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CANDIDATES.' fTEARE AUTHORIZED to announce W Hon. JOHN W. LEFTWIOU asa can didal for re-election to the Congress of Uie SPECIAL CARDS. "T GAYOSO SAVINGS INSTITITION. MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE, Banking House 11 Madison St. This Intitutlon, organised In ISM, ha Veen In eontinnoni and successful operation for the prut tan years, oontinoes to transact a QENEHAIj E5CHAKQE AND BANKING BUSINESS. Will recelTe Deposits, Buy ud Bell Foroign & Domestic) Exohange, Hold, Sliver d Uncarreat Mono jr. SELLS Kxchang In sum to suit purchasers, n London hd all the leading oitioi of the United States, and will mad collection! on U acnossiblo places in the Sui(h and West. . ' . E. M. AYEBI, Cashier. ,101 JOHN C. IANIF.R, President, FOR RENT. TWR RENT A COTTAGE ITOUSE. RENT r low to a food tenant. Apply at No. ,81 Monroe street. i 10R KKN I ELEGANTLY FURNISHED I' ROOMS- Arply at Wo. w Monroe it. mi TjXlIl KENT-TWO NBAT COTTAGES.- I On new eottuge.on Dunroeitreot, between Poplar street and Ohio Kailroad. with three rooms, besides kitchen, servant' room and storeroem; alto, a cottar newly repaired, on Echols street, near Vanne, four room, largo yard, eto., will be rontod low to rood tenant. Applv to C. C WARD. Of Ward k Lcfluer. 215 Main afreet, ' inn Opposite WorriBln Hnnsw. WANTS. WANTED TIIKEK GIRLS,' AT THE Allen llouse waaherTlronerandpantry- WANTED CAUPENTKK8 AND BU1L durs to get the best and chcupeit SASH, DOORS. BLINDS A"D MOULD1K08. , , ' . , J. WARWICK, ! ' Corner Third and Overton streets. ANTKD-A OOOD COOK, WASHER and ironer, white or colored. Apply nt 122 thin office. WANTED BOARD. AND A ROOM without furniture by a single gentleman, in a private family. Suburban residence pre ferred. Address . II . B., Publio Ledger. W WANTED A SITUATION (A WHOLE salo Grocery pruferred) by a j-onna-man who is conversant with the business, and whose connections in Tennessee and Mississippi ere numerous. Best city references given. Salary a secondary object. Address "A. B" cor Kinipmn, lladden Co., No. 202 Front street, M emphis. , 100 WANTED TO EXCMANflK A FINE FARM, s'xteen miles south of Memphis, near Miss. A 1'enn. H. R., for a (Tenant ttock oi Dry Honda. Apply immediately at , , TAYLOR, (JAY A RUTLAND'S, : ' t9 301 Front street I ANTED. KELLOGG'SU.S. MEKCAN IV.TILK KRHISTKK wants .mart, intelli gent arenta. Tin Ckrutiun iSUiwiarti (Cleve land) sayai '.'It is a eompleto book of refer ence for business men on the thousand and ono matters which they need to inquire about ev. cry day. . Within s thousand pares there is compressed more of the right kind of knowl edge, with less needless material, than we have cror known before." No competition. Soils well. Only $3. Sent postpaid. Spesi men pages free. Y. D. KELLOGU, 116 Nassau street. New York 101 WANTED. LIVE MEN 'ASAOESTS and partnors, with from $10 to $200. Live agents muke from $20 to $25 por day. Apply at NoKN Jefferson st,, east of the bridge, lift WANTED. BOARDERS, AT 17 LINDEN street. Have three nice rooms, well furnished, for families. Locution healthy and dry. Apply on tha premises. ;, 7H-1"3 AV f ANTED Old Cast lion, v ' j -: Old Wroughl lion, 'J Old Copper, Bras and Lead. At WESTERN FOUNDRY. 7M01 Shelby street, opp. tlnyngp House. FOR SALE. IXIR SALE A NO. I HORSE AND BUGGY. Apply at No. II M ndinn St.. up sluirs. 101 TXm SALE FURNITURE. I HAVE A J handsome lot of Furniture for salo at Ipw figures. Apply soon at luy residence, on Pop lar street (extended), or to Moody A Wiuiluh, No. 4 Brailey Block. 101 JOHN IMILL8. FOR SALE. TYPE METAL (BETTER than babbet) fursale low, by ! WHITMORK BROS.. Ptint.if! Lrnopa office. HOARDING. BOARDING. FAMILIES OR SINGLE gentlemen can obtain board and good roums, also day boarders can br accommodated at 3iH Second street, between bayoso and Peal Itreats. . ?,"Iltf 1 VOARDING TWO GENTLEMEN WITH I) their wives, and several day boarders, can bo accommodated at 22 St, Martin sU, at rates t suit tlietiines. 101 " AY BOARD. A FEW GENTLEMEN 1 can b accommodated with Day Board, with prioe to suit the dull times, by early ap plication at No. 110 Last Court street, two S'o ires fr Hn the pnrlr. lO1 . ESTRAY. CTC-r R F. W A R D. STRAYED OFF P XiUon the 201 h of April, a red COW expected to calve in May, with both ears split a white spot aiross the butt of her tail, bianded on the left hip bir not yet grown out. Ih nlmve reward will be paid for her return to I'AT. SHANLY, Winchester avenue, near Memphis and Ohio R. W. work-li"p. W NOTICES. XTOTICE.