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HlLtg OH ax. an. W.. MOORS., i. T. WHT. OkV, HOOBB WEST, I AGENTS FOR Til K Life Insurance Company J HI OF HARTFORD. OONS.J j 'cash Assets over $1,000,000 j Til K OBOHGIA Homo Insurance Company, ''a';OFC0LnMBU8. OA. ...j ' ""Ciwli AaMtei- JIOO.OOO! ; THET ST4TE ' ' ' INSURANCE COMPANY, C!0i3i OF NASHYIlilt. TESR.J'.'j 7lipltol , eoo,ooo : WE INSURE LU B FOLICIFS ON ALL the improved plea. J take note for one-nan tno iruuuui. ""T. ... r " tr.velin and residing. outh at all "aaons of the year. Also insure """' by tiro on bouses, merchandise, furniture, stc, Madison and Main . M.mi.kl Tenn. IH ir T rr x " : . ' ' " -PUBLIC LEDGER. J'v t. v"' I ' --''v ...Office. NQ. .1M Malioa,Btmt .". LARGEST CITT CIRCULATION Saturday Ewanlnc, Jan. Sth. 1867 AID TO MRS. SATIS. Mrs. DjtTis, the. wife' of J iffemoh Patis, remaiied recently that, in regard i.l L.ttaM ill nmild aeA fenr WIT IU UAliurjr auatiti.,, " - clear for three months, but beyond that, "all was dark.w The meaning of that kI eminent and excellent lady was, that be- yond that period, ihe did not perceire from" whit source her meuni of sobsist ine her family, were to be derived. In other wordsVWrvation wag' to be "appre hended. It may, or may not be gener- ally' known' that she' is sustaining two households, one at Fortress Monroe, and one in Canada." Besides, ber children are to be educated, clothed and boarded. f These art facts, and most be recognized and provided for by Mrt. Davis. She can neithe ignore nor change them. She cannot' perform the duties required of her without money.' The plainest com mon ' sense teaches that "Money ' she " inosi have ; " bu( from what source is it to be derived T Clearly from ' no business, for she can transact none. Her husband, 'her 'legal protector, is ,1pr'oner'" cannot provide for her not even for him self. Indeed, it is solely on hit account ttiat she is thus afflicted. Ilia fare is that which the Government doles out to felons, and is unsuhed to his physical condition. ..But for the aid which the Southern peo '''pie have extended to Mrs. Davis, her "husband would not now be living. But ' moetvimportanibf all, he is the repre sentative of the South, j- Every pang sent to his heart is meant for the punishment of the people of the South. Every indig nity to "which he is subjected is meant for them. Any infamy, whieh the Gov ernment 'may ostensibly intend for him, is hurled at the South., He is imprisoned and tortured that the South may suffer. ?ln him the South Is imprisoned; through Wri the treason of the South W to be " made odious." t And if he shall suffer , jleath, it is . expected that the death pang " will quiver through the heart and soul of the South that the South will be exe cuted. -' J IowT fellow-citizens of -Memphis. let us reason together., Is it, or is it not, tur duty to relieve, as far as we can, the .sufferings which are meant for us? "shall Mr. Davis die of starvation, when we possess the means of relieving him? Shall Mri Davis appeal in vain to the tenor of those of whom Mr. Davis is the representative ? ' Shall she be denied the means, of cheering hi sad lot, of sup- ,! i5orting her two households and of edu cating her children ? We see your lips nuiver, and hear from them tbe indig' nant Ko. No. then, let it be. Fifty " times no. tct niTspeak it" Let us glad' ilon th heart oi the treat prisoner let us render "beyond three months" lumin cms, by sending on to Mrs. DaviI a hand nome sum of money. We can do it, and f 'we tn'Udo it All that is necessary is a little action. The disposition is abroad, and many' persons with whom we have .conversed, are anxions to contribute. But what is the best plan , of achieving the end proposed? ' May we offer a sug Kcstion ? Let prominent and influential .