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10 Barrels Cracked Wheat, 15 Barrels Graham Flour, JOO Mats old Government Java Coffee OLIVER, FINNIE & CO. FILTER AND COOLER. JEWKTT'8 1? AXIS NX CRYSTAL 6PRISO ,, FILTER AND COOLER COMBINED. . A perfect snecefa, accomplishing remits never claiiuid for any filter ever belore invented. This Alter is now the eoknowlediied standard all over the United btates and Canadaa. it IMA 1 N .' rrrvr. r IN FOR ICE THtered Eaiu or BiYer Water Preferable. fllUB ADVANTAGES DERIVED IN USINU 1 littered "rain" or '"river" wtr ovnr "hard well water" lire bcin more widely known and appreciated. The '"Kaculty" give it as their opinion "that the lime and other mineral substances with whi'h river water Is imprecnated, i one of the chief ex citing eaufo of many diseases arising; f-orn the varied changes incident to the climate of this country." It ha also been averted by "Hoards of Health," ia variou. cities, that during tho cholera season at least two-thirds les sickness was found in families using filtered instead of river water. For sale only bv H. WETTER k CO., 45-70 13 and 15 Mcnroe, and 317V4 Main st. WANTED. w ANTED A (100D NURSE. APl'LY 6S-5S at 360 and 362 Front street. WANTED-TO FURNISH BOARD FOR any number of hnr.es at lowest rated. Apply at MAMMCTH STA3LES, 2u-f 81 Monroe street. WANTED VAULTS AND CIHTEKNtj TO clean. 11. W HITBY A CO.. l.Vt 21 Sooond street. ANTED -A FEW 1AYH0A R D E US oan be accommodated in a private family where there are no children, at 121 Adams street, at reasonable rates. Also, one or two front rooms, suitable for man and wife, nicely furnished. Reference required. M4-t 70R RENT-TWO ROOMS WITH BOARD, ! at 69 Madison street. 56 61 FOR RENT-STOREHOUSE 84 MAIN, 3 stories and cellar, at 1125 per month. Apply at 32a Main street. to-flO FOR RENT-THAT VERY CONVENIENT and desirable residence No 17S Hernando treat, One in every room- For Dartioulars apply to 155-t) KPICKR RYAN. IOR RENT 72 COURT STREET. CORNER T Third. W. A. WHBATLEY, 34-69 J 2fr0 Main street. TMrINT-BMALI. BRICK RESIDENCE r between bhelby and Tennessee streets, SB Holing street. , E. M. HKARN, 22 t 35 Madison street. OR RENT-SMALL COTTAOE ON COM- merca street, lust across the Dayon. Ap- to 6. W. MCKPHY, t Memphis theater. b'OR RENT FROM THE 1st OF APRIL, store-house No. 2 Howard's Row. Apply to D. D. SAUNDERS, 41 Madison street. 12-t . tfOR RENT COTTAGES, OFFICES, jj stores and sleeping-rooms. McRAE. M YKRjl A SNEED, 2Vf ' 279 Main street, up stairs. FOR RENT THE DESIRABLE 8TORE hoifte No. 238 Front street, first house north of E. M. Apperson A Co. Apply to loa-t W. 11. MOORE. 2C3 Vain street. FOR RENT-STORE NO. 244 FRONT HOW, lately occupied by Nathan Bros. Apply to L. LAW HORN A CO., 124-f 352 Front street. FOR RENT OFFICES AND SLEEPING rooms in Titus Building, U Joffureon st. 128-t , FOR RENT A NEAT COTTAfl K HOUSE on Vance street, on tho lino of street cars, with four rooms, kitchen aid servants' room, front and side porch, gas, hall, etc. Inquire at (1. W. Dispatch Office, No. 7 MauUon t. 4i-1 FOR KENT-FOR PICNICS, THAT VEL vet lawn. Jame1' Park. 45-96 W. A. WHEATLEY. 280 Main at. FOR RENT-SECOND FLOOR. 23S MAIN street, suitable for millinfry establish ment. L. A A. L. LOWENsTEIN. TM)R RKNT DE:-IRABLE HOUb-B. NO. V M Avery rset, r-iet neighborhood ; sill be rented low to a good tenant. Apply to C. T. PATl.HnON. 3!-t OfUce Sonthurn Lifojlna. Co t'OR RENT FOR TH E YEAR 1874. MY place on the Horn Lake road, three miles from the city, and known as the Jacob! Place. House has nine rooms, with five acres oi ground attached, well stocked with fruit trees. A splendid place f r a gardener. Apply to 68-t J. W. JEFFERSON. 