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CANDIDATES. T.OBERT GOOD IS A CANDIDATE FOR It WliarfinaMerathjeuauing election. 1?MMAYOK.-W. 0. LOFLAND I A 1 candidate for Mayor t the ensuing election. August 9. li. uy - OtTl WAKD ALUKllAlAN.-TUBIINpER- 0 aigned beina most earnestly solicited rjw fceotlullr announces himself a candidate tor Alderman of the SU W ard the eoiniiii elec lion. (eu4-te) MiC'llAKLWJELAN. ' XLDKKMAN 8T11 WARD. AT TUB 80 ' I lioitation of many voter, the undersigned hereby announces himaeir a candidate lor Al derman of the th Ward, and moet rwpeetfully auk! the support of the vo'ert of aaid ward at tb.en.uin. el'FRANK UMMIKm ri'iofil K 0 I T I Z K N ( I V M K M FiUU.-O EN - 1 tlomeu : The time fixed by the charter for the ele.Uou of Mayor having passed without an eleot'uin, I now announce to you that I ain still acandidale (it the Mayoralty when tbeelectioa does come off. I am. wi'otfully. jour fe low oitiren. " I KKHI'rwin. , S P E C I A L C AR DS j in soto insurance "' '".'I '.' -Aitir. ,, XUUST, CO M I"ATN Y, I OF MWMPUIS, TENN. ' . Offloa, Desoto Block. ;Waion St. "capital :......3r........300.000. ; riVHIS COMPANY INSURES AGAINST 1 lout by Fire, Marine and River Hiks. ' Direotr-Wm. M. ' "0, B ,Q,T "braith, W. H. tireeiilaw, C. W. buyer. J. ' Rawliuia 7, V. Howl. and C. II. Church. 'wm.'w. FARRlNG'i'ON, Pret J. 0 LON S 0 A L K. Scc'y. UAYU80 ISAVTNGS INSTITUTION. Memphis. Tennessee. - HANKING HOUSE, No. 19 Madlaon Street. this institution. ORGANIZED in : 1 1HV-' tail" Bern in continuous and successful operation for the Pt ten yearn. It continue USAb KXi HASGK A BID BANK ISM UUSISiKSB. ' ... , ' "WILL RFCK1VK orPlWlTfl. Ft!V Ago '! . FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EXCHANGE, Oold, Silver and Uaourreut Money. 6ELL8 Exchange In sums to suit purchasers, on London aud all the leading eiiioa ot the United States, aud will make cullentioni on aU . accessible plas in tbe South and West. i B. M. AVEHY, Caaliier. " JOHN C. LAMIKH.PMirt. Memphis Insurance Oomp'y OKlf Nw. S3 1-S SIttdiKOii M. . f i '', DlHKCTOItH: , J. J. MURPHY, ... I f cv,'sH"""- I t J. 1. IRASK, A I ' v.. r.i wii 1 L"H Trt 'PHIS ISMI I u 1 iw rVr',, t" 1 receive Di;oili, to huv and aell fcxuhanije ou aH the principal ouimereial cit.eB, and to ' uiake Collection! o thi city aud all principal point" in thi Bet-tmn. Remittance. P"'""', Pre..t. F.W.OAPH. ScT.-tury. " . FOR SALE. OH SALK.-A BOOIvIilNDERY AND P Faper-Ruling Juilablmhuient, baviair a Hood run of riitun, and situate.l m an eligible . fueality in the huninosH portly ol the Oily. Addrena Ui:ohUF WINU. J.. Auuren. Oourborn at.. Chicago, III. Thil U a rare chance I'm-enu paying invest ment. TOhTTATK-A OOOD r KUOND HAND r Carriage, nearly new. Would Bull very well for bk. Can be Niuaht at a baririiin. Applyat Hicks i Smith'sLivery Stable, Jetter ,o. .tree,, near ;QYtl0 ' 23 - ' St4 FroMatroetipjiUire proved Plnce of 27 acres. V6 uiiles Irom the eity, onContrnl avenue, adjoining the old race track, and in lo minute walk of the new city Park Finely located lor a garden. A choice variety of pear, peach and apple trees, and the best atable.1 and etock yard in the county. Will oil garden implements at af. ur valua ion t or rent lor one year. J. AKMhlKUIM'. rem ior one Cmrt Btree( pult BALK. A large stock of superior ipITTSnUHW . COAL, 2jj 62 Jefferson ttrfet. liK BALK, ' TO COUNTRY PRINTERS We have a larc stock of printing paper (27l 14) on hand, which we offer at the lowest mar ket prices. Other sires will be lurnisbed to or dcr. "wUWEBROS.. I'nni ii: L a ixita ofllne. IXiRSALE.-AN ADAM PRESS, PLAT1KN ' 19x25 inchea, withrHeain apparatusoomlilete; will be sold low it nptilied for toon. It is in good running .order, and may he seen running any day in our poaneasion. Applytor JTlW BROTHERS. bori SALfci.-lA'PE METAL (BETTER J? than babbet. for -alfilow,bVRi! ' PpRi.in i.rnr.FP, office. FOR RENT.. r,,M uckt-1 NFT nESTDENCK.. AP- M. I'l. WANTS. ATANTED-A SITUATION BY A youug n.au, in a wholesale grocery or coniiuiaion houe. Can turninh eight or ten thousaud dollars, and would lake an interept in the house the first of Jauaary. HafereBoet fivo. and quired. Addre p. q'bq'x 4H. f ANTED. 25 Wouich to hew . I'arpet. AtMU KOUH Ul'HOtiHTKKKHH. W. H. FULI.ERTON A C0 - Wi Monroe street, 4 Mcmnhi. Tcnn. NOTICES. ' XTOTICK TO tPARENTS AND GUAR . 11 diau!. 'The CHELSEA HIGH SCHOOL, At the Brick Church, will be opened en Mon day. Sept. 17, 1H1I. for girU and boys, under K.v.John Little, A.M..atcacherofexporien. and a moat estimable gentleman. Terms, M, $5 and l per month, from Primary to the High est Branches and Classic. By order ot the Board of Trutees.. J xtoticeT-se.m THREK-CENT STAMP ll for my price-lists ot good books, to h.. A. Vrr. Nnrwnlk. t'onn. DR. J. P. DROMGOOLE HAS RKTURXKD TO THE CITY, AND for the prcenl. acain oners his profes sional services to his tueads and thai public Office, 421 at tbe Drug tore. on tbe corner of Km! anii Mm in tretA. Alcfnonis. .1 3 - TO ADVEUTISEIIH. ! 