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1USS1SSIPPI AND TENNESSEE B2 MILES SUOBTEB Than any Other Route ryO GRENADA, JACKSON. YICK8BUR0 1 and New Orleans Trains leave daily at 2:30 and i:w VJa. lime to beura, . ' . Uaitease Checked XhroueU. Through tickets for sale ' Mtatalppl 4 Tennessee Depot, foot Main street, and at No.6 uriUAaiiAii, m n a in vir Hen 1 I iQKei a"". R9 PUBLIC LEDGER. Office. No. IS MadUon Street LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION. MKMFHIHi Tuesday Bvenlng, Nov. 27, 1866 . 0OBHATI0NAIDZBT... Our national debt, according to the last reporl of the Secretary of Treasury, is now reduced to $2,551,000,000; of these more than half are long bond. The Secretary of Treasury will have to fund, in less than a year and a half from this date, $920,000,000 short dale paper a task greater than has yet ever been performed by any nation in the world, greater far than was funded by Great Britain in her most expensive wars with Napolcoh. A question occurs as to the pressure of this debt upon the resources of the country, in absorbing floating cap ital and preventing it from being produc tive in the industrial activity of our peo ple; for the active capital ef a country is as it were the seed corn in the field of finance. To take from a farmer or mer chant, by taxation, such a part of his an- nual returns as impairs his working cap. ital, is to mutilate his wealth-producing faculties, and if extended over an entire country will necessarily check its growth. Is it not then bad policy for Congress to tax this people so heavily as to paralyze their productive powers? We can never enrich a nation by impoverishing any of its individual citizens; but we can dimin ish the pressure of a burden when we give more strength to the shoulders that bare it, Tor there are no people taxed as heav ily as our people are now, and noae sus tain the burden so cheerfully. May there not be a point beyond which it may not be well to go ? Already we hear of peti tions going up from various parts of the country to Congress, to remove the onorous tax of three cents a pound on "cotton a tax which is believed by the ablest jurists of the country to be uncon stitutional. The Southern people are already impoverished; their lands are being sold at Sheriffs sale, and many are actually in want of the necessaries of life; and to be burdened with heavy taxation note seems one of the direst of calamities. RADICAL BAHQUET. The committee of arrangements for the mass welcome to Congress have con cluded upon a grand banquet at the fair building, as a closing feature of the fes tival. Invitations have been issued to the Republican Governors and promi nent public men. Dispatch. This movement is entirely original nothing like it having, to the best of our recollection, transpired in all the history of this Government It inculcates the popular idea of the North, that the Had dical party is the Government, and ev erything in opposition to it is rebellious, and should he crushed out by law, by the bayonet, and by all available agencies. The banquet is not to be given to Con gress it is reserved for a party, and meant as an affront to the Executive and an insult to the Conservative and Demo cratic members. It is a recognition of the fact, no longer to be concealed, that the Radical members iatend to proclaim themselves the government Jhkbo is to be impeached, and the Presidency to be grasped, held, and prostituted to Radical uses. The South will be kept out, whether she shall disgracefully sur render the point of negro suffrage, or whether she shall stand firm and invite the consequences of maintaining her self-respect Steveks says he shall be more radical than ever before. If, how ever, he takes snuff, the whole Radical party sneezes. There will be sneezing when that bloated nose snuffs np the fragrant Maccoboy, and there will be shouting when that blistered tongue, thickened with drink, announces the sovereign power of the majority, the disposition of the President, and the enslavement of the South. CHARACTER 07 A TRUE TRIEHD Concerning the man you call your friend, tell me, will he weep with you in the house of distress T Will he reprove you to your face, for actions which others are ridiculing and censuring behind your back ? Will be stand forth in your de fense, when detraction is secretly aiming: its deadly weapon at your reputation ? Will he acknowledge you with the same cordiality, behave to you with the same friendly attention in the company of your superiors in rank and in fortune, as when the claims of pride do not inter fere with those of friendship T If mis fortune and losses should oblige you to retire into a walk in life in which you cannot appear with the same liberality as formerly, will be still think himself happy in your