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GAYOSO SAYINGS INSTITUTION. MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, Banking House 19 Madison St. , Thta Tiistituti"n,'orirauiiod in lB5fl, has keen in eoutinuout and successful operation for th past ten years. . 4i wounwwuo mi uruinim GENERAL ' EXCHANGE AND BANKING BUSINESS. Will rccoivo Deposits, Buy and Boll Foreign & ..' Domestic Exohango, oll, Silver and Uacurrcnt Money. SELLS Exchange in lumi to iuit purchasers, on London atid all the leading citiei of th United States, and will make collections on all accessible places in the South and West. E. M. AVKKT. Cashier. 101 JOHN C. LANIKU, President. UtfjOlO lJVSiUllASCE ' ' : , AND , THUST COMPANY, Off MEMPHIS. TENH". Office, Doioto Block, Madison Bt. Capital......... ...$300,000 Mollis COMPANY INSURES AGAINST . x loss by tiro, Marine ana iur rwsas. Directors Wm. M. Farringrou, W. B. Gal brailb. W. B. Greenlaw, C. W. Goyer. J. J Raw lings, Z. P. Bowles and C B Church, j WM. W. FARRINUTON, Pres't. T.fl. LONSDALE, te'v. 3-72. BOARDING. T0ARDINO.-A GENTLEMAN AN Ik : :4. ,. asr.tlif.iit 'hillrn. Ann liaar a nloanant front room, with board in a fu I U 1 . i : U . n;.f. futi.i v sat a ra ft piooA&ni irout rooms " "' " neighborhood, with a prirat fanu T. t a rea- Bonniiio price, oy aiMMyiua u . imh-" rtriiffxtore, on Vane atreet. Koferonco ro iutreu. of)" tto Bit.E-ANT ONE WITH BUFFI JL dent cupitnl, and woll recouiuiended, can purchase u ono-third interest in a lirst-clas Drugstore in Memphis. Inquire at 423 Main street, for particulars. l-'ns Kkut, Ciikp. A largo and woll fin ished Basement, inquires above. 78 .MiT BA LK CI X V SCRIP. IN BCM8 TO X suit purchasers, at No. 6 Madison street, til 1,10 KB A L K, LKaM'oR REN X-A T WO 1 story House with a small stunk of Urocerioa. House contains six rooms, and there is a lease of four year and tnroa months on tne grounu. i...,u-.. nn tin. urAinises. 173 Madisun street. Will he sold ehonl,. U FOR , RENT. UOll KENT! FOR RENT 1 A NEW Brick House on Monroe street, four rooms and kilclien. etc. A new frame cottage, two rooms and Kitchen ou Hill street. - ' A spacious and magnificent residence on Union stroet. 12 riMinis, etc. - . Knur elegantly furnished rooms, with privilege of Parlor, in a strictly private family on bx cbiingc street extended. Cotton Olliccs, desirably located, on Front street. , ' v Klcenln Rooms on same. ' . ..? A sleeping room over Knight & South worth a, Main stroet, cheap. ... , . Six rooms, two floor, Well adapted for elub rooius.on Jollcrson street. POOL A STRATTON, 71 lientnl and Rl Ktt Agi's, 1W Mainst. NOTICES. NOTICE OF PARTNERSHIP. THE pn'.tnership heretofore existing botwoen J. A Winn and V. L. Gray, under the style of tiray & Winn, in the storage, produce and eoni uiis'iou business at 1 Washington street, is t nut diiy dissolved by mutual consent. J. A. w inn will settlo up the business of the firm. The bus iness will be continued at the same place by J. A. Winn and Capt. N. S. Adams, under the ivl. of Winn &. Adams. i - . J.A.W1HH. XA F. I'ORAV. -TOTICE.-TO ALL WUOM IX MAY CON 1 cvrn : I will apply for Letters of Adminit trution on tho estate of William t. Walsh, de censed, at the December term, 1WIB, of tho County Court of Shelby County, Tennfce. 74 J. A. AnDfcBbUf(. XfoiTcK o FTssbtli fio n .-i h b f i r m IN heretofore existing underthoameof blin M AN N. MAYER dc CO., hoe this day been dis solved by mutual consent, by the withdrawal of J.SUBMANN. '- j " w...-, COPAUTNJEHBHIP. j riMIB UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY L formed acopartnorship under the firm name 0t MAYEb! MAB8HUETZ ' CO., 1 Coruor of Second and Jefferson streets, Impor- . ten and Dealers in Havana and Uomestio Beaare, TOBACCOS. PIPES AND HMOKKHM' AUT1CLEH. We shall continue to Voop one of the largest stocks in the South. Returning our thanks tor lutt favors shown us, we respectfully solicit a coulinuation of the fame. A! 0. !aRSHI'ETZ. l.K.ll. M AHSIlllKT.. S.de Agent for " Flower of tho World," Natu- Mempiil. Oi-toVr 2H, W. ' 1 m JWATS "irANTED TO RENT A HOUSK WITH two or three rooms, in the eity. or a house with six or eight acres of bind attacneil, near the city. Apply to Crews, Vt ilson, Brad ford A Co., 2K Main street. oti yANTED TO RENT. . , A SMALL VAIIM. Ncr.r tho city, with oomfortable dwellings. Will lease for next year, or for a term of yean. Apply to or address W. A. WHITMORE, gft Prjm.ic Lnog Office. ANTED. - IMMEDIATELY. TWO ood llrick Layers and two Plasterer,. Apply to E. II. Brown's Jobbing bhop, Ihird slree', bet. Adams and Jefferson, at 7 o clock a.m.. i,r between 12 and t ram rANl'Kl).