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MEMPHIS AND LoTI'iviLLE RAILROAD, Arrival. Leavoi. PApglt. Pann 1 Pftnor I PaTlfir DT . v; ri n . l Tv i Minn A.M. r.H. Express, except Sunday... 8.00 Wail Train 4.10 freight and Aocommoda- tiun, except Sunday...... 10,10 Brownsville Accoramod'n S.80 A.M. r.M. 3.00 1.10 6.10 4.10 Dopot at head of Main iuhV Ticket Office, 287 Main atreet, corner of Madison. MIS8IH6IPPI AND TENNK88KB R. R. , Arrival. Leave. A.M. P-M. 1.00 4.15 6.25 JS. O. HaU (daily) 2.50 Express, " 8.50 Yreighttdaily'ex. Sunday) 6.10 Jepet at foot of Main street. Ticket Office. 257 Main street, corner of Hsdison. M. BURKE. Gen'I Sup't. MEMPHIS AND LITTLE ROCK RAILROAD Arrival. Leaves. Mail Train daily.;... SuB'' fc roight and Aoooinmoda tion 8.10 , P v. 3.25 7.15 Sleeping oars on nail train. ' Dopot Center Landing, fuot of Washington street, 'iioket bllicai, iSl leor. Aiauisom and zits Main street. A. o. hi tnjiuitii, lien. Bup t. PADUCAH AND MEMPHIS RAILROAD. Xail and Freight Train leaves 4:00 p.m arrives 9:00 a.m The mail and freight train leaves Covi iston for Memphis at 7 a.m. and returns to Coving- con at cio p.m. trains leaving Memphis will tart from the Underwriters' Warehouse. J. W. WILWTR (Jen'l Snn't. RAILROADS. LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI Short Line Railroad FOIl CIlWCINVA.rX'I AND THE EAST! The Q oldest, Best and Only Route Bunning a Double Daily Lin Follmnn Dnwlng-Boein Kieflasr tonK-lir. from Lonlavllle lo 4Jolnabn, ., Pliinborg, , Harrlnbarirti, ' ' PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK and other Eastern cities , WITUODT CllANGK. THE ONLY LINE WITH WHICH PA SSEN gers from the (South make Direst Connec tion at Ixiville with Through Cor for New York AVOIDING FROM 7 TO lfi 110UHS DELAY incident to. and ARRIVING ONK "TRAIN IN ADVANCE of all other lines. Time from Louisville to New York i ... . Only Thirty-One Honrs. This Lfoe U Strne Ballasted add entirely f RKE VROM DUST. Being equipped with the celebrated Wesiinghouse Air-Brake, pre clude! all possibility of collisions. MaXY All It Alt LIXE Between Louisville and Cincinnati, passing over tho flreatlron Railway Bridge 8t Cinin fiati, making Direct Connection with call trunk lines from the North and East- Tickets for sale VIA LOUISVILLE AND THE S1KIRT LINE at all tioket offices in the outh and Southwest. .. tK Its TVER, flea. 8p't. S. S. Parkkr, Uen. Pass, and Ticket Agt. 130-t , ' LOUISVILLE AND NASHVlUE gv AMD iJreat Southern Railroad. . HCIIEDULE. 'Express Train leaves daily (Sunday excepted) - ' a.m freight and Accommodation Train leaves dally, Sundays excepted... 6:10 '.m Mail Train leaves daily..... 1:10 p.m -Brownsville Accommodation leaves daily (Sundays excepted) 4 :10 p.m WTWo change of cars by this line for Lo lis. wille, St. Lonis or Nashville. Pullman Pa laco-llleeping-ears on all night trains. For Tickets or information apply at TfCltet Offlce, 287 Slain, cor. Madison. JOHN T. FLYNN, Hup't Memphis Div. Jamm Sprsn. Ticket Agent. ?4-t PLUMBERS. 3IcD0N0UGII& COLLINS (Successors to JOS. FLANK ERY ft CO.) IVos. 53 and 55 Jefferson Street, PLUMBERS, Clas and Steam Pipe Fitters. ALSO DEALERS IN GAS FIXTURES, IRON AMD LEAD PIPE PUMPS, Brass Goods, Batli Tabs, Wash Stands, Sinks, Fountains, Etc. rlva Wells a Specialty. 