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ciif INLAND AND MARINE TUK Bluff City Insurance Co or Memphis. Office : To. 293 Main Street. DIRECTORS: t v Frank. Jo"!9 HiU. jj H Higbee, JH Smith. M flavin, 0 A Eckerly. j o Williams, II M James, W II Moore, J 0 Neely, David P Haaden, W A Gage. PUBLIC LEDGER. oyriCE-So. 13 Mapibow Street. MEMPUI81 W(4afliiT Earning. July 8. 174. TBE BARTLETT TICKET. For Sheriff C. L. ANDERSON. " to Smfe nan" fWr flu- Collector. A. E. FRANKLAND. or Cowa'y f'uiirt fltrfr, JAMES REILLT. For County Truttce. J. J. RAWLINOS. For Cirri of Criminal Court. N. C. PERKISS. or TomiJi Reoitter. H. W. UREIBEL. or flfi f"i TirfWit foi,rt. B. F. COLEMAN. For Cirri Sicond Circuit Court G.J. CAMPBELL. For CM of tic fiartlett Circuit Court. JUHS McBROOKS. Mb. Jo Locki has uken charts of the city circulation of the Lidcib. The publio can rely upon him for its prompt and regular de livery. . FREE ABKANSAS. The majority fpr a Constitutional Convention in Arkansas foot up sev enty thousand. Only two counties, Jefferson and Lafayette, faveamjarity against Convention. The Convention meets next Tuesday, and will enfran chise the State. Arkansas has been ep pressed sorely by carpetbaggers and reckless adventurers, who have preyed upon her treasury and grown fat upon the spoils of usurped offices. Bat the day of deliverance is at band, when the freemen of Arkansas can shout the jubilee of disentbrallment and reinstate a good government for themselves, with honest men, capable and meritorious, in office. Such a consummation is most devoutly to be wished for. We can sympathize with our sister State and cordially offer our hearty con gratulations. Arkansas is in natural resources, the energy and intelligence of her citizens, tne of the foremost States of the Union, yet siEce the war has been as helpless as some chained giaot, and throttled like the victims of highway robbers. The da dawneth when labor and capital will pour into the State; when every forest shall re sound with the woodsman's ax, every field shall be cultivated and every mine worked; when the ban) of industry shall be heard in the present wilderness; when railroads shall be finished, gay steamers shall ply in every navigable stream, and the State will make more real progress in a few bright, eventful years than in the last decade. The prosperity of Arkansas will be onr opportunity. As her citizens realize the fruits of their own industry and become independent and opulent, to will tbey seek the Memphis market to sell their countless bales of cotton and carry away unlimited supplies. Memphis is, com mercially, an Arkansas city in Tennes see, and is as deeply interested in the politics, the agriculture and manufactur ing schemes of the State across the river ( as is Little Rock. In fact, we sell more groceries, dry goods, hardware and other leading articles to Arkansians than to Tennesseeans, and more than Little Rock sells. Socially, too, as well as commercially, we are most intimately connected, and it is but natural that the people of Memphis watch the movement which is to make Arkansas free with the most intense interest and anxiety. TEE CXTIL EIGHTS. BiU,. There is an impression, we are aware, that the civil rights bill is dead and can not be revived. This is altogether a -jnUUke, and the people should not for get to make it an issue in the approach' ion Congressional elections. Tennessee las three Democrats in Congress and seven Republicans. ' This can be easily reversed at the November election if th Democrats and Conservatives will have the common sense to make nominations and stick to them. David Nunn was elected only because he was the only Republican running against two or three patriotic Democrats, none of whom could be ruled off the track. Sucb a mistake, we are assured, will not occur this year in many of the districts. A Courier Journal special in alluding to the civil rights bill says it lies on the table. The reaon why it did not pass at the last session of Congress was that it required