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NRE.INUNDAND MARINE TllK Bluff City Insurance Co. F MEMPHIS. Otfiee : No. 293 Main Street. DIRECTORS i Jerome K"iM. FFrsnk. H fl llifbee. J U Smith, U Gavin, tt A K"kerly. i 0 Willianu. U W Jones. I H M i) (. W H Mootc, J C Neo.V. David P Madden. ' A Gage. j C N FELT, President. Ii AVID P. K it-iDKN v iee f resident. W?II. MOOBK. Secretary, PUBLIC ' LEDGER OFFICK-Bo. 13 NADWuti Strbbt. MEMPHIS: M JoLocM hn taken elprrgeof theory 'circulation ofhe LHDIK. The public o rely upon him for ite prompted regular 5e- lirery : r Thb census of 18"0 sew down the Wfjo popuktion at 4,;000; the for eign born at 5,066,500; those havioc foreign father nd mother,-,734,800. Tub Cornier Journal omment n! ankles as follows: " Caurrht in the act,'"! sajs an exchange, "careesiag her ankle, what must feecber have felt?" Why,! her ankles, of course." ' '. France Tcain says: " I m either in cnbatinu some gigantic power to deveL ope love and truth in mankind, or I have culminated in the most magnificent fit-1 zle produced for centuries." j Henry M. Whtteroon, &v , the dis-j tinguiehed editor of the Courier Journal has accepted the invitation of the Ten nessee Press Association to deliver the 'annual address before that body at its meeting in the summer of 1ST5. JJTuk selection tor crack American .1..... i ,i;.tmii fnr an international BUUIB IV prize with the team of Irish riflemen - i iri 1 narrowed down to twelve, me isi average of the Americans in their exer cise was 51" against 66 by the Emerald boys, which makes a bad showing for the Americans to begin with. Babboib Lewis, that old bottled up spider, is going around trying to make lip cases, against recent'y naturalized citizens and others to bother them in the courts. . Perhaps he had as well go back to Philadelphia until the warm weather abates. He haB about run his course here, and cannot kick anybedy into the Mississippi river worth a cent. . Now that the August canvass is over, the people will turn their attention to the November election. A Goernor, members of the Legislature and Con gressmen are to be elected. The can vass promises to be spirited and interest ing. The question as to who will suc ceed Brownlow in the United States Senate is likely to enter largely into the contest, as the friends of the ' several prominent aspirants for the position are already at work. The greatest interest is likely to center in the election of members to the Legislature and Con gress, as the people are most concerned is securing good men for legislators. BOS A0.CA SPKIXliS. Ilarf unil AKrnrllT Amnee-ml lb t-rl f tlll Imoi if Piciurtdbjr iltl ttacU." Uiriiiijx Col stt, August 1, 1S74. From an Occasional Correspondent. It is a kind of pensive hour with old Bach, don't yon see, and having no let ter company, why should I noi get out among tbe screech-owls and the other, lonely nigbt birds and help them call for their tardy mates that bashfully linger in the denser darkness. Tbe ball is over, the notes of art mnsic have sent their last wave floatit g down the sleeping val ley, the beauty and the chivalry that gave a combined zest and eclat to the occasion, have each subsided into the courts of Morpheus, and now comes na ture again to tiing her starry beauties over the landscape as if in mockery of the scene that's pBt I thought! should have been gone frcm here long ago, but by some strange per versity of feminine natare, I have been elected at intervals to command and care far a squadron of babies, and I am trying to serve my God and my country by doing my duty "like a