1S1.viii S4 JWALJLAPER Wall Paper and Paint Store. B EAUTIFUL STYLES OF WALL PAPER, new patterns. At 15 cents per Roll ! Now is tbe time to get yaur papering done cheap at JOS. TAGUS,343 Main Street. REMOVAL. REMOVAL. WE TAKE PLEASURE IN INFORMING our friends and the public that we have opened at the well-known stand, No. 240 Main street, corner of Jefferson, where with mora room and increased facilities we shall be bet ter able to supply our customers. We come to stay, and having had an experience of many years in catering to the public taste, think wa can please Thankful for the sup port of our many patrons at our Poplar street house (which for their benefit will be con tinued), we respectfully solioit a share of the trade, pledging prompt attention and goods of unsurpassed quality and cheapness. Give ns trial. ery respectfully. WM. DEAN ft CO., SA-4T WVnin street, cnr. .Ifffrsnn. MEDICAL. UHE ML C. WILLIAMS' IBalsam. Wild Cherry AND WOOD NAPTEA FOR Coughs, Colds, Consumption, BRONCHITIS, AND ALL Diseases of the Throat and Lungs. For Sale hj all Druggists. I JJU JQL XClirlit Dollars Jer Annum. vol. xvnr. PUBLIC JjEDGER. THE PUBLIC LEDGER 18 PUBLISHED every afternoon (except Sunday) at No. 13 Madison streot. ... Th Pluir rn l..nnt. I. fl.rrHn to CltVSnnScri- bors by faithful oarriers at FIFTEKN CENTS I'KR WEEK, payable weekly to tne earners. By mail (in advanoelt One year, 6t six months. 14: three months. 12: one month. to cents. Newsdealers supplied at 2V, cents per copy Weekly Public Ledger, Published every Tuesday at f2 per snnura (in advance); clubs of five or more, $1 50. Communications upon subjects of general interest to the puulio are at all times aooept- aole. Rejected mannsoripts villvot ba returned RATES OF ADVERTISING IN DAILY : First insertion $1 00)6r square subsequent insertions DO For one week 3 00 " " For two weeks.... ...... ... 4 60 " For three week . .. 6 00 " " For one month 7 50 " " BATES OF ADVERTISING IN WEEKLYi First insertion '. II 00 pcrsquars Suhequeni inertinns 50 " " Eight lines of nonpareil, illd, constHata a Displayed advertisements will ba charged according- to the spao occupied, at above rates there binf twelve lines of solid type to the inch. if. v Tn Tmtrnn nflvArti.Ars wa nfTer annerior in ducements, both as to rate of charges and manner ot aifniayina; meir lavors. Notices in local column inserted for twenty eents per line for ei.ch insertion. epnuiai notices iuserted for ten cents per line for eaoh Insertion. ' Nouces of deaths and marriages, twenty cants per line. All bids for advertising are due whan oon traoted and payable on demand. All letters, whether upon Business or ether wise, must ba addressed to f , K, nuiinuan, Pnbliphrr and Proprietor. PAKIS IN 1703. Vivid "Htrh nt the Clijr from Victor llDKa'a Lnat Hovel. , Very few of the largest shop were open, reripaietic naoeraasnerv ana toy 8h ops were d ranged about by women, lighted by Candles, which dropped their tallow- on the merchandise. Open air shops were kept by ex-nuns in blonde wigs. The mender, darning stockings in a stall, was a counters; that dress maker a marchioness. Madame de Uonfllers inhabited a garret, from which she could look out at her own hotel. Hawkers ran about offering the " papers of news." Persons who wore cravat that hid their chins were called "the scrofulous." Street dingers swarmed. The crowd hooted Pitou, the royalist song writer, and a valiant man in the bargain. Tbey danced the carmagnole in great circles. Tbey no longer said gentleman and lady, but citizen and citizeness. Tbey danced in the mined cloisters with the church lamps lighted on the altars, with cross-shaped chande liers hanging irom the vaulted roofs and tombe beneath their feet. Blue "blue tyrant's waist-coats " were worn. There were liberty-cap shirt pins, made of white, blue and red stones, ine Kue de Richelieu was called the street law; the Faubourg of Glory; a statue of Nature stood in the Place de la Bastile. At the Invalides the statues of the saints and k;ngs were crowned with Phrygian caps. They played cards on the curb stonss at the crossings. The packs of cards were also in full tide of revolution ; the kings were replaced by genii, the queens by the goddess of liberty, the knaves by figures representing equity, and the aces by impersonations of law. Tbey tilled