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CHRISTMAS PRESENTS!! led g LiJ 4 OUR STOCK OF GOODS 13 THB LARGEST And MOST DKHIHAHLE F.ver bronchi to tble market. Mr 1K. II. W. ri'KXELX Raaldenee, 7t Union street) Olfln, riuwn wirm, HIT OCULIST AND AURI8T. I It. O. It. NORHIH, 4H t'l.INT ANI Al'ltinT. . rsEMOVED FROM S MAIN STREET t to XN Sooond street. Dr. Nerris If the most sucoessful Eye and Ear Doctor In tha South, Guarantees a oura In -svery rasa ir WANTED. ArANTKI-A WHITS 'MAN AND BT8 t T wiffi. who can tat permanent Dome in ft imall famUr near U city, on itreet railway line. The woman to bo a rood ook, washer and Ironer. and to do cenerat housework One preferred without eneumbraooo, but would not object to one child. The man to be sober, iteaujr and tndustrioui, who ean ret work near by. Such a man and wife, on m ins won recommended, ean in axe ow per annum. Apply at S Union street. 10f WANTBD-BOARDERS, TWO COUPLES, T T nice iron room convenient to busi- nM! entire t pnvate lainuy. Addreni " New Year," Ledger iott-in ,rANTED-ROOM AND BOARD FOR t V my self, wile and baby in a private fa in ly. It st of reference! Riven and required. Add rem " Boarder." Ledger office. 106-1O8 WANTED BOARD 1T0R A 0EN1LEMAN in a private family. Must be no other botrderi. No extras required nothinf but comfort. Addrt. fi. W.," eare of Ledger office. 106-111 WANTED A GOOD 80LICITQR. AD dress. " 8," eare of Ledger. I04t WANTED-COTTON OF ALL O RAPES, from the best quality to the lowest trash, for which the big-beat price will be paid. Will call for samples and loos cotton ia any part of the city. Address, a. W'tmvtn k co., at Presi aad Piskary. eor. Main and Beal stj. Wanted Cotton pickers and empty crates. 104-115 . . - . t7ANTED A 6ITUATI0N BY A 8ALES- T man in tbe croocry businesf Uan mwm good references. Address ' Balesman," this 101-106 omce. UfANTED A SITUATION BY A COM- TT petent engineer and machinist. Keior ences given. Address 4'Kngineer' this O&ce. .01-106 GREEN PASTURE BARLEY AND RYE fields now ready for fall and wintar grat ing at Mnn. Redford'1 putura farm. Laava urunt. wiw cruuii. IO. or WAITED. hECOND-HAND FItRKT. TT niture, . , i i , u i . oi nn kidub oDosat at Mi oecoca mroQi. lot H. T, SfNNOTT FOR RENT. W. A. WHEATIjET, Rmatal lint, Bathal Black, olUreSa. S. ItaaalTar. aoipa accopiffa. Provlna A Amnarft, Real Kaiata Affen.M, NO. 14 mn.llaon alrffl, In tli Mercbaal,' Inauraoco Baliainp;. T?0R RENT TWO-STORY C0TTAOK r house. No. lift U&rr'tll av.nu.. Annlv to Mm Pittman, next door. J. II. VIOUS. 117 -1LU tpOR RENT AND FOR 8 A LB-SEVERAL I nouses and lots. Apply to 107t W. F. UARblis. Saeond ,t. TOR RENT A TWO-STORY FRAMK J? fiur rooms and kitohen. No. 213 Hernando Itreet. near tfte eorner ot Vance. Apply to MAKX A BKNRDORK, (Mr Insurance Building, Rooms 39 and 40. TjlOR RENT TWO ROOMS WITH BOARD X at &y Madison street. ldtif T70R RENT-TWO IJ N FURNISH E D 1 rooms, with board. Apply at 1H Wash- inutonjtroet. 104 109 tWR RENT -THB C'TTAOB, N07"l J; Monroe street. Inquire at 310 Sei-ond st. RANDOLPH, HAMMOND JORDAN, 102-1117 Attorneys. UVJK RUNT-A NICE liKKIDBNCB. WITH V fruit, shade trees, and five acres of land, on Central avenue. miles from the city. 101-IC B. B. BARNES. 2S5 Main St. FOR RENT OR SALE A COTTAOE AND flvo a"ros on Korr arenue. Apply to Mi nor Meriwether, 9r Union street. 701 I?0R RENT-TWO LA RUB AND ELH ; rant half-hasement otnees in tha new huililinir of the Planters' Insuranoa Cninit.nv. No. 41 Madison street, containing a fire-proof vnuu.uu mil in. aiuunru ouilvenienco.. Also otfices and sleepinf-r.oms. Apply 1o the Planters' Insurance Company, No. 41 Madi nn strict. l1t FOR SALE. FOR SALE SELMA RAILROAD 8CR1P We are authorised to sell a portion of the Ejorip issued by Hbelby eouuty t tbe above road, at ninety-fiva cents on tha dollar, for the neat few days. This ia the only Scrip good for taxes levied for this road. lft!t GERMAN NATIONALBANK. PIOR 8ALK-CRITTKNDKN COUBTY J. Sorip. Inquire of BROOKS, SEET.Y A CO., 95-106 270 and 272 Front street. T.10R SALE -BEAUTIFUL SUBURBAN r building lot, 60i.HiO fe(. Prettiest loa tion around town. No city tares. Sit ULCARY, S3 Southourt st F" OR SALE-o,o6 FEET OF CHOICE wbite-oak lamner, well seasoned. Apply to U. H PKAHWiN, Oakrille, Tenn., 82-108 or GOODLETT t CO., 2n2'Front st. FOR LEASE. 1'OR 1EA8I - TO OAIlDENEBSl Ah.ut five acres of fine garden land, with a number of fine Peach Trees already bearing, on Central avenue, on tha Hollvford road, three and a half milaa froaa Court Square. A Splendid location for a Tag atabl, Gardes To a good, responsible gardener it will ba leaseu at a very low price, a npiy to MARK i , COIiiN, IWi r . 196 Front street. STRjkiYEJJ. STRAYED JANUARY t, 1872. FROM THE residence of Mr. Jacob Schilling, on Dick ford avenue, in Chelsea, on. pale red steer, about S years old. Any information will bo suitably rewarded by leaving aame at either of th. "toAlc ?inlM!'.n. V'7f STOLEN STOLEN-TWENTY DOLLARS REWARD. From my place, two mile, north of Barfc lett, two black mar mules, 6and 7 year, old; had en new buggy bridle, list 17 CHART,? A. RiHB. TAKEN UP. TAKEN tJP-ON CHTISTMA8 NIGHT, two brown mule., with baiters on, which tha owner can have by calling; at M. C. Cavce's. s6 Sond at., and paying charges. jnj in JJOST. IOST-AT THB ART EXHIBITION, W7 J Main street a Martin 8abla Muff. A liberal reward will ba paid for its return to BOARDING. HOARDERS A FEW DAY BOARDERS I) ran b. accommodated at No. W Madiso atraet. S3t BOARDINO BY MRS. HUME t. Uli.L. ntt6 Union .trrat. tt B'IARDIN(i-TUR WHIT EMORK HOl sS; W and 111 Adams street, having latly ndergon. thorouah retairs and baaa newly refon i.hed. i. aow propared t aeoaiaiodai. boaiders with light, pl.as.at rooms, and with a. good a taMe aa taa markat a lord.. Rata, T.rV Tnr.iirit. ?J STOCK. JUST KECEIVED. 