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We auk Airrnoiimn to anxounce Hod. JdliN W. LhKTWICH as a can iliilutn for re-election to the Congress of the ' SPECIAL' CARDS. GAYOSO 8AHNGS INSTITUTION MEMPHIS, TENHKSSKE. , r.nnkln House 19 Madison St. ' This Institution, organised In 1HM, baa bees Id continuous anil successful operation for ths part tan mtd continues to traneaat GENEHAL EXCHANGE AND BANKINGS BUSINESS. Will receiva Doposits, But and Sell 1 Foreign & Domestlo Exohnnge, ' talis. Silver and Unenrreiet n.My ' BULLS Exchange In sums to suit purchaser, , London Uid all the loading cities of the United State, and will make collections on al) , ao-esaiblo placet In the Sooth and West. K, M. AYEUY, Cashier. tlOt JOH f. UMKR, President, ; FOR RENT. l?OR REN f ELEGANTLY FURNISHED JT ROOMS. - Apply t No. bu Monro. st. mi hrOR RENT-TWO H KAT COTIAQK8. 1 Ooe new pot late, on Duoree street, betwoen Poplar street and Ohio Railroad, with three room, besides kitehen, servants' room and ptoreroetn; also, a cottage nowly repaired, on Kohole street, neer V.nce, four rooms, larite yard, eto., will be rontod low to rood tenant . I.. ... O. f W A 11 It ' (if Ward A I.nfluera. 21f Main slroot. - 1(10 OppflHite Worfhain Unune. UOR RENT HOl'SK ON BRINKLEY AV- l cnuo, and one aero 01 grouna.six or soven mmu In ttinin hmiftA. A 1)1)1 V tO J . 11. DO D D8. No. 2 Howard Row, or t. H. CLARK CO. VI IJViR RENT I.OW-A LARUK DWELLING J llouie. Inquire or '.17 A, COHEN, 374 Main street. WANTS. WANTKDi-TIIREK GIRLS, AT TUB A linn 11 mi.e washer, trailer and nantrv. woman. ' 1"? w ANTLD-CARPKNTKRS AND BUIL- dcrs to set the best and cntapeat SASH. DOORS, BLINDS ' ' AND MOULD1KOS. J. WARWICK, 122 Corner Third and Overton streets. urA NTFD A KITUATION BY A LADY T of middle age and Bt.ady habiti, one "who il eatable ot teacninir, supennienaing housework, and who would make herself use f,J in a fumllv. Country preferred. Address LEDGER OFFICE, No. IS Madison itreet. 87 rANTED A tlOOD COOK, WASH Kit and ironer, white or colored. Apply at this office. 102 - . r 1 TTI'Tl DA . U T AMH A 1M 1 M Vf without furniture by asif:elesentleaiai, in a private family. Suburban r idenee pre ferred. Address . H. B.. Public Ledger. V9 -lir AKTKD-A SITUATION (A WHOLE T sale (Grocery prefi-rred) by a young man who in conversant with the business, an1 whose connections in Tennessee and Mississippi aro numerous. Best city references givon. Salary -irsecondary object. Address ,rA. B.," care Hiuipmn, lladden Co., No. 202 Front stroet. Memphis. '"" WANTED-TO EXCHANGE A FINK FARMjrxtecn miles south of Memphis, near Miss. Tenn. R. R., for a general stock of Dry Uiiods. Apply immedisteiy at TAYLOR, GAY 4 RUTLAND'S. . Hr ' ; ' 304 Front street. Ti r ANTED K ELI.OQll'StT. S. MEHCAN '. TILE RKUISTER wants smart, intolli nanl nrnt. Thn Christian Standard (CltfVO land) says s "Itii a complete book of refer ence for business men on me mousaaa ana onu niattera which they need to inquiro about ev ery day. Within, a thousand pee thore is compressed more of the right kind of knowl edno, with lens needless material, than wehnve ever known before." No eoumetition. Bells welL Only 1. 8nnt postpaid, bpeoimen pases free. Y. D. KELLOliG, 116 Nassau street. Now York. Wl WANTED. LIVE MEN AS AGENTS .nil nnrlnnra. with from ill) to 4200. Live nKcnts make from to ii per day. Apply at No. I Jefferson st., east ot the bruirc. n'i W A N T E D . BO A R D E R S , A T 17 L I N D EN stret. Hive three nice rooms, well furnished, fir families. Location healthy and dry. Applyonthe promises.' ; 7H-li3 r ANTED Old Cast Iron. Old Wrought Iron, . 1 Old Copper, Braas and Lead. . At WESTERN FOtTNDRY, 7fi-mi Phclby rtreet, opp. flnrnio Home. FOR SALE. j10RSALK-AH0.1 HORSE AND BtJOGY. J Arplyat No. U Madion St., upstairs. riOK SALE-Fi;RNITURK.-I HAVE A J handsome lot of Furniture for salo at low futures. Apply soon at my residence, on Pop lar street (extonded), or to Moody Wimbua, No-4 Brftt-loy Block. , PM - .ifirii r. wi iji,. FOR LEASE. I.tOR LEASE OR RENT TIIE PROPERTY known as the CEDAR HARDEN, situated on 'he corner of South and Wollinirton streets. Apply to .1. W. JONES, on the preuiines, or to J f f1AST, 'wa, Front street. iff BOARDINC. BOARDING. FAMILIES OR SINGLE (rcntlemon can obtain board and (Piod roma. alto day boarders can be accommodated at :1 Pociind street, between bayoso and Heal streets, wl-llit 1 OARDlNGSfWO UENTLEMKlT wlTU 1 their wives, and several day boarders, can be aeoommodaUd at 22 Bt. Martin it., at rates ...I. th HniM. 101 TAY BOA RD. A FEW OENTLKMKN J can be accommodated with Day Board, with price to suit the dull times, by early ap plication at No. 110 East wjurt street, two sonare. from the park. 1" ESJTRAY C?on R E WAR D. STRAYED OFF exported to calve in May, with both ears split, a white spot across the butt of her tail, branded on the left hip hir not yet grown out. The rilmve reward will be paid for her return to VT R HANLKi. vr incnesier avenue, noar M'-'vi-b' "nd Ohio R. R. work-ybnn NOTICES. XTOTICE.