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WALKER & TOZER,
(Suocessor to W. IT. Wilkrcon k Co .1
DRUOOINTN A CIIE2HI8T,
No. 120 Baal street, Memphis, Ttu.
lARTIfMTLAR ATTENTION PAID TO,
I compounding iir-criptions, Wekeopeon-.
lanllv un hand a lars stock of pur limits ud
Medicines. n?7 Hm
IOR TAX COLLECTOR ON PRIVILEGES
1; Ht tho ensuing June election. I aonouoqe
uivs.lf a candidate fur Tax Collector on Privi
u at llineulumg alection in Jiiae,
IJOR MAYOR IN RESPONSE TO THE
call of many voters, I announce uiytelt hi
a candidate lor Mayor, at the election in June,
wpi-te R, K. BEOKTEL.
1.VIR MAYOR W. C. BRYAN IS ACAN
, diil.wefor Mrr,al lue ensuing- election.
apVI.'d ' 1 ' ' - .
'IK) THK VOTERS OF MEMPHIS. I AM
J a candidate for the uffioa of Mayor, at the
ensuing Juue election.
WM D. FEROI'FOK-
City Warrant N 0728; dated April 0. lSflo, for
Kil'tnen dollars, payable to J. lauich. Also
City Warrant No. !W dated May 4, 1866. for
Fitiy-five dollars, payable to June Crow, were
stolen from me this morning. Any one trading
for them will lone nil money, a proper nolle
baa b 'en.i'iven tor nnn-nayuiont of the earn.
XTO'i'lOK.-TIlK PAIKONaUK OF THE
public in respectfully solicited by
M H, V. HOTTO,
' Who baa furnished a very neat establishment at
No. V Vlinaton Mtrect.
And when called upon will b very happy
serve them to irE CKKAM and the other lui-
uriae of the mason. mrt-lin
TX)R SALE EITHER ALL OR H VLJ. IN
r terost in one or the lar. t w holesa;
houses on Front etreet. For particulars, ad
Ar... I.nek Box m." my3l-lw
1 TOR S A LE.-12 ACRES OF LAN D UN TH R
V Hernando road, four miles south f the
,-itj i oneoftlieiucwtdeHirableloin thej-oun,
try. For particulars apply to E. WIl ITMORb,
at the PuHLir Liiivmaoflice.WMadisonstroet,
or to Alii" SAKR A I'. LAN IEU 4 CO . Irrin
1.1011 SALE. STORE, 8T0CK AND FIX
V tures, together or separate. No. 2u4'i Front
street. A ily iiutnediaiely at tho above num
ber. ' ? ' " ' ' ' mvJH-lw
TO COUNTRY PRINTERS.
Wa have a large stork of printing paner i27s
44) on hand, which we offer at the lowest mar
ket prircs. Olher sir.es will be furnished to or
mrl5-lm PuMi.ir Lhuhkr office,
VOR SALE.-TYPB METAL (BETTER
in yl Vim PiiBi.iri Lpnnrs ofliee.
We hare now in Store
1000 Barrels of Alabama Llinc,
Manufactured by. Random ir Co., ."'r""'"
eiiual to anything in I Ins uisrket lor brick, and
suocrior to every other liuie lor plastering ana
white cnatinic. which we can supply iu lots l
suit purcha-erant tlh. J -
m y7-lM Near M. C-.RJki'jii'L-
ORPALE.-AN AHAM PRESS. PLATTKN
V WxiS inches. withrlaw apparatuooinpllei
..will be sold low it pi.hod l or oo. It is i
icood running order, and may he en rtinumg
uny dav in our possossion.
A,'"'y '"UrMlHf-VonK BH'TH EUS.
r ANTED AN EXPERIENCED COOK
W cau hear of a aood siluati.m by immediate
application at the Depot of the Charleston Rail
wid. On. w,th child 10 or 12 years old pre-
Icrred. )fg-lWl F. H. 1 A2'R
Vor Ten Years.
, I have for lease SEVERAL LOTS ON MAD
1 1S0N STREET, aaat of railroad bnda-e, at from
$2 to 7 per foot front. ....
Aonly to TH0S. MoiIUGII,
Court street, east of Charleston i Depot,
jel-liti JOHN l. ARMOf'R.
Chancery Court of MemphU, Tenn.
Martha Shearwood, )
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.1 I... ,1
Li iru uuvsh "
IT appearing Trom affidavit in this caui that
the defendant, Leon Shearwoo. ia a non
resident of the htatef Tennotsee : It is there
fore ordered that he make his appearance here
in at the Courthouse in the city ot Memphis,
Tenoewte. within the first thro -days ot the next
term of aid Court, to commence on the second
Monday i.i November, 18ou, and plead, answer
or demur lo complainaut's bill, or the same will
be taken lor ooulessed. as to him, and suitor
hearing; -parle; and that eopy of this order
be published once a week, for tour enrcessire
weeks, in the Memphis Pi'aLir I.EDOKa.
A copy attest: A. ALMON.
