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if Oat write a rood hi
Cri ' !BttJ wim raereno and -ptcimn
WAMTED-iFIiTjr UOOD HANDS A&
Wood Choppers, ud 8tve Makers,
tod wages. Apply to
GEO. 1., VTriTTtT.T.fl '
'KDSTEK'S SALE. BY VIRTUE OF A
ueea ui trust to cat sxccutrd by tne uoara
mataa. nf th Ru....!.... U.(AI flfilUv.. nf
juawpuia, by and through th.irduly appointed
I iLTnmii.l... .... ui 1 1 11 .... ll..c.l..nl
W..U.IH.1,., in,,, . , X' 1 X CI. II, I f SBIUVUkf
and J. 1. Wowlard, member of laid Board, re-
therein niaiitinnad. I wit! ull at 10 a.m.. Kntur-
aey, .lurch slat, ittoo, at
premises, on north aid
eorded in the Regiater'a office of Hhelby county,
Tenn,. in Record Hock No. 66. nart 1. Dim 79.
60. til and 82, to s.iure a certain indootedneas
'. nubile aale. oil tno
or Heal street. Mem
phis. Tenn., to tba higheat bidd.r for catt, tha
rat, building, apparatus, and appurtoninwi be
longing to tno Mompuie Eotamco Medical loi
lego, being Cot No. 14, in Block No. 02, on
which the large brick house known ai tba aaid
e.dlege buildiur is erected, lo satisfy said Trust.
Itighi of rtdtmption waitnd. Till, believed to
ba food, but convey a Trustee inly.
HENRY 0. DENT, Trustee.
Fobrnary 28, 1HJH. marl-lm
1X)R SALE THAT VALUABLE
' A ot Business property kno
8treet Baptist Church Lot,'
property known a " Tha Baal
.Ihtirph T.nt." pnrnar of Hul
and Duaoto atroeU, fronting 106 fact on Baal
andiron Desoto. Will be divided tosnit pur
ehasers. Apply to
II. 0. DENT CO..
Keal Hatato A rents.
". f27-lw Cor. Beal and Hernando streets.
SALE. THE LEASE IAND STORE
. I'lxtnr. a of atora No. 169 Main atreet, In
quire at 171 Main street. - marl
DU SAMCEL GILBERT'S
Six tb Ditrict---Legue,' 1 ' T relevant,
as . w t . 1
114 it I Ulf JI X . 1 CfStU TV -fa! .TTT.m 9. TMcma a.
PREPARATIONS i&Z, 1 ?ZZ$5L "
L.leveBlh District 1 relevant, 71;
yon TBI oom of all disiasis op tm J-oague, 1; Ware, Z; Bridges, 1; lung,".
Sixteenth District Trezevant, 23;
S KIN 'AND BLOOD. ". ;
a Fifth Diatrlrt Firat PreA.nct. Bnnr..
TO ll"o?oTT.?or2J 22;Capera, 27; Leonard, 630; Giles,
ni.nt of tha valuable propertiaa of tbaao ua- Qi Merritnan, 85; Da. 67. 8econd
IttaiiM praparauoa. . , precin Merrima , .
DB. 8AMUBI. OILBEBT'8 cper( . .'
C.EXKKAL, ALTERATIVE 283. s
Acta directly upon tha irlanda and mucoua mam- Fourteenth District First Precinct,
to f-5S?i riuof Caper., 134 f Leonard, 258; Merrinfcn,
ahroniomaladiaaof tha Bkin, Kidneya. Lunaa, 142; Bond, 59; LaT, 150; Giles, 44.
Llvar. Gland.. Alim.nt.ry (JanJ and Mucoui
Leonard, 145 ; .Giles, 13; aferriraan, 4'J;
Sixth pistrict Merriman, 7; Ieonard,
0; Capers, 1; Giles, 3; Bond, 7; Day, 98.
Seventh District Bond, 241 ; Merri
man, 2 ; Day, 22.
. Eleventh District Day, 22; Giles,
28; Bond, 14; Merriman, 7 ; Capers, 3.
Sixteenth District Day, 19 ; Bond, 4;
IVJR SALK.-AN ADAM PRE88, FLATTEN
19x25 inchea, withnt.am apparatuaoomplata;
-tuium aom low u appnaa lor aoon. it la in
food running order, and may ha aoon running
any aaar in our poraeaaioo.
A pply to, or add reaa.
ATTACHMENT NOTICE. H ANN An
Dilluu. va. A. Baar. Tha defendant in tjll
(aawill talc. nnti,. that an attj&Ah .. ant haa
beau aued out aaainat him upon tha ground that
na la a ncn-raaiaant oi tnabiataol xannaaiea,
and thii eaaa aat for thai on tha 3d of April,
1H60, at my office, in tba eity of Memphia, wben
and where ha oan appear, and defend (aid ac
" tion, or theoaae will ba proceeded withaj-jMrr.
ie.ti-oaw-i p. A. M UU n JS , J. f.ll- a. J
J aona having elaima againat the eatate of
i uauaoua n . Fotter, deceaaed, are hereby no
. tified to preaent them for payment within tha
i time prcaeribod bv law. otherwiae thev will ha
barrod. And tboae indebted to aaid eatate are
requested to make payment to theunderaigned,
or to hia Agenta and Attorn or a, Meeara. buiith
or nui, aiio. 37vaiain atreet, M.mphta, otb
erwiaa the claima will ba put in anit for eollee
tion. THOMAS M. POTTER.
Administrator of T. W. Potter, dae'd.
