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r OflHxu No. 13 MdiMn t3trmx
! ' .; : mzABgrHAy tauhtiii, :, t
Jgand ia an ATtom dated 1583. : ,' 1 f- :i ....
Whn slumber fir.t uncloads my brain,
, And thoughts ii frM,
.. And Sense refreshed renew) hit reigae,
J. think of Ibeo.
' ' WTiw eerie In prayer to God above ,
' , I besdemy knee, , n- .-.
Then wbenlpray for those I lore. , ,:
I pray for Thee. .
. And when the duties of the day ' ,
Demand of mee
To rise andjourntfoa life 1 way.
J work for Xbee. .
Or if perohance I stag tome lay,
Whate'er it bee t
All that the idle verses lay,
f hey any of Thee.
For if an eye whose liquid lighte
Gleams like the tea, .
' They sing- of tresses browns and hrigbte,-
. They sing of Thee, i . ,. . (
Andifaweariemood,orsad, . '
Possesses mee. , . ,
One thoughte can all times make mee glad
The tnoughtof Thee. ,
And when once more upon my bed,
Full wearily, j ,
In sweet repose I lay my head.
I dream of Thee.
In short, ono only wish I have,
T live for Titos :
Or gladly, if one pang 'twould save,
Vi die for Thee. i
The Old and Jew Union.
Hon. A. H. Stephens thug closed hit
Ttp snfipch: i i
The old Union was based upon the
isauroption that it was tor tne rjesi inn-rent
of the people of all the States to be
united ag they were, each State faithfully
performing to the people of the other
States all their obliRations under the
common compact ' I always thought this
asgnmption was founded upon broad,
correct and statesmanlike principles. 1
thiuksoyet It was only when it seemed
io be impossible further to maintain
it, 'without hazarding - greater evils
than would, perhaps, attend a separ.
tion, that I yielded my assent in obedi
ence to the voice of Georgia, to try
the experiment which has resulted so
disastrously to us. Indeed, during the
whole lamentable conBict, it was my opin
ion that however the pending strife
might terminate, so far as tbe appeal to
the sword was concerned, yet after a
while, when the passions and the excite
ments of the day should pass away, an
adjustment of arrangement would be
made opon continental principles, upon
the general basis of "reciprocal advan
tage and mutual convenience, ' on which
the Union was first established. My
earnest desire, however, throughout, was
whatever might be done, might be pcace
' folly done; might be the result of calm,
dispassionate and enlightened reason;
looking to the permanent interests and
ir.. r oil AnH nnw. after the severe
chastisement of tbe war, if the general
sense of the whole country shall come
back to the acknowledgment of the
original assumption, mmh is lortuo uuni
intereits of all the States to be so united,
- as I trust it will, the States still being
" separate as the billows, but one as the
sea 1 can perceive no reason why,
under such a restoration, we, as a whole,
"with peace, commerce and honest
r.;..j,k;n with nil nations and entaneline
alliances with none," may not enter upon
a new career, excit ng increased wonder
in the old world, by grander achieve
ments hereafter to be made than any
heretofore attained ; by the peaceful and
harmonious workings of our American
institutions of self-governmeiit '
All this is possible, if the hearts of the
people be right It is my earnest wish
to see it Fondly would I indulge my
faucy in gazing on such a pioture of the
future. With what rapture may we not
.. -. r e .1 ..u
suppose the spirits 01 our tamers uu
hail its opening scenes from their man
sion above. Such are my hopes, resting
on such contingencies. But if, instead
of all this, the passions of the day shall
continue to beat away ; if prejudice shall
rule the hour ; if a conflict of races shall
arise; if ambition shall turn the scale;
if the sword ahall be thrown into the
balance against patriotism ; if the em
bers of the late war shall be kept allow
ing until with new fuel they shall flame
up again, then our present gloom is but
he shadow, the penumbra of that deeper
..jd darker eclipse which is to totally
...'iscure this hemisphere and blight far
'. ver the anxious anticipations and ex
pectations of mankind I Then hereafter
by some bard it may be sung,
" The Star of Hope shone brightest In the West,
Tbe kie of Liberty, the last the best i
that, too. has set, upon her darkened shore,
And Hupo and Freedom liphl up earth no
May we not all on this occasion,' on
this anniversary of the birth-day of
Washington, join in a fervent prayer to
Heaven that the Great Ruler of evenu
may avert from this land such a fall,
auch a fate and such a requiem! t
A. H. Stephens' Speech.
Tbe St Louis Democrat, Radical, thus
comments on the recent speech of A. H.
