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OBKRT GOOD IS A CANDIDATE J?OR
, Whrfinatarat the ensuing election.
iWlTWAYOkVV. 6. LOFLAND W A
r oandidafe for Mayor at tne ensuing eieeiiou.
' cyrii wTk Fa l d k r m a n .-t h k u nd k R,
O signed being. i.io.tearnetly solicited ry
, nectfully announces himself a oandidalo far
i B of the lh Wd "UU. oounnt .let,
tion. au4-te MJC1.ABLWH!.LAN.J
i XlWiANWh WARD. AT THE SO-'
A lioitetionofmany voters, the undesigned
hereby announces himself e candidate for Ah
derman of the 8th Wrd, and mott ispectfiill
asks the support of the vo-er of said ward u
ib.fuin, 'H"-FHAWK CUMMINS3
fnjT UK CITIZENS OF M KM P8- KN
I tlemen: Th time fixed by the charter lor
the election ol Mayor having passed without en
election, I now announce to you that I em "I
a candidate for the Mayoralty when theelccti.ip
UAYOSO SAVINGS ISSTITtltfOJj:
Memphis, Tennessee ,1 ' (
RANKING HOUSE, ,
No. 19 Madiaou Street.
TUTS INSTITUTION. ORGANIZED IN
X. 1H56, hai tieen in oontiuuou. and successful
ni,riinn for the Dat ten yearn. It continue
to transact . . 5 y- (
UGNKRAL BXC1IANOK AND
WILL IKCKIVK PtEWWllBi nuv n""" ti
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EXCHANQI,
Oold, Silver and Unourrent Honey. ..
SELLS Exchange in sum to BifU piiTcbA-ers.
on London and all the leading citie of the
United States, and will made collections on ull
accessible pluccs in the South and W est. .
K. M. AVKRV, Cashier.
JIHH C. l.AH.lKR.frfeH- '
Organized In 14-1.-1.
OHl" -o. 22 1-2 UladiHOii St.
J.J. MuapHV, I J.Ci'miiNOn J(iHNrtN.
E. M. AfHKKSOK, JOHMT. 8lBAT'K.
J. 'J'. Frank, T. A. kki.sun.
i'. M. Uahh. I
..... .,..., .pt?nm w id nn irp n 1,'Ti
'I '11 JO ll.-iuuiiun jo ..--
1 receive Derusit. to buy and eil hae
on an me iriiiciiai ijimiim
loake Collections oa this city and all irttici
points in mis secuon.
F. M. CASH. Pe-ytnrv. ' Jy5-3m
IWR SALE OR RENT. A 1IIGHLY-IM-V
proved plsoe of 27 acres. Ay niiles Ir-mi oily,
ou Central Avenue, adjoining the old race
track. Finely located for a garden. A choice
variety of pear, peach and apple tree, and I the
best stables and stock yard in theoounty. ill
sell garden implements at a fair valuation.
For rent for on. ye.r. ARMSTRONG.
au2t-7l H2 North Court street.
mitWlEK'S SALE. BY VpTl'P
L the power in me vented, by a deed of trust
made the aid day of February, Mo by W . A.
l'olk to me. to secure the payment of the delil
therein mentioned, to S. M. Bryan, I will pro
ceed to sell at public auction to the highest bid
der for cash, upon the premise", on hnturday,
the 1st day of September. be following
described tract of bind, situate in the county of
Shelby. Stale of Tennessee, in oivil district
Jo. 1, range i, secipoii , inii"ii -
dred and twenty acres, more or less, hounded
as follows, to-wit: ,On the north by Jcflcrson
Byron's land, ou the east by the i land of D.
trennaw, on tne soum uj iuo h.m.o ...
a Mi-kohorrv. ami on the west by the lands ol
Willmm (ircirg, it being the place on which th
S'lld H.A.rOlI IOBU roniuru.
trust is ol recora in i i"' " ' oi
Shulby county, in Book ni, parti, Paget llil.
ti-5. All right or equity ot re'lotnidion u
; ble for i-oiion fin-tors, lii Mdinjs; w
l"H)R RENT.-A FRONT ROOM, ON ShO
r' ond tlo.ir of building No. lit Madison street.
AIpq part of room on flrst floor. . au-l-lw
MONEY TO BB MADE. .
A LARGE BASEMENT, elegantly finished,
roomy aad well ventilated, In a business por
tion of the city, under our Drug Store, on the
corner of Main and Beat.
Suitable for a wholeaale liquor, tobaceo and
cignr store, first-claw saloon and billiard rooms-
A rare chance will be offered any one wisning
to engage In the above business. Application
should be made immediately at 423 Main street,
to J. P.DR0MQ00LK ACO.
IOR RKNT.-A NKW DW E1jL1.G. 0ON
i tainina 4 rooms. Possession given immedi
alcly. Apply at Si! Avery street. anlll-lm
TjUK RENT A KE&IDKNCK WITH FIV E
I; rooms. Possession given 1st Sept. Apply
at 32 Avery strcH. al-lm
WA VTED-BOARD. IN A GENTEEL,
i.i'irate family, by a gentleman, wile and
cbild. References given. Addresa A.
TTNTED. OLD CAST IRON. FOR
1 Y which a good price will be pant.
Tr AN 1 ED-I AVANT TO KENT A UOUSE
V between now and 1st Sopteiiiber
JOHN B. W hbl),
B. W. Fieight and Cotton Press Co.,
au23-lw 2Vft Front street. BP llairs
TirANTED. A SITUATION BY A
youug man in a wholesale grocery or
commission bouse, can Inrnish eisht or ton
thousand dollars, and would take an interest in
th. hiois the first of January. . Kelerence
riven and reuuired. Address A. P. T-.
