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OOT, HOORE & WEST,' AOENTS FOR THE r ii t n.MAMrtfin Liie insurance uuiup"jr OF HARTFORD. CONN.. tash! Assets over f 1,000,000 1 TUB OKOHOU Home Insurance Company, OF COLUMBUS. OA. 1 Ciuth AfwctH IJHOO.OOO! THE' STATE () INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NASHVILLE. TENN. Capital, fiOU,OOOj WE INSURE LIKtt POLICIES ON ALL tval. and reidiiil ath at ll Wf""?' tho year. Also ini-ure against lo or uauiago by lire on bouses, mercnanuis. ! ". t .1 ..,.. M..liiofi and M.'l treots. Mfmiihi". T"nli UKrll F imiiii.viwiM.. .PUBLIC: LEDGER; Office. JJo. 13 Madiaon Wtrect LARGEST CITT CIRCULATION. Saturday Evening, Jan.i 12,. 1867 PBOTECTIJTO IGYPT. The languishing cotton interest in the . Southern State of America, may well exclaim in. the language of Lttls'b poem: " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' i ' I am dying, Egypt, dying." V' Yea, dying under onr governmental policy of protecting those of its rival in Egypt, India and Brazil. Seizing the occasion of -our war, these j countries rushed into the cotton growing business and. preserved j manufacturing Europe from the horrors of a cotton famine. They did more. , They developed a fact before that time in dispute, that the r. toonopoly pf cotton -could be wrenched from this country. And it is beyond dis pute aow, that the scepter has departed from us.- It is a matter of fact that the cotton operations of, the world can be carried on without a . solitary . pound - from' the" fields of the South. But, as j ii to (complete tha triumph 'ot other countries' over our own, Congress - levies ' a ' tax on home - cotton. ' It operates as' protection to all rivals, by . discouraging the business here and fright ehing capital fnto "'other pursuits. It is the general sentiment of planters that they cannot grow cotton at twenty-five cents per pound and pay the Government fifteen dollars on the bale. They have ' tried it and found it to be a losing busi ness. And besides, there is no guarantee that the price will not descend below that . figure. ,. , .. , : v '. , Now, mark the difference ia the policy ot this country and that of Egypt ;' The crop of that country for i860, it is esti mated, will yield 'one hundred million dollars. It is said that the present Pasha ' foreseeing the advantages to be derived from our recent troubles, wisely pre pared to seize the opportanity, and ,in- "troducsd on" his own very large domains, improved faming implements, machin ery, etc., and by this means stimulated the whole people to increased activity in the cultivation of the soil. ' It U stated that he borrowed from the Anglo-Egyptian Bank over six millions of dollars tha tiurnnm and that his ouroose is i. f j . - to develop the great resources of that country, to productive capacity hereto fore unknown. It must occur to every sensible man that the ruler of that coun try is either wiser, or less malignant than those who control our fortunes. The Vast I 'commercial ' power, a recent writer observes, resulting from i the growth of this great staple, is to be given up that the laborer may nominally possess political privileges, that tbey are safety to the country. ' ! The great bot toms of the Mississippi, now . flooded by the destruction of the levees during the war, are permitted to become an im mense dismal swamp again ; and thus a large area of country, -unsurpassed for , - productive capacity, and capable beyond any agricultural region on the face of the earth to contributed the public revenues, is to be abandoned Ui its Original desola tion. Egypt,' Brazil, and the Indies, are to be permitted to seize from the United ' 6tates the greatest known prize to indus . .try and commerce, whilst the American Congress seeks in vain for tokens that . 1 " the war is not over, and labor to per , petuate the power of a party. The ia terests of this great country, material and political,9 and of the Union itself, are put to hazard, that the negro, con , feuqdly unqualified to exercwe power, - may enjoy the right of suffrage. TOTJITO XA&T, T0U R1 WAITED. , , A lady writer under this heading hits off the young men as lollows : ' A woman wants yon. Don't forget her. No matter if you are poor. Don't ( wait to be rich, if jou do, ten to one you ' are unfit to be married. Marry while you are young and struggle np together. :. Hut mark, young man, tie woman don't - .want J on it she is to divide her affec tions with a cigar, spittoon or whiskey