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Afa.il Train daily 1.00
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Cxpress train leaves daily (Sunday!
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- Jiuxa fr-BED. Ticket Agent. v.t
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VI THX '
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Ll 6 ATTJRDAT TRAINS RUN
J. through to New York without detention.
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IM-t O. P. and T. Agt-. Columbus. O.t
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in nM. Cnttlnior. Cora
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: , SMOKY
Ventilating Chimney Cap
- . Has Proved a Complete Suocoss.
NO CURE, ISO PAY.
TT IS TUB ONLY CHIMNEY TOP THAT
wiU work satisfactorily when surrounded
hy hjgh buildings. Maoufac,tured and sold by
E LEMON, No. 101 Union St
JClKlxt rollar per Annum.
(FIRE AXD MARIXE) ;i i
" Office, 20 Madison Street
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LOUIS IIASAUFR, ! Pridcut.
F, X. WHITE, : Vic I'mlilenl,
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LOUIS HANAUJJR, of Sohoolfield, Hanauer
F. M. WHITE, of F. M. Whit ft Co.
H. C. PBARCK. of Pearoe, Sugga ft Co.
B. URQUHART, of E. Drquhart ft Co.
T. B. HAYNES, ef 1. B. Harnei ft Co.
HENRY WETTER, of U. Wetter ft Co.
Insure at Board rates. Private dwelling
espeoiallr desired t polloies issued for thre
years for two annual premiums. 47-t
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For the Publio Ledger.
Oft in the oalin lene hour of night.
My thought stray off, dear girl, to thee;.
' The happy hours we spent at school,
Still, they are fresh in memory.
Oh, yes, dear friend, thy soft mild eyes
That beaniod with tenderness on me,
' I so them 'mid th shades of night,
They draw my musing thoughti to thee.
Our hearti are young, our life is bright,
W a, have no need for sorrow's toars.
But we'll grow old, onr hearts grow sad.
Through lire' long weary waste of years,
But Bessie, will you love me then
A fondly as you love to-day ?
Or will the gom I priie to much.
Bo lightly from you oast away ?
That rich pure gem, a woman's lore,
How deep and holy is the shrine M
The casket that oonoeal the flam '
From other eyes, but not from mine!
How like an angel'i gentl touch, '
That soft and fairy hand of thina;
'I'm wafted back to day long past.
, Whn it was fondly clasped in mine! . . .
Bat I am growing sad, dew girl. .. .
Ah! I, who bovt a heart so gay;
Alas! the brilliant joys we claim.
Are fleeting as the falling spray I
" Yes, Bessie, like the falling spray, - -
These joyi in far off distant years,
Will fade away, and our young life,
. t' bright, will end in bitter tears!
' April 16. 1675. M. E.K.
COL. RICIIAliD TliuMAS ZAEV05A
The dealh of this distinguished and
gallant Confcdorule ollicer is thus an
tiouuccd in the Port Tobacco Independ
DKATn OF A CONSPICUOUS CHARACTER OF
' THS LATH WAR.
Colonel Richard Thomas, generally
called Madam Zarvonn, died suddenly
last Wednesday niuht ut theresidonceof
hi brother, James Thornae, in St. Mary'i
connty, Maryland. Coloael Thomas be
came very connpicuous in the early part
of dm luie civil war by tlieeapture of the
BteamerSt Nicholas. He took passage
in the steamer at Baltimore, disgniged an
a " French lady," and at nijht, assisted
by a few of his men on board, be ar-,
rested the. captain and oQicen of the
steamer aid run her to Fredericksburg, '
Virginia After tbe war he resided tome
years in Paris, but returned to this coun
try about two 'ear ago. . JSwas un
to amid .) 1 ..'