Brownavillerenn., Fab. 19.18&S. oaw-4t
VrOTICK OF INSOLVENCY. THE IN
IX aolrency of the Eitateof C. H. Whitmore,
deceaaed having been suggaated by ma as Ad
miniatratur thareof, to the Clerk of the County
Court of Shelby County, Tannaaaee. All per
aons having claims against said eatate are
hereby notified to appear and Die, with the
viera or saiauourt, tbeir claim autneuiicewd
in the manner prescribed by law, on or before
the 1st day of May, IBM, and any claims not
W. A. WmtilORE,
filed on or before said data, orbaior. an annm.
pri.tion of tha fundi of aaid estate, shall for
ever be barred both in law and equit;
. . i if. A, WUf
J aw-am - - - Adnnntrator.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION. -NO-tioe
is hereby giren to all whom it may
concern, that I shall apply to the County Court
of Shelby County, on tbe Drat Monday in April,
186G, for letters of administration upon the oa-
late of William Djikina, deceased, late of
February 14. 18.
XTOT10J.-I HEREBY GIVE
Vt thai I will apply for letters of admiuiatra
lion on Ua eatate ol feter Mainrault. riaoaaa.
at tha April term next of the County Court
"".. . . J.r.DHOMaOOLE.
tion on the eatate of
it tba April term i
Memphis. Feb. 14.1968.
eter Mainrault, deceased.
ounty uourt of
. . . . TO TAX
Ornoi or Citt Th-Colliotox.)
ineai x.aiate,; r
MtMfllS, TlKH January 11, 186$.
In aocordaac with a resolutloa
the Hoard of Mayor and Alderman.
, isoo, a dii
1 upon all
irate yea-, a
isJI ba paid
f. L. WARNER,
DR. SAMUEL GILBERT'S ' - -TETTER
An axoellent preparation for all dlseaea of the
skin, auoh as enronia aruniion.. r.i iin,
IUih, Tetter, Pimples, Soald HoaJ, Milk Crust,
DR. SAMUEL GILBERT'S I I
Pnaaaaaa namiliar tonle and artrincent qualities.
which oauae it to beapwially adapted to tbe cure
of various kinds of ULCERS, eapecially tboae
ariicn are of .n inaoieni n.iure, uu wuwu mw
wiiany aenominaieu oiu f ..l.i.
These preparationa have boon in oonatant use tor paints.
ny lit. oainuei uuoeri ior over inni-un
years with unvaried suooess, and are confidently
recommended as being much sufiorior to any
Other preparations for similar purposes.
For sale by Druggists everywhere. . '
Manufactured only by
Wholosala DruggisU. 2S1 Main atreet,
marf-Sm Memphis, Tenn.
LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION.
tbr grand moslcal treat of the aeasoo
H1 coma off at the Library Association
Ball, this evening;. Among the novelties
which will be presented to the andience
to-night is Professor Wiley's inimitable
variation of the "Last Rose of Summer."
Those who may not have heard thia beau
tiful piece performed by Professor Wiley
should by all means attend the concert
t the Library Hall, this evening. The
programme embraces some of the finest
pieces of mosio now nsei, and Professer
Wiley will be assisted by the very cream
of the mu:u! talent of this city, among
whom we may mention the Misses Ham
memkold, Mrs. Bertscby, Prt fessors Ea
ton, Whaples, Stephsni, Messrs. Scran
torn, Farmer, Davia, Wilkinson, Butting
ham and Herr Sabatzlty. These names
furnish a sufficient guaranty of the char
acter of the concert to come off to-night,
under the management of Prof. Wiley.
We expect to see a large attendance of
our citizens there.
Artists' materials at 2J1 Second
street, three doors from Court Square, t
Qcite a Daring Aci. We had a call
this morning from W. H. Terry, " the
wild Mississippi counterfeit bill,". who, to
use his own expression, " don't give a
continental d n for anybody, gave his
frienda, and don't expose anybody who
don't expose him." lie dpnirp. n. ...
those terrible steamboat disasters, which that in his daring feat of walking nt nn
of late have go frequently taken place on the telegraph flag-pole, he ws not under
the Western waters, occurred last night the influence of whisker. we .tfe
at about eight o'clock, within twenty but desired to prove that the great rone
miles of our city, suddenly sending into man, Mr. Denier, was not such a won-
eternity some twenty or more people, and der, but that ho could not find his match
wounding and scalding some twenty-five in a returned " Confedret" We nnder-
others. Tbe R. J. Lockwood, in com- gtand that Mr. T jrry stood on the pole
mand of Captain Ben Howard, which had with his head, and that anv one who does
Go To McDonald's, 2H1 Second tret,
- - ' t
Another . Steamboat Disaster
Twkstt People Killed. Another of
with' at this seaso'ri'of the year. " Tii
late rain ba laid the dost, and a solid
path has been beat where the mud ha
generally been worst, while overhead the
rays of the tun are just warm enough to
make everything comfortable.
. m wmam Man J
Shootixo istak Corporation There
were two arrests made yesterday for
shooting in the corporation. We cannot
see why people will willingly Uy tlienv
selves liable to a fine by practicing at
waat they know to be unlawful and dan
gerous, or at least" annoying to their
neighbors. Pinch tbeir pocket, Mr.
Recorder, nothing hits a man's feelings
nearer than that, and it is apt to make a
man think when he joes to do it again.
Belle Memphis. This famous and
popular house is having r great run of
customers on account of the choice and
first-class wines and liquors which they
keep. If you want a drink, such as can
not be surpassed, try the favorite caterer,
Wolf, at the Belle Memphis, No. 11
Adams street, opposite the Worsham
Sckdat. Yesterduy was an exceed
ingly quiet day. There were but few
arrests made by the police, and we be
lieve only one for being drunk. . This re
flects great credit on our city, and we
think the late order of the military has
had its good effect, and we may look for
peaceable times, if it will only be kept
"Soother Rural Maoazine." We
have just received the first number of
the new series of this magazine, published
at Montgomery, Alabama. It is published
at the low price of three dollars per year,
as nA atri t nina rtt rnltt nnr. t. - f . .1
I 1 1 .1 .1 I eMj VUIHOIIIB SlUfc IS 11 IT UlltlJV UIIiIL'S HUU
been plying during the past season be- not beheve he did it, he is willing to try well written articles, but much valuable
iwu wuvu.VB n. auu nn vrieauB, u over again. 1 he lact is, Mr. Terry is information
leii.tne iauer port on tue 1st instant to Kn original, and can ulay on anv instro
1 . a. . . I " "
1866 K,n enter the Missouri river trade, for ment, from standing on his head on a
which she wag originally built At New pole, to striking a tune on a jewsharp.
