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OHIO. No. IS Maion Htrt 'l,AKGi:.ST CITY CIUCILATIO.N POETRY. ALL OVER KOW. All over now ! Tin trumpet hlaf , The hurried tramping to end iru. The sky wiih smoke over-cast, ihe bl-od of dentil and woo I All ended now. '1 ho syren song Of hope's oci-tnlic lay ulio-kwl:. And miner chords in plaintive lours. Wail out when gsy uotea aie orusbed. Neath feathery snow, In hallowed ground. lly far Putouiee's rippling lroin. Our lov'd oiiiw sleep: Hi" lulling waves Can ne'er diaturb tlio soldier s dream. Jinn whisper "i'eaoa;" the dove ol peace, l.ikn Nuah'f. searches fur her ami ; lie fuliln lior wings among Iho dead. Hut with the living liuda no rest I AH over now.! Wo gayeour all - our lov'd olios, bcmio ami prayers: G..J willoil that wo awhilo should wait In biltornofs ami tear. , Whit uee I of tosra T W by must they flow When all bot lite and btcath are guueT (1ml ua all I ami help the heart lo luurmur still. 1 by will bo dune I i I BY TELEGRAPH. MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES LATEST FCOM ALL (ARTEKS New Orleans. February R The weather is cloudy; thermometer, 72' Buiinesg ia retarded on the landing by ll, nciMimnlatinn of mud along the streets leading thereto. Arrivals Pauline Carroll and Baltic, from St Louis; Westmoreland, from Cincinnati, and General Quitman, from Vicksburg. Departures Mollie Able, for St. Louis; David White and Norman, for Leuisville; and Gen. Quitman, for Vicksburg. New Orleans, February;!! CtHton, easier; sales 5000 bales low middling at S0l31; middling, 3132; receipts, 18C9 bales; exports, 1909 bales; sugar, unchanged; molasses, stiffer; fair, 74e; prime to choice, 78(g79c. WaSMSGton, February 15. In the Senate a petition was presented from the citizens of Arkansas asking a bill similar to that passed by the House for the gov ernment of Louisiana. A fill passed punishing larceny from the Government by five thousand dollars fine, and imprisonment not more than ten years. The House resumed the consideration of the bill for military government in the South. After discussion it was moved that the bill be recommitted to the Judi ciary Committee, with Blair's amend ment Previous question seconded and passed 4 against 53. St. Louis, February 13. A man named Nichols murdered his wife and two children in Breomfield, Missouri, Sunday night, and then committed sui cide. A proposition was brought before the Missouri Senate yesterday, to amend the Constitution by striking out the word "white" wherever it occurs in that in slrument The ltiver Convention assembled at 10 a.m., President McPhcrson in the chair. A large number of delegates appenred, who had arrived since ytstarday's ses sion. Mr Barton Able, from the Committee on Resolutions, announced the follow ing names as the committee : Indiana Charles H Mekin and A F Temple; Pennsylvania Major Joseph Knapp undRC Gray; Minnesota E D Wil liams and II P Washburn; Illinois William Ejrgleton and O C Stainer; Tennessee W B Giles and H Heiner; Ohio Theodore Cook and A FGashorn; Wisconsin 11 C Libby and Mnjor E Paine; Missouri Judge S Treat and James BEads; Louisiana JeffThomp gon aud E Brigga; Kentucky R H. Woolfolk and B E Levy; Michigan James F Jayand and A WCopeland; Iown General A T Reed and H W Starr. The Chairman of the Committee on Credentials reported a corrected list of delegates, which occupied a considera ble length of time. General Vandover, of Iowa, moved that J. E. Abbott, who had been engaged as a civil engineer with General Wilson in the survey of the Upper Mississippi, ho requested to address the Convention, giving such information in relation to the survey as he saw fit