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,, ,. .... , v .,, ... .....w..wHyyM ..; .-.-;,-rw. I. ' 1 i." " : ' ... . : .1 .,r I hv ntBniir i tinu " ti l.irwrLRY ft PIREARM8. MEDICAL. i ----- MEDICAL.'-- A If, PUBLIC LEDGER. Office. No. 18 Madiaon" Htraei Tint tVV THAT WASKS. Ths ran that warmsths fading Sowar, May cheer, not change ju doom May stay iu fete for on brief boar Bat ne'er restores Hi bloom I So, when the withered hurt reoeivei The light of lora too lata. Its charm while ths heart relieves. But oaanot change iu ftef That heart, If yesterday eareee'd. Perchanoe had 'reaped decay That mile, which yesi iteroay nag meet. Come all in Tain to-day 1 Then, oh I Love'i tow of bo honor keep. Nor let Affection wait For vain repentanoe rain to weep, When kindness oomea too late. CHSIST'B SYKPATHY. While the storm was neroely blowing, v bile the tea was wild y flowing. Angry wind and angry billow Only rocked th- Savior'i pillow ; Jesus dept. But when sudden grief was rending Hunan hearU in aorrow bending; When ho eaw the sinters weeping. Where their broiher'e form wai sleeping, "Jesus wept." Confederate Specie. Washington, March 3. At the time of the evacuation ot Kichmona tne oansing establishments of that city continued to send away amounts of coin belonging: to different institutions to a point further South, for the purpose of securing it The amount originally reached the sum of 1250,000, of which $150,000 was lost by plunder, and the remainder placed . on deposit in Washington, Georgia, in charge of a special agent of the Rich- ' mond banks. Claim was made to it by General Wilder, of the Freedmen's Bu reau, on the ground that it was captured property, and an investigation of the case by General Winslow resulted in giving the right of possession to the - agont of the banks. Afterward, about the 20th of August last, an order from the President, through the Secretory of War, was received by Gen. Steedman, then commanding the department, to torn over the captured coin on deposit to the Treasury Aeent This was done, and the coin sent to this ciiy, where it was placed on special deposit wiui me U. S. Treasurer. The claim is now made in behalf of the Richmond banks for the restoration of this money, and it is alleged that the order of the President was made witn lull iniormation oi toe facts in the case. After full and careful examination by the Treasury Depart ment the matter baa been referred to the President, who has ordered that the coin be restored, provided that indentity between the amount on deposit in the Treasury and that claimed by the banks can be established, and a compliance is made with certain formal conditions im posed by the Secretary of the Treasury. HegTO Suffrage. ' During the debate on the proposed Constitutional amendment in the House of Representatives on Thursday, the Man hood Suffrage doctrine of the Radicals met with a decided rebuff from Mr. Hig ey, of California, an advocate of the t- amendment on the subject of admitting -John Chinaman to the privileges of citi zenship with the negro. Mr. Higley (says the Cincinnati Enquirer) unhesitatingly answered that he was aot in favor of ad mitting the Chinaman to suffrage, and placed his objection on the ground of bis being a P&gan. Mr. Ki black replied that the negro was also a Pagan in his j own country, as well as a cannibal, and j that the question of religion had not be fore been raised. The majority of the House bud taken the ground that intelli gence was not the necessary qunliBca tion, nor race, nor color, nor religion, nor auylbing else