The address, which we publish else
where, delivered on the 22d ultimo, by
tbe Vice President of the late rebel Con
federacy, before the General Assembly of
Georgia, is eminently worthy of perusal
I s spirit of honesty, calmness and wis
lom entitles its author to the gratitude of
bis countrymen. He gives soundest ad
vice, and enforces it with weightiest rea
sons, in behalf of patience, forbearance,
charity, good faitb and broadest justice,
as indispensable to the recuperation and
prosperity of the South, and as the surest
and shortest path to the resumption of
11 her old fraternal relations in the fam
ily of States. The present conflict as to
reconstruction he does not disensa,
though suCiciently intimating bis views
thereon, and we of course do not now
refer to his opinions upon this subject
If the Southern people would act in the
spirit be suggests, the magnanimity of
the rest of tbe country would, we are
sure, make haste to welcome them to
tbeir full share in the Government
Would that, with his record of patriot
ism, the President had spoken with gome
thing tif tbe wisdom that ba led Ste
phens to pour oil npon the vexed waters.
Gen. Howard's circular, addressed to
the Assistant Commissioners of th
Freedmen's Bureau, was issued after a
long interview with the President, in
which, the New York Tribiini's Wash
ington correspondent says :
Mr. Johnson informed the General that
be had in contemplation the issuing of a
proclamation urvmnng inv i ...w-
an end; and from his interpretation f
me law, iu tv j ui'. ......
:. r. . t, . m m, fun
continue luutuum ui j v - -the
date of said proclamation in spite of
Tbb oil excitemoat ia Canada runs
almost aa high as at any time in Western
Pennsylvania. A well has been opened
near the town of Enniskillea, known as
rr J ' L - ! 1 .Link vtnmna tj'lOO
harrele of clear oil vtt day. Think of
OOOD WORE. CASH PRICES
Punctuality ' Before All T ngs
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Proprietors of "'
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THE PUBLIC LEDGER
JOB PRINTING HOUSE
13 Madison Nlreet.
llaring nowjinlfull and eotaplete operation
Tbe Book and Job Departments
Of this extensive establishment we take this
niiKia at e.lllnor the attention of our patrons
and friends, and tbe publie generally, to our
This office is now tbe largest and bent si
mint,! Printing llouxe in the Southwest, and
ullv eon Hi to anv in the East as regards its fa
cilities fur executing with
Cheapness, Neatness and Dispatch,
Printing of every variety and In any eulor. It
annul be surpassed by any establishment feast
41.1. KIXIS OF WORK,
, "" Either in
Plain or Ornamental Type,
Plain Black, Colored Inks,
Oold Leaf and Brontes.
Is every manner known to the profosst m. at
noma or anroaa.
ENGLISH. FRENCH AND GERMAN
BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS
Printed with beautifully cut typ
Uraamantal, Plain and Fancy
Specimens always on hand aOur Counting
And BALL TICKETS,
Illuminated with the latest ornamental
ball room scenes.
Our large assortment of type foi
SHOW BILLS AND POSTERS
is not excelled in the United States. ;
The Largs Pictorials)
Can now be as readily and cheaply done at this
office as they are ia the East, and ia as hand
We have in or ce the largest sise Presses
now In use. together with
Steam Jobbers & Power Presses
In addition to our extra la rge type, we bav
a splendid assortment of sma II plain and fane
Job Lottery suitable for fine work.
BUSINESS CARDS AND CIRCULARS
Done in handsome style, with suitable engrav
ing representing business.
Fur schools and colleaes printed euual to cop
Masons'. Odd Fellows', and Sons of Temperance
Printed in elegant style.
Our Prices Have Been Heduoed,
And now will compare with the cheapest regu
larly eetablithed Job Offieee ia Kew York or
We are enabled te print
CARDS AND BILL-HEADS
With great eelerity, and ear ces yriare propor
Prompt and particular attention given te
Military and Hallroa
Bank Checks. Catalogues,
Circulars uf all kinds, list Tips,
Insurance Policies, Blank Deeds,
ii.ii 1 1 . i . .
sin dwi, feaoeis.