Colonel Zarvona was a moet interest
ing and extraordinary man. He pos
teesed a very line intellect, greatly im-'
proved by culiivdtion; was well educated;
bad acquired a lari;e fund t valuable
and useful information oa almost all
subjects; was a goofl conversatioaalist, ;
and a most pleasant and agreeable treb
tleman. As an officer, be( was as brave
as the bravest, cool, sagacious and intre
pid, bold, resolnte, and daring almost to
' He came to Richmond very shortly
after the secession of Virjpnina, accom
panied by Captain Q. W. Alexander, a
kindred stunt, and tenderea toeir ser
vices to me, with an expression of their
willingness to act in any position to
which I might assign them. Their ten
der was accepted, and they rendered im
portant, Tamable, faithful and gallant
service to the State and the Confederate
cause. Zarvonaisdead; Alexander still
If any man has ever lived of whom it
might be said, " lit toon insensible to
fear." Zarvone, was undoubtedly that
man. tie uuiversauy sought the most
hazardous undertakings and fearlessly
exposed himself to the meat formidable
dangers. And yet modesty, candor and
sincerity were marked characteristics of
Bis nature. Uentleness, kindness, ten
dernees, were predominant traits in bis
character. lie was a sincere and devo
ted friend, a true and tried citizen, and
a patriotiu and gallant, soldier, lie was
somewhat eccentric, bat nig eccentrici
ties did not render him disagreeable; on
the contrary, tended rather to inspire
regard tor and excite interest in him.
-CAPTURE OK TlIK ST, NICHOLAS.
A few days after he. reached Rich
mond he stated to me that he had a
plan for the capture of the "Pawnee." a
formidable vessel, then lying in the Po
tomac river, opposite Acquia creek.
and which was annoying our troops
there stationed. I suggested to him
that I would like to have Commodore
Maury present when his plan was uu
MEMPHIS, TENNj WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 21,' 1875.
folded and discussed, in order to iave
the benefit of bis knowledge and large
experience, and the valuable suggestions
I knew he could give as. To this he
readily assented, and Commodore
Maury was sent for, but being engaged
at the time, sent a message that he
would call the next morning at nine
o'clock. He was punctual in his at
tendance (as was his custom), and Zar
vona explained bis plan and the means
by which he proposed to carry it into
execution. His plan was to go to Balti
more, unite with him ten or a dozes
resolnte, daring young men, take pas
su ge on tbe St. Nicholas, and at a given
signal take control of her, and depose
the officers Zarvona assuming the com
mand. The St. Nicholas was said to be
the mail boat on which were carried the
mails for the "Pawnee," and was in the
habit of running alongside of her in the
night unchallenged, aud discharging tbe
mail. This was the scheme, and we all
considered it feasible.
The question then came up at to the
manner of executing it. We were to
call npon the Secretary of tbe Navy and
procure from him the necessary number
of Colt's navy pittolt and a supply of
ammunition, cutlasses, etc., to arm as
many men as the vessel could carry.
All these things were promptly furnished
by Mr.. Mallory and sent on to Fred
ericksbarg. We were also to apply to
Mr. Walker, tbe Secretary of War, for
an order to General Holmes, com
manding at Fredericksburg, to select six
hundred of his reliable troops, who
should be sent to the mouth of Cone
river by an hour to be agreed upon, and
who should carry with them tbe arms
sent up by the Secretary of the Navy.
The St. Nicholas wat to be there and
receive to many of tbe troops as could
be used in boarding and securing the
Pawnee, the residue of the troops to re
main at Cone river to guard the vessels
that Zarvona might capture before he
reached that place. He did capture a
large amount of coffee, ice, aud other
articles of much value to the State and
Confederacy. The scheme was approved
by the President, and wo went actively
to work to carry it out. The troops did
not reach Cone river, however, until
some hours after the appointed time,
owing to some misapprehension of the
orders. What the misapprehension was,
or bow it occurred. I have never learned
Hence the St. Nicholas, with her prizes.
was taken to Fredericksburg, and the
cargoes there landed. Captain Alexan
der accompanied Zarvona to Baltimore.
