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PUBLIC LEDGER Office, No. 13 Madiaon Htr-ewjt L AEG EST CITY CIRCULATION poetrV. O From the Dublin University Magailne. . . THI TWO WORLDS. , Two worlds Ui ere are. Toonaourcyes westrain. Whose magic joya wa loan aot n again i Bright bus of murninc vails its glimmering gpere. ! 1 . . , Ah f truly breathed ws there rntnTinaiin i . . Olwi were our heart in that iweot realm of , fi evermore. Tha Invar tliera dmtiV her dalleious broath. c Whoee love bai yielded since to chauge or doath I . ', f The mother kissed hor child whose dayi are ; . ear. - ' m , . s Alas I too soon have tied We tee them visionsitrango amid tie Her armors. (. TU n.n uta nma maiden ncd (O P itlC ' The brown, brown hair that once M Wont to oling . . . .i. To temples Ion olay-eold : to the very eore , , They irike our weary heart , . 1 As some xod memory staris . ' From that IonsMod land the realm bf Nevermore."' It in perpetual summer there. But here, ....,11., wu MmAinlwr river clear. And harobells quiveringon the meadow floor: p or origmer nens anu niuer, . V..w iMndnr hart4 anil truer. ' People that hippy land the realm of Nayer- uioro. , ., , , ,e Upon Hie frontier of this thadowy land " i ,i 1 I i.i-i m nr 1 m a I uirmw. Ktnnd : What realm lie forward, with its happier store , ' . , J '. . of forests green and deep,' v- 111 vbIIav hit.hAii Bn slcitn. And lake moat peaceful 1 "in the laud, of w , Evermore. Very far oft its marble cities eeem : .. T J Very far off beyond onr sensual dreasa ' Its woods, unruffled by the wild wind roar: Yet does the turbulent surge Howl on ita very verge. i One moment and we breathe within the Evermore. . , ' . . 1 " . " i They whom we loved and loet so lout ago, JJ Ilwell in those cities far from mortal woe Haunt those fresh woodland, whence sweet Carolines soar! Eternal peace have they: , , jod wipes their tear away: Thev drink that river of life which flow for ' t , Evermore. ... ') Thither we hasten through these regions diui, But lo I the wide wings el the seraphim Shine on the sunset 1 Oi lhatjoyi.ua shore , Aur lightened hearts shall know . " Tha lifo f long ago : - Tha sorrow-burdened past shall fade r Evermore. BY TELEGRAPH MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES ; ; From Loniiville. i j Iyouisvji.LK, May 27. A krRp number of Peniana are reported to huve jfrino North this evening. A Cincinnati ipecia.1 to llir Vemm-tat surs that a terrible fire on thb east Vule ofI'ittabur? wai raging Jaat iiijjht, and at 8 o'clock this, morning Jh fire was still raging. Seventy-five baiUingt had already been destroved. .' v' '" From Europe , Nkw York, May 27-The Btcamer City of Boston, from Liverpoel, with . dates to the 17th, has arrived. Cotton ii weak galea for .two daya being 3,000 baleg; middling upland, ldjd; consols, 8C5(.'f71; 5-2fl, f.5j(J:C6 were the last quotation!. The uhunoot fur an European Congregg ' were improving, s. - f In both Honsej of the Britinh Parlia ment the- bombardment of Valparaiso has been received in tersno nfindignn- tion. Tha neutral altitude of the British Admiralty was defended atioT fully in dorsed by the Government " " The English premi and people' loudly demand a settlement of the account with Spain. , ,!.;.: An indignation meeting held in Liver pool adopk'd strung resolutions of pro test, ami also resolutions expressing their gratitude for the exertions of Com modore Rogers,' of the United States. .