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WALKER & TOZER,
(Successor to W. N. Wllkareoa k Co .
imiUC.lSTS A CHEMISTS.,
No. 120 Baal itreet, MemphU, Tain.
1ARIICULAK ATTKNTION PAID TO
I ruiiipoumtiiiK nre-oriptiona. Wakeepooa
tantly op hand a largo tocltof para Drugs and
IMJR TAX COLLECTOR ON PRIVILEGES
I Bt the cinium June election. I announce
mysilf a cnndidata fur Tax Collector on Privi
ivnoa at the ensuing election in June.
' KOLOM AN BAER.
loH MAVUK-1N RKSPON8K TO TH K
X call of many voters, I annuunca myself
a candidate fur Mayor, at the election ill June.
. airtMe R. K. B KC KTKL.
IjMR MAYOR. W. C. BRYAN 18 A CAN-
1. uid.l tur Major, at the
'IHJ THK VOTERS OK MEMPHIS. I AM
1 a candidate fnr tha office of Mayor, at tba
emmiug June election. ,
M WM H- FERGUSON.
T7URNITURE FOR SALE, AND HOUSE
1 torrent. An elerant set of new Furniture
with fixture complete for a iinall family. Can
be bought fur much leaa than ooat by imme
diate application lo
JNO. II. PETERSON.
)el6-2t 13 Madisou street.
1WR 8ALK.-; OK 35 ACRES OF GOOD
. rich, tiuibored land, l in within i!0 yard
of Horn Lake depot ; the timber food ; two
building site li mile from Memphis. A bar
gain can be had I applicalinn ia made toon.
A"ply to tha undesigned at Horo Lake depot,
alias. k i'eun. K. R.
jel--lw H. J. LESTER.
IJViR B ALE. 12 ACHESOFLAND ON THE
1 Hernando road, lour miloa aooth at the
i-ity ; on nt'tlie inot .leidrahlelir in thecoun
try. For prii uir apply to E.WHITMOKB,
at Iho. Pt'HLir l.KiujRr. nftice, l:t Madison itreet,
or lo MONSAKKAf, LANIER A CO, Irving
in. k. ' t
, K 8ALK.
' TO COUNTRY PHINTEH8,
We h ive a lams stm-V of printing pner I27i
441 on baud. whi.-h we oiler at the lowest mar
ket prieva, I 'ther sire, will be iurmebed to or
der. Add ie ea-h. (inters to
. WHITMORK BROS..
mylVlui Pub MR l.mm kjio IB ce
IWKHALK.-AN ADAM PRESS. PLATTKN
1 H'' im-bes, wiihiteain apparatuaooiuplete;
ill bu mild low it' applied for toon. It ia in
good ruiiiiuia order, and may be aeen runniug
any dy in ortr posaeasion.
Apply lo. or address,
. IXllt. e-ALK.-TYPli METAL (BKTItR
J. than biHjbell lor sale low, ty
Pfwi.ir Lrnfim office.
TOARDING.-A GENTLEMAN AND HIS
JJ family, or four young men, can be accom
modated with a good mom and board by apply
ing immediately at SSW Third street. jelvlw
WANTED A SITUATION TO RUN A
tationnry engine, by a sober, industriou
young man, wbo van give rood reference. A
J,ly to MR. LAMBERT.
ieis-ru " Johnson Wright's W harf boat
A woinan who cu.ii do plain aewing. and tuke
the charge of children. Apply at No. :H) P..p
ly street, -; r ' . ' : . Je1S St
ANTED TO RENT
A comfortable reeidenoe, fire or six room,
for which a good rent will bo paid. Apply Im
IclS-lt MOXHARRAT. I.AXI KR CO.
I. RANTED- i .. " ..
To rum hps for tho olheial Southern history of
. Ihe war.
THE LOST CAUSE,
' By E. A. Pollard, of Virginia
Complete In one large royal octavo Tolume
with -4 One Heel portrait.
a Co eeereetui lu"n and women a rare
chaaiice in offered to make money. Address
J. II. SUTTON,
jet-titn Publisher. Memphis. Tenn.
IJOARDINO AND LODGING-YOU CAN
' Xt get board at Ho. 44 rjecond .treet. lientle
man ind wife. ) nar month all in advance.
Take due notioa thereof, and govern youraelvea
j.,-) -Jw S. A-MrHINMS.
iTor Ten '""
I hare for I . SEVERAL LOTSON MAD
IRON STHEK f, eaat of railroad bridge, at from
$2 to 7 per loot
Court atreet, east of Charleston Depot.
1 I'M IK I.KAfK Ul WAI.K-A LARGE VA-
r cunt Lot on corner of Tennewce, Vance
and Clinton atr eta, South Mempbia, admirably
located tor a c.tton abed or atorage wairhouae.