Pnhert-on Miller. Sol, for fnm jel-lHw4t
UOR RENT. A STORE K AH N A FREI
1' BERG'S old stand, No. 171 Main St root
lnnoire on the Dreiniws. jet-lw
170R RENT A DESIRABLE SUBURBAN
residenee.wilb oulhouses, eisterns. orohard.
and abnnt 2H acre of land. Half a mil from
corporation fine. APPly tO))R Jr
Of Mnsby A Dnrion.
rny29-2w 304 Front street, up stairs.
T)R RENT-HOUSE FOR . RE JT AND
V Furniture tor sale at a bargain five min
utes' walk froui Court 6iuar. For partieu-
lnn.ino.lire st the nffii-e of this PSPT 11 y Iw
"IjEMOVAL Dr. A. WESSON.DEN-gl
J tisi, having roinoveit his ofhee to thelVTI
Irving Block, would return his thanks to his
friends and the public for their liberal pation
aire. hoping that bis earnest endeavors to giv
satisfaction Ui the past will gusrantr nim
large hare of practice in the future. . It is
prepared to pert-Tin all operations in his pro
lr"inn in the most skillful manner.
srl)r. W. has a new preparation for heauti
fvinr end clesning the teeth. my-nn
MISCE L LA jlEjOJJS
HII'OX, WUIt-IIT A f O-,
No. 3 Promenade Street.
Corner Jefferson St.,
ro th or
Tlour. Dacon. Pork, Corn. Oata. Hay,
Alan, lll Ccel, Plaatrr. t.
MPLE STOCKS OF THE ABOVE AR
A tides always on hand. Orders promptly at
Utded to. , . l"-1" -
Next Door to the Tlieutre,
la the AUcy. keep
The llet Drltik Clfn,
AND HAS OYSTER SOUP LUNCB EV
ery niht Utwe aad 11 dock.
DR. SAMUEL GILBEUT'S
r Tea ooa or all nisiiig or mi
SKIN AND BLOOD.
mil E WIDE-SPREAD REPUTATION OF
I Dr (Samuel Gilbert il a sultieient indorse
ment of the valuable properties of these un
equalled preparation!. , , . , 'if
DB. BAMUBIi GILBKHT'B
Acta directly upon th gland and muoftus mem
Lraues, cleansing tlie blood thorouiihly. and is
therefore admirably adapted tii the cure of
chronic maladies of the Skin, Kidneys, Lungs,
Livur, Gland. Alimentary Cnl ,and Mucou
Membrane. , , . i ;
' ' DK.. SAMUEL GILBERTS ' (
.' TETTER OWTMXXT! "
An icllent preparation for a41 disease of th
skin, such a Chronio Eruptions Huurworej.
Itob, Tcttar, Pimple. Bcald UcuU Mtik Crust,
..U, ,, " I
. DR. SAMUEL GILBERT'S . j
HEALING OINTMENT i
Poes esses peculiar tonie and astringent qualltie.
which caus il to be specially adapted t n th i eur
of various kinds of ULCERS, .specially, the
which are of an Indolent nature, and which are
usually denominated old ore '
These preparations hav ben in aonstant us
by Dr. 6aiouel Gilbert for over twcnty.tv
year with unvaried saoees. and are confidently
recommended as boiug much superior to auy
other preiarations for similar purpose.! j
, For aal by Drugtist every wnure. .1
. Wholesale-Drnigista. til Maiu siroet,
mnrS-Sin Memnhi-. Tenn.
Olllce. .No. 13 Madtaon Street.
LARGEST CITY i CIRCl'LATION.
Monday Evening, Jnne 4th, 1866
Local Notices, wlmn inserted atnonii
tlie eaJ'uiK matter, will he .diared
twenty cents per line for each ineertlon.
Pittbburo Con. Brown St Jones, ol
(ice 217 Second street Brunch office,
374 Main street R. C. Hite, apent. ' t
Titisbuko Coal. Bitfley, Malli tuh k
Co , office No. 62 Jefferson street, one
door east of Sfcond. j t
.;The Cdain FeytR. Ftsbiun isvety
tecf ntric, and her votnries must jobfy
her law. . We have observed for Borne
lime the gradual increase of the chain
fever among the ladies, the nizu of the
chain gradually increasing until sntue of
them are of the dimensions of a young
cable. They are not only worn artjund
the neck as an accompaniment ;to a
watch, but ia various ftither ways as an
ornament.. However,, our Indies have
not come up to the New Yorkers inj this
respect, for a recent letter from thiit city
says there is an eruption in the tlmm
line. From the crown of the hat to the
toe of the foot, they rattle and tinkle
and clank gold chains and silver clin,
and imitations which are neither. ; fSteet
chains suggestive of the implacable Miss
Murdstone ; jet chains suggestive of mit
igated mourning; gutta percha chains
suggestive of manacles. They are tung
led in front in the hair ; they are attached
to the bonnet in front in the manner of
strings; they Bwing from it behiad in
the fashionof a bridle ; they drop frob
the shoulders like the fringe of an epau
lette ; they are looped nd interlaced
across the breast, aud descend tinkling
down the back. . j
For Linen goods, call at Drake &
Co.'s. . ' '
The Tournament. Mr. D. A. Wil
liamson, Treasurer, has made a state
ment of the receipts of the Tournament
given iu this city on the 22d ulL, in which
he reports the i
Omss receipt.....-. . W
Kipeases as for vouchers 2,tX'.t ju
' NU proceeds .'....... $U 60
The Avalanche of yesterday says:
"The returns are not as full as was ex
pected; by the management as they were
not aware that' all 'of the visitors did
not pay, which was a fact, as from a
misunderstanding ne charge was: tnade
for ladies and children." We were as-
touished upon ' learning tlie amount of
