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CANDIDATES.
WE ARE AInirtni7ET TO ANHOTTNCB
linn. JOHN W. ir.mvicll Mioin.
dld.ite tor ra-elootlon to tlit Ooiisrea. tf lb
Vtiile.t Snt.
SPECIAL CARDS.
GAYOSO SAVIN CS INSTITUTION.
MKMPUIS. TKNMK8RKB.
Banking House 19 Madison St.
Thin Institution, organised In KM. ha been
In eontinuous and successful operation fur the
past ten years, continues to transact
QENEHAL. BXCHAHOD AND
BANKING BUSINESS. '
Will receive Deposits, Buy and Boll '
Foreign Domastlo Exchange,
Gold, 6ller d Uncnrrcnt Money.
BF.LLS Exchange In tami to tult purchasers.
on London and all the leading cities of the
United gtatu, and will malt collections ott ail
aocnssihh) places In tha South and Wait. ;
X. M. AVKttI, Cashier. , ..
101 JOUV C. i.ANIkK. Proslflont.
FOR RENT.
I
tn-a tlwrVT.rrtAHTT.Y TlIBXfRHlfn
ROOMS.. Apply at No. H) Monroe st. ltd
VOR RENT-TWO NEAT COTTAGES.
U On now cottage, on l)uiraestroottbetwen
Poplar street and Ohio Railroad, with three
rooms, besides kitchen, sorvants room and
storeroom; also, a eoituge nowly repaired, on
v Kcholf streot. near Vnnce, tour rooms, lam
ard, ate., will be rented low to rood tenant.
Applv to C. C WARD,
Of Ward & LoGuore, 215 Main street,
1(10 Opposite Worsliam House.
AIR RENT HOUSIS ON BKl.NKLr. J AV-
X cnue, ond one aero of ground, six or seven
room, in main nou.e. Appiyi" j. u.i"ii
No. i Howard Row, or F. 11. CLARK
J. B. DOD1IN,
CO.
VJ
IVOR RENT A
TWO-STORY BRICK
Dwelling, of i room, kitchen, ate., on
Adams, bctwoen Third and Fourth streets.
Applyat Room 21 Mosby block. Frnt t. W
1 R RKN T 1.0 W A LAKttE DWELLING
X Home. Inquire of-
07. A-COHKV, Mnlnstcct.
WANTS.
WANTED-A SITUATION (A WHOLK
wl. Grnoery pretorrod) by a young man
who Is conversant with the busings, and whoie
connections in Tennessee and M ississippi ro
numerous. Best oity references given. Salary
a secondary olyeet. Address A. B., care
Winpi, Hadden & Co., No. 202 Front street,
Memphis. 12
ANTED TO EXOHANGK A FINE
FARM, sixteen roilos south of Memphis,
near Miss. A Tenn. R. R., for a general stock
of Dry Goods. Anply Immediately at
TAYLOR, GAY k RUTLAND'S.
V9 300' rout itreet.
W" ANTED. KELLOGG'S U. S. M ERCAN
TILK REGISTER wants smart. Intelli
gent sg.nta. The Chrutiuu StuwUrd (Clwe
landlsuyss "It is a complete book of r.fer
enc. for business men on the thousand and one
mutters which they need to inquire about ev
ery day. Within a thousand poxes there is
n.Lmnr.nH mum of the riuht kind of knowl
edge, with less needless uuUerinl, than we have
evor known before." Ho ooni petition, bolls
well. Only $3. Sent, postoaid. bpeoimen pages
free. Y. D. KELLOGG, 111) Nassau street.
New York. -101
WANTED. -LIVE MEN Ari AGENTS
and partners, with from $10 to $200. Lie
ncents make from 20 to $25 per day. Apply
at No. lt)S Jefferson St.. ea.t of the bridge. 1(17
-iir A VTKIl Rf)ARDENS.AT17 LINDEN
W etreet. Ba three nine rooms, well
furnished, for fomiliea. Location healthy and
dry. Applyon the premises. 7B-l!t
"y ANTED
Old Cant Iron.
Old Wrought Iron,
Old Copper, Bra and Lead.
At WESTERN FOUNDRY,
7(1-101 Pholby itreet, opp. I7nvoo H"ns.
FOR SALE.
r-inrt Kii.I!JKn.l TTOUSHANDTllKlGY
1 i.i.. W 11 U4i... nr. atnira 101
11H K1T.R FTRNITIIKE. I HAVE
X handsome lot of Furniture for sulo at low
figures. Apply soon at my resworn), on ron
lur s'roct (extended), or to Moody Wimbjsh
J,-o.4BraUeyli.ocK. JnTtyr;Mm,,
FOR LEASE.
-r-wrn t.n isv. fiR Tt Plff Tj-TTTE PROPERTY
Jl known as the CEDAR OARDEN, situated
on Hie corner of fouth and Wellington streois.
Apply to J. W. JONES, on the promises, or to
.1. II. rASH. ?'-M Kront street. ' vi
DOARDINC.
B0ARDTN (3. FAMILIES OR 6IN0LE
gentlemen can obtain board nd good
roams, also dsT boarders can be accommodated
at 31H Socond street, between tjajoso and Heal
trnell. .
T OA RDING TWO GENTLbMhW "iltl
I t ih.ir wii-na. and several day boarders, ran
be aceomraodaud at ti tit, Martin eL, at rules
in mutt the times. - i1"
-w-wAV Till A R 11 A FK V JKNTLfM 1'W
I ' can be aocommodntod withl)ay Foard.
iih nrice to suit the dull times, by early np
plication at No. 110 East Court street, two
snnares from the park. '
ESTRAY.
rvnr RKWARD.-BTfTXYED OFF
75 r KJ on the 20th. of April, a red uuv
oapeeted to eaiv. in way, wun ui.iu rra '"
a white spot aiToss the butt of bar tail, branded
on the left hip liir not yet grown out. The
nbne reward will be paid for her return to
VAT. SHANLKY, Winchester avenue, near
Memnh' and Ohio R. R. work-'linn. ' VM .
NOTICES.