the public gardens ; the plow worked at the Tnilleries. With all these excesses was mingled, especially among the con quered parties, an indescribable haughty weariness ot me. A man wrote to t ou quier Finville, "Have the goodness to tree me irom existence. Ibis is my ad dress." Newspapers appeared in legions The hair dressers men curled the wigs of women in public, while the master read the Moniteur aloud. People went to have thfiir fortunes told by Martin, at No. 173 in the Rue d'Anjou. There was a lack of bread, ot coa's, ot soap. Flocks of milch cows might be seen coming in from the country. At the Vallee lamb sold at . fifteen francs per pound. An order of the Com mune asssigned a pound of meat per head every ten days. Peo ple stood in rank at tbe doors of the butchers' shops. One of these files had remained famous; it reached from a grocer's shop in the Rue des Petit Ca neau to the middle of the Rue Montor gueli. To form a line was called " hold ins: the cord." from a long rope which was held in the hand of those standing in the row. Amid this wretchedness, the women were brave and mild. They passed entire nights awaiting their turn to get into the bakers' shops. Wood cost four hundred francs in coin per cord; people could be seen in the streets sawing up their bedsteads. In the winter the fountains were frozen; two pails of water cost twenty sous; every man made himself a water carrier. A gulden louis was worth WJU (paper; francs. A coarse in hackney coach cost 600 francs. After a day's use of a carriage, this sort of dialogue might be heard: "Coachman, how much do I owe you?" "Six thousand francs." A green grocer woman sold 20,000 francs' worth rf vrlables a day. A beggar said: "Help me, in the name of chanty I It took 231 francs to finish paying (or my shoes. I bare was no battering among this people. There was the som bre joy of having made an end of thrones. Volunteers abounded; each street furnished a battalion. That eminent prelate, the Bishop of :- i.'-i.n.i k. J.. i. -.j Ma him if- e r t : , i. . l l&eu in lavur of creuiauuu. ai ine secration of a burial ground at Bol- con ton , RS BAIU ilia. I. UIU vcu fiuNKru by SD CUllllCUh ii;aiviau 1 u Ol itead of burying our bodies in the ins ground a practice which was said to entail sanitary mischief and a great loss . . i l J I 1 J I A J of valuaoie lanu wo buuuiu uuru uciu lies; and it was now a question of the mation of bodies, instead of their in- bod ere termenl. The New York police are to be drilled with wooden swords. IA.ItI:ST CITY MEMPHIS, TENN.: THUESDAY EVENING, MAY 7, 1874. " Boat'i, Charier." "Don't, Charley," came to my ears in a sweet, musical tone, while I was seated in a railway car last summer. I should not have heard tbe soft, touching voice had it not been very near me. I looked to see who it was thnt had spoken, and saw a sweet, beautiful woman upon the seat in front of me. A hair sad look rested upon the young face that was all aglow with love and tenderness. A young man was seated by her side whose face wore a restless, dissipated look, and in a moment I comprehended it all His face was flushed slightly, and I knew why it was thus. He was talking verv fast to some one in advance of him, and once I heard a low oath. " Don't, Charley," she said again, in tbe sweet voice. But Charier did not Beem to heed the words, but went on in a half wild way to the man. Several more oatbs came Irom bis lips; bnt tne woman remained silent, vet looking so plead' ingly at tne erring one that I thought, il he had been half human, he would have heeded the mild, loving reproof that was so visible in her tear-oimmed eves. A friend bv my side whispered in my ear, They have been married Jst oae year. "He is a brute, I only earn 10 repiy, At that moment I saw the young hue band wink slowly to the man, and