agent. -t Mississippi & Tennessee R. tt. ON AND AFTER STJNDAT. NOV. 9, 1873, Traini will run aa follewi: I.XiVl. AKR17X. New Orleani Mall. daily...l :00 p.m. 2 :' 0 p in Exprasi, daily ..... 4:15 p.m. ;5ti a.m Trains on this road make cloie connection at Grenada with Missiwrippi Centrjl railroad tor all points North and South; at Memphii with the Memphisaud Louisville line for all points orth and East, and with the Memphii and Little Rock railway for all pointsjn Arkansas and the West. -Only direct roufc to Canton, Jackson.Vicksburg. Now Orloani and Mobile. Tickets on sale at 287 Main street, corner of Madison, and at the Depot. SAPOLIO. ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS' SAPOLIO is a substitute for Soap for all Household purposes, except washing clothes. SAPOLIO for Cleaning your Hanse will save the labor of one cleaner. Giva it a trial. SAPOLI O for Window! is hotter than Whiting or Water. No removing curtains or carpets. SAPOLIO C loans Paint and Wood, in fact the entire hoiise, better than Snap. No slopping. Bnvew labor, x'ou can't afford tab with out it. S A P.O L -E O for Scouring Knives Is better and cleaner than Bnth Brick. Will not scratch. SAPOLIO is better than Soap and Sand for polishing Tinware. Brightens without scratching. - .SAPOLIO;. 1 lishes Brass and Coflper ntansils bet- ter i v han AiiiI a, llil ami Kntun ntana. SAPOLIO SAPOLIO removesPtains from E.t rb le M an t ol 8 . T bles and r-tstuary.from Hard-finished Walli, and from China a.nd Porcelain. .SAPOLIO, remove! Stains and Urease from CarpeU nd other woven fabrics. - Ttiere la bo on article known thnt WIH 4 So many kinds or work aad a9 it mm wll as Sollo. Try It HAND SAPOLIO a new and wonderfully effectiva Toi let Soap, having no equal in this eountry or abroad. UAN17 & A. P O L. I O - t n article for the Bath. " roachei th foundation" of all dirt, opens the Jirej and gives a healthy action and brilliant tint to the skin. - : HtUD SATO L I O Cleanses and Beauti6es the bkm. In itantly removing any stain or olem , Ish frnwhoth hands and fate. FakiThIv potji p Is without a rival in the world for euriag or preventing muchness ana chai'ping of eitaorhands or fae. 5ax"s I O L. i o amoves Tar. Titck. Iron or Ink J.ble. For making the tkinWlnw "t 1 Soft, and gi ing ta it a kleem 1 to 15 cents par cake, and . 1 .1 I J I .. Mill like a - rvt fTto Try these Goods. ... f r anoroknntirko koo srwlllP',,r," "" alt- At. fr ' OCH MORGAN'S SONS. p City OOolal Jonrnal. VOL.XVII. PUBLICLEDGH1L rnnB public lkuukr is publihhkd 1 every atWaoon (except Handayl.'at No. 13 Maaison street. The Htm ir Lidok is served tocltvsuh.cri bers by fnitl.ful carriers at KIKTKKN t'KNTS (UK WKKii, payable weekly to the earners. By Ball (in advance): One year, fS; sli montlis, 4 1 (lira months, t2 on month, i&oanu. - i Newsdealers luppliad at cents per copy. Weekly Public Ledger, Published every Tuesday at 12 per annum (in advaaoe) clubs af Ave or more, f 1 60. Communications uuon subiacts of general Interest to the public an at all times aocept- aoie. - . Rejected manuscripts will MOT be returned RATES OF ADVERTISING IN DAILY j First lnsertlon........M,..M.-tl 09 PJ iquara ulseiuint iDMrtions. For one week ....... ? " For two weeks 4 60 " " For three week 00 " " For one month 7 60 " " RATES OK ADVERTISING IN WEEKLY! First Insertion 11 00 per son are Subsequent insertion!..... 