adventitious to the manhood of the negro. If a Chinaman was a member of the human race; if he was "a man and a brother," why not ad mit him to vote as well as the negro T The inquiry of Mr. Niblack was not an swered. Every Moment Sunday. Ey different nations every day in the week is set apart for public worship. Sunday, by Christians; Monday, by the Grecians; Tuesday, by the Persians; Wednesday, by the Assyrians; Thursday, by the Egyptians; Friday, by the Turks; Saturday, by the Jews. Add the fact of the diurnal revolution of the earth, giving every variation of longitude a different ';our, and it becomes apparent that every aoment is Sunday somewhere. BANKINC. Memphis Insurance Comp'y Organized in 1644. Office--.o. 22 1-3 Madiatin St. D I HECTORS: .T. J. McsrHT, Prert. E. M. Arrraaox, J. T.FK1HK. F. M. Cahh. J. CriijiiKOft JnBS(i, of home of U Fills k Co. Jons T. Stsatto. of honM of Stratton. Ooyer k Co., T. A. Niuioir, hive ofg.O. it I. A. Kel son & Co, THIS INSTITUTION IS PREPARED TO rereive Ber"i'-i, to buy and eell Eichange on all the principal commercial cilin, and to mnke Collection! on this city and all principal ftnta in this section. Remittances promptly attended to. tel-3m k'. il. CASH. Secretary. FOUNDRIES. tYESTEHX FOlTtfDHY Machine Shop. WILLIAM A. R0BLNSON & CO. W A Rosrxsn, (Late of Quinbj A Robinson, Memphis.) J G Stoic. (Late cf ftoket A Taylor, Xeaphit.) K Niciouiok. T BACDa, (Formerly with QaiabjA Kobluoa.) AFTER A SUSPENSION OF BC8INE8S for nearly four years, we eia eomo before liiepablie, soliciting a share of patronan ia the above branches of business ia ear baiidian SHEL11Y STUEET, Opposite the Gayoso Boose. We are prepared to build and repair Saw Mills. Enr.nee, etc; furnifb all kinds of Caat-i-r f" HaiJ:T Plantations, Kail mads or EMaunboata. With an experience of twenty-tve yeareae practical Mjeuautcs and machinists, wa M. M..ti.int t nur anility to aiTeaatisiacUoa. Oar prices shall be as low as the expensee of laoor ana siatrni! wm jmi.,. Sncoarae Southern Manufactures. tt : P. TREAT MAVrrACTTKES PLOWS, . Scrapers. Bull Tonfwa, t weeps, Me. . XX Scrap' Warons and Drays made to order. Arrimi ta-al dealers and plaaiers will tad it to tkesr intereat to call ana see ene e iters reasa 1m v h ere. Also for sale te Portable Knciaes I Madiaoe street garoe DrtOca. X. JB. Xecoaaiss van led. I -i j 1 - I e.acje tj - I " ' . . ' ' . 9 w I - - -- I mmm s - --v" i - GOOD WORK. CASH rSUCES Pnnotuality B-for. AU T'nga WIIITMOIIE BBOTHERSe Proprietor of THE PUBLIC LEDGER HTKAM JOB PRINTING HOUSE 13 Madison Street. Ilarint nowjin fall and completo operation The Book and 'Job Departments Oi this extensive establishment, we take this mnH of Mllinff tha attention of oar patrons and friends, and the public, generally, to our new STEAM ARRANGEMENTS. This office is now the largest and best ap- nointiMl Printing Hoatie in the Southwest, and fully equal to any in the Kut as regards its fa cilities for executing with Cheapness, neatness and Dispatch, Printing of every variety and in any eolor. It cannot be surpassed oy any esuioiisnment &asi or Jiouth. AIT, KINDS OF WORK, Either in Plain or Ornamental Type, Plain Black, Colored Inks, Gold Leaf and Bronses. In every manner known to the profess! il home or abroad. ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN PBINTINO. BOOKS AXD PAMPIILET Printed with beautifully cut type. Oraamental, Plain and Fancy Steamboat Printing, Specimens always on hand aljour Counllm Room. INVITATION CARDS And BALL TICKETS, Illuminated with the latest ornamental ami ball room scene. Our large assortment of type foi SHOW BILLS AND POSTERS is not excelled in the United States. The ' Large Pictorial Can now be as readily and cheaply done at this omce as they are in the East, and la as hand some style. We have in oar office the largest size Presses now in tuo, together with Steam Jobbers tt Power Presses In addition to onr extra large type, wehav a splendid assortment of sma 11 plain and fane Job Letters, suitable for fine work. BUSINESS CARDS AND CIRCULARS Done in handsome style, with suitable ecurev tags representing businers. DIPLOMAS For schools and colleges printed equal te cop perplate. Masons'. Odd Fellows', and Sons of Tern veranee CONBXITUTIONM Printed in elegant style. 1 Our Pricea Have Been Reduced, And now will compare with the cheapest regu larly established Job Office in Kew York or Philadelphia. We are enabled to print CARDS AND BILL-BEADS With great celerity, and oar ees tiosately lower. nar pronor- Prompt and particular attention given to kinds ef Military and Itetllross PRINTING. Bilh Lading. Funeral Notices, back Checks. Catalogues, Circulars of all kinds, list Tips, Inraraoe i'olieiea. Blank Deed. Bill Heads. Laoek. Aectine Hills, Fmrrammca, Dray TicfceU, Periodicals. Jiic, Maratinea, Blank Reeeii ts. Kieeuoa Tick COUNTRY" STORE BILLS Of every daeerlptlon, Ulnmraatad with faitah eevteae, each as railroad can, eteemboau, etc. BLAXX BOOKS. i Wi'k printed Wda, tfrtker with every I Psaia aad Fsaacy Work deee with dispatch WEIT ORK BROTHERS U If ad io vnv.7.v.Tt)iilT JONES & CO " r -s s . .1 .. HO. l AUeisa siretv, : i sa Til aatoad, i ' . a A MEMPHIS,!'1 TENNESSEE!. e-rw intf WnW PREPARED TO PUR- V chase, Lease or Rent WW or. Country Property, on the most reasonable terms, f no senior partner having resided in Memphis fur the IMt tnirty yeare. n i the City and Suburban locahues, and wtU the farming regions penetrated by oui foar Rail roads. Parties wishing to Buy, Sell, Lease or Rent, Will de well to call on us, as we can m imdnn their nrODerty to publio notice with ad vantages possessed oy no otner nrm in in is 0117. One of us being a uivn engineer, anu auiouiri . a nMrt.man. Ira nr lmnA B&n be surveyed and plotted to suit owners, and at small eot. We invite attention to our extended circular in another column. - . dcU-3m 413 Main street, near the Oayoso. Merchants, Please Take Notice. 1rH WILLGIVE A VALOABLKCOTTON ' Groceries at Memphis wholesale prioesiand W Vn.M. ant in rtft.h iir lirT UODQI Or another equally valuable rarm ana iu,ow in c.h for the anme artiole. Both Farms are highly improved end near Grenada best up lands in Vallobuaha aounty. JlorseJ mules, rattle, corn, implementa, etc., will besolil with larms. XKKZKVAKT, JOJfKa CO. 413Main street. frivate Besldence For isale. , A HANDSOME TWO-BTOKI FBA.MH dwelling recently built on Desoto street, Between jjinaennnu rnucoi aaaviaii, rooms, double kitchen, cislorn, smiiaes, car- liage-hoaee, etc. A barfrain oflorea. - r . 'Jtllii AJS X, jujisavv., j jal " " 41.1 main atreeu Mississippi Cotton Farm forKent FIFTY ACRES, SIX MILKS FROM LA mar depot, Mississippi Central railrnad: superior ootton land : good spring at S3Wper acre. i Jfc Co.. dclV 41,1 Main street. Mississippi Cotton Farm for Bent rntlK MATTHEWS FARM." BELONG- 1 ingtotbeestnte oftho late Governor .Mat thews, lvins in Coahoma county, Mississippi, on annnower river, mouiu oi xvilchiv vuu, and 15 miles from Sunflower Landing, on the Mississippi river SMIacreein cultivation, good cabins, gin houso, ittublea, eto. lias been in 1 cultivation for 1& years in succession never producing less than ,4 ot a bale to the acre, ana in 1866 produce'! two bales to the acre. lliiA.U,,UMiH.U., del!) ' . 