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"OOBERT-OOODIS A CANDIDATE FOR JV Wharlrnasterat the ensuing elooHon. LXJK MAYOK.-W. 0. LOFLAND 18 A X1 candidate forMayorsttboeusuing flection. August flk"". uW! 8TH WARD ALDKRJMAN.-TUK UNDER signed beiu niost earnestly solioited ree lectfully announce himielf a candidal fur Alderman ol the 8lh Ward at the coining eleo- tinn. u4-tol MICHAEL WHKLAN. A LDERMAN ftTH WARD.-AT TflK 80 J. lioiUtiun of many voters, the undersigned hereby announces hiinsolf a candidate tor Al derman of the 8th Ward, and niort respectfully asks the support of the yo'en of aaid ward at the ensuing election-, au4-te FRANK CUMMINSS. riioTll K CITIZENS i K M KM PiIIS.-GKN-1 tlenion : The tiiue Axed by the charter for the election ol Mayor having passeu wuuoui an election, 1 now announce to you that I am Hill a candidate for the Mayoralty when theelection una coine on. i aui, respecuuiiy, your leiio ritir.en. W. I). FERGUSON TO; , AVErtTJ.HEIlS The Puuuu Leuckb now boa by far the largest circulation ' or ANT daily newspaper published in the State of Ten nessce, ahd'oBers, tberefpre, advantage to advertisers not pose8ed ,by any Other journal in the State." Thij is aact which should not be lost tight or by the aureniHing jyiuuu. , . , . . . public ledger: Office. Sio. IS Madlaon Htreet. SPECIAL CAR pS ' DESOTO IKSITKAKCE . , u , . '"' TilUST COM VANY, ' Off MEMPHIS, tKH5,i.. u, Office Desoto Block, Madiaon St. CaiUtal...lI.......-aOO.OOO. 'WHS COMPANY INSURES AGAINST 1 low by Fire Murine and River Risks. Directors-Win-. M. Farrinij'on, W. B.Gal breith. W. I). Greenlaw. 0. W. G oyer, J. J. llaw lines. Z. P. Howies and C. M. Church. " ' WM. W. FARRINGTON. l'res't. J. 0 T.ONSiMl.E, Bocy. ' ' 3-72 UAiOSO MVINUS INSTITUTION. . Memphis, Tennessee.' '," IIAVKIXJ HOUSE, ;, No. 19 Madlaon Street. 'PUIS INSTITUTION. ORGANIZED IN 1 lb,-, ban hoi n in oontinuouit and successful operation lor the past ton year. , it continees to transact a i - . UKKElUt KACUA MGK AND BANK. . . ,.-.. . .. NO uvnsK,-i' , . . wil.h HKCE1VR niPOBITS. ROT AND BILL FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EXCHANGE, Gold, Bilvor and Unourrent Money. SELLS Exchange In sums to ult purchasers, on London ahd all the leading cities ol the Uuilcd States, and wiU make collections on all accessible places in the Houth and Went, K. M. A V'EKY, CasUler. , i , JOHN C. LANIKn.Prea't. Memphis Insurance Comp'y Urunniaud in 18.14. .- . , . ' '.. Oflle" Xo. 22 1-2 Miulitson Si. 1 : :.v;J J.J.MllRPHY, ' J.CUMMINOS JOHHSON, tt l Adul-i.au I .Tnnu T Ktrattiin. - . J. T. Frank, , , 1 X. A.kklsos, F. M. Cash. . I ,. T' "t 'I'HIS INSTITUTION IS PREPARED TO 1 receive Kei'o.Us, to buv and Bell Exchange email the irinciml cominercial cities, and to uiakeCollei tionsoa this city and all principal points rn this section. ' - ' Remittances promptly attended I to. ' J. .1. MLPPUY, Prcn't. T. M. CAP1T. SecTetnVr. . 3-27 FOR SALE. 1X111 PAI.E.-A BOOK-BINDERY AND V I'aper-RulinK Establishment, having a f uoa run oi cuaioiu, aim wi.wwi iu u .uhiui. ucality in the busines portion of the oity. Address UEOKtiB WINO, Jr., 112 Dearborn St., Chicago, III. This is a rore chance lur goo i paying invest ment. TX1R SALE -A .GOOD hECOND HAND V Carriage, nearly new. Would suit very well t .r a na k. Can be touht at a bargnir. Apply at Hicks & Smith's Livery Stable, Jetter ,o .tree, near BYi0R10N( 23 " 8iVJ Front street, up stairs. INUl SALli OR kWX-A HIGULY-IM-' proved place of 27 acres, 3 miles trom the city, on Central evnuo, adjoining the old race track, and in Id minutes walk of the new city Park. Finely Iscatcd for a garden. A choice variety ol pear, peach anil apple trees, and the best stables and slock yard in the county. ill sell garden implements at afnir valuation. Jbor rent for one year. J. W. ARMSTRONG. tl . , 8J North Court street. 17 SALE. . -A large stock of superior PITT81IU11G COAL, in quantities to siut purchasers. . filGLEY, MELLKH.-H & CO., 2g ii2 Jefferson street. tOrliSAl.b..-AN A mT."1 FAMILY GKO V eery. For terms, location, etc, apply at 4tH4 North Court Mrcct. ' FOR RENT. I ''OR REN T- COTTON OFFICES SIX L tine liirt-e otficus lor rent. Suitable for cot ton merchants. Apply early at corner ol How ard's row and Front street. j KKNl-A NEAT RESIDENCE. AP- ply nt No f Avery '-tret. WANTS. Tr ANTED -A SITUATION BY A young man, in a wholesale grocery or commission houtc. Can turnish eight or ten thousand d.-llars. and would Wkc an interest in thehoii!c the first of January. References giveu and riuired. Address A. P. I 17 . . ' , , P. O. Box 4r-tt. WANfEDi-FIFTY LABORERS WANT- edto work on track repair Apply at Superintendent's ottice, Mississippi and Ten nessee Railroad, No. Jackson Block. Slain treef A. S. LIVERMORE, j t General Superintendent. 'AN till'. 