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10 Barrels Cracked Wheat, 16 Barrels Graham Floor, 100 Vats old Government Java Coffee OLIVER, FINNIE & CO. l.w-t FILTER AND COOLER. jewett's patent CRYSTAL SPRING FILTER, AND COOLER COMBINED. A perfect sucooss, accomplishing results never claimed for any filter ever before inven ted. This filter is now the acknowledged ctauditrd all over the United btutea and Canadas. FUtered Bain or River Water Preferable. THE ADVANTAGES DERIVED IN U8IN(J filtered "rain" or ' river" w.terover "hard well water" nre being more widely known and appreciated. The " Faculty" give it as their opinion "th, tthe lime and other mineral substances with whi-h river water ta impregnated, i one of the chief ex citing causes of many diseases arising fiotn the varied changes incident to the climate of this country." It has also been averted by " Boards of Health." in variou. citioa. that during the cholera aeaaon at least two-thirda less sickness was found in families using filtered instead of river water. For aalo only bv H. WETTER A CO., 45-70 1:4 and 16 Mcnroe, and Ml Main at. WANTED. w ANTED A GOOD NURSE. APPLY at 300 and S2 Front street. 53-58 WANTED-TO FURNISH BOARD FOR an7 number of horses at lowest rates. Apply at MAMMCTH 3TASL2S, So-t 81 Monroe street. WANTED VAULTS AND CISTERNSTO elean. It. WHITBY k CO., 13-t 2vt) Second street. WANTED A FEO)AYB0ARDKR8 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, auitable for man and wife, nicely fnrnivh-d. Het'-ronee required. I44- ?OR RENT-TWO ROOMS WITH BOARD, 1 at 69 Madison street. , 5ti-61 FOR RENT-STOREHOUSE 348 MAIN, S stories and cellar, at (125 per month. Apply at 323 Main street. 65-60 FOR RENT-THAT VERY CONVENIENT and desirable residenoe No 128 Hernando street. Gas in every room- For particulars apply to ISS-t cVPICER RYAN. IVOR RENT 72 COU 11T ST K E ET, CO R N ER T Third. W.A. WilEATLEY, 34-5tf , 20 Main atroet. If OR SbNT-SM A LL BRICK RESIDE NCE P between Shelby and Tennessee Btreets, OD, Iluling street. E. M 11EARN, 22 t 95 Madison street, F'OR RENT-rMALL COTTAGE ON COM nicrce street, just across the bayou. Ap ply to U. W. MUKPJiY, 20-1 M em phis Theater. L OR KEKT'-FKWTtiB t"0F APRIL, I? store-house No. 2 Howard's Row. Apply to D. D. SAUNDERS, 41 Madison strett. 12-t IOil RENT-COTTAGES, OFFICES, 17 atorea and slee-pins-rooms. MoRAE. M YER- A BNEED, 25-t 279 Main street, up stain. FOR RENT TUB DESIRABLE ST0RE house No. 2;t8 Front street, first house north of E. M. Apperson &. Co. Apply to 155-t W. II. MOOR E, 1W3 Main street. MIR KENT-STORE NO. 244 FROXTsROW. 17 lately occupied by Nathan Bros. Apply to It, AjAT nunix dt iu., 124-t 352 Front street. FOR RENT OFFICES AND SLEEPING rooms in Titua Building, 12 Jefferson at. 12S-t T70R RENT A NEAT COTTAGK HOUSE J. on V ance street, on the lino ot street cars, with four rooms, kitohen ard servants' room, - front and side porch, gas, ball, etc. Inquire at G. W. Dispaich lUioo, No. 7 Madison st. 4!4-t FOR RENT-FOR PICMCS, THAT VEL vet lawn. Jaiuen' Park. 45 9t W. A. WHEATLEY. 280 Main st. FOR RENT-SECOND FLOOR, 2T, MAIN street, suitable for niillinTv ctablibh ment. ' L. A A. L. LO ENiTJIN. 3H- FOR RENT DE.-IR ABLE HOUSE. NO. 50 Avery itrtet. VJiet aoishberhood ; will be rented low to a good tenant. Apply to C. T. PATKIlSON, 3t-t Office Southern Life Ins. Co. FOR RENT -FOR THE YEAR 1874, MY place on the Horn Lake road, three miles from the eity, and known as the Jaoobi Plaoe, House has nine rooms, with five acres ot around attached, well stocked with fruit trees. A splendid place i.ir a garnener. Apply to -t . JKFFER-MN, Ifi M ulis n st. FOR SALE. FOR SALE FURNITURE. Cor'SISTINO of parlor, bed room, dininir-room and kitchen sets. Will sell by the ret or by the ! piece, low for cash All new and in god Jrder. J.U. LISENKURRY, : 57-t No. 9 Water street. T70R RALE WHEELER k WILSON SEW- r ing machine, complete outfit, very little used. Will sell cheap. Machine eaa he seen at the hoase of E. Dary, hatter. No. 347 Main treet. 