-A RELIABLE MAN FOR V partner in tho bono Business, fnr par tiealars. inquire of JOHN WILLIAMa, mi prfnnse. Kaudolph road, Chelsea. w WAN TKD. PI' KCIlASEIt FOR CORD Wood, to bo delivered per Memphis and Ohio Railroad, during the coming winter. A p p'T to J. J !TKKI.K ft fl.. K rmnt st. 7S BOOKS and STATIONERY 10 7 MAIN N T It 12 E T U'EBSTEH BLOCK. W. Z. MITCHELL, Dealer ( ft s v ii o o i. MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS . A Full Stock ol " Billion. HynmBooki. Prayor Book, Tosternanta, Javenilo Book. MoToia, Maaonio Hooka, and Viplomaa. ALL OF WHICH ARE OFFERED AT Till l.ow.st Market Prioea. Call and exaicine oMrf"!! . rtS i . McLEAN, 517 SHELBY STEKET, Is prepared to do all k in d of Sheet Iron & Copper Work riUIAf FRIENDS MAT WAST. ALL 1 urdm left at the ollice "f A. IUbii.a k Co.. pimii UayoM lloae, will ncr PUBLIC LEDGER. Of Bee. 2tfo. 1U Madiaon Htroot. LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION THE CITY. ,., MMMPHIHlr Tuesday Evening, Nov. 6. 1066 Local Notices, ' insertod among th reading matter, will be charged twenty cents per line for each insertion. . PiTTsncRO Coal akd Gas Cok Brown & Jones, office 247 Second street Branch office 3VC Main street R. r7it. no-pnL C9 , --- ,, , . ! , . ' Pittbboro Coal. Briggs & Peterson, office 13 Madison street Branch office, 341 Main street J. B. Moseley, agent We are the only coal merchants who weizh on the citv scales. ,80 ; . J '. I Administbator's Sal Conti.nuki The remaining nersonal property of th late James Wickersham, deceased, con- istinir of furniture, desks and carpel a splendid iron safe and his office book case, chairs, etc., will be sold at public aaln nn ' Wednesday mornine, at 10 o'clock, at his former rooms in the Post- office Building. "" Eoystkb, Tbezkvakt k Co., Auctioneers. THE BEAUMONT-LIPABI CASE. Mora Evidence The Case Dls missed. After our report was closed yesterday, several witnesses were examined whose evidence had little bearing on the case. Col. Eatort detailed a conversation he had had with Pratt about getting hold of both counterfeiters and plate, and that Lipart had offered him a large sura of money to let hint off; that Lipart was a man of great wealth, all of which he had made by eounterfuiting. i - 0. W. Akis stated that he was formerly connected with tho Metropolitan Police force. About two months ago ho took $2500 in counterfeit money from P. Carciotto, then employed in the Gnri- baldi (Lipari's) shaving saloon. He was suspended for keeping the money to work up tho case, as there was no pros pect of getting a trial he asked for a re ceipt for the money and left the force. , P. I Davis, President of the First National Bank, testified that Beaumont told hini that Horlon was a detective, and that Oshei was the biggest thief in the gang. At Oshei's request, ho (Mr. Davis) called at his saloon to look at some, diamonds, Lnpari was there at tho time. Outlet told him he had brought over a large quantity of diamonds from Europe in a trunk he had got made for the purpose. Witness thought ho had told Beaumont all about it Detective Stonebraker being sworn, Btated that he saw the receipts for the money, ring, and watch,' signed by La pari in bis own room. He looked at them long enough to know all about them. Patrolmen Barnes, Pratt, and Horton were present at the time. He appeared to be calm and collected. He told me when ho called on me, on Mon day, that ho bad got all his things, and that if he could do any good to Beau mont or Pratt at any time, he would do t He said he intended, in the future, to lead an honest life. Policeman Barnes testified that he was present in Stonebraker's room when Li part signed the receipts. He was de tailed to watch Lipari when he was con fined in Beaumont's house. He took dinner with him. When Beaumont and Pratt came in they told Lipari they had got him this time. Something was said about handcuffs, and then they took tho ring and watch from Lipari. When Lipari signed the receipts he was in good tpmts. He tried to escape while at Beaumont's house. Ho pretended to be sick, and we went into the yard together, when he suddenly leaped over the fence. M. T. Williamson slated that Lipari came to his office on Monday or Tuesday lust about a lease, and in course of con versation told him that on the previous Sunday his house had been robbed and $1500 in cash, a gold watch and a dia mond ring carried off. . ; The counsel for the prosecution and defense delivered elaborate arguments on the case, when Esquire Hall released the defendants. The decision was received ith mingled applause and hisses by those present This case has excited more iuterest than any that has trans pired for a long time in this city, and notwithstanding the decision of the mag istrate, many of our citiaens entertain diffcrent opinions on the subject There appears to be no doubt of the enilt of LiDari. in tho matter of passing raised city warrants, and proba bly counterfeit money, but the manner in which temptation was thrown in his way and inducements offered to him to commit crime by the officers oi the law, is rightfully condemned by nine tenths of the community. It may be the busi ness of a detective to gnin the roiifidi'iiee of criminals to detect them, but it seems like streleliing it too far, when he works several weeks to coax a man to do wrong that he may prosecute biiu for what he has been persuading him to do. Commoii Coikciu A called meeting of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen was held lust evening to recti ve the report of the committee appointed to draft