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MEMPHIS AND LOUldVJLLK RAILROAD, Arrival. Loaves. a.m. r.a. I i.w. r.u. tfxprcsi, exoeptSunday... 3. (JO 3.00 Mail Train 4.10 1.10 freight and Aoeoinraoda- tion, except Sunday 10.10 I 6.10 Brownsville Acconimod'n S.80 4.10 Depot at head of Main streo',. Ticket Office, 287 Mai a street, cornet of Madisoa. MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE R, R. AmTti. . Leave.. V . A.M. P.M. A.K. r.H . 0. Msill (dally)... 2.50 1.00 Kxpresr, " S.50 4.15 Preicht (daily ex. Sunday) 0.10 1 B.26 Jennt at foot of Main itreet. ' Ticket Office, 287 Main itreet, corner of M. BURKK, Gen'l Sup't. MEMPHIS AND LITTLE ROCK RAILROAD , Arrives. Leaves. r.r. p.m. Hail Train doily. ..J2.33 t'reik-bt and Accommoda tion.. .......... . 8.10 , P w. .3.25 7.18 Sleeping ears on mail train. Depot Center Landing, fuot of V, ashington street, ticket oiJlcei, 287 (cor. Madisonl and 278 Main itreet. . u T ll'ITHVUlRir uan H,...', VADUCAII AKD MEMPHIS RAILROAD. irlail and Freight Train leavea 4:00 p.m arrival. 9:0 J a.m The mail and freight train leavei Covl igton for Memphis at 7a.m. and return! to Coving ton at 7:05 p.m. Train leaving Memphis will atari from the Underwriters' Warehouse. J. W. WII,KI!R rten'l rWt. AltOADS. LOUISVILLE AM) CIXCLVXATI Short Line Railroad ITOIl CINCINNATI AND THE EAST! The Qaickest, Best end Only Route Running a Double Dally Line Pullman Drawlnt-Reoin Nlveplnsjr lenrhra from I.untavllle to Sjoluuihna, O , I'll bnrsjr, Harrlxliargli, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK and other Eastern eitlei WITHOUT CHANGE. pHE ONLY LINE WITH WntCH PA 8SEN L ger from the South make Direct Connec tion lit l.nuisville with Through Car for New York. AVOIDING FROM 7 TO 16 I10UR8 DELAY incident to, and ARRIVING ONM TRAIN IN ADVANCE of all other lines. Time from Louisville to New York Only Thirty-One Honrs. This Line is Ptnne Ballasted and entirely FREE FROM DUST. Being equipped with the celebrated Wetiinghouse Air-Brake, pre cludes all possibility ol collision. . OXLY ALL HAIL, J.IXE Between Lsuisvillo and Cincinnati, pnsring over the &iet Iron Railway Bridge at Cinin llHti, making Direct Connection with oail trunk linei from the North and Kant Ticket" for sale VIA LOUISVILLE AND 1H K SUORT LINE at all ticket offices in the uuth and Southwest. tint. Hit I f MRU, Oon. Nnp't. 'S. fi. Parker., Gen. Pass, and Ticket Agt. ' 130-t LOUISVILLE- AND NASHVlUE AMD'" " ' . ' I' Ulreat Southern Railroad. SCIIKDDLE. ' Express Train leaves daily (Sunday excepted) . Freight and Accommodation Train leaven daily, Sundays excepted...... 6:10 -.m . Mail Train leavei daily 1:10 p.m , iBrownsville Acoemmodatien leaves daily (Sundays excepted)!.. .... 4:10 p.m VT No change of can by this line for Lo its ille, St. Louis or Nashville. Pullman Pa lace aleeping-cars on all night trains. For tickets or information apply at in.ket Office, 287 Main, cor, MadUon. JOHN T. FLYNN, Snfl't Memphil IMv;. .TMSfl Sl'VKn. Ticket Airent.- 4-t PLUMBJERS, Mcl).00UGU& COLLINS 'tSnooenon to JOS. FLANNERY A 00.) nW 53 auti 55 Jefferson Streiet, PLUMBERS, C!a3 and Stoaat Pipe. Fitters. ALSO DEALERS IN GAS FIXTURESj IBOH AKU LEAD PIPE FCMPB, Crass Goods, Bath Tubs, Wash Stands, Sinks, Fountains, Etc. Driven Well Specialty. lST-vviii M - -" WALL PAPER. Wall Paper and Paint Store. BEAUTIFUL S1YLES OF WALL PAPER, now patterns, At 15 cents per Roll ! Now is the time to get your papering done -ebeap at JOS. TAGG'S. 313 Main Street. REMOVAL. REMOVAL. WE TAKE PLEASURE IN INFORMING nnr friends and the public that we have opened at the well-known stand. No. 240 Main street, corner of Jefferson, where with more room and increased facilities we shall be bet ter able to supply our customers. We come -to stay, and haring had an experience of many