a vote of two-thirds at the time the bill reached the House of Repreeentatives.and a two-thirds vole could not be bad. In the early part of the session it is coapetent at any time w after the morning hour to move to go to tihe Speaker's table; and in such case a majority vote suffices to carry the mo. tion. But when, the civil rights bill passed the Senate the House of Repre sentatives had made so many special or ders that these and the unfinished busi ness prevented there being any morn ing hours, so that the only road to the Speaker's table was by the suspension of the rules- At the coming session there will be morning hours for a month or so probably, and a bare majority can go to the Speaker's table. That there is a large majority in the House ready to vote for the civil rights bill is certain. Thorn are two wavs to defeat it; the first is by filibustering or dillatory mo tions by the minority, but these are sin imperfect reliance at the beginning of the session. It is, however, very gene' rally believed that the President would veto the bill if it comes to him, and politicians are already speculating upon the effects of such a veto. It would completely disrupt the Republican party, and lead to a reconstruction of existing party organizations. m The Pittsburg Tost says: "Disraeli is opposed to home rule in Ireland and wants the people united to meet the great crisis of the world, which he predicts is near at hand. ' How he expects to se cure the support of Ireland and make t available in this great crisis by con tinuing to deprive it of the right of local self government, he does not reveal. There can be no crisis which can make the condition of the people of that island much worse. England's difficulty is Ireland's opportunity." Tbe report of the examiner that the assets of the Freedmen's Savings Bank would yield ninety-three per cent, is not sustained in the judgment of prudent business men. These say that the ex. penses of the bank will be going on for three 'years, and no income coming in, so that the aforesaid ninety-three per cent, will be very considerably reduced. The Morristown Gazette insists that there is not the' slightest chance to elect a Democratic candidate for Congress in the First District, though several promi nent names are mentioned in connection with tbe race. The 1. a tree Into Society. Two parallel and rather audacious at tempts to effect an entrance into tbe charmed circle of society are recorded from London and Paris respectively, and they seem to Jiave beep equal fail ures. A London correspondent says that Jack Brag's old trick of obtruding himself into evening assemblies in Lon don when unbidden has been revived of late to a very marked extent, and was repeated once too often at the Duchess of Westminster's ball at Grosvenor House. A gentleman entered the man sion, having previously given his name to the servant in attendance, and having mingled with the guests in the ball-room, thought no doubt that his stale trick had been quite successful. He was much astonished, however, at being accosted by a man who announced himself as a detective, and who peremptorily de manded of the intruder his name and address. It was given as that of a bar rister at Gray's Inn, but to make sure that the individual was really what be described bimselt to be he was required to accompany the detective without de lay to the place mentioned. Fortunately for the barrister, he had told the truth, and be was left to his night's rest and his reflections. Next day he called at Grosvenor House and apologized to the Duke of Westminster, urging that his love of art and his desire to Bee the Westminister collection of old masters illuminated (as they were on the occa sion) had induced him to come unasked. In tbe second instance, the -lover of aristocratic gatherings was less modest, and styled himself a Prince. Since the disappearance, under unpleasant cir cumstances, of the " Armenian Prince," Meskariantz, from Parisian society, good looking adventurers have found some