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Office, No. 1 Mftdion - Wtreet
LABCEST CITY CIRCULATION
From the New York Albion
BY WII.M1M WIXTgg.
The star T wonlilp shines alone.
In stately grandeur set apart:
lta light, iiabeouty all 1117 own.
And imaged only in my heart.
The flower I lore Uft not 111 he
For other eyee than mine to tee :
And, having lost that saered grace, ' .
,"f would hart no other charm for me.
' The hopes I bear, the Joyi I feel, j
Are ailenti secret, and serene ; .
Pure ia the shrine at which I kneel.
And P urity herself my Queen. ...
I would not have an impious gate
Profane the altar where are laid
My hopes of nobler, grander days,
15y heaven Inspired, by earth betrayaJ.
I would not have tne noon-tiae sy 1
- Pour down it bold, obtrusive light. 1
Where all the springs of feeling lie.
Deep in the aoul'a celestial night.
Far from the Weary atrife and noite,
9 The tumult of the great To-Day.
I guard my own congenial joya.
And keep my own sequestered way.
. For all that world ii earsed with eare,
H aa nothirc holy, nothing dear.
No light, no muiki anywhere
It will not see, it will not hear. .
But Thou, aweet Spirit, vlewleaa Power,
Whom I have loved and trusted long.
In pleasure's day, in sorrow's houi
Muae of idt life end of my long ;
Breathe softly, Tbon with peaceful voice,
in my aoul'a temple, rait and dim ; ,
In thine own perfect joyrejoice,
With morning and with evening hymn.
And though my hopes around me fall .
Like rain-drops in a boundleaa aea.
I will not think I loee them ell .
While yet I keep my trust in thee I
From New York.
New Your, June IT. The ateamera
Hanson, from Southampton the Cth, and
Palmyra, from Liverpool the 5th, : have
arrived. Their news is mostly anticipa
ted. , . . j
It is confirmed that France liaa o63
cially notified England and Prussia that
the negotiation! for peace are at an end.
Napoleon had (aid that "Austria will
take upon herself grave responsibil
The following steamers have arrived :
Oeorgn Cromwell, from New Orleans ;
Virpo, Palmyra and H. Livingston,
from Savouniih; Monaka, from Charles
ton, and Vixen, frem Richmond, j
We have Sao Domingo advices, by way
of Havana, to the 11th inst. , The revo
lution against the President was merce
nary in strength and dimensions. A
small victory had been gained br the
Government troops in the province of
Cidus. On the other hand, the capital
wns in a close stage of siege by the in
surgent... In all probability the present
revolution will succeed in the final tover
throw of the Buea Government. I '
There were ugly rumors about cholera
lant iiigh(, and apprehensions that it amy
become epidemic. There were twolunr
deaths yesterday, ami rumor represent
ing the disease as on the increase, but as
yet they have not been authenticated.
The imports of the past week eieeed
seven million dollars,' of 'which there
were four millions for sugar, tea1 and
' The excitement in the gold room baa I
been intense for several days past j
Four or five of the heaviest stock specu
lators have lost fortunes in that time, by
throwing their ' money and influence
against the rise. i
A London letter to a banking firm
here, says : " The specie arrivals are an
imruenea thing for American credit
The amount sent from America is every
where admitted to have saved a general
bankruptcy in Engladd."
The letters to other banking houses
in this city are very much to the same
From Washington. r
Wahhikoto!, June 17. The general
impression 'is that both Houses of Con
gress will fix upon the 16th of July as
the day for terminating the present ses
sion. There is no doubt that all the
regular legislative business can be fin
ished by that time, and the members will
hardly be willing to remain longer to
watch the President, or mala buncombe
Although the House committee will
not report in favor of the suspension of
the neutrality laws, or perhaps even con
sider the subject, it is nevertheless under
stood that it will offer resolutions in
which the Administration will be criti
cised, if not censored, for the inter
ference which resulted in the breaking
up of the Fenian movement
President Roberts is here, and the
Republicans are assiduous in their at
From Harrlaburg. .
Habrihhcb',, June 17. The Petroleum
Bank of Titnsville, and the Venango
Bank at Franklin, have inslitated an ac
tion ngaint the i x Auditor General,
Isaac A. Herker, and throungb him
against the State of Pennsylvania, for
the recovery of a milliion and a quarter
of United States securities, deposited
with the Auditor General as security for
the rircnlating medium of those banks.