Mr. Abbott took the stand ar.d entered into a detailed statement of the surveys made by Gen. Wilson, and the Engineer Corps, which abounded in (acts and figures, giving much information to the Convention. He gave a full description of all obstructions in the different rapids, and gave figures which will be of great benefit to the Convention. . Professor Waterhouse, of St Lonis, was invited to take the stand, and pro ceeded to rad a paper involving the whole question of river improvements. Join Billings on Prayer. From too many friends and from things at loose ends, good Lord deliver us. From a wite who don't love us, and from children who don't look like us, good Lord deliver us. From snakes in the grass, from snakes in our boots, from torchlight procea eions, and from new rum, good Lord deliver us. From pack peddlers, from young folks in lore, from old aunts without money, and kolcra morbia, good Lord deliver us. From wraith without charity, from praise withmit sense, pedigreei worn out, and from all poor relations, good Lord deliver os. From news paper sells, from pills that ain't physic, trotn females that Lint, and irom c.-n who Caller, gu-uj Lord de liver Li. From gals that chaw -um and wear dirty jxtticoatg, and from men who don't luv babies, good Iori deliver ua From other folks' secrets, and from our own: from mormons, and m'gnms, and woman's committee, good lord deliver us. From virtue without fraerance, from buti r tl.Rt smells, Irom negro camp mwt Miits, (rr.ro rat. turn are courting, joikI LtJ deliver us. DRUCS. It. D, WARD & CO. Wholcsalo and Hetall Dealers In X 3E?L TJ C3r J3 'Medicines and Cbemloala, Dental & Surgical Instruments TANCT ARTICLES. ETC., 173 Main M., Woodruff IHoi k Near Overton Hotel, 1UICMIMIIH, T1CNN KSH1CIC, Kemnhla. January 87, 1867, T TAKKTIIIS MKTIIOD OH INKORM1NO I i.. . n, i . i.n ,, rriandsand natron ..r i,i ..,'.. u'afi! a- MvClelland, that i have lilted up and, in person, koIooUmI an entire now stunk ot Drugs, Medioinos and Taney Artlolos, 1- r..-i UTL-o VTITTVrt nertntnlnr to S first ii iViiii.j i iii PkKridHll'TluN STORE and have employed comnemut aasiaUntl, ana will give pronal alteutiun to the buameae. rroaeriplions carefully compounded at an hours. JJAV ANU We have eonneeted with our store a large ..i ......ui i.' k 1 1 MsTA HL1S1IMKN I. which will lie unilur the superviaion ui ur Mr. J. 0. Ward, ouo ot llie nrui. 152 It. I. WARD CO. DIHOLUXION. THE PARTNKUSH IP nERETOFORE : EX 1 isting uiuUr the atyloot UILBKRT it Ulll- BKKia this Uny ilusoivou oy muiuai conacuv. The burnous of tho lute 8nn will be settled by ii. 11. IllUUtfc. January 1, w-i. kta Am iann.f-il of mv Interest In the Drug Store of (lilburt A lligbee to MAN3- FIKLD& lilUBKi;, 1 tnoiil curuiaujr roouur A .knn. in iv IriMnili. and aarneatlv be- lealc for them a continuance of the liberal pa tronage exienuea to our oiu iirm. fieil of their buaioens acquirement and skill as Tw..n.Piu,a T wi.h Air them the. eaaie success which has attended tho late partnership of Gilbert lligbee. Vt. 6. uiLUtai. IMPOKTAXT CHANGE. EEMOYAL. MANSFIELD & HI6BEE, Successors to Mansfield & Co., and Gilbert Eigbee, HAVE CONSOLIDATED TUB TWO inrM aihoTe. and removed the entire) stock of (iilbort & lligbee to the large and com modious - DRUG WAREHOUSE Of S. Mansfield & Co., Noei. 301 and 303 Slain St. This combination forms the most complete TluriF Fmtiiiriiim south of New York, where every facility will now be offered the purchaser of buying goods in our line at manufacturers P"ve'cordially Invite and direct the special at tention of all persons to this establishment be fore making their parchasea either in the East or West as our object