years in catering to the public taste, thmk we can please Thankful for the sup port of our many patroni at our Poplar street bouse (which for tbeir benefit will be con tinued), we respectfully solicit a f bare of the trade, pledging prompt attention and goods of .unsurpassed quality and cheapness. (Jive as ..trial. "EANAC0.. i4" Main street, cnr. Tcftcr''nn. MEDICAL. DR. C. WILLIAMS' Balsam Wild Cherry AND WOOD NAP TIT A FOR Coughs, Colds, Consumption, BRONCHITIS, AND ALL ' n;nAr.r.Afl s 9 TViMint o rl T nn era I jJUSZODVa VI liiV ALIA UUb CkUU liU-gO For Sale tsj all Dmggtets. PTTT.T WSSjl)(WQ Eltfht Dullara per Annum, vol xvnr. rUBLICLEDGER. THE PUBLIC LEDGER IS PUBLISHED every afternoon (except Sunday). at No. IS Mndison street. . . , The Public Lioor.i Is served to city subscri bers by faithful oarriers at FIFTH. liN Ch.NIS rrJrt WKKK, payable weekly to me oarncri.. By mail (in advanoe)i One year. 18; six months. S4: three months, $2; one month. la cents. , Newsdealers supplied at ZX oeutj per copy Weekly Public Ledger, Published every Tuesday at 12 per annum (in advanoe): clubs of five or more, tlcO. Communications upon subjects of general interest to the public are at all times aooept- Rejected manuscripts wilikot be returned RATES OF ADVERTISING IN DAILY : First insertion - fl P" square Subsequent insertions oU For one week S 00 " " For two weeks 4 SO " " For three wecks.,....... 6 00 " " For one month 7 60 RATES OF ADVERTISING IN WEKKLY: First insertion -..fl 00 per square Subieouent insertions..... &0 Eight lines of nonpareil, lolld, constituU a sqfuare. . ni.nisnj ..riii.mniii will ha charged aooording to the (tpACii occupied, at above ratci there being twelve lines of solid type to toe inch. To regular advertisers we offer superior In ducements, both as to rate of oharges and manner of displaying thoir favors. Notioesm local column inserted for twenty oenta per line for eich insertion. Special notices inner leu tor ten cenu pox uns for each insertion. Notices nf deaths and marriages, twenty cents par line. ' . . , n ? All bid for advertising are due when Con tracted and payable on demand. All letters, whether upon Business or ether- wise, must be addressed to . a nniinunn, . Publisher and Proprietor. . ' AOA WESLIOXS. s j Onef Ollvel.o(fir Reralnlacenree - t syarln. f h j. , From a Letter to Wilkes' Spirit. .... , Tho first of these galei lever attended was that of s woman named Anna Dev lions, somewhprn about (he year I860. Mr. John Bicelow. who bag m'neo that time been both Consul' and Minister at Paris, had rooms near br hers, and he and his wife and I went in to see the dis play. Anna Deslions had been -the chere amie of that regulnr old Solomon of a Trince Napoleou (Jerome), vhoee success as a fighter is questionable, but whose capacity for haviut; cherea amies is equalled by few and excelled by noi.e. She bated him, but took his f 20,000 a yea! very kindly ; and he had the un reasonableness to suppose that he was purchasing 'the sole monopoly of her affections for that trifling price. j Z A tardy entrance with his latcD key one evening, wnen sne tnongni nim on in Switzerland pr Corsica or Bomewhere, copvincsd him of his mistake. To use the treditional Ggure, thesc&les dropped from his eyes'; when they had dropped from bis yes lie picsea inera np again and weighed his treachery with' them, VerdicRfNo more,'TBOoey from thjis quarter, flfixit rnnce jNapoieon. oojo .snort lims. site, got .up-a saie 01 uer effects. I think she inaugurated the system.'