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"IjiOBERT GOOD 18 A CANDIDATE FOR 1 J TV II V1 I HI ' , l4'HJirMAYOR.-W. 0. LOKLAND IS A X candidal fur Mayor at theeuauinf election. Jt Wharfinasterat tne ensuing election AukuhI , lHGo. ji OT11 WARD AliDKRMAN. TUK UWUliit- 0 iKned bein most earnestly solicited res pectfully announce himself s candidate lor Alderman Hhe SthWarJ at the coming eleo tion. au4-te MICHAEL WlthLAN. TTDKKMAN bXU WARD. AT THE 80 V lieitatiou of mauy voters, the undersigned hereby announces himself a candidate tor Al derman of the 8th Ward, and most respectfully asks the support of the vo-en of laid ward at the ensuing- election. MTi,uino U4 . i e FR A N K CUMMINgS. ' n hi It lTimf 1 1 k is n () k e m p a is.-u e n - 1 tlemen: The time fixed by tbe charter for the election of Mayor bavin passed without an election, I now announce to you that I am till aoandidatefor theMayoralty when theelection does come off. I am, respectfully, your tn low cilircn. W. I). FKH(H'S"N. specialjimjsjJ lH.SOTO IXSHIIAXCE ' . . i t . i . - j AND ' I " ' TltUHT COMrANY, OF MEMPHIS, TKJSN. Offlce, Desoto Block, MadUon St. cphi :...w...U3oo,ooo. rinilS COMPANY INSURES AOAINST 1 loan by Fire. Marine and River Risks. Directors-Win. M. rarriiiirion, W. B. Gal hraith. W. B. ireulw, C. W. H oyer. J. J. Kanlinas 7. I. Bowles nnd C. Ii. Church. -lings. WM W. FARRlNllTON, Pres't t l"I ftMllAl.K. fiec'V. 11-72 UAVOSO MVlNtiS INSTITUTION. Memphis, Tennessee. , , . ItAMUMJ HOUSE, No. 19 Madison Street. THIS INSTITUTION, ORGANIZED IN I lrki. lias Deeu in continuous and successful operation for the past ten years. It coutinues to transact a UKNEltAl. EXCHANGE AMD BANK . IS CI BU8IMKSS. . . 4 ( , WJI.I. HKCKIVK DltKIHITS. BUT AND SKLL FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EXCHANGE, Gold, Silver and Uncurrent Money. SKLI.S Exchange in sums to suit purchasers, cm Loudon and all he leading cities ot the llnitod States, and will make collections on all accessible places in the South and W est. E. N. AVERY, Caahler. JOHN C. LANIEn, Prea't. Memphis Insurance Comp'y Orjtanined In 1 44. J , OIIi" Xo. 231-2 Jtradiaon St. DIIlECTOllS: J. J. Murphy, I J.Cumkinos Johnson, K T. Frank, j T. A. Nilsom, F. M. Cash. MMII8 INSTITUTION IS PREPARED TO 1 receive Deposits, to buv and sell Exchange on all the principal commercial cities, and to make Collection om this ejty and all principal points in this section. 1 ' 1 ' Remittance l''-"., PrM,. F. M. PA EH. Secretary. 3 FOR SALE. MOR SALE SUBURBAN,. We have for sale V i acres of Land, situated on Tiiwr avenue and the intersection of Orleans staect extended, which will be sold cheap, for 4 Irving Bjock. Ixm SALE. TWO DWKLI.lNti HOUtiKS V on Jenerson street, between Fourth and Fifth fctreots. Not. 107 and ltiV. For terms, in- ,uire 01 31 Seconds! re. t. g Two houses Southeast on Monroe. i;UK BALK. i VE1PY COMFORTABLE COTTAGE A residence, on Bradford street, near Jones A STOREHOVSE AND RESIDENCE, on Alabama .treot, near the interseclxon ol fcx chungo. A FINE COTTAGE RESIDENCE, on Ala baoiM ircet, nenr Poplar. THREE HUNDRED ACRE?, with good im provements, thirty miles from the city, on the Memphis nnd Charleston railroad, for sale. A BARGAIN. i Apply to RJ( iT. l.ANIElt tOO. I mhi.-AI.k7-a N AIM Al P'tthks. I'LA 1' IhN V llua:. inches. witlMSteaui apparatus couiiilete; will be .sold low if applied for soon. It la in good running order, and may running any dv in our Misaion. Xp,Jy to, or Ufi.;fm R mi;mm. i on RENT. 'OR RENT.- A PTORE ON FRONT . I nnnir at tli. 4 1 REST." -store "and Rooms or rent- t'oplnr. liuiuiie at 2:1 Jefferson, of fl r A. It Lr.n. 1 MtH KcM'. A Desirable Residence on D- Soto atreet. fossession given in 10 or ii day.. For ptlcl.r.. EVlIITM0BE. 10 Vnhlic l.edirer ' Hh-c. T ANTED-tlOODS.-I HAVE A LOT ON V the eat side ol Hernando strict hrat lot north of the Episcopal Church-:)? leet front an. I IJk deep, wilh a small two-story frame house on it. which 1 wish to exchange lur goods. Anv person wishing to give goods for real estate will write to ist, care ot 11. .Laird, No.Al.disonstrt-.t. jame, WQQDfl. T r ANTED A SITUATION BY A y youug man, in a wholesale grocery or .commission house. Can luniih eight or ten thousand dollars, and would take an interest in the hnue the first of January. Reference given and required. Address A. P. T.. 4 P. i). Box 4t9. -tyANTED-' Agents To canvass for the official Eeuthern history of THE LOST"' CAUSE, By B. A. Pollard, of Virginia. Complete in one large royal octavo volume with 1M fine steel portraits. Circulars hcnl tree to any eddrr. - In energetic men and women S rare chance is otlered to make money. Addroef. J . U. M 1 10r 73 ' Publisher. Memphis. Tenn. BOARDINC. IJOAriPISG. FAMILIES OR FIR8I.K I rentlenicn can be awmmodated with giK.d board and neat rooms at Mrs. P. A. Rol-b .41U t-cond strait. ; 111 B 0ARH1NU. KKVhRAL, LAR'iK AND plenawt rn.nn can be had. with noanl, upon early application at N". t Adams street. Keteroneaj given and requireiL'., REMOVAL. It EMOVAL. CHANGE OF BASE. Owing to the hearyand rapi.Lyiacrcaslngde roand for the "(ireat Smthern Preparations. w are compelled to remove to a are pariu( I' nlding, givinr rmim lor exten.ire ananotarta i .,g purposes, therrlore we have lecl 41 and j ,i ,,f the lluches li lock, comer of Main and l.