60 ' ' Kigbt lines of nonpareil, lona, conitituio a iquare. iiiunlttMil advertisements will be charred according to the nrA' occupiod, at above rates thoro being twelve lines of solid t.'ps to the Inch. To regular advertiseri we oner superior in ducemenu, both as to rate of charges and Manner ol displaying ineir lavora. Notices in local column inserted for twenty cents per line for each insertion. riiiofiul notices inierted for ton cent! por line for each insertion. Notices of death! and marriages, twenty ceuts per Una. All bids for advertising are due when con tracted and payable on demand. All letters, whether unon ounnesi or other, wiie, must ba addressed to ' ' : E. WniTMOBE, Publiiiber and Proprietor. TO THE PUBLIC! A Short Homily on the Teeth, T DR. 8. HINS03, Dentist, Ho. JUS lecond St., Irwlnc Block, : . . MEMPHIS, TENN. . i ........ J '. ' BAVK TOOB TEKTD. ' ' T. ta XnAnaA trnism tbnt. tbrtBA Wnn b-a Uaaa4 witli ttiiA tflflt h RrA I'amlv aver sick. It would be mi-prising to many it we coma state in aeiau tin me ills which bad teeth entail opon the tinman familir Thnn savA VAur tceth-3- early attention to them will keep you in good nealtn. tsj neglecting your teem other part of your system become dis- .annd Knn(th Tmnat.hr. anrl thia SV m - patby is 'produced through the medium of ergamc impressions. I hope to be able to condense a few facts, which if properly noted will benefit every one; and of course I am not without the hope - of fee. or reward And whilst I have for many years, and at present enjoy a good degree ot the patronage oi tne gooa cit izens of Memphis fend vicinity, yet if I l.v tinnoal affnrt and faithful BAPvinA commend myself to you to a grateful extent, ana inereoj increase uj ueoiui ness, th alarming extent to which the tAAth are tend ing is the incentive whichjprompts me to issue this circular paper, noping to oen- n, .nmQ nna woll AS mvaplf. The SUI WUV, H. " V J manner in which some good meaning people go about having theirs and their children's as well as the teeth of those dependent npon them treated, ii often a source of ill rather than a beueqt. The services of a dentist is frequently se cured from personal considerations rather than from known skill, experi ence or ability. Approach your dentist on the score of skill and ability, and the result in the future will be fruitiul. A Ma Annranifttivo lpffAPV POuld nOt be bequeathed to the young than a regu lar, sound and healthy set of teeth, with tYia lmniolpHiTA nf hnw to u&pa for them. Early attention to your tooth will insure comforts, blessings, Denim ana unioia enjoyments throughout your life on eartn. . TSETHINO OP CHILDREN. . The first teeth ceme through the gams .Uiit I,, fnllnwincr nrflor Th.A firHt ! olmut 'ha oivth month of ftire. and AMAMnA rt mm .rttk ft Aanh mnnt.h All ..riojn vi kuuu v - thereafter until twenty teeth have made their appearance in me jaws-rien in iue lower and ten in the upper jaws re spectively. It is a noticeable fact thnt children s teem are never crowueu iue n.Aaa.i nl tVio linn anrl tntiffUA. hv their constant action against them, will bring them into tne proper piaue, even nuu regular. If there is sullicient room, na ture will do her work well. - VALUE OF NATURAL TEETH. T wmiM like to establish the value of the natural teeth, and if parents and those who have the control ot children would but take the pains to impress their minds with the fact that the nat ural teeth are very . valuable, the work necessary to preserve them through life n..l,t V,. half annrtmu)iflhnV Th.A trUA value