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f V, s i ; PUBLIC LEDGER If Olficu. No. 13 Maditon Btreet LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION BY TELEGRAPH. MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES LATEST FROM ALL QUARTERS Lokdov. SeDtember 15. There areru ' mora of a difficulty between Italy an Austria, on the lubiect of the debt of Venetia. ' '.' Tha Porto haa refused to accommo date matter with the Cretans. , ' The troubles on the eastern coast of the Mediterranean are on the increase. St. Pktibsuobo, September 15. The American squadron left the Russian wa. tera on Sunday. The Moscow Gatette extols the alli ance between Russia and the United States. Rlri.im. Sentember 15. Bismark has sent a letter to the U. S. Minister, ac knowledeinc the kindness of American residents in furnishing fifty Hons ice to the wounded in the hospitals. , Paris, September 15. It is expected the circular which Napoleon is about to issue to the powers of Europe, will be eminently pacific in tone. Cleveland, September 15. A large number of officers and soldiers have ar rived to attend the Convention. Tents sufficient to accommodate from three to , four thousand are being put up in Mon ument Square. Muj. Gen. Wool will probably be temporarily chairman, and Oen. Steadman permanent. ' ' Deaths from cholera for the week, 272. WiSHlsiaTOif, Sept 16. A Mexican Minister has been dispatched with news that the Liberals have occupied San Luis Potosi. Vera Cruz was also cap tured by them, with 300 Austrian. It is reported that the Liberals captured Guadalajara, but the news larks con firmation. . , The Liberals attacked Vera Cruz, on the nieht of the 29th of August, aud car ried off eleven French soldiers.' Maximilian has issued a fleerce to col lect fifteen per centum of the value of national church property. Great dis satisfaction exists thereat Nw York, September 15 Advices from Hayti to August 25th have been re ceived. The whole country is in a state of revolution. The city of Gonaives is laid in ashes. The inhabitants have de serted it. At St Maria there are a num ber of revolutionists nnder sentence of death. Gen. Soluare will be executed by President Jeflrard's order, but it will not impede the prugresa of the, revolution, which is against Jeffrard for assuming the dictatorial power. It is believed the Government would be able tu suppress the muvement . . . . . - Nkw Yobs, September 10. It is said that au important movemiftit ofube Stephens Feuiaus will transpire in a short time. Beecher preached to an immense crowd, and disappointed them by making no allusion to political topics. Arrived Msrjposa, General Grant, Orleans, Enterprise, Galveston, Lexing ton nnd Savannuh. Washington, September lfe. Tie New York Tribune will publish to-morrow a special dispatch from Berlin by the At lantic Cable announcing that war is again threatened in Europe. Austria is said to he acting in bad fuiih witb-Italy and Prussia, and threatens to draw the sword again. Fortress Monroe Sept. 13 Major General Gilmore has arrived to conduct a series of experiments with the fifteen ! iucb guns and rifle orduance against an iron clad. A stone target has alto been erected near the fprtress. 1 Liverpool, September 15. Cotton market unchanged, sales of 13,000 bales middling uplands at lCd; breadstuff market firm ; mixed western corn, "27i yd per quarter. j Lovdok, September 15. r Consols de-1 dined one quarter, quoted at " j TO THE TRADE. KICK, (ST IX CO., 303 1-2 and 307 Mala St.. t ARE DAILY RECEIVING "ADDITIONS to their larg stuck of FALL AND WINTER I 1 Y GOODS, NOTIONS. KTC. i t : t ' - ;?' Tbaattrntioaef City and Coanlry Menlaant re'pectlully invited. Ji "CEOWDEE & CO., 311 Front fctreei, General Commission Merchants Aad Wholes! batters ia Virjfc-Inla inl "Vteri TOBACCOS, PCOJ6IA.TLY GXBAKDAWELL selected Uxk of tat abov. Ui ether with CIOAH8, HHUl'VH, Flp, EtC, Etc., wbiaa taw will sell at PRICES TO DEFT cojtpmnos. a MECHANICAL. COTTON GINS. TT.PAVTKRS AVT) OTHERS WANTING I Cotton blins will take notice thatw are sol agent fur the Southwest to soil tu ; E. CARTES' & CO. COTTON ,GIN, sad keep a supply of all rises on liana. , ; -ALS0.