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IOU MAGISTRATE MTH DISTRICT. I We urc aiithurlaid to announce JOll N W, HAWTHORN an acaadiduto lor the office) of Juxllneof I ha peace lur Uih Civil Dill net of Shelby county. Trim., Hi III coming election, IXlR MAiilSTHATI! KOURTKKNTlVbi.S 1' trict-W. It. SMITH i a candidate for Magistrate for lite I lib civil district. Election April "th. I tnu a 1 1 1 (j 'i' u . n l' I i'i'ii liter it 1 1 "l' i li'UH mfiui.?i nrt I n Hill ni.,'1 i V JAM K8 II. SWAN li Candida' for J u J i... ..I 1 1.. p..... r... I, 1.1,1. ri.il lli.triot. Vli-tnn. April V. lt--.7. SPECIAL CARDS. DESOTO IXSUItANCE AKD X 14 U H X COMPANY, OH MEMPUIS, TBHJT. Offloe, Doaoto Blook, Madison St. Cttpltnl SHOO.OOO. TWS COMPANY INSURE8 AGAINST loss by Fire. Marin and River Risks. Directors Win. M. Farrlngton, W. B. Oal braith, W. B. Oreonlaw, C. W. Goyer. J. J. Ilawlings, Jno. Johnson and 0, B. Church. WM. W. FARRINGTON. Pres't. J.O. LONSDALE. fiw'J. ' M HE KM A.N 1)0 INSURANCE CO MP'I. No. 12 Jefferson Street Fire, Marine and Biver Bisks Insured. II. IAIKD, - ' President, HEX. MAY, Secretarr. rtl RECTORS nNRY T.ATRT), 8. B. WIT.T.TAMSOX. D. H. TOWNSKNU, fj.ll. i' owiia. A. v Jirni'iiuu 2 &AT()W"SATL(;S lNSTlfUTION. MWUPItTS. TENNESSEE. Banking House t'J Madison St. ro. t. Tn.Ctiitinn. nruanited in 1S56. ha been In contianous and successful opsfation for the past ton years, continues to transact a -FWEHAI BXCHANOB AND BANKING BUSINESS. Will receive Deposits, Buy and Soil roreln Domostio Exchang ei,.iA. silver iitl TJnourreat Money, BELLS Exchange in sums to suit purchasers. .on London and all the leading; cities or me 'United States, and will make collections on all accessible places in the Sooth and Weil. K. M. AVERT, Cashier. KOi J0I1X C. I.AMEK. Prffildrnt. BOARDING. . with hoard in a Dnvttte family: Call otNo. m Second street, tetweed Washington ,1 D.1. . -.tv iOARDING.-A SUITE OP ROOMS FOR J) a futuily, and an offiee suitable for Doctors or Lawyer; also, a few singlo gentlemen. Ap- ... Mi M n street. - I'" IL FOR SALE. . -in. m"V C A T T.' f 1 TJ V i T UABLK PROPERTY -On the 8th day of Apr . lHtw. at tne wn" Alston, C. and M.. a lot .50 by ISO feet, situated fin llemanuo sireui, t- i ru.- This is Tuluablo property, and in a (lestrablt . . mi 1 - t iIia mi nkhnrh nntt rn. locality, ino iiuura. mi -.cupiod by negroes will be torn down tKo firBt ol January lien, icriuo in .balance in li! months, purchaor giving bom with security, fnd lien retained until paymcn u i tlio piircnnso mumv iJOR SALB.-BRICKI BRIUK l-www 1 good, hard Brick for sale, near the Charles Ion depot, on Orleans and Madison streets (ex- iS' W. O. WYNNB. iniRBAr,K-iUOCOKD8 0K 1IARD WOOD. KU 41 S. (. RIIINK, Xid Main st. i- . f i.' ru writ Anijk A io. Orocerv 8tro, centrally located nnd doing "good cash business for aula or exchange lor ?Lus,rpncrio; with long lease. jkSllrlt Tj'OR 6ALK. 'f YPE METAL (BETTEK than bubbot) for 'Irk BROS., I't'm.ir T,KnnK office. FOR RENT. -nR R.KNT-A GOOD DWELLING I4 houeoi. the Et side of Ecaols street, in South Memoi""- Apply to o tum rT J? Oflice No. 9, 3rd tory Titus'bu'ildini, Jeffe'rson "lh r... VHJK RENT- ON K unit;- n"1 " 1 A ! sJvon rooms nnd t4 basement rooms, on Mulberry street, No. 2i. Apply on the prem; TRTTi TiTlTETiAEMTCJJ t o p . r Ko 240 Main street, corner of Jefltrson. For particulars, apply 0yS, FIES CO. To'kTTentafew FIRST-CLASS NEW J- bri'k rwi.luei for rent, in a pleasant part of the city, andoonveniont to business Tbcse n'sldences contain eight or ten rooms each, with all the modern improvements and conve niencis. arc entirely new, and will be rented on the most rensonabln terms to suitable tenants. For particulars, inquire of WASSON. W.O No. S12 Main 'street (up tir). 1 SJirKK'NT ASE M ENT.-W E W ILL I rent the commodious and well finished m.sent. 42l"crn.r Main and Heal street, has throe entrances. re,iuires no ga. light Bring the day. and will be l at an ce.d itaijr ln fluure. It is suitable for fll,' l..-,n. Restaurant, or almost any kind of whole- ' l,u,inc9J- ,,pinrMOBROS.. 4t, IS Madison street. jok rent Two Elegant Brick Eesldcnccs, jo t. finished, on the north side of Vance st., ei. -tot Desoto. Apoly to P. TMOiiW. k i:i2 Frontjjt.. nearKxchang. 4T)Text-fr6n t office oy ER f A V - t 1-r, Cook Co.'.. t Frnt f"r sale. 1I i n v c i, TTuB KENT. -TWO I It l cl.Iv. in -. a ..... ...:...li. . T Kil- l-i i vr nAE. men i rooms, sumboic wi "", : loons, K-cstaurnnts. or any other business, on 1 men t room tjnioii street, oetween .nam iui.... two olfii-e above, su table for Doctors orl- T..rs. or anv othor business. Inquire at : .4. J jni-n strei-f. t. - TxTli KENT-A FIIIST-CLASK ST'KE V ionsein the Jackson Block, cor. of Mam -J '"- trrU0SAriyNO. B. LEECH. 1 r ANTED TWO CHAMBER MAIDS and a good meat cook. Apply imuiedi ntelratthe ALI.K nut N. nteiy ai '". sn,t .... NOTICES. X-OTCK-NO BILLS WILL BB PAT BY IN (lu.uve Murl.er. unless contracted by me in p.,, r by -V'a V K" CK1.1.KK. :n tlTICE- 20.000 VTortll Of Choice J.nd, And some c-h. to ei.