so ciety, and. instead of withdrawing him self from an unprofitable connection, take pleasure in professing himself your friend, and cheerfully asairt yon to sup port the burden of your afflictions 7 When sickness shall call yon to retire frem the pay and busy sceaes of the world, will he follow tou into your gloomy retreat, listen with attention to your " Ule of svmDtoms," and administer the balm of consolation toyenr faintiagspiriuT And lastly, when death shall burst asunder wry earthly tie, will be shed a tear upon your grave, and lodge trfc dear re membrance of your m jtual friendship in Lis heart? THE MORRISSET CASK PARALLELED. The very general comment by the press, upon the election of Mobbieset, as a representative ia Congress from one of the Now York districts, has revived the following scrap of history : Years ago, in England, lived a notori ous character named Jornf Gou.it, a public prize fighter, who, in many a fair and square stand-up fight, gained many . . . V - U ! . .. Anil hA friends among ra "" "- "fancy." Having male considerable n.nnv Iia nneneda "hell in dames street, London, within a few doors t: irAa hi. .niiaintknca Wl .i icau.i.. "r , , -i u;i: nvtantJiiH ami hanaxt loomed U1B UUUtli.J --- a nuirnn nf the turf, and elbowed hi. wav into " eood society " at Doncus tcr, where he came near carrying off the St Leger slake from the notorious Doncaster wag but s step into the British it pmah. wkuM.innif Gullet. Va-i ioroov hrnm tiiA race cuurso ilOUsC Ul VUIUUIUUHi llJWV Esq., figured as a member for the borough of b naresborougn. It is nowhere recorded, adds the Keo kuk Constitution, that the Englisn ttou of Commons, whose moral sense may fRirlv tiPBaumad to have been quite keen and vigorous as that of our moral (1 1) Radical Congress, proposed to ex- nl..a Jnni Gullet "as a man whose whole life disqualifies him from sitting in that body. REMARKABLE LONGEVITY. Mrs. Mote, an old lady living in Ti ton county, Tennessee, has now reached her one hundredth year, having been borninl76tf. She was a grown young kdv at the close of the first great Amer ican Revolution, and has lived to see the country pass the ordeal of several wars since, and survive them all. bue is one of the earliest settlers of Tipton county, having been a resident of that county nearly forty years. She still lives in the enjoyment of good health, and as the centuries come and go may still survive the storms of many years to come. As the impressions of youth grow brighter with advancing age, what a flood of re collections must crowd that old lady's memory I Cotemporary with Washing ton. Jeffebsok and Madison, what must be her thoughts in regard to many of their successors ? Among the earliest of our recollections was this venerable old ladyL and then she was regarded as a very old woman. A MILLIOHAIRTB WIFE'S EXPENSES. Wealthy families sometimes have trouble, eet into lawsuits and expose their secrets to the world. In New York, in a divorce case that is pending, it ap pears in the evidence that the wife, who plnima maintenance in the same style in which she has been living, besides the use of a furnished house, is accustomed to spend $100 a day. $36,500 is a neat little sum for a lady's "pin money." when she has besides a house to live in, her larder supplied, and all the furniture necessary to the most luxurious ease. If all wives were as expensive as this New Yorkers, the matrimonial fever, new so prevalent hereabouts, would con siderably abate. WHAT SEWARD BATS. A Washington correspondent says: " Parties who have conversed with Sec retary Seward within a few days, state that he declared that the policy of grant ing universal amnesty, to be followed by the adoDtion of universal suffrage, is destined to be the basis upon which res toration will be finally completed. He agrees, however, with the President, that it belongs exclusively to States to reza- late the question of suffrage." faf The articles of impeachment are actually drawn, and have been submitted to some legal adviser of the Radical party. They were drawn by Mr. Bing ham, of Ohio. They will be offered. But a change is coming over the North ern commercial interest in regard to the Radical programme. They will resist the impreachment of the President, because it will necessarily produce much financial and commercial destruction, and if it result in bis deposition, will set the Mexican example of chronic revolu tion in the Executive power. letyln the Probate Court at St Louis, a few dajs ago, an administrator filed bonds to the amount of $100,000, to ad minister properlv an estate of a dece dent, named Antoaio Barboraria, valued at $50,000. This large fortune was accumulated by Antonio in selling pea nuts and apples at a fruit-stand in St Louis, and his widow has become his heir. There