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OfUcr, No. I MtdUon Htrm JPOETRY. WK PART. We part J No more fr ui Love's senile star Hiall Mj phe upon a blende ! way. But each mut frum Ihe other wander lar, And smarsie bear tin burdins of our day. Ve part ! Yet oh I to mo thin youthful dream llti been of life lh very Inn .t spriut! A joy forever did the vision serin. And oven now my u.arl will to it elms I Me .rt : and I to forth atone, all Iot-, A wi.ary wanderer o'er life s dreary waste. The bloom end frlin.. of my heart are onsj And plessure'ssweete leave hut a Marsh tuite. Hut h ! for another he thy yniini heart's ft. A nohltr on. do homage at thy ihnn.1 Yes. may'st thou loaru. ore it hull be too lto. 'Jo know devotion, and to nuke It thine. Tlion farewell, 'tis all my heart can say. No harsh tcprooh my lips will ever '. BriBht. cloudless, peacelul be your onward LovTn'a-iored. and appreeialod mayyouever lira BY TELEGRAPH. MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES LATEST FR(M AIL QUABTKBS FROM WASHINGTON. Wasiiinotow, April 2. In the Senate to day Mr. Johnson caused to be read a long letter from Mr. Thomui of Mary land in defense of his loyalty, and hia oflicin.1 conduct. After a debate the let ter was referred to the Judiciary Com- mitteo. FOREIGN. LoxnoX, April 2 evening. Consols closed at 91e. Five-twenties, 75c. Il linois Central shares, 79c. Erie, 3!)Jc. In th House of Lords last night the Duke of Buckingham said the proposi tion of the transfer of Russian North America to the United State was a mat ter of indifference to England. Litebpool, April 22 p.m. Cotton has slightly declined; uplands, 12Jd; Breadstufls are firmer and advancing. Dcbms, April 2. A dispatch from Cork reports a fight this morning near that city between the troops and a band of Fenians. Several rebels were taken prisoners. I'abis, April 1. The Universal Expo sition was formally opened this morning. The day was observed as a holiday by the entire population. At 10 o'clock the doors were opened, and by the time the Emperor arrived 5000 persons were in side, and at least 100,000 had assembled outside. Good policemen were on duty, and the order was excellent. Every car riage in Paris seems to have been em ployed. The grounds around and the building is in a lamentable state of con fusion. Not one tenth of the grounds are open and arranged. The French de partment is in the best order, and next to that the Russian, and then the Eng lish. All the other departments are not ready. The American department is ne rf the most incomplete. The commis jioners, exhibitors and Americans gen erally are very much dissatisfied with Commissioner Beckworth, who appears to be totally inefficient The only depart ment in operation is a restaurant, but even herethe Americans are bubindhand. The only goods which have been injured in the oyage are American.' A brilliant company, blazing with diamonds and orders, filled the Central Hall, and to welcome them the Empe ror and Empress came precisely at two. They dreve up a long avenue covered with a canopy of green and gold, deco rated with flags and lined with soldiers, and alighted at a splendid pavilion es pecially bnilt for them. The Emperor immediately reappeared and gave his arm to the Empress, and proceeded on foot to the main door, preceded by the Chamberlain's party, and passed around jho entire gallery, Dearly a mile long. The Emperor spoke a few words to each Commissioner, but at the American department he stopped with the Em press and bowed to the crowd, who were cheering heartily. At one o'clock the invited guests assembled at the art gal lery, where America made a fine show, many fine pictures being exhibited, and well bung ;' but the English display was much greater;, but