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. GAYOSO BAV1SCS INSTITUTION MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE. " Banking House 19 Madison St Thli Initltutlon, orgauind In 1HM, ha keen ID eoutlnuoui and suoeeuful operation for tb past ten year, -continue, to traneeoi a anncsiL EXCHANQB AND BANKING ' BUSINESS. . Will reeelv Deposits, Bur end Bell ' Foreign & Domestic Exohangsj, Oohlt liyav IJearrt Moaey. SELLS Exohanswlniunsultpuwhars, an London and all th leading cities ef tht United 8tt, end wlU mk ealhwtloni on all ' aeoe.lbl plaoei u the South and Wait. , K. M. AYKRT, I'Mbler. "23 JOIIX C. LAMKR, f resident. -o X . ' X It U T .CO M PANY, - ,, - OT MBMPHIB, TBNN . . j , Office, Desoto Block, Madison Bt - i. m....-:oo.ooo. VMS COMPANY IN 8URE8 MMVBT 1 low by t iro, jaarine an.. JB'-f.-'j-l "J. Q.'T.nNy"T" 'r - -i 0 ARJHNC BOARD AND L0D0IN0.-SOMK NEAT ly iuriithcd room fur single gentlemen or .nrrTi cm.pl-.. J Also, a ftw o"'1? bo acootnuiodated. Api-ly t No. 2.1 Defldo street. - x VtOARDINH.-A UENTLKMAN AND ll w. n obtala roo.lb.mrd n a private family by applying nt aootowwdit. . 11 J J. Hill IWUH v ,', ljOARDlNU. BUAKls if-D J) week or month, with or without room., by Mra. Margaret Arnold, formerly of Senatuf. a Mii .at N 0.4X1 Frant t.. north tenemental U 1 "oATr5TND-t01)Gl.NU-KKONT ROOM J) lor gentleman nd wife! also comfnrtab e room. 'f.Tr .in.lcwntl.W-n be had by ear y implication nt No, fin Mndisnn st. 1-' , FOR SALE. I70R BALK-WOOD BOAT.-A 6UBSTAN r tial. well-built Wood Boat-rolled at both elid.-7tifeetk.ngi 1GH foot wid, in in Clear. Will be sold very low. ai'to J. W. D1CI , nun No. 210 Front .treet. I'M IJOR SALE. WBOFFKRFOK SALE! LOW A the lolinwing .oooiiu-unu- . .. if applied for .mm : 2 line English Title Condonied. 2 line Small Pica Title Cond. Oreat Primer Title Cond. li: rri.1 rt.n. I riv jinn , . Long Primer Title Cond ! Urovior Title uunu. Pica Title. Ilrevier Title. . . i Long Primer Title. Ilreat Primer Light Ext. ' Pie Light Kit. . ' fi i.jf.l.f Mvt. ' Nonpareil AnlLiuo Ext, I'icaOrnainoiited. 2 line Pioa tlothic. Pica Antique. . Long Primer Antique. ., : f '. Ilrevier Antique. , . , . f llrovier Title Ext. Nonpareil Title tit. . i . 2 lino Pica Tuscan. ,; . Pioa Tuscan. . , . 2 liue Pica Ornamentod. tv , 2 line Small Pica Ornamented. ' Fica Ornamented. Great Primer See. JJMOKB BROS., 1.1 Mai l non iireci IOKSALE-A SALOON ON UNION ST.. F neaV Main. Inquirejt S2Union t. 1(W ik"8ALi7i'YPK METAL (BETTER th-bcd.bfcra.1.1.- BRog Pirm.io Lkdokr office. FOR RENT. IOR RRT. PTANDINQ lttOM WHILE ynnfmrtnniejtnith of tne following: v O'HARA, 800 K AIK BT SV Rurnt. Almond., Row Almon Cmm WftluuM, Cri'nm Dll Vanilla i reBm rle. Umoo.OK VO g .d j V . ' V. X 5. 77i-i m . . X TA X VS." D . " x v. x a? x s. 5 ru ? 3 O 5 -3 r X X CV f- X y -Off JO lf.nilU Ufi X H'I OIHBT lam CtV y' home. Iuwn otlt-rB I Id Oil . . i A X i. ..ul am laitrnnlM to y ttS il fru fmni ut- .Dlurtuui tmnslMiiou. . X. fQ O'HAHA'MOO XAi 8Tr F fin. RKNT.-A NEWLY JfJ'llfel .tore room in on, nomiiu Bv." renUd cheap, if i.lic.tn ia male linnieJi- .ini.i-i.imiiLHh e(!onu .vroei. "... v lDITOltS PliBLlO leugerT an AD Yi vortisement appeared in your paper oBer ing for rent the bouse I am now occupying, iafled the Harvey llou-.o. 31 Mulberry Btreot. I have a lease t.f tho promiaea, an.t hayo my rent paid in a.lvanoe. aa the receipt in my hand. .HOW. J innuuui ouiwiw'yy-. r- , 2 mean and malicimi erapt to injur, me in my busin'j.i.j; OlTRENT.rFl N K FU RN ISI1 ED ROOMS 17 Tor ri-iit wun oo.ni, BtrocU For ternu inquire " tjhg0Pi,V! , llW-i A"entr : " To Livery and Stock Men. , inn nuHT U.T1I1E RT.flPK Miilean.lbt.ainuiocny. Hi"i ""1yj MmliK.in street OTORK"KOR rent.-no. ORTU jU Main Btreet. - r.TT ' rii tTllUV iltillKK ON ,Tr it.. No. iM, known as tho Harvey ii.aw 37 fit. Martin .treeu foTTRKNT -50 ' ACR K8 LAND, UUOD 1? hu.e- orchard, .te,. five, m.l ;t of the 37 fit. Martin .treet. eity for 1W07 ' 14 Wnnnie .'ryet. 114 FOLEAE. .. . r. . tiii ru-n.BTnn V HOIISE1 l I &f tn 1 1 i . ....... fur U.U. A h&rmn lloTldiTg or W. KOLFES. No. 1,01 and M ll,rr..in 'trwl. J"' FOUND. 1 nv-n-.Tiig rriPAPEST PLACE TO 4 buV Fine Pietore. of all kind.. Engraving. i ;.k...rli.. rhminm ad Photorrapn.. ana ,,r,'trnm,., , Q IHR A'8. Main H. NOTICES. ,.,r., ..-Ti.U nIIT? V1RU ..f Ano'tronit. M m i.by 4 Co. wan diwolved on January K 17, by l.milation. The ben nrMwill be enliiMe.i at .be old taal, no. Mil. iItmL bl Fre-h-nck, Murphy to. K. FKKUEKHK. 1. II. Ml Kr-llX. W J. U'CAIN. Jolia II. w,''"''''rA. n. in wie for tne tien.oi -. ditur or the inn will prwnl Iheu claim lo .tlmoerly aotbenticated. and the debt.. .f tne prop"1' " " ,j j,h- t oVi;. or they will U li4. I a di.r.iK - H k.V K Y H. W A KD. 114 it. cut r-t.-- fiTIOK-I WILL APPLY UH UM- l rheJbueoutity, Ten !--. B. F. TL KM K. v,ri-t k Ft T""-' a tivrr.T!FITnK FrPI.TCLFIhtt. .L. . i b LA Ri EST tl RH LAI 1 ,.; Jll l ublirhW II.