is no legitimate business, however humble, which, if properly attended to, will not give prosperity to those who follow it m The bill makinc habitual drunk enness a sufficient cause for divorce has passed the Vermont Legislature, 1J to 11, with an amendment rcauiring that the drunkenness must be o( two years duration previous to the boding of the libel. What a commentary upon the civiliza tion of the age, when divorces become so cheap. It speaks well for the Puritan ism and Free-loveism of New England. a&.The Mobile GazetUh&s suspended for want of patronage. The last article was a severe excoriation of Gov. Pat ton for setting apart a day fur public thanksgiving and prayer. It says: "Let no one who values the freedom of bis conscience and the dignity of his reli gion, listen to the audacious attempt of the State Governor ic dictate to us, wheu and for whom we shall pray." PS" About four o'clock last Tuesday morning a meteor lighting the whole heavens, was seen in the vicinity of Rome, Georgia, moving rapidly south- westwardly. It appeared like a fire ball as large as '.he sun. It exploded appar ently ten miles off with a tremendous report like a forty pound cannon that shook the earth and made windows rattle. StaT Governor Swanx said in his speech at Baltimore on the night of the election that Mr. JoHtcaos gave him carte bUnche to use the United States troops, but he felt that if he should nse them he "might be placing a weapon ia the hands of Radical enemies of the President and of the country to be used as a ground of impeachment by them." j Paf The Mount Vernon Press says : The Chicago Time has been bought up by t! le Radicals, and is now an Abolition news paper. As we have heard of several clubs, bains mado up for this sheet in this neighborhood, we consider it our duty to tell Democrats that if they do not want a negr p suffrage paper to enter their houses, they must not subscribe for it. itST The Controller of Georgia is somewhat puzzled to knew how to collect the taxes from negroes. ..They refuse to pay, change their names and residences, and float about over the State to avoid the tax gatherer, and generally when they are picked up there is no money, So the collectors do not know what to do, as the law provides no remedy. t On Saturday last Judge Coopeb decided at Marfreesboro that tho Ten' nessee franchise law is unconstitutional The opinion was delivered in the manda mus case of Judge B. L. Ridlet vs. Shebbbookb, the Commissioner of Regis tration. It ia represented to have been conclusive in reasoning, and covered all the points in issue. toy" A Washingten special says that Gen. Jobn A. Logan, member of Con gress at large from Illinois, is making arrangements to impeach President Johnson. He is now organizing the Grand Army'of the Republic for active operations, in anticipation of the refusal of the President to be ousted from his seat ' ' t" The New York Express says that Irish merchants in New York have of fercd any lumber of ships to Stephens, the Fenian, and adds: "It is barely possible that tho Atlantic cable may suddenly cease to speak in a short time on this question which must bo in ad vance.for the present" JSTOn the day previous to the recent election in Massachusetts, the Essex Statesman said: "We shall tc-morrow send Butler to Congress with an im peachment document in one hand, and a halter in the other, to first hang Presi dent Johnson, and the next every Dem ocrat in the United States." IST It is said by the New York Kewt that the editors and reporters of the Herald have formed a combination against Bennett, and robbed him of fifty thousand dollars. An investigation is now going on iu that establishment, and bout thirty of its attaches are to be at once discharged. IfSTA young man in Nashville, Tenn., fearing that he would be attacked with the cholera, took an entire bottle of Perry Davis' pain killer and followed it with a dose of laudunum. He didn't take the cholera, but the medicine did the business for him. He went to sleep and never woke again. M&" A split has occo-red in the Bap tist Church at Jeffersonville, Ind. A se ceding party established a millenium churoh, ia the expectation of going to the stars oa the occasion of the meteoric shower, and were greatly disgusted at the failure of the programme. tSFlt is reported in some of the Northern papers that an old gentleman who recently died ia North Carolina, left seventeen thousaid acres of land in that State to Head Centre Stephens, as a contribution to the cause of Irish inde pendence. K&,The Government of the United States has commenced a suit in France, to recover a large amount of money ac cruing from the building thereof "ves sels for the Emperor of China" on rebel American account 10 The Radicals are taking the sober second thought not knowing