when the guests gathered, however, the superiority of the American ladies was conceded. They re the belles of the day. The Exposition will not be ready until May. One-half the space is allotted to France, and that is not complete. The English are very strong in machinery, beating the Americans in that depart ment There is nothing like the number of strangers present that was expected. The number of Americans is not much greater than is usual every season. Prices hare gone up fearfully and the hotels have raised their charges fifty per cent It is useless to come to see the Exposition beftsre May. FROM HARTFORD. Hartford, Cos., April 2. The election returns are nearly all in. The Democratic State ticket is elected by 700 majority. The Democratic majority on Longre-estneo is lM'O. ihe average Democratic mjoriy on the whole ticket is 1200. Hotchkiss (Democrat) was elected to Cong-ei in the second dis trict by 1500 msjorit? ; Hubbard (Demo crat) in the first ty 500, and William S. Brenham (Democrat) was eVcted in the fourth district by 5"0. The Republicans floctel S:rkw?a;ber in the third district It 17 '0. The Legislature is Republic ran by a small and reduced majority in each House. FROM RICHMOND. Richmond, April 2. Gene ra! SefcoCel J has iBJ an crior intending ail e!e tijti crtl! the reg:s;rauo is corcpieted, fcti in the Dir,!iir ar.T vacancies oc FROM MONTGOMERY. MontuoMKKV. Ala., April 2. General Swivnc. chanted with the administra tion of Iho military bill, says a literal . .. ... i . l . 1 mmt.liaiiita With the Civil Klgtlll U"l will be uxpeoted, and payments fur sr vices rendered the Stato during Ilia war are poretnptorily forbidden. Gcnoral Popo will establinh Jits neau- qnnrtwM at A'lnnta. C R O C ERIIESj J. IF It Is any ndvantnse a buvlnsr Goods 'VERY LOW M 'for Cash, .VINSON'S Is thtV I a .... MAAnll lnfVknj fcT7.mn.rj i niii ium iciiiuuki j IjFLOl'R, BITTEB, If MEAL. C1IEESE, H r 1 t;j. iritis sminvi Inifinv t'iWVVV A LAUD, TEA, W ErVAnd several hundred pack-i H asres of Fancy Groceries. n fcj .VINSON. tats Ivlnson Gilbert. IL ' 941 Main St. K? "THE ABERDEEN EXASIIXEU" 8 ME ONLY DAILY PAPER BETWEEN Columbus, Miss., and Memphis, and affords thrnush It adverting column! onurpafsu r..M:iu:a f..p Aitmmnnin&Llon between the mer chants of the Bluff City and the merchants and planters of the intorinr. Its proprietor! bavins bought out the HUNNV HOUTH OKVICK, lb material and subscription lifts of the two papers Into one, feel no hesitancy in elaiming that no journal in Miisiippi Is bet tor calculated to win trade for its aaveriuiing pa roni than the EXAMINER. 8. A. JONAS L'O . n-tnA Publijhern and Propriotors. THE RALEIGH PROOKESS. DAILY AND WEEKLY. J. Julius Guthrie, Jr., Editor and Prop'r. TinE OLDEST DAILY IN RALEIGH. I naa trie coeup. " i f State. That it is a Journal the people ol North Carolina moil iieiru uu .k,..jv.., -fully evinced by iti rapidly increasing- cirrula lation. It contaim all matters of importance, . I it: 11 . ia inrlalkflllHont in ItJI Hewn mu m lPCBii"." , a..-f. . e politic: bold and fcrleMin.iU expresonof views on siftie ana n aiuiui ummiui.- .--,-.. by no party or popular prejudice ; has lome- tnins every aay community, and that will maVe it an acceptable and airrccttble vuitor in me rnuiiu Hrite Boudoir.thc Counting Koom.the More, the Workshop, and the Sanctum ol tliebtudent. It devotea a iarge portion of in spaco to Agri culture and Mechanics, as .well aa to bcience and Light Literature. It is elaaais in its stylo and religiously moral m m . " ". - a newspaper that ihonld be rea l by every one. Dailv. per annum, 9; : mw. V" uuU..., t.1. AdvertinouienU inserted on reasonable ... . eou-'w THE CUEINTH WEEKLY NEWS, PCBLISnSD ETKBT 8ATURDT BY axiLMGAar bugs, a veset. At