- The Best Portable Cotton Press mude. Will make a 500 ponnd bala by the la-' Lor of two man in tilleen or twenty minute -ALSO.- FOHTAHtiK KNOINKH HOB8E"pbWER8, and all sites of BELTING, at manufacturer'! list , Our uniform price for . COTTON GINS 18 FIVE DOLLARS PER SAW. PERKINS, LIVINGSTON A POST, No, 368 Main Street, MEMPHIS,.- TENNESSEE. 1 ' By F. P. COBBY, Agent. XIKAIFJUIS COTTON MIMA Geo. W. Cheek & Co., PBOPBIETOHS MANUFACTURE ' if OSNABURGS, COTTON YARNS . t AND Itopo of all Sizes, BAOaiHO, ETC. it i MOVAL. HB OFFICE OF THE MEMPHIS COT ttm Mill, itt now at ilia house of Sohoolfleld A Ilanaiiar, 2M Front street, whan a full sup- ly iif Usnaburga, Cotton Xaraa, Hope, eto-, con-taiitly on hand. W. B. IUUS. j - Business Agent. WESTERN FOUNDRY I Machine Shor. WM. A. ROBINSON CO. Wa A. Roantsua. F. A. Myehli. R. Niobolsoh. T. B. tiauiiusaa. AKTKn A SUSPENSION OF BUSINESS lor nearly four yean, wa again oomebefura th publio, ulicitins: a share of patroaaira in the ahura branches of biuiueat in oar buiUlipis on MliKIiltY HTRBET, c . Oinuita the Oayoso House. We aro prepared to build and repair Saw Millt, hi.rnies, ale.; furnwh all kind, of Cml inm for liuiliiirnn. Plantations, bailroadi or Miiuoiliuatii. U i(h au ux penenoe of tweuty nvoyesnaif practical mechanics and machin ists, we fuel cunhdont of our ability to give sat-ittai-lion. Our priooa .ball be as low as the el penee of labiir Mxti material will admit of. 40 f Moa. mayuwkj.l. 1a. axosasov. MAVDWELL & ANDERSON, Marble Works, C UNION eJTliKsCX. t , Uotwecn Seocnd and Third, i MEMPHIS - -.TENNESSEE. MONUMENTS. T0MB3, HEAD AND Foot btonea. Mantles. Vases, Counter and Table Topi, Furniture hlabi, etc of the best Italian and American Marbie executed in food style and at roatonable prices. Our Work, is our rffror. Tall ani TRAN SP O RTAJPON. Great Southern Mail Route -VIA- SXesuplilta &z Cliarlestou, EAST TENNESSEE & GEORGIA, East Tennessee fc Tlrginia, VIRGINIA & TENNESSEE AN D Orange & Alexandria Railroads. Shortest Line from Meniplii to Wa-shlBston, Baltimore, Phll adelpnla and New York. Two Through Daily Trains. Tims to KashvilU, It Hours and it Minutes Mail Train leaves Memphis - Kspreu " AecoaatnodaUoa Train-...-. -. aaaiYiKai Eipress Train amTM at Measphis- Mail " " AecommotiaUon Train 6:15 A.M. 145 r.M. 3:46 r.u. 8:30 P.M. U.15 r.u. ti:iib a.m. lUr, City Time.) THR0UB TO NASHVILLE WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS. Tim aa Good as by A.ny Other Koute. Passengers from Mobil aai Hew Orleans Make Cloae Connections at Grand Jinctlon and Corlntn. Mo Delay at any Point on the Wbol Luna tola'ew York. MagoiOcent Palao Bleeplna; Car At Ucnod to aiiMmUS Train. Bagga: Checked Through to all Impor- tant Point. Through Ticket Bold at Bate aa low aa by any Other Route. The Road eotnpotinc this Great Route hare been in luceef.lul operation one year .inc. the eioM of the war have been thuronsely repaired, and provided with new and permanent Bridge. eddrd laraely to tb quantity and quality of their Koiiins Stock, and tor baieiy and Com fort are UBSCaPASSED BY ANY OTHER EOuTS. Mail Train learina M'mphii at 6:45 a.m. con nect at Cbatt.inootra with trains for ull import ant pointa in Oronria, l.wt lennewee, Virginia. North and Noath Carolina. .'aaarnaers for poiau south of Orand Juno tion. or fur paint on Mobile k Ohio Kailroad, either north or south of Corinth, leare ileu pbi. at t-O a.m. by city tiu. Kipres Tram leaving Meinphi at 1-15 p.tn snako cloee conntiotis at becatnr, Ala.. Nahrille. Louiriiie. Cincinnati, and ail poiau North, kat and He Aiu at Chattanooga with the Western and Atlantic tor ail pointa i Oeorffta and hon'.h Carolina, i tpre. Train d'es not itopat any of th tac station." or at the icavt important rasa lar station. Thrrui:h pa-as liter, cannot tail te appreciate thi. eiv: t;e. " ior Tbrouih licnet and further Intor snatioa. apply at tho Company's UUioe, No. lit Court ftreet, iMmt ti,. w Throuia ii itj ran 1 procwred at all Bejlroad Ticket OlLcce in New Orlant : also, at canton. id.. s., oraad Juaction aud Corinth. w. JTuoss. (fenerai Saperir:enaent. W. L. DAKLEI. Uon 1 Ticket Arte t. (3 L . r e W TRANSPORTATION. 