man." I take it that we have no moral right to shirk responsibilities in this life, and 1 feil that I am well up to my correct standard of social rectitude when I successfully manipulate the evolutions of forty-one juveniles in one evening. For parti sa lar see small bills. For rare and attractive social amuse ment, commend me henceforth to Boo Aqua Springs, with Joe La Prade as commander-in-chief. Joe neve- shows wrath. His eqnanimity and cheerful courtesy under all manner of perplexing annoyances, are something indeed mar marvelous, and belore I get oat to drink dew witb the wood nvmpbs, I give this parenthetical b'.w to Joe. Where was I ? 0 yen, I believe 1 h-J reached the ' pensive " when I wm ioetled over into the more practical sub ject of babies. The little cherubs are sleeping and snoring sweetly now; the last yell has subsided, and the din and nproarofwild " nursery songs" have yielded 10 the cricket's chirp and the ripple of the.woterfai! dawn at the dam. I believe I will 'perch oa the chimr.ey crown where I can quietly enjoy the surrounding scenery. J would walk over there !o that gray and jutticg rock, bat there is a rumor of piri( that walk thoh paths at mi'ln:ght's unho.y hour, ar.d i m inperttiiiou-. ilyces: John, t'.e ' Illiiigiirian exiles !iw visions and heard solinds between tne upper aim kib nnurr roLks, the very recital of which curdles thb blood in our sluggish veins. On the other hand, Joe Weeuis ast.ures us that he haa lived in these mountains tor sev enty five or a, hundred years, and .his pious meditations have never yet been disturbed by " ghost or goblins damned," uid Colonei V. B Russell, " the m who never sleeps," weuld long sine? have run all the ghosts out of thi Jt tude. There is not a band of organised spirits 'thia side of Jericho who could hold a ghostly Masonic lodge in twenty miles of Bon Aqua without being dis turbed and routed fcy Kus.se 1. Byihe way, 'ne is a large stockholder in the Springs Association, end the company is extreoielv fortunate in securing the -services of a man of uch tireless indus try, ceaseless energy -and peerless gal lantry to the ladie I verily believe that l am this moment the only one of a hdndred and'ifty cuests whose eyes look out on the starry :..i. r,A wkrwa firfl Am nnen to the -soft Whisperings of the Oreads ani the I . i . i f : ' .. -.1. .. ..Ulnnnwilla .11(1 iNaiaas, me lames. mu " the screech owls. I'll! take a fresh cicar. The hrand is "Robert Burns;" how do you like them? Now, what can a sleep less old bachelor 3o but stroll round, kick rocks into thexireek and startle me CI. - wall tn tko ophn of hifl 'OWn uau, vi j cracked voice as it bounds and tumrbles in notes of u aheacd of musio away up among the nooks nd crannies f the lake. .' , Just here wpuld he a good piee 10 bring in "mooaligfci; on tlie lake," but unfortunately there 'is no moon visible nnl f muot.iiirlr lo the truth if I die by the Hatcnett. 1 The comet, tow- ever, is switching is nery tau erouuu here, and seems to we on sort of cn- eral rampage. The-atars are reQecting their glittering, golden oeauiy id vue glassy depths of the crystal waters, and .u Knoia !rnlr like aenCtoels stationed at the gateways of this dreamy little Paradise to guard off any stray old bachelors who might ambulate tnis way. The dark, sombre-looting trees bendend kiss across the bosom of the stream as far up as the eye can reach, ana on either side the fl-jwer and fern-decked banks 1 Stoop down with frinnoof green . to fciw tne .airapuux -r" inr !