Corinth, Mlsjisaippi. rfHE CORINTH WEEKLY NEWS IS NOW J. in its aecoud volume, and is the largest and probably tue molt wiubiv cifcuihiou "."i' pem publinhed in North Miwiiiippi. The rail ..., ,lcu.nni7. f.f Cirinth have enabled the proprietora ol the New to ex tond it circulatmn in all tho neighboring towns in MirxinMppi, Tennes.ce and Alabama. Its advertimng nol umnn, therefore, prcont peculiar advantages to mercbantu and cithern who doiro to extend their hu.ine.il initial direction. Mr. THUS. A. M.AIK, No. 15 Union .treel, Mcmphin, will receive the favors of biumcjii men who wish to solicit trade through he col umn" ofthe Weekly New.. eod-R9 THE FAYETTE FALCON, PUBLISHED WEEKLY. BT 8. G. St J. L. SPARKS, At Bomerville, Fayette County, Tennessee. Terms $3.00 per Annum, in Advance. rpHK PKOPRIHTOKK WOULD CALL THE 1 attention of buninefs men of MemphU to THE FALCON as an eiccllent medium for giving publicity to their buninew Circulating in a section of country, from which Memphis derived au itnmonne trade, the bcnetlt to be de rived from advertiiing in its columns will at once be seen. SATIS Or ADVERTI8IK0 : One iniiare r.f ten linrn. or let'. St 50 for Unit innertion, and "J ccnt for each eubnequent in sertion, tjnecial Notioeii, in lo,al column, '.0 cent per liue. The usual reduction will be mane on mommy ana yeany auveriiF," incntn. eod-w NOTICE, PUNTERS! Don't complain of high prices any longer, but to to toe ALLEN HOUSE, Cor. Washington and Second 8ts. ALLEN B0YSAT THE DESK. 4 FIRST - CLASS UOTEL IS OURS. Cliaruet are moderate. No trouble or ex pense Mliall be spared to MAKE ALL COMFORTABLE, and all for $2 W per dav, or ten dollars per week. AUo. hve a number of fine rooint suit abl for familiev fitted to order. 1H-1M .M. AI.I.KN. proprietor. SIEMI'DTS & tUAKLhMO.X ILK. THE ONLY ALL RAIL ROUTE TO NEW YORK, AND ALL FEAIiOARD CITIES 13 VIA Decatur, N.'hrille and l.nuinrille. The Memphis and t'barl-itnn Railroad will aell Thnxigh Ticked by thia route. Ilagrage che.akl to I.oui.rillo. All other line being interrupted by the lecent flood, this ia the only remaining rail route. For particular, call, at omce Memphis and Chnrleiiton Railroad, 13 Court utreet. Trains leave daily at ti i p.m. and 7:10 a.m. W. J. KSS, General Superintendent. A. A. HAK.NKS. 15-41 General Ticket Agent. a. c. WH.SOK. C. r. MORUaXD. THE KOSCIUSKO CHEOMt'LE, Publiihed Weekly by H. K. WILSON c CO.; Kosciusko, Uiaalaalppl. 1JEIS8 THE OLDEST S EWSPAPER IN Central MiiMtaippt, with an eitemive circula tion. Merchants and I!uinea men generally will find it a very detirabla advert'ing mo dern. piibrription$ ftI per year. (cd-SV J. DKANDE.MJIUU & 10., Dealers ia EcadjeMade Harney, SadJIcrj, CODDLES. BRTDI.Ef, II ARNF.SS, COL- ' iam. Uucea. Inces. LeilQer, tttv Fid- taga.Lc, o. 23S .Mnln MrM t, MEMPHIH, TKNNKHSIXIC EEPAIF.IStJ NEATLY DUNE. mr F'iaf.cr.t llair f.r tile. Cub ti4 t II lUea. i FIANOS. OHKIKERING & SONS, (Eilalli.he.1 UJ.) MANUFAOTUKNKS OF Gritntl, Hniiro, ttusl Uirlt;lit lIAIVO-FOIlTJ3S. WARKltOOMS, No.052:nroadwar, Xcw YttiU. CillCKEEIXG & SONS' Grand, Bquar and Upright II - FORTES i RE NOW. AS TnEY EVER HAVE A bien. ion.id?rd TUK BKST IN AMER ICA, having been awarded Sixty-Fivo Prizo Medals, Of which fourteen were received In the months of September and October, IhiVS. and Jurat Pre mium, over all competitors at the different principal Fain in tun country, an J the rUia MEDAL at the World's Fair, Loulon. TIIALBERG'S OPINION. ' I oonnidcr Chickering 4 Son, Pianos be yond oomparison, the best I have fan lu America. f'- TIIALBLRU. "Chair'n Jury on Musical Instruments. Among tho chief pointa of excellence of the Chickering Pianai. of which pcuk the re nowned nrtiys in their congratulatory torn 1100 nials to the Jlesara. Chickeriug, are the