where their programme of impreachment may end financial ruin seems te stare them in the face, and an appeal to their pockets is omnipotent tBB The Enterprise (Miss.) Star learns that the planters of Jasper, Smith and Clark counties have sown largely of oats and wheat Their cotton, is all gathered, and a large part of it in the market t&" Col Sherman, a brother of the Lieutenant General and the Senator, is candidate for the judgeship of the Northern District of Ohio, recently made vacant by the death of Judge Wilson. J. The attempt of the celebrated horse, Captain MtGowan, to trot tweaty one miles inside an hour at Boston, on Friday, wits a failure, and he was with drawn at the thirteenth mile. fjQT The Missouri Legislature elect is said to be politically composed as fol lows: Senate, 24 Radicals and 8 Con servatives ; House, 90 Radicals and 43 Conservatives. l&'The United Slates Marshal at Nashville has sold $20,000 worth of whis key, confiscated to the United States for violation of the revenue laws. HaT4' 111 be round this way in a min ute," as the second hand said to the pen dulum. Beauty and TJgliaess. People's notions of beauty differ. Tam erlane a Wife, who had no nose, was thought a belle by her cotemporaries. A patrician of Venice had a scurvy little proboscis, and that was held of itself a sufficient disqualification for the doge's cap and ring. Cicero admired the squinting eye, such as Greek sculptors otten gave to Venus, and Minerva was sometimes figured with a complexion as dusk j as any gipsy wife on Epsom Downs. Some of the Greeks held blue eyes to be hideous, and Diosclorides tells us that tbey had aa art the fine practiced, perhaps, eanluries afterwards at Donny brock fair of making them black. Hunchbacks have had their admirers, who contend that the dorsal curvature is the true line of beauty, and that the bump, so far from being a deformity, "as dull fools suppose," is ia itself a grace ful ornament, seeing that, in its outline, it approximates the figure so many ob jects i a nature agastric, to-wit: the sua, the terrestrial globe, the span above us of uriat blue, the head of man seat of his intellect and organ ot bis will. Throughout the middlo ages it was a prevalent belief that the ugliness ot the wicked and the wicked were very nely was in precise pro'portiou to their wickedness, and so the spirit ot evil himself was ever pictured as abominably hideous and revoltin gly frightful : very nniike tho "not '.ess than archangel ruined," a&aWs outward presentment is portrayed by4Milton. "As ugly as sin," diabolically hideous," are phrases found in other languages besides our own. In the same way vir tue and goodness, the at tributes of the s-aint the characteristics of the angel, are habitually linked both in idea and expression, with either ma iestio charms of enchanting loveliness. " As beautiful as an angel," "seraphic beauty," are modes of expression fa miliar to our lips ; and, ' furthermore, it ia usual enough, when the desire in to convey approbation of a certain line of conduct, to say such conduct was ae cidedlv handsome." Hereby we discover the connection which unconsciously, perhaps, subsists in our minds between things which are true, honest and just, and things which are lovely. VornhiU Magazine. Rich Bei's Sons. Henry Ward Boucher, in a sermon delivered at Plymouth Church, last Sun day evening, produced the following picture ot rich men s sons : Men seem ashamed to labor, and often you shall find men who have made themselves respected in labor, have built up a business and amassed a fortune, who turn to thoir sons and say : " You shall never do as I did ; you shall lead a differ ent life; yon shall be spared all this. Uh, these rich men's sons! They aim to lead a life of elegant leisure; and that is a life of emasculated idleness and lazi ness. Like the polyp that floats useless and nasty upon the sea, all flabby, no muscle, no bone it shuts and opens and shuts, and sucks in and squirts out again, ot no earthly ac count, influence or use. Such are thse pour fools. Their parents toiled and grew strong, built up their frames of iron and ot bone; but denying au this to their sons they tura them upon the world boneless, muscleless, simple griz zle, and seft at that What if you do get your time reduced toeighthours, and wages increased to five dollars, does that educate you ? Gov. Sharkey and Impartial Suffrage. A prominence is again given to the letter of President Johnson to the lato Provisional Governor Sharkey, of this State, in which it is said the President urged the doctrine of "impartial suf frage," so called. We feel authorized to state from a recent conversation with Governor Sharkey, that be is utterly op posed to negro suffrage in any way it can be fixed, partial or impartial He also