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FIRE. INLAND AND MARINE t ii is Bluff City Insurance Co, OF MEMFH1". Office : No. 293 Main Street. DIRKCTORB: 'Frank. ' 31 H High. J H Smith, .. Id Gavin, 8 A Eckerly, J P Williams. Jerome Hi". U W Jones. H M Jinii -W H Moere. I . J c Beely, David P Uadden. , WAGag. ' iAyiWDBP.VxMrvi..Pr,rid.nt. ' W. H. MOOHK. Secretary. PUBLIC LEDGER. ; OFFIOB-Ko. 13 Mapiboh Bmn. MEMPHIS! Friday Evening, Sept. 11, 1874. Me.JoLoc haa taken charge of the oity eirculation of the Lidoeb. The publie can rely npon aim for It prompt and regular de livery, i. . " ' . " Democratic and ConservatiYO Pari j. , .. For Governor. t JAMES D. PORTER, of Henry Connty. . for Contrtm, Tenth Mittritt. H. CASEY YOUNG, of Shelby County. CABPET BAQ COHVEHIIOH". The Southern carpet-baggers who hare teen defeated for office are to have a convention to be held in ChBttanoosa or Atlanta some time in October to devise ways and means to gain for themselves restoiation to place and power. It is gravely announced that no office holder will be allowed to take part in the delib . erations, which means that the whole affair will be managed in the interests of the men who live on the misfortunes of the South. The propositions to exclude office holders is too transparent to de ceive any one familiar with Southern Eadicalism. It is a fact well known in the South, and which is beginning to be recogniaed in the North, that the back fcone of the Radical party in the South is composed mainly of office holders and office-seekers'; hence, the object of the proposed convention will be readily anderstood. SehatoV Browklow thus comments on the late election in our county: " In Shelby ..county, where the Republican ticket was triumphant at an election a year ago" by about 1000 majority, the Democratic ticket was recently elected by about 6000 majority. Thousands of ex-Union soldiers, who never before or since the war voted other than a Repub- lican ticket, went to the polls vehemently cursing the Republican majority in Con gress, and deposited their ballots for original secessionists against their com rades in the Union army, swearing as they did so that they would never again f ote With a party which supported the co-edncation of the races." -' 1 Thb New's of Atlanta, Ga., of recent date, aays: A large and highly appreciative ao dience assembled at St. Phillip's church last night to hear Bishop Quintard on the Cathedrals of England. The emi nent divine has had the opportunity, in his extensive travels, of seeing the sub ject of his discourse, and handled his subject in an able manner. He began with the Cathedral of Ely, that a year ago in October last celebrated its twelve hundredth anniversary, and in his vivid description of Westminster, Canterbury and 8tJ Paul's, carried the audience through the long drawn out aisles; ahowed them the richly stained glass of the grand old windows; read the epi taphs of kings, princes and nobles as tbey appear on their tablets, and in aplendid pictures gave all the glories of ancient architecture that compose these noble piles. . - Colon bl W. yf. Qatkb will soon issue new paper at Henderson, Tennesiee, to be called the Advocate. Colonel Gates i) a veteran in journalism, and will continue to make bis mark in tie profession, Kenderson is situated on the line of the Memphis and Enoxville railroad, in Madison connty, and is surrounded by a rich and fertile coun try. It is doubtless a tood point far a newspaper;' " i. The Somerville Falfon states that all the Democratic connty officers elect of Fayette county were sworn into office la.it Monday and Tuesday, the Radical party having migrated to a more conge nial clime.' "Peace reigns once more in Warsaw," and it is not probable that any further troubles will arise. Fayette has, indeed, made a miraculous escape from the clutches of negro Radicalism. , I m The citizens of Fayette county hold a public meeting to-day at Somerville to give disapprobation and condemnation of mob law and all unlawful acts of vio lence by parties wearing masks or other disguise. This is a move in the right direction? Oar people must he educated to