difficulty in effecting an entrance into the charmed circle. A young Ital ian who had for some time been com pelled to confine his display of wealth and aristocratic airs to the Boulevards was, at length, the other day, introduced by some thoughtless young exquisite to the salon of a very great lady. The rrince acquitted bimselt admirably, and his perfect manners and good looks ould soon nave been bis passport to further successes, when an old General determined to bring the newcomer to book. Addressing bim, point blank, tbe General said, " You belong, I am told, rrince, to one of the oldet Wallachian families?'' " To one of the very oldest. General." " How do toq make out vour descent?" "Parchment is, indeed, scarce among ns, and we rely mainly on tradition." "But your genealogical tree?'' "That," replied the Prince, with cheerful readiness., is planted be fore the castle My grand father had a whole avenue of them, bat be ordered them to be cut down." So, after this answer, were ended the social prospects ot the handsome Italian " Ptince." As I aforlnnaMe Ialaad. Some nnnths go the Utile island of ,lc.ero' 'he Grecian Archipelago, was shaken by a series of earthquakes which did much damage and culminated in the bursting of the highest peak on the is land and the discharge of a flood of steam and boiling watr, which threat ened to. inundate the whole island and destroy every living thing on it The mountain, however, moM-ply ceased to boil over, and it was hi.ped for a time there would be no recurrence of the un pleasant phenomena. But, the other day, the mountain resumed it, horrid belchings, emitting such volumes of scalding water that exist!)? on the island has become almost intolerable. The ground is convulsed with earth quakes, and the people have taken to the open fields, where they are safer than in their tottering hemes. A scarcity of provisions is added to their troubbs, and without houses, without food, and a mon ster in view perpetually pouring out streams of boiling water, menacing them with a horrible death, their condi tion is by n meant enviable. HLVf YORK. Xnyor llwveineyer aud the Conwlr. t .',1 Police t ommlNvKiiiffrii Niin I nil tin from Njialn DcuiotBl laetl Ciiun. , New Yoke, July 8. The campaign against Mayor Havemeyer, growing out of a scandal caused by him reappoint ing the convicted Police Commissioners, has been so vigorously conducted that at a late hour last .night be concluded that discretion was the better part of valor, and surrendered. The resignations ol the Objectionable commissioners, Cbarlick . and Gardner, were read and accepted, and George W. Matsel, Superintendent of Police, and John R. Voorheis, Excise Commissioner, were appointed to fill the vacancies. Two memorials will be presented to the Gov' ernor to-day at his country seat, and appeals will be made for the removal of Mayor Havemeyer. One of these claims that the action of the Mayor in reap pointing the convicted commissioners was a gross outrage upon public decency, while the other emphasises its illegality, Of this latest movement of Mayor Have meyer, the Tribune says: " It will be ac cepted by thoughtful citizens as an insult." The Times says: "It would be absuid to credit Mayor Havemeyer with tbe slightest regard to the public interest." The Herald says: " He has only emphasized his offense and more than proved his unfitness for the office he now holds." A letter giving an account of the eel ebration of St. John's day in Puerto Principe, Cuba, says: " The insurrec tion is fast finishing what once existed f virtue. It has worn down to threads the flimsy texture of social virtue, and, except among a few of the best educated and most refined people, there is little attempt made at even a show of femi nine delicacy and modesty. Bunds of young rollicking fellows will stop under long grated windows and balconies and sing the rudest songs with the most in decorous allusions, and women and girls will flock to windows laugh at and erjoy it." It is stated here that the British Gov