-fc.nce for Dry Ooodj. ir...-. r. rioiliinr. or and Mioes. All ....ioM.n.i.j. M 'iin .ice.t, VTTTl K XHiILLS w iTlIj K Fai u li Y T tt liTtn Bros. nnleM contrMtl by me I. per.. r I "il,VIj,TMn Tt K. SCt.i-K Nfll'n; I i H E 4. i' K K 01 I f l"d. I IN Pi: rrS.-F- Fi.-n. 1-i JrU.rson f,c l.i.t i ready to t.k. .rjers lor c "ihinr. iTe and nuns n, old cloth.. to jn" r i i, iire lnm a eli .od eee tar v,r. Vrt He .f "n .-rm. th. I. i. tl. b. i. - rVTdc !. do he cleaning f K,d ...ore, in , J.t ,? !e. Do not f.-rgct to call and bim ii i.i p'tn r"d- - V'. U' "i-si)tiU i-S W ILL I:E PAII BT N W. N. f..k.i A C.... r',..s c.n.ractcd by re. i. W f.f 'J' "iEAKiy. J'.bruary 4. J. FLAHERTY, Agent. Dealer In 1" TJ It N I T U II I - And 326 and 328 Beoond Btreot, . Betweon Monrse anil Union Street, tvTm.MPTTTH. TWWW. n PUBLIC LEDGER. Offlc. No. 13 Modlaton Htreet. LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION THE CITY. MKMPHI8I Wednesday Evening. April 3, 1867 Local Notiors, ineerted amonK the readiuK matter, will be charged twenty centa per line for each ingertion. Pittbboro Coax. Briggg A Poteraon, office 13 Madison atreet. Branch oflice, 19 Union street J. B. Moaoley, agent We are the only coal merchants who weigh on the city scales. 3-29 Patino tdk Stbeet8. Mayor Lofland sent a message to the City Council last evening, which waa referred to the Pave ment Committee, stating thnt contracts for paving, with Nicholson pavement, Second, Adams, Madison and Union strcels, have been made with Messrs. Taylor, McBain A Co. These gentle men have given approved bonds to exe cute the work according to the plans aud specifications, and to have all the streets completed on or before the first dRy of November next. It is hoped that the property own era on the streela named will be prepared to pay promptly the accounts of the contractor. Ono-half the cost will be required on completion of each section of 380 feet, the balance in three equal poymenta in thirty, sixty and ninety daya. At the price agreed upon for the atrecta named, it will cost $10 18100 per foot front cn each side of the street for paving, and $1 60-100 per foot for new curbing total for a lot twenty-five feet front, $295 50. If promptly paid, the contractors will com plete from 280 to 300 feet per day. The contract for paving, with stone, Front street from Market to Union; Front alley, Center alley, and the cross alleys from Market to Union, between Front and Second streets, has been let to the Messrs. Lowden. On Front street the cost per foot front to the property owner will be, for paving, $17 81, and for new curbing, $1 75 total for a lot twenty-five feet front, $489, and the cost per foot on each side of the alleys will average $4 77. The Mayor recommends the paving of Main street with the Nich olson pavement the city to assume the payment in notes at three, four and five years, with interest at six per cent, of that portion which the Street Railroad Company should pave, and charge the same to said company, until the Courts decide upon the parties liable to pay, and the property holders to pay ihe bal ance in like manner as those on the streets now under contract, and that separate "bids be received for the work under the two modes of payment Charleston avenue, from Adams street bridge to the Charleston depot, should be paved; also, old Madison street, from Madison street bridge to the depot The Chairman of the Board of Aldermen has appointed the following Committee on Pavements: Aldermen Amis, ' Lemon and Passmore. Property owners on Adams street, Sam. Tate and A. F. While; Madison street, S. B. William son and J. J. Murphy ; Union street, W. 1$. Greenlaw and J. M. Patrick ; Second street, Charles Jones and S. T. Morgan; Front street and Center and Second al leys, Sam. Mosby and James Lee, jr, CiRtts To-Nioht. Ilaigbt k Cham bers' colossal circus and menngerio was unable to show at Helena in consequence of the high stage of water, in conse quence of which Memphis was reached one day ahead of time, and the grand opening will take place on Union street, between Third and Desoto streets, this evening at seven o'clock. This circus and -menagerie will compare with any that have been organized the present season, having over two hundred men and horses attached to it M'lle Marie La Fort, Miss Cornelia Smith and Miss Nellie Day are the female equeatrienies, and then there is the Miacco Brothers, Sam. Kinehart, Sig. Henri Tibbs, Mr. Nsylor, old Sam. Lathrop, Gus. Shaw, and a host of others, famed in the ring for their daring as riders, athletes, clowns, etc. The zoological department under the supervision of the distin guished naturalist and profound scholar, Professor Lingel, is unusually large and embraces rare aud beautiful wild beasts, birds and fowls from every quarter of the globe, many of them being the enly peciroena of the kind on exhibition in this country, the whole torming a de lightful study to the lover of natural history. A. very interesting feature of the exhibitions is the indomitable cour age and amazing daring displayed by the " Fairy Queen of tho Lions," S!g norita Ella Eugene, who enters the dens of the savage monsters, and whose con trol over them aeema perfect and is the theme of wonder and astonishment to all beholders.