respect the laws, and to cive no coun tenance to individuals who break open jails and murder he'pVas prisoners. The Blount aud Jtflerson connty Re publican conventions have both declared for Judge Houk for Congress. The J icge seems to be gaining ground a l ? t his dit-trict. Tbornburg's friends, lowever, are milking a desperate 6tfbt. The Knoxville Chronicle, the only daily Eadict! parer in the State, supports j . Thor'aburg This raorting papers report thut mS or seven men have been arrested in Uibs county by the United , States autharit nn the chares of beine iinrilicated in I ibson es the late Trenton outrage. Let them have fuir trial, and whether guilty or inm cent, let the law take its course. Governor John C. Brown has ofli red a reward of J500 for the arrest of the nirro fiend who brutally outraged ai TUnnott. Mason, at La Verine. tear Mi free.horo. on the 28th ult. The North ern Radical papers have not heard of this yet. r.nvcgvnn Baxter has again decline to accept the nomination o( the Arkan sas Democracy for Governor, ana A. c Garland has been selected for the pos COLONEL YOPG'S SPEECH. ' Colonel H. Casey Young, the Demo ..I nnrt iTonservaiive nominee lur Congress in tlis district, was serenaded laat nipht St the Peabody Hotel. . A crowd of more than one thcusand per sons shortly assembled, and Colonel G, W. Gantt introduced the nominee to his enthusiastic friends in a few highly fe licitous remarks. Colonel Young re sponded in a brief and eloquent speech, Inch was substantially as follows Friends and Fellow-eitiiens: If. in the cominz canvass. I should be fortunate enough to meet, only half the expectations which may be created by the eloquent eulogy which my friend Colonel Gantt has just pronounced npon me, I shall have compassed the full measure of my ambition. When I was an obscure little boy, living in the humble country house where I was reared and lived almost to the years of manhood. I Bometimeg dreamed of brighter future, when for some good deed or meritorious action I should be re- arded with the applause and commen dation of mv fellow countrymen, but in the wildest visions of my early youth or the most sanguine anticipations ot ma' ture manhood, I never conceived of the generous good feeling and warm affec tion which-the people of Memphia have this night manifested toward me. While I feel profoundly grateful for this demonstration ot popular confidence and a just, and I think, a pardonable Bride in the high distinction which has been conferred upon me, yet I have not the vanity to believe that it is an ovation tendered to me for any personal virtue hica I may possess or for any peculiar hold winch 1 nave upon popular atlec tion. but I feel assured that it is in homaee to the principles of the great political party which has recently sent me tortu as its accrecmea sinnaara- earer in the arjuroaching contest for a seat in the next (Jongrew ot the United States. When a few days sgol wentbefore the convention assembled at Bolivar, 1 met s my "opponents many gentlemen ho would have borne the banner of the Conservative party ith more ability than I possess, and who would have reflected great honor npon themselves and their con stituents as members of the National legislature. But fortune smiled upon me, and I, by chance, received an honor which would have been well bestowed had! it fallen upon any one of my oppo nents. It is a subject of great regret with me that, though I have lived among you for the greater part of my life, I have for the past few years been so much engaged with the duties of my profes sion as to have prevented me from min gling with my fellow citizens enough to have become personally known to every voter in the city of ' Memphis. Bat be fore this canvass is over I trust I shall not only be known but loved by them all. To those who do know me I feel that I need make no appeal; to those who do not I have only to say, give me yonr confidence until you shall have had time and opportunity to judge me fairly and justly. Give me your moral aid and sympathy, and nave no tears lor the re sult of the coming contest. This is scarcely a fitting occasion to discuss any of those