-tween. Verily, the lake at Bon Aqua is a geaa of beauty set with a coronet of stars to night. Whippoorwill! get out, you imp j.i-oc.' T thnnrht vou were one of John's ghosts with your weird croak ing. X think 1 will lime one oi mese balls and toss it down tbe alley just to !..,- tha nimhlinir. rnnriniz echo, and see if I can make some of those sleepers on the hill change ineir dreams 10 n,ip Van VSTinkle in the mouctains. ' How ever, that won't do, for I might Ktartle some dame Van Winkle, whose night capped head would tower above me in chosilv wrath and frightec all the fire off my cigar. I love all the ladies, es pecially tbe matcniess laaies wuuoe presence gladdens snd beatttifies the un. in iruu nf Ran Aaua. but U&IIB OUU V . - n - 1 have a wholesome dread of their angry frowns and dare not oner oatue. I am told that Joe LaPrade vanishes a ktt naumBt rornfr evefv time he sees one comiog with a brandished par- aBol or umbrella. - ue nas aepi notei oe fore and can tell a mad women a mile off.. I have nver known a lady, how ever, that I thought eould get mad. Ours are all amiable, all social, all sweet looking to me, but not all pretty by any means. I have never yet, in all my lonely peregrinations through this vale of tsars and alimony, encountered a company of such rare and charming guests. I contemplate them from a safe distance, and " love not wisely, but too well." ' I had thought to give yon a brief out line of some rare birds that help to "fill up our tables," but the night wanes apace and I must defer this amusement to a more convenient season. And now while the stars keep watch over the closed eyelids of sleeping beauty, while tbe fleecy clouds float on in shadowy wreaths to die away in the deepening distance, bidding farewell to the " sen tinel stars" and harrying away from the coming morn; while the night' birds chirp their last melancholy notes and tbe somber tree tops wave adieu, I take my leave and quietly subside into my cheerless den to sleep the sleep of prim itive innocence. So mote it be. . .Old Bach. That. crows and other species of birds have little fear of man when he is un armed is a familiar fact, and suggests that they fear him chiefly because of the weapons he carries. In Scotland, where shooting is prohibited on Sunday, crows and rooks were gentle and fed around buildings withont concern. Singularly enough, the same thing was observed of animals by Dr. Tristram when traveling in the wilderness of Moab, where the sound of the gun is quite raie. lie says: " We were struck with the sagacity which all the wild animals showed in the mat ter of fire arms, little familiar as they can be with them here. As it was Sun day, we strolled or sat down among tbe ruins without our fowling pieces, and were consequently objects of indiffer ence. A fine fox i at and looked at us a dozen times among the stone heaps, and just walked away keeping almost within cunshot all the afternoon. Tbe Sakkr falcon sat calmly on his favorite perch and allowed us to reconnoiter nim on Sundar. while the eagie, owls, sand grouse and partridge showed similar ccntempt for unarmed Europeans." A novel nse of the telegraph is soon to be pat into operation in New York. The court rooms in that city are to be tele graphically connected with the ofiices of the leading lawyers, and by this means tbe state of the calendar and the prog ress of trials can be announced to tbe lawyers, and the latter summoned when warned. The telegraph in this rpect promises to be quue as useful as it is on the Stock Exchange or in business cir cles. The danger of nsiag chloroform to al leviate the pain in case of headache or toothache, as is often