?: The idea was immensely suo ceBsful in her esse: Everybody wanted to see how this celebrated creature lived. Jn pur country and in England there is a healthful and widespread inattterence as to how such women Jive or die,' ,, 1 Once id a while '.one , of tnei tender hearted women reformers is moved .to wax eloquent over the sins and sorrows of the poor beings who wouldn t be where they art Were ii not 'for that mon ster, man; but there is very little inte rest to be awakened concerning them even in the most moral audience. In Paris something like the glamour which in th)ir day and country threw a veil of covering beauty over the lax lives of Lais and Aspasia, seems to float mistily about the women who resemble these ancients in the matter of physical beauty, perhaps, but ii those who know speak truly are not exactly their prototypes in mental power. The Paris world of all grades rushed to Anna Deslion's sale, and gazed open mouthed at the magnificent surroundings, which spendthritt men had enabled this woman to enjoy. I cannot now attempt a description of the priceless works of art which lined the walls of these rooms; to try to give an idea of the superb furniture, the gob elins, tapestries, the carpets, the crystal- like glass; eumce u 10 aaj mat an &iu prets could have no finer. The luxury was so ereat that it would almost have awakened envions feelings in the breast of a saint. " What think you of this wife?" asked a good bourgeois who had taken madams there.. " That it is good enough to dis(ust one with virtue," was the frank reply. And where is Anna Deslions now? She whose nroud magnificence disgusted honest women with the petty shifts of virtuous poverty who laughed to scorn a prince of the reigning house, and scattered his Napoleons as he were a mint? Let him who knows answer.. Has she floated across the black stream where Charon ferries, and on whose further shore Cerberus barks a ghastly welcome to his master's domains? Has she mar ried some empty pocketed Complaisant, who took ber savings and bought some little provincial trade with them I What has been her fate? The other evening, just as the dusk was falling, and the blouse colored lamp lighter waa hastening to dress Paris in its nightly garb of tairy tale enchant mrnt, I met a woman whose fac was familiar coming out of a bakery, where, through the wide glass diK-rs, 1 had just seen her bny a cutting sf bread for two sous. Hastily hiding it under her cloak, she sped past me and turned into a dark alley. Gracious heavenal could that be the gorgeous lorette of former days? The blighting hand of time, the wither ing impress of terrible physical pain, had swept away the Uoom which, in years gone by, had takea captive many a young man's heart, and held him a willing victim at her side, while his pat rimony was being ruthlessly devoured. In those days I lived opposite to ber, LAKGEHT CITY MEMPHIS, TENN.: WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 6, 1874. and my rooms were so situated that from my window I could command a view of her apartments and of her gar den. Hour after hour I sat there, where I cotild get the best light on my desk, writing sketches and correspondence for the London cress, lull ot virtuous senti ments. exhortations against the wicked ness of envy and things of that kind and iu the midst of it out would trip my lady into ber flower garden and dazzle her last new brilliant ii) the sun, or toss to her saucy maid a gown fit for a lady's wear. So she has come to this I To be wrapped in a shabby oloak, to live in an alley, to buy two sous' .worth of bread! Prentice Jin I ford "a tlral Pnrie Urraklns'. Letter in Ban Francisco Bulletin. 1 I did not feel inclined to breakfast at my hotel the first morning in Paris, I strolled along a narrow street, and finj allv saw a liun which bore the words "Deieuner 1 frank 15 centimes." So I concluded to deieune there. I entered A lady addressed mo. Of course, she was unintelligible. I said dejeuner. She cointed up-stairs I went and tound my-selfin an ordinary. There was no bill of fare. It was a place where no foreigner had probably ever belore ven tured. I eat down. There were French men to the right and Frenchmen to the left. The waiter approached. I shrank from him and trembled. Now, I must act the role of the stupid foreigner. 