The facts, as stated, are these : The firm
of Culver, Penn t Co., were in the habit
of takiugthe notes if the Venango and
Petroleum Banks for circulation at
the Auditor General's office, when
they received a like amount of bonds
for that which tbey presented. It is
alleged that parties thus receiving those
iotirfs were neither agents nor officers of
tlte hack. These bonds, instead of being
eentoth officer of said bank, were
taken to Sem York and hypothecated by
Culver, Peno A Co.' It ia alleged that
inasmuch as it was without authority of
the bank, it was aa embezzlement for
which the Auditor-General if responsi
ble. Warrants hare been issued, an
the officers are in Venanao county to
arrest the parties implicated in the
transaction. - The condition of these
banks are now in a course of fiscal in
' n.rritt imlth ta Chief Justice Chase.
.Gerritt Smith writes to Chief Justice
Chase against any trial ot jjavis, anc
against calling a popular uprising trea
son. He concludes a long letter as fol
t . .
IUWB . 1
I have said that we snust deal with the
Qnii(k !m kA ..it-! ri imnartijll iuatlPfl.
We must also deal with her in the spirit
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or great generosity ana great iovb, o
- i.:M ma iiiilaniiiii fnr thff nasi.
iiuai viaiui , u iiiuciuut 1
We must exact no unnecessary security
for the future. We must subject her to
no changes and no disabilities which are
not indispensable. If the Dressing up 01
do. I.pi,. anAaA o.tatoa tn narrel them
eut to her white and black poor is not
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demanded ny ner people, wo iubi
insist upon it. If, by putting thcballot
in the hands of her blacks, it will not be
necessary, in order to save hor, to with
hold it for a season from her whites who
were involved in the guilt of the war, then
are they strong reasons why we should
.... :...;,.,,nnil..nrithiiinn One thine:
more, the South is poor, and the North
.tt l. Ytf....l.l ..m I. nA a n.
is sill 11 rica. tiuuiu i uc iuu "m
expression of fraternal love to save the
South for some five or ten years from the
imposition of direct national taxes?
' e 1
Leave a Ham Behind. 1
Thousands of men live, breathe, move,
pass off the stage of life are heard of
no more. Why ? They do not a par
ticle of good in the world; none, were
blessed by them as the instrument of
their redemption. Not a word they
spoke could be recalled, and so tbey per
ished; their light went down in dark
ness, and they were not remembered
more than the insects of yesterday.
Will wnn thin liva and die. oh. mortal
man? Live for something. Do good,
and leave behind you a monument of
virtue, that the storms of time can never
itaatMv Write vone fiamA in 1r i ml npfls.
and love, aud mercy, on the hearts of
thousands you may come in contact
with year by year. You will never be
rVtcmttan Kn vnnr nam and Your
deeds will be as legible on the hearts you
leave tienina, as tne stars on 1110 uruw ui
evening. Good deeds will shin 9 as the
stars of heaven.
The Modern Athens.
The folio wine letter is of Boston origin,
and is addressed to the Massachusetts
, moo, 1
" Sir i saw a nertition in the Paper
sined by you to amend the Bird law as
regards the robbens for they are the most
distructive bird that flies they first take
mv strawberries and currents and ras-
berrys then mybarlet pairs and all kinds
of soft fruits.
' I have watched the robbens for tne
last fifteen years and I never could see
enny good that they did i have made up
my mind that the robben ingers niee 75
dollars per year if your pertition should
cum be4the kummitty I should like to
tell them what I know about the robben.
."yours jth Respect. ;
He couldn't, ear. though, as a fair and
angelic being once said to certain fdlovt
rr trior, " your music is mighty good,
but you're all monstrous drunk.' A'01
eiutko paper. '
Chancery Coutt of Memphis. Tenn.
Martha Sbearwuod, I 1
I.eon Shesrwnud, I
IT ai-ovaring lnui affidavit in thio renae that
the defVnaant, Leon h bearwood, is a noa
reiid. ut ol the Slate ot Tennee : It M there
fore ordered Ibat be make bin appearance here
in at ihe Courthouse ia the eitr of Memphia,
Tennewee. within the irft three daya of the ueil
term of aid C'ouit. to eoumence on the second
Monday in November, ltftt. and plead, anatri-r
or demur to complainant's bill, or the same will
be taken for eonteaaed, aa to hi 10, and set fur
bearing tjr-parU; and that a copy of this order
ee published once a week, for four anecaasive
weeks, in the Memphis Fsilic Lsosaa.