413 Main e'reet. Mississippi Cotton Farm for Sale. 'HREE MILES FROM HOLLY SPRINGS, cnniains liOU acres 1110 acres linely timbered balance cleared 130 acres superior valley land. ill be sold in one or more Quarter sec tions, to suit purchasers. Commodious dwel ling hnuH min linaM. well, cribs, stables, cab- ina. thrM m eistnrna. larae orohard of se lected fruits, and six acres of Catawba grape vines, in full bearing. I 1 X RCtitJlt V Ail IfvUilCil aiU, . delV 13 Main street. Maraball County Cotton Farm for ' ' Sal or Rent. F'lOHT HUNDRED AND KIGHTT ACRES 1 within er b miles of Holly Sonnirs. Miss., 30 cleared, i ol this is rich crack bottom. uwu aweium una an auu.cuicu. vuiuvu,nj flourishing apple, peach and plum orohards of 1 choice fruits; two cold springs and a well of fine water. .Balance 01 tract so well umoerea that a saw mill will soon pay for the place. Best society in Mississippi. l , TRKZKVAiiT, J0NE3 CO., ' del9 413 Main street. Marshall County Cotton Farm ' ' ' for Sale.' j MT TirrXTjRIfTJ AMD FORTY ACRES. O ten miles west of Holly Springs, Miss., on the Chulahoma and Memphis road. 40 miles from Memphis; SMOscret are elearod, balance well timbered. Kew cottage building and all necessary on'honeee; fine orchards.' Terms verylow. TREZEVAAI, JOAKSJl CO., .1 delll . -413 Main street. Shelby County Iinds for Sale, ry MI6SI8SIPPI RIVER. JCST ABOVE J Memphis, 6U0 acres within two miles of Memphis, ncn river not torn ; 70 acre cleared, and producing this year a bale of cotton to the acre, balance heavily timbered, with a most el igible woodyard, from which wood ia daily sold to steamer and sent to the city on barges. A great bargain offered to an enterprising man., TKKZKVAN I, JONEo & CO.. del 9 413 Main street MissisaippI Cotton Farms for Bale. TMIREK THOUSAND ' ACRES IN MAR eball county, near Lamar and tickles depots, in tracts to suit applicants fine upland ; good improvements wifl rent for one or more years on most lavoraoie tmnUM aeree neb valley land that produced a bale to the acre lat year. TttaZhVAiiT, JONEU C0 dclt 413 Main street MiHiippi Cotton Farm on FiTe Years Lease, T70TR HUNDRED ACRES RICH BOTTOM X land in One cultivation, Tippah County, 1( nines iron) cauiroury; gooa dwelling, out hnnsee,gins, stahlee, etc. Very healthy. Terms low. Ibi.ZVAi'T,J0NE3 ACO., deT9-4m ' 413 Maia street. ' Cotton Lands for Sale. WE HAVE FOR SALE, BETWEEN 55,000 and (0,000 nctee of the best Cotton Lands in the Union, Tbry belong to Oen. AlbertFike, and lie on toe Arkansas, Ouachita and Bad Bivers. ' ' Soil inexhaustible, never yielding leas than a I oaie to tne acre. Lapitaliits can bore make in vestments on terms remarkably low, and obtain laoua mat never need rest or manure. TREZEVANT, JONKS k CO.. de!9 413 Main street. SlississlppI Cotton Farm for Sale. CIX HUNDRED AND FORTY! ACRES, O two and a bnlf miles from Okalona depot, 4'iOin higheultivatiua ; el.gantmodern cottage, fire rooms. With ail outbound.. mn knn.ii. ch. ins, cistern and well, with horses, mules, rauia, 1 com anu leaner, and .r,'v pounds 01 rorg. TREZEVANT.JONE8CO., 1 de!5 413 Main street, near the Gayoso. Mississippi Cotton Farm for Sale. EIVE HUNDRED AND SIXTY ACRES in Chickaraw county, Mississippi, near Oko adcoot: 400 cleared: 3flu rich mrairia black land, producing a bale to theaoret house with four rooms, eak'na. lis and outhouses, cistern. wen anu pom 01 never-isuing etng walcr. TREZEVANT, JONES k COn : de!5 413 Main street MisHlewlnpl Cotton