Apply to S MUSH v.
jH lw Peer Vo. Sot Fmnt tret
1 OST-ON MONDAY EVENING. JUNK
I j llth while o-nin. from the St. Affnea Acad
emy, on Vance afreet, to my house on corner nf
Poplar and Dunlapetreeia, a imail nunme witn
a gum-elastic band around it, containing three
eniitll n emnrandum hooks and eundriea. The
finder will be liberally rewarded upon leaving
it at lllelock Co.'s. No. 315 Main atrcet, oral
jel't-lw" On Ph. WINKLER
FOR RENT. A GOOD DWELLING, witb
very large garden and yard, on Union at..
tof Wellington, lor rent lor one year ana
eight mnnthr: wilhnewand elegant furniture
for aale in the tanuee worth tUM. Apply early
to GEO. L. Agent.
' j-lfi-at 2 it Main atrcet.
- NOTICES. ,
"TVISSOLUTION. THE CO-PARTNER
1 ahin herntofor. .Tistin. between H. Crock'
erandG.W. Hardy, under the firm name of
Crocker 4 Hardy, isthia day dissolved.
G. W. HARDY
June 14. IMA lelMw
JAVY YARD NOTICE.-
The original leaaee of the Navy Yard,
and their assignee, are hereby notified that
unless their rents are paid promptly, as require.!
bv their leae, the asme will be declared for
feited on the lat of July, proximo. Their ac
counts are now ready for settlement.
SMITH P. HANK HEAD.
J7 ?w Special Attorney.
XTOTICE. - ATTENTION, CITIZENS I -ll
Those who daeire to sutmribe funds to raise
a fee for the Commissioner of Registration will
find the booka opened at the corner of Front
and Main etreets, and are urgently desired to
come forward. jolrt-Zt
The Qualified voters of the city of Mamphi
' areaotihed that polli will be opened at . S
Engine Hobs., on Adams atreet, aad No. & En
gine House, on bbeiny atreet, on tbe&tndavof
July, lf 'ii, between the hoars of lVe.aa. and 5
p m.. wh I bey are repaired to Tote for or
againt the isue of the Time bonds of tie city
to the amoant of lN',Oil to fund the doe debt
ofthe city, aad eV,uiO for Iks imprutoaaent
of atreets. etc., ia aeeordaaea With taa ordi-
aanceof the board of Aldermen.
j VST RECEIVED DIRECT FROM ITALY
3W Boies Maoeanml. ' ' '
i l'a-ka W me, Nasionala.
tiellona rses Oil.
U Lbs. Mushrooms. ....
VACCARO A MASSA.
j..Vlw n Jefft-rsoa at, epp. P. O. Buildiag.
OfHce. ?o. Jl Maliaon Mtreet.
LA BURST CITY; ClttClLATION.
Monday Bvaninn. Jan) 18th, 1866
Local Nutickb, inserted among the
reading mutter, will lie charged twenty
&uU per line for each insertion.
Pittbboru Coal Brown k Junei, of
fice 247 Second itreet Branch office,
3H Main street R, C. Kite, agent. t
Pittsburg Coal. Briggs 4 Peterson,
office 13 Madison street. Branch office,
341 Main street J. B. Moseley, agent
Pittsbcbo Coau Bigley, Mellersh t
Co., office No, 62 Jefferson street, one
door east of Second. t
Duli, DtM Cabal. We have been
furnished with the following Excerpts
from the D. I). Records: June I. The
Dull Dog Cabal held its first meeting
this etening ; the B. D. taking the chair.
On being called on to open the proceed
ings by a display of his own dullness, he
told them that after a rast amount of
labor, pensive dnys and anxious nights,
he bad succeeded in conceiving and
bringing forth a few Thymeg which, with
their permission, and agreeing to assist
in the chorus he would warble in a man
lier fully equal to a middle Hged mastiff
Kufl'erini! from caturrh. After a few
seini-demi-quarers he pushed his adven
turous bsrlc upon the tune of CVui'-
leen lawn " iu the following '
annex to utitL coos.
Let wiseacres deride,
Aud lay 'allure must betide ,
Every effort to let dullness have its day,
We know " wilt do " ean achieve
Whate'er it trios, so leave
Sir Oracle to mutter aa he may may- may ;
Sir Orae e to mutter as ha may.
, Wit, too, will aim his bolts
At our brotherhood of dolts.
And obscure us for a time with tha smoke, '
But let him flash and blaie,
We. oerchanoe. may inatoh his rays
And pay ilin back with int'rest. Joke fur joke,
And pay him, etc.
The venal knave iu vain
Will join In hopes of gain,
Unless blood from a turnip he can bring.
Could a cent procure a ton
Of coal, there is not one
Of our crowd who could make his kettle sing,'
Of ar orowd, sto.
Thus, not burdened witb supplies,
Not too witty not too wise.
Nor guidod by preemption's flaring light.
We our little bow-wows make.
Which, lest some exception take.