believes that Congress has nothing to do with the subject, and cannot legally touch it It belongs exclusively to the States, each State acting for itself. No compro mise between Congressand the President can affect the rights of the States, and no State ought to accept such compro mise, no matter how favorable, without being consulted. Our conversation with the Governor occurred within the last ten days, and altbeugh not designed for publication, we believe these to be fats views honestly entertained, and now that his name is used in such connection as will be likely to misrepresent him, we take the liberty of putting them for ward. icksburg Herald. The Washington Genealogy. Mr. Joseph Chester, an American liv ing in London, has been looking up Washington's lineage, and proves, te his own satisfaction at least, that the received genealogy is incorrect He says : In the year lfi57, two brothers, John and Lawrence Washington, left England for the Virginia colony. The genealogy from these brothers down, is of course. easily traced with entire accuracy. John was the immediate ancestor of George Washington, being his great grandlather. Although the two Washingtons were men of some note, tbey have hitherto been confounded by all who have written of the Washington pedigree, from Sir Isaac Heard to Washington Irving, with two other men of the same name, but only distantly related to them. Mas. Thompson, wife of Hon. Jacob Thompson, of Mississippi, Buchanan's Secretary of the Interior, has been here to intercede with tbe President for her husband, who is now in Europe and desires to return. The President has yielded to Mrs. Thompson, and Mr. Thompson has permission to return. Applications have also been made in behalf of Mason and Slidell, but these have not been granted. Journal of Uommerce A handsome young Yankee peddler made love to a buxom widow in Penn- ivlvania. He accompanied his declara tion with an allusion to two impediments to their union. ame them, said the widow. " Tbe want of means to set up a retail store." They parted and tbe widow sent the peddler a check for am ple means. When tbey met again the peddler had hired and stocked hi store, and the smiling fair one begged to know tbe other impedimeut "I have another lie, cried the nation dealer. The Cotton Crop. A dixpatch from New Or'nann la the New York World announces that tho receipts of cotton si or. November 1st do not warrant aa estimate for the entire crop greater than 1,500,000 bales. Tbe dispatch states that ctantersare sendinif in their cotton freely, bat that many of them alrpariv rrnort their aunnlv mm ex hausted We print the above for the in-4 formation of those interested in the sub ject, but without indorsing its accuracy. In his bitter to Calvin Colton. on Sen tember2, 1843, Mr. Clay says: "The present question (the slavery question) in tbe rree Mates will destroy all har mony, and finally lead to disunion. Tbe consequences of disunion are perpetual war ioe extinction oi inc Aincan race ultimate military despotism." A tot.oBEO cook expecting company of her own kind, was at a loss how to en tertain her frieads. Her mistress said : " Polly, you must make an apoloL-y." " Lat Missus, how can I make it t 1 got no apples, no eggs, no butter, no nuflm to make it wid. Barnaul has bought tbe teut General Butler pitched in Gloucester, as a curi osity, it being tbe only one from which its owner ever marched to victory. Prentice is recovering. He says: If you would remedy dyspepsia diet If you would remedy gray hair dye it Only one ass ever spoke like man ; hundreds and thousands of men are talk ing like a?es. BY TELEGRAPH. J- i i THE NOON DISPATCHES : . V- I H COTTON AND GOLD QUOTATIONS " Beblin, November 50. The Prussian Government intends to have a Consul General located in New York. i' 1: , London, Nov. 2C, p.m.' It ia rumored that a Republican movement has been discovered in Paris. . ' . ' The Empress Eugenie and her son will spend the winter in Rome. ' " Liverpool, November 2G, p-m. Cot ton market unchanged ; breadstuff mar ket without change; lard dull. , , London, Nevembcr 2G, p.m. Money market easier; consols closed at 89; 5.20s, TOJ; Erie, ill; Illinois Central, 111 ' - Toronto, November 2G. The Court of Queen's Bench has not yet delivered judgment in the case of the Queen vs. Stephen McMahon, Lynch, et al, as to whether the rule will be granted on the application of Mr. , McKenzie for new trials. . ,, ' ...... As Saturday was the last day for moving for new trials, none can be made in the caso of the Queen vs. Haydon, Quinn and the other Fenian prisoners under sentence of death, who will be ex ecuted on the day already fixed, unless their sentences aro commuted. Hartfobd, Conn., November 20. AI- lyn Stillman, the Republican candidate for Mayor, has over two hundred