Farm for Sale or Lease, i 1 911 ACRES ON SWAN LAKE, COA 1, J J boma county, eight miles from Friar's Point 500 acres in cultivation 300 without a tree or stump, and aa level ae a prairie. Boil inexhaustible ; produces one and a half to two bales per acre. Good dwelling hoaie.jrin house, mill, negro cabins, scabies, etc. Will sell enough corn, fodder, cotton need, etc., for uvuiar crop. Aojeiaing una are 1 ICO Acres Of similar land for rent. All entirely above overflow. Tbeee lands ar perhaps nnequaled in the whole Missisfippi Vaiiey. TKEZEVAXT.J0NE8ACO, deli 413 Maia street, near theOayoso. Cottage for Sale. ; . WITHIN TEN MINUTES WALK OF Court Square; it has five rooms, and a large kitchen, cistern, eta. Long time and low price, if one-third be paid. Now reals lug 170 per month. TREZEVANT. JONKS A CO., delB 411 Main street iSbelbj fonntj Lands for Sale. THREE TEN ACE LOTS, BIX MILES from Memphis, a part of the John D White tract, between State Line and Raleigh rr.ads each lot having a beautiful building location. Also 60 Acres, Four miles from Memphis, on Raleigh re4 beautifully located fuf private retidenoee all cleared aad under productive rent. Also 650 Acres, 1 In Fsvette eoonty, thirty miles from Memphie, nee reyette depot: 4 is) aeree splendid Hood lawn, balasxw deadened aad cleared. The Memphis and Charleston railroad runs thronge eoe corner f it, aad hae a fine trailding spot; and adjoins a fine water and stork rata e Volfrivar. The wooden it will pay for it. AU this property is offered at vary Low,Rates for Cash; Aad we know ef ae better Investments, as it improves ia value with Uc rapid growth of Memphis, 1 htZEVANT, JONES CO.. l Main street. near me taytxu, Knbnrban Lots) for Hats. THRFJt LOTS NEARLY OPF08ITI R. C. Bnaklav's. each 75 feat frost k 14.1 dees elible building loesoieej, wear in. Taylor's aad .t. liaaiet. Terms very pw. A yv'7 te TRKZkVAMT, jo.VFS k CXJ.. dtll 4iJ Maia street, aeaitaafcayve. NOTICE TO COTTON SHIPPERS. :.,..)!il.il3 t.!..;S t.Joti , -All I - i .. . r , .It MERRITT'8' EXPRESS FREIGHT LIIVK orrips asKOviD to NO. 282 FRONT STREET. Mtrt'lSl! NOW PkePAkeD TO COM Y PRBtSct COTTON at our Steam Press, on Mitdiinn street, and to ship to ali points East, on guarantied time, at as good rates as any orner Jixprons umw. . ' MS Ski JOBS B. WSLD, Ageat MISSISSIPPI AXD TENNESSEE RAIL. It O A D. 'il . . , mm J c H AN(je of TIME. OS AND AFTER MONDAY, rKBKUAKi 1'ih.lSW. Passenirer Traus will leave the deoot DAILY at li p.m. trrive daily at Stai Mundnysxcepied.. , Pansengers lor Tointo sbiith of Grenada, By taking trains on Tuesdays, Tlinrsdaj s & Saturdays .!.-. .J . 'MAS-' CLOSE COXXECTIOXS , With trains on the Misdissippi Central Rail road, arriving at Now Orleans at 8 p.m. next day. i' ' ' ' Time to New Orleaos, 31 Houra, 53 MILES IN DISTANCE SEVE. HOURS IX TIME OVER ANY OTHER ROUTE. TICKETS TO c . i Canton, ' 1 Jackson, Miss.,' ' ' , ., Vlcksburjf, and Ik'ew Orleans. For sale at tht depot acd No. 6 Jefferson St. 3 rEEIQHT TRAINS , j Leave Memphis Mondays. Wednesdays. Thurs days and Saturdays. , Arrive Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.