A copy attest: A. ALMO. ,
nera m master
Robertaon ft Miller. Sol. for Crnn J-l-law4t
HAVIKO TAKEN OCT LETTERS OF
Administration upon the separate estatea
of Jackson Lynrh, deceased, and David Stew
art, deceased, 1 desire to make settlement ; tnis
ia, therefore, to notify all pertous who are in
debted to either of said estates to eome forward
and settle the same, aad all who have olaima
asainst the same t present them to me, at the
eureer of 2d and Biekford streets, Cbelnen..
8. U. A1UM.UI 1 L,
Adm'r ol Jackwn Lynch, der d,
and of Iarid Stewart, dee'd.
Jnne in, W. Jel2-1aw4w
Beard's Patent Lock "Tie,
FOR COTTON IIALEH.
BKARD Sc DnOTIIEIi,
Not. 210 and 212 Main St.,
8T. LO0I8, HO
Greatest InTentlon or the Ajre,
Being a Protection araintt Fire, and
W Ui BUI Mt WO.
IT COMBINE ETRENTI1 WITH RAPID
ity of adjustment to bales of aay aiia, re
qainng only one-third of a minute to tie up a
bale ot eolton.
It beina ni.w well known to all the dealers in
rope lor bailing colUia, thai only a verv small
crop of hemp was made tbe past year, and that
in roaaeuuenee the pne will rata very high,
and that a aupply can not be relied on at any
price. In consideration of tbeae facia, all deal
era, and tboee requiring; tiee, will do well le Pat
ia their orders for thia ut anon, thereby aeeanng
a supply for tbe season. Tbe indications nuw.
an tar aa we have leaned, axe, that tbe demand
lor this tie will be very large, benoe the nc-ee-iiyot
snaking aavrly orders, wbieb, addreaed
BhAKU ft FBO .Pt Louis.
KTON'K ft .VI KfUV. or
M. J- fcMUH ft iu.. New Orleans.
L AC 1 Mi'ttHBiv. asempnis.
Will meet itb prompt aueauoa.
Beard A Co. are also maaafectarem of the
Eicelaior Fire aaa Harglar-proel bales.
Price lnu and circulars famished oa appli
riniiiDT ittiiT.'.tDn s- fit"
VAiau.iutg iiuiiiuiaig av v,t
M sou fact u ran and Wholesale Dealan ia
AMERICAN IIPRBSS BCILDINU.
55. 57. 59 and 1 Hudson Street,
5ear Duaoe, eoraer of Worth street,
H IS VT V O It K ,
v. r. OasiaiT. aursr araa.
w. a. wairroao, 1. a. i Aessa.
a. . iHT"-
Offo of Payhaa ft Carbart ia lisoidatioa.
1VI . C. ,CA Y C K ,
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'iCKAI. USTATF, IIKOHF.lt.
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Oayoao Block, 396 Main St.
OTRICT ATTENTION OIVEN TO THE
O sale of Merchandise, tShow and 1!imK, Hats,
stock of all kinds. In short everytbiug fioiu a
needle to a steamboat,
sur Liberal advances made on all consign
tnanla whnn dejtircd. i ,
Quick sales and prompt payments shall con
tinue to be my motto.
Extensive moiiia for furniture and storage.
Look sharp I Jeoui
BKOUKS, NKKLY A CO.,
No. S80 Front Htreet,
Between Court aud Madison. ,
lirK ARE DAILY RECEIVING COS-
1 t ,a,,l. ,,f Vlmir. Karon. rorK, LiSrQ,
Whiskev. etc.. which we are selling at the low-
eut market cash price. 'e'1itm
WIU'OX,, WRIGHT A C O.,
No. 3 Promenade Street,
Corner Jefferson St.,"
rog Tug sai.s nr
Flour, Bacon, Pork, Corn, Oats, Hay,
lino. Lime, t'rnrnt. Plaslrr, It.
A MPLE STOCKS OF THE ABOVE AR
J tides always on band. Orders promptly at-
tetdedto. . . , Je-'"'
To Parties Desiring to make
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IMPORTATIONS FROM EUROPE.
MERCHANTS AND OTIIERS DESIRING
to make direct imporuuitiiis trotu Europe
ould do, well to teste orders at ,
TEMPLE, TURLBY 6c TAIN'S.
