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PUBLIC LEDGER
31IIE PUBLIC LEDGER IS PUBLISHED
. every afternoon (exoept Sunday) it No. 13
ndison street.
T. Xhe I'ubi.io Lidoir It served to city subscri
bers by faithful carriers at FIFTKKN CENTS
PER WEEK, payable weekly to the carriers.
By mail (in advanoe): Una year, 18; aix
monthi, $4; three months, 12; one month,
75 cents.
Newsdealers supplied at IS onts per oopy.
Weekly Public Ledger,
Published every Tuesday at 12 per annain (in
advance); clubs of live or moij, $1 60.
Communications upon subjects of general
Interest to the pablio are at all times aooept
ble. . . ' z
Rejected sanusoripts vim. gov be retunod.
RATES OP ADVERTISING IN DAILY :
Flint Insertion fl S
subsequent insertion! Km1
For one week 00
For two weeks. - J 0
For three weoks S '
For one month
RATES OF ADVERTISING IN WEEKLY!
First Insertion 11 00 per square
Bubequent insertions ...... 50
Eight lines of nonpareil, kolid, constitute a
"Dis'i'layed advertisements will be oharged
aooording to the spach occupied, at above
rates there being twelve lines of solid type to
tne inch. ''if
To regular advertisers we offer soperior In
doceuients, both as to rate of ohargea and
manner of displaying their favors.
Notices in local column inserted for twenty
cents por line for each insertion.
Special notioes Inserted for ten cents per line
for each insertion.
Notioes of deaths and marriages, twenty
eects per line.
All bids tor advertising are dee when con
tracted and payable on demand.
All letters, whether upon ousinesi or ether
wise, must be addressed to
kK. WH1THOBE,
Publisher and Pr"prictor.
rt A AD it lit, TABLES.
MEMPHIS AND LoTilltViLLE RAILROAD,
Arrives. . Leaves.
A.x. P.M.
i.M. r.u.
3.30
1.25
;U0
Express, except Sunday.
Mail Train .. 4.10
z.uu
Brownsville Aoooinmooa
tion. except Sunday.-.-10.00
Depot at head of Main stree. "
Ticket Offioe. 287 Main street, oorner of
Aladison.
MISSISSIPPI ANB TENNESSEE B. R.
Arrives. Leaves.
A.M.
. P.M.
A.M. P.M.
. .1.00
4.10
6.30
H. O. Mail Maily) .. 8.05
xpr.s(dailyex.8unday),M5
IT .a.i-Hi iiuv ox. Sunday) D.o
-Jenot at foot of Main street.
Tiket Oioe. 287 Main street, oorner of
Mdi80n- M. BURKE. GenM Sup't.
MEMPHIS AND LITTLE ROCK RAILROAD
Arrives. Leaves.
A.M. P.M.
t.M. P.M.
3.30
.. m t JHfl
.1.00
.mail Irani u.j
Freight and Aoooinmoda-
7.40
6.00
tion aauy....
Bleeping ears on man iriu. s-v"; ,
Landing, foot of Washington street. Ticket
offices, ha (cor. MadisondCT Mam street.
Passenger, get a GOOD SUPPER or Break
fast at Brinkley'i 70 miles from Memphis.
PADUCAH AND MEMPHIS RAILROAD.
Mail and Freight Train leaves StOOp.m
arrives- 10:00 a.m
The mall and freight train leaves Covl.igton
for Memphis at7 a.m. arid returns to Coving
ton at 7:05 p.m. Trains leaving Memphis will
.tart from the Ugrwriter.; Wsrrto.
" CROCERIES.
JOHN M LAUGKLIN & BRO.,
VHOMtSALI AND MTAIL DKALEBS I
FANCY GROCERIES,
TEAH, BPICEH,
Freftt'i Roasted and Ground Coffee,
Beat JientucHy liquors, Ele.
50.8G8 M&IN ST., NEAR GATOSO.
4?
RAILROADS.
LOUISVILLE AND NASHViUE
AHD
Great Southern Railroad.
gCHBnUIjE. ,
Tixpress train leaves dally (Sundays -
xcopted) -.........