Ovh Public Directory. Strangers "rleanl ner Doners repairea ana We will conclude by informing our read
Shobia, The river ia going down rapidly
bout six feet since yesterday even
ing. This has been the prettieet toftfttm7?-
Saturday Evening, March 3
A Cozy Place. One of the cozit
places for a good drink is at the Clcljiint
saloon, No. 8 Adams street, kept by tha
old and popular caterer, P. Duffy. H
"i . .... .i
visiting the city in quest of any of the I w" pronounced ingooa condition by tbe erg (bat our hero of the pole is
necessities or luxuries of life, will find ooara 01 "Pscr.ors wnen sne proceeded Bill Tsrry,
the names of all the first-class business nP"a one naa oniy Deen out a snort no very merry,
houses in the city, together with a large time when itwa discovered that ?o "t thTilm,,
amount of other important information on.e ot ner 011ere was leaking. Cap- Quite a poet,
in our" Public Directory" column on tain Howard immediately ordered the But you don't know it,
lb firt tiio-a nf tha Pnm.tn l.tmirav t Rmountof steam to be reduced, and asked Beeause he is not a go-.t.
r-n- 1 . . . I TT -JJ .1 1 . . I
tne engineer it tney had not better ! """i.. . wm go to bove business at No. 410 Main street
i he election. rrom me returns an .. .n(t rna r That ffi.r infXrn.aJ hear him to-morrow evenine. at Court I -I... t...i
r " I , I BUCIC 11UIC1
is assiste'd by Frank Madden, the chief
of all the favorites, to do the mixing of
the good things, and all they keep is of
Na 1 order.
Fresh Lake Fish and Game. W. U
Comstock Si Co., have commenced the
ready in, there is scarcely the shadow of a the Cantain that there was no noaitive Square, with music.
J..A, l....l..i!.lt. !. J ..J T..J .1 . - . . ! I '
uuuu uu, .u oauor-... ciccieu u uugc , necessity for so doing, when the steamer pDno
Winters. Sheriff: Jno. Meehen. Clerk of n' j .l- BRP8
x..n: ':..... . rri.-. r . ' j r. U"U,"!U u""'ru' u"ucr ,,,B n,B8,er Second street.
", -, uuU. ingtruction, at a very slow speed. Last
ty Trustee; Phil. Garvin, Tax Collector; n;2ht. however, when she nmhublv
Jnd; ' Norton,' Constable of tbe Four- eihteen milea from tha citv. ah audden.
a .L Trr.A. r ri i o .t I 1
tecum district; iuuncnei, oi me o.itu . bIew and .(lerw.rd cani,t firfl
..v. auur.omuu, nmgimruieoi me The flBBeg Durst in maje.,y 8ending
ia j t.: a ti. I n
mat naiueu iisirict. I ne .ouowing, are the . . d 1 l,t i.;t. .Ka heaven.
all the returns we have up to going to malting tright the whole horizon, which,
press! ti f 1 1 I from this distance could be nlainlv aeon
,0R HERirr. : and manjr readily divined how they were
an., ..ii.ui, un .iramti-niu. ooeas one J. The arnmer M S fi.r,bam
ters, 647; Felts, 412. Second Precint- on nar wav tn Vbw n .. . ' J
Winters, 742 ; Felts, 78. th. iil.f.ted ateamer and pBnrd .11 ,L
and nousekeepers wi
always nnd a large stock of everything
Brushes of all descriptions at No. 281 ln tm llne. freh and ooi
' I For the benefit of those depending on
Theatrical. This is the third week you, insure your life in tbe old Altna
of the engagement of Mr. and Mr. Flor-1 Life Insurance Company, of Hartford.
ence at the New Memphis Theatre. I Call and see the advantages it offers.
Thus far they have been very Huccesxful, I Moore & West, agents, 22J Madison
and made themselves immensely popular I street. fel?"-wt
un an who nave aitenuau me tneatre. Co, jOFi!, RA,rAI,Av8V. learn that
rri i if . . 1
iney nave nppPareu n a great number thi. gentleman is elected to the office of
cnaraciers, am, aiway. received tne jU(ge.0f the County Court, by about
pmuuns oi discriminating audiences, hundred majority. He is an old citizen
in the delineation of Irish characters, ,nd a eeLtleman ofthe ril,ht stamn
tth, ISA a discount of twe per o.nL Der month
data and the end ofsaid eorporate year.
will be allowed upon all taxes due the eity for
a-, ana endiaw J una 30tb,
paid in Cash, between this
the XMh eorporate yea, ana end
AOtgrs roa Tag vollowino viut-class
Home Insurance Company
OF NEW YORK.
Security Insurance Comply
OF SEW YORK.
capital, . . f i.eoa.roe
PARTIES DESIRING INSURANCE
either Fire. Marine or Hall, would do well
to emu ap j
LINDSET ft VREDENBURQH
; Before effsctinf Insurance elaewhar.
7So. 9 Madison Street, j
Designated Depository j
OF TUE UNITED STATES. '
Does a General Banking Business
Mala Collection in Southern StaUt
Oa favorable Terau.
Old sand of the Plstntre Bsank
, O EO. R. KCTTER, Praeidaal.
' J. B. HTJTCHlNSOIf, VIee PreU
WALTER S. KOROAIt. Cashier.
Fourteenth District,' First Precinct
Winters, 241 ; Felts, 240. Second Pre
cinct Winters, 386 ; Felts, 407.