- Those who love to see a splendid circus troupe and an interesting menagerie will be certain . to be pleased with this one. Tbeso ,Casi:s Dismsssa. Ia the United 8tuU? Court the following trea son cases Lave been dismissed by the District Attorney in pursuance of In structions from the Attorney General upon payment of costs: GiJeon J. Pil low, L. C. Adkins, It. Y. Richardson. Jesse Forrest, John B. Cross, Eeuben Burrows, jr., A C. Wnrzbach, Capt E. A. Cole, Joseph Terry. Stamp Cares. In the United Stutes District Court the following stamp cases have been disposed of by compromise upon payment of costs : W Worsham, Ed Worsham, Ward 4 LeOuere, S II Wood, Anderson & Watson, Atnes, Woodbury 4 Jones, Isador Kosenbach, JJIUwIingsi Co., JDBuffin, Rice, Stix k Co., Mississippi and Tennessee railroad company, L Goepel, Blelock & Co., G H Blood k Co., B Uuyliss, J uos. Bflurke, M Combs, jr., C Dougherty, Dav. Emmons & Son. Elson Bros. Inglbrecht & Datnmann, John L Eich berg, Friedman Bros., Farnngton Howell, L D Gloason, Larry Uarmatad Howell. Wood & Read. J II Howell Isaac Isaacs, A Just, S S James, Lan A Co., G D Johnson, L S Knowlton Lindauer, Pollock 4 Co., Liuduuer, Ar oold 4 Co., J Lindauer, J S Levitt Lonelev 4 Gar. Lunn 4 Mallon, A S Livermore, J Malatesta, Mulholland.4 Ce., G W Miller, E Mulholland, McComba 4 Co.. Nevils 4 Rose, Petit & Siddons, E J Phillipps, A Pollack, Stratton Goyer 4 Co., J Specht, Toof, Phillips 4 Cirode, Tobin, Lynn 4 Co., W U Ibomp son. . Ntw Memphis Theatkb. There was another crowded house at the New Mem phis Theater lust evening, when Lady Audlty's Secret was presented for the socond time. Mrs. D. P. Bowers gave grand representation of the beautiful but wicked "Lady Audlcy," exhibiting in every look, action aud word the genius that is only possessed by first-class ar tists. Wherever she has appeared the press and public have pronounced her the best delineator ef this character in the world, and she is fully entitled to all the encomiums that have been showered n her. Mr. J. C. McCollum, as "Robert Audley," was excellent and (rue to life. Mr.' Lanacan. as the drunkeH brute " Luke Marks," did well, as usuaL Mrs. Lanagan, Miss Llewellyn, Mr. Drayton Mr. Kingslcy and Mrs. Gulick did well in thoir several roUs. Lady Audley' s Se cret will be repeated this evening. , Greenlaw Opera Hocse. The Uid den Hand was the attraction at the Greenlaw Opera House lust evening, with Miss Blanche DeBar as " Capitola. Her conception of the dashing " Cap.' was good and performed with much spirit, frequently eliciting hearty ap plause and calls before the curtain. Mr. McWade appeared as "Wool," an1 ullo(1 the character in true Ethiopian style, creating much laughter. Mr. Drake as "Old Hurricane" and Mr. Whiting as " Black Donald " did well. The drama was performed in a very creditable man ner, and tho audience departed for home as if they had been well entertained Tonight the interesting drama of The Mechanics of raris will be produced with Miss DeBar as "Madelaine" and Mr. McWade as "Reruey." It should draw a full house. Notice To the ladies ot Memphis and of the . surrounding country. Mrs. S, Hatchell having removed to No. 233 Main street, over J. H. Lowenntein 4 Bros;', would be pleased to see all of her old patrons and as many others as would fa vor her with a call She keeps con stantly on hand every variety of milliner goods that can be procured in the Eastern cities. She also baa procured the ser vices of a dressmaker just from Europe, and will cut, fit, and make dresses and other garments upon the shortest notice ; also, cloaks will be cut out and made in the latest styles. Call and examine her stock before purchasing elsewhere. Re member the place, No. 233 Main street, Memphis, Tennessee. Merchants who have cloaks can bate them changed to suit the fashion. 28 Municipal Court. Brownlow's ap pointees to transect the business of the recently created Municipal Court, met in the Chancery Courtroom yesterday, took the necessary oaths and filed their eora missions, W. E. Waldran as Judge; II. E. Hudson, Attorney General; L. B. Knlon, clerk; T. H. Boswoll, Marshal. H. W. Hobbs was appointed Deputy Marshal, and J. E. Bigelow, U. E. Hud son, Barbour Lewis and J. O. Prince selected to draft rules of practice for the court The rules of the Law Court have been adopted for the present Arrange ments were made for the clerk to be in attendance to transact any necessary business, after which court adjourned to meet next Monday morning at ten o'clock. St. Gkoroes Society. At a recent meeting of this society the following gentlemen were elected officers for the ensuing year: Henry E. Green, presi dent; J. Thomas, first vice-president; B. 