- A. . LIYEKMUKK, General Huberintendent. C. P. OAKLEY, Gen'l Ticket Ag't. felO-lm IMPORTANT TO TRAVELERS Memphis and the Eastern Cities, -.... ' s !i ;j The Great Broad-Gange Atlantic and Great Western RAILWAY NOW OPEN, AND RUNNING TWO illy fait Express Trains from Cincinnati to dai sw York and all Eastern cities. Passengers will And this a most deairabla route. The ea uln. menu of this road are nnequaled by any on this continent. . Elegant Palaoe Sleeping Cnrs ac company all night trains, aud Smoking Cars on all trains. Ample time it allowed at regular hours for meais, and the unbroken broad-gauge without change offers to travelers a degree ol security, comfurt and speed not to belouodon any other route. Connections via Cairo, St. Louis or Chicago for this route are certain : also connections for Pittsburg, Philadelphia, Balti more and Washington. licketa had and bag gage checked throueb at all principal South western offioe. i'ot further information and through tickets, apply to iiAKKj. HArtMaXAO, ', 14 JefTeron street. E. B. BY1NGTON. 5 Jefferson street, ' E. F. FULLER, : , General Ticket Agent. D. WCLAREX, General Superintendent, 1 ISAAC PA 1ST. 1 de?R-Sm ' Oen'l Pnuthwentem Avert FLOUR AND MEAL. CITY MILLS NEW FLOUll J. W. LEFTWICII st CO.' ARE CONSTANTLY MANUFACTURING, and have on hand every grade of Hour, - Xew Bolted Corn Meal & Feed ' Of all Descriptions. ; . , A. Warrens' Choice Family Floor, guaranteed , egaat to any flour 10 the market. , Offlce, ISo. HO Deal Street. Messrs Morrisnn. TTinr k Co.. No. 394 Gavom Block, have onr Flonron hand foT sale at Low est Mill Pri. felfl-?m DRY COODS. HESSE, LEVY & CO., 233 Main Street, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. Between Jefferson and Adams street. Tt WOULD RESPECTFULLY CALL I the attention of our fnenda and the pub lic generally to our well selected stock, consist ing ef pry Ooods,Clothing, Boot and bhoea, lists. Notions and Furnirhlng (roods, which we offerat reduced prioee. Country merchants will Cnd it to ibi'ir advantage to call and examine our stock before purchasing. No trouble to shr,w gH. liire up a cll d'ifl-Sni MISCELLANEOUS. WM. H. MORGAN, ATTOHNKV.. VT.I-AAV GEAERAL CLAIM AG EXT. Cbmmt'ijioncT Deeds. Eie., Over Desoto Insarance Company, DeMto Block, MADISON STREET, iaVJIrn MEMPHIS. TKXX. llEARY S. FITCH, ATTORNEY - AT LAW, 103 BAY HTKKET, laH-w SAVA.KNAH. OA. W. R. COMSTOCK & CO., DEALER IN FRESU F1SII A.D CAME, 41 Main meet, Meaphie. Tens. TS INTEND KEEPINO A FULL T eutekef Fresh Late Fish, which we will sail at Us towast market prices. mart Jt -Hrf.ffc trtMtfjr P. M. CLiSC , lii I ?d C '.; Gr TJ 1STS I W1P ARB IN RECEIPT OF) ' LARGE ASSORTMENT 7r- . , , It G U IV S j j. ::. OF OUR OWN IMPORTATION, MADS Tp OUR OWN ORDER. In the varioty will be found those from the BEST ENGLISH MAKERS Colt's Pistolsi AND OTHER APPROVED HAKES. rB HAVE MADE ARRANGEMENTS r with the makers of these celebrated weapors, that will enable us to sell them at THE LOWEST TRADE PRICES, Either Wholesale or Retail. ' .,. , Countrv Merchants sunnlled on Liberal Termn. A full ai-sortuient of Fixed Ammunition. W A T O H E S, JEWELRY, H I LVEItWAIlK, FAXCY GOODS, Etc. ( The recent large additions to our Stock of Fine Goods, and New Styles, makes it one of ths larcct and best to l.e found in any market,' ' starAll kinds of work and engraving done in the best manner. . , t m- , K II I I. A KK 171).: ' 3m No. 1 Clark's Marble Block. J. Cooflman, Watchmaker, No. 190 MAIN STRKE7IY SeT" Repairing done at short notice. jal-3m P. GLASSICK & CO., , GrTJTS and PISTOL MANUFACTURERS Dealers in i , . Shot Guns, Rifles and Pistols nUN IMPLEMENTS, AMMUNITION AND ft.in Material. f lxntn.Wnpa' nu Nol 35'J Front Street, ; . Bet Union and Gayoso, Memphia, Tenn, ' i . . . . All Rertsirlnv prnmftly attended to. i?l-m AUCTION. WHOLESALE ' ! AUCTION EMPORIUM. O. CiVCI. BaXSBBO. T. L. IIIIS. w. t. ri.rMNsn. CAYCE, BEARD & CO., AUCTIONEERS, Commission Merchants, 1KD REAL ESTATE BROKERS, AT THE ARCADE, j ' No. 37 South Court Street, MEMPHIS, TENN.; 1 w.ConsiKnments solicited. . aI,iberal advances made. ' I , SA.Quiok sales and prompt returns.; Regular Trade Sale. MISCELLANEOUS. IIHO, BUST. W. T. HIKES H. G. DENT.