the receipts, for we suposed they were
much larger, judging from the number
of persons on the ground; and then we
thought that everybody paid, In fact,
while standing near the entrance for
several minutes, our impression was that
everyone entering did pay; but we
must have been mistaken. Nett pro
ceeds f 1,000 GO j Why the In an who
had the bar and sold bud whiskey and
lemonade at twenty-five cents a drink,
must have made more clear profit than
th- ., ,, ... ;
Youmu Woman Kii.leu. We learn that
last evening, about eight o'clock, ajouag
woman, about seventeen years of age,
whose parents reside on South street,
was run over by an engine On the Mem
phis and Ohio Railroad, a short distance
from the place where the track crosses
the Raleigh road. It appears that she
was walking, with (two female compan
ions, and when they saw the train com
ing, they held her on the track for fun,
loosing their bold just in time to get out
of the way. But the young lady was too
mocb frightened to move, and fell, the
wheels passing over a portion of her
body, and causing her death in about
three hours. She was sensible tor iome
time after the occurrence, and removed
a ring from ber finger, requeatinp it
might be given to her betrothed. Tbis is
a very aad affair, and has cast a (.loom
ever the families of all concerned in the
Dow Tbkt Ga Our prices have been
reduced n all other olasses of printing
in like ratio. t
A Good Fasbiow. Oueof the tasbions
introduced among all classes of society,'
within the past few years, is that of hav
ing vPhotograph Album, wherein is
plated the pictures of friends and rela
tives. But it is amusing to observe some
pictures that are turned out as likenesses,
the sitters looking as if they were almost
scared to death. The way to obviate this
is always to have pictures taken by good
artists who have every facility for .doing
well, and they ean be found at Bingham
Bros., , Magnolia, Gallery, corner of
Adams and Main streets. This gallery
has been refitted in a magnificent style,
and the ladies should call and be de-
Hut.-.ii , I
Dedication. The new Union Con
gregational Church was dedicated yes
terday, with appropriate services, by the
Pastor, Rev. Mr. Bliss, who delivered an
interesting discourse on " The Influence
of the Gospel." The church is situated
oUjUpiqt) street, between ( Third and
Fourth, and contains seventy-two pews,
which' will accommodate five' persons
each. Jt is a neat structure, built more
with a view to utility than ornamenta
tion ; the wood-work is painted in imita
tion of black walnut, and the different
aisles are carpeted. The building is sixty-three
feet long and thirty-eight wide,
aud cost about six thousand dollars; the
JoJ cost eleven thousand.dollars.
White all linen full bosom shirts, just
rWetved by Drake Jc C6., No. 277 Main
. r ' hi' i 11
Satb Yotra Monet. You can save a
large share of your money by having
your job printing executed at the Pdbmc
Ledoer office. We make a specialty of
this part jf our business, and, having
J'e, mot a,iup'l(e .establishment in the
Southwest, our facilities for doing the
best of wuik at lowest rates are unsur
1 passed by any house in this section. We
employ the best of workmen, have all
the latest and newest styles of type, and
presses, and give entire satisfaction to
all pur patrons, Bring in your favors to
13 Madison street. , t
Compi.imestauv and Kind. From cor
ropondence between Mr. II. T. Tomlin
snn,TtiSuriiiice Agent,, and KJ. O NeilT,
Chief of the Fire Department, we leurn
that tho former gentleman has issued to
each fireman a policy of insurance in the
Travelers' Insurance Company, for oue
thousand dollars, jniuring tbeui against
accident of every description for one
year. We are glad to see thin apprecia
tion of the merits of our firemen, for
they tore a gallant band, well deserving
uny jtmtise or mark. of approlmtion they
muy receive from auvouree.
CuuRDiJusTits.-"-Tberi was a large
use.uiiJaHe of the colored population at
the Recorder's Court this morning wait
ing for justice. We learn that in com
pliance with the recent order of General
Fi!.k,"lhe Buiead attachment of the Re.
ci(ler' Court, was, dwaojved on Satur
day, i. Recorder Cruighton, some time
since, a ordered to stiip trying freed
ineiii Mid, until he receives orders to
tbu contrary from the Mayor or Bureau,
the darkies will remain in jail.
I n l i
Pbeachino. Dr. Ford will preach at
tb Pqurt u(ren Tabernacle i to-night, at
the usual hour.
Accident. A peculiar accident oc
curred to a young man named Curtis, on
Saturday evening. At an ice home oiv
Promenade street, a mule is used lowiri
the tackle which raises the ice up from
the street As Mr. Curtis was stepping
over the hooks, the mule started, caasing
tbe hooks to raise him up several feel be
fore the mule i could be, stopped und he
uuhooked from his precarious position.