Mail Train leaves dally...... T P m
freight and Aoeominxdation
daily (Sundays exoepta) 4:10 p.m
jo change of ears by this line for Lo ils--Hl'st.
Louis or Nashville. Pullman Palace
leoping-ears on all night trains.
For fiekets or information apply at
TJet Office, 287 Main, cor. Madison.
JOHN T. FLYNN. isnp't Memphis DU .
Jim Spued. Ticket Agent.
TUKC1IASE YOUR TICKETS
VIA
ERIE RAILWAY
DIRECT CONNECTION AT LOUISVILLE
The Finest Sleeping and Drawing
Room Coaches In the World.
FROM
VTmcInnall, Chicago, Niagara Falls,
AND BUFFALO,
TOIU5W VOKK WITHOUT CHASGE.
A DOUBLE TRACkTpERFECTLY CON
A strode-! fully equipped, and provided
-with new and costly rolling-stock. The lux
ury of the roomy, broad gauge coaches, taken
in connection with a panorama of beautiful
icenery. combine te render this route superior
ortnforma'lon and tickets, apply at all
the ticket office, in ptaIR
G.nUSouthw.st.rnoPaiAg.n..CU,Tcinnati.
OT-t Oon'l Passcrer Agent, ftew tors
ONlVn)XrriaGHT OUT
FIOM
lonlsvillo, Cincinnati and St Louis
TO
iVE"VV YORK,
VIA THX
llTTLE MIAMI, PAN HANDLE
and Pennsylvania Route.
Shortest aod Quickest to all Eastern
Cities.
4HA1LY
THROUGH TRAINS.
THP.OUGII TR0M
Cincinnati to New York
IS 26 nouns.
i IT, SATURDAY TRAINS RTJN
A through to New York withont detention.
PBllman" Palace Dr.wi-g Koom and fcleep-
inx on " lu "
por Throuarh Tickets,
UcVet OfHrfs Thronjrhont the Sontn
HIDNET B. JONES.
a fe W.Pa. Art-. CioHnaati, O.
1:Jut Q. P. and T. A.t.. rolumW 0.
8EWINQ MACHINE.
B
Eight Dollars per Annum
vol: xix.
INSURANCE.
(FIEE AND MAUISE)
INSURANCE CO.
Office, 20 Madison Street
k S ' "
Offleersi
LOUIS HiNAUER, t Presidont.
F. M. WHITE, : Vice President.
E. P. BOLLISG, t Secretary.
; Directors:
JAMES D. PORTER, Je., Got. of Tennessee.
LOUIS HANAUER.of SohooHeld, Hanauer
A Co.
F. M. WHITE, of P. M. White A Co.
M. C. PEAR0E, of Pearoe, Suggs k Co.
B. URQUHART. of K. Urquhart A Co.
T. B. HAYNE3, of T. B. Ilaynes A Co.
HENRY WETTER, ef H. Wetter A Co.
Insures at Board rates. Prirate dwellings
especially desired i polioies issued for three
years for two annual premiums. 47-t
FACTS AND FANCIES.
Janauschek is a Catholic.
. Money will not procure health, con
tent, or respect.
How to get rich Live on air and
Bleep on a clothes line.
Speaking of tall bonnets (?) Spriggina
thiogs it a new stylo of architecture to
erect columns on the tops of temples.
"JeopardjI jeopardy I" exclaimed an
old merchant when told that his schooner
was in that condition, "where is that?"
A Brooklyn man who sat down to
meditate in bis sweetheart's lap had oc
casion to caution her about looping up
her skirts with pins.
It's easier for a needle to go through
the eye of a camel, thau for a woman to
say "It's of no consequence," when you
kick a hole in her new silk dress.
Five years ago a Chicago lady was
married in a dress that cost $1500. To
day she dispenses the necessaries of life
behind the counter of a retail grocery
store.
The tendency of confiding females to
write exculpatory letters for the benefit
of erring "shepherds," is another proof
of the latent beauties of a high state of
civilization.
An inebriate man, walking along the
street, regarded the moon with sovereign
contempt: "You needn't feel so proud,"
he said, "you are full only once a month
a id I am every night."
When a woman buys a dress pattern
nd brings it home and finds out that she
diesn't like it, you can't drive away her
melancholy by reding a chapter in
the Bible or singing one of Dr. Watt's
poems.