- The financial panic continues to sub side, thongh many deficiencies are yet anticipated, but the effect, it is believed would be less disastrous than former panics. The discount demand at the Bank of England crintinued wxtrwinlyi large'. The nominal rate remains 10 per rent There was also an active specie demand, owing to the conliuued number of aim pensions at Liverpool ' ." ' Tl)e situation is unchanged, . though the military attitude of the various pow ers is threatening. (''?, It is reported that Bismark receives daily warnings of imminent assassina tions. It is stated that Austria will, in few wevk", have nine hundred thousand men in the field. The large bodies of troops H.Mit Troll. Vienna had already effected a MuU-glc concentration on the Prussian frontier. Later advices via Qneenstown, state that the war question la unchanged, and there were more pacific rumors from Paris. ' ' ' ' ' 1 ' The chanee for .a Congress are im proving. A Trieste dispatch of the 10th, says the Austrian volunteers are a boot to pro ceed to Mexico, and will, it is stated, ail nnder the French flag. - Fannin k Bros., of Liverpool, have suspended. ' Their liabilities are heavy, but their assets are eonsiderbly greater than those who have suspended before. From Waahington. WasHiscTOK, May 27. In the Houm yesterday, the Tax bill being nnder con sideralion, Mr. Stevens offered an amend ment taking from the Secretary of the Treasury tha appointment of Special Commissioner of the Revenue, and pro Tiding that that officer shall be elected by Congress. Mr. Stevens remarked that be offered the amendment because the Secretary of the Treasury bad said that he would appoint no one who was opposed to the Presidt' policy, asd it was now time U build vail, Mr. Stevens said, to protect thoaw who supported na. ( , ( . Mr. Hall, A Republican, 1 reproved Stevens, and showed that Congress bas no power of appointing. Mr. Delano also defended the Secretary, who had no seat ia tka Hoaee, and wis thus ft rented from apeakicf kiiaeetimenUand asked, " Dare he not hava an opinion of lia own," Md m 0pi ions by a regular line nt the dictation of an individual T Just such acts aa this one of Stevens were creating very bad sentiment throughout the country. Ste vens being thus discomfited wtth bis amendment, promised to renew tt on Monday. The State Department has received information that the) Brazilian Govern ment is resolved to open tha coastwise trade to the ships of nil pations, , hi .'i From New York. ,. Ksw York, May 27. The ctty is re markably healthy, and all fears of the cholera have vanished. , ' . "t Oil City, on last Saturday, wns nearly destroyed by fire, Seveuty-hvu stores and eight hotels, forty dwelling church and seminary were burned. Iaihs $ 100,000. The specie shipment on Saturday was nearly $000,000, and on Wednesday over 700,000.. Total for the week, fl,100, 000 the largest in the history of the port,' for a week's time. . ,' ' ' ,1 ' From Nashville, a NiSimi-LK, Mny 27. The Tennessee Legislature having punned the Civil Rights bill, jJI the Frecdinen'a ConrLs of the State nrb abolished. ' ' . ' From Toronto. . ToROKTii, C. W., May 27 A riil ! habeas corpus has been granted in the case of a Fenian prisoner, and made re turnable next week. : .. , - From Fortieaa Mouroe. FoHTRKSft Movr.oE, May 27, O'Connor and Shea, Pavis' counsel, arrived here to-dav. MEDICAL. ' DR. BOHANNAN, Noa. 50 and 52 Fine Street, Between Third and Fourth, HT. LOUIS, --- MISSOUKI I slablisied In St. Louis (n K". .. j i , . - " .)