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M WALKER & TOZER
11 (Suooanor to W. IT. Wilkerson A Co..)
No. 120 Beal street. Memphis, Terna.
"DARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO
1 compounding prescriptions. Wekeepoon
stantly on bud a large stock of par Dni
"nOR TAX COLLECTOR ON PRIVILEGES
J? at tin ensuing June election. I annoiinee
uiyseit a candidate lor lax collector on rrivp
legee at the ensuing eleotion in June.
ROLOM AN BAER.
1?UK MAYORIN HUSPONHK TO TUB
X? call of many votor. I announce mrself a
a candidal lor mayor, at the election in J une,
apst-te K. K. BEl'KTKL.
TA)R MAYOK.-W. 0. BRYAN IS A CAN
X diuate lor Mayor, at tu ensuing election.
rno THE VOTERS OF MEMPHIS. I A
X a candidate for the offioe of Mayor, at t
ensuing June election.
trt WM T. FKBOI'PON
A GREAT RARQAIV l-A HOUSK CON
A taiuing 7 rooms oeatly finished, a good eii
terns) fenee. etc. alt newly finished and Just
ready for oecanancy on a tea yean' lease, will
be sold rery low for cash. Apply at Ho. 40
r.xobange street, to . ' " f
I...VJ , ' t J' A . WAnltrtM '
"PINE GROWING CROP FOR 8ALK.-126
A. acre fine cotton, to acres eurn, all in good
condition, with stock, towls, provisions anil
contract with hands, and the use of a line home,
garden and orchard, lifteeii miles from Mem
bis. on Mississiooi and Tennessee railroad,
or sale cheap. Apply to
Real Estate Agents,
&'.) Main street.
T70R SALE CEDAR POSTS FOR SALE
X at No. 44 Mam street, at 4" cents each, by
JHW tt. f. IfAlts a t.
L?0R 8ALE.-A SODA-WATER STAXI)
L corner Main and Jefferson streets. Je20-2w
UOR SALE-LEAF TOBACCO, FOR CI-
X ear makers, at No. 44 Main street, !y
JelD-lw K. P. BATES CO.
IJ0R 8ALE.-30 OK 3S ACRES OF GOOD
V rich, timbered land, lying within 21) yards
of Horn Lake deot; the timber good; two
building sites 12 milai from Memohis. A bar-
IKaincanbe bad if application is made soon.
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-, t'v j w luf nuuDrBigumi t uuiu uui ueput.
miss, a lenn. it. it.
Je20-lw S. J. LESTKR.
FOR SALE. 12 ACRES OF LAND ON THE
Hernando road, four miles south t the
city ; one of the most desirable lots in the conn,
try. For oarticularsaDnlv to E. WHITMOKE,
or to MONSARRAT, LANIKR A CO , Irving
TO COUNTRY PRINTERS.
We have a large stock of printing paner 27g
k4) on hand, which we offer at the lowext mar
ket prices, utner sues win ue iurmsnea io or.
Jer. Address cash orders to
v 'WHIIMOKE BKUH..
mylo-lm Public Lkpokr nfliee.
I ,M)R HALE. AN ADAM PRESS. FLATTEN
r 19x25 inches, withisteam apparatus complete:
will be sold low if applied for soon. It is in
Irood running order, and may he seen running
liny day in our posseesion.
Apply to, or address, ,
FOR RENT-STORE HOUSE, 2 ROOMS,
and a kitchen, a good oistern and gArden.
Vpplyon the premises, southwest corncrJauey
i nd vanoe streets. jeii-iw
.10k RRNT-A VKHY I) KS1 K A I! I.K HES
' ioenee on Linden street, near Main, with
arpeta far Sale. Call immediately, - '
J. a. j. c.uu ii.
j23-3t No. HI Madison street,
IL'OR RENT A FINELY FURNISHED
IP residence on Main street, between Linden
nd Pontotoc. Possession given on ihuisday.
luneznth. Apply to
JOHN . CAMKKOS, ,
)c2Mw No. 2 .TorTcrs n street.
ll'o canvass for the official Southern history of
feHE LOST CAUSE
By B.! A.! Pollard; bf Virginia.
omplete in oi large rnyal nntaro volume
witn 2t one sievi ponra h1.
Tircnlara sent free to any address.
BW Tn enereettA men and women a rare
haance ii offered to make money. Address
J. ts. btliu-x,
)c4-6mi ' PnMler. Vpm,hts. Tenn
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For Ten Years.
