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WALKER & TOZER,
(Buooeuors to W. N. Wllkereon k Co..) 1KI CtilNTN afc CIIKMIOTS, Re. 130 Baal atreet, Kampala, Tain. 1)AKTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO I eewpoundinf prescriptions. Wekeepoon etantly on bind a large stuck of para Drum lyid Me'HHnes. at27-!bn CANDIDATES. 1.MJR TAX COLLECTOR ON PRIVILEGES A at tbe niuiiic J una election. I announce mverlf a caudidute fivr Tax Culleotur on Privi leges at the ensuing olootinn in June. SOLOMAN BAE R. 1IH MAVOK-1N BEKP0N68 TO TUK r oall of many votera, I announce myself aa a candidate lor Mayor, atthe election in June, apil-ta R. K. BKCKTEL. INlR MAYOH.-W. C. BRYAN ISACAN diilate fur Mayor, at I bo ensuing election. np.S-fed '1X1 THE VOXKKH OF MEMPHIS. I AM 1 a oandidate fur the offloe of Mayor, at Ilia ensuing June election. td WM D. FERtH'FON. row SALE. I MB 8ALE.-30 OR 35 ACRES OF GOOD . rich, timbered land, lyiiit within 2U0 yarde ' lloru Lake depot; tbe timber rood; two building ite 12 miles from Memphis. A bar gain ran be had if application is made toon. Apply to the undersigned at llora Lake depot. Miss. A Tenn. R. R. . Jel2-lw - 8. J. LESTER. ?OR SALE. 12 ACRKSOK LAND ON THE L Hernando road, four wiles tooth f the rily ; one of the iiiohI desirable lers in the coun try. For pariiciiliir. apply to E. WHITMORK, at the Puhi.ir Lmmik. office, 13 Madisoo street, or to AIONSARRAT. LANIER 4 CO. Irving Hln.-k, t IR SALE. TO COUNTRY FRINTEEB. We hitvea UraeaUink of printing paper (27x 44) on hand, whi.-.h wa otter at the lowest mar ket pruta, Other sitea will ba furnished to or der. Addretl rsvn trders to WHITMORE BROS.. inyl.Vlm Public I.kdokk onVe. 1 vn an viM Hi AM PRESS PT.ATTKN 4 19x inches, withtsteani apparatuaoomplete; 111 k uilil lnw if aiiHlied for toon. It in in good running order, and may he eoen running any day in our possession. Apply to, or address. wurrtlORK BROTH ER8, 1XH tALK. TYPE METAL (BETTKR r than baubet) for sale low, by WHITMORE BROS., mvlV-lm Prai.tr l.T.nnm office. WANTS. lirANTED- A. GENTS To esnvass for tha official Southern history of the war, THE LOST CAUSE, By E. A. Pollard, of Virginia. Complete in one large royal oo'avo volume with 24 fine nteol portrait. aw To enerretie men and women a rare nhaanca ia offered to make njoue Addrtaa je4-(Sm Publisher, Memphis. Tern. BOARDING AND LODGING- YOU CAN get board at No. 44 Hoond street. Oentle inanand wife, W pe: month all in advance. Take due notice thereof, and govern yourselTe accordingly. p. A. Vrf)TNNT9 FOR LEASE. JOR LEASE. Kor Tun Yearn. Inure for I'ase SEVERAL LOTSON MAD ISON STREET, east of railroad bridge, at troin $2 to $7 per foot front, Apply to T1IOS. MrilUGH, Court street, east of Charleston Depot. jel-lm JOHN V. ARMOUR. IJViK LEASE OR SALE-A LARUE VA V cunt Lot on corner of Tennessee, anee and Clinton str- eta. South Memphis, admirably locatfed lor a ci.tton abed or storage warehouse. AitPly to . . n muon i I Over No, StH Front atrot. LOST. 1 OST-ON MONDAY EVENING. JUNE 1 J Uth, while going from the St. Agnee Acad emy, on Vance street, to my house on corner of Poplar and Dunlap streets, a small Bundle with a gum-elastic band around it, containing three small ii.eiunranilum books and sundries. The tinder will be liberally rewarded upon leaving it at Ulelock 4 Co.'s, No. 315 Main street, or at mVl"r:i Cn. P WfNKT.FR. FOR RENT. I ?0R RENT A THREE STORY BRICK a UU.IIID'i DVW.,1 IllH-IVM ,.rKvo..v-u .- phl and Charleston railroad naasetigrr doinit, rentaining nine (v) rooms. For teriii!". etc., apply at 3a Jcd'erson street jei-Iw; FOR RENT A DESIRABLE SUBURBAN residence,with outhouses, cisterns, orchard, and about 2 acres of land. Half a mile from rorporution line. Apply to C. If. D0RION. J., Of Mosby Dnrion, rcv? ?w 3Q4 Front street, up stiiirs. TAKEN UP. PAKEN l l'-A DARK BROWN MARE 1 mule, 14 hands high, 4 years old, D.) marks except on harness. The owner will r,lcaeeap idyto Ben. Payne, nine miles from Memphis, on Pigeon Roost road, prove property and pay chary.. Jdl-lw ' ESTRAY. 'V nntlllDTI ICTD1VVI1 1 I cTnaJ J.., ruA m. tnnrked with an I inin.r sIodc in tba loft ear, and a. smooth arop and a slope in the ng 5n12-3t No. 102 IroincTia'li street. NOTICES. , JOTICE.- COIs. R. C. WINTERBMITa Has become associated as partner with us in tha Auction and Real Estate business. The style of the firm will remain a; heretofore. JclMt MONSARRAJJLANI E R A CO. JAVY YARD NOIICE.