- - inHBS i 1.1. DTSE ARKS WTTirOITT MER J cury, and in the shortest time passible, be bem( tbe discoverer at . t , , VEGETABLE ItEMEDIF.M That will eradicate all traces of VENEREAL UIJSJSASK. Syphilis. Gonorrhea, Oleet, Btrictaras, Mercurial Affections, And dirensesof the skin, yield immedintely te nis xrcat tiitlAULf; AltUit l. r... He cores all eases in a short time. Recent cases ol llonorrheaund hypbilisiNwilively cured in a few days. He docs uot contine his uractire to the treatment of Venereal Affections, but is as rcnernt ns that of any other nhyi'i:in. All FKMALK COMPLAINTS AND OLSTK1 C- TD'N.S removed in a short lime. $ The utmost sccresy can be depended on, and those desirous of consulting hitu by mail can do so by enclosing stutnii. Addres DR. C: A. BOHANNAN, Nos. 50 X .12 Fin beU Third aitd Fourth sis.. SEMINAL WEAKNESS CURED. T R. BOHANNAN'S VEGETABLE ELKC 1 tuary. a uleurant and nalatahle cure for siierinntorrhea or scuiinul weakness. This rem edy, which has been used by the renowned Dr. Bohannrtu in his nrivuto practice for over twenty-tiva years, was never known to fail in curing tha worst cases of seminal weakness in from two to live weeks. Afterovertwenty-ive years' use in private practice, it is now adver tised solely for the benefit of tbe unfortunates to save them from the bands of merciless quarks, if not from the grave. Price $5 a box sent to all parts of tbe country. For sale at Dr. H hsnnan's offrVe. No. M Pine strdet. betwtwn Third and Fourth. EftsAlished in SL Louis n 1M7. MEDICAL ADVICE FREE. VLL THOSE WHO ARE SUFFERING froui "riperuiatorrhca" or "Sminal Weak ness, or any Private Disease, or are in doubt as to the eiact nature of their cnuihltiinLsluiulil send at once for Dr. Itohannnn's Trcutise on Kpccijil Uieases. wliicli gives a fu I d. scrin- tion, symptoais, tc of all "Chronic''' and "SnrciaJ" diseases, ms Ui lt:nve no r,M,m ii.r doubt. This VHlushle work is sent FHKE to any address. Direct ti Dr. C. A. Hull ANNA N. sis. .v ana as riua eircot, neiw.n lliim aal Fourth slrwls. St. Louis. Mo. K.L&l.li.h, d In Si. Louis in inXi. a,J0-..in AIME8 DKMIUNu A ( LEAK AD ?f) ;,virt coMP rfnTTTrTr i x , i 'PHIS ItKI.IIIH TKIil. TOM FT SkTlri V 1 has bo enJ for Preserving and beautifying tbe Complexion and hkin. Depot. 74 Fulton Street, N. Y. 9nij Hv Prngyi.t ercrvwhcy. snr,-1v CROCERIES. CITT AND C01NTRT PEALEPwS, )LANTERS, RAILROAD AND LEVEE A f ontrartors, 1I01ISKK EKPERS, HKAHS OF FAMILIES, , . IlUTEL KEr-pfcKS, RESTAIKATKrRS. LIuLOR DEALERS. ANh SALOON KEEPERS In fart, all persons dasiroa; of purrbasing any thing in tha lina of Vaney or Staple Groceries, sLiquorM, ProtJxlon, Plantation or Farnllj Supplies, Tobacco, Cigrnrm, " Boat or Rar Ntorcat, Etc., KtcKIc An reiaiaded that wa are still prepared t aap ly theaa with the bast of gnoda. and at aa rea aoaahla rales as eaa bw offered in the city. Ks amiaa aur 0nck and priea. Wa guarantea aas islactiua ia all esse. Fresh arrival, daily. TOO P. PHILLIPS k CIRODK. a2S-3a Ku.KA Front straet, Curnar CcarL n SI 1ST fssss aajWI II tfnnxtAVATrw. TRANSPORTATION. GREAT SOUTHERN e I MAIL-ROUTE ' t- r n-7i i. 1. ' ia.'w. J MEMPHIS AND CILABLKSTON R A I L R O A D, iP IT8 OONTINIWS AMi KAIL C KWflWNl - 4 II ATT AIYOOU A, , , t,, . - . ....I ... ,l.t ' t, VuW IIIIfiAlKLlJIIAt; KKO.YILI'K. WASlIINdTON. KKW YOllK UKISTOL, BAliTI.MOHK, RICIISIOND.. I ( IT1NCINNATI,' I'KTBKSBURW. I NOHFOI.lt. " 'ATLANTA, " "1 w:yi o lei, l; ann, i . if CHARLESTON. MACON, 1 ' JACKSON. MISS, . ' ACtJUSTA, ,' COLUMBIA. Si C. SAVANNAH CANTON. MJSS, AIOBILF, ' M oii(coiiMrj . Merldinii, SKLMA. N4SUY1LLK, COLliMBl'S, QA, LOl'ISVrLLK, AND ' ' ALL nirOKTANT POINTS IVortli ' niitl South ! . 1 . TRAINS LEAVE MEMPHIS . DAILY nt a:UO p.ui . : , . . - ! 1 "1S.! ..,,...1 . . ' i , - -. ! i ,,' Xiroct Connection .1 TIIROUOIIOUT, ., , TIMK ri'iOM MIOMi'llis. 7 , Jo Nahvillc . L(mi;vilie, ' , ' Jnianaiioti,. Cincinnati. Ctiicncrt, ' Cleveland, ( , , Piltslmrr, New York, I'hiliulili'hia, Baltimore. Jfl hours. , honrtt. 