and aided greatly in effecting the cap-
tare el me at. Nicholas, it was regarded
as a ,"n ' ' i
BOLD ADD HAZARDOUS CKTERPR1SK
when it wag undertaken, and the Con
federate and State authorities, who were
alone in the secret, - awaited the result
After Zarvona's and' Alexander's re
turn to Richmond, I commissioned the
lormer as colonel, and the latter as cap
tain, with the cordial approval of the
Council and the convention then in ses
sion. After the capture of the St. Nicholas,
the Northern people became exceed
ingly bitter towards Zarvona, and he re
quested me, by legislative act, to have
his name changed from Richard Thomas
to Richard Thomas Zarvona, which was
done, and he was commissioned eolonel
by the name of Richard Thomas Zar
vona. The boldness and success of this act
made Colonel Zarvona well and favor
ably known to, and caused him to be
most highly appreciated by the people
of Virginia and the South. Vast num
bers of citiieos of Richmond called to
raake his acquaintance, and to pay their
respects to. him to express their thanks
and tender their congratulations., His
room at tbe Executive Mansion was gen
erally crowded with visitors from the
city and the country, upoa all of whom
he made a very favorable in?presion.
Many of the people of Virginia will
doubtless reeollect bin. . - -i
At that tirae he was aboat twenty-one
years of age, of rather small frame, un
usaally active, and possessed wonderful
energy ' and determination. ' He wore
the Zouave dress, and the cap corre
sponding with it. Ilia bair was cut very
close. , His babits were good, and while
with me I never knew him to - taste ar
When SBbeeaoentrr captured on the
Patuxent steamer the Federals impris
oned him, first in Fort McUenry, and
afterward in Fort Lafayette, and kept
mm connnea unui mo close ot toe war.
After his release 1 received several let
ters from him, in all of which he com
plained that his health had greatly
er j i1 i. i r .
suuereu irom ms long connnement and
I became very much attached to him.
and appreciated him most highly for his
integrity and his intellect; for bis cool
ness and bis courage; for bis public and
private virtues, and for the possession of
an tnose qualities tnat make up tbe man.
How true it.is, and yet how sad it makes
us feel to know it ;
"That while th years, an endloss host,
' Come pressing swiftly on,
Tbe brightest names that earth oan boast
Just glisten and art gone."
March 29, 1875.: John Letcher.
The Capt. G. W. Alexander referred
to above was afterward promoted to a
colonelcy, and is now a resident of Mem
The Hammoth cave ef Mexico.
It is said that the save of Cacahuam
ilpa is tbe largest cave in the world.
Several persons who have visited the
Mammoth Cave of Kentucky and that of
Cacabuamilpa in Mexico pronounce the
latter the larger. A volcanic mountain
with an extinct crater covers this cave.
It is not described in guide-books or
books of travel. , It has, in fact, never
been edequately described. Mr. Porter
C. Bliss has twice examined and ex
plored it, the last time in Febraarr of
the past year. "Six hundred persons
I constituted the last exploring party;
they were provided with Bengal lights
I WTAt II HJ 'BBS I J i H 9
r J ft1 1 , ee i ma b H mi I I IJ H - I , i : ,
MEMPHIS TEA COMPANY.
We will sell at the following prices until further notice :
Gunpowder, 73c, $1, 1 25, $1 40.
Imperial, 59c, 75c, fl, $1 25.
Sonchong-, 50c, 75c, $1, $1 25.
Good Ground Coffe, 25o; Yeast Powder in bulk, by pound or barrel, 35c.
Liberal Din count to the Trade.
C. H. POMEROY & CO., 3G5 Main St.
and scientifio appliances. After
reaching a level at perhaps fifty
feet depth, they proceeded three
and . three-quarter miles into the
interior. The roof was so high a suc
cession of halls that rockets often ex
ploded before striking it. Labyrinthine
passages leave the main hall in every
direction. Stalagmites and stalactites
are abundant. Below this cave, at a
great depth, are two other immenso
caves, from each of which issues a
branch of a great river, uniting here.
These two rivers enter some five miles
distant at the other side of the moun
tain, flow parallel and issue at last to
gether. Vast quantities of bats are the
most numerous inhabitants of these cav
erns. Female Society.
It is better for you to pass your leis
ure evenings in a lady's drawing-room,
even though tbe conversation is slow,
and you know the girl's song bv heart.
than in a club, a tavern, or a pit of a
tneater. ah amusements ot youth to
which virtuous women are not admitted,
rely on it, are deleterious in their nature.