and aim shall be to pro vide a 11UMK MAriKti, and tuueiy compe tition with all other cities. Our stock ot Goods is perfect and Complete at All Times. Our experience in the trade of Memphis is such that we understand end know the wants of Druggists, Physicians, Merchants, Builders, Manufacturers, Planters and others. We shall have in our employ none but the most experienced clerks and assistant. All our arrangements willenable-us to render per fect and complect satisfaction. Thankful for the liberal and extensive pa tronage bestowed upon ns heretofore by the citisens of Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama and Arkansas, and the territory west we hope by coaslant attention to our own business to merit and receive an increasing continuance. MANSFIELD 4 HIGBEE, Practical Druggists & Chemists 301 and ,303 Slain SU, MEMPHIS,' - - - TENN 2t x PROFESSIONAL. . H. M. SCALES, ATTOBNEY AT LAW, AUSTIN, MISS., AirltL PRACTICE IN TUNICA, COA- hoina and JJolivar counties. 153 r..T. acBi'uua. H. A. kOOKKS. SCHFGGS oV ROGERS, ATTOKNKY8 AX LAW, OFFICE-18 MADISON STREET. 4-18 MEMPHIS. TKNN o. aiLLKa. W. D. alLLkS. MILLER & MILLER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, PANOLA. MI-". ATTENTION, MERCHANTS! rlIE TERM OF OUR COPARTNERSUIP baring expired, and wishing to change ear bujiness, WE OFFER INDUCEMENTS to hare joa CAL.li AXD EXAMIXE OUR STOCK AND PRICES ! which will be VERY LOW FOR CASH, or ap proved I-ai-er, Thirty and Ki&(y Days. IVIK8QS tt GILBEBT, M Main street. ATTENTION II ATTENTION II I I) It. V. 11KATY, Of Fheiby eoonty. with T . K A II IV at CO., 1 '4 Main street, pp. Welles- Block. MEMFBIB. .... TESSES8IE, W-Ilf'LKSALE AND P.FTAIL DEALFRS If tnanr and 'la ilry l.-d., Lft-iiea nl Mi' rhc. Mm'i aa o'h a Cloth it c, V-fi'a and V-eta'a 1 '.ool. and bo. aad lurniiiiinl IVwid. ele. U e rail parttalar al-t-e-i-n Ii. tl. U-H tlial aiarar havms a baer ia the Ka:eni market., we or enM4 lo oit ve lre.a rood' 'ny week. W. I4 t-nt l.nt t- ll lo ar f riao. and eaumera a. iww as aer sjina ia ibis ettr. i.a'1 iiid ptihip. mt a-ek auil ir'. . K Ml i , I in- , Mail l,-.p. stMlM fcwrk. jlrMANOS. CHIOKERINQ SONS (Established UT.,1 MAN UI-'AOTU KICKS OK arnnl,!-inro, nndUirIc:l PIANO-FORTES WAni:nooM8, No. 032 Broadway, Nw York CIIICKEUING & SONS'J Grand, Sauara and Uprlgbt T'TANO .FORTES A1 RE KOW. A3 TTIBT KVKR II A V B been, ooaaiilered 1 11 K nui i.i a.ui fcA, having been awarded Sixty-Fivo Prizo Medals, Of which fourteen were received In the months of September and Ootober, lNki, and lirst Pre miums over all competitor at the 'nereni principal Kails in this country. and the i'llllh MbVAbai me World's. ITnir, Loudon. THALBERG'S OPINION. T nn.M.e rbtekerim A Sons' Pianos be yond comparison, the best I have sees in America. p- iilik".""! "Chair's Jury on Musical Instruments. S Among the chief points of eioellence of the Ch.rkerinr Fianal. ot wuicn ai-oaa mi ro- .riiaiin ihelr oonvratulatory teatimo Bials to the Messrs. Cbickering, are Ihegreatest hi- .l.,,th r-hnMS and volume of tone. combined with a rare brilliancy, clearness and perfect evenness Ibrougnout ine enure acme ; ana, aoov an, a surpnaioa aanu.. -". iUm mm and aviuoathetio Quality of which never changes under the most delicate or powe rful touch. , .... Darius the nast forty-three years this firm nai manuiacturea 30,000 PIANOS, Tn the eoastrnetion of which they have Intro- a,a .v.rw knnwn and valuable improvement. They have invariably been selected and used by all of the world's ncknowMu'd great artists who have visited tui country proieseionniu'. both for private and public use. . THALBERG1 T Mini Her Chirkerim k Sons' Pianos, be yond comparison, tne