1. Robson, second vice president ; A W. Lewin, financial secretary; Henry Forester, corresponding aecrelary ; W. H. Weadly, treasurer; J. Gant, J. Cor- del, A. A. Norman, trustees ; T. H. Hunt, W. Bedell, J. Davis, relief committee. UK. II I'M" JE It may be consulted at No. 217 Second street, Adams block, corner of Adams and Second streets, on all diseases embraced in his speciality, aa Catarrh, Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Asthma, Consumption and Heart Dis eases, to which branch of his profession be has long devoted his exclusive atten tion. As be will remain ia the city only a few weeks longer, those who desire to consult him should do so at once. 31 White-figured brilliants, enly 25 cents per yard, at Elson' s, 297 Main street 29 Thb Isjukctiox. Chancellor Smith heard the arguments in favor of an in junction against the County Commis sioners yesterday and has taken the mat ter under advisement ontil the 18th inst Nearly all the magistrates bare departed for home, and feel inclined to leave the Commissioners alone in their glory. Law Codrt. The following cases were disposed of yesterday: Smith vs. Cash, judgment pleas withdrawn, $1420; Quinby 1 Robinson vs. Cardona, judg ment for plaintiff, for $w5 J5. Criminal C(i'rt. A nolle proteoui was entered this morning in the cases of Oscar Smith and James McNuiry. I consequence of the absence of counsel the case of George R. Wade for obtain ing money under false prMenses was continued until to-morrow, when Wm, Washington, E. L. Williams, Augustu Williams and B. McCoy will be tried for larceny. Go to Martin Eyko for your furniture No. 44 J Monroe street 27 Tournament at Oioloxa. We learn that a grand tournament will take place at Okolona, Mississippi, on the 8th an 9th of May, the festivities winding u with a ball, the proceeds to be devoted to building an Odd Fellows HalL magnificent gold watcb, silver tea set and silver-mounted whip are to be the prizes. Concert Saloons to bk Suppressed, A motion has been adopted by the City Council that all "pretty waiter girl saloons," " free and easies," and places where dancing and singing is carried on in any drinking saloon, be declared nuisances, and that the Police Commit sioners be requested to abate the same. Tiik erowd of ladies continually to be seen in Elson's mammoth cheap store is ample testimony that they aro really doing as they advertise selling great bargains. We would adviso all ou friends from the country who are now buying their spring supplies, to give this store a trial before purchasing else where. 29 Go to Martin Eyke for mattresses and bedding, No. 41 Monroe street. 27 More Glasses. Dr. Bernhardt has received a fresh supply of glasses, and is now ready to accommodate all who may cull on him at the Overton. He has given relief to many whose sisht was de fective, and will remain here a short time longer. Those desirous of improv ing their eyesight should call on him. Jewelry Store IIoiibed. A young man named Adolpho Vogt, who has been employed for several months by Rudolph Froese, jeweler, corner of Main and GayoBO streets, disappeared this morn ing after opening the store. Twenty five dollars, two gold watches, a gold chain and ring and other things were carried off by him. The County Commissioners. The Ceunty Commissioners made provision for furnishing the Municipal Court room, etc. This morning several accounts were allowed, and the jail committee re ported in favor ofthe rapid completion of the new jail, and that the prisoners be supplied with blankets, sheets, etc, Tbe Lecture. The lecture of Rabbi Tuska on the " Reformed Israelite of tke Nineteenth Century " last night, at the Court Street Tabernacle, was well at tended. At its conclusion Jas. n. Sul livan recited " Prometheus." Next Tuesday night Admiral Semmes will leo- ture on the " The Alabama. Police Court. Business was dull in the Police Court this morning, only eight cases being on the docket, $15 assessed for fines and $22 collected. Ellen Green, colored lady, with a strong desire for somebody else's silk mantle, is awaiting trial for satisfying her desire by conns eating the same. Look to your Gardens. In laying out their gardens people should not fail to go to Messrs. Auer 4 Klein, No. C6 Jeli'erson street, who not only attend to such business but have also on hand a large assortment of roses, Bhrubbery, strawberries, and a good collection of beddinz Dlant. flower seeds, etc. 28 Persons wishing profitable employ ment call on or address J. B. Sutton, 244 Third street. Memphis, Tcnn. 52 Gband Lunch. We would suggest to the patrons of the Greenlaw Opera House that during intermission between acts they should call on eur old friend II Aehle at the "Court Exchange, corner of Union and Second streets, where there will be provided a sumptuous repast "A word to the wise is sufficient" 28 Wanted A partner with a capital of $4000, in a business that is established and pays well. No time or anything, except the capital, required. The best of city reference