'The PvHijj Lkuukb now bag by far the largest circulation of ANY daily newspaper puuliahed in the Slate of Ten neasee, and offer, therefore, advautugeg to atlrertiaer' nut posseKHed by any other journal ifi the State. This is a fact which ihould not be lost tight of by the advertinin public.' ' ' ' ' " ' PDBLIC-LEDGER. Office, ISo. 13 Mu-diaon Btrcel. LARGEST CITY CIKCILAT10X k - '.'MKMPHIHi Wednesday Even g, Sept. 19. 1866 Local Noncrs,' inserted among the reading matter, will be charged twenty cents per line for each insertion. " . i - . s ' Pitt8buko Coal Brown Agones, of fice 2-17 Second street. Branch cilice 374 Main street R. C. Uite, agent.' t Pittbbubo Coal. Briggs 4 Peterson, olliee 13 Mitdison street. Branch office, 311 Main street J. B. Moseley, agent. We are the only coal merchant who weigh on the city scales. 2rt v .. . 1 ," iVj G to J. Fellowes A BrO., merchant tailors, No. 32 TJniou street. 18 TttACilC SHOOTING AFFKAY. Aldetmaa Grace Kills Fiank Cum tilings . It is our painful duly to record another deed of blood, whereby one ol our best citizens has lost his life. For some lime there hat been a misunderstanding be tween Alderman 1). It. Grace and Mr. Frank Cumuiugs, which resulted on Monday in a difficulty wherein blows were exchanged. On Monday night one ofCummings' clerks H. E. Lanagan was beaten in a grocery kept by Grace, and yesterday br. forwarded a challenge by a fellow clerk nntned Jonovan, who, on presenting ,it to Grace, was struck several times by him and some of his friends. Fof this, Grace was arrested, and started from his residence near Brinkley " avenue in company with a policeman on the Poplar street car. - ' The car stopped near Cuniminga' grocery, adjoining the market bouse, when Lanagan stepped in front of the car and abused Grace for treating his friend so roughly when he brought the challenge, and in less than a minute both patties were shooting. About fie shots were fired by each of them without .fleet, when Lima' gan retreated into the store fol lowed by Grace, who stepped up to Cummingu, who was behind the counter, and shot him in the side, the ball passing1 downwards, flora the ef fects of which he died about fen o'clock this morning. The above version of the affair We learned from a gentleman who was present, and will be examined as one of the witnesses- Grace is confined in a room in the second story of the First District Btation house. This morning Lanagan was arrested for shooting with inlijnt to kill and sending a challenge. The invsstigntion of this affair will probably take place to-day before Esquire Creighton. Ei.sok Bros, again in the field. See their new advertisement 13 THh SOITHI UN SOLDIERS IN COUNCIL. The Meeting in Court Square last Night Great Enthusiasm 5000 Persons Present. As the hour for the meeting of Con federate soldiers in Court Square last evening approached, large numbers of brave men who went forth to battle for their country, could be seen wending their way .to the place of meeting to join their late comrades and express their sentiments like freemen. CoL John P. Pryor called the meeting to order, when Gen. John C. Fizer was elected Chairman. Gen. Forrest read a dispatch which he .had just received from Gen. Granger, President of the Cleveland Convention, Gens. Custer, Wool, and others, as follows": The National Union Convention of Soldiers and Sailors assembled here are profoundly grateful to you for your pa triotic sentiments expressed in your dis patch. We hail with pleasure every ef fort to restore peace, prosperity and brotherly affection throughout our entire country. War has its victories, but peace and Union are blessings for which we will manfully contend until harmony aud justice are restored to all under the Con stitution. After which tbe General made a char acteristic speech, saying that he bad met many of the signers of the dispatch on the battle-field, was willing to extend to them the hand of friendship, and trust to their faith. He was for standing by the Constitution as handed down to ns by our forefathers, and hope that this Union may ever rest upon that basis. He be lieved Northern people should be invited among u; those who had visited his plan tation came away with changed or modi fied views. We want to convince the Northern people that we are not the bad people that we are represented to be, and in no way can this be more speedily effected than by free social in tercourse. Great applause. He stood by the man who was for the Constitu tion, without