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Te eanvasa for the official Southern history of
the war, : '
THE LOST CAUSE,
By E. A. Pollard, of Virginia.
Complete in one large royal octavo volume
with V4 fine steel portraits.
Circulars sent free to any addros.
avr lo energetic men and wowiea rare
chance is oticred to ake money. Addrese
J. il. oLllOiN,
je4-Gm Publisher, Memphis, Tenn.
BOARDING. -BOARD CAN BE 0B
Uiaedattj Third street, for a lewajngle
gentlemen. - "U'-4'L"
I IOARDINU.-SBVERAL I.AKttK AND
It pleasant rooms ean.be Bad, with board,
upon early application at No. V Adams street.
REWARD. -25 KhWAKU Bfc
paid by Daniel Hran, j4 Front street. J.r
the recovery of a bundle of old aceouyt b-k.
the property of J. M. Nelson, late of Pocahon
tas. Tenn.. that were left im thoortocal .that
time ocmpicd br H- C. Pearce A Co n the
TV-H A H-Ter building. -J' Front . an'g-lw
CHANGE OF BASE.
Owing to the heavy and rapidly iaciwrag d
nand for the " iva Sowthern Vwarations,
wlare compelled to remoTe to a . re spa. iom
building, giving room f.w eitenidve " :
r,ni rrpoi. therat-re we have leaid 4J1 aad
Es J of the Haghee Block, eorner of Ma.n and
Boil i .tr.5. where we de-ig. conducting a
general whole-ale and retail
connection with the nianutactureof the Ureal
Te our friends and ca-tomers ererrwuere, we
would say. give us a call. Our drutj are pure,
eurpnros are low. and our clerks competent.
auU-laa J. P. DROMuoOLE A to.
VT0TICK.-8EN1 THBEB-CKNT STAMP
ll for my prioo-liits of good books, to A.
Fry. Norwafk. Conn.- . auM-lia
OTICII.' . '
"j .. jft . i- Y.jaV-v'3jj11H.
J From and after August J3. lfl. the State and
County Tag Collector's ofcoe will be on theour
ner of Third and Jetlersoa atreaU. in Botte k
Mgnaigo new nuuuiua vvvvnw vw.u.w.
buirauc ou funiwn VIV. . .......
Tag Collei tor Pbelhy County.
XO.i. BRXJDO B ; COM IH ACTORS.
Prupucals will b received for the building of
abridKe aciias Nonccmiiab ia the Holly ford
toad, September. HHb. at 10 o'clock. The con
tract will' be turnnt to the lowest bidder, at the
Holly lord, on Noneonaaa Creek, as aiveve
ililfJ.,,. ,,t A. MADDEN, 1
i .. I Si i iH IM. W,' KIDFuKD. 1 '
, . FINLEY HOLME 1
Bli24 Id " ' fjommissionen for the County.
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TO t I)Vi:itXIHIH.
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The Pi'Bi.io Ledoeb now has by far
the largest circulation of ANY daily
newspaper published in the State of Ten
nessee, and offers, therefore, advantages
to; advertisers not possessed; by iiny
oier joarpaMn h Btae, This is a fad
ihrch should' not be Wst sight of uy the
diret4ihiie rub!.c. -r
Office. No. 13 lYladiason' Strtpet.
LARGEST . CITY i aKClUTION
. 1M UMFHIHi ti
Tuesday Evening. Augnst 23, 1066
Local Noticis, inserted among the
readinK matter, will be charged twenty
cents per line for each insertion.
Pittsmjro fJoiL Brown k Jones, ol
fice 247 Second street Branch office
374 Main street R. C. Ilite, agent t
. PtiTSBtiRO Coal. Briggs A Peterson,
ollice 13 JIuJiion street. Branch office,
311 Mail) street J. B. Moseley, agent
Ve are the only coal merchants who
weigh on the city scales. au6-lm
Go to J. Fellowes', merchant tailor,
No. 32 Union street. au261tn
Board of Health. At the meeting
of the Board' of Health yesterday, Dr,
Cavanaghyireyorid -foal he had made
arrangements for the reception of the
ick;at,tlie ti ruling, nd (hut tt' lid.-pi
tal force was under the direction .of
Sergeant Smith, of the Siitiiliiry Piflioe.
He had as yet been unable to purchase
ambulances, but hoped to do so at to
early day. The following resolutions
were adopted : .
.i Resolved, That the following articles
of food be discountenanced by the Board
of Health as injurious and calculated
to aid in the production of the disease,
and that the Board f Mayor and
Aldermen be now requested to ordain
that for two month there shull not be
Tended in the market-places, or on the
streets, green corn, melons, Mississippi
river fish, cucumbers and eabbaiies,
and thiit all packages of vegetables and
fruits brought on steamboats be in
spected by the police, and, it found to
contain any of the above articles,
they be , condemned and destroyed.
liesolved, That, in view of the rapid
increase of patients in the General Hos
pital and the too onerous duties of the
surgeon in charge, this Board authorizes
Dr. Keller to engage an assistant; salary
to be designated by Dr. Cavanagh, Health
Resolved, That the Mayor of the city
be requested to authorize the morning
journals of the city to publish, for one
week, the localities of the dispensaries,
as adopted by the Board of Health, for
the benefit of the poor. Adopted.
' Resolved, That Superintendent Beau
mont be requested by this Board to in
sist upon his sanitary force calling upon
and requesting the citizens to disinfect
their privies, sinks, etc., and that it be
made obligatory on the citizens to do the
same, under penalty.