57-62 FOR SALE-ONE LOT ON GEORGIA PT . No. 44. block 12. F. W. Smith's soedi vision; one house and lot qn Cynthia at., 3 rooms, kitchn and servants' room, beautiful yard, near Vance strret cars. Al.o, lots 37 and 2ti8, cor. Keel aud Siith streets, opposite Ford's Grove, Chelsea. Asply at 24t .Vain street to 5W C. CURTIS. FOR SALE-LOTS IN DIFFERENT P0R tioaaof toe city. Terms reasonable, litlea trfect. JOHN OVEhTON. Jb.. 2S-t 1M Second street FOR SALE AT C. H. BRACKEff-S Co. 'a. 321 Second street, one rockaway and harness, aud one open buftsy; both in ex cellent order and alsiost new. Will sell cheap. 25-t t'ORSALE-HRICK FOR SALE AS LOW as any in the market. Apply to SNOW DEN. OV'ERVoN A CO.. ;onI .tree. RJLE AS E. it LEASE LOTS IN DIFFERENT TOR- tions ol the eity. on lonr time and ren- to'e terms, JOHN OVfcKTuN. Jb.. tL """"" jj RECEIVEK. L , FORICE- I 2'-t 2ol Second sired, 00 Bags Laguajra Coffee, 10 Tierces S. C. KIce, . 25 Barrels Hominy, 15 Barrels Grits. REWARD. REWARD ONQAMELAWSTHB BHTFF City Shooting Club oflcra a reward of $25 In addition to the reward offered by State pen alty, for the apprehension and tonvietion of any person shooting, wounding, trapping or J Killing game 1Q noeiur ooupij iu tiiu" the gam. law. of the State. jjA,HTND8, 42-67 Seoretary B. C. C. LOST. T OST-A ULACK AND WHITE POINTER Li Dog; baa on a reu ana oiaeo. mmtt cu lar. Please return and be rewarded. 58 t J. M. PEiTIUREW, SMS Front it. II. G.. HOLLEXBEKG K.RKPS THK BEST 8TOK Of Pianos, Organs, Sheet Music, KD I SICSICAI. Ml'.KC'II ASiDISE IN TUB CUT. AT Clark's Marble Block, 294 Mala st. JEWELRY. NOTICE TO LADIES! Just received, and daily 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 ba continuously sold at cost in order to reduce stock. I. KOSCHEIt, Ag't, JET PALACE. . 102-t PUBLIC LEDGER. Office t flo. IS Madison Street. LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION. THE CITY. MJilMPHIHi Thursday Eveulnar, May 7. 1874. AMlSEMEJiTS. HUM Olympic Varieties Cbarley White bag opened the Olympic Varieties on Washington street with a splendid troupe of artists. Among others may be mentioned Misses Kathleen O'Neal, Neal Conway, Chrisse- Morrell, Blanche Pearl, Lillian White and a host of others. The Olympic has been thor oughly renovated, having been repainted and decorated so as to make it attract ive to the public. A number of new stars will appear in apid succession, and pro grammes of unusual excellence will be presented nightly. Grand ball to-mor row night. - Vacdevillk Theater. The Vaude. ville (late White's Opera House), on Jef ferson St., is open for the season, under the supervision of J. W. Berkley. A fine troupe has been engaged to appear, among others the Yeddo Japanese, Bar low Brothers, Blanche Forrester, Millie Bassaure, Lizzie Landry, and a number of others. A number of Btar perform ers will appear at the Vaudeville weekly during the summer season. Matinee by tho Japanese and Vaudeville troupe at the Memphis Theater on Saturday. If you want bargains in clothing, go to Sproule 4 McCown. 62 Reopening. The favorite news stand, 105 Beal street, is again in full blast. All the popular literature of the day, including Bow Bells, constantly on hand. 191 News Stand. At Mrs. Mansford's news depot, corner of Second and Mon roe, th latest daily papers, monthly magazines for April, periodicals and news goods can be found. 95t Go to Sproule & McCown's and exam ine their stock and prices before pur chasing.your clothing. 