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1'UBLIO LEDGER. Oiacr. No. 1 Madiison Wlrsset UKGEST C1TT CIRCULATION l. ii L I ... A.. .. DEBEKTED, Tin river flowed with the light on iti bre; ft ,tid the round red sun went down in the west, sea my love loving tips to my ups wi Cnder tne evening iky , ' Now weeping alone by the river I stray. lor y lo bu left me this many a day I Lett me to droop ana die. Mill rivet flowed then, the river flows still. In ripple and foam end spray, ' On ty the church, and round by the hill, .And under the iluica of the old burnt mill. Hut 1 love it no more, for delight trows w'hen the eon is sung and the taleistold And the heart la given a). Ob, river, run far 1 Oh, river, run fast ! JB, weeas, noat out. to iuo , ... For the aun baa gone down on my beautitul And tie hopes that like bread on the waters fcnvVdrifted away like thee I -Sothe dream it ia fled, and tlio day it Audniir lipi atill murmur the name of oi Who will never come back to me I BY TELEGRAPH .VftHtolattMl Press Dispatch?, From New York. - Ssv York, May 21 South American datee to the 13th have been received. The 3pnijh fleet bombarded Callao on the 2d. They were repulsed, however, unthlos?; tio damage to the city. Ad miral Nnnan was badly wounded by the udoslon of a battery. The fifiht lasted four hours, and terminated by the with- drawnl of the Spanish fleet Only i00 nrAMh i.f nmnprlv whs dclroyed. The ..... ... ... , r- Spitnisli loss 13 supposed to be hpavy. Tho news of the Spanish defeat was re ceived with great enthusinm by the in habitants of Pannma. Tim Tiiha lms arrived. Cotton has tie- rlined i to Id. Sales of the week, -lC,- 000 boles. There has been a finaneial panic, and the bank rates have advanced from 9 to 10f. 5-20'a 04 to 6j. Consols fih )n FridflV rottnn was dull, finrley 1 Co . have failed. On Sntnrday , cot tnn a.lvan red d. Sales 20,000 mid dling uplands at 12R Conwls Pf. 6-50" f.8. Valparaiso advices of the Vlh snys that the blockade had been rnised, and the import and export duties were being en forced Con mi buoyant. Soles to-dny 3,000 bales, nt aS to 40c; flour dull and 10c lower ; Southern, S 10 1C lo $10 75, 2 under Western ; corn, active and ad vanced le;" pork, dull at $30 25; whisky, dull at S2 2fi to $2 2"; sugar steady; nnvil stores quiet; turpentine, 95c; jjld clo?ed at "2c, owing to the news per . tie Cuba. The eaports of specie for the week esiirg Saturday was $3,703,025, the l,?st shipment ever made in the same '.ength of time. The Government sold lately to keep down prices. The change of improvement in the condition of Jef ferson Davis was etTected by his wife's appeal to the President, who promptly complied with her request. From Eaatpoit. EilifoBT, Me., May 28. The arsenal wi broken open on Saturday niht, ns it is supposed for the purpose of getting ermi belonging to the Fenians, and which had been attached for debts. Only ten or twelve Fenians are all that is left of t'leir grand army. -' From New Orleans. lit OftttANs, May 21. Sales of cot ton to-day, 1800 bales, at 31(35c. AM the Red river country is flooded, and also Jefferson, Texas, by the cre vasses on Bayou Lafourche. dov. Sharkey, of Mississippi, is here, direct from Washington, and expresses great confidence in the President Thomas A. Adams, Chief of Police, has hf en auspended for fifteen days for refusing to arrest peaceable citizen for carrying firenrmg. From Europe. Via Qneenslown, we have Liverpool dates to tne .win uu. . The prospect for peace is based on the belief of concessions on the part of Aus . ti - - i . : i : . - r- .1. .. . .u x-.. ropean Congress, as reported from . Vienna la it, had raised troops for Mex ico. The steamers Imperiale and Eu yenie, from Mexico, have