1866 , JPJSJLs 1S66 A.RBANGEM13NTS Superior!AdvStages Offer , - TO SHIPPERS BY THE - ' ;I -.ill '1 "'.: il,T " . MEMPHIS & CHARLESTON R. R. rliHE MJCMPHI9 AND CHARLESTON R X K. Co. have perfected arranitement wu Mteaiuar. on the MimiMium. Arkansas Whit river, and with the Virginia aud Ten; ne.ua Air Line Uailway tu iWortulk, Vj., wiih tha (treat Koiilliern Freiaht Line i Charleston and Savannah to New York lor the transportation or all olaaaes ot ireisntsto ana from JKutern cities, at rates not xoaedin( thnseobanreu by any competiuK line. The tacilitioa ufl'orded ahipper by (hone ar ranrements are in point ol tiuie uud security unMiu M hv a&v other routd. Through kill, of lading issued fruui Baltimore, Phi advlohia. New lurk, lio.ton auJ t tie pnn filial eitian in tha North and Kat til Memphi Urand Juuclion, Conuth, and statisna oa tha lineul lbs Alempnis ana Liiarieou iiaurosu, covering all eipeiinos to destitution, iiko ar' ranrements made by the Memphis and Charles. tou Huilronu, tor.eastwara boumi nemuu. Arrungeiuents particuUrly rvUiing to pto duceihipuicnU have been mado with r. :i lato Atlanta. Georgia, and llie Southeast, socuriug to shippers areat advantages in rata over ether line. Hpeciat contract mado on cotton and pro duce suipmeats to Hasten, citieti. tliAnroa amanoeJ. and all ulaitns for los. damage or overcharge, promptly .otiieii. . or rates ana lurtnrr inioriiiation, auurms W. J. ROSS, (ien'l Kuo't. K. WvHALLACK, iten'l Fr't Ai'L Memphis, Tonu. C. K. KVANS. Uen'l Eait. Ag't Virginia and Tenn. Air Line Knilway, 113 uroauwar, . i il J .(KEAL'KK. Hen'iAa't lircst Sou 111 em Frcislit Line. S Bowling Urem, N. Y. S7 1866. . . 1866. lOUSYILLE MEMPIIISV AND . RAILROAD LINE. NOW COMPLETED THROUQH. bUOBTEST AND DEBT EOTJTE TO ALL MINTS t North, East and West! Three Dalljr Passenger Trains. Through to Louisville Without Change or cara. ' t:lt'Kimt Kli.ftiii- Curs ''I'H.ltM. - nil UAGUAtjKi'llKl'KKli THtlOl OU TO ALL '1IHKK DAILY PASSKNOElt TRAINS leave ilenot of Mcuipl'i and Luuinville Kiiilroad, at heiid uf Alain street, a follows: lrt Day Kxpress.stopiuugal principal stations only, at l:ti4 a.m. d.iiiv making conuuclious ith all route. EeafMne Kashvilte in 15 Hours. " Loutsyille in.. . -18'4 " " Cincinnati in 26! " " Indianapolis in i 24 " , " w York in 61 " 2d. Night Express aveiy day at J:Ot p.m., making close connection a at Cairo with Illiuui. Central Kailrnad for St. Loui, Chicago and all Western Cities: at Na.-hville. with N'uih ville ud Cbattauuogn Kuilroud, to all places in Middle and Kt Ti'iiiic.-?eo. Yirgiuia and North Carolina; at LouiDVilla pusoiigers have ehoiceof route, via JenVrsfiVile and Louis ville Kaidroail, or Mail Beat to Cincinnati and all Northern and Eastern ciih-. !td. St, Louij Express, at lU-.OO p.m., every day, through to Coluniuii! without change of car, making cloe eoiincciiou at Cairo with Il linois Central Kuilroad, for all point .u.lh and Ka. Trains arrive - Day Express at 210 a m. Might Kxprass at SAi p.m. at- Louia axpreaa a m. Through tiAft? an 1 all int.iruiution can be obtained at Ticket tldice, corner of Ms in and Jeffarion street, aad at Depot olhce, Memphis. SAM. B. JONK.