62 Jcht received Wayne's premium self-ventilating refrigerator and ice boxes and beer coolers. TO H. Wetteb & Co. Hoas Beef. Merchants receiving orders for a choice article, in whole, half or quarter barrels, should not forget to call at H. Seessel, Sr., t Son's, No. 72 Jefferson street, corner of Third. 64 One lot slightly damaged fashionable linen collars at f 1 per dozen, worth 13, at Sproule A McCown's. 62 Walls anj ceilings kalsomined snow white or beAEtifulIy tinted, at from $5 to $10 per room, by Hook k, LaGrill, 326 Seeond street 65 Kollee a Bmokerel I am selling the' followiug brands of real Havana cigars at wholesale prices at retail: FIGARO.'? at 5c. apiece; ESCEPT10K3 at 12Jo. apiece; CARO LINAS at 12Jj. apiece; CABANAS at 12Jc. apiece; FLOR DEL FUMAR, three for 25c. Smokers ate invited to call and examine the above brands of genuine Havana cigars. Sol Coi.riiAB, C3 200 Main atroft. , LEDGER LISES. Esther Club concert again to-night at the theater. Races today oyer the Chickasaw Jockey Club course. . The quarantine ordinance passed and has become a law. General Council will meet again on Tuesday afternoon. Christian Brothers' festival at the Ex position building to-night. The incendiary failed to swing bis trusty torch last night. St. George's Society will picnic at James' Park on the 26th. But fonr fires last month; total loss, $1300; caus3, incendiarism. First Baptist church strawberry festi val to night at the church on Second street, near Adams. Professor Mueller's soiree dansante and grand German to morrow evening at Memphis Club Hall. Hereafter no masquerade balls can be held ucless by the permission of the Mayor and Chief of Police. To-morrow morning Billy Lieben will have Norfolk papers, containing lull list of drawing in late Masonic lottery. A meeting of the State Democratic Executive Committee will be held at Nashville on Thursday, the 21st inst. Seagulls float over the big and broad Mississippi in front of Memphis, having followed the course of the river from the gulf. There will be a call meeting of the Knights of Inoisfail on Friday evening at 8 o'clock, at their hall, for very im portant business. Charley Beehn sent in his resignation last evening as Councilman of the Third ward, and S. J. Camp was elected to Cll the vacancy. Runaway horses continue to make it lively for pedestrians on Main street. In the spring of the year animals seem to be on the lope and elope. Since the picnic and festival season set in button hole and coat lappel bou quets have come into fashion. Many Memphians carry a flower garden. A fire broke out last evening at the residence of E. T. Keel, Third street, Chelsea, but -was extinguished before it had a chance to spread. Incendiary. In the Second Circuit Court to-day a divorce bill was filed by Georgiana Stors vs. John Randolph Stors, on the grounds of cruel treatment and abandonment. Petit larceny in Arkansas now in cludes the offense of stealing Supreme Court Judges. Grand larceny is steal ing property of ten dollars or more in value. , Mayor Loague vetoed the resolution appropriating $10,000 to aid in purcha sing a site for the Western Lunatic Asy lum, on the grounds that the property is only valued at $12,000, but the price asked for the same by the owners was $75,000! Sandy Merrill and Mike Gallagher, larcenists, were committed in default of bail by the Recorder to-day. William Shine, watch robber, was sent np; no bail. : Shine stole a watch at the race track and was arrested by detectives McCune and Smith. ' Amateur performance at Memphis Theater next Monday evening in aid of the sufferers by overflow. The. Lanca shire Lass willbe presented to the pub' lie under the auspices of a Chamber of Commerce committee, composed of I. M. II ill, Louis Hanauer, Clarence