-.gentlemen take the matter in band and arrange v, that , each one shall call on such persons as are sup : toeed to be . favorable - to the ob ject, and obtain their contributions. The manner of canvasing can be ar ranged when they come together. As - an incipient step, we propose the names Cou Cbab. McLaik, Johit Newsoii, oh H. Bows, Joh Caava, : JVm. L-'GairriKo,' , Feed. Warxs, AVTOST COSDAKO. We ask these gentlemen to take this important matter in hand. We know that they will perform a great and noble deed. We' know that the people of Memphis will respond to their sol'utita- tioos and joyously brighten the wsy of those who have fallen from greatness into misfortune, because they were the .friends aud ' representatives of the 'Southern people. Whether the gentle men whbsa aames have been suggested shall or shall not comply 'with this re quest, we say .to the public that any one disposed' to assist the suffering family of Mr. Datis, . can accomplish that ' object" iy leaving hi cjutribu tioa at the Pusuc Liixjss office. Whatever it may be in nmount,itill be Yaithful'y appropriated to the purpose fr which shall hare been intended. We coucluda Vy asking our citizens to '. move ia this matter at once. . There may be rnf i delay, and sorrow in pro- rraaiiaatioB. Let as act, and act at " f.ace. Tlf t!ie gentlemen whose names we bare snfgented as active leaders in iiT, tiiatle-, cannot have an interview this afternoon, they may meet on Monday and orgaaia plan of action. THI TOURIBTI It XW ORtEAKfc Tha . Congressioial touriiU r bad f a handsome .recaption la Nsw Orleaps. The dinner wasigiven at the St Louis hotel, and was attended by maoy'dis tinguished cltiaens, among whom wm Gen, Biavbcoakd. Nothing could ex ceed the bill of fare, oi papK Bk Wap did. not speak, or at least wo Jo not finu his name mentioned1 among those of other spuakors-' Vico President FoiTsa appears to be the most conserve stive of the party. To a toast: " The restoration of tha Union," etc., he re plied: A week ago this morning our party i .. .1. ,;....) fnr tlisDurpose of taking a glance at your country ana its people, and. this morning, " seera'j ho-.' we Cnd ourselves in the city of Kw Orleans. We have been the re cipienU of the courtesies and bospitali ties of your people, and you now receive us at in enteruinment 'f " ? mind the tu.morieeof the old-time ) libe rality and msgai6cence of New Orleans hosnitality. Even without this, we should have been iuht ""'r1'"' -. , -r ev But in addition to this, tne : eQects ot suoo uiou..,i - r; if I mistake not, are of greater impor- j.J7.nin and do away with mutual ' - T .. . II- V.... in prejudices, and tnus we reauj new heart one peopie. , n-L .athArinira. tOO. provoke . c.i;. nf nationality. I feel that ninirla toffnther mora, we should be better tnenas, ana wu.u next to impossible to make us eoemiea . ur. i.... kM ahnwinc tbut far a con siderable capacity tor receiving; F talities. 2utaltoopeU)$hoatno distant day that we ore ao" - "'" them. I, who live in tbe far Last, can r ....ir.nit far mv constituents that if you will come North. W o.r t sides and our homes, we shall always the same kindly welcome wmcn you have given ta ns here. .. . t Senator La being caiiea npou, rUOO and made the following remarks : ' W. .hall carrr from your city sunny Unds. The Cres- cent City, In queenly robes, is yet des tined to become the greatest commercial emporium of God's green earth-at-tkaviiirVk All a traditions are historical mat ters, our standpoints may differ, yet in brotherhood, in national', .u u.w..v memories, we are one, . The dramatist assures us that "brevity is the soul ot wit I therefore curtail my remarks lo propo sing the following toast: ,'. Tbe Cres cent City may her horns always be full. Now. behold bow great is tne contrast between the sentiments ' of Congress men as spoken in Washington and New Orleans. In one place there are breath- incs of vengeance in the other, senti- menu of courtesy, if not fraternity. If these men speak truly, their opinions in respect to the feelings of the Southern people , have been modified by actual observation.: We shall see whether it be hut seemint The speech of Gen. Bb- to was the best made, and brought down the house, all parties cheering. . We quote from the Crttctni: - General Bemtok, collector oi internal revenue in this district, having been called upon, made a few remarks that were received wun nearij apyisuw j 11 parties. He had, be said, in suo stance, been a resident of Louisiana for a year past It was his pleasure and his duty to say that since be bad been here, by both ladies and gentlemen, be bad been treated with courtesy and kindness. For those- parlies who op posed him in the late struggle of arms.for those who provetbeir honesty and sin cerity by fighting for their conviotions, be bad tne nignesi renpetu aiui, said he, I believe tbe war is over, and now I am as much in favor r mim I was in favor of war when the army of the Southern people chal lenged ui to combat I have a higher regard for the people of the South who proved their siooerity by shouldering a musket than those who stood in their thresholds as we marched to the field and made mouths at us. We nave bad enougn of war now let us have peace. I stood in the front rank in battle, ana I can in good faith take him by the hand who fought against me. , . 