nest x nave ever seen in GOTTSCHALK. . ' T ennaldar Chickering k Sons' Pianos su perior to any In toe woriu. ... "They are unrivaled for their singing uali .Im .n,l fnr the harmonintts roundness of their tnne- There is a perfect homogeneity through out all the registers, ine upper notes are re n,.rlr.hli foraelearness and purity which I do not find in anyotherinstrument, while thebas 11 distinguisuea tor power wunoui nanonoaa. and for a magnificent sonority." WEHLL Vonr Pianos are superior to any I have ever seen in this country or in Europe. " I have never heard a tone so perfect ; it yields every expression that is needed in niusio, and its quality is capable of change to meet r aentiment. This is a rare power, and is derived from the perfect purity of iU tone, to- getner wiiD iu sympauiuuc, eiasuu aim weu- balanced toucn." - POZNANSKI. Tlnrfntf tba nasi eleht vears I have con stantly played upon the justly-celebrated Erard Iiano.s; yours are the only instruments that I have luund, either here or in Europe, to equal them in all their points of excellence." Watton'i Art Journal, of Nov. 11. 18I5, says: Mfuiama Abel eerformedon the new Chicker ing Grand, which took the (iold Medal at the Fair of the Massachusetts Cbaritabie Mechan ics' Association, held at Boston last month. ( ts the HObiett itutruaiettt ie ever Aeura tn concert room. 1 Tt tnav be satisfactory to our patrons nnd friends among the public at large te suite that testimonials nave been received from all the Imtine artists who have visited or are now re- aiding in the United Htatos. a few of whose nam os, besidei those above, we appenu : Leo. De Meyer, R. Hoffman, M.Strakosch, Alfred Jael, Oustav batter, Jullien, 11. Sanderson. J. Benedict, Arthur Napoleon, And many others. CARD. Tt ia with foelinn of pride, as American man ufacturers, that we publish the following testi monials, which have been received Ly us re cently: EVBO?EAN TESTIMONIALS. Beoeived during the month of August, 1HG6. Lokdok, July &, lWlS. Mcaava. C.Birxntma k Sons Gents: I have much pleasure in enclosing a docuuent signed by the first eeuiposers. musicians and profes sors in Europe. I held your Pianos in such high estimation (vioe my certificate) that I folt it my duty to take one of them with me to Eu rope to ascertain theopinion of my professional brethren. The enclosed certificate will prove uw unanimous tttey nave been on tne subject. b to forward, at the same time, a letter I received from my friend Mr. Collar, which I am sure must be gratifying to you. I bava the honor tone, gentlemen, vours very truly, ' JAMKSM.Wi.IILI. Loxdok. Jan. 11 laGfl. Jama Sr. Wekli, Mr Dsab His: I have groat pleasure In asking you to convey to Messrs. Chickering the expression ol my nigncst approval oi ineir in strument. It Is, I eonsider, not merely the best netrument ot American manufacture ttial 1 are tried, but oueot the finest lirand Jiauo- ortae that has ever come under my observa tion i and the Messrs. Dickering may well be proud of having turned out from their mint- aciorj BD iDKiruuieut wunu, iwi lutn, iuunir, iwer and workuiansnip, itwouiu oe very uim eult to surpass in any part of the wide world. Wear sir, very sincerely yours, CUAS. 1). CO I. LARD. inn of Collard k Collani, Piano-jVorte Manu- acturera, ionaon. Loidoii, August 22, li!. Jam il. WMi, .0. . , MTDattbis: As you are going oaca 10 ine oited Stales. I must beg you U remember ue indly to the Messrs. Cbiokering. Tell them I aa delighted with their liraud Piano-Porte rood a instrument. I think, as rm ever wrned sum. fs tn ww a flan cone. uning you, etc.. I remain ever truly. 