Cotton factors sod Commission Merchants,
, So. 396 Mais Street. ,
MrvW. H. Turtef Ii now on his way to
Kurope and will spend theiummer in France
and Kagland. lie will, while there, give spe
cial aiteution to any orders that we may send
him, at a very low rate of commission, to those
wishing goods bought low and shipped direct,
thus avciding great expense.
To railroad men we would say that Mr. SI.
8. Temple was formerly connected with rail
roads, as superintendent, and has had expe
rience in purchasing railroad material, supplies
and machinery of all kind. We have fine
facilities fur filling such orders.
CoL Sam Tate, Memphis. '
Hon. L. C. llsyncr. Memphis,
Heiskel ft White, Memphis.
Elder ft yarnsworth. Memphis.
Hon. N.U.Taylor, Washington. I). C.
Hon. I). T. Patterson, Wellington, D. C.
Andrew Johnson, Pres't, Washington, D. V
Adaro"" TEMPLKTURLEY A FAIN.
mT'Ji-lra No. 311 Main St.. Memphis.
I. W. MOBSISOX.
MORRISON & CO.,
And dealers in
Feed and all Western Produce,
No. 348 Second Street,
Between Gayoso and Union.
ROMPT ATTENTION PAID TO ALL
business entrusted to us. Orders solicited,
iberal advances made on consignments,
MORRISON ft CO.
Miamis. May 11. '.WV5. myl2-iiu
B. M. BLACK, JAMBS WHITE.
Memphis, Tenn. Late Maysville, Ky.
O. (i. C AMKUN. Late Maysville. Ky.
BLACK, CAMRON & CO.,
Produce and Commission
Charleston Ave., near M. ft C. S. B. Depot,
Jdi-llPHi; , TiSNM.
CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED. PROMPT
attention given in all bu.ineas entrusted to
our eare. and orders for Provender and Planta
tion Supplies filled at shortest notice and at
lowest rates. All orders left at 2 Front street
will be promptly mtteorted to. ap-,jm
Bl. NoSTO, I T. J. SLAl-GHTia.
Late of Padoeah. I Latoof St. Louis.
B. H. Wisdom,
Lata ol Clarksville, Tenn.
NORTON, SLAltillTER tt 10.,
Cotton and Tobacco Tactora,
40 Broad Street, ITew Torlc
C. M. Farmer, Corrcpnlont.
TK MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCES ON
eoBauromenta ol Cottoa.
REFERENCES IN MEMPHIS.
I B. K inland. Hill ft C.. Banker.
W. C. .McOura. I'a.hier Bank of .Mempkit.
J. W. Page, Cashier i.'ommeroial hank.
Ueorge H . Trotter, Cotua Pamoe.
Ha.A. Itoodwyn. C 'Itoa l'aotor.
fcanj. Babb, Cotus Fac4or.
Comnna. lausaig ft Co., Cotton Factors.
700 BARRELS FLOOR,
All grades; among which s the well-kawa
m choice family floir.
8. C. Ha..
Leal Lard, la kegs and tieroae,
K.O. and belcher's Moiaseea,
Nails. . tic, ate.
Freah Corn Steal
Received dally by the Memphis ferkela, and
kr sale at the lewert aaarkel price by
R. tt. TAVLOK ft CO,
styli-lm Ko. re Frost street,
MEMPHIS AND OHIO
, It A-1 1 II O A. D
ShoVteat, Quickest inii 'Bea. Route
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l" 1 TO ALL POINTS ' '
North, . East and West!
TWO DULY PASSENGER TRAINS.
SPEED. SAFETY ft COMFORT COMBINED
Uaggage Cliccketl Through.
Elegant Sleeping Cars on all Night Trains
TO CAIRO BY KAIL IN FIFTEEN HOURS.
DAILY MAIL PASSENGER TRAIN
(Sundays exoeoted). leaves Memphis at
B:3U a.m., making close oonnecnon ai n
Iwii ,ltk Ml.iln anil tlhin Httilrnad for Ma
bilu. Meridian. Columbus. Corinth, Jackson,
Trenton, Union Ciiy, Paducah. Columbus, Ky.,
and all statious on that road, and at Cairo with
Illinois central nauroau ior an nunuom
Night Express at 8 p.m. every day.
Thi. train ta' Moociallv fur throuirh travel.