-I WILL NOT SETTLE ANY 1 bills, unless contracted by mo or by my written order. g DREYFl'S, (rjt No. W Real street. XTOTICK-M T WIFE, M rTMA RY6 PEC K , i having left my bed aud board, from Cut tonwood Point, Arkansas, without any provo cation, this is In notify the pnbliothat 1 will not.,, responsible for Me'tnphiSiJaneH. K;T. W-lJl.. XT 'TICK NO BILLS WILL HE PAID BY IN W. N. Kakin A Co., nnlesa extracted ry me in person, or by my written order ttM.A, LAK1N. F.b-nrr, l-"7. LOST. IOST OR MISLAID A CERTAIN PRO j mi.eoiy Note fo:s1. dated lee.mber M, )v)i and due twelve wi.nlht after date, drawn by Charles Frans. and payable to W. B. Cotton or older, and Indorsed W. B. Cotton, has been lo-t or mislaid. AM persons .re cautiened from buving or trading for said anta, as pay ment ha newa stopped. A suitable reward will be paid for said note. If the sasse is left at ray ouiee. No. 216 Thir. street. Aeaxs."'s Orrirg U. S. Iv. livti,l Fiair Ditii t or Ak.aNS, Kl..:, Ass Jao. l.-7. J X'OTICK rs HT-'BBBT OIVF.N THAT THE i Annual List of Am-wineats.inder the le ternaj Kererme taw. tor tbaenontyof Wima tipv, will bm Mibaiitcd to !.. inina f any .nd all pero who may apply at isceola. from the 2Hh to :h day of Jaae. 17. whi'n appeals will be received and determined rela liro to aay ad all excessive er ermnwias valu ations or asetssincnu made by Assistant Ase ar in the Annual List. . All appeals aaest be aside il writing end rj-rt'y ihe partu-alar eaoee. nailer or roead ;,r...mpl,nu VSAi VUl A Self So r let Dirt. Arkapsas. KORTE & McDONOUQH, GAS AND STEAM FITTERS, 344 Second Stroet, a OPPOSITE GREENLAW OPIRA H0D4E rilllK ATTENTION OP THE PIIRLTO H X respectfully cajled to our new and complete IIOCK OI GAS AND COAL OIL FIXTURES, of all descriptions, Pumps, Water Closets. Ttath Tubs, Marble Wash Stands, siheet Load and Lead Pipes, Wrought 1'on. (iasand Steaia PitiM anil e'ttttn.a ulmivi on bamr We aro at all times prepared to introduce into duuuioks Ga and Water Pipers on the most reasonabli terms. , KORTE k MoDONOUOH, , ' ' 344 Second Street, 87-1 M Opp. Greenlaw Opera House. ; a. A.rooi.gy. c.n. baexom. t. d-baohvu. POOLEY, BARMU & CO., DKALER8 IH ' Watches, ... Diamonds Fine Jewelry, Solid Stiver and ; , : SUver-Platcdr3Vare,Ct'; Clocks, ; Fane j , , Good Etc . ' Our Block Is replete with lh t FINE8T, LATEST ; AWD MOST . ,i ELEU1XT NTYLES of the above Goods, and at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PBICES 'ort cash. No. aOG Main Stroet Corner of Court. -. -12' PUBLIC LEDGER. ... . . . - Office. JVo. 13 Aladiaon Htroet. LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION THE CITY; MKMPHIBi Monday- Evening, Jane 24. 1867 Thb Asbuby Fkstitil. There was a large attendance of our citizens at the Aabury Festival, in Slillman Hall, on Saturday evening, who manifested con siderable interest in the various prizes that were voted to popnlar persons.' The silver pitcher, for the favorite, mechanic was awarded to Mr. G. C. Price, who re ceived 51 votes against Mr. Stanley's 45. A pair of handsome vases were awarded to Mrs. Moore as the most popular mar ried lady. A fine French clock for the favorite teacher of a female sohool was voted to Miss Jennie Higbee, who re ceived 91 votes, while Mrs. McGeehe received 75. A beautiful cape for the prettiest young lady was awarded to Miss Macgie Price, who received 92 votes, while her opponent received 90. Alderman Lynn still leads the list of candidates for the gold headed cane that s to be given to the .city official receiving the largest number of votes. We learn that the ladies have concluded to con tinue their festival for three days longer n order to give every person an oppor tunity of aiding them in their noble ef forts to .obtain money to , repair their church. We hope there will be a full turnout of our citizens each evening while the fair continues. '' Thb Widows akd C-BriUNS.