P. Hunt and F. S. Davis. The body of Wm. D. Dare, who wsb drowned on the 4th ult. by a sahd bank caving into the river at Fort Pickering, was recovered teu miles below the city. Coroner Caldwell held the inquest yes terday. The body, although it had been in the water a month, was but slightly decomposed. The General Council passed the ordi nance making the German National or Union and Planters' Bank the deposi tory for the city's moneys, for the benefit of City Treasurer Kelly. This will re lieve the Treasurer and his bondsmen of considerable responsibility. The Board of Underwriters, in a com munication to Mayor Loague, charge that the city was almost entirely without water in the mains of the Water Com pany for three or four hours on the morn ing of April 5th, when the Panola Oil Works were on fire, and that the mains had been found in that condition several times before. The Banner of yesterday has this item: The cost of criminal prosecutions in the Criminal Court of Shelby County, at the Septembet, 1873, term, amounted to $7,995,60 ; net revenue paid into the State Treasury, by that county, for the nine months, beginning July 1, 1873, and ending April 1, 1874, being $170,63 only. Special deputy sheriff, Stephen Dela- cells, was on trial in the Criminal Court to day on the charge of tampering with and attempting to bribe the jurors in the McLean embezzlement case. The testi mony shows np badly for the officer. Delacella had charge of the jury a por tion of the time during the progress of the case. One lot slightly damaged cassimere coats at $3 worth $15 at Sproule A Mc Cown's. 62 Cold soda and mead at Floyd's, 236 Main street. 63 THE RACES. Vatxlnllte. Hloonbemn d Edwin Adams Carry OH lb. lue Kaesa Te)-lajr. The attendance at the race course yesterday was large, and quite a crowd of ladies occupied the Grand Stand. First Raci. Jockey Club purse $150, for all ages, distance one mile. The entries and value in pools were: Ida Wells, $16; Ouits, $30; Vandalite, $10; Ellen Berry, Mary L. and Chris Doyle in the field, $10. The race was won by Vandalite without the slightest trouble, beating Ida Wells, Quits, Mary L., John McCormack, Chris Doyla, Ellen Berry in same order. Time, 1:47. Second Race. Minor stakes, mile and repeat, for three year olds that had not appeared in public prior to the closing of this stake; subscription, $25, p.p.; to which the club will add $300. There were eight entries, yet but two starters, Mollie McCown and Moonbeam. Pools sold three to one in favor of Moon beam. There was a false start, and Mol lie ran away, throwing her rider and running three miles before she could be headed and stopped. The race was won by Moonbeam by at least eight lengths. Time, 1:58. Third Race. Jockey Club purse $200 for all ages, mile and a quarter. The Gentries and value in the pools were: Edwin Adams, $20; B. F. Carver, $13;" Port Leonard, $6; Lady Greenfield, $2. The race was won by Edwin Adams by three lengths, beating Carver, Lady Greenfield and Port Leonard in the same order. Time, $2:15. races to DAT. Jockey Club purse $200, all ages, mile and a half. .The entries and value in pools are: Quartermaster, $15; Edwih Adams, $16; Limestone, $6; Survoy, $6; Captain Hutchinson, $2. Jockey Club purse $500, all ages, two miles and repeat. The entries and value in pools are: Jack Frost, $35; Stampede, $12; Bessie Lee, $12; Silent Frie,nd, $11. On lot slizhtly damaged cassimere coats at $5 worth $15 at Sproule & Mc Cown's. C2 College Urove Nursery. Flowers who does not love them nature's sweetest gift to man. They fill the gardens and the rooms of the rich and the poor, make bright the sick room, adorn the brow of the blushing bride, and lend a tinge of life to the graves of our loved and