11. F. BROADWOOD. inn ol I. Broad wood k boas. Piano-tort Manufacturers, uonuon. Losdo, July JO. WK Mia..a.rnirtiliia k Sons Oents: I have juat been invited by Moasrs. Collard to try a Uraaa f iano-rne manuiaciure-a uj jua, u I have no herniation in iudring the opinion of uiy old fnend. Mr. 0. D. Collard. vu.: That it is the tnest inatruinent that I ever played on. Uelieve me, geLUemen. moai iauniuii r vnura, J. L. JdAaXON. lestlmonials from the Koit Distinguished Artisu im Jauropa w iri, niitau iOBS: . -LIMA Losses, jmrM -". Tl.wfn tI.vmI Btmn a Piann-Korte made by Meeara, Chickering k Sons, of Huston and New ork. I have aiaca pleasure in lajsiujing ui iia general eieellenee. roe ivmum ana nniiiaaer oi wn,, of toaea, and magnificent power for concert p art", i eunaiiier it a reaiir uaiko riAsit Voara. ase oa. idsdlv vna aisr I asva atrk or Aaieicn aastracrviti. aiakLt.a Uouoago, on w mwuni, A. Oaaoaaa, AtrsiD jiki.u Limisav buii'ks, J. Mohh rro-- s-.r of Cot. "o . atoire de Leiplig. S. AkTHta C'trrxL, Director of .Monday Concerts, London. W. Kcgk, VI" BkkinlCT, W. ti.Lt a. sis. lUi.tk. IIM IT KU'MllUa. ana Kariai.ia. bviakki 6i-a. Ctrl vital from Dtt Carl Rrinnkr. nrrnr ttwnnw ftonltonw of M'mltlMi.m, tV.a tn (ac VtynmrrfiUnn nnd Um t'mfiifittr of rrbrn eat " 6neaaytaia (.Wrerls " ia Lruntc. Liirfir, July, WA. t hereby aaaert and ati.rm that the i.rand Pian Forte ot Chtekenltr i..na. i,f b-t n and Kew Vork, whwh I karetiu-d anlentii wd, is owe 1 the f oeet inatrvaeoUul theclai that ever easse te say a-it'-'-e. CAKL REIXECKE. ILLr-TRATED ALBUMS and Phi LisU eat by aaaii. WAniTuboMS, 652 Broadwaf, New York. DANKINC. UEO. R RI'TTKR. Preaident, W. A. HILL. Cashier. Tennfcsseo National Bank. OK MIOMl'llIH. DESIGNATED DEPOSITARY AND . FINANCIAL. AOENT iir Tin U N 1 T K 1) HTATIOH, Ago Tllk FISCAL AOENT DKPOBITABT sol V 1-'.STT11N NF.SH 1 V$ XJli: HAXlXiiH BANK'OF ME1MP.HIS, o:k f 1 c:k: w o . a i izi a. 1 is:;h x. HI. J. WICKS, Prosidont. W. C. licCLURE, Cashior. 4-n FKAXKLIN IXSIUAME VOUM, UnuUiiiij: IIoubc, CORNER JEFFERSON AND FRONT ST3. MKMPHIS, TKNN. D. McCLURE ... . R. LUCAS L.- HAMMOCK.. ..President. ...Onnhier. ..AssU't Cashior ritRANSACT SOLELY A UiS.M'.KAL I Hanking Butineas. Collections promptly attended to. and Sueks, (Jold and every de scription of Uovernment Securities bought and sold on Commission. DIRECTORS: D. MeClure.' Newtu Ford, W. B. Oalfireath,' J. 11. Slater. J. Rr.wlings. M. L. Sory, Joseph Tagg, j. 1M PEOPLE'S BANK OF TENNESSEE, MEMPHIS, A'o. 12 Bljwllson Street. F. W. SMITH...- -President. D. A. PirEPfTERD. Csslner. 1M SEWINC MACHINES. GICOVEIl e BAKER'S CELEBRATED ELASTIC STITCH SEWING MAOHffiNES! 30 TH alii St.. Moiiiplila. in Proposals for Street Pavements. MAYOR'S OFFICE, I Mruritis, Tknis., February 1, 1867. f SEALKU PROPOSALS WILL BK ItE eeived at this ullice until VI o'clock ol Tuvs dnv, ilehruary iiith, H!7. for grading and pa ving, 'with NICHOLSON pavement Main f trout, from Auction to Calhoun : becond street from Winchester to Bnal ; Poplar street, from Front to the city limits; Adams street, from Front to the city limits : Jefferson street, from Main lo Charleston avenue; Court street, on the north and south sides of Court Square, from Main to ticcond ; Madison street, from Front to the Memphis and Charleston railroad bridge: Union street, from Front to Welling ton ; Beat street, from Front to Wellington, and Front street, from Union to Beal. Also, lor paving with STUNK Front street, from Market to Union : Centre alley and Sec ond alley from Market to Union, and all al leys running from Front to fSccond between Market und Union streets. The entire length of the proposed Nicholson pavement will measure about six and three fourths miles; aud the entire length of the proponed stuno pavement will measure fur streets about two-thirds of a mile, and for alleys nearly two miles. The terms and conditions on which propo sals will be received and entertained, specifica tions of materials and work.tenns of payment, and other information relating thereto, if .' 