amendments to the city charter. It is proposed that the boundaries of the city shall be as follows : " Beginning at point in the middle of the Mississippi river, due west of the point where the little bayou, north of the cotton factory, empties into Wolf river; thence east- wardly with the north line of what is known oa Backer's map of the city of Memphis as Brinklcy street on a line extended to an intersection with lirecJ- love street; thence southwardly to the east line of Elm wood Cemetery, and to the southwest corner of said cemetery ; thence wcslwardly along the south side of Walker avenue extended to the middle of the Mississippi river; thence north wardly with the - meapdering bf said Mississippi river to the beginning." There are to be ten wards. The new territory1 to be divided into two wards until the city is re-districted in January, 1868. The Mayor and Aldermen are to serve for two years. All the other city officers are to be elected by the Board to serve for a like period. The present officials are to hold office until Juouary, 18C8. A registrar is to bo appointed for each ward to issue certificates to voters. The duties of officers are fully set forth, and their control of matters fully laid down. The report of the committee was adopted, and on motion, Aldermen Hurl but and Shaw were appointed a commit tee to proceed to Nashville to further the interests of the city in securing the passage of the proposed amendment The Mayor is to appoint two citizens to co-operate with the above committee. Axotbib Dabiko Depot Robbery. From the Commercial and Argus we learn that about four o'clock yesterday evening, as Mr. Cochran, the President of the City National Bank of New Or leans, was entering the ladies' coach of the express train at the Mississippi and Tennessee depot, he was run against by a well-dressed man who was coming from the coach. at this point He was also jostled, by three others of like appear ance, and during the confusion his pocket was picked of a wallet containing about 1500 in currency, &00 in drafts, three through tickets from Cuiro to New Orleans, and some private papers. One of the drafts for five hundred dollars or thereabouts was drawn in his fla vor by the First National Bank of this city ; the balance, we believe, were drawn by a similar institu tion in St Louis. Mr. Cochran got hold of one of the Bcoundrcls, but wag not able to keep him. All four of the rob bers were well dressed, and wore black plug or stovepipe hats ; otto also wore a gray overcoat " The other three were dressed in black, and presented a good appearance. The quarto made off to wards South street, throwing down seve ral lookers-on in their flight. Cries of " police," " police," were numerous, but nary a " M. P." in sight. The payment of tho drafts has been Btopped, and full information given to the police. Thb O'Hebn Case. In the Criminal Court, yesterday, in regard to tho vcase of Wm. O'Hern, convicted for larceny, and under indictment for four similar of fenses, an interesting discussion arose between Walter Coleman and C. S. Cam eron on the one side and Gen. Wallace on the ether, of a new question, raised, we believe, for the first time in the prac tice. After the conviction of the defen dant, Gen. Wallace asked the Court to commit him to prison, when Cameron asked that he be permitted to renew his bail, it being conceded that the bond for his appearance at this term of the court had expired by its express terms and conditions. Gen. Wallace denied that the defendant was in such condition, be tween convictiou and the judgmeut of the Court, to demand bail, though the crime is clearly bailable under the law and Constitution of this State, before conviction. After indulging the counsel to a very great length of time in reading authorities and submitting their deduc tions, the Court refused bail to the de fendant He is remanded to jail, but the case will go to the Supremo. Court, not only on the grounds of the exceptions taken during the progress of the trial, but likewise on the ruling of the Court in refusing him bail. Ciiamukr ok Commerce. A called meeting of the Chamber of Commerce was held yesterday for the purpose of taking some action in reference to the question of flour , inspection. Mtijor Beecheni set forth in an able argument the many objectionable features in the inspection ordiuuncc, and the evils which must accrue if it is carried into effect The Major was listened to with attention, by those present, and at the conclusion of bis remarks, a motion was adopted, that a committee of three bo appointed to wait upon the Board of Mayor and Aldermen, confer with that body upon the matter, aud solicit a modification of the ordinance. The President appointed Messrs. Hainer, Walcott and Gay, said committee. A member referred to the manner ia which liquor wns inspected and that during the past week sevoral barrels of inferior whiskey had been in spected and marked by a sample of good brandy, which had been drawn in a glass and placed near at hand. After some dis cussion on the matter, the Chamber ad journed. , Greknlaw Opera Hocse. This