On the suggestion of Dr. Creigh'.oii,
the secretary was requested to procure
the necessary furniture for the accommo
dation of this Board.
Notice. The disinfectant recom
mended to be used by the Board of
Health, and which is only prepared by
P. I. Huette 4 Co., Druggists, No. 42
North Court street, in Telegraph Build
ing, is now ready for sale at twenty-five
cents per pount 25-lw
' Chamber or Commerce. At the regu
lar meeti ng of the Chamber of Commerce
beld yesterday, the President appointetj
the following gentlemen as delegates
from this city lo the convention at Ma
enp, Ga., to be held on the first Wednes
day in September next, upon the subject
of. building the Savannah and Memphis
railroad, viz : Messrs. J. T. Trezevant,
F, M. White, Minor Merriweather, John
Heart, Sam! Tate, F, Al Nelson and W.
Miller. 1 i i , - . .
The Chairman of the Committee, to
whom waa referred the matter of affixing
and canceling revenue stamps, reported
that the failure to affix them was wholly
unintentional, and read a letter from
piuejunali showing that a similar diffi
culty was there settled by delinquents
affixing stamps subsequently.
The following gentlemen were ap
pointed a committee to nominate officers
for the ensuing year : F. W. Mahan, Col.
John Heart, W. A. Goodwyn, A. T. Lacy,
Pitser Miller, 0. F. Prescott and John
Messrs. Mahan, Goyer, Dow, Gal-
breath and Sanders were appointed a
committee to confer with a committee of
Aldermen appointed to revise the privi
lege and tax ordinance of the city.
Messrs. Nelson, Heart, Stratton, Harm-
stad, Townsend and Menkes were ap
pointed a committee to inquire into and
report at the aext regular meeting of the
Chamber what measured are necessary
and practicable to make the meetings of
the Chamber more attractive and useful
to its members.
To drive away the blues permanently,
visit the Good Idea regularly. .
Memphis akd Cburlistok Railroad.
Mail and passenger trains leave Mem
phis 1:15 p.m.i CoiinecUeotNah-!
ville perfect No delay on this line to
New: York, j Connections a) Chattanooga
with the Western and Atlantic, and East
Tennessee and Georgia railroads is close.
Corinth accommodation train leaves
Memphis at 5:30 a.m., taking passengers
to the Mississippi Ceutral and Mobile
and Ohio railroadB. Grand Junction
aofcommrxUtion-lesvesJ Memphis' At 3 55:
p.m. Baggage checked through.
Through tickets and information can be
procured at 13 Court street' Passengers
will please remember that the Memphis
and Charleston railroad leaves by the
Nashville time, which is 15 minutes
(iUi.iUmeA If .(.J
au3-lm-18 Ticket Agent
You are invited to call at the Good
Idea, corner of Monroe and Maiu.
Police Courts. In the Segond Dis
Irjaf feat evenfngj fort ttVen as? were;
itVdMd W huidre J aiteV fifty : dollars
collected. Among the fined, were three
gay young men for fast driving, for which
they paid six dollars each, and two par
ties for selling liquor on Sunday, for
which they were charged fifty dollars and
costs; the two latter gave notice that
thej-wobld appeal- W the 'First Dis-';
trict this morning, forty-five candidates
for justice were entered on the roll, and
two hundred and fifty-eight dollars were
taken in by Clerk Heazlett Mr. Taylor
was fined twenty-five dollars for keeping
a disorderly house, and a gambler named
W.' A.' Choice, charged wits assaulting a
lady, doubtless being ashamed to show
his face in Court, forfeited the twenty
five dollars he had put up (or his appear
ance. Beautiful shirts of every description
at Phil. T. Allen k Co.'o,
22-1 w 56 JelTer8on street.
An Exuitino and Lacuiiahle Affair.
Laet night, about twelve! o'cldck, t' Cou
ple of negro attaches of the Imperial
billiard saloon, had a little fight, when
one of them ran the other out at the
window on to the awning, he shouting,
" police I" at the top of his voice. The
noise aroused a clerk sleeping in a store
below, who imagining some burglars
were trying to effect an entrance, fired
off his 'pistol, und5 shotited ""murder !"
" police I" els. A couple of Metropoli
tans soon itrrivoti; nd shcokhbe- dJbV,
when the young gent threatened to shoot
them, and it was several minutes before
he could be induced to believe there was
no danger, when he opened the door and
told the police he was certain some one
had been trying to break into the store.
Fresh arrival of gent's furnishing
PtHL.T. Aj.l.tv 4 Co., l
56 Jefferson street.
That Poetrt. This morning's"p
peal replies to our article published last
week, wherein we inquired who waa the
author of a certain piece of poetry, bjr
saying that our inquiry proves us " lo be
silly and ill-natured, as there was not a
line that claimed them as original fur the
Appeal." By reference to a copy of the
Appeal containiug the poetry, we iiud
it headed " A New Song,", although the
lines were written and published in a
book many years since ; also that "they
were inscribed to Miss ," and that
"one has only to read them to' know
who inspired the poesy." Any one " ill
bred and silly" enough to understand
the English language can easily see low
we and the locul of the Louisville Courier
were led to think the lines were original.