arrived at Vienna, with troops and nine million francs, including three million for the French Treasury from New Orleans. From Washington. Waihisctos, May 21. In deference to the physical inability of Senator Fes aooden to enter opon the discussion on the Reconstruction resolutions to-dny, as per agreement, it was postponed until Wednesday. The consideration of the Colorado bill and veto was also postponed. The remainder of the session wai con turned by debates on business re lative to the District of Columbia. The House passed a resolution of the Select Committeeto make a personal ex amination uf the Freedmen's Bureau oce daring the extra term which it tig been in operation. Geo. Howard, of the Freedmen s Bo rsun, his issued orders, in which among ..;her particulars, he calls the attention . f all officers to reports in circulation cenctrning acts cf cruelty toward the fre?droen on their own post, and to re port their direct actions in rendering ac cscota, and also says every officer so e CsaeJ itall have an opportunity before a acct nartiaL The order also forbids ioi!B:eBt8 cf officers in planting, el the CeffttiJS'oner wys soch action will t:ot laeritably lead to corruption, as it ilyi bJ bitter accusations. Ccamander Smith, late of the Con fdrat nary, was pardoned by the Frcildeat to-daT, cpon the recoramen ia::o8 cf eerer! prominent Republicans ad other. Henry Brafg. of Missoun, lte aa cc;r ia the C- . A., was also ja djtsi Tae Chicaeo Times tart that it koepa a police justice busy all the time at the stution-house in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, marrying people who nhonld have mar ried before getting there ' COMMISSION. i. w. uoaarsox. w. rtonTHASTta MORRISON & CO., COMMISSION MEROH'TS And dealers In , Feed and all Western Produee, No. 348 Beoond Street, Between Qayoto and Union. UROMPT ATTENTION PAID TO ALL J, bupinesa entreated to na. uruera aonriin Liberal advanced made on eonalfnmentj. MORRISON A CO. Mimrms. May 11. im. PIIiHl B. M. BLACK. ' JAMES .WHITE, Memphia, Tenn. Late Mayayille, k O.U. CAMRON. Late Maysville. kv. BLACK, CAMRON & CO., Produce and Commission MERCHANTS,-" Charlaston Ave., near X. C. E. B. Depot, MEMPHIS, TESW. CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED. PROMPT j attention given io an diwidoh. our care, and orders for Provenderand VUnta low" at ritea. All order, left at 322 Front atreet will be promptly attenaeau tT-1".. r. Noaroy, , t IT. J. St-At-OHTKB. Late of Padueab. I Late of 6U Louia D. H. Wisdow. Lale ofClarksville.Tenn. NORTOX, SLAICHTEB & (0., Cotton and Tobacoo Faotora, AND (ieneral.CommlssIon .Merchants 40 Broad Street. New York. V. M. Farmer, CorrespondeHl. IK MAKF. LIBERAL ADVANCKS On If onnaiirumenta of Comm. REFERENCES IN MEMPHIS. I. n. Kirtlfind. Hill Co., Banker... . W. C. McClure, Cashier Bank of Memphis. J. W. PK. C'ahier Commercial Bank. OeorK W . Trotter. Cotton Factor. Wui. A. Goodwyn, Cotton Factor. Bcnj. Bahh, CotU.n Factor. Corunna, Xauui tt Co., Cotton Factors. nrft-Pm . COAL. BRIGGS& PETERSON Wholesale i rJT,,i'--J--.. -. and Bill BEST PITTSBURG COAL, Xo. 1 MailUon Street. In thi- -ol)llr Ledfter llullditi, MEMPHIS, TENN f rK WOl'LD RESPECTFl'LLY INFORM I t the public cenerally. tliat we are prepared to deliver the best article of Pittsburg Co al At any point in the city. ON THE VERY LOWEST TERMS We also have meani of furnisnint COAL TO HTKAMHOAla Rapidly and promptly. Of which commander, would do well to avail themselves. Our faet-runninc team-rof LAUREL, Captain W H Sebree, Commander, Ia alwaya ready to do towinc of any description or distance, iter landing ia at the Foot of Union Htrtan, Office, No. 13 Madiaon Street, Between Main and Front Street, BRANCH OFFICE 354) MAIN ST. MR. J. II. MOSELEY, Our General Aient. will be happy to fill a! order, promptly at the loweat eaa price. ma,-.im LECAL. ' Law Bide Common Law and Chan cery Court OF THE CiTT OF MEMPHI3. Cian'a Orrica. Mar 1. 