-There will be an interesting literary and musical en tertainment at the Court street Taberna cle to morrow night, in aid of the fund for the relief of the widows and orphans of Confederate soldiers. ' Among the selec tions will be the following recitations: " The Closing Year," by E. B. Freeman ; "The Diver," Lou Leubrie; "Sham O'Brien," Henry Seesscl ; "Bernardo del Carpio," Eugene Lehman ; " Bnrke's Address," J. Seessel; "Sparticns to the Roman Gladiators,'! , G. . Washington ; ' Charge of the Light Brigade," W. J. Murphy ; My Sunday Breeches," J. H. Sullivan i "Prayer for the South," Miss Bradshaw; " Ricnia," Miss Bcttie Craw ford. The recitations will be interspersed with vocal and instrumental music. Gbavd Tadlsacx. The ladies and gentlemen who are to take part in the Brand tableaux to be produced at the New Memphis Theater on Wednesday evening under the management of Mn. W. C Thompson, have had several re hearsals, which give promise of an enter tainment that will be highly relished by 11 who will be able to attend. Betwtea the tableaux some of our finest amateur talent will give several choice gems of music. The box office will be opened to-morrow and edneiday lor the accommodation of parties who desire to have good seats reserved for them. The proceeds .will be devoted to the building find of St. Lazaras Church. There will be a rehearsal to-night and to-morrow-night, , House Stssuko. The lovers of other ... a . A , peoples torse ana rcu.e uesa continue their depredations in this section of country, to tbe annoyance of planters. Occasionally they maks a raid into the ity alter choice stock. On Saturday i(k,t amis was stolen from u. bene- . . ... . .- TT ich, at las iniereeci.on ot iscor su-tci nd the Pigeon F.ooU read. 8two ir-LionTmn. Ahon? three o'clock on ijntiirduy afternoon, the old Court House at KaleiK", m this county was struck by lightning, which- cause auite a little excitement among some of our Memphis merchants who were at tending tho Balcigh Springs, and werp quartered by the Coleman Bros, in that " Ancient Statue of Legality, which, since the removal of the Courts, has bee converted into a very pleasant itnppin pluce for the seekers of health and pleas ure at tho Springs, ' It seems that th lightning rod was "out of order" by bein broken off at the ground, and not bein able to carry off all the (laid, a portio was conducted down Ihe tin guttering, but it being broken also the bolt passe directly throueh the massive brick wall to some lurge irou safes which were i the room, and after sporting about the room, tearing off plastering and cuttin bd a big dust, passed, into the ground, Several men were stunned and knocked down, and Messrs. S, IL Brooks, W, S. Cameron, W. II. Andrews, R. R. Pitt man, J. S. Caruthers, J. J. Dultose and others, miraculously escaped being killed as they were occupying the rooms at lh time, and were considerably shocked. Mr. Cameron, suffering considerably at the time with nervous headache, was in stantly'relieved by the electric shock. A Magistrate's Court, which was being held in one of tho rooms, was adjourned "quicker 'n Hghtnin'." Goods still lower at Mack Bros. & Bohm's, opposite Court Square. Poucb Court. Twenty-eight names graced the docket this morniDg, f 19G 50 being assessed for tines,' and fCl colt lected. Joseph Krcssenbach was fined six dollars for assaulting a child. Anno Jones, colored, was charged ten dollars for throwing a dipper of water on a white neighbor. . John Ilulbert, a colored con fidence gentleman, was sent on the chaingang for one hundred and three days, in default of paying a fine of fifty1 dollars and costs imposed for swindling his colored brethren. John Parkinson is held on a State warrant for trying to pass counterfeit money. Peter Mender is similarly held for drawing n pistol ith intent to kill somebody. Bob Overton and Emanuel Calhoun, colored are' held for laying their confiscating hand en their neighbor's goods. I Municipal Coobt. In this court on Saturday a motion for a new trial in the ease of C. A. StiIIman was argued by tbe attorneys for the prosecution and de fense, The court has the matter under advisement: ' Gabe Marley, charged with larceny, was brought on an application for a writ of habeas corpus, and was re (handed to jail in defauli, of bail Suits in the court to be placed OR tho appear ance docket for the July term must be commenced on or before Wednesday, June 2Cth. To-morrow the cases of A. G. Slagel, George Steinmeycr, James Price and Kate Stoner will be taken up Real bargains can be obtained at Mack Bros. & Bohm's.' Chimin iu. The jury in the case, of George R. Wade being unable to agree, have been discharged by Judge Hunter, This will necessitate another trial at tbe next term of Court. In consequence of sickness in the family of the Attorney General this morning conrt was ad journed until to-morrow, when the cases of M. Combs, jr., for rape, John Qearin, for murder, and William SfrouJ, for en ticing a female ' from her mother by means of a mock marriage, etc., will be called up.' All parties who have had warrants issuod by' Justices of the Peace are requested to appear before the grand jury or forfeitures will be taken against them. . - Almost