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Ofllee. No. 1 Madinn Htreel LAKGEST CITY CIRCULATION POETRY. Miriam is rising like a new Ur. Is not this ray beautiful ? For the Publics Ledger. NIGHT. Dowd from night's star-studded dome Many gilded funcies roam, Lighting, bird-Ilk", on my brow, Breathing niusie loft and low. Lifting m foul from the coil of care, Tilling my heart with happiness rare. Visions bright of sunny days ; Phantoms fair float to my gazo ; Echoes of swcot voices huahod Iircath of roses Ion. I"ng crushed. ' Thrilling ench chord of my soul anew : Filling ray hoirt with happiness true. Night, enchantress loved so well, Linger yot nor break the spell I Day brines darkness unto mo. TiriL-htuoMicoinus alone with thee. Bringing swcot dreamt, and while they endure' Filling my oul with happiness pure. MIRIAM ,Y TELEGRAPH. ..Tnrrm t-iTOTI rrirTl T7"3 MIDNIGHT DISPA TOlilUa LATEST FROM ALL QUARTERS New Yoiik, Oct, 1. Gold closed nt 4TH. untlor rumors of a heavy decline in bonds in London. Coupons of OA 1118 'Gfi, 109. Treasuries, IOC. Carolinas, C4l. Cotton active and advancing, sales of 0000 bales ; uplnnda, 42 to 43c. J Orleans, ll toi.ic. Flour luR-lier, 12 20 toSlG 23. Wheat, 3 to Cc. belter. ror " .. . heavy, ?."3 ."0. Lardlowox. euigaruun. l.Ollre Iirmor. Jnvai mu.c. X 1 A - l.-m 1 11 r. ..;.:., f.r.l i,i f.Tc: resin. SI to S9 20. ti. .t.:.,i ..t . DMimn l'urk. til ono i no iiniu v.v . and a ball miles, was won i.y ; General Dix took formal possession of ths Naval Office this morning. Tho deputies under Mr. Odoll were seven in number, nud ore to remain in tlieir places. Geor'e II. Goddnrd, n Confederate Vicilnneo Committeeman, of Arkansas, was arrested to-dny at tha inslanee of William Newman, a Union man. whose nronerlv at Camden, Arkansas, was ' . 1 seized in May, 1801 , and turned over to it... rinifpderntft Government. Gotlilunl s bait was fixed at 10,000. A .subordinate Government official, whose mime is uuknown, has been ar rested on tho charcu of losing eifcht hun ilred dollars in coin, belonging to tbe Government, in Rnmbling. The gam .bier is to be prosecuted for tho sum. Washington, October 1. Major Gen eral William II. Howell has been np pointed Consul General to the British North American Provinces, to reside Ht Monlreal, vice J. E. Porter, -reMned, Major General Morgan L. Smith has been appointed Consul ut Honolulu, .Sandwich I.slnnda, vice Caldwell, re called. iiriRiidicr General Willium L I utT, of Illinois, who was chief of ar tillery on General Grant's stuff, has been appointed Consul to Glasgow, vice Bailey, recalled. A delegation representing the original .f A l..i.n,..lriu Vu fnn.nl (ill I i iiiiiii i.i. ii . ....i ' tlie Pri'sidelil to ,1ft)', andpresented a I series of resolutions touching upon the political questions of the day, adopted at .... a recent Conservative muss meeting neiu I in Alexnndria. The President made no ai.e..h lievftMl rinrP9sinf his thanks for . r. . .. .. llie respect, and reiterating nis aetermin- ali.m to stand by tha yrineirder wKich have In relolore guided las ndministra- tion. M:ijnr Geuerul Swayne, the Assistant .Commissioner for the Fredmen's Bu- reuu nt Montgomery, Ala., reports to t.eneial llnwani, tnai upon invefitiKa- tion, no foundation could be obtained lur the report tlnit two ireeatuen nua been sold in that Stute. Ni:w Orleans, October 1. During the past furty-eight hours there hnv$ been fevi-n deaths from yellow fever, and thirty from cholera. The crop prospects continue to im prove, with the exception of the alluvial regions along the Mississippi, and places berptolore free from the armv worm. I Which nre now invaded by it. The crop of