greatest possible depth, richness and volume ol tone, combined with a raro brilliancy, clearness and perfect evennees throughout the entire scale i aud, above all, a surprising duration of sound, the pure and sytnpathotio quality of which never changes under the most delicate or l'ow rful touch. ... During the pant forty-three years this firm has manufactured 30,000 PIANOS, In the construction of which thoy have intro duced every gnown ana vhiuuuic iiun.m uw.w They have invariably been selected and ued by all of the world's acknmcUdged grout artists who have visited this country prolcsaionally, both for private and public use. THALBERG .. . , l a t - v- 1 eonsider tnicHnn, a cum j-muw., yond comparison, the best I have ever seen in America. G0TTSCHALK. T eoAiiiter Chickering k Sons' Pianos su perior to aoy in the world. ... ., l oey are unnvaiou wt io.u ,m,ius su.'j Umm .ni f... tin. harmnnioas roundness of tboir tone. There is a porfeet homegeneity through out all the registers. The upper notes .are re markable for a clearness and purity which I do not find in any other instrument, whi le the base is distinguished for power without harshness, and for a magnificent sonority." WEHLL Vnnr Pianos are sunoriar to any I have over seen in this country or in Europe. " I have never heard a tone so perfect: it yields every expression that i needed in uiusio, and its quality is capable of ohange to meet every sentiment. This is a rare power, and is derived from the perfect purity of its tone, to gether with its sympathetic, elastic and woll balanced touch." P0ZNANSKL " nnn'nff ttie Aast einht veara I have con stantly played upon the justly-celebrated Emnl rianos ; yours aro toe ouiy luairuuiuuis iuui a have found, either here or in Europe, to equal them in all their peiuts of oxoellence," Watson's Art Journal, of Nov. 11. 18155, says: ftuUmt, Ahel herfortuod on the new Chicker ing (jrand, whiiih took the Uuld Medal at the r air ol tne .nassacnuseiui vunnutoie mocmui id' Association, held at Boston last month. . 71 u lite nobtrsi luirumeiii ice tver neuni in a concert room. T ma he satisfactory to our Patrons and friends among ths public at large to state that testimonials nave been received from all the leading artists who have visited or are now re siding in the United Htates. a few of whose names, besides those above, we append : Leo. D Meyer, R. Hoffman, M. Btrakosch, Alfred Jael, ustav Batter, Jullien, 11. Sanderson. j. ucneuici. Arthur Napoleon, And many others. CA11U. It is with feelings of pride, as American man ufacturers, that we publish the following testi monials, which have been received by us re cently : EUROPEAN TESTIMONIALS. Received during the month of August, M. LohooH, July 2", 1W. Missus- Chicksbiko fcioNs (ients : I have much pleasure ia enclosing a docuuont signed by the tirst composers, musicians and proles sors ia Europe. I held your Pianos in such high estimation (vicie my certificate) that I felt it my duty to take one of thorn with me to Eu rope to ascertain theopiniou of my professional brethren. The enclosed certificate will prove how unanimous they have been on the subjoot. I beg to forward, at the samo time, a letter 1 received from my friend Mr. Collard, whish I am sure must be gratifying to you. I have the honor to be, gentlemea. vours very truly. jAMEaM. WE11LI. LoNUuir, Jan. 14, 1OT. J.tmn if. WMi. JT.o.f Mr Ilgag Siu: I have great pleasure in asking you to convey to Messrs. Chickering the expression of my highest approval ot their in strument, it is, I consider, nut merely the best instrument of American manufacture that I have tried, but one of the finest Grand 1'iuno Fortos that has evercome under my observa tion ; and the Messrs. Chickering may well be proud of having turned nut