-S, 31 denarii Suparinteadent Storkbolders' Meetini; of tbe MciuiiDls tt Ohio R. it. Co. rpHE KEOCLAR ANNUAL MEETI-VO OF 1. tho Stockholders of the Memphis and Ohio Kailroad Company will take place at the Com pany office, in the city of Memphis, on Mon day, the bnt day of October next, for ihc pur po.e of electiag thirteen Director, for tho endu ing year, liyoraerof A. WOODRUFF. President. L . B. KVowi.Tn.t. Sec'y end Treas'r. "5 Memphis and Lonisrille R. R. A .sr:""tTX7rrf FAST FREIUnT LIXE. IVotice to MeroliaiitH uud fShippcrH. iOmcg or Qi.EB.tx ?UFtniTriD.T. I MEuruis. Augj.-t -Ji, lMii. j rpHIS LINE WILL. ON MONDAY NEXT. X eoumence running tbeir Through Freight Trains tot Keen Memphis and Louisville, coming tbrough in HA hcur, without change of cars, freight carried atttie LUn SL rlAl fcs. By thil line shipper aru saved the coin oil. -ion, idfurance, delays, knnoyances, etc., inci dental to shipments by river. All good con signed to Acent of Luuisvillo and MemphU Fast Freight Line, Loui.Tille. will b .hipped free ol eommiMioa and without delay. This route is abundantly (applied with new Freight Car and motive power, suSicienl to transport all freight eflered them. . ' All Losses Settled Promptl! Rate furnished and special contract mads application to f . b. V A.N ALbliaa, li en eral Freight Agent, Louiville.Ky or to rol Agen SAM. b JU.Ntb. Men I upt Memphis, Tenn. Memphis & Ibarleston Kailroad "smirvnjiir '. Notice to Shippers. rpUE MEMPHIS k CHARLESTON RAIL X road Company is "prepared to receive and pay steamboat sharges anil drayage oa freight consigned to parties at all points where agoa Cies are established, both on its own road as well as en the MiMimippi Central kailroad and all other connecting lines. Where there I. no agent at points of destiuation to eollect charges and freight, prepayment niu.t he made in Mela lgia. W. J. KOSti, , General Superintendent. litrOKTAM TO TKAVKLEIU Botwsea Momphis aai Eastern Cities. Ths Great Broad-Oanc Atlantic and Great Western !4 RAILWAY J8 I70W OPEN, AND RINKJNO TWO daily fast Express Trains from Cincinnati te ew loraandall Kartera eiti. fnasengers will find this a moot desirable route. The equip ments of thin road are uncqualed by any on this eon tin eat. Elersnt Palace bleeping Cars ac company ail night trams, aad rimokuig Car oa all tram. Ample time it allowed at regular boars for meal a and the unbroken broad-cauge without change ofier to travelers a degree of security, comiurt and speed not to- be lound on any other rout. Connections via Cairo, .St. Leuls or Chicago for thi. route ar aertain : alH connection for Pittabarg, Philadelphia, Balti more and Washington. Ticket had and baa gag checked through at all principal South wester omeea. For farther information and through tickets, apply to . LARRY HARMSTAD. 14 Jcunrrca street. . B. BYLMiiuN. 6 Jefferson street. ' - B.T. FTJLLEH, k Oeaeral Ticks Agent. . . D. MXLAREN, , ' " General Superintendent. ISAAC PAIal, 19 ueni Sooth westers Arest '.r T1,7',-.i-,: . .rnl lia.lv PRINTING. GOOD i WORK. CASH PRICES I PuuctuaUty Befot , AH TMus ) ,! -i. iii t - i' I I , m ,. . i : V .'! WIIITHIORK IIKOTIIKUV,' , i-.j .a -,.,,) i. . i a i tl (" s j i- r t,..jf i Pronrielorsof n, rii t, j h.'t V . : - ' : -' '; 1 ti - ; THE PUI3LIC LEDGER ST to:.'H JOB, PRINTING. HOUSE 13 Madison 8 tr . ' 1 , Having now ia full and 1 .iisteoperatioa Tbe Book and Job Departments 01 this extensive establishment, we take this mode of oalliug the attention ot our natrons and fnonds, aud the publio generally, to our new STEAM ARRANGEMENTS. This office la now the largest and best an- oiulcil criuting nouKe in tu e Southwest, aud ill Iv eouai to anv in the luut as regards its la- OUitie. lor executing witu Cheapness, Jfeatnas and Dispatch, Printing of every variety and In any color. It cannot be surpassed by any astablishuiaot East orkouth. ALL KIXDS OF 1IOHK, Either In Plain or Ornamental Type Plain Black, Colored Ink Gold Leaf and Bronzes, Ia tvery manner known to tha profession, a noma or auroa-i. ENGLISH, FRENCH -AND GERMAN PUINT1NU. HOOK A.M PAMPHLETS Printed with