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HERNANDO INSURANCE COMPANY, No. 17 Madison Street. THIS Company Is now doingaGcneral 1 Iniu- rnnn Business. Iu atook U owned by our city nierchaMt and business men. Iu aim l lo a safe local buslness-to the n dvantag of b do ib the Company and the Policy Uuldor. 8. B. WILL1AKS0II, Fraiident. BEN. MAT, Secretary. DIItKCTOHl! A. VACCARO. 8. H. DUNSCOMB. H. II. WILLIAMSON, M. L. MKACIIAM. HENRY LAIRD. K. McDAVITT, 1. II. TOWNSKNI). SI AOSO SAVINGS I?.!TITL'T10N; MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE. Banking House 19 Madison St, Thli Institution, organised in 1858, baa keen In continuous and successful operation for the put ton yean, oontinuea lo transect a GENERAL EXCHANGE AND BANKING BUSINESS. Will receive Deposits, Buy and Sell Foreign & Domestic Exchange, Gold, Silver and Uncarrent Honey. SELLS Exohango in aumi to suit purchaser!, an London and all the leading eltiei of the United States, and will make collections on all aoceusiblo places In the South and West. E. M. AYKHT, Cashier. 2!) .IitlljV C. I,AIKR. Prcsldrnt. tWliT'SAVlNGS INSTITUTION, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, Banking House, 7 Madison St., TIIOH. FWHKR, fron't, f-RANSACTS A OENERAJ BANKING 1 and Exchange Business. Will receive do pll.itS, buy and sell Foroign and Domostio hx-,-hange. Gold. Silver, UnourreM Money, Stocks, Scrip, etc. Sis-lit Drafts, lor 1 and upward, nn Ireland, England and Sco'land s and have for rile Steam Passenger Tickets to and from Queonstown, Liverpool and New York. FOR ' RENT. TnOR RENT T1IK LAROE AND COMMO I' diou" house on the corner of tho alley no twoen Mnin end Second streets, on Adam), known as HOTEL GARNI. Ann y to known ai GE0 D CROCKETT, Aaent, 5 0 No. 270 Front street. T,T"n"i vvti linunt.K EKAMB TKNE- I ! mont, on Hill atrcet -cheap to a good tcn- ""'maLlSrY. YOUNG ANDERSON. . DO No. Ill Madison street. t30R- RENT A COTT AOK. IN (JHELS E A , r near Presbyterian Church, containing five rooms, at present occupied by uv. Mr. bum pie. APg'j FIKLD t tmnauer 1 10 2.rifl Front street. TMOR RENT.-DESIRABLE BUSINESS r Office) and Sleeping Apartments for rent in hu'ding corner Monroe streot and Center alley, Cooper B'ock. jJj'ck, FSTES ft CO., 5 j 301 Front street. F" A FRAME TWO-STORY HOUSE, nn Union street No. 202, having eight rooms, two cisterns, a aood stable and a lame garden. W N0' Frnt: .T0HNSON, T0R RKNT.-BRIOK HOUSE. WITH 10 JT rooms, No. M Second slroet, ketweon .inoksonand Overton streets. Anplv to C . .. slriswold, at Ford'a harness store, No. ii7 Mainstreel. LL? T .10 11 LK A S E In a very rood location, with seventeen rooms, water works nna gns iu uin-or nm..,.-.-, nice ynrd and wood house, for lease. A good chnnre for a hotel or boarding house. Inquire nt llie Bulletin office. l.li-l.il f ioinrifi" N T-A, TWO-STORY BRICK t House, with nil modern Improvements, en corner of Adam, .and Four,., street In- q " 3:14 Main street. Tok" KENT-STORES NO. h' k 31 POP- In- street, with twelve rooms over them. Then are fine stands for business, and only a few feet from the Overton Hotel. Kent moder to Tpnniee i-"Ho ll-f.n Cnnnting room. BOARDING. VKW HOARDERS CAN OBTAIN ROOD l,nord - 'o 117 A-tnint street. 1 10 WANTS. NTED- MUSIC TIGACIIKR. At ono of the must popular Female Schools in Arkansas Address jjr. L. B. DUKN, , Helena. Arknn.ns. ViTTnTTk i-chambeFmaids and irAkfED-rO KENT A DWELLING w House, wiin 'en or mui.o ,,M.,..r, r Ei,.,n,...l w tlnn five miinitoa' walk of Cnnrt Siuiare. 1 ho he. ol Ttercnee will bo Riven. ln4uirenttboLam.R ni.Mrt nr ,1,1 luriiip'i.-.,. - T'-lerence win uw..,.. ..... office . W lIiThe su-'url" ofth. ?lt suitable fw,. am.ll family. Title must 1 rood and roperty deairnl.ly laeated A with rhnde preferred. If do irnhlo, and cheap, n,s to . sener. stwt TI.I!SKWIN MACHINE. Price ;PT J' nes two threats, anfunnaes ".""'", Ptitch. AH oiherlow-rriccd machine? moke ri.r.,., Stit. k E'ch A"entlurnishoi' with ... STiTrii E'ch A"ent.liirnishoi' wttn , nvof Le-tcr Patent. ExcIumvo territory Kivcn. Dm i". jj" jf, UK! ACH ft CO., 'lJ-''i1- " WVanK-XTV?M m,..t i.ri.fitnbio mnchino for arents to sell. o nY.reor deduction to our onts than do most f .toer Parti" r.b"'c Lr,CJnI"?.n.nbn Tteer equal i io ..ir.... ... . icriptlv" eirculam and sample of sowing will , H..nt fro" ,,n apnneanon. HASTY A I VtvRAM. Oen'l Aajts, "15 Second street, Memphis, Tenn. V B Persons who buy machines or m tor thVi'r own use. and afterwards become acents. m il he allowed a deduction on first machine iMers hv mail from all parts of tho country iH ,nlr- nrnmpt attentlow. FOR SALE. .nil n CIIVT.VTlSfl A Nil l Vwh COUNTERS ' Puilable for eonfoe- .T...,v .hn store, or business ot nay Kind. ' Am-lv at tho corner of Shelby and vo'o sts. TiTSALK Oil LKASK.-1 ila. . uu 1 my place ot DiiJincis. or icii--"ij ,mnsible person at a ..r.u -" ,; t lb,r. . -r,,, . lanreot i.usine.