from their manu factory an instrument which, for tueh. quality, power and workmanship, it would be very dim cult to surpass in any part of the wide world. Dear sir, very sincerely yours, C11AS. D. COLLARD. Finn of Collard k Collard, Piano-Forte Manu facturers, London. Loxdosj, August 22, ImSo1, una it. Vrhli, E'O.: M T Sia : As yon are going back to the United States, I must beg you to remember uio kindly to the Messrs. Chickering. Tell them I was delighted with their tiraud l'iano-Forte oj good iin n.'rvmfuf, I think, a was nr urned out. hnth in Uwrh and tone. Wishing you, etc, 1 remain ever truly, Jl. F. JJKOADVV00D, Ftra of I. Broadwood A buns, Piano-iiorte Manufacturers, London. l,nnoK, July SI, !SA Mgasaa-CHirsistKO k S,)gs (ionts: 1 bare Just been invited by Messrs. Collard to try a tirand Piano-Forte manufactured lr you. and I have no hesitation in indorsing the opinion of my old friend, Mr. C. 1. Collard, via.: 1 hat it is the finest instrument that 1 ever played on. Believe me, geLllcuien, nit jJJ"'jjj!. jy"vi'r" Testimonials from the Most Distinguished Artists la Europe to Messrs. CbicKering " ' Lostxi. J.ly 25. ISM. Uavirig played upon a Piano-Forte made by Meesrs, Chickenug A tons, ot Boston and .Now Vurg, I have much pleasure in testifying to Its general excellence. Is or aweetne-s and brilliancy ef tune, delicacy of touch, and unurinficeut power p.r eooeer, purines, I consider it a really iso J'uv Fiiara, at us. ioshlv ts atar 1 asvg li or Aasaican asst'satTfag. AunsLi.i i.oiiuiab, in lo Rroonni, tl. A. lassos a. A 1.? MSO J 1 Kl.l W. KkHl, Jci. JtgKguirt. M. W. Bstvi. ( K.a. Him a. liaiM.tv Ki Hts. lUsa Fivsaoaa. siukii al1H. Lloa.V M'"SB. J. MuKfHSI , f'ttea- S'.r ot o. .toir' de LmI'Iic. K. Astin a Ci irrsu. lh. , f Muiolay tuuecru, J.ouuou. Oeeh SowO fnmt llrTT Ctrl I'.rinn t e, nrtr f o ia ir.... of Jr...'..s., l-'n i l (Wnluir. md'U l.mimrt.-.J l e4ra ted ' UerwUfMI VilMtf l...eru". ifir. 1. First.-. Jti'v. 1-Vt. T hereby a-ert and afl rm that 1'ie lirsnd Plane-forte nl 1 li if .r g f n, o i.-i V ml. h it. ... triNl .nt P1.IU unit - w . . - . el. is one ol Ihe tnwi iii-iraa.niUoi, the class ILLINTRATED ALBUMS and Pii e Lists eject ky mail. GS2 Droidu-ar, Ke.7 Yor'x COSTAR'S MEDICINES. Au 01J Koiir,', set la a New Tunc. As Ppring approaches Ants and Roaches From their holes oome out. And Mice and Rats, In spite of Cats, Uaily skip about. " IS years established In N. Y. City." " Only infallible remedies known. " Free from poisons." -" Not dangerous to (he Human Family.' " Rats come out of their holes to die. Costar's" Bat, Hoaoh, eto Extormin'r Is a paste used for Rati, Mice, Roachos, Block and Red Ants, etc., eto. M Costar's " Bed-Bug Exterminator Is n'li'iuid or wash used to destroy, Aad also us a preventive for iled-Bugs, etc. "Costnr's" Eleotrio Powder for Insects Is for Moths, Mosluitoes, Floas. Bed-Bugs, Insects on PlantM, Fowls, Animals, eto. f Bcwnre of all worthless imitations. Sco that " Costar's " name is on ench Box; Bottle aud Flask, before you buy. Address, HEXHY It. COSTAIC, 4M Broadway, N. Y. Sold in Memphis by MANSFIELD k IIIU REK..W1 and IHU Main streot, and W. N. WILKER.SON A CO., Wholesale Agents, and by llrug.'ists aud Retailors everywhere. "COSTAIt'S" CELEBRATED BUCKTHORN SALVE, For Cuts. Burns, Bruises, Wrmnds, Ilnils. Can cers Broken Breasts. Sore Nipples, Bleeding, Blind and rainful i ilos; bcromlous, putrid and Ill-conditioned Sores: Ulcers. Glandular Swelling.', Kruptions. Cutaneous Afioetions, etc.; Chapped Hands, Lips, etc. ; Bites of Spi ders, Insects, Animals, etc., ete. Tar Boxes, 2c, 50c and $1 00 sixes. 9" Sold by all Druggists everywhere. 3- And bv HENRY R. COSTAR. Denot 4H4 Broadway, N. Y. - And by MANSFIELD k HTOREE. 