great measures of national policy which will engage the attention of the next Congress. I may, however, say that every measure pre sented, from whatever source it may come, which in my judgment is calcula ted to promote the good of the entire country, shall receive my hearty and cordial indorsement. But, on the other band, should any policy be urged, either by own or the adverse party, which I conceive to be hurtful to the public good, I shall meet it with a stern and unyield ing opposition. In the coming canvass I do not pro pose to make war upon any man for epinion's sake. I shall have no quarrel or petty bickering with my political op ponents; yet I shall leel it a duty to ex pose their party sins and denounce their evil teachings. I shall endeavor to con vert them to my faith and win tbem to my support by a manly tolerance, a calm and dignified discussion of the questions about which we differ, and before my term of office sball expire (for I feel no doubt of a triumphant election), I feel a confident nBuranee that every man in this Congressional District will be my friend and supporter, whatever may be his faith or creed. Proud as I am of the high distinction which mj fellow citizens have conferred upon me, jet my feelings of gratifica tion are shadowed with a sentiment of 'regret when I rrflect that my ambition has been tralibed at the expense of other gentlemen possessing, perhaps, more ability and greater cluims upon public confidence than it ii my good lor tune to have. In the list of my oppo nents in the Bolivar Convmtion I had the honor to meet some of the ablest and most distinguished men of or State. Colonel W. T. Avery, one of my oldest and best friends, a gentleman whM high talents and warm, generous ira. pulses, have for many year made him the ideal of the people of West Tennes see, wlb one of the most conspicuous of my opponents, and bore hinieelf in our recent short contest with the courtly grace which has always marked bis de portment. Another one who met me with the (hivalry nf a true knight was CIoncl Hoaea Townsend, a gentleman who came among ns when our sky was dark, when we were at the mercy of a power- ful and recently triumphant enemy, and ; who Cttbly and gallantly raised Lis elc- ' quent voice in our behalf, Btid has ever since been our most neuuiasc iriena. A nit I met inn. still another knichtlv focrcan. one who though only a little way past the threshold of mature ni hood, evinced so high an ability and so ke hiin one of the most formidable of thnaa vhn nnnnspd ma. I allude to all i my young friend Mr. Thomas C. Lowe, w 10 now sits upon this stand by my siue an ftllv where I munli rirefor to have b as bim instead of where he recently was my Iront as an opponent. I aeed not eny that Colonel Mosby, Pivit mil Hnn. .lump B. Fentress. Hardeman -county, - bore themselves throughout the contest like true gentle men, as every boay anows mem to dr. In Annalnainn tnv follnnr Pl'tlTPnA ftlln l .UUVIUO. J, .- J - , " mA tn inf I hat ahnnld T h honored bv . ulnnimn am vnni rDnrOflPnlfllll' in Congress, 1 shall endeavor to deserve your confidence and do nothing to cause a single regret at your selection. , SEW YORK. Combination nwen Put I fir Mall Mritmfihlp Company anil I rua CoDiluruial Railroad Moaltu' MlnleuisDt. New York, September 11-. The latest phase of the controversy between ' the Pacific Mail Steamship Company and the Trans continental railroad is a ru mored combination, embracing the rail roads between Philadelphia New York, Baltimore and San Francisco for a new and powerful line on the Pacific Ocean to run exclusively in the interest of railroads and their European connec tions. The name of Governor Leland Stanford, of California, has been proml nently mentioned in connection with the contemplated enterprise. . The Gov ernor says if the negotiations pending were successfully concluded, he thought it very likely that he would visit Europe to make arrangements for the purchase of steam vessels. Russell Sage, Presi dent of the Pacific Mail Steamship Co., expressed regret at the present competi tion between the Pacific Mail Company and the Pacific railroads, which, he