a. FfnB. An extensife con flagration was nipped in the bud about six o'clock last evening by tbe energy of some of our gallant firemen. Smoke was observed issuing from Woltoring's hardware store, corner of Main and Washington streets, when Captains Waldraven, Signaigo and others pro cured a ladder, and entered the building with buckets of water. They found a fire pot used to smelt solder standing along side of a barrel of resin, which was rapidly taking fire, emitting a dense smoke. They quickly subdued the flames and prevented a conflagration. Maqoiel's Pills and salve Nipgcn A Reakirt, druggists, 31S Main street. A Striktvo Lixbrkbs. When a person desires a photograph, ambrotype, etc., taken, they always want a picture that can be recognized at a glance without the name being attached, and to secure this desirable end we advise our friends to call on Bingham Bros., at their aew gallery over Clark's jewelry store, corner of Madison and Main streets. They are clever artists, who have acquired celeb rity by years of study and practice, and gained many friends by their courteous manner and earnest endeavors to please all who patronize them. "Not a Hero." We have received from the publishers, Messrs. Blelock ft Co., ".Not a Hero,' a novel by Mrs. Eliia Lofton Pugh, of Louisiana. - This is the first of a series of select novels by Southern authors which this firm intend publishing, with a view to present to the reading community of America the pro ductions of the best Southern' minds is a farm at ence cheap and convenient te read. " Not a nro is for sale by B!e lock it Co., Main street, near Monroe. 1 Mor.AHBlQi'xs, lawas, poplins, bercgesj grenadines, at twooly-five conlsperyarj the greatest bariins of the day at Lindauer 4 Pollock's.. 229 Maia street. New Lots er Stbeet Cabs. We tears that a survey will be commenced in a few days by the City Railroad Company with a view to rua a line of street cars from Auction street to Bial, down Beal to Hernando, an! thence to the State Female College. That will be a long roote, and the lias wiH doubtlcs 'jc well patronized. - iBQrrir. AUTthquoit wal Tield'UIs morning on the )x)dy ef Dennis Bolilea about sixty years of sgo. It appears that the old mas has buen on inmate of the State Hospital, aud came to town yester day to attend church, when the beat overpowered him and he fell on the side walk. He was takes te tbe First District Station House and medical attendant procured, but it was of no avail, for li died about half past one o'clock this morning. -Tb Coroner's ju.ryof which Mr. C. N. Martin was foreman, returned a verdict that his death was csused by exhaustion and genersl debility from old , - Maquiil's Pirxs and salve Nirgcn & Reakirt, druggists, 318 Maia street, Swak & Fovtb. Judge Swan, a dis tinguished lawyer of East Tennessee, has adopted this city as bis home snd the theater of his future practice. , By ' ' .1 '.' !. !!! reioronce to a cara in mis paper, u win be seen that a partnership has beet, formed between himself and Mr. G. P, Foute, of this city. The latter gentleman is well known here as an industrious sound and reliable lawyer. The firm is a very strong one, and will command a large business. While it will devote itself to every branch of the profession, it will pay especial attentiqn to suits In bankruptcy. '. We commend it to' the patronage of the public. Shloss ft Bro., 847 Main street, srs posi tively selling off regsrdless si cost, to close business. Tbsy sell fast-colored Prints st 10 to IS eents per yard, warranted i yard wide Bsdticklag, 85 esnts ; Mosquito Bars, 90 cents ; good quality Domestics, 9 cents per yard; Linen Handkerchiefs as low as 18 eents; Ladies' Hoss, 10 esnts per pair Corsets only 6 cents. We advise you to give them sail and examine for ' your, stives. w Mansfield's MissisRirri Diarrhea, Cordial. We know of , no . medicine since the 'apostolic period which has worked more miraculous cures than tbe Mississippi Diarrhea (Cordial. It is tbe only true panacea for diarrhea, dysen tery, flux, colic, cholera morbus, and all bowel efi'eclions which has ever been discovered, It operates directly upon the elements of the stream of life, neutral-, izing the principle of disease, and thus radically' curing the malady, whether located in tho stomach, liver or bowels. Ye who pine upon tbo brink of the grave, when all. other remedies fail, hasten to try its marvelous power. Cholera ik Memphis. The Red Diar rhea Remedy immediately checks diar rhea, vomiting and cramps. For infants it has no equal. It cools tbe stomach, quiets the nerves, and tastes so well, that all love it It is decidedly the re medy for tbe times, snd is far, far tuperior to any preparation put up by druggists