-. -5'''"" ? V . Innni iv,r im rdiatelv. at Ho Second ttrcct. Inquire lor U. H. ISwr- . , ,-. ill N. ll.-l he icn'fjiL'J-flJ-i - tKASE. OK SALE-TMIKT " acres of Land.aonlainmg an mexhanstihle . , n I k.n, .itu. led on olf rimenl era jimmiw ii .. .. r,vr. with food w"'n V,nV- A 1 Via SALE. A UMIMtii' r ,iBur.. I off? r for sal- uT I luce at Horn Lake rtcmit. eoniainioK ... i.i in t.mberl. in, proremcnts fjod. ! nl a rcduci price, it " -f te be-t paees rhel.cieh!'.rh,...d..nd lie s ... hmtwo h". .Ire I vards of the Jert. I will tell the whole or d vi 1. i-t lot. of or y acre, to s.i.t rur ?h,"n Possession of h.u.e, and t.mher land iven im!n..iiate,y. are.) " " ',.TV . ft,. FOUND. 1 aiVND-OX THK VORNINU OF TPP lothlnrt.. a HAY V ARE. a years eld and ..... . l: k. ...nMI have OT wxv.iia ,rl erty eni i svmf chsrees. PP'r at v- - - ll1" NOTICES. OTICK. - . . . : : . C r . r.fitrclf or ,.ili.n made I.T n," a '',,nvVuK PUBLIC LEDGEK. Office. No. IS Hindi bo n Htreet. LAHCKST (-ITY ClKCtLATION PI K M l'HIHl Wedneiday Tivt's, Augait 14. 10G7 Arrival fed Departure of Trains. M.HSIBHirrl AND TXNNKSSIX l!.Roe, Arriee. Ihimrt. New Orleans express, dally. V45a.m. 10: Hi a.m. urn 1. ., :4iP.M. 11:011 P.M. Frelitht daily, sava Sunday. 3:15 r.u. 4:10 a.m. uaupiiia am." I'luai.asTnn aAM.Biun. Tlirouuh ox press. Haily 1U:.'S r.u. 11:10 A.M. Throuah mail, dully 1:1" r.M. MO p.m. Somerville ao. rare Sunday 8:10 a.m. 11:40 r.u, MKMPHIH AND OniO KAILtOAn. Mall Express MMr.M. 11:00 p.m. Kxprtss 10:45 a.m. 4:00 p.m. LOCALS IX I5UICF. lion. Dnn Able Lns gone to SL Louis. Col. Q K. Underwood, of tli Helena is in tho cily. IVt Uulbert (colored) has been ar rested for chicken hookery. Mr. Wm. R. Mooro left for Now York last niglit, to fan nbseHt during the eum mer. PoloLawson (colored) is in jail for taking a little piece of ropo with a mule attachment. At three o'clock yesterdny afternoon tho mercury indicated 90 in the shade and 135 in tho sun. Mujor General C. M. Wilcox, of tho late Confedorato army of Virginia, a gallant officer, is in the city. This morning business was as Ani mated throughout (he cily as a two thou sand year old Kgyplian mummy. An employe, at Odhei's saloon dis appeared yesterday wilh $30 belonging to the establishment, and a couple of watches. Ed. Worsham conslautly keeps on hand a large Bupply of the latest papers and periodicals from all qunrtcrs, ut No. 20 Jefferson street. Judge Hunter has refused to admit Fred Ruser. the alleged murderer, to bail. It will be remembered that he killed Mr. Hecht some time ago. It was not detective Hastings, but anotbor man of the same name, who was arrested Monday for extortion. . " Not this man but another man" all right. Attention is called to a notice in another column for a competent lady to take charge of a music class in ono of first female schools in Arkansas. We are gratified to announce that the. estimable wife of Mr. W. A. Gage, severely injured by falling from a horse a few evenings since, is rapidly recover ing from her injuries. Greenlaw's building, on the corner of Union and Second streets, designed for court rooms, clerks' offices, etc., lias attained the the third story.and is rapidly annroaehinir completion. When finished . r c . it will be one of the most handsome and convenient edifices ia the city. The picnic (or tho benefit of St. Mary's church will b ) well attended. Tho former indebtedness of tho church has been liquidated, and the results of the forthcoming picnic are intended for future contingencies. The grounds chosen nro in the vicinity of the Chelsea church. Our young friend Capt, J. O. Durff, of the Acalanche, hns returned from the North, after several weeks' absence. Jecms is disgusted wilh New York, which he thinks is too fur from Memphis to become much of a town. He pronouuees Cincinnati " bustbead " whisky a fine article. This settles the question, as he dealt somewhat extensively in it during bis absence. The official vote of Fayette county, in the late election is as follows : Gov ernor Etheridgc, 513 ; Browolow, 1443. Superintendent of Public Instruction- Cameron. 529; Eaton, 112G. Congress v.,,,n li9W Stain Leftwich, 52.!; Ulln, 14JS. btale - Senate J. W. Smith, 524 ; W. J. binith, 1423. Representative-Tucker, Conser- . 498 Reeve3) Ra(icftli m. SW1. ,. ' ' . , .. . .(r.,ol, inger, Radical, C39. Floater Glenn, 517; Richards, 143. Rkgistbt of Deeds and Mortgages. Thn followin,, entries were mada in tlio . . R j terg boojg je5terduy: John f. 6 . . . . TrfZfivant to J. F. Reinhardt, recoil- tvejBUce, 1,02-. bU, lot iNO. o, acscriueu in deeJ of Maly B- Crockett, lo Rein- art et al being pt of tho Lewi. A. U. Williams et ul to John A. Williams, deed of Kift, a Loaa. and lot on Poplar street, fronting 97 feet on poplar strefct, by 139H?et; Anthony .,.. . n.M. RIIII,n.,d trnst JpJ t otlev to George GilHiand, trust deed to secure $120, lot No. 30, block five, in the town of Fort Pickering; B. Bagby et al to Emily F. Hodge, deed ?410, lots Nos. 5 and G of Bagby subdivision, lot five on west side of Lewis street, and lot 26 on east aide of Crocket avenue, being each 100 by 150 feet; Emily F. Hodge to John P. Trezevant, trust deed, to re .,.ml,ni nf al.ove liurchaae monev: w.