'He opened on me. I suppose he was call ing the roll of the bill of fare. ' I caught one word. It sounded like marengo, I clutched at it as a drowning man is sup posed to clutch at a straw. I said, "Qui, marengo,'1 and let's see what it is. It turned out to be some sort of meat with nlentv of eravv plentifully ppiced. late of the marengo as long as I could. I dreaded the idea of the next attack from the attendant, But the "marengo" was gone. My plate was changed. An other charge on me by the French waiter. I caught at another word. ' "Pomme de terre." Oui, pomme de terre potatoes yes, bring potatoes. I hoped there would be nothing else to eat some po tatoes came. 1 boy were worm eating, being made very palatable with gravy. So I ate up all the potatoes. There was something else to eat. Another deluge of French was poured upon me. I fired back with my French. The waiter stared. Well he might. My French is the French of a Long Island academy. What I would have asked the waiter, had I spoken in my own language, was to repeat his observation over again. He did so. I don't think this was because he understood me. It was mere , force of habit. Thank heaves I recognised j another word. It wag fromaee cheese yes cheese, anything so: that I may not be obliged to express my sen in au unknown tongue. This is all. Wine, half a bottle; bread "'at discretion;"' mareuio. Potatoes and cheese for twen ty-two centg, I paid the reckoning to an amiable lady at the counter. She made some remark.' She may have inquired after my folks. " I said "Non madame," I said so because it was my naDtt, in Paris," to say "Non" Madame,1' or-'?Oui Madame." ftlternatelv when addressed, and this was the turn for the "Non Mad ame. One mu6t Say something. P, S. It was real marengot I ate. - ' mm I ' Poison and their Autldotee, We give a'list of the principal poison ; with their antidotes, taken from Paine's Practice, which will be well to keep for reference: - ' ' Oil of vitrol, aqua fortis, spirit of salt Magnesia, chalK, soap and water.' , Emetic tarlarOily drinks, solution of oak bark. Salt of lemons or acid of sugar Chalk, whiting, lime er magnesia water. Some times an emetic draught. Prussic acid Pump on back, smelling salts to nose, artificial breathing, chlo ride of lime to nose. ' - Pearlash, sosp lees, smelling salts, nitre, hartshorn, sal volatile Lemon juice and vinegar and water. Arsenic, fly powder or white arsenic, king's yellow or yellow arsenic Emet ics, iime water, seap and water, sugar and water, oily drinks. Mercury, corrosive sublimate, calo melWhite of eggs, soap and water. Opium, laudanum Emetic dtaugh:, vinegar and water, dashing cold water on chest and face, walking up and down for two or three hours. Lead, white lead, sugar of lead, Gou lard's extract Epsom salts, castor oil and emetics. Copper, blue stone, verdigris Whites of eggs, sugar and water, castor oil, gruel. Zinc Limewater, chalk and water, soap, and water. Iron Magnesia, warm water. Henbane, hemlock, nightshade, fox gloveEmetic and castor oil, brandy and water, if necessary. Poisonous food Emetics and eastor oil. ' Eellpaa at lb Time t (he Cruel. . Allan. It is a carious coincidence that the moon was eclipsed on the generally re ceived date of. our Saviour's crucifixion, A. D. 33, April S. The phenomenon, however, could have had no influence on the miraculous darkness which overshad owed Jerusalem " from the sixth to the ninth hour," wheD the sun was dark ened. Mr. Flind has found that the sun had emerged "from the earth's dark shadow at a quarter of an hnur before she