major ity, and tho entire Republican ticket for town officers is elected. . . , Quebec, November 26. A fire at Port Levi, yesterday, destroyed property to the amount of $ 1C,000. No insurance. Four sailors belonging to the ship Anodin, were thrown from the fo'retop, one oi them being crushed to death, two drowned and the fourth seriously injured. London, November 2G. A letter is published in tbe Daily New to-day stating that tho Government has volun tarily re-opened the case of the privateer Alabama. Mr. Seward, in behalf of tho American Government, demanded tho settlement of the claims for damages done by that vessel, some two months ago. Jefferson City, November 2G. The Slate Times says a new daily paper is to be started by the Radicals and Conserva tives, on tho basis of negro suffrage, aiming to secure the public printing and to influence the election of the succes sor of Hon. B. Grata Brown in the U. S. Senate. ' ' ' NEW ADVERTISEMENTS Dwelling House on Poplar St. WE HAVE FOR SALE A FIRST RATE modern-built cottaire residence, contain ing everv convenience fnr a emull family. It is situated just beyond Mr. Brinkley's reidenoa. MUNBAttUAA AlUNTUUMKKl. 74 Heal Estate Brokers. ELEGANT FURNITURE. GEO. J. HENKELS, LACY & CO., 13th and Chestnut 6ts., PII ILADELPHIA. W E HAVE A SUIT OF NINE ROOMS, eluKaaUy carpeted and lurnisned om- plote FARLORS AND CHAMBERS. PurehAAern can pee how a ittit of furniture will appear in tlieir bouse, and cun4 from theae rooms, make a better selection tlian they can rom furniture promiscuously placed iu la Kite wareroomi. . 123 Bagging, itope and: Twine. JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE LOW to tbe trade, to dole out consignment, of the BEST BRANDS 0E " KENTUCKY BAGGING, ROPE AND TWDiE. ' TRADER'S, 324 Front street. UHUVllK at KAKEK'H CELEBRATED ELASTIC STITCH SEWING MACHINES! 309 Main SI., lrfffiisphM. W Memphis" and Little Rock P.k' at.Tiar ano T"i ' Orncr.T io. 14 Monro, street, r Minnim. T Hur.zl, li. J I!. WA I.Ult AN. SECRETARY AND If 'jr.a..rrr: rive QUDin-a ani i,,.. tli'.u-and i'.lliirf ' fif'l luurt mice bend oi . i V 1 ... .A -.1 f.rr KvUil ini. i (irai'in; n - ...... .... n In-.t nti ,. I M.mpliu. ion will tbvralnre .rcrl to rail fr and eullrt t'i first iu.tall turai, and fl" l"T rrnl. per ra Dth thereafter, ntil tbe whole is l"id. R. C. T.F.INKLEY, I're-Idonl U. and L. H. R. K. Co. NOTICE. 0lHrilHr wil! l l'e rill at my ' V. -re. nh , fh NTH DAY DE CKMttKH UM'lW ia. fint install'"'0" tha boail. siiiTrb' M lor lr them. All the wora t. U-n lt '.ul. Ouiuates will be in, an oatrart'ir n.a-t ,l,ae unrT W. Ti. WALDRAN. V.', ST.Urr and Tn-vur M.A L.K.K.K.Co. AMUSEMENTS, r- EVj MEMPHIS . THEATRE. Lessee' ana Manager .W. C. THOMPSON Stage Manager -M. LANAGAN Treasurer.. C. D. STKINKUUL Second Night of theooWirated GHIONf AND GRAND ITALIAN x OPEKA. MAX STRAKOSCH Director. TUESDAY EVENING. Nov. 27,1800. willbe Brencnted Anber's sparkling Opera, 1KA IAVOLO. with M'lle Canisaa, Mad. l'utti r Htrakoaoh, Signers Irfre, Errant. Ardavaum, Sard and Coletti in tbe principal rules. ADMISSION-Dreis Circle' and Parquotte, $2 50: Family Circle. 1 00 : Gallery, tue. . : MEMPHIS CLUB HALL, 1 ' GREENLAW'S OPERA BUILDING ' : FORAFKW DAYS ONLY 7.fIC211!rC Commencing; , r Friday Evening, Not. 30th. Grand Family Matinee Saturday Aftenoon Tbe Great Original Miltonian Tableaux of PABADISE LOST. THE MOST EXTRAORDINARY EXHI bition in the world, creating tbo most in tense sensation wherever exhibited, the largest halls being filled day and night to witness the imposing spectacle, conveying to the mind of the beholder the most exalted idea of lloaven, and au awful and iuipreuaive idea of the Infer nal Regions below. Go and see the Great Spectaclo of Satan and the Rebel Host being Driven ' Out of Eeaven, ' KVERY NIGHT! Pandemonium, or Hell, with Satan in Council thore 1 Baton's Voyage from Hell through Chaos to this Earth! ' EVERY NIGHT! TILE GARDEN OF EDENI ADAM AND EVE I THEIR SIN AND EXPULSION I MINISTERS RECOMMEND IT! MINISTERS RECOMMEND IT! In order that all elaues of pcoplo may hare nn opportunity of witnessing this wonderful ex hibition, the prije of admission is feduced to 50 cents. Reserved Seats. 76o. Admission to Matinees', all parts of the bouse, 5Uo. ; Children to Matinees, 25c. The sale of reserved seats will commence on THURSDAY MORN INU, at 10 o'clock, at V. Kat.enbach'B Music Store, whore a diagram of the Hall can be seen. Doors enen in the evening at 7 o clock ; com mence at b o'clock. Doors open to Matinee at 2 o'clock j commence at S o'clock. Carriages may be ordered in waiting at 9; a o'clock. An efficient police fore will be in attendance to preserve order. The elegant Orpan used ftt our exhibitions is one of Mason & Hamlin's Autumatio Cabinet Organs, kindly loaned by F. Katienbach, who is the sole agent of this city. No. 317 Main st. A. M, DORLAND, Manager. F. C. GARDNER, Agent. 