13CA. Thomas P. Ruby, Plaintiff,) vs. V Attachment Bolt. Jamee B. Trieir. Defead't. J VFFIUAVII FOR ATTACHMENT HAV ic been made in thii ease in rurs oance of ertin Mu of the end of Tennesaee. and at tachment havinf boea issued and returned by the proper oSinen i cried, etc., on the property of the defendant, Jaaee B.TrUc. it ia there fnreonlered thataaid defendant appear at the Court House in the city of Memphis, Tenn., on or oeiore me eecona monaa? in June next, ana defend this suit, or the eame will be taken for confessed as to bint aodlueeaM eat for bearisf ei pane, and that a copy of tbie order ba pab- lisben once a woea tor mar cooaecauve wetas ia tiw Uempbia Pret'c Ltocta. JOHN lKNOTAN,Cierk. A copy: A-orr.v. Jk I rrnr. Att y lor riajnuo. niT-lawt - Law Bide Common Law and Chan cery Court Of tbe city of Memphis. Cisaa'a Orrica. May 1. lew. R-iocls F. Arau. i"iajiufl. ) ra. ( Anacunrai saii- m. n. Lare. fefredast. ) FiIDAVII FuR AT7AC k in$ been made in this ease in pursuance of aectioa Sti of tne code of Tezneswe. and at tachmenl hail.f bees ieaed aad returned by the proper oer lerlei, ete., on the r nr.erCy Cf the defendant, VTm E. Lane, it U tcertior ordered that eeid ef-odnnt arpear at the Court Uosse. ta the city cf Memphia, Tena.J :n cr bvfi r the eeoond Moalay ta June cert. aid defecd toil natt. or U aame will be LJtea Ut cunfeeted at to aim aad the eaa act for aearint ci r arte, and that a coiy of t&ia order be pab Labed onoeaweek for fear coaaecaUra weeka U ue Pr.it: AR?.:Tr.s.or, AtforntT Tjt PUint. teys lsrit Civil una Military BLANKS Fcr Sal at thia ee. . .. DRIMTINC. MEUICAI.. . Win "'' . rJU. . . ... T " OOOD WORK. CASH PRICES Pnnctaality Before All Thinga WIllTyiOKL' KilOTIIERS, Projinelori sl THE PUBLIC LEDGER HTKAJil JOB PRINTING HOUSE .13 JtfiullHon Slret. JU.'ii-: '.'! i i j i '.j! Havltignow in full ari l Ifteoperation The Uook and Jo ipartments Oi thia extensive estHlilL'hiiient, we take this mode of calling the attention of our patrons and friends, and the public t enerally, to our new STEAM ARRANOEMENTS. Thi.- ia nnfl tKe Iui7iit aVn'l best f pointed I'rinliui? lion in tb SnuthwtMt, and ill v aNium LO einv in mo r.i h- mtanif iwi cilitie tr entvutinr with Cheapueaa, K eat u eaa and Uiapatoh, Printing nf rnvmrv rartPtV oni in ETIT Color. It eannot no nuri'AM or any etahiinmeni r.un orNTOtn. A LI. KI.IS OF WORK, Kither lo Plain or Ornamental Type Plain Black. Colored Inka, Gold Leaf and Broncea, In every manner known to the profeasio i, a nnma iir anitti. 4 ENCLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN MlIJVXINt. BOOKN ANI PAMPHLETS Printed with beautifully rut type. Ornamental, Plain and Fansy Steamboat Printing, Soeclmena always onl band at our Conntim Room. INVITATION CARDS And BALL TICKETS, Illuminated with the latest ornamental and ball room scene. Our leree awortment of type fot SHOW BILLS AND POSTERS is not excelled In the United Sutes. Tbe Large I'lctorlaU Can now be aa readily and cheaply done at this office as they are in the East, ton aa hand some style. We hare in our office the largest size Presie now in use. tog-eiber with Steam Jobbers & Power Presses In addition to our extra large type, we have solendid assortment of small nlain and fancy obLettera suitable for fine work. BUSINESS CARDS AND CIRCULARS Done In handsome style, with suitable enrrav- ins represeo.'inr bastness. DIPLOMAT Fotschoo'., and eollei,-es printed equal lo cop. perpiate. Masons'. fV14 Fellows', and Sonsnf Temperance CONHT1TUTIONH Printed In element