of our natural teeth have been too little considered by the- masses, ine first tooth that makes its appearance 13 of quite b much value in the econorry of nature as any other subsequent loom. An early loss of the teeth produces con traction of the jaws, and thereby robs the " human lace divine " 81 that rotun dity of beauty which " nature's God " with. The question then Arises, how can the teeth be retained in tne jaws r ine nm zwp I. imnnp aa a n 11 Jolt 1 nn itt Irt pIpAnilA perfectly all the surfaces of the teeth at staieu perioos, oeginuinK in tuyu hood and ending only with this life. W . ,1ia .AotK kjuinma Aimm at A Kv rlA- cay or other causes, have it corrected at once, and make 11 a pan ot your (just ness in life to have yonr teeth attended to ere it is too late. Caries, or decay ol the tooth, rank first in frequency and destructiveness. It has been the bane to human happiness, and is to common to our time and country, mat 11 is, maeea, seldom that we see any one of adult age who has escaped its ravages. Abe evil is upon ns, and we must meet it with the very best armament we have. It is to l. k-Art that iKa vaoI and tlrinri- UO iciuciuuvi - r bal sceience and art of dentistry is to r . . . .1 . 1 . n preserve to Cl loo naiurau urin. cay is occasionally found on the outside in the enamel, but in most cases it makes iu attack right under it. The poinu most liable to decay are the aprorimal edges between the teeth or the grinding surfaces, and the seeks near the gums. Decay commonly worts iu way toward the pulp or nerve of the tooth, and into it: this should neTer bo allowed. Xbe color of decay vanM mock, and often dt-coives thoae no fa miliar with its appearances it il of all shades, from a )t Hack to snowy BLIC MEMPHIS, TENN.: white, the while being the most rapid. lnxprino4 iwr.ou. nwaily always fipott to find dark sputa where there is decay, but tha truth is, the most danger ous decay may contain no coloring at all. I have many times known valuable teeth to be lost from this mistake. Teeth are generally sensitive when de cayed, but don't absolutely pain unless the nerve is nearlv exposed. I am not an advocate for tne extraction of the human teeth, nnless there is an absolute benefit to result from it. . Have the gums out in teething, and save your little innocents days and per harjs weeks of twin, and yourselves much anxiety and perhaps the life of one who will make your nouseaoia happy and joyful. The followiug are the unmistuken indications when lo cut the gums: "The child becomes inditfer enl, il worries, it is difficult to amuse, it becomes cross, it declines its customary amount of food, it requires an undue amount of attention, its sleep is dis turbed; thia condition of things is ordi narily of two or throe days' duration. When the culminative stage supervenes the worrying becomes almost constant, the petulance increases, the hands are tossed about, the flushed face is marked by lines indicative of trouble, food is almost completely declined, sleep is much broken, the night is passed by the parent or nurse in wakeful and anxious watching. The determination is then made to bring into requisition the ser vices of the physician the next day, but the next day the tooth is through, the child is better, and on the next it is as well as usual; four days of worry and suffering for the child, four days of troublcBorao care for the parent, and long nights of wakefulness aud watch ing for both all for the want of