stopping to see which was the strong party. Io the war be didn't count noses ; he bad gone out to fight, and fight be did, whether he had ten men or ten hundred. He was here to-night to say that he was in favor of doing jus tice to every man, whatever sectioa he might be from, and give his hearty ap proval and support to law and order, and to disclaim all bitterness or sectional bate, and to strengthen the came of the Union. Applause. Speeches were also made by General Chalmers, General W. Y. C. Hume, Cap tain Donaldson. CoL Minuis, Col. Fel lows, Capl. Cluskey, , CoU Magcveney, and others, and the following adopted unanimously: ' Win.. or. a A fnnventinn of Union .tj;... mnA line. nn. in aeaaion in ruiu.i 1 w,,u .." - Cleveland, Ohio, having under consider ation the beat mode in wmcu 10 restore the Uaion of these States, and cement the bond of eternal friendship so much weakened by the late war ; ana, Wbkreas, We, the soldiers ot the late army of the Confederate States, feeling and being in sympathy with the move ment of onr late adversaries, to restore our country to its former state of peace, happiness and prosperity; and, Whebkis, We believe that our stern advocacy of the principles for which we conscientiously struggled during a pe riod of four years, will be rather a, re commendation of our sincerity and hon orable purposes to the brave soldiers of the Union ; therefore, Resolved, That we have seen with pleasure the movements made by the soldiers and sailors to complete the res toration of that Union for the preserva tion of which they have so long fought ; and that we have no fears that wrong or injustice will be done to us by those we have learned on the battle-Held to res pert, as "foemen worthy of our steel" Resolved. That we tender to them a soldier's plsdge of our fidelity to the Government, of our assistance in the maintenance of law and order, and our earnest desire for the return of that day when the American people can say with truth they "know no Norlh, no South, no East, and no West. Resolved, That the charge that the life, liberty or property of Northern men is unsafe or unprotected in the South is a slander which could only have ema nated from the cowardly fears of " fire side heroes," or from the corrupt machi nations of reckless office holders, grown nf retributive justice, and the loss of power and place. The greatest enthusiasm was mani fested by the many thousands present who listened to the words of the men who often led them amid the storm of battle, and showed their approbation by cheer ing the sentiments uttered. Ei.soN Bbos. again in the field. See their new advertisement. ' ' 18 TRAGIC AFFAIR NEAR THE CITY Trouble between Relatives Man Shoots himself and Wounds his Slater. On Monday night a man named W. E. Humphries, residing about four miles from the city on the Holly Ford road, had a difficulty with his brother-in law, in the course of which he drew a pistol with the -evident intention of shooting him. Humphries' sister seeing the danger of her husband, rsshed between them, when a general scuffle ensued, (he pistol being discharged, and the ball, entering the neck and passing out near thejshoulder of Humphries, wounded his s'lHler in the bund. Humphries lived but a few minutes after tbe occurrence. An inquest was held on the body by Esquire Walton, the jury returning a verdict that he came to his death from a pistol shot inflicted by himself . Ei. son Bkom. again in the field. See their new advertisement. 18 Memphis and Charleston Railroad. Mail and passenger trains leaving Mem phis at 6:45 a.m. by city time, connect at Chattanooga with trains 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 Nashvillo and Decatur Railroad for Nashville, Louisville and all important points North, East and West. Time io Kashville, 15 hours aud 45 minutes. Baggage checked through. Through tickets and information can be procured at 13 Court street. Adolphe Bernard, 25 Ticket Agent. Elson Bros, again in the field. See their new advertisement 18 New Memphis Theatre Richeued to-night. Lester Wallack's new drama the Romance of a Poor Young Man was repeated at the New Memphis Thea tre last evening, and was well received by the audience. To-night the great play of Richelieu is announced to be perform ed. Those who witnessed Mr- Barrett's rendition of tbe " Cardinal " last week were very much pleased, pronouncing it a magnificent piece of acting. Prof. Withers keeps npthe brilliant reputation he established last sesson, by presenting good and new music nightly. Tbe "Cuckoo Polka" and "Canary Bird Waltz " were executed in a manner that drew forth evidences of appreciation from those present last eveuing. F.nox Bros, again in tbe field. See their new advertisement. 