-al streets, where we deign conducting a general whle-nle and retail rug bu'inrsa. in c .nnnction with ll.e manulactureol the "Great N'ilhem lrepartions." 1 our friends and rntomers cTerTwnere. we would say. give ua a call. Oor drugs are pura, eor pric are low. and nnr clerks competent. t, J. P. DROMGOOLh A CO. NOTICES. N0TICK.-8KND THREE-CENT STAMP fog my price-lists f good books, to h. A. Fry. Norwafk, Conn. N OTIOK, Tt TiV.PA.YKHH.. j From and after August 23, lfVt. the Stale and County Tax Collector' office will he on theeor ner of Third and Jefferson at reels, in Botto A Signuigo's new building opposite the Poatofficav Kntranco. rjljjj. GARVIN, ' ' ' 8 Tag Collector Shelby County. OT1CE. TO BRIDGE CONTRACTORS. Proposals will be received for the building of a bridge across Noneonnah on the Holly Ford rood, September lUtb. at 10 o'clock. The aon traat will be let out to the lowest bidder, at the Holly Ford, on Noneonnah Creek, as above stated. A. MADDEN, M. W. BEDFORD, FINLEY HOLMES, fl Onmmiaslnnera for the Cnnnty XO ADVERTISEKS. The Pcbi.io Lkdqeb now ban by far the largest circulation of, ANY' daily newspaper published in the State of Ten nesiiee, and offers, therefore, advautagea to advertisers not possessed by any other jonrnal in the State. Thna fact which should not be lost tight of Ly the advertising public. ';:.' ; M ' PUBLIC LEDGER. Office, Tio. 13 Aladiaton tttreet. LAKBEST CITY CIBCILATI0N THE CITY. . ,MKMIHIH Wednaaday Eveninc Sept. S, 1866 Local Koticks, inserted among the reading matter, will be charged twenty cent per line for each insertion. , ' " i Pittsburg Coal Brown & Jones, of fice 247 Second street. Branch office 3T4 Main streets R. C, Hite, agent , . t Pittsburg Coxi-.-'-Briggs & Peterson, office 13 Madison street. Branch office, 341 Main street J. B. Moseley, agent We are the only coal merchants who weigh on the city scales. 2 On to J. Fellowes', merchant tailor, No. 32 Union street. IS THEATRICAL BULLETIN. To Issue Monday, Sept. 10, 1866. We will resume the publication of the Theatrical Bulletin, as above, con taining the programme of the New Mem phis Theatre, and such other ad vertisements as may be offered. This is the only , programme that will be issued from this establish ment, and will have a large circulation on the streets, in the. hotels and on the principal railroads and steamboats. Those of our merchants who desire to avail themselves of this superior adver tising medium, should leave their favors immediately at our counting room, 13 Madison street t & Writmore Bros., Prop's. Southern Mail Route. The Mem phis and Charleston railroad is now run ning two through and one accommodation train from this city, and every arrange ment necessary for the comfort and con venience of travelers has been adopted by the efficient officers of the road. Transportation is rapid, connections are close only one being missed in the last six months, which, proves conclusively that the officers understand their busi ness. Capt. W. J. Ross, the General Superintendent, has done nobly since be has taken charge of the road, and its present efficiency is due to the ability he has displayed, and the aid he has re ceived from his accomplished assistant, Capt. C. L. Anderson- Mr. George Robinson, Secretary aud Treasurer, Mr. W. L Dauley, General Ticket Agent, - and the other officers of the road are well known to our citizens as railroad men with qualifications that would aid the success of any road. This road is the most direct route to Mont gomery, Atlanta, Macon, Savannah, Charleston, Augusta, Nashville, Knox ville, Lynchburg, Petersburg, Richmond, Washington, Philadelphia, New York, and all points in Virginia, Georgia, EaBt Tennessee, South Carolina, Florida and North Carolina. Passengers for Nash ville go through in fifteen hours and forty-five minutes without change of cars, and passengers for Mobile and New Or leans make close connections at Grand Junction and Corinth with the Missis sippi Central and Mobile and Ohio rail roads. It is an all rail route to New York, and there is no delay at any point Baggage checked through to all important points, and handled care fully, owners receiving it in as good condition, as when delivered to the Company. Magnificent sleeping cars, with all the latest improvements accom pany ninbt trains and passengers will not be disturbed while in transit One of the important connections of the Mem phis and Charleston railroad is the Orange and Alexandria railroad. Trav elers by this ronte have opportunities of viewing a hundred battle-fields of the late war, and soma of the most romantic and entrancing sceacry oa the conti nent. Through tickets to any desired point can be obtained at the Company's ticket office, No. 13 Court street, where Capt Adolphe Bernard, the able and courteous Ticket Agent may be found with a smile to attend to all comtr. ' Koticsj. The disinfectant recom mended to be used by the Board of Hraith, and which is only prepared by P. I. Huette Co., Druggists, No. 42 North Court street, in Telegraph Build ing, is now ready for sale at twenty-five cents per pound. 