0 OBEELET OH SEWARD. Mr. Sxwabo's opinion of Horace Gekilet, tersely expressed, was pub lished in the papers a few days ago. Upon being brought to GreeleYs no tice, he riled np, and said ; bewabp has brains enough to govern the country. No man ha a clearer or better head; bat tbe trouble with Seward is that he is an infernal scoundrel." . , sr BgUln a drunken spree at Yarktown, Delaware county, Ind., a few days ago, two young men beat tbe barkeeper of the only saloon" in the town nearly to death, and then threw all his liquors, bottles, eta, into the street 1 After this tbey fought each other, one of them using a knife, inflicting sixteen severe cuts upon the body of the other. Thewou&ded man will die. BQ Congressman Lawrexck, of Ohio, in a House debate with reference to re ceiving the $3000 exlrit compensation, denouoced the measure and asked for its repeal Being asked if be had not taken his 13000, he said he "had taken it in obedience to tbe Constitution, whose re quirements be bad taken an oath to sup Port" ' &Itii related in some of the pa pers that the New York chamber of com - merce has indefinitely postponed consid eration of the memorial for the repeal of the cotton tax, bemuse of fear that the taxes will be increased at tbe Nortb, and a desire to saddle them principally on tbe South. JOT A Dutchman at Decatur married a second wife a week after tbe loss of wife No. L Tbe Sabbath following the bride asked her lord to take ber out riding, and was "cut up 7 with the fol lowing responie: " You link I ride out mit anoder woman so soon after the dtalh of oe Iran ? Ko, no!" tSTBc Umpcrate in diet. Our first parents ate themnelvcs out of bouse and home. Exchange. That Will not do. Our first parents, being ignorant of architecture, did not bare a house to eat themselves out oC People do not eat themselves out of house and home i they salk out . KxCbarlei ST. BAfRij experts to make fifty thousand dollars this season out of bl Black Orook. He has the exclusive rigjitfo produce it ouUide of Nw York. ad has already bsiged fif- i'.nd fdutlars at Buffalo and Philadelphia' I ' " 1 ' tSL the National Publishing House of lliubmond, Va., annonnca s fortn coming volume by Hon. A. H. Stepheks, under the title of " History of tha War between the States," . y '.Krjrl mfirBsu. Wood.' with bis) recent faro winnings, and some other pocket money has purchased a handsome row of stores on Broadway. gOTMiss Axka DicKtKSoa and Miss Loci Stok deny the troth of tbe folio ing proposition : "A f Oman's first duty to take care of her baby. - 19" Don't put aff till some future time what you can do now-j-dying excepted And some of you needn't put off that by telegraph: DELAYED DISPATCHES. Paris, Jan. 4, 12 m. As an evi dence of the high appreciation in which he was held by the Emperor Napoleon, the latter In an autograph letter" to .Mr. Bigelow, the retiring United States Min ister, presented him with a copy of his works. The letter was couched in very flattering terms.'"'- Moscow,- Rcbsia, January 4. The Gazttt of to-day has an important ar ticle upon tbe political situation of Rus sia, and argues at length that the onerous conditions imposed upon the' Govern ment by the results of the Crimean war should be removed and thus relieve Rus sia of certain burdens the abrogation of which would materially enhanse tbe pro gressive and civilizing power of the em pire. ' Abe above menttonea arucie excites considerable attention, not only in Gov ernment circles,' but has received the attentive perusal of tha foreign diplo mats at St Petersburg, who have , ad vised '' their ' respective Governments relative thereto." ,' St. Petersburg Jan. .4. The Czai' has issued an ukase extending the fur loughs of officers of the army. . . .. i Berliv, Jan. 4. Several of the North German Governments have formally concluded that Parliament shall meet on the 15th of February next. The Prussian Government is taking active steps towards hastening the elec tion of delegates to Parliament prior to the first proximo. Bbub8els, January 4- The Etaile Beige, in its issue to-day, says that the efforts of the French Government ' to form a quadruple alliance with England, Prussia and Austria, has entirely failed. It states that England favors an alliance with Prussia, provided the latter will guarantee the independence of Belgium. Berlis, Jan. 4. The Koez question in the .sst is assuming tnreaiening proportions and its final settlement is looked npon as involving serious com plioations. 