-. r-, - . C. Lurk, trustee, to Henry Eckert, it claim deed, lot coutaining four (41 y - , acres, ucms ,u" - .;vition of the east half of the Wright ...... .. T..r... tract ; H llliaail una u.over iu i.uiu. "- rrorauergri, , -. r n,P S:1()00. tiersonal cronerty. "-:'... fu irniiure, etc.. m ""'" Srkci AL NoTlt'K. On the 20:h intant we shall remove to our old atnnd in whuh we were burned out Wethir. fore, up to that dale, offer the balance of our damaged goods, consisting of bleached aivl brown domestics, calicos, Irish lin ens, notions and white goods, together with a large lot of shitts, undershirts, and drawers, regardless cf cost or value. Our old stand is being refitted in the latest modern style; we therefore desire to open soon with an entire new stock of goods, and must close out the balance of stock we have on hand. M. Kbafs & Co., No. 213 Main sircet, t Next lo Ward k I,ec'iTe'a drug store. PotaiTH cases of thiils cured fur oiie dollar, l y using King of Chills. 141 . . ANOTIIEU FIUE. Several TeLemente Burned on Ileal Street The Loiaea. The bright light in tho southern por tion of the cily about one o'clock this morning was the result of a fire near the markot house. The frame lenemeut on Bcol street immediately wpstof the mar ket house, and the row of little tenements running north and south in the rear of that first mentioned, were partially de stroyed. On the corner of Beal was F. A. St. Sure'f grocery and provision store, containing a stock worth about 12500. The flames evidently originated in this tenement, which, with the greater portion of the conteuts, was destroyed. We un derstand Mr. St. Sure had $1500 insur ance. Next door was Mr. IlendorBOii'l " South Market Bakery." His east wall, coonecting with St. Sure's, was burned; but the principal damage to his slock was from water. His loss will probably not exceed $1000 no insuranco. The building occupied by Mr. St. Sure was owned by a Mr. Wilkinson, who resides in the county. Immediately in the rear of St. Suro's was a barber shop, the roof of which was considerably damaged. The contents wero saved. North of this was J. Heinrich'g " Butcher's Hall" sa loon. It was also somewhat damaged ; nearly everything was removed during the progress of the flames. The total loss by this firo will scarcely exceed $5000, including that sustained by tho buildings. The Right of Mt Privilege Coi. lec tor to Reko.se City Surip. Tho amen ded Metropolitan Police law requires the Tax Collector on Privileges to pay hitl receipts into the police fund, to bo used in the payment of that force. It also provides for tho taxes on privileges to be paid either in currency or police scrip, city warrants not being recaived. Tne passage of this provision was obtained in order to compel the city to eupport tho Metropolitan Police, for which the Board of Aldermen had refused to make any allowance. The legality of the en tire provision has been questioned, and a case came up ,n the police court this morning by which it will be tested. Messrs. W. H. Passmoro & Co.'s license expired in June. Mr. Passmore held city scrip to the amount required for the present yeor ($250), Tand proffered it. Mr. J. D. Davis, the collector, refused (o receive anything else than police scrip or currency, and Mr. Passmore, declining to pay it, permitted his license to expire without renewal. He was brought be fore Colonel Beaumont in the police court this morning. Tho facts, as stated above, were admitted by Mr. Passmore, and the court admitted the tender of the cily scrip. A fino of twenty-five dollars was imposed, and an appeal will be tuken, in order to thoroughly test the right of tho Collector to refuse the city's paper for indebtedness duo the city. Tho new law, forbidding business men to pay their licenses in scrip, has materially assisted in depreciating the city's currency, and proved no little hardship in several woys. It is exceedingly doubtful whether auy court not conducted in the interests of the now dominant party in Tennessee, instead of justice, will decide a law so flagrantly unjust constitutional. This is a question in which a very largo number of our citizens are interested; and if thero is any probability of a fair lest being obtained, it is to be hoped that Mr. Pasamore's example will be generally imitated. A Duel Nipped in tub Bun An a flair redolent of " pistols and coffee for two " was brought to a sudden and blood less termination this morning. Yester day afternoon