a touch of the luncet FLUUUINU OF TEETH. " 'And as to plugging teeth, the great im provements in the science and art of den tistry have rendered the operation com paratively easy as well as cheap, and the decay of the teeth can be stopped. This has been demonstrated beyond doubt, but it requires skill and painstaking on the part of the dentist. Many persons subject their gumB and teeth to eontinu ous irritation Irom the use of agents in the way of dentriticos, tooth-brushes and other applications which are deleterious. The use of charcoal will pit the gums with black spots about the neck of the teeth, and the manner in which tooth brushes ftre used will cause the gums to get loose, and in this way the integrity of the relation is soon destroyed. A torth-powder that will benefit must be as as near soluble as possible, and it is just as much our duty to try to ward off the ills of life in this direction as in any of the ailments which this earthly taber nacle of ours is heir to. Mothers should teach their children to rub and pick their teeth, not so much for the good it will do now, but to beget a habit which will cling to them through life, and ag an example to those with whom they asso ciate. I am frequently asked, "What is to be done with the temporary aching teeth?" The very best authors on the subject say do not pull them, but have them filled 0 th very first approach of deoay. A few days since a child of three years of age was presented to me, and upon 1 examination 1 found eight decays in bis teeth, and I plugged them. This was, of course, attended with some fretfulness on the part of the child; but with perseverance on our part succeeded in making some fillings that will pre serve tha teeth until the time arrives for them to be replaced by the permanent teeth, which will be from four to seven years. The teeth that make their ap pearance in the jaws at the age of six years are the first of the permanent teeth, and are frequently lost, from the fact that they are taken for the tempo rary teeth. With my long experience and knowledge on this subject, in my dental practice, I hope by superior efforts to be able to commend myself to your favorable consideration. , In conclusion, after a constant prac tice of more than twenty years, 1 aw clearly of opiniou that as much may be ac complished by a judicious use of prophy lactics as any remedial agents that can be used in thia day of advancement in dental soienoe and art. A proper use of firepared chalk in one direction and ime water and milk in another is per haps the best phrophylactio we have. KespecUulIy Submitted, . - S. II in son, Dentist. R. L. Watt, Assistant Dentist. 25 G second street, Memphis, ienn. The Caul is one of the most remark able existing evidences of the belief in a curative influence which, supposing it to be possessed at all, can only act through the imagination. Those who search through the columns of the Eng lish newspapers for curiosities will meet with advertisements such as the follow ine: "A child's caul for sale." "A child's caul to be disposed of; a well known preservative against drowning, etc.; price ten guineas. lo mari ners, etc.; to be sold a child caul, price fifteen guineas." " To bo sold, a child's caul; to save gentlemen trouble; orice thirty pounds." "A child's caul to be sold for fifteen pounds." Persons who know nothine of this subject may wonder what a child's caul may ba. This name ta eiven to a membrane which is sometimes