-I WILL NOT SETTLK ANY l bills, nnlosa contracted by me or by my written order. , DREYFUS, 10.-) ' ' ' No. : Bral stroot. "VViTflCK-MY WIFE, Ms. MARY riPEl'K. 1M having left ray bed and board, from Cl tunwMid Point, Arkansa", without any Provp ratinn, this is to nntily the public that 1 will not be responsible for any d.htj she ";" irH. LA " RKNCL el hi a. Memphis. June 11. SVlll toTICK-NO BILLS WTILL BK PAID BY L Whitmere Bros, unless entraetd by in inpson. or by my written. nM0 VTOTK-E-NO BILLS WILL BE PAID BY 1 W. N. Eakin Jk Co., unless ontracU l ly in person, or b, m, wr!en r;l-AKJ!T rh"i:irr4. IV?. V- Losjn T OTOK MTPl.Ain-A TERTATIf VRO I i missory Ni.to fur deled Dectmber H, and due twelve n.nf ai after dale, drawn l.y Charles Krana. and enyabk t.. W. II. Cotton r order, an 1 indor-ed V. . Cotton, has been lHit or mislaid. All perns are cautioned from buying or trading tor said not, py ni'nt has L.cn st.,p4. A tuital.Ie reward will be paid for said nle, if the same is loft at rn, efliee. No. 2. Third nyM. I'llILIC LEDGES NEWSPAPiR XD- JOB O 1 PICE FOIl S1LH. rlMIH f'KCEA K TP OVK Of TPK rHO- I iinrtn" cl lh I'l sue l.toora nrvr. nn J"b 1H a'tarhr rrn lm a eal"- "I onf- k.ir ik .iM-.ftiet nerr. i a. ser- vivinr psi-tm r, iw ertr ts"ilnle tb. ef lt. rnil the p.rinrtiip dir. .bio.dw ikat tl, ewlire pr"Trtv m the r"Pv d eft'. ,n.) t'--t will. il bf..ld. The hire is ,t,nH. and ( psner tea lark rtate ef i,..i.tniv. 1 h. m.lridt is ast'y w. end ,.f lh rrr Vx-.l ilrTi-t"M. Tie J' f-hr i, our nf the Iti in iti 8.iS. ad enioy. t he a.li .M sre if a rrnlsr ra.l..rr. J fi s int I rirrvlan.-n. we c m tt.at th I'l n ic l.r-...a 'uri.&Mor any oiber pai in tbe Male korte & Mcdonough, GAS AND STEAM FITTER?, . .. .... .. ..... 'l ! 344 Socond Street, OPPOSITE GREENLAW OPERA HOUSE. rpilK ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC IS 1 respectfully failed to our new and oomploto stock of GAS AND COAL OIL FIXTURES, of all desorlptions. Pumps, Water Closets. BaG Tubs, MarLle Wash Stands, Sheet Lead end Lead Pipes, Wrought Iron, Gas and btoiiin Pips and Fittings always on hand. We aroat all times prepared to Introduce into Buildings GaB and AVutor l?Ipc, od th most reasonable terms. KORTE KcDONODOH, ' ' 844 Second Street, ' 67-1 :V4 Opr. Greenlaw Opera Uouso. A.A.r0OLIY. I. M. BAHN'trU. r. D. BABN'VM. , POOLEY, BARXLM & CO., , . , DKALEKS IN .., Watches, Diamonds, Fine Jewelry, Solid Silver and Silver-Plated Ware, '' Clocks, Fancy Goods, Etc Our Stock li roplete with th FINEST", LATEST AND HOST ELEGANT STYLES of th above Goods, and at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES .; froii cash; ,C'C ' No. i3 Main Street Ocxrner of Court. -12 PUBLIC LEDGE1 Office. JJ"o. la ldion Htroet. 1 ,i LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION theoity: MKMPHIHi I Tneaday Evenlag, Juno 25, 1867 Address bt.Oiw, ALCOEN.-rFrom the following )ettor from General Alcorn, it will be. teen ; that he will address our citizens to mnrrow evening : FsiAa'a Point, Miss., June 22, 18tf. To Mossrs. J. T. Swain, R. C. Brinkloy. W. B. UGroenlaw, L. J. Dupre, and others i I '-- Gektlkxek : , la reply to your call, through a city journal, inviting me to address tbe people) of Memphis on the political issues of the day, at such time as mifiht be suited! to my convenience, has beea received. I am grateful, gen tlemen, for the compliment you pay met but am distrustful of my ability to throw any new light on tlie important questions in which we are involved. I will, nevof thele8!, take pleasure in addressing such of the" people of your city as may honor me with their presence at the City Conrt room on Wednesday evening, 2Cth iiist., at seven o'clock. - ' i I have the honor, gentlemen, to sab scribe myself veryr espectfully, etc., , J. L. Aloosx. Asbcbt Festival. The festival under the auspices of the ladies of Asbury Chapel for the purpose of raising fuods to renovate their church, will be con tinued at Stillman Hall to-night and to morrow evening. The magnificent china set that was to have been voted to the favorite Masonic lodge is now a candi date for the most popular married lady a worthy offering. The gold-headed cane for the city official will be awarded at eleven to night ; Alderman Lynn still heads the list. A fine wine set is to be given to the favorite lawyer, a silver pitcher and goblets to a merchant, and an elegant prize for the neatest house keeper. A 6 ne cake was voted to Miss Mollie Pi ice as the prettiest young lady, and not a capo to Miss Maggie Price, as the types, mado as say yesterday. A pleasunt time may be anticipated at the festival to-night, and all who can attend should be there. Extkksivc reduction in dry goods at Mack Bros, k Bobra's. Th Races. A grand trotting race will come off at the Memphis Trotting Park this afternoon at three o'clock. For the first race, mile heats, best thrpe in five in harness, and to rule, W. II, Jackson enters b. h. Screwdriver; J. H. Carrier enter g. g Avalanche ; James Cowan eaters g. m. Dolly Day. For tlie second race, a match of $250 a side, a single (lash of half a mile, catch on each, Wm. Gimaon enters b. m. Sallie Thomas ; Peter ConnoUy enters a. in. Maid of Memphis. , IsTiassTi.xoEsTSRTAijriiKXT.