beautifully euCtype- Urnauisutel, PlaiLad i'anoy; Steamboat Printing, Soeclmens alwata on hand at ourfConntina Room. INVITATION CARDS " ' " . s i And BALL TICKETS, Illuminated with the latest ornamental and bail Tovm sccaet. Our.lsrge assortment ot typsfoi snow BILLS AND lWftlW Is not excelled in the United 6Utes." The Lr; l'ictorial Can now be as readily and cheaply don at this office as they are in the Ka-t. aud in as hand some style. We have in our office tb largest sit Presses now in use, together with , Steam Jobbers & Tower Presses In addition to i.ur extra laiga type, we have a splendid assortment of small plain and fancy Job Letters suitable .,r line work. BUSINESS CARDS AND CIRCULARS Dons in handsome style, with suitable en, rav ing representing business. I I PL O M I S er.Aoliool. and.culleges printed si.ualto! Kt f perplato. oiajuns'. Odd Fallows', in Sons of Temperaos I - boMri'i'i V IJ .' lOWM ' Krintid in elc,ant style. Oar Prices Hay tieea Beduoed, And bow will compare will tb cheapest regu arlv established Job Olfaccs ia New York or kiledelyhia. Ws aieleuableojto print CARDS AND BILL-HBADS With great ccleiity. and our price are propor tionately lower. Prompt aud particular attention given to kind. of . MHit aver r mnd Ksllroad PRINTING. Bills Lading. Funeral Nolieea. lisnk Checks, " ' Cahiloffnif, Circular ol all kind. Uat Tip. ; Inurancs Policies, iiiank l-eei. Bill Heads. Labels. Auction lulls, .. Programmes. , limy Tickets, ' Periodical. ' i Iinticea, ilaiaains, Eiack Beceieta, Liectioa Iick-ts. COUNTRT STORE BILLS ' j ... if - . , - . Of vtT deaeription. illuminate-i with etritabl devices, such a railroad can, steamboats, ate i . BLASav B00Kv , ?i With printed ho4, together with every kind of Fisun and Fancy Work don with dispatch. , -, WHITMORK SE0TBEE3 - ' 1 18 Kadlsoartrat CIFT ENTERPRISES. -ttT r1 irs?fTf?"'.T'" : , GBEAT IIKIOX 1 : , A (..'., . '!'.. ' GIFT, COISTCl3H,T " ' TO ' Bit 'draws' It tu, ,.tf ..Ii." i . . MIUW- Grover'a . Theatre, Washington, D C, Sept. 27th, 1866. 30,017 TALCABLE PRIZES I ! ..i ui 't .' .' ' H t will be presented to ticket boMers.lnoluding L $25,000 In Greenbacks!! itiuitpn rt. Trpif kth tskiikd US.Ooo. IN fries 1 uaoh. ive for $4 Ail. sent by mail on receipt of price, aud three cent stamp tor re turn postage. . , 'tood indiioamant fflven to reliable Agents. ). Tha drawing will POBIXIVELV uk piaoe on tho above uute. , . V All communications should be sadrsssed to V1XCEM, BlTTKRFlELD & CO., , 846 Psna. At., Washington, D. 0. - !. O. T.ivtr JiitW: : '' "J ' " ' J eod AFTPMy 1866. LATHHOP, LTJDINOTOIT ft CO.. 826, 828 and 330 Broadway, Kew York NVITB THE ATTENTION OF ALL hrat-claas buyers to their stock of Dry floods. It will be found unsurnassed for all Southern merchants. All department of our business hare been much enlsrged, especially that fur urcsa Moods, wtier we ere constantly opening all the novelties of the season, to which we now a.k particular atteution of both Jobbers and Ketuilers. Our slock oonsists of Dross Goods. Shawls and Cloak., Prints, Dleaobeil Hhirtiuga, Hrown Mmoling, Flannel and Tilankets, Woolen Uooris, iankee Notions, Whit floods. Em broideries, lio.iery, Uents' Furnishing floods. Millinery Goods, etc., etc., all of which Ibey Herat the lowest market prices by th package r piece. ?u-eod CA1U1AKT, W11ITF0KD & 10., Manufacturers and Wholesale Denier. In KEAD1-MADE CLOTH I XO, AMERICAN EXPRESS CTJILDING. S3, 57, 59 and 61 Hudson Street, Near Duane. corner of Worth atret, t N K W Y 11 1C . , . P. CARHSST, OKNRT BBAPgg. " wa. h. mrruao, J. s. van wauagxa, A. T. IU1III.TON. Office of Pay ban A Uarbart m liquidation. ' 7S-end BANKING. Tennessee National Bank. DESIGNATED DEPOSITORT ADD ' ITHVA.NerA.X AGENT OF T1IK UNITED STATES, ALSO . DEPOSITARY AID 'FINAHCIAL AGENT J For ths District of West Tennessee. Doe a Oeueral Banking Bualneae MAKES COLLECTIONS IN BOUTHKRN ON yA.VOHABL.61 TElBafB. j . JUAIIN HTHKET, Olil Stand f the 1 'lantera linnlc GEO. R. RUTTKR. President. J. H. HI "iC'lllXMliN. ViceFres'U VAL'I'KR S. MOHUAN. On.hier 2n RESTAURANTS. DOUTAZ'S RESTAURANT, Xo. 330 Second Street, Undet Orctnlaw Opera House, MKMPHIH, ... TENN. rpniS RESTAURANT HAS BEEN FITTED A ap in firet-elass style, and challenge com parison in any respect with any Restaurant in tbe South or West. It is now open, and th patronage of the public respectfully invited. Vi K. DPI IA.. I'roprietnr. WOOLMAN'S RESTAIRAM AND 8AL00. 