sugar cnue will Le large, but all who can will keep the cane for planting next year, or sell it for that purpose ; tho crop of sugar, therefore. will be small. The Louisiana rice crop will be larger than ever before known. Cixt isnati, September HO. At noon to-dny the boiler of Wi nchelt'g brats foiinilry, on "i.awreiice street, exploded( crashing tlirouglt the roof and falling again, after a terrific (light, into the en. gine room. The engineer was fatally aculded, anil several others seriously hurt A tad catastrophe occurred on Friday morning at Hillsdale, Michigan. The tiiree-story miming known as . uuncil I . Ult irui. t uii.va tut; uiuiuiujd burying in the ruin a family named Ihi.Urv Mr Outlier liis wift. and sun kit i . i t . , I tiled, and another son Lad his leg I roken. 1 he building was entirely new. ' 1 oBTKtss .Monroe, October I. I nited States Attorney thandler arrived at Nor- i'.illi tins nifirninff on bis retnrn frnm I nig tuia nmrninn on nis return iroro I V'allitlgton, where be has ben consult-1 ing with the judicial authorities, relative to the sessions of the District and Circuit Courts, and tbe trial of Mr. Davit. He brought intelligence that no court will be held to-morrow in Bichmond, and has notified the members of the grand and petit juries to this effect LivtRroot, Oct 1 Noon. The cot ton market opened very active; price are Id higher; sales to-day 30,000 bale: middling upland is quoted at 1 4 J d. ' Lokdox, Oct. 1 Noon. Consols, 8iJ f..r money. 5 -ZDs, 7PJ. Illinois Central, 71$. Erie, 4.'l. COTTON FACTORS. T. r. iTDI.ITT, Memphis. J. A. peakck Coahoma Co., Mia j. n. FOBIXBOV. Friar's Point, Miss. AYDLETT, BOBINSOX & CO, COTTON FACTORS GROCERS 1 ASD COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 314 FRONT STREET, ;. (Corner of Monroe), ' MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE. 101 COTTON FACTO It A N I Comnilmnion Mrtliiint, 273 Front SI. (Hp Mulrft), MEMPHIS, : : : : i TENN I IBERAL CASH ADVANCES MADE ON 1 j Cotton and other Produce consigned t ma. HA GOING, HOPE and other supplier furnished at tho lowest mar ket price. Alt consignments ol'Cotton injured unions otherwise instructed. The disastrous results oftlie late war having forced uio to dispone of most of iny property, I have concluded to undortako Ibis business, here in the midst of nir old friends, for tho purnoso of making an honest living fur myself ana lanuiy oy my own aonr. aim to retrieve, at I lar as it may oepostioio. tneiosses entail lnr as it may be possible the losses entailou ny iie ln,0wiir. To my old friends, nnd t all who Ir(lg0 nonai attention to its eiOoient urny leei ii.hi.ou u give mo uieir oa.inww, i l.lediru inv lHirson.il attention to its etGment transaction. """" ttew Orleans. J v RICHARDS. Ac t. IbUJJUUll , J. AbVJ. lXXi Ut VU., HTZi 3Iniu Sti'eot, ja.ck.60N BLOCK (Up Stairs), MEMPHIS. Win. J. ItOUSON, I 65 Carondelot Ot., New. Orleans, La., COTTON FACTOK. omrPEnS TO NEW CORLEANS'CAX Ohaveales and proceeds at Memphis houSe, Orders ullcdin either place. Shipment," from .Menu, Ills to few Orleans without charge ol commission W. I.. HTKWART, . II. D. MKRI WRTH r.K, Late Stewart A King. Lsto Vlcriwether,rVrile a: Co., Jackson, ieiui. w. u. u. stswabt, Late of Raleigh. Stewart, Meriwether & Co.,- COTTON FACTORS AND Commission Merchantsr No. 17 Madison Street, MlOU'lIIM... .TliNN , HLRIMTf. AMilS CAMPIIKI.I J .13. U. SMITH. a. i. ns noi r r a jo.. COTTON FACTORS AMD Commission Morchants, Okkics At their old Grocery aland. 308 Front Mrrrt. MKMl'HIK TKNN. ! V. U. WH.TK. JOHN kRHI. r.-. u ! ii n u ,.f i.,7... 