8ome solicitude Is apparent n regard to it by high officials. London, January -"-Evening. The closing price of consols to-day was 90 for money. The following are the clo sing prices of American securities to day : U.S. ffve-twenties, 7; Eries, 46; 111. Cent, 82. . Liverpool, January 4. Tbe cotton market 'continues steady,' with sales of 10,000 bales of middling uplands at 15i Tbe breadstuff market ia firm ; corn is firm with aa upward tendency, Paris, Jan. 4. This evening the Bourse closed steady ) Rsotes closed at C8f82Ja ; Colcxbus, 0., Jan. 4. The House passed the Constitutional Amendment 54 to 25. . r ' ; Baltimore, January 4. The Roman Catholic Church of St Thomas, Manor, Charles county, Md., built one hundred and fifty years ago, is burned. AxKAroui, Jan. 4 A eomnuUee of ten from each House has been appointed to restore and enfranchise certain citi zens. A bill was introduced in the Senate abolishing the sale of negroes for crime. Mobile, January 4. Sales 17SQ bales middling 32 J ; sales for the week (900. New Orleaxs, January 4. Cotton quiet and firm ; sales 4200 low middling 31 1 to 32; middling 33J. Sagar active. Molasses, common, 54 to 56; prim to choice 68 to 72$. Brownsville papers of the 23d nit make no mention of Jbe death of Esco- bedo. - Eztraordiaarr. The five leadinc ionrnals of Paris con tain long and circumstantial accounts of a distinguished engineer wnos neaa was turned perfectly while by a most fright ful dream. 1 be engineer nan viaiwa rough and nnfreqnented mineral region for the purptise of exploring and r-porV ing to the company ot capitalists upon the richnena of a certain Bains. 1 he Digiit of his arrival, and before he de scended into tbe mine, he lodged at a mail inn, and after devouring a pound e.T two of oork chops, went to bed. - lie dreamed that he bad visited tba aia and was beinc hauled up, when ho dis covered that the rope wa almost sev ered, and there was only a single strana tq support bis weight, and that of tb bucket in which ha was be ng draws) np. Suddenly, wben ho ha I attended two hundred feet, the rope, be dreamed, gave way, and be uttered a fearful shriek, which aroused the inmates of the hoaac, and when they burst open the door of the dreamer's room, they found a white beaded man in the place of the Waii headed joung gcntleiaan who had re tired a few hours before. Tb story is well authenticated, aid his is tbe first instsnve on record of a man's hair having been lurnrd white from tbe effecta of dream. Caslteters U Wiaur. It may be 'fell to know the best way to prevent the water in or gas meters from freeiinf, and thus avoid the conse quent asaoTaDce of naiet ttffnt Vae or two pint of glycerine, well mixed with the water, are auAirieot foe a anid dliviud aoeter. hut the cmaatitv most be increased in proportion to tbe frge of cold U wirrh ,hf meter ufpcte4 to o exposed. It poshassps soother advan tuge, namely, it retards the evaporation of tho water, : which , continually takes place, and also results iu tbe sudden extinguishing of tho lights whan tbe qaantily of wntr beooruns too small. A sufficient amount of glycerine In the motor will prevent tins evapora tion entirely, aud obviate an accident not rarely seen in places where a great muuy gas burners are turned on lor in stance, in church during service or n tbe house when tbora is a party. Gly eerina will ramedv all. It bns been in use for tb pnrpojt, ir some time by the uas noraa. mm . A Truthful Saying. Tbe Dnvton Empire savs that the man who takes newspapor, or who Ukos a paper, but does not read the advertise ments, can never oe saiu 10 do wen posteu. The advertisements not only indicate the hunineaa nnternriae of the place wher they are published, but tbe enterprise of tba advertiser, vv ben you see a nrro who advertise liberally, you may b sure of .finding a good stock of goods; that they keep up with the times, and ' can sell a better, ' cheaper articla than those who do not advertise. Any one who is skeptical on this subject can test our theory by calling at the business bouses Ot tnose wno auveruse liberally in their