TftTiciiI AVTT.T. WOT SETTLE ANY
i bills, n'nleaa contracted by me or by my
written order. S. DREYFUS,
10r No. fti B'al street.
TurritTil R lfIHf OK LKWlritMA
i RYB, 21 Union street, is this day dis-
solTOil. by niutaal consent. J. J. Lewis win
continue tho business at the above stand.
J. J IiKW IS.
E. V.MAYRHi.
MemnhjaJone 17, !Sri7. i
iin iTr. K NO HILl WILL BE PAID li
Whitmor. Bros, unless eontracUd by m
I, rso. or b, y ""tIiTTMOnE
,"T Ol ICK .M Y WIFE, M an. MARY M'fc'CKi
X having lett tny fed ann wisra, irom vm
.. .....ni I'.vint Arbfln.ii. withont anT nroro
cation, tliii is tn notily tha public that I will
not b. responsible ior any hvimi. r. m -..u-"raet.
LAWRENCE ISPKCk.
Memphis June 11, 1S57. M-1U
XT OT WE NO HILLS W 1 LL BE PAI D BY
il W. N. Kakin Co., mdefs contracted ky
lue in person, or by my wri"rJ vIck'ak IN
V.hrnnrr4. 1;7. i-V
GREAT AUCTION SALE
ItKII fc I3ItO.'S,
15 1-2 JcflertMm S(re?t.
ri'HK l.ARGKST STOCKZOF.GOODS IHAI
X b.s Tr been offcre4 at
PUULIO AUCTION
InthisIcily.Vrnhracing
Fine and Medium Clothing,
PI IXC GOODS,
AXD A LAF.GE ASSORTMENT OF
lurnisliinpr CSootls.
S A l.K TO COM M ENC K A I J O'CLOCK P.M.
WiTI f at iiTe ) dirle tk. iay.
Mi-r fT-"i i I '
HI ID UK"-. l-' J' i.er-m t.
M. C. CA Yt. a A CO.. Auctioneers. Wi
KORTE & , McDONOUGH,
1.UM11I'21H.
4
OAS AND STEAM FITTERS,
344 Second Stroot, ' .
'., : '.' .
OPFOSITJE GREENLAW OPERA HOUSE,
nMIR ATTFNTTOK Of THE PTIBLTO IS
1 respectfully culled to our uew and complete
stock ol , . , , : , -,.
GAS AND COAL OIL FIXTURES,
of all descriptions. Pumps, Water Closets. Bath
Tabs, Marbl
le Wash Mants, unevt bean a
i. Wrnuvht I rim. ,u and tite
)eau I'iix
rijea and r itttngs always on nnnu.
and
We am at all times prepared to tntrouuee
into Buildings
..,. : 1 I '
Gum niitl "Vnter l?iieH,
on the most reasonable terms.
' KORTE McDONOUGH,
844 Second Street,
67-1 " 1 Opp. Oraanlaw Opera House.
A. A. rOOI.IT. . at. BARNUH. T. D. BARNCM.
POOLEY, BARM1I & CO.,
DEALERS IS
Watches, Diamonds, Fine
Jewelry, Solid Sliver and
Silver-plated Ware,
Clocks,1 : Fancy ;
Goods, Etc..
Our Stock is replete, with tho
i (.... '
FINEST, LATEST
AND HOST
EIEaiNT STYLES
of tha aboTo Goods, and at tha ,
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES
FOR CASH.
No. OG Mala Stroot I
Corner of Court.
't12
PUBLIC . LEDGER.
Office. -No. 13 Alavdiaon Htroet.
LAKGEST CITY CIRCULATION
THE CITY.,
Saturday Evening,' Jun 22, 1867
. Abbtrt Festital There was a very
good attendance at the Stillman Hall
laat evening to aedund the efforts of the la
dies of Asbnry chapel, who are endeavor
ing to raise funds enough to repair their
churoh building. To-night their festival
will close, when a pleasant time may be
expected, as a full delegation of 8onth
Memphis beauties will be present, with
many from other portions of town. Al
derman Lynn is still the leading contest
ant for tbe cane to be voted to tho moat
popular City officer, and a spintud con
test may be anticipated apionn the friends
of the1 various 'gentlemen this evening.
The prizes for the Masots, Sons of Tem
perance, etc , will be disposed of to night.,
We hope to see ft large crowd present at
tbe closing of tbe fair. Tho cause ue
serves it. '
Rir. J. W. RookSs, having recovered
from recent illness, will preach on "Fur
ga'ory," from the Gospel of tho day, at
St. Lazarus Church 00 Madison street,
between. Third and Fourth streets, at 101
o'clock,,- to-morrow morning. As this
will be bis last service before departing
for the Pon-Anglicap Council, called by
the Archbishop of Canterbury, holy
communion will bB' administered; Rev
Dr. Wheat will supply his place until ho
returns. .- . , j,
CalI) immediately at Lindauer & Pol
look's, 2!)9 JIain streetv and, secure tbe
greatest bargains in all kinds ol goods,
Notick to Tax-patsbs. On the, 1st
July next, I will issue distress warrants
against all persons who fail to pay their
taxes for the 40th corporate year. 7
Parties!)) arrears for taxes will save
themselves this annoyance and expense
by calling at the) office and paying their
taxes, as tho law will . bo strictly en
forced Bgainft delinquents. " ,
JollK JJ. Bowsk, .
104 City Tax Collector.
1 ; ' ' t -
Stovb ' Explosiok. Tbo . Appeal of
yesterday published an article in regard
to a so-called explosion of a petroleum
stove at Stillman II all The ladies have
written to-us stating that the explosion
was caused by an ignorant negro letting
a lot of petroleum run on the floor, and
that the same result would have occurred
from an equal .qoantity . ofwbisky or
alcohol ' ' - ' '-v v! -' v'
A rtw more lawns at Gftcen cents per
yard left at Lindauer k Pollock's, 2P9
Main street. 100
Sotsviu.a Female IxstiTCte. The
commencement exercises at tbe Somer-
ille Female Institute took place oa
Wednesday evening, the followihg young
ladies graduating: Min A. Q. lord,
Somerville; lliss Alice Treiavant,
aTemphis,' Miss Jennie Powdy, Somer
yille; Miss Matti Pickens, Mississippi;!
inss.Aonie Rodders," Holly Springs;;
Miss Carrie Wa:kins, MisnisjIppL
HrxtciPAL Corar. Iu this court yes
terday the grand jury returned forty in-
dictmer.ts for misdemeanor. Stat vs.