25 MoiiK-n w lo Cnrpet. , . ALSO H'OlJat I71H01J.HT,KltlCKS. W. H. FULLERTON A CO,. . ' 4 14 Monroe street, g IMeuipbis, Xenn. TAVi' K L AGE N TS 1 Ml P R II O N T U losell Southern Piclurea. Mnps, , Charts, Books, r1c, etc. Call on EBB i TUIBBLE. S; .letlerfon street. . ; l ' ANTKD SMALL COTTAGE HOUSE. If with three or four rooms, within Wor l minutes' walk Irom Cniun anil rroni sireci Inrinire nt TQ. cor. Pninn and Front. IS ' BOARDING. I HOARDING -TWO OR THREE FAMI 1) lie. can peaccounnod ilod with good board, with front rooms, liav boarders can also be aci-omino!!!!, in Washington street, he tween hcnirid anfl 1'hirrl. U- VOTICE 11 NOTICES. TO PARENTS AND GUAK- diaus. The ri.FI.SFA HIGH SCHOOL, At the Brick Church, will be opened oa Mon day, N pt 17, for girls and boys, under Kcv.John Little. A.M.. tcaoher of experience and a most estimable awntleman. Terms. i and per mouth, from Primary the Hurh et Branches and Liaaaica. By order ol the Board ol 1 rasters. tJOXlCK. . . . . . Orrirr PorTMFi Lin Tysri ct Co., Mkmphis. Ti Sept U l-i . 'PHE REGUAR Ql ARTEhLY MEETi:,G I of tho Board nf Directors of the iwuthern Life In'nrance Company will beheld at tho Home Otlirw, in this city, on MONDAY, Octo ber 1st. I al .1 o'clock p m. By order of the Presidcot 1 2 J. B. D0DD3. Secretary- KTK E.-ofcND XUREE-CENI S'rAMP II for my price-lists of good books, to A, Fry. NrnK'. Corn. LOST.. TOST CBILD.-ON THE lTTIF INSTANT, j small boy, three years old. lie was dressed in while, with black jacket. A liberal reaard will be paid for hiin at 113 Market street. No hat on. Appeal and Avalanche please copv VIA REWARD.-LOSI I)DJ-ON olUihe ereninrof the l;t(h ieat.. ! a POINTER HITCH, not quite grown t hed, neck, back and moft ofngbl aide brown: left side, blmsh odor ; tail cut off; name " Lala.' Any person leaving ber, or information con cerning hrr, with Taylor. Cele A Co.. Jacks n Block, will rereivt the above reward. 12 UUGEST CITY CIRCULATION THE OITY. MICMPHIMi Monday Evening, Sept. 17th. 1866 ' Local Nonet's, inserted among the reading matter, will -be charged twenty cents per line for each insertion. . ( Pittsburg Coal Brown t Jones, of fice 247 Second Btreet Branch ollice 374 Main street R, C. Uite, agent Pittsbubo Coal. Briggs k Peterson, office. 13 Madison street. Branch ofiice, 311 Main street J. B. Moseley, agent. We are the only coal merchants who weigh rjii the city Bt-ales. ' ' 28 j Go to J. Fellowei & Bro., merchant tailors; No. 32 Union street. f ; 1 ' ' 18 ANO'filEB MARINE DISASTER. Sinking of the Katie Biuner Boa, I ana cargo a xotat iioaa. I Again we have to chronicle the sink ing of another steamer, though fortu natcly no lives were lost this time. Tho Katie Bruner sunk in front of the little town of St. Charles, Ark.', on Saturday morning about 2 o'clock. She was run ning slowly at the time, and struck the wreck of a Confederate gunboat, sunk during the war, by order of Geo.. Hind. man, to prevent the passage of the Fed' oral fleet. As usual npon such occasions, the excitement was great everybody looking after " number one," and in do ing go, made themselves unnecessarily wretched, as the water was only ten feet deep. Her bow rests upon the sunken wreck clear out of water, and the 4tern is some ten or twelve feet underwater nearly touching the boiler deck. She is broke in two, and will prove a total loss. Some few articles of light freight, which were Btowtd on the boiler deck, were saved, but that in the ' hull is either washed away or damaged so badly that it will be utterly worthless. The Bruner came near burning up in consequence of one of the lamps in the office exploding while she was sinking. The timely arrival and energy of Mr. Marshall, the second clerk, stopped the flames from spreading. He dashed ev erything overboard that was ignited, re ceiving several burns while doing so. - The first esgineer of the Bruner, died during the excitement, from the bursting of a blood vessel. lie was far advanced in consumption, and his constitution was not equal to the task. The passengers of the Bruner speak favorably of the officer of the boat for their noble conduct, ' every man doing his duty. The Bruner was commanded by Capt. Streeperand owned by Messrs. K. S. Plummer & Co., of this city, who purchased her a few weeks since for $10,000. She is insured in the Washing ton Marine Insurance Company, of New York, for $6000. She. had about 200 tons of miscellaneous freight, valued at $200,000, which was mostly resbipped at this place by Johnson ii Wright, and others. The Des Arc passed shortly after the disaster, and Capt. Ash ford and Messrs. Sullivan and Sinither, her clerks, rendered all the assistance in their power; the passengers speak very highly of their kindness. -';' , Among the passengers on the Briiner was Mr. Jacob Frolich, Jr., who started from this city with material to establish the White County Record at Searcy, Ark.' He lost his press, type, etc., which were partly insured. He, informs ns that he will make another start with fresh mate riel as soon as he can procure the same. A DISASTROUS CONFLAGRATION Eleven Houses Destroyed on Jef ferson Btreet. The fire demon held high carnival on Jefferson street this morning, wrapping in his lurid embrace nine frame and two brick houses, totally consuming them and a portion of their contents, and