'luireil. em be obtained at thia oflice, or f Francis Foster, City F.nginecr. Bids uiuft be inclosed in envelopes; ar. stamped with sealing wax asross the fold of tbs paper, and indorsed. " Proposals, for paving atreet with pavement, naming the strecj orallevsnnd kind of pavotnent), and must be addressed to the Mayor and Finance tuiuuiit- l'.irtics making proposals will be required to bi'l for each streot separately. Terms of payment are one-half canh. the balance in thirty, sixty and ninety days from the runipletion of each section of three hun dred and eighty lent. W. 0. LOFLAND. Mayor. N. B.Tlie right to uae Nicholson's patent is secured t.v the eitv. and will he let to con tractors at tliefamo price paid by the city fif teen cents perysrd Hu L Al) X JL1 ' A CLEAR BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION -II8K- CLOOM OF YOUTH. ttENUINB Preiped only by OUORUIC W. L.AI111J. THIS DELIGHTFUL TOILET ARTICLE hasaoe-ioalfor Preserving and Beautifying U.e Complcxioa aaa bkin. Depot, 74 Fulton Streot, IT. T. Fold by Prorsi.ts everywhere. 4-Jt A JC 51 O I it I - J X I X L X if, N'o. Madiaon KtroU 1 'HE I'.Ii.IITH Si:-"Tn VUI.L ";.M- uentci'ti enncH.iKy. rtn, o.imii. 1 KMibl 11. AH.WULK. 1-riocu-al. rrM'A) I M'v k$ PRINTING. O00D WCRK..-CABH PRICES Punotnallty Bfori AH Things WIIITHOKE EUOTIIEILS, s Proprit4rt Oe! THE PUBLIC LEDGER HT1UAM JOB PRINTING- HOUSE 13 SlatliNou Street.'; Davingnowln full and & Ieteoperation The Book and Job Departments of this extensive establishment, we take this uiode of ealling the attention of our natrons and friends, aud the publio generally, to our new STEAM ARRANGEMENTS This office Is now the lnrgost and host aa Pointed Printing House in the Southwest, and fully equal to any in the East as regards its fa cilities for executing with Cheapness, Neatness and Pispatoh, Printing of every variety and In any color. It cannot be surpassed by any esUiklunmeut East or ttiouth. I ILL KINDS OF WOIIK, Either In Plain' or Ornamental Type Plain Black, Colored Inks: Gold Leaf and Bronzes, la every manner known to the profession, at home. or abroad, ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN PIUNTING. BOOKS AXD PAMPHLETS Printed with beautifully out type. 1 mmm Ornamental, Plainjand IFancy Steamboat Printing, Specimens always on hand at our Counting Kouui. INVITATION CARB3 And BALZa TICKETS, Illuminaiodlwith the latest ornamentaljland ball room scenes. ' Our largo assortment or tvne for SHOW BILLS AND POSTEIiS Isinot excelled in the United States. Tlie ILiarco I'ictorialss Can now be as readily and cheaply done at this oPice as they are in the East, and la as hand some stylo. We have in onr oflioe the largest silo Presses now in uso. together with Steam Jobbers & Power Presses In addition tn onr extra large tvpe. we have a splendid assortment of sLiall nlaiu and fancy Job Letters, suitable for tin 1 work. BUSINESS CARDS AND CIRCULARS Done in handsome stylo, with xuitable engrav ings representing iiaiancus. DIPLOMAS ESr schools and colleges printed equal to cop. perflate, Masons', Odd Fellows', and S01 4 of TomjHrano C O N H T I rr UTiONH Printed in elegant it fie. Our Frloes Hare Been Heduoed, And now will compare with the cheapest rega arty established Job Offices in Kew York or Philadelphia. Welareleaablodltolprint CARDS AND BILL-HEADS With great celerity, and our