said, wag an injury to all parties. He claimed that the Pacific Mail Company were willing to do anything in reason to put an end to the existing difficulties, He attached little importance to the re ports in regard to the establishment of a rival line. If the railroads attempted anything of the kind they could at once be enjoined for violation of their char ters. It was quite likely, however, that Governor Stanford and others would try to. establish a line in connection ith the Pacific railroad. Moulton'a statement is to be printed this evening, together with a foe simile of the letters said to have been written to him from Mr. Beecher and other per sons. The document will be long. The Sun says the letters from Beecher are not expected to add much to the testi mony against him. One is a note in closing a check and directing Moulton to use it at his discretion. 'Another is a friendly note making an appointment. In it Beecher sends his love to Mrs. Emma Moulton. One letter from Mrs. Morse ia to be produced, in which she addresses Mr. Beecher as " My dear son," and asks him to help her pay her rent and provide for her through the winter. She refers to Beecher'a secret and sayg that only six persans knew She writes of Elizabeth Tiltoo's home troubles, and thanks Beecher for the deep consolation he affords her daughter. The letter closes, " Do you know I think it very strange that yon should ask me to call you my son?" A letter dated July 28, 1874, is to be pro duced, and by it Moulton intends to show that up to that date Beecher had not felt harsh toward him, even though he had paid $7000 blackmail. The letter be- gins, iiy Dear rrana, ana closes, Yours gratefully, H. W. B." FOREIGN. London, September 11 A terriffic collision occurred this morning on the Great Eastern railroad, near Norwich. Fifteed persons were instantly killed, and thirty injured, some of whom it is feared fatally. Twenty persons were killed by a collision already reported on the Great Eastern railroad, near Norwich, and fifty were wounded, some very badly. The railroad line is completely blocked by the debris of wrecked trains. Middletown, September 11. The engine-house at Otisville, on the Erie railroad, burned last night; also the engine of the construction train. Loss, $30,000. Prvbabllllit. WASHimiToir, September 1 1 ForOhio and Tennessee valleys, lieht local winds, veering to southerly, stationary barome ter, somewhat higher temperature and generally clear weather. For the North west, npoer Mississippi and lower Mis souri valleys, falling barometer, south erly winds and slight change in temper ature, cloudy weather and locul rains. Over the lake region, stationary and falling barometer, southeast and south west winds, somewhat higher tempera tare, partly cloudy weather and local rains. According to an official return lately puhlished there are 900 000 eeres of com mon lands in England and.Wali-s w.'iich are suitable lur orduis'V rnltivat;n. There are also nearly l,&U0,0(i0 acres of common hinHn, chiefly mountains', which are unfit for cultivation, although much might be improved fnr r-iiHurago. Wales, although much smaller in extent, hat censiderably more comrade luf than England. ' . i " Mother," said little Ned cue morn ing alter haviug fallen out orbed, " I think I know why I fell out of bed, lust night. It was because I slept too near where I got in." Musing' a little while, as if in doubt whether he hud given the right explanation, ho added, " No, that waan't the reason; it was because I slept too near where I fell out." The foot and mouth disease which has broken out in a virulent form in Dorset shire, England, now affects i86 cattle, 289 sheep and 70 swine in that county. The strictest regulations will be enforced in order" to check the extension of the disease. - - - - - 'TIEJI.; DANKHOWER Seiitembor 5,1874. In Reel foot Lake enunty, Mrs C. K. 1anhowkb, wife of W. 11. Danehower, in the Zii year of her aso. She was married In Shelby connty, Tenn., June 12,1871. She was intelligent, gentle, kind, pure and good. We knew her well, and as we knew her we loved and reipectod her It seems a pity that such women should ever