Kate Stoner, keeping house of ill fame,
fouJj guilty and lined $50. The do
fendant'i coanael aigniCad their inten
tion to move for a new trial. Both jarirs
were discharge until MiaJay.
LA SALETTE ACADEMY.
Cominanoement Exerolses
: : 1 tranlag. ' '
Laat
The Greenlaw Opera Ilouse was crowd
ed from turqirilte to gallery last etento
with tbe friends of the La Salette Acad
esny, on Third strait, which is conduete
by the Sisters of St. Agnes Academy,
This was the second annual eommenco
raont, and was hold in the Opera Ilouse
that all tbe friends of the iustitutlon who
desired might be present, but many were
unable to gaia admission in consequence
of the crowded condition of the building.
The Opera Hone never before bad as
many ladies within: its walls as were
there last evening. The exercises were
inaugurated by the performance of tb
grand march from Fautl, during which
the pupils marched around on the stage.
At tha conclusion of Ibo march the Wel
come Address was delivered by Miss
Blanche Speed in a charmingly spirited
manner, after which an overture was
performed In grand stylo with six young
ladies at tho piauos and violin accom
paniment "Ave Maria" was rendered
with fine effect by Misses Lynch, Ora
Pugh, Mattie Groves and Mary Dollin
and was followed- by a performance 0"
tbe harp by Miss Juliu Semincs. A song
and chorus was given by fiftcsn of th
younger misses in splendid style, that
spoke well for their musical teacher and
their attention to . that branch of
their studies. " Musical ' Jobn " was
sune very sweetly by Miss Jennie
Barry, three little misses joining in th
chorus. Miss Mftttie Groves sppesred in
appropriate costume and gave tho " La
ment of Mary, Queen of Scots, which
drew forth considerable applause and
several bouquets. A sfintf entitled '.' We
must get tbe style" was sung by little
Mollio Coatcllo, twenty-five of her assoct
ates participating in the chorus. This
produced 'considerable laughter and
the most ' hearty : applause of tbe
evening. The "Sword of Robert Lee,'
by Miss Sallie Lynch, was sung excel
lently well, and received its meed of
praise. A parlor drama entitled A Morn
in in China was next introduced, in
which Miss Mattie Groves personated the
Empress Stellaf Miss Julia Semmes, the
French .Ambassadress; Miss . Sallie
Lynch, tbe Italian .Ambassadress
Miss Mary .Dollis personated Liberty
Miss, Addie New'sora, tbe Scotch A tubas
sadress; Miss Lucinda Hausell, a lady
of the palace; Little Katie .Gilbert, tbe
Spanish Ambassadress, and Miss Blanche
Speed, the confidante of tbe Empress
Tong-ka..; The young ladies acted their
parts very well and dressed charmingly,
Katie Gilbert executing a Spanish dance
and Miss Sallie Lynch singing a song in
tha drama. Miss Blanche Speed was
particularly graceful in, bef movements.
The drama ' was followed by "Down
among tho lilies," a song and chorus,
which' was well rendered by the little
folks. " Haste, Crimson Morning," from
Luci di Lammermtor, was sung .by
Misses Mattie Groves and Sallie Lynch
exceedingly well, followed . -. by , 1
French recitation, " La Jene Captive,'
which was fluently delivered by , Misi
Julia Semmes. "Life has nb Power,'
a trio, " La Manola," a duct, and ",La
Carita, a quartette, . were given , with
good effect, when Rev. ' Father Powers
stepped forward and, after makibg a few
remarks, presented a gold medal for
superior conduct to Miss Mattie Groves.
The silver medal for good conduct was
drawn for by Misses Mary Dollis, Bettio
Neville, Addie Newsom, Mollio Pass
more, Lucinda Hansell and Dora TJlman;
it was drawn by Miss Addie Newsom,
t Tho silver medal for good conduct in the
second division of the senior department
was drawn for by Misses Bertha Marks,
Leah Halle, Amelia Hein, Matilda Kauf
man, Carrie DolliS and Mary Flaherty; it
was drawn by Matilda Kaufman. . Tbe
silver medal for good conduct in tbe
junior department was awarded to Miss
Katie nuette. , Several of the young la
dies having attended SL Peter's Church
during the May devotions and sung in
the choir, a gold -medal was presented
by Father Rotchford for their strict at
tention, and was drawn for by nineteen
of tbe pupils, Miss Jennie Barry being
tbo successful one. This closed tbe ex
eroises, which reflected considerable
credit on tbe young ladies and the Sis
ters who are superintending their educa
tion. The large audience appeared to
be well pleased, and manifested their
feelings by judicious applause during the
evening. , '
Mozambique: s, law as, poplins, bereges,
grenadines, at twenty five ceuts per yard
the greatest bargains of the day t
Lindauer A Pollock's, 29D Main street
Ocr Job Omci-The PoBLto Ledges
job printing department haa been lately
supplied with tbe latest and most ap
proved patterns of type, borders and
presses, and is better prepared than ever
to accommodate) tbe raetcantile public
Our prices will continue to be the inos
reasonable in the city, while our w jri is
guaranteed to give satisfaction. We have
the n!j complete printing office in the
city, and will continue to give our cus
tomers inducements no others in this
market can afford. Call and see. f t
Masshlld's Mississippi Diarrhea
Cordial, a rapid and never-failing specifia
fur cholera, cholera morbus, diarrhea,
dysentry, colic, flux, and looseness of
the bowels. Purely vegetable in its
composition, and prepared at our labora
tory from barks, roots, berriss, gums and
erbs. Mansfield Uigbee, sole pro
prietors, Memphis, Tennessee.