jug. Neither does she want you if you don't take car of her and the "little ' sfw-thought" which ara pretty soon to follow. Neither does she want you be- ; - dmh you are man, the definition of which is apt to be an animal that wears bifurcated garments on his lower limbs, a uuarief acviioti in Usepil OB hi head, swears like a P'rat, and U civen to filthy practices gener ally. 8be wants yoa for a compauion, a blp wiate she want you to have t,.rn.t to rerulate Tour appetite and aasioas; ia short, the image of God not ia the likenesn of a brul If you are strong in a goad purpose, firm in resist , tn viL tur ia thoarbt and action, as row rejnre bt to be, and without which " t-rd purity neitiw of you are ft for husband and wife; if you-lore virtue and abhor vir, if you are geatie- ananly, f.rbearing aud tiuJ, and aot loud talking, exciting tnd brutal, young; ... ;. ..t,rriil riL'litrlookiug, frank . that woman WinlS you ma. - ,.,. toman, who tills your i,l,.a nf maidaa and wife. It -U he that wants you marry her whea you hke whether she Is rich or poor : wo 11 trust you both on the above conuiuo"Lwiin out anv further security. Allow us, under the head of "Young Woman, you're Wanted,'' to reply ! A man want you. Don't forget him. No matter if von are poor. Don't wait to catch a rich fellow. Ten chances to one, if vou do. you are uoGt to be married. Marry some good young Ban, and then, with hands clasped and hearts united, traggle up together. .1 But he will not want you if you divide your affections . .n.n.noV HanllV. a ten lect waterfall, a low-aecked dress, ana a noodle doe. He will think nil bargain a k.rrf n if. after he msrriei you you neglect the "little afterthoughts," and prove an unnatural mother ny puiiing them out to be nursed upon the boiomi of strancers. Neither will no wanijou ifvnu ihall discover more pleasure in the flash novels of the day than in his societv. When he roarrie, he docs not .;.h m contract a "holy alliance" with . who is innocent of all knowledgo of (heart of housekeeping, but amazingly laarncd in the matter of inlinitismmai bonnots, persuasive corsets, high-heeled gaiters, tucked skirts, balmorals, tilters, and "sichlike'' nonsensa He wants you for a companion a help eat-meat he want you to have learned to regulate your temper, your vanity, your nouwr bold ;' in short, he wishes you to be a fcVE, Adah, ' a ' glowing Iblushlog,' gloving ,t .. . , . Tf vmi urn thing OI ocauijr. not all that it you.tnina you not renounce every girlish folly every cherished vanity every fnvilou habit of mind or body, he doe not want you He want a soul, self-sacrificing, warm, assuring, cheerful, hopeful, happy When hi head ache (a our' doe now, most -prodigiously) he wishes to have the electric finger of love pres upon the swollen, throbbing vein and arteries. He wishes to hear in the hour of his woe, the sweet voice of affection. He wishes to look into eyes that remind him of his dream of bliss beyond life' cares. Oh, no a harsh tone, a cold loox, an unsympawiisiua eye, would kill the poor, suffering, inno cent young follow. No doubt in the world of it Young woman, in that cae, you are not vanted. A GOOD KIT. The Radical are in great distress, say the Philadelphia Age,' because some of the freedmea of the South are punished with flogging by the court. There is no end to their wailing and lamentation upon this point, and, in their eye, to whip a human being, provided he is black, is the very bight of brutality. White females, however, are fit subject for the lash in Massachusetts. In Cam bridge there live a pedagogue who, re cently, was severely disciplined for gross cruelty to his white listers, and in order to express their'approvai of the judioious manner in which he laid the lash on their javenile backs, bis admirers in Boston lately preseated him with a purse o! three hundred and fifty dollars as a small tes timonial of their affection and regard ! (IXOVLAS CHARGE. The Brownsvil'e Ranchero tells an amusing story of a charge made by a cow upon the fortifications of "heroic Matamoros." Some wsgs of 'Cortinas' command caught the cow, and dressing her op in a fantastic banner, In raw hides, old tin pan and sheet iron, started her off at the top of her speed toward the city. With a noise like thunder, she rushed madly to the very ditch of the works, when Santando braves, think ing by the clatter that a brigade of cav alry were charging the fort, fired a few shots, and deserting their guns, fled in gloriously to the