May be mingled with a little bark and bile.
It was agreed that this rihould be the
opening ode of the Cabal, with but one
dissentient, who Ihouglit that in tbeinaiti
the words were pretty good ; bnt on the
whole, he dialiked the air, as being too
much of a bachanHlian character, and
the main object was to keep fre from
audi, thereforx ill the main he would
like it changed.
A dry old I). D. set the mutter at rest
by inquiring, "Why the dull dog who had
just sat down, whs like a mariner at sea?'
and furnishine as answer. "Because his
bark wus on the iniiiii."
Ere the mirth this sully provoked hud
subsided, a regular suurler said he did
not approve of so much levity, and rout
ing euch other, like Hottentots. He pre
ferred something serious, and so would
say a word or twe on the " Intention of
Memphii," which, if things were valued
by their cost, must he of paramount im
pnrtance, for the citizens had paid mil
lions of dollars for them. The advantages
arising from the courtship of the " Sons
of Malta" and " Daughters of Rebecca
were outdone; the daring feats ofthe
" Cadets of Temperance" and " Knights
of St George" were eclipsed ; the " Cross
of St Andrew" and the " Fenian shil
lalah" were nowhere ; oven the financial
genius of the great Don John, who runs
the city machine, is laid in the shade by
some of these same inventions.
The first is a new mode of keeping
county accounts, supposed to have been
invented by the general who first furn
ished barricades with back doors, and
locomotives for safe ruling; it consists
in taking two to yourself and giving one
to the county; and far exceeds the, man
ufacture of bass-wood hams, or the
construction of fire proof dwellings from
condemned flalbosts;" and comes closer
to the mode of keeping accounts adopted
in the days of the daring militia than
auffht I remember to have heard or
Another is, the " pocket-all you-can"
game, winch has been successfully
played by several speculating officials,
in the appropriation of government cot
ton, tome of whom, like the martyrs of
old,' hare come lo grif, and are subsist
ing on bread and water in brown stone
mansions, commonly called jails. Only
that these sufferers lack the courage, their
deeds might shine with the luster of
"Sixteen Stringed Jack',' or " Claude
The third is from Ihe seething brain of
the pious Governor who rules the subju
gated kingdom of Tennessee, by - which
voters are to be registered with a dot, as
the Register is supposed to be unable to
decipher any ether of bis owl hiero
glyphics. But greater than all is the invention
of a watchmaker who, by the power of a
valuable coin, changed the minstrel of
King Duaian Into a newspaper, thereby
excelling the feats ofthe most renowned
demonoligists of the past and spiritual
ists of the present; and shows that in
necromancy as well as negrofaory the
ptople of Memphis are up with the times.
Another D. D.. who seems averse to
long-winded efforts, inquired : "In what
respect does Memphis excel New York?"
and very coolly replied, "In bavin: an
expensive and uitUtt Park V
The B. D. then called for the exercise
of the evening, when a shy little fellow
read a thoughtful and happily expressed
essay on the "The Art of Thinking,"
which is not on 1 too long, but really too
good foe h . newspaper colamn. The
Cabal then adjourned.
AFFBAl ON ! GAYOSO STKfcET
One Man Killed One Wounded
Another deed of blood was added, last
night, to the long ' list 1 we huve hud lo
chronicle for abeut a month past An
affray took place on Gayoso street, be
tween Main and Front, before the house
of prostitution kept by Mollie Fisher,
between Michael Reagan, a night police
man, who was off duty at the time, an
a steamboat engineer, named Michael
Rogan, in which the latter lost his life
and the former was dangerously wounded
It appears that Reagan had been out
riding in a hack with a woman, kept by
Rogan, and that on returning to the
house, about 11 o'clock, they found Rogsi
standing 6n the sidewalk. Some hursl
language was used by tLe men, whe
Reagan, who was still in the hack, struck
Rogan over the head with a stick, an
the latter pulled out his pistol and fired
four shots, three of them taking effect
one in the arm, another in the thigh, an
a third in the abdomen of Reagan,
fired about this time, the ball atrikin
Rogan in the right breast, passing down
ward and through the body. Two po
licemen arrived on the ground about
this time, and Rogan rau . from them
toward and passed through N
engine house falling within about
three feet of 'the back door,
He was carried up stairs, and died in
about five minutes. 4 The firemen took
charge of the body, had it properly at
tended to and watched over until this
morning, when an inquest was held,
Reagun wag taken to his mother's rest
dence, at the foot of Poplar street, a sur
geon sent for, and at last accounts was
doing well. It Is thought he will recover,
Both men, were well known in the city
and are represented as parties who were
never known to avoid a difficulty. Rogan
was a member of the Engineers' Associa
tion, and was last engaged on the steam
boat Pilgrim. The CoroneY held an in
quest this morning, the evidence ad
duced substantiating the above account
with' the exception as to wbo fired th
first shot, which appears in doubt. The
principal wilneas, Mollie Glenn, who ap
pears to have been the cause of the diffi
culty, refused to g ve any evidence, and
the jury adjourned to meet again this
evening at four o'clock.