7i oto. r. aooTt.i.lato Gordon 4 itooits,6uLuui. WHITE, KEKR A. KOOTHS COTTON FACTORS nd Oeuoial Commission and Foiward ,nB MercnanU, XTO. ?M MAI.V ST.. (OAYOSO BLOCK ,Mcmnhis. J'cnn. Cnnsirampnt. ,.f v.ut tonrovionpoduce. etc.. .elicited, an,! TRANSPORTATION. Memphis and LOUlSVillC R. R. j'-.'Vj'i. JmmrT(rrV ' 'l t-H'MUfP SHiif"'' ' FAST FRIIIUIIT LIXK. Notioo. to rereltitutK and Hliipp"i-H. lOPPlCl OF OlXKRAL SlTlRIXTCSrjtST,) Al gMPHISi AUglUt -J, llAj. ) 'P1II3 LINE WILL, ON MONDAY NEXT. j comiueuce running tueir Through Freight Trains tetween Memphis and Louisville, coming ii.iuuiEii in . i ' v. , wuti.iui riianv Ol ears. reight carried at tbe LUWKnl KA1E3. ily this line snipper are saved the commis sions, insuranco, delays, annoyances, etc., lnei- denial to shipments by river. All goods oon- siirneu to Agent ol Louisville anu Memphis Past Freight Line, Loui.vilU, will be shipped tree of commission and without delay. 1 his route is abundantly supplied with new Preicbl Cars and motive power, sufficient to trauniiort all might onerea them. All Losses Settled Promptly! Ratc furnished and rpecial contracts made " ai.plicatiua u r VAN ALSTINK. Gen .... r .,,... ni.i.s .i-Tiijr,in;., tir w V. SAM. ll. Jll.NkS lin i Kun't. Memphis, 'i'enn. IMl'OUTAM' TO TRAVhLKlLS Betweea Memphis and Eastern Citiog. The Oreat Broad-Oaog Alliuiiic and Uroat nKleru j--?Z) -i.tt. iict RAILWAY IS NOW OPKN. AND RUNNINd TWO d.itfaat Kxprass Trains from Cincinnati to i"w .vrnmia an r.wirra cuies. rassengcrs will Gad this amort de-.reble root.. Theeguip- B,;"f,,l,u,K7? ,.rpI"f:q-"if1 br n?on U,U continent, k I era tit Palace bleeping Csra ao- company ail night train and hmoking Cars oa bar lur meals, and taeanbroken broad-gauge w"h"ut bange olTera to travelers a drrrce ol i - .Br,ir. oomt.t ma .n.i , k.f,.nin. T.'b, r"1"-. Cnetinn via Cairo, Su .innrlit n. fi.r PtftauM Jl..k; R.l... more and Washinrton. iickeu bad and bag gage checked through at all principal tk ww tern omcea. for further inioraiaAioa ut- Sonih and throagh tickets, apply to LAS KY KARMSTAD. 14 JrUeiToaaipeet. S.B. BYlNOitiN. 4 J'tferaoa street. E.F. FTLLtR. lieneraj Ticket Agent. ' tieneral b a tierhltee deeit. ISAAC PAr.-T. 'J 1 ,yithwim Imt I H T M " Y o I K i'J rTP KTn i I N l 11 1 IMF J I I XL1C LtL(,e.R, where Ibe arieeaare aniform and low. aad where yoaaregcaa le get ane work. DVKRTLSK IN THK PI HLIC LKlliEK, which aa the LAKGKcTCIKlTLATI05 ei any daily ceblisbed uhe state of Tcaneree. TRANSPORTATION. Great Southern Mail Eoute VIA . . . : Memphis Ac Cliarloton AST TENNESSEE & GEORGIA East TcnneitHp t Vlrglniu, VIRGINIA & TENNESSEE AND Orange & Alexandria Railroads, Shortest Line from Memphis to Washington, uaiuraore, rnn adelphla and New York. Two Through Daily Trains Time to Nashville, IS Hours and 45 Kinntei Mail Train leave Memphis 0:45 a. , Umniii " " 1:45 r.tl Acoommodation Train 3:45 p.m. 1KK1VIKIII PvnpA.a Train Mrviv... .t M .ininhts... 0:SO P. II. Mail " " a:15 p.m. Accommodation Train B:26 a.m. (Uy Lily Time.) XUROUU TO NASHVILLE WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS. Time as Good as by Any Other Eoute, Passengers from Mobile and New Orleans Make Closo Connections at Grand Junction and Corinth. No Dolay at any Point on the Whole Xiine 10 ew lura, Magnificent Vnlaoe Sleeping Oara At- taonca to ail a lgus unrai, Baggae Chocked Thronch to all Impor- ronii-oiuio. Through Tickets Bold at llutos aa Iow as uy any uuiur xvuulo. The Rnadseomnosinsthil Oreat Route have liAun in umihuiuI oneration one yearsinoe the elnse ol thewar have Been tnorousoiy repaireu, and nrnri.Ud with new and normanent Bridges added larcely to tlie qnaiitity and quality of i. n .. ... ... i .. o.-..