style. Our Prieee Have Been Beducad. And bow will compare with the cheapest recu arly established Job Offices in New York or Philadelphia. We are enabled to print CARDS AND BILL HEADS With treat celerity, and onr prices) are propor tionately lower. Prompt and particular attention sjren to ainaa oi Military " Kaliroad PRINTING Bills tad i nr. Funeral Notices, Bank Check, Cataioruea, Circaiars of all kinds, iiat Tiri. Inormae Policies. Blank Deeds. IM Heals Labels. Autl" Hiils. PrcrraTnmea. Pmy Tickets, Pcnodical". Njtiiee. Wartimes, iank Reeetrts, Lieetiua Ti-keU, COUHTRT 8T0RD BILLS Of every descrlptlna, Uiumlnated wi'.h roiulie device, such as railroad can, steamboats, etc. ELAKK BOCKS, Witi printed fceada, toretber with every k'tl f Plaui and Fancy W ork done with diiepatca. irarrxoRi bxotbers ;1S Madiaoa itneL MEDICAL. DR. BOH ANN AN, Nos. 50 and 53, Fine Street, : , Between Third and Fourth, - ; HT. LOUIS, - - - IISSOl7RI Established In St. Lonls In 1837. riTh K3 ALL DISEASES WITnOUT MEh -eury, and in the shortest time possible, be being the discoverer of ' ! VEGETABLE REMEDIES That will eradicate all traces of VKKEBEAL ilaKASE. BrBhllli, OonotThea, Gleet, Strieturea, yp Merourial AffeoUoaa, , And diseases of the skin, yield I immediately to his rt VEGETABLE MEDICINES. He cures all eases In a short time. Beeent eases of Gonorrhea and Syphilis positively cured in a few daya. He does not confine his practice to tbe treatment of Venereal Aflections, but is ns renerslaa that of any other physician. All FEMALE COMPLAINTS AND OBdlBl'C TIOXS temoved in a short time. The utmost secrecy ean be depended on. and those desirous of consulting him by mail ran do so by enclosing stamp. . . Address DK. C. A. BOITAKSAN, Nos. 50 i 52 Pine, bet. Third and Fourth sts.. Bl. 1A1 is. niv. SEMINAL WEAKNESS CURED. DR. BOHANNAN a VEUETABI.E KLnC tnarv. a pleaant and palatable cure for spermatorrhea or seminal weakness. This rem edy, which haa been used by tbe renowned Dr. buhannan In nil private practice ior over twenty. fiva years, was never known to fail in curing the worst rases of seminal weakness in frnm two to five weeks. Afterovertwentr-five years' use in private practice, it is now adver tised solely for the benefit uf the unfortunates to save them from the bands of meroiietf nuacks, if not from the grave. Price $i a box ent to all paru of tha country. For sale at Dr. Bo hnnnan's office. No. 60 Pine strset, between Third and Fourth. Established in St. Louis in 1H37. MEDICAL ADVICE FREE. 4 LL THOSE WITO ARK KCFFER1NU from "Spermatorrhea" or "Seminal Weak ness," or any Private Disease, or are in doubt as to the exact nature of their comnlsint. should send atenee for Dr. Bohannan'a Treatise on Special Diseases, which gives a mil descrip tion, symptoms, etc., of all "Chronio" and "Snecial" diseases, as to leave no room ior doubt. This valuable work is sent FREE to any address. Direct to Dr. C. A. BOH AN A AN. N os. .Vi and 52 Pine street, between Third and Fourth streets, St. Louis, Mo. Established in St. Lonis in 1H37. ai2u-3m LADfES DESIRING A CLEAR AND rlniTitnm ''HU DELIOHTFUL TOILET ARTICLE A hasnoeoual lor r reserving anu lleautityiug tbe Complexion and Skin. Depot. 74 Fulton Street. N. Y. Pold by Drqggi.ts everywhere. t5-1y DRY COODS. 9 01 n o o o p w H n Q r P 0 o CD i O s P5 W 1? o O be a OQ a 'SA t 'f-iA mm aV H a H at r 'w w h P .Y I K - N 91 o : ? 9 C 7 C5 -J Ui r. u hr. 1 o O H X P5 M a eyt as - PI O X b 0 0 CD Q H Pk Q H O u 5 0 u H b x M v M J -1 us. 3 o o n O Admlnlsitralor,s Koilce. THE CNDEBSIGNED HAVINO OCALI tei a the adminittratrix of James Armour, deceased, before the Coaaty Coort of fcri'lv coccty. tne creditors of sai anaie are B"tif.d to present their claim, fr pavment within the time prcTibd by lw. end per-es tnd'tiej the aadertifiied at her ridence i Ws4io ' street.. EMILY ARMOl R. ap?