& CO., Real Estate A General Collecting ' AGENTS. ' j . ;; Corner of Hernando and' Beat Streets, , MEMPHIS, TENN.. WILL DEVOTE THEIR ENTIRE AT i T tcuiion to the buying and selliu( of Heal Estate, Leasing of Lands and City LoU, Collec tion of Knits and Civil Claims, and to Paying Taxes on Property in the city of Memphia and vicinity. ; i . The senior member of the firm havingresided In this city for the PRSt twenty-five years, during the most of whioh time he has been par tially engaged iu the Real Estate business, hopes that the patronage heretofore extended to him will be continued to the new firm, who pledge themselves to give full satisfaction. feb27-8m ! JOSEPH FLAKXEHT, , PRACTICAL PLUMBER, Oast and Steam l'ipe Fttter, HZii Second Street, corner of jefforson Street MEMPHIS, TENN. 1 : T-EEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A IV well selected etoek "1 Iron and Bra Lift and Force Pump mar6-3m WOOD1 WOOD! ARD SEASONED WOOD. SAW ED AND split, delivered t any part of the city. save orders with v a w a i. iiAi a A i;ii.. No. 318 Front street, or at Wood-yard, No. 1 Main Street, feba 2a 109 Fancy IJasketK, A LARGE ASSORTMENT JCST RB- 2. eeiveil. and for Mir, t ML1K, bTKiiBiN? A PT7LLEN. . 273 Main street. ,al0 Cut and PrenssHl Gohleta pHAMPAIONES AND WLNE3. SfUIR. STEUBINS rrLLEN. M-te 7TS Main tr-. a. a. rLcama. a. r.craav E. S. PLUMMER & CO., CEXERAL STORAGE, Commission and Cotton Mertb'l, No. 3ul Maia straet, Webster Block. MEMPHIS. TENN. J)ART1CTLAR Conignment". Menure. ATTENTION PAID TO ' AnipleaceoBBmoda'vema for fehhi-lej Bnrean Red, of All Kind tu MriB, STEBBINS PrLLEN. j.i atata straej i. . 1. . 0 PtJIiMOITIO: OOItDIAL ;- a, in .r i. i'. ... to tit aiLitr op Ik la , (i u 1PTTQN, if I : i tl 0 f i at. I mi fl I I Coughs,' ' ,'; Cold. ;i i 1-u.i J ,i i'MA.a ,i7i A Ij DIB i' n": .. EASES. 1 ':. ' J Throat and Iitnffs. THIS DELIGHTFUL PREPARATION, prepared from lrceh and carefully selected , ROOTS AND HERBS, . . . :.. I ..I I Is confidently recommended as a Dleasant. safe and reliable remedy lor the above an'eetiont. By lae timely use ot this valuable expectorant many of the evils reaultinc from eolda or ax un sure, or where there exista an hereditary t i - CONSUMPTION, TENDENCY, ' i l a. r n Can he soeedilv and effei ictually rSmoVed by the early use of the PULMONIC CORDIAL, which stands to-day without a rival for.tba above com plaints... . - ' . . - J h irr-s T- -;' t Try it and lie Convinced, p I ' t, i t j r j i j Prepared ana sold only by X - " CREIQHTON c CO., V .f t'l l l .t ,,'.sii-u i j ' Druggglsts and Pharmaceutical CheuiuU, de22-3m f 444 Main St., Memphis. GOOD NEWS SICE AND AFFLICTED I THE GREAT FEVER AND AGUE REMEDY, THE C II ILL KING t Warranted as a sure curs fqr . TEVEK AND AGUE, ' ;" -i DUMB 0HILL8,'; " j ". . ' ' ENLARGED BPLEEN Etc., I AMD At A Ionic for Nervous Prostration from Long Sickness or Debility, from whatever cause produced , j ; THE ORIGInIl CIIIL L. Iv I IV Gr is onlt rasrAaro sr CKK1GHTON V CO, Druggists & Pharmaceutical Chemists , 444 Main 8U Memphia, Tenn. XT ' B.