done, is shewn by a sad accident occurring in Louisville. A young girl, suffering from headache, became so affected by chloroform as to o unable to remove the bottle, and she was found dead with tbe bottle !jir,g on her bieast. Susan B. and Mrs. Cady S., it seems, knew all about the Beecher s'jand il two Tears ago. Atd now they sy, "I told j:i sc.'' STEAMER SUNK. The Henry Anus, from St. Louis for Sew Orleans, Sunk. Three I.lvre Kuown to Have a-em 1.41 Ht. ViCKSHUKii, August 8. The steamer Henry Ames, with a full cargo, from St. Louis for New "Orleans, struck a snag last nigTit neat Waterpreof and sank in twenty-five feet of water. The II.. C. Yaeger is aloikoide the sunken steamer. Three lives are known to have been lost. The Ames tiad about 1200 tons of as sorted merchandise. The value of the boat and cargo is estimated at JWO.OOO She was owned apd insured in St. Louis KEYY YORK. The Flnwnrtrtt Affair of lh Prlnre 4r Halm; M ii w HK.2iMI.oou "Jlu lit el pal Ai Ira ni iiriler. Ns Yoaa):, August 8. A London letter savs a report has suddenly gamed currency that the long expected crisis has occurred in the financial affairs of the Prince of Wales, and that the min istry have made up their minds to pro pose to toe House of Commons, at tbe next session, to pay his debts. The sum named is 'C40000 sterling four times the sum voted in 1787 to appeaee the creditors of that pattern of royalty, who afterward became George the fourth. There are certain to be two powerful and contradictory entiments; one that the honor of tbe .nation is concerned in pro viding for tte dobts of its future King; the other that these debts are of a char acter which oiiht to be paid out of the accumulated fortunes of the Qoeon. The latter view -rests on tbe fact that the Queen has been receiving ever since the death of Prince Albert the whole of the income calculated at her accession to support the expenses of the court in an unusual degree of splendor; thather majesty has, bowc-er, lived during tbie period for the most .part in retirement, and that the coet of drawing room levees and that royo! pageantry has, iu fact, Mien upon the Prince andPrincess of W'ales, whose income has been un--oqdal to such a burden. The existing debts, or a considerable part of them, have, according to this theory, been iccurred in the discharge of these du ties; hence it is urged that the Queen, who has bad and kept be money given her by the Stite for uch purposes, oufebt to pny them. The Prince of Wales has 40.000 a year, rplus the rev enue of Cornwall, which now amounts to over illOO.000 per annum. Governor Dix states ttt he has not yet come to any conclusion in the case of May.ar Havemeyer. Hon. John Kel ley says that if a judicial investigation should be ordered he would show a state of affairs in the police department ode year ago, under the rule of Commis sioners Gardner, Cbarlick and Smith, that would astound the public; he would show that a conspiracy was formed by these Commissioners. A murder occurred last nigbt in tTie eastern district of Brooklyn, growing out of the conflicts which exist be:ween the members of the Plasterers' Union and nnn society men. An abutment is in course of erection at the corner of North Seventh and Fourth streets and tbe owner had hired some, non-society men a short time ego to do the plastering, as they agreed to work ten hours instead of eight hours a day. Numerous threats have been made against them by the society men during the past three days, and especially by a number of masons, who were working eight hours on some buildings near at Wnd Last nieht three