1 hours.. - ': j, i 4.i hours, fit) hours. ' ' M houre i J fill hours; " , 7S hours. Til hours. i 1 1 it hours. ' THIS ROUTE ' 1 .j ,, . .. ,,i I A HAS ' THE ADVANTAGB OVER : ALL OTHERS, 'iN IIAVINO '' : ECTIOXN . ij , . kOU Memphis to New York; j 7V Stnginjj' con.yeyanck; uiiwArEu. - t ! I i ' . I r )r. -' j ' ' FORTHROTJOH TICKETS j ' ' arri.r it ... t(T 4 ' ' ' .'! No.13 Court Street ' ' -i ., : 'ill TTHI, l'k.i v, I' j n , . t I I,, . J -t ,'. 1 I Memphis 'mid Charleston Depot, IN MEMI'niS.' Farft it H IjOw ix hyZy ollid'r' Be Certain to get Tickets by tfala ' '' R,nte. ' Jl'I.ltS IIAVDI'N . 1 PMw'vee Aa ..1. 1 it. MEMPHIS AND OHIO II .A. I Lit O AI). If Snortest, Qulckesit and Beat Koiitd - TO ALL POINTS n. '1 1 . . 1 . j North, East and West TWO DAILY PASSENGER TRAINS. PEED, 8AFETY COM F0ST COMEIBFJJ Baggage Checkctl Through, . , Elegant Slaapini; Cars ea ail Might Traias, ,, . j TO CAIRO BY BAIL IN FIFTEEN UuTJRJL ' ' ' I TA IL T MAIL PA&ENOKR TRAIN 1 iSunuAVs tiNti.lNl ,. iMtves Munji'bts m 8:30 a.uj., making cIm connection at H h.ldt with Mobile and lhio Railroad for Mo bile. Meridian, Colmnbas, Connth, Jackson, 'J renton, I nioa Ciiy, Padu',Ab. Cdojnhus, K an t all stations on that rosd, and at Cairo with Illinois Central Railroad lor all Northern and tta'Ura cities. v 1 -j , Night Ezpreaa at 8 p.m.' every day. This train is esrwrially far Ibrwarh travel. It it famished with aw and eamawriiows, well ventilated rars, elecuH and swtcodid aieeeiag ears, aad goes tbroarb wiiboat may rbenare of Parser hatrrsre, making tntm amuHirtMiu at Cairo with tbmagh Express trains aa IIImsois Central Kaih-oad at 11 a.ai. reacting St. Loans from M em r his in JM hoarsi LoaHtrilla ta t.t nnurt; Cincinnati in M bmirst making this tka shortest, auirkeat aad bast roata Ui all point Nr!h and Pass, Thmnrh Ticket for aala at alHaawrindpal Ti'kat 9i- in tka rioajlk t ia Maaai bis, at 4taroo Uoasax 8. Oaak. Agewtf 14 Jeflsrsna rM, Larry liarm-tsui. A rent ; at Maaipbis aad Ohio Railroad Depot, h.-ad 4 Main tiieau SAM. R. Juihrs . apE-lm ' 2eraJ BoreiaUadeat. TRA KISPARTaTinM. ' IMPORTANT TO TILWELERS . . t :.. . It", i i i il ii- . i. ,! """"" la . I tr Memphlt nd the 'Eastern Cltlea, M Tha Srtai Jlroad-Oaiise ' ' Allanllc and Orent Wntern i ' RAILWAY I 3 NOW OPBN. AND .UDNNING TWO daily last axj'ross irains irm v,iiiuiiihm w mw viwk ami i r.iuiflrn rwewiBn mill firl ihia a mnst diairablo routs. Thiui- ment of this road ars-unwiuulud by any on tliis ouutinmt. Eleuant l'alaoa Klueiuns; Cnrs ac euilany all ntKht trains, and Huinklns Cars on at) trains. Amide titua is allows,! at rwular hoars (ut moats, and the unbroken broad-cawc without ehaneoers to travelers adswrea ol security, eouilort and sied not to bctoiindon any other route. Connections via Cniro, ht. Louis or Chieaao for this route are rartain : also rounertions lor Pittsburg, rhiladelphia, Balti more and Washington. - Ticket hail aul bnr KiHfC checked tbroush at all nrim-iim! South- wiwtcrn ottters. rr innuor luiornianoa mum ,hroKhtickUat,yHA1MSTAI)..., 14 JctlerMin street. J. . . .. E.'B. BTINHTON. a ' i i i , L i ; i . Ueavral Tiokat, AtenL . I, . D.M'CLAREN. J jj ! . ni i.,ti. (fi,cnU tiniHirintendent. ., ISAAC J'A K-iT i prn A ctK COMMISSION. MORRISON & CO COMMISSION MERCH'TS lit . ! . 'And dealers in... i .' , Feed ami all Wcslcri. Produce, ' ' No.' 348 Second Street,' f . f Between Oayiwo aqd Union. . ( l)ROPT ATTENTION PAID TO A LI 1 liusincus aulrustvil lo us. Orders solicited. Liberal advances uuule on ronsiifniucnU. MOHKLSoN Ac CO. ;'Mrmt!i, MhT fl, myl2-.Sm B. M. BLACK. . JAMKS WHITE, Late Mavsville. Kv. j, Mcuii'his, Tenn 0. (1. CAMK0N. Late Majsvillei Ky. ": ('' ' BLACK, CAMRON & CO., Produce ' and . Commissioii K ' MEISC!IIANTN, i Charleston Ave., aeai ST. & C. B. R. Sopot, ..! I . , f, .... . v H ' ' MEMPHIH, TENN. . -,'; 10NSI0 NMKNTf SOLICITED. ruOM PT V ) attention given to all burinoss entrusted to our care, and orders for Provandorand Planta tion .Supplies tilled at .shortest nonce and at lowest rates. All orders left at 322 Front street aill lie promptly attended to. anat-.lin Ex. NortW,' 1 '' I T. J. Slap OHvra. , Lata of Paducsb. I Lata vf bt, Louis. U. H. Wiunou, . . , , Lata of L'larksvillo.Jann. I;.' .... ... ... , , . : . NORTON, SLAl GIITEU & CO., Cotton and Tobacco Factora, 1 w' ! , iD 1 . ; .,. , Cfneral.roii.mlssloii Mm-Imnts 40 Broad Street, New York - ... 