- - r Ta. C i X X ' - a x a 3 3 - 5 .i.v orwitf, rt X era a !, X:?c.!n "l'i- teVcuX X oir. STOLENnT OTRAYKD OU 8T0LKN. FROM TUB O Iront ol Jonee lire', .tore. '!"' .trtwt, on the HHh, a bay M;n. W? '')'!' blind in riMlit .y. letl.r 'I F.''o !" "noul;ltl'' Nu. low. A liUral reward will be PJ d lor the reooreryoi mi nmnuvni i i75 treet. ltlr l-TOLlN.-HULI.-bioLKN FHOM TUB O ulMeriber.ontbs eoraer ..f Clay ami La Ko.e, on Kuu Jny night, th.th lt., p ne ur..w hone Mule, about liltwn hauda high, eight yuan, old, with U. 8. i.n 1.11 noouldor, .bod all r.Min.l. Any wru roiurum tho t lai Ileal elrwit, WlU immv jpf'i KV' 1 . 4 i - . J WANTS. 1TANTED. A SITUATION A3 CLERK IT or forier in a onwry .nu , m . Store, by an avlive jrounf man of .evtral year iivTn. "Tddr. '"TO PUSLw iiwi Air ANTED IMMEDIATELY. ONE HliN IV .ir.l liMniU tH.n "anil women (ooloreu.) Good wf'""',o-,x,Q UBft , , fir ' 1 ' 110 Front .treet J V IT AN TED MEN WHO ARK LOOK INO J for a legitimate and profitable bu.ine., itk .m.n mil.. I in ..il .nd examine for theuuelvee oneof the be.t opportunitie. to wake KTHATTON'ri. 1UU Main street. 11R VlTANTED-$l(tO TO I2M PER MONTH T Agent, everywnere, niai. ano .cm.... Mil th. ..nuin. I min-ored Common Hen hw ing Machine. Prioe ouly $1H. Thi. machine will .titch, hem, leu. tucg, oinu, qu.m ur. J 1 - ' I 1 1. . ..nnn tlB Till 1J tuu .uiuruiuvr. ah. i" -- apart, even after every .eeond .titoh i. eut every BnBiinwiwiiiiijim f..r circular.. UL1 iS k MoKATllRON. I 1M Maniif'r'' Houth'n Ag."t. I.onl.vill., Ky XO ADVEUTI8EKS, The Public Lidokb now h by far the largest circuktioo of ANY daily newspaper published in the State of Ten nesseej and offers, therefore, advantage! to advertisers not possessed oy any other journal in the State. This is a fact which should not he lost sight of by the advertising public. PUBLIC LEDGER Office). No. 13 Madison Htroet. LARGEST CITY CIBCILATION THE CITY. MKMPHIHl - l Batatday Evening, Jan. 12, 18C7 Local Notices, inserted among the reading matter, will be charged twenty cents per line for each insertion. 1 " ' ' j riTTSBORtj Coal and Gas Coib. Brown i Jones, oQice 247 Second street Branch office 376 Main street R. C. Hite, agent' ' ,121 Pittbbuq Coal. Briggs & Peterson, office 13 Madison street. Branch office, ?1 2fain street J. B.' Moseley, agent We are the only coal merchants who weigh on the city scales. . 132 H. B. Packer, Pittsburg co'al, office No. 190J Main street 138 THE COUNTY COURT SQUABBLE. Interesting Session Where's the Money? Big Time Almost ! right. - ;-t;,.-?;i j At its segsion vesterdav. the County Court acDointed Commissioners to erect a bridge on the old Brownsville rond at at a cost of $000. An account for jail guard employed by the Sheriff, amounting to $3223 33. was allowed. After a dis cussion in regard to allowing certain bills for lit ting up tne Criminal uouri room, Esquires Blakely, Miller and Creighton were appointed a committee to investi gate the leasing of the court room, all bills being referred to them. j Mr.IWilliford, one of the alms house commissioners, made a verbal report Of their action, stating that six rooms , had been fitted up on a piece of land of 130 or 140 acres belonging lo the ceuuty, near Raleigh, but as no funds had been placed in their hands, only two paupers had been admitted. " No part of the ten thousand dollars appropriated for the alma-house had i been received. Judge Leonard said he had no knowledge of any commissioners , having been an notated or swornl ' Mr.' Williford stated (hat he bad been appointed himself, and that he had been sworn into ollicewitli two others, by Judgo Leonard in oiicn court at Raleigh"; and, further, that one of the commissioners had been made trustee. : They had applied te Judge Leonard repeatedly for the money, hut had been Bersistently refused. They bad never received one cent irom Judge Leonard of that ten thousand dollars. One thousand dollars were due to! me, ah, for money expended, and ordered to be paid to me, but when referred to Judge Leonard for the money ' by Mr. Loague, failed to get even that Judge Leonard said he knew nothing oifiuiaUy, or privately, of the matter mentioned. All that he knew was that the ten thou sand dollars had been faithfully distrib uted among the poor of the county. Mr. Loague read the original appropriation of 110,600, ' and said he had given Judge Leonard -a- certiBc&te for the mount Judge Leonard said the money bad been distributed and he would re port on Monday.' Esquire Walker arose excitedly and moved to Rdjourn forever and leave matters in the hands of the Chairman. He said : Let him levy taxes, disburse money, and run the whole machine. He does it any how, and we are nothing but blocks of wood. Three Commissioner! were appointed in last January; they have been qualified, and have desired Lo art, Luk were not allowed to do so. There were but three men authorised to disburse that money ; tbty have no done.it;-, if disbursed at all, and I have no doubt ' that it has been, it has been dene illegally." E.q. Hii'wr ipusw uu lb inporiance of look ing into these matter. Messrs. Willi ford, Mercer and Creighton were elected Commissioners for Almshouse, and f-"0 each was allowed to the Commitiioners