42 Brvad Street, - N E V Y O It 1 KEEPS inE EEFT ASSORTMENT OF Liiinors, and sets the best Lunelle in New loik. THE PLA.CK W II i; II hi ALL BOUTU- ERNER8 EAT AND DRTNK. 75 STATIONERS. VANKLEEOK & CLARK, (Successors t JOHN C. BEALE.) STATIONERS BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS, PRINTERS & LITHOGRAPHERS, No. 19 Nassau Street, NKVV YORK. It K F K H T O Mers. Norton.Slaarhter A Co., Me Turk, C- l. termer, Enq., Bus .org. Ic.rs. Ilwrri., Hun A Co.. Alemrhi, 1 LECAL. 1 COTTNTY FliEsiiliT' FAVKTlai Col'MI, IE. W. B Beaver. Administrator de bonis non of . Thomas Ualloway, deceaned.N. W. Uallnway and J. 11. Murray, liuardian, etc.. vi. F. B Lrton and wile, K. . Ing aad wife, at al lieirs aad Legatee of T. Oalloway, deleaved IT APPEARING FROU AFFIDAVIT filed in this raue that defendant.. F. W. Redding and wife Martha A., i. C. Hancock and wile Nancy P., Lucy aad Elisabeth liallo way, minora, and Wall, their guardian, are non-resident of th Sure nf Tennessee, it is there I or ordered that pubiicatioa be made ia tiiel'rnLic LroGn. a newspaper puhlinhrd in th city of Memphis, Tenn.. one week for f'.nr sncceiive wmkm notifying said parties, defendants, to make their appearance within tbe tore first days of term of aaid Conrt, to enmaenr and to be held al thecourt-hnue in . onei-rille. Tennesaee, on th Crt Monday In October, lri, then and ther to plead, answer or demur to complainants' bill, or the same will beaaken fog exnfemed, and eet fnrkearing ez parte. JOH N" C. REEVES. Clerk. , fooicrrille, Sept. S, lC6. Jaw-m-18 h. H..hslto. Solicitor fnr complainants. "VTOTICE.-AT TH8 OCTOBER TERM. i lrejC.of the Couty Court of .belt eountr, I will apply for let tars of dminiftraimn on lb estat of R. J. Locasu F.lUFRiCKE. Htovii i, k Ft rrrif. At'y. H-1J SUBSCRIBE FOR TH K Fli BLi.J LEDOER, which is the CHEAPEsI Uiiy published in the State of Tennessee. ADVERTISE IN THE PUBLIC LEDGER, which ha the LARGEt-J CIRCULATION oi any aaiiy jran, inea imtae state ol i enn CROCERIES' & LIQUORS, g. n. aytdica. I ' " ' J. .AP. T.aia J. H. Pharn A Co. Memphis. jUemphin M. Axoiksos, Agent, Alempnis. ! 1 SPICER, ANDERSOJ, & CO., Choice Family "Grocorios, i ' WINKH. LIQUOHH. , W ood and Willow Ware, Ete Na 412 MAIN STEJffir, Third Deor North of Prebytrin Church. . MEMPHIS. NK.; G OODS DELIVERED FREK OK CHAROK to all parts or the city. H7 GUI. POWDKR. . if l n H. 8. TAYI.OIt at CO., Ageuls j I -J I Hi ' '.! J AFLIN POWDER C0MPANV, AMERICAN FQ. f 8 Q, FFFO RIFLE ' POWDER, PREMIUM DIAMOND GRAIN. DUCK-SHOOTING AND MIRS0URI RI 1 KLE, ' ' : ' And wholesale dealers in fjHOT, BAR-LEAD AND OUN'-CAPS. 1 TJoi C7 Front" Blrwl.' 29 pa. Jas. a. Tiia'NSS, huuii TnitRrxi-n, Ureuada. Mins. ' Cohaevilla, Miss. TOWNKH 'A'OIMtiXNCIC. Clroi'ei'M, Cotton Factori c ,. AND ' ' "- ' OOMMI88ION MEBOUANTS, JNo. Jelluron tStret, MEMfHIS.........s.r TENN.' LL COTTON CONSKINED TO US WILL JV beta olherwhe insured under our open policy, unless e instructed. r r. ?: Messrs. Alex. Bowers and S. C. DePasa are tooatrd with us. They will be pleased to see their triend. and will endcuvor to give iui; laclion to all who will give them a call, a 29 Memphis and Madison Ale Depot JAMES BACIIMAN, pltop'B, . .. NO. 340 FRONT STREET. Near Ureentrce House, M.uixiphia ......Tenn. KEEP CONSTANTLY ON 11 AND MADI son and Cincinnati Ales and Porter, which wa sell by the half barrel, keg