, Dkad Beats Jioox; out roa thkm.
It is a fact patent to all, that the peopl
of Ibis city fed sympathy for any suf
fering individual, applying to them for
relief, who may have been rendered
helpless' on account of wounds or dis
ease contracted while in the Confeder
ate army. Knowing this to be so, many
parties, too lazy to work for u living,
have been imposing on the sympathy of
this community for several mouths, by
presenting petitions stating that they
were afflicted in some manner or other.
We saw one of these individuals yester
day evening, at the corner of Adams and
Third streets, approach' a couple
young gentlemen, and hand them
paper for their perusal ; the durum en
stHted that the bearer had been a soldier
in the th Alabama cavalry, C. S. A., that
he was in destitute circumstances, and
was endeavoring to raise money enough
to go to Mobile. Upon being told that
there was a Southern Soldiers' Home in
this city, where hewould be attended
to, he said the ladies had so ninny
to . attend to be , did not like
to apply to them, and that he would
rather depend on his own exertions for
the means to get home. He also stated
that be had not had auything to eat du
ring the day, and only wanted a dime to
get a loaf of bread. The young men
gave him a dime each to pet rid of him
and he left, moving away in a slow and
apparently painful manner, as if life
was a burden to him. He then went
into the boarding bouse of Mrs. Larkin,
paper, in hand, and soon returned witb
an elephantine piece of bread and other
eatables, walked to an alley adjoining,
deposited them in a basket carried by
his partner, and then proceeded on his
way to re-enact the same thing as long
as he could find one charitable enough
to give him anything. There are seve
ral of these fellows infesting nur city at
the present time, and everybody should
be on the lookout fur them. We have
heard of two or three of them making
pilgrimage of Sonth Memphis la.it week,
visiting the houses in the day lime, wl
they knew the men were away, and they
conld uninterruptedly pcur their suffer
ings into the willing cars of the Indies.
In some cities the police arrest auch im-
posters and put them or the chain gang
to improve their love of work ; an exam
pie of this sort would he beneficial le
Prktty Sharp. A country darkey,
who had never seen the FreedmenV Bu
reau, arrived in the city Saturday, and
nqnired of a gentleman of color the
way to the place where the Bureau might
be found. The town ilar.cy piloted him
to the spot, and observing he was green,
thought he would make something, so he
told his country cou,in that there was
the Bureau, they would give him any
thing he wanted, " for which you owe
me thirty five cenls." Thegreeu darkey
looked astonished, and argued the poiut,
but he finally pulled out his wallet, paid
the money, and went off muttering, " For
bich you owe me thirty-five cents."
A Cabd to tbs Mkrcbakys Mer-
hanta of Memphis who defire to extend
their business, could not avail themselves
of ft better opportunity than that offered
through the columns of the Bolivar Bui
Ittin. This paper is printed in the thriv-
ng city of Bolivar, Hardeman county,
Del circulates extensively in one of the
richest portions of West Tennessee, The
advertising rates of the Bulletin are low
and uniform: One square (ten lines),
three months, $C ;' two. squares, three
months, 18 ; four squares, three months,
f!2; and all others in proportion. 9 lm
Persons interested lo secure
the northeastern section of our
a lot in
reminded that a large number of lots sit
uated on Brinkley avenue, at iu inter
section with the Raleigh road will be
sold at auction on next Thursday umrii.
ing at tea o'clock, by Monsarrat, Lanier
& Co. .The lots have been subdivided
into small lots, so as to place it within
the reach of persons of small means.
The street railway will pass by these lots
and hence it will be convenient as a
residence to business men. It will
be well to go and look at the
"Gates subdivision" before day of sale.
The terms are exceedingly liberal.
Metropolitan Police. The uew po
lice assembled for drill this morning at
headquarters, and were marched under
their captain to the drill room over Pat
terson's stables, on Monroe street, where
they were put through the positions of a
policeman, facings, etc. They were a
fine-looking body of men, aud if their ac
tions correspond with appearances, will
make good officers. They drill morning
and evening. The vacant sergeantcy
will be filled by the appointment of some
old citizen, as soon as a selection can be
RelioioU8. The pastors of tho city
churches have arranged for a series of
meetings this week, to take place at the
Court street Tabernacle. Dr. Steadmati
will preach to-night, Rev. A. II. Thomas
Tuesday uight, Rev. T. D. Witherspoon
Wednesday night, Rev. R. Junes Thurs
day, and Rev. J. C. Davis, of the Cum
berland Presbyterian Church, on Friday
night. There will also be a general
prayer meeting held at the Tabernacle
each morning at ten o'clock, conducted
by the different pastors.