found on the head of an infant at birth, nearly encompassing the head. It is a rare occurrence, and the rarity has led to great importance being attached to it. The child itself will be lucky; and the owner of the caul in alter years will be shielded from many troubles that effect his neighbors. The. superstition came from the East, wheve it had its origin in remote ages. Brilliant Black. A nrrtv A'mtr in V. Ttamnl an niitinn of a few drop of chloride of snlphur to 375 grains of aniline in a flask, with continued, careful stirring, produces, in from ten to fifteen minntrs, sometimes immediately, a red solid, which, when treated wttn ascetic acid and niterea, gives a red liquid that yields on evapo- tin. a KilliKt KlkAfe. bti k.f n aa Bnlll. ble in aacetie acid, ether and alcohoL Addition ot watar to it! solution in any of those produces a gray precipitate. All kiads of frnit arw owj aa inprive scale in California, including aerolite. One of these heavenly productions lately ratre whining down throncb the trs at Majiv lle with an impefss sufficient to bury it t cht fWt deep in the astoniaa-d gronad. It took aa hear to d g it a p, and even then it was ao art that it ean fire to tbe cart in which it was convey to lha town. f23 A6Hl6UtlfJJII 1( LAROEST CITY CIHCTJLATIOIir. FRIDAY EVENING. CIRCUS. -DAN-KICK'S CIRCUS WILL EXHIBIT AT Memphis, oil tho Blutls, Every Afternoon and Night THIS WEEK. GREAT RIVER SHOW AND School of Educated Horses. OLD DAN RICE IN THE RING, Introducing the ireat Blind Horse " Excelsior " At Kaoh Performance. Fifty Firgt-CIass Male and Fe male Performers. The Champion Artists OF THE ARENA. NOTICE. Tha Pavilion will be kept warm and comfortable with Patent Heat generators. EXPOSITION. XI 1 13 MEMPHIS EXPOSITION. Change of Programme Every Sight TIME OP CLOSING EXTENDED -to-. , ; m 'i Saturday, December 20, GRAND MASQUERADE BALL Tuesday,' Dcemler 2S.' 79-t REMOVAL. HUMES & POSTON, Attorneys-at-Jaw, ivv iviinven Tfl ROOMS 8 AND 10, Plauters Insurance Building, Madison .tfAA, DENTIST. G. H. HURD, I E,N T I T, JS-J :. .... Extracts Teeth without Pain WITH Nitrous Oxide Gas! DR. J. J. ROSS, ... ; SURGEON DENTIST Makes a specialty of Pilling. Treating and - Keguiaung me jjaiurai iwm, Removed to No. 265 Main Street. ?oV. jiUyX .Memphis, Tenn. Renidense, adjoining apartments. J. n.DAli son, mecoauicai "J",, MEDICAL. ' r. C uxtia on aianhof d . aeotit editios. KaviMd and Corrected by tlta Author. E.M T. CURTIS, M. D.. . A MEDICAL KSSAT el the oaos and care of Prematura Hecliae in Ma), abowmt how fcaalU ia lost end how regained I . It ivi elaarsyaopsisof the ImredwtS to Marriage. tb.tatn.atof Exhaasted Vit.litv. Nrous and Physieal P-bility. and ethet disease, ap- partaining thereto, ana MirB"u V ,"""1: the result of twenty years' snaoesstul piao- .btto A. r i Tt7rw"lT Thar fs o tnbwof aoci.ty by whom this book will be ffuad nsefnl. whether be H t-areni. pro- fne 40 oanu. b saaU. A.tdrw. th. aalhor, UIU v. ft-ti: !.. . T " HAIR DYE . TJatchelor' Hair Dvtv rTtHIS FPLEDTD H AIR ITI H 1 ' -E V b..t U tha world. Tb.nrilytrj an1-r-Irtdye. liarmle... r.h.Me a-J aa-aa: aa 0...1 r."intui.at: Tid.el-stit -r aaplat i'"Jxhl"'T of bd dT b4 wash. Ps '"""': atbi t a .up-rb aL.rt oa a.TtaAt aanwa. aa ..v-s U. ...r (-... " WaJija. Ie rBi-as.(a4 w. A. Pst'b.W. t;-M-IU- ?r-rr. . X LElHiEK DECEMBEIt 12. 