&u i r inotr nulling i?uick, ami itr cninij nun vuui fortaro tJNSUKPASSED BY ANY OTHEB H0DTE. Mail Train leaving Memphis at 6:45 a.m. con nects at Chattanooga with trains for all iinport- nt Points inUeorgia,r,ait Xcnnewee. lrginio. North and South Carolina, Passengers for points bouiu ot (jranri junc ion. or lor nointi on Mobile .v. Ohio Kail road. either north or soulh of Corinth, leave Meu phis at (i:t.'i a.m. by oily time. rllnrena Tmin. leaving Muinnhis at 1:45 D.m.. makes .tdose connections at Ilecatur, Ala., ashville. Louisvi le. Cincinnati, and all points North. Lat and West. Alro at Chattanooga with the tV'estern and Atlantic for all points in Georgia and South Carolina. Express Irain does not stop at any or tne flag stations," or at the least important renti er stations. Through Dassengers eannot fail to appreciate this advantage. For Through Tiokeui and further Intor m.tion. anvly at the Couiuuny'a Ullica. No. 1:1 Court street, Memphis. Xhrouga lickou can be procured at all Ilailroad Ticket Otlieee in New Orleans: al'o. at Can ton, MUs., Urand Junction nud Corinth. W. J. lius.s, Goncrnl Suiierintendeut. W. L. DANI.EY.Oen'l Ticket Arent. V 866. 1866. LOUISVILLE MEMPHIS AND RAILROAD LINE. HOW COMPLETED THROUGH. SHORTEST AND BEST EOUTE T,l ALL POIXTS North, East and West! Three Bail) Passenger Trains Through to Louisville Without Change of Cars. llesant, Sle'iintr C'r on 'XVlilllM. nil BAGGAGE CHKCKEU THHOVcn TO ALL PllINClPAL CITlKft. rfHREB DAILY' PASEENGKK TRAIN'S i. leave depot of Memphis and Louixville Kailroad, at head of Maui street, as Pillows: ht Day Express, stopping at prim ip:il ataCioiiH only, at -a-i;to a.m. daily making ouunvcttuii9 witu all routes. Beaching Nashville in IS Honrs. Louisville in In'-. " C'inciuunti lu Vti'j " " Indianapolis in -24 " " New York in CI " 2a. Night EipreSf. every day at -IstHs r.ti.. making cloa connections at Cairo with lliiuois Central Kailtond fur Loui, Chicago end all astern Linos: at Nashville, wnb IMaib villo and Chatlnnuopa hailrond.io all plaor.H in Middle and East Tennessee. Vinrinia nnd North Carolina: nt Louisville poiseiicers huva I'litili'n ui rifiim, ii cii'-rsou. ll le null U(,U19 villc Raidroail, or Mail lioat to Cincinnati and all Northern and Eastern cities. 3d. KL Louis Kxprrss. at 10:00 p.m., every day. through to Columbus without change of cars, making close connection at Caire witn 11 linois Central Itnilroad, for all points North and fcat. 1 rains arrive Day xnross at .3 10 a.m. Night Express aL a:4 p.m ou Louis Lxpross 8 a.ia Through tickets and nil information can be nbiaineiaX licket On. e. comer ol Msin ssd Jelters.m streets, ana at x-cpot onice, Memphis. tl .11 . 11 . VIS., ,,.7, 31 ilencral Superintendent. VIS RANG E3IENTS. Superior Advantages Offer'd TO SUIPI'ERS BY TI1E ME3IPHIS & CHARLESTON R. R. TMIK MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON R. R. Co. hare perfected arrangements with steamers on tbe Mississippi, Arkansas and White rivers, and with the irginiaand Ten nessee Air Line Railway to Norfolk, Vs., and with the Great Southern Freight Line via Charleston and .Savannah to New Y'ork for tbe transportation ot all classes ot Ireiirbtsto and from Eastern cities, at rates not exceeding those charred by any competing line. ihe laeilities anorded shipper! by these ar rangements are in point of time and security uneijualed by any other route. Through hills of lading issued from Baltimore, Philadelphia. New York. Boston and the nria- eipal cities in the North and East to Memphis, Grand Junction, Corinlb, aad etatioaa on the lineof tbe .Memphis and Charleston Railroad, covering all eipenswt to destination, like ar rangements made by the Memphis and Charles ton Kailroau, tor.eastward bound freights. Arrangements