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OWKX. HOOUK & WEST, AGENTS FOR T1IK t . '.i' j;tna Life Insurance Company, 1 1 ,Of UABTFORD. CONN. ; j,' i ' Ciwh Assets over Jl.000,000 ! XI 1 KJ O KOHOIA. r Homo Insurance Company, " ' (jFC0I.CMBtI8.0A. 1 ' IIumJi AkhcU 9 100,000 I tiii: STATE INSURANCE COMPANY ' OF NASUVIUIS. TKUS."" ! Cai.it all' gOO,OQO' v.irRlwsURtLlFB fOLICIM OS ALL AV "improved ''v,d,uk!,"' to ana-hair Uie vromiuu. No extra charge Hr t".iii .1 Snoutb at .11 ii,.v.r Alao inaura as nst loas or damag ByT. on boo..". aierchaodi... turnitur-, "'(V.cslNorlhwest corner Msdiion and Mef Hf.ni, M.-r,..l;is. Trnn. , PUBLIC LEDGER. Ofllco, No. Itf Madtaoii' Btrect LARGEST. CITY, CIRCILATIOJ.. MKMl'HIHi ..,! ."a'a'iae Monflay Evening, Jan. 1. IB67 TEX BOPKKMK COURT. The Chicago Hepublican says:. , , , Id the Capitol at YYasninijton are now assembled the Judges f the Supreme Court of the United States. For outward dignity and decorum this sanctuary of justice is without parallel in the world. The Judges are all imposing men, and Chief Justice Chase the most dignified of them all. Parallel with the bench is the desk of the Attorney General, and Mr. Stunberry's tall and gentlemanly ap pearance chimes in admirably with the lofty preseaoe of Ahe Judges, and with tho serene aspect of the courtroom. v.i if it were not for the Dreseoce of Mr. Chief Justice Chase and a few otherj new er individualities, the spectator might etitt fancy himself amid the Del phian oracles of the old slavery era. Caleb Cushing, Jeremiah Black, and other relics of the past . . , ; "New era" Judges! All . the old Judges, all the old books, all the old !cisiona,'aU . the old tradition all the old men of our country, to pais away, and be succeeded by a new order of things new Judges, new books of law. new decisions", 'new men, new practices, and a new bible. According to our Jacobins, 'the Government- has- been changed by the war changed to corres pond with, and conanmmats the policy of the abolition party formed thirty years ago, when it first lifted its head opt from the dismal swamp of republican an archy. Fortunately for their success, the South assailed them before they were quite ripe, quite prepared to take the offensive. They, if, taking that,' could not have succeeded. They conld not have forced the Northern people ' into an appeal to arms to destroy the liberties and property of the South. They never did love or respect"' th Government ' ' Tbey -were always its enemiea.and prayed for noth ing so earnestly aa for a war in which the CoMtitntionr-Hae objeit of thei? pro fourd hatred should be crushed, under foot ' lTueir prayers have been answered, their petitions granted. - They boldly an nounce the end of the old Constitutional era, and bless heaven that it has been succeeded by one wholly new. ' How tbey.idespise iUasiULL. Jwmt; SToat, Tank, and all the great luminaries of the law I How they despise Wkjwtm, Choatk, Wirt!, Jodkpok, Pinckkky, and all the illustrious defenders of the Coh titutipnl( How they hate the volumes which announce the law of the land that law from' which 'there Is no appeal but to revolution I Ccseiito and Black Wi' relice of tue paeC"! What paat? The days and years when the Constitution given us by our fathers was the law of our conduct; " when order was the rale, and law and justice the guide T On the ruin of all that was glorious and just, a new set of men, headed by Sdmseo, Sts vess, Phillips,' Forxkt, Browxlow, and others no less destitute of political virtue, stalk forth' and tell us that a new order" of affairs is to be