Miss Ada Montrose at the Good Idea.
Save Yol'b Monet. You can save a
large share of your money by having
your job printing executed at the Pi bi.io
Leiioeb office. We make a specialty of
this part uf our business, and, having
the most complete establishment in the
Southwest, our facilities for doing the
best of work at lowest rates are 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 Btreet. t
First Baptiht Church. The servi
ces at this, church yesterday ware very
interesting. Rev. Mr. Miller preached
at both hours. At night the congrega
tion wus very large, giving very earnest
attention to the singularly impressive
sermon, addressed to the young. The
uioruiug prayer meeting, this a.m., at !)
o'clock, was well attended, and gave
promise of good reMilts. To-night Mr.
Miller preaches again, and the series of
meetings will continue.
Down Thv Go. Kill lleadeeleguntly
printed for fifteen dollars a ream at the
Public Lehuks otliee. ' f
NerVoI'knesr. The cure of nervous
liess is best effected by restoring the
healthy action of the stomach and bowls,
and by proper exercise in the open air.
The stomach ahould not be overloaded
with indigestible fund ; the bowels should
be occasionally relieved by small dotes
of Roback's Blood Pillx, The eminent
surgeon Abernethy's injunction to i
nervous lady, is worthy a place here
"Dismiss your servants, mudarui, and
make your own bedn." t
Johnny Runhton at the Good Idea.
At'CiUENTAI.l.T shot. Mr. trnsfein
one of the members of the Memphis
Sharpshooters, was accidentally shot
through the fleshy part of his left leg,
above the knee, while attending at
shooting match near Fort Pickering He
was stationed behind an embankment
near the principal target for the pur
pose of observing the shots, when he in
cautiously exposed himself and was
wounded. The hurt is painful but not
Down ThetGo. Our prices have been
reduced on all other classes of printing
in like ratio. t
Picnu s appear to be all the ruge again,
several coming off during the present
eek. To nun inw ilioie will be one given
in a Grove m Chelsea tor the benebt 01
the Christian Brotherhood schools, and
all those who lake an interest in the edu
cation ofthe youth of our city ahould be
present to help the good cause, and en
joy themselves iu a pleasant fa anaer at
the same time.
M'i.i.e Zatia ut the Good Idea.
Rrt-outiER's C'icrt. Business vas
lively at Recorder Creighton's office this
morning, the police having made: fifty
one arrests sin.-e Saturday. Twenty-five
were fined, a few dismissed, and several
cases laid over till to-morrow. Fines, to
the amount of one hundred and ninety
five dollars, were assessed. Of the num
ber fined, fifteen had been on " drunks,"
and one for shooting in tha corporation.
St. Agnes Academy. The young la
dies of this celebrated institntion of
learning, will give a concert on next
Thursday evening, and a rich treat is
expected from what has been said by
those wbo are acquainted with the young
ladies and their musical abilities.
Im Wallace, danseuse Good Idea.
The French are rarely willing to ad
mit that Parisian skill can be surpassed
a the manufacture of asticlea of taste
nd luxury, and yet Phalon't "Kight-
Blooming Cereus" has been adopted by
the leading French familiee here aa su
perior to any of the floral extracts put
p ia Paris -Jfosa-e SenHttrl. 3t
Alarm or Fire The alarm of fire,
about eleven o'clock this morning, wat
occasioned by the burning of an old shed
somewhere on Brinkley avenue. Th
engines turned out promptly, but were
t eoplk will purchase tin, iron an
cooper ware of Blood ii. Co., because
they have the largest assortment in th
city, at3Cl Main street, and 40 and 40
Monroe street. fc
Boreas. Not the FreedtoWs, bu
those elegant articles of furniture just
received by Ames, Woodbury k Jones,
which the ladies admire. Go to ' 302
Main street aad see them.
Georuk Power at the Good Idea.
Get the best and the chespest Yeast
Powders made in the United States of
Matthew Murphy, manufacturer, 113
Jefferson street. Buy it by the pound,
and save the price of cans, labels, etc.
Throwiku Stones A young gent was
fined eleven dollars this morning by the
Recorder for amusing himself by throw
ing stones on Main street, Saturday even
ing, while a atreet ear was passiag.
URVNE IN unuRCH. -1 he charge
against one of the culprits arrested yes
terday was for being drunk in church
He was fined appropriately. '' 1 '
1 j 1 '
Counterfeiter. Sum Grey, a col
ored individual, was arrested on Satur
day evening for passing t-uyuterfeit
fJo.wiii, fi per weK, at (he Losuio-
polilan restaurant, N'n. &) Monroe street
Also, office rooms to rent."
m29 lm B. Hoi.hmh.k lc Co.
Wilson k Beakii, attorneys, have
moved iheir law office lo No. 13 Court
street. jl3 3t
No. 39C. There is a charm in th
number, and that is why Cayce has fixed
his headquarters at 3!iG Main street.