It is furuished with new and commodious, well
ventilated cars, elegant aad splendid sleeping
cars, aud eoes through without auy change ol
cars ,r baggage, making close connections at
Cairo with through Express trains on Illinois
Central Railroad at 11 a.m., reaching St. Louis
from Memphis in 2V bourst Louisville ia H
hours; Cincinnati in 36 hours; making this the
shortest, ouickest aad best route to all points
North and East. , , . , . , ;
Throuirh Tickets for sate at all the principal
Ticket Offices in the South; in Memphis, at
Gayoso House, S. Cook, Agent; 14 Jefferson
street, Larry II arnistad. Agent ; at Memphis
aud Ohio Railroad Depot, head of Main street,
BA.S, U. JllSSii,
je2-lm General Superintendent.
IMPORTANT TO TRAVELERS
Memphis aud tbe Eastern Cltiea,
' i The Great Broad-Oauga
Atlantic and (Jreat Wertcrn
;.-s-fc tj rir
S NOW OPEN. AND RUNNING TWO
daily fast Express Trains from Cincinnati to
tv 1 nrk and all Easrarn cities. Passengers
will and this a most desirable route. Theeuuin
mania nf thia road are uneoualed bv anv on thia
continent. Elegant Palace Sleeping Cars ac
company all night trains, and Smoking Cars on
ail trains. Ample time is anowea at regular
hours for meals, and the unbroken broad-gauge
without chanea oflera to travelers a degree ot
security, comfort and speed not to be found on
any oiner route, inunecuous via vairo, di.
Louis or Chicago for this route are certain ; also
connection!" for Pittsburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more and Washington. Tickets had ami bag
gage checked through at all principal South
western offices. For further information and
through tickets, apply to
14 Jeflerson street
E. B, BYINUTON. .
ft Jeflerson street,
E. F. FULLER.
(ieneral Ticket Agent.
mar?-m (Jen'l Pmithwo-tam A-cn
CHIN AJi CJ-jASS JV A R E.
China, Glass & Queensware.
VOORHEIS & PATRICK,
Importers and dealers in
1101 SK FIRNISHINU GOODS,
1 ND 8UCII OTHER ARTICLES USU
1 V ally keut in a tint cla-a Crockery tlure.
Our stock consists in part of
Plain and decorated China Tea and I'inuer
Elegant Gold Band Tea and Dinner Sets,
Heautit'ul plain and decorated Chamber Seta,
Plain. Bohemian and Cut Engraved Glass of
Table Cutlerv. Silverplated Castors,
Spoons and Forks.
Wood and Willow Ware,
Waiters, Water Coolers, Eto.
VOORHEIS 4 PATRICK,
1VH Msln street.
mvl-Vn Beewwen Wn.hineon sod Pop's.
Wholesale ,'TSlx'i end
BEST PITTSBURG COAL,
JTo. 13 Watllnon Street,
In thw I'uhlic Ledc-r Ilnildlnar.
' MEMPHIS, TEN.V
n. WOL LD RESPECTFL LLY I.N uRil
1 1 th public generally, that wc are prepared
in deliver I he lrH article of
At any point in tbe city,
ON TlIE VEKV LOWEST TERM.
We also have meaaa of furniibing
( DAI, Til MTKAMHDATn
Rspidly and promptly.
Of which eemutaaders Wuald do well to avail
Oar fast rannlns staaia la
Captain W U t'tbrae, Cusnmeader,
la always ready tn do lowing of any descriptioa
Of dislaae. liar leading is at Ibe
ti'sot of Union Htrsw,
OfTlce, S: 13 Madison Street,
Between Main aad Froat 8treets
BRANCH OFFICE 3i4 MAIN ST.
MIL. J. II. WOSELEY.
Oar OefMral Agent, will be baprf to II a
rden prsaiptlr at the lowest cash prieea.
ji W. PaoeI Jr., Prei't. II. B. OakTH. Cashier
; V ,,. , ...... w
Corner of Main and Madison 8t.,-
t) !t ) AIEM PHIS; TtjrSKSSBH. 1
Pooh a General Bankiii;' BiiHinerin,
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BUYS AND SELLS
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THE ;;; SAVINGS BANK
. OP Mll.tfl'lhs.