-A grand literary and musical entertainmcat will take place at the Tabernacle oa Conrt street to-night, in aid of the fund for the relief of the widows and orphans of Con federate aoldier. A brilliant array of amateur Ultbl have volunteered and will do their bst ca the occasion. We learn that a bridal party, immediately after leaving the church, will visit the Taber nacle and remain during the exercises. Late Pa nut V are ander many oblifations to Albert Beer, . newsdealer, 2.-7 Main street, lor late papers lrom various piir.'.s of tbe compass. THE PAVING CONTRACT. 1 A Big Tbl$g Tha Lowest Bid Re- A meeting of the City Council was held yesterday for the purpose of receiv ing the report of the Finance Committee in regard to awarding the) contract for paving certain streets with the Nichol son pavsmont, payment to be made in six per cent city bonds. The committee reported receiving the following bids: i ' Tour committee would report that they have received bids for paving sundry streets with Nicholson pavement for six per cent city bonds, as follows : Hopper &, Montgomery Jefferson street, $5 45 ; new curbing, (1 75 ; re setting, twenty cents, j ; Same Poplar street, f5 50 ; new curbing, f 1 73 ; resetting,, twenty cents. Same Beal street, $5 55; new curb ing, fl 75; resetting, twenty cent. Same Desoto street, $5 CO; nw curbing, $1 76 resetting, twenty cents. Same Shelby street, $5 25; new curb ing, tl 75'; resetting, twenty cents, j . Samej Charleston avenue, 5 45 ; new curbing, f 1 75 ; resetting, twenty cents. , Same Old Madisen street, $5 40; new cnrbg, $1 TJ t resetting, twenty cents. - ', ' ' .' " . : . ' Taft, Hopper & .Montgomery Main street, $5 75; new curbing, tl 75; re setting, twenty cents. ' ' , I . Taylor, MoBaln 4 Baldwin AH tie streets, $7 74; new curbing, $2 93; re setting, forty-one cents. J Jones & Greenlaw All tho Btreols, $5 48; ui curbing, $2 50. , i Tbe bids of .Messrs. Jones & Greenlaw and nopper 4 Montgomery will aggro sate about the same amount on tbe whole contract. Ia view of the magni tude of the work, its especial influence and bearing upon the financial welfare of the city, and the importance of cer tain and speedy, execution of the con tract on the terms proposed, we would report in favor of awarding the contract to Messrs. Jones 4 Greenlaw. j Alderman Amis desired to know the difference ' between - the .' bids, wbep Alderman Lynn, ,, chairman c of the Finance. Committee, , , said it was bout -ill, 000, and that ' the commit tee desired to give the contract to Green law & Jones because they were reliable and-wealthy men. .' Alderman Glantjey wanted to give the contract to Hopper 4 Montgomery, the lowest bidders. Alder man Townsend was in favor of Greenlaw 4 Jones; he was not satisfied with, the security offered by the other parties. Aldermen Smith, Shaw, Fasamore and Amis spoke in favor of giving the work to the lowest bidder. Alderman Town send made a long speech to show that the lowest bid was not always the cheapest. Alderman Wickersham would not bind himself to give the work to the lowest bidder. ; ; Alderman Passmore thought that wealth and standing did not always make honest men.' ' No ono could doubt tho character of Commodore Montgomery or Mr, Hopper. They wero contractors of standing, but if the Board was willing to give away so much of the people's money let them do it, but it would be to their shame. A motion was finally car ried to refer tho matter to a Committee of the Whole to meet this evouing at four o'clock. The bid of Montgomery & Hop per is $24,556 65 lower than that of Greenlaw 4 Jones, but the Mayor and Finance Committee are in favor ; of awarding the contract to tho latter, be cause they are rich and reliable. lr we ay closing out eur stock in thirty days, we mean what wo say. We are bound to close out. the damaged stock of all goods at any price. ' , ' M. Ksuvs 4 Co., 1 No. 213 Main street, noxt to Ward. 4 ' . LeGuere's drug store. ' t ' Hon. J. W. Leftwich's