or dozen, and deliver to steamboats sud all purls of the city ree ot charge. . , , T00F, P1IILL1P4 fc ( IIIODE, Wholesale Grocers, COTTON FACTORS, Comuilaalon Merchants, AXO pRALBaS IN PLANTATION SUPPLIES, No. 260 l'roat Street, cor. Court, MKMPHIH.. ..TKNV. IMIE HANDLING AND SALE OF COTTON 1 we make sociaiitv: our Mr CI! AS. E. PHILLlPd, who has charge of this branch of onr business, Having had near twenty years ex perience therein in this city. All Cotton con' igned to us by river or railroad will be covered by our open policy of insurance, unlets otuer wisa instructed. Our stock of Bagging. Rnne. Iron Tie' anil Plantation Bupplies will always be found toll and complete. . KENTUCKY FARM PRODllE. UNIONS. POTATOES. ETC. J 111.000 bushels white Shaker Hil) Potatoes; 6OU0 bushel white Nothannock Potatoes: 2000 bu.hels Early White Sprout Potatoes, for seed ; SOTO bushel tweet while and red Potatoes; 3000 bushel silver skin Onion. Delivered to L. A M. Railroad Depot, at I.oiii vine or Moinpnt. Address A. i. x ULLhri (Un, Louisville. Kr.. Orlrave orders with F. P. Bates A Co.. No. 40 Main street and 270 Front street, or at W. II ul erton Co.'s. 44 Monroe street, diem- phis, or at Ivinson A Gilbert's. 2b4 Main trect i D. H. EVANS, Importer and Wholesale Dealer in Wines, Liquors and Cigars, Jfo. 11 Monroe Street, MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE, TTAS IN STORE AND FOR SALE. AT 11 toe lowest market rates, lum hbls Whiskey, variou. grades. 75 H ipes Cognac Brandy. 10 puncbeonn Jamaica Rum. ' & iiipe Holland and 8cbiedam Gin. 1.0 U cask, Matlaira, .sherry and Port Wines. 100 baskets Pioer llcid-ieck Chamoaine. 7 j eaeea Chas, Fem Champagne, Imperial ana cabinet, fl cases Oreen .eal Chamnacne. do Boker's, lioatettor's and Plantation lillletT. Ale and iJirterDlrect Importation. iSAI casks Uuiauess A sioni' Dublin Brown otout. 160 evki Darkly, Perkins A Co.'s London l'r ter. in Pint and uuaru. 3j0eaika Youngor' l iiiuburjli Ale, iu tuu iur. 100 cak Campbell A Co.' Srruug Ala, in pint nd quarts. XMcfm Jedry't Sparkling Ala. in Pis. andqts. w uo lenneni tiiasgow Ale, l'llita. Together with a full stuck of ilrunalit Ala Hotels, restaurant and private lamilies sup- Fiieu wua Aieanu I'oner.in 'lusnniicf to suit on uoa. or upward li. Al. KIAItU, 4 14 Monroe Street. JOJSSUJNAU. NEW ERA IX DENTISTRY. Teeth Extracted Without Palo, by tbe Aid of Local Agencies. IT WILL BE HIOHLV UP.ATi FYINt) I to tbe many thousands whoaresuherin witb decaved and aching teeth, and who have been dreading to have them attracted for year. P. learn that Dr. J. B.' Waaaon.denuit, of thi city, i eitracliog teeth duly, with the aid of an en tirely new discovery, without giving the slight est pat and withuut tbe leant po.lile danar or inconvenience to the patteiitwhatevpr. And by his great lacililie tug manulaciarin plat work, can inwrt near teetb in any number, from on to aa entire full set. in a few hours alter aiu-actmn, which teeth ar entirely natu ral, nd can be worn with every d.gree of com fort ublil th mouth and fum are ma suitable condition for permanent t. OUic, evrnr ol Mala aad Monroe, No. , WM. IL MORGAN, ATTOUNK V-AT.LA V r t ( i VIM. CL.iI.1I 'A ft EXT. (hmmniiuuer of Deeds, Etc, Over Desoto Inraranc Company, Desoto Block MADISON STREET, C BSC RIB K FOR T n B PI B I,IC LEDGER' which istba rill ipi .r j.,i. ....ki..i.-.i th SUU of Tennessee. MEDICAL." C II O Ll K II -A- - ' V. 8. M0XNIKR, Druggist, i . 