Darticularlv relatin ta t.ro- duee shipments have been made with roausto Atlanta, Oeergia, aaa tbe beatheest. securing to sbiUDera great advantages in rales over ether lines. , , Klcial contracts made on cotton' and ;ro- do.e snipmrftls to Eastern cities. Charges Balanced, and all claims fur l,j damage or evercharge. promptly settled. ror rates nnj lurther uilormation. asidress W. J. p.OS, Gen l riup t. , E. W.WALLACE, ticn'l Tr't Ar'6- , , Memphis, Xenn. Tenn. Air Line Rmlway, 176 Bma,iway. N. Y G. J. l-'ORKAChK. Gen'l Ag't Gv-at SouJi ern ! reight Line. Bowling Green. N. Y. T Memphis & Charleston Railroad 3 Notico to Hliipiers.. rj-II MEMPHT3 CHARLESTO!T RiTL 1 road Compeer is prenarwl to receive and pay steamboat charges aad are year a fr aisrat euaiigned to fiarticis at ail pouiu where en eict are esahli.hrd. both on its own m id as well eaea the Miaaissappi Central Kailraad and ail other connecting lines. U aere tbare ssee agent at points ol destination to eollectehi irges and freight, prepay meat must be made in V m Pbis. - W. J. hOSS , General guperinteadei it. a t - t - .if ... - . . - HARDWARE. (LtSRA S0BIK80K, Newjork. kPWARD aSAOLST. - Memphis,. . E. ROBINSON & BRADLEY, Hardware. Importers, NO. 223 IjECOND 6TREET. - , . . , i . . ' . i.-.t in si. Adams Dlook, Memphis, Tennessee, ( . . , - ' WIIOLESALK DEALERS IN IIARD ware. Cutlery, Guns and I'istula, Powder, Shot and Lead, Callings, Nails and f pikes, Hoalos and bcale lieauie, Leather and Gum lielting. Machine l'acklng, Cotton Hoes, Avery s and other 1'luws, and .U , r ' . ' ' ' AKrlcuKtiral IiuitleiueulM generally : Anvil'. Vices, blacksmiths' Bal lows, Collins', iluuts and llradley Aaoj. and othir tdae Tools ; MANILLA AND COTTON ROI'E; Cotton and Wool Carcfa. Feed Cutters and Com tihellum, etc A large and choice stock of 1 Table and Pocket Cutlery, Razors. Scissors and Shears i Files. Saws, and Chissels, ol Our Own Importation Direct, 1 from most approved makers. lu cunseiiuonce of our late inability to exe cute promptly the large amount of oiders with which we hare beeu favored, we have made INI SUAL' PREPARATIONS for the present taoson. Wo have Added Largely to our Stock in all departments. We hare 1 '' Rented our Spacious Ston, and supplied new conveniences for the care and display of stock, and we have engaged SALhri MK.N OF THK lUGHiI tXf liKIt.S t IS I CAPACITY. We utter Goods tor Cash, or nhort acceptance, AT NEW YORK ( PRICES, adding charges on heavy goods only. CAfTAlM JAMiSS U. BAKLOUR. late of Wm. Park Co.. and Mr. TlluMAS D. WIL lh!U, late of Orgill, lln. ii Co., now present thuir respects to their friends, and would be I leowrt to receive their causes atiove. mi WIS . OROTI.L. 0. I.. DSMISON Memphis. a, s. SKIS . Memphis. Wew iork. Ituxi'Nn OKUILL, r.ugluml, 0RGLLL BROS. & CO., 310 and 312 Front Stroet, MEMPHIS -.TENNESSEE, Importers and Dealers in orelgn & Domestic Hardware, CUTLERY, GTJNB. NAILH, Castings, Iron, Stool, Mutr.Ia, PtC. HAVE NOW ON HAND AND TO AK rive : K) Gross Table Cutlery t 14o0 dozen fpritur Cutlery : fcl dote, i I' nrrl ij-h mid American Padlocks; 12ts) dosen Axon; Zlii iloecii IJiilchels: i.il) diir.en Files and H:i,J : ' 7jo0 pair Traco Chains:' 'Si vtL-ks Log, Coil and Wicu t'lijii.8; lldii) iliir.en I'lnntcrs llr.es; 7j dozen Colleo Mills; .Ms! dozen Curry Coml-n: M'. dozen Cotton nnd Wool Card.i; ys) dozen Mm. els and Spado-.; TiDil dozen Wheelbarrows : 175,000 lbs. Hollowware Castings: ' Ltw liiacksmiths' Solid Uux Vices ; , 17j Blacksmiths' Anvils : - ' leu JJIucksuiith' liullows: 10.ISS1 lbs. r.nirlisn and American Horse Nails; J-jO boxes rreuch Window Glass; :tii Knglish double and single-barrel Guns; 4:sl