then they both arose and went iato' tbe baggage car. I understood the move ment when I saw a bottle protruding frnm the husband s eoat Docket. . . " Dos t Charley: doa t go,' tbeyoung wife bad pleaded before he got beyood her reach; but he tore himself from her light grasp, and rushed along. tier eyes filled with tears, and a low moan came from her pale lips, and then she bowed her head and wepi silently. . He came back in a tew moments, nig face flushed still more, and his voice a kev or two loader than before. He brushed rudely past the wife, evidently to get near the ear window. Let me alone, Mag, he said, as sne laid her hand upon his arm. " Women are always in Ue way," he said, sgain turning to tbe aian m tront ot inm. . i -. Tbe man turned away, ana i aia not bear her sweet, reproving voice again. How I Ditied that young, loving wile. and how often I wonder if her sensitive heart must suffer and bleed for many long years. 1 think not, for her tender, Icvitig soul; and trail, slender noay win not bear each unkindness. Strange how soon liquor will transform human beings into unfeeling monsters, and chill the ardent, loving nature of a tender hus band and trusting wife. '' Rwcdfin by Vaadlellirbs. The Sweden summer is very short, and the year has hardly any spring; or au tumn. But the summer days are very long, and tbe Bun, after setting, sinks only a fiw degrees under the horizon, filling the whole space during the night with a mystical luminousness which makes even the pig-etye romantic. At midnight you can walk in the garden and read a letter from your mother. And bow singular tho letter is! Every word in it has a new meaning, and so has every object around you. Tbe streets, the houses, the old church, the river, the bills, all look so strange, and yet they all look as if you had never before seen their true shape, and never before under stood their true meaning. The houses do cot press the ground with their weight; they float in tbe air like pic lure The river does not push its waves forth through a melancholy fall from one pebble to another, it only turns its hands, rapidly and gently, to catch the images of the stars. The trees do not suck and heave and toil for a bit of existence; no, they breathe, they live, they whisper about Paradise, Sw'edeuborg's idea of spiritual bodies was by no means a grotesque no tion. It was one of the most natural and most beautiful illusions the human imagination ever gave birth to. It was a genuine child of the Swedish summer night. The clattering and the hammer ing, and all the noises of the town, are asleep. The splash of the water falling down the cataract in the birch wood is transformed into a sweet melody, whose subdued notes swing in the air, now sounding near to your ear and now echoing far off. But this, as all individ ual sounds, the chirping of the insects in the tree, the clap of your steps on the rocky path, the cracking of the paper in your baud, are soon hushed by the deep stillness which from the terrace with the lonely lake and the somber pine forests draws nearer and nearer till it covers all tbe world with silence. Only one individual sound can be distinguished, one single drip of water falling into a sil ver basin, one single note struck on tbe deepest string of an instrument. It is tbe echo of tbe first cataract, a hundred miles distant, for off among the moun tains. Distance seems here merged into infinity and time into eternity. Dlckeaa' Dearrlplloss af Oaoraje NaaM. At the house of Madam Viardot, in 1855, Dickens dined in company with George Sand, of whom he gives an odd description: I suppose it to be impossible to im agine anybody more unlike my precon ceptions than the illustrious Sand. Just the kind of a woman in appearance whom you might suppose to be the Queen's monthly nurse chubby, ma