place of amusement reopens this eveninic un der new management and favorable auspices. Those talented young ac tresses, the Webb sisters, have been en gaged and will appear in two pieces. The beautiful donieslie drama entitled Kmimi, or The Fustrr Siilcrt, will I presented, Miss Emma Webb sustaining the part of "Naomi," Miss Ada that of Annette," and Mr. J. W. Hill a proni- iuent character. Thrice Marred will conclude the entertainment, in which Miss Ada will personate four characters, aing several songs and execute dances in her usual witching style. Mr. F. A. Tannehill appears in this piece. This s an excellent bill, and should draw a good house. New Memphis Tbsatbb. There was a booming house for the benefit of the or phans last evening. The HnnrymovH was well performed. Mrs. Lauagan was greeted with considerable applause on her appearance, and personated "Jo liana" in very creditable manner. Mr. Wheelock's "Duke Aranza" was de cidedly good and much admired by the audience. Mr. Marston as "Jacques," the mock duke, was the cause of much mirth. In the afterpiece, entitled A Day Too Late, the Webb sisters sustained the reputation they previously acquired. To-night thtif brilliant young American actor, Mr. Edwin Adams, will make his appearance in Shakspeare'ssablime mas terpiece JIamel. Mrs. Lanagan will be the "Ophelia," Mr. Wbeelock "the ghost," and Mr. Lanagan "Polonius." A rich treat may be anticipated by the lovers of the drama. ' i Concert and Ball. The concert at the Memphis Club Hall last evening passed off very satisfactorily, Prof. Sa batzky and Miss Dellaga particularly distinguishing themselves. After the concert the hall was cleared, and nimble feet kept time to the delightful music of Withers' band until midnight, when full justice was done to an elegant supper produced under the supervision of Col. A. Prager, After supper dancing was resumed and kept up nnt'ilan early hour this morning. The entertainment was a decided success, and proved that the Clerks' Benevolent and Literary Asso ciation understood how to get np a ball. Runaway. Tbere was a lively runaway in South Memphis yesterday evening, about five o'clock. A span of horses, attached to a wagon, started along Her nando street at a furious pace, without a driver, turned down South street, ran against an awning post in front of Kauf man's store, corner of Desoto, breaking the post and coupling, and sending the hind wheels on an independent trip. They were. checked before proceeding much farther by a man, . Much conster nation was created among tho children in the neighborhood, many of whom were playing on the street, and it is a wonder that none were injured. To Advertisers. Tho proprietors of the Theatrical Bulletin take pleasure in informing the public that they will here after issue tho Greenlaw Opera llutise Bulletin. Advertisements will bo in serted in both sheets at the same rates heretofore charged for one. No other pi-Ogramme will be issued at the Theatre or Opera House, and tho advantage ac cruing to advertisers by having their business laid before the audience at both places of amusement, is worthy of con sideration. Orders left at tho Public Ledges office will be attended to promptly. CO Nboro Shooting Akfbat Woman Wounded. A difficulty occurred between a couple of negroes at a dance held near the corner of Washington and Front streets, abont twelve o'clock last night, when one of them drew a pistol and fired at the other.. The ball missed the party it was intended for and struck a woman named Nancy Williams in the breast, inflicting a wound that will prob ably cause her death. Bill Munford is the name of tlib negro who fired the Bhot He was arrested at bis home on Madison street by officer Keefe this morning, and is now in jail awaiting trial. Philosophy has mapped the heavens, named and numbered stars, peopled planets and scanned the solar system as with an angel's vision. Science has caused a new era to dawn upon the world; by it lightning has been snatched from the storm-cloud and made become the post-boy of thought; by it tbo "Great Southern Preparations" loom in majesty above all " Northern compounds,", and continue to smile in beauty and grand eur through female tears and sighs, and span with the bow of promise the dark retiring cloud of aflliction. ' 55 - , , Pictures. Geo. W. Rowland, the em inent artist, can be found at Hanbury's Oak Gallery, 2821 Main street, prepared to supply the community with the best of photographs, ambrotypes, opaleotypes, and all other types known to his profes sion. Copying, coloring, enlarging, eta, promptly attended to. This gallery em ploys ihe very best artists, and the work is always correct and elegant Call and see the specimens, and satisfy yourself that Hanbury's Oak Gallery is the place to have your picture taken. . Neoro vg. Neubo. John Verger and Lewis Beattey were arrested yesterday fur shooting 'at another negro named Orange Coleman.' The parties)had made frequent threats towards each other, and while Coleman was walking along the Cow Island road, on Sunday evening, about nine o'clock, a eun was fired at him. The ' shot penetrated different parts of bis body, but without doing him any serious injury. The prisoners wero committed for trial Bobbery ok Ui.otbixu. A negro named William wns arrested this morn ing for stealing a lot of clothing from Mr. B. F. Price, a printer, who resides on Vance street, near the St Agnes. He was employed at the house, from whenco, four suits, an overcoat and sev eral other things, valued altogether at four hundred dollars, were stolon last evening. Some suspicious action on tbo part of tho negro caused his arrest Fish and Game Depot. Fih and game are good for the constitution. It is very necessary thev should he good. The way to obtuiu good articles is to buy at a good place, where good men sell to good people who tender good money. Take good a J v'u-e and when you want good fish and game call at W. li. Cora stuck t Co.'s depot, 41G Main street, near Beat. y I I I I .i . Craboe ok Pebjurt. A warrant ws issued this morning from Esquire Creigh ton's office fur the arrest of a member of one of the largest wholesale dry goods houses on Main ltreet for perjury. The man preferring the charge claims that the merchant had an attachment issued against him by swearing he was about to leave town, when he had no such inten tion. Tub Evening Classes of young gentle men in Commercial Arithmetic, English Grammar, Rhetoric, Composition, Latin and French, can receive regular instruc tion at my office, No. Z Juckeon Block, corner of Main and Gayoso streets, from 7 to 9 p.m., commencing Monday, the 29th of October. For terms and further particulars, apply to ' Pbop. T. J. Nobcom, 55 . . . No. 6 Jackson Block. Livery Stable. Those desiring a ride on a splendid horse or in a stylish buggy should patronize C. H. Brackett k Co.'s livery stable. There oro auction sales there daily, when fine stock can be purchased. This is a reliable firm, and we take pleasure In recommending it to our readers, who should make a note of it . ) Robbkbt at thb Charleston Depot. J. M. Crawford was robbed of his pocket book containing $455, at the Charleston depot, yesterday. He missed it when be got on the cars, and gave the police an accurate description of three men who were near him a short time previous, and probably got his money. Just received a large lot of French cloths, he"avy beaver, doeskin and fancy cassimeres, at Reid k Bro.'s, merchant tailors, 15 J Jefferson street We have also a large stock of ready made clothing. We are closing out at a great sacrifice. Give us a call Jefferson, between Main and Front streets. 5C Personal. That whole-souled gen tleman, Isaac Paint, Esq., of the Atlantic and Great Western railroad, leaves our eity for New Orleans this evening. We wish him a pleasant trip, and commend him to our friends in the Crescent City as one who will do to tie to. Look at This. A Grand Free Lnnch to-night from 10 (o 12, and every night in the week at the Brilliant Billiard sa loon, up stairs. Turtle soup, oyster soup, fish, turkey, qunil, lobsters, chicken, duck and all the vegetables of the sea son. Amusements all night. Come one, come all I t County Board or Health. Dr. W. II. White, Chairman of the County Board of Health, has called that body together for the purpose of looking after the city during the winter, and gnurding against the return of the cholera in the spring. Stbeet Cars. During the month of October, 02,501 passengers were carried on the Main street cars; Bcate street, 55,0112 ; Poplar street, 30,400 and Jeffer son street 27,554, making the aggregate number of passengers 209,583. To lead people by the nose, place un der that sensitive organ a handkerchief perfumed with Phalon's "Nigbt-Bloom-iug Cereus." They will thereby he led to the just conclusion that its fragrance cannot bo matched among the sweets of the earth. Sunbury American. 50 Presswork. Having onr new and fast cylinder press in' full operation, we are prepared to contract for the press work on one or more daily, and any number of weekly, papers at reasonable rates. Apply at the Public Lkmukr office. , : i 60 Grand Jury. Yesterday William R. Moore, foreman of tho grand jury, was excused from further service, and A. J. Whito appointed in his stead. A. J. Bowen, grand juror, was also excused, and Hugh Nott appointed to fill his place. Wife Beaters. Commissioner Rich ards put two through yesterday, both colored. Haywood Coleman paid fifty dollars and Ed. Haywood twenty-five dollars, fur indulging their belligerent propensities on their colored halves. Police Court. In the first district this morning drunks were "big things" on the docket, which contained nineteen cases; $81 25 collected. Second district, last evening, forty-five cases ; f 162 0 collected, Colored Fair. The members of the African Methodist Church are holding a fair to obtain money for building pur poses. We arc informed that it was well attended Inst night. On Five Minutes' notice, you can have the most delicious Buckwheat Cakes evor mads oa earth, by asing Morgan's Belf-Xisiag Buckwheat, 448 Main street. 