18 First i the Field and Ready for Action. J. Fellowes t Bro., merchant tailors, No. 32 Union street, Leno Block, between Main and Second, are just re ceiving their fall stock of cloths, csssi meres and vestings; chinchilla and bea ver overcoatings of all shades ; silk, vel vet and plush vestiugs ; cassi meres sod grenadenes of the most beautiful styles; grey, brown and blue jeans ; black, brown and drab velveteen, for sporting suits; business coatings and fancy cassi meres of every shade and variety, all of which they are ready to make up on the short est possible notice, in style and at prices to suit all A for the reputation of Mr. J. Fellowes at a cutter, he is well known to our public. 30 Elson Bros, again in the field. See their new advertisement 18 " Ncolbct of Dctt The gas company bave heretofore had a man at their office whose duty it was to attend fires and turn off the gas. At the fire on Mondsy no one did this, and the gas burned steadily, at various places, causing tha fire to again break forth in Zanoni's brick build ing after it had been put out by the ex ertions cf the firemen. Last night the firemen had to turn out and go to the scene of the lal conflagration to put out tbe fire which had been rekindled by the gas. This does not psy the gas com. pany, insurance offices or our citizens. . Don't fail to witness the Magic Penny, at the National. ' - i i . Heavy Emrezzi.ement. Adolphe Bernard, ticket agent of the Memphis and Charleston railroad, was missing from bis post yesterday morning, and an investigation of the books by the officers of the Company revealed tbe. fact that about 112,000 was also mi.ssing. Ber nard was seen on the Memphis and Ohio railroad on Monday night. The conduc- j tor, who knew him well, states he had a ticket for Cairo. This morning a lock smith was busily engaged trying to open the safe, the key of which Bernard look with him." " '" Miss Ada Montrohe, ut the National Theatre. : 1 Fundino thr ity Dkbt. At the meeting of the Board last evening, Al derman Toof presented an ordinance, which passed its first reading and was referred to the Ordinance Committee, providing for the funding of the city debt, and for the issuing of $253,000 in bonds at six per cent- payable semi annually iu New York, and that the Mayer aud City Treasurer have power to dispose of the same to the best ad vantage. . M'llr Forestell, female contortion ist, at the National Theatre. To he cured of disease or suffering 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 homwopathy. Humphrey's Specifics, advertised in another column, leave nothing to be desired in this direc tion, for fumily 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 Miss Jplu Barton, vocalist, at the National. Oob Job Office. The Public Ledokr job printing department has been lately supplied with the latest and most ap proved patterns of type, borders and presses, and is better prepared than ever to accomuiudatft the mercantile public. Our prices will continue to be the most reasonable in the city, while our work is aranleed to give satisfaction. We have the only complete printing office in the city, and will continue to give our cus tomers 'inducements mo others .in this market can afford. Call and Bee. T Miss Emime Melville. The second appearance of this young actress at the Greenlaw Opera House Inst evening, was greeted wifb ,a good Imuse. Fanchon was represented, ami Miss Melville's singing was deservedly enrnred. To night Buckstone's drama, The Daughter oftht Regiment, is on the I.. Us, and Miss Emilie as " Josephine," singing eight songs. The performance will conclude with the afterpiece entitled Dodging for a Wife. Boy Ron Over by a Street Cab, Severul of the boys residing near Poplnr street have been in the habit of running after the street cars and hanging on wherever they could to obtain a nitride. Yesterday afternoon a boy, about twelve years old, named Green, was holding on to the window of a car, when he fell, one of the wheels passirg over his right leg, crushing it badly. No protective duly is necessary to secure for Pb ,l,.u's "Night-Blooming Cereus," a preli-ience over Lubin's Ex tracts among connoisseurs in perfumes. The public should know, however, that the so-called Lubin's Extracts in this maket are all domestic imitations. One bottle of the "Night-Blooming Cereus" is worth a gross of them. Bennington Banntr. 