Auction Bills, PrvramBMe,
Dray Ticket. PeriixlireJs.
Blank Keeeii te, leeuea Tick
COTJNTRT STOKE BILLS
Of every description, lllnminated with eaitab
devieee, each as railroad ears, steamboats, etc
With printed head:, tsret&sr with every
of riaw and Feacy Work doae with dispeirh
WHIT OKI BROTHERS
U lladlsoa street
TREZEVANT, .TONES & CO
- Tfo. 413 Main Sntect,
: i sTn'TOgoV''"'--' "''
viru SHE KflW PREPARED TO PPR-
YV chase, tease or Kent City -or Country
Property, on the most reasonable torms. The
senior partner having resided in Memphis for
the City and Suburban localities, and with the
farming regions nitrated by our four Kail
roads. Parties wishing to Buy, Sell, Lease or
Kent, will do well to call on us, as we can in
IrmLiM thir nrnnArtvta nublio notice with, ad'
wont. mm imiimimI hv nfl nthnrflm in this city.
One of ns being a Civil Engineer, and another
a good Draftsman, lots or land can be surveyed
and piotieu io sun ownen, nu wen
We invite attention to our extended circular in
dolMm 413 .Main street, nesr the Oayoso
Merchants, Please Take Notice.
117 E WILL GIVE A VALUABLE COTTON
II Vnrm ami P.llHX) in rnll titr UTY UOOUS Ul
flMMaviaa k Minnhia whnlAfftla uricos : flnt
another equally valuable Farm and JIO.WK) in
cash for the some articles. Both I arms are
highly iruiiroved and near Grenada! best up
lands in Yallobusha county. Jlorsrj mules,
cattle, corn, implements, etc.. will be told witu
Farms. , TKEZEV AST, JOJ hS C".,
t .a JllMain airMil.
Private Residence For Sale.
HANDSOME TWO-6T0RY FBAMK
Dwelling reintly built on Desoto street.
nden and V ance s nas eigni spaciuui
rooms, double Kitcnen, ciniern,
riiMte-house, etc. A bares in offered.
1 HE.i Al X, w law v.,
jBj 413 Mam street.
Mississippi Cotton Farm for Kent
FIFTY ACRES, SIX MILES FROM LA
mar denot. Mi:siiiii Central railroad;
superior cotton land: guinri spring at tjjuper
acre. TitEZr. VAT, JUta
E3 il Co..
sl.1 Main street.
JHsslssIppi Cotton Farm for Rent
WE "MATTHEWS FARM." BELOKG-ino-
tn thm nMiatA of the lata Governor Mat
thews, lying in Coahoma county, Mississippi,
on Funtiower river, mmitb of Ritchie bayou,
and 15 milos from Sunflower Landing, ou the
Misdisainm river: 3IKI acres in cultivation, good
cabins, gin bouse, stablos, etc lias been in
cultivation fur 15 years in succession never
producing loss than i of a bnle to the acre, and
in 16m produced two bitles to the acre.
TKEZEVANT. JONKS A CO..
413 Main s reet.
Mississippi Cotton Farm for Sale.
i'HREE M ILES FROM HOLLY SPRINGS,
contains ljOOacre" Itsiacrcs finely timbered
salanee cleared 13U acres superior valley
and. ll ill be sold in ono or more Quarter see.
Hons, to suit purchasers. Coininouious dwel-
ng house, gin bouse, well, crioit, tao,es, can-
ins, three large cistern, large orenara oi se
lected fruits, and six acros of Catawba prapo
vines, in full bearing. ' . i
delllj 413 Main streot.
Marshall County Cotton Tarr4 for
Date or ncui. i
j within 4 or 6 utiles 1 Holly Bprinff, lliss..
S-'rO cleared, 3K) of this is rich creek bottom.
Good dwelling with all convenient uutuuuses;
nourishing apple, peach ami plum orchards of
noice fruits ; two cold springs and a weit ot
tine water. BAlunce of tract so well timbered
that a saw mill will soon pay for the place.
Best society in Mississippi. , i , ,.