ArroiXTMBSTs. The Hon. John W. Leftwich and others will address their fellow citizens at the following times and places (commenc ing at eleven o'clock each day), to-wit : ' Somerville, Fayctto county, Monday, juiy i. Grand Junction, Hardeman county, Tuesday, July 2. Saulsbury, Hardeman county, Wed nesday, July 3. j Pocahontas, Hardeman county, Thurs day, July 4. Bethel, McNairy county, Friday, July 5. Adamsville, McNairy county, Saturn day, July C. Huggin's store, McNairy county, Mon day, Jnly 8. , Cotton Ridge, McNairy county, Tues-. day, July 9. Medea, Madisoa connty, Wednesday, July 10. Denmark, Madison county, Thursday, July 11. Gadsden, Madisoa county, Friday, July 12. Shelby Depot, Shelby, county, Satur day, July 13. ; Bell's Station, Haywood county, Tues day, July 10. " ... Cagervilrn, Haywood county, Wednes day, July 17. Hart's store, Haywood county, Thurs day, July 18. Dancyville, Haywood county, Friday, July 19. Mason's Depot, Tipton county, Satur day, July 20. Covington, Tipton county, Monday, July 22. Portersville, Tipton county, Tuesday, July 23. Cuba, Shelby connty, Wednesday, July 11. - - Bartlett, 1 Shelby connty, Thursday, July 25. i . . Galloway, Shelby county, Saturday, July 27. ' His opponent, Hon. D. A. Xuoo, is respectfully and urgently invited to b present an4 participate ia the discus-'oD- A T iw more lawns at fifteen cents per yard left at Lindauer 4 Poliuck's, 2? Main street, 10) Choliba is Mkmpbis. The Rnd Diari rhea Remedy immediately checks diar rhea, vomiting and cramps. For infants it baa no equul. . It cools thot stomach, quid lliu' uci ves, uud lustes so well, ihiit all love it It is decidedly the re medy for the times, and is fur, far superior to ny preparation put up by druggists whd know nothing' about tbe treatment of diseases. Ours is prepared by physicians, who ',' know whereof they speak," and every family should procure a bottle. Sold by all druggists. , ... ': . P.'ftuMMekft 4 Co.,1 1 , 101 391 Main street Shloss ft Bro., 247 Kalu street, are posi tively selling off regardless f eest, t close business. Tbey sell fast-eolored Prints at 10 to IA cent per yard, warranted ; yard wid Bedtlcklng, 89 cntt ; Mosquito Bars, 90 cents ; good quality Domestics, 9 eents per yard; Linen Handkerchiefs as low as 13 cents ; Ladies' Hose, 10 cents par pair ; Corsets only 64 enU.. AV advise you to give them a call and examine for your selves. Mozahbique8, lawns, poplins, beregos, grenadines, at twenty-five cents pej yard tbe greatest bargains of the day at Lindauer 4 Pollock's, 299 Main street. ... , 1 ,1 ir :'.,'. ,v- t Gas and Steam Pirss. Korte 4 McDonough, at their establishment, 344 Second street, have- a fine assortment of gas and Steam pipes, , gas fittings, etc., which they are prepared to sell at rates that cannot fail to please the public If you need anything in their line call and see them. They'll treat you well and furnish you with anything you want at cheap rates. L T v .1 Bisuop Qointabd is said to be lying very ill at Rome, Georgia! 1 1 n OrJoOmoie,--Tha Public Lupma job printing department has been lately supplied wilb the latest aud most ap proved patterns of type, borders and presses, and is better prepared than ever to accommodate the - mercantile public Our prices will continue to be the mos reasonable in the city, while our wirk is guaranteed to give satisfaction. We have the miff wmyl6ie printing office, in the city, and will continue to give our cus tomers inducements no-. others? i this market can afford. Call and see. j t - - ,. . , I Notice to Tax-paters. On tbe 1st July next, I will issue distress warrants against all persons who fail to pay their taxes for the 40th corporate year. j Partiesiin 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 eb forced against delinquents. John H. Bowen, 104 City Tax Collector.. Tnt best linen cuffs and sleeves at 25 cents per pair, at Lindauer 4 Pollock's, 299 Main street.' , n ' ' ' 100 Musical Soibke. There was a grJod attendance at the Greenlaw Opera House last evening to witness the entertainment given by the pupils and teachers of the School of the Holy Cross, i Sevrarsngs and recitations were given with fineefiect by the pupils, while tbe singing of Miss Bradford, as usual, was enthusiastically applauded.' The audience' appeared to be well pleased with tho entertainment - - - - 1 Can't be Done. It is no use in talk ing, Henry G. Hampo's bath rooms can not and never will be beat, because Henry kuows how to koep 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 cents with Hfnry, it may save you a big doctor bill. ' 77-102 Corsets at fifty cents only, at Lin dauer 4 Pollock's, 299 Main st . 