town pluza. It was sev eral hours before they could be led buck to the fort. ' '' - . A DELICATE HIST. The Atlanta Xew Era gives the follow inc very delicata hint to the military sta tioned at that place. It says: " We are informed that a portion of the men com prising the garrison at this point are be coming quite intolerable, and if they are not put under a more rigid discipline, we shall take the liberty of reporting jhe fact to a gentleman in Washington, known as General Grant, who has the hippy faculty of settling matter f like character without the ordinary delay known in business circles." HAIO 0V HOLT. The editor of the Boston Punt, who seldom spares, is uncommonly severe on Holt. lie shies this brackbat at him I "It is asserted that Judge Advocate Gen eral Holt is the author of violent arti cle against the Supreme Court because ol: its decision against military commis- - I .11... . , M sions. holt a nou upon rcapetiaou- ty was long since loosened." BA. The London Court Journal an nounce that tier Royal Highness, the Princess of Wales, is ; and that the Princes IIlLtXA also is Ia the first case, "early in the ensuing year, - and in the latter, in April, aro aa a . a a AC - the specified occasions. The Princess Clotilbi wa to have - -a'raut two weeks before Christmas. As a negro, with an axe on his shoulder, wa walking aloof the streets of Louisville, two or three days ago, be slipped, and fell, and the axe cut a se rious gash ia his head. Exchange. ' As the poor fellow had already a "se rious gash in hi head," it will be a mar vel if he survive with two. iThe " motive power" of man, ac cording to a prominent spiritnalint, is " prodigiounly prolific ia powerfully ab sorbent and profound combinations of matur iau weird, faraatie and aetero- geneoui shapes of materialistic evapora. lions. , r ' i " ' Why did not Me ftllow discard hifal tin and say money, d ? , . . . . 1 1 i i tQT A letter, from Zanzibar, Africa dated October 23d, report! that Dr. Liv NORTON is still pushing bia explora tions toward the head of Lake Nyassi, i Central Africa, that he is well treated by the natives, and consider! himself per fectly safe in their hands. n j arAn obituary notica in a Japan newspaper, ot the iaio tycoon, For the cord of the country a muc mnra .1.1a man was reauisite." To be thus candid is probably not so charac teristic of American ai of Japanese obituaries. lay The Radical imagine that they ... at war with the Ssulh. t aisiau saw a great many men in buckram, and fouirht them prodigiously. To prove their valiant deed let our warrior Radi cals hack their swords into saws. , IWL. A New York Sunday paper alleges that the frequent conflagrations the past month have caused a panic among me 1 ...... innurimno comnauias, auu J three companies show, on examination, their asset to be neurly nominaL t-Tho Washington City CJtrontcU fRad.Usks: "Does it pay England to hold Ireland merely by the aid of bayo- n. .n, nrtillerv?" Will it pay the North to hold tho South in tho same manner? v l'liUmithroDista have wept and taxed without her consent. The houtn is. If these emerald tears are not cnKJodile, let them be, bereaiter, wept for the South. bWSl. The t had a dog fight in Philadel phia recently for three hundred dollar a side. They had a u;ht in Congress at tho last sersion for three thousand dol lars a side, and all the fighters got jt, j HaTA London dispatch of January 5th j Bays : ; Rumors yesterday , on 'Change, here and at Liverpool, that President Johnson was dead, had a de pressing effect on prices." IOTA poor little girl in the Fourth Ward, New York, as she was dying, said "ha was elad she was going to die, be cause now her brother and sisters would have enough to eat I" . Senator ' Shirk ak characterize the veto message as a dignihed, temper ate document, and such is, witfc a lew exceptions, the general verdict Ka. About forty bankrupt companies were advertised to be sold out by the Sheriff of Venango county, Pennsylva nia, on the 7th of January. t SgUMajor-General RossaLL, of the British army, who is to take command of the forces in Canada, has arrived in New York. ' i- .)' Missouri ha a Radical Congress man named Loah. We think it a great hardship that the South should be taxed to pay that Loan. t . ' ? . t. Powers, the great American iculptor, has just finished a figure of Evs, after thetrafer fall " , fSTAn , exchange says January is rapidly passing away. But is it not a rapidly returning T J gT Advising a marriageable girl