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:7 KAILKOAD TIKE TABLES. Paper ! Paper ! Paper MEMPHIS At LOUD'YiLLK RAILROAD, v I' . Arrives. Leaves. F AU, KI9DI. D 8- Li MJ'M n IS I Hl'EIW A.M. r.u. 'tpre.ii, exoort Sunday,., 2.00 , iii Trnin 4.10 ' .lwnsvilie Accomtnodt- . Ion, except iijudny 10,00 . . I U.l. . , A.M. P.M. 3.30 12.30 4.40 ,'kset OU'te, 287 Main street, oorner of .Madison. ' , MISSISSIPPI AHD XKNNKSSBS R. R. ' ' Arrive. Leave. A.M. r.M. P.M. H. 0. MsMdallyt..... 2.10 11.15 J txprei (daily ex. Sunday) 8.20 4.28 . jreignt many ex. Sunday j 4.15 4.50 j Jepot at foot of Main street. J li.;kot Ouice. 287 Wain street, corner of taduon. jj burke. Gen'l Bap't. . MEMPHIS AND LITTLE ROCK RA rLROAD Arrives. Leaves. a.m. r.M. I . r.H. Mai! Train daily - 2.45 2.45 tre'ihtand Aocouinoda- 1 tbu .. ........ 8.25 1 e.00 Seeping ears On mail train. Depot Center .'.anding. foot of Washington street. Tioket 9ce, 287 (cor. Madison! and 278 Main street, . A. 8. LIVERMOKE. flen. Sun t. Passengers get a GOOD SUPPER or Break It at Drinkley's 70 miles from Memphis. ADCCATI AND MEMPHIS RAILROAD. and Freight Train leaves 4:00 p.m " " arrives , 8:00 a.m hi mail and freight train leaves CovLigton Memphis at 7 a.m. and returns to Coving vj at7s(6 p.m. Trains leaving Memphis will tart from the Underwriters' Warehouse. J. V. WILBUR. Hen'l Snp't. RAILROADS. UISYILLE AND NASHVUlE :reat Southern RaUrtal. , . -press train loaves daily (Sundays oxcqpted). .... .. 3 :30 a.m . '.ail Train leaves daily 12:30 p.m Brownsville Accommodation leaves daily (Sundays excepted) 4:40 p.m mr No change of ears by this line for Loils ville, St. Louis or Nashville. Pullman Pa lace ileeping-eare on all night trains, i For tickets or information apply at flwket Office, 287 Maf u, cor. Madison. ' . V JOHN T. FLYNN.Hnp't Memphis Dh, J a ma Spkid, Ticket Agent. 4-t r WKCHASE Y0UI1 TICKETS 'T. : - via ERIE RAILWAY p.ECT CONNECTION AT LOUISVTfCE The Finost Sleeping and Drawing- Iioom Coaches in the World. t ' FROM "IncinnaH, Chicago, Niagara Falls, AND BUFFALO, ' NEW YORK WITHOUT CHANGE. ; DOUBLE TRACK. PERFECTLY CON i struoted, fully equipped, and provided rth new and costly rolling-stock. The lux iry of the roomy, broad-gauge coaches, taken n oonneotion with a panorama of peautifHl rtenery, combine to render this route superior ,o all others. ... , . n For informa ion and tickets, apply at all ticket office, in Mem,hi..FiiLLKRi a.nnSoutbwe8teraN6,AgrBt.Cn,Tcinnatl. ff-t ' Gon'l PnodSnger Agent. New York. ONLY ONE NIGI1T OUT FROM Louisville, Cincinnati and St. Louis -ro NEW YOIfclC, I VIA THX UTTLE MIAMI, PAN HANDLE and Pennsylvania Route. Shortest and Qntchestto all Eastern Cities. i DAILY THROUGH TRAINS. THROUGH FROM . Cincinnati to New York ..H20 HOUItS. 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O What a Full wa There, My Coun try women? From the Chicago Times, August 25. ' She is failenl We may now pause before that splendid prodigy which tow- Vt nanhirio. nmntlff lia ltkfl SO tTl fi ancient ruin whose frown terrified the jjlance its maRnihcence attractea. nnnt irtnnmv nnrl nPPIlllHr. shd lat Viiauu, ..'"'"J " " " I " upon her virgin throne, an austere and ancient maiden, wrapped in me souiuua nr sinrtlia l.lnnsil n A tpmiieat unon the rostrum, a tornado at the polls, a vortex in social life, a whirlpool, a maelstrom,, a cloud burst, a rapid old girl generally, sne seemea aiways as to virtue a very iceberg. Erotic pas sion bad, apparently, no course through her veins; tney Dowea wuu mo ii;o- L.n'. .amna- . Afinrninff bflr AaV ATtA U1UU. . ,ou.tlc..- ww.u.wp, j geueration, the teemed bent, at far as in her lay, on thwarting posterity Dy 1 ......... . . n r.rYTT nf Vl O r a d ! f ' ft Fl (I J H (1 i - tion hat it that when Moses proclaimed the decalogue she moved an amendment to the seventh commandment, contem plating such a condition ol numan ai- f..:-.. nnU in a abnrt. timA llAVA mile DD n umi. ' bmw. r. brought the world to an ending. But she is fallen. Amm tne crasnine tnuu ders of ber coming down we were lost iq such a maze as to be incapable of com ment. Even now it seems incred ible. Tbe iceberg of virtue, melting in the embrace of passion I But the tele graph tells the woful story, and if we would save a Titanwa- must sink a Titaness; if we would spare Beecher we must believe Bessie. Abl Susan, bow grandly and grimly