- Tha original lesseea of the Navy Yard, and their assitnees, are hereby notified that unless their rents are paid promptly, as required by their lea-es tbe aame will ba declared for feited on the 1st of July, proximo. Their ac count, ar. no. realtor Moment. .7.gw fi pecia 1 Attorney. DIRECT TAXES. THE UNDERSIGN ED Intends leaving for Nashville on toe loth instant, to attend to redemption of all the pne arty placed in his haads th.t can be redeemed under tbe law, before the United S'atea Inrcoi Tax Commissioners. Parties will bear in mind that the 'iiA infant will We tha last day ot tha two years allowed for redeinpti a. KELSEY BON D. of Cannavan k Bo d. jeS-lw Madison 'reet. eonaer t'entre al ev. XT0TICE.-DR. J. H. WHITE. 34U MAIN il street, will ba absent fr"iu the eitv a lew days. During his absence Dr. John R. Wat kins, resident Physician of Allerheny Spnngs, Virginia, caa he consulted in his profe-sion at Dr. White's office, who wi.l give invalids a.l necessary information regarding tbeee celebra ted springi! E LECTION NOTICK.- TheqnaliBe.1 voters of tbe city of Mamrhli are notified that polls will be opened at No. 3 Kogine House, on Adams street, and No. tn gine House, on Shelby street, on theithday of July. 1866, between the hours of 10 a.m. and & pm., when they are required to vote for or against the issue of the Time Bonds of the city to the amount of 2f.i,0no to fund the due debt f the city, and ajfsi.uwO for the Irnprovement of streets, etc , in acwrdaaca with tha ordi B.neei?f b. Board Of AMerm7.K I'ST RECEIVED DIRECT FROM ITALY i Casks V ine, anonala. 100 Oelione Sweet Oil. UJ Lbs. Mushrooms VACCARO k MASSA. jal3-lw 7iJefferaoaatop.P.0.1.uildia. PUBLIC LEDGER. Offloe, 2Vo. 13 Madlon HtreeU LARGEST CITY ClRCl'LATION. THE CITY. MKMPHIHi Tharaday Evening, June 14, 18S6 Local Notices, inserted among the reading matter, will be charged twenty cents per line for each insertion. Pittsburg Coal Brown & Jones, of fice 217 Second street. Branch office, 374 Main street R. C. Hite, agent t Pittsbubo Coau Briggs Peterson, office 13 Mitdison street. Branch office, 341 Main street J. B. Moseley, agent, Pittsburg Coal Bigley, Mellcrah Sl Co i office No. 62 Jefferson street, one door east of Second. t Interesting Marriao Grakii Fks TlviTirs. Yesterday will long be remem bered by many of onr titiiens as the wedding day of Mr. Morris B. Loewen stine und Miss Bebeoca Foil, which event caused quite a sensation among the Israelitish portion of the community. Tht wealth aud high standing in society of the families of the bride and groom, their popularity, and the grand prepara tions made for lie interesting occasion caused the Synagogue to be crowded with ladies and gentlemen some time before the appearance of the wedding parly, who, on arriving, took their posi tion in front of the altar. The bride was supported on her rigtit by her fu ture mother and. aistar-in-law, while on the left of the groom stood his father and father in-law. The Retr. Dr. Tuska united the couple according to the rites of the Jewish Church, and delivered a very feeling and impressive address. Tbe bride was attired in an elegant while silk robe, with short sleeves and large puffs, trimmed with beautiful and cosily point lace, headed with handsome white bugles, tbe body being trimmed with buttons of the same material. Her brow was encircled with a wreath of orange blossoms, her bosom being adorned by a bunch of the same. A white tulle veil covered her entire figure and fell in graceful folds over her bridal robe. She looked beautifully charming, and caused many of the sterner sex pre sent to think seriously of following the eiample set them nn the occasion. The Lridegrootn appeared well, as if he was determined to be contented and happy, and in the words of Shakspeare, exclaim: And I am rl h in having auoh a jewel. As twenty seas, if ad their sands were I earl. The wat. t nectar, and the r cks pure go d. At tbe conclusion of tbe ceremonies the happy pair were congratulated and kissed by their many relatives present, after which all proceeded to the Memphis Club Koouia, on the invitation of the bride's father, Mr. T. Folr., to purtuk; of an elegant dejenuer. The viands were of the best description, wine flowed freely, and I be company present, com bining about one hundred and fifty per sons, evinced their appreciation of their host by doing full justice to what was before them. At the proper time Rev. Mr. Tuska proposed the "Healths of the Bride and Bridegroom," accompanied with a chaste and elegunt speech. Loud calls being made for the bridegroom, be arose and thanked his many friends present for their kindness, remarked thut Bpeech-making was not his forte, but that he had a young brother who would speak for him; whereupon Mr. Henry M. Loowenstiue returned the thanks of the bridegroom in a speech that was clear, forcible and to the point " The Ladies" was the next toast, which was responded to by Mr. A. E. Frankland, after which several other toasts