75 Kiernan Applies kor Bail. Appli cation was made to Judge Hunter yes terday for the release of Thos. Kiernan, on bail. It was refused. Dry Goods Cheap. At 305 Main street bargains may be obtained. Call there. Dr. Irwin has returned and is again at tne service ol ma inenas. jj Special Notices. Special Hotices will be inserted ia thiseol umn fur ten cent per line for each iasartiua. The Great Need Supplied ! Pills have been swallowed in millions. Salves have been rnbbed in by the pour.J. Dr. Miooirl's two grand specific are putting an end to tibia whul,s:il system of modication. Oae of his famous pills U a dose. A box of bis healing salve is of more value, as a remedy for ulcerous and eruptivo diseases, time a ship's cargo of the ointments advertised to core everything, but ire all, in faet either useloae or doleterioiu. Dr. MinuBii.'siaottni(cocarriiTic. He bos placed in the smallest eonipass the active priuciple of tbo movt potent vegetable specifics. There is no mineral in his Pills they do not pipe they do not enfeoblo. Thoy cresio a vigorous appetite,aad eorrespondin:lystreng!a- 09 the dir"ti"n. They tone the liver, clear the head aud steady the nerro. No form of scrululoui disease can relist the diseafertent irattna of the Salve. Tow or Absecswi, Salt Rheum, Boils, rimples. Pus tules, eta are thoronghly eradicated by this unrivaled medirine. Ia fct,;MioHKL'i BiL lois, Dvkpkptic aad Dullest Pills core whore all etb.rs fail. While for Burnt. Scalds. Chilblains. Cuts, and all abrasions of the slin. Magiel's Salve is infallible. Sold by J. Hit- gieL 43 Fnltoa street. New York, aad all Drug gists, at cents per box. 4-IIS jfsrriage ud Celibacy. Aa Essay of Warn ing and Instruction for Yoang Mea. Also,dis em and abases which prostrate the vital pow er with sure aseass ef relict, Sent free el charge in sealed letter envelope. Address, Dr. J.Bhll.l.IN llOUUUTON. Howard A.wx-ia- tioa.Pbiladelpnla.Pa. 9-C3 Oar " Publis Diractorr." To etrangcis visiting Memphis we offer a list of clever, reli able business men, under the above hoaJ. oa the list page of the Pcauo Lxuoit. The Port of Memphia. The river is filling. Business was ac tive this evening, the weather being clear and pleasant - - The following are the arrivals and de partures: Arrlt als. Commercial, White river. J. G. Blackford. White river. Olive Branch, New Orleans. John Kilgour, New Orleans. Luminary, St Louis. St Cloud, Cincinnati. Victory, St Louis. Laura Fenton, Louisville. Belle St. Louis, St Louis. Liberty No. 2, Louisville. Departures. Belie Memphis, St. Louis. ' Emperor, Cincinnati. J. G. Blackford, St. Louis. , Olive Branch, St Louis. John Kiljjour, St Louis. Luminary, New Orleans. ' '' ' Boats in Fort Commercial, Natoma, Clifton, Mollie Hambleton,.St Patrick, Gleaner, Mem phis, Celeste, Guidon, St Cloud, Laura Fenton, Victory, Belle St Louis, Mary Erwin, Liberty No. 2. Boat Leaving To-Day. Cairo and iit. Louis. The regular St Louis packet Belle St Louis, Capt Alex. Zeigler commanding, departs this evening at 5 o'clock. Billy BIt-nker, a universal favorite with the traveling pub lic, has charge of her office. Helena and St. Francil 12 her. Pas sengers and shippers desiring to ship by or travel on a safe boat, with careful and experienced officers, should bear in mind that the Mollie Unmbleton leaves for the above points to day at 5 p.m. Capt T. It Bowman and Clerks Tom Day and W. H. Clark are her officers. Louisville and Cincinnati. -The fast sailing steamer Clifton will bo off at 5 o'clock thisevening. dipt Frank Stein is her jolly commander, while the gay and festive Jenkins presides at the desk. While Hirer. The good steamer Com mercial will leave at 5 o'clock this eve ning for all navigable points on While river. She affords every accommodation to passengers and shippers. The gal lant John B. Davis commands, and Geo. C. Blish and Alex. Wnddcll are her clerks. Helena and Vicltlurg.The mag nificent St. Patrick, commanded by that " prince of good fellows," Capt George 0. Hart, starts out at 5 o'clock this evening for Helena and Vicksburg. - J. Lee Finney and Cloy Rice, clerks. Arkan&as Jlieer. The industrious Gleaner, under control of the merry Captain John Myers, leaves this evening at 5 o'clock for Arkansas river. Juhn T. Fenwick aud lw DeShiclds are her clever clerks. Arkansas Jlieer. The flying-cloud Celeste, commanded by Neptune's grand son, Captain It Pritchard, with the descendants of Bacchus and Momus, J. R. Soyler and Thomas Halliburton, as clerks, departs for Arkansas river this evening at 5 o'clock. 