78 HORSES -And- 63 MULES. FKSM KKNTrCKT. I will s.11 on aad 80 day,' time, at pnoee to nit taa tiaaa. I HAYS COWH A7V I CALVES on hand at all time. Can fum!h any ausa ber of laesa at short aauoe, at 4 at a .trMi. 7t W, M. tHJia.6. . OROCCRIIS. SELF-RISING FLOUR On Moonntof tbeadYftnc In Flour and frelirhtu th retail price of fcfelf- ttiKinr Hour, from nna arter in' date and nntll further notice will we lor l pound packages, 9 50 la - 1 IJO 2 1 . a oo OLIVER, FINN IE A CO. January 1. 1T3. ' ' CHAMPION SHOE STORE EXCELSIOR GAITERS, EUREKA BOOTS. CHAMPION SHOES, TII0S.B. COFFEY & CO. S3 Mala Street, AKE SPECIALTIES OF TKB ABOVE, XT J. and keep run noai or all Hindi of BOOTS AND SHOES, for Ladles and Uaatlaanen. Far Boys and tllrla. For Dress Occasions, Far Business Pnrttosss, Ant for rlrM Wark IN8URANCE. ?! W H H5 M x 0) X 0 M H d o M ' of. H M ( B K H f. K e w H M H . B r ti 3 Bo 1.2 an 6C B ( a OS P. 6 0 p 2 s x 3! Si 2 o 6 fi STOVES. STOVES!, STOVES Of all kind. TINWARE, LAMPS, And a general assortment of House Furnishing Goods. Alio Agent for ' Udell's Patent Extension Ladders. Job Work of all kinda promptly xeeatad. T. S. JUKES, 828 Second it. tt l i i Memphis, CIOARS. HAVANA CIOARS! -rBOM TBI SE8T- Havana lactorles . GEO. L. GRAYSER, . Orertoa 81 1 Hotel Cigar Stand. CROCERIES WE HAVE ON OUR LIrtT THIS month several ipeialtiea in FANCY GROCERIES, which will ba found very Inviting. Wrirht's Na PluiUltra Minoe Meat. Malaga tirapes. Figs, put up in assorted styles. Aparto Pears and Lerocn paelj. Raisins, Currant. and Citron. Apple., Oranges and Lemons. Butter. Cheef and Maccaroni. Preserves, Jellies and Pioklea. Scotch Marmalade and Jains. London Bisouit, Fancy Cracker,, - . LYTLB at HIIIElLUfl, 218 Main itreet, eorner of Adams. av" Coffe4 toaitad and tronnd on hrjniiiMftf PUBLIC LEDGER. OflMt Ko. IS duos StreViU' LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION. THE CITY. MEMPHIHi . Wadacada Eroalar, Jaa. S, IDT2. PimaCM and Cannel coal and gag ooka. Brown k Joneg, offica 28 Main treot, 3ethel Block. t Gasinlaa Grawal Koolug, by Bar- tboloaaaw at Alias, 4 M. Caart, loit Gi-f lrriNO at 815 Second it. 43t ' CHIfKEKIHa FIAIJAI II. e. Mallaabarc kaa Jnat raeolwaal a taiajrat Orea t atock or rklekarioar riaesoa aad Parlar Organs, at va dssaafl prloa suS aeraaimedatlag taraaa. Ta wary boat or sua y caaal Pianos la lha " Perrleaa Cblckcr ls,K." ' 98f Attixd the Emmet Guardi ball. 107 Tke Beet le tua (ueapret. , New sprklin(( cider, pure home-made blackberry cordial, near comb and trained honey, extra home-made apple vinegar, a fine lot of dried peaches (pealed), anw a full assortment of the beet family groceries, at J. Devoto I corner Third and Adami streets. 51t Anraicaw Dairi Wills at Brown k Browne's, 315 Second street. 109t English and American tapestry Brussels carpeting! $1 50 per yard at E. Fegan s, 2C0 Second street. 1107 I wonder, folks, which yon will won der at moat how good my shres are, or how little they cost? 106 L. RocAc-nxa, 326 Main st 8-au.n-rrmaa at 315 Second st, a2t Oystars. Freak stock received daily by V. D. Fuchs, 41 Jefferson street HO Prjatn at SIS Second street. 2f Native Wikis at 91 per gallon, from one gallon upward. Catawba, Concord, Virginia Seedling, and other California wines. . Fur sale by E. Ackeranaa, Nia ( Howard Row. 114 Go TO Bracket A Co. a, 321 Second street, for yoncg Kentucky males. 30-t B0I Baoxi,31 Scopna it Jf 1 A meeting of tha School BoArd will be kald on next Mondrjr.-"' I-..J Th Mutual bate ball club will organ ,ix for the coming teaton thii week, Tha leading magaziuej and paperg, lata novels, diaries, etc, at Manaford's, oorner of Second and Monroe. 'The expected riiitof the Grand Puke Alexis Las created a flutter of excite- The Poor House Commissioners elect ed yesterday by the Quarterly Court, consist of Esquires Allen, Ba'gel and Jones. Billiard stock has gone up since the advent of Dion in our city. The inter est in the fine game is increasing, to the great joy of the billiard-saloon keepers. St. Bridget'sclImVkfair tbe jlotgo Hall closes to'n'ght. " The coulosU Tor the prizes to the popular men of Mem phis will be settled to night. , The General Council holds its fare well meetins this evening. The election to moriowi wfll'chkiine! tKe rJudt)llxi(Hi of the Board coriaidcrabtj W w - Dr. Munsey's lectures on 'Friday and Saturday nights next, will be delivered under the auspices of the Young Men's Christian Association, at the Greenlaw Opera House. iui t isim i i it Bemembcr that on next I'riday and .turd ay evenings Dr. Muns,y, of Bal timore, will lecture before the Young Men's Christian Association. Subjects: Man an4 Ideal Art-Music, Mr. 'Saufoel Tdfnif,' whj Shot the aegro Jim Alexander last Monday, was acquitted on the grounds of self-defence last evening, in a preliminary examina tion bold before Esquire. Elliott. Th registered female voters of the city have determined to vote to-morrow, and have employed eminent counsel to attend to whatever legal steps may be necessary' U enidrtcithalt claifeis 1 The Criminal Court meets to-morrow morning, lhe misdemeanor docket will be called and motions for new trial; will be beard preparatory to winding up the present term of court. Charles A. Beebn, the popular candi date for Councilman for the Fourth ward, will poll a heavy ote to-morrow. His friends claim .that, lug ejfaliop is al ready a fixed fact. On the recommendation of county officers the Quarterly Court re-elected John Walsh as county undertaker yes terday. Mf. vWAJshi buries