for ISfij and lMi- An order was read in regard to the pay meat of M670 to the BulUiU, after the account had b"en rejected by the eonrt, and eoantet aithoriied to kriag suit fur the recovery of the aaaount Jadp Leonard said he bad paid lh aione y on a writ of mtjidaanaa, evenlen Jui- signing a ratowlnl If tavpr of its pay ment One of the Justices said thty only m'uidorlaliaod for '!tWrjaJrsi'enruf 12600. A running fire of compliment. was here passed between several of the magistrates and Judge Leonard, touching law, inefficiency, the right to fine, eld Esquire Miller was fined aeveral times by the Judge,: and lett court The Sheriff brought him back, when he slated lit went eut to issue a warrant for the arrest of the Judge. He was fined another tee dollarf,', .'. Jfiv-UliiW j Ksquire Walker then arose and said: " Are we a set of wild beasts to he talked to in this manner f -The Chairman can. not preserve the dignity of this Court If we are not Justices of the Peace, wish to adjourn, and go home. The Chairman of this Court has violated the law of the 'State' tyr issuing warrant! without authority. The Dullttin bilj ws rejected by this Court,, and et l$ Chairman paid it Are' we blocks of wood, to be moved by the nod of the Judge f 1 If the mandamus had been an swered, tho county would have saved $4070." After which a motion to adjourn until Monday morning was made and carried; "An" interesting time 'may be, expected on Monday, when the Court will probably break up in a row.t A glorious opportunity see Elson'a advertisement ,,.,.(113 ChakckRT Court. For, the present there will be but one motion day in 'this Court Friday. The following cases were disposed of yesterday :' ' Peter Mc- Cullough vs. Wm. A. Fades. This bill is Ordered to.be dismissed, each 'party paying one-half of the.' costs. ',, D, H. Evans vs. J. E. Richardson et al.' The defendant in this cause having been.1 or dered to appear and show cause whv an attachment for ' contempt should siot issue against him under the deed of trust, appeared and showed sufficient cause ; why no attachment i should be issued, he was therefore discharged. J. W. Beasley vs. . Mary A. Jackson et al. Upon petition of Mary A. Jackson, and it appearing to the Court that said peti tioner is eutitled to dower in tne real estate of T. S. Jackson, deceased, It is or dered by the Court that H. Dow and G. W." Aerie, togetheV with the county surveyor, be appointed commissioners to pay off the said dower in- the real estate aforesaid. Philip T. Jones vs Harriet Tate, st al. Upon bill, ' answer, i proof, etc., in this case filed herein, npon mo tion, it is ordered that all the right, title, etc., of the defendants in the land de scribed in the bill be divested out of them. nd vested in complainant and his heirs forever complainant and sureties to pay the cost in this behalf expended. J. 8. Stanton vs R. G. Tucker. In this case it is ordered and decreed by the court that the defendant: pay $250, -with in terest thereon from the rendition of this decree. .David II. .Todd vs Isabel Brad ford." 'In this4casea final decree was rendered, ordering that the deed execu ted by Sarah W. Fowlks, executrix of Jeptba Fowlks, and also the agreement entered into between Daniel B. Turner and SimonB., Bradford, deceased, and wifo, be forever null and void to' all pur- poses whatever; n r-1 ... ! t 113 See Elsoo's advertisement... The Duks's Motto. Ono of the most brilliant 'audiences ever congre gated within the walls of .the New Mem phis Theatre assembled there last eve ningon Occasion of a benefit to.Yeiitvali The Fashion and the beauty of Mem phis were well represented, for whichever way the eye was turned, it, was .greeted with handsome ladiea and their attend ant gallants. ' AVith this impetus it was no wonder that the genius of Vestvali shone forth with extraordinary -bril liance. Rod that her ningnificent noting was'gteetcd with round after round of applause and several calls before the cur tain. The great sensational drama, Tht Duke' t Motto, was presented, Vestvali sustaining the part of "Henri do Lags dere" in style that iis' highly appre ciated by those who hud the pleasure of witnessing it, ' She received good sup port from Mr. Wheelock, who appeared as "Carrickfergus." Mrs. Lnnagan, who personated "Blanche," s and Mrs. and Mr. Marston., The piece was well put upon the stage, and appeared to give sat isfaction to tbe large and discriminating audience present To-night The Dukit ifullo will be repeated, when those who were unable to gain admission ' to the theatre last night will have an oppor tunity of witnessing the splendid acting and fine singing of Vestvali in her great character of "Henri de Lagadere. Cslkstial photography at Hanbury's gallery: ' " ' t,u- " Clan's. It may not be 'generally known that there was a grand circus ex hibition in the city yesterday, buch was the case, however, as those who were present in the room where the County Court was in session will testify.. .There was ground and lofty tumbling to the deligty of the many spectators. Xo per formance