301 and Main street. andW. N. WILKERS0N & CO., Wholesale Agents, Memphis, Tenn. I" C O H T A.It " UNIVERSAL CORN SOLVENT roE COBNS, BTJITIOITS, WABT3, ETC. r" Boxes, 25o, 50o anij SI 00 siios. Sold by all Druggists everywhere. W And bv HENRY R. COSTAR. Denot 4SU Broadway, N. Y. 3-And by MANSFIELD HIOBEF!. 301 and 303 Main street, and W. N. WILKERSON A CO., Wholesale Agents, Memphis, Tenn. " o o s x a. " Preparation of Bitter-Swcct & Orange Blossoms FOR BF.iUTIFTINO THR OOKPLXIIOK. Used to Soften and Boautifv the Skin, re move Freckles, Piimiles, Eruptions, etc Ladios are now using it in preference to all others. r Bottlos, 1. T Sold by all Druggists everywhere. r And by HENRY R. COSTAR. Depot 4S1 Broadway, N. Y. - And by M ANSFIFI.D k HIOTiEK. 301 ami m Main street, and W. N. WILKKRfiON k CO.. Wholesale Agents, Memphis, Tenn. " COHTAK'H " rscroaiL COUGH REMEDY For Concha, Colds, Hoarseness, Pore Throat, Croup, Wlioopinr Cough, Jnfluenta, Asthma. Consumption, Bronchial AtTeclins, and all Diseases of the Throat and Lungs. Cf Bottles, 2j els., 60 ets., and (1 sites. SV Sold by all Druggists everywhere. sr And by HENRY R. COSTAR, Depot 4HI Uroadway, . I . o-Ard by MANXFIELD & ItlrtriHE. ani an.) m Main street, ami W. N. WILKER.SON A CO.. Wholesale Agents, Memphis, Tenn. COHTAK'H CKLSar.STSD 15ISI101 PII.LS, a tiitiuii msstarii.u Per Nerreus and Si.-k Headache. Cestivenl ir.lir-siT, lr-w, l'.iii.).iriea.l"rstipa- t.oti. In.rre.ea. '...:e.. Ch '!, Kever.. and gen erai ierin r"iu'nt f the lngestive Urians. rt.'iea. 1. et.., .'0 its., and II sues. ssr Sold by aM Iirorr.ts everywhere. a a- An KT HESRY R.C"?TAP., IepetBa -elbr.MNrFTrlD k ntOPVF.!t! . ... i . . .1 W. N WlLkt K-! X l K. W iio'wjle AS' ri's. Memphis, XeriBes- PRINTIINC QOOD WORK. CASH PRICEB Puuotnallty Bafor All Thingi WlUlUORfi UttOTHEHS, Proprietors of THE PUBLIC LEDGER HTKAM JOB PRINTING HOUSE 13 Madison Street. i Having now in full and eomplote operation The Book and Job Departments ot thia extensive establishment, we take this mode of Aallinr the attention of our natrons aud friunds, aud the publio generally, to our now STEAM ARRANGEMENTS This office is now the largest and best ap pointed Printing House in the fSouthwest. and fully oqu&l to any in the East as regards its fa cilities for executing with Cheapness, Neatness and Dispatch, Printing of every variety and in any color. It cannot be surpassed by any establishment East or south. A IX KINDS OF WOKK, Either la Plain or Ornamental Type Plain Black, Colorod Inka Gold Leaf and Brong.es, In every manner known to the profession, at nome or aoroaj. ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN PRINTINU. BOOKS AND rAMPIIIsETS Printedith beautifully oat type. Ornamental, Plain and Fancy Steamboat. Printing, Rneclmena always on hand at onr Counting Room. INVITATION CARDS And BALL TICKETS, IllaminatedZwith the latost ornamentaland bull room soeneg. Our large assortment or tvoe for SHOW BILLS AND P0STEIIS islnot excelled in the United States. The Large X'ictorlalei Can now be as readllv and eheanly done at this office aa they are in the East, and ia as hand some style. We nave in our omoe tns largest sue i-reeses now in use, together with Steam Jobbers & Power Presses In addition to our extra large type, we have a snlendid ajisortmeut of small nlain aad fancy Job Letters, suitable for hue work. BUSINESS CARDS AND CIRCULARS Done in handsome style, with suitable! eDgrav lugs representing business. IHl'IOHAS For schools and colleges printed equal to cop perplate. Masons', Odd Fellows', and Sons of Toaiperane) CONSTITUTIONS. Printed In elegant style. Our Prioea Have Been Bednoed. And now will compare with the oheapeet rega arly established Job OCoes ia New York or Philadelphia. We'arelenabledltolprtnt CARDS AND BILL-HEADS With great