Entered auwdinc to act of Control, In tb.
tmt la. by Maas6ald Hie-twa, ia tha Dis
trict Coart of the Uait4 Stale, for tha Western
District of Tenne.w-e.1
Fob Salb at tbe Citizens' Unioa Bank,
22 Madiioa street, 112,000 Bank of Ten
nessee (oM issue); f 10,000 stock local
banks; $20,000 stock Memphis t Ohio
railroad ; $o000 bonds Memphis A Little
Rrwk railroad; $13,000 City Scrip;
JCOOO County Scrip; $5000 Police Scrip.
Intibihtino Entertainment. There
will be an interesting" literary and must
cul snterlainuient at tha Tabernacle, on
Tuesday evening, ia aid of tba " Fanny
Thurston Fund." Among the selec
tions will be the following recitations
" The Closing Year," by E. 11 Freeman
" The Diver," Lon Lea-brie? " Shamn
O'Brien," Henry Seessel; "Bernardo
del Carpio," Eugene Lehman ; " Borko'a
kAddxeas," J. Soeiscl; "Sparticns to .th
I n.. .ni..tii " '.. ti U7...1. :..t.
l.um.u umuiniui,, - nMuiuwii
" Charge of the Light Brigade," W. J
Murphy ; " My Sunday Breeches," J. H
8ullivan; "Prayer for the South," Miss
Bradshaw ; " Rienza," Miss Bettie Craw,
ford. The recitations will La interspersed
with vocal and instrumental music.
Bhloss ft Bro., 247 Wain (treat, are poll
lively selling off regardless ef cost, to
olos. business. Tbey sell fast-colored Prints
at 10 to 14 eents par yard, warranted ! yard
wids BadUsking, S3 teats ; Mosquito Bars
90 eents ; good quality Domestics, 9 eents
per yard; Linen Handkerohlefs as low as
12 cents ; Ladies' Hose, 10 cents per pair
Corsets only 65 eents. . we advise you to
give them a call and txamlnt for your
selves, w
Cholera in Memphis. Tbe Red Diar
rhea Remedy immediately checks diar
rhea, vomiting and cramps. For infants
it has no equal. It cools the stomach
quiets the nerves, and tastes so well,
that all love it. It is decidedly tbe re
medy for tha times, and is far., far
tuperior to any prtparation put np by
druggists who know nothing about the
treatment of diseaset. Ours is prepared
by physicians, who "know whereof they
speak," and every family should procure
a battle. Sold by all druggists.
J. P. Dromooole k Co.,,
101 ' ' " ' 391 Main street.
Real bargains can bo obtained at
Mack Bros, k Bohm's.
Ice Cbeam and CoXrKcfioXEfuKs.'-Wo
would advise those dosirous of partaking
of a splauded plate of ico cream to call
at Brrton's saloon, corner of Poplar and
Fourth Btreets. Mr. Berton enjoys the
reputation of being tho best confectioner
in the city, and his delicacies have a
fresh and pleasant flavor that can be
found at but few places. Families sup
plied with cream and calces in any part
of .the city.
, , . 1 ' . " " ' 1 1 'Hi . ,i . '
TutRE will be a meeting-of some of
the citigens of. Memphis bold this -even
ing at the Common Law Court room, at
at 6 o'clock, for the purpose of making
arrangements to celebrate the coming
Fourth of July, at the National Ceme
tery. Those who would like to attend
are respectfully invited.'-. C. k- ' f 5
Mast Citizens.
Go to Francisco & Wiggin's and get
one of those " Chinese Hats " and avoid
sun stroke. 90
Musical Soiree by the 'pupils of the
school of the Holy Cross, Mrs. Ketcbum
and Miss Bradford, principals, at the
Greenlaw Opera Uouse,Monday evening,
June 24, to purchase laboratory furniture
for the school. Tickets, fifty cents. Mrs,
Ketchum's recitation, " Godiva," will be
given, and Miss Bradford will sing "The
Conquered Banner." 97
The Cumberland Festival. Tho
raspberry; festival, in tbo; Cumberland
Presbyterian Church, on Court street,
closed last evening, when tbe Sabbath
school children, with their relatives, par
ticipated in the festivities. The festival
has been a success under the manage
ment pfj. Mrs. Williamson and other ex
cellent ladies.
The best linen cuffs and sleeves at 25
cents per pair, at Lindauer & Pollock's,
299 Main street. 100
Can't be Done. It is no use in talk
ing, Henry G. Hampc's bath rooms can
not and;-never. will - be beat, ,becfttipc
Henry knows how to keep them clean
and in good order. No. 11 Poplar street
is the place to take a swim, no danger
of drowning. Go and spend fifty lents
with Henry, it may save you a big doctor
bill.; !,:; j : .'77-102
Ventilating hats of all styles at Fran
cisco St Wiggin's. , fti
Trotter Captured. We learn that
Mr. TrOttor,- a prominent merchant of
this city, who left for parts unknown
quite suddenly a couple of months since,
has been arrested in Sao Francisco and
will be brought to Memphis for the pur
pose of having an interview with several
planters who aro anxious to see him.
Our Acenowledoment. The Public
Ledger begs to tender to its lady friends
of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church
ts thanks for their many attentions,
and particularly for a donation of deli
cious cake, a relic of their late festival,
and reminder of many moments of real
pleasure. ,
Corsets at fifty cents only, at Lin
dauer & Pollock's, 299 Main at. 100
Gentlemen who want cloth, cassi-
meres, readymade clothing, shirts, draw
ers, socks, neck ties, and, in fact, a com
plete atock of furnishing goods will do
well to attend the closing out sale of
amaged goods, at M. Kraus k Co.'s,
No, 213 Main- street, next to Ward A
LeGuere's droe store. T
"Uespebiab Balm" beautifies tbe
complexion, by imparting the natural
glow of health to the skin. It removes
11 pimples, tan, frecklos, etc., and
makes' tbe akin charmingly fair and
smooth. Price 50c Wm. Doench k
Co., proprietors, 8a. Lonis.