-1aw4t AdtntiHerrainx. THE BONA FIDE , , GIF r CONCERT! ,. , Comprising the entire Stovk of CLARK & SAY LOR, .TEWELEItN, 110 Dearborn St., Chicago, III. , . . ' .-it.- - TO UK OlVtX ST . . I M.MITI1 al MXOVM 1IALI4 i . ! 4 : . . ! i '' ' Mv wth, isnn. $10,000 in - Greenbacks, FIRST.OIFT. $5,000 in Greenbacks, . SECOND GIFT. " ' ' ' J ' 1 One HOUSE AND LOT near Union Park, in City of Chicago, M.OOO. 5,000 (;ifH $1 Greenback Earn. 'Also, the following gifts: OOLD WATCHES, SILVER WATCHES. DIAMOND RINGS, DIAMOND PINS, . SOLID SILVER GOODS. Bogeri Bros.' BUver-Plated Good. . I Oia in Greenbacks...'......- .tVi00 1 House and Lot aituatedon West Hide, in Chicago, near I'nion Park-.. WOO 5000 Oifis of $1 Ureeiibacks each...... 64M 19 Gold Watchea, KnglUh Lever. UK, ' valued from $100 to 35(10 61 Silver Watches, val. from Vi5to$l2... tlttt 12 Diamond Pius, valued from V to ilii WO 172 Rings, consisting of Amethyst. Topas, Blood btone. Pearls and Gems, and ' 18 K. soiiu gold Rings, valued from 5to$S 1798 21 UK. and lit K. Gold chains, valued from 35to 10t). 1079 53 Ladies' hots, consisting of Amethyst, Garnet, Onyx. Pearl. Coral and Id f'l'd gold. val. from $35 to jlou. 111ft 81 Seta Limit.' Kar rings, consisting of t Amethst, Kuauiel. and 18 K. solid (old, valued from lAI to 50 1115 77 Ladies' Pins, consisting of Amethyst, Topas, and 18 K. solid gold, valued from taj to $50 950 .326 Genu' 18 K. and 16 K. Gold Pins. val. from J to $M 1780 72old and Silver Thimbles. lid 211 Gold bracelets, valued from in to VU.. 272 73 Watch Keys and Sets of Charms, 18 K. and lti K. solid gold, valued from 6tol.', .. 600 in ueld Lorketa 18 K.. valued from HO to 20- 130 99 RttsSleeve Buttons, val. frcm 5 to $25 W0 A.: n.nt.' ...J. lu I 1- U I $4to20.- 303 6 0oldToothPicka,$4 lLVEn.PI..4TED WARE. 4 Plated Tea Sets, 6 pieces, Rogers A Bro.'s manuiacture. val. from $90 to125 . ,15 2 Plated I'n.s. $100. 'ju l riated i.iquor htan4 of 3 Bohemian . Glass Bottles- - .. fO 1 Plated Pickle Stand. - .. 25 1 dated f ruit Basket-..- -.. 25 1 Plated Toilet Set 40 14 Silver plated Trays, valued, from $20 to $100 615 2 Ice Pitchers. $25 SO 198 Kxtra Plated Castors, 5 and 6 bottles, valued from $0 to S25 . 1914 20 Extra Plated Cake Baskets, val. from $15toai .. 850 45 Plated Goblets, gold lined, $5.- 125 12 Plated Syrup Mugs.!1) - Set 3 Plated Butter Dishes, $15. 45 75 Extra Plated Cups, val. from $3 to 15- 300 1 Pair Salts, in rase, gold lined, $15 ... 15 6 Plated Card Receivers, f 12 72 27 Plated Soup and Gravy Ladles, valued frnm 2 50 to $8 - 90 150 Sets Plated Forks, 12, 8 and 4 01., val. from $1 to $7 ... 850 150 Sets Plated Table Spoons, 12. 8 and 4 os.. valued from t to $7. 850 150 Sets Plated Dessert Spoons, 12, 8 and 4 01., valued from $4 to is. .. 750 18 Fish Knives, valued from $6 to $7... 120 Itsi Plated Butler Knives, $1 25. - 125 liSI Plated Sugar Spoons, 1 (Q 3UI Pairs plated Mustard and Salt Spoons $1 300 500 Plated Napkin Rings, valued from $1 to $1 25. 2 1 Set Indiv.dual Salts, in rase. $6 50 Pieces Assorted Plated Articlea. $7. 360 1 Pair Flower Vases, $15 15 6 Opera Glasses, $12 and $15 81 1 Pair Solid Silver Salts, gold lined, $20 20 2 Solid Silver Jolly Spoons. $10...- 20 6 Solid Silver Vest Chains, $10 60 5 Children's Sets Knife, Fork and Spoon, incase, $.. 125 1 Solid SilVf r Tobacco Box. $35 -. 35 H Dozen Solid Silver Tea Spoons, $20...- 29 2 Silver Card Cases, $15 - 30 11 Silver Napkin Rings, from $5 to $10.... 87 CLOCKS. 2 Frencn Cl icks, $ 1V) 1 French Clock...- 50 9 French Brnnse Clocks, val. $10 to $20- 144 34 Clocks, valued from Kito $12 231 lit? pocket Knives, valued from 75c to $3.