were pro posed and honored, aud the party ad journed to meet in the evening. The festivities were resumed in the eve ning by ball in the Greenlaw Opera House, about two hundred persons being present The youth and beauty of Mem phis were well represented in the dance ; the light from the chandeliers falling on the rich and tasteful dresses, bright eyes aud glad faces of the revelers moviug gracefully to the witching melody of beautiful music, formed a combination over which the genius of love and beauty seemed to preside, and which will be remembered for muny years to come by those presenL At midnight the purty moved to the supper room, where the tables were loaded down with everything that fancy could picture, to appease the appetite and quench the thirst Knives and forks rattled and corks flew around quite merrily for awhile, when llie " Health of the bride and bridegroom " was proposed. Mr. Henry M. Loewen stine replied ia a lengthy speech, in which, on the part of the bride and groom, he thanked all present for their kindness and good wishes evinced on the occasion, and said that he knew all would join him in ten dering to the wedded pair the wiah that their happiness in the future might be unalloyed, their pathway through life bright and pleasant, ever a smooth road, lined with tbe'ehoiceal flowers that would waft to their senses the kind words of friends mado bappy by their good deeds, and when at lat, through the dim vista of years, their tinif sb&U com when they must meet that grim monster who conquers all, may they be able to look back on tbe fcast with satisfaction and be ready to travel to another and a better world. He alluded In feeling terms to the many relatives present parents and grandpareuts, and his b-othcrs and said that on such an event taking place they could not but feel gratified and pleased. Ia conclusion be paid a chaste tribute to the memory of the bride's mother, who died about year since, and rat down amid much applause. After this " The Press," " The Ladies," and several other toasts were given and responded to ia ahort speeches by the gentlemen present, Mr. J. H Loeweasriee, the eeaior of the firm of J., IL , Loewfjnstine k Bro., making speech that surprised all for its choice and vigorous language. After supper dancing was resumed and kept up until about 3 o'clock, when all went home to be lulled to sleep by the pattering of the rain on the roofs, which cooled the atmosphere and gave an opportunity for refreshing slumber, which is always acceptable after such a round of enjoy ment . j , , ' The band was under the leadership of ProC Wm. Withers, jr., and it needs no commendation from us to inform our readers that the music was first-class, and each as dancers delight to keep time to. Two Mick Shot Okb of them Moa tallt Wounded -Okeop the Assassin's Arrested. Tuesday night three men called at the residence' of Mr. Joseph Paine, on tbe Hollyford road, and told him that they came to arrest him and William Carmaek for stealing a pair of steers. They denied the charge, but were finally induced, by threats, to pro ceed toward Memphis. When a short distance from the house, not liking some movements of their captors, Paine and Carmaek attempted to escape, when they were fired upon, the latter being struck in the leg and the former in tbe hip, the ball passing through his bowels, and in flicting a woand from which it is thought he will not recover. The assassins fled, and the ludies at the house carried the wounded men home. Carmaek recog nized one of the parties as a man named Ewbank, who lived in Yallobnsha County, Mississippi, and called at the house a week ago Tuesday, saying that he had lost a pair of steers, which he had turned loose in that country, after taking a load with them to Memphis. ' A warrant was issued yesterday for 'Ewbank, " and he was arrested and lodged in the station house early this morning. Revival at First Baptist Church. The meetings last night and this morn ing, in this church, were decidedly inter esting, as1 have been the whole spries up to this time. Several prominent acces sions to the church were made last night, and several gentlemen of mature years were among those anxiously conceraed, on the subject of religion, while the morning Occasion was' one of rejoicing among Christiana, in view of the answer to prayer in the conversion of souls. There is preaching each night, and prayer meeting at 18 o'clock each morn ing, as heretofore. The interest in these meetings seems to be increasing rather thun diminishing. . . . ; 1 i .-.'