Seal Yalenaia Thread. Clnaey, and Dias
pora Lacs and Edging ; also. Black Thread
Edging selling regaril.ee of tost or value,
at Bhloss & Bro.'s. 147 Mala street. W
Penmanship. Three daily classes in
penmanship at, Leddiu'a Commercial
College, 23d Main street, affording an
xcellent opportunity to young ladies
and gentlemen to excel ia this most use
ful and beautiful art Ladies' classes, 9
to 10 am., ot S to 5 p.m. ' 0
Fine embroidorei bands a'-JV"0 renL,
at Lindauer A Pollock's, 299 Uain street.
Official Drawings of tha Missouri But.
Letter. . - -
Clatt ZnDrausn June 21, 18C7.
33, 13, 84, TI. T4, 5, 32, t, 8, 37, 8fi, 35,
Claat 894 Drawn June 21, 1HC7.
11, 69, GC, G2, 39, 25, 2C, (1,52, 18, 40, 32, 3
This lottery is drawn twice each day,
Over $100,000 in prizes is paid each day.
It Is the only lottery in which the prieoa
ire all caah. It haa been drawn for over
forty years. Tickets cost from twenty
five ceuts to twenty-five dollars. It ia
the only lottery in which you oan get a
ticket with any number on it yon wish.
Call or send for a circular.
Geo. W. Van Voast,
' Southern Agont,
20 Jefferson st, and 22 Gayoso st.
I iGoods still lower at Mack Bros, k
Bohm's, opposite Court Square.
Police Court. Ten names graced the
Police Court docket this morning, $08 50
assessed for fines aad $29 collected. In
tbe second district last evening there
were nine offenders, and $82 colluded
from members of the frail sisterhood.
If we say closing out our stock in
thirty days, we mean what we say, We
are bound to close out the damaged
stock of all goods at any price.
M. Kb Acs k Co.,
No. 213 Main street, next to .Ward k
LeGuere's drug store. t
Personal. Manager W. C. Thompson,
of the New Memphis Theater, departed
for the East this morning to make ar
rangements with "stars" and a stock
company for next season.
Ladies,' if you wish bargains, go to
Shloss k Bro.'s before you purchase else
where, for they are really selling cheaper
than any bouse in tbe city, at 247 Main
street. v DQ
Fuencii Panama bats at Francisco k
Wiggin'a. 90
Oua damaged stock of dry goods,
clothing, boots and shoes,' must be sold
in thirty days, regardless of cost or
value. M. Kracs&Co,
No. 213 Main street, next to Ward k
LeGuere's drug store. t
Selioman'9 livery stable, C3 Union
street, is the place to obtain an elegant
turnout of any description.. Call on Jpe
Seligman when yon wish to rids or drive
fine stock.
An endless variety of straw bats re
ceived at Francisco k Wiggin's. ' 9C
No Da mao to Goods, but bealing by
laying hands on a good glass of lager
beer, at five cents only, and a free lunch
in the bargain, at Siebert's cool place,
corner of Adams and Front Streets,
down stairs. . , ' . i 96
Irish Linens regardless of cost.
SHLOSS ft BEO., '
ft) 247 Maia street.
Don't fail to look at those cheap do
mestics at M. Kraus & Co.'s, No.- 213
Main street, next to Ward A LeGuere's
drug store. The goods must be sold in
thirty days. ' 1 t
Just Received. Another lot of thirty-
spring hoop-skirts, at ono dollar, at Lid
dauer A Pollock's. 299 Main street. 160
Criminal Cqurt. The case , of Geo.
R. Wade wns given to the jury about half
past nine o'clock last night, but they had
not agreed upon a verdict up to noon
to day. . . .
Tub finest confectioneries in tbe city
at Berton's, corner Poplar and Fourth
streets. . - - 99
Gold Wanted. Fifteen thousand
dollars in gold wanted at the Emmet
Savings' Institution, No. 7 Madison
street ,.-
Matrimonial- Twenty-six licenses
for matrimonial purposes were issued by
the County Court Clerk during the week.
4 4 bleached domestics at fifteen cents
per yard worth fully twenty-five cents
at Lindauer A Pollock's, 299 Main
street. 109
Just received by tbe Btcamer Flying
Scud, fifty dozen Chinese bats. Seve
ral new shapes, at Francisco A Wiggin's.
Look to your interest and examine for
vourselvM. Hoop-skirU telling at only
75 Cents to $1 at Galois ft Bro.'s. 247 Main
Street. . . ! ' -
Suippers of oils, etc., should use the
railroad can, manufactured by Thomas
Jukes, 283 Second street. llfi
, - . .
Pasama' and Leghorn hats at Fran
cisco A Wiggin'a- 96.
Mack Bros. A Bohm's closing oat sale
still continue.
Icb Cream, the best in the city at
Berton's saloon, corner Poplar and
Fourth. 99
Deedk, Leases, Bills of Lading. Dray
Tickets, and all kinds of Blanks for sale
at this office. t
Improved Scrapers, only $7 00. Mad
ison street Tritat Hamilton.
Land and Cut Lot Tlats priutcd at
the Ledger office, any size, at short no
tice. Satisfaction cuarnnteed. t
Cotton Planters, the best for $25 00,
Madison street Treat A Hamilton.
Old feathers made new, 49 Market 6t
The Port of Memphis. :
The river continues to decline at this
point Ike weather this morning was
clear and warm, while business was as
dull as urual
Tbe following are tha arrivals aad
departures :
ArrlTtOa.
Great Republic, St Louis.
Rubicon, !t Lfiois.
Marl, la City, St. Lnnic.
Knterprise, St Louis.
Westmoreland, Cincinnati. ,
rtoaa llamblewm. Wait river.
Victor No. 2, Haile's Point
DeDarturaa.
Robieon, YirkaSnnr.
Fnterpn, L'tt-'a Rock.
Weatsaoraland, New Orleans.
Golden Kag'e, Cincinnati.
Beau ia Port. -
Marble City, Rose Hsmbleton, Celra'.e,
Dan Able, Traber, Republic, Victor No.
2. ' - ' J
Home Leaving To-Day,
Cairo and f7. I.vuia. The beautiful
steamer Marble City, Capt Jim Tsohudi,
will depart for Cairo and St Louis at
five 0 clock this evening. Her office -is
presided ovar by Ci M. Parsons.