16 Ms -lis n st. FOR 8ALE. FOR SALE FURNITURE, CONSISTING of parlor, bed-room, dining-room and kitchen sets. Will sell by the set or by the piece, low for cash All new and in good order. J. R LISENBURRY. 57-t No. Water street. FOR SALE WHEELER A WILSON 8EW ing machine, complete outfit, very little used. Will sell cheap. Machine oan be seen at the house of E. Dary, batter. No. 347 Main . (treat. 67-62 TXIR SALE-ONS LOT ON GEORGIA ST , P No 44. block 12. F. W. Hniih's i subdi vision; one house and lot on Cynthia St., 3 rooms, kitchen and servants' room, beautiful yard, near Vanco str-etrars. Also, lots 267 and 2--S, cnr. Keel and Sixth streets, opposite Ford's Grove, Chelfca. Apply at 2tu Main at reet to (6 66 C. CURTIS. FOR SALE-LOTS IN DIFFERENT POR tions of tneoity. Terms reasonable- 'litles perfect. JOHN OVEKTON. Jr.. 2St-t '.64 Second street- LOR SALE AT C. U. Ii HACK El f A J? Co.'s, 3zl Seeond street, one rock away and harnrss, and one on buggy; both in ex cellent ordor and almost new. Will sell cheap. 25-t FORSALE-URICK FOR SALE A3 LOW as any in the market. Apply to SNOWDEN. OVERTON A CO.. S-t . ?M Snnd .fre.t. FOR LEASE. -pOR LEASE-LOTS IN DIFFERENT POR- m. nous ui uioeiij."" i'-i-k inn, riiu reason able terms, JOHN OVEKTON. Ja., y-t ZA Second street. ' (A ' ' . If ,i "N 50 Bags Laguajra Coffee, 10 Tierces S. C. Rice, 25 Barrels Hominy, 15 Barrels Grits. LOST. LOST-A BLACK HKTTKIl DOO. ELEVEN month old, very r-oor. Mad on leather collar, with "Corrin. Cannon's Knot , en t raved on the plate. A liberal reward will be paid if loft with .r " F. M. HORSEFALL. C5-67 near Race Track, or 229 Main it. REWARD. )EWARD ON GAME LAWS -THE BLUFF 1 V City fchootiiif Club offera a reward of $25 in addition te the rewnrd offered by t-tare pen alty, for the apprehension and conviction of any person sliootina;. wound'npr, trapping or killing (til me in Hhelby county in violation of the game lawn of tho state. ,. S. L. B A HINDS, 42-67 fcccrstary 11. C. C. UJSIC. II. G. IIOLLEXIIEKG KEEPS THK BUST STUCK OP ! rianos, Organs, Sheet 3Iusic, AND MCSICAI. BIEBCIIAKDKE IH THK CITT, T ' Clark's Marble Block, 291 Main st. 4- JEWELRY. NOTICE TO LADIES! Just received, and dail receiving, a most elegant as sortment of novelties in jet rubber, black garnet and fancy goods. Remember, a fine line of solid gold goods will be continuously sold at cost in order to reduc8 stock. I. IiOSCIIEtt, As t, JET PALACE. 102-f PUBLIC LEDGER OScet No. IS Madison Street. LAEQEST CITT CIRCULATION. THE CITY. MiSMPHIHl Wet ) -it Bnlsic, May 6, 1874. AMUSEMENTS. Oltmpic Varieties. Charley White has opened the Olympic Varieties on Washington street with a splendid troupe of artists. Among others nay be mentioned Misses Kathleen O'Neal, Neal Conway. Chriase Morrell, Blanche Pearl, Lillian White and a boat of others. The Olympic has been thor- onghly renovated, having been repainted and decorated ao aa to make it attract ive to the public. A number of new stars i!l appear in rapid succession, and pro grammes of unusual excellence will be presented nightly. Vaodevillb Theater. Th Vaude ville (late White's Opera House), on Jef ferson at., is open for the season, nnder the supervision of J. W. Berkley. A fine troupe has been engaged to appear, among othera the Yeddo Japanese, Bar low Brothers, Blanche Forrester, Millie Bassenre, Lizzie Landry, and a number of others. A number of star perform era will appear at the Vaudeville weekly during the summer season. Reopening. The favorite news stand, 105 ' Beal street, ia again in full blast. All the popular literature of the day, including Bow Bells, constantly on hand. 19t News Stand. At Mrs. Mansford's sews depot, corner of Second and Mon roe, the latest daily papers, ' monthly magazines for April, periodicala and news goods can be found. 