T have for lease REVERAL LOTS ON MAD
SON STREET, east of railroad bridge, at from
2 to 7 per loot tront,
Apply to ' Titon. nciiuun,
Court street, east of Charleston Deptft.
icl-lm JOHN P. ARMOUH.
mj heretofore existing between R. II. N orris
IVl A. Russell, under tbe style of Norris A
kutell, expired on June 1st, by mutual oon
Mixphis. June 20. 18C6. lw
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TlkrtP DITft I TDa
A CI RODE.
No. & Front street
, corner Court.
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I BROOKS, NEELY A CO.,
No. t-'Hl J ron t Ktreet.
Between Court and Madison.
AT. ARE DAILY RECF..YTX I COX-
.igninenf of Fl..ur. Ba.n. Pork. Lard,
'bi'key. etc. which are aelliag at the lew-
t m.rkrf rnth nrires. Jell-.lrms
.AIUI N, PIX4SK XOTICE.
i Mils. I.. HOWi;un,
H MONROE STREET.
M RS. H. IS PRFPARED ,T0D0 ALL
1 kinds or I-i.iakini at the shortest ao-
J : also famish trianmian if requu-wt. r
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Office. 13 Madiaon.' Street.
LARGEST CITY CIBCt'LATION.
Monday Bvanlng, Jane 25th, 1866
Local Notjcm, ' inserted among the
readinK matter, will be charged twentw
cents per line lor eacn insertion. .,
Pittsburg Coal Brown 4 Jones, of
fice 247 Second street. . Branch oQioe,
374 Main street- R. C. Hit, agent ' f
' ' PiTTSBoaa Coal. Briggs & Peterson,
office 13 Madison street. Branch office,
341 Main street J. B. Moseley, agent.
Pittbudbo CoaU Binley, Mellersb t
Cd i. office No. 62 Jefferson street, one
door cant of Second, " ' t
St. John's Day Masonic Celebba
tion. Yesterday being Sti John's day,
was duly celebrated by the Masons of
Memphis by services at the Court street
Tabernacle. , The anniversary falling on
Sunday interfered with the festivities in
cident to the occasion, which were post
poned until to-day,' and as we write,
many of the brethren and their friends
are enjoying themselves amid the shady
forest trees of Arkansas, in pleasures in
cidental to a grand picnic; while many
others can be seen passing along onr
streets, with the determination to go and
do likewise. 1 Yesterday the various
lodges assembled in regalia at their
lodge-rooms, and proceeded quietly to
the Tabernacle to take part in honoring
the day of their patron saint as St. John
is generally called. There was not a
large attendance outside of the. Masons
the insufferable heat of the day deter
ring many who lived at a distance from
being present but many ladies en
livened the scene by their presence. On
the platform were the chief officers of
the Lodges, Chapters and Commanderies
of otif city, among whom we noticed:
IT. Lemon, Eminent Commander of Cy
rene Commandery of Knights Templars ;
J. J. Worsham, Past Grand King of tbe
State; A. J, Wheeler, Grand High Priest
of Penn Chapter; John Gent, T. I. M.
of Eureka Council j Charles J. Phillips,
W. M. South Memphis Lodge; H. J.
Lynn, W.' M. Hamilton Lodge; R. W.
Mitchell, W. M. Lelia Scott Lodge, and
D. C. Trader, W. M. Angerona Lodge.
The exercises were opened by Bro. H. J.
Lynn, W.' M., reading selections from the
Scriptures, after which a Masonic ode
was sung by' several of the members of
the Philharmonic : Society. -pro. J. 3-J
Worsharo; V G, K., then read the "Res
nrrectidn prayer'' from the ritual', after
which the Philharmonics sung another
ode, when Bro. A. J. Wheeler, & H. P.,
arose and introduced to the audience tbe
Rev. S.' HVFord, LL; D.J a faember of
the ancient ordej1 pC Knights Templars,
who had been elected to deliver an ad'
dresS appropriate, to toe- day". r The ora
tor spoke of the early days' of Masonry;
and how we could trace' it from genera
tion " to generation back to the time of
Solomon, and beyond that 4s far as
history was recorded. " He spoke in glow
ing tf rms of "the beauties of Masonry;
the benefits derived frorq it; the bless
ings conferred upon civilization through
its members, who were fo be found in
every land and every clime, among the
great and good men of the earth. In
speaking of the strong ties which bound
members of the craft to each other, be
illustrated bis remarks by giving severat
instances where lives of Federal soldiers
had been saved by Southern Masons
during the late war, and closed by giving
some good advice to Masons in symbol
etic language the beauties of which, we
were told, could only be appreciated by
members of tbe mystic tie. ' The address
occupied fifty-five minutes in delivery;
and tbt earnest enunciation, choice lan
guage, clear voice and appropriate ges
tures of the orator were well appreciated
by the audience, as evinced, by their
marked attention to bis remarks After
tbe singing of another ode in charming
tyle, by the Philharmonics, the outsiders
left for home, and the Masons to attend
the funeral of a deceased brothers a
stranger. 1 1
Law. Tbe Common Law Court com
menced operations this morning, with
1C92 cases on the trial docket, and 1602
on the appearance docket Judging
from the lively business is all the Courts,
the people of this city are a law-loving
community, and consider it their duty to
maintain in ' style commensurate with
their dignity the array of lawyers good
and bad whose " shingles " are to be
seen on every aide. With a little sense
and forbearance, one-half the suits could
be settled before going into Court, and
considerable money saved. But we
ought not to advise people that way, for
what would become of the one-horse
lawyers, who are always looking out for
a case, like a hog rooting around in a
barnyard, and are willing to do anything,
however mean ami contemptible, so that
they can obtain a fee. To folks about to
resort to law, we commend the following
as requisite to sncress In a law suit : A
good cause, a good judge, a good lawyer, .