1J THE NEW OLYMPIC, e . ' Second St., near Jefferson, ' PETERSON fc McGEE, managers! OPEN EVERY EVENING. THE BEST Variety Troupe in America, Novel at tractions urosentcd in rapid succession. Grand Matinee' every Saturday at 2 p.m., for Ls'lie" end Children. Admiion 25cont. 1 to FLORENCE LOCKSTITCH SEWING. MACHINES. TTIGHFST PREMIUM, FAIR OF AMER- JL lean institute, iouo. cesi in uie wunu Ureat simplicity I Great capacity ! Celebrated Reversible Feed Movement. Uniform Solf-Adjusting Tension. ' Four Separata Distinct Stilches. W ill Uatber and fecw a Kuine.eic, at once. CitvnilArs furninhed nnnn application at IIANBC'RY'S Photograph Gallery, ho. WVA Main street. VI is BOOKS and STATIONERY 197 MAIW ST BiE E T WEBSTEB BLOCK. W. Z. MITCHELL, Dealer In 25 s c. if o o W MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS A Full Stock of Bibles, Hymn Book. Prayer Books Testament. Juvenile Books, Novels, Itaaonio Books, and Diplomas. ALL OF WHICH ARK OFFERED AT TI1K Lowest Market Prices. Call and aaamine .... .1.. ii i'-is Empire Vinegar Works. LUDWIG ALEXANDER, Manufacturer and wholesale dealerin pure Apple, Cider and Wine YlneRar. OFFICES, SS5 MAIN. CORNER UNION itreet, and VA Front Mroet, at Corona fc Uamnkil T All nfllfs. 1 ' f,l .-. - CAKIIART, WillTFOKI) & CO., Manufacturers and Wholceale Dealers in HEADY-MADE CI.OTIIIXG, AMERICAN EXPRESS BUILDING. 55, 57, 59 and 61 Hudeon Street, Near Doana. corner of Worth street, N K W V O II It . T. r. ClKiT. HKiT HS1. ' ta.s. wHirrosD, J. a. va vaukxi. A. T. WilllLTOH. . . . . v. I L 1 ' .. -1. . in II ,-IT.t CTsOittlKETT & CO., Crescent Livery, Auction -AXD SALE SrlVI3Lt:S. THE FINEST ITARXES3 BUGGIES ASD X Carnages lor Bira. Auction Sales Xvsry Day at 10 0'Clock, Special attention paid to the unloading of Stock fro SUam boats and Can. TARDROOM furnUhed with or witbuat feed, l il IiOB. CAYCE. Auctioneer. DRY COODS. Mammoth Cheap Store, 07 Main Street. ( PANIC ' IN DRY GOODS ! Elson Bros. "First In the Field ! HAVING A RESIDENT BUYER INNEW York we are ubie to net the bonetit of the great decline. Our Motto: LARUE SALES AND SMALL PROFIT; . (ireat Clcarina fiale to commence to-morrow. TUESDAY. Nov. 27. and continue until the kit day of January, 1867. if We shall offer our Goods at such low prices as ill Insure their sale. We are bound not to be undersold by any one. In tact, we will guarantee to be lower iaoiir prices than any house in the city. Country storekeepers aad buyers can get rare bargains of us for CASH and CASH ONLY. Just Received . ' i ! MO doi. Opera Kids at $1 25 per pair, r . I &1 d... Oiwir. Nubias 75 cent to &2 ennh. 104)0 ps. Calico, fast oolors. 15 cents per yard, i 1UUU ps. JJrown jjouiesiio irom ia to a cents per J'ard. icd Domestic, greatly reduced a goJ article yd. wide, oents.per yard. . Bleached Domestics, yd. wide, 17 to i(J coats per yurd. cached Domestics. 4-4 yd. widc.20 to 24 cents bc rnr vii.nl . Bleached Domestics, full yard wide, splendid quality, 25 to 27 cents per yard. i Lonsdale, warranted, only 35 cents per yard. 8-4. 'J-4, 1H-4 Shootins-. 70, W) and U0 cents per y'd. Ilea iioKings only m corns per yra. . White Marseilles Spread, $1 2i to $7 60 each nhnan at doublo the money. Jrish Linons greatly reduced. f aoonets from 15 to 50 cents per yard. . I . Check M uslins 20 to 50 cents per yard. Dress Goods rcduoed tuny one-nan our lormer extraordinary low prices. Scoti-h Plaids, half wool and all wool, from 30 to 75 cents per yard. Empross Clothe, all Wool, only 91'A cents per yard. Ladies' all wool Balmorals, bright colors, only $2 50 each. English Morinos only 75 cents per yard, t rench Merinos AT COST 1 AT COST I 1500 dos. Ladies' Hose, white and colored, from ti do to oo per dozen. If von want to savo money and get rood Goods at less than half price, don't forget to attend our GREAT CLEARING SALE. One price only and terms cash. l - ELSON BROS., P7 207 Mi-. ulreet. MEDICAL. Something New Under the Sun. A New Era in Medicine. LET TIIE SUFFERING AND DISEASED read the fullowing i i T,t .11 who have been civon no br Doctors. and spoken of as incurable, read the followiiu:: faith in evidence, read the fullowing : Know all Men bythme PrettnU. That on this, tho twentieth day of June, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-six, personally cnine Joseph Ilaydock to me, known as such, and being duly sworn, deposed as fol Let an w no ean uoneve tacts, anu can nave lows : That be is tne sole general agent lor tna United State and dependencies thereof, for pre- nrai ions or oipiiuuih .uunu m jmamuiuu.? M.I.Knnt KAl.VE. and that the following certificates are verbatuin copies to the best oi his knowledge and belief. L. S.J JAMES SMEITRE. Notary Public, tv ail Direct, mil ora. Tin. MinniFr. T take mv Den to write vou of my great relief, and that the awful pain in my side has left me at last-thanks to yonr medicine. Oh, doctor, bow thanklul I am that I can get some sleep. I can never write it enough. I. thank you again and again, and am suro you re really the friend of all sufferers. I eould not help writing to you, and hope you will not take it amiffl. ja.un.i mitn;, Junel, 1806. 