yon came down from the pre historic times, sitting in the lapse of ages. That you should have lapsed into other laps and become a spectacle to Bessie and a talvation to Beecher is, as to Bessie, terrible to con template. There is but one consolation in the terrible Btory: "She jumped pretty quick." Let os be thankful for the celerity of that jump. It showed that there was yet in tbe old girl some of the activity of her antediluvian days, if it does not -establish her desire to sail again an iceberg through the ardent seas. But she is failenl . The Charm or Santa Cms. Correspondence of the Boston Journal. Vbis beautiful island is rightly called theGem of the Sparkling Carib Sea." Its chatming and varied scenery re minds oneconstantly of Switzerland. Though known by many as possessing the most mild, equable and healthy cli mate on tbe globe, it seems to have been generally overlSiked and almost forgot ten, because steam navigation is sup posed to make other less desirable placet so much more accessible. It is located a little aside from the route of ocean Iteamers, yet it is only forty miles from St. Thomas, the coaling station for steamers of all nations, and where the mails, freight and passengers are landed for all the "Windward" and "Leeward Islands." And now that the United States and Brazil line of steamers is so well established (none better afloat), leaving New York the 23d of each month (February excepted), connecting at St. Thomas with excellent schooners, which will at once take passengers to Christiansted or West End in five or six hours, making the entire trip from New York to the island in six or seven days, the objec tions as to access are easily removed. As the aetnal facta become known, it would seem that this island would soon become the moBt popular of resorts for those who are seeking a mild climate during the winter and spring months. TU timnaratnrJI dlirinff thftBIltire Vear Ttlyies only some seventeen degrees, say to to 87 degrees Fahrenheit, averag ing abt111' degrees during me wiuwr and tpr'xig. The drivet upon the island are exhilarating. The roadt are magni ficent, iuria9sea out nine uj wwo Central Park. At the entire island hat been nnder cultivation for a long period. not an unbeimy spoi cau uo luu.m. The climate is rather too dry for the planter, but ita dryness is probably the cause of itt being to healthy. Good living is certaiuty, as every thing desirable is easily obtained. 1 he English language it the common lan guage. The people r exceedingly hospitable and- polite, especially to ttrangers. Climate, tcenery, food and 'X,ABOE8T CITY CIRCULATION. MEMPHIS, IENN TUESDAY a friendly people, all combine to make it a most desirable post for the searcher for health. To open this delightful island tr, those who mav be benefitted by a so joorn there, an enterprising merchant - r-i 1 . ' . 1 n.;,L o! i;nrtstiauHieu naa, m cuuueuiiuu .uu others, purchased for the accommoda tion of boarders the beautiful estate called "Bulow's Minda." It was for merly the residence of two of the Col onial Governors. It is located tome two miles from Government "house fn Christiansted, situated on a high hill, and commanding one of tbe most varied and extensive viewsto be seen anywhere. Tbe buildings are large, well built, in good order, fine stables, delightful walks, in fact everything which can make a life there of four or six.mouths perfectly enjoyable. There are also several fine estates hav ing large and comfortable houses, where private families are glad to take a lim ited number of boarders, and where strangers have assured us they never fared better or enjoyed themselves more. Such board can he had for the compara tively low price of $10 to $14 per week. There' is an excellent hotel near the landing, whee persons can go to refresh themselves; and if they do not wish to remain the gentlemanly landlord will give all requisite information. There is likewise a hoase near tbe fort, kept by a lady, and some private families in the town receive' strangers occasionally. The Government House and banks are located at Christiansted, and it may be of fome interest to know that the agents of this branch of the English Colonial Bank are Messrs. Maitland, Phelps k Co , of New York. All who seek this lovely island in search of health will never regret it. If they try it a "Health Seeker " believes they will