Sixteenth District Felts, 20; Win
ters, 7. . .. '
Eleventh District Felts, 74; Win
ters. 3. . ,.-., j ; . , k ''
Sixth District Winters, 61 ; Felts, 65.
Seventh District Winters, 45 ; Felts, 6.
for couktt judge. 'j
Fifth DistrictFirst Precinct Saffa
suns, 203; Leonard, 191; Dickinson, 121;
Morgan, 270; Smith 13. Second Pre
cinctLeonard, 260; Dickinson, 196;
Morgan, 184 ; BatTarans, 2C5. i j i
' Sixteenth District Leonard, 8 ; Dick
inson, 12 ; Saffarans, 3.
assistance in' the power of her officers.
The wounded and scaldad were taken by
her, and proceeded down the river, re
ceiving every care that could be given
them. We are happy in being able
to state that none of the lady passengers
were lost The boat was burnt to the
water's edge and will, with the cargo,
which was small, prove a total loss. She
was valued at about sixty thousand dol
lars, ad was not insured. From parties
w jo arrived this morning from the wreck
we learn no further particulars of the
lost than what reached here last evea-
ing. Among the killed were the bar
keeper, a cabin boy, the steward, the sec'
ond engineer and hia striker, a texas ten.
Fob Sale A fine lot of cotton seed
for fifty cents per bushel. Apply to
H G. Dent 4 Co.,
fe2T-lw t lloi Beal street.
Mr. Florence always appears as natural
and easy as a genuine Irishman. Mrs.
Florence is one of the most versatile
actresses of tbe dny. She lias appeared
in Irish, German, Spanish and Yankee
cnaracters, eacn oi wnicn sne sustained Brows k Jones have the best articl
in tne most artistic style. ne sings of Pittsburz coal. R. C. Hite receive
well, and dances beautifully. To-night orders for their coaI at 4l2 Main (t. t
a great bill is to be presented kath
leen Mavourneen, with Mr. Florence as fTri0 pnrf nf Momnhits '
Terrence O'More, and Mrs. Florence as I , r 1
Kathleen O Connor, and Messrs. Car- The weather was beautiful this morn
den, Hicks and McWade are also tn op- ing one of the prettiest days we hav
pear. Kathleen Mavourneen is an had in a long time.
excellent drama, and in the hands of I The river is quite high, and still coming
these accomplished artists will be very up.
attractive. Business at the landing was rather
brisk this morning.
Varkisheb of all kinds at 281 Second
Fourteenth Dietrirt First 'Preeinet I j -t . i . ' . .
- ---- aer, me waicnman, merest ot the num-
iuUr8u, iU, i.ca.uaon, iv, x-eouaru, ber be n.a.eneera. none of tha nam.. Ti,.n.n.rn, TI,
ooo . o.ir tne . c:.k ta c a I . ' ' I -..H. . ..uu,-
-"-'""l -""i I of Which we could learn AKnnt Cn I k, nf m .
rapinot SarTn.rana. fil Tliekin.nn 37 I - .. ........ - I e e
' i i "in tna rrpw IMP nrat nlrlr tha ti ..i An l . .1 .. .1 i-.
U,..n o:.u o, . " .: -." .uramiurra, auu uiucr puuuc places,
i I irtneer and hia striker were hnriltr .n. ..iL:.i. .u.!.r
Sirtli n;.triolT..nn.r 3- Raffa-an. . . . . . "S . eu.il.ujr .ue.r lc, on
w ' ' I ded. Amonir tne ara ded am (i H I nn.. ... :.n-
f - - i "1-i.uuu. w. iikii bcvvui. uoiurc luie-
Enochs, Charles A. Smith, J. H. Curry' ness. ;Tboy smoke cigars, drink whiskey, j
K, bvans and W. H. Myers. ' and spit tobacco juice on the sidewalk; but
We could learn no further particulars tbeir brazen effrontery does not stop here
45 ; Dickinson, 28 ; Morgan, 15.
Eleventh District Saffarans, 32; Dick
inson, 20; Morgan, 2. . . ,
circuit court clerk.
Fifth District First Precinct, Stew
art, 96; Meehan, 672; Onley, 40. Sec
ond Precinct, Meehan
446; Qnley,135. ' ,'
Fourteenth District First Precinct,
Meehan, 293; Stewart, 407; Onley, 80.
I Sixth District Stewart, 39 ; Onley, 63.
Seventh District Stewart, 12; On
Eleventh District Stewart 37; On
ley, 40. !
Sixteenth District Stewart, 17; On
ley, 7. ! ' ' : ;
FOR TAX COLLECTOR.
Fifth District First Precinct, Cald-
up to going to press.
You can buy glass at 281 Second street
421 ; Stewart, I as cheap as any place in the city. t
they will stare at every yonng lady who
chances to pass by, criticising ber looks
dress and walk in a manner not only dis
gusting, but truly insulting. They are a
pack of indolent rascals, that should be
cleared from their holes and put to work.
The chain gang or the penitentiary is not
a jot too good for them. Persons who
- Ia connection with the above, we this
well, 24; Priddy, 42; Garvin, 729; Co- morning received the following commu-
mer, 31 ; Brooks. Second i'recinct, Co- nication from one of our Front street
mer 195; Garvin, 443; Priddy, 2C5 ; merchants :
Brooks, 29; Coldwell, 100. i Editor Public Lidoer : If " a white
Fourteenth District Tirst Precinct, I man 1 was substituted for "a neero, in
A' Negro Mortally Wounded. On
Saturday we published the following item
of news, nnder the above caption :
" A neero bor named McCellom. as he
was turning the corner of Gayoso and forget that they have mothers and sisters
DeSoto streets, on his way home last should be taught to respect women by the
SerJCOT '- nd U to be
in passing tread heavily on the foot of one . j r -t, j-
ot them. Whether accidentally or not, it ""P pn.c u.nycra
produced a quarrel, which ended in the ing this set of ribalds from the street corn-
pouceman shooting JUcUollOm, wounding ers at once. It is a shame that such should
be the condition of things in a city like
Memphis, and the sooner the police st op
it the more will it redound to ther credit.