Yickthnrg. The magnificent steamer
Dan Able, Capt Lee, departs for Vieks
burg and way landings this evoning. W.
J.V'ield presides at her dosk in a cour
teous style that plosses passengers.
Miaoe.llaa.oua.
At St Louis.and Cairo tho river is de
clining. The Ohio is fulling, with scant
six feet in tha canal White river is
falling, with a good stago to Jacks otiport
Tho Arkansas if receding, with eight
feet in tie channel to Little Uock.
. Stcambontmen eao aavo money by get
ting their printing executed at tho Pub
lic Leuuer office, eur arrangements en
abling us to do work nt rates that will
compare with any establishment in tha
West We invite steamboatmon to ex
amine our styles of work and prices, t
Special Notices.
Special Xotlccs will be Itserted in thin col
umn for tan cents ror lino fur each insertion.
The Healing Fool, and Eousa of Mercy.
Howard Association Reports, fur YOL'SU
MEN, on tho CRIME OK SOLITUDE, and
thoEKROKS. ABUSEo and DISKASKS which
dettroT-ths manly powers, and er.nt. impedi
ments to MARRIAGE, with sure means of re
liof. Sent in scaled lottur envelope, free ol
charge. AdJress, Dr. J. SKILLIN HOUail-
TON, Howard Association, fAiladelphta, Pa,
. 67-H4
The Oreat Head Supplied ! l'illa have been
swallowed in millions, halves have keen rubbed
in br tha pound. Dr. MA;,tr.ia two grand
speolfios aro putting an.nd tn thls wholesnle
system of medication. One of his famsus rifts
liaduie. A box of hiihealins salve is of more
value, as a romedy fur ulcerous ond eruptive
diseases, than a ship's octo of tbe ointments
advertised to cure everything, but aro all. in
fact either useless or deleterious.
Dr. MAOGKn-'amotte is concMtiawn. lie
has placed in the ininlloiit compass tba active
principle of tbe most potent vocctablespooiSea.
Thero is no mineral in hla Fills they do nut
tripo they do not enfeeble. Thoy er.ate a
rigorous appetite.and correspondinslyitr en (th
an the digestion. They tuue tho livor, clear
tha head aad stoady tba nervei".
So form of scr.fujous disease oan result the
disenfacteut operation of tbo Salvo.. Tumor
Abscesses, Salt Khenm, Boils, Pimples, Pus
tules, eio., aro thoroughly eradicated by tills
unrivaled medicine. In facUMAooiKL's Bil
ious, DvafarTic and Diabsuka PibU cure
wbere all otbr Ca.il. While for Burns, Snatds,
Chilblains, Cats, and all ahnudons of tho skin.
MSggiel's Salve Is infallible. Bold by J. Mag-
fiel, 13 Fulton street New York, and?a!I Drug
gists, at 26 eents per box.
"CouCTKaniTsl Buy aolMaggiel Pills or
Salvo with a little pamphlet inside tbe btx.
They are bogus. The genuine hate nnms of J.
Haydock on box with name af J. Macgiel, M.
D. The genuine bare tbe Pill surrounded with
hits powder.' 4-141)
' Hotioe. TVe earnestly request .our friends
aot to pay moro than five eents a copy fur the
Public LtnotB. We sell to the nowsboyn at
two cents a copy, thus Jallowiug tthera. ovor,' a
hundred per cent profit on every paper.
. . 1 jlji l . ; T ) ,
Monetary and Commercial
. , . - -- -.. . 1
Cotton Market.
Tbe market this morning wns very
dull, owing to a decline reported in New
York. Middling did not bring over 23
to 24 cents.. Receipts for the week were
444 bales; -exported, 224 bales. Stock
on band, 750 bales. .
Money Market. . . . . '; .
Gold market firmer; brokers pay 13(1.
City scrip dull, C3 to 67. Exchange
steady; buying at J off and selling at
premium. Southern money plenty, but
a drug in the market ; Bank of' Tennes
see, 35c. ; Planters' Bank, 98c. Nothing
doing in railroad or other kind of stocks.
General Market.
ALE. rerhalf barrel. ............10 50 11 00
kSAGUI.Nli, per yard
India ,
Power-loom. -v-
BAQS. gunny;
New
Beoe-nd-hand ......
BROOMS, per down,.
BKAKS, per bushel.
Navy..
BUTTER, per pound.
- 0 21 ft 0 25
1 0 27.
.- - ss
. IS
2 W)
2 W
..- 0
-.- . 0 25
01 31
20
m i 75
lli.iu... .
TuKs and i'ails....
CANDLKS, per pound.
Star
CAPS, r . '
ilP.r VrnO...-..,.-..
w HB.'x!(m i-
Kiev's B it. T !....,
0 S5
W 0 40
. 0 10 & 0 24
1 i
. 0 to n 0 55
,.i ( it ,r
tot 1 m
vi,v' v n. inon i, 1 m
CKMENT. I er barrel...... 3 2ifi 4 M
COAL, per barrel,
Pittsburg 1 15
CHEKSK, per round
Western Reserve...-.- 9 17 0 W
Factory - 0 19 d 0 20
Knrli'h Dairy .- - 0 2 fat)
CHICKENS, pert!iien .... 7 00 s fl
Turkeys, per iloion-...--.J)0 (XI W) Oil
COirrEK. DOTDonniL '
K,o 0 23
Java -... . . I 32
en
a 0 36
e ai
(6 6 ifl
0 10
(. 0 1 1
m 0 is
tv V 20
no
fiil 00
fir no
(Si 1 JO
(J U t-5
50-
(ii cu
OM no--,!
S41 -1T
("1
sly no
LasHAvra....- . 0 SO
CORN" MEAL..--. "o0
CHACKKK8.
Butter-..-
rtoda.. - 10
Suif&r. -. 1-t
EOGS. per doaen.-.. . .- li
Hay, per ton,-.
no
-.22 00
.40 nn
1 1
0 W
Bay, inferi.r, ...
Hran ..........
Com, per bushel, ....