. Toe Racks. At the New Memphis Trotting Park yesterday there was a trot ting rnce between J. O'Dell's b. g. Gen. Forrest and James Cowan's s. g. Harry Neat, for a purse of $1000, best three in five heats. Forrest was declared the victor after the second heat, Neal being distanced. After this there was a run ning ruce ; mile bents, best two in three, for purse if $25, with an inside stake of tbe same amount, each to go to the winner. Mr. Charles Brothers named Lady Lightfoot, Mr. Norwood, Red Fox, and Mr. Prescott, Grey Eagle. The lat ter was the winner of the purse. j Memfhis , Femanh' Captubeu. --The following Memphis Fenians, cuptured by United States authorities', have been released, to return home on their own recognizance : O'Brien, Patrick Honiu, Philip Selvin, Patrick Gillespie, John Terry, John Swift, Thomas Connolly, Morris Sullivan, Thomas Gready, Thos. O'nara, Andrew Madigan, John Ho msyue, Christopher Burke, John B, Doylo, Patrick Hanley, Jnmes White, Thomas B. Clarke,' Matthew J. Cummins, Timothy Maloney, Harry McCormack, Dennis Sweeney, Michael Sullivan, Jss. Kelley, Morris Hickey. r- i r- Savk Your Monkt. You can savo a large share of youf money by having your job priniiag executed at the Public Lebdkr office. We iiiuko a specialty of this part of our business, ami, having the most complete establishment in Ibe Southwest, our facilities for doing the best of work at lowest rats ore unsur 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 our patrons. Bring in your favors to 13 Madison street. t A YaVdabi.e Aduition. Colonel R. C. Winlersmith, long and favorably known to the people of Memphis and West Teuneasee, has formed an alliance with tbe firm of Monsarrat, Lanier k Co., by which he becomes a member of tbe firm. This is a valuable acquisition, and we may now look for atill greater prosperity in the auction and real estate business of Monsarrat, Lanier ,t Co. Their office is in the Irving Block, which everybody knows where lo find, many having been there against their w ill in days gone by. Presbttcrias Fair This is to be the Inst night of the interesting fair being held by the ladies of the First Presbyte rian Church at the Court street Taber nacle, and an interesting time may be expected. One of the features will be an auction of the cakes that have re mained unsold. We hope to see a large attendance that the laudable object for which the ladies have labored so zealous ly may be accomplished. There was a large attendance last night, musio lent its charms to the scene, and a pleasant time was the result MusLtss Klegant and beautiful de signs, at Mack Bros, k Bohm's, No. "JG1 Mai a street ' ' 13-2t A Card to the Merchants. Mer chant of Memphis who desire to extend their business, could not avail themselves of a better opportunity than that offered through the columns of the Bolivar fil It tin. This paper is printed in the thriv ing city of Bolivar, Hardeman county, and circulates extensively in oue of tbe liobeet portions of West Teauessee. The advertising rate of tie Bulltlim are low and uniform: One square (ten lines), three months, 16; two squares, three months, $8; four squares, three months, 12; and all others in proportion. 91m Death or am Estimable Ladt. It is with sorrow we an trounce that Mrs. Mary E. Signaigo died yesterday even ing, in the iixty-Mventh year of her age. She was a native of Italy, and had been a resident of this city for over twenty years. All of our old citizens enter tained a very high regard for her, on ac count of the estimable qualities that were her distinguishing characteristic. She was the mother of Capt John Sjg naigo, also of J. Augustine Signaigo, Italian vice-consul at this place and re cently connected with the Public Lkd-oliR- Country Propertt. On to-morrow morning Monsarrat Lanier k Co. will sell at auction, several desirable country lots, situated on Central Avenne, near the late residence of Judge King. Per sons wanting a residence in a good neighborhood, and within fifteen or twenty minutes drive of the city, over a good road, will do well to take the om nibuses which will leave the Irving Block at 9 o'clock. A Likouist Wanted. There is a rumor around town to the effect that the Police Commissioners have some idea of send ing to New York for a distinguished linguist to teach some of the new police men to talk plain English, This i con sidered necessary, because it will be dif ficult to procure a drill-master who will be sufficiently acquainted with the va rious Dutch dialects to make himself un derstood. Sii.e Basques and Saques, Lace Points, Grenadine Shawls, Sun-Shades and Par asols, are sold very cheap at Mack Bros. k Bohm's, No. 2C1 Main street 13-2t Metropolitan Police. The new po lice force will be under drill on Monday next The following parties were exam ined by Dr. Shaw this morning: John H. Brown, Walter Joyce, Geo. Sbaffner, E. II. Wilhelm, John ' B. Young and Frank E. Norton, James A. Barron, .Ino. M. Claridge, N. B. Smilh, James Con way.;, ,, , Terrible Fall. Last night a woman fell out of a three-story window of a house in the neighborhood of Madison and Second street. Her groans at tracted the attention of some of her friends, who found she was dangerously injured. A physician was sent for, who pronounced her badly, hut not fatally hurt. Recorder's Court. Judge Creighton fined seven persons this morning, tbe charges being described as two drunks, two fights, one disorderly conduct, and one forestalling market Five paid their fines and the other two will work their way to freedom on the chain-gang. Twenty-four dollars were collected. 1 Dowk They Go. Bill Heads elegantly printed for fifteen dollars a ream nt the Public Ledhkr office. t Rowdies ok Vance Street. Last night, between eight and nine o'clock, a pnrly of rowdies made night' hideous with their cursing, yelling and cutting up, on Vance 'street, from Desoto to Main, and ending their devilment by firing off" their pistols, to the alarm of the giod citixens of that, neighborhood. Rest kob Clerks Messrs. Howell, Wood k Read huve delermiucd to close their establishment at half-past six o'clock daily, in order to allow their clerks as much relaxation as possible. W commend their example to other firms. See Johnny Rushton at the Good Idea. Jewelry Thief. Carl Steinbach was arrested yesterday, charged with stealing a valuable gold watch chain and five gold finger rings, the properly of Mrs. Ernestine Weber. He was admitted to bail to "enable the State to procure several important witnesses. ' More Lkiht on the Subject. To morrow evening, at five o'clock, Blood k Co. will be prepared to outdo any other firm in selling tin, iron and cop per ware cheup. Cnll and see their lamps, 361 Main.ninl 40 and 40 Monroe streets. How to Curb Debility. When this arises from a diseased action of the stomach, the occasional use of mild aperients like Roback's Sugar Coated Blood Bills are best, followed by the Stomach Bitters to give tone to the tomaeh. T Down They Go. Thebe.it of Business Curds printed for fCtofii 50 per thousand nt the Public Ledger office. t The 'difficulty between the shoe makers and their employers has been settled by a conference, at which both parties were present, and all hands are now hard at work to make up for lost time. Wonderful. This is the exclamation of the ladies on trying Murphy's Yeast Powder for the first time. Buy it in quantities to suit, at 115 Jefferson street. Try the Southern manufacture. Good IJea fun every night. Embezzlement. Wm. O. Rice, an em ploye of the Southern Express Com pany, was arrested yesterday for embez r.ling 2100 from said company. Larry Harmstad is well known lo all old citizens, and parties traveling in any direction should get through tickets of him, and save time, trouble and ex pense. That's So. We are under eternal ob ligations for renewed favors in a news paporial way from tbe Southern Express Company. Criminal Court. The Grand Jury brought in true bills for htreeny against seven persons, yesterday. Diw ThetG. Our price, have lieeu reduced on all other classes of printing in like ratio. ' ' " 1 t Laces, Edgings, Insertions and Em broideries, elegant patterns and large assortment, at Mack Bros, k Bohm's, No. 2G1 Main street 13-3t Well satisfied were the parties that bought those things of M. C Cayce yes terday, at 396 Main street Wilson k Beard, attorneys, have moved their law office to No. J3 Court afreet V - jl3 3t Remember the Cabinet Saloon, corner Front and Adams street, i selling the best of lager beer at only five cents per glass. '" ' "j9-4t Board,' $7 per week, at the Cosmo politan restaurant, No. 33 Monroe street AlsOi office rooms to rent m29 lm B. Hollander k Co. Custom made Ladies' Shoes, at Mack Bros, k Bohm's, No. 2C1 Maiu sl. 2t Hear Ada Montrose Good Idea. Special Notices. ' 1 . Special Hotlces will be inserted in tub Col umn fur ten cent per line fur each insertion. UAY0S0 .SAVINGS IXSIITITION, MEMPHIS, TENKKSfvLT. Banking House, 1! Aladiron St. This Institution Iranaacta a Gene ral Exchange and Banking Buetaieae, Will reeelTe Drposlts, bnj- and aell Foreign and Domestic Kxrhange, Gold, Silver and Uncnrrem Money. E. IH. AVERY, Caahler. JOHN C. LAMER, Pre. t. Circulation. A morning pauer keeps the following lines, in large Icttvrs, at tbe bead of its editorial columns : " LargL-st circulation of any paper ia West Teanaeree. Largest cily cir culation." Tba city circulation of tbe l'usi.tc Lsoaita is greater taaa that of any Qtber.aiMjr published in Memphis, a id which' the edito of tha paper alluded to is perfectly aware of. Comment Is unnecessary. Helmbold'i