good witness, a good jury, a good
purse, and last, though not least, good
Raid ox Keso The police stepped
into the c.imblinir establishment at 14
Jcfferoa street, on Saturday night
shortly after twelve o'clock, and kenoed
without buying a card, turning' the
pot" over to the city treasury. Four
teen were arrested, eleven being caught
playing, and thres wailing for lunch.
Eleven were fined eleven dollars each
this morning. Two of them were with
out funds, having invested their last
stake, consequently they will have to
work twenty-three dayi on the chain-
gang.-' Three of them adjourned their
cases until Wednesday morniag,' when
they will have a lawyer to defend them.
The proprietor of the establishment also
bad bis case laid over to the same time,
after presenting a private document to
the Recorder, which bad . been ; issued
from the Mayor's office, and which he
expected wonld cause th Instant dismis
sal of the, charge. Wonder what , that
document wasT 8urely the Mayor does
not issue private license for people to
keep gambling booses. ;i '. , .
StTBUBBAN Residences. To-morrow
morning, at, 9i o'clock omnibuses, will
leave Monsarrat, Lanier & Co.'s office,
Irving Block, to take all who may wish
to attend the sale of suburban lands,
which are located between the Poplar
street road and the Raleigh road, and in
the immediate neighborhood of the resi
dences of Geo. L Holmes and Mr.
Creigbton, in one of the healthiest, most
pleasant and best improved sections.
Persons who may wish a country resi
dence, within half hour's drive of the
city, or those wanting a market garden,
will do well to attend this sal Each
tract has forest trees and each is well
watered by Cypress creek. Ample re
freshments ' will be provided on ' tbe
ground, and persons who may wish to
spend a profitable day in the country
Will do well to be punctual at 9 o'clock,
Ht the Irving Block.
A kobo Dkk. At' the corntr of
Gajoso and Desoto streets there is a ne
gro grocery and a kind of beer garden,
where the Ethiopians of the neighbor
hood enjoy ' the- blessings' 'of " Civil
Rights " to their heart's content There
may be found, at almost any time, negro
roughs, who are always ready to fleece
any unsophisticated darkey who may
venture within their clutches, and hardly
a day or night passes that there is not a
disturbance, in which pistols, knives and
clubs are used very freely, the roughs be
ing so well organized that they whip as
well as fleece their victims. This place
has become quite a nuisance, and the
citizens of the neighborhood are loud in
their condemnation of the city author!
ties fur noLsupprensing it.' i his matter
should be investigated, and a stop put to
i t t :
' Pbettv O'a'x t.-Mury Richmond, well
known as the keeper of tbe house of ill
fame called tbe " Iron-clad," was arrested
last night'for' disorderly condutt It
appears that a couple of policemen went
there to arrest somebody, when Madame
greeted them with the heaviest epithets
the English language could express.
They had some trouble in arresting her.
having to drag her part of the way to the
station-house, and when the party
reached there she refused to put up a for
feit, although having plenty of .money
with her, staying in the lock-op until this
morning. The Recorder fined her ten
dollars; and cost, wbioh, she vowed ahe
would never pay, and was locked up
again. in about an nour she changed
her1 mind, paid her fine, and Was driven
uome in m aaca. ,
j Coost Square. This choice spot is
crowded every evening by happy groups
of young and old, who embrace the op
portunity of getting ontin the open, air
when tbe sun has ceased to be trouble'
tome, i It is getting 4ob quite a resort
for lovers, who appreciate the privilege
of being able to sit down -in the .shade
and listen and repeat vows of eternal
devotion, etcJ 1 Last night' we envied
couple their happiness, as they sat in a
poetie position, hand in hand, in blissful
enjoyment of the moment, while '.the
gentle breeze wafted sweet odors to them
from the many magnolia trees around.