driving twenty families from their homes at dead of night without giving them time to remove their household goods. The fire was first observed in the black smith ahop of A'. O. Schultz, immedi ately in the rear of his store. Fanned by a brisk breeze, it spread with great rapidity to the rear of three tenement houses on the right, the shoe store of P. J. Kelch, W. McOuire's 'sa loon, L. G. Perpoli & Co 's grocery, and a dwelling immediately in its rear; burn ing steadily forward until the whole pre sented at mass of flames that crackled and leaped high in the air, sending mil lions of sparks flying around, to the dan- . . i . : 1 . i , j ecr OI tne neignoonng uuuuinga, idu v., ... .u. r. :j.kl'. llluuiiuauua; iu. viij vuuoiur, distance. On the left the flames were soon communicated to the roof of the brick building occupied by G. L. Zanoni as a grocery store, and Matthew Murphy, yenst powder manufacturer, in the upper portion of which lived several families. It was thought at one time that ths lower portion of this building would be saved, but the water in a cistern giving out, it and small dwelling in the rear were consumed before water was again ob tained and the engine at work. The firemen worked bard, as usual, but a brisk breeze and want of water were great obstacles to their efforts. A strong force of police, under CapL Garrett, did good service in protecting the property that had been removed. Mr. A O. fechultf estimates his loss - al :15,n(rJ buildings, $1000, stock and tools, fll, (00, on which (here is tib insurance. G, t, snoni's buildings, valued. at $G90(). insured 'for $3000; stOckr f 900 no in iurance. Matthew Murphy, $1500; no insurance. J. B. Vaccaro and Mr, Chamberlain lost furniture to the amount or $0(10. L. Lewin, stock and tnrniture, $4000 ;' Insurance, $3000.' P. J. Kelch, $500; W.,McGuir, $600; U. Q. .Perpoli k Co., $800. Thomas Rivara lost con liderable by the removal of stock from bis saloon. About ten or twelve families Occupied the "upper portions of some ot the buildings destroyed, whose losses we could not ascertain. ,, ' . "u ,', i Fall goods at Mack Bros, k Bohm's. ' Ths Cottom Tax. Mr. A. S. I.ivei- niore General . Superintendent of the Mississippi and Tennessee" railroad, has written a letter to Mr. Parrington, Presi dent of the Chamber of Commerce, in regard to the inconveniences of the new tax Taw, which requires the revenue tax to be paid on cotton before shipment At many ef the stations Here are no as sessors, and at points where assessors have been appointed, no blanks are fur nished, and in general there is perfect confusion. The result is that the road cannot transport the cotfon until the tax is paid, and producers are unable to pay the tax for two reasons : 1st For lack of money. 2d. "No assessors and collee tors. Jt would be a great accommoda tion to all parties i permission' could be obtained to allow the cotton to be ship ped to this point and (he tax paid here. Merchants . could then advance the amount of the tax upon the cotton de livered to them. A- meeting of the Chamber of Commerce will be held to day for the consideration of the mutler. New Memphis Thkatrk. The first week of the season and of Mr. Barrett has been a successful one, and the at tendance each evening must have been flattering alike to the management, star and stock. On Saturday evening Rich ard III was presented to a good house, the audience evincing their appreciation of Mr. Barrett's "Richard" by frequent bursts of applause, that were called forth by his splendid representation of the character. There was no unnatural storming, ranting and tearing things to pieces that some performers consider necessary to make " Richard himselt," but a smooth, clear and correct delines tion, every word being carefully uttered, and every look and gesture showing the result ot deep study by their faithfulness ta nature. To-night the new play written by the author of Ronedale, and entitled the Romance of a Poor Young Man, will be presented, with Mr. Barrett iu the title role. UREENLAW UPERA ilOl'SE. illlS PCW temple of the drama will open its doors this evening, and the public will be per mitted to gaze and past judgment npon its merits ami those of the company. A new building, newly furnished, 'with new scenes, a new company, a new star, in this city, will be something new lo our people, and we' look for a large attend ance to flight Hie opening piece is Tanchon, with Miss Emilie Melville as the " Cricket." She comes to us with a brilliant reputation for excellence in this and other characters.' The utock com pany comprise many whose names are familiar to us by reputation, as artists of merit. Fall g iods at Mack Bros. A Bohm's. A Legal Qi'estiom. On Saturday Mayor Park arrested a man for being drunk and disorderly, and took him to the station-house. John C. Creighton went along with the parties, some words ensued, when he was arrested for inter fering with the policemen. R B.Miller, Esq., conducted the defense in the Police Court, this morning, contending that the Metropolitan Police law