The attention of Colonel Olcott is di
rested to the action of certain mediums
at Macon, Georgia. They are "mate
rializing" the spirits of departed dogs,
and unless the thing is stopped it will
drive all the sausage makers out of the
State.
"You've sowed the wind, and now you
weep the wbirlw'iBd," said the school
teacher as he brought his cane down in
hurry on the back of a rebellious boy.
"Yes, and it's a regular hurry-cane, too,
sobbed the youngster, between the
hacks.
Mrs. Jane Swisshelm, the "dress re
former," is stated to have come of an
o'.d Scotch Covenanter family, and to
possess all the vehemence for which they
were noted. She is said to be remark
ably brilliant in conversation.
When Vandeibilt travels his special
train goes a mile in something less than
a minute, in cane 01 mini Ktiutui
he would doubtless like to have the world
know that he went to what' s-the-name of-that-place
a minute and a half quicker
than any other man ever did.
"I think I can suit yon to a bair,"
said A boarding house landlady to a
bachelor applicant who bad been stating
his requirements. Suit me to a bair,
madam! I hope not; that's what my
last landlady tried to do, and gave me
three sample in the butter."
You can't tell much about the girls
now a dajs, they are so like a good news
paper capitally made np. To see a
girl as she really is, you must drop in on
her unexpectedly. As soms one has re
marked, the way to nnd a girl out is to
call when she isn't i.
Snnday opera in New York is a great
success. The conscience of Gotham is
not mach subject to foolish alarms.
When it sees what sort of customers
peep out of Eternity at the bidding of
the Eddy brothers, it feels it can do
pretty much what it Ukes and still lay
claim to a large pauk of Paradise.
Brooklyn Argut.
These texts for their farewell sermons
are suggested by the Independent to
three Boston ministers who have lately
resigned: Dr. Bobbins" I have married
a wife and cannot come." Mr. Murray
" I have: bought five yoke of oxen, and
must needs go to prove them;" and Dr.
Miner "No man can serve two masters."
TJ
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MEMPHIS TENN.:
MOSS. TUEODOLI'S EXPERIENCE.
Amnoc th Hrlrnrt-He w H wa
i pired-A Sigttt Npeal wilts ttte
V lilxlte in bkiw.
Speoisl Correspondence Philadelphia Evea-
iDi Bulletin.
Roms, It alt, October 15, 1874.
Poor Monsignore Tbeodoli. He is safe
back at Certosa di Trisulti, but after a
sorry experience. He was not on bis
road to Rome when the brigands seized
him. He was on a visit to his friends,
the Carthusians, at Trisulti. After din
ner on the day he was seized the Mon
signore went out to take a leisurely
" constitutional." He saw a pretty wood
path that appeared to be a new one, and
entered it. After he had been enjoying
the beauties of nature some ten or fifteea
minutes five or six armed men sprang
out from the trees, crying, " Ecco, Mon
signore Tbeodoli, we have been waiting
several months for you. Ihey seized
the nolucky prelate and raced him up to
their camp on a neighboring mountain.
When he did not return to Certosa his
servant went to hunt him, and not find
ing him in the woods began to suspect
what bad baonened. While be was
searching in great distress, a little
shepherd boy beckoned him mysteri
ously. The boy had a note, which the
servant found was from bis master, tell-
ins his sad storv. directing the man to
go instantly to bis family in Borne, and
tell tbem to send him 60,000 francs in
gold, instantly, for his ransom, adding
that no means must be taken to discover
the brigands' camp to the authorities; if
they did, he would certainly be killed.
The servant obtained 15,000 francs from
the Monsignore s friends at tbe Certosa,
and hastened on to the brigands' camp
that very night. When he reached there
it was dark and raining very hard. He
found his poor master seated under a
tree, in a most melancholy state. If yon
had seen Monsignore Jneoaon you
would be able to appreciate his deplorable
situation. Be is one of tbe sleekest,
most polished of court prelates. Every
appointment in fastidious order; long,
pointed nails, looking like bitsVof mother
of pearl; the brightest of stiver shoe
buckles; every mark of personal care
about him . His health, also, is attended
to with the most scrupulous prudence.