Extract Buchu and iuuiroved Rose Wash cures seoret and delicaU diiurdo's, in all their stages, at little expense, little or no change in diet, no if oonrenirnce, and no expo sure. It k pleasant in taste and odor, iiwu',i ate iu its action, and free from all injurious properties. jet "iu Our Publie Directory. Strangers visiiiug tba city in quest of any of the aecessities or luxuries of life, will find tbe names of all tbe first-class business houses ia our city, together with a large amount of other important infor mation in our " Public Directory " column on tbe urst pae of tha Public Lsooita. For non-retention or Incontinence ol urine, irritation, inflammation or ulceration of tbe bladder, or kidneys, diseases of the prostate glands, stone ia tba bladder, ealeulas, gravel or brick-dust deposit, aud all diseases of tbe blad der, Kidneys, and dropsical swellings, use llcluibold's Fluid Extract Bucha. jet-liu Botioa. We earnestly request oar friends not to pay mora than fire cents a copy for tbe Public Litmus.. Wa aell to tba newsboys at two cents a copy, thus allowing tbein over a huodred per cent, profit on erery paper. Helrabold'a Concentrated Extract Buchu is the great diuretic. Ilelmbold's Concentrated Extiact barsaparilla is the great blood purilier. Until are prepared according to rules of phar aiucy and chemistry, and are tba most active thutcau ba made. je-l-lm Hombold's Extraet Buchu gives health and vigor to the frame and bloom to tbe pallid cheek. DebiUty ia accompanied by many alunning symptoms, and if no treatment is sub mitted to, consumption. Insanity or epileptic fits eiruu. jd-lui Marriage aurt Celibacy, an Es.'y of Warn iiu aud Iu.'tiuctiun for Y'ung Meu. Also, Diseases and Abu-es which prostrate the viuJ power.1, with sure means of relief, h'ctit free of charge in sealed letter envelopes. Address. Dr. 1. KklLl.IN HOUGH ION, Howard A, .locu tion, Philadelphia, Pa. apl'J-3in A Scady aud conclusive test of tbe proper tics of ilelmbold's Fluid Fxtract Unchu will be a comparison with those set forth in tho United ftatos Dispensatory. je4-lin Enfeebled and delicate constitutions, of both sexes, u.e ilelmbold's Extiaot Buchu. It will give brisk and energetic feelimrs and enable you to sleep wll. je4-lm Take no mora unpleasant aud unsafe reme dies for unplcasnnt aud dangerous diseases. I'sa ilelmbold's Extract Buchu aud Improved Rose Wash. Jet-lm Helmbold'i Fluid Extract Bucha ia pleas ant in taste and odor, free from all injurious properties, aud immediate in its action, jt-lin Tha Glory of Kan is Strength Therefore, the nervous and debilitated should immediately use Ilelmbold's Extract Buchu. jol-lui Manhood and youthful rigor are fiv.wwJ by Ilelmbold's Extract Buchu. jeJ-loi Shattered Constitutions restored by Uelin b. ild's Extract Buchu. jiM-lin The Port of Memphis. This morning theriver was rising very slowly. There was considerable activity in the neighborhood of the Alton, Dar ling und Minneola. The weather was hot, somewhere in the neighborhood of !j degrees. The following are the arrivals and de partures since our last: Arrivals. , , Darling, Cincinnati. City of Alton, St. Louis. W. H. Osborn, New Orleans Wm. Butler, New Orleans. Mollie Hambleton, St. Francis river. Silver Spray, Cincinnati. P. W. Strader, New Orleans. Departures. ' .1. R. Gilmore, Arkansas rir. Clifton, Cincinnati. -Adam Jacobs, St, Louis. W. II. O-oSorn, St Louis, Wm. Butler, Cincinnati Silver Spray, New Orleans. P. W. Stradt New Orleans., Boats in Fort. ' Minnneola, City of Alton, Darling, Pelrolia, Mollie Hambleton, Ceolralia. Boats Leaving To-Day. Ohio bound travelers are informed for their benefit that the new and elegant steamer Minneola, of tbe Dean Line, is he packet for tbe Queen City this even ing, leaving at 5 o'clock,! Capt Iew. Cates commands and Mr. Wm. Grubbs will be found in the office, and passengers can rely on tbe best of treatment on this boat, both as regards the inner aud outer man. Remember the Minneors, this evening at 5 o'clock. The flag ship of the St Louis Packet Company, the fleet City of Alton, ia tbe railroad packet this evening at S o'clock. CapL Fleni. Calvert commands and P. W. Sheckley is ber clerk. Tha popular Billy Dill is agent for this fleet craft ; ... V tickets can also be obtained at the Union ticket office, 5 Jefferson street. Boats Leaving To-Monow. Travlcrg bound np the river, who de sire to start to-morrow morning are in formed that the comfortable steamer J. S. McCune leaves for Cairo and SL Louis to-morrow morning at nine o dock. Capt. Jus. n. Duffer is her commander a nd Charles Duff is her clerk, two whole souled gentlemen who always look after the welfare and comfort ot passengers. Levy k Miller, agents, 