ernment demands eight million dollars from Spain for the mcssacre of sixteen English subjects captured on board the Virginius and executed in Santiago de Cuba. James Gordon Bennett and George Lorillard will shoot at pigeons on Long Island to morrow fcffoOOO a side, 100 birds each, 30 yards rise, English rules. FOREIGN. Lokdok, July 8. A Times Paris spe cial says the Right and Left Center) have agreed upon an order of the day declar ing that tbe Assembly is determined to defend MacMahon's powers from every attack of their opponents.' The Cabinet still has a majority in the Assembly, but the Bonapartists and a portion of the moderate Right, who are able to turn the scale, are wavering. If the govern ment is defeated, the dissolution of the Assembly is inevitable. In the Postal Congress to be held in Berne on September 15th, fifteen States will be represented, including France and Deamark. " WASIIIXGTO. Washington, July 8. The report of John D. Miles, Indian agent at Osage City, Kansas, in regard to tbe depreda tions of the hostile Cheyennes, Kiowas and Comanches was received at army headquarters to-day. Orders were im mediately telegraphed to General Pope, commanding tbe department of Missouri, directing bim to use the 6th Cavalry in Kansas and the Indian Territory for the purpose of breaking up the raids of these Indians and forcing them upon their reservations. Attacked by Indiana. St. Locis, July 8. A letter received at Kansas City yesterday from A. C. Meyers, of Dodge City, who is staying at his ranhe on the Canadian river, says the ranche was attacked by the Indians June 27th and three men killed. The Indians were repulsed, however, and eleven of them killed after a three hours' fight. Probabilities. Washington July 8. For the lower lake region, partly cloudy and warm weather will prevail, with local rains, south or west winds, and no decided change in tbe barometer. For Tennes see and the Ohio valley, partly cloudy and continued warm weather, local rains north of Kentucky, southeast or south west winds, and stationary or falling ba rometer. For the upper lake region and tbenorthweat, local rains, continued high temperature, except near Lake Superior, southeast or southwest winds and falling barometer. Telegraphic reports are missing from the upper Mississippi snd upper Missouri valleys. River 1la;rm. Cairo, July 8 Arrived Grafton, St. Louis, 8 p.m.; City of Cbetter, St Louis, 10 p.m.; Belle Memphis, Memphis, 3 a.m. Departed City of C hester, Mem phis, midnight; Pauline Carroll, New Orleans. 1 a m ; B-lle Memphie, St. Louis. Cloudy and hot. A lady writer points out the fact, as worthy of notice, that " while the men who commit suicide arc almost alwsjs unmarried, the women are married or widowed. This leads to the inference that, while men cannot live withont women, women find life unbearable with men." NOTICE. I 1IVI1EM AOilC'JS. Offici IIernahtio IwrancfCo. Mkhhhis, July 6, 1874. milE STOCKHOLDERS OF THIS COM 1 puny ate hereby notified that the Board o Directors hnvn thi. ilnv Hnilnred a cash divi dend of twolve (13) por cent, out of the net earnings or mo pan mx nionms. piiyiiuiw uu Ommm. Illl-lliil y. M . l Kl-r-oa , for y. INSURANCE. HERNANDO Insurance Co. J V IMEM THIS. Oilice : No. 22 Madison Street. P. II. DUNSCOMB President W. B. OALBKEAIH Vice-President, F. M. NELSON Secretary, Director t S. II. DUNSCOMB.: W. B. G ALBREATII A.VACCAKO. . N. FONTAINE, E. F. RISK. JOK SHUCK. L. HANAl ER, JOHN C. F1ZER, J. h. MARTIN J.A.SHANE, W. B. MALLoKT, It. S. JONES, W.L.RADFORD. Ininre. nnnis-at Lo r fJ, Wi rlaeuiid Blvor iucks. W Risk, on Private Dwellings especially desirel. n-ap-T BANK T II ic BANK OF COMMERCE MEMPHIS, Ti:XN Cash Capital, $250,000. JOHN T. FARC.ASO.N, : : President JOHN OVERTON', Jr., s V. President R. A. PARKER, t : : : i Cashier DIRECTORS. JOHN T. FAROAS0N of Fargason tla; .IAS EI.DEK late President DeSoto Banl THOS. II. ALLEN of Ihos. U. Allen vo M (JAVIN of M. Savin & Co fr. MANSFIELD of Mansfield A Uiifbee JOHN OVKKTON, Jh .of Memphis, Tenn O. H. P. P1PEH