given. For particulars apply to or address J. B. Sutton, office 244 Third street, Memphis, Tcnn. 47 Get your mattresses and bedding ren ovated at Martin Eyke's, 41 Monroe street 2 Elson's mammoth cheap store is offer ng goods at greatly reduced prices prior to commencing alterations. Parties in want of dry goods, etc., can save from 25 to 50 per cent by buying at this really popular store. See advertisement in another column. .9 Dentists' Convention. The Mem phis dentists have held a meeting and appointed appropriate committees and made olher preparations to receive tbe delegates to the Central States Dentists' Association which meets in this city on next Tuesday. Ik you want to buy a cheap book call at 244 Third street 52 More Paving. The Board of Alder men have adopted a resolution in favor raving Court street and Front from Union to Beal, with the Nicholson pave ment and that the contract be given to G. McBain 4 Co., the lowest bidders. $20,000 City and County Scrip want ed by CitizensUnion Bank!2 iladison. Collections or Citt Officers. Do ing the month of March the Tax Col lector on Privileges collected $0139; Wharfmaster, $4316 34; Tax Collector, $.12,21? 61; North Marketmaster, $131 80; South Marketmaster, $118 95. Carpets made and laid, and old car pets renovated by Martin Eyke, No, 44j Monroe street Memphis and Pacific Railroad. Mayor Lolland has beeu authorized to cast the vote of the city in furor of the consolidation of the Memphis and Littl Rock railroad and the Memphis, El Puso and Pacific railroad. Resignation of Dr. Lynch. Dr. E. Lynch has resigned his position as City Hospital Physician. He hat held the position since last Juno and filled it in a manner that we hope to see his suc cessors emulate. Odd Fellows' Cei.ehration. Wo are informed that the Odd Fellows of our city are making arrangements to eel brate the anniversaryofthe establishment of the order in tho United Slates on the 2Gth inst. in a becoming manner. The Fire Department. The Fire Committee have reported adversely i regard to letting out the Fire Depart ment by contract, which report has been adopted by the City Council. Mori Seats fr Court Square, Forty additional iron seats are to be placed in Court Square. This will be good news to those who like to take summer lounge in our minature park. White jackonets, 20 and 25 cents pi yard, at Elson's, 297 Main street. 2 If you want to read an interesting bosk for a mean trifle, call at 214 Third street ssutheast corner of Jefferson. 52 Change of Market Hours. On next Monday the market hours will .be changed, the market opening at five and continuing until eight o'clock in th morning. Increase of Wharfage. An ordi nance bus been adoptod raising the rate of wharfage twenty-five per cent, the re ceipts to be expended in improving the wharf. FiREa Last Month. William Kehoe Fire Warden, reports four fires during the month of March. Damage, $40,000 instance, $27,000. Improved Scrapers, only $7 00. Mud ison street. Treat 4 Hamilton. The cheapest place in the city to get your furniture and bedding is at Martin Evke's. No. 44i Monroe street 27 Ir you want to save buying a book that is of no service to you after you have read it once, call at 244 Third street, southeast corner of Jefferson. 52 Curtain haugiug and all kinds of up holstery work done to order by Martin Eyke, No. 44 Monroe street 27 Silk sacks, the latest styles, at Elson's. Hallenberg 4 Oertel, No. 34C Sec ond street, headquarters for Hoofing and Guttering;. 39 Cotton Planters, the bst for $25 00, Madison street Treat 4 Hamilton. All of the latest and most popular books for rent at 244 Third street 5 Yard-wide brown domestics, 15 cents, at Elson's. 297 Main street 29 The Port of Memphis. The river declined about four inches at this point since our last report Business was dull this morning. Weather clear and pleasant The following are the arrivals and de partures : Arrivals. Julia, St Louis. Cornelia, Vicksburg. Albert Pearce, Yazoo river. Stonewall, Louisville. Commonwealth, St Louis. City of Alton, St Louis. J. 8. McCune, St Louie. Clifton, Cincinnati. Cora S., Louisville. Departures. Cornelia, St Loais. Albert Pearce, St Louis. Darling, Cincinnati. Emperor, Cincinnati. Harry Dean, Cincinnati. Mary Swan, Louisville. Florence Tabor, Little Rock. Commercial, White river. Mollie Ilambleton, St Francis river. Natotna, St Francis river. Stonewall, New Orleans. Boats In Port. City of Alton, Clifton, Celeste, Cora 8., General Quitman, Argonaut, J. D. Perry, J. S. McCune, Julia. Boat! Leaving To-Day. FicJb&urcr ani Xew Orleans. The magnificent steamer General Quitman, Captain J. M. While in command and T. J. Homard and J. H. Mossop in the office, departs southward at five o'clock this evening, offering superior induce ments to travelers. The Quitman is one of the Moating palaces of the Mississippi, and nil who have to travel the way she goes should get on board as soon as they can. Little Hock. The beautiful craft, known as the Celeste, departs for the capital of