Imagine such a man no longer young,
whose life goes by clock work, the ex
actitude of a chronometer sitting
chattering with cold on the damp
ground at night under a'tree in the beat
ing rain, with no other covering than his
clerical garments, and in mortal mo
mentary dread of having his brains
blown out or bis throat cutl Courage is
not a part of a Roman prelate's educa
tion. Undoubtedly the poor old cleri
cal nobleman's teeth chattered as much
from fear as from cold and fatigue. The
brigands angrily ordered the man to re
turn and get the remainder of the 50,000
francs, enforcing the demand by the
most alarming threats, which nearly set
tbe old gentleman beside himself.
The servant agreed to do as they or
dered, btit begged them to let him stay
all night with bis poor, terrified master,
promising faithfully to go in the morn
ing for the money. They consented
Poor Monsignore Tbeodnli shivered and
trembled under the tree; his faithful do
mestic opened the ecclesiastical nm
brella, which is a veritable family roof
in size, and bheliered his master as well
as he could; but all night the rain
poured down pitilessly, and the wretched
Monsignore was aright to behold. Never
in his li'e bad he known such sorrow and
agony. He was born in a rich and princely
family; bis whole exiatence hud been
a pleafiant, well ordered one At day
dawn the servant started off in haste for
the money, and the cruel brigands raced
Ibe unhappy old gentleman up another
mountain, so as to avoid discovery. Af
ter thirty six hours of this agonizing
suspense, the good servant returned with
the money. The brigands counted it
out carelully. One of the rascals saucily
begged the Monsignore to pardor. them
for their severity, and with mock humil
ity asked to kiss his hand. The old gen
tleman extended the hand confidingly,
as the Roman prieets are accustomed to
do, and the impudent brigand, instead
of kissing it, drew off the ring from the
third finger with a sly laugh. Then the
Monsignore and servant were allowed to
depart, tbe rascals pointed a shorter way
home, wished them a buond passegiato,
and the court prelate, with sleek, shining
plumes sadly ruffled and out of order,
returned to the Certosa, a sadder and, if
not a wiser, certainly a poorer man.
Luckily, those who sent the gold had
the precaution to mark some ef the
pieces. The military and police, who
were on the watch, soon "got track of it,"
and sixteen arrests have been made.
Among tbem are some who are recogniz
ed by the servant as belonging to tbe
brigands' band. Part of the money,
too, it is reported, bas beea found. All
tbe suspicious families in the environs
have been taken into custody. This
prompt action of the authorities, it is
said, has produced a "healthy" impres
sion on the population.
Breathing- Through the) Xose.
From the Soienoe of Health.l
Tk namirinna habit of breathing
through the mouth while sleeping or
waking, is very nuruui. inure are many
persons who sleep with tbe mouth open,
and do not know it. Tbey may go to
sleep with it closed, and wake with it
closed; but if the mouth is dry and
parched on waking, it is a sign that the
mouth has been open during sleep. Snor
ing is a certain sign. This habit should
be overcome. At all times, except when
eating, drinking or speaking, keep the
mouth firmly closed and breathe through
the nostrils, and retire with a 6 rm deter
mination to conquer. The nestnls are
the proper breathing apparatus not the
mouth. A man may inhale poisonous
gases through tbe month without being
aware of it, but not through the nose.
Ass Ea-EaecwtlOBor.
Figaro's renorter always saw at the
Paris executions an old man dressed in
black, of distinguished appearance, and
who always took an intense interest in
ali the details, and was on familiar terms
with all the functionaries. For a long
time the reporter was mystified, and
finally resorted to an interview. His man
n.av.il in Ka an pz-HiffnilarT nf the firuil
'otitis. Be bad been the assistant for
thm nf Heindreicli tha former
executioner. Be attends the executions
out of a feeling of homesickness for
his ancient occupation." He, finds the
present executions only so so, and says
that JJeindreich was more distingue. In
bis retirement be bas made himself a
little guillotine, and guillotines rata and
mice at bis home, No. 131 Boulevard
Mont Parnasse.)
LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION.