requires all of fenders to be taken before the nearest magistrate for trial, and that Esquire Creighton being the nearest magistrate when the man was arrested, had a right to interfere. Creighton was fined ten dollars. He appealed, and the question will be tested in a higher court Desirable Property. Monsarrat, La nier & Co", will sell, on Thursday, at auc tion, a number of lots in the Gov. Jones' subdivision, a short distance northeast of the corporation limits. This is a very healthy and improving location. On Saturday morning, at 10 o'clock, they will sell the beautiful suburban residence of the late Hon. J. Knox Walker, on Central avenue. The place contains 25 acres, and lias comioriHOie improve ments. On Saturday afternoon, at fonr o'clock, these gentlemen will sell a splen did and commodious residence on Her nando street, nouth of Vance. Fall goods at Mack Bros, k Bohm's. Hospital Arraxdemexts. The Judge -of the County Court has directed Sheriff Winters to turn over the Fort Pickering pauper hospital to the County Board of Health, and commanded him to afford all the necessary aid and assistance, by way of guards, etc., to enable the Board of Health of 4he county to fully carry out the orders of the County Court in regard ta the pauper siek in the districts of Fort Pickering, Overton s Addition and Chelsea, during the prevalence of cholera. Board of Health. At the Board of Health meeting on Saturday a resolution was passed aiviaing we city into rigni districts or ward, each one to be under the personal supervision of a member of the Board, whose duty H shall be to see that his ward is efficiently disiofeeted, and that pauper sick bare the necessary medical attendance. After considerable debate, the cholera was declared to pre vail here as an epidemic The Elect? Satcroat Citt Debt TO BE FrDtrV-J At the election held Saturday it was decided to ftind $250, 00Q of the city debt by is mug time j bonds, the vote being 180 in favor, and! 112 sgainst the measure. It was decided not to issue $500,000 in bonds for street 8iid Tklloy :i ro rl rove menu, by a' vote of pl to 204. i . Mortdarv Report. The Health Offi cor reports the total deaths in the city last week one hundred and seventy-five, classified as follows : Males white 40, black 7G ; females white 20, black 24 ; children white 9, black 6. The cause of death of 99 is stated to be cholera, 7 died of diarrhea, of congestive chills, 3 of congestion. ' ' ' ' ' j Committed fob Trial. A Bureau pet named Margaret Williams, arrested for stealing silver spcons, table cutlery and wearing apparel from Mr. , E. S. Plink ett's residence, has been committed for trial at the next session of the Criminal Court, after an examination before Es quire Oreightoa. - Paoibo Match. A pacing match for $500, mile heats, best three in five, will come off at the Memphis Trotting Park on Saturday next, for which Mr. Single has entered b. g. " Pat Shannon," Mr. Dickey b. g. "Mart Walt," and Mr. Cowan g. g.- "Ned." An interesting time may be expected. '' , Isihoxast Sick. Yesterday morning our Court street cotemporary announced that the Board of Health " adopted the report of the committee appointed to nominate physicians to attend the indig nant sick." We would suggest that in digent physicians be detailed for that duty. ' ' '. - 1 Fall goods at Mack Bros. t Bohm's. Runaway-. The horses attached to the rotary engine became scared by the blow ing of the whistle, at the' fire this morn ing, and run away. They ran a' consid erable distance before being stopped jolting the engineer and fireman off while jumping a gutter, and bruising them slightly. ' . . Burial ok Paupers. During the prevalence of cholera, the magistrates of the county, the members of ihe Board of Health, and Supt Beaumont, are author ized to issue to the undertakers orders for the burial of paupers, both in city and county. Police Court. Fifty-five cases were disposed of and $238 collected this morn ing. A negro named Bill Jones was fined $25 for stealing, and Mike McGuire was teat on the chain-gang for fifty-three days for being drunk ami whipping his wife. Cholera Report.' Twenty-nine new cases of cholera were reported by the Sanitary Police yesterday, and fourteen deaths thirteen negroes and one white person. At noon to-day eignt new cases and six deaths had been reported. Stealing Tobacco. A coldred dray man named Robert Fowlkes was fined ten dollars in the Police Court .this morning:, (or stealing abr m i.re pound of chewing tobacco from , .le of goods rescued from the fire thih morning. Firkman Injured. Put Haley, of the hook and ladder company, was badly hurt at the fire this morning, by a brick falling from the top of a two-story house on his breast Removal op the Cowntt Seat. The vote in the city on the removal of the county seat from Raleigh to Memphis on Saturday, was 330 in fnvor of re moval, and 13 against it . i Seedy. Those in want of seed of any description are referred to the advertise ment of R. G. Crnig k Co., 379 Main street. Central MtiuuDisT Church. Bishop Pierce, of Georgia, will