celerity, and oar prices are propor tionately lower. Prompt and particular attention! givea to aH kinds of Military and Itailrostd PRINTING). Bills Lading. Foneral Notioea, bai.k CtwVs, Ca'alujnee. Circulars ot all kinds, tiat lit". Intunuice Hoiiciaa, lilauk Deeds, bill Heads, Labels. Auction Hills, Pmrrammes. Dray Ti.n.U, l'r..Hiicl. KrtiM. lali-sitie. Blank Recet ta, t.eUoe Tlsketa, COUNTRT STORE BILLS Of every description, illumina!ei with Kitah4 devices, such aa rai.road ears, euausboeta, e XLAXK SOCKS. Wih rr ieted hevl'. tnretier witH reeer kind el l ia.il aad lu'l Wora aose with diatsal ;a. VEITMGRE ERuTBO J U lUXacar net. FURNITURE s AMES," iiis-A.rrrrii2 & -tones, MANCFACTUHKRS AND DEALERS IN FUR N IT U R E, CARPETS, OIL-CLOTHS, SHADES, CORNICES AXD DRAPERIES, Counting Room Furnituro, 0L00KS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, ALL OF WHICH Alt 13 HOTuJy FOR CASH AT " VERY LOW 3Ft Ji. T 23 JS , AT No. :JO MAIN HXIIE13T, (GnyoHO Hloelc), MKMI'HIS, TENNESSEE. 2- DRUCS. 1). . IP. GOODYEAH, Druggist and Apothecary, 10 SECOXD ST., MEMPIIIS. ANDRETH'S GARDEN SEEDS, FRESH J and genuine, just 'f0DYEAR. Union BOtsanu uuuons, mu anu sii.ct i Clover Kood, red and whites Turnip beed, all i : .. rn. ..I. h Corap. Glycerine Hair Tonic. This Tonlo will stop the hair falling off. will efieetually remove dandruff, and, as a dressing, will far surpass any of the pomatums or greasy preparations now in uso. To those especially who are prejudiced against the use of oils or greasy preparations, and at the same time re quire something to cleanso and beautify tho hair, without even soiling the most denoate fabric, this Toniocotnuicnds itself. Prioe, only one dollar per bottle. Prepared only by D. F. GOODYEAR, 310 Second St, Drug-cist and Apothecary. Ague Fills, commonly called Blood Haters. IFa . Ol : .1 with An tm A, tbrMM weeks' Chills, and for the enlargement of the ,.1... tkun Dill. ... Mitnni.ndnlilfl Knr N.il. ralgia'tbey are unexceptionable, giving por- .nnBn nn.l Liulidw voliaT AnV PllV.tnlun In good staading can obtain the prescription, and see trom wnnt tnoy a'e composou. rropareu only by D. F. GOODYEAR, at his Drug and Apothecary store, stu boconu stroet.i riire irups, rreso itukb, vufiuiui-f unw Perfumery, Combs, Brushes, Sponges. Patent Modicines and Fancy Goods, just reeoived and for sale bv D. F. GOODYEAR. t, r u v i.. m..Mtn.t. 72 Apothecary, 310 Second St. .-Memphis. BANKING. CITIZENS' UNION 15 ANK, No. 22 Madlaon Street, Chartered by the State of Tennessee, with Unusual Privileges. P. T. HUGHES. ... President. TH08. BARRETT, - - Cashier. directors: i . JNO. DONOVAN, P. T. HUGHES, JNO. BULLOCK, J. J. POWERS, E. W. WICKERSHAM. rs-iiira hi vir WTT.T. Itlir ANTIRRT.T. FOR- 1 eign and Domestio Exchange. United States Securities, State, County and City Bonds and Coupons, Memphis ana unriesion. ana Memphis ana who, ,-wempnis una ijiino itoR, M issiBsippi and Tennessoe Railroad Bonds and Coupons, Tennessoe, Alabama, Georgia, North and South Carolina and Southern Bank Notes. M,.n.v mivancerl on Cotton Bills, and Interest allowed on Deposits. MEMPHIS CITY CIVIYM IVTITIITinV OilllliUk lliOlllUIlUlii. (Successors to Ogden, Tobey & Co.,) 10 - Jeflci-Hon Street, - 10 MEMPHIS. TENN. S. H. TOBEY, I'ronident. K. C. lsHRIC, CaaUier. Transact a GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS, Rercive Deposits and Deal in Gold, Silver, Exclitvuaro, Government Securities and IINCVRRESIT MONEY. Collections promptly attendod te." DlnKCTOKSi A. J. WHITE. JAMES 0. 0GDE1T. AMOS WOODRUFF, BENJAMIW MAT. S. H. TOBEY. E. C. KIRK. 9-34 PEOPLE'S BANK OF TENNESSEE, MEMPHIS, "So. 13 Sladiaon (street. F. W. 8MITH President. T. A. PITKPnf-RD. Ta'hier. I-T8 LUBLBER 1 LUMBER ! ! Lai -ga aad WeU Assorted Stock of Cjpi.etH and Foplar Lumber AT VJ. M. VENAELE'S SAW-MILL. AlTE nAVEXOW ON HAND AND ARE n.taritly sawins Cy.rw and Pw'lar Fill.,Ji.si, C rncr Pu.ts, .Vantling, Moililinr, KaftenL. UndriB. 