Coal Oil at 281 Second street t
Job Priktimo. Having the largest
The following is the port list for the
past forty-eight hours :
Platte Valley, St Louis.
Continental, St Louis.
Baltic, New Orleans.
New Orleans, Cairo.
Graham, St Louis.
Landon, Arkansas river.
White Cloud, New Orleaus.
Southern Belle, Arkansas river.
Mepham, St Louis.
Guidon, Little Rock.
Die Vernon, Vicksburg.
Bart Able, New Orleans.
Clifton, Cincinnati. ,
Belle St. Louis, St Louis.
Harry Dean, White river.
Platte Valley, Vicksburg.
Continental, New Orleans.
Baltic, New Orleans.
Centralia, Arkansas river.
New Orleans, New Orleans.
White Cloud, St Louis.
Graham, St Louis.
Southern Belle, St Louis.
Magenta, New Orleans.
Mepham, New Orleans.
Boats Leaving; To-Day.
For Cairo and Looisville. The first
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n n. . . iv-1 . n -i ,ni. I an nam lib. tha ahnva. vnn wnnlrl hava. I mnoi tuu.u,c uu .
uarvin, an, rnauy, tou, corner, u , - -, - . -j - j r7 ; ,r ;; VIU Q ;, class nassenirer napket Tarascon
. i uu m a. vuiuuiu i vtuic, urnucu aii i uc miiiaiaoiuui jt ' - r - r
cinct, v.aidwen,oii; rriddy.dD; uarvin, TouT The uifficulty with you, like most .,..;,- k:,i .j m.nder. J."A Tusk, and the .m;,.!,!-
- 0 . . I 1 V I JM uu; UVUCA K. 1 vauv.L vwwuiinui ua.ia a I ' w
eannot I eVo SZ -d can therefore afford to keep up the and favorite J. M. Pendleton, agisted by
ing, entitled to the common rights of hu-1 name ofthe " cheapest printers in the I the courteous Arthur Field, in the office,
the season, end the warm sun and the
chirping of the birds afford an augury
of an early spring. , , ,
SiaaMBoAT Prikti!o. We respectfully
ask our steamboat friends to call and ex
amine the specimens of fine steamboat
printing daily execuf'd a th Public
Ledger office., Qur; prices will be found
to compare favorably with those of Cin
cinnati or St Louis, and to be greatly
below those asked by other city offices.
Bring your orders directly to us, and
save the commission charged by parties
whs take in work they are not prepared
to execute. t
Monetary and Commercia
1 i i till Money Market, V ) v
Corrected dnily by R. P. Bol.Llito. President
lloine inturauce and 1 rust Company
The sluggish movement of Cttton for tbe last
ten days has improved into some considerable
inquiry by the buy en, and sales have transpired
to-day, showing an early movement of the main
Exchange atil! adheres to its old status of M
premium, selling, and discount, buying.
Time bills are freely taken at the following
quotations : Thirty day bills, lper cent. dis.
count ; fifteen day bills, per cent discount
19 dny bills, Y, per cent, discount.
tiold in decidedly on tbe wane.
Th. Banks buy Gold to-day reluctantly,
3.1, nnd no deuinnJ of oongeq nance. They ship
to New York. Hilver 27 buying, 30 sailing
Interest bearing Notes improve as the inter
est accrues. Dates of June, 1804, command
1177 ; of July, 18T4, 106?,, ; of August. MH
)';; of October, lwVt, 10434; of December. 1851,
Ilti ; of .May. lr5j. le prem.
City Scrip and Coupons, HO to ft. '
Mi'ei.".-ip,i Cotton Money, no sale,
There is a continued good demand for Union
Gunk notej at Gl buying, and 66 selling,
Planter- Bank notes are bonght at ii and
fold at m.
Bank of Ttnneaaee notes are dill and heavy,
with no deuvincl, though it ia now conceded that
all du es, irrespective of signatures, will be ac
knowlcdged in liquidatiug prior to May, lull.
: ' ' ( ' TKNRKRSRX. 3,1
rnirin l!nk 61 .
Flanturri' U.'Uik 55
Northern liimk . 70
Bucks Bank..... , HO
liauk ol tlie Union ..- WJ
Hank of Middle Teaneasee 80
xiona of .M umpQis....T rar
COFFE ri per pound."
, 0 28
a in im fi
U.'. 00 24 00
,-...w..8) 00 21 00
IW 28 00
: w 0 ot)
......... 0 55 0 60
T 00 7 75
.'..!, 00 8 75
..iu do (am u.
Hiiuk of Commerce . -. 71)
Ocoe Bnnk 15
Traders' Bank 20
City B.ink . 25
Bank of Paris -. 25
Bank of Tennosaee (old issue) -.. 2d
Baiik of Mobile.-.. f5
ISr.uk of Montgomery.. OJ
Bunk of S lum 'si
Commercial Bank 33
Central Bunk ... S3
Eastern Bhk.. 40
Northern Bank i'i
Southern Back .. 60
R:.nk of AngujU )l,
Bunk of Atliena , 1.1
Hank of Columbus H w 12
B nk of Commerce o"
Bunk of Fulton. 6
Bunk of Middle Georgia- 50
Bank of Slate of Georgia 16
Central ItailtoaJ ii.uk Co m
Marine Bank. 60
Ulberi leicept broken and wildcat banks
before tbe war, which are worthless,) 8 to 10
Bank of America...... Prem. SO
Bank of Louis-nna- . bd ,
Bank nf New Orleans .. 40 ,
Canul Bnnk.- . II.