die. But then, the Redeemer loves hit own, and gather! his flock to hia fold on the other aide of the great river. With happy smiles and outstretched arms the awaits ua. Catii, we hope to meet von there in that fair land. She leaves her husband and one loving child, and many warm friends, to mourn her loss. R U. D. INSURANCE. " ' HERNANDO: Insurance Co. OF MEMPHIS. I Oilice : No. 22 Madison Street. S. 11. DUNSCOMB President. W. Ii. HALISRKA111 .....Vioe-freiclenU F. M. NELSON .Secretary. Director i B. II. DTJNSCQMB.: W. B.GALKREATH, N. FONTAINE. JOB HRUCK. JOHN C. FIZKR. J. A. PHANK, A. VALXJAKU, E. F. MSK. T U A V A 1 ; CD M. 1IJ111J11'U1I J. 11. MARTIN. W.iB.JdALLi'RY. R. 8. JOlsES, W. Li, KAHIUau. tsaarca as;ainaf I.o hj Flie, B rlaosna Kiroraiui. tar Risks on Private Dwellings especially dOtTf.-l. H-7P-T BANK. T XI 1C BANK OF COMMERCE, MEMPHIS, TI.XTV- t . - - , Cash Capital, $250,000. JONS T. FARGASOX, : t President JOHN OVERTON, Jr., ; V. President K. A. PARKER, : : : i , : Cashier OIRKCTOIIS. JOHN T. FAR8AS0N of Fargaon k (lay JAa. r.l.ur.fv laie l rcMuuni uerwiw uitn& TUOS. II. ALLr.fi of Tbon. ri. Al'on ;o M. GAWN- . nf M. Gavin & Co H. M ANKFIKLI) of Mangold A lliebee JOHN OVFRTON, In of Memphii, Tenn O. U. V. PIPErU... OI Men.imie. lenn H. RAVI.ISS of B. lisvliM t Co JOH N e. FIZER of ele. Fiaer 4 Co Hit ; - MEET1NC. Tenth Ward Meeting. THE TEXTH WARD AND FOURTEENTH Diatrirt Anti-Kndioiil Club meet, tbie eve- sing at 8 o'clock, at Goodwin's Hall, to ratify tbe nomination ot U. latey loung aa our candidate for Congre, and transnot turh other bun in bus a mwy be brought oetore ine aieetiDg. lif order ua ji u nunniLi.. rreee., flso. B Fi.i.iott. Sw'y pro tftn. PUBLIC SALE. 1TTR WTT.T. SELL. ON THK 15tb OF SEPi- V V t.mli.r. 1.74. at tba eouthoest corner of Alan and Madison itreetn, Aitmpnit. at li o'clock noon. Nos. S. an. 40. 41. 61. ii. W and M Okolona Bonds, each fnr 5X) W. it. (JUO.MUllAM UU. TlKziviHT k Co.. Auctioneers. 10-12 JLIOJUORS- JTOII C LILLY , IMPORTER AND DEALER LN WltiES & LIQUORS 348 Main Street, HFMPIII?, t : t TESSESSEE. 9 H ' DISSOLUTION. DISSOLUTION. THE FIRM OF JOHN C. HILL CO. WAS dissolved on the first day of September, by limitat on. The shedhusines. will be con tinued by John C. Hill. He or either of us is authoriicd to so. tie all urnunu of the firm. JNO. C. HILL. K in W. 1,. CfiOl'KR INSURANCE. J. E. WARNER & CO., FIRE, I.N LAND ASD LIFE Insurance Agents, KU. 17 MADIHItN kTRF.ET, Memphis, Tennessee. REPRESENTING Over $97,000,000 Capital WE ARE PREPARE 1 TO INPT'RK f nain.t lss ord.in.re by Hre at HLA H'l.N'ALt KAThd Call and ut b.fore in- ur ns elr.oh.re. We are inturinf all healthy hvej al old it in the oi l Mutual Den lit LIfj Ir.'rrarce Co. OF NEWARK. N.J. IrKb A .( Otff 80,OOO.Ot)f. llnll or Slrair.bout i:isks nd Cottt.n tintmadoa!rKcUJtr. 3 28 FALL TRADE, SEPTEMBER 1, 1874. WE AltK N O X? READY FOR THE WITH OUR IMMENSE HEAVY STOCK OP BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS - AT WHOLESALE : ONLY. ( ( HILL, TERRY & MITCHELL, 2 2 233 Main Street. Agents Wanted for Tennessee and Illinois. JUDAH & STURM : , - nni V T JUWH 4 STURW Managers foi .. ; ffiBjJ f 1 A M i Manager, for .,'.,' .;. n Tennessee. Kaon ho. . uiLu xiisiu aiiutj , vu. ,, MAmBUJNB1 CHICAGO, 1 1.1,. OF NEW ; YORK. ' 0j , I .IV QO TEL I O RATED 18GO . " INSURE Bead, Beilect ASSETS. - - - - - - $10,000,000 'Surplus Over Liabilities at Four Per Cent. . HBSJBIIVIS. IBUOO.OOO. SUnPtiXJS OVER FOUR ANU I Ell CENT'. i KEW YORK YALUAT10JI KEARLY $3,000,000. o . WHY SHOULD "DECAUSE YOU ARE SURE TO DIE. AND genoy. If you are poor now, it wi i protect nnaanf vnnr don.th at a small cost. If you alnayi will br. In Ihm country, poor men often become millionaires, and millionaires often beHme por men. If you ore in moderate citcumstRnoer, in a permanent place, at a gucd alsry. earning high wagrs e an nrli.-nn. a life policy bits your cafe exactly. On a calory, or on day k itch, y u can't lay "p lur.ney rapidly; but ycu oan, with self denial, be paying up a life or endowment policy nf five or ten -houtand dollar. Either way you look at it. a lifo poliv jn a toun.l e.iui.anT is ato d thing. It i a man's llUTX to tljrow every protection, peanible about Lis wife ond childicu. , ,4,OID RATES." . , " Pol cl8 iiisuedat 11n Knmo rut'n for Memih!n as Jfew Tork City. K"o re- . ...!