Ladies and Gentlemen;-go and look
at the Paintings at Bernard's, 280 Main
street. " 25-lw
Shootino at a Policeman. At a late
hour last night as officers Lincoln and
Smith were paaajng- along (Main; 'sjrejt
near Winchester, they observed a couple
of men acting in a disorderly manner,
who proved to be two er policemen
named Angelo and Morrison. . On at
tempting to arrest them Angela pulled
ont a derringer pistol and fired at Lin
coln, the ball missing him, but the pow
der knocking off his hat. A desperate
scuffle ensued, in the course of which
Angelo received several severe cuts in
the bead, and ending by the ex-policemen
being taken to the station-houBe. This
morning Angelo was fined twenty-five
dollars and cost, and Morrison failing to
appear, his forfeit money was confisca
ted. Notice. The disinfectant recom
mended .to be used by the Board of
Health, 'and which is only" prepared liy
P. I. Huette t Co., Druggists, No. 42
North Court street, in Telegraph Build
ing, is now ready for sale at twenty-five
cents per ponnd. 25-lw
To Phtsiciaks. The following resolu
tion was adopted by the Board of Health
at its last meeting:
Resolved. That as it is utterly impos
sible for the Health Officer to make cor
rect reports of the sanitary condition ot
the city daily to the public press and to
comnile the necessary statistics tor scien
tific purposes unless the physicians of
the city actively co-operate witn Dim Dy
reporting daily to the officer of the
Board of Health, all the cases of cholera
seen by them each twenty-four hours.
They are earnestly requested to report
each case at once, either to the Polioe
office or to the Health Officer in order
that the disinfectant force may proceed
at once to pnrify the premises where the
disease occurred ; and that this resolu
tion be printed in all the city papers for
one week. au23-lw
Good singing, dancing and music, at
the Good Idea every evening.
A Proposition. We propose to sell
one bottle of " Red Diarrhea Remedy"
to every family in Memphis for all forlbs
of diarrhea, cholrra morbus, vomiting,
sick stomach, etc., and wherever it fails
to give complete and satire' satisfaction,
we will refund, the money the empty
bottle to be retained. We make this
offer because we profess to understand
our, business, and know the " Red Diar
rhea Remedy" possesses merits superior
to any preparation of the kind now be- (
fore the public. One bottle arms you
with power to bttiko a, deadly foe before
his fetters clasp your vitals.
I'l l1 Jj P. pROMOOOLt 4 Co. J
2.1 lw 1 Druggists, 423 Main st
Go to Phil. T. Allen & Co.'s, No. 56
Jefferson street, to buy your kid gloves.
If he who causes two blades of grass
to grow where but one grew before is
public MiietVctortleaJ1 he h plaes in
the hands of the public the means of cur
ing disease is more. Dr. Humphreys
has been over ten yesrs preparing his
Homeopathic Specifics for the public,
snd has elaborated the most complete,
simple and successful system ever known
for tanti lies er ioaivldualt.1 His prepa
rations have an established and merited
reputation. See advertisement AoV
dress " Humphreys' Specific Homeo
pathic Medicine Company, 6C2 Broad
way, N. Y." 27-1 w
-jFrRNtTPRs.TAn immense variety of
fitVnitttreJat'erftoiiishinjr, law 'prices at
vajee a Arirauc, onu juaui surch
Our Job Office. The Public L ikies
job printing department has been lately
supplied with the latest and most ap
proved patterns of type, borders and
presses, and is better prepared than ever
kf accommodate1 fhe mercantile public.
Our prices will continue to be the most
reasonable in the city, while our work is
guaranteed to give satisfaction. We have
the only complete printing office in the
city, ard will continue to give our cus
tomers inducements o others in this
markercan afford."' Call and see! - ' t
Crosby Art Association. In conaer
quence of the failure of several gift con
cert firms in Chicago, some person
started a report that there was a proba'
bility of Mr. Crosby failing to carry out
his project in regard to the Opera House
at Chicago. By reference to aa adver
tisement in another column it will be
seen hi apyt reports C tbat character
are groundless, and that the drawing
will come off at the time announced.
Change of Schedule. The Memphis
and Charleston railroad on and after
Thursday next, August 30th will run
two throagh passenger trains; i . i
Xf.-.l ink loaraa Uomohia at 7 a.m
Kxpreas train leaves Memphis at...- 2 p.m.
Memphis aU 4 p.m.
Mail train arrives at Memphis at 1 p.m.
Kxprea tram arrives at Memphis at . i w p.m.
Souierville accommodation train ar
rives at Memphis at-.
Beal Street Property. The atten
tion of the public is called to the sales
of that valuable block, divided in lots, to
be sold to-morrow, at ten o'clock. We
advise all to "look sharp" Mr. Cayce's
ihOjtto, a! who Is to interest his friends
on that occasion! It would be useless to
undertake to value that property one
year from this date, as it is now admit
ted that it is soon to be the center of this
great city. ' ' ' ' '
'. ' Mortuary Report. Seventy five
deaths were officially reported last week,
classified as follows: Adult males while,
24, Hack C, adult females white T.black
3; children white 11, black 5; negroes,
disease unknown, 15; still-born children
4. Fourteen deaths are announced from
cholera, eight from congestion, six from
diarrhea, four from congestive chills, and
fifteen negroes disease uoFnown.
' I would respectfully announce to my
friends and the numerous friends nnd
acquaintances of my deceased partner,
Dr. W. C. Bryan, that I will continue at
our office, 303 Main street, over Mans
field's drug store, where I can be fonnd
all hours during the day ever ready and
happy to wait upon those who may favor
me with their patronage.
271 w Wm. T. Arrinoton.
t Make-bemevi .foreign perfumes the
"genuine being excluded fiy the enormous
duties flood the market They are poor
imitations of extracts which in them
selves are far inferior in odor, purity,
and durability to Phalon's "Night-
Blooming Cereus," manufactured from
the most fragrant flower ever used for
perfuming purposes. North Adams
Editors Public Ledger: Can't you
give the M, P, a blast, in regard to neg
ligence of duty on Tennessee street?