Cast Plows: 2'iin Wroupht Plowj; !l Mccl Pu.ws: 7l) Holls, 'Rubber nud Leather Gin and Mill Hands; Jlciiles an iiiiiniio variety of Hardware nnd Atricuiiural tools nd iniplcmrnts, whieh they aru ottering at low rates tor cash, nnd to which thrjv would most respectfully call the utientiou of t oth mcrcbauU and planters. Ft.lo agents in Memphis for Marvin k Co.'s Fire; and Burglnr Proof Sates. Also ugents lor the Ariow Cuttun lie. , , 'Aliolcsalo Departmont and Sample ItcKima Upstairs. Orders taken foi' Machinery only on the fol lowing terms : H If-cash at time of order! bal ime nt time of i,,'ivery. My SADDLES r&J. E, ATHEjnr . MOOBFS A CO., EDWAUn LETSIlU, Cincinnati, Ohio. Memphis. Ht.XkY a. t'KKot'Aon, Agcut, Memphis. - i MOOBES, SMITH & CO., No. 362 Main Street, FIGJI OF T1I3 GOLDEN EIIHKL'P), is jpurters. Duikers nnd ManuiActurcrs of s a nnumr ii a k diva r Trace and I'.reast Chains, L, 1-3 A. rl"H'E It , SH OEilAKEJI S.TAX.NEU d A CCBRIEP.ti Tools (liisl XiiKliuffM, Of all gitalitieii and Descriptions. . ' a aDDLESi. HARREHS, BIUDLES, , C01xL,Alt3, 1 'run!as, Valise al- II. It. Raps, And Accnts for the sale of 'India Rnbber,, I'atont ltivc-tfd and tsLretclieU Leather Gin and Mill Bands. rHIK L'XPA R A LLKLE O S CCC EF.S IN TUB A elili.-huiei.l 1 our linsiness has inuucea as to largely increase oar facilities for the PALL TltADK, And take pleasure iji calling the attention of Merchants, Manufa-itorers and Planters to the larawst and best assorted afck ever brought to tbe Missise.ppt Valley. Purchased lor cash direct Iro m the man uljcterera, which we are ottering at a very small advance. Our connec tion with one of the uwveettadller7 Hardware and ManlilacturingesuaOlisiiraenls in thecoun try enabh as to eomwt successfully with the .M estera ehties. 7 MOfmrTB, SMITH CO. T ; OYSTERS, Game and Poultry of AH Kinds. -TJECr.IYE D DAILY BY EXPRESS, AND (or rajo. at w holetale and retail, at the lo 'est prS. at . s k i ' ; . t S. KOWABOS 4 "O "3." l M i15 Second itrcet, corner Monroe. PRINTING. OOOD WORK. CASH PRICES Punctuality Before All Thinga WlllTNOKK IHlOTIIKitS, Proprietonrif THE PUBLIC LEDGER JOB PRINTING HOUSE t:t MiuIImoii fSiri"t. (laving now in full and isleoperalinn The Book and Job Departments ol this extensive establishment, lake this mode of calling tbe attention of our patrons and friends, and tbe public generally, lo our new , STEAM ARRANGEMENTS. This office Is now the largest and best an Pointed Printing House in the Southwest, and fully initial to any in the r.ost m recants tut lit oilities for exeouting with Cheapness, Neatness and Disputed), Printing of every variety mid in any color. It eannot no surpassed by any et:ibli:h:umit East or iiiuth. Al.l. KIXDS Ol1 UOHK, Either in , Plain or Ornamental Type, Plain Black, ' Colored Inks Gold Leaf and Bronzqe, , In every manner known to tbe profession, at noma or aoroan. EMil.lSIl, FfiKMMi a fa) l.l'liMAN I'IMXTINH. ItOOK.S AM) I'A.IXI'lll.I'.T.S Printed will) beautiliilly cui'iypc. Ortiamontal, l'lihijinil l'ne; 'Steamboat Printing, Specimens always on hand al uurjiCnunling Lome. INVITATION CARDS ' And BALL TICKETS, Itl.uoinutcd wilb the lula't 1r11.1111e1.ini and b :li ruuiii mu.h. Cur Ume Assortuicut ol type tot SHOW BILLS AM) I'O.S t MILS is not excelled in the Unite I Stntcs. Tlie L;rae I t c t o r i ii 1 m Can now lres readily and chenply done at lliis Rice tin they are in tho East, and in t h.md .oiiie stylo. i'e have i:i our otlice the larg.st sizi Pri. s now in use. rugetnerwilli iSteaui JohLers A Power i'l t sse.