1873 MUIIO. Ke.tnlslkilltl lu ltCiH. E. A. BENSON'S OLD AND Rr.l.lABLK WholesaleMusicHouse - And - PIAN0-F0KTE WAKEKOOXS, 317 Main Street, - in itw ornn- ar BENSON A CO.'S Piano from. JTSO to IVfl awsr VOSE A SONS' Piano from r0 to V r OAGLEE Piano from-..t00 to ItfO r BTKIN WAY A SON'8 PUnoW to 11250 aw MASON At HAMLIN Oi.ans.tl00 to 0 All warranted for Five Tears. Also Pianos tor Sulo oa Monthly rymenU. Old Piano taken In exohant e for new one. Together with tha largest stock of Sheet Masio and Musical Merchandise Ever brought to tha South. NOW 18 THE TIME TO BUT Country jMeronsnts. eonoois ana oerainari will please send in their orders, as I can til mem ai lkrb loan new xvra inr, iur vmm, or aeod city aoceptanoe at thirty, sixty or ninety unjs. mm- Piimoa Tnned and Repaired hy compe tent workmen. K. A. BENSON. ZH-t 117 Main trM, M-TU'hu. i-nn. PRESENTS. $5000 TO BE GIVEN AWAY. TIIK LOUI8VILI E Weekly Courier-Journal. V FIRST. LAN Family, Iswi, Politioal and Commercial Paper, na tional in iu aim, reputation and circulation. In addition to itsooal quantity and variiity of and KOVKLET TKd, and commencing wi tb its . r T . u- O ;il -W .u, ,rA IM U B OI A' Ul." lli ' . ' 1 , ,i,t VAVU WWWA, year or longer publish a series of LECTURES ON BIBLE HISTORY, dolivered by Rev. Dr. STTTART ROBINSON, rev sed by himseii expressiv ior mis Pi,rv On the 1st of January, 1874, the publishers will distribute $5,000 IN PRESENTS among its subscribers. All who wish to avail themfelvel of the opportunity of securing a ift worth several hunorea aouars emu uu v Bonding in tboir subscription! prior to that time. ... j i,reat inducements to mbscriberi and agents- . ... Circular!, wnn iuii panuui, yowm - specimen copio; rent ?ratia ion application. Aduress vuuiuoi"iuiji... v , 5.t LonipviU. Kcntnrky. 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Bl.br.l.d awdl ..I profM.or. of tbi. country .od lurop., .Dd c.n b wb- hnworka. Olbea and pnrlori. H N. kujBlk nna.1. bmwm. Alark.1 and tnoi, Hi. Ltw. U: daw OFFICIAL. Ward Registration Notice Matos's Offici. Citt Hai.U 1 Mkmphis. Ts!K., November 2i, l7i. ww nnri n THiAtfT TN ACCORDANCfi Willi inn,, riw. x 1 sions of tbe city charter, requiring voters to register in the Ward ,.... notice is nereoy givou "- w.,l named penona have been appointed Ward n i ii j i v. , . nMn ,h.,r .nvnral onices open antu "y6jyiijiS(jN. Mayor. r...iw!iiim P. Trinlett, No. 91 Main street near W inchcster. al5'n "r. f M. Morriion. northeast corner Main and Washington. Third Ward-Joseph nocke. No. 236 Mam street. , Va km front st. fifth Ward-7. Tw.lkor."NoTU5)4 Boal street. , v iu,i.t. Seventh Ward-R. L. Dalton. meat store. -n Ileal street and M. and C. railroad. 0K, w. J-B K. liarinds. Poplar street. P.e!iL0Ah.e.?"rkoii Orant. corner ef Fourth . I IU II " I" " " . . and Auction streets. c .,. Tenth Ward-J. L. Sharp, cornor Seventh and Bmndwav. . PERFUME. Imperishable Fragrance. MURRAY :5 ' ' . ...aa a ansa kli CELEBRATED Florida "Water, The richest, most lasting, yet most delioat of all perfumes, for as on the HlIDHEItniEF, At the TOI I. .T, Aasdlai Ska BATH. a. th.m ar Imitations and eonnterfeit .1 a r, ik. Vl,.ri,l V.trwhii-h has ea the b.ttle. on the lsbel, and on the pamphlet h3!:.' J.(rmiV l.AKMAN.withoa wbich none is geanine. For sale br aJUpar- dimars, drugguu ana oeaaeri ifT , "s, f ' NOTICE. I. o. o. . - aoTw rnirTTTi give. nMire U all aeedy Odd Fellows pr their famine in tha city, th t th.y will ba sni.pli.d with whatever their naees.itiea snay raaira. by akia application fur ord.r pon tt,e 1 winj W . a -1 . , " r ,".r. -..n-v. r.TO VT 1, hf'K..SS MadiiK)D street. W.M. IIENXY 1.1 ld'.n atrwwt. J. P. li'KFM AS, Main tr-et. The Odd Frllew.' eaimi..ary t--r- will b cpa fmra 10 to iJ o'elock on I aawlay, Thnra aays and Saturday. 