Arkansas this evening at five o'clock. Captain Reese Pritchard is tbe popular commander, while J. R. yler and Sam. Wood attend to the official duties with honor to themselves and profit to the traveling community. Remember the Celeste leaves this eve ning. Cairo and St Louis. Tie swift City f Alton, with the gallant Captain Sam. McPbeeters in command, departs for Cairo and St Louis this evening at five clock. The accomplished William McCraight attends to ber official duties. HlaoeUaneona. The river was falling at Louisville yes terday with nine and a half feet in the channel. At St Louis the river was rising. Falling was the report from olher streams. The latest in regard to the condition of tbe rivers will be found n our telegraphic columns. Steamboatmen can save money by get- g their printing executed at the Pes- Lie Ledger office, sur arrangements en- Ming as to do work at rates that will compare with any estabi.sbmeni in me West We invite steat-boatman to ex amine our styles of work and pricev 1 1 Special Notices. Special KotlCKS will be Userted In this col umn for ton oents per line for each Ins.ition. Amusements this Evening. WEW MEMPHIS TIIEATRE.-M,u. D. P. Bow sua. " Lady Audley's Soorot." GREENLAW OPERA HOUSE.-Bnciis DeBas. " Mochauiui of Paris," "Brian 0'l.lnn." HAKJIIT A CHAMBERS' cmCUS AND MKNAOERIB.-Uuionstrcct.between Third and Desoto. BLUFF CITY MCBEUM-Cor. Jefferson and Seeond su. Fine collection of Livlus Curi osities. Bsmoval.-J. B. Button has moved his pub lishing; office from No. 13 Union street to HU Third street, southeast corner of Jt fferson, and in connection with the publishing business, has opened a circulating library, where the eitl icns of Memphis and vicinity cnnbeaocoinuio duted with (helalest and most interesting read ing matter at very low rates. 27-42 Dentigtry.- Dr. J. B. Wossoa, Dentist, office No. SU Main street, corner of Monroe, assisted by Dr. Wm. Wasson and Or. W. C. Dillard, all of whom are gentlemen of long and ample practical experience and graduates in th profession. With whose assistance we are eon fijeut of not only being able to serve all who may prefer us, professionally, but also give en tire sati.faction even in the most difficult cases oeiongmg 10 ino science of dentistry. SO Know Thy Destiny .-Madame E. F. Thorn ton. the great English Astroloaist. Cl.irvnv. am anu rsycnoinetrlcian, who has astonishe, me scientific classes of the Old World. h. locaieu nerseir at Jludyon. N. Y. Madaun .. ...... , ... ..n.apciioi,iicg woouorlul powers u second sight aa to enable her to Imn.rt Icnn.l. edge of tbe greatest importance to the single or marrieu ol either box. While in a state ol trance, she delineates the very features of th person you are to marry, and by the aid of .. instrument of intense power, known as the Fsychouiotrope, guarantees to produce a life iae piciuro ot tne luture husband or wife of tue applicant, togothor with date of marriage position in life, leading traits ofcharaeler. .1 This it no humbug, as thousands of testimo nials can assert, the will send when do.ire.1 certilieil eartiflcA'e, or written guarantee mai me picture is what It purports to be. By inclosing a small lock of hair, and stating piace oi uinn.ace. disonsit on .ml ....,..,.'.. and Inclosing; fifty conts and stamped envelope auuresscd to younelf, you will receive the pic turn and desired information by return mail Ail communications sacredly confidential. Ad dress In confidence, Madame K. F. Thornton 1-. V.UOXZ.J, Hudson, N. Y. 26-103 The Healinir Pool and House of VArAv HOWARD ASSOCIATION REPORTS, for young men, on the crime of solitude and the errors, abuses and diseases which destroy the mauiy powers, and eroate impediments to marriage, with sure means of relief. Sent in sealed letter envelopes, free of charge. Ad dress Dr. J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON, Phila delphia, Pa. i-u The Great Need Supplied .'-rills have been swallowed in millions. Salves have been rubbed in by tbe pound. Dr. Mioqixl's two grand specifics are putting tin end to this wholesale system of medication. One of his famous Dills is a dose. A hex of h is healing salve is of more value, as a remedy for ulcerous and erm.tir. diseases, than a ship's cci-go of the ointments advertised to cure everything, bat are, all, in tact, eitner useless or dsleturious. Dr. MAaQKiL'smotUiscoscricTEiTicit. II, has placed in the smallest compass the act!,-, rineipleof the most potentvegetablespecifics. There is no mineral in his Pills ther du not gripe they do not enfeeble. They create a vigorous appctite.and corro-pondinilystrenirUi. en the digestion. Thoy tune the 'liver, clear tne nead and steady the nerves. No form ol scrofulous disease can resist tha disenfectent operation of the Salve. Tumor Abscesses, bait Kheum, Boils, Pimples. Pus tules, etc., are thoroughly eradicated by this unrivaled medicine. In fact. Maooikl's Bil ious. Dyspeptic and Diabbhka Pills cure where all others fail. While for Burns. Scalds, Lhrlhlains, Cuts, and ail abrasions of the skin, Maggiel's Ealve is infallible. Sold by J. Mag- giel, 43 Fulton street New l'ork, and all Drug gists, at la cents per box. ' Counterfeits ! Buy no Maggicl Pills or Salve with a little pamphlet inside the box. Ihoy are bogus. The genuine have name of J. II ay dock on box with name of J. Maggicl. M Tbe genuino have the Pill surrounded with wnile powder." 