100 ?. Gentlemen who want cloth, cassi- meres, ren'dymade clothing, shirts, draw ers, socks, neck ties, and, in fact, a com plete stock of furnishing goods will do well to. attend the closing, out sale of damaged goods, at M. Kraus 4 Co.'s, No. 213 Main street, next to Ward 4 LeGuere's drug store.- ., ; t Sqmetuinq Tbat We Can't Compse. hesd. How it is that Reld 4 Bro., 151 Jefferson street, can afford to sell their clothing, furnishiug goods, and make clothes to cider, at such remarkably low prices iu comparison with other houses. If yon want U wear good clothes and be economical call on the above firm. 103 Seal Valencia Thread, Cluney, and Glm pure Laces and Edging ; also, Black Thread Edging selling regardless of eost r value, at Shloss Bro.'s, 247 Main street. 89 Chamber or Commerce. According te announcement the regular monthly meeting of the Chamber or Commerce was to have been held yesterday. At the' appointed hour the President and Secretary were present, but the rest of the members were invisible. A motion to adjourn was carried unanimously. Buiolart. The drug store of Dr. Peanell, 137 Union street, near Desoto, was entered last night by burglars, who turned the store key in the lock with a pair .of. aippers., The confiscated a coat, a lot of cigars, fcnd about fifteeen dollars in money, when they departed after scattering some of the drugs around. Still Lower, Goods falling at Mack Bros. 4 Bohm's, opposite Court Square. - x , ' . 1 f J H Criminal Court. In this court this morning tbe caaa of M. Combs, jr., for rape, was taken up, when the prisoasr's coonael moved to quash tha indictment on the ground that the prosecutrix was a married woman, and therefore unable to prosecute. The motion prevailed and tie prisoner was discharged. Tableaux. The box office at the New Memphis Theatei is now oren, and all persons who desire to secure seats for the exhibition to morrow night should avail themselves of . the opportunity. The tableaux, under the supervision of Mrs. Thompson, are bound to be a success. Just Racaitsa Another lot of thirty apring hoop-skirts, at one dollar, at Lin dauer 4 Pollock's, 2?9 Main street 100 Official Drawings ef the Klssouri StaU Lottery. ' , . C7a 897 Drawn June .25, 18G7. 45, 30, 75, 50, 17, 67. 43, 25, 35, 52, 12, . v . 15, V. .. .; Class M8-Vrawn June 25, 1HG7. 1 CI, II, 29, 13, 12, C9, 41, 39, 74, 50, 28, 23. This lottery is drawn twice each dy. Over $100,000 in prizes is paid each day. It is the only lottery In which the prizes are all cask. It hos been drawn for over forty years. Tickets cost from twenty five cents to twenty-five dollars. It is the only lottery in which yoa can get a ticket with any number on it you wish. Call or send for a circular. - Geo. W. Van Voast, , . . Southern Agent, ' ' 20 Jefferson st, and 22 Gayoso st - Suutu Mknpbis Division No. 48, Soks of Temperance, Tbe regular meeting for tho election of officers will be held Tuesday evening, 25th inst, at 8 o'clock. All members are requested and expected to be in attendance. By order of the W. P. ' '.;' FL Haley, R. S. Save Time and Labor. At Mr. S. M. Guest' s store on Hernando street, imme diately south .of South street,' persons can purchase corn, oats, provisions, etc., at as cheap rates as at any store in the oity. Planters can thus save time, haul ing, etc., which is quite an item at the present time. . . . ' ; : 102 Trottino Pare Garden. The Trot ting Park Garden has been reopened for the accommodation of the public, and a ball will be given there every Monday and Friday night The best of wines, liquors and cigars are for sale at the bar at all hours of the day or night' ' Fine embroidered bands at 60 cents, at Lindauer 4 Pollock's, 299 Main street Police Court. Twenty-three cases were on the docket this morning, and one hundred and eleven dollars assessed for fines. Those who . did not appeal went on tho chaingang to work their fines out, and nary a cent was collected. ' i ' Hesperian ' Balm " is delightful for the' complexion it removes and pre vents tan, ' freckles, sunburn, etc., and makes the skin beautifully fair and Btnoolh. - Price fifty cents, at the drng stores. Wm. D'oench 4 Co., proprietors, St Louis. - ' ,Oor damaged stock of dry gooda, clothing, boots and shoes, must be sold in thirty ' days, regardless of cost or value. M. Kracs 4 Co., j No, 213 Main street, next to Ward '4 LeGuere's drug store.' t KiLLEp. A negro , deck hand on the steamer Rose Hambleton felt through tbe hatchway into the hull yesterday evening, and received such severe, inju ries that he died a short time afterwards. .. t. : , ,.v I . Musical. Prof. C. P. Winkler, one of our best musicians, will give instructions in music during the summer months. Orders should be left at Katzenbach's,' or Bernard 4 McCIure's music stores. Call immediately at Lindauer 4 Pol lock's, 299 . Main street, and secure the greatest bargains in all kinds of goods. Ladies if you wish bargains, go to Shloss 4 Bro.'s before you purchase else where, for they are really selling cheaper than any house in the city, at 217 Main street . :- '''. 