tronly, Bwarthy, black-eyed. Nothing of the blue stocking about her, except a little final way of settling all your opin ions with hers, which I take to have been acquired in the country where she lives, and in tbe domination of a small circle. A singularly ordinary woman in appearance and manner. Eleven ladies started together for the railroad depot at North Adams, Mass. They were going to a woman's rights convention, and they marched along the sidewalk in a vigorous, determined way. The keepers of the saloons took them for crusaders, and put up the shutters nntil they had gone by. rrrz-v H H 8 u u u ll l i Lt & n lain r U 1 'i U M.a M-Ei-S S A4 JH -AM U OIROUL.ATION. ' A Pleasant Place for Parker, Our young friend Parker went round the other evening to visit the two Miss Smiths. After conversing with them for a while, Miss Susan excused herself a few moments, and went up stairs. Presently Parker thought he beard ber coming, aud, slipping behind the door, he suggested that tbe other miss should tell Miss Susan that be had gone But it wasn't Miss Susan, it was old Mr. Smith in his slippers. As he entered he looked around and said to his daughter: "Ah, hat So Parker's gone, has he? Good riddance. I don't want nay such lantern jawed, red-haired idiot foolin' round here. He hasn't got tbe sense of a rut.tabaga turnip, or money eaoogh to bay a clean shirk. He gets none of my daughters. I'll shake the everlasting life out of him if I catch him here again, toind me!" Just as he eonelnded Susan eame down, aid not perceiving Parker, said: "Thank goodness, he's goner That nan is enough to provoke a saint. I was awfully afraid he was going to stay aad spend the evening. Mary Jane, I hope yon didn't ask him to eome again." Then Parker didn't know whether to stay or bolt, while Mary Jane looked as if she would like to drop into the cellar. But Parker finally walked out, rushed to tbe entry, seized bis hat, shot down the steps and went home meditating upou the emptiness of human happiness and the uncertainty of the Smiths. He bas not called since. ' ' ' A musical critic in Springfield discov ered that tbe singers were out . of The highest salary paid to clergymen in New York is twelve thousand dollars. Ouly two receive this sum. v Boston pays f57 93 per thousand for granite paviog blocks. SPECIAL NOTICE. To ill, particularly invalids, spring is a trying season. Indications of sickness should at once ba attended to. Fatal diseases may ba caused bar allowing the bowols to become constipated, and the system to remain, in a disordered candition, until the disorder has time to develop itself. An ounao of preven tion is worth a pound of eura, Is an old and trutbful saying. Therefore, we advise all who ara trouble J with the complaints now very prevalent headache, indigestion, disordered liver, want of appetite, nausea, or fAerish skin, to take, without delay, Scbenck's Man drake Pills. We know of no remedy so harm leas and decisive in its action. It at once strikes at the root of the disease and produces a healthy tone to the system. People never need solTer from any disease arising from disordered condition of the liver if they would take this excellent medicine when they feel the first indications of the malady. Families loarina- home for thA summer months should take three or four boxes or these puis with them. '1 bey bave an almoBt instantaneous effect. They will re lieve the patient of headache in one or two hours, and will rapidlv cleanse tbe liver of surrounding bile, and will effectually prevent a bilious attack. They are sold by all drug gists. -rpfd-79 LEGAL. Attachment Kotice. Watkiis Mitchell A Co. vs. decree Lemly. 