of Men-phis, Tenn B. BAYLISS of B. Baylies & Co JOHN C. FIZER of Estes, Flier & Co SI t SAUCE. TRADE M tlSIi. WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE SUPREME COURT GENERAL TERM. JOHN W. LEA et al. aeninat SUNDRY COUNTERFEITERS. ' Whnn it ia nnnarent that there is an inten. tion to deceive the public by the use of the name of the pluce and the word descrip tive of an article, such deception will not be protected by thet pretenfe that these words cannot pe utea in (hob manner as to constitute a trade mark. Where words and the allocation of words have, by long use, become known as de icn&tinr the article of a particular manu facturor, he acquires a right to them as a trade mark, which competingaeaiers can nnt frnudulentlv invade- The BBipncn of the wrong is the false retire entation and deceit, on proot ol wntcn an injunction win issue The concluding words c f the Judges' : decision are : The order appealed from should bo modi- ted and the injunction extonded so as to pro hibit the use of the words Worcestershire sauce' on the bills. labels and wrappers of the defendant. LEA & PERKINS' CELEBRATED PRONOUNCE!) 'by EXTKUT of a LETTISH from MEDICAL (J EN TLEMAN at CONNOISSEURS Madras, to his brother at To be the WORCESTER. May. 1861. " Tell Lea A Per- rins that their SilCE," Aauce ib hifihlv es teemed in India. And applicable to and is, in my opin ion, tbe most pal atable as well oi '.he most whale- EVZRY VARIE TY OF DISH. iome Sauce that is made, "Worcestershire Sauce. Snld Wholesale and for Exportation by the Proprietor, LEA and rr.KKtaa, Worcester, Umrlnnri: and Retail b Dealers in Sauces gen rally throughout the Would. Ask for Lea V Perriat' Nance. All Mrties infringing on the above will be prosecuted by Messrs. LEA A FfcKHl.NS. JOUN DI JUAS'S SU5, 110-xix-110 w SEW TOSH DOG OHDI.VAXCE. Ornrs Chihc Poi.ick. Memphis, July 7, 1H74. Section 395 of the City Ordinances prohibits th rnnninv at larira rif inf doff during the months of July. August and September, unless muirJed so effectually as to prevent his hitinr .v In recordnre with the above, all dogs Icmnd rnnning at large from and after ThiiridavSHhe via inst.. not mutiieu, win oe destroyed . ....,. P. R. ATI1Y, Chief Police 10 111 Arnlnnrhe A A pppl copy 2 t. FRANKLIN BOOK BIXDERY, Blanl. Book Manufactory And PItlNTINO HOUSE, 15 West Court street, KempMs. S.C.TOOF, i i Proprietor BOOKS BOUND AND MANUFACTURED from a nsrHiif to the fiust Book in tbe country, the Eastern market not excepted in quality or price. r'lwe Blank It sells Specialty, tot El ANNOUNCEMENTS. for Conniy Tru.lep, FELI W. ROBERTSON is a candidnte for County Trimtee bctoro the people of hhlliy uuuu,... uiduuuu . uu, Dua, nuRugi u, ion, desk or the f 'rliiilunl 4 nut I. Memphis, April 23 .'187 A Editob Lkoorr I announce mvself an candidate for Clerk of the Criminal Court of Aieinpiue. .election la Augutt, 174. 4-te T. K. AYPFS SUMMER RESORT. Bon Aqua SpriDgs. milE HOTEL AT BON AQUA WILL BE open lor visuura uu tuv First of June Kexf. Those going there by railroad will get off tht .Nashville and JNorlliwestern railroad cars at IJON AQUA. (STATION, where tbo7 will find nice conches and hacks to carry them over a high, level and shsdy rond to lion Aqua bprings. Jion AquaMation Is thirtv.nine miles west of Nanhville. A liirge hotel has just been built at lion Aoua Million, and express ana uiegrapa omces have also been established there. The BON AQUA Kl'KINUti are situated eight miles south of said Station in a pictur esque valley.'wiih a bold, clear, rock cased creek a few paces to their west, which is over- bung with jutting cliffs, bedecked with green moss and beautilul dowers. The visitors of tbeso Springs will find these water (sulphur and chalybeate), and the pure, dry atuiospnere around them A CUItTAIN CTJXIB FOB. Pjspepsis, Chronic Diarrhea, Liver an 11 Kiuuejr Amotions (ana General Peliility ana Kindred Disorders. Thcro is good fishing snd hunting a few miles irom tne ;iirn Has. and no niofiauitnns The Company nave secured a fine band of music lor the Beacon, and nave made munv improvements since last summer, including nuo eain rooms. Board for June and BenTember. 