CU
FLOVR, per barrel.
Low Suierue. .
8a perfine. .
... r en
-.10 w
.-13 un
-.I ". 00
-is
-17 00
Binsle Extra...
Doulile .xtra..-
Choir. Iioubl. Eltra...
Paaey Brands.-..
FRUIT, per barrel.
Apples, gram,.-. 6 0 fiih) "0
Dne.1 apple. . f o 0
Dried peachee. balvaa- 0 12 0 11
nsn. '
Mackerel Ko.1 per bbt 23 DO rtC4 id
" .o. 2 " ..21 in) (c;l no
" Ne.lhf.feM. 1201 test
No. 2 " ..II i") e:i Ul
" No. 3 " . ...i..l'J W n-13 .")
" "o. 1. r kit 3 30 Q f 5fl
" :-"o. 2, '" " J W M 3 14
" No. 3, " " 5 7i 3 !M
Dry Cod, perponnj... O it fund
WKit KisJi.nerhr. bH.-..-. f (
White Phad.pwhf. bl.'.s-0 - M
Ko Herring, per hf.bbl... O oil e, In til
Cm HeTTinif.i.er 6M 0 W old "
OUKPOWOhK. . , .
Uaarter kegs ' -' " -1 '
Halfkacs S -O
I w ....; ) ;0 50
UARDWARK. . . .
ila,prke, KVI to i 13
- - Sn T ' T M
- C J 7 75 (j S M
Catsilke.- .f'!!'.1"
Wrotistit ho spikes -.11 "1J
Oinr. hoiiowware. lb 0 7 0 l"
Itwiva "1 J
rtnn&,4 iron.. 'Ti II
Kail rod ' li
0 steel. I.rr'iu 2'
B;itw.:eH. Eatlish H
Oxrtrjn f.oel 0 1?
HIDK. per.
tireen. salt-
I'ry. fi r.t...
I'rr. salmi
ITOMINY. 1-rh.rre!
LAHI. rr r-MUKi.
la Usr-si
Ia keai
LEAD.
1 r. rf
LEA7iiiiLp.
i Mtau tk
I in-. i s
FrasK m.i. ua.
A K,erK-M .
ll.n ts,a w.
tauliM.
ji
(4 0 2;
. PS w a-'i
0 11 1"!
a !' ki a is
. is t
1 . it (a a .-i
A II AO
0 U 0 15
11 a a if
, aol. 4 3
.vi i .2 1 si
ft" HI ul.
,j 4k!
t e ti
LI.MK.
, All,ern....
. f-HSa..M.. ..
' (ln
...,... .,..4 1 Jft
M,.-...,..i.. 1 fcl
ft t M
a X 75
1 U
0 H5
e 1 twi
1 Ml
A 0 M
1 JtO
t I tts
as 1 :.
U 0 7'i
e I in
0 u 11)
. 1 21
MOLASSK.S, per gallon, .
llarruls and ball hula.,
0 F0
e en
1 00
0 4ft
INew Itrlcuns, new
hrrops .,
OILH parsalmn
Coal ..
I.inl
1
,-. 1 oil
- 1 ill
Linseed
Train -.
Ben tine...
Turnentin
SO HMH e '
, 0 M
Jl 00
1 0 OS
T'nris riitLo,rB)M..,
PROVISIONH.
Pork, ek. perlM... ,
Prime, V hoi
Clear Side., per lb...
Ilieiiknwt, per In. .,
Shoulder. - " .
-23 CO
-'il Is)
0 U
. V 16
m 0 10
024 (A
asi i V0
0 14 ,
0 Irt
ton
14 0 12
Clenr rib sides-.-.,
. u II
llams, suuar-otiped,
0 1
1,V 0 M
l'rel lloirs, f U-
Beef, mess, 1 lbl..,
10 M (,tZ Nl
Ueef, dried. W ...,
Oil) at 0 21
I'nttnn rope-k .
Manilla rop... .-.m..
Machine .. ..
Hand -.
;.. 0 e a 0 75
0 -M if 0 27
0 1! V 0 12 H
- 0 It m 0 12
Ilmin Parking.-... 0
M a 0 30
KICK, per pound.
fa barrels .
. 0 11 0 13
. 0 17 (9 17'
. 0 HI (4 0 17
. 0 14 (4 ft WA
. I 25 fc Ml
SUGAR, per ponnd.
Crimhod au l powdered...
t- urJed. A. 1)
LI run
HALT, per barrel,-
u 1 m r
I'aten't.P bag. .1 00 ( 3 fO
Buck, 9 biuo 1 i 75
SOAP, per pound,
(ierumn ,.... 0 ID 0 0 12
Palm 0 Mi f 0 I'.i
Common U i-7 ci) 0 (ft
SODA, per ponad - . 0 11 0 12'
bi'ICEf.
Allspice........... 0 31 9 0 32
Clovos 0 6U iei 0 60
Oinaer 0 27 0 :U
No 1 111 fits 1 35 nl I ft)
lVppor ..., 0 35 (,Hi 0 3ti
MustAxd... 1 () i& 1 25
I A 11, kern, i.cr uoa,
6 (jo, ( 7 0
Til A, per pound.
(ireen ..
18
a 2 00
a 1 50
UI.M'a.... .. . 'a.
1 1.
AUUAi-u, perpouuo. . , ,w ,
Virvmia ...-.-. (0
lllaok hwoaU lix ,, 0 7U
j Ravy, It's. ..v..vfM
0 50
: Medium, lte 0 f0
. Medium LriuliL fa.,.-.- 0 HI
a 1 oe
S 0 75
a 0 70
0 7(1
iii I on
Hood brifht. do . 1 15 Hi 1 2(1
Kino natural leaf.- 1 2a fcS 1 50
VEGETABLES,
Potatoes, bid 3 00 (H3M
Onions, new, per bbl. 3 00 4 MI
VIN'EO All. per gulion 0 30 0 0 35
WHISKY, per gallon, --
Common 1 90 (3 2 W
lmtUition Bourbon...-. .2 50 a 3 ffO
Kentucky Bourbon,-. - 3 ts' w) ti ()
WOOD, pereor.l 7 00 9 00
YKAriT POWDEKS. par doton,
Mem. Chc-m. Mills. Vt lba...- - f 3 25
' Pioneer. 'A lb 3 00 3 i'l .