4-H9 Notioe. We earnestly request our friends not to pay more than five cents a copy fur the Pcbi.10 Lkdokr. We sell to the newsboys at two eents a copy, thus allowing them over a hundred per cent, profit on every paper. Monetary and Commercial Cotton Market. The unfavorable news from New Yoik, to gether with a decline telegraphed from Liver pool, has caused a dull market here. Buyers manifest bat little disposition to take hold, while sellers nre slow to make concessions, Our inside quotations about represent the mar ket. Receipts yesterday were liil bales; Ordinary.. 22824 I Middling ST?'; urvuu ormnrj..ji.:a Birict .IlldJ ZVaH-y Low Iiddling2.Kdi I (iood Midi g Money Market , . There is but little doing in financial matters outside the regular routine. Gold is bought by our brokers at 11. Silver remains about aa we left it at our last. Buying at 125120. Selling at 128. City Scrip is not active. There is enly small offerings made at our counters. Buying at 70972c, and selling at 7Jy75o. County war rants are dull. Our brokers show but little dis position to buy. They offer from 8i to 8Se, and sell at W to Vic. Exchange has continued teady for several days back. The supply U barely equal to the demand. Buying at par to ,o off, and telling at 'i premium. In Govern ment bonds there has been but few transactions f late. Currency is in such demand that very little of it is being invested in this way. I'ncur- rent money has been dull and lifeless. Bank f Tennessee continues nominal at 2b to 3-.c: Bank of Chattanooga, 15; Bank of V.'est Ten nessee, 50; Union Dank. 82; Planters' Bank.82; Bank of Memphis, par:' Bank of Middle Ten nessee, V0; City Bank of Nashville. 50: Mer chants' Bank. 75: Oeoce Bank, 20; Bank of helbyville, SO: Traders' Bank, par; Southern BEAUTY! TJBURN. GOLDEN, FLAXEN AND S-lk'-n Curl", prn-luced bv the c.-e of Prof. E BKKl'X' FK1SKR LE CIIEVEf.V. One plication warranted to cnrl the most straight nd stubborn hasr of either sex into wavy nglets, or he.vy massive curls. Has been ed bv the fahi,.pab!es of Fans nnd London. ith the most gratit'vmg reso ta. Dner.no in- urr to th hair. Fri by mail, sealed and ostpaiu, I'r-nptite eirrulare mailed free. Adret BEKUhK, SHLTfS A CO., heiui-U. o. 2M Kiver street, iroy, Jf. ., le agenu Iir tne I niten Mates. I7-V .1 TO THE PUULIO, rtAVR AilAIN profession ae RESUMED MT OLD ARCHITECT, and SrPERINTFNDENTOF BI ILPINGS, connection wild Messrs. Hlilis ard Moan. o-'m. o. mover !.. re hevinss in.utate) fcli.oB street, where I wouid l. glad to see ' oil patrons, and all other, who may desire build or improve ia any manner. I will refer the roblie general! tc the fol lowing gentlemen : W. B. oHKEVLAW, ? M. W ALKFR. C. B. t lil lu II. HARLI- J'i.M-3. W. B. MM LI H. W. A I ICKF"'r.P WM. R. HI M. kuBKRI SON IX-PP. 27 K-. FLETCHER, Architect. STE A M BO ATS . Regular MemphU aud New 0r leans Wednesday racket. For Vicksburg, Natches and New Orloans, UEN. (JUITM AN.. WmTg, master, 'I'lIIS NEW AND EI.KdANT ,ir- 1 passenger steamer will leavcjt-ii." as above un WEDNESDAY. April id.ai j p.m tor freight or passngo apply on board or to LLVY - .Ml LI. Kit, Aguiiis, No. b'i Madison U JAS. T. BOI KS K CO.. Agents, 2T 'o. J .l.-tl-rs.Kl t. at. w. iKin. T. 1. RRIU REED & BRO., CLOTHIERS a n n Merchant '-Tailors, 13 1-2 Jefferson Street, Memphis i gn 318 Narth 4th Btreot. St. Louis MEDICAL. Soinctlilng New Under the Sun. A New Era in Medicine. T ET THE SUFFERING AND DISEASED J.J read the fallowing: Let all who. have been given an by Doctors, and spoken of as incurable, read the folio unit: Let all who can beliove facts, and can have faith in evidence, read tbe following : A'bow all Men by Ihrtt f'reteuf. That on this the twentieth day of June, in the year of our Lord one thousand euht hundred and sixty-six, personally came Joseph Uaydock to me, known as such, and being duly sworn, depose j as fol lows : That he is the sole general ax-ent for the United State and dependencies thereof, for pr naratious or medicines known as MAGGIEL' PILLS and SALVE, and tb.it th. ,'..ii-;... certificates are verbatuta copies to the best ol his knowledge and beliet. IL. S.J JAMEdSMKITRE, Notary Public, naa airoet, isew iorg. Da. Maooiel : I take mv nen to writ. -n my great relief, and that tbe awful pain in my side has lelt meat last-thank t i,m, n,..n.in. Oh, doctor, how thankful I am that I can gt some sloep. 