instituted. Tbey manage the locks aad dams of the cur rent of party politics. .They give law to people already mad with passion, aud coutrol the ballot-box. Ciuse, with a few determined followers, sits among the - Judges to' construe and combat tba old, and announce new rules of law. If the old Government was an object of hatred, and should be .overthrown, consistency would inquire, why are the people of the South so terribly persecuted for attempt ing to overthrow "it, or' offering the Jacobins an occasion for performing the work which Southern arms cauhj not affect f 'This" 'is the' spirit that rules the land. The Supreme Court is against the order of the new era. Five of them are among "the relics of the past," and the difficulty of getting them out of the way is the lion in the path of Jacobinism. Propositions look ing to that end ara already "before Con gress. By consolidation of Circuits, one or more of the Conservative Judges can be, it is supposed, dispensed with. Then, there will be bo learner against the full flood of Jacobinism. "' 'tee cbosbt opera house. ' The . drawing of the Crosby Opera House Art Association will uke place on next Monday, orders for certificates being received at Chicago until Saturday uexL Orders are being received rapidly and there is no doubt the drawing will certainly take place at the lime appoint ed. The Chicago Fctning Jimrnml has the fulloa 't.g in retard to the affair ; Itiws or the Paiwixti The subject of abiorbing interest just bow is the ep-prut-ching drawing of the Art Associar lion. Every detail of its preparation w.ll he gii'y rJ by thonands. Tba lulm which are te re pre Mill the etrtifi- eates in the drawing, and which are to K nVnoaitnl Tin ths larce wheel, era itrintinir for the committed by tha1 W at era Engraving Company, and go throngh the same routine as so many bank notes. Thev are. as fast as the? are printed, ,t..i;..r.l ;,.i, tba bauds of the commit tee. Tha wheels art "early finished, tuj nea annn La seen at tha Opera House. The Members of the committee; from abroad will arrive on Saturday, the 19th iast, to cooperate with the comnir here in arranging the preliminaries of ilr m mt nit itle lit I A large force of nailers will be in i.nln iii the occasion of the drawi at' OK. and the entrances of the Opera House will be In i-harga of Bilrong police force. ' Tha Rial limit entrance is reserved exclusively for the use of ladies and their attendants.1 The pressure at the selling desk of the Association is unabated, and threatens to become embarrassing next week. Aa it is, all the energies of two forces or clerks (one for night work), are taxed to the utmost Now that all the agenciea with the exception of two or three of the leading cities are closed, the mail, baa risen to perfect flood of letters.... ;.. s '' V- ' The offices for tho wale of certificates have now to be open until 10 o'clock at niebt The Art Gallery will be open likewise every evening nnui m im Let all its patrons enjoy these last hours. TIEASIiriSS AT IHK IOETH. The Washington correspondent of the Richmond Dipaic saya: "Accounts from the North represent a very uneasy state f feeling regarding the spring trade and the general prosperity of business of all kinds, and a wide spread desire la ex pressed to have the Southern States re stored at the earliest moment for the protection of Northern capital. The Radicals there are becoming alarmed at the demoralizing state of affairs in Con gress, and some predict lbs admission of the Southern States before the end of the nrMf nt Congress.. If they find that their trade is suffering