SATURDAY EVEN TNG, NOVEMBER 21. 1874.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
Sobekck's Pulmonic Syrup roa thi Cobs, or
CoNSCMrTIOJf, UOUOMS AND ISOLDS
The great virtue of this medicine Is that it
ripens the matter and throws it out of the sys
tem, purifies the blood, and thus effects a eare.
Schmcs's Asa WisdTonio roa tiii Cues or
DTSFRP8IA, INDIOISTION, bTO.
Tbe Tonic produces a healthy action of the
stomach, oreatiaf an appetite, forming chyle,
and curinc the most obstinate oases of indi
gestion. Schknok's Makdsaki Pills roa thi Cubs or
Livia Complaint, tro.
These Pills are alterative, and prod rue a
healthy action of the liver, without the least
danger, as they are free from calomel, and yet
more eflioaoiuus in restoring a healthy action
of the liver.
These remedies are a certain cure for Con
sumption, as the Pulmonio Syrup ripens the
matter and purifies tbe blood. Tbe Mandrake
Pills act upon tbe liver, create a healthy bile,
and remove all diseases of tbe liver, often a
cause of Consumption. The Sea Weed Tome
gives tene and strenrth to the stomach, makes
a good dixestion, and enables tbe organs to
form good blood, and thus creates a healthy
circulation of healthy blood. The combined
action of these medicines, as thus explained,
will eure every case of Consumption, if taken
in time, and the use of the medioines perse
vered in.
Dr. Hchenck is professionally at his princi
pal offioe, oorner Sixth and Arch streets, Phil
adelphia, every Monday, where all letters for
rlvioe must he aMrenuoi.
CROCERIES.
SPICER & RYAN,
At THIIBKKW STAND
No. 347 Main Street,
ARE OFFKRINO A MOST COMPLETE
took of choice Groceries, and all arti
cles in the line, embracing everything usually
found in suou places.
New Sugar-house Molasses and fine
syrnps.
New Buckwheat.
Fine Cheese.
London Biscuit.
Canned Goods In great variety.
Cut-loaf and other Sugars.
Fine old Uorernment Jara Coffee and
other Coffees.
Choice Teas, New Kalblns, Figs, Cur
rants, eic.
New Shaker Preserves.
IN PACT A
COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
Which we are offering to the trade and fami
lies at lowest prices. Oive us a call.
SPICER &
w-t
MUSIC.
Kwtn.ltlilie til li53.
E. A. BENSON'S
OMi AND KKI.IABLF.
Wholesale Music House
-And-
1'IANO-FORTE WAR BROOMS,
317 Main Street.
in mow urrmtiHU
so- BENSON k CO.'S Pianos from..3f0 to t45t
W VOliE 4 SONS' Pianos from... 350 to 50(
S4T G ABLER Pianos from MX) to tKK
tor BTllIN WAY SON'S Pianos-508 to IUSI
ST MASON A U A MLIN Organs... 1100 to tax
100 IMA30SF01t SALE
OK
Monthly I'ayrueuU, as Follows j
Cah Doum
$50 f 100 $150 1200 I2&U ,300 $350 $400 $4f0 $MX.
Monthly Patli'mtf
$45 $40 $35 $30 $25 $20 $15 $10 $5 -
Or a Liberal Discount for all Cash Down.
Sheet Music and Musical Merchandise
KOW IS THE TIME TO BUT
ear Pianos Tnned and Repaired by oompe
tent workmen. E. A. BENSON,
317 MwlTiwtriwt. Wmnnhii. lenn.
CONCERT.
ANOTHER CHANCE!
FIFTH AND LAST GIFT CONCERT
IN AID Of THI
Public Library of Ky
POSTPONED TO
NOVEMBER 30. 187 4.
Drawing Certain at that Date
LIST OF GIFTS.
nu. ADivupinnrrT
...$250.000
luo.ouo
7S.0IO
fo.oo
25.000
100.UO
..... 1411.0110
15"l,0uf
NjO.uX
l(J0.i0
w.m
..... 100.1XKJ
, KO.OlO
120.0110
, fi.iD
950.0110
VJ 1 1 A " . 1 - . . v a - .... .
ONE U RAND CASH UIFT....
ONE uRAND UAbii uir i..........
ON K (i HAND UAM1 Uir I .