All men who avoid female society have
dull perceptions, and are stupid, or have
gross tastes, and revolt against what b
pure. Your club swaggerers, who are
sucking the butts of billiard cues all
night, call female society insipid. Poe
try is uninspiring to a jockey; beauty
has no charms for a blind man; music
does not please a poor beast who
does not know one tune from another;
but as a pure epicure is hardly tired of
water-sauces, and brown bread and but
ter, I protest I can sit for a whole night
talking with a well regulated kindly
woman about her girl Fanny or her boy
Frank, and like the evening's entertain
ment. One of tbe great benefits a man
derives from a woman's society is that
he is bound to be respectful to her. The
habit is of great good to your moral
man, depend npon it' Our education
mrkesns the moat eminently selfish men
in be world. Thackeray. ,
m- ei si
A physician of Saylorville, Iowa, who
was made the victim of a first of April
hoax by receiving a summons from a fic
titious patieut and traveling a consider
able distance in baste to answer it, turn
ed the tables on the jester by sending in
to him a bill for professional services, and
compelling payment, with costs, by pro
cess of law. Kit..,
A number of fashionable young ladies
in Boston have organized a cookery
club, meeting twice a week at the resi
dence of each member in turn, who
treats her sister-members to a breakfast,
dinner or tea prepared exclusively by
Establishes In 1863.
E. A. BENSON'S
OLD AND RELIABLE I
y . -Ana- "!
317 llftin Street. ,
r is now orrniBs
Mr BENSON A CO.'S Piano from.4350 to W5C
essr V0HB A SONS' Pianos from...!3S0 to 1500
tar O ABLER Pianos from..400 to S5&0
aw BTFINWAY i. SON'SPlanoi-ISOvto 125C
sw MASON & HAMLIN 0rgans...100 to I5CT
100 PIANOS FOB SALE
Monthly Payment, as Follows t
CcuhDovm " . '
150 1100 1150 $200 1250 1300 1350 WOO $450 $500
$15 $40 $35 $30 $25 $20 115 $10 $5 -Or
a Liberal Disoount for all Cash Down.
Sleet Music acd Musical Mercbandist
HOW IS THE TIME TO BUT
sw Piano Tuned aai Repaired b eonpe
tnt workman. K. A. BENSON.
W- ai7 Main rr.t. Mmr.M. T.nn
POWELL A IIAimi.UTO.,
Sabacrlpdoss, $2 SO per Annnni. A
Faper Devoted to Catholicism
and New f to nay,
THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM TO
raaoh th interior of lenness. Alabama,
Mississippi and Arkansas. AU oonmonioa
tions h.u!d bo addrassed
W. T. PO W ELL, Business Manaser.
UO-t No. 10 W. Court st Memphis, lean.
Fifteen Cents per Veek
Toung Hjson, 75c, $1, $1 25, $1 40.
Japan, 75c, 25, (1 40.
Oolong, 50c, 75c, $1, $1 25, $1 40.
Orang' Pekoe, $1 60 to $2.
Deeds of Gift,
Blanks for Depositions,
j i . .
; Peace Warranto, ,
t .. , ; (
WRIT OF rOSCISLE ENTRY AKD
Writ of Possession,
Power of Attorney,
Etc, Etc., Etc
' AT . v
The LEDQER OFFICE
Paper! Paper!- Paper
OF ALL KIHDS.
A. V. DU PONT tfcOO.
Manufacturer and Wholesale Waaler.
Haw Just rtaoTd to to '. Ian fosow
i . torywaihoo,N W Mains!
N. F. RI1RWU i saa
E .ir'WV TRDDIVB. . .
f V X7nfCn
nt Offio. D. G., and bat
OfciJ.' 'hvn,DK otn?r first -elaa
wn.ei. rsmpoiet !r.