home paper, and it will be found that they keep a larger and better stock of foods than others, and sell at lower prices, while at the same time they are more successful in business., . Tb reaien is thtt liberal ad vertising pays both the advertiser and purchaser. Apply the rule and see if we ar not correct ' ; il ' ' . Xditorlal Life. ' Rut few readers ever think of the la- hnrm and ear devolving udou an editor. Captain Maryatt most truly saysi " I know how a periodical will wear down one's existence. In itself it appears nothing; the labor is not manifest; nor s it in labor; it is tbe continual atten tion it requires. lour lite becomes, as it were, the publication. One day's pa per is no sooner corrected and printed than on comes another. It is the stone of Sisyphus, and the endless repetition of toil and constant weight upon the in ulleotand faculties: at the same lima you are compelled to the severest drudg ery. To write for a paper is very well but to edit on is to conaemn yourseu io slavery." MfinnvnBIOOS On TueiJav ava- nidf. January lot, 1H7, at the reiidcriee ( tht briUe't parents, Mr. joein wuhw, i thinoitr. and alUaAmalia J. Drisn, of Uu- cianati, Ohio. The matrimantal epidamie Is coraint a littla too asar us. Our friend McCardy it an inhab itant ofths Pi'bLicLkooss building, an excel lent young niaa, and, we have every reason to believe will bran axoallanthaxband. To him self, and tha fair girt whom ha has won and wedded, we offer our congratulation, and truct that their Joint lives will prove both happy and nuefiil. ' NEW ADVERTISEMENTS ' "' NOTICE !,!" I HEREBY GIVEN THAT A 6T0CK- holders' meeting will be held TUESDAY, ths 8th day of JANUARY, at the Tennessee Na tional Bank, for tbs purpose of electing five Directors for tho ensing year. 105 ' OEO. R. RUTTER, Pres't. UtMOVAL, OF HOME- AGAIN ! . .SKJiV'c;?,?'! JJAVINft REMOVED OUR LARGE AND well assorted stock of ; t ii.illO! Clothing and Furnishing Goods from No, 3C5 Main street to No. 271 opposite Court Square, we will, from this date, sell our FALL AND WINTER CLOTHINCl at WHOLKSALK ritlCKS ! in order to make room for our SPRING STOCK. , . -A7."rv 1B J. C. WARI. fCommereial and A rgus copy one week. V CHINA.. OLASH QrEEXSWAUE. VTe offer or sale our entire .lock of China, Glass Qassnswars,. " For the next siify days st Greatly Bed used Prices j i ' rOK CASH. Close Cash Bujers will tnd it to their interest to Examine oar Goods ad Price. j.dolfimTeraco I , . 44 ac IA titU Court -im Bet. Main aad Second Streets, -3- MEMPHIS. TEXX. TRUSTEE'S BALE. 1)T V1TUB OF A DEPD f? TRtTST, i r i . . .1 ..... l . i u j 9 eiecaici nc n r" ' m-. lrt. r II. M. Urrrnor and duly resisti'rvd ia tK Br(itr'S ofioe uf Knelbr eoant , l.n. ia K'-e-ru H-.k tm. patt t, la;r M. 3 .ad '. to wkiek r('iM i. hen-by aia4e for the panH, at p.) in. the debt tiurcia aecttn d, I m ill, a am . T, . 1 . rt. . . n lucsuaj, rturuarj otu, nut, !a front of lh Coarthon, la h iirf M' Wi rbi.. yrttrtvi to fit lo t), awkest l.i.i.lir t'oK I:ahh tk. l,l ti.ui ct.rnbrj tria-rtr. !- wilt A a-ftJln trart of Uod. .itoalr'l, lyios and Vies la the ronntr f eikelLy ard State iJ 1hmh(. ia Ui. .irteily aaa on the .. r lbamx.r M.Bilthi.. ob ILm iMulwit o lb. Mrnpkif aal Cbarle.toa railruad. Wins a aartof the Joba Iiukt rraatl s.iiiuo.n acre, and b...bl as tVai . t' linnira at tae iwrtli.fl r vl f trart of one baiidred mrri of -nX I.M-lr oward kr Nath. h"ci.nsl : thrr.ee'ik HBi the wl lwanlsnr line ul Mill vcie hoairnl acre traet.li.irSrea .take. Suit f Iroa e- b I re mi Miid rox-al ..ik a biaa k ak anil blark walawS la.,nl r th'ae iilh l..rir-tie i'inm with the aunaea.l "!( - rtllwo'l twe-l t"k. ,u . .lahr. filtv k .a 1 rx. tb. eeatre ff aii railriia ; litruee e..rth ibtriy-ikree an a half auli a la lb. rta knan-lerv line "I i l ,.n nan-lred .'-r trart I theaee wet with tb. Burlk a-ma.l.ry line of aaid owe haadrcl aer iixol twrt!'v-,ae ml. t tbe b,-aianinff cmei, ron'.inirur by etloiaUta tkrre mrrrs ot land, and b inff th' same tract tb.t .utva reyrd to .aid MlMrrd Aaler"B by NIU. Mac lant by tit-rq, eoancf date 1 Aeril, lM.i. to tMhrr with all itaiirorr ia. p n. in! p- partnnoe theiwM n.rttf . Tb. equity nf reot-aim,.." Im 1 iy t h i. pre--rv i.eipn a J a -niil Tr-' L'rd. aii lis lit.e U b- n.V' I I tt t "-i. tat I roll aad rx-arey naiy ai Tr.tie. t.. tu bf ao.