1 can never write it enough. I thank you again and attain, ami m .nr. ..... are really the friend ot all sullorors. I could not help writing to too, and hope you will not' take it amis-. JAMES MYERS, juue i.iooo. llu Avenue D. This ia to oertifV that T w. H:.,.k....i r the army with Chronic Diarrhccu, and have been cured be Dr. Mat-Kiel's Hills. , . ...WILSON HARVEY. New York, April 7. lWij. 27 Pitt Street. The following is an fnternstinir e. nf . employed in an Iron Foundry, who. in pouring melted iron into a tlask thnt wiu ,ln,n .nH caused an explosion. Tbe melted iron waa thrown around and on him in a perfect Bliower, and he was burnt dreadfully. The following eertificate was given to me by him about eig.-i wee mi aiier me acciocm : r , t . ,w,YOKit, Jan. 11, My name is Jacob llanlv ; I mo n ;...n r..... der; I was badly bHrnt by hot iron in Novcuib-r lust; my burns healed but I had a running soro on my leg that would not heul: I tri.l it- ., fcnlve, and it cured mein a fow weoka. This i all true, and any body can now see me at Jack son's Iron Works, Second Avenue. J.HARDY. WHAT TnE PATIENTS SAY OF Dr. Hagglers Pills and Salve! Extracts, frem Various Letlors.J "I had no annetite: MmrL.ii.rM Pill. a hearty one." Your Pills are marvolous." I send for another hoy .ml ir..n ,i . . , ,, ' -'- i.uwn. m the house." "Dr. Mazeiel liu eiirt. mv ,k... was chroma." " I gave half of one of your pills to mv babe for cholera morbus. The dear little thing got well in a day." -r. x My nausoajjf a morning is now'eured." Your box of Mmreirl'. ......1 .. poises in the head. I rubbed somo of your ealve behind my ears and the noise loft." fa-iily" ' Want 0De for poor "I enclose a doll ar; vrilipsnn.lt IwaIh r. cents, but the medicine to me is worth a dollar." Send me fivo boxes of your pills." "Let me have three boxes of rone Q ,.!.. i.. Jeturn mail." The best Pills for headache I ever had." My liver works like an engine, thanl,. your Pills. ' lam pleased to ...tn n . - , tnat 1 would not be without a box of your Pills for wiring me of morning nausea lor the world.". "You will find enclosed one dollar. Your Pills are only 2o cents, but I consider them worth to me one dollar." Dkas Doctok: Mvtnnm.h.H. r... :. ?7??T.""'J?ing Uke the back of a cat. Your Pills took it away." I took half a pill and mnh.,1 1, ,A ....., and gave it in jelly to my little babe lor cholera' morbus. The dear little pet waa well in three hours after. " I suppose it Is hardly worth while tn t.ll you my burned foot has got woll from the use of yourSalve. Enclosed find 25 oeuU fur an other box to keep in the house " Send me another box of Salve." .," Enclosed find 75 cents for two boxes of your Maggiel's Pills and one of Salve." The niostgentle vet saiLrehir. n.i:..:. t ever swallowed." I Havs Over 200 Such Testimonials. MAGGIEL'S PILLS AND SAIVK.-.I. most universal in their affects, and euro ciin benlinost always guaranteed. FOK Bn. I. Kills DISEASE:? nothing en be mp. ,.r...i,....i . cure than these Pills. Their almost magio in fluence is felt at once : and the usual concomi tants of this most distressing disease are re moved. These remedies are mado from tbe purest VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS. They will not harm the most delicate female, andean be given with good ellect in r,rnril,.i .!,..... ,,. kh5?-uun5Mtb,ab?i iuU CUTANEOUS biS 5?P.W ,nd " eruptions of the skin the SALVE is most invaluable. It does not heal externally alone, but penetrates with the most searching efiecU to the very root cf the evil DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS IKVABIABLT CUBS Tlfg FOLLOWING. BISEASES! Asthma. Hesdache. Bowel Centn aints. Indigestion, Iufluania, Jiifiafnm.-ition, Inward Weakness, Liver Complaints, l.owness of Spirits, Ritigworrii, Rheumatism, Salt kbeuuj, Sccids. Couk'hs, Colds. Chest Diseases, Coativeness, Iyspep?ia, Dtarrha?a. Dropsy, Debility, Fever and Ague, Bin Discuses, Each Box Contains Twelve Pills. ONE FIXX, ia A DOHE. V- Notice. Xone a-emim. -lit,,..., h. graved trade ronrk irmmH ....h ..... ... 1 signed by DOCTOR J. M AGG1EL. New York wv.'.mmiLii niiicu u leiotl V. I30IJ hv all re4r.n.rnKI. T... 1. ,r.j icitiM thruuiihout the United States and Cana da., at 2a cents per box or pot. "Coi-KTVB.Krr. I Tl.. nA r n:n. - Salve with a Utile omnshlct in.,, In ,h I,,,. They are bogus. The genuine have name of J. tlaydoea- on box with name of J. Maggicl. M. . ine genuine nave the i'lll surrounded wiih tiite powp-r " 1.1 m THE SELMA TIMES, Published DAILY AND WEEKLY. Cor. Broid and Alabama Sts., SKLMA, A 1 A li A M A . 3 A vMOT EXCELLENT MFDIVM through wlieh tbe bu-me.- men of Vem- puis oan, by advertising, e-taWi-h Puines re- alions witn tne people of Mi, I Ho Ala ama. Terms Of Subscription for l.i .nnoni. 15 00. THE WEEKLY TIMES Is one of the LARGEST AND BEST papers iMished in the Stare. T etuis of su'lcrw-tion f .r Weelclv rer annum. raytnents to te nia-le invariably in advance. Address all outers to WILLIAMS. Cn A MELISS Jt CO.. Proprie'nrp Times. Se'ma. Ala. Ttt'V TIMK A 1 1: It. HE GREAT -MAGAZINE OF THR Southwet. uu-crii-t,ii. $1 r yv.r, advanc. S.rei-'e e..r.y f.ee. Larre e..a pre-muraj pa 1 te a1! who w,.ti to 01 .uo- rnl-erv Alresr. 1. Dl L LL E, I'.oh.fcer. LouitviHc, ky.