ONE GRAND CAB1I UIFT
5 Cash Uitts, fji.wveacn...
10 Ca;h UifU, H.OOOeach
15 Cash tt if ts, lO.imO each.
20 Cash Gifts, i.OUOeach
25 Cash Gifts, 4.UH0 each..
30 Cash Gifts, 3, ("J each
M Cash Gifts, 2.0lfl each
100 Cash Gifts, 1,(K each
240 Cash Gifts, 80each
Kin Huh (lilts. 100 eacn ...
19.0U0 Cash U if ta. 60 each...
9RAND TOTAL 20.000 GIFTS,
ALU CAS 11
PBK E OF TICKETS.
Whole TiolteU.....-....-.,
50 00
25 00
Halves.
lentlis, or eacn coupen
11 Whole Tickets for....
5 1
5il0 W
US Whole Tickets for 1.W 00
For particulars and information, address
.u,im w MsaMI.ETTR.
Acent and M anarer, Public Library Building,
1.0U1ST1IIS iwj. .
For full information apply to G. H. Samuel
No S West Court street. Memphis.
WAS-(H
MARBLE WORKS.
MONUMENTAL
MARBLE WORKS.
ITALIAN. AMERICAN AND TALABEGA
marble at Tery low prices, as iullows:
Headstones. 2 feet, with eccket and foot
stone. Uttered -. ... $ S 00
Headstones. 2S feet, with socket and
foMstoae. lettered 12 00
Headstone. 1 feet, with socket and foot
stone, lettered , 16 00
And all othr siss in proportion. Italian
and American marble box tombs, paneled all
- J i rll Alan Italian in .r-
ble spire monument?, T feet his h and lettered.
$100 Ihese rat are lower than marble was
eversld at in Memphis before. Desinnssent
to the eountrj tree of charge. Eimwood ourb
int at rednced rate.
MS J TH-i" VTnWFUwr.li.l
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ARDS. BILL HaADS, BILLS LADING.
eDTel.ipee, oatiouei. hank checks, eon-
tracts, shipping t and ercry rariety ot
blanks at lowest prices at the Ledger omse.
JEWELRY.
WATCHES,
JEWELRY,
DIAMONDS.
RICH CORAL GOODS,
FINE JEWELRY,
OPERA LEONTINES.
BRACELTS,
LOCKETS AND
NECKLACES.
STERLING
SILVERWARE!
In Great Variety and at Prices to suit
the timos.
W. C. 3YI1D,
275 Main Street.
ss-t
New Advertisements.
A New Chromo for 1875.
GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK
Will zire to every subscriber, whether Binele
or in a Club, who pays In Adranoe for 175.
and remits direct t this office, a copy of
V !'h Keacur," the handsomest chromo
erer offered by a publisher.
Terms S3 per annum For Circular, con
taining te-ms for Club", etc., address X. A.
uuut.1, rnuaaeipma, ra.
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best and cheapest Family Bible erer pub
lished, will be sent free of charge to any book
agent. It contains vr Jeo tne Soripture
Illustrations, and agents are meeting with
unprecedented success. Address, stating ex
perience, etc. , and we will show you what our
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883 ADA.HS STREET,
Meiupliig, Tennessee.
SHT This Institution a""ords ample means
for a thorough Classical, bcientifio and Com
mercial Education. For Hoard, Tuition,
Music etc, apply to
feRO. MAURELUN, President.
A Complete Outfit Free.
We want a representative in -very neichbor
hood to take or.iers and deliver goods for onr
urrat O Is. "m1- o Staple Family
Goods i he most popular and beet money
mnhinir hnsinoss In America, for vonns. old
male or female, at home or traveling. Large
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goods, lists, circulars, etc , msi frer to any
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t !rO() per day at home. Terms free.
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stixso k Co..
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$77;
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male Arenta in their locality. Costs
NOTUINU to try it. Particulars free. P.O.
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GEO. r. RiiVEI.L cfc CO.,
A lTrn I .Ins; Afsots,
NO. 4t PARK ROW, SEW YORE.
Refer to THitoref this pner V 74w ,
Dooley's Yeast Powder
is perfectly Pure tnd Wholesome.
Dooley'8 Yeat Powder
Is pnt np In Full Weight Cans.