lost. At the gardens of Mr. Henry Moore, opposite the south gate of Elmwood cemetery, are found a variety of nature's rarest, sweet est productions. Exotics, imported from the sunny fields of Italy, from the Orient and the far distant West. Among them are geraniums, roses, ver benas, pansies, daisies and " bedding plants" in great variety; fuchias, and the " bonnie wee crimson rose," a native of Anld Scotia, to which the poet Burns pays a fitting tribute. PrimroseB, from the land of the Celestials, the home of Confucius, and the more classic sod of Ould Ireland, perennial bloomers, lilies of infiuite beauty, which the ancient Solomon desired to commemorate both in song and history; especially is the Japan lily a magnificent bloomer; leaf plants from the tropics, including the cana judicia and the spruce, large leaved banana from historic Cuba; magnolias, shrubs, and evergreens of antique celeb. rity. But this collection comprises only a few of the finer specimens in Mr. Moore's catalogue. A visit to College Grove Nursery by those in search of " nature's choicest gems " will find there everything fresh and attractive. Mr. M. is also prepared to furnish wreaths, crosses, bouquets, hanging baskets, etc., in great profusion. Call and see him. You will find in him an affable gentle man, ever ready to cater to your slight est wish. Sproule & McCowy are selling off their immense stock at reduced priceB. 62 On the Track. George. Kendall's "Holo in the Wall," Monroe street, opposite Peabody Hotel, is the place to get good liquors artisti cally intermixed. 142T Christina Brother' Festival. . Last evening the Exposition building was crowded with visitors. The tables presided over by the ladies were well patronized by those who desired to in dulge in the good things of life of solid and liquid forms. ThS bouquet stand was an object of attraction to many gen tlemen, both young and old. Flowers are always attractive to gentlemen, especially when arranged into the form ot bouquets by the Memphis belles, and then, to have a flower garden pinned on the left lappel of your coat by fairy fingers belonging to a Hebe on tiptoe, is orth double the price of the bouquet. The prizes offered are a scholarship in the Christian Brothers' College for five years, valued at $G00, one hundred and eighty acre3 of land, divided into two tracts, and a beautiful edition of Shak- speare's works. By investing one dollar you will secure a chance in all of the above prizes. A raffle will be had for a solid silver chalice, to be presented to either St. Peter's, Su '.fatrick's, St. Bridget's or St. Mary's churches. The shooting gallery prize is a solid silver cup. luis is tne iasi aignt or me festival. m Oks lot slightly damaged cassimere pants at $5, worth $10, at Sproule A Mc Cown's. 62 VALUABLE NEWS. Where o rnrrhaie Clothing Coal. Messrs. Sproule A McCown, Nos. 241 and 243, corner Main and Jefferson, offer a large stock of clothing at aston ishingly low prices. The goods have been marked down to suit the times and suits can be purchased at from fifteen to fifty dollars. A business suit for fif teen dollars is something new in Mem phis. They will sell yon a pair of cassi mere pants at from five to seven dollars. All other articleg of wearing apparel, and everything known in the gents' fur nishing goods line, will be sold at a like sacrifice. Sproule & McCown under stand the wants and necessities' of the community, and being wide awake merchants, send down the prices of goods. Those desiring to purchase clothing, underwear, Tjr furnishing goods cannot afford failing to visit this well known house, for by so doing and mak ing purchases, you will save money. In fact, yeu can now purchase two suits at the price for which one could