takes place to-aay, out ex hibition, with an entire change of pro gramme, introducing many new and startling reals will be given on Monday morning, commencing at ten o clock. oi ' ' Mi'. Miscsosxatio. A warrant was is sued by Esquire Creighton this morning for il arrest cf a white man named John Smith and a colored lady named Sallie Freeman for adultery. It appear that the parties have beee living as man and wife for some time, to- the annoy ance of the good people living in the neighborhood of tbe Fair Grounds, who have adopted this method of punishing the perverted tastes of their tnisctgenat ing neighbors- . PaaeonAL. General W. E Pean-e, President, and Dr. G. IL Lenoir, General Agent of the Cumberland Valley la turaaee Cnmpary et Nashville, are in the city. " General Pearce goee to Al kaiwau to op p er.ci- in that Sub- for Oils most popular ' Southern, fartltu- lion. Dr. Lenoir, the. General will remain several days in the city to arrange matters fcerei after which time he visits other Sutesi to open up new agoncies. 1-- j J A dUM'S to make d save money-i- see Klsop's advertisement 113 ) DiftVHARaiiD. John Walker, the,ol Ored individual arrested for stealing a gold watth, and buckle from ,an inmate of a house of ill-fame, ; ht boenV dis charged, In consequente of no one ap pearing to prosecute. John. Hubbard, who stabbed a colored brother at the leveo a few days since, has been released on tbe same grounds. , m H w (i "i , i I DiroRcsn. In the Chancery Court yesterday, in the ease of Martha F, Ed wards vs. James (t Edwards-j-complain-ant having proven the allegations in her bill it was ordered by the coert that the bonds of'matrimony heretofore existing between Jibe parties, be nnd'.jbey are hereby forever dissolved, v , ' j Btl Eton's advertisement. , US Rsv.J, W. Rooms being invitee by the Bishop to preach in St .L '-, Sunday, 13th inst.' will Ule fo his sub ject the sinfulness of ordinary' lotteries and gambling, as distinguished rromtnose lotteries for pioun to often com manded In Scripture, conducted "by prophets ' and always allowed in the church. M ' ' A Luckt Mm. One of our old citU sens of South Memphis yesterday drew a prize often thousand dollars in green backs on a five dollar ticket in the Missouri State Lottery, of which Geo, W. Van Voast, of 20 Jefferson street, is the Southern Agent' ' It is better to be born lucky than rich. , ; i-. i - ii i i ' ii i A cbasci to make and save money see Elson's advertisement 1 1 3 (. PoHOiji Court. There were eighteen cases on the docket this morning and forty-fonr dollars collected. A negro brute named Charley Peoples was fined twenty-five dollars far assaulting his wife. The Second District bad thirteen: teases last evening and collected thirty-four dollars. . ' A Match Gams; of Base Ball will Ule place on' Tuesday,. January VJSthi. 18C7, between tbs Pride of the South B. B. Club and Jackson R. B. Club, on Pigeon Roost road, opposite State Hospital Time for commencing game, 10 o'clock ... . .. i - j i a.m. - ice puoue are invitea to aueuu. j Hardware Chiap. Blood k Co.,"3ci Main street, importing direct from Eu rope, are enabled to sell their goods at cheap rates. Those in need of tin; iron or copper ware, coal oil, lamps, or, any thing of that sort, should call there and make their purchases. ' ' ' j . .. . l 'l-v " '-''! 'f i A chance to make and save money-' see Elson's advertisement " " ""' 113 Cribisal Codbt. Tho trial of A. K. Mills, for shooting Dr. Lowe, at Mrs. Mills' boarding house on Poplar street, a few months since, was . set for trial this morning ,.in ,this - court, fMr. Mills being'absent," Judge Hunter adjourned court nntil Monday morning: - -' ' ' Thasxs. We return thanks to one of the fairest of the fair belles of Memphis for a iood-sized piece of cake' received yesterday, and wish the beautiful giver a lone life of usefulness, with sunslune and smiles to illumine her path. c v . , Stcaliho Pork. A colored individ ual, Bailing tinder the name of David Barton, was arrested yesterday for sup plying himself wlth'a large quantity of nork from his neighbor's stock. ' He is r held for trial before a magistrate. ,, - i ' - i Come! You are invited to visit 2C1 Main street, where Mack Bro.'s & Bohm am unllinir iioods at Czures that are astonishingly low. Dolbear's Commercial College, Main street south 'of Adams, receives pupils at anv time of the day and evening-. . All the requisites for an education fitting person for any branch of business can be obtained. Terms moderate. . L At the regular meeting of the Pride ef the South Base JJall Club, tho following members were expelled for non-payment of fines and dues: Wm. Burdick, John Kohr and Wm. : Mcllvain.l By order Eugene W. Moore, Pres't Gsoi A. Bilabd, Sec'y. :V' i . " See Elson's adverliseioent. - 113 Curirtian : Cbcrcu. The series of meetings at this church are being con tinued under the ministration of Elder T. W. Caskey. Preaching at 7 o'ciook to-night. 