fhejcMs- of the county in a satisfactory manner. ihe argument of counsel in the gas controversy case is progressing in tbe first Circuit Court to-day, on motion for new trial. Judge Elliott addressed the court against the motion for the defend ants. It is stated that a number of United States tleputT' ma'rshaU' will attend the pons tomorrow to iuae an active pun in enforcing the provisions of the civil rights bill, or, in other words, to aid and assist in the election of Longue. That old coon Jaiowstalt. Uif prt-Ad amite man has been heard from in Nova Scotia. A four-pound cannon ball was recently found imbedded in a lump of coal one hundred and fifty feet below the surface. Tbe approaching visit of the Grnnd Duke and suite to our city, make the fol lowing, most interesting item to tho la dies: The Montreal Pay has it -that Madam Catacazy takes A bath in rose water ahd fcream every uorningc ' t- The convention candidates Have been forgotten in the contest between Con servatism and Radicalism. Even the convention candidates proclaim them selves as men of the people, and ask the votes of tip filreena, pn J hi broad pUtr form. The Recorder's docket contained but seventeen cases of misdemeanor to-day. John McGiunis alias "Fatty," a well- known hack driver, was sent to jail in default of $2000 bonifs, on the cli&n?e of attempting to rob a sleeping Dutchman n a saloon last night. Emmons a, Son, newsmen, at No. 10 elferson and 410 Main street, have re ooivrd the latest pictorials, magazines, foreign) -nawspHpsS( lovielaj iCkristmas goods and daily p samara from f ej York, St, Lioms, New Urleans, Boston, Chicago, Louisville, Nashville and other points. The Musso-Oroves homicide case was called up for hearing before Esquire Miller at three o'clock 'yesterday after noon. On motion of the. State counsel, owing to the wounded cohdltiorfof iser1 era! of tbe witnesses, the examination was' continued over to to-morrow after noon at three o'clock. Mr; John R. Grehan, the present Councilman o;th-gltli ward tf ' candidate for Alderman for the same ward, for which position he solicits the rotes of his constituents. Mr. Grehan's career at tha Council board has been marked by attention to business and the w.t uiuveaia uia jeiyjw-ciuzena t :..- -ll .! Tne Memphis Mechanics IsstituUwUl Void a meeting to elect officers ths eve ning at eight o'clock, at the Odd Fel lows' Hall. A full attendance of the members ia earnestly solicited. See election notice in another column. Capt J. Genette, the popular Council man of the Eighth ward, is a candidate for re-election. Mr. Genette has made superior'-Crranefltnan',' and 1 will nrf. dobtedly be re-elected by a large ma jority, as a compliment to Usability- kd faithful services, tendered by his con stitnenta. Several hundred negroes, in anticipa tion of the election of Mr. Loague, are tinging the following ditty: " I want to be a police. And at the corner, stand ; A star upon my tons, '' A club within Sly hand. ' I'll stand aad roll ny eyeballs. By pausing broeteo fanned ; I'll walk into each restaurant, Aad take ny enters panned."' Willett's billiard' room on -Adams street ware cerowaed isastf eight Mr. Joseph Dion, of New York, played a game of 750 points up, with three of our best shots. The fancy ahoU made by Mr. Dion elicited the greatest enthusi asm among the audience. It is pro posed to have Mr. Dion give another e rMkition game during the week. i ntlenen are indulging this season in large scarf pins of fancy designs, with sleeve as una te allrk 'Soaaa- have snch glariog asotav that 4k air iowalry ia used eft mar 9 c"Vk.at Uea "1, ti the Jaia poial llai 'oet to aU Another as " the man with the big studs," "the gentleman .with the extensive aatch-chain," and "that fellow with the scarf-pin." .' Tha Standard dub ball at tha Mom phis Club Hall to-night will be largely attended by 'the young people of our city. Tha .Standard Club is composed of number of well-known young gen tlemen who -have banded together to promote pleasure, and mutual improva meit. ;i ; . John League is the Radical-negro can didate for ihe Mayoralty. John Johnson the conservative candidate. Loague'i Radicalism is well known, and be takes occasion in every published communica tion emanating from his pen to stick his war loyalty and post-war radicalism for ward, i Loague ia now attempting to per form tbe double; barefaced act of riding into office with one foot on the Irish and tbe other on the negro. How do yon like the truthful iuMre? Mr, Yeomans, a well-known member of the Memphis bar, died last Monday of heart disease, on board the Little Rock lailgoad train. Mr. Yeomans was a Uativo of Canada., Lo came to this city several years since, ana actea as aeputy chancery clerk for over a year. He then perfected his law studies in the office of Wright k McKisxick, and was admitted to the bar in this city. Possessing a strong Irgat mind and genial disposi tion, Mr. Yeotnaus gained a position in his profession, and secured a host of friends, who're!aow called upon to mourn, his. loss. For a year past Mr. Yeomans has1 been a resident of Raleigh ft it suggested'thrtt tho members of the Memphis bar aefemble and take action with reference to their deceased brother, sr-Vato far tko anl alderman yatilfrasr. L ' ' ' DeBjko's Pile Remedy, for sale by J, B. Hills. 281 Main st,' xiv-28 FIRE THIS MORSflXG. A 1allloa" Havoaa Dratrayaal , , ilia Usro.oao Head. At four o'clock this morning tbe rest' dence of Mr. J. W, Wilkinson, situated on the Hernando road, not far from the head of South street, was discovered on fire. 