of tbe latter, James Rillduff, Thomas McLaughlin and John Kinston, quit Work as usual at five o'clock and sterted for the building where tbe non-society men were at work, determined, as they stated, to teach them a lesson that would pre vent them from acting in opposition to the wishes of the Union. Arriving at the honse they began an assault upon the men at work. Rillduff led the at tack and struck one of the men, while McLaughlin knocked another down. Rillduff was ejected from the building and was about to strike with a stone the person he first assailed, when Frank Slack, the watchman of the premises, who had thus far been a spectator of the fight, seized a plasterer's ham mer, and striking Rillduff upon the bead killed him instantly. All per sons at work in the building were ar rested and Slack was a.rrested soon after ward. Later in the evening McLaughlin and Kingston, who joined Rillduff in the assault, were locked np. An excited crowd of society men collected around the station last night, and bad to be d:s persed by the police. The coroner's inquest in the case of John and Annie Powersand Ellen Burke, servants, who died about two weeks ago from tbe effects of poison alleged to be in the chow-chow which they had used at dinner, bas resulted in a verdict that fhey came to their death from tbe inci dental introduction into their food of paris green, wjjich bad been free:y dis tributed throogbout the kitchen to kill insects. The suFnension of a large dry goods j honse is announced in the Evening Post. I Tbe following is the bank statement : J Loans, decrease, Jl.47,1100; specie, ia j irease, f 146 30; leg! tender", increti-", WARDS. Firnl Ward Second Ward Third Ward Fourth Ward Fifth Ward Sixth Ward Seventh Ward Kilihth Ward Ninth Ward Tenth 'Ward , DISTRICTS. First ill!? trict Second District Third District FourthiLiistrict Fifth-District Sixth District Seventh District..... Kiilitli:l'islrirt.. Minth District... Tenthil'istrict Eleventh District Twellth District Thirteenth District..-. Sixrecnih Dittrict...... Seventeenth District... 31111 ldl 8!8i 874 i m K12i . 775( 4MI (Kl! IllW 7i'4! MSi 58; 7!4 ' 62! J:I4 5' :2:t m 3i f2'J 57'J 70S! '' 2W 271 :y W 1W 417 w 211 aili'.l 6K78 2W 247 ins; . 4?3 ISli 2.511 i 21151 ; 227 1 2:(2! 154 liUi l!i7: 113 r :mi 271! 3141 101 .178 4lt 3i.7 211 j 2'.2 ;-7 3t! 280 1 13S1 115 215j 81 27'.' 1S7I US' ami 2 Total vote... $7Holtl00; deposits, decrease, f 479.-700; j circulation, increase, $4H,500; reserve, , increase, 12, 02f.,S25. 1 LonUiann Itt piihllOHMi Stale Con. lltl4l- NewkDrleans, August. The Repub lican State convention, among resoln tions, report the following; FifthThat duty and sound policy -alike constrain us to .nominate and support for office men of known honesty and capacity; and that men who are unmindful of the interest of the State and whose records are a reproach to the party hall not be permitted to force themselves upon us in anv eanacitv, under uny pretense what ever. The resolutions endorse the State administration for pursuing a right course while contending with an organ ized system of vilification and misrep resentation ot home and abroad, de nounce violence and attempts to bring about a confiict of races, and pledges the party to give a fair election to re duce etpendirures rcmEK.s. Pabis, Ai.gnst 8 --It is reported that the German Government has notified its ffepresentatives'abroad that the time has come to recoguiirve the Spanish hepublic. The relations between France and I taly are very satisfactory. Probabilf 114-8. Washington, August 8. For Tennes see, Ohio valley