not to marry, is like advising a fish not to swim. Oca. Kobert Z. Lea's Estate. ' From the Wmhimton ourreipondence of the 8t. Louii Time,. The strangerin Washington down Lou isiana avenue, with his face to the west, sees before him, when he gets to the front of the City Hall, on the south side of the Potomac, snd on a conmandiag emi nence, an edifice, which at the distance of three miles from the point of vision, resembles a Greek temple. This is Ar lington House, tho residence before the war of General Robert E. Lee. The Ar lington estate was one of the largest, handsomest and most valuable in Vir ginia. At an early period of the war, the mansion was stripped of everything valuable that could bo carried away by soldiers from Pennsylvania and New England. Pictures, mirrors, statuary, rare and costly books, old china and sil ver plate, were all gobbled up, and sent off to the "loyal ' North. These artioles are now to be seen in dosens of bouses in the Slates I have named. A faithful negro servant, who had re mained on the place, saw this stealing going on day after day, and at last came to the city, got one of the aervanU of the While Iloute to secure him an interview with Abraham Lincoln; laid the facta before him, and begged him not to per mit "Masi-a Robert's" property to be thusdenpoiled. Mr. Lincoln s reply, in guidance, was said to be that he would nol interfere with the military; that the gouiiers were only aoing ai Arlington what tbey would soon do all over the South ; and that a for Bob Lee, he wai a traitor, and bad no right whirh the eoM i ere were bound to respect. The' re sult was, that the house and grounds were soon made to look like the abom ination of desolation. Finally, the Government went to work and buried the bodie of lu.Ootf white soldiers on one side of the house, and tUe bodies of 1600 negro soldiers on the other. It is said that lbs negroes who live in that vicinity frighten their children by telling them the most frightful ghost ttorie about these dead bodies. Tbey say that every night at midnight, the ghosts of these ICW negro soldier rise from tbeir graves, and dance a Vir ginia break down on the grave of their 16 .fx) white comrade. And that the ghost of the latter, thus unceremoDi oatW disturbed, arise likewise, and at tack the Mark fhoata. That the firbt then ragei between the black and wb:W ghoeta till I in, whea the black gbosU prevail (one black ghost being more than, a match for ten white ones), and drive the white ghost howling to tbeir aepul cher; waea they finish their break down, and thea vanish ia tbeir own vrarea. A colony of several hundred blacks was esUblisbed by the Gavernment on another part of the estate, aad they were provided with comfortable huts, furni ture, atensiia, implemeaU, ate., and were then told to go to work. Not one obeyitd. out of teB. The other nine (tola aad old every thing they could carry off, and pent their time in idleness. Now that the winter is bore, they, are ulTonug from hunger and cold, and the people ot Washington hve been appealed to to aave them from perishing. How much better to have left them their kind mas ter. . i, oi' A. V. BY TELEGRAPH. THE NOON DISPATCHES COTTON AND GOLD QUOTATIONS New York. January 12. Stock bol ter: gold 331 money and sterling 9) coupons 'CI, 108i108; do . '62, 1071 107J; do '64, 10jJG; do "C5, 1055 105J i 10-40' , 99299 ; treasuries, 10IJ 104J: , new 6-20' , 104j104f: Vii ginfa sixes, 58. ' ; Washington, January 12. A dispatch was received trom Uovernor Cunning ham, of Colorado, containing a resolu tion adopted by tho Legislature, protest ing against tho admission of Colorado, on the following grounds: First That wo have a right to a voice in tho aeloction of the character of our government. Sec ond That we have not a sufficient pop ulation to support tho expenses of a State government. For these reasons we trust that Congress will not force a gov- crnmcnttOn us against our will, Indianapolis, January 11.