1 V. M. Farmer, C'orrcMpoiidcnf . AY MARK LIBRRAL ADVANCES ON eousignuieuU ol Cottvn. , . j REFERENCES IN MEMPHIS,., . i T. B. Kirtland. Hill Co., Hankers, .. , . ' W. C. McCiure, Collier li.ink of Mciui his. J. W. Psge, Cashier Commercial Lank,'' . tlcorgo W. Trotter, Cotton Factor. Wni. A. (loodwya. Cotton Factor. . , llcnj. Iljilih, Cotton FmMor. ' Coronna, Tauavig st Co., Cotton Factor- 1 ; npH-ftn ' '" DRY COODS. tn PC 14 r- 9 1 sr. K : H 'fl p O 0. O o u : a-; K , H . 'V. a- ta , O t a c . 0. u 's I M m eat C w , fi fl . If , 4 -s. O..I5-. W- V 1 W f "-3E 10 tt w . u a n a- M -.3 "2 'Jj 'Ml O P kss o H o , o W ' 1 r. 0 0 a. o 25 it OJ o ei w Ui :'.: H o u to w 0' O H fi, ..ft H fi a -J c3 0 - CO C-l' 3 J ft rt a MSI , i , f.1 Q O o Q' X v ; ' o CO to O n a sj is aj 1 TENNENNKli NATIONAL BANK.' k Desiffnatod Dopositoxy , (i,;,,-i - '...''if ."i '(' n , , i . - ..... . a rvj . VF.TUK UNITED (jTA.TrJS. , ,, , Does a I. cue nil liankln Busline J i i .' Ill, , ! I T I .'. ''.'I 1- AKP . .(I.., I !! Makes Coltctions in Souther titateit , I . . .! i..", ...: On Tuvorable Tcrn.s. , ma n ' w or it. io i:n"r OKI utMiul of the J'luntp'K,JSaltk OHO. R. RUTTKB.'President.- .:.! J. B. HUTCHINSON. Viae I'ros't. WALTKU 8. MORGAN. Csshior. 1 iuy,t-liii .... . . .. , (1. Ouiikn, Cashier Iff- Nat'l B,ink, Kadivilto S. H.'liiKi v. lulu liriltmu 1 oly. Alciiii'lii". j. O. (iaiKKiMi, IntetiiiiJi'.KJtTobL'-, Mtaihii k.ii:., toiii-:y v BANKERS and BROKERS, 'TXo. 16 JetfeiBon Strttit, ' - t WILL RECkl Y.S 1, W'V f4 .. " It.aer g.H.1 '.sail "it? iJM buu nana CloM. ... . .a;.. ' . ..i, , ,. Mlvcr, ., ' i:tiittnK4s - l iit nrrciir Money, s 1 , ... .i- i -i ; , And all kinds ol 1 ' CiovtM-niiioiit Sii-i it-a. CPKCIAL ATTKST10N OIVKN TO (in 1 O lections, Riid KcuiiUmicvs n vie r-nutl.. EXCHANliEon Now York nle.iy-in apit'-iiiu . , . i ,. 1 .' .' 0AV0S0 SAVINGS INSTITITI0N, . MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, BANKING HOUSE, ..1 . - , . . . t '1 IVo. U MiuHmmi S(rtl.. ,. a 'HIS INSTITUTION. 0R0ANIZKO IN I.S.1O, continues to trausivot a geuoral Banking & Kxclianc Bu.sIih'ss. WILL RECE1 YE fiEPOSl TtSt 1 BUY AND SELL, ' ' ; roreiyti itutl IloiiK'Ntic ' 'u ; ,. t IXa linuKV, , , .... Wolil, Si Ivor, .. : tiiitl I'nciirroii' . "Monoy.: .. ' !.! ' .11 .... 1 , Sella Kxchange lai Suma to Stilt Pur chasers, ok London and nil tha lead- Ina; cltlea of the United States, and will made Collections on all aceeasU ble placee In tha goathand Waal. Kl H. AVERY, Cashier.. , , .. JOHN C. LABTIKn. Prtsl.lent anlOtiyl COAL. " ' '' BRIG GS& PETERSON ; Wholesale artd:Ketal .... Iieidcrsin ' BEST- PITTSBURG COAL; i. i:t MiiiIiMiiSlrt'fl, ' In tin' lulilio Iicducr Iliiildine, tr. 1 ' .1' : af, MKMl'IIIS, TKNN ' . ' 1 1 7 K W 0 1 1 L 1) It KS I' UCT !' LLY 1 N KOKM V T the pnblicgcncnilly, that wo arc prepared to Uolivar tlia bast grticto of , 1 li itwlnrr " OsfiI " 1 At any point ill the city. h. ,..;. 1 ON THE VERY ' LOWEST TERMS-' Wa also have means of furnishing 1 COAL '!' HTKAMIIOA'lo ' ' Unpiilly nn.l promptly. ' '' J Of which couimaDders would do wcll'to avail themfajvea. Our fs1 running tein-ius liAUltEi:, ' Captain W II Hcbroa, Coinuiau dur," ! . , , i . 