and lower lake region higher bnrometej, slight change of the temperature, winds mostly from the west and nortb, and clearing but partly cloudy weather. BM er Telegram. CAiEO, August 8. Arrived City of Chester, Memphis, 1 am.; James U. Parker. Memphis, 9 a.m.; Thompson Dean, Cincinnati, it a.m. Departed Cooke Evansville, 9 p.m.; Helena, St. Louis, 10 pni.; Quincy, New 0. leans, 11 p.m.; Chester, St. Louis, 3 a.m.; Parker, Cincinnati, o a.m. ; I alls I ilot, Memphis, j p.m.; Thompson Dean, Xew Orleans, j a.m. Cincinnati, - August t? River 9 leet a inches, and falling. Weather cloudy. "Arti.vi.rin.'' said Mr. Marrowfat to that ttttpntive and curious child, "there is too much gush in this world, and I want to caution you never in a moment nf pious enthusiasm, to make such a fool ot yourself as to declare that one hour of tfic-red communion with Sarah Maria Jart is worth a thousand years ot Paradise." NOTICE. NOTICE. OS WEDNESDAY, THE IOthOF AKitSl. between the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., I will sell to the hiirhen bidder, for cash, in front of my office. No 42 Madison street, I4O-J0 of Monroe eounly. Mis.. bonds, issued to the Memphis. ltU. Spnn, UKoiona ana ,-eim railroad, held by me tn seeure one rsmnirsury note for 12 -13 anil interest, 01 uannue s Bulkier to 11. K. Thomas. J.-J4b lj. " , ll4lii.n, iruenju" FLOUR. NEW FLOUR MADE l.V CLARK? VILLE (TENS.) mills from choice 'Kentucky wheat. ill ell low to the tr ile. ... 11ABKIS. MALT.CRY A CO.. 11.141 '.':4 1- ront .tr.cl. INSURANCE. WASHINGTON riRC A.M II ARISE INSURANCE C0MPANT Cfficf, 5 1-2 Madison St, Memphis, - - Tennessee. Policies issue-1, ur n Tire. Marine and IbUss risks at equitable rauw. J. W. JEFFERSON. President. T. B. D1LLARD, Vic4? Pres't G. W. L CROOK, Secretary inr.Ti"i J. V. JLFFttON.of J. W. Je8fWl k Ce. ', T. B. MLI.AKD. Cotton Fa'tor. J. N. (-1.1VI K. f Oliver, rmnie Co. mATH MCE. of Kice. Stii A Co. I WM. HMI'S'iS. of Pettit A Simj-nE. J R. j(-liWlN,Cotiopcl0r. U V. HAMBAL T. of A.j-ob .ACo. I MORNIN'U CLASS-M. .... -- ... - - - i -. 1'eiLpl!!, Auguit 1, 1"4. OFFICIAL'VOTE OF SHELiJY . C. OI.KHK. TKISTIiK. 'iS V ?' ? 1 ! :w.5, 1201 l:iH 24:t 587 :' :hki 4!. 414' 5;j 817i H8K: mm 547! 51.7 1 Mil rsoi 4Wli 5851 417 111 384 812i 877 I M08j 7io; 517 581 427 125 1.'5 9--, 574 81W won 717 m 6i2 &w 71M 414 103, 1221 225: 17 235 ' 573 508! 317 1 317 475 St .520 34"! .-2ii' 512 SMI 5W 327 1 503 1 777, 4111) 58j :il 1 501 302 524 m 3588 tWtffl 35S3I 7073 3424 flies 25.37! I 21l 247; 10H tv5; 180 25.8 205 j 2'5j $1 154 ! 102i 5flo 130 1141 ?01l 24571 3118 1 2001 17ii 41t! :'i)7; 321; 202 ?;.!.! 2711 138 1 115: 215 81 j 216 247 lu7 50 187 258 205 155 301 2101 300 1 216 247 loot 59 183' 257: 21.5: 155i 117! 154! 100 4H8! 12i 114 I.... I. 270 31 -II 247 105 05 181 258 271! 311 1 2oli 1K5: 417 :ui7, 321! 202 301 j 2801 138: 115 231 ! 81 ! 103, 18' 4171 307 205 205 227 232 151 107 1 4"1.'' 137: 114 211 202 211 15t! 102! 41'-,! 136' 114 .VI 28(1 240 114! 21 01, I INSURANCE. -HERNANDO Insurance Co. OF MEMPHIS. OIHce : .No. '22 Madison Street. S. H.DT.1NSC0MB W. B. (4A1.BREATI1.. F. M. NKLS0N , President. Vice-President. ,,.. ....Secretary. Dlreetorai S. H. DlTXe'CGMB,; W. B. O ALHREATH, N. K0NTA1.NK, E. F. KIbK. I.. IUNAIjER, ,. H. MAKTIN, W. B. MALL"KY J)Y. I1HLCK. JOHN 0. FIZER. .1. A. SHANE. R. 8. .lOAEtf, W. t,. RAliFOKD. lainrri IdI Ism r-y fire, Bm rlasao'l Riser Rai. T RiFks on Private Dwellings especially. BANK. THE BASK 'OF COMMERCE, MEMPHIS, Ti:XT. Cash Capital, i$2o0,000. JOHN T. FAIUJASON, : : rresident JOHN OVEKTOX, Jr., : V. Pres-idect 