'It was with difficulty that the fire engine) reached tne scene of the confla- gration."' Many of thetn stuck in the mud, anof those thai did reach tbe lo cality arrived too late to save the build ing, which was totally destroyed. Mr, Wilkinson lost everything house, furni ture, .'valuable papers, clothing, etc, and came near ; losing his life, he having had to jump from a win dow as the roof " was' falling in. Miss Davis, of Missouri, a visitor at the house, narrowly escaped death, . Before she could escape from the bed-room, the roof commenced falling, and she would have been burned to death had it not been for the courage and daring of sev eral gentlemen who were present. Mr. Vfillaneon'a loss, amounting to several thousand dollars, is partially covered by insurance in the following companies On building planters', $1200;' iEtna, 1200; on furniture Planters', 11000. The residence adjoining, occupied by Mr. Jones, was damaged considerably during the fir. The loss is estimated st from five hundred to one thousand dol lars. The cause of the fire was a defec tive flue. etsrCaptaln 1. I. Petffsrrew far al derman Fonrlb ward. , (Attk.M) the Emmet Guards ball. 107 J His Itvealb Ward, Mr. Thomas ii... Cocke having an nounced himself as a candidate for councilman from the Seventh ward so licits the toffruges of his fellow-citizens. It is needless to inform tho citizens of the Seventh ward of anything concern ing Mr. Uocne." Ill) IS. wen anowu to them as an intelligent gentleman, large nroperty-holder and enterprising citizen. That he will make an able and watchful councilman all roust admit. The citi zens of hit ward will display wisdom by sending him to. 'ha .General Council as their rfpresentative. If Mr, Cocke's friends attend the polls to-morrow and take a little interest In the contest the oleetion of Mr. Cocke becomes a fixed fact, i at '., . - ' , aarnnn'aiatitovaterorPettlajrew Coia Aka CoAt Tab u aala at Gaa Company's office, 291 Second st,. 70-1 , u, Jraonal. Mr. J. S. Davis, the Alaska diamond merchant, has left Memphis for Atlanta, Ga. " We can recomm'eod Mr. Davis as a. strictly upright; gentleman, and the public'can. have implicit confidence in all their dealings with him. His stock of Alaska diamonds speaks for itself. ; aw-Wkaaaver yon no, tlcrew. wo So far Pat- Buy your wood from C. 117 Poplar street. H. Johnson, 67-t. (teventk War (,'onncllsnan. Among tbe numerous candidates for municipal honors, none stand a fairer chance ef election, and Done deserve the honor more,' than Mr. William B. Green law, jr., who has announced himself at a candidate for Councilman . of the Seventh Ward. The friends of Mr. Greenlaw mutt attend the polls to-morrow and work for hit election, because the interests of the city can be placed in no beter hands. Being qne of the rep resentative men of Memphis, such as are eeded in the General Council, the voters ot the Seventh ward will ra fleet credit upon themselves by electing him at one of their Councilmen. ''aar-Peitlajrow Is tko anew far alder- Attexo the Emmet Guards ball 107 ,. f karranaater. , Tbt result of careful inquiry leads me to believe that Tobiat Wolfe it the strongest mac for the office of Wharf master, at tbjngt now stand, and it 'I right aad proper that he should be lop ported by the citizen! at though he wat alone in the race. ' Blank Books n peelaltr. Boyle k Chapman, 279) Main ttreet, have a'vary larga sd complete stock of blank books of every description; also a very superior grade of their own aaana. facture.' ' Stomped checks and every va riety of snercaat'le blanks. Diaries for 1872. Both k Ceuraux, Booksellert, Stationeai aaJ Fise I'riat- era, 27?J Main avravt. . m 11 t ava-Tka paapla's aaan Pas tlgrow. Eaoi.i Rnorivo OrrKi removed to IT. C. McTVigal k Co.'t feed store, No. - H Becjai tiat . v li Messrs). Lewie A an la atnaj Jebn B, ' .1 Urtliaa. , l V i Of these two gentlemen the Southern Advertiser, the organ of our German fellow-citizens in Memphis, speaks in its last issue as fallows: , . " Mat no voter of the Third ward fail to throw his vote at the' election next Thursday for the old aad weU tried rep reaentaure of the Third ward, Mr. Lewie Amis. This gentleman baa been one o. tne most enicien una blmci vu-iuuuuj.u in the last Board, and it would be a great loss to the community at large if he should not ba re-elected. ."We advise the voters of the Eighth ward, urgently, to unite their votes for an Alderman of said 'ward npon tie most energetic, experienced and able candidate, John K. Urehan, Esq. This gentleman has been, during tbe last year, one oi the representati"ea of the Eighth witrd in the City Council, in re gard to whose actions there prevail but one opinion, which is, that he was one of the most prominent and influential members of the last Council. Mr. Gre han is a man of the clearest intellect, and the highest integrity of character, and although young in years, ha pos sesses great experience in life. He has done more for the Eighth ward than any of his predecessors, and we hope and expect that none of the voters of said ward who have the interest of their word (as well as of the city at large) at heart will cast their votes lor any othei candidate but fur John R. Grehan for Alderman of the Eighth ward." - i, " ' rl'rtrw Is ske aaan far Ska place. "' L VtiTg for Martin 'Cohen for Council man of the Fifth Ward. L h, Mtnrnis, January t, 1872. For reasons known to my friends, I withdraw my name as a candidate for the City Council ot the Second ward. Wn, Hswitt, , TO THE PUBLIC. Wbo Sball bo WkiarfnaaaterT This matter has been thoroughly can vassed and we are satisfied that Captain R. W. Lightburne is the most competent and available man for the place, and if our people want a good, faithful man to serve them, let