TREZEVANT, J0SE3 A CO.,'
de!9 413 Main street.
MarKhuU County Cotton Farm
for Ssile. , - j' i ,
IX HUNDRED AND FORTY ACRES,
ten miles west of Holly Springs. Miss., on
e Chulahoma and Memphis road. 40 miles
from Memphis ; 3'U acres are cleared, balance
well timbered. Newcotiago building and all
necessary ou' bouses: tine orcbArds. lerms
XH2 VAH, JUi rx M CO.,
413 Main street.
fchelhy County LuuIm for Sale,
XS MISSISSIPPI RIVER, JUST APOVE
J Memphis, 800 acres within two miles of
Memphis, rich river bottom; 7i acres cleared,
and producing this yenr a bale of cotton to tbe
acre, balance heavily timbered, with e most el
igible wood yard, from which wood is daily sold
to steamers and sent to the city on barges. A
great bargain offered to en enterprising man.
TKEZEVANT, JONES A CO,,
de!9 41 i Main street.
Mississippi Cotton Farma for Bale.
'PUREE THOUSAND ACRES IN MAR
A shall county, near Lamar nndctcaleadepots.
in tracts to suit applicants fine upland; good
improvements will rent for one or more years
on most fuvoraule term. IjU acres rich valley
land that produced a bnle to the sere last year.
TKEZEVANT, JONES k CO.,
dclfl i . 413 Main street
MissiftNippi Cotton Farm on
I'ive Years Lease.
TOUR HUNDRED ACRES RICH BOTTOM
l land in fine cultivation, Tippsb county, 10
miles from riaulvbury; guod dwelling, out
houses, gins, stables, etc. Very healthy. Terms
low. TuKZEVANT. JONEa A CO.,
deH 4ra 413 Main street.
Cotton JauhIh for Sale. .
-IUE HAVE FOR SALE, BETWEEN 55,000
v r and 60.USI acres of tbe best Cotton Lands
in the Union. The) belong to Gen. Albert Pike,
and lio on the
Arkansas. Ouachita and Bed Sivers.
Soil inexhaustible, never yielding less than a
bale to the acre. Capitalists can here make in
vestments on terms remarkably low, and obtain
lands that never need re-t or manure.
TREZEVANT, JOXES k CO.,
delO 413 .Main street.
Mississippi Cotton Farm for Sale.
Q1X HUNDRED AND FORTY ACRES,
IO two and a halt miles Ir :n Okukma de,ut,
4-'U in highcultivaiiun ; cleg nt modern cottage,
five rooms, with all outhoii -es, fiin bouse, cab
ins, cistern and well, wilh dorses, mules, cattle,
corn and fodder, and ftl.iMi pound of Pork.
TREZLV AN 1, Ju.N ES k CO.,
de!5 413 Main street, near the Gayorio.
Mississippi Cotton Farm for Sale.
IIVE HUNDRED AND FIXTY ACRES
. in Chickasaw county, 51 ieaiaeifjpi, near uko
lona depot : 4U0 cleared ; j') rich iprairie black
lund, producing a bale to the acre; house with
four rooms, cabins, gin and outhou.es, cistern,
well and pool of nwer-ftiiling stock water. ..
TKEZEVANT, JONE8 A CO., '
de!5 413 Main street
Mississippi Cotton Farm for
naie or iense.
1 4)11 ACRES ON EWAN LAKE, COA
I home county, eicht miles from Friar's
Point 500 acres in cultivation 300 without a
tree or stump, and as level a. a prairie. Soil
inexhaustible ; produces one and a balf to two
bales per acre. Good dwelling house, sin
bouse, mill, negro cabins, stable", etc. Will
sell enough eom, fodder, cotton seed, etc., for
another crop. Adjoining this are s
Of similar land for rent. All entirely above
overflow. Thee lands are perhats unequaled
in the whole Mi.si.Mrpi Valley
TREZEVANT, JoNES k CO..
del 5 413 Main street, near thedayoso.
Cottage for Kale.
WITniN TEN MINUTES WALK OF
Court Square; it has five rooms, and a
large kitchen, cistern, etc. Long time and low
price, if one-third be paid. Now rente for 170
TREZEVANT, JONES A CO..
deli 413 Main street.