71-1 w Fifteen Genta Par "Week . NO. SS v i! Us iltirM- Tfp a m WM. DEAN naALKH in Clioica Groceries, Tea3, PROVISIONS. i ty. ; "THE BEST IS ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST." idSBm&W ill A fall supply of Staple and Advertise in the , HOLLY SPRINGS REPORTER 1 THE Best Advertising Medium in North Mississippi. A DVERTISBMENTS PROMPTLY INSERTED. ADWtESS uohnD J t Mllnr. sd Preprl.l.r.. Kotly Wtrlna-a. atl" CHRISTIAN BROTHERS' COLLEGE, ISo. -282 Adams Street. ,T,,a nffcTTTTTTTftw AFirnRDS AMPLE 1 TEUBoard"" month. 130; Da, Stndents-Prep.rator, classes, per Auarter of two arid a half months, lli; Collegiate and Commercial classes, par quarter. S18. twa Ta I LS POWES SCURESa UCMPIIUEla' UOMEOFATUIC SPECIFICS HAVE TROVEP, FROM THE MOST amplo nrmn" nn entin miw Bimple, l ioiupt, Laicient and lu-habui. Tbey are the only meilicun-s purteotly adapted to popular nso so simple thit miauikea oinutpt be made in usinff thtm ; ao unrm'.eM - to bo fi" froui dunpT; mid no efficient a. to lie alwny" rt-UaMe. h'T." hiihcst commendation from all. and anil always render sat i.f action. Price, in lurgo three-drachm Tiiila, with direcuanji : Kob. Cures. Cents. 1. Fevers, t'omrcstion. Inflammation, . . w Worma, Worm iever, Vorm Colli?, . . W 5. rrylns;-Colic,orTeitIiingof lnf:inta, . 50 4. islarrboni. of Children or Adults, . . o i. IPyaentcrr, Gripins, Bilious CoUc, . . W 6. lAOl.ra-Morbua, Vomiting, .... so 7. 4 ouifhe, Colds, llionchiu. ...-" . NeuralKla, Toothache, f aceae , . . . W 8. Hranche,Sic1t Headache, ertigo, . 50 11. HnpJ.r;.ad, or Painful Period, . - M 12. fl'hlt. 'o Profuse Periods J" 13. Croup. Coinr rifflonlt Ilrenthintr, . . 14. K.H Khcnm. Kry.ip.das. i..-u,twr. . W 15. lthcnmatUm, Hhc uiimtie Pawn, . . . W 16. Fever anil Ague. aul i'ever, Atfue, fo 1J. I'llrs, Mind or billing, . . . IK. ouMhaliny.iindlorWe..kKy. . JO 19 Catarrh, Acute or Chronic Innuenrji, . 60 10. WnptoK-Couh, Violent Coughs . W 24l 4telierl lability, Physical Weukneiw, . SO S lropsyaud6-antyS.HretionS, . . .. . . .'0 . KtdneyWHar..., Umv . . . M 28. nrrrous i""J ' , a V-t i,..,i rv Ijiaeliaixes "H' w. Sor Month, oinke. . . . . . 30. I rtnary w 85. Clxroiuo -uu"- 7 FA3IILT CASKS. Case (Moro) with above 35 large rial, and Manual of l""1 L ..i: .nA,!. fi 00 w , ., .0 uy part or she price. a" . Humphreys avp.du,ne Co.. nffiaai)d Depot, No. BanaDWAV. 3 Uo And by H. C. Steever k Co., Second st.,eornor W. Vigus.lSi Poplar at.. Memphis, lenn. BERVOCS DEBILIIT, A dnnressed. irritable state of mind; a weak. nervous, exhausted feeling; no energy or ani mation; confused head, weak memory, often with debilitating, involuntary discharges. The consequence of excesses, mental overwork or indiscretions. Ihis Nervous Debility finds a sovereign cure in Humphrey's Homoopathio Specific Ko. 28. It tones up the system, ar rests discharges, dispels tho mental gloom and despol tency, and rejuvenates me enure sji; tem. It is perfectly harmless and always effi cient. Price 15, for a paokago of five, boxes and a large J2 vial of powder, which is impor tant in old, serious cases; or II per single box. 6old by all Druggists, or sent by mail on re ceipt of price. Address Ui'mphrkys brscirio V.N.Y. ion.