13 Madison street The famous Darling leaves for the Ohio to-morrow, departing at five o'clock, Capt II. Alcokein command. St Francis river travelers are in formed that the Mollie Hambleton de parts for that stream to-morrow evening. For White river to-morrow evening, the light-draft packet Petrolia sails with out fail. Mlaoollaneoua. The lutust reports from above repre sent tbe river falling at St Louis. The Ohio at Louisville is falling. Capt Dan Able has purchased tbe steampr It. L. Woodward, at St Louis, for "00. Wilt K. Speed has launched out in tbe bark of matrimony, with the accom plished and beautitul Miss Anna rv. McDowell, daughter of Professor J. A. McDowell, all of St Louis, Mo. , The Cairo Democrat of yesterday says: "The river at this point is still rising, with a good stage of water in tbe channel to Cincinnati. Steamboat Feinting, We respectfully ask our steamboat friends to call and ex amine the specimens of fine steamboat printing daily executed at the frBLlc Lf.I)(I.i 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 cily offices. Bring your orders directly to us, and save the coinmisHton charged by parties whw tukn.in work they are not prepared te execute. ' " t Monetary and Commercial Money Market. Exchanrc is buying at par, and selling at premium. Time bills are freely taken at tba lulluwing iuotations : Thirty day bills, per cunt, discount t fifteen day bills, "4 par cent discount: lit day bills, Y pur anut. discount. Gold is in great detuaLd. Tbe 'Batiks bay gold to-day at 3.V. Silver 2' buyinz, .'ioc selling. Interest bearing Notes improve as the inter est accrues. Dates of June, l4, command 110; of July. IHM, luVMi of Aagust, 1BC4, lt: of October. 1894. 107ji; of December, WA. JU(j ; of May, 1605, V7c prem. ' tlty Scrip and Coupons, 68 to 75c. ' . Mississippi Cotton Money, 2Ue. There ia a continued good demand for Union Banknotes at 70 buying, aod 75 selling. l'lanters Bank notes are bought at 0) and sold at 6i Bank of Tennessee notes are dull and heavy, with bo deu Mid, though it is now coueeded that II dates, Ir effective of signatures, will ba ac knowledged in liquidating prior to May, 11. Cotton Market. There was considerable animation in tha oot ton market this morning, and several lots changed hands at the following eolations ; Ordinary SHSM) I Middling- V-ISX (jood rdinary..3Uj.: U-ietMidriling37$ Low Middling 3Me I tiood MidiUiac-Wia) General Market. ItAniHNll. ner van!. India 0 .10 Power loom M '1 BROOMS, periwien 2 So BfcANS, per bushel. Navy 1 75 a n si A o :;i 6 HI 2 no BClTKIt, per pound, Common 0 Tuba 0 PAXIlLkS. Dar uound. 21 0 U 3ti au ritar ......... 0 23 tj 0 21 f!HEkt,. ner uound Western kerva..-.-...- tl English Dairy - 0 CHICK t.NS, perdoien 7 a o 21 0 00 W 7 COf r r.b, per pound, Kio Laguayra Java CORN MEAL . u u .. 0 4 0 u k 0 M 0 a 0 jb 6 cm 0 K V I'KACKLK Etltlri, per O-i flSfcll, Uay. per tut. 21 "0 tS! (X) Hay, interior . IS 00 U) Ursa 21 U s.a 00 . Corn, per binLel..... 0 K7V,t 0 OaU....-. 0 5JS 0 blH FISH. Mackerel No, 1 perbbl. 22 00 01 00 So. 2 " ..2U tw (ail tu " No.l hf.bbl U ("J M2 Oil ' No.8 " 10 no mill on " No. 1, per kit 3 fc 0 00 No. 2, " " 2 75 MO Oti Dry Cod, per pound 0 0 White Kish.perhf. bbl 8 50 9 00 FLOl'R, per barrel. . HuperBne 7 SO ai( Single Extra -. J 10 ( d Ml Double extra. -....10 tl mil i.i Irelile Kxtra...... ....12 ( Wl.'f I SI Fancy Brands ...15 lJ (S17 Oil FRUIT, per barrel. Apple, greee ... 7 Ml I0 (X Dried apples, II IS M0 lii Dried peaches, halves. 0 15 ml 0 i.ll.NNY BAUS, liunnies, new i)l (A 0 l' (lunuies. second hand...... 0 14 o 0 1 Burlap?, second band 0 S tan is GUNPOWDER. Quarter kegs - s 4 lialt ken t 6 ?:. Kees - Wl2 50 HAKDWARK. i Nails. pr keg IJ Cut spikiw-..-. 0 00 a 8 Wrought boat apikee. 12 Ml (a15 Castings hollowware, V lb 0 10 4 0 Bar iron 0 7 0 . Horseshoe iron 0 ft tgl 0 Nail rod 0 16 0 Cast steel. lEnrlish, 0 30 0 25 Ml 00 12 W 12 20 35 Blister sieei. r.ngma u ou w Uermsn steel 0 30 4 Manilla rope. 0 28 0 S8 LAKH, per pound. 1b tierce 0 i 00 9 u 24 dO 22 ii 75 10 M0 75 ft'. 7ft 60 :i 25 50 lo 2i In kegs .. ........ ..... 0 LU1L. Cape J 50 Ohio...... . 1 75 A 2 0 0 Barrels and half bbla. 0 60 ($ 1 Uolden syrup 1 50 1 OILS, per gallon. Coal-... - 0 Lard 1 Linseed ..... 0 TrRin 1 Bentine ..... 0 Turpentine PKOVLSluNa. Pora. me., per bbl -..-M Clear aides, per lb V bhoulders ' ......... U & 0 to 2 u 1 J 1 a a 9 1 on aA 21 . o If S,a o 211,!. 0 21 a 0 i-4' 0 17 -0 15 M 0 lireaklast, per lb. - O lisyis. plain-.. ........ 11 am.s sugar-cured... ... 0 KOl'k. Machine O Hand 0 KICK, per pound. In barrels.. 0 12'i 0 13 SUGAR, ner nound. Crushed aud powdered. Clarified...... 