Dooley's Yeast Powder
Makes Elegant Biscuit and Rolls.
Dooley's Yeast Powder
Makes Delicious Muffins. Griddle Cakes. Corn
Bread, etc.
Dooley's Yeast Powder
Makes all kinds of Dumplings. Pot-Pies,
Cakes and Pistry, nice, light and healthy.
Dooley's Yeast Powder
Is the Best, because perfectly pure.
Dooley's Yeast Powder
Is the Cheapest, because full weight.
Dooley's Yeast Powder
Is guaranteed to give satisfaction.
Be sure to ask for
Dooley's Yeast Powder
and do not be put off with any ether kind.
Dooley's Yeast Powder
Is put up in Tin Cans of various sises, suita
ble for Families, Boarding lloo.es, Hotels,
Restaurants and River. Lake and
Ocean Vessels on short or long
voyages
The Market is flooded with Cheap, Inferior
Baking and Yeast Powders of light or short
rVeight. DOOLKY'S YEAST POWDER is
warranted full strenith and full weight.
told at wholesale and retail, generally
throughout the I'nited Mates, by dealers in
Urocones and Family Supplies.
?-i;w-at-Hw
JUSTICE OF PEACE.
REMOVAL.
R, B. MILLER, Jngtlr of tbe Fete,
IS BIHOVgD TO
IVo. lOU Main Htreet,
Opposite the Kew Court-house,
M-10
Fifteen Cent Per "Week
NO 71
JOB PRINTING
PUBLIC LEDGER!
BOOK AND JOB
PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT
13 Madison Street.
E. WUITMORE, - Proprietor
THIS ESTABLISHMENT. BBIN9 FULLY
stocked with the latest and most
Improved Styles of Presses,
And all the styles and designs of
TYPE,
Borders, Ornaments, Etc.,
We are prepared to execute every descrip
tion of
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING
-II A MAHKIS-
UNSURPASSED IN THE SOUTH.
PRINTING,
BILLS OFF ARB,
BALL TICKETS.
PROGRAMMES.
AUCTION BILLS.
HAND BILLS,
CIRCULARS,
HEADINGS.
INVOICES.
DEEDS.
CARDS,
BILLS LADING,
ENVELOPES.
BILLHEADS, '
CATALOGUES,
MORTGAGES.
PROMISSORY NOTES,
DRUGGISTS' LABELS.
DRAT RECEIPTS,
BANS CHECKS,
CONTRACTS.
SHIPPING TA.OS,
A!CD
Erery Variety of Blanks.
ESPECIAL ATTENTION
STEAMBOAT PRINTING !
STEAMBOAT POSTERS,
BILLS OF TARE.
MANIFESTS. ETC.
Theater, Circns and Shew Bills,
Done in superior style and at lowest rates.
POSTERS.
STREET BILLS.
PROGRAMMES.
DODGERS.
STR.E AMERS.
We have the largest Black Tjpe ejanu fea
tured for this purpose, each letter oocupyini
A MAMXOTU SHEET.
- Orders promptly attended to. PRICES
REASONABLE.
Ledger Printing Hon.se,
It IADIsOI STREET.
paper.
Paper I Paper ! Paper !
. Of ALL KISM.
A. V. DU PONT Sc. CO.,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers.
LouIsrUlft,
Kentacajr
Have Just removed to their now, largo four
story warehouse. No 184 Main st.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
WILLIAM MILLER,
VAXrrAOTUKIB AHD DIALS! Iff
BOOTS AHD SHOES
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON nAND PUS-tom-made
Gents', Ladies' and Children's
boots and Shoes. '
221 Main Street,
(Under Worsham House) Merapbla.Tenn.
wSpeeial attention given Custom Work.
RAILROAD.
LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI
Short Line Railroad
FOIl CINCINNATI
A. NO THE EAST!
Th Quickest, But and Only Koute
Running a Double Daily Line
Pallnaass nrswinsr-Boom Sleeping
C'oarlirs from aonlvllle to
Jlainbsa, O., PHtbarar,
Marrlabursrls,
PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK
and ether Eastern cities
WITHOUT CHANGE,
THE ONLY LINE WITH WHICH P A 8SEN
arers from the South make Direct Connec
tion at Louisville with Through Car for New
lork AV01JIJI i ROM 7 T' 16 HOUK8
DELAY incident to. and ARRIVING! ON If
TRAIN IN ADVANCE of all other lines.