8triH. 1, 1' , and i-in. h dent Dir"l aod l'Mi lar PlauS.r"U?h Ho,.ntir anJ Kea'terbuarditiB. eooiuign inch Planlt, net ins. Ke D"ins ant KeoN! Costs, Picket-. Let is en J !h inr'.. which will be sold at laroraoie .rvm C A-H (.urcbaser. Immenn-.n l.u.Urs rawej to order. OrJer. fJII.d .o fli'.rt n'ic. Teams aiwt, at hn'l aad einct attention siveo. to the uidirery ol Lu'n'aer. , , li.s r,d I.nibcrTard on lf rrsr. Iti m..la).lr ortii of Baroa tiayoao, ilempLis. IrnDr,Ki. C. k JO. VEXAPLF. Af'. k I'M I M ?T R A T K I X .VUl If K.-N ' T If K f i. u 1.. . . . . ,k anl. r has v.u ....r.t.-.l A.ltnin-.,tratnx r.f the estate of Jc.-, t!. u'h rfsr of JJarr-h. Kyih Ci.entT t'ort i f hriy c'.untv. Tbue t,o i.t.. ... .k......... .. I Imlniiltrll err ..'.'' '-' ' ,T " - - tr.e estate will .rrni thm. as riBirt4 by 111. or the a--w.il r- t, ., . iM A K V J. V H 11 M "RE, A dm I I Memphis, leaa Xarca 1 i.-v-i. CARPET8. ETC. SCHOOL DESKS, SHOW CASES, MECHANICAL. J. V. POAVICLI .St CO., Practicul Steam and ' . m K W P P in ' Agents for McUOWAN'S oolobratoa Lli't and Force PumpM, Steam and Hailroad Pumps, TANK VALVKH, Artesian and Deep Well, Cistern and ANTI-FEEEZINO PUMPB Also keep on hand a largo and well-sslcctod stock of lyteam and Water CoetliH, STEAM VALVES, ETC. LEAD, CAST AND WROUGHT IRON, PIPE AND FITTINGS alwaycon hand at No. 48 Monroe Ktreet. 20-97 H. L. CALDWELL, BUILDElt, Ao. 352 fSeoond Street. OPECIAI. ATTENTION GIVEN TO STAIR IO building. 6-Ha I. jLJ. HUSSELL, General Blacksmitli and Machinist, Corner of .Alley Between Adams and Jefferson and Second and Third Streets, M3EMPH18, TKNN, WILL REPAIR ALL KINDS OF MA ohincry, in city or country ; will furnish New or Socond-hand Engines, Steam Pipes, Fittings. Brass Cocks and Valves. Particular attention paid to Steamboat and Mill work. d-W JOSEPH J- o t I E-f. O 0 ' ,V V w"; -. r-i S?T.a-fye7 Oats and Stoaoi Fipe ITitter, a42jj Second Street, corner of Jefferson JStreet MEMPHIS', TESH. KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A well selected stock of Iron and Brass Lift and Fore PnnM THE nobih'mississipwan " IS PUBLISUED WEEJvLY BV THOS. II. st It. J. f-Miril, AT, TDPELO, MISSISSIPPI. A THRIVING AND JfAST iMrmiviflif tewn, situated on the Mobile and Ohio railroad, in one of the best cotton irrowiiiu re gions in the State, and in daily railroad win- munication witn .iiooiu-, .iemiuisanu v"11; bus, Ky. Therefore, the North Mvunmpian, am un .1 vnrttHinir incniuiii. iruseait rni ducemcnts to nicrchaiita aud business men penerally. 4-52 Western and Virginia Tobacco iGENC Y. Largest and beat Aasorted Stock -of SMOKEBN1 ARTICLES IN TIIK SOUTH! 51AYEK, MAJISCHLETZ & CO., IBiporiers anu n u.i.ik -- DilQAKii, TOBACCO, PIP K S AMD SaOKXSS' ARTICLES. Constantly on band a lanre stock of choice brands of irivAYi svnii'wS . . i? . iAW;nlAl,rotMl brands. . of TOBACCO: Flower el trie World. a v iririiiiia r.KU --.r : 1 V. r a C A'aturaJ Lonf, bard pressed, j ivreuiu ui mo . cTu, t Eelle of the West, Uold Flake, I Hose Dud, ! May Apple,' AndothTee1ohrtd r.aaeds of Virginia t'hew ins and :makin Tubex. I Particular aUenlioa f aid to orders. ) Corner of Second aad JeiTsrsoa 8u., (Jef-i ferson Block.) Msmphia. Tenn. 121 ARKANSAS GAZETTE, t (E.'UblUhed in lis),) j LITTHC 1IOCJC, Vltli, Clrcnlition Larger than anj Taper ia Ar kansas. Dailr in adTanre-. 1 Tn-WVkly, " Wtckiy. " rul.ILhed by wooDRurr & Etocar.i f ta-r and City Frit. ; 4 UC Job H" -Tk at Mt i'.I.V'i V'.; l.hl.MlN'J I' "Th i I'i. 1LIC Ll.i".r ).. l.cr the it Bt 'f ro ari't lo .aLcr y.areita fet ki.e ' ean-. rg wi.l be fiiicj by hia.