- In addition to our extra large typo, we time a soleuuirl asiortmeiit of small pl:iiu and fancy Job Lettora sn'lnblefor Una work. BUSINESS CAHDS AND CIRCULARS Done in handsome style, with suitable engrav' in?j representing busincss.i I I I'.I. O JI A !S r.,rvhoJb..anl' colleges printed 1ualLti D)" pertdate. B Maons'. Od.l fellows1, and Sons of Temprrano CONHTITUTIONH ' Printed in elegant style. m Our Prices Have Been Beduced. Aad now will compare with the cheapest regn arly nttabiifbed Job Gttico, in New York or Pbilalelpba. We anicnabledito print CARDS AND BILL-HEADB With great celerity, aad ear pri -e, are propor ticnately lower. Prompt and 'particular atteatioe gives to kinds ol AltlitsArr and Uallrosd PRINTINC. Bills Lading, llank Checks, Funeral Not Woe. Catafncnes. l iimLniif all kinas. tlat lie. lnorance Policies. iilauk lleeds. Hill Heads, Lane!. Auction Litis. Programmes. Dray Tickets. Penn.iir.1.. N.,tic MagaainBi. Llank Reipts, r.icu .a Tickets, COTJNTRT STORE BILLS ' Of every desrrlptl". U! vsataatod witk suitable dsvioea, rck as railroad ear, steasabeais, eto. BLAXK BOOKS.- With printed keads, together with every kins' f Plain aad Faatcy Work dona antk dupoAck. WHTTlf OKI B&OTHSlfl U Mad soa stmt MECHANICAL. GAYOSO PLANING MILL RUSSEL, GROVE & CO., PROPRIETORS. Adams SU East of Bayou Cayosp, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. MANUFACTURERS OF DRESSED LUM ber. Flooring, Weatherboarding, Doors, Sa-h, Blinds, Window and Door Frames, Arrh ritires, liarat, Mantols. Mouldings, Cornices, Staircases, Handrail, Newels, Balusters, Lat tice, Jliilustrades, Brackets. Packiug Boxes. Pump Tubes, etc., etc. Keep on hand at All times a good stock of the aliove, as also Uliized SuhIi, of till (Size, " Ciriuiar Work, Scroll Kanlng mid TuriilitK, Of every description promptly attendej to. All orders by mail or throuith the Houthern Espress Company attendwl to with promptiies" w-Po-toftica address, " Look Bos : " Wi Geo. W. Cheek & Co., P 11 O P It I 10 TORN MANUFACTURE OSNABURGS, COTTON YARNS AND Xfcopo ol all Sizes. s d:ag;oino. etc. UE3IOVAL rrllE OFFICE OF THE MEMPHIS CO . 1' VI J IIU i. ..l-IJ w. - , !n : . .1.. 1........ ..r kl..i..W'.ul X to . iiilllilllin in linn ni iiic uuumu. v .iv. X lianauer, T.i rront street, wnere a iuu sui ply of Osmihurgs, Cotton Yarns, Rope, etc constantly on huud. W. B. WIGGH, 4.', Business Agent WESTERN FOUNDRY ! at is V) Machine Shor. WM. A. ROBINSON & CO. Wm. A. RnBtssoa. F. A.Mysulk. R.' NiriniLSoa, T. B. SlUNDERS, AFTER A SUSPENSION OK BUSINESS for nearly four yours, we again come before Iho public, soliciting a share ol patronage in tbe above branches of business ia uur buildings ou HHKLBY HTUKKT, - Oononite the flsvoso' Hons-e. Wo sro prepared to build and repair Saw Mills. Engines, etc.: furnish all kinds of Catl ings for Buildings, Plantations. Railroads or Meaiuiioais. v ua an experience ol tnctity fivH vniini as nrnctical mechanics and tnncliin- istj we feel confident of our ability to give sat isfaction. Our nrices shall bo as low as tbe ex pcnHe of labor and miitorisl will admit of. 'Ill .lOSKIMf FMXXERY. en ie-4 Juh nnrt SI ti-ii l'ipe lr'itt.'-. U2li Hosond Street, corner of JcflutHon Street MEMPHIS, TE'UH. I'fKM fiilNSTANTLY ON II ANU A 1 w ell (eleoted stock Iron and Brass Lilt and rorce rumn 1 THOS. HAYI1WKI.L. J.,S. AKOkUSON MAY DWELL & ANDERSON, Marble AVorks, fit TJJSION NTKUKT, Between Sccen 1 and Third, , MEMPHIS TEN N ESSEE. MONUMENTS. TOMUS, HEAD AND J'. mi otones. Mantles, Vasc, Counter and Tiiblo Tops, kurniture Mabs, etc., of the best 1 Lilian mid Aiuoiiciin Marbleexeruted in good style and at rnasnnable prices. Our work is our retcrone. i s1! nnq sen. DR. J. P. DROMGOOLE HAS RETURNED TO THR CITY. AND lor the present, again oners his profes sional srrwecs to Iris tneuus auu tne public