4 ' Akotht Gnus. We have to inform our reaJers that the number of bachelor editors in Memphis was reduced yester day by the departure of one of their number for the state of matrimony. Major Will. O. Woodson, of the Jpprai and Miss Texio McPhcrion, daughter of Uuv. C. G. McPbersou, were marrica yesterday evening at St Mary's Church, in the presence of a large and brilliant assemblage of (he friends (of the happy pair.; .MisiMaltie 'UcPherson and Miss Mattie Bradford acted as bridesmaids, and Col. Jatae's Coleman, formerly of Gen. Breckinridge's staff, and Capt John Mitchell, of Gen. Jackson's staff, were groomsmen. The bridal party looked pleased 'antf handsome; the 'bride and bridesmaids, being dressed in a very tasteful and elegant manner. The bride wore a magnificent white' silk dress', beautifully trimmed, while her head was ornamented with a wreath of orange blossom'. " The gallant Major and his beautiful bride started for Kentucky last evening, and 'we waft thra our best wishes for their present and future hap piness. 1 " ....(!. jj Ornamental painting executed by Frank Pope at 46 Monroe street i ii y Invitation to the President. The authorities at Nashville and other places having invited the President to visit that city before his return lo Washington, our City Fathers concluded they would be equally hospitable, and at their meet ing lust evening adopted the following: 1 Whereas, The President of the United States has recently left Washington city to attend the erection of a monument at Chicago, in memory of America's great statesman, Stephen A. Douglas; an I Whereas, The constant and increas ing labors of the President for ti e past twelve months, for the peace and pros perity of the country as a whole, make it necessary that he should enjoy, for a while, the recreation consequent, upon a free association with hi's'peoplef there-' fore, lienolvcd, That we, the Board of Mayor and Aldermen of the city of Memphis, hereby tender to Andrew Johnson, IW nessee's favorite son, the freedom of the city and cordially invite him to accept the hospitality ot the city at such time as he may designate on his return, and that the Mayor and six members of the Board proceed to Wash ington with six of the citizens of the city, and they are hereby authorized and in structed to present this resolution in proper form. The resolution was adopted unani mously, and Aldermen Glancey, John son, Grace, Kelly, Leonard and Winder man, and Messrs. A. H. Douglass, John Heart, D. Cockrell, J. J. Worsham, M. W. Cluskey, J. II. McMahon, Dan. Able appointed on the committee? 1 Frank Pope paints signs ' in 'style to please any teste, Look at bis sork on every street . United States Courts. In the Uni ted States Circuit and District Court yes terdny, the case of United States vs. T. J. Roper and J. 'J. Roper, presentments for uulawful dis tilling,, were disposed of by the parties pleading guilty, and 'the cases were sub mitted. A fine of five dollars was en tered, with costs, in each case. Samuel McClanahan was sworn as an Attorney of the Court. '. A motion in the case of Gould vs. Frank was beard. Motions to dismiss were entered In a number of cases in which parties had beeu sued for penalties, incurred by violations of the revenue laws. - The- motions were based upon the ground that the authority of the Assistant District Attorney did not go to the extent of bringing auif. Another motion was entered iu other similar cases, asking that the defendants be allowed to take the unstamped receipts upon which uit was brought, before the Collector, and have them stamped. Both motions were suspended until the arrival of the District Attorney, or the qualification of his successor For steamboat, house and sign paint ing call al Frank Pope's, 40 Monroe street. Memphis Freighting CoMPANV.-Mayor Park has vetoed the resolution passed by the Board of Aldermen grunting cer tain privileges to the Memphis Freight ing Company. The Inst part of his veto message says. In conclusion, gentle men of the Board, permit me to udd, from the legnl questions involved, that the appropriation of your entire bluff, with the privileges asked on the landing, from Poplar street lo Beal, for the period of fifty years, to theJMemphis Freighting Company, or any other company, is a matter of too much importanpe to be en. tered into without the greatest consider ation. The uses to be made of it should be well defined, clear and unequivocal; the benefits to the public beyoud ques tion, and of a general character, aud the consent of the people, who are all inte rested by virtue of th& dedication ap proximating unanimity, under