Oscar Willis at the Good Idea.
a , , . .
Special Notices will be n.pind iu this col
u inn for ten cents per line lor erli ioturtion.
UAYO-0 SAVINGS INS'1 1 fl TIOX.
MEMPHI?, TXSK(5flK. '
Ranking House, 19 Madron sr
Thla Inetltutlo- transacts Ueae
ral Exchange ad BanklBf Buelnese
Will receive Dcpoalts, bujr aad aell
ForelK and Domeetlc aYxcuange
Gold, Silver and linrnrtsnl Money
JOHN C. L A NIK It, Pres'l.
Circulation. A morning paper teei the
following; lines, in lame letters, at the head of
its editorial columns : " Largest circulation o
an? paper in West Tennessee. Largest citrcir-
filiation." The oity rireulatl-m of the l't uliii
Lkduis is gresur Iban tbat of any other ieer
published in Memphis, a ! which the editor
of the paper alluded to is perfectly aware of.
Comment is unnecessary.
Helmbold's Extract Buchn and improved
Hose Wash cures score t and delicate disorders,
in all their stagi-s, at little expense, little or no
i liaiige in diet, no inconvenience, and uo expo
rare. It is pleasant in taste aud odor, iiuincdi
ale in its action, and free from all injurious
Our Publie Directory. Straugers visiting
theiity iu iiuest of auy ofthe neceis'tiee or
luxuries of life, will find the aauies of all tit
tirst-oliu- buAineys houses in our city, lege bur
ti!h a WwoHiik'Utit of other iiniortant in lor
iiiatiou in mi r " I'ulilip Directory " rolumii on
the Hist pe -f the l'mi 11: Lkooks.
For uon-retenti'in 01 uoutiouiireitl urine,
iirita:i n, inflammation or ulceration of the
hlaldr, or kulueys, disease of Hie prostate
laudr, stniie in the bladder, calculus, gravel or
briik-du.t deposit, aud all diseaeol the blvl
der, kidneys, and dropsical swellings, use
IleliuboU's Fluid Kl tract Bucku. jei-lui
Notice. We earnestly request our frionds
not to pay uiore than five cents a copy fur the
Public Lkhoks. We aell to the newsboys at
two cents a copy, thus allowing iheia over a
hundred per cent, profit on every paper.
Helmbold's Concentrated --tract Buchu
is the great diuretic. Helmbold's Concentrated
Eitiact Siarsupsrilla ia the grant blood purifier,
Both are prepared according to rules of phar
macy and chemistry, and are the :nost active
that can be made. je-t-lm
Hombold's Extruct Buchu gives health and
vigor to the frame aud bloom to the pallid
ebeek. Debility ia accompanied by many
alarming symptoms, and if no treatment ia sub
mitted to, consumption, inequity or epileptic fits
Carriage and Celibacy, aa Essh? of Warn
ing and Instruction for Young Men. Also,
Diseases and Abuses which prostrate the vital
powers, with sure means of relief, teal free of
charge in sealed letter envelope. Address, Dr.
J. EKILLIN lluUOUTON. Howard Associa
tion, Philadelphia, Pa. apl9-3tn
A Il-ady and conclusive teat of the proper
ties or lielmbold's Fluid Fxtract Buchu will
be a comparisoa with those set forth in the
United 8ttes Dispensatory. jet-lm
-Rfeehlti and delicate constitutions, of both
seius, are Helmbold's Extract Pucho. It will
give brisk and enerretie fucliiu-s and eaable
you lo sleep w. II. j . je4-ls
Take no mure unpleasant and uusafe reme
dies for unpleasant and dangerous diseases.
Use Udmbold't Extneet Dacha and Improved
Helmbold's Kluid Extract Baekn is pleai
ant ia taste and odor, free from all injurious
properties, and immediate in its action, je-lm
The Glory ef Xaa is Btrengto-Therefore,
th nervoas and debilitated should immediately
oae Helmbold's Extract Buchu. jet-lm
Xauhood ent youthful vigor are regained by
Helmbold's Extract Buchu. jet-lm
Shattered Coastitutioaj restored by Helm
bold's Extract Bochn. jet-lm
The Port of Memphis.
This morning the river at this point
was at stand. The weather was warm
and unpleasant, with a fine breeze. Bus
nets was very lively, and looked as if
making up for lost time.
The following are the arrivals and d
parturea since our last:
Argosy, New Orleans." - -Mollie
Able, St Looix .
Northwest, St Fraacii river.
Dee Arc, Vicksborg
Atlantic. St Low is.
City of Cairo, St Louis.
Golden Eagle, Cincinnati.
Marble City, St Lottie,
Petroha. White river.
Linnie Drown, Pine Bluff
Louisiana, New Orleans.
St Patrick, Viekshurg.
Lady, Halle's Point
Mollie Able, New Orleans.