Shelby County Lands for Sale.
TnREB TEN ACRE LOTS. FIX MILES
from Memphis, a part of tue John D While
tract, between State Line and Raleirh roads
each lot having a beautiful building location.
Also 60 Acres,
Four miles from Memphis, ca Raleigh road
beautifully located for private residences all
cleared and andev productive rente.
Also 650 Acres,
In Fayette county, thirty miles from Memphis,
nearlayettedep.it; 4W acres splendid H'trnd.
lawn, balance deadened and cleared. The
Memphis and Chane.ton railroad runs thronrb
one comer of it,and has a fine building spot;
and adjoins a fine water and etoek range is
Wolf river. Tbe wood on it will pay font. All
this property is offered at very
Low Rates for Cash;
And we know of do better revetments, as it
improves ia value with the rapid growth of
Memphis. Arrly to
IKhZEVANT, J0NE9 ACO.,
del! 41.1 Main street, near the Gavo.
Suburban Iots for Kale.
'rnRFE LOTS NE ARLY OPPOSITE R. C.
X Bnnaley's. each 75 feet front tr 143 deep
eligible building toeauoa. near Dr. laytor'aastd
j. U. linnie'.. Terms very low. An It to
TKEZkVANT, Jones a co.,
d15 41s ktii af eet,aearUie Oayoso.
NOTICE TO COTTON SHIPPERS.
.1.1 IT T '- r . 1 V ' .
orrtca BKMPVID TO . ,j
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NO. 282 FHONT STREET.
isrw ARK NOW PREPARED TO POM
V PRESS COTTON at our Stexm Press, on
Madison street, and to ship to all points East,
on gur.ranf.cd "roe, at m good rates aa any
other Kxprees Aiine.
fel3 3m JOHN B. WELD, Agent.
MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE
CHANGE OP TIME.
fS AND AFTER MONDAY, FEBRUARY
J mn, law, rassenger trams win leave
depot DAILY at 12:45 p.m.
Arrive daily at
2M p.m., aundoys.eioepted.
Points South of Grenada,
By taking trains on
Tuesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays
With trains oa the Mississippi Central Rail
road, arriving at New Orleans at 8 p.m. next
Time to New Orleans, 31 Boars,
saving , ' '
52 MILES IN DISTANCE
i ' i AND- ' 1
SEVEX HOURS IN TIME
OVER ANY OTHER ROUTE.
TICKETS TO i
Jarkaou, Miss.,- ' ' ,
v , .Vioksbnrg, and
' Jfew Orleans.
For sale at the depot and No. 6 Jefferson St.
FREIGHT TBAIN3 !
Leave Memphis Mondays, Wednesdays, Thurs
days and Saturdays. -
Arrive Tuesdojs, Wednesdays, Fridays and
, A. 6. LIVERMORE, ,
C. P. OAKLEY, Oen'l Ticket Ag't. folo-lm
IMPORTANT TO . TRAVELERS
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j,.-,,, ,. , ., BgTWgg ,.;
Memphis and the Eastern Cities,
' ' ' The Great Broad-Gauge '
Atlantic and Great H'efstem
- RAILWAY 7 "
NOW OPEN. AND RUNNING TWO
A daily fast Express Trains from Cincinnati to
New York ami all Eastern cities., Passengers
will find this a most dosirnhle route.' The equip
ments oi this road are unequaled by any on this
continent. Elegant Palace Sleeping Cars ac
company alt night trains, and Smoking Curs on
all trains. Ample time is allowed at regular
hours for meals, and the unbroken broad-gauge
without change oilers to travelers adettrue ol
security, comfort and speed not to be found on
any other route. Connections via Cairo, St.
Louis or Chicago for this route are certain : also
connections for Pittsburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more and Washington.- Tickets had and bag
gage checked through at alt principal South
western oftioei. For further information and
through tickets, applv to
LARRY IfARMSTAD, 1
14 Jetfcn-on street
E. B. BYINOTUN.
5 Jrn'erson street.
E. F. FULLER,
General Ticket Agent.
D. M CLAREN, ,
doy-m Oen'l Ponthwetern A. erf 1
FLOURAND IVEAL.' i ,
J. IV. LEFTWICIf CO. ;
4 RE CONSTANTLY MANUFACTURING,
2Y and have on baud every grade of Flour,
New Bolted Corn Meal A Teed
, . Of all Descriptions. , , .