the cir cumstances, I respectfully return tne resolution adopted by yoor honorable body on the 24th ultimo, without my sanction." ' Go to 4C Monroe street and leave or ders for painting. ' '' Cholera Ordinance. The City Coun cil have passed an ordinance command ing the physicians of the city, during the existence of the cholera, or until no longer required by the Board of Health, to report daily, before C p.m., the num ber of cholera cases they have visited and prescribed for, with the number of deaths and cases of recovery, to enable the health officer to make accurate re ports, the failure to comply with the or dinance to be a misdemeanor, punisha ble by such fine as may be deemed suf ficient in the premises, or not lees than 2o, or more than f50, for each offence. Also, that from and aft-r date it shall be considered a misdemeanor, punishable by fine, to offer for sale any where in the city limits, such vegetable or fish, the use of which has been deemed by the Board of Health nnhealthy. - Memphis aitd Charleston Railroad. Mail and passenger trains leaving Mem phis at 7 a.tn., connect at Chattanooga with trains for alf important points ia Georcio, East Tennesee, Virginia, North and South Carolina. Passenger for points south of Grand Junction, and for points on the Mobile and Ohio Railroad . . .. ........ a,-' -v-.. south ol Lontuu, icavc ucaipuis at i o.ai., making clone connections! Express train leaving Memphis at 2 p.m. makes close connection with "the Nasfivllle and De catur Railroad for Nashville, 5 Lonitville at4 H important point North, East and West, i'in to Nashville, IS hours and 45 minutes. Baggage1 checked through. Through tickets and information ran be procured at 13 Court street. Passengers will please remember that the Memphis and Charleston railroad leaves by the Nashville time, which is 16 minutes faster than our city time " ' . 1 I Adoi.fhe Bernard,; 25i Ticket Agent FusuuTuai. Cayce's Arcade Is nearly full of elegant furniture, which he is sell ing Cheaply. ' Call at 39G Main street. 'Reform or Crtt prvicEMr-TbeTex Collector on Privileges reports his col lectibn for the month of August, $ 13, 683 60; Street Commissioner, expendi ture, $4,885 58; Wharftnaster, .collec tions, $2,089 45. The City Engineer re-, ported that he bad made" a contract for 75,000 feet of white oak lumber at $38 per thousand feet, with Mr. Rice, pay able in city warrants,,. making a differ ence of $10 per thousand feet in favor of the city on last year's contract He aU0 recommended sundry improvements ill various parts of the city, i A lengthy report was read from Dr. W. C. Cave naglt, detailing the steps taken by him as Health Officer and the Board of Health to prevent the spread of cholera. Oua JtsB Ofeice. The Public LEnssER i job printing department hasleen lately supplied with the latest' and most ap proved' patterns of type, borders and presses, and is better prepared than ever to aocommodate the mercantile public. Our prices will continue to besthe most reasonable In the city, while our work is guaranteed to give satisfaction. We have the inly complete printing office in the city, acd will continue to give our cus tomers inducements ao others in this caa market afford. Call and see.' t Desirari.e Property at Auction. On Saturday morning,' Monsarrat, La nier & Co. will sell, at suction, several very desirable lots situated on the Big Creek plank road, north of Memphis. These lots are admirably adapted to any kind of 'manufacturing business, (brick yards, bntcbers, or for residences. The property will be sold, regardless bf price bid, on exceedingly liberal time. There--fore, ' ill 'who i would secure; a first rate investment will do well to attend. , 4 i , . , National Theatre. Great attraction for this evening first night" of ' I.ani gan s Ball " and the negro sketch en titled "Japanese Tommy." Immense success of Johnny Keegau'a burlesque entitled " Scenes at the Gayoao Hotel,'! which will be repeated this evening. M ile Carolista.thefetnule Blondin, M ile For'restelle, the fenuiu contortionist.Miss Julia Barton, and the wholn star ' com pany in a splendid bill tin jannot fuil to please. 1 3. St. Geo rue's Benevolent Society. BiJb will be received for Refreshments and Liquor Stands for the pic nic of the St George's Benevolent Society, to be held on the 17th day of September, 186G, at the Ford place in Chelsea. All bids must be in on the morning of the 8th of September, by 9 a.mn addressed ' I J. Cox, Financial Si c'y Merchants' Saloon, corner Madison and Main streets. ; -: . .2 . Committed for Trial. Isham Harris, porter for E. G. Paine 4 Co., charged with appropriating the goods of his em ployers, has been coruniilted for trial at the next sessim. ..f the Criminal Court We erred yi.