Citizens' Bank ... 95 '
Crcfctnt City Bank.- , 50 ;
Louisiana state Bank 35
Mechanics and Traders' Bank .- 95
Merchants' Bank ..... 50
NewOrlcana city scrip. .. 95
Louihinna Bank - H 35
Union Bank - 50
Bank of North Carolina......-,
Bank of Cape Fear.
Bank of Charlotte
Bank of Clarendon.
Bank of Faycttevilie -.
Bank of Lexington ...
Bank of Koxboro
Bank of Wadeaboro .. - .. ,
.Merchants' Bank, Newbern
Mineta'and Plantera' Bank
Other North Carolina Banks 10uU
Bank of Camden - . 20
Bank of Charleston ... 12
Bank of Chester . 12
Bank of Georgetown ........ 15
Bank of Hamburg... 10
Bank of -Newborn ... 20
Bank of South Carolina. . . U
1...-1. ,.e i. ,i : i
Piuid uaii n vi '"iim afirin.a- m, - i' o
eople'aBank - .. . 30
Sontbwestern Railroad Bank 15
Commercial Bank ... 12
Union Bank ... 45
Bank of Berkler-. ..-. fid
Bank of City of Petersburg..-. 10
Bank of Commercial, Fredericksburg-.. 30
Bank of Charle-ten, Charleston-.... 15
Bank of The Commonwealth 10
Hank of Hownrdavilie .. .. 15
Bank of Old Dominion - l
Bank of Kockineham,-...- 20
Bank of Senttaville .. , -. 10
Hank of I he Vailev ll
Bank of AVineheaier.... 30
Karmers' Bank, Fineastle ..... 20
Manufacturers and Farmara' Bank.. 50
Merchants and Meehan ic... 50
Northwestern at Jetferaonvilla Ma
Wheeling Banks ....... 60
There was but very little doing in the cotton
market this morning, and it was quite difficult
to put a correct value on it up to the time of
going to press. It may however reach one cent
more than our present quotations.
Ordinary 99 Middling ..36
Good Ordinary ...t2 Strict Middling-- 44
Low Middling 31 1 Good Middlina 39
IIAUMI.NU AND HOPE Tin 1 mm ninl.
r''-" loom o,'i.j. nope uncnangea.
ilKOOMs W e slightly raise quotations.
li u 1 I r. rt Ncarca n ,1 hiffhap. w nnAtm
CANDLEa Quiet and something lower.
C n fc,b.fc. Steady demand ; nricpa waatr lint
CO r th A moderate business doing at lower
Hay, per ton,...
Corn, per bushel,
FLO UK, per barrel,
1 ' Single Kxtra.... i...
Choice Double Extra ..ll ) (tal2 00
Fanev Branila - '.'Vnll tirAT no
FISH. - - w
Mackerel No.l perbbl 22 00 (? 23 00
No. 2 " 20 00 6J21 00
" No.l hf.bbl 12 50 &13 00
' " No. 2 " 10 00 fell 00
' No. 1, per kit.... 0 00 f 3 25
" No. 2. " .... 0 no 0 3 00
Dry Cod, nor pound a 0 10 g 0 11
While Fiah. per hf. bul...i... S 50 9 00
FR0IT, per barrel,
Apples, green 7 On O 9 00
Driei apples. 0 3 (it 0 (
Dried peacher, halve 0 15 ffl) 0 1G
Quarter gears ' 3 4 25
Half kega n A 75
' Kega 00 g)12 50
OUNNV BAG. ..
Gunnies, new 0 3? (9 0 40
Gunnies, second hand 0 2-i (a 0 25
Burlnp', second hand 0 20 fiii 0 23
Nails, per keg . 8 50 ffj 9 25
Cut spikes 0 00 8 75
Wrought boac apikea 13 no ftl5 00
Caatinga, hollowware.fl lb 0 10 0 121-
Jjnr iron... a o u tm u tm'
Horse-ahoo iron - 0 10 fat 0 12t J
v-:i I n ... n ...
' Cast steei"."Englifhr.
j Blister stoel, Krwlish..
H0MINI, per barrel
LAKD, per pound,
i In tierce ... .
. Cape ... .....
, 0 16 (4 0 20
, 35 (a 0 40
. 0 30 (ID
, o .CI
, 0 30 4 0 35
7 00 (4 7 50
. 0 20
. 0 21!
(ft 0 21
- 2 00
& 2 25
Barrels' and half bbls 1 10 a 1 25
laolden RTi-un ...... 1 Vri t& 1 Mil
OILS, per gallui
Coal 0 70 O 0 75
Lard . 2 OA (io 2 10
Linseed 1 60 a 1 65
Train 1 55 1 60
Benair.e 0 Kll t, a .'15
fork, mess, per lb.... 31 50 5)'I2 50
Clear sides, " , () 22 toOO 2ft
Phoulders " ...00 la ft)00 17
Break fust, per lb 0ZI (a 0 24
Hams, plain .... 24 0 25
Hams, sug ir-cural 0 ' 6 0 26
Beef, mew, per bbl L2 00 d25 00
Beef, dried . ''. HI bu ll 11
PORK.. BULK. ... .
Clearsides 0 18; 0
' RibSider 0 6'a 0 17
Clear Kib.... 9 17 ft o 17
ShiaihlMra (1U.M n 1J1Z
Machine 0 17 ffl 0 18
Hand..... n 1 an A im.
RICE, per pound, .
ia carrels - . 0 13 SOU
SUGAR, per pound.
crushed and powdered.
SALT, ner barrel
60Ai per pound.
uermau ...........a., .....
SODA. Der nonnrl - ;
Nulinogs ....... ..........
TAR. Der rnJInn
TEA, per pound,
TOBACCO, per pound.