95t On she Track. George Kendall's " Hole in the Wall," Monroe atreet, opposite Peabody Hotel, is the place to get good liquors' artisti cally intermixed. ' 142t Just received Wayne's premium self-ventilating refrigerator and ice boxes and beer coolers. ' 70 H. Wetter & Co. ' . . Me Beef. Merchants receiving orders for a choice article, in whole, half or quarter barrels, should not forget to call at II, Seessel, Sr.,' A Son's, No. 72 Jefferson street, corner of Third. 64 Walls and ceilings kalsomined snow white or teautifullv tinted, at from 15 to 10 per room, by Hook 4 LaQrill, 32C second street. 65 OLD FOLKS' COSCERT. Alexandre white kid gloves, 50c, 75c. and 11, at Leubrie's. Shoe buckles, at Leubrie's. Lisle thread hose, 75c, at Leubrie's. 57 Xotlce to Bmok.rst I am aelling the followiug brands of real Havana cigars at wholesale prices at retail: FIGAROS at 5c. apiece; ESCEPTIONS at 12c. apiece; CARO LINAS at 12Jc apiece; CABANAS at 12Jo. apiece; FLOR DEL FUMAR, three for 25c. Smokers are invited to call and examine the above brands of genuine Havana cigars. Sol Colemih, 63 200 Maia street. , TRACY AND BLANK BOOK 295 SECOND OUTH OF A. A. JAMES, Superintendent. LEDGER LINES. Arkansas exchangea now contain the latest war slang. ' If yon drink too much " Bock " you will ride the g.al. A May baby show will be one of the attractions ere loug. The inceudiary failed to awiug his trusty torch last night. Jimmy Corwin has received Bow Bells for May and Peteraon'a for June. Christian Brothers' College festival at the Exposition building to-duy and to night. , ' The only granger ever elected in 8helby county is Andy Granger, and he aits in the Senate. Colonel M. Magevney, sr., and family have left for Europe. They will visit the Bhrine of Lourdes, France. Preaching in the Court Street Cum berland Presbyterian church to-night by Rev. A. J. Baird, of Nashville. The lunatic committeemen who went to interview Governor Brown at Hum boldt, have not returned yet. Colonel H. 8. McComb has been re elected President of the New Orleans, Jackson and Great Northern Railroad Company, The ladies ot the First Baptist Church will hold a strawberry festival to-morrow night at their church on Second atreet, near Adams. C. G. Locke, late 'of the Appeal, is now connected with the business depart ment of the Ledger. We will approve all contracts made by him for as. Races again this afternoon. The bright weather will attract many ladies to the Grand Stand, and the ladies will attract many gentlemen. Such is Mem phis life. The sanguine and prospective candi date dreams by day and night of no mi nations and immense majorities for himself, and frightful defeats for bis opponents. The Esther Club concert to-night will attract a large and fashionable audience to the theater. Music of ye oldeo time will be rendered by the best professional and amateur artists of the city. It has become the common mode of salutation in Memphis, " How are yon, Governor?" owing to the fact that gubernatorial candidates are cropping out rapidly in the Bluff City. The average Memphians should in dulge in a little less profanity and vul garity when returning from the races in the Charleston railroa d cars. An over dose of whisky is' no excuse for black guardism. Madame Rumor having circulated the news that Colonel A. J. Kellar, of the Avalanche, would be a candidate for office in August or November, the Avalanche editorially contradicts such rumor. The Nicolson pavement is full of holes and ruts, over which vehicles rock like boats among the breakers.