Courting in Court Square. ' Very appro
priate, j . i '"r
HeaIth or Memphis Last week there
were thirty-four deaths in the city, nine
teen being children under three years of
age. Eight white' males died from pistol
shots, two ; small-pox, one ; cbronio he
patitis, one; congestive fever, one'; en
teritis, 'one ; typhoid fever, one; pneu
monia, one, , Two white females died of
enteritis. Four colored males died, one
of small-pox. Two colored females, one
of small pox, and one of parturition.
Seven of the children died of cholera' in
fantum) two of spasms, one of measles,
one of small-pox, two of diarrhea, one of
A Cabd to the ' Merchants. Mer
chants of Memphis who desire tn extend
their business, could not avail themselves
of s better opportunity than that offered
through the columns of the Bolivar Jivlr
Xeiiu. This paper is printed in the thriv
ing city of Bolivar, ' Hardeman county,
and circulates extensively riu one of the
richest portions of West Tennessee. The
advertising rate's 'of the Bulletin are low
and uniform : One square len lines),
three months', $6; ' two "squares, three
months, $9'f four squares', three moojhs,
til; nd all others in proportion.. 91m
Notice . o. be Public. The under
signed, doairoua of reducing -their im
mense stock of foreign -dry goods, con
sisting in part of Slack arid fancy silks,
dress goods, linens, white good., lace
points, (ilk mantles (Paris styles), Gren
adine shawls, laces, insertions, embroi
deries edgings, will sell at price corre
sponding with gold at 25 per cenl pre
mium Also, always on hand a large
and well assorted stock of plain and
fancy goods of domestic manufacture.
, . . Mack Bros, t Bob,
je25 l w ; No. 2C1 Main street
Horsts or III. fame. This journal
has often complained of some of our
principal streets being disgraced by
houses of ill farue, and we imagined that
our endeavors to.correct the evil would
be successful when the Board of Mayor
and Aldermen paased resolutions Order-
ng the Chief of Police to abate eeveral
of them as nuisances. e have waited
long and patiently for somethiegjo be
done, but the places still stand and flaunt
their aigns in the presence of virtuous
ladies. There could not have been less
attention paid to tbe resolutions if they
bad been passed by a Board of Jackasses.
Fin Alabm. Tbe ringing of tbe fire
bells about half past eleven o'clock last
night was occasioned by a false alarm.
The engines turned out promptly and
went Chelsea-ward, but soon returned
We were particularly struck by the able
manner in which engine No. 2 was
driven, the driver managing the horses
as if he bad been born with reins in his
bands and a whip in his' mouth.'' As it
sped along Main street, it looked like a
modern representative of a chariot of tbe
Cure for Fever asd Ague. Com
mon salt, in doses of a tablespoonful
every third hour, dissolved in water,
commencing fifteen hours anterior to the
time for tbe next paroxysm, is one of
the best domestic remedies for intermit
tent fever. The patient should aloevao-
uate tbe bowels with Roback's Blood
Pills, and use the Stomach Bitters as
a tonic. This treatment will be found
very beneficial, and often cure the worst
case of fever and ague. t
, Don't forget Messrs. Monsarrat tc La
nier's sale of suburban lots, of five and
ten acres, out en the Garrett tract, four
miles east of Memphis, avhalf mile east
of McConnell's, Raleigh road. They have
high, eligible locations for building, with
an i abundance of running water, and
heavy timber, excellent neighborhood
etc. Sale comes off on the premises. Om
nibuses leave to-morrow from Irving
Block, between 9 and 10 o'clock a.m.
ExfEKsrvE Amusement. A colored
lady living in South Memphis, got her
dander up yesterday morning, because
her liege lord called on another female, a
shade lighter in complexion than herself,
and took revenge by throwing two or
three bricks through the window of her
rival's room. She paid twenty-one dol
lars for her revenge this morning.
TheTiukr Worsted. It is generally
supposed that a faro bank always wins
in fact, that it must win all the time so
as to support the gamblers and their es
tablishments in style. But, we learn
there whs a deviation from this general
rule, last week, a Jefferson street saloon
that does not play a very heavy game
losing oyer three . thousand , dollars,
' Released oh Bail. The case of
Charles Oldetiberg, charged , with Jhe
killing of Dr. Bormann, was up before
the Criminal Court, this morning. iThe
prisoner's opplication for bail was
granted, and he was released on bonds of
four thousand dollars.' Immediately af
ter the disposition of this case, the Court
adjourned nntil to-morrow. ' .