-U wnhia l.vlul k'ar. Aw, U.tyw AkO. 1 , . Tiwiee. I T a AMUSEMENTS. NE,V'EMrri3 THEATRE. Leaaaa'and M.uiagar.. W. 0. THOMPSON . Otauij Saturday Night Bill SATURDAY KVENINU, Jan. 8, lHnj.wlltbo rr. .ted Mlas Mwlio'e eel.bratwt drama- ..a I,- nir.i'a rta n.ivMl. In three ; "u Miltled NICK bP T1IK WOOWJ :. OK. Tllft JIBllKNAlNOHAy, Tha Jieoa nuinoaay, tlieodrNalhaa , Nick ofthj W.od, . tneAvenawr, HonaM iorrtor, 8llrit of ih WaliiK Mr. J. F. Whesl-iok. Telia loa Mis. M. lianagnn ADMISSION Dre' Circle and ParquatU, $1 UU: Family Oirelo. Nle I Uallerr, Vx. TIIENEW OLYMPIC, . Sooond St. nar J0eton, PETERSON afc .McGEEj 'v .' MA NAGE li S.' rTr.v. rtPHw MrtKnA? elSXTWITH AN f V entirety new Troop, and with aa en larged auditorium, ., nuwly deooratad and 1W NEW ADVERTISEMENTS ! , DISSOLUTION, nillW PA BTKPPRTTTP PRUtTOVORK EX- 1 ixting under the style of UiLDKKT k UIU- BEE is thifiaayiliMolviHl by mutual ennseni. The biiKinens of tho lata firm will be settled by U. II. AliktMe, at il and Hi'! Main street. n ..... ,, rAMUlSb GILBERT. 1 . II. li. HIGDEK. Janunry 1,1867 ' IMPORTANT CHANGE. REMOVAL. MANSFIELB & HIGBEE, I Suooeuors to . ;l, : . B. Mansfield Co., and Gilbert Higboe, HAVE . CONSOLIDATED THE TWO .tores a. above, and removed tha antiro stock of Uilbert Uigbee to the large and ocuj- mouious ....... DRUG WAREHOUSE Of S. 'Mansfield & Co., Nob. 301 and ) ... 303 Main St. Having this day disposod of my Interest in the Drue Store of tiilbart A Higbee to MANS FIELD A liltiBEfi, I most oordially reoom mend thom to my friends, and earnestly be speak for themaoontinuance of the liberal pa tronage extended to our old firm. Well satis lied of their business acquirements and skill as Drnirirists, I wish for tucin the same sauoesa which has attended the late partnership of Uilbert A Higbee. - Dr. S. UILDKRT. This combination forms the most eompleta Durg Emporium south of New York, where, every facility will now be offered the purohaxor of buying goods in our line at manufacturers' prices. . We eordially invite and direct the special at tention of all persons to this establishment bo fore making their purchases either in the East or West, as our object and aim shall be to pro. vide a HOME MARKET, aud to d&iy compe tition with all other oitios. , ., Our stock ot Goods is perfect and Complete at All Times. Our experience In the trade of Memphis is such that we Cud,na4itt sooi know tbe wants of Druftgisis. Physicians, Merchants, Builders, Mnnufacturers, Fluntors and others. We shall have iu our employ none but the most experienced clerks and assistants. All our arrangements will enable us to render per fect and complect satisfaeticn. Thankful for the liberal and extensive pa tronac bestowed upon ue heretofore by tho citizens of Tennessee, Mississippi, Aliibaeia and Arkansas, and the territory west, we hope by constant attention to our own business to merit and reoeive aa increasing continuance. ; , , . MAKSFIELD i HIGBEE, : , Practical Druggists A Chemists, ,;' 301 and 303 Main St., ' MEMPHIS, V - .... TENS'. Zi '! -'-' V Ottteial Drawlng-a of tne Missoori Btat -n v Lotterv. ' !. CLASS No. Mo-DBAWa- Jan. 4. 18S7. . 81,4. 87. 44, (7,74,72, 67. n 49. ' CLASS N. JiB-Deaws Jan. 4, 1867. . ?. 27. Jl, 7X10. , 67, 65,31, 78,38. W. NO GIFT ENTERPEISE! Or any other Swindle t MISSOORI ASD KENTUCKY STATE AI D EAVAIA LOTTERIES. ONLY LEGAL LOTTERIES IN U.S. rprtRY ARB DRAWN UNDER RTATE 1 Charters; bavebeen drawn for .reriXKTY VEAKJ. Bond, most bo and are deposited with U.S. Collector as forarity. 1 he wnios are drawn tn public n two sworn Cormiuloners ai'iKiintcd by ibe Ktate.. Matt ko drawn it tickets are .Old or not. P1UZK8 ALL CASH t There are twe Ktmte Iirewtan earb dux. and two llarana Drawings eauk month. Urawivirs oan bo seen two hour, after pur chase of Ticket. On.-balf the lickats are Prises. Prises paid on day of purchase. '' Tii'ket $1 1 t'M. aocordins to Scheme. Priies II to SlUii.Ulio, accoruitur tn Siheioe. "V PriunlDal ArenLtiKO. W.VAN VI)AT.V 20 Jefferson street. Rot, Aseneies at No. 72 Jefferson, corner Third atreet; Ho. lot Poblar street, room Mi.i .No. 2iayoso streev. 