1 ' Cairo and Louisville. The beautiful Liberty No. 2, Captain J. B. Archer, a steamboatmnn of the old genial school, ih command, turns bar bow towards Cairo and' Louisville at 5 o'clock this evening. J. B. McCulloch, clerk. Miscellaneous. The river fell six inches at Cairo yes terday. The river at St. "Louis continues to de cline, with nine and a half feet tc Cairo. The Ohio is rising at Cincinnati and Louisville with five and a half feet in the canal. The Arkansas is declining slowly, ,with six feel to-Little Rock. White river is falling with seven feet to Augusta. ...... Capt Ed. Judge has gone to St Louis to make arrangements for a steamer for the Memphis and Louisville trade. The total amount of coal shipped from Pittsburg during the late rise Is as fol lows: To Cincinnati, 1,048,000 buebels; Louisville, 582,000 bushels; New Or leans, 225,000 bushels. Grand total, 1,355,000.' Barges and eoal boats em ployed, lOti ; towboats, 27. Monetary aad Commercial Cotton Market. The New York dispatches quoting cottoa ejaiet aad linn at Jl to 41a, aansed beldam here to aak an advance, while buyers are slow to meet tboir deaandi. Reeepts yesterday were STir) bales. The market closing firm at our quo tations : Ordinary. I Middling SI),5C5 (Joou linlioary-ajfcS.;.: Mnct iiw i w Low Middliatl:U Good Midd'g it . fe lt will be seen that the receipts arc constantly on the increase, yostorday being the highest of the season. Monoy Market. The trou'ulci in Baltimore not yet being satis factorily adjusted, (old tends upward closing her to-day at about 46 to 47. ' Railroad stocks are dull. Memphis and Charleston stock can be boaght at 7k-; Memphis and Ohio at 20, aad Memphis aud Little R.vck at 3i. CityrWipi till declining, at fi9 to iU. Brokers see but lit tle prodwet of an advance. General Market- ALE. nerhalf barrel Id U 912 Of) BAGGING, per yaro India S 40 s4 S 41 Power loom .-. a 37 IS BAGS, GUN NY New. , ?9 H Eceond h.md 1 M BROOMS, pordnswn, 1 75 s 6 m BEAMS, por ba-bel. Navy. 1 r 1 ' RUTTKK, pot pound. Kirku I, :M to:ct Tul. and Piil, O A wt 'iJ CANDLK.S,perpoaol. Star 0 21 0 '.8 CAPS. (I I', ? t'" i i s rci B B.V H"A t im Kloy's K H, V li"0 I ' Kiev-. V li. hW...U . M 1 fl OEM K.N r. per barrel... 3 4 M CUKES K, per roue J western ttewerva- u l,j i- Factory..- Li . 0 22 u It 5 Mi e ft JO CHICK K.N S, per dneen. . Turkeys, per doxea. COFFKK, per poena. Kio , 31 ) 32 , 0 42 s 41 ;,7 4i . 4 50 mm J.TB Lajruavra CORN WK4L, CnAlKhKN nutter , It 0 A 11 Snla . Surer...... M Pi .. b H It ttl KOI IS. pert 40 42 e.M, II a, ear toa.- 25 29 no ji t r :t isi Hay, lofcnur. - Bran Cora, per bushe4.- .27 ! :i no fc.."s II) 1 H "tj.. . U 55 btf FLOl; K, per barrel. lAtm ru.erui0... - S 06 49 T M - Mill II lo hi evil -12 UM U 00 tMiperan...- Sinc-le kxlra Double extra 114 SO 017 00 860 - 12 0 14 Mackerel No. 1 rrbbl,...2I , " No. 2 " Zi " No.l hf.bbl 12 - - " No.2 ..n M No. 3 " 025 00 va on 13 so ai2 on mo m 8 75 m i m M 8 All No. 1, per kit.. 3 .'; -Ho. a. No. 3, " Dry Cod, per pound White Fish, perhtbbL. Z 3 0 V MVa o io Quarter kegs..... 8 Half kegs 5 Ken . ................ 10 HARDWARE. t4 00 6 00 010 60 Nails, per keg, 10.1 to 40d. 7 .Hj...MH..H... 8 6d. 8 Cut srnkos.. ........ s Wrought boat spikes 11 Cutinxs, hollowware.V lb 0 8 25 M 8 35 H 8 7a 8 75 ft12 00 H 0 10 i3iu iron................M. Horse-shoe iron....-..... 0W 0 u7V o oa 15 0 1H 30 0 40 22 30 22 0 25 05 0 07 xv nil rod Cust steel, English,.... Blister steel, English unrinan steel.. lilDI-S. per m . Oroen lirecn, salt. Dry, flint Dry, suited HOMINY, per barrel LARD, per pound, la tierce.. In kegs... .................. LEAD, Bar, per lb LEATHER, per K. ' Chestnut oak, sole Vppcr, fi dot ., Frenoh calf. do... American do Hemlock solo per -..... Kbirltiia m ( o ov IS (! II 1C 10 W 0 13 50 (a 6 50 22 023 24 & 0 25 13 & 0 W4 .. 0 3fi .60 42 ..... u & 0 52 Wi'lt on (a.:, no (4 u -15 - 42 LIMK. Alabama., 3 Cape - , 2 MOLASSES, per rlon7""" ' Barrels and half obis.... 0 New Orleans, new......... u Uolden syrup. .... OILS, per gallon. Coal ..................... o Lard 1 Linseed . ......... 2 Train .. 1 Huiiio...MM.MHM.MH.M, 0 Turpentine..-.. Paris Whito, per lb 0 PROVISIONS. 00 50 w 2 74 75 W 1 85 SO O A 75 m (. 1 no 00 a 175 0 70 H I 'Ml M!lll i 1 40 U 0 40 ( 1 on a u io PorK, mesa, per bbl... ....34 ...M 0 .-. 0 .-. 0 00 035 00 ISJ toil 00 21 a 0 2IJ4 17 W 0 18 21 M 0 2ti (at 0 11 &, II Ti 11 (u.Zri 00 31 (3 0 28 15 (! 1 25 3q 0 SO 17'4 0 IS l.'i'i n it; M & 0 3o rrime. y bbl... Clear side, per lb.. Itrra.ktiL't. per lb. .. i;lenr no sides Hams, sugar-curod.... Beef. lues. V bbl Beef, dried. V lb -. ROPK. Cotton rnpo Manilla rope Machine . Hand... 0 Io 1 0 u 0 Hemp Packiug 0 K1UK, per pound. in barrels o li.', : o 13 SUGAR, per ponnd. Crushed and powdered.. Clarified, A. ii,C Brown.. ...... 19 a a 20 iii'i o is'-4 15 a 0 2 , i 4 UJ r si a oo WJ (.4 4 UU r, (4 0 14 11 ra (I 1 1 US u Oil io let o vi SALT, per barrel... .. KUoT. I'ntont, ft bug....... Buck, V bag.... SOAP, pur pouud. ucriuan Pal. Couiinon SODA, per pound.... SPICKS. Allspice.... Cloves.... 4inger. Nutmeg , Pepper ... Mustard.. TAR, keg.. h.tiIqt... . 0 ! i 0 f . o : I 32 0 0 34 v 0 02 ( 0 33 2 00 W 0 40 I (ill 27 . 1 . (15 . o : 37 . l I si W 1 ; . K Ml bt 7 no CIIAMEK OF t'OMMEKCK. T. A. NKLSON, President. J. II. FHKL.IOII, Secretary. HOUR OP CHANtlE. 11 TO 12 NOON, daily. Letter Box at main entrance of Q.l.l rYII.w.' H?ilt. opposite Court Smnrn. H I fDJICAL Choice Doable Extra 13 Ilncy branda 16 FRUIT, per barret. Apples, green 3 Dried apples - Dried poaches, halves-.-.. 