- 23 50 Ladies' Cbatelanes. with Pins. k5. 2M r? Kolid Gold Gifts, $2 - . fti 8i75 Uifts valued at 25S EVERY GIFT NAMED WILL RE DRAW.V. EVERT FIFTH TICKET WILL DRAW O I FT. The Largest Gift $5000. A Ticket cvets bat ONE DOLLAR, and it may It only cost. ON K DOLLAR invest it AT ONCE. ELETEX TICKETS FOB $10. KOTT TO SEND jiOSET. sa-'.c-y can te r.t at oar rik by Craft. Ex frc.,. posteSice Or der, or Resrtered Letter. Editor, postmasters, and Geoeral Deaiert are requested to act as Agents, to whom wa will altw thfniiennimissioaea all tbe tickets ordered. Agenu will be eupplied with the bo"ks. upon at plication, for free distribution. Ad Jres. ail orders to CLARK A SATLOR, Jesreleva. lee Dearb-n street. Chieao. Ii- T-rf' e brewer. tM. sHn-i M namp for renra poetag. rln rtewnuegyoa wtta the above u. w would acy that tte g-daraU cftaeanest auaiity, end wer pircfcased for ta trwlass retaU trad of Cnicago. Ail etoods waivaaud as rprwntd. Cai ani txanun the roods. CLARK A SAYLORTJewelerv )k lrbora street, Chicago, ill. r"TI7EEI5. $L ep-fw Jlfelropolllnii Enterprlne. i i i . . i .1 ; .- GREAT GIFT SALE . .! i : THE, - NEW YOKK AND PROVIDKNCU Jewelers' Association, ; Capital, $1,000,000 Depot, 197 Broadway. A ti IMMKN'HK STOCK OV PIANUS J Watches, jewelry, and Fancy Goods, all tube sold for ONE DOLLARoaoh. without re gard to value, and not to be paid for till you nee wnst you win receive. CERTIFICATES, naming each article, and Its value, are placed in sealed envelopes and wall mixed. One of these envelnnea will be sent by mail to any address on receipt of 26 eentsi uveiorti; eleven ior-'; tnirty torvai sixtv-flvafnr10i and one hundred for 15. Uu receipt of the Certiflcate you will see what you are going to have, and thon it ia at your option ta pay tbe dollar and take the article or nut, rurcliHsers may tuus ooiaiu a uoiu Watch, Diamond Ring, a Piano, Sewing Ma. china, or anv set of .lewelry on our list, for al and In no case can they get less than Una Dol lar's worth, ss there are no blanks. Agents are wanted In every town In the selling our Certiorates in the greatest sale of Jewelry ever knawn. Senai WS cents for a Certinrate. which will In form yon what yon can obtain fori I. At the same time get onr circular, containing full list and particulars ; also, lrrm to AgrMu. Address, J AMES HUTCHINSON 4 CO., mar28-3m 197 Broadway, N. V. WATCHES, JEWELRY, DIAMONDS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Hilvprwsti, Ilromea, etc., ' . WOKTK OVta ; ONE MILLION DOLLARS! if All to be sold at FIVE DOLLARS each, with out regard to value, AND NOT TO BE PAID FOH Until you know what you ara to receive 111 GOLD AiN'D SILVER WATCHES 1 f OO were distributed among the pations ot fariinson a uo. during the montn oj Jan nary. lHt'id. Read the comments by the press, speaking of the firm in the most complimentary manner : " A most industrious and prosperous house." Shippensburgh, Pa.. .S'enfiW. " Give all who deal with them perfect satisfaction." Dunkirk, K. Y., Journal. " Enjoy a high rep utation for honorable dealing and the quality of their goods "Sew Palts. ti. Y., JVmes. " Perfectly reliable and will do all tney prom ise." Nyack, '. V., Cilyand Vounlu. "Sisud high for honesty and fair dealing." Fishkill, N. Y., Journal. "Honorable and fair dealing mea." Stapleton, N. Y- Journal. "Una ol the oldest and most reliable firms in business." Canaioharie. N. Y.. Hndii. ''Keen their word and aet honorably by tbeir patrons.' Lyons, . rrm. otsj Solid Gold Hunting Watches 1300 to 750 out) Magic cased Uoid atcnes....... tm to ami 00 Ladies' Enameled Watches...... 100 to 500 5tO Diamond Cluster Ladies' Sets... l to 700 1OU0 Diamond Solitaire Ringf .