--Governor Morton in his message say the State debt ia $5,396,000, and that the popula tion in 1870 will be two million; recom mends separate schools for negroes, to be supported by a full proportion of the school fund; favors taxation only suffi cient to pay expenses and interest, and leave the liquidation of tho State debt for a more prosperous season. Boston-, Jan. 12. The Labor Com mittee have reported to the Legisture, a majority opposing any legal interference, the minority favoring ten hour for fao lory and farm, and eight hour for sue chanical .labor. Large meetings were held in various part of the State sup porting the minority report' ' i y Liverpool, Jan. 11 Evening. Corn selling ( at : 42s42s 6d ; wheat ; is steady; pork is quoted at 2 6s, and shows a declining tendency; lard, 03s; cheese advanced 4d in the week. Interesting Historical Sketch. The New Orlean Bee gives a brief iitory of the Government fluctuations in Mexico. It clearly show how little its people are capable of self-govern ment : , The Tear 1836 (it aaya) found Santa nna in power, and saw him preparing i declare himself Dictator. lie en joyed this dignity but a short time, wben be was aeieatea ana capturea at San Jacinto. Bustamente succeeded as President, but in 1839, Santa Anna being released, he again took the office. During this year Bravo was President for one week, after which there came a period of confusion, during which the aws were suspenaea, auu oama Anna ind Canalizo took turns at dictatorship. one overturning the other by revolts and revolutions. ; This Bee saw same went on ntil the year 1844, whioh found Santa .nna in power and called President; but in the same year he was deposed and banished. Canaliso was made President, but in December he was sent after hi predecessor, with a mob at hii bcels. hen came Herara, wbo wa deposed by the revolution of 1845, and was succeeded by General Paredes, under whose admin istration the war with the United States benan. This ended in 1848. Santa An na wa again President, but he was de posed to make room for General Arista, who was also compelled to resign by a revolution in 1853, and by a decree Santa Anna wa again recalled, and for the fifth time made President. He endeavored to make hi rule perpetual 'meditating a coup d' elat but before he could strike a blow for monarchy, Alvarez, 'the Panther of the Pacific,' 'then Governor of Guerrero, raised an insurrection at Acapiilco, aad in 1854, Santa Anna, the would-be King, sought safety in flight, with the "'panther ' close upon him. Then came Carea, who was President for seven and twenty days, when he, too, was forced to flee by a revolt. Comon fort succeeded him in 1850, and at once took measures to make a strong govern ment, lie was active ngaitist the clergy, holding that the church bad no right to own land. This led to another revolt in 1H57, which was suppressed after much dilliculty ; but in the following year it broke out again, and Comonfort was forced to resign. General Zuloaga was then made President by the Conserva tive party. At that time Benito Juarez was Chief Justice. He promptly began a rivolt, maintaining that the resigna tion of Comonfort left him President. His claim was supported by the Liberals alone, and he became the leader of that party, which has since roado so many truggle to get into power. Juarez raise i' an army which was defeated by Zuloaga, when the former retired to Vera Cruz, and established himself as Presi dent ot the Liberals, as tha latter did at Mexico, of the Conservatives, uloaga was followed by Gen. Hobcs, who made a futile effort to unit the two parties, and failing, was succeeded by Miramon. Vrota biui the Conservative support descended to usn. Urtega, while Juarez still claim to be President of the Liber als. From this hasty sketch our readers can form some idea of the claim of these two parties. Xegre loffrafje Taaaeese. The Washington Chronicle of the 2rlh ult, contain the following article: Late letter received from Tennessee leave oo doubt that the Legislature will pass a bill conferring the ballot upon the colored race ia that State. It will be noted that four of the representatives in Congress, Ktokes, Maynard, Arnell and Hawkiaa, voted for impartial suffrage in toe District of Columbia a few days ago, and so signified their intention to go before the people of their own Bute on the issue. Gov. Brownlow is confident that when the colored men lot Tennes see will be sealed. psMnaneatly to the good car. ia in the new stats ef thiags ia Tennessee loyalty is at the bctoa of everything, eve ia the organisation of the court. The rebel ara everywhere excluded, and nothing is necessary now to eompleta the succoal oi the eipcri aent but the contemn I of stiff race upon the colored aiaa. The experience of Tennessee, after all that ha been charged against Brownlow' government, as bo iul iejMrtect aad temporary, has solved all the questions involved ia tbe propo sition o establish republican govern ment! ia the other tea fclale. 