prices arVpropor tionatialy lower. Prompt and particular attention! tiTea te all kinds of Military stud ltsallroskd PRiirriNO. Bills Lading. Bank t'heeks. Funeral Notices, Catalofuee, Cireniara 01 an kic as, 11 at Hps, lnuranc l'olicia, iilank Deeds, Kill heads. Labels. Auction Hilla, Programmes, Iray TifkuU, Periihlicala. Aiiti-s, Maxitiines, Iilauk. Reoeipts. LleeUoa Tiekets, .. . ..Lf. .. lb COTJNTRT STORE BILLS Of every dexrriptiiim. Illuminated with iultable devices, such as railraaad eara, steamboats, eos. BLARE UOKS. With printed laea-ls, uvether with every k'.ni ot 1 lain and 'asary Wo.-a Jooe with dispatch. niTMORS BROTH EM U MadsMartrswa, OSTAfVSJM EDI CI N E. An Old Son? set to a iew Tune. -t4 As Spring approaches Antaand Kuaelies From their hulus come out. And Mine and Rats, In apite of Cats, Uuily skip about. . " IS years established In N. V. City." " Only infallible remedies known. ' Not dungeruus to the ITuinHn Family." r rue iroiu fiuiaona. " Hats coma ou out oi their holes to die." "Costar'e" Rat. Boaoh, oto., Bxtermin'r Is a paste used for Bats, Mice, Hooches, Black nnd Hod Ants, etc., etc. "CostaT'e" Bed-Bug Exterminator Is ijli.juid or wash used to destroy, . And also as a preventive for Bed-Dugs, eto. "Costar'i" Eleotrio Powder for Insects Is for Moths, Mosquitoes, Fleas, Itod-Eugs, lu sects on l'luntM, l owls, Aniiimla, etc. Bowaro of all worthless imitations. See that CoHTAR'a " nauae ia on euh Itnv ft., iu and Flask, beforo you buy. Address, IIEtfKY Jt. COSTAIl, 1HI Ilroadwny, N. V, Sold In Memphis by MANSFIELD A II 10 BKK. 31)1 and Ml'i Alain street, an,! kv li.,,. giaia anu xwutiierB evurywnere. "C O HTAlt'S'j CELEBRATED IBUCKTHORN SALVE, For Cutis, Barns, Bruifeu, Wounds. Boild. Can- Blind nnd Painful 1'ilwt; tSrn.luloun. putrid and Ill-coiiiJitiimftd Rnr Til Swellings, ij-uptions. Cutaneous Affections, Ringworm, Itch, Corns, Bunions, Chilblains, etc,; Chapped Hands, Lips, etc. ; Bites of Spi- uerv, iaBcuia, AUluiaia, ULO., 010. r Boxes, 25c, 50o snd $1 00 tises. r Sold by all Druggists everywhere. -And by HENRY R. flDSTAR. nn,, dfti Broadway, N. Y. -And by MANSFIELD A TtTOTiEK. SM auu ou.1 jiaiu airvefc. in umpuLS. jienn. "COSTAB'S" UNIVERSAL COI2.1V SOLVENT ? 0 R CORNS. BUNIONS, WABTB, ETO. sr Boxes, 25c, 50o and St 00 liios. Sold by all Druggists everywhere. mWAnd byllENRY R.C0STAR, Depot 481 Broadway, N. Y. MmJ Anil MlVQVTVT.n JV tlTHtlUS 001 ' ' J ......1.1 . u.j i . u. IllllliSll., wl'A and 303 Mam street, Memphis, Tenn. " COSTAB'S" ' Preparation of BIttcr-Swect & Orange Blossoms MB BKaUTIFVING THK COUPLKXION. VtmA In Cnrnn maA Tl t . , I f.. L. CI. T u move irockless Piibples, Kruptions, etc. Latliea are now iitonff it in .r.-t'i.rAtiiiM tn nil others. ' Bottlee, II. Sold by all Druggists everywhere. r And b tlRVRY R nnSTAJl iSi Broadway. If. VT ' - l.,l k. U IVCt'Tl'f n a llmnee v.. and jX'-i Mam street, Memphis, Tenn. " COSTAB'S " JpgCToSAt COUGH REMEDY , i For Coughs. Coldl. Hoarseness. Sore Throat. Croup, WhoopinrCoiigb, Indurate, Aathma. Consumption, lninehial Afieetiens. and all V iseases ot the liroat and i.ungs. Mi- Bottles, 2-'i its., 50 cts., and f 1 sites. " Sold by all Pruggiats everywhere. W And by HHNRY R. COST A R. Depot 181 Broadway, iN. x . -Anil by MlNSFIELD ft II 10 E EE. 301 ana.HU Mainatrelt, Memphis, lenu. C;OH T A. II H HIiSIICjl PILLS, A rglTjfS.lt. DlXMk riLL, For Nerreus and irk Ilei'laehe. Co.tivene, ln'lta--ion, iiy-S P-'ia, llniH-e-mei, Ciniti.a-ti-in. Iiiarrtiea. tii Cli 'li", r evera. and gen eral dera'Beit.f the 1'iie.tiva Organs. f B-iea, 2T, d.. iets..and tl sitta. Br hj a) ll'mriint ererrwher. r And hr I! tSRY R.C0STAR, Depot 4M EK-dwai, N. 1 .i m