heavily from the bob- representation of the Southern btates, petitions and memorials asking that im mediate action be taken will assuredly be found showering in upon the Senate and House of Representatives." ' A SATISFACTORY ZXFLAIATIOV. ' A tangible reason why the stars didn't shoot laflt mouth is advertised. The awkward mistake is explained as follows : " When the mologistic temperature of the horizon is such as c&loricises the impe rient indentation of the hemispherie analogy, the cohesion of the borax car bistos, becomes surcharged -with infinite simals, which are thereby virtually de prived . of their fissaral disquisitions. This effected, and rapid change is pro duced in the theoramber of the gym paBtoeustus paleriura, which causes a ronvacular in the hexagonal antipathies of the terrestriam aqua versula, Clouds then become a mass of deodotomixed specolie of ceremocular light, which can only be seen when it is visible." ; ;-.';, ;; . A SALT 8T0KT. ' ' The following story, from the New Orleans Timet of the 4th. must be taken cum grano softs; '.'We learn from a geutleman who arrived yesterday from Red river, that on the second of the month a shower of fins salt occursd in Red river about sixty miles from the mouth. There ( had been a little snow the day before, and on the next day, it being observed that the supposed snow had not melted, it was examined, and found to be veritable salt Our inform ant gathered "a bushel of it, and it was Tound 'to be equal to "the best Turk's Island." BAHIKUPT BILL. The bankrupt bill which passed the House last session of Congress, it, is thought will pass the Senate, wbent ter Senator Porland calls it up. It sboi ld become a law at once. The condition of the people, broken by the war, renders a bankrupt law indiapercnble. It is care fully prepared, and dishonest men will experience great trouble in taking ad vantage of the law. Jackson Clarion, i 'Are you not a little too fast in suppos ing that the benefit of the act will inure to the South T ' Poyou luppose Congress would pass an act by vbich Northern creditors would be prevented from col lecting their Southern debts T If that act shall become a law, it is safe to sup pose that it will not apply to the South. BA5IEUPTCT. i During the last session of the Congress of the North, the House passed a bank rupt bill, and it is intimated that it will pais the Senate at this sesslou. such a law at this time will be favorably viewed by the North, The Southern provinces. it is believed, have n bankrupt rights under its provisions. Laws are to be uniform throughout the United Statei. As the ten former States of the South are not now States, tb,fy are not sup- osed to be included.- A disloyal per son, though plundered of all be possessed, cannot bankrupt ' HOW IT WOEM. u ' : The New York Eipreti says that op- ward of twa thousand immigrants, from Europe, arrived at that port on tfew Year'a day nearly all of thesa ia steam ers. The passage money, in the aggre gate. Tnnit bi. &&cdscss sum--bt i goes into the coffers of the foreign steam ship line Radical high tariff legislation, for the benefit of Thad. Srrvaaa and other iron mongers, having compelled the withdrawal of all competition on the part of tha steamer carrying the United States fiat . ADVICE TO BOTI, Yon are made to be kind, geterous, a ni? magnanimous," says Hoaact Maxk. " If there is a boy is school who has a clubfoot don't let him know job ever saw it If there is a boy with ragged clothes, don't taW rags ia his hear ing. If thara la a lame boy, assign him Some part In the play which doae not ra quire