0 1SSO 19 0 17 - 0 1H t 14Va 0 lii Brown. SALT, per barrel 3 25 3 75 UuAP. per pound. German 0 14 ) 0 15 Palm 0 11 0 12S Common -........, 0 10 0 11 SODA, per pound. 0 1:1 M0 14 SlUiT S 75 ia 4 tu .PICKS, Allspice 0 35 t :7 Cl..v, o fti e 75 (tiuger .- O 30 at 0 XS K uiai.- .. . 1 75 Him Pepper DM S 4rt Mustard I us s 1 25 TriA, per poenj. Oreen 1 75 0 I W Black 1 ( 1 SO TOBACCO, ner pound. Fine, rai- Va..newwork 1 40 1 M Fine.j.. i natural luf- ' 's 1 tinod briKlikdo I 15 Mediun bright, sunnd .... M a) 1 las Ctmujon do io . 0 tsl 49 U 70 ( orau)..n. out of order 0 211 a 0 45 ' r Navy, k O m 0 70 Navy. DM 4)16 Smoking .. U 31 (t 1 il TAR. per I d. tlkegs .... 8 : si 7 tsl STEAMBOATS. rr,r..T.1.., , j For Cairo and St. Ion Is. THE REGULAR ST. L0UI3 irh packet J. f. McOUNE, Capt.-C JAS. II. DUFFER, Charles Duff; Clerk, will leave as above FRIDAY. Jane 15tb, at t a.m. For freight or passage tickets, apply on board, or to LEVY & MILLER. Agents, jelt-lt Mndisoa street. MEDICAL. ABE GOOD ! B0T OBACK'S STOMACH IUTT1.KA, ftfUr jrtuir of xriem!H autj trial, hf ruven to tie the bet reme-Jy iuqi lir nil complaint where a ionic and rtttiiinlHtit hth rqiiirl, 'l'hty naver (hi) lo MlVhthtMi tho Mtiik, jmpittt R vij?r in the Mtrniig, a nd in all ntarti retort. HluUtfred and lirokeDiimn roiiatitulKUi. No remedy has U ra-.fi .--I ttttti na much favor M lie lu l.'a M11IIAI H I'.ITTCM. (ft Chi''X'' B 0 VKII &MOf l"Htrt Mure MoM 1 7 on ftiiX-hrn in the nt rar. It in ni.U iJ by our tnoi U -nni?d phyicmn ftittr lr. liOHACK'H .STOMACH 111 TKits utnUiit (lit rovrtiia of a H.-t.i.e Kivtiivr. nit fllit-ieiit auti-hiliou a;-iil, aud the bt tmi:u-hw known to Ilk Ml'i. KOHACU'H 111'! Tj;iLS BliUtil l .Ui-rtl hy -oiivtil?rQi fo ptrpngtliMU thr troviiHlirm hUtm- fillinvi afufe .ttfit lit (Im I II, lulls tiiMtnfl! of the- Vfl mu Ssu:ih thr" h.t. frtr h long tlm, ?n :i!ii h nHU'il an rrioh of STOMACH i n !;. wIim Ii. if t.tktM) in proper )o mttht, itrnt t tin? proper time, Ria 11 mi it piuvinlue ol Pii'M4 (ei, Ketr i ami A Kite, Lmr ('niiijmim, W p4-rwii. Itidiueiion, Jaiimlicfl, KiJnfv ' f Coiiipliiint, huJ all Iihiish of similar (i.iliire; miI iue lieltcr a a prevent ve lor liltoit derangement, rejiilAtn A Nl lietiithettMii; the faylem, and giir Miff tone to tne d.tetiv orgnn( than any other knovrii tetnedv. Now thut Ih- urtr if inM, there mil thouninds henktntf honttiM nt the .South. No pet till who :tlnc hl-4 lilr shoilld gO ttlr wtih'tt't ImvniK iVHilHiiily nt I inn I the hi I I r :s, N a-iffujod H;'ni epi- I I.- tn,d Miftlnilie. eni'iideied hr mi- -iM -Mf ' KillHtil ttntec 1'iHtelfM ' .'I u--i.l. ul- ! Ill'' IHliK lt.r-1 K. t- T w i it I les ( ()o .t und South, hi A i l . t lln- leei-.i'l'l und i H i ! .i i - Id lovi.ie lliemtelt id I t t.KS TIipih in utoljflhiy ..i-M-r Hith nhicli tnnnkind ar MahtM'iit d -Mpi i, or h H n more m " otimiotdv fidlf.l Sour HoiiirU.'h, and Hi it i-t-ti no inoie cert hi n remedy thut loslaHfk'i StoiitHfh (WireiN. 'J hey re I , k K li t Hol.KhA hn hImthvi b-o'i IUIIi h tlieHdel ry tha pnhliC, and eo.le hare reruifled to n I innnner of iiiliirineta to nrrefil ih proresf., hut with tittle Hiicrp". A nire cur mid pre-etilie i to le found in lha n- i f Dr. KDKACK'S SC.tNIHNA- "TT VI AN K KM KIU KM. Ki'p the loweia H opn with tne Fills, nn-i ;nvig'rnt- the B slilll by trpe tli of the St,tiin-h fl Hitlers, or, li the WotkI la Hun, ne the I I'tintler. v SUCH nn invnhtsMo rsniH.lv shouM ba kept in every fsntily. Kpjt the syslwm in full vicor ami willing is to l iesre.1 arorn liisfssv r liolcra. THE OLD KKI.IAHI.K. lm not 1st ,liveive.t by piirchain uny of the nnsrkenoslrumt untler Ut various name of Hitters. s Pnrehaae none other but lr. KORACK'3 RTAMirW It ITT Pits, -rhifh are oom- potmd4 f the purest driif. and tn , ABE f PRI50E, WALTON k COMPANY, (Ssoeeuon t 0. W. Sobaok,) BOLB PKOPHIHTOH3, 4.6,SS,tO mud J Eat Third Street, CINCINNATI, O. Are Sold by all Druggists and Dealers in Patent Medicines FVERYWHERE. NEAT AND ELEGANT joit iTMrsTir g CARDS. CARDS. CARKS, CARDS CARDS, CAl ittus. CAkDS, CARDS. CARDS, CARDS. $6 AND $6 50 PER 1000. BILLHEADS. BILLHEADS. BILLHEADS. BILLHEADS. ' BILLHEADS, BILLHKADS, BILLHEADS. BILLHEADS, . BILLHEADS, BILLHEADS, $15 00 PER REAM. CIRCULARS. CIRCULARS. CIRCULARS. CIRCULARS. CIRCULARS. CIRCULARS, CIRCULARS, CIRCULAR?, CIRCULARS. CIRCULARS. $10 TO $15 PER REAM. BILLS LADIN3. BILLS LADINd. BILLS LADINii, BILLS LADINii, BILLS LADIKii, BILLS LADINil. BILLS LADIXti. BILLS LADI.M1. BILLS LADINti. BILLS LADIXti. $14 00 PER REAM. Piasters, postitrs. POSTKR". POMERS. POSTERS, POSTER??, pDSTtHf, Posters, posters. POSTERS. Lower Than All Others. PROGRAMMES. PROshA.M.MES. PROGRAMMES, PRiViR A M M ES. PRtJURAMMKS, :prwrammes. program mls. programmes. PKOiiRAMMES, PROURAMillui. i Wr"TMOHB BROTBCBS.