1JN X1U3 VALSE A 11 ALUM fciM i I1AV ina been sued ont under section M'tb of the Code of Tennessee, aud returned by a proper officer levied upon the property of tho defend ant, and affidavit having bee made thnt the defendant is justly indebted to tbe plaintiff in the sum of 122 74. by account, and that de fendant is a non-resident ef the State of Ten nessee; it is thorefore ordered that defendant make bis personal appearance before William Wallace. J. P.. on the 2olh dav of Slav. Ib74. at ton o'clock a.m , aud defend ssid attach ment suit within the time prescribed by law. of the same will he proceeded with ex parte; and tnat a copyoi mis order be puoiiBnea tor four suoceiiaive weeks in the Memphis Publio Ledger. This 2uth day of April. 174. 44 50 56-62 WM. W ALLACK. J. P. Attachment Xollce. WatVins, Mitchell & Co. vs. M. C. Priddy. TN Tills CAl'iSE AN ATTACHMENT H A V 1 inv been sued out under sectiun 34"5 of the Code of Tennessee, and returned by a i roper officer, levied upon the property of defendant, and affidavit having been made that the de fendant is lUKtly indebted to tho plaintin in the sum of Slll-i 68. by account, and that de fendant is a non-rcMdent of the fctate ot ten nessee; it is therefore ordered that defendant make his personal appeiirauce before William Wallace, J, P., on the 26th day of Mar. 174. at ten o clock a.m., and defrnd said attach ment suiW-within the time prescribed by law, or tbe same will be proceeded with ex parte; and that a copy of this order be pvblinhed for four successive weeks in the Memphis Public Ledger. This 2 th dny of April. 1H74. 44-5U 56-62 WM. WALLACE. J. P. Trustee's Kale. PURSUANT TOTIIK TERMS OF A DEED fa trust to me, executed by George W. and Frank M. Murphy, dated 8eptember 1, 1H73, and duly regintored in tbe Register's office of Fhelby county, Tennessee, in Deed Book No. 87, page I57, 1 will, on Saturday, the ICth day orMay, 1874, St the southeast corner of Couit Square, in the city of Memphis, Shelby county. Tonnes see, sell to the highest hi i-ler, for cash, within legal hours, the undivided two-thirds interest in and to the certain tract of land situate, lying and being on the north side of Linden street, in tbe city of Memphis, Tennessee, and beginning .VI feet east of the northeast in tersection of Main and Linden streets; thenca east with the north line ef Linden street 60 feet; thence north and parallel with the east line of Main street ISO feet; then ia west 60 feet; thence south !-') feet to tho place of be ginning. Terms cash. Equity ef redemptioa barred. Title believed lobe good, but I will sell and canvey only as Trustee. D. II. POSTON, Tru'tee. PsTTgasoK & Lowg. Attorneys. .2 61 Trntee'g (Sale. PURSUANT TO THK TERMS OF A DKED in trust to me executed on tbe 17th day of January. 1S73, duly registered ia Deed Book So. fl. page 475. by Mathias Jones and bis wife liacnah Jones, I will, en Safurdar, 6th day of Jane, 1874, at the southeast corner of Court Square, In the city of Memphis, Irnn., within legal hours, sell to tbe hishrst bidder, for cash, the certain property situated ia Shelby county, Tenn., and known as block B on the plan of f ott Pickering, to which tru-t deed and tbe reference therein made, speeisl refer nre is here ni;ids for rreaur certainty Terms of nite ca-h. Kquity of redemption barred. Title believed lo be good, but I will only sell and eonvey as Tm(ee. WM K. P05T0N, Trustee Hrvu A Posrog. Attorneys. Fifteen Cents per Week NO.. 58 a o o o o h 2 - rs3 i ' -4 1 o o ar S3 3 M SO rs w rrf 3- K H H r ' n to INS W 2 H 58 M e a H O ' 1 CO J o o So t H O H 13 W o 3 e o -a W i is w THE OLD RELIABLE. FRANKLIN noon: bixueky, Blank Book Manufactory And PRINTING HOUSE, 1 J West Court street, MerapMs. H. O. TOOF, s I Proprietor BOOKS BOUND AJfD MANUFACTURED. hcAipiapHi.iT to the riaisT noox in the country, tha Eastern market aot excepted in quality or price. Flu) Blank Hoofc'e a Special?. Kflt ARTIFICIAL LIMBS. WICK ETTA itKsnti, 