. Atlantic, New Orleaas,
Boats in Port.
City of Cairo, Guidon, Des Are, Got
den Eagle, Northwest ' ' '
' Boats Leaving To-Day.
At 5 o'clock this evening the flag-ship
of the St. Louis Packet Company, the
far fmned City of Cairo, in obarge of
Capt Bob K. Riley, leaves for Cairo
and St Louis! The Cairo Is a gay boat,
lives well, aud has good officer- Tickets
can be obtained of Win. Dill, Esq., agent,
or at the Union ticket office, 5 Jefferson
The celebrated steamer Des Arc is the
Vicksburg . packet this evening at 5
o'clock, without fail. Parties desiring a
pleasant trip on a fast boat, with officers
who are noted for looking after tha safety
and comfort of passengers, should em
brace the present opportunity. Captain
Tom Barry conuiand-
The neat little steamer -Northwest sails
for St. Francis river this evening at 5
Boats Leaving To Morrow
Ohio river .travelers are informed that
the Golden Eagle leaves for Cincinnati
to-morrow evening at 5 o'clock, Captain
Ben. M. Merrilles in command. ' '
Miscellaneous. ' '
The St. Francis river is risioi At
Cincinnati the Ohio has been on a stand,
with 7 feet on the shoalest bar thence
in Louisville. At Cairo a full of 4 inches
hud taken place. At Louisville there are
ii feet C inches water in the canal. On
the falls there were :H feet water in the
1'iiss dowu the Indian chute. ' i
The Si. Louis Jtepublican, of Satur-
duysays: At this point the Mississippi
is again rising rapidly, the much talked
of "June rise" coming down in full
force; the Missouri also continues to
swell rapidly, with every prospect of
equaling the heavy spring rise. ' Dis
patches from.lhe Upper Mississippi also
annoances a rise-in the river at Keokuk.
Yesterday morning it had risen about
five inches on the rapids.
Snu-noAT Printino. We respectfully
ask our nteatuboat friends to call and ex
amine the specimens of fine steamboat
printing daily executed at the Pdblio
Lkiuikr otliL-e. Our prices will be fouud
to comjiare favorably with thuae of Cin
cinnati or St. Louis, and lo be greatly
below those asked by other city offices.
Bring jour -orders directly to us, and
uve. the commission charged by parties
who lake in work they are not prepared
to execute. ! t
Monetary and Commercial
a i ' r.
Money Market ' ii
Ksuhanre is buying at par, aad selling at H
prtunuiu. lime bill are Ireeiy taken at ins
(ulluwing quotation: Thirty da bills, per
oeii'. ilifi-uunt: fifteen day bills, per cent
di- Hunt : iu day bills, Vi per ceut. discount.
liiild i- in great demaLd.
Tho Bank buy gold to-day at Silver
2V b'lyiiK, :0c selling.
Interest bearing Note improve a th Inter
est accrues. Date of June, ls&l, com ana
111); ef July. 4. 10.1", : of August IBM,
lot' ; uf (HH.tber. MA. I0TH ! of December, IS
M : of Mv, lNli. t!,c pram.
City A rip ami Coupons, IM to 76a.
Minieipii Cotton Sioney,2Uc.
Thore is a continued good demand for I'nioa
Bank notu at TU buying, and 76 selling.
Planters Umik note are bought at It) and
sold at tt. .'
Bank of Tennessee notes are dull and heavy.
witb ao di ti Mid, though it ia now conceded tbat
II da i t. ' eapective of aignatures. w.ll be ac
knowledged in liquidating prior to May, Iftil
' ' Cotton Market.
There was littlo doing in the cotton market
this morning, buyers aad seller entertaining
different ideas as to prices. A few forced sale
ware made t the following rate :
Ordinary: I Middling ti93o
Good Ordinery.--W4.il Strict Mid dims-
Low Jliddlin I (soot Middling-ST-
UAUUING, per yard,
India n su J o ;u
Power loom U A2 4 0 M
U ROOMS, per di isen,... 2 5u 6 60
LKA.NS, per bushel.
Navy . 1 75 I 00
HUTTEK. per pound, t
Common - u a
Tubs 0-30 ' 35
C AS D L ri. per pound,
ritar '-- 0 23 0 U
CHEKMi, per pound
w estern Reserve.......... u - ) U 7Z
Eurli-.li Dairy nil 0 2i
CHICK I.N3, per ilioou...
CUc'F-K. por pound.
7 00 is T !fl
, ti ffl
. n .w
, 0 i
. 4 75
, v in
. II 26
a t Kg
a (I t i
t. 9 Ol
Ml II I .
a 0 i"
Et3, per doten
Hay, per too, ;i ill a uu
Hay, inferior .....-li 00 Jl 00
Bras a m no
Ci.rn. bar bnshel V ST'.
tl 0 S",.a 0 Mis
Mackerel No,l per Dtt zz ui etr.'fm
No. 2 " .20 lJ la.il (ti
" No.l hf.bel II ll 12 00
" ' Jfo.l 10 on fell OS
No. 1, per tit 3 111 lo) 0 00
; I i " i' N t" e- i ''
l)ry Cud, per pound...- M Mil
White 1 !-h.i.erhl. bbl I 50 (.