- 75 to 250 HmO Heavy Silver Hunting Watches 75 to 150 1(X0 Open-face Silver Watches 20 to 75 ltsw Silver and Mahogany Musical Boxes -.-...-...... Il10 Silver Dining Sets.. ... 1.4J0 Silver Tea Sets, complete KJ Silver I'rns and Salvers ...... 100 to 500 75 to aso so tea 10 75 to 250 '74 to 800 25 to 75 75 to 35(1 25 to 76 15 to 50 25 to 10 15 to 60 25 to 300 !m Seven Chamber Revolvers 25H0 Patent Single Barrel l'iatols... 2it0 Richly Framed Gil Paintings.... 2500 Elegant Pearl Opera Glasses aimO Mammoth Photograph Albums. SOU) Cluster Diamond King n) Ladies' Oval Bracelets- .tVKl Geld Chains or different designs tfOO-Gnld Thimbles, rba-ed 10,000 Signet and Plain Gold Rings- 10,0110 Geutlemen's Scarf Pins 12.500 Brooches and Ear Drops-. ....... . 5 to 5u 5 to 75 6 to 50 ' 6 to 35 12.5(10 Oold Lockets, double clasa.... 5 to 10 to 5 to 10,0(10 Gold Pens and Gold Holders... ln.OHO Sets Studs and Sleeve Buttons. 6000 Silver Goblets and Drinking. Cups...- - .. 5 to 50 6000 Sets Tea.Table A Dessert Spoons 10 to 25 511OO Sets Tea. Table A Dessert Forks 10 to 25 5ii0 Hets Tea.Table Dessert Knives 10 to 25 25(0 Revolving Silver Castors.. 25 to 75 2500 Silver Cake and Fruit Baskets- 25 to 75 12,5(10 Wineholders and other articles. 5 to 75 To immediately dispose of tbe above mngnifi- cent stock, certificates naming the articles are laced in sealed envelopes and well mixed, older, ara entitled to the articles named 00 tbeir certificate upon payment of 15, whether it bea beautiful Watch, or a Musical Box worth $500, or a Plain Gold Ring, worth $5. Tha re turn of any of our certificates entitles you to the article mentioned thereon, upon payment, irre spective of its woilo, and as no article valued less than $5 is named on any certificate, it will at onoe be seen that this is No Lottery, but a straightforward le gitimate transaction, wbion may be par ticipated in ey tbe moat faatidloua I VAny one wishing to invest in the above enterprise ean receive a sample package of a balf-dosen certificates, naming some of the above articles, by sending a stamped envelope bearing tbeir address. Certificates not to be paid for unless fully satisfactory. We do this that all may be convinced of onr sincerity and the genuineness of our sale. Call on nraddraas, PABKINBON CO.. TnarU-?m l"S Broadway, X. Y. PROFESSIONAL. 'Rye, Throat 40 LUNG DISEASES I) It, CKEIMITOYS OFFICE HOURS FOR these Specialities are from to 9 o'clock a. ., aad from S to 8 o'clock p. m. Persons wishing Dr. CreUhton's senioea must consult this arrangement. Office in Drugstore, No. 4i4 Main Street, south of AerFeet for Professional Visits, each. Ten Dollars. mar5-3m WM. H. MORGAN, A.T XO R N K Y'sAT.LAW aKD GENERAL CLAIM ACEXT, Commhtinner of Deeds, Etc., Over Desoto Insurance Company, Desoto Block MADISON STREET, ap5-3m WKMPJJJS. TKS1I. DR. D. S. JOHNSON, rOBMKBLY Of HEW OBLKANS, 18 NOW PKRMANINTLT LOCATED IN A Memi ipbis, Ienm OfSce SIO Mala street, Betweem Adamg aad Weahlaf to eireeta, Where the Doctor eaa be Consulted os all dis eases of a private nature. Cure Guaranteed 01 No Pay, EeenU without delay. tr.so-; jj, 9 Jonypy. v. r. rcEOK E"A MT" Ice Cream I Ice Cream I ! JOSEPH SPECIIT, Wo. 37 Madiaoa Street 'FEE 0LDE3T CONFECTIONER IN KEM 1 I his. has refitted ace return. -bed hit erell Imvs ftio'm. Isi tint elsa mta for ladies and geatiemea. wbe "id be always waiPsi spea Ly polite aad attenttre waiter. rf-Oriere for part ies. wwldiers, i-i-s. etc I'.led at the shortest notice. By-lm BANKING. ,' 'i ' TEXKKNI!H- NATIONAL li A N K . - Designated Dopository - k. f AC! 