-uni-.i NEWSPAPERS. THE INDEPENDENT SOUTH Pnblished at Holl j Springs, Miss, If ona of lha BaS Advrtllair dlanaa la Sarta Htaataalpp.. r Memphis Merchants should ot neglect to advertise In thlslocaHty. "RECORD, 99 SEARCY, ARKANSAS, IRCt LATES AV.OXO ALL THE MER- cbaou m tne n iw a. lev. Is the Teorle's 0r?an. Memphis m-rcbsnt will nd this H a,.iium to aa tb.ir bure-s anwa to tbe r-aniry ajerrbaau in that aecU aart'cu Uriy. , AddraM JACOB riCLKH, J- Saarry, arkaaaaa. .PAPIII. Paper! Taper! Taper A. V. DTI PONT A CO. Maaafaeiaran and Wholesale DaaWt. Ualirllla, iMticif Uava UK ranewd to thail "'' foar-swiry wanhaas. Ho. 14 Mam li. -t - o i p -t s. nn )' , v.Av t w & CO. Fancy Goods always on hand. MEANS FOR A THOROUGH CLASSICAL. SCI- S0MEUVILLE FALC0X, Somerville, Fayette Co., Tenn. SFAKKS Sc 3IA.XIIE8, PBOPRIETOBH. TT3 CLOSE C0NTI0UITT 10 MEMPHIS J. make it tha llent AdTerliHlnR Dledlntu in West Tennessee. Only three hours' rida from Memphis to Somerville, Laflrange, Mos cow, Laf8yette, Macon, Oakland, Mason, Utanton, and other point in Fayette and on the line. l'1 HELENA, AKKASSAS, . Daily and Weekly World, WILLIAM R. BURKE, Prop's. A DEMOCRATIC, CONSERVATIVE Newspaper; tbe best advertising medium in the State. An extensive circulation through all the rich cotton-growing counties. Tho my nsttly Paper that Pab llMliea Prna Re,nrt Ootalde of l.ltll Kock.. That portion of the State ef which Helena i the capital, the eastern part, surpasses all the others in point of progress. Bunines men of Memphis, have a care; look to the trade of Uelena. Daily circulation, 380; weekly circu lation, 1340. Raters to Johnston k Vance, H. Wade A Co.. E. A. Benson. Hill. Terry t Mitchell,, 6-t To ZHeitiphis Merchants. THE INDEPENDENT SOUTH, HOLLT springs, ' MISS. A SG-Colanin Journal. THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM IU ISorth Mississippi. Address . W. A. P. li PSHAW. 13-t Editors and Proprietor. THE CHICOT TIMES, BY CLYDE, G0FFE & CO. Terms of Snbacrlptlon, S3 SO SJMi,' lu Aavauri. THE TIMES IS NOT THE BEST ADVEK tising medium under the sun, . but Mem- puis uiercnanis anu aa oiuer aesiring hp in troduce their business to prosperous people wnnlil do well to do so through its columns. Circulates extensivoly in Ashley, liradley, Chi cot, Drew, Deha and Lincoln counties. Ark., and Bolivar and Wahington counties. Miss. Address CLYDE. GOi'FK A CO., t7-f I'ropneiors, NO PAPER IN MEMPHIS IS A BETTER advertising medium than the W"alra HetboliBi, it having within the limits of which Memphis is the commercial center a very lane circulation. This .an be known and readof all who may become interested, judicious advertising will pay. Our office i ZX Main street, np stairs, in lame building with Boy la A Chapman. gVt W. BHW A CO. The Oxford Falcon. PUBLISHED ETEEY FRIDAY. OXFORD, RIMS. S. M. Thompson, Editor and Prop'r. Ta aanal else Baalneaa Card a la. ae r trd tare nioatlia lor OXFORD IS THE EDUCATIONAL ANL business eestrr ef tha Bta. having the but I niversity, Union Female College and other schools, and also the V. S. Di-tn-t Court for the Northern District of .Mississippi, lo cated there. It is one of the lartest shipp'. DC points in North Mississippi, and u a pla. naasual buainaa BctiviiVj a-1 RIPLEY NEWS, RIPLEY, TENNESSEE, JAS. I. SPARKS, Prop. T)KrSO LOCATED IMVFDtATEl.Y OH I the line of the Padneak and M.mphi raiir-sd. within f.tv mile. f y-mphi.. ta one ol tha nrbaat secti'ibs o( Wast I.bb.m., it is a ValHaUe AdTertNini; Metlium tor Msmihl rfhas. Rata mftdara'. I !, i - 3" ?- B . -