'The public are cordially in vited, j t T r T ! " f. I rI A GLORiocs. opportunity see Elsons advertisement 113 The News. We are under obligations to Will Spickernagle, 125 Poplar street, for late papers. He does a wholesale and retail business, nnd is prepared to fill orders from any source. " He keeps the leading 'periodicals published ' in ' the country. mlMm Tbe New Olympic will open Satur day evening- with a, - new company. Twenty yo-ng ladies wanted for tbe corps da ballet. Apply betw-en ten and twelve o'clock at the hall. ?09 , f . ; . - Slt-HOE KiMEXES. , See Elson's advertisement. 113 Sext Up. A negro named John White was fined $23 in Ejquire Creighton's court yesterday for stealing tw dollars from an old darkey. White bad no money and was sent to jail. - .' We have received a communication in regard to the treatment of at blind lady at a church last Sunday, wtich we de clioe pnbliahiag, ia coesetfoeuce of the author Wiug ankiiown to us. - - A Few Itb. But a few days re maia for tka UdiM to ob'aia bargmias at Mack Bra's I Bohm's cWisg oat sale. ' . Dati.iuht. RoBBSRr.-tThe residence of nfr. Dickinson, 177 Linden slredl, was entered yesterday evculng, and a number of dresses and other wearing ap parel stoln i A Gi.wRious opportunity see E).on s advertisement' H Ibportakt ItsBorAUDr; C, H-Stanley has removed his office from 2M Main street to tht Postollic Building, No. 10, first floor. 128 ' The breakfast UbU'laxarr f th times is If organ's lelf-riilai Buckwheat Cakes, ight as a feather, aai sweet, pare and wholeeom. ' IS t .Hon Ste auno. Bob Hnnt was a rested yesterday for stealing a couple of hogs, valued at thirty dollar., from Peter Jones. - . . . Letteb List. The oflicial lint of let ters remaining in the postofiice can be found on our fir. t page. 'A Fact. That is that Mack Bro.'s 4 Bohm are determined to finish their closing out sale in a few days. ' ' I Chi at. The meaning of thii word can be solved by inspecting' the goods at Mack Bros. A Bohm's closing out tale, i See Elson's advertisement . ' ' 113 . i . g - i j The Port of Memphis. The river is fulling rapidly. Weather cloudy and incline! to rain. Business light . .. .,- ,.-, , : The following are the arrivals and de partures: !, ' . ' : ' - ' 1 Arrivals. . j Be'le Memphis, Caira ; - Rose Uambleton, Arkansas rivur. lies Arc, White river. ' Gleaner, Little Rock, - Departures. Claremount, White river. Antelope, St, Louis. -Natuna, St Francis river. , : Yictor No, 2, Oseola. . . Boats in Fort. Belle Memphis, Southerner,. Die Ver non, Gleaner, NormoP, Rose Uambleton, Des Arc. ,". ... -- BoaU Leaving To-ray, Va!ro and Si. Lvuit. The welcome sight of the beautiful st. amer Uelle Memphis once more graces our lunding. Tbe Belle sails Northward this evening in charge of Capt Dan Mussleman, That well known brick Larry Entler has charge of her office. , j W"i' River. Tbe clippr built Des Arc, Capt John Elliott, will leave for White river at five o'clock this evening. Lee Finney and Charley Smithers, preside in her office. They are gay boys. Pint Bluff At five o clock this eve ning, Capt. John Cloycomb will back out the Rose Hsmilton for l'ine Biuff. Arkansas travelers should remember it; also that D. M. Wells can be found in her office. Vicksburg and the Bendt. Captain Frank Hicks, with the elegant Die V et- non, depart southward this evening. Joe Band has charge of ber office, assisted br Geo. Dcane. A clever set of officers are on this boat, andlpassengers can an ticipate a pleosant trip. , 1 Arkansas A'l'cer. The popular steamer Gleanor, Captain N. S. Green, will leave for the Arkansas stream at five o'clock this evening. John T. Fenwick and R De Shield attend to her official duties. The Gleanor will do to travel on. Miscellaneous. Thursday's St Louis Jt epu b lican says: "The river was stationary yesterday. The Upper Mississippi was rising sev eral days at Hannibal, Quincy, Keokuk, etc. Tbe channel to Keokuk is almost entirely clear of ice. The Illinois is still closed, but the ice bridge rotted r-nnsiderablv. Nothing from the Mis souri, which remains closed." . Steamboat Printikg. We respectfully ask our steamboat friends to call and ex amine the specimens of fine steamboat printing daily executed at the Publio Ledger office. Our prices will be found to compare favorably with those of Cin cinnati or St Louis, and to be greatly below those asked by other city offices. Bring your orders directly to us, and save the commission charged by parties who take in work they arc not prepared to execute. Special Notices. Special Notices will be i carted in thi col umn for ten cent per lint tor eacn insertion. Amusements this Evening. NEW MEMPHIS TUEATRE-ViuiTVJii.i- 'Duke' Motto ; or, I Am Here," BLUFF CITY MUSEUM Cor. JefTomon and Setond tie. Fine collection of Living Curi- otitiei. ' Krs. Dr. Harvey. The world-renowned Clairvoyant and Magnetie Phyicln, whose in staneoui cure, of dUoate and clairvoyant per ception have been the wonder of the world, ha. arrived in Memphis, and taken rooms for the eajon at the Overton Hotel (office, room No. 30), where the can be consulted npon all mat ters pretaining to life and health. he treat all the M-ealled incurable dUeases a apecial tiet, te-wit: eanoer,oon.umption, asthma, rhcu matinn, dypepia. epilcpjy. heart ditca-e and female dueasea, and all other chronic com plaint, with .newly and happy result. For particular., call or tend for a circular. Prof. Harvey, tbe ditouverer of a certain and pain la cure forcaneera and tamora, anittf in her practice and eompoondi all her medicine. Ad drea all letter to . Plop. Hitvav. . 