arose at Jerusalem (6:3C a.m.) hut the penumbra continued upon her disc for an hour afterward." The penum bra visible during a lunar eclipse is ex ceedingly faint, being only a shadow of the earth's dark shadow, and it can scarcely be recogniiei by the naked eye. It certainly could have added nothing to the awful solemnity of the scene which bad just taken place. The latet actios for damages is one against a Virginia railway company for running over a rooster. The jury gave the plaintiff f 25. CIllCUL - ATIOlV. (Story 1 Mis, eutt-Nlddoaa. - - " When I was a poor girl," relates Mrs.' Scott-Siddons, the actress, " working very hard for my two shillings a week, I went down to Liverpool during the holi days, where I was kindly received. I was to perform in a new piece, some thing like those pretty little affecting dramas they get np now at the minor theaters; and in my character I repre sented a poor, friendless orphan girl re duced to the most wretched poverty. A heartless tradesman prosecutes the sad heroine for a heavy debt, and insists on putting her in prison unless some one will be bail for her. The girl replies, 'Then I have no hope I have not a friend in the world. 'What! will bo one be bail for you to save yon from prison 7 asks the stern creditor; have told yon I have not a friend on earth,' was my reply. Bat just as I uttered the words, I saw a sailor in the tipper gallery springing over the railing, letting himself down from one tier to another, until he bounded clear over the orchestra and footlights and placed himself beside me in a mo ment. 'Yes, you shall have one friend at least, my poor young woman f said he, with the greatest expression in his hon est, sum burnt countenance. ' 1 will go bail for vou to anv amount. And as for you (turning to the frightened actorX if you don t bear a hand, shift your moor ings, yon lubber, it will be the worse for you when 1 come athwart yonr bows.' Every creature in the house rosej the uproar was perfectly indescribable peals of laughter, screams of terror, cheers from his tawny messmates in the gallery, preparatory scraping of violins in the orchestra, and amid the universal din, there stood the unconscious cause of it sheltering roe, 'the poor distressed young woman, and breathing defiance aod destroction against my mimic per secutor. He was only persuaded to re linquish his care of me by the manager's pretending to arrive and resoue me with a profusion of theatrical bank notes." Joseph B. Tilton devotes himself t growing hair on bald aeaas in Ban rrancisco. reter laylor, wbo has a bare spot on his crown, made a bargain with Tilton to remedy the defect. Tho written contract specified that $10 should be paid when the hair started, and as much more on a lull restoration, pro viding the application did no' injury. Tilton claims that the hair began to f;row nnder his treatment, but that Tav or declined to continue the remedy or touav the sum agreed upon. A lawsuit followed, but the hair restorer lost it, because under the agreement Taylor was not bound to continue the application longer thnn he saw fit. i .' :t j ' ' '' 1 1 ' I-- "A "Societt of Gentlemen." of Lon don.'' has privately printed a volume of the Sayings and conversations of Presi dent Lincoln, which has been so eagerly taken np that -oopi sold at' fittcen guineas eaeh a week after its publica tion; - " ' '-. " '!'' i' ' ; ' Motto of the whisky crusaders " The bora of the nngodly shall be put down." JJEiCAL Attachment Notice. . . Watklns Mit'hell A Co. vs. George Lemly. " IN 1'UIS CAU6K AH AiiAl.U.'UEiN i 11AV ing been sued out under section 345 of the Code of Tennessee, and returned by a proper officer levied up"" the property of the defend ant, and affidavit having tw-n made that the detundant is justly indebted to the plaintiff In the sum of 922 7, by account, and that de fendant is a non-resident ef the State of Ten nessee; it is therefore ordered that defendant make bis personal appearance before William Wallace. J. P.. on the 2rith day of May. 174. at ten o'clock a.m , aud defead said actach ment suit within the timo prescribed by law, or toe same will be proceeded with ex parte; and that a copyot this order be pubiisned lor four successive weeks in the Memphis Public Ledger, this isuta day of April, bi4. 