He was injured pretty badly, and it will
be fully a week before he will be able to
be out. .
x Constipation of the Bowels. When
this is merely accidental or occasional, a
dose of Boback's Sugar Coated Blood
Pills is the only treatment necessary ;
but when it has become habitual, it calls
for further attention. Want of exercise
is generally the chief cause, especially
among the higher classes of society, in
which case the use of the Blood Pills
should be followed to keep the bowels
Embezzlement. A man named Dau'l
Tinsdalo was arrested on Saturday by
means of a requisition from the Governor
of Michigan, for swindling certain par
ties in' Dumont,' Mich., which place he
left with a lot of produce and made no
returns to tbe owners. He leaves for
home this evening iu churge of a protec
tor, i .
,The Cor From a gentleman who
has had an opportunity of judging, we
learn that the crop prospects are not as
bad as has been represented. Corn give
good promise; of wheal, there will
probably be about one-half a crop; cot
ton looks better and hopes .are enter
tained that it will come out all right
Boys' clothing, at Drake - Co.'s. t
' Bui-Hi-. From an editorial, which ap
peared in the New York Times, Oct 3d,
we learn that at the Cape of Good Hope
the Hottentots have long used Buchu
for a variety1 of diseases ; ' it was bor
rowed from those rude practitioners by
tlie English, and Dutch physicians, on
whose recommendation it was employed
in Europe, and has now come into geqe-tul-uae.
It ia given vhiedy in (ravel,
chronio catarrh of the bladder, morbid
irritation of th bladder and urethea, for
female weakness and debility, fur pro
lapsus and bearing down, or prolapsus
uteri, diseases of the prostrate gland, re
tention or iqcostineace of urine, and all
diseases requiring the aid of a diuretic
arising from a hiss of tone in the part
concerned ia it evacuation. It is 'also
recommended ia casoa of dyspepsia,
chronic rheumutiaia, cutaneous affections
and dmpty. To cure the diseases we
must bring into action the muscles which
are cntfageJ In tbeir various functions.
To neglect them, however slight may be
the attack, it is sure to affect the bodily
health and menial power. Our r
aad blood are supported from tbee
sources. Persons at every period of life,
from infancy to old age, and in every
state of health, are liable to be subjects
of these diseases. The causes in many
instances are unknown. Tbe patient
has, however, an admirable remedy in
"Helmbold' Fluid Extract of Bucbti,"
and when taken in early stages of the
disease none suffer to any extent. It
allays pain and inflammation, Is free
from all injurious properties, plaasit in
its taste and odor, and immediate in its
action. It is the anchor of hope to the
physician, and was always so esteemed by
the late eminent Dr. Physic. The proprie
tor, with upwards of thirty thousand unso
licited certificates and hundreds of thous
ands of living witnesses of its curative
properties, accumulated within fifteen
years, has not been in the habit of resort
ing to their publication; be does not do
this from the fact that bis remedies rank
as standard they do not need to be
propped vp by certificates. The science
of medicine, like the Doric column,
should stand simple, pure and majestic,
having fact for its basis, induction for
Its pillar, and truth alone for it capital.
Hi Solid and Fluid Extracts embody
the full strength of tbe ingredients of
which they are named. They are left to
tbe inspection of all. A ready and con
clusive test of their properties will be a
comparison with those set forth in the
United States Dispensatory. These
remedies are prepared by H. T. Helm
bold, druggist of sixteeu years' expe
rience, aud we believe' them to be relia
ble, in fact we have never known an
article lucking merit to meet with a per
manent success, and Mr. Helmbold' s
success is certainly prima facia evidence.
His drug and chemical warehouse, in
tbe cily of New York, is not excelled, if
equaled, by any in this country, and we
would advise oar readers when visiting
that city to give him a call and judge for
Postponed. The Rtifpberry Festival
of the First Presbyterian Church, which
was to have been held this evening in
the Court street Tabernacle, Iihs been
poll poned uiitil Monday next, the 11th,
when we promise our readers such a
treat as will fully make amends for wait
ing uutil that lime. Tickets sold for to
night will hold good lor next week.
National refinement is indicated, lo
no small extent, by a delicate apprecia
tion of the comparative merits of per
fumes; and it is a proof of the critical
taste of the American public in toilet
luxuries, that lliey Imve adopted as a
standard article of its class Plialon's
" Nigbt-Ulooniing Cereus." Xeielim
Black AlpBca coals, at 277 Main
street. 1 . t
FkMAN War There was considerable
excitement among the Memphis Fenians
yesterday, consequent upon the news
from the seat of war. They were all con
fident and hud unbounded faith in Gen.
Sweeney and the future. Another de
tachment of the fighting members of the
Circle will leave in a few days.
Free Li nch. To-morrow morning the
Cabinet Saloou, north-east corner of
Froutaud Adams streets, will be opened
wilh a free lunch. Thin place has been
elegantly fitted up and stocked with a
cellcction ot wines, liquors, etc. Drop
in to-morrow morning.
The Place. Parties iu quest of any
kind of furniture should call and examine
the extensive slock of Messrs. Ames,
Woodbury Jones, No. 392 Main treet
Tbey have'a very large stock, aud sell at
prices that would astonish some people.