-AN ATTEMPT IS BEING MADE X to introduce another Remedy.bearing the name of Ie La Hoolce's Chill King in conse quence of the very favorable reeeutioa and re markable succees of our preparation. Persons wishing tho Uenuine Article, will, therefore, be particular and inquire for CREIUHIOi a d."';mKI!,, ' CSEICrHTOM dt CO. COOK'S MAGIC Nerve and Bone WELCOME FRIEND. TUB MOST POWERFTL eient agent for the fepeedy AND EFFI- . , ,t iu: CURE . AND BELIEF RHEUMATISM White Bwellinc, Bora Throats, Cute, Broiaee, Wounda, Swelllnc of Joint, Glandular Enlarge- ' r mentani NeoraLxla. ' . - , i In the human subject, and for all diseases Animals, such e Kmrbone Spavtn, Hweeay, W eahneas of the Taadona, ttriagbalt Scntrhee. Tho OrsTttvtit ' " 1 - LINIMENT OF THE AGE For Man or. Beast. Far sale by : CillilQHTON A CO., Druggists ek Oietniste, No. 441 Main B treat. Booth of BeaJ. de37-Ss) MEM PUIS, TKSS. ssl m mm sBbk a a a PTE) WfBitffirff .M&EASSS l-a- r.;i 1. DR. JT. 91.: ROGERS, Ml SURGEON, &;YsiciAN,' OmCE-No. Stf Madiaon Street, between See- ? :...twa, uit iniro. Atempuia. . i JREfl ilSPENSART.THE POOR WILL S e!!rl.0, f1" on Mondays and Saturdays from 9 to jl o'clook, a. rri.' , fel B- m :. : ;ib. C. S, I.1LOYD, PHYSICIAN, . SURGEON '. . ..- , . ' V AND OBSTETRICIAN, No. 417 Main Street, Cor. Beal - Meniphlsi, Tenn. T PATE IN StforFSSFCL OPERATION Jrit&io e'ebratd ; MEDICATED VAPOR BATHS, for the cure ot all Chronic and many acute forms of disease... especially those of a Rheumatic Mercurial a? v.n.n.i l. n special attention given to diseases of X'emales. deafislm . , OTtEIOIITOIV'S ( i- Mil J OONCIKTIHTSD - FLUID EXTRACT YKLLOW DOCK! VOR THE REMOVAL AN1 CURE 7. IJIPIRITV OF T1TE BLOOD i ' EHEUMATI8M, ' MERCURIAL sFFECTIONsj 1 S YP II I L I S ' In all ita various stages, SOEOFTJLAi A' XL DISEASES PECULIAR TO WOMEN incident to periodical irregularities, etc., Anu as a Female Periodical Regulator, to-day i ' t ' t i rt . Stands ; Unrivalled ! , For Sale only by k . ?. ' CREIQHTON t CO., ' ? ; - Druggist and Pharmaceutical Chemists,' 444 MAI STREET, dc27-8m SnntbofBeal. Mfwfwts. Twit. PAPER Cincinnati Paper Warehouse.1 CHATPIELD & WOOD3, MAKtriOTCBEBI iND WROMv3iLI " . t , ,. i . , - .. .. ' 3?aper; D ealers, 77 and 79 Walnut SUeet,; CINCINNATI, OHIO. ,1 ,r. : ..;.". 'j ! 1 EF.P CONSTANTLY ON HAND RUtEl" JV Cap, Letter and Note Papers, Printers Flat Cans. Folios. Plain Letter and Note Pa. pert. Royal, Medium and Demy H'riiing Pa pers, Sole Agents for ths celebrated IVAHH0E KILLS WRITING PAPERS " , 'AIoMannracturers of BOOK ' AND NEWS PAPERS PAPER IIAGH. J rl Also on hand. Grocers' Wrapping Pane Manilla Papers for Drugirlxts and Dry lioorl use. aricl a complete hock ul LLA lllr.HS AC 3 JtlNDEKH'TUULS. Binders fitted out complete, in Tools an Materials. Orders bvmail prompMr fllled.' feW-' GROCERIES. , j SCO 26 Front SU cor. of Court. WHOLESALE GROCERS! Cotton Factors, Commission ' ' Merchants, Plantation d- Family Supplie. -. ..ii'1 ; . ' ' BOAT & BAR 8TORE3,! Wines, Liquors and Cigars T00F, PHILLIPS & CIUCDE, A KK. A3 CSUAL. WELL SCrpMH with every variety of roods in the abut deparuaenta, and are, as aoretoiore, prepur to oner inducemenla to alii CLOSE CASH BUYER? . . " ... ' -. Equal to any house in the Ponthwest, and ronunueto ecmpele with the Cincinnati at Bu Loait markets, in nuaiity of Uooas, I prices end ejuiok dispatch of all business trn.tad ti nur care. ' ' " ConsignmenU of Cotton reapectfullyaolicii and strict tuutiot paid V inalrnctions respe. log tbe same. AU thiaueaia, trkathev by r ev eieaaiboait. eevered by ear open policy insurance., nnleee othemise instructed. T00F, PHILLIPS k CIRODE, a Sm ys Frnrt v-. Ittfls 'Isstetl MHiont irST kEClUYKD, AND iuR 8ALt BV JItTR. ETEBBINS k PtLLEN. JalO , T.i Mn it IMatetl X'awtrns. A T THS CHINA 8I0RE OF 1. MriB, STEBBINS PtLLIN. ZTS at auratret M te Dr, Will. D. 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