N. F. BURNHAM. York. Pa.
pa,w,!t r bll flour. Profit Imrnans.
conduct an Awnoy forth recaption of adror
tn.m.nu for Am.rioan Newspapara-thi jnost
world. Bl thousand Nawspapar arc k.pt
wularly on 11. opan to inswtioi bu"to
mrs. &rtrt Ad venla.m.., , ultnTt
th horn prfc of th papar, without aor ad
ditional obarga or epmrniuion. An adr.r
Usr, la daahnf with th As.ny. 1. Vd
trouble and oorrospondeao. makiaa on
contract instead of a down, a hundred
or a tbousand. A Bok oontainins
lisU of papers, circulations, with some in
rormatlon about prices, is sent to any
address for twenty fir cenU. Person wish
ing to mak contract for advertising in aar
?". onnt. Blat or Territory of tha
i-S1 nbUt?"' or "T trtion of Domin
Ion of Canada, may end a concise statement
?J wfV tn,t wnt- together with a copy of
he AdTeril.emeiit. and recede informa
tion which will enable them to d.cide whether
to increase or reduo th order. For such in
formation there is n oharre. Order arw
taken for a single paper a well a a list: for a
41 1KH Bow. H. Y.
t 2$ Oft VL d,r $ hom8- Term fre.
A WKKh. guaranteed to Hale and t
r?(iTiUM ?.Al5n? ".' locality. Oosta
Terms of Adrertising are offered for Newsp
per in tbe 8ute of
Send for list of papers and ohedaI of raUf.
GEO. P. ROWEL! A COn
SO. 41 PARK E0W, SEW YOUV
TRADE M AKK.
LEA & PEBRDiS' .. ..
' CELBBBATED ' .
CONNOISSEURS I MadriTto hi
, i I orotner at
Tea tha 1,V WORCJtSTKB.
"ONLY GOOD UA'rU
1 a1 to 'a -
And applicable to
leemea in India,
.uu ifl.in mj opin
ion, the matt pai-
'jihe most whole-
L ' jsoma Banc that
ia mad." .
Bold Wholesale and for Exportation by tha
Proprietors, LEA and PERKINS. Worcester.
England; and Retail by Dealer In Sauoes ten.
rally throughout th World.
Ask for Lea & Perrins' Sauce.
At th BBEAKFABT TABLE it imparta
th most exquisite relish and teat to Hot or
Cold Meat, Fowl, Fish. Broiled Kidney, to.
At the DIHXKB TABLE, In Soap, with
Fish, Hot Joint, Oam. and in all Grayie.
it giro a delightful flayer, 1 '
At tha Ll'HCHEOB AHD SUPFKB
TABLES it it deemed IndUpensabl by tkt
familiar with it estimable qualltiet. ,
Tnm we An York 2Vaw. J .
There lo relish in th world which i
nnlrsrsally liked a Lea k Parrin f&mou
Worcestershire Sauce. t 1 1
JOHN DUSCaS'S soks,
; SEARCT ARKANSAS, '. '
CIRCULATES AM0N9 ALL TH1 MER
J chant in th Whit and Red riyar Tai
Is the People's Organ.
Menpbl merchant will And this a goad
medium te Kake their busines known to tb
oountry merchant in that ..t
larly. Addras. "
agob rsoLicn, jm -
FORTUNE FOR Sli
Itfliui by A uthority ttu act tki LtfuUiurl
licktti $1 each, Six for $3. On Chine at mrv 9.
Fifth Extraordinary Drawing,
I Cash Prize or $100,000
1 nt.li Prize of SO.OOO
1 :aii lr?ie of W.OOO
I Cah lTIe of iiO.OOO
51,025 Cash Prizesiunoimting to $350,000
Th. flnt Ritn.irdln.rr Dniwhif w.i ptwU6 .w by Col.
Pulflek, Pra'l f Uo.nl of Tmlr. Th. .raid by OoTmqf
.mc. Third Ikh.l Uoldtn. Tb. fourth by Jmlf.
ii, Pru'iorihaSmit.. irw. every 30 Day.
Air..lwmiiMd. tlbtr.1 pty- For fall pwlkuku. M
rirciilin. AiMr.u Ih. Uanir'r, 1
J. M. PATTEE, Lar.imle City, Wyoming
N B -Unral. Cllr I. ot th. Union f.cISc Htllrcd, 4
v.en Chlcifo ut Ofdis.
NAN HOOD KESTOISED.
A VICTIM OF YOUTHFUL IMPRU
d.nce, causing prematare decay, ner
vous debility, etc., having tried in vain erery
known remruy, has found a simple self-cur,
which a will send frrt to his fellow-sufferers.
Addr-sa J. 11. KVS, 78 JNasnau street.'