try it again. Tnrklsn Matrimonial Troubles. A letter from Constantinople to' the Montreal Gazettee, written on the 25th of July last, says: A great scandal is at this moment the common theme of conversation in both native and European society. The wife of Halil Scherif Pasha, nee Princess Nazil of Egypt, niece of the Khedive, and daughter of the MuBtapha Fazyl Pasha, has just separated herself from her husband, after a short married life of fourteen months. This beautiful and accomplished lady is One of the very few Turkish women who have received a good education. Brought np in tbe soci ety of a most accomplished English lady, she is thoroughly conversant with Eng lish and French, Bpeaking both 'lan guages fluently, and possessing a very respectable knowledge of the literature of the two great WeaUrn nations. She is, besides, a good musician, and alto gether a clever woman. Her father, like all the descendants of the great Mebemet Ali of Egypt, is a moBt enlightened man, and has given his three daugh ters a thoroughly European education. But behold the result! This lady is too intelligent for a purely Mussulman huB band too delicately-minded to be merely the chief of a harem. And the marriage which, it was trumpeted abroad, would have an immense influ ence on Turkish female society, has in bo short a time come to naught. Very lately the Princess dined with Lady El liott, the wife of the British Ambassador, at the British Embassey, the first Mus sulman woman who had ever entered and dined there. Her influence joined to that of her sisters and a few other Turkish ladies, was really having a most beneficial effect on the domestic life of many of the higher Turkish families, when unfortunately all has been with ered in the bud, (or her husband's con duct (although he is Turkish Minister (or Foreign affairs, and has passed much of hit time in Paris) became to bad that human nature could endure no more, her tense of propriety being offended every day. It was impossible for an intelligent, pure minded woman to live long with him, and the was compelled to return to her father's house, where she now lies dangerously ill. Her father as well as her uncle, are dread fully scandalized, and for this reason the latter did not come to Constantinople lately, as has always been his custom at the Sultan's fete. No doubt steps will be taken in some way or other to punish any individual whom they imagined they were honoring by their alliance. The mother of the Khedive, with a great retinue, came last week to Constantino ple from Egypt, and her granddaughter, ill as she was, went to throw herself at her feet demanding justice at heT hands. At this old lady is a personage by no meant lucking in intelligence, and hus, besides, the reputation of being rather revengeful, the will doubtless use all her influer.ee at the imperial court, which is very great, to bring about a change in the life of her granddaugh ter's late husband, the latter having al ready taken unto himself another wife, and added generally to the increase of hit already ample harem." . No monument markt the grave of Stonewall Jackson, in Virginia, but merely a heavy gravestone, surmounted by a tcroll of white marble, with tbe timple inscription, "General Thomas J. Jackson." Speaking of a young man who was accidentally hot while turkey hunting, a Missouri paper consolingly remarks: "He lived but a shoit time, and his friends now regret his violation of the game law." "Ah! ladies," said an old epicure, as he opened a bottle of wine, " what it more delightful than the popping of the champagne cork?" "The popping of the question I" unanimously cried the ladies. Goldsmith Maid was a wayward child. Her owner never got any work out of her but t-ice,' one half day in plowing corn, and one half day in drawing stones. Once she was hitched to a harrow, but after a short distance the reared back ward and entaneled her hind legs in the i cross-piece, so that it was concluded that tbe wasn t cut out tor worn. EVENING, SEPTEMBER 1, 1874. MUSIC. Ksta1tllsle in 1858. E. Ay BENSON'S OLD AMD BELIABLK Wholesale Music House - And - PIANO-FORTE WAREROOXS, 317 Main Street. is wow orrEBixo BENSON A CO.'S Pianos irom..