1 be suc cess of the ei perineal ia Tea is the pledge of 1U success ia odker States. imk:i. OLAVCY-At9 o'oluok on th svaoluf of Friday, Jaauarr 11. 1HJT, M n. Ulanoy, Mod 33 yaari. wift of Aldariuaa Jubn (Jlancy The friend, and soqualntanca, of tn family art tnvlud U attend her funtral Sunday avaa In at o'clock, from Ilia roildsnc of Alder man Qlancy, corner of Jaokioa. sod Fourth utrwitn. AMUSEMENTS. NEW MESirniS THEATRE. Lemee and Manaser.-....-W. C. THOMPSON Ireaurer..7........ C. 1). 6TMN KUUL Sixth appearance of theoc lebralcd Lyrlo Tra fetlli'Diie, VEHTVALI, the MaaniBeent, who will appear and in " I au a Ua.iDini Cavalier, auu a opem.u .uaa SATURDAY KVKNINU. Jan-12.1PW. will be presented thentionnl drum, in lour entitled tlieDtiKK'S MOTIOi Oil, I AM HKRfc. Captain lleurl de Legndi-re-Ved wall. .... . ; , ADMISSION Dran Oirclfi and Parquelte. ll: family Circle, MR I unnory, BLUFF CITY MUSEUM, Corner of Jcflcrnon and Second Streets. WM. M. ALLKN, Muuager. A FINE COUKCTfON OF LIVING 2V C U At A OH 1X1 UN, ooniUtiog of IScautlfiil lJltMlst, Funny Monitoyi, Apen anil UnboonH, of all kin da. and every Jeecription. The great BOHEMIAN GLASS BLOWER I The wonderful EDUCATED HOG, and ether Curioiltlo too numerous to mention, to be wen at all hour, durin the day and eve ning ; 31 THE NEW OLYMPIC, Second Street, near Jefferson. Saturday Evening January 12th. NEW MANAQEMBNTI NEW ATTItACTION ! fN REOPENING THIS BEAUTIFUL 1 1111. tha New Mnnaffflnient wuh to auure tho publlo that it ahall be their endeavor to pre.ent novelties which eannot fait to please. The also announce a reduction in price 26 oen la to all parts of tho bouse. aur Twenty younc ladies wanted for the Onrj T Bnlkr. 1 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS JJAVING. GRANTED TO MESSRS. 0R- gtli Bros. & Co. the exclusive privilege of manufacturing or having manufactured the Mitchell's Patent Cotton Scraper all persons ara cautioned not tolnfiinge upon their privilege. Orill Bros, k Co. are my agents or attorneys, representing my further interest in tbe above Scraper. 133 JONATHAN H. MITCIIELL. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF LAND. BY VIRTUE OF A TRUST DEED, EXE cnted to me by Samuel K. iiainmonii, oa the 3Uth day of November, 14, to secure the payment of certain note therein dscribed, payable to Thos. M. Ward (which said Trust Deed was duly registered in the Register's nlhce of Shelby county, on the 24th March, 1HW!, in Book SS, part 1st, pases 479 and 40), I will, a Trustco, on thr iccond C2d) day o Vebruaru, 1867, nt Ho. 17 Mndimn ttreet, ilcmphit, at tbe hour of twelve (12) o'clock, sell to the highest bidder for euh, Tim Hundred mid t'iftu (250) Acrrt of Land, eight miles north of Memphis, on Bis Creek Plank Road, being the same lund ennvavad in said Trust Deed, and fullv de scribed by meetes and bounds therein, and to which reference is bore made lor description. Kuuitv of redemption expressly waived in the Trut Deed. Title believed to be good, but I shall convey only as truftce. 117 M. V. U. h i ri vt A rt t . Trustee. Mammoth Cheap Store, Si Main Street. We Will Not be Undersold by Any One. IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR L stuck of S4KVV HI'IlINti UOODH we shall commence to-day to make still further reductions on our heretofore citreuiely low prices. And in order to efltct large sales we make tbe lollowiug liberal PREMIUM OFFER, For Xlilrtj Tay Only: To every purchaser, at one time, of twenty dol lars worth of Dry (loodi. Fancy Onods or No tions we will give a premium of ONE DOLLAR, in caub or foods, as they may prefei all larger amounts in proportion: that I. to sny, a dis count of 5 par cent, on the amount nf their pur chase. IVe also offer the came indU'tments to Purchasers of Clothing, Hats or furnishing Utmd. Remember, our prices are as Low a tli LowckL. LOOK, LOOK, LOOK At our prices and recollect we shall not allow any bouse in this eity To Undersell Us. We offer ur etie focb of fast-er.lored Cal inw at li cents iw yard sold every weera ! at U to W eenu. Loesdtle Bleached Domestics only 31' i (Tots br yard. 4-4 line Bleached Domestics only 25 cents per yard. H navy yard wide Brnwa Domestics only ' eents per yard. lu-4 Mlwhed Sheeting only Jo, fei aad SO cents per yard. Oar entire stock of DItESS GOODS reduced fully 25 per rent, on oar former low U id Black "ilka only 11 73 per yard ckaaa at .1 f wr yard, In 4 lilaokets heavy aad very inc. only $7 00 Pr pair. Urnu' Merino I aderhirt only 5 cents, ! aad a i -p. --tBji m iamwm tae t.tnt.' Paat ery $1 3 per pair, (ieai. ('. ! only fma M j (.10 14 each. tit' '-. i" 4 OHc h. ' Overcoau frosa te U t W Ml eacb. llfCMtCftllllCIt Elson's Ham moth Cheap Store. DM lNI-TR T"K C M'Ml K. NOTIt K V arrhy r-, In all etwlilnr. M ! ilh B. Mr klllrv k la r-"M.