JyU K, per -arret.
T 50 Milt
V in a V M
.10 ( w 1 i-
12 ii et'l l is'
lo UO (917 U'
fKUII. l-er karret.
A pole, areen,...
as 1(1 is
A 0 16
Dried iwachea. baJ
uunaies, new, O JO l O
ttaiinie. sen.nd band.... U la if) II Hi
Hurls i.s. secoud baud.. II IS tej 0 Is
Quarter aegs... I2
hell kea e 6 7t
Ken L2 U)
N aila. per ka(. a 31 to V Bt
Cut spike- a 0 a 8 (d
Wroiurht boat spike-... -U - aela On
Castiot-. hollow war lb 0 to t 0 104
Bariroa 0 7 0 Da
Horse-shoe tree-- t a 0 It
Mad rod 0 1 Hot 0 i
Cast steal. Itorl-h. M a)
Blister steeL irlh V l e)
liennaa sle 0 3D
tARI. per poand.
l. ape !
w o to
MOLASskS, per ralloa.
fiarTei and aU
OILS, per i-Uoa.
. o co ' o
1 ai alio
. t 1 3
.IM 1 no
...M on mn w
.. fl e) Z1H
o i ; a lo
- ii 0 22
- S H'4 9 si
PROVISIONS. .. .
Fora. ae, perbnj
Clear v - per la-f - i
BreakC-rt. per ii
Ham, sunr-e red
15 a i
RICE, per poand.
S 129 IS
rw... II IS
0 2b W 0 25
a no t a ee
... .,' t H ttCK
1 , IM
1 .; n
ARE U1VEQ UII
,. .' "J", , to co-mo '
Scrofula, Sjphili, Skin J1
. nixe, Old Sores, Salt Jtheum,
Dygpepiar Indigestion ,'
f,tver Complaint, Rheumatism,
Fever and Ague, St. Ai
Erysipelas, Tumors, Erupt; mn,
Fits, Scrofulous Con
- sumption, etc.
q q : q J q M ? ?
OSS person write, her daughter wu cur. I
of Kit of aloe years' standing, and 6U Vim'
dance of two year.
ANOTHER write, hi son wu cured uiti r
bis flesh bad almost wasted away. ,
The doctor pronounced the ease lnciii.il!".
ANOTHEKwaa cared of Fever and A;;ur id'-
ter tryina every medicine ia his rearb.
ANOTHIH waa cured of Fever Bore wlnli
had existed fourteen years.
ANOTHKB of Rheumatism of eight )-'..
Oasea innumerable of Dyspepsia and l.iv-r
Complaint could be mentioned, in which Die
Ponder end Jills worit like a, chnrm.
THE , BLOOD FILLS
Are the most active anoV thorough pills tlist
hare ever been introduced-. They act so di
rectly npoa the LWer, eioilinif that org.m tn
such an extent a that the system di not re
lapse foto Its former condition, which is too
to be the case with aimply a purgative p;N.
They are really a
BLOOD AND LIVER PILL,
and. ia conjunction with tha
Will our all the aforemonttoned diseases, as I,
of themselves, will relieve and cure
Headache. Costiveness, Colli;
-Fains, Cholera Morbus,
Indigestion, Pain in the Bowela,
Dizziness, &o., &c.
Stomach Bitters I
Phould b owd by ecmTA.flfwenU to utrngtf.pn
th proctntioa which lwy follows i;ut
Try ttaofte ndtoinet, and ron will never re
gret it. Ak your neighhortt who hnvf n"
tnem, wid the? will hhjt thT nre GOOD
MEDICINES, nod you should try tliem I--ofe
going lor physician,
PRINCE, WALTON At CO.,
(Successors to Pr. C. W. Roliack.)
No. 5r5, 68, 60 St 62 E. Third Bt.
Aro Sold by all Druggists and
Dealers in Patent Medicines
NEAT AND ELEGANT
. . -AT-I
O W PRICES.
$6 AND $6 50 PER 1000.
BTl.LH KA US,
. . BILLHEADS,
$15 00 PER REAM.
.!.... , - CIRCULARS.
$10 TO $15 PER REAM.
$14 00 PER REAM.
Lower Than All Others.
PRui. K.AM MLS.
Aad emfain; la v ti wrutepUy and
aeaUr printed enieanatleterm. at th
PUBLIC IOCPGF.B OFFICII
Brii.jia.suer order to th old Maad.
ICO. 13 MADISOlf STREET,
IT her lhr will reeeire ear proe-p; re"0l