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D 1 11 KC'l'O IJM:
M. J. M'ICKS. " W. 0. REUREJ1,
W. B. ORKKNLAW, " SAM, TA I E.
B. B- WADDELL.
' MaurHis, Juue 1, J'oS.
fl'HIS BANK, INCORPORATED BY AN
I act of the Legislature of Tennessee, is now
fully organised and prepared to Irau.-act a seu-
Banking & Exchange Business
WILL RECEIVE e POSITS,
IIIIYAXO NKIX i:( IIAJK
On the principal cities in the United Slates :
make collections on sccesrible points aud remit
promptly at current rates of exchange,
ftaUovernment. Ktnte and other securities
bnnght and told, and orders for same will re
ceive prumpt attention, t
I ' M. J. WICKS, President.
W. C. MoCLtJHE. Cashier. "Je7-lm
Tennessee National Bank.
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FI NA.IV CI A.Hs AGENT
OF THE UNITED STATES. ALSO
BEFOSITAST AND FINANCIAL AGENT
For the District of West Tennessee,
Does a General Banking Buaineaa
MAKES COLLECTIONS IN SOUTHERN
: , ; ; ... , TATK8,. ,
ON FAVORABLY TERMS.
Oll StsinU of the Plantora llanlc
GEO. R. RUTTER, President.
J.B. HUTCHINSON, Vice Pres't.
WALTER r. MOKUAN, Cashier.
J. U. Onngg, Cashier 1st Nat'l Bank, Nashville
ri. H.ToHgr, late (i rifling A Tobey, Memphis.
J. C. Orikhno, lateOrifliiiS A 'i'ohey, Memphis
OGDKX, TOI1EY a CO.,
BANKERS and BROKERS,
No. 16 Jefferson Stieet, '
WILL RECEIVE DEPOSITS,
Bur aud sell
tl'iu'iirreiit Money ,
Aud all kinds ol
CPECIAL ATTENTION UIVEN TO CO L
O lections, and Remittance- Tiie niutl
AlHAMUl. on XI ew .org always u
(iAVOSO SAVINGS IXSTITCTION,
Xo. 1U xrladUoa Street.
'PHIS INSTITUTION. ORGANIZED IN
A ltuo, continues to transact a general
Banking & Exchange Business.
WILL RECEIVE DEPOSITS,
BUY AND SELL,
Foreign and Domestic'
Sells Exchaage la Snms to Bait Pnr
chasers, en Londoia wad all the lead-
Ina; cltiea of the Called States, aad
will made ColleeSloaa on all aeeesal-
bla places la Ihe Sealh and Wast.
10. M..A VERY, Caahler..
JOIIM C. LANIER, Preeldenl.
CI FT SALES."
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1 fllftropolliuu llisit-rpriHO. ,
GREAT- GIFT SALE
"it ) "rrf rr
NliW YOHK AND PBO VIUENOB
(! , y Jewi'It'rs' Association.
: : . ;ll '. I.. I
. Depot, 197 Broadway,
I N IM.MKN.SK MTOCh" hV HAM.
J WaUhe., Jewelry, aud Kiun y llo..U, all
to be aold tor ON U IxJLLAKeoch, without re
gard to value, aud not to be paid lor till yuunce
whut you will receive.
CKKl'li'lCA I'K.S, naming each article, aud
its viiluc, are placed in sealed envelopes iiutl
well miseil. Oue of these uvelnHie will be
sont by mail to any sddross on receipt ol a
cents; five tor Vl i eleven t'nr $2 ; thirty fur
sixty-kv lor $ill; and oue hundred for $15.
On rSuuipt of thu Certitloate you will see what
yoUHrugoinK to have, and iheu it la at your
option to puy Hie il.illiir and take the urtii'le r
not. Puii-liuioos nniy thus obiaiu a tlonl
aicb, Diaui .nd King, a Piano, dewing Ala
chilli), or any ..ot ol Jewelry on our list, l,r (1 ,
aud in noraeeeau they get loss lliau Oue iol
lar's worth, aj there are no hlauks.
- Agents are wanted In every town 'in tne
couiitiy; every person can wake till il.n,
selling our Ccrtitiratus In the greatest sale ol
Jewulry ever kn-wii. i
fiieud 26 cents fur a Certificate, whi'-h will In
form you what you can obtain for$i. At the
same tune get our circular, containing full list
and particulars ; also, jf'rrms to Aerof.
Address, ' '
JAMKS HUTCHINSON A CO.,
sar2-in 1H7 Hroalay, N. r.
WATCHES, ' JEWELRY,
M USl VAl " LYS Til UMEXTS
1 Milverwarei, Ilroiizex, tc.,
I , WOHTH IIVkR
ONE MILLION DOLLARS !