1UU BOOKS and STATIONERY 17 MAIN XTIF.ET . WSS8TEB BLOCK. W. Z. MITCHELL, ' Dealer la Vk f r u it u u s. -' MISCELLANEOUS EOOKS A Tall Stock of Biblea, Hymn Books, prayer Booka Toatama&ta, , JaienilO Books.. . Vowels, Xaaonle Books. ( . aad Diploma. ALL OF Wiricn ARK OFFERED AT THI Lnweit Market Price. Call and examine en.e-vle. IMM LUMBER ! LUMBER I t Ure aai VsU Selected Stock of I'jpreiM and l'oplar Lumber AT il. M. VENAELE'dSAW-MILL. lrK nA,fK NOW OX 11AXI) At AltE Vf e.niotly savins Criie. aa.l P.mlar Pill.loiH.. C.H IwMa, e;;, stalittiK. Kift.r,. llri.icma. 8ln. 1, V an.l 2-ich rlrar Cyiprr. and P..pir I'l.tik, rourb FIM.mr an4 U eatbcrboanllr.s. rMnmnn iach ftk, Khert Ina. e.n sol r' VmXt, l'iekel.. L.ilw at. i .binrln. whih Will be Kld at tarorabie 1 inx-awan Tual- r. s.ire4 ke rter. Orders t Ul ob bort noure. l t alway at kanS .-t:c atimui a tivva te tbe deiier as" L.nr'r. An lis aad LwaaberYard est Wol riw. Ia-m- iiTw a.iit hI Laiva yi, Aiaki r,i, , f . 3u C. A JO. VEXAULK. Atfts. DRY COODfJfCOOTjtOE9..Ll r GREAT OLOSnO OUT : GE AT GREAT "CLOSING OUT j MAOK,3EOS. & BOHM, L . . . 1 . I 261-MAIN STREET. iwfi j i j ' M ' .' TTAvim DETERMINED TO CLOSE OUT OUR IMMENSE STOCK OF DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, ; ' ' ' , BOOTS, SnOES IT:, ' Hav. Markad Down Our Stock BELOW COST, And now offer GREAT INDUCKMKNTS. s wo Intend positively toro.lro from buslno Our Stock must bo elowd out within thirty days, which we are deter mined to do at aa ' .',' '. ; , r . I '' ' , ' I MMENSEisAOBIPI E,! Our Great Closing Out Sale will commence Monday. December 17th", 1866. GREAT BARGAINS Cash I.,:..- i 'A Jilw""' I-Tarties indobted to the house will ploase cH and settle. -t , '"ter Fixtures and two years Lease for iate on liberal terms. I V .MACK BROS. & BOHM, NO. 861 MAIN ST.. OPPOSITE COURT SQUARE. DRY COODS. gOUTHEBN 'PAIjAOB, , 832MAIN STREElJ. ! till i t i ' i l u. WOOD TTOWELL, A CO. prices reduced: , Our elegant .tock of Dress Bilks now oflored v AT A REDUCTION. - ' gOUTIIERN ' PAL.ACE. ' ' " " 332 MAIN STREET. 'j'..; .- WOOD CO, 'i j ; " ; PRICES REDUCED. , IRISH POPLINS. KMPRES8 CL0IH3 ,' ' ; ' AND DRESS GOODS :' : f ; Nowofferod ' ! , ' , ' AT A REDUCTION.' . . ' . gOUTIIERN PALACE, , , ' .232 MAIN STREET. i : EMBROIDERIES, LACES, tADIES FURNISHING GOODS, j ;' ',. ' a, ; Nowofferod ,u, , , t , ' .: ' '"" :': AT A REDUCTION. . V '. 1 i.... t ' j gOUTHERN PALACE, t 832 MAIN STREET. ! ' . v I HOWELL, WOOD CO. . PRICES REDUCED. MANX JOB LOTS. 61I0RT PATTERNS ' ' A-SD REMNANTS, CHEAP, ' WINTER GOODS AT A REDUCTION. 1120 XL ExlO VAL. SHEPHEBD, ; , , W.TKINS i :.: 'z: V.V ; & co., (Successors to Ws. B- Moere Co.,) j DEY dOODS COMMISSION MEB'OHNTS, (FOB CArtH,) No.'. 31 Main Street, (Old Stand Shepherd k Moor,) 1 MEMPHIS, - TENN. WE BEG TO ANNOUNCE OUR CARD aa above, and to solicit the patronaao ol ivt only the friends and patrons or oltbr iii'&ii l uiuiDtf -- . V. - int. Arm. nut al.O U K-Rli A- MOORK ami the late firm, but al.o M tr.1'. AMUUrlJS. ana j,l,!;SV i u u of all Uercban w who BUY 'lOB CASH, aud want aa much aa possible for their money. HEPHIBD. W ATKINS CO., 33X Main Street. AVINO DISPOSED OF OVR PTOCK OF Uood. to Br.it. . oiit.r " join OHN V. WATKINS.asporaboteeard, taey will hereafter oonducta Dry Goods Commission Business at ths nU stand of SHEPflEBO A MOORE. Tbe thank, wf ear late firm era reenesUully tendered to its eaitomar. for tbeix e-eneroue pa tr.n.T. which is also aolietuS I r tbeir nicoee mn whosuo ia all rep eon wonby and well P?l,6td- .wM.v0o.y,o. 44 A Stitch la Time Saves Sine.' J Dj'eLTjg, hfourlug RKEPAiniNO, 9 Donwaa short aoUee, by ?35 ? IftA AO ISAACS, 11 O-SX Jtteraon r. AI.lO.DKR KXKCCTED WITH 5SUT mmm. -d d..l-k. iri estire aaitttMii wrsraaied wbea lie work is dote, a . 1 A 4 i SALE. , ;;;;; , - CLOSING OUT SALE . SALE. , : . : '1 9 H 0 0 x H 0 d AND HATS, ? NOTIONS, ETC, ETC ETC., WILL BE OFFERED I on Delivery. , , ' t 1 MEDICAL. Something New Under thenn. 'ik- OMBsaawtwaaaat ' f -1 " ' ' A ' New Era in Medicine. . rt'i . i " j ; LET THS SUFFERING AND DISEASED read tha folio wins i , Let all who have been given up by Doctors, and spoken of as inonrable, read the following: Lot all who can believe faeti, and can have faith in evidence, read the following : t Jtaow all Men by Ikt Prutntt. That an this the twentieth, day of Jnaa, In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-six, personally came Joseph Uaydock to aie, known aa aucb, and beinc duly sworn, deposed aa fol lows: That ho ia the sole general agent for ths United citato and dependencies thereof, for pre parations or medicines known a. M AWUIhL'S PILLS and SALVE, and that tho following certificates are verbatum oopios to the best ot his knowledge and belief. I L. B.J JAMES SMKITKK, Notary Pnhli . . : Wall Street, New York. Da. Maooikl t I take my pen to write yon of my great relief, and that the awful pain In my side Tha. left meat last-thanks to your medicine. Oh, doctor, how thankful I am that I can set some aleep. I oan never write it enough. I thank yon again and again, and ant sure you sre really the friend of all sutferors. I could not help writing to yon, and hoie yon will not take it amiss. , JAMES MYERS, Junel.lcoft. " 118 Avenue D. This is to certify that I was discharged from the army with Chronic Diarrhoea, sad have been oured be Dr. Maggiel's Pills. ' WILSON HARVEY, New York, April T. 1865. 