Messrs. M. Angelo and F. Brannon hnd tn angry altercation, which resulted in the former challenging the latter. Upon receiving the hostile note Brannon merely remarked that he would be on the ground at the propertimc. The nHViir found its way into the Crimi nal Court this morning, Bnd both parties were arraigned on the charge of sei.king to violate the laws of the State by duel iug. It was established in evidence that Brunnoti had written no note in reply to Angelo up lo the time of the arrest. He wan, therefore, discharged; but the Court required Angelo to give bonds in two thousand dollars for his appearance, and two thousand dollars more that he would kepp the peace. A Small Muss. Yesterday afternoon, while Wm. Allen was seated on a chair, on Jefferson street, endeavoring to in duce a stray breeze to fan his heated temples, a gentle zephyr, in the shape of a brickbat, receiving its inspiration from Wm. Bath, an ex-snskeskowUt, induced a somewhat livelier atmosphere than was agreeable. The snakcahowist, after hurl ing his missile, overturned Allen's chair and sent him pprawling. The latter re turned the compliment, by discharging the contents of a pistol at Bath, but the exhibitor of "snoix" "wired in and wired out" in sa artistic a ninnKer as to defy the leaden messenger. This morn ing the affair was brought t.i Col. Beau mimt's attention, who thought Bath ought to pay If 50 for the brickbat exercise, and Allen $25 for shooting in iho corpora tion. Oi k.Ihb OKFh'K. The IVisi.ic Lkimikh juh prin'ing d-j.arlmat bus been l:.l.-ly supplied with the h.l's! and mofl fcp 1 roved :i!lef .M of yp, b.ir !ts and prr- 'f a, and is brMi-r j i. i.rt-J ihn ever to aoconimoiUl.' to irf-i-m:!i1e jubiic Our prices will mi.tiieu' lo ! i!:p mos reasoi aV.e in the ci'y, hi'r mrw)rli is ,:u-.r-,r.i''ed to give ?.lifie tinn. We have the ";y ecmyhle printing o V.ce in the city, am! will continue to give our cus tomers indiiceuii-nts no others in this market can afford. Call and t Cot STBT physicians are nsing and pre scribing English Kecale B. tiers. Their kttrrs say so HI DksI'IS Leass-a, 11. lis i-f Lading. Dray Ticked, and ' kinds ( Blanks for (ale at this cfT.ce. t Official Drawings of the Missouri State Lotterv. ClatimDrav Au,jutt, mi. 7, 24, 64, 39, 65, 60, 35, 37, 74, 75, 29, 78, 2C Clait IHO Drawn Auyimt 11, Ml. 20, 27, 24, 19, 4(i, 17, 23,5, 61, 48, 72, 41. . This 1 iitery is drawn twice each day. Over $100,000 in prizes is paid each day. It is the only lottory in which tho prizes are all eanh. It has been drawn for our forty years. Tickets cost from twenty five cents to twenty-five dollars. It i et tho only lottery in which you can gi t a ticket with any number on it you wish. Call or send for a circulur. Geo. W. Vax Voast, Southern Agent, 20 Jefferson at, and 22 flayoao at. Tiif Fink Arts. The deceptive speci men of imitation fresco work to be seen upon the ceiling of Marcus Jones' taste fully fitted up and extensive wall paper emporium, 29G Second street, is the work of Mr. C. J. nollas, formerly pf Phila delphia, but now in the employ of Mr. Jones. The work will well repay inspec tion, and will convince the observer that Mr. II. is a true artist in his line. We have seen several specimens of his handi craft, and speak knowingly, t Kino o' Cnnxs reduced to one dollar. Great remedy for chills and fever. 141 Tub Mi8si8Birpt Diarrhea Cordial. The verdict of the South has been unan imously accorded in favor of this great antagonist of cholera, cholera morbus, diarrhea and dysentery. It is harmless but effective for all this class of disease, and has never been known to faiL Ye who pino upon tho brink of the grave, hasten to try its marvelous power. Mansfield & Higbce, sole proprietors. To morrow being the Feast of the As sumption of the Blessed Virgin, a holi day of obligation, celebrated as such by the Roman Catholics over the whole world, there will bo divine services the same as on Sunday in the threo churches. Information by Wm. Dardis. Save Tims and Labor At Mr. S. M. Guest's store on Hernando road, imme diately seuth of South street, persons can purchase corn, oats, provisions, otc, at as cheap rates as at any store in the city. Planters can thus save time, haul ing, etc., which is quite an item at the present time 143 Biqlet, Mellersii k Co., Pittsburg coal dealers, No. 25 Court, near Main street. t Thb Univeristy of Mississippi will open on the 9th proximo. This ranks among the first educational inatiutions of the South. Tution is only $50 for ten months, fuel $15, .boarding $13 to $20, and $25 per month. English Female Bitters, the grcut femnle medicine of the South, in de mand. Ml Shooting Affray. A man named Lowenberg was shot and painfully wounded by "another named Lebrecb, on Gayoso Btreet, yeste.day afternoon. The latter soon afterward disappeared, and had not been arrested up to noon to day, Oi.n