There has been a dead yearling on the
street since Saturday morning. The
police have been notified three different
times on Saturday, Monday, and again
this morning, at Mr. Beaumont's office.
Still they have taken no notice of it. S.
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National Theatre. Do not fail to
see the aide splitting pantomine of ''Jack
Robinson and his Monkey," also, Prof.
Duling in his extraordinary feats of
magic ; M'lle Forrestel in her contortion
and rope-tying feats ; Johnny Keegan in
his clog hornpipe ; Messrs. DeHsven and
Porter in new acts ; Misses Barton, Craft,
and Yloletta, in new songs, dances, etc.
Committer for Trial. A negro,
named Henry McGowan, was examined
before Esquire Creighton ' yesterday,
charged with burglariously entering the
bonse of Mr. Pepper, ia Chelsea, and
stealing s me money, a watch and pis
tol He was, committed to jail for trial
at the next, session of the Criminal
. ei s .
The "Prison Life of Jefferson Davis,"
also the "Confederate Spy," and "Bill
Arp," for sale at publisher's prices, pic
ture frames, maps, charts, Clark's won
derful indellible marking pencils, and m
thousand other useful articles at Webb t
Tribble, 57 Jefferson street, up stairs.
Agents wanted 2-2t
Discharoid. Edward Byron, James
Patterson, and John H. Saunders,
charged with robbing Mr. H. Lacaras,
on the steamer Marble City, oa Friday
night, were examined before Esquire
Creighton yesterday, and discharged, the
evidence not being sufficient to wan-ant
Pocket Piceed. Mr. John Wiuchell
had bis pocket-book taken from the
breast pocket of his coat while passing
through s crowd at the postoffice, yester
day. His loss amounts to six hundred
and fifty dollars. The thief was mi ex
pert, and has not been arrested.
IxgciST. About ten o'olock last night
Esquire Hall was called to hold an in
quest on the body of a beautiful young
woman, about nineteen years old, whose
name was stated to be Mrs. Lou Trotter.
The1 body was lying at Mrs.'' White's, on
Mulberry street Jl. physician stated that
she died from cholera, but in view of the
fact that' she had beer unwell i for ten
days, the jury returned a verdict that she
came to (her death from exposure. She
Is stated a be a daughter of Col. Tnrmp
son, of Arkansas. ,
kIChakoji in thb Police Foacf,-r!Capt
Bradley having resigned, Sergtf P. S.
Si mends, very efficient officer has been
promoted to Captain, and has taken
charge of the Second District. Benj.
Frame baa been promoted to' the Ser
ge n toy vacated by the promotion ,of
Simonda. . i .
' Death or Baenct Graham. A New
York dispatch, received in' this city to
day, announces that Barnet Graham died
in that city yesterday morning at four
o'clock. He was an old citizen of Mem
phis, and one among its wealthiest Lea.
Marvelous beyond precedent is the
effect of Soitodont upon the whole econ
omy of the month, keeping the gums
rosy and healthy, the teeth in perfect
order, giving to the breath a balmy fra
grance. ' .
The Best. The best lager may bei
found at the saloorl of Fnta Pferaferf,
corner of Court and Front stree'.s. A
good lunch every morning. ' Call' and
try the viands, etc., kept there. ; &
,, - .. . I t.
Choiiba. Six new eases of cholera
were officially reported in the city, yes
terday, and a like number in the city
hospital. ; There, were two deaths in the
city and two in the hospital.
Meerschaum Pipes boiled, 'cleansed;
polished, and scratches erased,' at GouU
stoa Brothers, practical workers ia Meer
schaum, 159 Main street, Overton Hotel
building. t . 24-eod-w
For Sale. A restaurant in a good
location and doing a large business, for
sale low. Possession given Immediately.
Apply to B. Hollander, '' -
au22-eod No. 33 Monroe street 6.
The finest and best selected stock of
cloths and cassimeres for merchant tai
loring purposes are at ' '
Keid A Bro.'s, Merchant Tailors,'
23-2t tham ' , 15 Jefferson street.
. Burial or Paupers. Judge Leonard
has instructed Sheriff Winters to bury,
at the expense of the county, all paupers
who die in the county and city.
,, ..t . : - i u 1 k
Negro Horse Thief. A negro named
J. W. Watkins was arrested yesterday
for stealing a pony and mule, the prop
erty of Mr. Bradley.
, Released; M. H. Woods was taken
before Esquire Hall yesterday for trial,
for shooting Col." Gallaway. No prose
cutor appearing, he was discharged.
, . . . , . i ;
Rev. J. A. Wheelock will reopen his
school at 176 Hernando st. o the 3d of
Special Votices will bo inserted in thrsonl
uma for ten eenU per line for each insertion
Tie Great Heed Supplied I Pills have been
swallowed in Billion. Salves have been rubbed
ia by the ponnd. Dr. MjOoii.l's two griuid
specifics are putting an end to this wholesale
system of medication. One of his famous pills
Is a dose. A box of his healing salve ia of more
value, as a remedy for ulcerous and eruptive
diseases, than a ship's cargo of Hie ointments
advertised to cure everything, but are all,ia
fact either useless or deleterious. I
Dr, MaogkiL's motto is coscexts aticn. tie
has placed la the smallest compass the active
principle of the most potent vegetable spjoilk-s.
There is no mineral ia his Pills they do aot
gripe they do not enfeeble. They create a
vigorous appetite.and corrpoudinglyitrstu.'th
ea the digestion. They tune the liver, clear
the head and steady the nerves.