116 Avenue D. This is to certify that I was discharged from the army with Chronic Diarrhoea, and have been cured be Dr. Maeglel's Pills. ' . WILSON HARVEY. New York. April 7, lbOi. 27 Pitt Street. The following is an interesting case of a man employed in an Iron Foundry, who, in pouring melted iron into a flask that was damp and wet caused an explosion. The melted irom was thrown around and on him in a perfect shower, and he was burnt dreadfully. The following certificate was given to me by him about eight weeks after the accident: N kw York, Jan. 11, 1868. My name is Jacob II aril v ; 1 am an iron foun der; I was badly burnt by hot iron in November last: my burn, healed but 1 had a running sore on my leg that would nobheul; I tried Manxiel's Salve, and it cured me in a few weeks. Ibis is all true, and any body can now see me at Jack son's Iron Works, Second Avenue. J. HARDY. WHAT THE PATIENTS SAY OF Dr. Magglcl's Pills and Salve! Extracts from Various Letters. "I had no appetite; Maggicl's Pills gave oe a hearty one." " Your Pills are marvelous." " T send for another box, and keep thcin in the house." "Dr. Maggiel has cured my headache that was chronic." " I gave half of one nf yonr pills to ray babe for cholera morbus. The dear little thing gut well in a day." " My nausea of a morning is now'cured." " Your box of Mftggiel's Salve cured me of noises in the head. I rubbed some of your Salve behind my ears and the noise left." " Send me two boxes I want one for a poor family." " I enclose a dollar your price is twenty-five cenW, but the medicine to me is worth a dollar." " Sond me five boxes of your pills." " Let me have three boxes of your Salve by ieturn mail." " The best Pills for headache I ever had." 'Mv liver works like an angina, thanks to your Pills." "Iam pleased to say to you. Dr. Maggiel, that I would not be without a box of yuur Tills for curiag me of morning nausea lor the world,' " You will find enclosed one dollar. Your Pills are only 25 cent, but I consider them worth to me one dollar." " Dei a 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 crushed It to powder, and gave it in jelly to my little babe tor cholera morbus. The dear litllo pet was well in three hours after." "I suppose it Is hardly worth while to tell you my burned foot ho got well from the use of your Salve. Knclnted find 25 cents l'ir an other box to keep in the houxo." "Send me another box of Salve." " Enclosed find 75 cents for two boxes of your Maggiel's Pills and one of Salve." " The most gentlo yot searching medicine I ever swallowed." I Have Over 200 Such Testimonials. MAGOIElS PILLS AND SA1.VP are al most universal in tbeir euct, and a cur. can t almost always guaranteed. FOR ill 1.1, ri DISEASES nothing can be more productive ot cure than these Pills. Tlirir alinot nmcir in fluence is felt at once ; and the u.ual rom-'imi-Unt of this most dixtrexsing dicao are re moved. There rrtneilie are made from the purest VEGETABLE CM I'Ol NHS. They will not harm themort delicate female, and ran be given wilh anod effect in prescribed to the youngest babe. FUR CUTANEOUS tuS OKUKKS and all eruptions nl the skin tbe SALVK U most invaluable. It does not heal externally aluno, but penoiralt.. wilb tbe must searching ehocU U. tho very rout of the evil. " DR. MAGGlKiS PILLS IHVAttUBLT Ct'gl TH rill.l.nwiKO PAUSES! Asthma, lleiaeh.. bowel Complaints, Indigestion. . Coughs. Influeiiia. Colds, Inflammation, Chest Piseaees, It.ward W.ikne, Coslivrnest, Liver Couip'aii.ts. liyspepia. lowuesa of Spirits. 1'i.rrhira, Kinsworm, Dropsy, Rheumatism, Debility, t-lt Kheum, Fever ami Ague, tk'ald. Slyin Diseasee, Each Box Contains Twelve nils. ONS FILL IS A POSE. NnTirg. None genuine without the en graved trade mark around ea-h ot or box, signed by DOCTOR J. MAHU1KL. New York, to counterfeit whieh is felony. V c-olj by all respectable Tealers in Med icines throughout the United Stales aud Cane dn. nf Ji eeot. tr hnr i"'t. 4 11" CCUENCK'S MACillNKRY DEPOT Vf O cob B Scbenck. Airent, No. 7(1 Maidea Lane. N. Y. Woodworth'a Tlaning. Tnwumi and Groring Machines, Sah and Blind .Ma chinery, Portable and Stationary Steam ima gines and Boilers. Pace's Circular Paw M ills of the roost approved construction, of all rtt. and all kinds of Machinery for working ! iri!. Also a sufrior quality ul Leather Belt ing, Rubber Belling, Packing, etc eoU4-4J