14 The Place to Go. When in that neighborhood it will pay you to call at H. Ackle t Co's Court Exchange, south east corner of Secorfd and Union, where the best of liquors, etc., are kept. Lunch every morning, and at night during the performance at the Opvra Hall. 18 Larue lot of mocking and canary bird cages just received, and for sale low at 46 North Court 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 - Wbeeler. Pickens & Co. Pacing Match. A pacing match for foOO, 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," aud Mr. Cowan g. g. ' "Ned." An interesting time may be expected. , 16 Thb.City Pare. The Oily Council Improvement Committee, to whom was referred the matter of inclosing the grounds recently donated to the city for a park, report having received two bids for doing the work. The consideration of the matter ha been postponed Arrest fob Fbaid. A mau named Geo. Tarrington was arrested yesterday on the chargeof defrauding J. F. Morrill, a Yicksburg merchant, of f 11,000, about two years since, when he mysteriously disappeared. . He will be taken to Yicks burg for triaL Refaibinq tbs Streets. A commit tee of Aldermen have been appointed to inquire of the City Railroad Company why they have not repaired the streets on which they have , laid down tracks, and when they intend doing so. Notice. There will be a meeting of the Bluff City Base Ball Club on Thurs day evening, September 20th, on Her nando street, near the corner of Elliott UsiroRH roB Fibemen. Chief Wal draven has been requested to suggest a uniform Tor the members of the Fire De partment, aud report the cost of the same to the Board of Mayor and Alder men. ; i ' ' " . . ; " Jbwish Festival. To-day being tbe Jewish festival of Yakkipoorim.'or the Day of the Atonement, it is appropri ately observed by ' the members of that faith, by suspension of business and at tention to religious duties.4 7 Cholera Report. Forty-three11 new cases were reported by the Sanitary Po lice yesterday, 'and twenty-four deaths, ineluding seven white persons. At noon to-day seven new cases and five deaths had been reported. Yesterday afternoon our attention was attracted by a large crowd of gentlemen in front of Reid Bro.'s store, 15 Jefferson. We were surprised to learn that they were only looking at their Fall and Winter Goods, just reeeived. Pcm.10 Schools The City Council has adopted the report of the committee in favor of appropriating $15,000 for the public schools, as asked for by the Board of School Visitors. Indorsement. The Board of Mayor and Aldermen bave indorsed the action of the Board of Health in their efforts to protect tbe health of the city aud sub- Sanitary Police. Twenty-five addi tional members were placed on tbe San itary Police, yesterday, to carry out the regulations adopted by the Board of Health, j ' ' ' . Nicholson Pavemknt. The City Council have passed ' an ordinance for the paving of Main street, from Auction to Beal, with llie Nicholson pavement At Auction. The Stock and Fix tures of Saloon No. 130 Front street, without reserve, on Wednesday, .Septem ber 20th, 18(ili. . 14 . Mayor Pro Tem Mayor Park has been granted ten days leave of absence, Alderman Walker to art as Mayor pro tern. 1 For painting of any description leave your orders with Frank Pope, 46 Monroe street. Fl'RNiTUKE. Cayce, at3!hi Main street, has an immense stock of furniture for sale at rates In suit. Police Court. Smithern District seventeen cases, $03. Northern District thirty-one cases, $36 collected. El.roAXT signs to please the masses are painted by Frank Pope, 46 Monroe street Artistic painting executed by Frank Pope; 46 Monroe street Special Notices. Special Hulicei will be icictifd in tbiaci uuiu for ten cnf ier line for ea;:h inauitittfi. Tbe Great Meed Supplied ! Pills have been swallowed in millions, r-alves have been rubbed m by the pound. Dr. AI.k.oii l's tiro grand specifics arc uutiins an cod to 1 hit wholesale system of medication. Use of hid famous pills is a dose, a box of hi; healing salve is of more value, as a remedy for ulcerous and eruptive diseases, than a ship's cargo of tho ointments advortised to cure everything, but are all, in fact either unless or deleterious. Dr. M.tonEiL'B motto is coNCENTBiTirx. Ho bas placed in the smallest compass the active principle oftht most potent vegetable spooifict. There it no mineral in hi ' Pills they do not gripe they do not enfeeble. They create a vigorous appetite,and correspondinglystrenirth en tha digestion. They tune the liver, clear the bead and steady tbe nerves. No form of scrofulous disease oan resist tbe disenfectent operation of tho Salvo. Tumor Abscesses, Ealt Rheum, Boils, Pimples, Pus tules, etc., are thoroughly eradicated by this unrivaled medicine. In fact M aqoiel's Bil ious, IDvspkptio and Diarbrea Pim.s core where all others fail. While for Durni. Scalds, Chilblains. Cuts, and all abrasions nf the skin, Maggiel's Salvt it infallible. Soli by J. Hag giel, 43 Fulton street New Yoik ...id all Drug gist!, at 2j eents per box. 4-149 Select School for Young i-Jio of the Hebrew Faith, 13 and 175 West Thirty-ninth street, between Seventh and