1 . 1 - 'i Is always readr to do towing of any descriiitiuB ordi.tauca. Her landing in at tbe . ' 1 i . . 1 ; . ; j P'oot of Union rSlr..i, , OMIce, Aio. 1.1 MliMAii Sir ' . , .1 Between Main and Front Streets 1 ' BRANCH OKFICK 3541 MAIN ST. NIC. J. It. MOSI.I.IiY. Our Ocncral Agent, will ha hsi PV In fill a, orders prtou41y at the lowest rash prices. nit-..m CHINA J2 L AjS W AR E . China, Glass & Queenswarei VOORIIEIS & PATRICK, .- . , 1 Importers and dealers in Ctilna, I;iMtt, (cii'4'iiHHitr', 1I01SK tlUMSlil.NU toons. ANr Frrn otiiek ahtici.ks i si -ally keu in a km cliua Crockery ,-U.ra. Our SUirk r,,ulrts in part of Plain and decorated China Tea and Innacr rt. Pleganl Isold Band Tea aad Iiinnar M, fleaalifnl plain and decorated Cbati.tar Pels, 1'iaiB. bohetniaa aad Cat Kagraaed Ulass of ererv aMicn Tal.re tatlTr. SirrerrlatedCastr, bpouajsaaa forks. - . , , . Wood and WIUow War. , i Waitaia. Water Coolara, Etc. VnORKFIj aV PATRICK. I 17 Maia street, i gatwssa TTasaingtoaaad Poplar. 1 mylVSui GIFT. SALE8. Mclropolllnii Uiitcrprliio. GRilAT.GIFTSALE OF TUB rfi-vO ok Aifi: taoviOENcn . Jewelers' Association. i r. ,r;,. . ., . . 7, , ":! i Cupital, ',.'", .. r- N . 1,000,00 I- oi. , -. 1 1 i- ; 1 ,1 Depot, 197 Broadway. n u;;i;ii r.i jf. ;;. AN 1MMBNSK STOCK OK PIANOH Watches, Joaelry, and Fancy Hoods, at to be aold tor ONK llOLLAReach, without re. gard to value, and not to be paid lor till youi what Vo will recoive.i- Cl'iUTU'ICAi'KS, naming each article, and Its value, are iilaccd in sealed envelopvs and well mixed. One of these enveloMis will be sent I)' umu to any auaress on receipt ol .'i cents v live for II ; elavun for fit thirty tor $i sixly-nve tor f HI; and one hundred lor l.. On roceint of theCei tifialto you will sua what you are going to havu, auu then it is at sour elation to pay the dollar aud take the article or not. I'urclinsers uiuy llius obtain t& .tiotd n au'll, iiiiiinonu mug, a riauo, newing Ala- clinic, or any sat ot Jewelry on our list, tor l and in no caecun thuy get less thau Olio JJol lur a wortli, as there are no blanks. . 1 Aacnts are Wnntcd in every town In tb country; uery person can uiake $10 a da suliiiig our uoriiiicaics in tus greatest sale Jcwulrvever kn.wn. oud '& cents for a Certificate, which will in form yon what you can obtain fortl. At th smiic time get our circular, containing full list jiuu Jiii rltou tars j also, Jitihi lo Agent. 1 Auuruss, .11 '"' . JAMRS HUTCHINSON A Ct(.:' nmr2fi-in , Wl Bniadway, N. V, WATCHES,' , JEWELRY 1 IAMONpS, i,, , rijverw r,Urytiae, tcw wiiuth uvxa v.f.llt-r ,. .... . .. ... f ONE MILLION DOLLARS A II U.e Lh at' K I V B UOLlj A RS each. V 1th out regard to value,' 1 AMI) UT TO 11 K PAID FOU rntil yoa know what you are In reCeiVe'l't 17rJ0LD ANI SILVER WATCH KS 1 i were distributed among the natrons ot 1'arstnson at I.e. during the month or Jau uary. imifl. Mead the coniuients by I lie lima speaking of tha bru in tba mosl oompliuienlury uianner: A uiost industrious auu prosperous house." Kbiiuieusbuntb; Pa.. ,VmiW. "Hive all who deal with thotu iierfect satisfaction."- Dunkirk. N. V.. Journal. Knlov a high rep utation for honorable dealing and tlw quality ol their goods Mew falls. N. - Tunn. l'ertcct v ret able and will do all tliev nroni- ise." Nyack, N. V., OHyimt L'onnlii. "Sund high for honesty nd air dealing. rishki 1. N V., JimruaK " Uiniorabla and fair dealing men. Manlcton. N. Jnurmil. una oi the oldest and most re tub 0 firms In business. Jaiittjoharie, N. X.i iUulxi. "Keep their wurd and aet Honorably by tueir natrons, ' i.yons, N. u W- - -J. ' rU) .Solid Hold Hunting Watches..... 1KKI to UK) Mimic Cased Uold Watches 2:0 10 KI M Ladies' Jtnauielcd Watches.. lis) to rsm .'