every voter come to the rescue and support a man that will rep resent you faithfully. ' '' FaoHT StSsT MkuCBAJT..' THE WHAkFMAiSTtKSHIP. . Withdrawal at Candidates In raver , arcapsals B. H. lifhtburae. "The following' correspondence ex plains itserf, and adds materially to tbe increasing strength of Captain R. W, Lightbnrne. As the ease now stands, Csptain Lightburntla. friends will make a determined and deaperate fight fo elect him, with the dances of success strongly in bis favor: " ,, . To the Editer of the Ledger; ' ' I withdraw my name af a 'Candidate for wharfmaster in favor of Captain K. W. Lightburne. '., ', Robt. Goon, To tha Editor of tha Ledger Believing that Cantain R. W. Light burne is the strongest man in the field, I withdraw my nam as a .candidate for wharfmaster, and recommend him to all of my friends. P. W, Moaaisox. ' 1 j Yoti for Martin Cohen for! Council man of the Fifth Ward. Tbo Wharrsnnsiar. To tha Editor of the Ledger r Voters of Memphis, I have read a great deal about the best man for wharf master in tha city papers of late. I am no aspirant for office of any kind, but I have the best Interests of Memphis at heart, and wish to see the best men guiding the city affairs. I have no word to say against any of the candidates. but 1 must saw, with Hundreds 01 others. that I think Tobias Wolfe towers above them all, for these reasons: He has had large experience in the office: he is a gentleman;- be is industrious; tie is nr in; he is honest and he is poor, and 1 chal lenge Memphis to deny what I here state. The writer is asteamboatman of twenty years' experience ont of the port of Memphis, and he honestly believes n olle to be one 01 the very bat wnari- masters we ever had. No time, day or night no weather, good or bad, kept Wolfe from the performance of his du ties. I have not seen Wolfe but two or three times during the past year, but knowing htm so long I say be stands forui the best man. so, voters and tax payers, come out to-morrow and vote, shoulder to shoulder, for Johnson, Rob ertson and Wolfe, and yon will feel easy lor the next two years. , 1 i-ioiiTSEK Years a iii-rAYsa. arPemrrew hat noon tretf. Ha la n live man Just Ike man fflral- tfarnaan or'tbo Mnnay ward. -VoTi for Martin- Cohen for Council man of the Fifth Ward. ', ' :.. ' '-' Kloqnent Leetnro To-wikt. ' -The Reverend Father Burke, Superier of the Domipicau erakr, will lecture to night at St. , Peter't ohurob 60 the1 Phi losophy of Music Father Burke it an accomplished scholara silvervoiced or ator, and a traveler who is converse nt with all portions of Europe. ,The tub Jeul of tha lecture ts one fitted for deep thought and elegan,"eserch. ' Jt js theme which tht.acholar delights to in. vettigate, and intd which no one bat searched with mora literary taeeeat than Father Burte.' The choir of St. Peter't church will ting tha following selected pieces of music, under the direction of Prof. Perring: i1t . . Slmrore divina.... . .. , , , - Doniicttl " Protect US r,,..nhm.na Robert toi una j'aima....--, . ,-.Mcyerbeer Cujus animam In diesen beiligen hallen..., Prayer from eiiiadelis..,,.. Uadelujak UhoruS......,, Kossini .-.- Moiart ..A.Slrad.lla 4aada) We have been informed that Mr. Ma tir), Mrt. Czaptkl and other amateur vocalists will aid the choir to-night. St. Peter't will be crowded by the lite of our city.'' ' At we eaore saraanwulaUsig our streets to-day we noticed ont of the (nest de livery wagons in the city, the property of Peter H. Donnelly 4 Co. Messrs. Donnelly k Devitt must have a good eye to business to go to such expense at to pnrchate one of the wagont that took the prize at the Shelby county fair, aaade by that celebrated wagon-maker, Ph. Maurer, on Poplar ttreet It it, we must admit, at fine a specimen of wagon work at we ever beheld, aod must reflect great credit on the maker. We under stand that P. H. Donnelly I Co. will d, Lver all goods bought of them free of charge to any part of the city nr suburbs. nNANCULAND COfllEHCLlV KT. sVaLre Laoera Ovrrci, 1 "i Manraia. lass.. Jaauary J, f,l f The demand for money is more active, but rates of discount are nnchar.ged. Selling rates for exchange have agaia declined, and are now fa, inatead of ic, aa heretofore. Bnying rates remain steady at t te fe dierowai on fc-aawe points, with ofleringt aaoet roual to the demand. , ... Gold it bonght at IOeJ, and it quoted at 109 in New York. . Local iuki aad tern ri ties have undergone no tnatertal change. Maeaaseipa - wnrranio -aad -Aleora money are in better daraaad and are darahated at .ic L the iurmtt and &c for the latter. Aloorn money is sold at f to HHc. City securities are held (irmly at 5:tjc for the currency bonds and 63 to 64o for the gold issue. County warrants are strong at M to Vuo buying and sell ing. Selma railroad scrip is sold at o. Memphis and Little Hock railroad stock ia in demand at IS to IGc. Memphis and Charleston is worth perhaps 10 to 41o, and some holders asking 4 to. Arkansai levee bonds are tending upward, with sellers asking 20c, and no large amounts ottering at that hgiirn. lennesHee money is sold at 38 and bee for the new and old issue. New Toag. January S. 10 K a m. Gov ernments are Irregular, merlin, exchange ts staaay at 10Vi, Oold ia carrying at 7 per oont. 9old 5-ao,-new-lsrj6.J11-H Bonds of 1SW1 .11 1WI7 11'? Him of 14 iiiJi i n.