All to be sold at FIVK HOLLA KS each, with
out regard to value,
, AND NOT TO BE PAIU FOB'
Until you kntiw what you are to receive Ml
yiFX OOLD AND SILVER M'ATCHKS
Jt) were distributed among the pations
of Parkinson A l.'o. during the month of Jan
uary, ltditi. Head the comments by the press,
speaking of the firm in Ihe most complimentary
manner: "A most industrious and prosperous
house." Shtppensburgh, Pa.. Srnnnrl. "Oive
all who deal with them perleoi salistactioii."
Dunkirk, N. V.. Jimrnul. " Kojuy a high rep
utation for honorable dealing and the quality
of their goods "New Pelts. N. Y.. Time:
" Perl.otly reliable and will do all they prom
ise.' Nyack, N. V., Uitvand iSmnly. "fifslid
high for honesty aud fair dealing." y Uhk.ll, N.
Jourwil. "tloiioiahlo aud luir dealing
men." Stapleton, N. Y., Journal. "One of
the oldest and most reliable firms in busiuesti."
Canajoharie, N. Y., Hadii, "Keeptbeirword
anu aet nonorabij' by t jeir patrons. " Lyon.,
N. Y, rrem.
tin) Solid linld Hunting Waohe....:K to 7'sl
6IIU Magic Cased liold Watche 260 to 5ilU
5V0 Ladies' Knameied Watches....... lnu to .VK)
M Diamond Cluster Ladies' dels... MKltoToO
1U00 Diamond Solitaire Ring -.. 7ft to 2ft0
1IjO Heavy Hilver Huntiug Watches 75 to LSI
liHJU Opeu-iisce Silver Watches.- -JO to 75
luuu Sliver aud Mahogany Musical -
Boses 100 to 500
1000 Silver Dining Sets 75 to HAO
If) Silver Tea Sets, complete...,-.-. 50 to i"0
aWI Silver Urus and Sulvers 75toll
2HU) Seven Chamber Revolvers "o to 311
2500 Patent Siu. le Barrel Pistols S'i to 7ft
JtW Kichly Framed Oil Pamtiiigs.... 75 to Xm
KSJU hlegant 1'earl Upera lllasse. 2 to 7n
!i0 Mammoth Photogrh Albums. 15 to rsl
3OU0 Cluster Diamond lliugs .. . to 101
3110 Ladiea' Oval bracelets... 15 to 50
35ISJ Held Chains of diderunt designs 25 to 300
i'SW (Jold Thimbles, cha-ed 5 to 50
10,(100 Signet and Plain Uold kings... 5 to 75
10,110 Uentiemen'e Scarf Pins . 6 to 50
1..500 Brooches and Kar Drop.. 5 to :I5
12,500 Gold Lockets, double glaas 5 to ;5
10,000 Gold Pens aud Hold Holders ... 10 to 75
10.0110 Sets Studs and Sleeve Buttons. 5 to 25
5000 Silver Oobltls and Drinkiug
Cups 5 to nil
6000 Sets Tea.Table 4 Drasen Spoons 111 to 25
5000 Sets Tea, Table A De-sert porks 111 to 25
6000 Sets Tea. Tables, Desxert Knives lOto '
25(10 Revolving Silver Castor 25 to 75
2500 Silver Cake and Kruit Baskets- 25 to 75
12.500 Wineholders and other articles. 6 to 75
To immediately dispose of the above magnifi
centstock, certificates naming the articles are
placed in sealed envelopes and well mixed.
Holders are entitled to the articles named ou
their rertibcate upou payment of 15, whether
it beabeautiful Watch, or a Musical Box worth
$500, or a Plain Uold Ring, worth 15. The re
turn of any'of our certilioaies entitles yon to the
article mentioned thereon, upon payment, irre
spective of its woith, aud as no artiole valued
less than t5 is named on any cert .Scale, it will
at once be seen that this is
No Lottery, but a straightforward le
gitimate transaction, which may be par
ticipated in by the moat faaiidioua I
fvoy one wishing to invest in the above
enterprise can receive a sample packagu of a
half-dosen certificates, naming some of the
above articles, by sending a stamped envelope
bearing their address. Certificates not to he
paid for unless fully satisfactory. We do this
thttall may be convinced of our sincerity and
the genuineness of our sale. Call on orarldiais,
PABKINSON ft CO.,
nisrlJ 3n 2"S BrondwavN. Y.