8 PREPARINU A CHOLERA MIXTURE 1 that can be relied upon. VV hen taaen in ' tim thi frightful aud audden disoas is easily i ehsoked by the ue of this remedy. We on should b without it. Keep It always in your family, to b prupared to hgl(t successfully tha tAl'"' the celebrated Concentrstod Essence of " Cnnipbor. used so succeasl'ully by Dr. Rubiul. iu the Ule cholera epidemic in Europe, is pre- 0 ,,red and for sat. hyfl y (m ,. , 33 " Comer Main and Wamiington sts. ' ( Asiatic;, Cholera in China Almost Every Case Cured J I .' witu. IAIlV-IIX.Iil51jR. UR0M REV. R.TELBORDM ISSIONARV 1 in Chins, now vmiiiLg bis home in Penn Mvlvan ia ! Washinotox, Pn.. June 25, 1868. Me8in. Perry Davis it .Son. Providenoe, R. i. t . Dxi Hibs: During a residence of some ten -year as a miasionary in Kiam and China. I lound your Vegetable Pain-killer a mot valu able remedy . for that fearful soourg, th cholera, 1 . '! lu administering the mdicine I found it most effectual to give a leaspoonful of Pain- t killer in a gill of hot water sweetened with eliiuri then, after about til teen minutes, begin Ui give a lablespoonful of the sain muturo vry minute until relief wssubtained. Apply hot aptilioal inns to the esireuiities. Ralhetha , stomach with the Pain-killer, clear, and rub , the liiubn briskly. Of Ihone who had the ch.il ure and took the medicine fuithlully, in th wuy stated above, eight out of ten recovered. ( R Th.AtOKD. f If attacked with Dianhea. Dyiiitry, or Oramp Colic, don't delay the us of tbe PAIIV- KU was'generallyuied forCHOLF.RA IN 18.9. and is reliable remedy. tin Steamboat on the Western riven should leuve port without it. -,..' Don't EXPERIMENT with new -RFME-DI1.5" or"MIXTURE3"-Dttvis'PBin-Kil- ' lerts RELIABLE. . The eomuoiiem parts of the Pam-Killer ar the same recommended by all good and learned physician Camphor, Capsicum, Laudiium. are some of the loading articles of the Pain-Rillcr and th physicinns of the present day, writing upon tbe cure of cholera, urge Ihc use of tho articles. If you have the Pain-Killer by you to use in caoof snattack.it will be all ouwill require for a cur. It s within the reach of all. Price, Twenty-five Cents, Fifty Cents and On Dollar BottUs. Sold by all Drug and Medicine Dealers. 8-22 LADIES DESIRING A LKAIt AND n GeSIrgeAv.JuAirj. riMUS DELIGHTFUL TOILET ARTICLE 1 has no equal for Preserving and Beautifying the Complexion ana Skin. Depot, 74 Fulton Street, If, Y. Sold by Druggists averyw her. i 26 1 . 3V. 5. ROCHE, , . PREMIUM BOOT-MAKER NO. 43 BOOTH COUKT BQUAHE, MKMPHfH, - TKNN, n HUM Bum i n h a BM. 1CLS, lim k RiliLA.ND. M ii','" tsHii Boots, Shoes, w mmja 1 w w B. W ns a B D I 1 H BJ . audBrogans Wlllir-KSALg A.VD RETAIL, Silt Mala Hlrrcl, V.1 w w .MEMPHIS, - TENN. 'm a h m II J B H a as n m i 1 i B rl tl H CMBli III i tia It CHINA & CLASS WARE.' J. DOLFINGER&CO.,. ,7m uorters and Dealers ia g : -A-MENtn CHINA, -i Glass & Quecnswart',?" Tabic Cntlcrj, Silver riatcd and Britannia Ware. Bar Fixtures, -Ir- a mAm House and Steamboat no Furuishliiir Goods. AT.TH LOWEST PRICES, Qg W boleaal and Retail, No 44. North Bid of Court Bquar. T .SMS INTELLIGENCE. c. w. rent.. TBOS. T. STBITTOX, Of Memphis, Tenn. Ot ban t rancisco, Lai. POOL at STKATTOy. Rental Agents, Real Eatate Bro kera, Conveyanoera, JC General Business Aerents. Mo. 199 Alain St., Webater Block. ' ILL ATTEND TO ALL KINDS OF ? Kaal batata Busin. tipeuial attention given to the rentme at llniMM. Ktn... Room. M a will i.n .,,. I.. A. .iu.. . of debt, and evarvtaina aoiibacimI witk . Uon. era! Ruainepa Agency. ii. i pieasad to announce to our JWienis thai We lu. .,, n.l I ha ur,- n. ,.f A.C. liariow in our oSice. fOOL ETRAITOX. Being nOW enrAXcd With th. ,Knra flfm V Would be blcanad to ace inv nlil fripml.. at thai office, X'JJ Main trcet. A. . I'.AKI.IIW (IilM.nl. a. Lswt. w. . HAvaixjo. r, l ins. LEWIS afc CO., General Intelligenco Office, NO. a VUj.MH STREET, ' (Corner of Front street.) MEMPHIS- .: TENN, T TELP OP ALL KINDS FTRXISB. ED FOR J I the cny or cuuuuy. sack as while and blck piantatio hand. over:n. etc. I'erxms wi-hing emplovaient, and ilerchairts. I"lnters and oilier withing help of any kind, will have rrwpf aifn'iw pH t nM". 9 liy.,0, Y0R TRINTIX. TO THE 1) PliiLlC MIiiAH ak.ra Ih. ,.r.m ... nnifonn and Low. anil ea nltmrai l. i ill if i i i ur i iiiii'ir I .-eaiui. I .! get fine work.