The Corner. At tbe corner of Main
aud Monroe streets may be found the
Good Idea, a place where there is good
singing, music and dancing every even
ing, and attentive lady waiters. Cull and
be amused. Admission free.
Down Tuet Go. The best of Business
Cards printed for fGtofG 50 per thousand
at tbe Ppblic Ledoeb office. t
Policeman Stabbed A policeman,
named Carroll, was cut in tbe throat
about eight o'clock Inst night, while ar
resting a man. The wound bled pro
fusely, but is slight. The prisoner has
been committed for trial at the Criminal
The Yeast Powders manufactured by
Mr. Murphy, on Jefferson atreet, have
brn pronounced superb by every one
using them. Soli in caus or by the
pound. Try it, and patroniie a Mem
Extra sized linen pants kept by
Drake & Co., No. 277 Main street.
Suootino Dan Evans, C. Goldberg
and M. Maloney were up before the Re
corder this morning for shooting iu the
corporation, and paid the usual line six
dollars per shot Quite an advance o
Street Railroad. The curs of thi
Derambulatini: novelty i were crowded
yesterday front early noon to dewy eve
with passenger, many being young folks
who had raised five cents for the occa
sion. White silk vests; also, fancy Mar
seilles vest, at Drake Co a t
Recorder' Docket. The Recorder's
levee was numerously attended this
m iming Fourteen individual were
fined, three discharged, and several
cases laid over.
Working Scnday. A couple of
kl.oemakers were arrested yesterday for
working oa the Sabbath, i They were
discharged, there being ne city ordinance
forbidding such a thing.
, Fire About Ue o'clock yesterday '
morning a chimney burned out un I
Market street Tbe alarm was sounded,
and all our engines were promptly on
Reduction. That famoas institution,
known as the Crystal Palace Saloon, sit
uated in tbe alley opposite Odd Fellow'
Hall, has ruduccd tbe price of drinks to
fifteen cent. Call at th Palace. j4-3t
Acquitted. James K. Polk, on trial
for murder, was acquitted In the Circuit
Legal. The Chancery Court resumed
Its session thi morning'. ' ,
Down Thf.t Go. Bill Heads ebgantly
printed for fifteen dollars a ream at the
Public Ledoer office. T
BoaRDi $7 per week, at. tht Cosmo
politnn restaurant, No. 33 Monroe street
m291m B. Hollander k Co.
Foukd A buuch of Keys. The owner
can have tbem by applying at this office.
Dr. Nicholson, Homeopathist, comer
of Second and Adam streets. my291w
Seersucker suits, at Drake k bo.'a t
t . Special Notices.
Special Votices will be inserted in this col
umn for ten cent per line for each insertion.
Helmbald' Extract Bochn aad improved
Roa Wash cures secret and delicate disorders,
in all their Uet, at little expense, little or no
chant lo diet, no Inconvenience, aud no expo
sure. It is pleasant lo last and odor, immedi
ate in it action, and free from all injarkmi
Circulation. A moroius pper lcepi th
following lines, in lanre leiters. at the head of
its editorial columns : " Lurscst circulation of
any paper in West Tenne'sco. Largest eilr cir
culation." The city circulation of the Public
Lino i: i is gre iter than thut of snynthor paper
published in Memphis, a Ant which th editor
of the paper alluded to is i.crfoctlr Wfwe of.
For non-retention or incontinence o( ai inc,
irrltati,., inlammntioii or uloeruti jn of the
bladder, or kidneys, diseases of the prosta'
glands, l"ue in the bladder, calculus, gravo) or
brtck-durt di-po&it, and all JisiMfCjorthe Mad
der, kidneys and dropsical stvellinirs, nt
Hi'lmbold's Fluid Kltraet Uuchii. Ju4-lm
Oayoso Savings Institution, No. 19 Ms.l
Uon street, tians.ct a iti ucral Kschanite aud
Iluiikin biniw-fs: will rf.-clve' deposit, boy
aud sell fi.i.'iiiii an.l domestic us:haniM, -'!. I,
silver und uiu-irnmt ui.'iiiy.
JoIIN C. LANlrR, Pias't.
. M. AVKRY, Cashier. t , , ,
Helmbold's Concontr.tu.i KAirjut Biuhii
i the great diureiir. lleliul...l.l,sl'ou.,enlia:c.l
L'xtiact Nirioipurilla i tlirnrt ll. oil purifier.
Both are pri pared ii.-cordiiu l rulos of phar
macy and eheuii-lry. aud io lliu in active
llmtcan In made. ji41iu
Our Publio Directory - i B r" 'M:i
liirrity in ipiest of am- of U: .( . or
lujurius.'l lile. will "1 th' nn.ii;-. ol U ihe
lirt-clss hmine "S h -usi s il ' ' il)'. i"ther
wilh a lorrcmu'.unt ol' other no, i.ilm.l infor
mation in our " Public Iire-i.o '" u n . m
the first pw "I th.' I'Uiu.K- 1.
ilcmbold's Extract imcUa -i ii.alili and
iirr to Iho fiauie aud blnu iho pallid
ihi'i k. 1'obility is ac-i'inp in c I by puny
iibiriuing symptoms, aud if i otiOKiim lit is ub
iniited In, consumption, iusa m ol .'i il.-i'in' fill
iM.Mie. ' M-l
Murriago and Celibacy, an K.-ai , i .t am
ing aad iustiiuliou lor Tonus Men; Also,
Disease and Abuse which prostrate ilin vital
powers, wilh sine uifyu of reliof. r'ent Ire of
charge iu scal.il letter envelopes. .Ad.lrcvs. Dr.