who know 'nothing about the treatment of diseases. Ours is prepared by physicians, who "know whereof they "Speak," and every family should procure a battle. Sold by all druggists. J. P. Promgoole & Co , 101 391 Main street. Did loo .bvER I Va my! ill never use lily white or powders whilol can get the delicious "Hesperian Balm." It is so delightful for the complexion, and so refreshing in hot weather (so say the ladies.) Win,1 D'oench 4; Co., proprie tors, St. Louis. OtiRJoBOmcE. The Public Ledgeb job printing depnrtmsut has been lately supplied with the latest and most np proved patterns of type, borders and presses, aud is better prepared than ever to accommodate the meicantilo public Our prices will continue to be the mos reasonable in tbe city, while our wjrk is guaranteed to givo satisfaction. We have the nbj ecmijtleit printing office in the city, and will continue to. give our cus tomers inducements no others in this market can afford. Cull and see. t Mack Bros. & Bohm's closing out sale still continues. Notice to Tax-payers. On the 1st July iiext, I will issue distress warrants against all persons who fail to pay their taxes for the 40th corporate year. Particsiin arrears for taxes will save themselves this annoyance and expense by calling at the office and paying their taxes, as the law will be strictly en forced against delinquents. Jojur H. Bow en, 104 City Tax Collector. The best linen cuffs and sleeves at 25 cents per pair, at Lindauer A, Pollock's, 299 Main street. 100 Mdhical Soiree by tbe pupils of the school of the Holy Cross, Mrs. Ketchuru and Miss Bradford, principals, at the Greenlaw Opera House,Monday evening, June 24, to pnrchnse laboratory furniture for the school. Tickets, fifty cents. Mrs. Ketchum's recitation, 44 Godivs," will be given, and Miss Bradford will sing "Tbe Conquered Banner." 97 Can't bs Done. It is no use in talk- ng, Henry G. Hampe'a bath rooms can not. nd tieref will be beat, "because Henry knows how to keep them clean and in good order. No. 11 Poplar street is the place to take a swim, co danger of drowning. ' Go and spend fifty cents with Henry, it nay save you a big doctor n 77-102 Corsets at fifty cents only, at Lin- auer k Pollock's, 299 Main sL 100 . i " " i ' ' Gextlshes who want cloth, cassi- meres, readymade clothing, shirts, draw ers, socks, neck ties, and, in fact, a com plete stock of furnishing, goods will do well to attend the cloaing out sale of amaged goods, at M. Kraus ii Ca's, No. 213 Main street, oext to Ward A LeGuere's drug store. t Seal Taltacia Thread, Classy, and Gia- pare Laces and Edging ; also. Black Thread Sdf lag Mllug r fa rd leas ef cost er value, at Shloss Bre,'s. 847 Bain street. W A rcw more lawns at Gftin eents per ard left af Lindauer ' A VollotV. 299 Main street. 100 Official Drkwlsgs ef'the Klssoarl Stat. . .. ., , , Leiterr. Clan 895-2Vatr mii 22,' 1W7. 12, f. 1,68, CC, C3, CQ, 22, 7, 21, 20, 11,41, 77 ' . Cu 39C Drawn June 22, 1C7. 72, 55, 71, 60, 38, 39, 3, 42, 43, 1(5, 69, 1, 1 ) .This lottery is drawn twice each day. Over 1100,000 in prizes is paid-each day, It U the only lottery in which the prises utall cath. It has beea drawn for over forty year. Tickets cost from twenty five cents to twenty five dollars. It is the only loltory in which you oan get a ticket with any number on it you wish. Call or send for a circular. Geo. W. Va Voast, ,.. . , Southern Agent, , 20 Jefferson st, and 22 Oayoso st. Maw i el's Pills and salve Nipgen k Reakirt, druggists, 318 Mais street, South Memphis Division No. 44, Soxs of Temperakcc. The regular meeting for the election of officers will be bald Tuesday evening, 25th inst.,at ii o'clock. All members are requested and expected to bein attendance. By order of the W. P. . ' 98 . . F. M. Halet, R. S." Fixe embroidered bands atRjO cents, at Lindauer A Pollock's, 299 Main street, A Trot for a purse of $100 mile beats, three best in five comes off at the track of the Memphis Racing Associa tion to-morrow evening at three o'clock, between Screwdriver, Avalanche and Dolly LVy. Second race dash of a half mile, 1250 a side, between Sallie Thomas and Maid of Memphis. SocTnERS District. The Second Police District, that portion of the city south of Madison street, was very quiet yesterday, only three arrests being made two white men for being drunk, and a negro for committing a nuisance by vio lating the sanitary regulations. Maoriel's Pills and salve Nipgen k Reakirt, druggist, 318 Main street. Our damaged stock of dry goods, clothing, boots and shoes, must be sold in thirty duys, regardless of cost or value. M. Kradb k Co , No. 213 Main street, next to .Ward k LeGuere's drug store. t Western Produce. A large supply of