preach to night at the Central Methodist Church. Adution. Cayce sells goods at auction very cheap every day at 396 Main street. Fall goods at Mack Bros, k Bohm's. Memphis and Charleston Railroad. Mail and passenger trains leaving Mem phis at C45 a.m. by city time, connect at Chattanooga with trams for all important points in Georgia, East Tennessee, Virginia, North and South Carolina. Passengers for points south of Grand Junction, and for points on the Mobile and Ohio Railroad either north or south of Corinth, leave Memphis at 6:45 a.m., making close con nections. Express train leaving Memphis at 1:45 p.m. makes close connection with the' Nashville and Decatur Railroad for Nashville, Louisville and all important points North, East and West Time to Kaskrille, 15 houn and 45 minutes. .Baggage checked through. Through tickets and information can be procured at 13 Court street. Adolpbe Bernard, Ticket Agent To be cured of disease or sufferiug is always desirable, but to be cured by in fluences gentle as the breath of Spring and lasting as life, is the especial pre rogative of homipopathy. Humphrey's Specifics, advertised in another column, leave nothing to be desired in this direc tion, for family or individual use. They are mild, simple, and yet prompt and efficient ; always rendering satisfaction. Address Humphrey's Specific Homoeo pathic Medicine Co., 5C2 Broadway, New York. 17 No protective duty is necessary to secure tor l naion s " jMgni-xuooming Cereus," a preference over Labia's Ex tracts among connoisseurs in perl u me. The public should know, however, that the so-called Labia's Extracts in this market are all domestic imitations. One bottle of the " Night-Blooming Cereus" is worth gross of them. Bennington Banner. 14 Large lot of mocking and canary bird-cages just received, and for sale low at 46 North Coert street Also, a splen did assortment of children's carriages, , with a full line of wood and willow ware for the jobbing trade. ' Call and examine. 17 Wheei.ee. PicrEKB ft Co. Armstrong, Mubpht ft Co., dealers in wall paper fend window shades, have removed to 200 Main street, between Adams and Washington,, opposite Web ster Block. - . . 12 , Just Received. Three hundred doz. pails; 100 nests tubs; 200 dozen brooms for sale cheap at 46 North Court street 12 Wb-eeler, Pickens ft Co. . Special Notices. Special Hotless will be inserted la tan col umn for Us eenta per line for each insertion. Ths Great Heed (applied $ Pills have beea swallowed in millions. Salves have been rubbed in by tho pound. Dr. Maooikl's two grand specifics are putting an end to this wholesale system of medication. Oae of his famous pills is a dose. A box of his healing salve is of more value, as a remedy for ulcerous and eruptive disoaaos, than a ship's eargo of the ointments advertised to ear everything, bat are all, in faot, either useless or deleterious. Dr. Maouiil'b motto iscoacurriATicM. He has placed in the smallest compels the satire principle of the most potent vegetable specifics. There is no mineral la his Pills they do not gripe they do not enfeeble. They create a vigorous appetit,and eorrespondinglyst length en the digestion. They tuno the liver, clear the head and steady the nerve.,, No form of scrofulous disease can resist the disenfectent operation of the Salve. Tumor Abscesses, Salt Rheum, Boils, Pimples, Pus tules, etc.. are thoroughly eradicated by this unrivaled medicine. Ia fact MAOoin's Bil ious, DvsfiftiO and Diaiihia Fills cure where all others fail. While for Burns. Scalds, Chilblains, Cuts, and all abrasions of the skin, Maggiel'a Salv is Infallible. Sold by J. Mag giel, 41 Fulton street New York.aud all Drug gists, at 26 cents per box. ' 4-149 Select School for Young Ladies of the Hebrew Faith, 173 and 175 West Thirty-ninth street, between Seventh and Eighth Avenues, New York. To the Israelites of Tennessee: Mrs. Henry Simons, having been requested by many South ern and Western friends (whose children have been educated at the Institute) to make known her school, announces to them that she receives pupils from the ages of 7 to 10. The pupils ean acquire the English, French, German and He brew languages thoroughly. Music and singing taught by able professors. Sewing and embroid ery made an especial instruction. Dancing and gymnastic exercises taught during tho winter season. The pupils attending the Institute will find it a home in every respect and every car will be taken with their moral and religious training. Pupils can enter the Institute at any time. For circulars, apply as above, eo-47 Sarrlage and Celibacy An Essay of Warn ing and Instruction for Young Men. Also, dis eases and abuses which prostrate the vital pow ers, wilh sure means of relief. Sent free of charge in sealed letter envelopes. Address, Dr. J. BKILLTN HOUGHTON, Howard Associa tion. Philadelpnia. Pa. , S-ft Advertisements intended for the THEAT RICAL BELLETIN should be. handed in durini tbu evening to insure insertion, as the fornix goto press very early in the morning, t Our "Publlo Directory." To str'angen