much running. If there is a dull osu, help bias to gvt bis leeaoas." ' stir Last winter on ths Hudson riv a ereat deal of suiusoinnt was had wi ' ice boat.t," which are boats that sail on il,. frozen aurlace of tho river, driven Dy tha wind. It 1 announced that ths Ice boat Association of Poughkecpsie are r.,,Lirir arrangements for a race twenty mile and return, with their novtl vehicles, during the present montn, ; - x ri. vn r)rtna Pieavune ad K9 ui' vises the planter! to adopt the Yankee plan of hiring, and max the following "1 11 hire you by the montn f f r or week, at so much, feed yon alone so Innr as vou star with me, and discharge vmi whenever vou fail to do your worx . . , ... . , pay you cash down at the end oi your ... . . month." : ' - ' nar Jan T. Rossrtsost was hanged Christmas week in Stafford county, Vir riiiia. for a crime resembling that ot Pbosst's the deliberate murder ol family to whom he waa related by both blood and marriage. He was twenty- fivaveara old. a deserter from the cob f.Wrt armv. and while in Washington was accused of murdering bn cousin lor his bounty money. US?- Tha Richmond Etamir.tr sug gests that the people of the South ought to arrange for the quiet aasertion of their nol.ii Wnra the courts, and call open ths judges te say whether it is lawful to tar without renresentation, or whether Congress which excludes the representa tives often States is lawiui auinortiy. loT A Western ' sditor ! sayi : A'Wf learn from South America that there is n. tk PUt ' " Pbextice adds: "WKnn Dnaita was in New Orleans there waa terrible war on the plate-- the gold and silver plate. ' , ; BSh-Tha papers of France give an ao Munt nf the death of a man from the bite of another man. The biter was a Jacc- bia, of course. t . i, Tha Aberdeen - Examiner has pur chased the materials of the Sunny South, hich closes tho Utters existence, we wish the Examiner the fnllcrt success. TIIKPKESS WAB. , , Treaty of Alliance Between the Weatern ana mmioiu juiu- , clatlona. ' V Ymr. January 10. Te nolts of agreement between tl Westc-n snd New iorlt ASSOCiaiea rrees, cnowruiuj Weatern interests, are that the New York Association evacuate our territory, ex tending from Pittsburg to Omaha; that .ra to distribute the news to the Southwestern and Northwestern Nev s Associations, and within tne uouoaai.es of the Western Press Association we are to collect news , and, in every respect, to control it This gives ns complete com mand of the situation inrougnout tne Mississippi valley and tha lake country, frrm the Atlantic to Memphis, to St Paul and Milwaukee, and from Cleveland to the Upper Missouri. The Mew I era papers wiu n our news at Cleveland, having an agent there, and we receive theirs in New York, hav inr an agent in their office, and we wilt pay them $8000 a year wnus f jr tho su perior commercial value ot ibeir news in the exchange. In addition we pay 22 per cent of the cost of dispatches by the Atlantic cable, and 20 per cent of the tolls on the California dispatches. Per sons having information on this subject welt know that these are advantageous terms for the Western papers. ,M . k aM1i mb ranAtilatVa Wlatfarm. t "Jacob Slevis, a candidate for Congress from Alabama, puts forth a funny plat form: . ; ' , , . ...... Vim ti a rit tn no the nrinsiDnli that will govern my kongreshunnl karrer. I am not the persou to kensole or equiver- kaiw my prmsipuia are mose oi iuo American Egul, which, whar the karkus is, oilers gethurd togethur. In relashun . nionnv T TCm, Ina ailliaa.inn. Slavery is ded, txt d so will the niggurs be befor long. I am in