corn, oats, provisions, eta., can always be found at tbe store of Mr. S. M. Guest on , the Hernando road, just south of South street Farmers supplied as rea sonably as the saroo goods can be had anywhere in the city. 102 Committed for Trial. A negro named William Bradley, arrested for stealing a lot of cloth from a steamboat, was committed for trial at the Criminal Court after an examination before Esquire Creighton this morning. ' i Effects pf Bad Company. A gentle man doing business on Front street got on a spree Saturday night and was re lieved of a fine gold wntth and all bis greenbacks, while on a visit to Mag. Moody's boarding house."' Call immediately at Lindauer k Pol lock's, 299 Main street, and secure the greatest bargains in all kinds of goods. Notice. Parties in this city holding chocks drawn by C C. Cogswell on the First National Bank of Huntsville, Ala,, can hear of something to their ad van tage by calling immediately at 22 Madi son street, room 6, up stairs. Mad Doa Shot. Officer Brandy shot and killed a mad dog near the corner of Linden and "Wellington streets about five o'clock, this morning. If we say closing out eur - stock in thirty days, we mean wljat we say. We are bound to close out the damsged stock of all goods at any price. ' M. Kraus k Co., No. 213 Main street, next to Ward & LeGuere's drug store. t ' Fekiaxs, Attention. A special rieel ng of the Emmet Circle will be held on Monday, the 24th instant, at 8 o'clock p.m., in their rooms, No. 74 Main street, southeast cornerof Jackson. A punctual attendance is requested by the Center." Michael Conlon. The Capture of Ma Trotter. -There appjars to be some doubt about the capture of Mr. Trotter in San Francisco. Tho rumor is most probably groundless. Ladies, if you Wish bargains, go to Shloss k Bro.'s before you purchase else where, for they are really selling chenper than any house in the city, at 247 Main street Irish linens regardless of cost. SHLOSS ft BRO., 99 247 Maia street Don't fail to look at those cheap do mestics at M. Kraus it Co.'s, No. 213 Main street, next to Ward k LeGuere's drug store. ' The goods must be sold in thirty days. Just Received. Another lot of thirty- spring hoop-skirts, at one dollar, at Lin dauer k Pollock's, 299 Main street , 100 Wanted. A good cook, washer and roner, white or colored. Apply at this office. l The finest confectioneries in the city at Barton's, corner Poplar and Fourth streets. 4 4 bleached domestics at fifteen cents per yard worth fully twenty-five cents t Lindauer k Pollock's, 299 Main atreet w look to yonr interest and examine for yourselves. Eoop-skvts selling at only li cents to CI at Shloss ft Bro.'s, 847 Main s treat. ; : ' ' ' ' ' Shippers of oils, etc.; should use the railroad can, manufactured by Thomas ukes, 23 Second street 116 Ice Cream, the best in the city at Berton's saloon, corner Poplar and Fourth. f3 Deeds, Leases, Bills of Lading. Dray TickeU, and all kinds of Blanks for sale t this office. T Chelsea Tiv. No. "57 Sons ok Tempe uAiCe. The regular Meeting will bo held at their hall, in thr. busoment cf the brick church, in Chnlscu, this (Monday) evening. There will be un election of officers, Every member is expectod to be present By order ot the W. P. , A. L. Griffith, R. S. Goli Wanted. Fifteen Thousand dol lars in gold wanted at the Emmet Savings Institution, No. 7. Madison street . Improved Scrapers, only f7 00. Mud ison street TEAr k Hamilton, Land and Citt Lot Plats 'printed at the LtnoEB office, any size, at short no tice. Satisfaction guaranteed. Cotton Planters, the best for $25 00, Madison street Treat k Hamilton. Old feathers made new, 49 Market st The Port of Memphis. Tho river is still falling at this point having declined about twelve inches since our last Very little business was transacted at the landing this morning. The weather is decidedly warm. A sum mer shower camo do. 7n this morning and sprinkled tbo dust The following are tho arrivals and departures : Arrivals. Mississippi, St Louis Richmond, New Orleans Kuth, New Orleans General Quitman, New Orleans J D Perry, Evansville P W Strader, Cincinnati Welcome, Vicksburg Sam Hale, Cincinnati r Mollie Hainblcton, St Francis river Belle Memphis, St Louis Commercial, White river Departures. P W Strader, New Orleans Welcsmo, St Louis Mississippi, New Orleans Richmond, Louisville Ruth, St Louis Marble. City, St Lonis General Quitman, Paducah Dan Able, Vicksburg Boats in Fort. Rose Hambleton, Celeste, J D Perry, Mollie Hambleton, Commercial, Belle Memphis, S J Hale. Boats Leaving To-Day, Cairo and St. Louis. The famous steamer Belle Memphis, Captain Dan Musselman, Larry Entler clerk, departs for Cairo and St. Lonis at five o'clock this evening. Passengers