-.ijiiy, in stating that he bad been allowed to carry the key of the store, and thus obtained the goods. He secreted them about his person, and whenever a favorable opportunity offered left the store with his plunder. " Who reads an American book ?" ia a question that has lung since been tri umphantly answered to the confusion of its proposers, and the query, "Who uses an American perfume," can be as satis factorily replied to by Phalon t Son. Their "Night-Blooming Cereus" is to-day one of the most popular extracts for the handkerchief that has ever been intro duced in any country. PitUjield Eayle, If you want a reliable and useful fam ily case of medicines, we can conscien tiously recommend one of Dr. Hum phreys' Homoeopathic Specifics. " Hav ing used them ourselves, and know of their extensive use by our friends, we hazard nothing in speaking well of them to all who desire having such an arrange ment for family use. See advertisement in another column. ' 5 Nothino to Eat for Five Days. A German was received in the City Hospi tal yesterday who had arrived on the steamer Gleaner. He was found on the bank of the river below Arkansas Post, in the last agonies of starvation, and was taken on board the Gleaner and ten derly cared for. He stated that he had been without anything t eat for five days previous. - Ccxtral Methodist Church. The revival meeting at the Central Methodist Church, on U&ioa street, is progressing with. increasing interest The services la 4 night and this morning were very profitable, especially to Christiana. There will be preaching again to-night at 8 o'clock, and prayer meeting to-morrow morning at 9 o'clock. i Honorably Acquitted. The three persons arrested for robbing Captain Streeper, at the Southern Hotel, last week, were discharged by Esquire Creigh ton yeeterday, there being no evidence to sustain the charge. The two bar keepers arrested for robbing the till of Mr. Gaasmaa were also discharged on like grounds. " ' City Schools. At the meeting of the City Council last evening, the chairman of tLe Ci. remittee on Public Schools, presented a communication'' from liie" Board of School Visitoru, aaksng $15,00(1 to prepare suitable accommodation for the" children in North and. South Mem phis. It was referred to the School Committee. 1 Curious Cahe. Mrs. Maggie Wal lace, who1 resides on Promenade street, yesterday "had v warrant issued against Dr. Nuttal, A. (J. Bell and Wm. Gordon, charging them with attempting la get possession of certain goods and chattels, the property of her late husband, and pretending and assuming to have letters of administration upon the estate of Samuel F. Wallace, when they had no snob letters or authority, The case was tt b tried before Esquire Hall to-day. ' Warrant Issued for mik Arrest of 1 Murderer. About six years since a man named Jas. O'Donnell stabbed Jas. Higgins.in a dance house on Poplar street, from the effects of which he died. O'Donnell fled after committing the crime. Yesterday he was recognized on the street, when a. warrant was issued for his arrest by Esquire Miller, but he heard of it, and has again disappeared. "ShopukTINO. A woman name Cathe rine Keino Was an-oslcd this morning, charged with stealing a bolt of calico from H.; B.' Edroondson t Co , Second street She went in there to beg, and not seeing any one around, carried a bolt of calico to the door to look at it, when she was seized by a clerk, and handed over to" the police. ' She (a how lnaiL . ' ' Embezzlement. Ti,m Murphy was ex amined before Esquire Walton this morn ing, charged, with . embezzling a gold watch valued at one hundred and twenty five Hollars, the property of Harry Saf farais..,. He was bound over in the sum of two thousand dollars to appeur at the next session of the Criminal Court, Bcrui.art. A negro named Wm. Washington was ' before Esquire Hall yeslei'dsy charged with feloniously en tering.' Jha store - of Mr. Palmer and stealing three hundred and fifty dollars, and a pair of shoes, on Saturday night He was committed for trial at the Crim inal Court' ' ' '' Noticr The disinfectant' "recom mended to be used by the Board of Health, 'and which i only prepared by P. I.f Huette k Co., Druggists, No. 42 North Court street, in .Telegraph Building,- is now ready for sale at twenty-five cents p'er pound. ' ' ' t ' 4 ' Cholera Rrport. Twenty - nine deaths were officially' reported to the Board of Health yesterday, twenty five being negroes. At noon, to day, sixtet i new cases had been reported to the S- n Itary Police, and eleven deaths all i . grots, tf i i ' Auction Privileges. The auctioneers have been granted the privilege of sell ing goods in front of their stores, provi ding suid goods cannot be taken inside to be sold, and they do not obstruct the sidewalk. ' , Hospitals. -Dr. G. B. Tkoruiuii has been confirmed as Assistant Surgeon of the'City Hospital, and the City Engineer authorized to advertise fur bids to build a wing to the Smallpox Hocpitil. , Personal Capt li-u-vey Matthes, the talented local of the Argns, returned to the city yesterday, looking much im proved after rusticntingauiid the hills nf East Tennessee Builders, plasterers, and bu1oc.ii keep ers) buy your sand at South ilemphti Sand Pits, corner Trezevant aud Ches ter streets. D. H. Chapman, 2 Proprietor. Appointment. Edward t'..iuiolly has been appointed Assistant f. .. ei Commis sioner, with a salary of m.. hundred and thirty-five dollars per mouth. a Rev. J. A. Wheei.obk will reopen his school at n Hernandoatt., on the 3d of September. ' 2 For Rent A nt residence. Apply at No. 32 Avery street. 