140 rir month; July and August, $45 per month. Children over four and under thirteen years old, and servant, half price. Children undor four years old. 512 per month. Heard per week, $14 ; board per day, 12 sn. Round trip tickets from Memohis to I'nn Aqua Station and return, good until used, 812, JOS. U. LAPttADtt, Bup't. W. Out Pattison, Cashier. May 21), 1R7. 69-t SWAYNE'S Mammoth Springs! (White Sulphur and Iron Springs) A PLEASANT AND ECONOMICAL SUM AX k.m. In nnn, T........ eleven miles east ot Paris and three and a hall north of bpringville Depot, on the olemphii nd tiouuviue railroad. Mprrlxl Rnlca of fare by PlillrOHd 10 nil inort irom inetpiii9 llOKlinic tJroin mid leriiiedlnte Town. Purest and copious White Sulphur hatha. Cool nights and no mosquito bars required. Hacks meet the morning trains atfc'pringville. No cholera at Sulphur Springs. Board as good as the country anonis no style to nav for per day. t2: per week. 110: per month, 130; colored servants and children un der ten years old, hair price. Daily man an j express offices at Spriu.vtlle for the Spring. Address there, WYNNSACO., Proprietors bwayne's Mammoth Sprinrs. or to their core. nv 1 m EWIN MACHINES. ?:r'-.f,;.r. 5f; i s&f r re': V 4- r TOE NEW Improved Remington SKWIXG MACHINE. AWARDED The "Medal for Progress," AT VIENNA, 1873. The Highsst Orper of "Mf.dai," Awabdkd AT THE bXPOSlt.'ON. . Ko Senilis; einrhlno KreelTect lllgbrr Frlce. A FEW GOOD REASONS: 1 A .Vc nrention Thoroughly Ttid and secured by Letters Patent. W Makes a perfect iaiCV btitch, alike on both sides, on all kinds of aood. S-Runs LiiiHT, Smooth, Moiaci.tss and Rapio btut combination of qualities 4- Dca.BLa (un for var. without repairs. 5 Will do all vnrietia of icorli and Fancy Stitching in a superior manner H I. Mart canilti mn named by the operator. Length of stitch may be altered while run ning, and marnine can oe tureaaea wunoui falsing thread through bojos. 7 lle.iirn Simotc. jnoenious. Eleannt. form ing the stitch without the use of Cog Wheel (iaarr. Rotary Cams or Lever Arms. Has the Atttomatic Drop Feed, which iwrurc uni form length of Ktitch at any tpecd, lias our new Thread lontrolicr, wbicn allows easy move ment of toe needle-bar and prevents injury to thread. A.f'nv.TatTPTInM ninil eareul and F!NlBKn. It is manufactured by the most skillful and experienced mechanics, at the celebrated fttrmivsrion Armor, llion, j. Y. C incinnati Oiase, 1H1 Fuurlli street. 104-lfi LEGAL. TruMtee'H Male. BY VIRTUE OF A TRUST DEED MADE to me June 12.1873. by K. B Webber, and .1 M U'lili.m. and Henrv VS illiams. recorded in tbe Register's office of Shelby county, Ten nessee, in Book 97, pages 146. etc., I will, on Monday, August 10, 1874, between 10 o'clock a.m. anil o'clock p.m., at the southern gate ot court square. Mem nhi. Tennessee, sell for cash, at public out cry, the property conveyed to me by said trust eeu, ucscribeu as lonnws, io-wii: ran oi let 10, of block to, in the city of Memphis, h.ainninir 52 feet west of the intersection of the south line of Vance street with the west line of Orleans strcot; thence wet do lect; thence south with Fcttit's east line l.V.7-12 eet to a 20-fiKit alley; thence east with the lorth line of said alley 30 feet: thence north 1W 7-12 feet to the beginning. Also a trai of 161) acres in the Eleventh surveyors district Shelby Depot as particularly described in said ttust dea, to which reference is made for fuller description. Alsoatractof land in the Second civil district on the waters ef Big Creek, itart nf a UudO-acre tjflct granted by North Carolina to A. Sharp, and more par ticularly described as lots ti, i and 8, Said three lots containing together J acre.: all ot saiu ropertyin Shelby county, lennessee. biiuity f redemption waived. Titles believed good, ut 1 will sell and convey only as trustee. w.H. ruMU.i, iruftee. McFaklano A Qohok ix. Attorneys. llo-IPI IM ANUOOD RESTORED A VICTIM OF youthful Imprudent, causing prema decav. nervous debility, etc.. oaring ture decay, tried in vain every known remedy, has found simn e self-cure, which he will send tree to is fellow sufferers. Address J. U. KKKVKS. 