99 Cholera A certain preventive for this ' disease can be found at drug store No. .69 Adams street Satisfac tory references given. Also, a pill to relieve the bad effects of excessive drinking. 105 Irish Linens regardless of eost. r ' SHLOSS & BRO., 99 247 Baia street Stealing a Shotgun. John Brady and Tom Brown, members of the macke rel brigade, have been arrested for steal ing a double-barreled shotgun, the property of W. J. Elliott Call and examine goods and prices at Mack Bros, 4 Bohm's. We would call especial attention to the advertisement of our friend,. John D. Coffee, in another column, offering a lease upon a very snugly improved Court street home for sale. . Don't fail to look at those cheap do mestics at M. Kraus 4 Ca's, No. 213 Main street, next to Ward 4 LeGuere's drug store. . The goods must be sold in thirty days. ; t Wanted. A good cook, washer and ironer, white or colored. Apply at this office. 102 The finest confectioneries in the city at Berton's, corner Poplar and Fourth streets. ; . 99 4 4 bleached domestics at fifteen cents per yard worth fully twenty five cents at Lindauer 4 Pollock's, 299 Main street K look to your interest and Sxamins for yourselves. Hoop-skirts selling at only 75 cents te II at Shlosa Bro.'s. 247 Xaia street. w Shippers of oils, etc, thould use the railroad can, manufactured by Thomas Jukes, 2S3 Second street 116 Ice Cream, the best in the city at Berton's saloon, corner Poplar and Fourth. ' ' ' - ' 99 Deeps, Leases, Bills of Ladiug, Dray Tickets, and all kinds of Blanks for sale at this office. ' ' t NraevxD Scrapers, only fT 00. Mad iaxia street Tbeat Hamilton.. Land aid City Lot Plats printed at the LDa office, any sire, at short no tice. Satisfaction guaranteed. t Corrws Planters, the bst for f 15 00, Maaiaon street Tbeat 4 Hamilton. Old fca'.Lcrs male Dtw, 49 Market st Tho Port of Memphis. The river came to a stand yestorday evening, aud is now rising slowly at this pniut - Business was decidedly dull at tbe landing this morning. The following are the arrivals and departures: ' Arrivals. - Norumn, Louisville. ' City of Alton, Ht Louis. EL M. Shreve,.St Louis. ' DoDartures. J. D. Perry, Evansville. , , Belle Memphis, St Louis. : II. M. Shreve, Vicffsburg. Rose Hambleton, White river. - Boats in Fort. Commorcial, Sam J. Hale, Celeste, City ef Alton, Mollie Hambleton, Norman. Boats Leaving To-Day, Wliite River, The reliublo steamer Commercial, Captain W. J. Ashford, do parts for White rivor at five o'clock this evening. Her official duties are attended to by -John S. Sullivan and Alex. Wad dull. A good boat, with a clevor set oi officeM. St.' Francis Ricer. At five o'clock this evening the beautiful steamer Mollie Hambleton departs for the St Francis river in charge of Capt. T. R. Bowman. Capt Tom Day is her clerk. Cairo and St. Louis. Tha swift City of Alton, with thn gallant Captain Sam McPheeters in command, departs for Cairo and St Louis this evening at five o'clock. The accomplished William McCraight attends to her duties. , Louisville aji . CiiusimaU. The S. J. Hale departs at 5 o'clock this evening for Cairo, Louisville and Cincinnati. Captain W. P. Walker commands, end E. C. Miller is her efficient clerk. - Uleaeltaneous. The river is rising slowly from St Louis to this point The Ohio is on the decline, with a little over five feet in the canal. The Arkansas streams are fall ing, with a good stage of water in each. - Steamboatmen ean save money by get ting their printing executed at the Pun lic Ledger office, eur arrangements en abling us to do work at rates, that will compare with any establishment id the West We invite steamboatmen to ex amine bur styles of work and prices, t ; Special Notices. .'' Special Notices will be inserted In this col umn for ton oenta per line for each insertion. The Healing Fool, and House of M eroy. IToward Association Reports, for YOUNG MEN. on tieCHIME OF SOLITUDE, and the EBRORS, ABUSES and DISEASES which destroy the manly powers, and create impedi ments to MAURI ACE, with sure means of re lief, gent in Bealed letter envelopes, free ol charte. Addross, Dr. J. SKILLIN nOUGH TON, Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa. . 