Down The t Ga Our prices have been
reduced on all other classes of printing
in like ratio. ' t
A Suit for Libel We understand
that Mr. Hough has sued the proprietors
of the Jrgui for 1100,000 damages, that
being the estimated injury to his charac
ter by the publication a few days si nee of
au article in regard to the seizure of the
Tabernacle. -There's nothing like having
a valuable character. - a
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Finr Arts. Tbe collection of.roag
pifioent paintings on exhibition at
Main-street, Gayoso Block, will be dis
posed of by lot on Wednesday next, 3
p.m. Subscribers will please be nreteul
at that hour A few chances are yet un
sold. Cull and see these splendid paint
Acting Makeet Master. Charley
Jones, a gentleman of "color, was ar
rested on Saturduy eveniug for acting as
Market Master,' having charged another
darkey twenty-five cents for allowing
him the privilege of selling chickens.
He was fined ten dollars and cost by the
Recorder this morning.
Bellioebent Darkies. Two colored
gents named Church and Johnson were
fined ten dollars and costs each for
knocking some other darkies down and
otherwise abusing them, in the neighbor
hood of the Civil Rights beer garden',
corner of Desoto and Gayoso streets.
Metrofolitax Policeman . on ' the
Rampage. One of the recently appointed
Metropolitan patrolman got on a spree
last night,- was quite disorderly, flour
ished a pistol and finally chot at a man.
He waa arrested and fined twenty-two
dollars by the Recorder this morning.
Recorder's Court. Business was
lively at Recorder Creighton's menag
erie this morning. Forty-three persons
were fined, and five hundred and fourteen
dollars and ' fifty cents assessed. "There
was the usual number of drunks inci
dental to Monday morning.
A Barbecue. We are informed that
there will be a grand barbecue at Mr. R.
Whitney's place, on the State line road,
about five miles from the. cityoa the 4th
of July. The grounds are pleasantly sit
uated, and a glorious time is anticipated
by those who intend going! 1 ' " k
Advice Gratis. The best advice we
can give our lelinw mortals this warm
weather is to ktep cool, and to do so
call at the Bluff City Soda Fountain,
corner of Jefferson and Main, aud get
soda water at five cents glass. llw.
Thanes. We are under obligations to
Will Spickernagle, 12j Poplar street,
for late papers. He keeps all the papers
necessary and gets them as quick as any
other newsdealer. Call on him.
Down Thet Go. Tbe best of Business
Cards printed for fotoJC 50 per thousand
at tbe Public Ledger office. I
Tbkre's nothing like them," said a
lady the other day. She was speaking
of Matthew Murphy's yeast powders.
which are rising fast in dough and the
public estimation. Buy some at 115
The " Death Line." -An interesting
communication in regard to the exorbi
tant charges of the Atlantic and Missis
sippi Steamship Company, from en old
steamboat clerk, will be fouod in our
river column. "if 4 . . '
Now is the appointed time, and Ames,
Woodbury k Jones', the place to buy fur
niture at cheap fate Call at 392 Main
street, and inspect the choice collection
of everything needed- 8 l y t j
, Light your road, grease your path,
and smooth your road by purchasing
coal oil, 'lamps, tin,-iron and (topper
ware of blood & Co., 361 Main street and
40 and 40 Monroe street. Do so.
CioaiThief. One of tbe . mackerel
brigade made a raid on the Good Idea
this morning and captured a box cf ci
gars. He'waa arrested after a short
chase and lodged in the station house.
"DonV'err the ladies, "with mock perfumes
weary as j
We're all content with the ' Nlsht-Bloominf
' Cere as ' Palmyra Couritr,
Go to Williams' and get a cool drink
of soda water, at five cents a glass, at
the Bluff ''City Sod a 'Fount corner of
Main and Jefferson streets. . j25 1
Board, f 7 per week, at the Cosmo
politan restaurant, No. 33 Monroe atreet
' - Also; office rooms to rent.
B. Hollander & Co.
. New Books. "Armadale," by Wilkie
Collins, and ," Bill Arp," just received by
Geo. Pattison 4 Co., No. 30 North Court
street ' " " "
Go to Cayee go to 3HC Main street
go and see him go immediately go in
. Rn.iuioi'8. Itev. Dr. Stead man will
preach at the Tabernacle to-night
. t. '. a it i . .
Special Notices. ;
Special Notices will be jr.ertid in thUeol
utnn far ten cent per line far era insertion.'
GAYOSO hAYlXGS IKSlITVTIOJf.
MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE., :-
Banking t!oue, 1!) .viadi.-on SI.
Tbla Institution transacts a Gene
ral Exchange and Banking Bailaws
Will receive Deposit, hay an eell
Foreign and Domestic Krehenge
Gold, Mllver and Vacurrcat Money.
.B M. AVEUV, Cashier. . J
" JOHN C. LAH1ER, Pres'l.
Circulation. A inorninr paper ' tel the
following Hue, in large letters, at tbe head of
111 editorial roliiuinf: " Larsest cireo'ation ot
any paper in Wcet Tennessee. Lsrrcstcitf cir
culation." The city circulali.iii of the frntjc
LkdSkk Li irre iter lhau I but ol any other
publUhed in Aloiuplii. fact which the editor
of the pii r aMuiltil to is perfoctly aware of.
Comment if uunercrarv.
- Helmbold's Extract Buchu and improved
Bos Wash cures secrot and delicate disorders,
in all their eUmea, at little ex nensa. little, or no
ohange ia diet, no ihcunvenlence, and ao expo
sure. It is pleasant in tsite and odor, iinmedi
ate ia its action, and free from all injurioos
properties, , :i'f :-r.' 't ,
- For aon-retentloa or ipcontinence oj urine.
Irritation, inflammation or ulceration of the
bladder, or kidneys, diauasa of the prostate
(lands, stono in the bladder, cajoulns. travel or
brick -dust deposit, and all diseases of the blad
der, kidney., and dropsical Swelling, use
HelmboU'i Fluid Extract Buchu. . jei-lm
Kotioo. We earneetl request our friend
not to iay more than Sre ouuts a oepy for the
I'lbi.ic Ltuuia. We tell to the newsboys at
twl aents a copy, thus allowing' thein over, a
uuimn-e I'i'i ceiii. ruui uu wvtj pnyer. ... , ,
u . s i t .A
' Helrul. old's Concentrated Extraot Buchu
i-jl.c Kr,- 'l:ure,ii', IKlm'nlil's Concentrated
Ext act fir.M.1 rill is the aMet blood purifier,
liuth are p.i p irrii aceordinc to rules of phar-
awry: and . heiui try, and. are the most, active
that can lu iu.uld.: 1 ' ' ' li.-4-lm''
Hembold's Extrnet Buchu Kive health and
vigor ti tho frame and bloom to tb pallid
check. ' Debility is accompanied by suaay
ilaruiin- symptoms, and If no treatment Is sub
mitted txi.eenruuiption, insanity or epileptic (ti
. ' ' lA 1
Marriage and Celibacy, aa Essay of Warn
ing and Instruction for lout Men. ' Also,
Diseases and Abusei which prostrate the vital
power, with sere means of relief, gent free of
barge in sealed letter envelopes. Address, Dr,
J. &KILLI3 UUUQUION, Howard Associa
tion, Philadelphia, Pa. apl-3m
A Ei adv and conclusive. (ct of the proper
ties of Uelmbold't fluid itreet iJectia will
be a eompart-on wltl) those set forth ia the
United States Dispensatory. ' ' ' 'jei-lm
Enfeebled and delicate eonstitatioDS, of both
sexes- use Helmbold's Extract Buchu. It will
g-ive brisk and tnotgetio feellaga and enable
you to sleep evil. jee-lm
Take no more nnpleaeaat aad suvaf reme
dies for unpleasant and danceroas diseases.
Use Helmbold's Extract Bach a and Improved
Rose Wash. ' ' " ' ' jet-lm
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ant in taste and odor, free from all Injurioos
properties, and immediate in its action. ji-lm
The Glory of Han is Strength-There fore.
the nervous and debilitated should immediately
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Kanheod and yoathful vigor are re rained by
Uelmbold's Extract Bueha. ' jei-lm
Shattered Constitutions restored by Helm-
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"The Port of 'Memphis'. :
The river Is rising slowly aC this point
There was very little business doing at
the landing this morning. The weather
was exceedingly bot, and the) dust flying
aronrtd in clouds in a very annoying
manner. '" '
The following arc the arrivals aad de-
partnres since our last:
Sallie List, St Louis.
Bee (towboat). New Orleans.
Atlantic, St. Louis. ... , ri
Platte Valley, Vicksbnrg:
Northwest, Mariana. . . ,
, Dea Arc, Vicksbnrg. ....
' City of Cairo, St Louis. ;
Memphis, Cincinnati. " . ' .
Mary . Forsvth, St Louis.
Mollie Able, New Orleans. '
J. S. McCune, TTbite river. .
Petrolia, White river.
J. R. Gilmore, Cincinnati.
l.innie Drown, Pine Bluff.