A. Warrens' Choice Family Flour, guaranteed
equal to any flour in the market.
Office, Xo. 80 Ileal Street.
Messrs. Morrison, King k Co., No. 3!H Gayoso
Block, bare our Flour on band for sale at Low-
e-t Mil) Pric. fein.2m
HESSE, LEVY & CO.,
238 Main Street,
Between Itfenon and Adams street.
"1ITE WQL'I.D RESPECTFULLY CALL
f tbe atreuon of our friends and the pub
lic generally to our well selected stock, consist
ins of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
Hats, Notions and Furnishing Goods, which we
offer at reduced prices. Country merchants will
find it to their advantage to call and examine
our stuck before purchasing. No truuble to
.how g'WnV liive ii a ewll. di-'H-Sm
WM, H. MORGAN,
GE.EIIAL CLAIM AG EXT.
Cummusioner of Detds. Etc.,
Over Deaoto Insurance Company, Desote Block,
MADISON STREET, )
jm-i-JIm MEMPHIS. TESS.
IIEXHY H. FITCII,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW,
103 JIAV STHKET, .
(alt-Ire BAVAHWAM. OA.
THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
inform, the eiiisn e of Memphis that be is
aow prepared u all all erdeis Utt
Water Tor Sprlnltliug,
or otherwise. All orders left at the offi'-e, oa
the bialf, f"Ol of Madiaost street, will be
promptly attended to. ,
fs-2oi H. I) U FFI N, Proprietof.
i,TB ARB IN, RECEIPT OF ! ,
OF OUR OWN IMPORTATION, MADE TO
v OCR OWN ORDER. ! ! I.
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In the variety Will be f und those from the
BEST ENGLISH MAKERS
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AND OTHER APPROVED HAKES.
rE HAVE MADE ARRANGEMENTS
with the makers of these celebrated
weapons, that will enablo us to sell thou at "
THE LOWEST TRADE PRICES,
Either Wholesale or Retail.
Cotintrr Mornhants snnDliad on Libernl Terms.
A full assortment of Fixed Ammunition.
JEWELRY, . 1 .
FAXCY GOODS, Etc. !
The recent I arse addition! to our Stock of Fine
Goods, and New Stylee, makes it one of the
largest and best to be found in any market. . . 1
C"A11 kinds of work and engraving done in
the nest manner. . .,,
r It CLA Kli 4 CO.,
jaS9 3ni No. 1 Clark's Marble Block.
No. lOO MAIN BTRKKT.
Repairing done at short notlaa. : 3al-3m
P. GLASSICK & CO.; ,
GrXJN and PISTOL
.. ,' Dealersin
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Shot flnno, Rifles and Pistols
GUN IMPLEMENTS, AMMUNITION AND
Guu Materials for Uunmukers' use.
, No. 353 Efront Btroet, 1
Bet. Union and Gayoso, Mtmphls, Tenn.
All Rensirlnv nmmrtly attended tn. j?4-?m
AUCTION1 ' EMPORIUM.
T. I . IE4n.
, w. t. rummta.
, CAYCE, BEARD & CO.,
AUCTION EE KS,
"' ' AND 1 .
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
i AT THE ARCADE,
, . No. 37 South Court - Street,
. .... MEMPHIS, TENN. j
.Consignments solicited. ' ' '
W9-Liberal advances made. . ,.j
i BluQuick sales and prompt returns.'
Regular Trade Bale. 1
fe20 3m ; ' :
MISCELLANEOUS. 1 1
WOOD ! J WOOD !
MAKD SEASONED WOOD, SAWED AND
split, delivered to any part of the city,
ve orders with "
JOHN 0 WALLACE A CO., '
yn. Hid Front Street, or at Wood-yard. No. 109
Main Street. "( , feb2S 2w
Fancy Rasketw, "t I
A LARGE ASSORTMENT JUST RE:
ceived. and for sale, at I
MLIR. STKmilNS PITLLEN, !
alO : 273 Main street
Cut and Prcswed Goblcti :
pUAMPAIGNES AND WINES. ;
MTJIR. STEBBINS ft PULLEN.
fr-3-tc 273 Main slrt.
g. a. rLcavia.
a. p. ctrnsr.