Eighth Avenues, New York. ( To tbe Israelites of Tennessee: Mrs. Henry Simons, having been requested by many South ern and Western friends (whose children have been educated at tbe Institute) to make known her school, tnnounees to them that she receives pupils from the ages of 7 to 1(1. Tbe pupils can cquire the English, French, German and He brew languages thoroughly. Musicand tinging taught by able professors. Sewing and embroid ery made an especial instruction. Dancing and gymnastic exercises taught during the winter season. The pupils attending the Institute will find it a home in every respect, and every care will bt taken with their moral and religious training. Pupils can enter the Institute at any time. For circulars, apply at above. eo-47 arTiage and Celibacy -An Essay of Warn ing and Instruction for Young Men. Also, dit aaa and abuses which prostrate tbe vital pow ers, with tare meant of relief. Sent free of charge in aealed letter envelopes. Address, Dr. J. 8KILLIN IIOUGHTON, Howard Associa tion, Philadelpnia, Pa. ' 3-63 Advertisements intended for the THEAT RICAL BELLETIN ahould be handed in durins tbe evening to insure insertion, at the forms go to press very early in the morning, t Our "Publio Directory." To ttrangeti visiting Memphis we offer a list of clever, reli able beainesa men, under the above head, on tbe first yxr of the Prm in Lrnnm. s .The Port of Memphis. The river is risiug slowly There wss no business transacted at the landing this- morning. Few boats were in port, and tbe rain was falling in torrents. The following are the arrivals and de partures since oar last : Arrivals. Belle St Louis, St Louis. , Darling, Cincinnati. i. S. McCune, Arkansas river. Guidon, Arkansas river. Julia, New Orleans. Depart tires. Belle St Louis, St- Lou it. Guidon, Arkausas river. Des Arc, White river. Northwest, St Francis river. Petrolia, White river. Julia, New Orleans. Boats in Fort. Darling and J. S. McCune. ICiaoellaneona. John Ham, a merchant of St Louis, has sold five-eighths of the Walter B. Dance, to Baylan t Gettya, and C. H. Conradt, at the rate of $43,000 for the whole boat 1 We regret to announce the death of Rod Clurksou, well known as the popu lar first clerk of the packet Southerner. He died of cholera, at Cairo, on the 17th inst, after a brief illness. , ' The river at St. Louis is- rising from the effect of the late rains. Last night the Laura Fenton and City of Cairo started southward from the City of Stilted Sidewalks. The Mariner has been sold at Cincin nati for $12,000. Yestorday the Arkansas was fulling at Little Kock, with six feet to Pine Bluff. The Louisville Courier, of yesterday, says the' river was falling slowly, with five feet seven inches water in the canal in the evening by the mark. During the previous twenty-four hours it had fallen three inches at Portland. On the falls last evening there were three feet seven inches in tbe pass down the Indian chnfe, and falling. Steamboat Primtino. We respectfully ask our steamboat friends to call and ex amine the specimens' of fine steamboat printing daily executed at the Public Ledokr office. Onr 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 Money Market. 1 ' There is nothing new to report in tbe money market. Hold continues quiet and firm, boy ing at 425'4:!fl and shipping to New York for sale. We have noticed tome demand for State Bank of Tennessee money, eauaed by parties wishing to pay debts due the Bank and under thil demand it has advaneed to 411 cents. In other uncurrent money thert u but little doing. Cotton Harkot. In Liverpool there was an advance of ',d yesterday, with a corresponding advance in New York of one to two cents, which makes the ninrkct here to-day exceedingly firm at our quotations. Altogether the market looks in a much better position than it did a week ago and should there be no unfavorable European newa to interfere we may look for some con siderable activity in tbe market. At the amount of manufactured goods on hand is small, the spinners will hart to come into the market soon to supply their wants. We repeat tbe Quotations of yesterday. Quotations giren below include tbe three eents tax : . Ordinary - 24 2d I Middling , 32.!3 Good i tr.linary 2our2S I ritriel WiJ.llin-a':4 Low MiddliuK....2H':tu Hood Middling General Market, ALE, nerhalf barrel 11) is) 12 UO liAlicl.Ml. ner varJ. India 0 (S 0 43 l 0 40 - 30 20 lit 6 00 !wr-loom . BAQS, GUNNY is, aw .. Soi-onil-hnnd BROOMS, per doten,... BEANS, per bushel, Nsvy BUTTER, per pound, irkm Tubs and Pails.. CANDLES, i -r pound, CAPS. ' 7 01 D, V lonO -. 1 1 SO 1 75 25 0 0 30 33 '( u iti 0 20g 0 5 0 li (H 000 14 OKI 1 (a l oo Jl IS. r Hk ..... ' Kiev's K 11. V IMhl I li-y's Y II Kk CHEESE, per pound Vt oleru ii..