Hats made new at 302 Second st. The Port of Memphis. A deathly quiet reigns on the levee to-day. The arrivals yesterday were the Champion, Cincinnati; Welcome, Si. Louis; Fairy Queen, White river; Ce leste, Arkansas river. The departures wero the Welcome, Vicksburg; St. Put rick, Vicksburg; Fairy Queen, Cairo; Commercial, White river; Mollio Ham bleton, St. Fxancis river; City of Altou, St, Louis. The only' boats in port this forenoon wero tho Celeste, Victor ond Champion. The Champion will leave nt 5 p.m. for Cincinnati. She is a light draught boat, and will go through all right The river news agency, having several funds on hand, intended to start a Na tional Bank; but yesterday ofternoon tho English member of the firm drew a small scrip to liquidate an indebtedness incurred for a half pint of penuuls. This forced an abandonment of the project; and during the evening tho partners could be discovered sitting under the shade of one of Duffiu's tquirt carts, vig orously reading the bankrupt law. Steamboatmen can save money by get ting their printing executed at the Pdh lio 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 nnd prices. t Special Notices. Special Notion will be ia.ertel in this col umn for tea cenU per line for each insertion. Tha Iloaling Pool, aui Ilouse of Mercy. Howard Association Report". fr YOUNU MEN, on the CRIME OK SOLITUDE, and the ERRORS, A DUSCS and DISEASES which destroy tha manly powora, and create impedi ments to MAKRIAliE, with sure means of re lief. Scut in sealed letter euvcloie free ot charge. Adlross. Dr. J. SKILI IN HOUOtl TON, Howard Association, riilvltlphia. To. (TT-141 Tha Great Need Supplied .'-Pill have been iwaMowed iu millions. Salvesh'iv been nibbed lo by the pound. Dr. Moo:rL-s two rrand specifics are putting an end to this wholesale system of medication. Oeeof his famous pill" is a dose. A box of h;s heatin salve is f more value, as a remedy fur ul.-mus m,d erupiive diseases, than a ship's n-to of tl.e oint:u.uts advertised to cure 'every 'a. nr. 1 ut are all. iu fact, either ne!e or dc!i ti iims. Dr. Maoiixil's ini!t is i :oxrHTTicx. Ha has plved in tha s-nallest cnmpsV the active .rinciple of tka most potent veetaMeirecif.e-. Tb.re if lie mineral in his Pills.-th-y do not rripa they do cot eeteehia. Tber create a vigorous appetite.acl ewrTipordii:i:yslrenth ea tfce dkestion. They tune the livr. tloar the head and steady tha r.u roe. No form of -r ful..as diea can ref'rt lie dis u'ectint operkiim of tl.e Salve. Tumor Abscesses, Salt r.heei. H.iils. I'.u ; I-. Vna toles, etc, are thoreurLiy era flcai. I t this nrivi'ed medicine. Iu f ,t. M S'.iri.'i Lil-lot-a, Dtsrarrio ae.l Diiaaon V.UA eura where all oth.rs f .il. While for llurnt. S-l Is. Chdhiain Cuts, and a'l abraiion. of the s'.in, MuV-d'. Calve Is inlali.i le. Sull ly J. .3g- gi.l, 48 Fulton street, Naw York, audlall Drag. fists, at 24 cents per box. "CouaTaapaiTal Buy nulMaggia! Pills or Salve with a little pamphlet Inside the box. They are bogus. Tha genuine have name of J. llaydock on box with name of J. Mag rial, M. I). Tho genuine kava tha Pill surrounded with white powder.' Oar "Pablie Diractory. r slrangerf visiting Moniphie we offer a list of clever, reli able kuniu ws man, under the above head, on the first pegs of the l'rri.io l.snoxa. Kotioa. We earnestly rinest our friends lot to pay inure than tva .ants a eopy for Iho t'tJHi.in LrnuKa. We sell lo tha newsboys at tweecritaaoopy, thus allowing Ithein over 1 hundred per cent, profit on ovary paper. Monetary and Commercial Cotton Xa.-s.ot. Th'ra Is very little doing and so changes to report to-day. We still quota : Ordinary 20 flM I Mlddllnr--.W 2H (ood Or.l ?:i Strict Mid'g 30 MS Low Midd'g-.a IdoodMii'g Money Market. City Scrip la about 63 to Si Luyio?, and M to 57 selling. Thero is a very limited domand for County Warrants, the prevail lug rates being 70, outside figures, buy ing, and 75 lo B0 selling. Police Scrip rates at CO buying, and 01 to 6.1 selling. In Tennessee money we quote as the buying rates: Bank of Tennosseo (old issue 30 i Bank of West Ten nessee, 40; Bank of Chattanooga, 10; Bank of Middlo Tennessoe, 95; City Bank, 00; Mer chants' Bank, 95; Northern Bank, 05; Oooae Bank, 9; Planters' Bank, 9H; Union Bank, 98; Shelhyville Bsnk, SO- Soutkero Bank, CO; Tra ders' Bunk, Uj. Nothing is transpiring in stocks. General Market. ALE, perhalf barrel .U M H BAOUINO, por e-ard. I udia 0 o A C 00 Powxr-looui 0 28 g 0 30 baos.gunny; New . -..-S3 -S Second-hand 1" 2" BROOMS. rerdni.n......... 3 50 SM 60 BKANS. per bushel, Navy 5 00 0 6 00 BUTTER, perpound. Choice Yellow.... 0 21 0 24 Common . .. 0 17 0 HI CANDLES, per pound. Sur... 0 WAQ 0 18 CAPS "(i T, inno. OKI 9 0 &5 II B. HHKI - 0 Eley's E B, load- as 1 l Kiev's F B, 1000 I4ll CUM ENT, r barrel....-.