favur of a general amnesty i-3 all the 20,000 Holler mei, sein they haa noioing to ao wiid ine k;nn'.n nn Ka ar. nr fitin in it when it Kmt Ttnnth of these was did bv the Door men, but those of that class who r i i- l .u- . t .i.:i, ...:. maae notuia uj mv war m. mm iuw shuntly punished, and those who did ort a K n.r.tnneii fair ffitliB rich at the ex pense of the rebelyun. All I hav to say T. 1 1 L . . : - . U . , U nw m-H rt .o V. , a in KOUCtUlfUUU IS, hlia ' J wiaii wuuu.a my loialty eny longur he ta a misnraoie iratnr. and I will kik him as sune ss oivll guvernment is restablished- .. . Hsutrajitv Tiolatsd ky w (isssrala. Ta Puneau Wlfl Jannnrv 1 1 Tha T)Amtnrni tl.ia Avaninff nuhlifthes comes of letters just unearthed at Washington, over the signatures oi major uenerais Sherman, Steele and Weitsel, in which they give to Lieutenant Colonel U. R. II. Mclver, of the Mexican Republic, while on service on the Texan frontier, author- U. in aoia.a Ironm ant arms in tha United States for Mejicp, to prosecute ike war against Napoleon- They also openly violate the neutrality laws by giving war rants for piracy, and transportation to Mexican troops, agaiust our stipulations of neutrality with Francs and Austria. The publication ot these important tetters ..nl.in. Vi a aana nl nnr trnuhta with France. Copies of these same letter have been received by mapoiegn, ja tbia matter, not oly tb-j Gciniiils named hnt alio tha Iiraaident and Secretary Seward are implicated. . The Whirligig sf Xveata. The Fredericksburg (Va.) Xev; after mentioning the paying off (11,000) of the burial corps who have been for aoms time operating in that vicinity, says : "The field on this side of Marje's Heights, on which was grown the corn our charity sent to starving Ireland is islT, has yielded a rich harvest in the rish invadera slain, whose dead bodios covered its fair surface in Ueoesnber, '62 Meahers' brigade fought and were slaughtered rWs, and now the mosey paid for their reinterment on the Heights they could not take, will bring a circu lating medium to the Confederates whom they mbbed and whose houses . they sacked." ajAKUIICli, WILKIXS-UOGEN.-Ua tha tetk hut,, at Clrat Chareh.hr Rev.Dr. Waits, Dr.Williaa Wilkiot ana Mrs. Arnai Goseat both af this eitr. We eoBtratalata tht Dorlor oa tat Mirnibl view f lifa k haa uka at niwiat tka aaat- riaoBial ttate. a-i auk thanawlr wtddca aair a. ax j raara uf hafaiaau, mc k aa tk krithtval SiaaaM as aid witwre. ar ta li valiant iauriaa- tioa paiat bliai lark m falU ta ths lot af the aaai (arar4 wwftals ia that woria. latvaadl t!r afUr tha nrwut waa wvav tba kaai !! miUrk.-J ia s hriiai t&a Utht Narth. Wa wt-h thaw a pfe-aaaat jraav aja ta( ra- tara t aar etl- II er AMUSEMENTS. DRY COODS, BOOTS, BMUtsj.!. .t NEW MEMPHIS TUEATPE. L.M.. and Manoaar VT. C. TnOMrsOJ Htaaa ilnuiuor... - M- 1iA N AHA N Ttw-- C I. bllilMiUhL Baooad waok of the eolobratod Lrrlo Trifo dirnna, YKHTVALI, ,. TUBWAONll'ICENTj,, :;iu MONDAY KVKNINU. Jan. 14, WIT. will ba irttutej tha araat iilar ID whlih Vaaivall ' undo nor Nlut on tna JKnirllnli stits. n't- I I.J, UAMfcAl OB, I'll K 11KUHKW AlotUhU. Oatuea (with luursouaa), Vul val!. ADMtSEION DrM 1)1 ml- and farauatta. $1 W) lTauiilyUtralB. W)callery. lio. BLUFF CITY MUSEUM, . , .. . ,. . . I ....- Corner of Jvffaraon and SooonJ. Blrects. ' 'J Mraacsr. WM. M. ALLKN, A FINR COLLECTfON OF LIVING . JUiilOBt X AAl-W, CoulllUf 01 UeautlAtl lilrtl, ... ; ..a . ll Funny; 3IonI:oy. , ' Apen and Hnboons, of all kinds, and every doserlptlon. . The Stoat BOHEMIAN GLASS - BLOWER ! i ; The woadarfut . : i ;. it i ' ... . and cthor Curioaities too numerous to mention, to ba teen at all hours during ths day and ure ninr. ' ' 2J THE NEW OLYMPIC, t ' Saoond Street, near Jafitrson. Saturday Evening January 12th. NKW MANAUKMKNTI NEW ATTRACTION! FT RKOPENINO THIS BEAUTIFUL I T .. 