Preston A .Merrill's 3 25 (9 3 40
STEAMBOATS.
MHNIIS AXD MOUND CITY PACKET.
PEOSTA':
MARK R. CHEEK,
Master.
T EAVES T1TR LANDINU. m IT"" v
li foot ot Adum. street, at 11 '- 1 '
and II o'clock a.m., and 3 and 5:311 0 rlui'kp.iii.
Leaves Mound City at t and V o'clock a.m., anil
1 and 5 o'epK-b p. ni. . . 75-1.2
MP THE EVIL IN ITS BID.
A LL AFFLICTED WITH AKY FORM OF
Private Diseases, such Ss Gonorrhoa, Gloat,
Syphilis, Inroluntary Kaiissions, etc., should
beware of Intrusting t heir : eases to inexperi
enced quacks such invariably drug tbeir pa
tients with mercury, which sooner or Inter will
destroy the most robust constitution. At tho
Good Samaritan Modical Office, No. 108 Jeffer
son street,' cures aro- effected in from two to
six days, withont the use of morcury,' change
of diet, or hindrance from business. ' Consulta
tion slrictly conpdentinl. It wouldsocm nocd-
less hero to add the Importance ef nipping tho
evil in its bud, but a hint to tho wise is sufll-
rt!nf nnl .nTi. tn i.r. ItiAmsntTAQ from niiaorir.
but sfiiclJ their off.-pring from shame and ruin.
Bow often is it the case we see gentlemen
drench tbomselvcs wllh advertised nostrums
aftor much loss in focsot and health, they are
compelled to apply to some' skillful physician
to bo cured, for alone can thoso diseases bo
cured when ' known to tho doctor who pro
scribes, otherwise it is a leap in the dark to
expect a permanent cure.'
Office arranncj that patients do not see each
other, W Jefferson atreet. 1-2-107
.Assessor's Ovvice U. S. Int. Esvksuk,
f 1R3T 1'ISTRirTOy ABsHSIS,
Elsin, Asa., June i;. 1007.
NOTICE 13 UEKEBY GIVEN THAT THE
Annont Lint of Assessment!", under the In
ternal Hi; venue law, for the oounij of Missis
sippi, will be submitted to tho inspection of
any and all nersnns who rosy apply at Osceola,
from the 2;th to 3Uth day of Juno, 1W17, when
appeals will be received and determined rela
tive to any and all oxcexsive or erroneous valu
ations or assessments uiado by As -istant Asses
sor, in t Annual List. - -
AU appeals must be mailo in writing anil
spreity the particular cane. mattrr or irround
of complaint..,. JAS. 6. SMITH. ,
y;t-td Assessor 1st Piat. Arkansns.
NOTICK-COXPTABLE'S SALE.--By vir
tue of nn execution to mo directed, from
the ollice of ". S. Wnlton, Esq.. I will, on tho
first day of July. 1S67, at the comer of Main
and Madison streets, in the eity of Memphis,
sell to the highest bidder, for eah. tlin follow
ing described articles, to-wit. ONE COM
PLETE !-KT OF t'URUICAL IXSTKU
MF.N'Ttf, HMFDIClXK CHEST, etc.. in fum
pl.le order and new, taken as the properly of
A. E. Stocker, to satisfy said execution in fa
vor of the .teautar Mollie llambleton and own
ers, for two hundrrd and fifty dollars. Sal. to
take plsee within the hours prescribed by law.
This Wtb day of June. 17. .
J. W. nAWTflORX.
K td S. D.-C. S. C.
AiilKSsoa's
Orricr l'. S. I stt. Ravaavc,)
T DlSTKU T Or ABK AXSAS, J-
Eloix, Ark., June 15, lsff. )
XTOTICB IS HEREBY OIVKN THAT THE
1 Annual Lim of A.!esiunts, undtrthe In
ternal Kcvcnn.law, for tho county of Critten
den, will b.sahmitled tn ihe inspection or any
and all i.frsons who way applyat llopefiekl,
from thsSMb to SOth day of Juno, lst,7, when
ap t !ils will bo reooivd and determined rela
tive to any and all ejtoesstve or erroneous val
uations or e.sessinents made by Assistant As
sessors in the Annual List.
All appeals must be made in writing and
sr-eeify liie particular 01111!, matter or sround
of eon-plaint. JAS. S. PMITH.
Htlil Asceur 1st Ilist. Ark-nsas-
c. kiLLic. w. o. mi.Lia.
MILLER & MILLER,
ATTOItNEYS AX LAW
PAVOT.A. MTSS.
TWELVE TLMES A TEAK.
THT: HREAT POITHWEPTERrr MAfJA
1 tin. is repli-t. witk ibnlliur .tnriaa, advan-ti:r-
, cirniifie knowlr'Ua,an t all kinds of tho
most fa.ntnarine readme Has a complete
monthly word o th. news oirrulaie. ten
tli-iu-nn 1 ropies ea,-b tnoniti, S;iroen no"i
hersonly Mruis, Yearly .uhorriptions SI.
liM the Bt-sT aud cheapest. Address, with
Man. p. .
r. A. DlIiiiLt. ruonsner.
I oui.ville. IvV.
FIRMTIEE AXD BEDDIXG
AT
G. F. JUNKERMAliU'S,
No. 34 Mala Street,
Koax Memphis t Ohio Ballroad Depot,
MEMPHIS. TI55.
Trr-0 fX'NXFTFD -WITII FEVERAf.
1 Mhlessie w:l isbrosrt. in tbe North. I
m esial.'.- t se'l Kttrmtore a- a i-ti'e at,,
Cian- BJii r-itea M ttri4-.s ef all kiad made
t., n- 1,-r. L ve M :tr- e-ri.tnl ly op loi,
Karrrotvra rpte.t. I pa.vtAn-ip. ana: Rn
vaui f dvD. wiia aeatn-et and di patch. h4

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