Marble City, St Louis.
Mollie Bambletoa, St Francis river.
. Liberty, Vicksburg. . . . .
Atlantic, New Orleans.
Sallie Lit, 8t Louis. - '
Platte Valley, St Louis. .
- Mollie Able, St Louis.
M. R Forsyth, New Orleans. . "
Boats ia Port.
City af Cairo, Northwest, Lady, Dm
Arc, Clifton, St Patrick, Gleaner. -
, Boat leaving To-Day. '
j Capt.. Bob K. Riley'g steamer, the cel
ebrated City of Cairo, ii the St Louis
packet this evening, sailing at S o'olock.
Tbe Cairo is gay craft, has good offi
cers who know their business, and lives
in style that will satisfy any person'i
gastronomic fancies. She connect at
Cairo with the cars for all points. Capt
W. C Postal, ngent, on wbarf-boat; tick
ets can also be obtained at the Union
ticket office, 5 Jefferson street '
Boats Leaving To-Morrow.
The celebrated Clifton is the Cincin
nati packet to-morrow; the Des Arc
leaves for Vicksburg, and the Gleaner
for the Arkansas river. ;
Tbe laat arrival from the St Francis
river reports that stream falling, with a
good stage of water. At Cincinnati the
Ohio is reported rising, with nine feet
between that point, and Louisville.
The St Louis Republican of Saturday
gays: Business was considerably inter
rupted yesterday by the unsettled state of
the weather. Receipts of produce were,
however, unusually large. At this point
tbe Mississippi is rising slowly. The np
per .Mississippi was also rising slowly at
Keokuk., The Stonewall, from the npper
Missouri, reports that stream as falling
from Fort Randall to Leavenworth, and
about stationary from that point down.
The "Dkaiu Lise." We have re
ceived the following communication from
an old steamboat clerk:
Editors Piratic' Lockr: I would
advise all my friends who are ho unfortu
niite as to be compelled to travel a short
distance on one of the Atlantic and Mis
sissippi Steamship Company's steamers
to go to the clerk s office before starting
and ascertain what his pnssnge will be,
otherwise, the exorbitant price de
manded by them will somewhat astonish
him, as was the case with mvself when I
got n board the steamer Luminary at
Lake Providence. . She landed at that
point to put on freight I got on board
to go lo Vicksburg, where she also had
to land distance CO miles. After leav
ing I went to the clerk to pay my fare,
and wns told by him that it was ten dol
lars, which amount I paid. Theatcainer
Ruth, of prune line, took passengers the
next dny from Vicksburg to Lake Prov
idence for five dollars. Having been a
steambouC clerk myself; I have no hesi
tation in saying that charge of ten
dollars is 'extortion, and I think that all
unprejudiced tcamboatmen will agree
with me. Werti I so unfortunate as to
be employed as clerk on one of thpir
boats I would blush to carry out the pol
icy of this old and explosive concern. I
think I but join in the general and uni
versal clamor for the short existence of
the terrible " mob line," who are now
left, with a remnant of a very bad stock.
. . Johk K. Rowland. -
Hickman, Ky. t
j - - - - ;. -; :
Monetary and Commercial
Id oner Market.
; , Zxehange ia buying at par, and selling at
premium. Time bills are freely taken at the
following quotations j Thirty day bills. 1 per
cent, discount; fifteen day bills, per cent
discount ; 10 dary bills, Vi Per cent, discount. '
. Gold is in great demand. ,
The Banks bay gold to-day at' 2'c. Silver
t buying, 3Ue selling , i ' ' '
" Interest bearing Notes Improve aa the inter
est accrues. Dates of June, 1864, command
110; of July, i-M, 109S ; of August IBM,
1(0; of October. 1.L lUTS i of December, l&t
10B; of At ay, lSfio, icprem.
, Cily Scrip and Coupon. 63 to TV.
'-'Mtssifcippi Cotton Money, 20c.
There is a eontinuedgood demand for. Union
Banknote at .70 buviag, asd Ti selling. .'
' Wirhters Ilank notes are bought at 63 and
oldtfe W , - ,,'''
Bank!of Tennessee note are dull and heavy,
with nudi ii tnd, though it is now conceded that
11 d e., elpoottr of signatures, will lbe ac
knowledged tn liquidating prior to May, 1861.
j Cotton Jfarkat.
The ootton market was firm this morning, th
little businei" done being at tb following quo
Ordinary....... 2S329 Middling 3435
Good Ordinary.... fl Strict Midillinii-3o(o
Low Maidlinx ZKiSZ I Good Middiinir-37ir
' ' , General Market'
BAGGING, per yard, '
0 30 A II 31
. 0 32
BANS, per bushel.