1 1 . V. . V -U...Ma..l ariah Ia unM . V. & l.a, 4 .hull l,a tliaia .nrlniunr In present nnvoltiea which cannot fail v.eaje. "r I .1... n..nnA . l,,a.;nn in . .a 1 oanta to all iiarta of the hnute. kr Twenty young ladios wanted for the Cnrv il Ballet. T4J NEW ADVERTISEMENTS HEMOYAL. . . . ; :. ' , 1 mi. .in BOBESON, MITCHELL & CO. Have removed to , ! " 505 MAIiV STKBET, ' . "' A DJOININO MANSFIELD'S DRUQ J Kture, where they will offer their EN IiKK STOCK of - t ' Clothing at Prices that Cannot be Undersold. FURNISHING GOODS ' IN ENDLESS VARIETT. , WHOLESALE DEPAHTMF.HT OH IEC0HD , ... , . , LO0B.. . , ;M Great Inducements' .lit. ... will be offered to Country buyers. ' 122 CONSTABLE'S SALE. BT VIRTUE OF AN , 11. ''JCUTION inilnst Vana'atye Wmc,j2j.ed on the Uth day of January, 1W7, bH. 8. Lee, J. J, fur bhelby county, oi iudfftnont recorded be fore aaid Lee, oa the Kth day of January A. 1. lt7, by Thomas McUuuaM, I have levied on one burtc. No. 3.1, named Lake Erie, one hun dred feet Ions and T. jatf feet wida, and let en feet deep. I will sell aaid Banre for eaah, near the foot of Union atroet, at public auction, on Thunday. the lull day of January A. D. 1867, between tncjhoura of 10 a.m. and 4 p m. t JOUNH. CKAIQ. 120 Deputy Constable for Shelby county. H AVItiU UKANTED TO AU&jKS. Oil- sill Broa. A Co. the exclusive privilege of manufacturing or bavins manufactured the Mitchell's Patent Cotton Scraper all persons are cautioned not to infiinge upon their privilege. ; ,. i . OrgiH Broa. A Co. are my agents or attorneys, repra anting my further interest in the abort fSorapt r. 1U3 JONATHAN H. MITCHELL. i --AT- H. A. II13,1MVS, X1Q Main Street, eor. Union.',, H AVISO DETERMINED TO CIIANGE my buiitien, I ulfor to acll ont ray entire atock of r-ANCV A4ID UTAHLK 1RY OOOD!. HOOTS AN U SHOES. II ATS, OKNTS' HRNISIUti UOOUti, CLOAKs! BLANkKTS. I'ti'.. etc. The entire alack MUST BE SOLD WITHIN 30 DAYsretnrdles of coat, in order to give up pojwefsionof the ator. tH and eiamtne the bargains I offer before purchaaking etaewaera. H. A. I1CKHAM, Ua SVi Main street, eor. Union. LUMBER I ' LUMBER I t Large and Well Assorted Stock of Cj' press) aud Poplar Lnmbcr AT 0. VENABLE'S 8AW-MILL. UM K. VE N0WCN HAND AND ARE II eonatantly aawing Cypreaa aad Poplar Silia.Joi'ta, Corner foita, Sciuittina, htndduia, Kaftera, bmlin, Btripa, 1,1'-, and J-inrta clear Cyprena and l'oplar flank, roiiah Hooriuc and Weathcrb.Htrdiiig. common inch Plauk, fthect ins. Krucing and pence Puatu, Picke a. Latha and Hhioclra. which will be aold at favorable prieea teCASH purcharfcra. DimeuaiiKi TMiLra aaweJ to order. Ordera filled on, raort ci.tirw. Teaoia alwaya at hand aad atrict altculioa given to tha delivery ol Lumber. Alilla aa4 Lumaer Yard on Vol river, Im- rocivaiT aorta of bayuo Uayoao, Mempbu, Tenneaare. iu UKO. C. A JOS. VKN ABLE. Arenta. C. II. Bli.VCKETT & CO., Gresorit Li very, Aire t ion . 1 . , .i .. -; t i J . SALE STAUIaKS. 