desiring to make a pleasant trip on a fast boat, with clever officers, should avail themselves of the present opportunity. She leaves at five precisely. . lAieoeUantous. The Ohio is falling, with five and a half feet is the canal. At St. Louis the river is rising, but falling at Cairo. White aud Arkansas rivers aro declining steadily, with a fair stage of water in each. The Little Star, a new towboa, built from the hull and machinery of the Maid of Peru, attracted considerable attention' on Saturday, steaming around the lund- ng. Tho Star is owned by Messrs. Briggs k Peterson, tbo well known coal merchants of this city. It is very prob able that she will take the place of the Peostra, as the Mound City ferry, while the latter is undergoing repairs. , Steamboatmen ean save money by get ting their printing executed at tho Pub lic Ledger office, our arrangements en abling us to do work at rates that will compare with any establishment in the West We invite steamboatmen to ex amine our styles of work and prices., t Special Notices. ' 1 Special sTotioes will be issortul in thisool nmn for ten oents per liue for each insertion. The Healing Pool, and House of Mercy. Howard Association. Keportf, for YOl Nii MEN. on the CRIME OK SOLITUDE, and theERRORS, ABUSES and DISKASKS which destroy the manly powers, and creato impedi ments to MARRIAGE, with sure means ofro liof. Seat in sealed letter envelopes, free ol charge. AOdresi.-, Dr. J. SKII.LIN HOUGH TON, Howard Association, Philadelphia, pa. . 67-144 The Great Need Supplied ! Pills have boco swallowod iu millions, tialres have been robbed in hy the pound. Dr. Maooikl's two grand specifics are putting an end to .this wholesale systam of medication. One of his fiuiioiu pills is a dosi. A box of his healing salve is of uore ri!ue. as a remedy for ulcerous and eruptive diseases, than a ship's cargo of the ointments advertised to cure everything, but are all, in fact, either useless or deleterious. Dr. Maookil's motto is cokckkteaticic. He has placed in the smallest compass the active .rlnciple of the most potent vegetAhlo specifics. There Is Be mineral In his Pills they do not gripe they do not enfeeble. They create a vigorous appetite, and corroepon JinglystrenKth en the digestion. They tune tbe liver, clear tbe head and steady the nerres. No form of sor(ulous disease can mist the dlsenfertent operation of the Salve. . Tumor Absoesses, Bult Rheum, Boils, Pimples, Pus tules, etc., are thoroughly eradicated by this unrivaled medicine. In faot'MaoaiKL's Bil ious, Dvspimo and Diaiirsa Pills cure where all others fail. While for Burns, Sr.ibls, Chilblains, Cuts, and all abrasions of the skin, M air fri el's Palvo is iaTaHible. Sold by J. Man giel, 43 Fulton stroet New York.aniltall Drug gists, at J5 cents per box. "CocXTKsrgiTsl TJuy nolMaggiel rills or Salvo with a little pamphlet inside the hot. They are Womi. The genuine have name of J. Haydork on box with namo ef J. Maxxiol, M. D. The genuine have the Pill surrounded with white powder.' -I KoOes. W earnestly request our friends not to pay more than five eents a copy for the PcnLtc Litnoia. We sell tn the ncwil cys at two rents a copy, thui JaUowinf lheiB over' a hundred per cent, profit on ererv iai er. Monetary and Commercial Cottoa Xarket The market this mornin; continues dull, and opened up fully 1 Jc lower than on the fir.t of last week. There is little offering, and principally of an inferior grade. Tbe stock has been reduced to 7214 bales. Receipts of cotton at Mem phis from the 1st of September last to the 2d of June were 219,914 bales. Money XarksW Tbe gold market is firmer brokfrs pay 13CJ to 1ST; city scripiagettingdull Sfaitt, and is weak at C3 to COc ; county scrip, MtoSt'c; Southern money gen erally dull, Bank of Ttsnossee, 35, Mni- phis city rnilread stock, 30 to 35; Charles ton rsilioad stock, CO. Gouerai Market jerhalf barrel ...10 60 t)U 00 AT.r", per half ba AtAlitllMJ, per yard. Iltiliu d'uirer- loom BAGS, Ol JN l i New Svnnil-hnit BROOM, perdnsen UKANS, per buahol, Nnvy BUTTKIl, per pound, K"lU... e..T.7''.1", n,i l'ils-. CAN D L K.l, her pound. Star CAPS. u D. imu......., B Il.ltKKI , K ley's R B, v 1mm , Kiev's II, '..Hum....... CV.M KNT. Per barrel.....-.-.. . 21 . 0 M .. si a m l !'l -1 io a n -a M a s w . 0 S3 . c a a o .is 9 0 ,W b IS 9 0 21 ...... IH SOU (c II Ml lis 1 (VI Ot I tl S 25v 4 W IIS 9 C.UAI., per barrel, I'it laliursr CHEKSK, per pound western Hosorra...... ,0 17 AOIfl i 0 ID f, 0 211 i 0 l!l e 0 Ti till W H III FaIiitv. Fniflih lluirv CHICK KNS, pordosen Turkeys, ner uoien.. ......00 (11 ftfl) HI gojfr Kfc, per pound, HiOl.OMIHII.MttH 1 Java Lnsaavra. ..