$3 to $150 sr VOf IB A SONS' Pianos from....J380 to 1500 mw QABLER Pianos from 1400 to J560 - STFINWA Y A SON'S Planoi-50e Co 11250 mw MASON A HAMLIN Organs ...1100 U 1500 100 PIAXOSFOIt SALE OK Monthly Paymeuta, as Follows t Ccuk Downr- ' ISO 100 1150 $200 $250 300 IM $400 $150 $500. Monthly Payment i $45 $40 $35 $30 $25 $20 $15 $10 $5 -Or a Liberal Discount for 'all Cash Down. Sheet Mualo and Musical Merchandise NOW IS TIIETIME TO BUT mw Pianos Tuned and Repaired by eompe tont workmen. K.A.BENSON. 9Jt-t 117 Mnin art. MTnrhi. Tmtl. THE OLD RELIABLE. BOOK tilXDEBY, Blauk Book Manufactory And PRINTING HOUSE, 15 West Court street, Memphis. S.C.TOOPi i-1 Proprietor BOOKS BOUND AND MANUFACTURED from a pamffilkt to tho hhibt booi id the country, the Eastern market not excepted in quality or price. Fine Blank Hooks Sperlall . sat SOME R VILLE FALCON Soraerville, Fayette Co., Tenn. SPARKS & 5IATIIES, PKOPRICrOK. I TS CLOSE CONTIGUITY TO MEMPHIS makes n tna Best Advertising Mediant in West Tennessee. Only three hoars' ride from Memphis to Somerville. Ladrange, Mos cow, Lafayette, Macon, Oakland, Mason, Stanton, and other points in Fayette and on the lin 1 SAUCE. TK.4DE MARK. WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE SUPREME COURT GENERAL TERM. JOHN W. I.K A et al. asninrt SUNDRY COUNTEHFMTliKS. " When it is apparent that there is an inten tion to deceive the public by the use of the name of the place and the word descrip tive of an article, such deception will not be protected by the preteiue that these words cud not be used in svh manner at to constilula a " trade mark." Where words and the allocation of words have, by long Ufa, htcome known as des ignating the article of a particular manu facturer, he acijuirea a ruht to them as trade mark, which competingdealers can not fraudulently invade. The estence of the wrong is the false repre sentation end deceit, on proof of which an injunction will issue." The concluding words cf tbe Judges' decision are t " The order appealed from should be modi fled and the injunction extended so as to pro hibit the use of the words Worcestershire sauce' on the bills, labels and wrappers of the defendant." LEA & rER KINS' CELEBRATED PRONOUNCED EXTRACT of a l.tlltn irom MEDICAL GEN TLEMAN at Madras, to his brother at WORCESTER. May. 1161. " Tell Lea A Per rins that their auce is highly es teemed in India, and is. in myopin ionT the most pal atable as well as CONNOISSEURS To be the SAICE," And applicable ti EVCRI VARIE TY OF DISH. J be i ome is ma he mnt wbnle- bauce that de." Worcestershire Sauce. fold Wholensle and for Exportation by the Proprietors, LEA and 1'KKKINS, Worcester. Knuland; and Keiail br Dealers in Sauces geu erally throughout the World. Ask for Lea cV rerrins' Sance. All parties infringing on the above will b prosecuted by Mers. LEA A PLUKINS. JOHN DUSCAVS SON'S, UO-xU-110-w . SEW TOaK. ''MRU- F Fifteen Centt pep Week NO. 1 WEEKLY PUBLIC LEDCER. CHEAP READING. Y A 36-Column Journal The Weekly PUBLIC LEDGER! PUBLISH En EVr.BT TUESDAY MORNING, AT $2 Per Annum ! Till; BEMT NEWS, LITERARY, Miscellaneous Journal In Tenneswi Our Commercial, News, Miscellaneous and Local departments will ba kept up to the high est standard of approved journalism, endeav oring to please all tastes and te Interest all Readers, Thus making the Werxlt Ledoei a wel come, pleasing and iiteresting FIRFSIDE VISITOR AND FAMILY COMPANION! r.atoi of Advcrtlelna s tl 00 per Bqnars for Fint Insertion. SOo " Xack Subsequent Insertion. In every section of the State and throughout the South. Plainly printed, on superior pa per, with a large and increasing circulation. ADVERTISERS 7 Cannot fail to sea the unrivsied inducements offered by ns in the way of cheap and profit able advertisements. Terms ot subejorlptlont 12 per Arm Tim, Invariably in Adva no - Specimen copies mailed free. mr AU communications should be ad dressed to E. ITllITaORE, Pbliher and Prop., IS JIaUleoss Street- A. 7.,DU FONT it COS Hanafaetarert and Wholesale Dealers LoutoTllle, e e e Keatic&f Have last removed to their new,' lart rour-story warehouse. Ho. let stain I J 80-t LEGAL. Trustee Sale. , BY VIRTUE OF TF1K TERMS OP A DEET in trust eierut.T In th nnHnniffmul Trustee, on the 11th day of January, lH7:t. and v i.uuiu ,u me ivcKiauirs ouice 01 oneioy county, Tennessee, in Deed Boot 102, page 4T4, 1 will on . r Saturday, the 3d or October, 1874, at the south gate of Court Square, in the city of Memphis, Tenn., sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, within legal hours, the property in said trust deed and the) deed therein referred to, described as follows, to-wit: Situate, lying and being in Shelby county, Tennessee, in the Seventeenth Civil District of said county, in range 8 and sec tions 3 and 4, and being part of a subdivisieit. of a six hundred and twelve-acre tract pur chased March 2H, 1866, from A, WoodruB by E. Irby, and more particularly described aa follows, to-wit: Beginning at a stake sooth. 