44-00 46-62 WM. WALLACE. J. P. Attachment otlce. Watkins, Mitchell A Co. vs. M. C. Priddv. IN THIS CAUSE AN ATTACHMENT li A V 1 ing been sued out under lection $155 of the Code of Tennessee, and returned by a proper other, levied upon the property of defendant. and affidavit having oeen-made mac ine oe fendant is justly Indebted to the plaintiff in the sum of $li3 8, by account, and that de fendant is a non-resident of the State of Ten nessee; it is therefore ordered thnt defendant make hie personal appearance before William Wallace. J, P., on the 26th day of May, 174, at ten o clock a.m., and defend said attach ment suit, within the time prescribed by law, or the same will be proceeded with ex parte; and that a onay of this order be published for four successive jveeks in the Memphis Public Ledger. This th day of April, 1X74. 44-M S6-B2 WM. WALLACE. J. P. Trustee Hale. PURSUANT TO THE TERMS OF A DEED in trust to me, executed by George W. and Frank M. Murphy, dated September 1, 1X73, and duly registered in the Register's office of Shelby county, Tennessee, in Deed Book No. 97, page 457, 1 will, on Saturday, the ICth day of Slay, 1871, at the southeast corner of Cout Square, In the city of Memphis, Shelby county. Tennes see, sell to the highest bidder, for cash, within legal hours, the undivided two-thirdi interest in and to the certain tract of land situate, lying and being on the north side of Linden street, in the city of Memphis, Tennes.ee, and beginning .V feet east of the northeast in tersection of Main and Linden streets; thence east with the north line ef Linden street 60 feet; thence north and parallel with the east line of Main street ISO feet; thence west 30 feet; thence south lW feet to the place of be- 5 inning. Terms cash. Equity ef redemption arred. Title believed to be good, but I will sell and cenvey only as Trustee. 1). II. POSTON. Trustee. Ptrr so A Lowg. Attorneys. Truitee's Sale. PURSUANT TO THE TERMS OF A DKED in trust to me eierntrd on the 17th day of Jaouiiry, HTi, duly renistered ia Deed Hook 2so. M, page 475, by Mathias Jones and his wife llasnah Jones, I will, en Saturday, 6th day of June, 1874, at the southeast corner of Court Square, in the city of Memphis, 1nn., within leral boors, sell te tr.e huhrit bidder, for cash, l he rrnniu pub.io., luhi.ij, Tenn., and known as block B on (he plan of fort Pickering, to which tru't deed and the reterence therein rasde special reference is here mads for greater certainty Terms nf pale ca-h. Equity of redemption parted. Title believed to be good, but I will only sell andeoaveyasTru.'ee. WM K. POSTON, Train . Heat A Postor, Attorneys. 60-79 Fifteen Cents per 'Weelc NO. 57 o o ' o m to 8 H H H I3 w ?2 3 B M SO ST rn B ( S M s o o -o fi a n f 9 sT to I CO M to , j g V co r- r ? e H O 2i X S3 S a o P H ta K o ' H H pu 5. THE OLD RELIABLE. F I t A N K L I N BOOK BI.DEItY, Blank Book Manufactory Aad PRINTING HOUSE, 15 West Court street, Memphis, . CTOOF, s a Proprietor BOOKS BOUND AND M ANUFACTUHED, from fiuphi.it to the r is 1ST book in the country, the Eastern market not excerpted in quality or pricey . . , . , ,r ' ; Pine Blank Beeks a Bsserlallf. sat ARTIFICIAL LIMBS.: IIKsnl.Y, 518 Broadway, New York, sucoessors te Selpho A ."on, manufacturers of improved artifi cial Legs and Arms, equal,, if not superior,- in