visiting Memphis we offer a list of clover, reH able businoja men. under the above head, "o the first page of Ihe TV bmc Lrnnrg. The Port of Memphis. Tho' river is rising slowly. Business is dull. ; The weather clear, warm and pleusuut. The following are the arrivals and de partures since our lust : t Arrival. Steamer Mississippi, New Orleana " Naugatuck, St. Louis. " Last Chance, Arkansas river: " V. R. Arthur, St Louis. " Peter Baler, St Louis. " ClBra Dolsen, New Orleans. " Belle Memi.'iis, St Louis. " Northwest, tit Francis river. " Des Arc, White river. , Departures. Steamer Mississippi, St. Louis. " Olive Branch, New Orleans. " Magenta, New Orleans.. " Guidon, Pine Bluff. " Dan. Able, Vicksburg. " Harry Dean, Cincinnati. " . Golden Eagle, Cincinnati. " Last Chance, St. Lonis. " W. R. Arthur, New Orleans. " Peter Baler Vickbnrg. " Clara Dolsen, St. Louis. Boats in Fort, Northwest, Belle Memphis, Des Arc, Petrolia. Boats Leaving To-Day. Cairo and St. Louis. The Belle Memphis is the regular packet to-day. Captain Musselman in command, Larry Fuller, clerk. While River. The famous Des Aro is the White river packet Tuesday evening. Captain Ashford commands, and Johnny Sullivan and Charley Smithersare in the office. Miscellaneous. The Katie Bruner sunk near St Charles, in White river, on Saturday morning. Full particulars in local column. At St. Louis the river is reported stationary, while the upper rivers are on the decline. The last arrival from the Arkansas reports that stream rising. The Ohio is rising from Pittsburg to Cairo. Steamboat Printino. We respectfully ask our steamboat friends to call and ex amine the specimens of fine steamboat printing daily executed at the Public Ledger ofiice. Our prices will be found to compare favorably with those of Cin cinnati or St Louis, and to be greatly below those asked by other city offices. Bring your orders directly to us, and save the commission charged by parties who take in work they are not prepared to execute. t Monetary and Commercial Honey Harket Then is nothing new to report ia the money market, negotiations for loans are affected with much difficulty, and only to especial fa vorite and upon i rst-oUss collaterals, tr un exceptionable city acceptances. We have scarcely eaa the market so cloee as bow, caus ed, principally, by cur aierehanti, ia many in stance, having advanced to their planting friends as ssuch as the full amount which will be realised fro at their eottoa ropa- The mar ket will become easier whea a sufficient amount of eottoa comes iu to give then relief. It downward tendency ef tld still continues, bet her aad ia New York. Broken ar pay lag only t. Cotton Market. The advance of last week ef two cents is euiataiued, aad there seems to be considerable inquiry to-day. th market being ires. There i still ia this Uy over 10, 00 bale of th old crop, held tor higher prices. With th larg stocks, both ia Liverpool aad America, aow ia market, added to th large amount soon to be reaJiied from the present growing crops in America, w can't see whore the higher price " is to Come from. Wo repeat the quota tions of Saturday : Quotations given bolow Include the three cent tax: . ; . Ordinary 24a2 I Middling 32i?M Good Ordinary .22H I Strict M idiHing-:it(4:H Low Middling.....2;iU I Good Middling-OUgltt . ,. ' . ' " ' : General Karkt ALE. pcrhalf barrel 10 50 12 00 ' BAIK1IM1. tier vard. India. 0 41 Power-loom m 0 at) BAGS, GUNNY New -. 29 30 Secondhand - IS BROOMS, per down,-.........-.-. 1 75 BEANS, per bushel. Navy.- -...... 1 00 BUTT Mi, per pound, I 0 43 0 40 (a 2(1 0 00 0 ITS r , 0 25 . 0 Si 0 30, 0 3a . 0 209 0 25 ... 0 65 (8 0 61) f. 0 Wl .... (q 1 HO ... 10 1 60 Firkins-.. Tubs and Fails ... CANDLES, per pound. Suu-........... CAPS. ' G D, T 1..,.. , BB.fHsJO . Eley's tB,f WOO Kley's F B, t 10O0 CHEESE, per pound W esturn Reserve....... 1. A CHICKENS, perdnien Turkeys, per doxen- .. COFFEE, per pound, Hio... Laguayr.... Java h......-,. CORN MEAL CRACKERS, Butter....... Soda-...- .. . EGGS, per doien FEED. llay, per ton.. ........ . Hay, inferior Bran ........ Corn, per bushel ..... Oats - FLOUR, per barrel. Low Superfine Superfine - Single Extra-.. Double extra.....-. Treble Extra.. Fancy Brands FRUIT, per barrel, A pples, green Dried applea ........ Dried peaches, halves-. riau. Mackerel No. l perbbl 2! 03 ri o. 2 " No. 1 hf. bbl. No. 2 " " No. H " No. 1, per kit 3 00 i 24 No. 2, " " . 2 0 t 3 00 " No. 3, " ..- 2 to lit 2 75 Dry Cod, per pound-.. 0 07( 0 04 White Fish, per hf. bbl.-..- 03 10 00 OUNPOWii.K. Quarter Kfg...- Hall kegs . Kelts ........-.......-10 25 HARDWARE. Nails, per keg, lOd to 40d.- 7 75 SI H 10 " Od 8 2a Cut spikes.....- .-. 8 00 Wrought boat spikes .11 00 Pulinirt. hrtllowwar. CUb 0 10 I Bar iron-- - 07!'4 0 (H II urae-snoe .iron..... .. u mywr u 11 0 18 0 40 3 50 .on; o M . 0 40 .... 4 00 09 ....21 00 18 Ul .-24 00 0 BO 0 43 ... 00 . 6 50 .... 