4 : Special Notices. - special Hotices will be iasertetl in this eol uren for ten cents per lice fur each insertion. The Great Heed Supplied ! Pill have been swallowed in millions. Salve have been rubbed in by the poond. Dr. MioomL's two stand apacifioa are putting an end to this wholesale system of medication. On of his famous pills is a dose. A box of his healing salve U of more value, as a remedy for ulcerous and eruptive diseases, than a ship's earro ef the ointments advertised to ear everything, bat are all, t fnet either ascles or deleterious. Dr. MnoKiL's motto UcoNCExTBaricx. lie bos placed in the a mall eat omiae the active principle of the most potent vegetable peeific. There is no mineral in his Pills they do not grip they do not enfeeble. They create a vigorous appetiteknd eorrespondinglystrenRth- ea the digestion. They tua the liver, clear the head and steady the aarree. No form of scrofulous disease caa resist the dieoafecrent operation of the Salve. Tumoia Abaeesaea, Salt Rheum, Boils, Pimples, Pus tules, ate. are thoroughly eradicated by this unrivaled medicine. In fact Maooikl's Bil ious, Svsrirnc and Diasiria Pills ear where all others fail. While for Burns, Scalds, Chilblains, Cuts, and all abrasions of the akin, Magriel's Salve is infallible. Sold by J. Mag giel, 43 Fulton street New York, and all Drug gists, at 25 cents per box. 4-H9 elect School for Young Ladies f the Hebrew Faith, 173 and 173 West Thirty-ninth street, between Seventh and Eighth Avenaes, New Tor. . To the Israelite ef Tennessee: Mrs. Henry Simons, having been requested by many South er and Wester friende (whose children bar been edaeated at the Institute) to make know her school, announces to them that oh reeeives pupils from the ace of 7 to 14. The perils eaa acquire the English, French. Oerman and He brew languages thoroughly. Untie oad singing tongbt by able piofeeeora. Sewing and m broid ery aud a especial in rt radio. Daaeingaad (jmnostie exercise toagbt daring the winter siieimn The pupil attending the Iastitut will nd it a home ia every respect, and every ear will b Uk with their moral oad religion traiai. Pupils caa eater the Institute at any time. For circular, apply as above. f7 Harriot and Celibacy- A Essay of Warn ing on laatrnetion (ur Young lieu. Also, die ease and abuse which prostrate the vital pow ers, with sure aaeas of relief. Sent free of charge fn scaled tetter bnvolopei.' Address, Dr. J. SKILLIN IlUUUllXON, Howard Aaaoeia tU.n.PbiladelPnl.P." " ' 3-H '. Our Pnbllo Directory. Stranurs visiting thceity in quest of any of the necessities or luxuries of life, will find the names of all the Srst-clais business houses in our tity, togother with large amount of other important infor mation in our " Public Directory" column on the first page of the Public Ledou. ' Motioe.We earnestly request our friends not to pay more than fire oents a copy for the Pcbi.io Lkdoks.' Ws sell to the newsboys at two cents a eorr, thus allowing them over a hundred per cent, profit on every paper. The Port of Memphis.'' The river is still declining at this point, it having receded about five inches since our last report. Business was in visible at the landing this morning. The weather was cloudy and warm. '" The following aro the arrivals and de partures since our laHt: , , t Arrival. , Mississippi, Rt Louis.1 ).'T f lf. Bart Able, Vicksburg. - W. II. Osborn, New Orleans.' Olive Branch, New Orleans. " Lady, Haile's Point . , Departures. " Belle St. Lrfuis, St. Louis! !' ' ' Bart Able, St. Louis. ., Guidon, Pine Bluff. , Northwest, Mariana. t Centrnlia, White river.- - - Mississippi, New Orjeaps. f Olive Branch, St. Lonis. A I W. H, Osborn, St. Louis. A . Boats in Port. I " ' A j Die Vernon, Lady, Petrolia, Linme Drown. ,'.-.,..,, Boat Leaving To-Day. Tbe Linnie Drown leaves for, Arkan sas river this evening at 5 o'clock. CapL John Claycomb commands, and Mr. Geo. N. Bnker is clerk. The Petrolia. Capt . Colby, leaves for White river this evening.' Messrs. Knox and Majors attend to the passengers and freight. ' ' ' ' ' : 1 '"' Miscellaneous. Tbe Minneola left Cairo at 8 o'clock yesterday morning, and is now due. The City of Cairo and Ned Tracey left Cairo, southward bound, last evening. The Ohio is rising at Cincinnati and Louisville, with five feet in the channel and six feet cn the. bars in, tbe Lower Ohio. ' The heavy rain storm on Monday night- extended rtlong 'the Ohie, doing much damage at Cincinnati, , , . , Yesterday's St. Louis Democrat says: The tendency of; all tbe upper rWrs is to swell a few inches. The river here was stationary yesterday, aad the upper rivers were also stationary when the last arrivals were coming down. The weather