67-111 The Great Need Supplied ! Fills have beon swallowed in millions. Solves have beoe rubbed in by the pound. Dr. M-iooui.'a two grand specifics are patting an end to .this wholesale system of medication. One of his famous pills i a dose. A box ef his healing salve is of more value, as a remedy for ulocrous and eruptive disoases, tb.au a ship's ok'go of the ointments advortised to cure everything, bat aro all, in fact, ither useless or deleterious. Dr. Maookil's motto is conukntratior. He has placed in the smallest oornpass the active principle of the most potent vegetablospcciScs. There Una minora! in bis Fills they do not yripe they do not enfeeble. They create a vigorous arpetite.and correspon Jinglystrcc'th en tho digestion. They tune the livtr, dear' th head and steady the nerves. .' 'i No form of scrofulous diseue ean resljt the disenfectent operation of the Salve. Tumor Abscesses, Salt Kbeum, Boils, Pimples, Pus tules, etc., are thoroughly eradintcd by this unrivaled modieino. In fact, Maooikl's Bil 100a, JJvur'itriio and Diabbhka Fills cure where all others fail. While for Burns, gcnlds. Chilblains, Outs, and ull abrasions of tbe skin, Maggiel's Salve is infallible. Sol 1 by J. Mag giel, 43 Fulton street. New York, andlall Drug gists, at 25 cents per box. . , "CocntkefeitsI Buy folMaggiof Pills or Salve with a little pamphlet inside the box. They aro bogus. Tha genuine havsnaino of J. Ilaydock on boi with name ef J. Mngsiel, M. D. The genuine have (he Pill surrounded with whit powder." ' y " 4-H8 ITotica. Wa earnestly request our friends not to pay more than five cents a copy for tho Public Lkdolb, Wo sell to the newsboys at two cents a copy, thus tallowing K lie in evor! a hundred per nrf.fit on cvrv Ti.ner. Monetary and Commercial Cottoa Market. Iu consequence of a decline of d, telegraphed from Liverpool, the market this morning is dull, and a half cent lower than yesterday. Middlings would not bring over 23c Receipts yesterday, 48 bales; exports, 200 bales. Money Market. Gold is still advancing; brokers are paying 137 ; city scrip, firm, at 65 to C8 cents; police scrip, 73 ; county warrants, 85 cents; Tennessee currency, quiet, ith but little doine, and with unchanged quotations ; Bank of Tennessee, 35 ceuts, but dull General Karket. 10 50 (3)11 00 , 0 (Ml . 0 00 0 00 0 00 ,000 r0!2 60. fell UI Mil) HI A Ml t .1 15 frt Jt (i 1 O 0 09 a g no in mi (.tin in 00 a 2 25 2S B 00 7 75 ' 5 ' (Ml 0 8 50 tol2 on (i 7 i 1 nsn. Mackerel Ko.l perbbl....l 00 24 00 " No. 2 " ......21 HO tea O0 - r'0.1 nr. bfcL ii' w " Ko.i ...,.11 in " No. 3 " lu 00 . . " N. 1. per kit. 3 21) . 1 " No. 2, " " .... 3 is) " No.J, " " -. 2 75 Dry Cod, rer pound 0 U wbita fish, perhf. bfel. ...... TOO - hire (Shad, perhf. bhls... 0 ft tint llerriiiK, per hf. bbl. Cut Herring, pet bbl GUNPOWDER. Uuartor kegs.., II ail aogs.....H......m......M K eai ... i m UARbW ARK. Nails, per kef, 10.1 to 401.- 7 "0 " "... Ki....... 7 mi 6d 775 Cut spite- S 00 Wroilk-lit boat soilcaa ....11 00 CoJlinirs, hollowwar. ft lb 0 7i 0 10 Bar iron 0i (4 0 07 ' Horse-shoe iron 0 07 10 Nail rod 0 15 k0 IU Emit stoel, English 0 25 lister steel, English...- . 0 18 Herman stoel 0 IS HIDES, per lb. Oreon -. ...... PS Orocn, salt 0 111 Dry, flint.... - 0 In ury. Baiiwi.... ii u im u in nOMINV. per barrel S 00 (4 60 UAKU, per pound, la tierce 0 12! 0 13 In kegs.MM.. 0 13 6b) 0 M LEAD. Bar. north 11 0 0 12 LbAlLlt-.K, per in. Chestnut oak, sole.... 0 41 Uppor, pdol 3" IK) .French calf, do till M) American do 42 00 IIotuIik k solo per lb. . i) 4' Skirting. 0 3 T.TUT L- Alabama VIHO ni hamld and half bblfl Now OrlcttiiM, now ... OILS, per ialioD. CO&1 Lard ........ Linsoed - Train..... Bonsine Turpentine Paris Vf bits, berth... PROVISIONS. 1'orK, mesa, per bbl.. rnioe, t bbl . 2 25 . 2 50 - 1 25 ... 0 80 ... 0 V) - 1 00 0 4fl - 1 20 1 00 1 Mt 0 ftt 1 00 0 08 a o .) 20 ?022 (4 0 lliJ (1 0 18 H 0 10 (4 AM (42 OH (mil ISI la.1,2 IK) ut 0 45 U-42 il J50 S 75 a 1 55 0 B5 C'O 1 INI m 1 5u ( 0 55 1 no a iw 0 1 U 0 ii m l in J 0 I'l 22 00 ...SO IS) . 8 111 (X) Clenr sides, per lb..... 0 13 Break fiutt, per lb 0 15 Shoulders " ...... 0 10 Clear rib sidos 0 11 Haws, stmar-cured...... Dressed iloKS, V lb...-. Beef. mess. bbl , Ueef. dried. ft 0 20 R0PB. Cotton rope 0 fiv Manilla rope............ 0 2i Machine.............. 