11. A. PAllKEIt, : : : : : Cashier niRKCTORN. JOHN T. FARtJA'SON of Fftriason 4 Clay JA!. ELLEK late President UtHoto Bank THO. 11. ALLEN of Thos. H. Allen Jt Co M OAVIN ofM.Havin k Cc r. MANSFIELD of Mansfield Uiitbee JOHN OVEHTON, Jk of Memphis. Tenn O. II. P. PlPEh of Men phis. Tenn B. BAYLISS of B. Baylies Co JOH N C. FIZEK of Estes, Fiier ti Co tl-t CONCERT. POSTPONEMENT! FIFTH AND LAST CONCERT f IN All) OF THB Public Library of Ky. DAY FIXIOD AXO A FliLL DBAWIXG ASSFUEO -PS MOSDiT, 3 th4'OVE.HBEK, 1874. IAT CllANCE roa AN EASY FORTUNE! T'OSTI'ONEMEST OF THE FIFTH Xi. toncsn oi iu. iuuiiu . . .. ...... lucky has been so generally anticipated, and tsso manifestly for the interest of all con cerned, that it must meet the approval of al u. ta nnw .LanlniAlv fivf.il and there will h no vnriatian from the nroeTainuio now an nounced. A sufficient number of tickets had been sold to have enabled us to nave una a l.rne drawing on the 31st of July, but a short postponement was considered preferable to a partial drawiDg. Let it be borne in mind that The Fifth Gift Concert 14 III. " - ,uilrr tills rharisr imU by me . tnlmafnisat That it will positively and unequivocally take place a announced on MOMHY, 30th NOVLIBLR, v.t tk. music will be.the best the country affords, and that SO.OOO CASH GIFTS GiP.tTl!0 $2,500,000 will be distributed by lot among the ticket holders. I.I4T OF 4UIFTS. ONE OHAND CASH GIFT on bur and cam! 1ft o.nkukanucash uift on' b w k a nd cash gift 0 e uk and cash u1ft 5Cah tiifu.lJi.OKieach.. 2f).nn0 Kio.i.O 75,(41 .... Jft.f0 2fi0 .... KpO.OI ll.(41 .... lfal.isiO ('.14) li), 041 lui.isO l'li.OO U'.mo -l.i0 tr").uO Id Ca.h Uifif , each- Id Cah (lifts. 20 Cash (iifts. 2f. Cash Uif. "4. Cash (lifts. i0,l4) each. &,(4.4ieacD 4.i4l each a.(i) each 2.fi each each NO each . l'4i ea'.-...., : each..,. 5' Caen U.lls, lliO Cash Hifta, 24. Cash Oifls. f4i Cash (lifts, 19,(40 Ctuh Uifu. 8RANP TOTAL 3r.i0 UIFTS, ALL CAtH .. U.SOO.wwO PRICE OF TICKETS. Whole Tkketf Halves Tenths, c-r each coupon il Whole Timet! for Wtoie Ikkeu for I 54j 00 0J' S 00 NO tw .... l.UisJ UO Persons wishing tn invest should order pron.ptly. either f the tome of.-e. oriur local aen:s Liberal cou.mis'ii.ns will bt allowed to sa.-isfsi-tory ater.l. Circu.ars cnuinir.g full articulart I -r-ni4beii on ai a ;.i.n. Tllllt. K. H " 'TIF. Agent ard isr.a-r. Put lie Library I.ui. -r-r. L(U.?vi.le. Ky. u-i:.-.V COUNTY. KMilxri.U c. v. n. .-. 1 0. .4. c. c. O I 63 t ',' 5 873 903, 7I.II 511 : fVi 5511 778 401 : 580 1 471 12.5 848i Wl 1013 715: .550 500 tm 404 3'8! 85 1 1 Wri! 10141 w 500; 5ti!l' 705 5mi 588 aw 852: '7 I0I2: 506: 5ti ! 707, 40! 580; m Ml-UH- ?? lis ')! 47. 31h! 521 00 114 22 5t'w 310 315 08 1 113 210 507 310 313 474 3111 12W 238 570 315 310 414 307 81K! 524 520 500, 522 -1- 68511 3014 7C8H' :M(Hi 71U5I X)37 TtKil 3115- I 300i 271 311! 102! 185 415: :!7. 211' 2"2 301 JHH 2521 1151 21rt! tor 301 21 -00! 101 ml 183! 257; 205 ' 205 1 11)7! 332 151 103, 400 137! 113 30li 216 00 104 64 :il'l 270' 31(1, -loii; 183' 417; 211' 202' 303 ! S): 137: 115 210. hi), 247 270 1001 tV5' 183 258 205 205 117 2:!2 154 W) 408 137 114 311 104 102' 18.5 400 W7 211 202 302 2H0 137 . 115 .215 81 186' 418 18 ( 17; 205 2d' 1081 T.54 100 - 400! 130! 