00 .10 00 II 50 15 UU 2 25 0 13 0 20 0 45 o 0 00 0 0 31 W il 3n t 0 45. ia & oo (9 0 11 6 0 10 k t 35 ajii oo i U 00 tejj 00 0 Wl (0 0 45 7 60 7 75' o 00 tell 60 fcl2 00 J17 00 0 4 00 0 11 j24 00 ..20 uu m-zi 00 ...11 50 12 50 ...lo 5u (uii no 5) toll! 5) 9 4 25 m 6 mi 4)10 60 8 25 ( 8 :t: i9 8 75 W 8 75 aU 00 9 0 12 S Nail rod 0.15 ' Cast steel, English . 0 35 Blister steel, English. 0 B0 German steel ...... 0 25 HIDES, per B. . Green Green, sail 0 07 Dry, flint - 0 11 Dry. salted 0 IH HOMINY, per barrel 5 50 LAHD. per pound, Ia tierce 0 22 Iu kogs -.. 0 24 LEAD, . . D ir. perrh - LEATHER, per . Chestnut oak. sole I pper, rdoz :i i French calf, do 1st 00 American do 42 00 Hemlock solo per lb 0 42 Skirting, " 0 40 LIME. Alabama 3 00 Cap-. - . 2 25 Ohio 1 75 MOLASSES, per gallon, Barrels and half bbl... . 0 60 New Orltans, new 0 85 Golden syrup . 1 00 OILS, per gallon. Coal ::... 0 65 Lard 1 8t Lmsocd 2 no Train 1 35 Beusine 0 30 Turpeniine .. Paris White, per 0 08 PROVISIONS. Porn. mcs, per bbl 35 00 Clear sides, per lb.. Shoulders " liieaklast, per lb II ams, plain - Hams, sugar-oured... . ' Beef, mess, t bbl Beof, dried, ROPE. Cotton rope- ManilU loj e Machine Band - . 0 20 9 0 40 ' tb W 0 20 0 05 0 OTIS' VS 0 13 0 10 a t 50 0 0 23 a 0 25 ..- -r 0 0 14! i 0 45 (4 0 48 w-w 00 (a 72 00 (A'Sl 00 0 45 ia 19 2 75 0 2 W) 0 0 75 ( 1 00 0 1 75 0 0 70 Wl & 2 10 0 1 40 0 0 35 0 1 !ft 10 0 10 : 0) - 220 0 23 .. 0 17'ia 0 18'i 0 24 21 0 25 '.'.Zi 2ti 0 0 ifl 0 22 0 27 (25 0(1 0 0i8 RICE, per pound. In Barrels .. 1 15 0 1 25 . 0 27K 0 So 0 21 4 0 22 ... 0 17 0 0 18 0 11M 0 13 SUGAR, per pound. Crushed and powdered--. 0 19 0 0 20 Clarified, A. B.O 0 0 1(- Brown - 0 14 0 16.'; SALT, per barrel 3 50 0 4 00 UoT, . Patent, f bag . - 41 75 Buck, bag yi 4 00 SOAP, uer nound. German ...... 0 13 Palm 0 10 Common SODA, per pound. bPICES. Allspice..... - Cloves Ginger ., - Nutmegs,: - . Pepper.... Mustard TAR, per gallon... ...... . r.. it A, per pound.' Green ... P - -.. Black TOBACCO, per pouud. Virginia.. Black Sweet Wi Navy, Rs ... Medium, s - Medium bright, tts Good bright du -.. I ine natural leat- 0 0 I44 I 0 12 0 Wi 0 U'S .. 0 11 W0 12i . 0 35 , 0 60 . 0 27 . 1 63 .0 37 . 1 (0 . 0 62 15 ...... 1 25 0 70 0-0 0 00 1 00 1 25 1 25 Common, out of order-- 0 40 Smoking VEGETABLES. , Potatoes, old, bbl-.... Potatoes, new, bbl.-. 3 25 - Cabbage, per 1U0 5 00 . Onions, new, per bbl. 4 VINEGAR, per gallon -. 0 27 WHISKY, per gallon. Common .. 1 90 Imitation Bourbon... .2 50 Kentucky Bourbon. ...... 3 00 YEAST POWDERS, tdos. , Mem. Chem. Mills,Htbs... Pioneer. H 3 CO Pre-ton Men-ill'' 3 30 0 0 38 k 0 65 W 0 30 0 2 00 ( 0 40 0 1 25 0 0 Ji 0 2 Ou 0 1 50 0 1 50 0 0 75 0 0 70 M 0 70 0 1 20. 0 1 On (31 1 75 0 0 60 - 0 30 1 0u 3 M 0 6 IM 0 4 '.- 0 0 U 0 1 50 0 3 00 0 00 0 3 50 0 3 fO let H Ml STEAMBOATS. Xsmphis A N. 0. Wednesday Packet ; SOUTIIERNICR. DICK MASON, iMaster STEVE! II AN COCK Clerk CAPT. TOM BERRY. I K I'll . BANKS, i Pilots. THKM SOUTHERNER "BEING OWED and rontroiin exclusively by the above o di cers, and bought expressly for the trade, ship pers raa rely upon her remaining in tne same daring the entire season. Having been thoroughly overhauled and re fitted, the Southerner can offer inducements to Shippers and Passenrera that cannot be sur pa.sed by any Boat on the river. Will leave for New Orleans. WEDNESDAY. September 5th, and every alternate Wednes day thereafter. , All War Business Solicited. 13 J. T. BOUHNE A CO., Ag't. r ! MEDICAL.' Ti XJ C II ,XJ . I i j (From Dispensatory of the United States. Dlosraa Crenata, . Buchn Leaves. - PE0PEBTIES. Their odor Is strong, diffu sive, and omewhat aromatic, their tastes bit terish, and analogous to mint. - MEDICAL FE0PERTIE8 AND USES. Buchu leaves are gently stimulant with a pecu liar tendency to the Urinary Organs, producing diuresis, and like other similar medicines, ex citing diaphoresis, when circumstances favor ' this mode of action. ' They ar given In complaints of the Urinary Organs, such as Gravel, Chronic Catarrh of tho Bladder, Morbid Irritation of the Bladder and Urethra, Disease of the Prostrate and Retention or Inoontlnuence of Urine, from a loss of tono ia the part concerned in its evacuation. ' Th remedy has also been recommended in Dyspep sia, Chron ic Rheumatism, Cutaneous Affections, and Dropsy. HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU is used ' by persons from the ages of 13 to 25, and from 35 to 55, or in the decline or cbang of life r after Confinement or Labor Pains; Bed-wetting in children. IN AFFECTIONS' PECULIAR TO FE MALES, the Extract Buchu is uneqimlcd by any other remedy, as in Chlorosis or Retention, -Irregularity, Painfulncss or Suppression of Customary Evacuations, Ulcerated or Schlrrous , State of the Uturus, Leucorrhca or Whites. . DISEASES OF TUB BLADDER, KID NEYS GRAVEL, anO DhOPSICAL SWEL LINGS. This medicine increases th power of . Digestion, and excites the Absorbents into healthy action, by which the Watery or Calca reous depositions, and all Unnatural Enlarge ments are reduced, as well as Pain and Inflam mation. ': I .. t- : ,. . HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCUU has cured every case of Diabetes in which it has been given. Irritation of the