! llininond Cluster Ladies' bets... K) to "HI limit Hisinond Holitaire Kings . 7.1 to 0f Heavy Silver Hunting Watches 75 to hill USD Ulien-toco Silver Watches W to 71 1I1SI Kllvsr and Mnhniraav M tuirtal - lloxes 100 to SOU 1000 Rilvor ilining 8eU. 76 to :tMI Silver Tea rjets, complete. AO to M 3 nil Silver Urns and Huh-ers 76 to 'it 2i,St-vsn Chamber Kevnlvcrs. 76 to 3tl 2.SSI ratent Mnule llarrel Pistols Si Ui iHHSJ Kiollly Frnmed Oil I'aiiitiiign... 7A lo.'ijil blcgaiit fearl Onora Olasses 'ii to 3OH0 Muuimoth I'hotogrsph Albums. In lo :tlll CliMtor Iliaunmil Uines l"i to ll :! LadieH' Oval Bracelets.- 1 Ui fsl :. Usld Chains of ditl'erent designs to 3(10 :VSI Hold Thimbles, chaicl ft to 5il lo.lnsl .Siiinet and Plain Uold Kliirs... to 7.1 lu.i'ni tieutlouien'a Scurf 1'ins & lo fsl liuSI lirnoches and liar Drops- ,'tn a 12.fsi0 Oold Lockets, double glass 5 to 1U.INS) Hold Pens and Oold Holders.... Ill to 7,1 lli.OiO Sets Studs and Sleeve Buttons. ' - & ta" 1 hUUO Silver Uoblets and Uniiking Cups .I to M 5000 8eU Tea.Table 4 Dessert Hlsions 1U to rsasi sets Tea, Talile A Dessert forks lo to . Sets 1'ea, Tahtesi Dessert Knives 10 to I: 2TSSJ Kevolving Silver Castors ift to 7 2ft Silver Cuke and Fruit Baskets.. 2o to 7 12.fj Wincholders and other articles. 6 to 7 To immediately dispose of the above miignili rent stock, oertitioates naming tha articles aro liufjil in scaled envelopes and well mixed. Holders are entitled to tha articles named on thnir rartiliante upon payment of t"i, whetJier it be a bcHiititul Wstcn.oraMusicul iiox worlU jvioll. nr a Plum Hold King, worth 85. Tha re turn of any of our certificates en titles you to tha article mentioned thereon, upon payment, irro- scevlivaof its worth, and as no artiela valued less than S.r is named on any certillcate, it will utonce be seen mat this is No IiOttery. but a straightforward le (ritimate tranaaction, whlcn mar be par. nctpatad In by tha most laaudioua I at-Any one wishing to invest in tha abnva enterprise can receiva a sample paejtage uf a hulf-aosun certiticateSf naming some of tha almve articles, hv sending a stamped envelope bearing Ilieir address. Certilicatas not to he paid lor unless fully satulaetory. Wa do this thst all nisy lie convinced of our sincerity and tha genuineness of our snle. Call on nraildre, ' ninrU 'm ; ' 'Jt Brnnilwsr, N. V. PROFESSIONAL. LUNG DISEASED IIIL UEIGHTOX'-S 1 vkkice nouns fok till- so Specialities are fioio 1 tuVo'ciiH'k a. m., and ti-oui 3 to ii o'clock p. ni. Persons wishing iJr. t'r-ii,'li!on's services must cotiiult tht. arrangement. Olti. e iu Drug Store, No; til Main Street, south of Hci.1. sr- Feet for Professional Visits, each. Tea Dollars. marfi-Mia . . WM. H. MORGAN, . ATTOHNKY-AT-LAW ; f .r.i:KAI. CLAIM AO EXT, " Cnmmhsioner of Deeds, Etc.,' Over Desolo Insnranca Company, Dasota Block MADISON STHKIST, -Hy "" MEMPHIS. TKNN. DR. D. S. JOHNSON, lOBUEiaV OF MEW ORLKAN8. IS NOW PERMANENTLY LOCATED IN L Memphis, Tauccataa. OSes 210 ataia street, Between Adams aad , . . Washing tea straawa, , , , , Where tka Doctor ran ba Ooasolted oa all dls- sil a private nature. Coras Guaranteed or No Pay, go call without delay. mar.s-'m li. ?. J'llINSOV. M. T. ICE UHEAMI Ice Cream ! Ice Cream ! ! JOHEPH NPECIIT, ' IVo. 37 Madlaon BtrooL ' " 'I'll K OI.DKSTCONFECTIONKR IN htt'M- I i bis, kas retitie and rrfnraished nia well kawa salouw. ia trstesasa stvla. lov ladies and --t. 1 1 M . W ... Will Im wilad BIM.U 1.V aolita and attentive waiters. . . aar-tirdcrs lor parties, waddings, nia-nn-s, aU, llledat tha abortast notiea. Byt-lnt PRINTING. GOOD WOHK....CA8H PRICES .'ir'r:-?:ii' i.'iiKi j;oi :-. V ,li.li(ifuM Jasv's i& r-lf mX 1 1 1 'I ' ... 1 .' I 1 ft.) 1 1 ! P 1 1 ft i ' .,..,4 .