21J4$ 0 22
.... 0 20 W 0 21
.... 0 16 fel 0 W
.... 3 90 4 00
0 15 m 0 16
0 12 & 0 13
0 10 (o 0 11
... 0 14 0 15
.... 0 37 til
.... 0 65 a 0 75
.... 0 40 W0 45
1 75 v 2 (10
.... 0 40 (St 0 45
.... 1 00 S 1 25
0 75 t 1 00
(A 2 56
& 1 50
Fine, Fancy Va,. new work 1 M
rine v a. and natural leaf...
& 1 75
1 25 (is 1 511
iood bright, do ; 1 00 (A 25
Medium bright, sound 0 So i Oil
Common do do........ 0 60 to 0 75
Couiinon, out of ordor 0 25 (n 0 50
Navy, H 0 60 0 70
Navy. B) 0 to (a) 0 rK
RmfiL-itiv i 'l A 1 in
Potatoes. Neshan'k, V bbl 4 00 ffl 5 00
Pinkeyes 6 00 (4 7 00
Cabbage, per 100.... 30 U0
Onions, per bbl 3 50 f 4 00
VINE4AR. per barrel 12 50 15 00
WHiiAT, per bushel,
H-L.f. V 1 A .rt 1
I, line, uo. i i i uu
Red W inter. No. 2 2 00 fi 2 25
Ordinary - 1 75 tai
hnnug. No. 1. ............ . 1 40 (a) 1 50
WHISKY, per gallon.
Common- ... . 2 25 & 2 40
Bourbon - ....... 25 M 3 60
Kentucky Bourboru- ... 8 00 8 00
rates, n n noted belo'
TK Chickens unchanged, with fair
195; Comer 68; Brooks, 12.
Sixth District Comer, 1; Garvin, J;
Priddy, T2; Brooks, 6; Caldwell, 24. I
Seventh District Caldwell, 14; Priddy,
32 ; Garvin, 1 ; Comer, 1 ; Brooks, 1.
Eleventh District Caldwell,' "19;
Brooks, 29; Triddy, 25; Garvin, 3.
Sixteenth District Brooks, 18;
Priddy, 4. ' "
roa maoistrati. v
Eleventh District Jones, 43; Walker,
48; Rhodes, 1; Goodlet,16; Brooks, 20;
mamty. Just stop and think of this a
moment ery respectlullv,
S. M. Wolcott.
In the above card Mr. Wolcott does us
gross injustice, and draws on the dark
side of his imagination for fancies which
the facts of the case do not warrant him
in making. We but stated a simple item
of news as it reached ns, and our files
will bear ns ont that we have never writ
ten or published anything against a negro
bteauu he was a negro. The statement
that we do not "regard the negro as
city generous. bestowed on us by
our competitors. Ours is the only com
plete printing estabishment in Memphis,
where anything from a circular to a
newspaper, or from a card to a forty-
eight sheet poster, can be neatly,
promptly and cheaply printed. We
! leaves this evening at & o'clock for the
above points. To all bound fur the Ohio
she offers every inducement and accom
modation, and will be sure to go through
like a streak of lightning.
For St. Locia. The high-headed. Mar
ble City is the regular packet for St
ill work lower than any other printing Louis at 5 o'clock this evening. She it
house in this city tr An w can malt m charge of the popular and well-known
money by doing to. T Captain Tschudi, with the clever Mr.
T Lake in the office. She lives high and
I. Ill ivni.u n x
f mand and good supply. Turku's in arood in-
COKNMhAL Market overstocked, and con
ilCrnNlO llfrtlt Weiirhta nfl.nn. w nn..,.
"iT ; ..ouia aitn orieu t
u V- ' uamanii and aligl.tly bigber i
FKKliQuiet throughont the week. Corn
lower. 8J.iijc, with otleriogs M low as !Mc. Hay
has shown some aetivity at a slight decline.
ua.j uuii aua tower. ery little done in bran.
I LOURA brisk demand lor lower qualities
at a little better prices, as we quote, but with
FISH Inactive at present Mice.
LIME AND CFMEM-Lime quiet and un
changed. Some demand for cement at $6 X) tor
nirnnniB, htiu pa lor uOUISTllle.
FRUIT We quote dried low.f with a mod
HARD WARE Very brisk and without jny
i-unnKB ; au .uirarnae ousinesa doing in agricul
OILS-f-Qaiet ; we quote oil and train lower.
PRO IsIuNS Steady with little change.
Meat pnrk is lower. Dressed bogs in small sup
ply at lrie. .' '
SOAP We quote lower rates for German and
I JBACCO-There ia considerable activity and
aome shipping to New Orleans. It is estimated
that we hare 3usJ paekages Virginia and 4MJU
ii est era in mis market, witit a dor reaa. on tbe
i a. . , ..nu iiiuii.si...i, siu, aumaaB oa in
ne are sorry to ,. XCWV.. TiMt .U. . u r total Mwk. Fine eualitiea of Virrin.a ara i
learn that Major Barr, late one of the Lit . I. .v. V u I brk demand at firm rates, with a rising ten
r . i t . . w wr o it j&.
Cievenu AllSlXlCl J. ti. nmsu, ; I issi we uo out rvgara tne negro as learn inai luajur uarr, .aic uue ui me I , ... --. .-.. J. f. .
r t.ii. a i i u.. ....-ill .k- . :k. r I -j:. r .k. A .J v.. ;.kJ I " ' . ...
oucucne, a.a I 'r"t fc " v. .. v uv ciiiuiau. . ip, uta ui i ruauia '- Ji i """uion 11 i fnninaBT'a wharfK
. . I I... " r-i c i -u.. ir .l . . - tu. r.: : I r ' - .