J. SKILI.IN llull'lll I lN, Howard Associa
u.n, Philadelphia, fa. s apl'J-Sm
A R ady and conclusive lest of the proper
ti.sot Ik'lmbo'd' Fluid Fxtraut Buchu will
bo a comparison, with those, set forlh ia the
I'niled States Dispensatory." jo4-lm
llotioo. Wo earnestly luciucsl our fiiotids
not to pv inoro than five cents a copy for the
I ii.i.k- I.Kpura. We sell to Ibencwrlioysat
two cents a copy, thus allowmif tlifin iter a
hundred i.e.- cent. pruCt on fiery paper.
Heluibold,s Fluid Exi.act Bacba is pleas
ant in taste i.d od'ir, free fi m all injurious
properties, and immeial in il action. J4-lm
Enfeebled aud delicatci.nsti,ution.ofboth
sexes, use Uclmbold-' Extract Buchu. It will
give brisk aud energetic feelinv and enable
you to lecp wilh jet-lm
Talto no more unpleasant and unsafe reme
dies for unpleasant and dangeruu disease.
Use Ilelmbold Extract llueha and Iiaprovcd
Uos Wh. i
Th Glory of Kan is Strenfth Therefor,
tbe nervous and debilitated should immediately
use Helmbold's Extract Luchu. j4-lm
M aahod aad youthful vigor an ragai iwd by
Ilelmbold' Extract Buchu. je4-lm
IhsttereJ Constitution restored by Helm
bold's Extract Buchu. jo4-lm
The Port of Memphis.
The rivet at this point is still de
cliuit slowly at the rate of about six
inches in twenty-four hours. The weather
this morning wa warm and cloudy, and
The billowing are the arrivals and de
partures since our last.
W. R. Arthur, New Orleans.
Ben Accord, New Orleans.
Liberty No. 2, Louisville.
Mollie Able, St Louis. .
V. H. Osborn, St Loui.
Platte Valley, St Louis.
Lady, Cairo. ;
Northwest, St Franci river,
Atlantic, New Orleans, S
Magenta, New Orleans. .
City of Cairo, St Louis. ' ,
. Ik-s Arc. Vicksbure.
Messenger, New Orleans.
W. R. Arthur, St Louis.
Marble City, St Louis.
' Linnie Drown, Pine Blu,?.
St Patrick, VioksUurg.
Guidon. Arkansas river.
Mollie Able, New Orleans.
V. II. Osborn, New Orleans
Liberty No. 2, Louisville.
Anna, Cincinnati. , i
' Albert Pearce, While river.
Platte Valley, Vickjuurg.
Atlanta, St Louis.
Magenta, St Loui
BoaU Iq cars.
City of Cairo, Commercial, Centralia
l?c Arc. Northwest, Lady, Flora.
BoaU Leaving To-Day.
The St Louis packet this eveii., ia
the fur-fumed steamer City nf Caiso, the
piiJe of the St. Louis Packet Coippany.
Tie Cairo Is one of the best bcl
a(loat, and is commandfd Ly ft set of
officer that have no superiors on tbe
river, at the head of w henr stands the
gaiiant Captaiu Bob K. Reilly. Tickets
and staterooms can be engaged at tbe
Union ticket office, No. 5 Jefferson
t I I - Mr : i
street ' .
BoaU lariiif To-Morrow.
Tbe Commercial, commanded by Capt
Wax. Ashfurd, leave for Napoleen and
way points to-morrow evening.
Capt. Berry's packet, the' Dps Arc,
sails for Vicksbnrg to-morrow evening.
The accommodating Mr. Finney will be
found at the desk.
St Francis river traveler are in
formed that the petite Northwest leaves
to-morrow evening. ' i
The Ohio is represented as getting low
enough to be troublesome to side-
wheelers. Several boats have stuck
lately. , ,
The St Francis is falling, with six
feet at the shoalcst places. .
At St. Louis, on Saturday morning, a
fire broke out on the Bostona, and com
municated to the JamrB Raymond and
Ida Ilandy, all, three bouts being de
stroy ad. The tow-boat Market Boy was
blown to piece during tho storm on Fri
day night at Council Bend. Ller cabin
went into tbe woods, and her bulk parted
and sank. . She wa owned by parties at
Helena. , ,
The City of Cairo arrived last night
with a big freight and several passengers.
At Cairo the river is reported station
ary and business fair' , ;
From St Loui.t we learn tint the river
continues to receJe steadily, but we may
soon look for another rise, as the Mia
souri is rising rapidly at St. Joseph.
The Upper Mi.-sissippi is falling steadily,
at the rate of about three inches in
twenty-four hours. On the lower rapids
there is but three and a half feet and fall
ing. The Illinois ia getting low.