0 FISH. Jnirent ol'ilio lnir. 1 FEMALES, OWINU TO THE PECULIAR and important relations wbii-h tbeysiistuin, their peculiar organization, and the ollice they perform, are subject to many sulk-rings and uil uientv peculiar Io the sex. Freedom from these eontributes in no siniill degree to their happi ness anil welfare, for none can behnppy who ure ill. Nut uulp so. but no one ol these various female eoinplnints can Ion b sutiered to run on without Involving the general health of tho individual, a:,d en; long producing permanent sickne and pn-mutare dei-line. Kor is it plcusaut to consul! a physician for the rcliof of these various dcliente ufl'ectioiis. and only upon the most urgent neeos.ity will a true woman su tar sacrifice her gicau-st chiirin as to do this. The sex will then thsnk ns for plaolng in their . bands simple specifics which will be found elli-cai-iens in relieving aud curing almost every one of those troublesome complaints peculiar to the sex. HELMBOLD'S EXT. OF BUCHU. Hundreds sutler on in silence, and hundreds of others ap;.ly vainly to druggists and doctors, who either merely tantalise the-.n wiih the hope ota euro or apply remedies which make them worse. I would not wish to assert anything that would do injustice to the attlicte.l, but I am obliged to say that ulthouifh it nisy be produced from excessive cxhausfon of the powers of life, by laborious eiui.Uy.ueiit, unwholesome air and food, profii.-c menstr-jntinn, the use of tea and entice, nud frequent childbirth, it is far of teuereuued liyiliieci irrunun, applied to the mucins inonihriine of the vugina itsell. . When reviewing the causes uf t hese distress ing i-omptaints. it is most painful to contem plate ihe uUcnd. lit evils consequent upun them. ' It is but simple ju.-tine tu (tin -ul.jcct to enume rate a lew ot thomany additional causes which so largely nifcet the life, health, and happiness uf woman in all classes of society, and which roase,ucntiy, atfect, more or le.-s directly, tho wclUru of the entire human family.. '1 ho ma nia that exists tor piecocious education and UKrrii.no euuses the yrarsru.it nature designed tor corporeal development to bo watted and perverted iu the restraints of lireae, the eariy eonfinemeut.'f se'jool, and eieciully in the un healthy excitement uf the ball room. Thus, wnh the bony bait clothed and the mind unduly excited by pleasure, pervertiuv in midnight revel the hours designed by nature t,,r sleep. nd rut. the wor of destruction is half accom plished. In rnt-equcnco of this esrly strain uprn her system, unnecessary effort is required by the delicate votary to return her situation in school at a lut. r dat , thus aggravating the evil. When one excitement ia over, another in-propcetuo keeps tlie, mind morbidly seiiMtive to impres sion while the now mnsiant restrain! of fash ionable ure.w absotiil.-ly firbi.M in if I ho excr ciso inlUcn.:ilife to the tttiaiiiiueut mill mtea tiun ofonrauio lieulih aotl ntrcmdh ; tho mhi vttre to b it; lit n.ir ; the 8Uill-n chance vf tem perature: tko rouipleto -ruttro.iii truilucftl by icsive (iajiL'iiijf muM, ul iucenisily, pn duce lUfir UtriLimnte efltvt. At la--t an early uirriiMce cain the rlnuxx of rniry. Ami llm uufortunatu utu hithurto no utterly revanHijM of tho plutn liK-talfft aii1 renHiiftr.iiii'j tit her riolieato wtturc, hociiutf na unirilliuir euht4vt of nirtlirul trcjtmcii. Thin im but h truthlut I'icfuroof th eifrerieuc u thouAUiIi of our young woiiu't. Lour brlir tho ability to extrcito tho func tion of tlir e''lltr-AtlV nrif.ltla tilt rnir art ftlitrmtinn of tlii-ir i-sNMihar nerToim .-ui eouiMed of wh-u ta railed the tissue, which i iitrouiinon Willi the IViuule lreiut ami lip:), ev itlnily uniK-r lh; cot.tr) of mrutal mim.imim mid aaftiH-iation at an c.irlr d ti.mJ tf l.ise. m..l a e fcti til I fub-nitttnlly pw, tli eiuuiiou, urn rTK-ivc, lunff Im-Iov.? uierly, t.i b:tbiU wbirh xttit tho Ttrv lilt ot ilit-ir rit i.iusi er nut ure baa foil ompleici tlun tkclu utiit. Kr FfiTikle Vralti.p anj Tflili!?, Vhiiw r Iseurnrrlira, To rn.Ju., Kihaustunr. '!.. T.onr t''iiitiuuei IVmMi. fnr I'loLinaiia ltariiia lf'-wu, ir I'mUiun I h r. w tU-r the uwl ..rfst ie'fi-' k'lnwn: It f. .f lint, VOMi'OfM t J Hi A IT 1r Hl't'llC Ihrtvti'.uJ lur umi. diet, anil aJiua arrotn- Pny. imala in erory orii. f life, from infanrr to fiinuii! old ace, wilt find it a n uirdy to aij nature in the diu hanto ii it futtrtitu. Slreui:lh Lit the cliirv tiiAtiit.a..1 . w,...n. hood. IIEI.MUOI.U ft EXTRACT OP UVCnV $ more ntrvttcthrninr th&n aav f th iMMra. tin of bark or Iron, inunitcb aaier. and nto-r pkajuiit, ( licimbold'a Extract Uucha llavinr reroivrd Uic in....rin.e,it uf the MOST I'Kt-Ml N KM l'hviriar.n in ihe I niteij Sutr, i now oliVrtvl In aiUirlfM humanity Mrtia cure fur the blluwinff di'iiJitv'ii a d (", ir'ni wnnififrniiif oriKinaiiUt? : tienem! Ie bihiy. Mental and l'hyt-al UriprrMbum. Imla-. rilitv. LtrtvruiinrTtion of WonI t the liosl, i'onlu-rd ideaw, llrtna, lieoeral IrntaUlity, BtuDn Mini r-iit-piriii"ai ai .liTtll, Au -noe ol Muwlar EdicHtiry, Lon of A--tHo, l'swi. Kinsw-isli.-n, LrowSwnti. Iiftrratii latioaor rarsiy-iaof tn Urram o )ni J. -n, raiMlui.s ( ibe HrarL and. ia fi-t. ail ih roaruiitj.nt oi a Nrvuua and icbilaaicd State of th nvsTU-as. 1 mar th irfaaine, cut thii nt M.d by ail Druicruta. 4-1ui prompt allenlM-a.