-.!.... .1 .. 1 1 nAlt.ifaj ti i l ii - f . . p ii . 1 1 1 1. 1 A n .1 ll l.n.n.it .... ! 1.1 I.'.. furl her luloi inatiou cull at 41 MudiHuu street, -Memphis, Tenrr.- V JUDAH & STURM, Managers, 4-29 ' STATEMENT. 8H0WIXO THE C0XWTI0X .OF THE '' ( ' ' '"; ' . Knickerbocker Life Insurance Co. OF 1EW YORK, DECEMBER 81, 1873.. JOHN A. NICHOLS, President. ASSETS. Real Estate owned by the Company Cash on hand and in Bank Loans on Stocks and Bonds -- Loans on Real Estate....- .............. Loans on Policies - r- Accrued Interest . Deferred Premiums, leas eost of collection "Bonds and blocks owned by the Company....... Market value of Stocks over oost Furniture . ... - Other Assets . Total Assets.. , LIABILITIES. Losites due, not yet paid - Reinsurance rcsere - Other Liabilities - Surplus as regarcs Policy Holders - rtnnil AtT?na wanted to work at old rates. GREENE 5i LUCAS, Managers, : Memphis, Tennessee. GREENE & LUCAS, Fire, Inland and Marine Insurance, No. 18 Madison Street, Memphis, Tenn. COM FA MIX HEPRESEMKIIl Liverpool mod London sail Hlobe In. Co., Caah Aaaxtii, Clold 820 4 0li,00 Coiitln.mial Iniataite 'o., New Turk, 'uab Aala. 2.Q00,52 f henlx Io.urnuce Va., Brvoklyn, Cnih Aael !i,"100,00 o.'4 ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Stale Senate I hereby announce myself as a Candida' r.. tl, ..nnlr.1 in. th. Kftri.tA of th. State of Tenneitee, to represent the people of heIby county, sutiject to tne action 01 me noininatina Convention on the 15th September. 8-to, WM. M. PKKKUNS. We are authoriied 1o announoe JOHN OVERTON. Jr ,aa candidate for the State Senate, subject to Convention of the 15th of September. 1-to To the people of the Senatorial District com posed of the ciuntiea of Shelby, Fayette and Tipton: ' . , I hereby announce mjtelf a candidate lor th position of Senator, subject U the sction of yonr nominatinc convention called for the 15th of September. 157-tc PEYTON J. SMITH. W are authorised to announce A. B. H A YNKSas a candid.t f r the State Senato, subject to the action of the Shelby County Conrention to assemble September 15th. 'er Mrpreneatallvo. Mkmphis. Tm(., September 1, 1874. To Messrs. Kins, Porter, Veecaro. Joy and others . UinTLKiisx-In reply to the rery Battcrms call roe have seen tit to make oj ere to be come a caadidate betur. the neit Democratic and Conservative Convention ol hhelby ciuoty fr the neminition of Represer.tatire in the Stat L irif lature, I will . y that, if I am tt,e chcii ot tbe Convention and the pe. pl e propr to elect me to that po.i'ion, 1 will seivethem in tbe utavst ttood :a''h-,..i,vr Kespectlully. 011S B. KOtfINS0. 3-te CoLLIieTiLLS, T.. Aus-ust 29. 1ST4. I am a candHnte bfre Ibe liemocja'iB fnerTtive nomination Convemion I toe 15ib of hrp'tmber f..r ta I- wr House of the Ltsisiaiure. U-lc 11. C. Bi-fcOi.. R. UlTDf.KY FRAT5ER is a candidate 'o rrprewnt Shelhy county io tbe Lower .house of the nex- Leis an re. He submits bis n.rrn to the Couoiy Cbnvenuon to atsrmr-i lb livh of bcplember. SEASON'S MEM L'lllei. , YOUR LIFE." '. and Act at Once ! YOU INSURE? YOU CANNOT TELL HOW SOON. A POLICY your family or Jcpendint one? again.t want, in are rich Dew. it is by no means certain that you SAML. IIIRSCU, Uen'l Agent. GEO. F. SNIFFEN, Secretary. t 412.0K7 11 66,:i6S 23 ........ 174.355 00 2.38n,ftiT 12 8,444,1(15 58 21S 117 id 549 792 23 . 4U,7iO 12 ........ J 91,S0 78 25,8.13 7S a.ti.741 62 ,.' 17.990.188 88 t 131.550 00 6.678,418 29 194 50 1, 180.06 0 t7,l0,18 8ft fCiNCERT AJ,OTIIEIlCHANCE! FIFTH AND LAST GIFT CONCERT n am er tbi Public Library of Ky. POSTPONED TO ' NOVEMBER 30. 187 4. Drawing Certain at that Date- I.tKT OF GUTS. ONE OR AND CASH GIFT. ONE GRAND CASH GlrT ONE GRAND CASI1 D r.- . ONE (.RAND CAM O KT ONE GRAND CASH iIFT 6Cah Gifts, f Ji.0nuea.-h..... ....$2W,0(O ... 109.HI0 75,000 lli.OO - 25.5(10 loo.ous 1411,000- .... 150.O10 ..... lH),iJ0O m. W,ilfi .... !ii0.i.O lUi'.ftlU 120,; ,. M.ouC .... 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