aovaTi ajoi-aiT cs.aas. ssmsmij, iiujiij' k laiMrnwu .ua. i irvna ma ymitvi. .us jiijuriaa wumr i Miacellanariua
Fifth Distnct First Precinct, Ware, I requires no refutation ia a community souled, amiable gentleman, who, during! The Chattanoon GnrH, nf tba o.i
20 ; Loague, 605 ; Bridges, 243 ; 8cudde. j where we are known. Mr. Wolcott, when his short stay in Memphis, has, by his inst says : A whole raA of boats went
; Hogan, 6; Trezevant, 30; Kenedy, 1. j iff come to recognize a white man aa urbanity and courteonsness to all, won a over Muscle Shoals last rise ten in
Second Precinct, Loagne, 313; Trete- e nro. Jon will then snow host of friends. Xde is not only a refined number. Among them were the Chatta
vant, 121; Ware, 142; King, Z; Bridges, touhdoq item oi and spicy writer, out an ornament to any BOoga and Holston the Holston for the
356; Scudder,6; Hogan, 6. w Mresuw, lor the benent of Mr. journal that baa the good fortune to se- Co mbwland river, Phattanooca for the
Fourteenth District First Precinct, Mosrott acd all others, that though we . cr Lis services. Good luck and pros- Ohio; she ng.ed Pad::cnh to-dnr on her
axagiie,2(7; Bridges, 126; Ware, 117;
Scodder, 4; Hogan, 28; Trexevant, 239.
Second Precinct, Loague, 133; Ware,
64; Bridges, 63; Scodder, I; Hogan 48;
shall always tret tbe negro justly and
hananely, the Pni.ic Lencra ia a writc
pRtirESfcOR Wilct's Coxcert To-
rioht Onr readers are reminded that
r..y awu.u., -..r.rsrr ue may cast mi I way to Louisville and Cinc.uiisti. Our
path of life. r;ver w;;i hoa., rnlher dull now
The Weather. We ure having how - we have only, two ioats above the
one of the most pleasant " spells " oflSboal. The Cumberland is slowly fall-
weather that we have ever been blessed I inP- Wlh twelvefect water on Harpeth
dency. Lower nualitiea ara kent down k.
tobaeoos free of tax. but these are fast disap
pearing, in New Orleans and other markets
there is considerable improTewent. Oar quota
tion will be found accurate.
L'GEIABLES All kinds in good requeat
and firm in price, irweet potatoes scare, at
s. a 9. Market bare of Cabbages at 10. Oniona
are -tie better, for good. - ,
BAtHjl.Mt, per yard. i
India. 1 0 31 0 32
Power-loom t S2 e 31
BROOMS, par ante, 4 la 50
P. KOBTIUOOX, M. n. O, W. rATHB,a1.0.
Drs. Mortiiuore & Payne
! Conaultlng and J "
Office, Boom IVo. ID,
Jefferson Street, between Main and Front
Mrcoti, Memphis, Teno. , j
CPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
k? treatment of dLmves of the Lonirx and
Ihroau iiiac.iscs ot the Lirer Hei.rt,
Spleen. Kidneys and hpine. Neuralgia, !
Nervoua Headache, lihcuinalism, Dystiep-
aia and Chronic Disease of sYumach and
ifowels. Also the various forms ot Female
sXayOflioe hours from 9 o'clock a.m. to 9
o'clock p. m. fel-3mis
Will Open February 1, 1S?6.
SAW. C. PAlKt. WlLLUR QCIKBT
BUFF CITY COTTON SUED,
FOR . .
Cotton. Barring, Rope. R.von. Flour, Hiy,
Corn, Oats. Sugar, Cotiee. MolnascK.
Salt, Whisky. Liuio. Cement,
Etc.. Eu, Etc.
HAVING LEASED FOR A TERM OP
rears the lariro ami cni!iino.liouj ware-
bouse on the comer of Adams street an. I
Charleston arenue, adjoining tbe Mcrapbiaanil
Charleston depot, we aro prepared to reeeiTtt
on storage for any lcnpth of time all the above
mentioned articles, or anything else that may
offer. ' .
Parties receiving cotton or merchiindise by
the M. AC. R. R.. will find it greatly to tbeie
ad ran tag. t. store with lis.
By a thorough knowledge of bn'inos, ami
cloae application, wc hope to g..in a lihcralh.'iris
of patronage. QUIXBY A PAINE.
tieneral Mom re .Merctianrs,
fe27-lm Memphis, Tenn.
ETE AND -LUNG DISEASES.
. DR. JT. 31. ItOGEKS,
SURGEON & PHYSICIAN.
OFFICE No. 59 Ma.lison Ftreet. between Sec
ond and Ihird. Memphis.
FREE DISPENSARY. -THE POOR WILL
be prescribed for on Mondays and fa'urda
from 9 to 11 o'clock, a. m. fe'6-lm
ANS, per bushel.
BrTTKR. per pound.
Kolls, . w
Kees a 2
CAMILLA, per peud.
.2 00 e 125
0 0 40
CHE ESKper pand
OH S 024
a ' a a in
CillCKtSS, pwdowi till W9 (a)
cr.tr o. rrtrr. sr. v. hixm
II. G. DENT & CO.,
Real Estate & General Collcrtliii:
Corner of Hernando and Beal Streets,
WILL DEVOTE TUEIC ENTIRE AT-.
f T t?n?ion to th-' hu i-.x mi.d n.ir of Km I
KUte. LiDtr of LnH" Cit L.l, Co I !?-
tioft of Knt aad CiriJ C:iiu. U runtue
Tai ok Property ia the cur of Memphis) n
The tominr mt'niW ofthe tm b.vii.rreik t
fa thia tnty for thw rt rtr-nTT-fiT- yeari,
durini tileaswnefvTbiiititmebe bjbfi rr-
tiaijv fCbtMl in the Ke J iu-mt buiiiwi.
brx tht tbe patrrnsc hv i-tvt- r extudeKl '
to hia will be -ni in. A to the nw 6rm, b
plolim theiitfJrjVtti five 1U 9M.tmoU m.
altarrnu SftN, of All Kln!
lurkeya. per dosaa. 3 00 35 00