12a i Memphis, Tenn. A Card te Invalid. A Clergyman, whll raiding in South America a a miwionary, discovered a aafe and limp's rcriedy fur th cure of Krvo Weaknesf. Earlf Decay. Di anc. f tho Urinary and Seminal Orga-.it, and the whole traia of diaurden brought on by bane ful and vision habit, (treat number h.v beea already eared by thia noble remedy. Prompted by a detir to benefit the afflicted and unfortunate, I will nd th recipe fur pre paring and using thi medicine, in a sealed en i,, ii Hi, uM in ' it Irwm ay' car. Pleaw inclose a poet-paid tnTelopc.llret-ed to younelf. Addreas JOSEPI1 T. INMAN. I 5 Station D. HiMe Howe. New York City. Th Great Heed EippUed ! Fill h.v. beea wallowed ia million. Salve have beea rubbed ia by th poand. Dr. Maooikl's two gid PriSc are putting an end to .lui whole! ayvtaoi of medication. On of hi famoiu pill a doe. A hex of hi healing aalve ii of mora valw. a a retaedy for aloerou and eruj-live dia, than a hip'a cargo of th ointment advertood to eara everything, but are. all, ia fart. ither aaalea or deleteriou. . . Dr. MjanMteowiirTATTc. He ha placed In the amalleit eompaas the active prlooipl ef the moat potent vegcUblc.peolflc. There I. ao mineral in bt Pill. they do not grip they do act enfeeble.' ThoyScreat a vtgorou. appctltc.and oorrepondingly.trngth ea th .llgtxtluo. They tone the lllver, lear the head and tady th nerve. Ne (una of orfiilBS dl.a ean re.Ut th di-jenfeott-nt operation of th Salv. Tuuikr AbtMite. Silt Hheum. Bull., Pimple., I'u. tule. ten are thoroughly eradicated by this anrlvaled mdicinc. In fact.'.MiSaiiL's BiL ot'g, Dvartmo sad DuasHSA Vilus cur when all othars fall. Whll for Burn. Scald. Chilblain. Cut., and all abrationi of Ukln, Maggiel' Salv is Infalliblo. Sold by J. Mag. giel, ii Fulton itreet New York, and all Drue fist, at 25 cent per box. ' d-UH Notice. W earaeatly rqat our friends not to pay mor than tv oents a copy for th Public Lkocga. W sell to the ncwuboy at tweeentaaeopy, thu. allowing ihem over a hundred per cent, profit on every paper. ( . Our " Public Directory. To strangeis vliitint Memphis w offer a Ii of clever, reli able bu.lnen men, inder the above bead, on the Brat page of the Puilio Lit on. a. Monetary and Commercial i t . Cotton Karkst. . Th market thl morning la quiet, but boldor ar firm, generally asking higher vatas than barer, ar willing to give. The majority of gale made, however, are upon a bai of JIMo for middling. Th money mark", eontinae to rule elo.. The .treat rale are from 2)i to S per sent per month. Receipt of cotton ye terday were I7C0 bales j exporti, YM bale. Ordinary 27trf I Middling 304)31 Good Ordinary-Wn.N I Striut M i.ld'g Low Middling.-iU.u (iood Mlild'g XWiJ Money Market, -flold advanced to 1.12 baying, and Is firm. City Scrip dull at B2-0i. County warrants selling at 90 to Vi. Southern money U dull and rate are barely maintained. Broker pay th following rat. lor Stat bank i Bank of Chat tanooga, 21 1 Bauk of Memphis, par; Bank of Middle Tenneuee, M ; nk t Tennewe (aid iiu), Bank of Wet Tonnu.ee. SO; City Bank of Nashville, Out Commercial Bank, par; Merchant' Bank. 75: Ocoe Bank, 25: Plan ten' Bank, 77 Southern Bank,2U; Bank of RhelbyviU. 7lii .Trader' Bank. 25; .Lclon Baut, ii. -'- ' Oeaeral Karkst. ALK. nerhalf barrel 10 SO 0 M 12 00 j 0 3d M 20 0 4 75 BAUtilNti, per yard, jauia, Power-loom ......... BAGS. SUNNY flew-. 31 1 - 2 UO Second-hand. ........ BROOMb. tier doMiuHH.i BKANS, per boahel. av i 00 ) 260 BUTTER, pw pound. KO II - ... 0 3i a 0 37 Tub and Pail.. CANDLES, per pound. ,020 .060 o n Stfi & 0 60 CAPS, . U J',V u.w. BB.t10O.l Eley' K B,f liK)-.. Kiev' fB.1 1U0U.. ....... ! 1 ) . Ml 1 KO 3 60 4 50 L'0 IS 9 6 18 . o in mow 0 -Al 0 21 Ul 7 00 ....2 O0.21 10 CEMKNT, ler barrel CILKEiSE. p- ponnd , , . weatera tleeerve. ' i actorr Knali.h Dairv. CHICKEN 3, per dnen. fur Keys, per doten COFF.CK, par pound. nio Java ,02rt .0 40 0 SO 0 42 (4 0 .'.I) , 6 50 0 13 M 0 11 Laruavra..M , 0 85 CORN MfcAb... CH.Atb.tKb. tiullei-u. Sla-. Suffar....... 11 v- 111 - 12 r-i2 A 0 13 0 0 45 '14 27 00 (A a 00 i $) ( 1 f 0 8i a on (in 00 I2 50 13 75 o)5 Ml 618 00 6 00 & 10 W 0 13 EftOS. per do en. EKED. ilay, per ton,... Hay, inferior, Bran .24 00 ...-L1J 00 .-2Ji 00 l no Oto Corn, per buihel. uat FLOUR, per barrel. Low Superfine-....... Superfine.. Single Extra....-...... Doubl xtra.-.. Choice Double Extra... Fancy Brands FRUIT, per barrel, ' . ; Apple, green,... Dned apples, Dried peaches, halves Uaokerel S 1 porbbl,. . 7 00 9 on ..11 to ..13 00 14 50 ..16 00 ,4 60 , - 8 ,011 -.24 00 22 50 02 S00 23 00 e-1.3 00 11 50 iil0 .V) S 3 50 3 15 3 Oil G 0 09 10 50 & 3 50 w 5 5ii 10 50 & 8 50 tj 50 9 (l 9 (Mi &J12 Ul 0 10 60 0 i t Ne.I htbbL ..U 50 No.S " ..1100 No. 3 " .10 00 No. 1. per kit 3 20 No. 2, " " . 