have been purchased a week ago. It will be re membered that the stock of goods kept by Sproule A McCown is one of the finest in the city. They are not cheap goods of flimsy material and badly put together; their goods are the best in the market, manufactured by themselves out of the best materials, and manufac tured in a manner that has always given satisfaction to the public. When such goods are sold at the lowest cash and cost prices it becomes the interest of every citizen to take advantage of the reduction and make purchases. Go and examine the stock and prices asked, be cause Sproule & McCown say what they mean and mean what they say. Clothiho at Sproule A McCown's cheaper than ever offered in this market. 62 KAH9 & FREIBERG, corner ot Main and Poplar, Invite the ladles to Ihelr opening of larla milliner) , bonght from a bankrupt Importing honae. Elegant flowera, hatH, etc.. at one.fonr ih their value. personal. Mr. J. C. Atcheson, of the Nashville Banner, is in the city attending the races. Captain J. F. Scott, a well-known merchant and turfman, of Decatur, A la., is in the city. Captain Harry Martin and other Nashvillians, are here taking in the races over the Chickasaw Jockey Club Course., . J. J. Slover, of the house of Stanard A Co., St. Louis, left Memphis yesterday on a few weeks' business trip to Galves ton, Texas. Colonel Sell Howell, the great and good passenger agent of the Great Jack son route, is in the city, and reports his route from here to New Orleans all O. K., breaks repaired and trains run ning as usual. Judge James D. Porter, of Pari', Tenn., is Btopping at the Peabody Hotel. He is favorably spoken of as a probable candidate for Governor. He is a quiet, unassuming gentleman of much public experience, and an intimate knowledge of law and the machinery of govern ment as well as the wants and feelings of the people. He has an anblemished record as a legislator, jurist and gentle man. The compliments of the temperate Ledger Liner are due to Colonel L. G, Taylor, of Ben C. Allin A Co., sour mash, copper distilled whiskies, of Hen derson, Ky., for several samples of rye whisky of date 1869. The samples were sampled by our drinking man, and he pronounced them good; in fact equal to the famous "nectar," which was the bev erage of the fabled heathen gods. Col. Taylor is in the city representing lis Allin distillery whiskies, for which there is large sale in the Bluff City. One lot slightly damaged cassimere coats at $5 worth $15 at Sproule A Mc Cown's. 62 A host beautiful chalice has been'put np to be voted amoiij! the churches of St. Peter's, St. Patrick's, St. Bridget s and St. Mary's. Number of.vo-.es already for St. Peter's, 18; for St. Patrick's, 15; for St. Mary's, 8; for St. Bridget's, 25. To be voted to-night One lot slightly damaged cassimere pants at $4, worth $8, at Sproule A Mc Cown's. 62 Sacred Conrert. Next Monday evening a concert will be given at the Memphis Club Hall for the benefit of the organ fund of the Con' gregation of the Children of Israel, and for their temple, on the corner of Main and Exchange streets. Prof. Winkler ill act as musical director of the choir, which is composed of the best musical talent in the city. The entertainment will be agreeable and successful. The proceeds will be applied to the purchase of an organ, an object which will no doubt draw a large audience to the Club Hall on the night in question. Wx. Floyd has opened at 236 Main with choice confections, soda and mead Give him a call. St. George's Societt will have their regular annual picnic at James' Park, Tuesday, 26th. Lots of fun. Cotton Bi.ooh Fine-Cut, at Sig. Roescher's, 256 Main street; next to the ice house. The Norfolk Lottery. Wm Lieben did not receive the Nor folk Landmark this morning, but ex pects to have a full supply dT the paper and a full list of the lucky numbers by to-morrow morning. ' , KAHX k FREIBERG ntr-r no ssleeea of elegant yard-wide atrlped. Onest dreaa linen st 83o per yard. These Itnena csinei o Imported for leaetnan OOc. Onus lot aliehtly damaged cassimere pants at $5, worth $10, at Sproule A Mc Cown's. 62 Bemoval. St. Bernard Coal Association removed to No. 13 Madison street, next door t LiDtiEa office. 