Ho furm of scrofulous disease can reiat the
(Ueaaieotent operation of the Salve. Tumor,
Abscesses, Bait Rheum, Boils, Piuplee, Pas
tales, etc.. are thoroughly eradicated by this
unrivaled medicine. Ia fact, MaaotiL's hu
lous, DvsrsrTic and Diabbha Pills car
where all others fail. While ft Bursa, Scalds,
Chilblains, Cuts, and all abrasions af the ilcin.
Maggitl's Salve is infallible. Sold by J. Mr
giel, 43 Fulton street New York, and all Drug
gists, at li cents per box. f au27- ly
Harrier and Celibacy- An Essay of Warn
ing and Instruction for Young Men. Also, dis
eases and abuses which prostrate the vital pow
ers, with sure means of relief. Sent free of
charge in sealed letter envelope. Address, Dr.
J. SKIXLIM HOUGHTON, Howard AfA
tioa, Philadelpnia, Pa-, , , aulS-.'ia)
Oar Public Directory. Strangers visiting
the city in quest of any of the necessities or
luxuries of life, will find the names of all the
trat-claas bus in ess houses ia our city, together
with large amount of ether important iofer
saatioa ia en " Publio Directory" column on
the list pace of the Pi slio Lkdokb.
lotto. We eanMtly rosuett our ftiteJs
aot to pay saore than tve cents a copy for the
Pcslio Lsdokb. We sell to the newsboys at
tw eeata a espy, thus allowing then vr I
hundred per cent, profit on every iaier. j .
The Port of Memphis.
The river rose about ten inches since
our last report Business looked lively
at the landing this morning, twelve boats
were ia port and they were all doing
something. The weather was clear arid
pleasant, and the tnnd intolerable. !
The following are the arrivals anl de
partures sine our last : '
W. R. Arthur, St Louis.
Mississippi, New Orleans.
Harry Dean, Cincinnati.
Guidon, Arkansas river.
Centralia, White river,
Bart Abie, St Louie.
Belle St Lonis. St Louis.
Goldea Eagle, Cincinnati.
W. R. Arthur, New Orleans.
Belle Memphis, St Louis.
Mississippi, St Louis.
Lady, Haile's Point
Boat la Port.
Die Vernon, Guidon, Centralia, Bart
Able, Belle St Louis, Linnie Drown,
Mariner, Golden Eagle, Northwest, Pio
necr, Harry Dean.
Boat Leaving To-Day. . .
The fine steamer Bart Able is now at
our landing receiving for Vicksburg,
and leaves this evening at 5 o'clock
She has been thoroughly overhauled and
fixed up in gay style while laid up at St
Louis, and now presents the appearance
of new steamer. On the 12th of Sep
tember she will enter the Memphis and
New Orleans trade, leaving this port on
that day, and we bespeak for her lib
eral patronage. Her commander is
Capt. James Townsend, and Messrs.
Wm. Hopkins and Stanley Byland have
charge of her office- With such officers,
this floating palace of the West cannot
fail to be a favorite with travelers and
the mercantile community. 1
' Captain . Alex. Zrigler's magnificent
steamer, the Belle St Louis, is the reg
ular St Louis packet this evening, leav
ing at 5, o'clock, Mr. Wm. C. Blenker
has charge of her office.
The steamer Centralia in place of the
Commercial leaves for White river this
evening at five o'clock. Capt John B.
Davis commands, and Messrs. George O.
Blish and Clay Rice preside in the
offiee. , .
Arkansas river travelers are informed
that the neat steamer Guidon is the mail
packet for that stream this evening, Capt.
F. 8. tee commanding, and Jimtnie
Speed in the office. , ,ri
Miscellaneous, . ,
' Capt Isaac E. Whittaker, of the Mem
phis and Arkansas river packet Guidon,
was married at Pittsburg on the 21st, to
.tAj-Ll..' -frt.il UT TD'-.J : !
me aauguier ui apu ' in. naiu.
.Yesterday's St Louis Democrat says
the'Vivor ha fallen six inches since Sat
ur3ay,, There is a good stage of water
in the Illinois through- to Lasalla. While
the present water holds, mosfof the corn
along that .stream, will go northward.
Freight is abundant for St Louis, along
the lower part of the river. ' Matters are
not in condition yet for outside boats to
go in. The river is falling rapidly from
Keokuk down, with four feet'on the. lower
rapids. The Missouri is stationary, with
four and a half feet water to St Joseph,
Business .is bound to improve t the
sual time, and continues somewhat flat
just now. ' Weather-very pleasant, but
warming up again. -
Steamboat Pbintino. We respectfully
ask our steamboat friends to call and ex
amine the specimens of fine steamboat
printing daily executed at the Public
Ledger office. : Our prices will be found
to compare favorably with those of Cin
cinnati or St ' Louis, and to be greatly
below those asked by other city offices.
Bring?,your orders dirtetty ' lo us, and
save the commission charged by parties
who take in work they are not prepared
to exeiju'tp. ' ' ' t.
Monetary and Commercial
Th mony market hi dull and iiTgutar, and
there are no new features.
Exchange remains quiet and unaltered.
Money is daily growing tighter, and the rates
are given nominally at 12 per cent, but it is al
most Impartible so obtain accommodation on
any class of paper.
The inquiry for uncurrent Botes is very good,
but the offerings are very light.
City Scrip is quiet aad easy, at 7H buyio and
(Waelling. , .