( thnr aeaansita aa inwamt. to wm Mwy eftcc.witi.ia tbetiro MnmWl by law. t Ik rue will barreJ. VLKICUt-a LAMt, Al'aia"!.. Ooraer Frvai '! I ex, lla Mrmais, Iran. DRY COODS, DOOTS, SHOES, GREAT CLOSING OUT ; GREAT GREAT CLOSING OUT MAOK ;BROS. & BOHM, ' NO.' 261 MAIN STItEET. JJAVINQ DKTERMIKED TO CLOSE OUT Ol'n IMMU'NSR STOCK OK DRY C00DS, FANCY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS, ... 0 , . Have Markad Down Our Stock 11ELOW COST, . M And now offer GREAT INDUCEMENTS, M we Intend positively to reilro from business. Our Block must be closed out within, thirty days, which wo are deter 0 mined to do at sn " t , IMMENSE 0 Our Groat Closing Out Sale will commence ' " ' Monday, December 17th, 1866. Ml GREAT BARGAINS TERMS : Caali on Delivery. tfiST Parties indebted to the house will please call end salt!?. "Sfl faT Fixtures and two years Leasa for sale on liberal terms, "a 3IAOK I3XIOS. fc BOIIM, Ai H 0 NO. aai MAIN ST., OPPOSITE COURT DRY COODS. gOUTHEUN PALACE. 33J MAIN STREET. TTOWELL, WOOD & CO. ' ; PRICES REDUCED. ' ' ' Our elegant stock of Dress Silks now oOercd AT A REDUCTION. . gOUTIIETIN PALACE. , 332 MAIN STREET. . 1 HOWELIi, WOOD CO., ; PRICES REDUCED. , , , IRISH POPLINS. EMPRESS CLOTHS AND DRESS GOODS , . Now offered , AT A REDUCTION. gOUTHEUN PALACE, ( : ' 332 MAIN STREET. , . EMBROIDERIES. LACES, ' LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS, Now offered 1 . AT A REDUCTION. ;. ! , ' gOUTHEUN PALACE, 332 MAIN STREET, " HOWELL, WOOD CO. " PRICES REDUCED. ' 1 MANY JOB LOTS. SHORT PATTERNS AND REMNANTS, CHEAP. 1 WINTER GOODS AT A REDUCTION. 1120 BOOKS and STATIONERY - ..- 197 MAIN STItEET WEBSTEB BLOCK. , W. Z. MITCHElili, Dealer tn . SO H O O 1 I 1 ' AfID MISCELLANEOUS. BOOKS A Fall Stock of Bible. Hymn Books, drawer Toatatnanta, Juvaaila Book. Novels, Hasonio Books, and Diploma. I LL OF WHICH ARE OFFERED AT THS J Lowest naraes rnoea. onr foods. OfflsTal Drawings of ths Call and ez uninr 1 li-is "Missouri oitate Lo'.terv. CLASS No. 117 Dwg Jan. 11. 18H7. 21, 73, 12. 22, iX 47, 58, 51, 25. 28, 33. 57. CLASS 11U Daawg Jan. 11. 1867. in. 08, S 0J, 24, 52.4S.2tt. 8. 03, 17, 78, 44, 18. NO GIFT ENTERPRISE I Or auj other Swindle X MISSOURI AST) KEKITJCKT STATE A5D TTlVlTi T ii1TTTV f 1 V aVA A aiVl.iM''s a IN U. S.? Oil LT LEGAL LOTTERIES rpHEY ARE DRAWN UNDER STATE J. Charters; hava been drawn for ever FORTY Bonds nust be and are deposited with U. S. Collector aacmarity. , . . The priu-M are drawn in public by two sworn Cow ini.siooerv amwinteil by the State. Mtutbadrawa if ticku are .old or not.' PKIZEM ALL CAMII! There are tw Hut Drawing each day, and twa Havana Drawing each asuath. Drawium u bm oa two aoius afler pur chaof Ticket. One-hall Ik Tir-kets are Pnre. Prir 'id on nar of piircba.. Ticket Wli f"J. aocorvlin lo Scbem. Priio HI 'm ll.ii. amtrtling to S lie-ne. Fnnni! AwhiUUI!". W. VA?' VOAsT. No; 20 j.llrM,n trrt . . Sal. Agcn-i at Jso. i2 imi . ounier T aini rr i 2o. tn4 rosar strrrl. r'H.in NoH Nn. "li,v.,.o etrct. 1 3 STEAMBOAT MADISON HALL', i fMIE LIonT-P RATOWT .jm 1 ftaanbnat Mdioa b.teg MMto Uu lr bra rfaravb.l ia rwi iy. ana ,u roe.te rtsnmag .rJer, v .n.rd f.,i ole. - . ; A Good lln.i-j-ul.a k kJ. t L- now Ivnr t thw wharf. li; 2.41ratamt. SALE CLOSING OUT SALE. 0 0 0 m M 0 fl f H SALE. . ;, NOTIONS, ETC liTC, ETC., l i . ; . gACRIFIOE! WIL1. , uti . vier&tu&D l SQUAIII3. 114 MEDICAL. Something New Under tne Sun. A New Era . in Medicine. -" i . i LET THH SUFPERINO AND DISEASED read the followin i , . Let all who have been given nn by Doctors, and spoken of as incurable, read the followin: Lei all who ean believe facts, and can hare faith in evidence, read the follewint : . . ( Know' all Mr by that Prttrntt. That on this the twentieth day of June, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and siity-eix, personally came Joseph liuydock to we, known as such, and being- duly sworn, deposed as fol lows: That he is the solo aenenil agent for the United State and dependencies thereof, for pre parations or medicine known as M AOGIKL'S FILLS and ftALVK, and that the following; certificates are verbatum copies to the best o his knowledge end belief. LL.S.J JAJiES SMKITRK, Notary Publio, . ,.j . v . . Wall Street, New York. De. Maooisi. : I take my pen to write you of my great relief, and that the awful pnin in uiy siiiehas left rue at last-thauks to your medicine. Ob, doctor, bow thankful I am that I can set some sleep. I ean never write it enough. X thank you again and attain, and am sure you are really the friend of ail suB'crors. 