-.rve 0 P. A 0 CniCKl.N.S, pordoten .-. 3 Turkeys, per doaen COFFEE, per pound, Kio v- .. 0 Lauavra...... 0 Java - '0 CORN MEAL 1 CKACKLRti, , , . But tor - boda - EMS, par doien ... 1H O 0 2(1 40 s 0 45 t4 0 UU - g 26 B 0 31 34 m a 3ri 40 (9 It 45 eg ami bV fit 0 lo W 0 ii no 25O0 0) 'i vu (0 00 fc.'o i e' 0 "O 43 m 0 45 ll.'ir. pei lea, 21 . IS L4 u 0 ' Hay, interior, Brun . Corn, per bnsboi,, Oau- FLOUR, per barrel. Low buperfine ........ Superfine........ Single Extra-.. Douiile extra- ' ' Treble Extra.-... 8 (10 9 7 50 o 7 7 5 v so 81 10 1 Ul (All bO 5J vuUOO 00 W17 00 11 Fancy Brands . -..id FRUIT, per barrel, Apples, green 3 Dried apples, ...- .. Dried peaches, halves ... 0 FISH. Mackerel No. 1 perbbl, 22 " No. 2 " 2U M No.lhf.bbL 11 " No. 2 " 10 " No. 3 " . " No. 1, per kit - 3 " No. 2, " " i No. 3. " " 2 , Dry Cod, per pound..... 0 White Kish.perhf.bbl 8 GUNPOWDER, Uuarter tegs - flail kegs... HARDWARE. Nails, per keg', Md to 40d- 7 .si...... 8 f " 6d 8 Cut spikes.......-. 8 Wrought boat spikes........ 11 4 00 M m o 14 oo i$?4 on UO a .'2 till 60 (012 61 50 nil 00 50 I0 5i 00 10 3 25 U0 a S OJ 65 & t 7 " 07K' 0 US oo teuo oo 4 26 - S frt 25 mn 60 825 is 8 35 i 8 75 8 75 W12 Oil (it 0 Castings, hollowware, lb U iiorso-shoo iron -.-. 0 Nail rod 0 Cast steel, Entrluh u Blister steel, English 8 German steal 0 HIDES, per . Green - ....- 07 0 W'A liSV 0 15 15 at 6 20 35 0 40 30 S 25 0 SO a 0 05 S OT.'ii t 0 1.1 10 e so Green, salt Dry. flint Dry, salted HOMINY, por barrel.. LARD, per pound, la tierce -. I n kegs... - . 22 SB 0 23 24 0 25 LEAO, Bar. Per II 14' . LEATHER, per. Chestnut oak, sole Upper, dox .. French calf, do American do Hemlock sole per - Skirting, LIME. Alabama - .. Cape --. i .i , Ohio, -. HOLASSKS, per ration. Barrels and naif bbit-. New Orleans, aw.... ' Golden syrn p.. . OILS, per gallon. LaM ,..'.'.l..-!7rZ! . Linseed - Bensine . Turpentine.... Paris White, par B PROVISIONS. ... 0 -.36 ..60 ...42 ... 0 ... 0 ... .1 2 .- 1 e ... u .- 1 9 0 48 4c (si 72 00 to, 02 UO 8 0 45 00 (9 25 t 2 75 75 a) 2 VU 0 0 7S e 1 00 0 1 75 OS 0 70 Ml S 1 Ml oo m 2 io 35 1 4U m w o 35 m i 2.5 0a isi 10 oo an oo 22'4 0 Zt 17M 0 le'i i . I . l 0 Pors. mem, per bbl.. Clear sides, per lb bnouldera ' Breaklaet, par lb. . 11 ams, plain. Hams, aurar-enred.. Beef. mes, Y bbl Beet dried. ROPk. Cotton rope - Manilla rope- M acb ine - 0 20 at 0 22 a 0 27 W2-. 0 & o id 026 15 (9 1 25 27V. 0 S.1 SI t 0 22 17 t 0 IS RICE, icr pound. la barrels - . 0 ll1 ;d 0 13 SUOAK. per pound. Crashed and powdered- Cl.inhed, A. B,C Brown- . ... SALT, per barrel. SHOT. Patent, V bag Buck. bag . SOAP, per pound. 19 20 16 0 1'-S 14 0 H" j 5 m 4 u - S 75 - 4 U i is a o wa I 10 M0 12 i ot ( o 'H i ii oi2;- uenuaa . Palm Common SODA, per pound.. Allspice Cloves. Ginger - Nutin en- a 0 38 U II tvS a o so a i ou a 4o a 1 2 a o 75 Pep per- Mustard- TAR, per wUlon- MEDICAL. BUCIIU. (From Ditpensatory of the United States. Diosma Crenata, 1 Buchu Leaves. PEOPEHTIES. Their odor is strong, diffu sive, and somewhat aromatic, their tastes bit terish, and analogous to mint. MEDICAL PROPERTIES AND USES. Buchu leaves are gently stimulant, with a pecu liar tendency to the Urinary Organs, produoing diuresis, and like other similar medicines, ex citing diaphoresis, when circumstances favor this mode of action. They are given in complaints of the Urinary Organs, such an Gravel, Chronic Catarrh of the Bladder, Morbid Irritation of the Bladder and Urethra, Disease of the Prostrate and Retention . or Inoontinuence of llrino, from a loaa of tout in tht parts concerned in its evacuation. Tha remedy baUo been recommended in Dyspep sia, Chronic Rheumatism, Cutaneous Affection!, and Dropsy. HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCIIU is used by persona from the ages of IS to 25, and from 35 to 55, or in the decline or change of life ; after Confinement or Labor Pains; Bed-wetting in children. IN AFFECTION PECULIAR TO FE MALES, the Extract Buchu is unequaled by any other remedy, as in Chlorosis or Retention, irregularity, i-ainiuinesa or suppression or Customary Evacuations, Ulcerated or Scbirrous State of tht Uturua, Ltucorrhea or Whites. DISEASES OF THE BLADDER, KID NEYS. GRAVEL, axo DROPSICAL SWEL WNUS. This medicine increases tht power of Digestion, aud excites the Absorbents into healthy action, by which tha Watery or Calca reous depositions, and all Unnatural Enlarge ments are reduced, as well as Pain and Inflam mation. ' i HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT ..BUCHU hat cured every case of Diabetes in which it has been given. Irritation of tho Neck of tht Blad der and Inflammation of th'o Kidneys, Ulcera tion of the 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 Delieate Constitutions, of both Sexes, attended