TJieoultua market waa a shade fraier this
morning, but very littl bmlnesaas trans
acted.. W quote t
Ordinary 22(323 1 Middling
od Ordinary--W2 Hood Mid.llu Jb13
Low Middling -mn I Strict Middhng..a&A.H
ALE. per half barrel..- .... 10
hAtiUlNG, per yard,
Power loom... il
fiAQS, OUiiij Y
BROOMS, per down,- 1
BKAN3, per bushel.
II OTTER, per pound.
T.. U. A Palla A
50 12 IN
34 If 0 35
29 0 30
60 1 7 V
24 0 :
o &) o :T ,
0 0 2
OAKDLUd, per pound,
CAtS, ' '
(1 D, V 1
It B, lOoa..
Kley's E B, 100(1
. Kley' P B. t HH ,..
CHIKSK, per pound
nmrtL' L- V a A..mmm.
55 0 no
(4 0 HO
(c 1 tW
M 0 0
40 (. 4i
M kjl U0
Turkeys, per doteu-
COFFKK. per pound,
Kio. . 0
Java .... 0
CORN MEAL,. 4
" ! souda...nrz".'.r.!r. .t.tz-
RfKlS, per dous..--
It ay, per ton,..--21
ll ay, inferior, - -IS
' Cora, per bushel,-- 0
3 0 31
0 0 3
0 11 .
y 0 10
(440 00 '
9 1 50
t 0 00
Superfine Single Bltra
Fancy Brand.. -
t KUir. per barrel.
pried apples, .
Dried peaches, halve .. 0
Mackerel Ko. I perbM. 22
' ' ' ' No.l hf.bW. 11
" No.2 " 10
" No. .1 " ,
" Ne. 1. per kit 3
" No.2, " " i
" No. 3, " "-...2
Dry Cod, per pound ... 0
White Fish, per hf.bbl 0
CO 4 00
10 0 0 14
0 3 tW
0 2 76
u7St 0 UO
01 010 UO
- 4 2t
0 6 50
25 010 60
uuanet aegm-.. -
Nails, per koc, lud io40d t
" . " M . 8
" . " tid 8
. Cut epikee
Wrought boa spike. 41
Caslinr. hollowwaro. f lb 0
0 8 86
0 8 75
0 8 76
k V. 0. Wednesday Packet
DICK MASON. Master
DTUVki HAJtCOCg.- - Clerk
CAPT. TOM BERRY, I
El' H. BANKS, 1 Pilot.
'IU1E " F0UTI1ERNER " BEING OWNED
I aad tuxtroilrd exeluai vely by th above ofB
eera, and bought expreeely for the trade, ship
pers can rely upon aer remaining in the same
during the entire ssaeo.
Having been thoroughly overhauled and re
fitted, the Southerner can offer inducements to
Shipper and Passenger that cannot be r
paved hy any Il.iat on th river.
Will leave f .r Ne Orloana. WEDNESDAY.
September 5th, and every alteroat Wednes
All Waj Easiness Solicited.
auto-la) I. T. BOUKKB CO. At'ta.
l I i
13 U-O II TJ .'
u A ;..! i Tr.i'j....i
(From Dispensatory of "the United States.) .
Dlosma Creuataj O'&ucba Leaves.
PEOrEaTIES.-rThelr odor is strong, diffu
sive, sad somewhat aro initio, their toite bit
terish, and analogous to mint. -4 .. -1 '
;. . . ' I " I ' . .1-. y . .:y
MDICAt PK0PERTIE8 AKD USES.
Buchu leaves are gently stimulant, with a pecu
liar tendency to the Urinary Organs, producing
diuresis, aad like other similar medicines, ex
citing diapltereai, :whn circumstances favor '
this mod of action. ' . - . , .
They are girea in complaint of the fcrinnry
Organs, suoh as Gravel, Chronio Catarrh of the
Bladder, Morbid Irritation of the Bladder and
Urethra, Discs of the Prostrate and Eotention
br Iaeontlnuene of Urine, from a loss of tone
In the part concerns J in Its evacuation;' The
remedy has also been recommended in Dyspep
sia, Chronic Rheumatism, Cutaneous Affections,
and Dropsy. ' 1
HELMBQLD'3 EXTRACT BUCHU U used
by persons from the ages of 18 to 25, and from
35 to 65, or in the decline or change of lifet after
Confinement or Labor Pains; Bed-wetting in
IN AFFECTIONS PECULIAR TO FE
MALES, the Extract Buchu is unequnled by
any other remedy!, hi ro,Chl0ir.i5 Rftention,
Irregularity, Painfulness or Suppression of
Customary Evacuations, Ulcerated or Schirrous
Btata of the Uturui, teaWrbea br WVtai.
DISEASES OF THE BLADDER, KID
NEYS. GRAVEL, akd DROPSICAL SWEL-LINaS.v-Thls
meiUclO!iBeteaje,th power of
Digestion, and excites the Absorbents into
healthy action, by which the Watery or Calca
reous dcporftloss. and Ml JJnnatwa) Enlarge
ment are reduced, a woll as Pain and Inflam
mation. UitU'l Cl -SliT:V Wlf-l'JI
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU has
cured every case of Diabetes in which it has
been given. Irritation of the Neck of the Blad
der and Inflammation f the Kidneys, Ulcera
tion f th Kidneys and IMaddor, Retention of
Urine, Disease of the prostrate Gland, Stone
in tho Bladder, Calculus, Gravel, Brick-dust
Deposit, and Mucus or Milky Discharges, and
for Enfeebled 'and -DelieuU Constitutions, of
both Soxes, attended with the'foliowitut symp
tom: lndUpobitiou to Exertion, Loss of Power,
Loss of Memory. Difficulty or breathing, Weak
Nerves, Trembling, Horror of Disease, Wake
fulness Dimntsaof Vialenj Pain in the' Back,
Hot Hands, flushing of the Body, Dryness of
the Skin, Eruption oa th Face, Pallid Counte
nance, Universal Lassitude of the Muscular
System, etc' " '' '
HELMBOLD'S tXTRACT BUCHU" 13
DIURETIC i AND BLOOD-PURIFY ING.
and cures all Diseases arising from Habit of
Dissipation, Kxcesaes and Imprudencies in
Life, Impurities of the Boi, etc., superseding
Copaiba in affection for which it is used. such
as (jonorrhoea, Gleets, of long standing, and
Syphilitic Affections in these diseases used in
connection with Hclinbold's Rose Wash.