-.1 i i in 1, I 1 , i 1 1' Punctuality Boforo All Things .1 J 1 rUlM . . J ' '! . ,' i'T , 1 , ' -,i . -,iin 1 1 - . 1 :( ii'i. 1 , WIllTMOKK BKOTIIERS, N I .ll , '. "' ' '.ft ll.i Vlltl i'i' Proprietors ot J ...... . . I ' .1,. 1, ,,! ,t , I .1 ' ' j THE PUULICLEDGER JOB PRINTING ;H09SE 1U M aiiNii Nirx( Having iiiiw in full nnif i ; ,fli operating .- f : 1 . '' . ,.. )i Tin1 Iik niul J. c'ljaiiiiHiiu '!' 'li-.- ..I. , . Ol this exli-iiiivo 'eslablisliiii'enl, 'i,1ll,e tins mode , ol calling Ilia alteiiliou of unt pall, -us and fneuds, aud the public generally, lo mir new, i-, ,J-i , .... , : . , 7 . ; ., ;', STEAM AUUANGKMENTS. '! hir oBice is 'uir the lari.W and best si Pi.inle l Printing lloime in the Foulhwest, and lull r.,uul 10 any in the Kaet as regards its Is eilitics lor eicH-uliiig with .1 1 -.- ... I '. Cltuapuasa, Neultieaa aud Dispatch, Priutiiig of every variety aud In any color.' It tun noi oesurpsf-ed hy any er-taliliuuit,nl Kti ... T V, f 1 -I I llS-fiXJO'.) Ox il l. KIMS ,OIV UOUK '.;,;, V .Kither iu . I i l ; -i :i. .1 T ) V. ( 1 i 1 . .) Plain 01 Ornamental Type ' ' M' t' ,'' .11 ' ., Plain Black, Colored Inks, Gold Leaf and Bronsca, if 1 'M.i 1 ) 1 ( rui 'fin la every manner known to' the prufesstir1,, si home or abroad. rKfttlSH FRkCH AND ; (JERMAN ''"', ' I'HINTINU. ,. '. U ' . r-. 1 -. ..! '.-.ll , I. ' - 1 1 , 1 . t. . r ItOOKM A7V I PAM I'll I.I"I'M , u ','..'JPriiile4 wiiilioautifully cut lypa' , J I J ,t 1,.-. 1.. 1 I. .. ,1,, ., ..J l'.. ,. I II . I. . I , " i - ., .,, f.l IH-l I,, ' '1 t .... , : .i . - ' I" . J 1 - i-VilniauiautkU Pfainl and r'aucy. . T M 3 : O 1 Steamboat Pripting, ; i H 'M .1 -I:t..-i- ' ' 1- :i 'i H I I ..'I .i rlS- .1 ' .. -. I Specimens always on band at our Couulins R"."-' . 1 ... ,' I ' .'( I'M ' ' ' f w . i I I., 1 - ..(' . , INVITATION CARDB And BALL TICKETB, I-- ' : - - .... 1 Illuminated with the latest' ornamental ami null room scenes. , , . . 'i Id .1 Our larga assart nentof type fin SHOW . BILIaS AND , J'OSTKKS ' is not einelled in tba United Ktataa. 1 Xlio ' Iarut , Pictoriuis Can now ba as readily and cheaply dona at this ollice as they ara in the Kast. aud 1 baud- some style. We Lava in onr office tha largest slxe Presses now in use, together with - ; Stcam Jobbcrii & Power Presses ' In addition U) onr extra large tvua. ara bava a splendid assortment of small plain ami fancy ob Letters suitable lor line work. BUSINESS CA RI S A NO pi HC U L A KS Dnna in handbouie stylo, with suitable ansrar- lugs reprasenltng business. i . . . 1 . . 1 ; i 1 . I 1 lit 1 L O ill AM i i FuiVLuul-mid colleses printed equal to oup. pen lute. , . .. I '-' 'I Masons jOdd Fellows' and Sons of Tempera s CONHTI 'V IJ TIONM ' Printed in elogant stria. - ' t , I ' Our Prloaa are 1 Been Reduced. And now will couii are with tha cheapest rcsa arly astabliibed Job Odiecs in New York or Philadelphia. i lli'f tt'a ara euablad to print CARDS AND BILL HEADS With great celerity, and oor aricae are propor tionately lower. , ' s. . 1 1! '1 t Prompt aad particular attention given ta 1 aiDos 01 I 4. Military and Hallrosil PRINTING, .i .. ( .JL, Bills Lading. Funeral Notlcee. Hank I t'ataloiriiaa. ' L'irrnlaraol all Studs,. Hat 1 at 1 ips, In.uranca Policiea. itlalik Ii HiU Heads. Labels. Aocllun Bills,' - - Praararnsaea, iirav lick els. reriodirais. 1 1 Nmiraa, Maratinea, 1 '' Blask Baraipta, blestion Iwkslf, 1.-. . . -- i ; 7 COUNTRY BTORB BILLS r : ( t 1 I I I .v Ofarary description. ilUminatad with saiUbla davieea, seek as railroad ran, steamboats, ate. ' 1 ' WaNK BmiK:J! ' i - I 1 With priatod heads, l.tretha with avary kind of Plaai mmn Fa.y Work dm with eVraf ' ' WHITMORt BP.OTHKRS . ' , ' tU MaJiaon straet.