E. S. PLUMMER & CO.,
GEXERAL STOHAGE, j
Commission and CottonIerch'ts,
No. 201 Main street, Webster Block? :
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MEMPHIS, TENW.,( : ,1
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO
Cunncnmeota. Ample aoeomBaodaiionB fur
Storaae. , feblU-U"
JOSEPH FLAXXERY, -PRACTICAL
. Oas and Steatn Fipe Fitter, 1
Ml-, Second Street, corner of Jefferson Sti-eet
MEMPHIS, TENH. i
JV well selected stock
and Foree Pump.
,Y ON HASD A
' Iron and Brais Lift
aixaT o. pr5T.
H. G. DENT & CO.,!
Real Estate General Collecting
, AGENTS, ; '
Corner of Hernando and Baal Btrweta,
Will PETOTE THETR tNJIRE AT-
teatioa to lie bayine and selltnc ef Real
F.tat. Lea'in of Lands and City Lots, toilee
t,m ,f K-nt and Civil Claims, ltd t Peyini
Taxes oa Property ia the eity ef Mempau and
The senior saesnberef Hie tm barlntreelded
la this city for the U twenty-fiva yean,
rtnntif the most nf which time be bas been par
tially ensured ia tbe Real ksute
h"le. thai ihe patronage heretofore ei ten. 1.4
to hire will Ueoetiaued 'be new trm, who
,le.icr th.m .elves to ie full aatisfaeUon.
isi mfias tS''w''',,F"'ll
llurena rWtl, ( All Kindts.
1 iitiR. rrmBiNS ftllen.
MM 27Maia street.
rt "- W " f WVW
roi THg aii.igg or
niI8. DELIGHTFUL PREPARATION.
repared from fresh and carefully selected
ROOTS AND 'HERBS.
Is confidently recommended as a pleasant, rafo
and reliublo reiucdv lor the above affections. By
the timely use of this Taluable expectorant
muny of the evils resulting from colds or expo
sure, or where thore exists an hereditary j
.,. . '. , . -I v.l - 1- 1 ' j i::' '.
TENPENC Y ' TO ; CbNSUMPTION;
Can be speedily and eff-efnally removed by the
early use of the PULMONIC CORDIAL, which
stauds to-Uay without a rival for.tho above coin
pluiuts. - 1 .... . t .
Try it and bo Convinced.
I'i.i i '-u -'it ' f ?..-.?;;.. ;
Prepared and sold only by
, j v ; i t ' :.,
CRKIOIITON Jk CO.,
.DruggKistsani) Pbarmaccutioal Chemists,
de22-3m 444 Main Bt.,
SICK AND AFFLICTED!
, . THE GREAT -,. -I )
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FEVER AND AGIE REMEDY
ft i .
C HI LI K I N G
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Warranted as a sure cure for '
PEVEB AND AGUE, " . j
; , DUMB CHILLS, i : . . .
' i ENLARGED SPLEEN, Eto.,
; i t
and as a ' 1 ' 1 i ': 1
I ' 1-
Tonic for Nervous Prostration
From Loni Sickness or Debility, from whatever
o ii i il i'-jki.is 'ci-
It ONLT PltP.aiD IT
CKKIGHTON Ac CO,
Druggist & Pharmaceutical Chemists
444 Main St.. Momphii, Tenn. j
NB.-AN ATTEMPT IS BEING MADE
. to introduce another Remedy, bearing the
name of De La Rooks's Chill Kinir in conse
quence of the very favorable reception and re
markable success of our preparation. Persons
wishing tbe Uenuina Article, will, therefore, be
particular and inquire for CREIG11 TON'S
Mil-ton CHEIGHTON A CO.
COOK'S . JVIAOIO
Nerve and Bone
i j: i'
rrillE MOST POWERFTL AND EFFI
X cient agent for the Speedy
CURE AND RELIEF
Whit Swelling. Sore Throats, Cuts,
Srulaea, Woonda, Swelling of
Jolnta, Glandular Enlarge
' i roent and Neuralgia.