56-T J. W. X. Browke, No. 16 Jefferson street. Duta in water pipes, gas pipes and steam p'ipes at the lowest prices and in the best style. 80 Best Quality of river sand in any quantity at the old coal yard, foot of Market street. 60 One lot slightly damaged fashionable linen collars at $1 per doten, worth $3, at Sproule A MeCowa's. 62 TAILOEISG. The well known fashionable merchant tailor, A. H. Goodman, 11)0 Main at., has jnst received another invoice of fine tailoring goods direct from the import- era. 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 np at reasonable prices. His styles of making . np cannot be surpassed. Give him a call and examine his goods and prices. 80 One lot sliehtlr damaged cassimere pants at $4, worth $8, at Sproule A Mc Cown's. 62 e News . Billv Lieben has taken pos session of the old news stand No. 236 Main, near Jefferson, and has fitted it up regardless of cost. He has all the May magazines, Scribner, Frank Leslie, Popular Science Monthly, etc., and the latest papers from all parts of the world. Be In the World. For dressing and preserving harness. Sold by 70 W. S. Bruce A Co. One lot slightly damaged fashionable linen collars at $1 per dozen, worth $3, at Sproule A McCown's. 62 Pore home made candy at 236 Main street. 63 European Hotel and Keatanrant. Corwin, of Merchant's Restaurant fame, has fitted up a number of fur nished rooms n connection with his dining palace. They are located np stairs in the Kit Williams block, corner of Second 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 call again. 78 It costs but five cents to test the accu racy of Coleman's assertion, regarding . his five cent Uav'anas. Remember the number, 200 Main street. Nicolsux paviog scrip for sale at the lowest market rates by the Mechanics' and Traders' Bank. 6C Robertson's Business College will be open day and night during the summer. MORNINO CLASS-U. 42 78 I 49 6 I 25 I 68 73 I 44 I 39 I 54 I 57 47 Mernohia. May 7. 1874. DISSOLUTION. DISSOLUTION. ; THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE eiistinr between E. LI. Cohb and R. M. Bradford under the name of E. 1. Cubb k Co.. is this duy dissolved by mutual consent. . j-;. u. LUBli. R.M. BRADFORD. R. M. BRADFORD. Agent of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company, retains the olli ces of the late firm. No. jo Front street, and will eontmne the Mcnm ho.it Agency. M-r MUSIC. iMtahllwltet in E. A. BENSON'S eT OLD AND RELIABLE Wholesale Music House -Ani- PIAN0-F0RTU WAKEKOOILS, 317 Main Street. IB MOW OF'IaUB mm- BKJfS0SCO.'SPinosfrom.M0 to 1450 a- VOf IE A SONS' Pisnos from T.50 to tVO a- OA8LER rianos from ...t4O0 to $550 ar BTUSWArSON"SPianoa$r0tolli.O a- MASON A fl Ail LIN Organll00 to 1500 100 II4OS FOR SALE 05 Monthly raiments, as Follows t Oi'k w ISO llfO $150 $:00 JC50 $ 302 tVM $100 $4"0 $500. il.mihln Faymrnit til tin t.t5 t in flS 10 iS Or a Liberal Discount for all Cash Down. Sheet Music and Knsical Kerchan diss XOW IS THE TIME TO BUY Country Merer.. tits. S-liools and Seminaries will please send in their or.ler. as 1 can nil them at Ufa than New lork pr..-., lor eah. or rood eitj asrcpiaace at tuiriy. anu or ninety days. . . , . sur Pianos Tune! and Repaire l Jy compe tent workine". 1. A lU.N-' .N. ii-t 17 Main street, XcmpLia, leiia.