- The pave ment will be worn out on many streets before the city decides in favor of re pairs. General Council meeting thia evening. The city daddies have another chance to distinguish themselves as philanthro pists, in whose bosoms there is left one spark of charity for the sufferers by overflow. Do the thing decently or not at all. It is rumored that a syndicate of cot ton clerks hold three-fourth of the capi tal prize ticket in the Norfolk, Va., lottery, J50.000. The prize number is believed to be 19,153. If the cotton clerks hold this ticket, European trips this summer will be most fashionable. The youthful brass band from the Christian Brothers' College, yesterday paid a compliment to the Cotton Ex change, and Chamber of Commerce in the way of a serenade. Our cotton fac tors and merchants appreciate the atten tion and will regard the young musiciana aa greater favorites than ever. A physician aent the Ledger Liner word that if the Ledger Liner would cease using the phrase "average Mem phian" he (the. Doctor) would physic him for one year free of charge. The Ledger Liner suggests that the Doctor take his own medicine, and the Liner will take pleasure in writing np an ac count of the suicide. A stranger in the city accosted a well known Memphian not many days ago, asking him to designate the places of attractions in the city so that he might visit them. "Well," said -the average Memphian, "there ia the cemetery, which ia quite attractive, and the county jail, the finest building in Memphis I" The sight-hunting stranger quietly re marked: "The former has no doubt attractiona for the dead and the latter for the criminal. I believe I'll walk eut on the bluff and look at the river." & CO., Jt " s i MANUFACTURERS, STREET, 205 HA DISO .w. MEMPHIS. THE RACES. Seeond Day-The Favorite. Benlen Ntsmsme and taart.rma.ter the H Inner a. Owing to the cloudy, cool and, threat ening weather yesterday the attendance at the Chickasaw Jockey Course was not large. First Race. Jockey Club purse f 200; forallnges; mile and a half. The race was easily won by Stampede by a length, beating Edwin Adams, Limestone, Captain Hutchinson, Donny brook, Survoy, Ortolan and Chris Dojle in the same order. Time, 2:41J. In the pools Ortolan and Survoy were favorites, selling for f0 each; Edwin Adams, $35; Donnybrook, $20; Chris Doyle, $8; Stampede, the fly ing winner, was Bold ignominiously in the field. The race was hotly contested around the turn and down the home stretch, when Stampede broke to the front under the inspiration of timber, and passed under the string an easy winner. Second Race. Jockey Club purse, $350 for all ages, mile and repeat. First heat. This heat waa won by that old racer, Quartermaster, by nearly two lengths, beating B. F. Carver, second, as judged (although Emir waa undoubt edly second, being half a length ahead of Carver.) Emir third, Mary L., fonrth. Time, 1:49. In the pools Carver sold for $35, Quar termaster and Emir for $30 each, Mary L., $8, bat after the above heat. Quar termaster stock went up to $140, Carver, $50, the Field, $20. Second Heat. It was a waiting race op to the three-quarter mile post, when Carver, Quartermaster and Emir brush ed for the front. Quartermaster took the timber kindly and came in, leading Carver by his length ; Emir third, Mary L., distanced. Time, 1:46 j. ' BACES TO-DAY. Jockey Club purse $150 for all agea, one mile and repeat. The entriea and value in pools are: Ida Wells, $16; Quits, $30; Vandalite, $10; Ellen Berry, Mary L. and Chris Doyle in the field, $10. Minor stakes, mile and repeat, for three year olds, that had not appeared in publio prior to the closing of this