Ia the hnmaa subject, and for all diseases o
Animals, such as Riufbone Spavin. .Sweeny,
Weakness of the Tendons, btrinfhalt Scratches.
t . s ;' ' . I
LINIMENT OF THE AGE
! For Kan or BeattJ
For sals by
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CKEIQHTON 4 CO., !
No. 444 Main Street, Booth of Baal.
da27-Xsi MS1PB1S. TESiT.
OFFICE HOURS FOR
these Speeinliiios i.ro
irtitu a to v o clock s. lu
9 o'clock a. iuM ' Jfer--Sis'
ana trom s
roiKiiiun . f.i vires must A-V-IV' '
consult this arraoBouient. f? ...-asi1?
Oftieoin UrugSloie, No. I 'Vt'?C
4 .Miliu Street, suu'tli, ok.
Rnnl. ' i'UIl-.Vb
e-Fecs for rrofb'ii ual Visils, anc'i,
., K."C S, i.LftVI), :
, i AND OBSTETRICIAN, ' ; '
No. 417 Main Street, Cor. Uertl
I . i
t Moisiplils, Tenn. I '
T llAVE IN SliCrKPSirioPEPATION
tl .'J.T.c l'l,rnt.-a MEDICATED VAPOR
11A HIS, for the euro nt allChronio and many
Lento forms of ui cse, es.cc:s!!y ihiio of a
Klieumutic, Mertuiinl or Veneriiit character.
Especial attention giteu lodisein-cs of Females.
; Dr. Will. D. Somers, , ,
C 6 L L I 10 Tl V I Tl.
a f .j.i.
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IMITRITT . OF ' THE BI.0C:
i.j . RHEUMATISM, ';
:S'Y3PIlilis t. "
1 In all its various stages,'" ...
A T.L DISEASES PECULIAR TO WOMEN
2 . incident to periodical irregularities, etc.,
Anu as a Female Periodical Regulator, to-duy
' (-. for Sale only by
CREIOIITON & CO. , ,
, ... .j-.- .i, . !. ' ; , .
Pfu1"' nd Pharmaceutical Chemists,
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' ' 4li'HIAIX STKEET, " ;
dp27-3m - Pfmth of Bcnl: Mpvput,
?l '.jrA PAPER, i ,
Cincinnati Paoer Wnrenouse.
CHATFIELD , & , WOODS,
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HANUFit.'Tl'RKRS AND WHOLKSALK V
j?Q-pei?: . Dealers,
77 and 79 Walnut Street,
CINCINNATI, -T - OHIO.
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KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND RULED
Cap, Letter and, &oto Papers. Printers
Flat Cops, Folios, Plain- Lmtcr and Note Pa
pers, Royal, Medium and Dcroy Writing Pa
pers. Sole Agents for the celebrated . .
IVANHOE MILLS' WKITINd PAPER8
Also Manufacturers of
BOOK AND .NEWS PAPERS
Also on hand, Orocers' Wrapping Papers,
Manilla Papers fur DruRfists and Dry Goods
u. and k eomnlete ttock LS Al'UERS AN D
Binders fitted out complete, in Tools and
Order, by tnttil promptly 11cl. fe?-lm
C ROC ERIE?. ,
Front SU cor. or Court.
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,i ,'i (('j, l ti V i-' .," ;.
YJAi .lAi Hi .
Plantation & Family Supplies
liOAT & IJAR STORKS,
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
T00F, PHILLIPS & f MOD:,
i RE, AS TSUAL. WELL Fl'PPlIED
iV with every variety of .kh!s in tbeiie
departments, and are, a beret., fire, prepared
to offer inducements to all
CLOSE CASH BUYERS,
Equal to any bouse ia the 5outliwt.t, and will
enaunv to compete Vith the t,intinnaii and
rt- Louis markets, in quality of Gooile. I"
prices and quick dupaicb of all iusuick. in
tra, led t tm ears. ' '
Cnn.imments of Cotton ivpeetfu'lr anlicitM
and strict attention pa.d to in.tructi.n.re.p-t-ids
the same. All .bipmenM, wbetler b) r..,l
or steamWat, eovered by mir opei pobt y t't
in,urmnce. anlei otherwise Instructid.
' T00F. THILLIPS CIROPK,
jat-Sa V4 Front Street, eoraer Coti't.