ut-licriil v. uuiee, 4-r. at the Drug ftoro. on the eorncr of ltei,l end Main streets, Memphis. i "MTll. MORGAN, ATTOIiNIC "V' A. T- Is A. AV A so (.EXLItAL C'LAin A(JEXT, Cbmminioner of Deeds, Etc., Over Deeoto Insurance Company, Desoto Bloik MADISON STKKKT, MEMPHIS TfNV. STATIONERS. VANKLEECK & CLARK, (Successors to JOHN C. BEALE.) STATIONERS, BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS, PRIXTEBS & LITHOGRAPHERS, No. 19 Nassau Street, N i:VVOIiK. It K F U II T O ic"rs. Norton, Slaughter A Co, New York. C. M. Parmer, Kq., New York. y... H.rri.. Hunt C-.. MTfVi. 77 TO THE TRADE. nici;, stix jt co.. 305 1-2 and 307 Main St-, ARK DAILY RECEIVIXO ADDITIONS to their large stock of FALL, AND .WINTER dry ooors, NOTlONH, ETC The attention of City and Coontry Merchants wli.n.ij IU I 11X1. 2 mimlm' i-H MEDICAL. O II O L 13 XJ- -A. -V. 7. 8. M0XNIKR, Druggist, ISPREPAniNOA CHOLERA MIXTURE 1 that can be relied uiwn. When taken in time this frightful and sudden disease ts easily cheeked by the use of this remedy. No one should be without it. Keep it always isyoiir family, to be prepared to debt successfully the ""a Is" the'celebrated Concrtratcd Essence of Camphor, used so successfully by Dr. Kuhini iu the late cholera epidemic in JLUiopeis Pre pared..,dfor..l. byo v g M0JINIEB St Corner Main and Washington sts. LADIES DKSlKl.Nti A CLEAR AM) VL.U I 'IMII8 DELIGHTFUL TOILET ARTICLE 1 liae no equal for Preserving and Beautifying tbe Complexion an.i Skin. . , Doput, 74 t'ulton Street, H. Y.' Void hv riiriHst. cv-rvwbe'- 4-V POWDER ANDSHOT. GUNPOWDER- It. N. TAYLOR A CO., AgriUs FOB TUg J AFLIN POWDER COMPANY, AMERICAN F 0.' F F 0, F F F 0 RIFLE i POWDER, ' I PREMIUM DIAMOND CHAIN, DUCK-5n00TINO AND MISSOURI RI f'LK, ' ' . And wholesale dealers in . SHOT. BAR-LEAD AND GUN-CAPS.1 No. lrorit Hrt. 59 B 0 0 TIAHPJ5 ii0,E s jL Xo. S231-S, o. S31 HTI810I0T (UP STAIRS), COMMISSION SHOE HOUSE. REM FAIRER THAT JOSEPH, S. LEVETT TS NOW RECEIVING HIS EXTENSIVE J. stock of Uootss, rwlioor nnd Ilutw from the manufacturers, nnd will sell at NET PKICES for a niiill commission. The stock now being upenod up is ono of tha 3IOHT COMPLETE ever brought to Menlphis. JOS..S. LEVETT. 3D Nos. nnd K4 Main st.. Memphis. THANK O. TVnHV. WM. B. UlTrilf'I.I.. Lute HicksTerry Si Co. I.oto C'ufsHt.llill i Co. TERRY at MITCHELL, Exclusively Wbolcrale Dealers in BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS Xo. 203 Mil in Sdcot, MEMPHIS, : : : TENN. HAVE RECEIVED THEIR FALL AND Winter Stock. r , 4:1 S. E. sC'ICIIK, T PREMIUSI BOOT-MAKER NO. 43 BOOTH COUHT FQUABE, ' i MMMPIIK THIN TV. 71 CHINA & CLASS WARE. "f.J. DOLFINGER &C0.,! SImporters snd Dealers in ... "v. einnvnil nirn i Uaf liCiMll lllli,t( i eSSa I I Ba Glass & Qucensivare, ty2" Silver Plated and frjH liritannia Ware. fia f" Bar Fixtures, f es4.Hou.se and Steamboat sti Furnishing' Goods, e-'n "AT Til LOWEST PKICES.?" J-3 Wholesale and Retail. North. Bide of Court Eanore. T RESTAURANTS. DOUTAZ'S . RESTAURANT, Xo. 339 Second Street, Under Oretnlaw Opera House, MKMPHIS, ... T;KN.. 'PHIS EESTAI RANT HAS BEEN FITTED I up in first-class style, and chullongea com parison in any respect with any Restaurant la thebouthor West. It is now oncn.and the patronage of the public respectfully invited. . I'UD l aa. froprietor. - WOOUIAN'M RESTAIRAXT AND 8AL00.V. 42 Broad Street, N K y, Y O II IC . KETHN THE BE'T ASORTMKNT OF . LlUOOTl. and Bfi lhm it i.a ;n Va York. " : THE PLACE WHXBE ALL SOTJTH FR'JFW3 FAT ANT) PRTNK. ?5 LuB SALC- TO COTJKTRT PRINTERS W rlttT 1a1t truV fvf krir tins O-. let prwiu Otlier ihm will m Iunuhe4 f or- 1 er. Atitlrm cmIi crim tn 11 IN r W HITMORE BROS., Fl iLIC L ILK. KB ofisC.