was pleasant yesterday, after additional hsavy rains Sunday night The wharf is being closed shingled with boats again. Tonnage continues greatly in excess of demand. Steamboat Printin. w respectfully ask our steamboat friends to call aud ex amine the -tpecimens of fine steamboat printing aa.ly executed at the PtTBtlO Ledger olfiee. Our prices will be found to compare fav-. ,bly with those of Cin cinnati or f wlouifl, and to b 'greatly below those u i.ed by other city offices. Bring your orders directly to ns, knd save the commission charged by parties who take in work they aro not prepared to execute. . t STEAMBOATS. wtinn,s UEGULAK Memphis & N. 0. Wednesday Packet HOUTIIERNEll T DICK MASON, BTEVJ1 HANCOCK ,-Ma'ter - ..Clcrk CAPT. TOM BERRY, I fcl'U. BANKS. 1 Pilots. riniE-SOUTifKRNEK'' BEING 6wf!P A and couimUe.a exclusively ny tne etiove om -oers, and bout-lit expressly for the trade, ship pers can rely upon her remaining iu the seme during the entire season. ' Having been thoroughly overhauled and re fitted, the Southerner can oner inducements to Shippers and Passengers that cannot be sur passed by any Boat on th river. ' Will k-ave for New Orleans, WEDNESDAY. Septeoiher 6tb, and every alternate Wednes day thereafter. All Way Business - Solicited. 1? J. T. BOPRNBI A CO.. Ag'ta. ! MJSCELL A NEOU S Official Drawings of th Missouri But , Lottery. CLA83 No. 61-Draw Surf, i lciKf. ; 36, 4. 14. fi, 1H, ?, l, 32. & Sri, 81, 42, t. EXTRA CLASS No.620-Dswa Srrr.4. li. 5, 76. 9, 77. S7, 54, M. 11, 71, 'S. 17. 21, ft). NO GIFT. ENTERPRISE ! Or noy other Swindle! ALABAMA. MISSOURI AND KENTUCKY STATE AUD HAVANA LOTTERIES.' OXLT LEGAL LOTTERIES IN t. S. 'PHKY ARE DRAWN UNDER STATE 1 Charters: havebeeu drawn for over FOR IX YEAh.s . . Ili-nit must be and are deposited with TJ. S, Collector a Security. Tbe prires aie drawn in public by two sworn Coo1 miasioners appointed by the State. Must be drawn it tickets are rtild or not. PKIZKH ALU. CAH1I! There are two State Drawings each day. Sod two Ilavana Drawinirs each month. ' Drawing can be seen two hours after pur chase of Ticket. One-half the Tickets are Priie Pritee paid o day of purchase. ' ' Ticket il to KM. according to Scheme. Prises (1 to Slul.Kul. a.-crJine to Scheme. Schemes, Circulur and Explanations eau he obtained of Geo. W. Van Vuaat, 6"le Agent, No. 211 Uayose street, between Main and Shelby. UKO. W. VAN VOA.T, . t Box aft. Memphis Poet Office. BKOOkS, IVfcfcLY aV CO, Commission Merchants, I GKOCFItN, PKOYISIOX I , . " .. . AS LIQUOR DEALERS, No. C0 Front Wtrwet, I Between Court and HaJisto. . TT ARK DAILY EJ-CEfTIVil CO.V J V eignmenU nf Floor, Ba.n. Pork, Lord, Whisker, etc, which we are aelling at thcl" . set market cah price. Cis DOUTAZ'S -RESTAURANT, No. 539 Second Street, Under Greenlaw Opera Hons, MEMPHIS. - - - TKJOJ". THIS RESTArRXVTll LlEX FITTED up in n,--ciat i))e. ai. I r!.aiienirti com parison in any repct with aay hetarent in th South or West. It ia now open, acd the patronage of the pahlic Tt'ectfnliT invued. ii E. DOilAZ, Proprietor. (From Dlanenaatorr of til a finite! flrataa. " Dlosma Crenata, , Bnchn Leaves. Ml I 1 i 1 1 -' ! I PBOPJRTlISATaolr odor Is alrong, diffu- J five, and somewhat aromatic, their tastes bit- . terish, and analogous to mint. "' nzuivnu rnvrt-e. i its situ uses. Bachn loaves are gently stimulant, with apvcu- " liar tendency to the Urinary Ordain, producing j diuresis, and'like other sinjilar uieijioines, ex- .,' citing diaphoresis, when circumstances favor this mod of action. . - ' ' : , They are given in complaints of (he Urinary 1 Organs, such as Gravel, Chronic Catarrh of the Bladder, Morbid Jrritation of the Bladder and or Inhontinuence of Urine, from a lass of tone in th parts concerned in its evacuation. ,Tbe remedy has also been recommended in Dropep-' ' sia. Chronic Rheumatism, Cutaneous A flections, and Dropsy. i I1KLMB0LDS EXTRACT BlICHU is ual 'i by persons from the ages of IX to 25, and from 84 to 65, or rn tho decline or chungo of life ; after Confinement's Labor Tains; '. Bed-wetting in ' children. ' UN1 AFFBCTI0SS''f PECTJXIa'r TO FE-" ' MALES, the Extract Bucbu is nnequulcd by any other remedy, as in Chlorosas or Ketentiou, Irregularity, Painfulueas or Suppression of Customary Evacuations, Ulcerated or rxhirrous State of th Uturus, Leucorrben. or Whites. DISEASES Ot TJIH. BLADDER, KID NiyrS. GRAVEL, and DROPSICAL bWEL 1INGS. This medicine increases the power of , Digestion, and excites the Absorbent into beallhy aoliou, by wbjcb the Watery or Calca reous depositions, and all Unnatural Enlarge ments are reduced, as woll a Puin and Inflam mation, , 4 (. UELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUC11U ha cared every ease of Diabetes in which it has been given. Irritation of the Neck of th ltti. defend Inflammation of the Kidnoya, Ulcera tion ef th Kidneys aud Bladder, Retention of Urine, Diseases of tho Prostrate tilnnd, Stone in tho Bladder, Calculus, (Jravcl, Brick-dust Deposit, and Jlutus or Milky Discharges, and