3 W Ko.3, " " 2 75 Dry Cod, per pound White FipU. per htbbL, OUN POWDER, -1MB ..10 00 325 5 no 10 00 uainer Kcg Half kegs.. . Kegs HAfLU Nails, per keg JOd to tod- " ' " .V 60 8 ft a 35 8 75 8 00 Cut spike-. Wrnn.ht boat nike....-Jl 00 Casting, hollow war. lb 6 8 Bar iron.. tw IlorxMho iron... NaU rod.. Cast ateel. EnglUh. Bluter iteel, Em-luh German steel HIDES, per . ', Ureen-... Green, ult Dry. Bint.. . Dry, tailed....- .... HOMINY, per barrel LARD, per pound. In tiaroe . In kegs-. ........ LEAD, liar, pert) LEATHER, perB. Chestnut oak, so!e- , 0 07 0 01) 0 12 MUlJ , 0 fit 0 30 - 20 w) 0 U . 0 18 . 0 u r- (17 . 0 W . 0 11 0 15 . i 50 . 0 13 0 077 , a 0 ta 0 1:1 (o 0 H & 6 Wl 014 (f 14 0 It 13 m 14 0 53 4 no 72 110 feii (Hi (a) -15 L! Upper, V do....-. i French calf, do - . American do - Hemlock tide per Skirting, ' LIMB. , Alabama Cap. VDIO .. . M0LASSKS, per gallon, Barrel and naif bbhv., New Orleuc. new. Syrup..- 0ILB, per gallon. voai . Lard-. Linseed - Train Bensine. . Tnrncntine. Pari. White, peril- PROVISIONS. Pork, mean, perbbl. , Prima. fin.'. Clear nde, i lb lireuKtast, per in. Khoulden " Clear rib aid. Ham. aus-ar-OuTed. Dressed liog, t S.. Aleel, mess, f bbl. Meet, dried, ilUl-JS, Cotton rope Manilla rop.... Maohin- , Hand. Uemp Packing ttlUA. per poand. la barrel -SU 13 6UQAR, per pound. Crushed and powdered 0 IS'-, 0 18 vianned. A, ii.u. crown SALT, per barrel. tiuui, Patent, f bag. tuc. bag aUAf, per pound. Uermaa Palm Common SODA, per poand. bPICES. . AII9PIC I'loves. Nutmeg Prrpcr Mustard. TAR. ken. nerdos . TaA. per pouna. lire- Black.... TOBACCO, perpoaud, Virginia - Black Swewt, 111. Kavv, Ti Medium, .... Meiliura brivht. tood bright, do . Fine nstural loaf-.. VEGETABLES, Potat.s. new.W bbU- Cahban. Mr I '.II Onions, new, per bbl. WTWE'lAK. per gallon-.-., Wnl-M. !, per gall, Cximaon . Lyitatioa Bourbon --.. .. 4ft 9,1 ml GO nil ii il -.... 0 411 ..... W 38 . .. f 50 i . i hi mta 1 taj () 2 a B0 0 0 TTi , HI . I lJ 0 80 to) 1 7 0 60 Btffi 1 fsi 1 7f I 70 J I NO . 1 35 S3 1 40 0 :ii at 0 40 80 U0 0 is . 0 10 20 IW 22 M) 11 mi iii 0 13 $0 14 ' .... A 10 an en -,.,... 0 Id ia 0 11 . 0 no . A Ol 1 A .at lias v - jw V . i........ m 10 OA IHI ... 1U ms ! vn 0 A u 0 28 -. 1 IS A 1 25 0 25 () 3; 1 .1 0 12 e 1-" 0 11 10 t id 0 36 " an is I 1. IW )0U 4 6i Hint 11 ame , V . 9 VIA. e w 0 07 H .. 0111 ve uh a .1 sa to n j: a 0 27 ;ts ' 1 35 0 1 50 . 1 OH til A 80 T otj 1 71 JO 1 (It is) 1 50 1 -r. at 11 e 7s a e :s s 0 T .... e i aM s (75 r S 1 ) S 1 li 1 jj m 1 3 1 1 iSI 1 1, . 1 o ut 3 3D t 0 is 19a mf 2 5 1 bt Kentucky Bourbon. Jffl t t it V 00 Ii, r mrl d SO it 0 00 YfcA-T P0 lii-KS. per dm., . Mam. Cbem. Mill.,!i lb. t 3 r4 Pioneer. U lb. 3 00 (4 3 ;A I'rr.ton A M.-rrill'. !t .n -0 STEAMBOATS. For Nahlile River. MADISON.. ..JOUN BEARINa, Matlsr. 'l'UB 8TRAMKR MADISON - ..IT"J 1 will leav for ll.ti lii. river, 4ifif3 a toon a. Die water will admit. Mill uo all wuy bn.-'loe. to ItTindnlfh. IIS MEDICAL. THE KII)r.YS. riMIB KIDNEYS ARE TWO IN NITMBKR, A .uuui.4 at Ui. iimmw put f the lui a, ,ir Mund.'d by lat aud eon.l.lingof three pari. V ii: Tbe A atorior.and tbolaUiriur.th Kxtarinr, Th anterior ab.orb. lnl.rior ooiul.u of tlKueor v.iua, which .erv aaa Jepoaitlorlb urine and euov.y ittolbaexUirior. l'be.ll rior ia a oonduotor al,o, tormiuutiug in a inde tub and culled tb Ureter. Xb ureter are connected with the bladder. Tb bladder ia oouip.ij.d of varlou. coverings or liuuej, divided into part, vi : the Upp w, tbe Lower, the Nervou., and the Mueoua. The upper cxneU, tbe lower retain. Many have a do. ire to urinal, withbut th ability, other uri net without the ability lo retain. Thl fre quently oeour in ehildrea. ivourethene ailadtion. w must bring Into action tb muscle., which areengagad ia thutr variou. function.. If they ar neglected, (ire vei or iroiNij max annua, The reader must also h mad aware, that hiiH.M . 1 1 . 1. 1 . .1 . a ll.. . . . . . i. 1. i. ..... .. a II Wit In bodily health aod mental vewen; us our Men Ii aud blood are uupurtad from thet souro. , ; UOUT. OB RHEUMATISM. ' Pain occurring in the kiln, h InHioutlv. nt ! above dioao.. They occur in perKon. din- poaed to acid atomacb and chalky concretions . ; TilK U RAVEL. , The gravel ensue from neglect or imnrouor treatment of the kidney.. Theae organ beiiig weak, th water it not expelled from the blu.t der, but allowed to remain; it become feveri.b. and.ediment form. It ia from this deposit that the .Ion i. formed and gravel enaaea. DROPSY U i a collection of water in omo part of th body, and bean difierent name, according to the purl affected, vi.: when generally dilluied over th body, it ia called Anasarca; when of the abdomen, Acile when of the, chest lijrdrothorai. ril,AlJttlS.1IT. llelmbold' highly eoneentrntAfl Extract Bnehu i decidedly one of the be-t reuiedie tor disease of th bladder, kidneyiu gravel, droik-al .welling, rheumatism, and gouty an'oetion. Under this hoad we have ar ranged Dy.uria, or ditticulty and pain in caw. inir water, scanty aoeretinn n. m.n .n,r r., quent di.charges of wuter. Strangury or stop ping of water, Ilermitturia or bloody urino. Uautand Hh.umatimof the kidney, without any change in qulity, but increase of color i dark water. It w alwaya hichly recommended pj in, i,w vr. cujsic m iueo anecuotis. Thi medic-iae inures. ox the power of diges tion and excite the absorbent into healthy ex ercise, by which the watery or calcareous de position and all unnatural enlargement, a well a pain J)dinnawiaaUou, oro reduced, eiid is taken by MEN. WOMEN AND CnlLDRKS' Direction, for use and diet accompany. 