- S 25 J 50 COAL, per barrol, Pittsbnrsi 1 00 O CHEESE, per pound Western Reserve 0 11 0 0 17 Factory 0 111 (3 0 17 Emrlihh Hairy 0 lit W 0 19 CHICKENS, per doeu...... S 00 8 00 Turkeys, per dosen- -M 0U 000 00 COFFEH.por pound, Rio 0 K 0 2 Java OW 0 42 Lasaava... 0 KO $ 0 XI CORN MEAL,.................. 6 00 0 6 25 CRACKERS. ',, Sutler.-.. 9 ft 10 Soda - 10 (4 0 11 Sugar . 11 0 IS V.am, per dosen......... - 2d 0 24 FEED. Hay, per ton ..24 00 25 00 Hay, inferior. 18 00 21 00 Itran .......40 00 ($45 00 Cora, per bushel 1 It uUI flats 1 10 1 20 FLOUR, per barrel. Fine 7 00 8JMI Single Kxtr.............-....ll 25 toll M Double extra 12 !A (a1.1 50 Choice Double Extra 14 00 0I4 7! Fancy Brands 10 (10 4lo U) FRUIT, per barroi, Apples, green .. 0 00 49 8 00 Ilried apples, 8 p 9 Dried peaches, halves........ 0 12 0 0 14 PISH MaokcrelNo.lperbbl.......7l00 D24 00 " No. 2 " 21 00 22 00 " No.l hf.bbl 12 00 12 M M No.2 " ..11 00 011 60 N.,.3 ' 10 fl W10 Wl " No. 1, per kit. S 20 4 3 5(1 No. 2, " " 3 10 W 15 " No.:i. " " ... 1 75 t 8 00 Dry Cod, per pound . 0 OK ffl 0 W Wtiifo vU.i.erhf. I,W 7 10 M While Sha.l, per lif. bbls... 0 00 P10 00 Roe Herring, per hf.bbl... 0 00 10 UJ Cut Herring, per bbl..... 0 00 fellti g GUNPOWDER. Quarter kegs 0 00 0 2 15 11 1RDWARK. Nuils, per keg, 1M to 40d... 7 Ml 7 7S ' " Si....-..- 7 00 (4 7 S5 " f,d 7 75 a S IKI Cut spike?.... 00 H 50 Wrought boat spikes 11 00 41J (HI Castings, hollowware. lb 0 VJ3 0 Y) Rar iron OR 0 (7 Hono-shue iron 0 07X 10 Nail rod - 0 ft d 0 111 Cast stool. KmrlLsh. 0 25 SOW P.ilstor steal, Knilliah - 0 18 - 20 German steel 0 18 lis 0 25 HID! S. ror . . MlU (Irwin'.- m J WH (Irecn, salt 0 0 M J j Dry, flint 0 ID M 0 18 UrV: salted 0 15 WJlfi HOM INY. Pr barrel 6 00 (4 8 50 LARI, per pound. In tieroe 0 WAf 0 14 Iu kogs 0 HJ-Sw 0 14 " ll'ir. nor lb 11 9 0 12 LEATHER, perl';. ..,., Chestnut oak, sole -. 0 48 (IIIS1 Upper, dor - Sft 00 C50 00 Froi.chcalf.do Wl 0 (a 72 00 American do 42 (W (52 00 Hemlock sole nor P -.. M 40 C4 0 4.1 Skirting. ' - 45 ffl- 4H L1M1Alabama 2 25 a 2 Ml Cane - - ..... 2 50 2 7S Ohio 1 25 1 55 KOLA.-SES, per gallon. Ilarrols and half bbls... 0 HS (8 1 00 New Orloans 0 Ifl ( I) I'll Syrups - .....-. 1 00 $ I 10 OILS, per gallon. ' Coal - 0 -48 0 50 Lard 1 20 1 30 Linseed - 1 5i & 1 CO Train 1 30 1 15 riousine . 0 US 0 71 Turpentine . 1 00 Hi I HI Puri. White. Per li 0 03 (S 0 10 PROVISIONS. Pork. mess, per hhl.... .r8 0) r8 51 Prima. ' hill S3 Sl (i4 IKI Clear sidew. per lb- 0 17 0 17'4 Brakfal, per lb - 0 18 0 Shoulders " 0 I4U' 0 15 Cleur rib sides 0 l!i 0 16? Hams, sunir-eure I-. 0 00 0 22 lreied Hogs, V lt...... an Beef, mcs.,, Lb! -10 OH W21 00 Hcef. dried. 0 20 0 21 ROPK. Cotton rope -.- . 0 (10 f 0 75 Manilla rope 0 ? aft 0 27 Machine - 0 1J fto (I 1H Hand 0 11 to 0 Vi Hemp Packing.- 0 30 (4 0 3d RICH, per ponud, ,, Tn barrels 0 13 O 0 14 SUGAR, per poor.d. Crufhod and powdered 0 l"Xft 0 20 Clarified, A, H,C 0 1? al 0 W Brown 0 15 Ml 0 17 SALT, per birrol. 3 50 3 tkl SUOT, Patrnt, bag .. 3 00 3W Bu.-k. V o.-z .. -. - 3 (0 3 75 SOAP, per poun.l, 'ermun - 0 ID (3 0 1 Palm .... .. 0 . so 0 0.4 Common . 0 07 0 If SODA, per pouad. 111 et 1SX SPICK. A Mspice 0 31 i 32 Cloves....... 0 M s 0 60 Oincer.- 0 27 a 0 M Nuiuie-t 1 ca 1 W Pepper 0 5 i : Mustard.... . 1 00 1 5 TAR. ken. nerdos. 6 CO ai 6 60 TUA nir imnml. Ureen 175 8 1 Black 1 Ml 1 SO TOBACCO, per pound. Virginia w w l "i HWk Sweel. l'k 7a 0 7". New. P., 0 so 3 n 71 Mel'um. ts.... Ml O 7o Medium bright, n 'h t b (l.od bright, do.Jt- 1 0" I Id Vinent-'iral leal 1 2 1 Z VKG VTALLF-S p..tat.es. new, T bl.l 3 50 (1 4 Mi Oiio-is, new, per bbl 5 00 i '" VTNKH All, per ration SO IS) 0 34 WH4.-KV. per gallon. (Wil . Vi a J CO lt)iltl..D TtoarhoB 4 Ml 3 00 Kentucky Tlcareon.- S i.', fi 6 it WOO',, cr l I HI 9 W YKAST PON DERS, ir doren, Mem. Cbrm. Mills. H lbs- 3 13 Pioneer. lb. 1 01 S y. . v. ill'. iy H flMlE CRFl irfRS AND ALL tlTHKRS 1 interested in the e.tale of J. W. M is..n, dtveasei. wll take eot.re that I have this day fled with the ierk of Ihe Probate Court of Shell. y c-ur,ty my final settlement as Adminis trator f the same, and will app'y at the Sep tember Terra ot said Curt for a aaal dtacbarge as Ad-jiinwtrator of said e-ts'e. J NO. h. WVlSSCS. Adm'r. Sleail hi', Tenn, July Ix, lib;. oaw-M MEDICAL. SouictLlDe.' Kew Un.cr tbc Sun. A New Era in Medicine. IE'P THE a'.'FFERIN(J AND DISEASED I read the fet:,iwingi Let all who have b.ea given up by Doctors and aiokon of as iocuralilu, read the following: Let all who cau believe facts, and oan huvs faith in evidence, reaii the following i A'asM nil "K 'Ac V.sen-.That en this the twentieth day of Juue, in the year ef out .erd one thnur.nd eight huudred aud ily-iix, personally e r.ie Joseph llaydock to me, known as suck, and being duly sworn, deposed as t... lews I That he iu the sole general agent tor tur United State and dependencies (hereof, for pre parations or Diidicinea known as M AH. Hi .'