N avy m...
BUTTER, per pound.
, 1 76 t 00
9 0 35
CANDLtd, per pound.
. 0 23 0 24
CHEEsK, per pound
n astern lleeerv..
la J id
Knlrh.h Ilairr . I
, 0 24
CHICK UN'S, per doen..-. 7 00
Wt l ft. ,, per pound.
, 0 28
, o as
, 0 40
9 0 3ft
ft 0 38
t 0 45
t 0 15
J 0 27
BUilS, per doien
. 4 "o
, o in
Hay. par ton, ....
, Hay, inferior,. ........
Corn, car bushel..
.-21 00 22 no
13 60 WiJ 00
A 00 (4 00
0 (tT.','4l !
0 6JJ( 0 i7H
rion. i ' i
Mackerel No.l perbbL-.2Z 00 4?3 00
i I " No. 2 " .20 00 Vi!l no
No.l hf.bbL 11 no 12 00
No. 2 " 10 (0 tell 00
-' No. 1, per kit J HI a 0 W
' No. 2. " " i U0 Oil
Dry Cod, per pound - HMO
White 1'uh. oer hL bbL Itl ails
ILOVK, per barret
Bupertiee 7 so 9 8 00
Single Extra... ft 00 ) a so
Douul extra. 10 00 will 00
Treble Extra..,. .. JU 00 ki:i (HI
Fivff tlrsn.la . . 1 r, 41 . Anif tin
FRUIT, per fearrel, I
Appiee, green,... uu r0 0b
Dried apple. 0 15 0 0 la
Dried peaches, halrea 0 tm Q t
Uunnira, new,-.. .. 0 30 g 0 00
' 1 urnie. second hand,..-.. 0 IS o tt 3'
Burls', second hand u I.r, il in
Uuartar aegs. a 4 2T.
Halt keg. k 6 TS
" Ken .n
. s r 9 25
. II III em S Ml
Wroaxht boat suikea...12 l ImlA isl
Casting, hollow war, lb 0 Iff 0 12$
bar iron... 0 7 OS
Horse-fho iron tN 0 11
Nail rod 0 li fa 0 20
Cast steel, IKnrlish, 0 31 e 0 35
Blister steel, r.nfluB . o ;v
. 0 .HI
W 0 25-
e S 2f
IJLRD. per peaad.
, 0 Oil
. . Cape.. .
Barrels and hall bbla
OILS, per gallon.
.15 2 75
. i :r. oui
. 0 60 k) 1
1 50 t 1 7
. 9 a
. 1 w
. t 0U
, 1 (ft
. 0 25
f 0 K
m 2 no
4 I M
T n r,.-n , i
.. . for, ntesa, per bbU
, - Clear aides, par lb
, breakfaat. aer lb.
i ti aaa mi. - , ,
at v. T
3i 00 t?4 54
a o jv ,
0 IM-j 0 16
. 17 IS
. 12S U
RICE, per poand.
' "' iamrrJ(-
I t t i 1 1
C?r I I
and ar tb best Tonio
ia the world.
Convenes, and all di
sease of the bowel.
I ftix. nil iltMAK triiuf
from impure blood.
AHE HOLD BY ALL
liriiiiKMU and Dealers in
rjj I'a Itn 1 Medicines
IZ V 11 Ii YWH EKE
rJHCE, WALTON & CO.
-ii:, i .,,r to Pr. C. W. Robftck, .
: -i r pRoinrETOBS, ' "
, I 3 02 East ThirdSt,
i-1C1,NaT1, OHIO. ,
p27-te ' ''VI
NEAT AND ELEGANT
LOW PR I C.E S
, i CARD8,
. CARDS, ,
.... . . CARDS,
$6 'AND $6 50 PER 1000.
' . - BILLHEADS,
..' . BILLHEADS, .
BlLLHhADsi, ., ; .
BILLHEADS, - ,r "
1 BILLHEADS, t
$15 00 PER REAM.
tiltCL LAK3, .
.' ; . CLKCULABS.
$10 TO $15 PER REAM.
i : PILLS LADI.N'U,
' BILLS LADISii,
BILLS LADIfiU, . - '
BILLS LADING. . "
$14 00 PER REAM.
POM r R. . .
. . - - POSTERS, . .
Lower Than All Others.
PROGRAM MKS. . ,
tPROGRA.MMES. . .
PKOGRA M V K
rROGRAMMES. , .
And everything in onr lino, preeaptly Bed
aeaUj printed ea naeonaele terms, at tbe
PrnXIC LEDGER OFFICJC
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