with the following symp toms : Indisposition to Exertion, Lost of Power, Lou of Memory, Difficulty of Breathing, Weak Nerves, Trembling, Horror of Disease, Wake fulness, Diinne of Vision, Pain in the Back, Hot Hands. Flushing of the Body, Dryness of the Skin, Eruption on the Face, Pallid Counte nance, Universal Lassitude of the Muscular System, etc II ELM HOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU 13 DIURETIC AND BLOOD-PURIFYING, tnd cures all Diseases arising from Habits of Dissipation, Excesses and Imprudencies in Life, Impurities of tho Blood, etc.. superseding Copaiba in affections for w hich it is need, such as Gonorrhoea, Gleets, of long standipg, and Syphilitic Afl'ections in these diseases used in connection with 1 lei ui hold's Rose Wash. Sold at HKLMHOLD'H Drng and Chemical Warehouse, ' 594 BROADWAY. And by Druggists ererywhore. ASK FOK HULMIIOLirS, TAKE NO OTHER. icwarc oi i oimierieiiM. 4-lltn FOR DIARRHEA! Use Red Diarrhea Remedy, Use Red Diarrhea Remedy, Use Red Diarrhea Remedy, Use Red Diarrhea Remedy, For Acute or Chronio Diarrhea. For Acute or Chronic Diarrhea. For Acute or Chronic Diarrhea. For Acute or Chronic Diarrhea. RED DIARRHEA REMEDY Is the best for Infants and Children. Is the best for Infanta and Children. Is the best for Infanta and Children. Is the best for In funis and Children. . Gives Immediate Relief. ' Gives Immediate Relief. Gives Immediate Relief. Gives Immediate Relief. VOMITIXO AND CRAMPS Cured with Red Diarrhea Remedy, Cured with Red Diarrhea Remedy, Cured with Red Diarrhea Remedy, Cured with Red Diarrhea Remedy, Prepared in the South. Prepared in the South. Prepared in the South. Prepared in the South. E VEHY IF -Y E I H, Y Who wishrt to use the best and most perfect Diarrhea Medicine now before the public, every bottle of which will cures rase, ahould at once purchase the Red Diarrhea Remedy. Every Bottle gives Satisfaction. Every Bottle gives Satisfaction. Every Bottle gives Satisfaction. It cures Diarrhea for One Dollar. It cures Diarrhea for One Dollar. it cures Diarrhea lor One Dollar. PALE AJSI FEEDLE Patients who have used so many Diarrhea pre parations without benefit, should send immedi ately and get a bottle ol the Red Diarrhea Rem edy. It is exceedingly plea'ant, contains no powerful astringents, imparta tone and strength to the etouiacu aud bowels, and makes radical cures. CHOLERA IS NEW YORK. Prepare for it in Memphis. Prepare for it in Memphis. Prepare for it iu Memphis. It commences with Diarrhea. It commences with Diarrhea. It commences witb Diarrhea. Red Diarrhea Remedy will euro you. Red Diarrhea Remedy will cure you. Red Diarrhea Remedy will cure you. FOR YOUR. KIDNEYS. The most perfect medicine. The most perfect medicine, The most perfect medicine, t The most perfect medicine, For the Kidneys and Bladder, For the Kidneys and Bladder, For the Kidneys and Bladder, For the Kidners and Bladder, la Ext. Bearberry, Cuhebs and Buchu. Is Ext. Bearberry, L'ubebs and Huchu. Is Ext. Boarberry. Culiebs and Buchu. Is Ext. Bearberry, Cubebs and Bucbu. FOR OLD AND YOUNG, Who have been troubled with anvdisease re quiring a certain aud powerful Diuretic, and who have resorted to the various advertised preparations, in vain, we say emphatically that our preparation is the cheapest and best medi cine now before the public. Large Bottles for One Dollar. Large Bottles for One Dollar. Large Hollies for One Dollar. Large Bottles forOne Dollar. A remedy for tha Urinary Organs. A remedy for the Urinary Organs. A remedy for the Urinary Organs. A remedy for the Urinary Organs. Do nog censure belore you buy it, First procure one botlle and try it. If it is prepared in the Souih by a class of Physicians, docs that detract from its purity and excellence? Do yoa prefer (rigid ad ven turers and quacks to torrid acquaintances and tried physicians? Are not the people of the South competent to prepare honest and reliable medicines for family use 7 - HEADS OF ALL FAMILIES Buy the "Great Southern Preparations." Buy the 14 Great Southern Preparations " Boy the "Great Southern Preparations." Buy the " Great Southora Preparations." They merit eeteem and confidence. They merit esteem and ccmudence. They merit esteem ami oonndence. They merit esteem and confidence. CITIZENS OF MEMPHIS WhoTwish to giro our medicines a trial who believe that Practi'ing Physicians caa give tkem satitlartion. who are williug to patronize home institutions who believe that home names sound as tweetly as any other and who do mn4 believe in eoadcmning.eTerythinj&nade here send to your nearest Druggist, or lo the following llnniHw for any of the " Great South ern Preparations" that yoa may need. For sal. or J. P. DKoMiiiiOLK k CO., a.W.JiiNKiCO, .A.BENKEKT. 51-is Memphis, Ten a.