Soldai) 'i !''
, U KJM01-1J'H
Drng and Cbemioal Warehouse,
' ' 'lm BROAD WAt.
And by Dragcisi everywhere. , ,
ASK FOB IIEIjMnOIJVS,
" take Wo QTiirin. , ,
Ilewnre ! Counterfeits.
Use Red Diarrhea Remedy, '
Us Red Diarrhea Kemedy, . ., .
Use Red Diarrhea Remedy,
Uee Red Diatrhea Rcnw dy, .- '
. For Acute or Chronic Dinrrhea.
' - For Acute or Cbreirie Dinrrhea.
, I For Acute or 4'hronic'Diarrhea.
' For Acute or Chronic Diarrhea.
KEI DIARRHEA REM Kill
I the beet for Infants and Children.. .
Is the bent for Infants and Children,
Is the best if Infante and Children. '
Is the best fur Infants and Children.
4 (lives Immediate Relief.
' (lives lianiediato Koliet.
(lives Immediate Relief.
(ilvw Linmediate Relief.
VOMITINii A1VO CRAMPS
Cared with Red Diarrhea Remedy, ,
Cured with Red Diarrhea Kemedy,
Cured with Red Diarrhea Remedy,
Cured with Red Diarrhea Remedy,
Prepared in the South.
, , Prepared in the (South.
" '' ' ' Prepared in the South,
i i . . , Prepared in the South.
Who wishes to use the best and most perfect
Diarrhea Medicine new before the public,
every bottle ot which will cure a case, should
at once purchase the Red Diarrhea Remedy.
Svery Bottle give Satisfaction,
very bottle give Satisfaction.
Every Bottle gives Satisfaction.
, ,i It curua Diarrhea for One Dollar.
' It cures Diarrhea for due Dullar. .
It cures Diarrhea for One Dollar.
PALE AJSD .FEEBLEI
Patients who have used so many Diarrhea pre
parations without benefit, should send immedi
ately and tt a bottle of the Red Diarrhea Rem
edy. It ia exceedingly pleasant, contain no
powerful astringent, impart tone and strength
to the stomach and bowel, aud make radical
CHOLERA' IX NEW YORK.
Prepare for it In Memphis.'1 (
Prepare for it in Memphis. ,.,-,.,
Prepare for it in Memphis.
j n i tr: It commonoe with Diarrhea.
, It commences with Diarrhea,
i . It commence with Diarrhea.
Red Diarrhea Remedy will cure you.
Red Diarrhea Remedy will cure you.
ttd Diarrhea Remedy will eure you. .
FOR YOUR KII.EYS.
The moat perfect medicine,
Th moat perfect medicine,
1 he moot pertect meoicine, ,
The most perfect medicine,
. For the Kidneys and Bladder,
For the Kidneys and Bladder,
For the Kidneyaand Bladder,
For the Kjdnevs and Bladder,
Is Eit. Bearberry, Cnhebs and Buchu.
Is Ext. Bearberry, Cubebs and Uucbu. , ,
Is Ext Bearberry. Cubebs and Buchu.
I KxU Bearberry. Cubeba and Bucba. u
FOR OLD AKD YOUNG,
Who have been troubled with any disease re
quiring a certain and powerful Diuretic.-and
who have retorted to the various advertised
preparation in vain, we say emphatically that
our preparation i th cheapest and beet medi
cine now before the public. , ,
Large Bottles for One Dollar.
Large Bottles for One Dollar.
targe Bottles for Oue Dollar,
are Buttles for One Dollar. I - ' " '
.A remedy fur the Urinary Organs.
A remedy for the Urinary Organs.
A remedy for the Urinary Organs.
A remedy for the Urinary Organs.
Do not oenenr before you buy it,
First procure one bottle and try it.
If it i prepared in the South by a class of
Phrsioians, does that detract from its purity
and excellence? Do yoa prefer frigid adven
turer aad quack to torrid acquaintance and
tried physicians ? Aro not the people of the
South competent to prepare honet and reliable
medicines for tastily aa I
READS OF ALL. FAMILIES
Buy the "Great Southern Preparations."
Buy the M Great Southern Preparation
Buy the " Ureal Soul hern Preparation."
Buy the "Wrrat Southern Preparations."
They merit esteem and coalidenee.
They merit est win and confidence.
They merit esteem and confidence.
They merit esteum aad ooandencc.
CITIZENS OF MEMPHIS
Who" wish to give ear medicine a trial who
believe that Practicing Phy-n-ians can giv
them satisfaction, who are willing to patrocis
home institution who believe that komm
name sound as sweetly as any other and who
4o mo4 believe ia eundmninKrerythinii.made
here eeoU to your nearest liruggist, or to th
toliowiug House ft any of the " Great South
ern Preparations" that you may nerd. For
sale by J . P. D K 0 M GOO L K A CO.,
G. W. JONES A CO,
su2-Sm Memphis, Tenn.