1 PlIILADRLPHIl. Pi- V.h. '.'A 177 Q. T. ngr.aiii.D, Druggiat. Dir Sirs I have been arafiemrforrlpwnnls of twenty vcari. with graveL Ii1jI,I.t a.- I L-.... ney lfectior!, during which time I hav. used various medicinal preparation, and lieen un der the treatment ot" the mo.t eminent .hei eian. experiencing but little relief. Having seen your preparation, extensively advertised, I con.ulted with my family physi cian in regard to u.ingyour Extract huoLu. I did this because I had used all kinds of ad vertuwd remedies, and had found them worth- leiis, ana .oine quite injurious; in lact, 1 dr .paired of ever getting well, and determined 10 u.e no remedies hereafter utiles I knew ef the ingredient. It was tbi. that prompted me to na your remedy. A yeu advertised that it wa composed of 6ucu, cubtb andnipr or, rte., it occurred lo me and my physician a. no excellent combination, and, with hi advioe, after an examination of the article, and enn aulting again with th druggist, I concluded to try it. I commenced it u.e about eight months ago, at which time I we confined to my root 1. From the first bottle I was astoniihed and gra . ilied at tbe beneficial efl-jct. and alter mini, it, three weeks wa able to wulk out I felt uiuia like writing you a full statement of my case ut thattim. buttboaght my improvement might only be temporary, and therefore conoluded to) defer and e if it would effect a perfect cur, knowing thea it weuld be of greater value t you and more .atialoctory to me. I am now able Ui report that a cure is efiectodl after uaiug the remedy for five months. I have not used any now for three months, and feel as wall in all respects as I ever did. Your Uuohu being devoid of any unpleasunt taste and odor, a nioe tonic and invigorator of the system, 1 do not mean to be without it whenever occasion may require it use in .md affection. M. McCOKMICK. Should any doubt Mr. McCorniick it 1 1 merit, be relers lo the following gentleman lfcn. Wm.Bigler.ei-Uovernor Pennsylvani . Hon. Thou. 13. Florence. Philadelphia. Hon, J. U. Knox, Judge, Philadelphia, Hon. J. S. Black, Judgo, Philadelphia, . lion, D. R. Porter, ex-Oov. Pennsylvania. Ion. Ellis Levis, Judgo, Philadelphia. Hon. R. C. Urior, Judge United Htutes Court, Hon. ( W. Woodward, Judge, Philadelphia. Hon. W A. Porter. City Solicitor. Phila. Hon. John lligl.r, x-llovenor Calilornia. Hon. K. Banks, Auditor-tlcueral, Washing ton, D. C, and many ether., if necessary. Principal Dopot, lieliub. Id's Drug and Cheia iral Wharohnuse, 5U4 Broadway, ilutrupolilun H.iteL New York Sold by Druggists everywhere. eHKW ABK OK COT'VTKRFRITS.? 4 IS tilt CAT CLEAUIAU NAL11 -AT- . 3:iG Main Street, cor. Union. HAVINtl DETEUMINED TO CIIANOB my busineis, I offer to fell out my antir .tuck nf FANCY AND STAPLE iKY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES. IIA'18. tjKNTS' FUBMSUINU GOODS, CLOAKs! BLANKETS, etc., etc. The entire stock MUST BE BOLD WITHIN 30 DAYS, regardless of oost, in urder to giv p MiKse.siuu of the .tore. Call and examine tbe bargain I offer before purchahiug elsewhere. . 8. A. HERMAN, 110 33tl ' Main street, cor. Union. LUMBER P LUMBER"! 1 Largs and Well Assorted Stock of C'31r('Mi4 iuiI Poplar Lumber AT G. M. VKNABLE'S SAW-MILL. WE HAVE NOW ON HAND AND ARB constantly sawing Cypres, and Poplar Sills,Jni-ts, Corner Poets, Scantling, Sledding, Rafters, Brnleing, Strips, 1, and 2-inch clear Cypres, and Poplar Plank, rough Flooring aad W.atherbnardiug. common inch Plank, Shew ing, Fencing ami Fence Posts, Pickets, Laths and Shinrles, which will be told a favorable prices to CASH purchaser.. Dimension Tinitn-ra sawed to order. Order Slled on short notieo. Team, always at hand and strict attention given to the delivery of Lumber. Midland Lumber Yard on Wol Hver, im mediately north of Bayou (iayoao, Memohi, Teunes-'ec. 3d GEO. C. J0P. TENABLE. Agents. r. t. acat'ous. it. a. aosxas. SIllOGS A KOGEKS, ATTOHNEYH AX IVW, OFFICE-19 MADIB0K STREET. 4-1S C MEMPHIS. TBNN. JD. II. DKAt'KKTT it 111, Crescent I.ivcry, AuclioOi SALE STA1JLES. rjinB FINEST HARNESS BUGGIES AND A Carnage (or hire. Auction Sales Every Day at 10 O'clock. Special attention paid to tha unloading a Stock from Suaamboats and Can. YARD ROOM fuml-hed with or witkoul fewl. Bl BOBCATCR. Aor.pr. IOK SHAKP!! ttlcKLARU S M A K i nare (iHle. Jat eat. liaa I .111 iC J4 tb ik yoa want. Smt nrHnl.y mI1 t yuwr reid,"e ,- r.-j f ' mu. A4 drs W. A. Ll.AKV. Ja .PLila.irli.bia. Peaii- .j Ivaaia.