27 Pitt Street. . The following is an interesting case of a man employed in an Iron Foundry, who, iu pouring melted iron into a flask tout wus damp and wet caused an explosion. The melted iron was thrown around ana on nun in a peri eel snower, and he was burnt dreadfully. The following certificate was given to me by film about eight weeks after the accident: Nsw Yoic. Jan. 11, IBM. My name Is Jacob Hardy t I am an iron foun der; I was badly burnt by not iron in November last; my burns healed but I had a running sore on my leg that would net heal: I tried Almrgiel's Salve, and it cured me in a few weeks. This i. all true, and any body can now see me at Jack son's Iron Works, Second Avenue. . . HARIRI H rvr. ri'ifi1 i j . f. , ; ' i-WHAT THE PATIENTS SAY OF i Dr. Magglel's Fills and Salve! Extracts from Various Letters. "I had do appetite; Maggicl's Pills gave me a hearty one.;, . i . ; . ,;; " ) - Your Pills are marvsloas." " T send for another box, and keep them in ths house.'.' irni, ' it o & l.:)h "Dr. Maggiel has oared my headache that was chronic. - " I gave half of ons of your pills to my babe for cholora morbus. The dear little thing (ot well in a day." My nausea cf a morning it now cured." " Your box of Magglel's Salve cured me of poises in the head. I rubbed some of your Salvo behLid my ears and the noise left."' " Send ma two boxes t I want one for a poor family.". " I enclose a dollar ; yonr price Is twenty-five cents, but the medieine to me is worth a dollar." ; " Send me tvs boxes of yonr pills." "Let me have three boxes of your Salvo by Saturn mail." .,. , " Tho best Pills for headache I over had." "My liver works like an engine, thanks to f oar nil. "Iam pleased to say to yon, Dr. Maggiel, that I would not be without a box of your Pill, for curing me of morning nausea for the world." " Yon will find enclosed one dollar. Your Pills are only 15 cents, but I consider them worth to mo one dollar." . "Dtia Doctor i 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 littla babe for cholera morbus. Ths dear little pet was well in three hours alter." "I suppose It is hardly worth while to tell j'eu my burned foot has got well from tbe use of your Salve. Knclosed find 25 oents lor an other box to keep in the house" "Send me another box of Salve." " Enclosed find 75 cents fnr two boxes of your Macxiei'g Pills and ons of Salve." " Tbs most gentls yet searching medicine I over swallowed." I Have Over 200 Such Testimonials. MAOOIEL'S PILLS AND 8ALVKareal- be almost always guaranteed. POKBlLLIOliS DISKASKS nothing can be mere productive ot cure than these Pills. Their almost mule in fluence is felt at ence ; and the usual concomi tants of this most distressing disease are re moved. These remedies are made from tho purest VKUKTAbLE COMPOUNDS. They . will not barm ttiemo(le aoaie lemaie, andean .iv. w in nnt .firt in nrest ribeH ilnse to be given ( ths your., tlftf, ingesi oane. run tuianbuio u in ns and all eruptions of ti. ' fce SALViS utmost invaluable. It does n.t heal exterusliy alone, but penetrates with the most searching siiocts to the very root of the evil. DR. MiGGIKL'S PILLS ' isvaauaiT coss vss yoLLOw;xa di ti ss: Asthma, Bowel Complaints, Ciughs. Colds. Chest Diseases. Costiveneaa. Drspetia, Diarrhoea, Dr"PT. llrbihir. '..er and Asoo, iiaidaeh V Indieastiua. Intiaeota. I.tuawiunimn, neard Weakn ", Liver Cotap ati.t-. -Lowness of Spit .Is, hingworm, Lucmnatism, kail kutuia, stoaida. .i......i.. Ekin diseases. Each Box Contains f wclvc PilM. 051 PIXI. IB A DOHF. aw. Novirs.-None genuine without gravnd tf!e m.rk ar.tnnd en- h r,. ..gnd by IiOCTOK J. W Aii.'HtU r W mentcne.it which is felony. , . . , . 8..IJ by all resperiar-le Dealers i Med icines throernou. she Uuiwd Slate, and t nn sf t ew'.ner box or P"t. 8. HINBON, , jz x t i s r JJa removed 10 r Ha tkf JsfAIW BTHiK-T-. Too D-rs ." ofU Worsbaui - JL. E. tMf:Dk'.Aw.l.