-i . lwiI.....llllll(Mflbondl...llilA, IW ...UJ'i I'aelto na lit T.na. bonds old .Tens. bonds n.w bale. bales..... (OlIOS. The demand was more active yester day, and closed Jc higher last night, in consequence of a similar advance in New York. Buyers who bad discretion ary orders were the principal purchas ers, and with those others who antici pated the advance, purchased 1750 bales. To-day's New York dispatches report another advance of c, quoting middling basis 20e, with a strong market. Fac tors are somewhat excited, and in some cases placed their lists compsratiyelv far 'above th, advance. , in New t'ork, while others arc reuliaing attheadvance. Hales to noon were ytt bales at the fol lowing prices: Ordinary..... .......w..1f!17, Good Ordinary . , Jt ,,,, , iw' t"IH1 bow Allddliog ....."' Hiy-, Mlddlina . ln'il Strict Middli ng .. a? . ..20 ,' Uood Middling.. .-21 QKHi The receipts at the seaports since Fri day evening are reported at57,HI0 bales, against 59,770 corresponding four days last week, and 61,535 same period the week before. . f he following is the comparative daily statement: Receipts to-day ofciao day last year.., l.ltM S.020 .. l.VU ..... 2.','.3 snipped to-day.. cauia day last year otooa io-oay-..M.... Lact yenr .. 24.8 Total reoaipt, tidata.............2'.3T raina time last year aftl.7: Total .Momenta Li data i JIH R7B Same tioia last year... ....il7itkll Last year at this time middling: here was n to i4ic; m Wew rork, lute: gold nnl .1 i i f ; , i w 11041.-, upiuniia in ijiverpooi, pja. oorroy ajririMiar, , Otixati or Coaaiaos, I Maursis, January 3. I IaroiTS M. and 0. R. R ......,... 71 w. and i. H. K........ M. andO. R. R 11 M.aad L. K. R... Steamers.....,...., Wagou.. 1. 2S ..... uns . &.J Total .. .. 15 EiroHTn M. and C. R. R .. M. and T. R. R , 2 M. aad o. H. R ... Steamers, aorth H., " south. Total...- ll:ffi pTsw Yng. January t. 10 a m. The mar ket opens strong. Hales yesterday, 12. null re ceipts tt all 1'niled btates ports, 40.21H; re ceipts nera, u.zw. Ordinary (817 (lood Ordinary...... .., cly Low Middling...., 0,194 Middling - 10:46 a.m. Cotton is strong. Pules for fu tura delivery last evening, li. Sules for Jan uary, w 3-100 1 jraoruary, aj"0 uarcn, Zlo April, 21?fcC. , . Ordinary - BITS Mood ordinary- . -.. rani Low MidiUlng...... Mia; Middling -.. . HOI (lood Middling........ V2i1fin.m. Cotton strona. Boot sales, lfysl ftil ares V,0. Sales for Jannarv. 9rm!o 1 Feb ruary, 21H-,ci Maroh, 21o, April, 21 J-ltk-; May 21 o-iuc. Livgaroo!,, Jannary'S. 11 a.m. Cotton Is firm. Uplands, V'; to Kid ; Orleans, lufcd. . 1 s.m. Cotton is strong. Uolands. lOd Orleans. 104d. Sales, OI.WO bales, of which aUftl were for oxportand speculation. TRADF Trade is improvip-slowly, but with an abundance of wate. in the streams above to float the largest boait. We may now expect a rapid improvement In grain the movement to-day is more active, and prices unchanged. Sales this morning were 300 tacks shelled at tide, 31 do. car at 61c. 75 barrels corn meal sold at $ 3 25 to 3 35, the latter being the price on delivery, hggs'sre quiet at rf.ic. Urangaa are dull at 10 to fit per bar rel. Lemons -are $6 to 6 75 per box. Provisions are steady. Bacon clear sides are held at fa to 81c; no clear rib or shoulders offering; bulk clear sides, 6j to tic; shoulders, 6c; new sugar-cured hams are told at 13 to 14)c; Memphis dressed hogs sell at 7 to 74c, and 5 to 64c for present stock. Lard is quiet at 9r to 10c for tierce and keg sale,s, & tierces country at 8jo. Beef it sold at 8 to 4c for forequartert and 6 to 7c for hindquarters. Onions are steady at $3 to 3 50 for common to choice. ro- ceries are firm with fair receipts of tu gar and molasses, and a firmer feeling in those articles. Coffee is firm and unchanged. Nails are steady at $1 60 to 4 55. Cottonseed is firm at $10 per ton on the levee, rotatoes are dull at 'i T5toS'J 20, with holders auxious to realize. , Bran is steady at $27 per ton. OaU are held firmly at 61 to 53c. Sales of bay are made at $2rt for prime tnd $30 lo $31 for choice Western. Apples are steady at $3 50 to $i 50. Butter it in fair supply at 24 to 30o for prime to jhoice. Cheese is in fair supply at 121 to 15J for Western Reserve and ched der. Eggs are in fair supply at 32 tn 33c. Live poultry-is in lair request and tbe supply moderate Ducks are $i per do: en; chickens, $2 50 to 4 50: geete, $7 60 toff; turkeys, 14 to l-l. liagging quiet; 14 to iu i ana a oounas, cnoice urauua. Flour is steady at $6 to 9 50 fur super to fancy, with an improved demand lor low grades. . Cottonseed $11 at. the mill; good oil, 45c; refined oil, 60c; oilcake, 21c; meal, 2."c. . , From store os orders prices are as follows i Btuuo BTUFre ianJ i'i lb. bugginz. as ia lallty, U'ytft'i?. Iron tlea, aa In pattern. to.v.e. lialina- twine, lo ui l,o. second hand gunnies ai?d burlaps. H15o. Mass m (ii to 3 T per bushel. ' Bair Ifuiet at 11 4U 41 6U ft linla Mart. Brrria tiood Western. 16alao: inferior. KWaiSc: nriine. 2tK.ilo: surLctlr choice, arf 77a. and fCarce. Uiao Meaay at 17 waa no. CiKoi-US Lirrht weiirht star. 13 to ltol full welsbt. MJs. t hkksb t'ommon. inaiic: oheddar firm at iwsoe. ractory. ii to ioc. Corrn-r irra at :l -'lc tbt Rio and 903 Sic for Java. , ; , - , s- ComivsBso-tio 00 w ten on loves. Corn Mkal Firm at $4oo9.'l Hu fron store. Cob;. Kaiy at 66 to 70c for shelled on orders : ear. i,. Kooa Are firm at ti to y. Usa-aicadj at tl ausl fu nar 100 st ardara. a. to quality. H.aoTAaa Axes, rer down, 10 50 to 14; Shovels, Ames', 114 rt: spa.es, Ames', $15 Mt rop lil to Zloi easting, aci plows, Avery, each, $4; iron per lb. 4 V: east steel 20to,e; Oerrnan, IMo life; nails per keg, I fA to 4 7.. Klocs Firm : super. !! ? to 6 !: A, Ti e 7Vi XX. It WtoS : XXX. a seiat 7S choice family and faory. UtkaW it). Rya Bour, 16 VI to 7!t. Ruckwheat, f'1 Oil. Hom iny, per bbl. ti : grin, n W. Lioroaa R.rtlfld whisky per ralloa. A to (r-c; U .arbon and Ky. SI io to l ,o. noocrt sen eouiity, fl - to 3 I': American gin and br.ndie.. 1 10 to Z Hishwines. 