78 Naseau street. New i'ork. o4-lll-xiz-32 REMOVAL. It 11 MOVAL. ST, LOUIS Life Insurance Company (Consolidation Mound City, St. Lonls Mutual and Missouri Mutaal) No. 1 MndiHon Street,. Room No. 1, up-itairs. J. G. LONSDALE, Manager Memphis Department, (West Tennessee, North Miss, and North Ala.) Local Bonrcr, m-inplitN, Trnneasee: JA8. M. WILLIAMSON. Pres't. CUARLFS KORTKECHT, I10N. JACOB THOMPSON. U. OZANNE. - f02-127 INSURANCE. MUTUAL BENEFIT Life Insurance Company , OF .MWARK, N. J Assets) over - 30,000,000 r AM PREPARED TO TAKK LIFB POL 1 ides on all plans at OLD RATES in this old and r, liable it slitution. Average expenses for the laBt twenty-nine years are lower, and average dividends larger thnn any Life Insu rance Company in the United States, this Company giving a larger amount of insurance for less amount of money than caa be offered by any Company. JAM32H S. WAKNEIt. District Stato Agent, 17 Mniliaon Ktrrer, Blcinpbla, Tenn. v Gocd Agents wanted all over the State. W-119 J. Tuyks. Presidont. J. W. Hincks. Seo'y.. S. C'H.i.AkM, Assistant Secretary. NEW OltLEAlVtsi Insurance Company OF JEW ORLEANS, LA, rstauiisriea a. r., 103. C'li TupltHl t asli fcur:Itl, nb.iit., 9500,000 200,000 Total Assets, rtbout 700,qo JAMES II. LOW, Manager, (Formerly AVood A Low, N. 0.) ATLANTA, CEOBCilA.. JAMES E. WAHXEH, Resident Agent, Tin. 17 Mtifllaon Mr.et, Mr.MPHIS -. - TINSLSSEE. REFERENCE BY PERMISSION: First National Bank, Tho. H. Allen A Co... Fourth National Bank, StewartUwynne ACo. State National Bank, Oliver, HnMe A Co., Bank ot Commerce, Jlurtin A- ilillsman. Insures Against Fire. Risks tn Private Dwellings especially solicited. St.ti of " F TlSNKSSFF. "1 iibmonkk's Offici, LK, June 10. 1871. J IXSUBAKCI CdUMIBt-ll JNASUV.LLK I, TfM. MORROW, INSURANCE C0M- missioner, do hereby certify that the netr urieann iiiMirHncc luminuj) located at New Orleans, in the State of Lou isiana, has produced to me satisfactory eyi dence that said Company has complied with all the requirements ef the laws of the State i( Tonnessee imposed on Insurance compa nies, and I further certify that James E. War ner, agent of laid Company, has authority to take risks and transact the business of insu rance for and in behalf of sail Company in this State, at Memphis, Tennessee, during the year ending December S , 1874. ISignedl .w.MuR?rW-M-119 Insurance Commissioner of lenn. 1 I.. - r "' Piedmont and Arlington Lifa Ins. Co.. Home Ofllce: Ulchmond, Tirginia. Does business from Maine to California. Equal to any Surpassed by none. Prompt, Progressive and Secure. Select. Prosperous and Just. Saving Fund Plan recommended. Capita and accumulations, over 12,000,000 Policies issued, over 22,000 OFFICERS: W. C. ClRRiNOTOiJ, President, John h. Edwards, Vice Pieiident, I). J. Ha aTHoog, Secretary. J. J. Hopkins, Assistant Secretary. Live Agents Wanted. H. II. 150OTH, Oen'l Aent, No. 3 MndlKou HI., nrmpbls. Tenn. B G.HEHHIHQ, M. D. , Med. Exam'r. 66116 WASHINGTON FIRE ANP M4KINE INSU11AXCE C05IPANY Office, 5 1-2 Kadison St, Memphis, - Tennessee. Policies issue! upon Fire, Marine and Inlaa risks at equitable rates. J. W. JEFFERSON, President T. B. DILLARD, Vice Pres't G. W. L. CROOK, Secretary IsIRKCTORSJi J. W. JEFFERSON, of J. W. Jefferaon A Co. T. B. DILLARD. Cotton Factor. J. N. OLIVER, of Oliver, Finnie A Co. JONATHAN RICK, of Rice.tii A Co. WM. 6IMPS0N. of Pettit A Simpson. J R. OODW1N, Cotton Factor. 0. V. RAMBALT. of E. M. Apperton ATCo. n-t HOTEL. I5E0PEXIVO AT RALEIGH. THE UNDERSIGNED BEUSTO INFORM his friends and the public generally that he ha reopened the COLEMAN HOUSE, with Cottages adjoining, all situated on the brow nf the hill overlooking the bprings; all neatly furnished and thoroughly renovated. Nocouuection with the Franklin House. 98-t M. McKEOOH. Preprietor.