stake; subscription $25, p.p., to which the Club will add $300. There are eight entriea, yet but two will start, Mollie M'Coun and Moonbeam. No fools were aold for thia race last night. Jockey Club purse $200 for all ages, mile and a quarter. The entriea and value in the pools are: Edwin Adams, $20; B. F. Carver, $13; Port Leonard, $6; Lady Greenfield, $2. Oxi lot slightly damaged fashionable linen collars at $1 per doien, w or tit $3, at Sproole A MeCowa'a. 62 Dooley Teaat Powder. The superiority of this Baking Pow der has long been demonstrated by every housekeeper who has used it, and from the steadily increasing demand for a re liable article. The universal expression is that it ia the best in the market, and its perfect purity and freedom from dele terious substances warrants the asser tion. To those who have never used it, we say give it a trial, and your testi mony to its worth will be added to the many thousands of others. Sold by grocers generally. Dooley & Brother, G9 New street, New York, manufac turers. 57-eod Oxe lot slightly damaged fashionable linen collars at $1 per dozen, worth $3, at Sproule & McCown's. 62 . m It costa but five cents to test the accu racy of Coleman's assertion, regarding his five cent Havanas. Remember the number, 200 Main street. One lot slightly damaged fashionable linen collars at $1 per doxen, worth $3, at SDroule & McCown's. 62 KAI1X & FUEIBERti, 1S, ITland 17S Main .tract, earner of Poplar. Cneape.t domealle. a"d bonier? Isslbeellr. Hive a. a eall aad convince yoor.eir. Go to Sproule 4 McCown's and exam ine their stock and prices before pur chasing your clothing. 62 Concert To-Kls;ht. To night the initial concert of the Esther Club of Old Folks will be given at the theater. The "musick of ye olden time " will be presented by lead ing professionals and amateura, who will appear in appropriate customs char acteristic of the period. Mr. James Eirkland will act aa director, while Professor Perring will preside at the piano. The entertainment will be mu sical, grotesque and entertaining, and will be attended by an audience com posing the worth and beauty of Mem-, phis. Tickets can be secured at Cleaves k Carnes,' for reserved teats. Ir you want bargains in clothing, go to Sproule A McCown. 62 SEW ENTERPRISE. A flrat-f Inea Job Prlatlstsr OHIee. The art of printing has advanced in Memphis to a high plane. In no city are there better printing offices or more skillful workmen. Competition advancea all branches of business, and improves the quality of work done. Our scientino reporter visited the new and elegant printing establishment of Tracy & Co., at No. 295 Second atreet, near the cor ner of Madison. Mr. A. A, James, late of H. Wade & Co., ia superintendent of the new establishment. He is an ac complished workman, and thoroughly understands the job printing and blank book branches oi the business. The new house will make a specialty of mercan tile work, although doing all kinds of plain and fancy printing. The establish ment baa new type and presses, and em ploye the best workmen in the art typo graphical. Go and visit the new house, and let them " put np a job" for you. You will certainly call again, aa the job will give unqualified sathfuction. KAUN&FREIHKKU. OOO Pair, or elegant ea.Blnaere pant., tit. , ! Bouquets and flower baskets are very popular at the grand Exposition build ings these nights. Clotmno at Sproule A McCown's cheaper than ever offered in this market. Christian Brother' College re.tl .. val. Thia evening the Exposition building will be the place of resort for those who would court pleasure and recreation, being the occasion of the grand festival and bazar, given nnder