-..., CORN MKAL CRACK KKS, Butter - Soda Susar KdOH, per doien.. i FEKli. Hay, per ton Hay, inferior,.... Bran - Corn, per bushel, Oats FLOUR, per barrel. Low Kuimrfine... Bunortin... ......... 0 2:) (9 0 24 ............. O .'l. ftp 0 .'V. , m o :u o n t GO B 6 W 9 0 11 10 (4 II II 1H m O IS lo o :n .....2S no no ,.22 tin an (si -... III (l to I.'. (10 l in a i '.ii .. 0 UO O 0 115 .... f 00 tj S .Ml .!0 So T12 I'll (fa i-i tw ,....15 so fold .',11 111 (10 (A 17 no 17 U0 OIU W 8 on Qio oo 8 ( a -. on ttou Finvte Ultra......... double extra. Choice Double Kxtra Fancy Brands...... . FRUIT, per barroi, Apples, green,........ I tried apples, Dried oeuvheA. halves, FISH. Mackerel No. 1 per bbl,.-...23 00 S21 00 " No. 2 " () ('.2 00 " N.l hf.bW.. 100 t.i W M No. 2 " .....II 00 toll 60 " No. 3 " In nil mlo,MI " No. 1. rr Ht.... M II Wl " No. 2, " -fMI M IS " No. a, " " J 75 r :t on Try Cod, jor pound -.- 0 OH (i 0 (.t While Kiah.nfirh'. h'l 7 HI ft 0. on While Hhad, per hf. bbls- 0 on 0!M 00 Hoe Purring, per bf.bbl... 0 00 (..III (m Cut llerrinir.nerbbl 0 Oil (mill ml OUNPOWDKK. Vuartor &.............. S 25 t? 3 SO Half kesa i 2ri 4 ,1 W Ken . 1(1 1X1 fain Ml HAROWARK. Nails, porkeg. inj to 40d. 7 ',0 7 75 " " Ki..... 7 (iii ( 7 S5 " tkl ., 7 75 C H (Ml Cut spikes....... 8 00 ft 8 .VI Wrousht boat spikes 11 (K (Ml 2 00 Castings, hollowware.itb 0 TAt0V) K it irou Oil (c 0 (7 liore-sboe iron 0 07(a a 10 Nail rod .- 0 15 0 111 Ca.t steel, Kns-Hsh, 0 25 M 0 .'.I Blister steol, Kniwh-..-. 0 Irt ' 20 Onrinan (tool .... 0 IS Hi 0 22 man w 4 0 111 AO 0 15 (4 0 IK .... 0 15 til II li'. 6 00 (.J 8 60 1IIDKK, per . l.reen tlreen, salt..-....- Dry, flint ... Dry. salted HOMINY, per barrel LARD, per pound. in tieroe u It fee 0 ills In koca 0 U (hi 0 15 LEAD. lUr. Deri) 11 0 12 LEATUKR. perB. lliestnut oak, solo U 4(1 ftt 0 Ki I'l1er, doi fid IKI f 12 00 French oalf, do... ('ft Oil S72 nil American do...... ....42 (Ml 6A52 00 Hcml'K'Ir. sole per Ib...v, (J 40 (4 0 45 Skirting. l 0 .18 s 4:fl LIKE. Alnbama ............ 1 25 (!) 2 50 Curl.... ...- .-....-. I M 2 75 Ohio. 1 it 1 Si MOLAS.KS, per tallon. JSurreis ana Halt bols. New Orleans, new.-., Srnrs 0 SO (3 0 8S 0 00 1 Wl 1 00 1 60 ... 0 4S a 0 55 , 1 2!) (a 1 ao 1 60 Ml (Vi 1 30 ( 1 35 Offi 14 0 75 1 00 I 10 . 0 08 (9 0 10 ......23 ro H 00 , 21 00 &! (KI OILS, per gallon. t;cai Lard -, Linseod .. ...... Train ..... Benzine Terpentine Paris W hito. ner B) PROVISIONS. fork, mws. per bbl.... Primti, " bbl. Clear sides. perlb-w, 0 13 ($0 14 Breakfast, per lb Shouldors ' Clear rib sidos Hams, stiitar-oureU....., Drc.iHod Hobi, V lb ... o 15 ra o in ... 0 10 BO n .. on o o 12 ,. o I5!.a o in . 8 (. 9 ,.-10 00 M21 00 ... 0 20 ft 0 21 ... 0 BO (S 0 75 0 20 64 0 27 ... 0 1J 0 124 ... 0 11 64 0 12 ... 0 'Hi (9 0 .' -Oil 0 13 ... 0 17 (H 8 17J4 ... 0 11 S 0 17 ... 0 14 (9 0 15K ... 3 2") 3 5n ... 3 00 (A 3 SO ... i) 60 a 3 75 iieoi. mess, r bbl lieof. dried. V lb ... R0PK. Cotton rope .. Manilla rope Machine. .............. . Hand liomp l'aeking RICE, per pound, Id barrels RIIQAR. ner nouniL. t ruibod aud powdered.. CI an tied, A, xl,C... Brown SALT, per barrel,....- SHOT, i atont, Tl bg...... Buck, 1 bug SOAP, per pound, Orrinan Palm Common SODA, I. or pouad SPICK?. . Allsiiice Cloves - Ginger -... Nutiuei.ro Popper Mu-,Urd. . .............. TAR. kesa, ner dot TEA. pur pound. Grocu Blpok....- TOBACCO, perpouud. Vircinm Black .-went, lib Navy, lbs Me.liuui. lbs 0 10 0 0 12 o os ii o c.i , 0 (17 S 0 (IS . 0 11 &QIVA , 0 31 H 0 32 , o r.n 4 0 Oil , 0 27 ft 0 : 1 35 ( 1 Wl , 0 35 BOii , l oo ml x (I 80 & 7 00 , 1 75 (8 2 10 , 1 00 81) 00 0 1 00 0 70 0 7 5 0 50 0 70 ....... 0 00 Mil 7n Meilium bright, lb. l.ood briirbt, do Fine riatnral leaf.-...M V Ed KT ACLKS, Potatuos, ft bid Onions, new, per blI..... VIXEOAH. per giillon. . WHISK V, per gallon. Common Tinitn.inn Bon rbon 0 10 til (10 1 !i mil 20 1 25 M 1 50 S (10 its 3 .'.0 3 no it 4 on 0 .10 (D 0 35 1 Ml a 2 50 .2 511 . ' on STEAMBOATS. ; SESP1II3 ASD Jfll'J'D CITlf PACKET. PEOSTA. MARK R. CHEEK, . . Master. T EAVES TUK TaNDINiJ, , -IT s 1 J foot ot Adams street, at -"'.S j . L.'T"i and 11 n'olock u.ni., and 3 and u rbn-k p.m. Leaves Miiunil City nt (land il o'clock a. in , and 1 nn'l 5 Vb."k p in. ' 7;-1'.' GREAT AUCTION SALE AT Jtli:iT & 13ItO.-5, 151-2 JoflVrxon Wrefl. 'pnR I.ARflK.T FTCK:OFoOPRT!IAT J. has ever bven olV'rci at rUULIC A IT C T f O IS InrthisJ city.lom bracing Fine and Medium Clothing, PUXE c.oom. AND A LARUE ASSORTMENT OF Iitrnishinfjr Goods. SALE TO COMMENCE AT 7 O'CLOCK P.M. Will S"1I at private ea'e durins the day. Come earty and r t rour surrlv. btore lor rer .nJ fi t'urw fur aale. KKID l.R'i.. U Jefferson st. M. C. CAY' K t Cn . Ao-ii' neer.. 1- atLLaa. MILLER & MILLER, . ATTOHN EYH AT LAW 4-lil TANOLA. MIsS.