; The Prairie State, sunk lust ' week in
the Arkansas river, is bping raised.
Stiajiboat Pbistixo'. We respectfully
ask our steamboat friends to call and ex
amine the specimens of tine steamboat
printing daily executed lit tbe PcBl-lC
Ledger office. Oor prices will be found
to compare favornbly wilh those of Cin-
citmnti or St. Louis, and to be gn-atlj
below those asked ly oilier city oRici'.
Bring yonr orders directly to ns, and
save lh; puiniiiission charged by parlies
wh tnke in work ib.-y am not prepared
to execute. T
Monetary and Commercial
' rxehriT..-. I-b.ivii c at I ir, and Se'tingat ',
otcioitim. Vim bills arc froelp taken al the
fulh.winii in, .ui, "in-: Thirty day dills, l!af"
neul. discount ; filteeu day bills, per cent
dii'iiont: lit day bills, 'a percent, di-cunt.
Ilold i i yi nit ileum. I.
T;. IUai lr rol l !-.l;iy at "I'e. Silver
2Dc bus i.i", Sou " li.ii". ,. .. i i
Intercut hrariug Utiles imptove as the inter
est accrurs. Dale-1 of June, Command
110; ef July, lSftl. lffli'S; of Anenst. 161,
109; of October. 14. iJ7! J , of December.
108 ; of May, 1865, 4Jc prem,
t'ily rViipainl Couihhi.-, o I" .5c.
Mississippi Cotton Money. 9le.
There is a continued good ilemarnl for Uoioo
Bank not ' it iu liiiyinc. aad 76 wiling !
Plantnrs Bank Doles are bought at ft) and
told at -'
llauk of Tenn. s .i notes are dull and hrary.
with no diinind. tbu,'h it is now conceded that
II l it. - espw'tivc of siirnMnre. will be ac
knoirlc kcl in liquidating prior to M'. IKd.
There was nme business done in d.ttoa this
morning-, the demand beinf more lively. W
tirdiua'v -"'' -T I Middling K333
iiood ii..iii:......,;H'J" Strict M .d'lline-l li?
Luiv Middliui ftf- .1 1 Hood Middiinn-54
BAdGINll, per jarJ,
Power loom -,
9 :i si 0 SI
0 :i a
2 50 ( M
1 75 1 00
BUTTER, per pound.
- 0 20 9 t 25
0 30 V I 00
CAUDLES, per pound.
Star - r -CHEESE.
pr pound , I
English Dairy .
COFFEE, per pound.
. 0 19 9 0 24
, 0 21
, 0 zt
T 00 ', 50
. 0 2T
. 0 ib
. 0 40
. 4 21
, o in
W t 33
0 i 75
W 0 IS
J ava .
EDOS, par doten....
Hay, per Ion..
21 00 22 09
,...,..H (IU WM 00
21 Ofl 13 00
Com, par hashel,.-.. 0 e7y2s 0 95
Oata a-...4 0 5iVi( 0 57 X
MckerelN.i perbbL 2100 J2E 00
No. I iw isi mi) uu
' " No. 1 hr. bW 11 isj
. No.2 " . 9 on
' " " Ne. 1. per kit S tm
" No. 2, " " - 2 75
Dry Cod, per pound.... 0 g
W hite ih. per hf. bU.. 8 50
FLOCK, Pr barrel,
Suliertjno-....... ." 7 w
Siuirle Extra. 9 W
(ail 2 00
to 10 00
0 9 00
a 7 75
Ml U INI
Treble Kllri-... ....
FRUIT. irarrit. , .
A ppl. rei,
...m (s) an ii
....12 im wi:t i si
.U U0 tolti oo
, 7 TO
K 0 1ft
IS) 0 1
oi o on
..- 0 15
Iiried peaches, halve-....
tiiioiiies. second hand.....
. U 13
. II is
m i ai
Burlaps, second hand.. . 0 15 W 0 18
.. e13 50
NaiU, nor keg.-.
. 8 25 9 25
, 0 00 a 8 60
W,ubl boat snike. -.12 50 M15 00
Oastiiurs, holkowwar,tl li a 0 V2
liar irou--. -r 7 m
Horse-shoe iroa 0 03 a 0 12
Nail rod 0 lrt a 0
Cast steel, iKncliah 0 .10 A 0 35
Blister steel, bnglisa.
German steel ..-
, 0 .10
. so a
, 28 M 0 35
LARD, per pound.
, 0 011
. 0 23
a 0 22
a 2 7
J 0 ou
a l oo
a 1 7
a 0 85
MUliAtoltS, per sal Ion,
Barrel and half bbl
Uoldew eyrup.. -v-.-.
01X6, r gallon, I I . f
, 0 60
an a 1 70
,196 a l mi
, 25 a n ;i
a 1 25
Port, men, per bbl...
Clear side, per lb
r-hbiuVsan " --
braasiast, par lb.
a o in
a 0 23
a o a
0 2i a u ii
RICK, per pound.
I a bairuis . n
81'GAK. per pound.
uihl aad powdered
, 0 16
a 0 18J4
a o is
0 WHa o IK
SALT, per barr.1.....
SOAP, per pound.