m- i.j km Pin Ii A niiirrir tn I aa-l J"! Maia streH. Mru.i hia. Iran, aud 1 CHINA AND CLASSWARE u CHINA, tlLAHH . , iso nFKEX.SWAKE. feulTer for sale our entire stock of China, Glass tt Qasensware, For the text sixty dsys at Qreatly Reduoed Trioos FOR CASH. tlo.se Cash Buyers will find tt lo their Interest to Examine our Good m and Prices. J. DOLFINGER A CO., 44 north iuU Court .Vounre Bet Main and Second Streets, MEMPHIS, TENN. Blsaitl sf - MECHANICAL. IMPORTANAT To Oat Fitter, Locksmiths and Bell - Hangers I IN CONNECTION WITH OUR FOUNDRY and Machine Shop, we have just completed a new Brass Furnace, and also secured the ser vices of a flrst-clas Brass Moulder. We aro propared to manufacture all descriptions of 11 RASH CASTINGS on tho shortd-t notice, and on theinost reason able terms lUrders solicited snd sntinfuctiun guaranteed. KANDLE Jt HEATH. Chickasaw Foundry and Machine Shop, K. tK and KO North Second street, opposite Market Square 2 Wl. BAKER & CO., Carpenters and Builders, Shop, 104 Jefferson Street, MEMPHIS, - - TENN. JOB WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. si Cull and see us. U1' TI1E0DUUE ANUEKSON, Oamenter and Builder, Shop No. 144 Beat street; Residonoo, 52 Avery street, MEMPHIS, .... TENNESSEE. Particular attention paitltn Job Work. 4-18 Gam and Steam ripo Vlttc-i-, 212X Seoond Street, corner of Jefferson Btreot MEMPHIS, TEHW. KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A well selected stock of Iron and Brass Lift and Force Pnmn l7 COMMISSION. ngjtDknsnn Owiit, Late of Brown ft Owen. ti. V. M'Nurr, Late of M'Nutt, Trotter ABuilcy J. C. P. Hammond. OWEN, McNIITT & CO., Cotton and Tobacco Factors Receiving, Forwarding and General Commission Merchants, , No. 11 Monroe Sired, MEMPHIS, : : : : : TKNN LL COTTON. TOBACCO OR 0TI1E Produce, consigned to us, insured, unless oth erwise instructed. Bneging, Rope and other Supplies furnished at the lowest morkot price 144 FURNITURE. GEORHR JUTl'IIET.I,, I JOH.V p. iiokkmax, Memphis, Teiln. ) Momphin, Tenn. hitcukll a ravvklsudki;, Cincinnati, Ohio. MITCHELL, II0FF3IA.V & CO. 303 Main and 36 Monroe Sts., n ic Hi'His, rv ifl jm.. . Manufacturers of all kinds of FURNITUKE, And Dealers in CARPETS. OIL CLOTHS, CUR TAIN OO0D8 and LOOKINC ' GLASSES, Bhuck. Moss, Hair nnd BpriiiK MATTKKSSEt), FEATHKRH, oto. Koep con stantly on hand the LAKOEST STOCK and beat assortment to be found in the'SOUTil. , BEINO CONNKCTKD WITH TIIE WELL known bouse of Mitchell Jt Ksminelaberg, of Cincinnati, whose reputation is widely known aa being the ino.t extensive Furniture manufactory in the United States, and whoo work ia acknowledged ly all judges to le sutie tior to any other made, we are prepared to ith-r better work than ran be purchased elsewhere, at prices very little over Cincinnati cottaud carriage. Wo especially call the attention of the publio to our stock of Carpeting:, ltucm, 15 to., a large portion of which was selected "bv our Mr. Ho t! in a ii in KnRlAnl ni nnnncr, nnd im Iorlrti direct by u, ainonfr-t which i Home of th FINEST rvor brou(ht t thii city. l'artitM wirhins to purcbeve ml ttuterTsm In our tKk nd pric to be etiovinf-ci that we run and will pell them better and r!ir,jr cnodi than thv ran ff-hite eNcwhte Partiaa wntin FAKl.oK KUllKSrlm ko-l-Brt th frameXf bruralellc, !?., them-.-l vei, and bave tha work dmn by icricnciil ui bol"terrP to unit their own U'tfg, ALL tiOOIS U ARKAMtO to be n r p rynr'i. .i A. LOWKNTJIAI BOOT AXD SHOE - MAKKK, lias reaored to 320 MIX STKKET. A. LOWENTIIAL & CO., MArFACTt"RFR A v"r DE AI.l:r IX i b.mta and bbia, Ma a street. ' I toots niitl HlmoH I. to r.r.lfref best a.aterials. ia Ute 1 nr'a at abertevt avire.