3tolKe; claret wine per caw. tl 75 to 4 Hi: port and sherry per railon.tl & to i au; iiuni bitters pwwB.iitii7.l. MoLAsera Lowfisn. old. flrna StvtbTic tn barrels; syrups, troci Loinaua. new, tit) tI?iLa-Qai.t at U 40 to 4 SO rates. Oava Ouiet at .Vjic from suira. Oaiose :siy at :i 25 per barrol. Pnwoaa Rifle per keg. to: alining, 14 WJ. ' PoCLTBT Chickens quiet st tj """A.jU. Deese rt)iW. Iurkeys, 12oolo U0. Dacks, $4 10 to 4 V). Pot.tob Aea suiet. with a fair supply at t !) barrel. Sweat potaloaa, I- QC par barrel. Paovmrs Baeon per lb, clear sides, to SSet clear rib side.. c: shoulders, 7Sc: new eorarcored kams.H1 jtolt1 : hreakfast baeon. p'Stole'-c Mess hoof per bbl. tUVl. Uaspork per bbl. til V) Pics feet per keg. ri & to I t. Fork, clear side, per 1h, to 7!.c : shciildpf., yi to oc. Frrsh pork, t tTe. Fresh b-f, f 'reonsrters, 3 to V; hindquarters, t to He Freph mutrrn. tto loc. Lars, liareas, U lite: kc.., Kt1 ao lie. Rira Mcadrt Carolina. tV,. tiaTsa, aad tS to te.c bn.r-k,;. e. i-r-ti ii 50 bbl. j tl tvl sack. f. .ioT-Fcr reck. IC a, to 1 aj S-t e rter.a mttlad, Tc: eoests i. So, P irer.v. ussrun nar mm. f 'T tA t H kaivae, t. bvaars- Uuiat ato ts 3Se per n. P; oab L"'i , i An a, open kettle. S te 1lv,'c; yellow tlsrif.-d, UK lo llcj white elar.fct. mm, U S t licj Wl iIm4 whk 1 RITES IJiTELLIQENCa ; AaaivAU. Steamer Nick Lougwortb, Cairo. " Katia Kouatz, Cairo. " llardanelle, Arkansas river, " . Mountaineer, St. Louis. " Alollio Moore, St. Louis. " Fauny Lewis, St. Louis. " ' - Kxchsnge, St. Louit. ! " , . Jtihn Howard, New Madrid. " 11. C. Gray, Arkansas river. " Shannon, Louisville. pzrAaickts. Steamer Batesville, White river. " i Belle Vernon, New Orleans. " ' Oceanus, New Orleana. " Nrk.ljrngworth, New Orleans " Phil Allin, Friar's Point. . O. W. Cheek, Friar't Point. ' " . Cleburne, Arkansas river. ." . St. Francis, St. Francis river. " Undine. Osceola. " . Frank Fors.t, liale't Point. " Tom Morgan, ahove. " Legal Tender, White river. " Monntainecr, Red river. " Mollie Moore, New Orleana. " . John Howard, New Orleans. BOATS IX PORT. Dardanelle, Emma Elliott, ' Katie Kounlz. Exchange. C. B. Church. R. C. Gray, Shannon. ' .' BOATS ADVEHTIRED TO LZAVI TO DAT.' - Bvanivlll. .Pink Varbls ...J B avvaa, business, wbatbbb. . The establishment of gauges) at Mem phis and other cities along the Ohio and Mississippi as well as some of thetr trib utaries, as urged by the Ledger here and other papers, in the North and . South that have interested themselves in the river commerce, has been accomplished, and without douUtwe shall hereafter be able to present to our river friends an accurate report daily of the stage of the river at all tbe principal points furnished by the Signal Service of tbe War I'ft- partment. it will be found under the head of " River Report " in this column. RIVER TELEGRAMS. LoriHViEi.E, December 3. The river is stationary, with eight feet eight inches in the canal, and six feet eight inches on the falls, , Weather clear and warm. CihcinxAti,' January 3. River seven teen and a half feet and rising. De parted: Minneola, Memphis; Charmer, Evansville; Anna, Red river, with a full load. Pittrcro,' January 3. River rising, with eleven feet six inchesat dark. Six million, bushels of coal went down the river on the present rise. Evansville, January 3. Weather is cloudy and mild. River has risen four feet, and there is plenty of water to Cairo. " Nashville, JanuAry 2. River rising, with five and a half feet on Harpeth Shoals, Cloudy and moderate. , , Cairo, January 2. Arrived: Susie Silver, St. Louis, 4 p.m.; Minnie, St. Louis, C p.m. Departed: City of Ches ter, St Louis, 3 p.m. City of Alton struck a snag last night, and broke-forty timbers; will reship and return to St. Louit for repairs. Kiver has risen tix inches. Cloudy. St. Loms, January 2. Arrived: Lady Lee and Belle St. Louis, New Urleans; Belle Memphis and St. Luke, Memphis; Alice, Cairo. Departed: Oily of Helena, Helena; Colorado, Vicksburg; Illinois, Ouachita river. River has fallen ten inches since Monday, and there is now about five and one-half feet to Cairo. Weather cloudy, with indications of rain, , PORT news. All told, there were eleven arrivals and upward of fifteen departures yester day, giving an unusually active appear ance to our levee, which twenty two hon est candidates for Wharfmaster would like to tread and declare themselves monarehs of all, etc., etc Tbe river is twenty-foui inches above low water mark, and rising Tbe Elliott Brothers purchased the R. P. Walt, yesterday, from Major J. D. Adams. Price, $38,000 The Mountaineer passed down yesterday evening, drawing six feet. Ihe towboat Kellogg and barges passed up yesterday Tha Clehuruo. lor theArkanaas, left with a fair trip, as also did the Batesville and Leual ren der, for White river, and the Cheek, for rnars foint lhe Dardanelle, from the Arkansas, brought 55!) bales of cot ton, sud had a fair passenger list The Kalie Kountz came down with 108 bales of cotton and over 4000 sacks of corn taken on in Madrid bend. She ent up to the Memphis oil works to take 100 tons oil cake,,. There were four arrivals to-day lhe John Howard got 8000 eacks corn between here and Cairo, and passed down drawing six feet. lbe Exchange discharged twenty tons here. She has been eight days coming tram bt. Louis......... ihe Whan non, fourteen days from Louisville, it putting out a lot of furniture. ...v,,, .the It. I, (iray brought 312 bales of cotton and 550 sacks soed from the Arkansas, and loads here with cotton for Louis ville The weather at noon was clear and warm. MISCEH-tNEOl'S. , , ' Six million bushels of coal have left Pittsburg on