516 Broadway, New York, successors to Selpho & Bon manufacturers o imoroved artifl rial Lers and Arms, equal, if not superior, in lightness, elastic ity, natural mo tion and duranii ity to any in the world. Send for pamphlets. Ref erence: J. Har vey Mathes, Mem phis. H-rtf YEAST POWDER. try Dooley's Yeast Powder Is 'perfectly Pure and Wholesome. Dooley'8 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 nreau, etc. Dooley's Yeast Powder Makes all kinds of Dumplings, Pot-Pies, Cases and rastry, nice, light and neaitny. Dooley's Yeast Powder Is tha Bast, because perfectly pure. Dooley's Yeast Powder Is the Cheapest, because full weight. Dooley's Yeast Powder Is guaranteed to give satisfaction. m . chid w me ,i Dooley's Yeast Powder TO. . . . .1- r and do not be put off with any other kind. Dooley's Yeast Powder Is put op in Tin Cans of various sises, suita ble for Families, Boarding llouses. Hotels, Kesaurants and River. Lake and Ocean Vessels on short or long voyages. Tha Market is flooded with Cheap. Inferier Baking and Yeast Powders of ligh t or short Weight. DOOLhY'S YEAST PoWDfcK " warranted full sirens to aad full weight. Sold at wholes.le and retail, f''! throughout the I nited Mates, by dealers in Groceries aad Family iSnrplios. X 85-x-xl20-dw .:!f3 WW J 9 m Ml I ivmr I mmmm A. USfVA m'v - K mt ALL KI1ID. A. V. DU POUT tt 002 Kmnafsvenmi Md VhoIsaJDaslr; LaniSTlHe, KeahicKjr-. Em J art ramevad h tbrt lit. torn four-story waxehoiua. No. 1M Main Jt , so-t o o CD fist 3 " tr m i b I l o f m CD P a 9 M f St e ' st X -a S Sc '-f g 3 s - 3 H as - 2 M ; W CD H p 5 5 a. a OB WJ' r o "I 3 O i CO I ' o CO INSURANCE. NOTICE. Ornci WiSHrnSToar Frni arn Mi ami r . Insubarci Co., January lfi, 174. i AT A MEETING OF THE DIRECTOR of this Company, tha following gentla men were elected ofllcers for the year: J. W. JKFFERSON, President. ' T. B. D1LLARD. Vioe President.,. . GEO. W. L CROOK, Secretary. WASHINGTON FIBE AVD MABIHK , . INSURANCE COMPANY, Office, 5 1-2 Madison St, Memphis, . . Te set. Policies Issaed apea Fire, Marine and Inlaatt risks at equitable rates. J. W. JEFFERSON, President T. B. DILLARD, Vice Prea't G. W. L. CROOK, Secretary. DIBICTOBsi J. W. JFFFERSON, of J. W. Jefferson ft Co. T. B. DILLARD, Cotton Factor. J. N. OLIVKR. of Oliver. Finnia ft Co. JONATHAN RICE, of Rica, iitii ft Co. WM. SIMPSON, of Pettit ft Simpson. J R. GODWIN. Cotton Factor. G. V. RAMBAUT. of S. M. Appersoa A Co. MERCHANTS FIRE AXD XAttlSE INSURANCE COMPANY OF MEMPHIS Office : No. 18 Madison St. OFFICERS. M. L. MEACITAM, t t Presides A. If. McKAT, : t Tlce Presides WM. GAT, i j i : Secretary BOARD OF DIRECTORS. M. L. ME ACHAMef M. L. Meacham ft Co. A. N. McKAT of Sledge, McKay ft Co. S. MANSFIELD of Mansfield ft High. WM. JOYN R.of Joyner, Lemmon ft Gal. WM. B. GALBREATH Cotton Faotor. Hon. JOHN OVERTON. Jr Memphis. J. M. PKTTIGREW. of Edwards. Pettiaraw ft Co. ISAAC SCHWAB of Schwab ft Co. B. F. HALLER. of Hollowell. CrockoU ft nailer. "Takes Fire and Marina risks. Dwelling linn.. ,.1 P...I,. Kf A. -Tl ' - .11 WWUU . . ' -1 V .in , V. allv solicited. lW)-Tviii-fiS COTTON FACTORS. OWEN, McNUTT & CO COTTON ITA.CXOI18, RECETVINO. FORWARDING ASDGE1T eral Commission Merchants, Lee Blook. 13 Union St Memphis, Tenn. All entton ovAth.p neAilne. eonsirned to- at Insured, nnless otnerwise instructed. Bac- f ing, roe and other supplies furn ished at tho nwt mnrp,et iiriM. ini-gviii-Hir) PHYSICIAN. DR. II. FOLZ HAS- REMOVED -TO- 121 ADAMS STREEgT., MILLINERY. REMOVAL. Mrs. SALLIE SULLIVAN -EEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A fresh assortment of MILXINEItY GOODS Comprising every variety of Flowers and nibbons. aad the newest styles of HATH AND BONWET8, All at very low prices. So. 255 Main M., Opp. Court Sqssre. Dress Making promrtly attended t'".11 departmeau. 8 B.