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IM. ( UhlllTO.V.S
OFFICE HOURS FOR
these Specialities are
from 8 to 9 o'clock a. m.,
and from S to 6 o'clock p.
m. Persons wishing Dr.
Creighton's services must
oonsult this arrangement.
Office in Drug Store, No:
4i4 Main Street, south of
'-Fees for Professional Visit, each. Ten
Dollars. j jeS-Sm
DR. J. B. WASSON'S
No. 312 Main Street, Corner Monroe,
' Memphiai, Tenn.
AND PROPRIETOR OF THE MEMPHIS
Dental Depot, at same place, 31i Main St.,
orner of Monroe. uiy21-3iu
WM. H. MORGAN,
UIAI'IUI. CLAIM ACJEXT,
CLrMmi'ssioticT of Deeds, Etc.,
Over Desoto Insurance Company, Desoto Block
' MADISON TKHKT,
,p5-arn MEMPHIS. TENN.
DR. D. S. JOHNSON,
rOBMEBLY OF HEW OBLBAJ.8,
IB NOW PERMANENTLY LOCATED IN
Office 110 11 aia street, Between Adams aad
rhere the Doctor can be consulted on all dis
eases ef a private nature,
Cora Guaranteed or No Pay,
So call without delay.
mar2-3ra D. S. JOHNSON. M. D.
OOOD WORK. CASH PRICES
Puuotuality Beloie All Thine
THE . PUBLIC LEDGER
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JOB PRINTING HOUSE
IU ivlHslixssii Mrs"-1,
Having now lu lull au4 ' nsli ..., rati' D
Tbe tiook and Jn uui iiihdi.s
Ol this eatenaive oalalilletiuielil, we lake I III,
taude ol calling the aitenimu ol nut pain.i.r
and friends, and the public smu inlly. I. .
.t .STKAM A H KA Mi KM ENTS,
iuis onice is nuw the laieert ami best ap
f pointed Piiiitiug Houhe in ilie l".i.uihviest, aud
nil) eounl lu any iu the P.at aa regard it. la
eiiitiua lor eaeruiing with
. , . !
, Cheapnea. fteutuuai and Uiapalch.
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Printing nt every variety and in any color. It
cannot beaurpaased by auy elaldihineul Kaal
AM. I(I1N OF MOItli,
Plain or Ornamental Typo
Plain Black, Colored Iuka,
. Oold Leaf and Bronzes,
lb every manner km wo to the rmti-jwi., ,. t
houie i t abroad.
KNIil.lSH. KKKM'H AND tiKKMAN
1IOUKM AND lAAIl'Ill.Kr.s
Printed with beautifully nut type
lirnsiueiilal. Plain; and lane,
Spwliaeue alwavsun hand at our Cui.iii .
And BALL TICKETS.
Illuminated with tbe latest ornamental an I
hall room scenes.
Our large eesorliiient of type fol
SHOW BILLS AKD " POSTICUS
Is not excelled in tbe United Htstes.
I'll Large I'irlorial.
Can now tie as readily aud cheaply done at tins
office as they are in the Gust, and in aa hand
We have in our office the largest sire Prew
now in use, together with
Steam Jobbers & Power Presses
In addition to our extra large type, we hate
a splendid assortment of small plain and lanry
Job Letters su'lahle for fine work.
BUSINESS CARDS AND CIRCULARS
Done In handsome styie, with suitable engrac
ings representing business.
For schools and eolleges printed equal to e-v
Masona'JOdd Fellows', and Horn of Temperance
CONHTl T l) T 1 O N H
Printad la a scant style.
. Our Prioea Have Been Reduced. ;
And now will compare with the cheapest rega- I
art established Job 0 Bices in New York or !
. , We are eualded tu print
CARDS AND BILL HEADS t
Witb great celerity, and our piices are propor-
Prompt and particular attention give !
Military sand Hsllrosd
Bills Ladiug. Funeral Noticea,
bank Checks. Caraliisaea. ,
Circulars ol all kinds. Hal Tips,
Insurance Policies, Clank Deeds,
Bill Heads, Labels.
Aoctlon bills. Programmes.
Dray Tickets. Periodicals,
Biank Receipt. Kleelioa Tickets,
COUNTRT STORE BILLS
Of every description. Illuminated with suitable
devises, sue as railroad can, ataaaieuate, sic
With printed heads, together with every ktad
ef Plain and Fancy Work doae with dwpatch
U Madisoa street