4jH east 13 links, a black gum, the north east corner of Mount Vernon Church lot; thence north 14 east 66 S-1U pole to a stake, southeast co-ner of A. C. Hoark's 142-aore subdivision ; thence west 1 fO' north 218 poles to a stake, three dogwood and two white oak pointers, the southwest corner of said Koark's . subdivision ; thenee south 34' east 7i 3-10 poles to a stake, mulberry and birch pointers, south 62 east 16 links, a birch; thence east 1 north 217 89-100 poles to the beginning, con taining by estimation 100 acres. Title believed to be good, butl sell and con vey only as Trustee. Equity of redemption barred. JAMES M. ADAMS, Trustee. llusia A Pohtok, Attorneys. . 164-25 ' XoM-HcBidcnt Notice. Betsy Kelton) Second Circuit Conrt of vs. V Shelby county, Tennes- : N. T. Nelson J see. , TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT IX L this cause, that the defendant is a non resident of the State of Tennessee ; it is there- -fore ordered that he make his appearance herein at the court-house in the oity of Mem phis, Tennessee, on or before the third Mon day in September next, 1174, and plead, an- swer or demur to plaintiff's bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to him and set ' for hearing eg parte; and that a copy of thia order be published once a week for four suc cessive weeks, in the Memphis l'ublio Ledger. P. i. BOYLE, Clerk. . By Ono. J. Campbell, Deputy Clerk. 152-lM-xi--12 . Inaolrent Notice. Surg op TKNygasEg, Fhki.bt Couktt,") OFFIOg COUKTT COCET CLglg, . M km p ii IB, Tinn., August 26, 1874. J To Chas. Richmond, Administrator, ete. : HAVING 6U80ESTED THE INSOLVBff cy of the estate of T. N. WeIls,'.deoeased you are hereby ordered to give notioe. by ad vertisement in some newspaper published within the said State, and also at the court house door of Shelby county, for all person having claims against said estate to appear and file i be same with the Clerk of the County Court, authenticated in the manner prescribed by law, on or before the 27th day of February. 1875; and any claim not filed on or before said day, or before an appropriation of the funda of said estate is made, shall be forever barred, both in law and equity. ' Witness my band, at office, this 2fith day of August, 1874. JAMES KK1LLV, Clerk. By IIuoh B. Cfi.lss, D. C. Notice is hereby given ss required above, C11AS. KICIiMOtfD. Adin-'r. Miupbis, August 26, 1874. lo4-25 Attachment Notice. ' In the First Circnit Conrt of Shelby County. Tennessee. , Frank Melons vs. John Gillespie, surviving partner of the firm of John (iillespie A Bro. IN THIS CAUSE AN ATTACHMENT HAV fng been sued out under section Mr5 of tha Code, and returned into Court, levied upon tbe stock of goods in store house No. 4o0 Main . street, of defendant, and affidavit having ' been made that the defendant is indebted to plaintiff in the sum of I10!i 73 by account for money loaned, and lhat the defendant is a-non-resident of the State of Tennessee; it is therefore ordered that be make his personal eppearance herein, before the Judge of the First Circuit Court of Shelby county, on tbe third Monday in September next ana defend said attaonment suit within the time pre scribed by law, or tbe same will be proceeded with cx parte; and that a copy of this order be published once a week, for four consecu tive weeks, in the Memphis Ledger. Done at office, this ll'th day of August, 1874. B. F. COLEMAN, Clerk. r By F. W. Rotstkb, Jr., Deputy Clerk. P. J. Mulvihill, Attorney for Plaintiff. 14-lM-xix-2 8 i I - .."ggig PRICE, JONES & CO., JOB PRINTERS AND Blank Book Manufacturers, NO. 12 JEFFERSOJ ST. 4- wrtifHi. "RECOKD," SEARCY, ARKANSAS, CTRCt'LATES AMONG ALI, THE MBR ohancs in Uie White and Red river val leys. Is the People's Organ. Memphis merchant will tnd this a good medium ta make their business known to the country merchant in that ewtion particu larly. Address JACOB 1-BOLICH, J-. Roarers Arkan. 4-91 i.ouuTiiie a.