0 12 Hand 0 11 11 quid Packing 0 30 lllOf.. per pound, la barrels RUflA R. cer round. urusncd ana powaerea...... u it Clarified, A, B.C 0 ID Brown . ............. 0 14 SALT, per barrel............... 3 25 SHOT. .patent, v bag.............. a im . 3 W 23 00 (all on ft) 0 14 at o Hi o n fee 0 12 o ifttya o in CI V C21 (HI (4 0 21 Buck. bear. SOAP, per pound. Dorman ... Palm Common .... SODA, per pouad........ SpAClisl, Allspice Cloves Oiuger -.. Kutmeirs Pepper Mustard ... TAB. kegs, nor dos...-. TEA. per pound. . uroen . lilaik...... ..... . TOBACCO, perpouud. V lrjnnla Black Sweet, 10s. Navy. Bs Medium, fa .. V mi Medium bright, fis- 0 90 (1 0 75 0 27 Id) 0 VIM 0 0 li 0 11 9 0 13 CI 174 9 0 17 a o wa O 3 50 a & 3 M 3 7) n 012 W 0 !'. (a) 0 (18 0 0 12 a n S3 4 0 Wl Id) 0 33 S 1 60 0 W 1 25 0 10 0 08 0 07 0 11 0 31 0 0i 0 27 1 :v 0 35 1 00 IW & 7 oo 1 75 1 00 no 0 70 0 80 ALK. per naif barrel. .. . BAiiUINO, per yard. ladia. Power-1 oom . . BAGS, UUNNV; Itew... 0 0 50 ,- J : Second-hand.. BROOMS, per doree,... LitkA.s, par biuneu Nary..... .... BUTTKK, per pound. Tubs 'and Pails.. CA5D.LKS, per pound, CAPS. II u,f l'rj.. KB. lii K'ey's K II. Y b-fl Fley's PB. lisu- OHMENT, r barrel X)AL, per hairel, 1 ittsbura .-...-.. estera itexrve- .... o Factory 8 Eriih Dair.. 0 CHICKENS, per d sen 4 Terk-Ta, i-er aoaen .i.m COFFEK, pe pound. J,,'."ZZZ!r 0 Lstas'Ta .... . i COR?? MKAL. 4 CRACKERS, Baitar Sia A e Of) e o oo a 34 20 4 75 . i I ,2 0 ) a 3 00 9 2) ' fl li o 15 e o jo ft 9 55 ( 0 i ( 1 " 1 50 115 17 I 1 w s o y :i uiii III ui "i U) D Surer !'. perdoaeav IKiLV, B ay. per Urn. liay, infener.- braa 9 & a o 3 u a 6 ui a o 10 (. e ii u fl 11 M Core, per keshd.. VLOU K. prt barrel. Law riaprl:i.- Supertna . , f-lBl K xrr O I I' .orie extra -1 -' Cbi.ee ItouHa Katra 1 V aorv r.rr d . i " i FRUIT. pr barrt. Appies. rieo.. e i I-ne! an Dried pevrLC. Lva- 0 . m "5 m ) ill ( ii v n 75 9 so m n t i'l r.) ia mi rt U " I --,a 01? 00 t- V 0 II a 2 oo 0 1 60 l oo W 0 75 0 70 (4 0 70 (4 1 00 -.115 ft 1 20 1 25 & 1 60 . fi 00 (9 5 50 , 4 no s no 0 30 0 35 1 90 2 SO ,2 50 (4 3 DO 3 00 (4 8 00 7 00 (4 9 00 YEAST POWDERS, per doien, Mem. them. Mills, 'i lbs... g 3 Z5 (at ,j z Hood brikht do Fin natural leaf. VEGETABLES, Fotalec, new, T bbl... Onions, new, per bbl.. VINKUAK. per gallon . WHISK V, pot guJlon, Common Imitation Bourbon.. Kentucky Bourbon. WOOD, per cord Pioneer. S lbs Prct.m k Merrill's.. 3 00 3 21 (it 3 40 STEAMBOATS. SEMIS AXD MOUND CITY PACKET. PEOSTA. MARK K. CHEEK, - - Master. T EAVES THE TTSdINiI. -rr-a. Jj fool of Adams street, at n - - i and 11 o'clock a.m., and 3 and 5:30 o cluck p.m. Leaves Mound City nt 0 and II o'clock a.m., and 1 nn.l 5 o'H.x-k p in. 75-12 GREAT AUCTION SALE AT I1EID fc BRO.'S, . 15 12 Jellerson Street. rpilE LARGEST FTOCK"0F GOODS TIIAT A has ever been offered at PUBLIC AUCTION Inllthiarcily.lcmbracing Fine and Medium Clothing, PIECE GOODS, AND A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF Fui'iiisliing- Goods. SALE TO COMMENCE AT 7 O'CLOCK P.M. Will sell at private sale during the day. Come early and ?et your i ujipfy. htore lor rent and filtnros for sale. KK1D I1KO.. I.i'i Jefferson St. M. P. C.A Yl'K A CO., Auctioneers. W ATTENTION, SOl'IHEEJ MERCHANTS AND PLANIEES! FltAMi ItALLAltD, AVholpsnlc Cominission Merchant, is BOOTS AND SHOES, 3io. 13 Cortland Street, IMxCW YOK1C. AND flEXERAL KXCHANflR WARE hoase, for thereoeii-t of all Southern Pro ducts, i s t'ott..n, Wool. II i-los, Tobacco, Resin, Turpentine, Tar, Fruiis. eto.. No. 206 and 203 Franklin Street, NKW YOIUC Southern Products, as above, received at all times, in F.Xf 11 ANtl E for lt.ls, r-bi.es, Pn-vi-ioiis. eic., lor ithi(-h the highest market price will be allowej npiin arriral, and prompt re turns made. Sod ORPKKS with Invoice an i lliits Ladinjc. iit-iv.niiis and l'lantcre will "ive " qc to three orn," Ail .iU.ns Ci!T:KP.FrLLY an.wc-c-l. k'oor tvuines. an I er-1'". solicited, Aiidress, FRANK BALLARD, liCortiend Strn, N. .. t, Pt l'ffic Rnl, 4'?0. Asar-ii'-a'a frrim I' IiaST Iiisti:"? i ri'.rn. Ai VOTICE Is PERERY iilVKN THAT TH K 1 Acnusl Li.-t i f Af-aueiiis, aodcr the I o iml Keenu law. for me eoumr of Mwu-f'l'i-i. Pa suhaiirtad PW ha iaf.e-iion of nv sni a'l rc .n who r ani ly ai '-.', fr m iut 2 i'l to i-ih day of June. 17, alia ar pi-sl a ill rervivvi ai:d d. larrainf-d r-la-ln la any and all ei.-r-sne or em neons .a u ations or asee-fin.-nis auaie Lr Aa,isnt Aa-e.-rs in t A noual L.-t. A'l ai-p-als mo'i ba raade ia wri'ir anl f tne particular can-, iralfr or r--:Mt. 1 il --mi -lainu JA. S. hMIIil. Vti As-s.r lt D.tU A.-kiLiii. I'. . Itt. Bs .ct,1 f-r or An'i. y Aa.. June 1-. 1-7.