the present rise. at. tiouis Ireiaht rates to all oont nera ports have deoliued. The Emma C. Elliott will leave for White river on Saturday. lbe 15elld ' Leo will leave here on the 11th inst. and again on February 7th. for New Orleans. The Pink Varble. Cant. Thos. Hunt leaves to-day for Evansville and all coast laudings. -, Capt Dick Lightburne is her agent. roar candidates for Wbartmasteralno have withdrawn, llow many more will follow their example rather than tee a colored individual elected will, be seen by to morrow morning. It it a matter worthy the consideration of every com mission merchant and business man in the city; and Front street merchants, being mors interested than others. should see that but one or two candi dates remain in the field to-morrow. The Sallie V. will be sold at public auction next Mondcy, on ninety days' time, for approved paper. lhe alarm at ol i,outs regarding the changing of the ohannel, has somewhat subsided, since the Mayor of that oily made an inspection of the harbor. Captain Mem Lalvert returned yes terday from a visit borne. buamboating must be dull at L- Crosse. The Democrat of that " burg ' says: Any penon wishing to trade a pair of Arctio overshoes or a pair of buck skin mittent for a steamboat, can be ac commodated by calling upon any of our steamboatraen. Lota of men have got more steamboats than they know what to do with. One man recently offered to give a splendid side-wheel, double deck, cylinder escapement river palace for a second-class oyster stew, but the austere man conld not see it. He could sell his oyaiers for money, but he couldn't give a steamboat away.'' A Washington telegram to the Ledger states, that the steamship subsidy tvtsi nest will ba a leading feature of Con gress after the holidays. Ths lobby in this interest, already here, it quite pow erful, and they feel confident of being able to get large appropriations from the treasury through the aid of their friends in Congress. The Evansville Journal says: "A lit tle excitement was created yesterday morning by a kettle of coal tar taking fire on the Pink Varble, tome wise one having concluded to heat it np ou the stove in the engine room. The alarm was given, and Kd. Thomas, clerk of the Tyrone, lying alongside, seized an ex tinguisher and rushed frantically to tbe resuue, but the fire wat extinguished Lelore he reached the scene of action. Captain loot Hunt read lbe not act very emph.t.c.liy to the .up;..tendci,t k. !. ... " 1 of tte boi i.Dg tar. . A St Louis exchange tavt : The Eetio added 2.Kh) bale, of cotton at V icasooru loo aaw Orteeoe o aar laati triadoiL' About enouuh to load n.a tV - Amer lir U WM KUt. 0 o VAt c CO pa' O CD SBBI o 3 a CK.S CD o 0 X H CD, 0 0... h-. . Ul ft- r 3 -o fe 3 e-r- () ss n a) O o o CO H o ' fit n-l ' rH CO H Q' CO, o For Arkaasas Blvsr. Memphis and Arkansas River Packet Co. . U. b). Mail Linn-for Pine BluS and Little Rock. Tha elegant passenger steamer DARDANELLE Nowland, master UTILL LEAVE AS ABOVE V FRIDAY. 5th inst , at 6 p.m. for freight or passage ap- ply to W. H. KEN M EDA f. Ag rent, rfboat Office on Coinpriny'f Wharf boat, 107-109 oot ol Court street. For Cairo und Eranivltle. " Th floe puieoger atcamsr JdE&rink YarblCslaS TOM HUNT Master Will leavson WEDNESDAY, the 3d inst.. at.1p.in. . Sat freight or passsee spplr on hoard or to RVM07 fl. n.LllllllDi n, D, Ajcrni, tM Front street. rrlar's Polo l and Bends. Regular Memphis and Friar's Point UnlUd States Hail Packet. iiiSfcGeo.W.Cheek aadSSfi M. Is. CHEEK. Captain. Leaves Memphis every Tuesday. Thursday aad Saturday, at 6 o'clock p.m. For treigh or paasaga spplr on board 11-LW-r Memphis, Helena, rrlnr'a Point Baaaless and Way lrftnnlnara. A. J. WHITE :.....Capt. Geo. Maloa rith DEPART AS ABOVE TV on MONUAiB aad mi- DAYS, at (p.m. For freight or passage apply on board er to on board er to lit). W.CIIKtf.. janMaln at ISB-fl l MEMPHIS AND ARKANSAS RIVER ' PACKET COBFABt. UNITED STATES MAIL LINE. THB ELEGANT PA8SE508R BOATS OF this line leave Memihit tor all pointt on Arkansas rivar Irlondays and Fridays, at 430 p.m. Por freight, passage, er other information applf to W. hTKENXKDAY, Aa't. . Office on Companr'a Wharf boat, t't root of Court streot. FOB WEWORLMANIS. lX"TtIl GRAS! ' -t rebroary 13, 187a. Ths mtgniActnt passengar steam.r Belle Lcc, J. P. nicks. asaster-J. 8. Sullivan, clerk. WILL LEAVE THIS CITY ON WEDNE day. February 7, ls-"i, arriving at New Orleana Monday, rebruary 12. giving ezeur sienpts five daya tn tbe Crescent City during the M.rdi Qras Uoliitavs. Departing, will leave New Orleans n her up trip Saturday, February 17th. Rooms can be obtaiurd for tbe excursion by applying on board or to 1U2-1JO JOHN D. ADAMS. FOR NEW ORLEANS. Xeni)lii9 and Now Orleans Fas , Kcnger racket, Steamer JriSiBcllo Lco,JaSa, l. V. HICKS, master Jao. 8. Scluvai, el'k. mUIH ELEGANT PASSENGER STEAMER 1 will luva alemphis for ew Orleana, aa followa : THIRSDAY, Jannkry T1UKS1IAV. January 11th, l:i sr.ih, is; 2 VHtSI)AV, Kebrnary THIKMIA.V, t'ehmary TIUKSDAV, Marrli Tdl'KSltAT, Jlarch tn, i; Hi, ls7i ;th, i;i 21st, If.i Partlcalar .t f.n, 1 K.:J .M .11 wa. ... plantation buetnsse. -I! Is4 W.H.K ENN KD A i A gnv. & WHITE RIVKIi MAIL LIVE. it. a. STEAMER LEGAL TENDER Join T. t.-.t"-"- n Matter. Leaves Merrrhts for Jaegwn- .l port every It EBDATslSp.oa. fcM 'Tir. STEAMER R P. WALT. $ Arter. W. Ashpoko- Itm Mtnpbii f'.i .l?kio. port Try oAI L KiAT M 4 n l lra.l Blaf wtib Ui Umint f U mpt.li mm Llnl Rck . It. GoiBf p, Iuti Irairi Blaff eaurira ol Irua r --" 1" 'Tw CoeaiBrda, aoaasrt with traia. Ew , v , . " '""1)1, 7? UlTn. A-,.. . Prm... i. rt , f m of J, Nr,rn tits.a. .ivnw ,j,., lovt sf C jartiu.jt.