for Enfeebled and Delicate Constitutions nf both Sex, attended with th following symp toms; indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Power, Loss of Memory, Diflieulty of Breath ing. Weak Serves, Trembling, Horror of Disease, Wake fulness, Dimness of Visinn, Pain in the Back, Hot Hands. Fluvhing of the Body, Dryness of lb Skin, Eruption on th Face, Pallid Counte nance, Universal Lassitude of the Mu-culnr System, ete. . ; UELMBOLD'S EXTRACT: BUCHU IS DIUKETIC AND BLOOD-PURIFY INO. and cures all Diseases arising from Habits of Dissipation, Excesses and Irnprudencios in Life, Impurities of the Blood, etc., superseding Copaiba in afTectiens for which It is nted, such as tlonorrho?, Gleets, of long standing, and Syphilitic Affections in these diseases used in connection with Uolmljold's Rose Wash. Sold at '' ' ' - iiKLMnouyn' i . '1 , , , 1 . Drag and' Chemioai Warehouse, J 1 ', BROADWAY. ', And bj-DtKitiila?errfiere.' J! i ' i 1 . t. r...i, ." i.i ... 1 ' ', iy t . .. i'i ASK FOR Iiri.U.tOl.lN, f j .TAICKNO OTUKK. 1 - 1 ' -i .- i i . . . ' . : i , i- , i i . i Iteware of Counterfoils. ' FOR .DI'ARRHE A! Use Red Diarrhea Remedy,, .. i Use Kud Diarrhea Kcioedv. Ah ttd Diarrlie Hetuedy, " Use Hed Diarrhea Rerod.v ' j ror Acute or t hrums Diarrhea. . I For Acute oi Chrome Diairbda. i , For Acute or Chronic Diarrhea.' j i f For Acute orCnionie Diarrhea. iced DiAitmiEA icr:tii:iY Is the hc.4t for Infants and rhiMren. 1 Is the btt for Infant and Children. -' ' la the best for Infants ail t hililren. Is the bust for IiilanUi and Children. tiivea Immediate Relief. , ' ft witves Imuieiliate Kelici. . . ' ' . I . ivea Immediate Keliof. I i liives lmuiediaie Relief. VOMM IAG AX1 C K A Ill's Cured with Red Diarrhea Remedy, Cured with Red Diarrhea Remedy, Cured tilth Red Diarrhea Keinedy, ' Cured with Red Diarrhea Remedy, a . t i Prepared in the South. . Prepared in the South, ! Prepared in the South. , - - '. .t Prepared in the South. KVK11Y .tT,JvaiIIJ,Y Who wi.'he to use the best and most perfect Diarrhea Medicine new bet ore tho public, very bottle of which will cure a ciue, bouid at once pun-haee the Red Diarrhea ..tcnudy. Every pottle gives palif faction. fvry Bottle gives hatislaction. wry bottle gives Satisfaction. , . , . it cures Diarrhea lor One Dollar. Iteures Diarrhea f.,r due llMtinr. It cures Diarrhea lor One Dollar. l'Ai.i: aivi i"iii:nLi2 Patient who have used so many IViarrhiMi pre parations without benefit, Hbould send immedi ately and get a bottle of the Red Diarrhea Kein edy. It t exceedingly pleasant, contains no piiwevtul aitringents. imparts tone and strength to the stomach aud boaela, and makes radical cures. cuor.r.iiA i. i:v yokk. Prepare for it in Memphis. - .i V Frepareforitin Memphis. . , reparo lot u iu Meupbia. Jt commences with Diarrhea. , ' It commences with Diarrhea, j - Ileemmencee with Diarrhea. Red Diarrhea Reuieily will cure you. Red Diarrhea Remedy will cure you. Hed Diarrhea Keoaedy will cure ye. FOR YOIllt K1I.FYS. The most perfect medirine, ' The moat perfect medicine. Tbe most perfect medicine, The most porleet medicine, . For the kidirey.- and Bladder, ! ' . For tli kidneys and Bladder, ' i i F'f the kidnoya aoJ l!la l.ler, ' For the kidneys and bladder, Ia Kit. Rearbarry, Cuheha and l.'n.-hu. Ii Kxt. Bearheary, Cubeljs and 1'oiehu. Is Ext. btmrberry. t'ulHilia and liiietiu. Ia Ext. Bearherrv. Cubebs and bu.-hu. FOIl OLD AI voi:c, Who litTeWD tr. ul.le-l will, txuw Jit-eae re quiring arertrtia oU I 'lworiul iiurp(it, lUtl who iiv refortej t- the nirion ndrertiMMl lrvrttrMion, io tmd, w my tsuiphtiUvmlif that oar unpr-Aiiun lUe tfti)utju aud tt-t nicdi rine d-w bl're the i-ut'lK. Lmte HntSe lurOn? t'otUr. irre Boftlttf lor nc I'ollrir. Lvntf Hoitlfj lrH iHWUr. Ltrtf ButUen l--r One liulWr. A rincly fur the frtnarr Orjtans. j A Tftutiy fttf th In nnr y Orvns. A rroiotly ir ittc - nunry trtriiui, 1 A sVmetiy fr the ltririrT OrisAis. ' !' not caiifurc boti.rf you huyjt, FirU in-re one Kit tin hh1 try it. If it it nrrtl in thj euth kv rlv nf rhysician", os tht U'ifnu-t in -hi nt imrity and cicollcnt.-)? Uo yon irflcr tftui iveii turcn And quarks t ttrril -'iaiint.-Kimn ani Infil nfayictMiS? Aro uut tliu utMti.ie nf li South rtmitrntti3 i'refre hiaa-t aud reiiat.9 miitoiiia fcr 1,-imily uw T IIEAIS OF ALL FAMILIES Buy th " Great P lO-thern frAraiitft-'." Huy tlia .rt uiUern 1'r-t'ritH.u " liny thetireat i.t U m PnimniMn. llu tit UrM tfiiutlii'ni I'rrparatiot!. nay mvi! e-lcrw ant -off'lcn'. f Th? merit mttm mnH ennfiitnra, 1 hey Hi vnt tem ai riini.in. Tnr aient aifin and latiiifOst. CITIZENS OF MEMPHIS Who wih to arireonr m.lii-;nM a trial who bttlMva tbat rracttin . hfr-iaa ran fftra theni MtttKia. wba ara witlia; lo ; uirt.ia homa in utnuonn- b trWict- that hnmi nanurt fcmnd ar iwartiy any orhrr an 1 a ha tin n'4 bthT in CfUdomniturrPTwthintCrna-ia hT nand tu yar nart btixrfU r to tha Jollcwui linues f(,i aoy of tU " (: S' uth ar Prafalions ' thut y-'t may ni. 1-jt A. hLMvKt , T. 51 -If Meiutbi. Tenn.