Time from Louisville to New York
Only Thirty-One Hours.
This Line ts Stone Ballasted and entirely
FREE FROM DUST Being equipped with
the eelebrated Wesiinrhouse Air-Brake, ore-
eludes all possibility of collisions.
OXLY AIX KAIL LIKE
Between Louisville and Cincinnati, passing
over the Great Iron Railway Bridge at Cinin
nati. making Direct Connection with oall
trunk lines from the North and East
Tickets for sale VIA LOUISVILLE AND
THE SHORT LINE at all ticket offices in the
South and Southwest.
UhU. MK11VHKK, urn. BDp i.
8. 8. Pause, tten. Pass, and Ticket Agt.
lvvt
SAUCE.
TRADE MARK.
WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE
SUPREME COURT OENERAL TERM.
JOHN VT . LEA et al. against SUNDRY
COUNTERFEITERS.
" When It is apparent that there Is an inten-
lion w aecaive iov puuuc uj me ue ui lu
n.meof the place and the word descrip
tive of an artio'e, such deoeption will not
be protected by the preten-e that these
words cannot be used in such manner as
to commute a " trade mark "
Where wards and the allocation ef words
have, by lo guse, heoome known as des
ignating the article of a particular manu
facturer, he acquires a riarht to them as :
trade mark, which competing dealers can
not fraudulently invade '
The e-enoe of the wrong is the false repre
sontation -nd deceit, on proof of which
an injunction will issue "
The ciiucludinir wrd f the Judges'
dclKion are t
"The order appealed from should he modi
fied and the injunction extrude t so as t pro
bioit the use ot the words Worester.hire
sauce' on the b lis, labels and wrappers ol
the defendant."
LEA & PERKINS'
CELEBRATED
PRONOUNCED
BY
CONNOISSEURS
EXTRACT of a
1EITK from
MEDI'iAL GKN-
1 Lb.uAN at
madras, to 1
hrnttiAP at
his
To be the
"ONLY GOOD
SAUCE,"
WOhCEsTER,
My, 1851.
;Teli Lea k Per-
pin. thnt thiv
Sauce is hi My es
teemed in Ir, dia.
Hnrl is. in tnvnnifi-
And applicable to
ion, the most pal
atable as well as
EVERY VARIE
'be most wbsle
tome Sauce that
is made."
TY OF DISH.
'Worcestersnire Sauce.
Sold Wholesale and for Exportation bv the
Proprietors, LEA and PERKINS, Worcester,
England: and Retail bv Dealers in Sauoes gen
erally throughout the World.
Ask for Lea V Perrlna' Sauce.
All parties infringing on the above will be
prosecuted by Messrs, LEA k PfcRRINS.
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
CONFECTIONERY.
B. ItOCCO,
216 Main Rtreet, Corner Adams,
WBOLKSALI AID aKTAlL
CONFECTIONER
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A
large and well aelectiul atnfW nf rnnfM.
tiona, W inee. Liquors, Fruits. Notions. Nuts,
ets His friends and tbe publio are invited to
call, and can rest assumed they can lad at all
times, everything in his line of the best arti-
c!e and at ra.oniM. pHr-.. 4T-I
R1TLEY NEWS,
RIPLEY, TENNESSEE,
JAS. L. SPARKS, Prop.
BEING LOCATED IMMEDIATELY ON
the line of the ada?ah and Memph
railroad, within miles of Memphis, i
one of the richest o of West Tennessee
Uisa
Valaable Advertising Median;
for Memphis merchants. Rates odera
tlASHOuI) FE.-TuRsD-A V''T' i)t
HI youterul lap-O.B"e. eae.ing pr-
isr, amr, .r.t.o. m . . . -.
tried in vai every kts r.m. ly, kas t..oi
sum )if cere. bi-h be will sc f-m to
i bi fe ow !!'" . nr. -n-,
'7a aesirteuiew l'oxk. eod-W-XA-A
I Tl .nrMnf S
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