'J .iifi 'inanciia 1 . A.n:N'r ' OP THK ('SITED STATUS. .;' - - : r Docs a General Bniiklne Business . " ," '! . ,, . -ND , , Makes Cilhditms in Southerp Stair (In favorable Tern s. MAIN WTU II! HIT, Oltl Mnmlpf the PMnnlersi linnlt CEO. R. RUTTER. President. f. B. HUTCHINSON, A'Joe Prci't. WALTER S. MOROAN, Carhier. Z niyl-ltn J. (I. CoiiEX, Csshier 1st Nal'l Hank, Nathvllle S. II. Tobi v, ItiteUiiHing A 'iohey, Aleinphis. J. C. llHIlfINd, lalellrilliiigATubey, Memphis OODEX, TOIIKY al CO., BANKERS and BROKERS, No. 16 Jefferson Street, WILL RECEIVE V EPOS ITS, ' Iluy and svll Gold, Nilvcr, F.x'liiiiij;t 1 iK'iirrciit Money, And all kinds ol ' ' ' Qovot'inufnt Sooni'itiw. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO CO O lections, snd Remiitnnevs -uflo ''imntl . EXCHANGE on New York always sn ai2."-.'ia GAY0S0 SAVINGS IXST1TITI0X, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, BANKING HOUSE, .o. 10 Miitllhou Klroel. riiniS INSTITUTION. OROANIZED IN X continues to tmnsact a general Banking l ExehanKe business. WILL RECEIVE DEPOSITS, ' ' BUT AND SELL, Foreign and IfoincMir Exchange, ' Gold, Silver, and 1'iicnrrc nt " , . :,!, f I i .. (MOIIOJ'. . . 1: j I w ....t Sella Kxchaiige In Sums to hull I'ur ehasers, 011 London and all the lead ing; cttlea of the Inlted States, and will made Collections on all ncci svt . ble places In the South and West. E. M. ATERY, Cashier.. , ' ' JOIINC. LAMER, President aflO-tjyl TRANSPORTATION. MEMPHIS AND OHIO 1 1 AILROAI), 5"VKOIiir - vdaj Bhorteit, Quickest and Best Route TO ALL POINT.-i North, East and West ! TWO DAILY PASSENGER TRAINS. SPEED, SAFETY A COMFORT COMBINED Baggage Checked Through. Elegant Bleeping' Can on aU Bight Traiot. TO CAIRO BT RAIL IN FIFTEEN HOURS. A I L T MAIL PASSENGER TRAIN (Kiinrikva excented). leaves MemohiS St 0 a.m.. makint close connection at Hum boldt with Mobile aud Ohio Kailroad for Mo bile, Meridian, Columbus, Corinth, Jackson, Trenton, Union Ciiy, Paducah. Columbus. K'., anl all stations on that road, and (it Cairo with Illinois Central Railroad for all Horthirn an.1 aaatern cities. Night Expten at 8 p.m. every day. This train Is especially for thrnusrh travel. It ia furnished with new and commodious, well vnntilated mrx. elesant and solendid sleepinit eara, and toes throush without any rhsnie ot cars or bacxaxe. makinx close eonnections at Cairo with through Express trains on llliooi. Central Railroad at 11 a.m., reachinx rt. Louis frnm Memphis in hours; Louisville m jU bourn: Cincinneti in 30 hours: making this the shortest, quickest and best route to all point North and fcast. ... Tkm..h Tii-kef. for sale at all the nrincioal Ticket Olficea in the8outh; in Meaiphis, at tlayoso House, 8. Cook, Agent; 14 Jefferson street, Larry Ilarmstad, Axent ; at Memphis and Ohio Railroad Denot. head of Main street. ap2-trn Qeneiai Pupwrintendent. IMPORTANT TO TRAVELERS Mempble and tbe Eastern Citiee, The Great Broad-Oange . Atlaullo and Great Western; RAILWAY r8 NOW OPEN, AND RUNNING TWO L dailr fast Kii.ress Trains from Cincinnati to Jiew iorkandall Easiern citis. Fns.enccri will find this e ajostdeairablervuie. Theequir asents of this road are unequalcd by any cn tho nntinent. Klemnt I'ala'e SiceMnx Cars a eoirpany all nii-lt trains, ar.d Sic.-VinB C.-rs "t au trains. Ample time is auwe,i a; renurr hours fnf trefiiN and the ur broken broaden withont chance filers to travelers a derrce til securitr, eoafort and fpeel not to be f tnd i sny other route. Connections via Cairo, c";. Louis or Chicago for this route are certain : nl' eonnertj-'n fir Pittsr-urg. i'hiladeii.hia, Balti more ami Ws.h'uirton. lickets had and bcr race checked throurh at a, I prim ii'Sl Snuih- ester 11 oicea, cr further Itiformation sri through ticket'. arp!r . . It jo:.'-r'on street E. B. BTINOT"N. 6 Jtiorson street. E.r. rtXLFu. Ceoeesl Tioket Agort. 1 D. MCLAREN. rnerl Snrerintrn.lee;. ISAAC FAIT. BarOT-'m icnl Southwest era At. i I i 1. 1 1 I 1 I