!? FILLS aud SALVE, and that the I'Hllowini certificates are varbatutn oopius to the best al his knowledge and belief. I L.S.J JAMES SM KITRU, Notsry Public, Wall Street. New York. Da. MAomrt, I I take my pen to write you ol my great relief, and that the awful puiu in uij side baa lott me at lint-thanks to your medicine. Ob, doctor, how thankful I am that 1 cun g soma sleep. 1 can nover write it enough, thank you again and again, and am aura yon are really the friend of all auHvrei. I could not help writing to you. and hope you will not take it amis.. JA-ES MYERS, June I, W'fl. US Avenue D, ' This is lo oertify that I was discharged from the arm? wilh CliMinio Diarrhiea, end have been oured ha Vr. Muggier. Pills. W 1 1. SON HARVEY, NewTork. April 7, loi. i.' Pitt Stxeet. The following is ho luterestiLg eu.e of a man employed In an Iron Foundry, who, in pourine melted iron into a Ho.sk that wtis damp and wcl caused an evnl'ision. The melted iron we thrown arouadaud cn bim in a perfect shower, and he was bu'ut dreadfully. The followini eertiucate was give- to me by him about eigh weeks alter tha aeries. : Ni v Yost. Jan. 11. Ii8. My name IsTaech Knrdy ; 1 am a,i iron foun der; I was badly burnt hy hut iron in November last; my torus heal I hut 1 bad a running sore on my leg that wuu,J not heal; I tried .daiel'i Salve, aud it cur-i' me in a few weeks. Tn:s is all true, and any hndy cm now seo uia at Jack son's Iron Works, bouotd Avenue. J.EARDT. WHAT TUB PA1IKNI3 SAY OF Dr. Mallei's Tills ana Salve! (Extracts from Vrinos Letters.) "I had no appetiuij Maggiel's Pills gave m a hearty one." " Your Pills are marvelous." " I send for another box. and keep thou is the house." "Dr. Magriel bag ourod my headache that was ohrouio." " I gave half of one of your pills In my b.ib for cholera morbus. The dear little thing got wall in a day." M My nausea of a morning Is now'cured. " Your box of Maggiel's Snlve eured me el n.Ms is in the head. I rubbed some of youl Salve behind my ears and the noise loft." " Send me two boxes ; I want one for a poor family." " I enclose a dollar ; your price Is t,wenty-five cents, but the medicine to me is worth s dollar." " Send me Ave boxes of your pills." " Let me have three boxes of yonr Salve by Jetnrn mail." " The best Pills for headache I ever had." "My liver works like an enjine, thanks to your Pills." " I am pleased to say to yon, Dr. Masririal that I would not be without a box of your Pills for .i.riug me of morning nausea for the world." " You wMl And enclosed one dollar. Yonr Pills are only 25 cents, but I consider them worth to Co one dollar." "Due Doctor: My tongue had a fur on it every morning like the back of a cat. Your Pills took it away." " I took half a pill and orushed It to powder, and gave it in jelly to my littlo babe for oholora morbus. The deur little pot was well in three hours -ftor." " I suppose it is hardly worth while to tell you my burned foot has got well from tho use of your Salve, inolosed find 2: cents for an other box to keep In the house." "Send me another box of Salve." " Enclosed find 75 cents for two boxes of your Maggiel's Pills aud one of Salve." M Tho most gentle yet searching medioino J ever swallowed." I Have Over 200 Such Testimonials. MAOUIEL'S PILLS AND SALVE are al most universal iu their effect,1;, and a cure can bealwost always guaranteed. FOR EILLIOUS DISEASES nothing cm he ore productive ol cure than the.e Pills. Their al lost magioin fliienee is felt ut once and the j 'ual concomi tants of this most distres.i-g ui;c:iso nro re moved. Thee remedies nro iniir'o from the purest VEOETAL'LK COMPOUNDS. They will not harm thomot dulice.te fetnitic, andean be given with good eO'-ct in prescribe. I dose;! to the youngest Ube. FOR CUTANEOUS DIS ORDERS and all eruptions nf the skin tie SALVE is mart invaluablo. It !oci not hc:il externally al'-nc, but penetrates wilh the most searching eUcoU to the vry root of tho evil. Vll MAGOIEL'S PII.LM IKCiRIifll.T OVtX THK VOI.l.OWiNO DIMKABIB Asthma, Hecdachii, Bowel CMlupUiutSt Indigestiou, Coughs, fnfiuenia. Colds, laHarum Uion, Chest Disen , Inward Weaknerr, Custlvenws, Liver Complinite, Dyspepsia, I .owner's of Spinis, Diarrhoea, Hincworrn, Dropsy, lUieutiiati.ue, Debility, Salt Rheum, Fever and A sue. Scalds, Skin Disoa.es, Each Box Contains Tuelvc I'll 3s. ONE PILL IB A DOSE. tm NoTinx. None genuine without the en graved trade mark around each pot or box sign.d by DOCTOR J. M AliOIEL, New York to counterfeit which is felony. tn, iiolJ by all respectable Dealers in Med icines throughout the United Stales and Cana da., at 25 cents per hoy or pot. " Cocntkbtkitr 1 Buy no Mngeiol Pills or Salve with a little paiiiphlot insido the box They are bogus. The genuine have namo of ?. llaydock on box with name of J, Maggicl, M. D. The genuine have the Pill surrounded with white rtnwrler " -l-l-SU WHITMORE & CO., Propriutors'lof the PUBLIC LEDGER H T TZ A. M PRINTING . WORKS, No. 13 M.idlson SlreeU ARK DAILY EXECUTING ALL KINDS of .TOIJ IIfcIINrriIVC, IN A STYLE Unapproachable In this Market AND AT LOWER ItATliS TEAS ALL COMPETITORS. Our old patrons know and appreciate the above laota, and all we ak ot others is lor them to GIVE LW j Til I A l-i ! Tte Fastest I'reises, Newest St j lea or Type, Law Stock of Stationery, Exccedlnr-lj Lot Rent, TnrMrit-r mitb the Unr rtrrtr exti-nd! u, rroi.en. it in k nr wr orTT in-lur-iaTnr in prim wLmt h onr comptjlori eaoijot atlord to .iva, WHrTMORB 4 co. STEAMBOATS. Memphis and Arkansas River Packet Company. U. H. MAIL L JIIV E . Commencing Friday, Sept. 6th. Far Helena, Napoleos, Bed Fork. Pin Bluff and Little Book. The New and Elegant Sidewheel 3teamer Captain N. S. GREEN, Will leave Memphis for Pine Bluff every FRIDAY, at 6 p.m., making all mail and plantation landings. Tho Fine, Light Draught Steamers GLKAMCK, Capt. GEO. J. KING, GU1UON, - Capt. J. IV WIIITAKER. One of tha above named Boats will leave Memphis every TUESDAY, at 6 ?... fcr Lit tle Rock, making all mail and plantation land ings. Thankful for formor liberal patronage, we assure our friends and patrons that we will run on regular time, and do their business to satis faction. DAN. ABLE, President, 5 10 No. 252 Front street. JIEJinilS AM) WHITE KIVEK V SITED STATES Hi AIL LINE. : The steamers CO M M E RCI AL an d RO WEN A will form a Semi-weekly Line between Mein ph sand White river. The Splendid Passenger Steamer COMMERCIAkrQ. WM. J. ASIIFORD. Maxtor. Leaves Memphis every Tuesday at 5 o'cl'k p.m. Leaves Augusta every Friday at 10 o'el'k a.m. Leaves Searcy every Friday at 4 o'clock p.m. Leaves West Point every Frid.y at flo'clk p m. Loaves Dos Are every Saturday at 6 o'ol'k a.ia. Leaves Duvall's Bluff every Saturday at 12 m. Tha Elegant Passenger Steamer .aSROWENAsEaffii. JOHN B. DAVIS MlaTia. Leaves Memnhie every Saturday nt 6o'olk p.m. LeaveaWest Point every Monday at 6o'olk p.m. Loaves Jacksonport every Tuesday at 10 a.m. Leaves Augusta every Tuesday atSo'clk p.m. Leaves lies Arc every Wednesday 6 o'olL a.m. Leaves Duvall's B lull every Wednesday at 12 m. THESE BOATS HAVE BEEN THO I r'.uehly repaired and refitted expressly for the traio, and having the mail contract for four years, passengers and shippers oan rely upon their remaining in the trndo permanently, aud are the only hosts having a connection with the trains ut Duvall's Blufl fur Little Rock aud Hot Springs. These are the on'y bnets authorised to sell tlironch lirketstn Little Rock via railroad from Duvall's Hlutt. Time through, 43 hours. A good light druught steamer will be run in connection with these packet from Augusta and Jacksonport, making two trips per week to Pocahontas, nn Black river. Memphis and White river United States Mail Lino JNO. B. DAVIS. Supt. Itejtuiar Tuesilny Memphis, VlolrburK and IBendH Packet iiSJSSsT. PATRICK. Wabh Wtatt, Master; Ctay Rica, Clerk. This superb steamer has been repaired and rrfitted. and will resume her regular trips in the Vicksburg trade Tuesday. August 6th. 141 MEMPHIS AND II0PEF1ELD F"crry I'ocket P-c'i Nevada Will run rcrtilnrly throughout the day between Memphis and Uopefleld. , GONNECTB WITH TRAINS on the Memphis and Little Rock Railroad. First Tr'n. at 0 30 a.m.. will connect with the train for Ton Mile llayou. This opens up to hunters end fishing parties that great resort again which hundreds enjoyed before the war. P. M. PATTERSON. 140 Proprietor. MEMPHIS AND MOUND CITY PACKET. PEOSTA. MARK! X?. CHEEK, - . Maater. T EAVES THE tANDIN(T. .IT'-fc, I J loot of Adams street, at "- iff . ?- T!. and 11 o'clock a.m., and 3 and 5:30 o clock p.m. Leaves Mound City at 8 and 9 o'clock a.m., and 1 slid 5 o'clock p m. 75-lt,2 korte & Mcdonough, TLUMHEKS, (US AND STEAM FITTERS, 3-14 Second Street, OPPOSITE GREENLAW OPERA HOUSE. rpilB ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC 13 1 respectfully called to our new and complete sun k of ((AS AND COAL OIL FIXTIBES, oTs'l descriptions. Pumps, Water Closet Bath Tubs, Marble Wash Stands, Sheet Lead and l.ed Pipe', Wrought Iron, Uas and Steam pil es and Fittings always on hand. V e are at all time prepared to introduce into Buildings (.tin and Water Pipe, on the most reasonable term. X0RTE McDOHOOOH. 344 Second Street, 57-1: M Opp. Oroenlaw Opera, Cons. F'INAL SETTLEMENT. All creditors rjid oiher persons eorcerned or interests! ia the etate of J.mes M. Sime.. deoeaaed, are hereby notified thai I will make a final rli' uient of my administration of said estate at tue rest Se.teuiOr terra ef the ("heibv Ce.uty I'n ri, to b he. oa end h.l 1 at theCoa.t Hee in the cty rf Memphis, on the first Moeday im Ss-punib-r. W'T. or so smih thereat.. aa the aaid court will bear the same. MARY C. SIMK1, law 5-5 Adoanulralrii. il ......... -. .