1 113; 307 211 202 301 20 1.17 115 210 SO JSAUCE JltlDE JtlAItK. WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE SUPREME COURT GENERAL TERftfl. JOHN W. LEA ft al. acninst SLNDRY , COCNTKHFLIrEUS. ; . "When it is apparent that there is an inten tion to deceive the public by the ure ot the name of the place and The word descrip tive of an article, such deception will not be protected by the preterite that tbfe words ennnot housed in such uiunner a.t ' to constitute a 14 trade mark.1' Where words and the allocation of word hnve, by loog uee. become known as des ignating the artiule of a pnrticalnr luann lacturer, he aciiuiros a ripht to thetu as trade mark, whisk coinpetingdeulers can. - not fraudulently invnde The esicnce of the wrong is the false repre sentation and deceit, on proof of which an injuuetion will issue " The etmclwlinsr words of (lie Judges decision are : " The order nipealef from thould he uicdi 6ed nnd tbe injunction t-xtende'l so as to pro hibit the Ufe of the words ' Wor..csterliire sruco' on the bills, labels and wrappers tit tbe defendant." LEA S, PERKINS' CELEBRATED VK0S0VXCED CONNOISSEURS To be the "ONLY .04! sum:," And applicable to EVLRY VARIE TY OF DISH. EXTRACT of LKTTKK from SIEDIIIAL UEN- XL E. VI AN at Madras, to h:9 brother at WOKCK.'-TtK, Mny, 11-51. .j It fTV Ml... i. fi r ... vriiia Lijiii intir fTvCA Sauce iflhiphlyes ...I tcoioeil in Indid. and i.-i.in inyoj.in ion, the most i-al-tahle as vtifll aft the most wh-,ie- soine nance tna. is made." i Worcestershire Sauce. Sold Wholesale and or Exnortrttion by the Proprietors, LK.A and PKUHINtS, Worcester. 1.- l 1. I D...!l u- r-..in.- : c. .llKinoili iiiiu iiuinn v Li-ii.cie iu..ii,icr,.,i.- erally throughout the World. AhU fur Lea it Perrlns' Sauce. All parties infrintring on the above will be , prosecuted by Messrs. LEA & PERKINS. ' JOHN DCJiCAM'S SONS, lio-xix-iin-w -itr.MV Toh. TOaACCO. TO THE TRADE. Mkuchis, July 20, lc74. WE WCULD CALL YOUR ATTtNTIOS to the fact that we are selling Blu;--well'a Uenuino DURHAM SMOKING TOBACCO, in accordance to the ReTitftd .Trice List of the Manufac turers, who guaranU-e that the prices are as low ae cm be had at the Factory or through any other agent. In purchasing through n freight to Memphis ie avoided. Will fumish- I'nce List on application. S. KAUFMAN &. BRO., 35 Main Slreef. 124 T . CONCERT m SECO.Nl AS!) LAST GRAND GIFT CONCERT 114 AID OF Tl! Masonic Relief Associaticrs OF K0KF0L. VA., Tlmrsday, Siptember 3,.1W4. THIS ENTERPRISE 18 CONDUCTED li the Masonic Relief Association, of Nor folk. V'a., undr authority of ihe Virginia Legislature irt passed Match . 1K73) for tbe purpose of raising funds to complete the Ma onin Temple now in course of erection in Norfolk. 30,000 TH'KETS 8000 1AMI IH ij250, OO O O O ! TO BE Giyr.Ji AWAY I A New Feature, To-wit! A Gift is Guaran teed to one of every ten Consecutive Numbers. I lr OF til VTH. C ne Gran! Cash Gift of One Grand Cash Gift of - jh.Ot't One Grand Cash Gift of One Grand Cash Gift of "J-1" One Grand Cash Gilt of W ' One Grand Cash Gift of 2.NK1 One Grand Cah Oitt nf ,?'!'" 15 Cash Gilu of "n (leach .. 15.H'"- S Cash tiilu of .ViOeach . 14,0 i. Cash Gifts ef 2M1 each 10,7'U Csh (iiftsof leach .... ll.c'C 2V1 Cah Gifts of li eich - ii.J ,'.Csh Git( of fx each ....; -Jh.w, S".tl Caah Gifts of 10 eaeh .. .."WJ 6KOCASH GIFTS, aggregating ....2f0,U t Whole Tickets. 110; Half Ticketa, IS; Quar ter Tickets. 12 60: Eleven Whole Tickets or Twenty-two Half Ticket for lluO. No dit eount on les amount. So Individual Benofllr. ThisCon-ert is llrictly fer MAFONICpur ioms, and will be conducted ith the sane liberality, hot.esty and fairnesi which char acterired the tr't erurivis. JOHN L. KOl'KR. President. ForTi'.keu and Circulars giving full infrr- matiwn. address, HeiiryV. Moore Necretary, MASdN'IC RiLirr ASSOCIATION. MIRIUI.k. ...... 1IHI.IMI Af-rts Witj Le-ywhere. ..4-a.j-V 247 k; t.5 184 2 7T . (. 205 21T v-i lui 114.