the auspices of a number of prominent ladies and gentle men for the benefit of the Christian Brothers' College. Particular attention haa been given to the aeenring of good music for the occasion, which ia guar anteed by the fact that the Professors Arnold and Handwerker, and a number of gentlemen among the first in .the ranks of the musical profession ia Mem phis, have been engaged in the orches tral department, so that here will be found an attraction alone that will secure a good attendance, even if the price of admission were three-fold. The College band will also be in attendance each day, so that there will be variety aa well as rarity in the complement of mu aic The festival will be continued on Wednesday and close en Thursday evening. Admission, fifty cents. Sotlee. Fresh Barbour strawberries can be had at Oliver, Finnie & Co.'s daily, j SraocLE A McCown are selling : off their immense stock at reduced prices. 1 62 Pebsoxs going to the Esther Concert to night and to-morrow night, can very conveniently cross to the Exposition building to enjoy good music, dancing, wine, ice cream and a first class aupper. One lot alightly damaged caasimere coats at $5 worth $15 at Sproule A Mc Cown's. ; 62 Prise hhootlnsr. ! A handsome goblet will be put np at the grand festival to-night for the best ahot. The shooting for the prize will be kept up until to-morrow night, 10 J p.m. One lot Blightly damaged cassimore pants at $5, worth $10, at Sproule A Mc Cown's. . 62 One lot slightly damaged cassimere pants at $4, worth $3, at Sproule & Mc Cown's. ' 62 Flowers, bouqets, plants, designs, etc., at Craig's, 379 Main street. 62 One lot slightly damaged cassimere coats at $5 worth $15 at Spronle A Mc Cown's. - 1 C2 Kather flub Concert. ' ' To-morrow, Thursday and Friday evenings the Esther Club will give a series of grand concerts at the Memphis Theater for the benefit of the organ fund of Calvary Church. The pro grammes are excellent at d attractive. The Esther Club trill xr-peur ia costumes of ye olden time, and the vocal and in strumental music will lilit-wicse be of ancient date, which mueic, like old wine, has grown better by being aged. By turning to the advertisement it will be seen that a host of our very best vocal and instrumental musicians will assist in the entertainments. Mr. James Kirkland, to whose musical taste we were indebted for the Esther Cantata at the theater last season, is the ruling spirit of the forthcoming musical at traction. Reserved seals are aellirg off with a rush at Cleaves & Carnea. Those who desire good aeaU had better aecure ticketa in time. Gekuike pressed fine cut, 200 Main. One lot alightly damaged cassimere coats at $5 worth $15 at Sproule 4 Mc Cown's. 62 KAIIS FREIBERG. 2000 Elescant tea-born hai. tor mla.ea and ladle.. OOc One lot slightly damaged cassimere coats at $5 worth $15 at Sproule 4 Mc Cown's. , - 62 Mattresses, awnings and mosquito bars made to order by Martia Eyke, 57 Madison street. 68 Robertson's Business College will be open day and night during the summer. 69 .llval and Bassr. The Christian Brothers' College festi val opened np at the Exposition build ing laat evening. Quite a large attend ance waa present, and all enjoyed them-, selves. The four refreshment tables were surrounded by ladies who waited npon their gueals in the most charming manner. The floral department, where hnnnneta can be had for a mere trifle, is presided over by a bevy of young ladies, who rule like floral goddesses. They are Misses Julia Semmes, Emma Ether- idge, Blanche Speed, Annie Semmes, Fanny O'Reilly, Ada Goodman, lizzie R.hh . Annie McNamara. Mollie Davis and Mamie Blackburn. During the evening 8axby's