Neck of the Blad der and Inflammation of the Kidneys, Ulcera tion of th Kidneys and Bladder, Retention of Urine, Diseases of the Prostrate Gland, Stone in the Bladder, Calculus, Gravel, Brick-dust Deposit, and Mucus or Milky Discharges, and for Enfeebled and Delicate Constitutions, of both Sexes, attendod with tho following symp toms : Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Power, Loss of Memory, Difficulty of Breathing, Weak Nerves, Trembling, Horror of Disease, Wake fulness, Dimness of Vision, Pain in tho Back, Hot Hands. Flushing of the Body, Dryness of th Skin, Eruption on ths Face. Pallid Counte nance, Universal LasjituJo of the Muscular System, etc. " ' - HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU IS DIURETIC AND BLOOD-PURIFYING, and cures all Diseases arising from Habits of Dissipation, Excesses and Imprndencies ui Life. Impurities of the Blood, etc., superseding' Copaiba in affections for which it is used, such as Gonorrhoea, Gleets, of long standing, and Syphilitic Affections in these diseases used in connection with Uelmbold's Rose Wash. Sold at " UBLMBOLil'M Drug and Chemical Warehouse, i 6M BROADWAY. And by Druggists everywhore. ASK FOR IIELMIIOLirS, TAKE NO OTJIER. ia mwm 4-lUui of Counterfeits!. FOR DIARRHEA! Use Red Diarrhea Remedy, Use Red Diarrhea Remedy, " Use Red Diarrhea Remedy, L Use Red Diarrhea Remedy, For Acute or Chronic Diarrhea. For Acute or Chronic Diarrhea. For Acute or Chronic'Diarrhea. For Acute or Chronic Diarrhea. RED II 4UK1IEA REMEDY Is the be.it for Infants and Children. Is the best for Infants and Children. Is the best for Infants and Children. Ia the best for Infant and Children. , Ujves Immediate Relief. litres Immediate Relief. (iives Immediate Relief. Gives Immediate Rcliot. VOMITIXG A.I CRAM I'M Cured with Rod Diarrhea Remedy, Cured with Red Diarrhea Remedy, Cured with Red Diarrhea Remedy, Cured with Red Diarrhea Keinedy, Prepared in the South. Prepared in the South. Prepared in the South.' Prepared in the South. Who wishes to us th best and most perfect Diarrhea Medicine now before th public, every bottle of which will cure case, should at one purchase th Red Diarrhea Remedy. Every Bottle gives Satisfaction. Every Bottle give Satistaction. Every Bottle gives Satisfaction. It cures Diarrhea for One Dollar. It cures Diarrhea for One Dollar. It cures Diarrhea for One Dollar. PALE AND FEEBLE Patient who hav used so many Diarrhea pre parations without benefit, should send immedi ately and get a bottle of the Red Diarrhea Hem edy. It is exceedingly pleasant, contains no powerful astringents, imparts tone and strength to the stomach and bowels, and makes radi.-al cures. , CHOLERA I. XE1V YORK. Prepare for it in Memphis. Prepare for it in Memphis. Prepare for it in Memphis. It commences with Diarrhea. . It commence with Diarrhea. . It commences wilh liiMrrht.,, Red Diarrhea Reuiedv will cure you. Red Diarrhea Remeoy will cure you. Red Diarrhea Remedy will cure you. FOR YOUR KI1F.VIS. The most perfect medicine. The most perfect medicine. The most perfect medicine, I he most pertect medicine, rer to moneys aoa niauaer, For the kidneys and Bladder, For the Kidneys and Bladder, Kor the kirlntivau.l IHu.I.Ia. Is Ext Bearberry, Cuhebs and Bucba. ' Is Ext. Bearbeiry. Cubebs and Baichu. Is Ext. Bearberry, Cubebs and Hu.-liu. Is tit. Bearberry, Lubebs and Buchu; FOR OLD AXD YOI.G, Who hav beea troubled with anv disease re quiring a certain and powerful Diuretic, and wno nave resoneu to ine various aivrtiM-ti Dreoarations.in vain, weaavemnhaticallv that our preparation is ihe rheupest and best medi cine now befur the public. Large Bottles for One Dollar. Large Bottles for One Dollar. Large Bottles for One Dollar. 8 1 ' Large Bottles forOue Dollar. A remedy p.r the I nnary Organs. A remedy for Ihe Urinary Organs. A remedy for the Urinary Orirans. A remedy for the Urinary Organs. Do not censure before you buy it. First procure one bottle and try it. If it is orenared in the South bv a class nt Physicians, does that detract from its purity and excellence r De yo prefer frigid adven turers and quarks to torrid acquaintances and tried physicians I Are not the people nf the South competent to prepare honest and reliable medicine for family use 7 . nEADS OF ALL FAMILIES Buy th " Great Southern Preparationa." Buy the " Great Southern Preparations " Bay the " Great Soother Preparationa." Buy the "Great Southern Preparatio-.s."- Ihey merit esteem and confidence. They merit esteem and confidence. They merit esteem and confidence. They merit esteem and eoafidmee. CITIZENS OF MEMPHIS WhoTwiah to giv our medicines a trial who believe that Praetimg Phy.inana ran ive them Mtistaetion, who are willing to palrocix bom issututin who believe that Aow name sound as sweetly as any other and who innrA believe in eonderonin'everythiiiKCmade here eeod to yor nearest Dninrwt, or lo th following H"es for anv of the " ;rar S.mth- ern Preparations " that yon may ne.L For iteby . J. r. VKOMifOOLbA LU. - 4 " ' G. W. JONKS A CO., - ! , A.RENKEKT. T Sit Wemrhis, Tenn.