1 could not help writing to you, and hope you will not take it amiss. . t . . JAMKri Mi'HRS. Junsl. IH06.' - ' 116 Avenue b. This is to eo-tify that I was discharged from tbe army with Chronio Diarrhoea, and have boon cured be Dr. Jlnrgiel's Pills. . . WILSON HARVEY, New York, April 7, law. . 21 i'iu 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. Tbe melted iron 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 alter the acoident : Nkw Yobi, Jan. 11, 18(18. My nameis.TacobHardvi I am an Iron fonn--der; I was badly burnt br net iron in November lout; my burns healed but I had a running sore on my leg that would not heal; I tried Muggiel's Salve, and it cured me in a fek weojis. This is all true, and any body can now see me at Jack son's Iron Works, Second Avenuo. . J.HARDY. ' . WHAT THE PATIENTS SAY OF Dr. Magglel's Fills and Salve! Extracts from Various Letters. '' "I had no nppotito, Muggiel's Pills taverns a hoarty one.'! ', , ' ; . - "Your Pills are marvelous." '" " u " I send for another box, nud keep them in tbe house." , "Dr. Moggiel has cured my headache that was chronic." " I gave half of ono of your rills to my babe for cholera morbus. The diiur little thing got well in a day." " My nausea of a morning is now cured." " Your box of Mnfigiol's Salve cured me of noises in ll.o head. I rubbed some nf your Halve behind my ours and tho noise left." " Send me two boxes j want one for a poor family." , ' , 1 , , " I enclose a dollar ; your price is twenty-five cents, nut me mouiuine to me is wortn a dollar. Send nie fivo boxci of your pills." "Let me hnvo three boxos of your Salve by ietarn miul." " Tho best Pills for lieadncbe I ever had." "My liver works like an engine thanks to your Pills." . . " I am pleased to my to you, Dr. llaccicl, that I would not be without a box of your Pills fureuring me of morning nuusca tor the.wjorld." " Yoa will find enclosed one dollar. Your Pills are only cents, but I consider tlivia worth to me one dollar." " Dx.a Doctor : My tonime had a fur on it every morning like the buck of a cat. Your Pills took it away." " I took half a rill and crushed It to powdor, and gave it in jelly to my little babe for cholera morbus. The dear little pet was well in three hours after." " I suppose it Is hardly worth while to tell yoa my burned foot bos got we I from tho use of your Salve. Kncloxed find Z' cents for an other box to keep in the house." ''Send me another box of Salve." " Encloped find 75 conts for two boxes of your Muitie! s Pills and one of Sulve." Th mn. gentle yet searching medicine I ever swallowed." I Have Over 200 Such Testimonials. MAW1IKL'8 PILLS AND SALVE are al most universal in tbeir clients, nt.d a euro can be almost alwaVK ruarantrod. tOltlilLLIOUS DISKASKS nothing can be more pMdu..-tive oi cure than these Pills. Their almost u.ic in tuence is felt at once ; and the ii.-ual concjomi ra.ei of this most diftrcg.ing are re- nued. 3'he?e remedies nr tilde from the furtst VEtiETADLE COMPOUNDS. They win not Dins ine raoi ueneaie ivioiue, anti can be given with good effect in prescribed doses to the voni roungest frabe. run hiajsuls uib. OKDKKS and all eruptions 01 the skin tie SALVE is most invnluable. It dors not bad externally aiooe. but penetrates with the mosi bing euecU 10 tna vary root el ia evil. Dlt MAGGIEL'S FILLS iiivisJisi-v cub thx roi lo Ko m.sKAHxs: Aihma. ; ; h..wol ComplaiuU, Cot f ha, OokV Chett Disea-eS, Co.ti venet. DysiM-iMia. llmrrl.sra. lr.p. liiiitr. KrveriJid A sue, Hesdach, ludigctii.n, Inrlucni;,, Hllaiaiu.il ion, awani Uenkaiwa, Lii'er Ctoti;tlaiiitji, Lownem t Spirila, llincwirr.r.. Kbuuiuni ati. Suit Ku o,a Scalds. bkia luaa4. Each Box Contains fw rite i'llis. . . OS! PILIj IB A t'OSE. - Nnnra. Xone renuiue 'iTi.iut the en rravvi tratle mirk around e. 'i rot or hog signed by DOCTOR J. MAti'ill :, New York to cuntertcit which is felony. a.Snli 1-t all r. IMS-table P-Jr in Med- I Icinv thmushout the l nit.1 Su esand Cana- dn. !it ?:ictt. rcTb.'T or f.'. 4-1 W I - J 8, HINSOJ, Z 17 I H T , . l!aa reueTed to NO. 225 MAIN B'lTEET. Zwe Dwjrs South of the M',.r.',a Uovs . K. X K.VW t VY, A.-.-t.nt. 2f