3 25 a 3 75
, 0 14 a 0 15
. o il a o UH
, 9 1 a o n
, n a o 14
3 75 a 4 00
fx 'HA. per pound..
, 0 5
, 0 30
a 0 75
a o si
a 1 3
liicrer ... ...
1 t 1 V9r
TA, per ponmi. .
Blaek . f
-. 1 111
. 1 7S a 2
.iu a i so
Fin, t an V a-.new work I 40
FiDtVa. and aauirai leaf- 1 15
til brifht. do 1 1st
Medsui Wichl, taan4 0 ci
a i 4o
a 1 is
a i oa
Common do do- .. . w
Oans. out of order II2U wttl
o w) a 70
Navv. M ft..
TAR, per 1 do kegs .. ..
VEOE1ABLE3, ... '
Potatoes, nets, bbl....
Cabba , ptr 100.-.
Onions, new, per bbl...
0 20 M 1 40
so a 7 oo
..-I 7 00 f 7 60
.00 00 fe22 DO
o oo a e no
v iii r.n a a. or Dn-i...
WHIKKV, par gallon, ,
12 60 15 00
. 2 25 A 2 5)
-.3 25 A 3 50
, 8 00 a
17 ;2 AR-COATED,
.'i c (rom Mercnrj
'3 -UJ. 31INER1L POISON,
1 l . are, undoubtedly, the
fi lx-t remedy extant J
i i t r
t .v. i i ' , ( ' . r
Vis FOB yjCi
1 .i i i.
U'K' AD XERVOUS HEADACHE !
thereby removing th etrasM. Asa
they can hare no rival, being com
posed of the most
Powerful Vegetable Extraof
SPLEEN AND LIVES,
"If I vi wnicn can oa
seen alter on or two dose. They
Remove the Bile,
la met, they are, as their name
"The Life-GiTing Principle."
They search out disease and
strike at il very root, leaving th
aystem in Ihe fill I vifror of health;
ar PERFECTLY HARMLESS TO
INFANTS, OR PEIWONU OF THE
MOST DKLICATE CONSTITU
TIONS, and are a
SAFEH, SORER AWD BETTER
than his ever before been available
to mankind, and, being thickly HU-QAR-COATED,
are especially adapt,
d a a REMEDY FORCU 1 1.DkEN.
and nersou who hsvo a dread of
wallowing a pill. They are, on.
questionably, one of onr most
aausiacwry ua l UAKTlca,
nouia be wild
PRINCE, WALTON & CO.,
(8uceors to Dr. O. W. Robaek,)
Noa. 68, 68, 60 & 62 East Third St,
Are Sold by all Druggists and
Dealer in Patent Medioines
Ten Cents a. AVeelc.
Ta Public Leooeb
Thi Puiiliu Lapoi a , ,
fni Pusi.tn I.Ki.ora
Tu Puslic Linoia
Th Pisi.ic Ledofb
Thi Posi.ro Lsdiiir
Thi Public Leduer
Ten Cents a. Weok.
Is delivered to all
' ' ' Is di'livercd to ll
Is dolivcn d to all
Is di'livt-rcd lo all
Is delivered to all
Is delivered lo all
Is delivered to all
Ten Cents a. "Weelf.
Partis of the City 1
Part of th City
Part of the City
Part of th City
Part ol the City
Parts f th City .
Part of the City
Ten Centn n "Weelt.
Ily Faithful Torripr
liy Pailhlul Carriers
l.y Fiiiilil'ul Curriers
Py Kaiihlnl Carriers
By K in hfnl Curriers
Iiy l aiiblul Carrier
Ten Cents a. Wct'li
For Ten Cents a rtTeek
For Ten fonts a Wk
For Ten Cents a Wcelt '
For Tea Cents a Week
'en Cents a Week
or Ton Cent a Weok
:'or Ten Cents a Week
Ten Cents iv Woelt.
Payable t4 h Carrier
-' Payable to ihe Carrier
)'vblo tit Hi Cirricr
Parable to tiieCsliiers
i'ayabl to th ( suirs
'ayable to tneCarnrrs
Payable to th Carrier
Ten Cents a. Week.
Atth End of Each Week
At th Kud of Lack Week
At the fcu'i of tach Week
At tbe Fid of i-h Week
At th Kodef Lack Week
At the Kd I of Each Week
A', tbe n4 el fcaeh Week
Ten Cents a ,"'eelr.
IF TOU DO NOT ALREADY RECEIVE
.th panar. tear yturorder! our Counuac
Room, and it will befsiihfully serred tn r in
futaro. Wlrrsdy kv LARufcR CUT
ClRCUtATtoN than ny of our mnmmv c
tetnpnrahe. bat wo inlai d tn tnrreae 1t until
th Pcatic irm. ra aay be found ia overy rei-di-n-
an" buiue h.u c in Meonphi. and in a
mas il Tlifc . Jiuia loroar bainea ssen and
rurhi.ats to oiake known to ihe public wba
tbey may wish to drvw- of.
13 Maiiaoa stnet.
A V a they do, by virtbe oly
V . vl - "r"i ammty xor ID
mucou membraa of the bowels. .
X VV should bwith- Act
VN, out them. 'Vy