lightness, elastic ity, natural mo tion and durabil ity to any in the world, bend for pamphlets. Hef- veyMathes.Mem-1 phis. e-8o YEAST POWDER. m$fyj ".' si- "---fpp-j Dooley's Yeast Powder Is perfeotly Pure and Wholesome. Dooley' Yeast Powder Is put up in Full Weight Cans. Dooley's Yeast Powder Makes Elegant Biscuit and Rolls. Dooley's Yeast Powder Makes Delicious Muffins, Griddle Cakes, Corn Bread, etc. Dooley's Yeast Powder Makes all kinds of Dumplings. Pot-Pies, Cakes and Pastry, nice, light and healthy. Dooley's Yeast Powder Is the Beat, because perfectly pore. Dooley's Yeast Powder Is the Cheapest, beranse full weight. Dooley's Yeast Powder Is guaranteed to give satisfaction. Be sure to ask for Dooley's Yeast Powder and do not be put off with any other kind. Dooley's Yeast Powder Is put up in Tin Cans of various sites, suita ble for Families, Boarding Houses, Hotels, Restaurants and River, Lake aed Ooean Vessels oa short or long voyages. The Market is Hooded with Chesp, Inferior Baking and Yeaat Powders of light or short Weight. DOOLtT'S YEAST POWDaH is warranted full strensth and full weight. Sold at wholesale and retail, fliv inruHnuuuh me i u 1 1. 1 Groceries and Family Snrelie. ,.. r a - -j-Vs:-' J ' , , " -iv. as-a-iiao-eodsw ifiilMMIiTfii PAPER. Paper; Paper 1 Paper mr iu bibost. A. v. du pout cs co; Kannfaotureri and Wholesale Dealers. .- .. i-' '' LomlBrWB, . - -entac-f Hav foft rameved to theii new, lam four-storf wareheoj. He. 1M Main a 80-t . a s o o CD H g w fi e . ... Mt . . - I ,-v hi 'i P. rr e CD nCi a B i3 II 1 J-'E 5 R 9 K HI r CI 50 p 0 H s? o si o IWSURAJIICC NOTICE. Omni WiSHmoTon Firs akd M Atival Insuraxcs Co., January 16. 1S74. J AT A MEETING OF THE DIRECTOR of this Company, the following gentle men were elected officers for the year: . J.W.J KFjj'KKSUN, President. T. B. DILLARD. Vice President. ' OEO.W. L CHOOK, Secretary. . WASHINGTON FIBI 1SDHABIII INSURANCE COMPANY Office, 5 1-2 'Madison St, Memphis, - - Te sseSW Policies Issued upon Fire, Marine aad Inlaass risks at equitable rates. J. W. JEFFERSON, President " T. B. DILLARD, Vice Pres't G. W. L CROOK, Secretary. niRCCTOKNl ' J. V7.JFFFERS0N, of J.W. Jefferson Ca. T, B. DILLARD, Cotton Faetor. -J. N.OLIVKK. of Oliver, Finnie A Co. JONATHAN RICE, of Kice. titix A Co. WM. SIMPSON, of Pettit A Simpson. J R. OODWIN. Cotton Factor. G. V. RAiiBAUT, of . M. Appersoa A Co. US-t MERCHANTS FIRE AM MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY ! V- ' ..,'1 A -V . oFSiEJipms Office : No. 18 Madison St. OFFICERS. ' M. L. MEACIIAX, t i Fresldeat A. If. McXAY, : t TIce rresldeat WSf. GAT, i t i t Secreturr BOARD OF IIREfJTORS. M. L. MEAOHAM.ef M. L. Meacham k Co. A. B. McKAY of Sledge, MoKay k Ca. 8. MANSFIELD of Mansfield k Higkew. WM. JOYN KR...of Joyner. Lemmoa k Qim. WM. B. GALBREATH CotUn Factor. Boa. JOHN OVERTON, Jr....Momahia. J. M. PETIIGREW. of Edwards. Pettigrow k Co. ISAAC SCHWAB of Schwab k Co. B. F. HALLER of Hollowell, Crockett k Haller. syw-Takee Fire and Marino risks. Dwellina Bouses and isolated Country stores eapeei allv solicited. Toxviii-r?l COTTON FACTORS. OWEN, McXCTT & CO COTTON FACTORS, RECEIVING, FORWARDINS AND OEir eral Commission Merchants, Leo Block. IS Union SL, Memphis, Teaa. All cotton or other produce consigned to aa insured, aniens otnerwise instructed. Bag- fting, rope and other supplies furnished at tM nwesfmsrhctpric ini-Tviil-H PHYSICIAN. II. FOJL.Z HAS BEHOVED -T0- 121 ADAMS STREE MILLINERY. REMOVAL. Mrs. SALLIE SULLIVAN KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A fresh assortment of MILLINEBY GOODS Comprising every variety of Flowers) and Illbbons, and the newest styles of HATH AIV1 HONNET8, All at very low pricas. So. 155 Main SL, Opp. Court Square. Trrese Makiag promptly attended to in aK departaenU. s 11 h. or