band of professional musicians discoursed the music divine to the great edification of all visitors. The students band of tbe Christian Brothers also cloyed several airs during the evening, for which they were com plimented with deserved applause. The festival continues to-dey and to morrow, and will doubtless attract large crowds npon both occasions. The ad mission fee is fixed at fifty cents. One lot slightly damaged cassimere, pants at $5, worth $10, at Sproule 4 Mc Cown'e. 62 Removal. St. Bernard Coal Association removed to No. 13 Madison street, next door t Lidueb office. 56-t Humboldt Park will be ready for pic nics by May 1st. For terms apply to - John J. Depp, 319 Main street. et38-43-48 J. W. X. Browse, No. 16 Jefferson atreet, puts in water pipes, gas pipes and steam pipes at tbe lowest prices and in the best style. 60 Best Quality of river sand in any quantity at the old coal yard, foot of Market street. 60 TAILORING. The well known fashionable merchant tailor, A. H. Goodman, 190 Main st., has just received another invoice of fine tailoring goods direct from the import ers. The dull business in the East ena bled Mr. Goodman to buy those goods at low prices, and he wishes to inform the public that he will make them up at reasonable prices. His styles of making np cannot be surpassed. Give him a call and examine his goods and prices. 80 One lot slightly damaged cassimere pants at $4, worth $3, at Sproule A Mc Cown's. ' 62 News. Billy Lieben baa taken pos session of the old news stand No. 236 Main, near Jefferson, and haa fitted it np regardless of cost. He has all the May magazines, Scribner, Frank Leslie, Popalar Science Monthly, etc., and the latest papers from ajl parts of the world. Boast ! the World. For dressing and preserving harness. Sold by 70 W. S. Bruce A Co. European Hotel and Ke.taorant. Corwin, of Merchant's Restanrant fame, has fitted np a number of fur-, nished rooms in connection with his dining palace. They are located np stairs in the Kit Williams block, corner of 8econd and Madison street. Furni ture and carpets, etc., all new. Apart ments well ventilated and commodious; private dining-rooms attached, ' and everything calculated to make guests and patrons happy. Try him once, and yon will be sure to cull again. 78 MOKNItili CLAbS-S. 41 I 48 I 5 I 34 I 74 I 37 I 53 I 6 I 24 1 12 I 27 I 35 Momohis. May 6. 1K74. DISSOLUTION. DISSOLUTION. niHE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE L .listing between K. I). Cobb and R. M. lsradlord under the name of L. D. Cuhb A Co.. is this day dissolved by mutual eon-ent. t.. u. UUlili. K. it. BRADFORD. R. M. BRADFORD. Asent of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company, renting the olli ees ef the late firm. &o. 2j6 Front street, and will continue ihr Sf-Mimhont Arn'-v. M-t MUSIC. KstalslittlieO in ls5U. E. A. BENSON'S OLD AND RELIABLE WholesaleMusicHouse i -And- PIAK0-FORTE WAEER003IS, 317 Main Street. IS WOW orHKIHB ov BK1ISON A CO.'S Pianos from$'W) to 450 mr VOIIK 4 SONS' Pianos from :S0 te $500 mm- BA8LKH Pianos from ,.400 to $0 mw BTWlfWATASON'B Pianos..!'- to 10 sjesr MASCN A HAMLIN Oraans...S100 to 5C0 100 riAXOS FOR SALE on Monthly Payments, as Follows I Ctk Dovn too iico iiM i:oo r:M !3co ;J50 jtoo tm fcoo. Monthly Poviecnf $45 $40 $35 $30 X ?0 115 110 $5 -Or a Liberal Discount for all Cah Down. Sheet Mnsio and Mnsical Bf erchandlse XOW IS TnKTIME TO BUY Country MerrhnnLr Poheola and Seminarlea will please send in their or-ler., as I can fill tL.m at Litss i ban Sew lork pnw, for cash. or seod city aoeei-iancw ""--i 'V.anoa Tuned and Repaired M compe tent workmen, b. A. hhNbiin, 2-t 317 Main street. Memphis, Tenn.