'I -UK F15EST IT ARXEi3 BUGGIES ASD X trnn'- jr. fur hire. AocUea lales Every Say at 10 O'clock. Special at tec tioa paid to the anluadmg Slock from Steamboats and Can. TArJ) ROOlt furaUh ed with or wlthomt read. 131 BOB. CATCE. Aactioncf. p. . soaroea. n. a. noses. si m o-US a- nocrus, ATinitNKVH AT UAAV, OrriCf-lv 14ADTSON STREET. . -tt vEitrnis. tkis. ;V i i ; GREAT CLOSING OUT I ' .l tlREAT ..7 f .4 GREAT CLOSING'OUT MACK BROS. & BOHM, 3D o.' 261"M'AIN " STREET." JJAVINfl DETERMINED TO CLOSE OUT OUR IMMENSE STOCK OF DRY COODS, FANCY GOODS, . . ... .. v ,, ' , a : BOOTS, SHOES AND If ATS, j ",.:::o::u! ' i vAaiiAvn v?mn ' trmi i?trn 0 s H x 0 0 ' 1 ' Have Marked Down Our S And now offer GREAT INDUCEMENTS, business. Our Stock must be closed out mined to do at an ' I 31 1ST ENSE;"SACJI IF ICE! Our Great Closing Out Sals will commence ,', Monday, December 17th, 1866. . 4 GREAT BARGAINS ' TERMS i f Cash on Delivery. , ! ; ' , IQT Parties indebted to the house will please call and settle. "T3J ' Fixtures and two years Lease for sale on liberal terms. T38 . " MACK BROS. & BOII3I, Pi ' r tv ot nppnaTTT! noTinT SOIJARF.. t. oi . main u... HARTFORD INSURANCE COMPANY. 1807. -; HARTFORD 'FIRE .' INSURANCE : COMPANY, CIIABTEBED IHIO. " Cash Cnpltnl, ' ' - Abstract 113th Scml-Aniinal Cash on hand, in Bank and Caah Items Loans on Collateral Security , Real K.tste,...;. ""r'""- Miaeellaneous Invesimenw, ibuch bu iii.,i United states uonat, par vaiue,.-........"" Losses tn process of adjustment,. Premium, received during the year Oroea Income foryear,.. - - lingua puiu lor jraii ' "'" Market value of Stook, January 1, leb7, (Shares After a year of diaastor, unparnjlcled In the history of Underwriting, involving the destruction of property to the amount of nearly Eighty Millions, and causing the wreck or retirement of a large nunioer oi inauranca onuui".""" ' THE HARTFORD presents tho foregoing exhibit as evidence ortheeon.arvative principles upon which iU bu.ln-ss I-annriii-tul. audits ability to encounter vnde-sprvad and protracted pcnla, without, .the crif pling of its resouroes.. ' ..',.'.." .'r W incninc Mia rnonreoi muovuhii uiuk vi gively to i'iro Underwriting. , , . T-.-.TTn.r. tvt .tt tj t WitU 1 T. T Mr AiEslE& I2t AaUlJ E ihi.iVAi " - ..... - PAIR DEALING AND CONSERVATIVE TRINCIPLES GUARANTEED." 1 , , 113 DRY GOODS. ELSON H ; " Mammoth Cheap Storer yor Mair. Street. t' '-I '- We Will Not Undersold by ' Aity One. I N ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR stock ol . ..'.ii! '''! NUTVV spring goods' ; we ahull commence to-day to make still further rouuciiona on our ncreioiore vaireiuc.y jw prices. And in order to effect large sales we wawe the following liberal . i . , j ! 1 , ' i . : )r, 5 f H I t ' PREMIUM OFFER, ;.. ..,tj For Thlrty Days Only: To every pnrshsser, at one time, of twenty dol lars worth of Dry (Joods, Fancy (loods or No tions we will give a pr iiuiuin ol ON h DOLL A it, in cash or goods, aa thoy may prefer all larger amount in proportion: tiat ia to any, a die eoantof 5 per cent, on tha tinount ol their pur ehaae. We also olior tba tame indu wuionts to purchasers of Clothing, HaU or furnishing lioflds. ' i ' , . Iteiueinker, our prices ar as . Low at Hie Lowest. LOOK, LOOK, LOOK At nnr nrlcea and tecollect wa shall not allow any house in this city 1 To Undersell Us. i Wa offer our entire stock, of fast-oolorod Cal ieoa at ljcenu par yard told everywhere elas at IS to 20 cents. Lonadnle Bleached Dom wtict only 81!. cents per yard. ... 4 4 line Bleached Domoa ica only i cents per yitrd. Heavy yard wide Browa Donwaties only 25 ecnta per yard. 10 4 iileianhi'd Shcctis: . i.nly 75. fj and '.SI ccuU per yard. Our entire stock of 111E.S.S COODS rHuad fully ii per ccck. on oar former low pneea. U i,te Rlnck Silks only 1 1 75 per yard cheap at f per yard. Itt 4 lilanketa. aTy an very flee, oaly $7 00 per pair. Oi-nta' Merino Uratershirta only "i cents, vl HI and l Li each cheap at double the money. wa" Panta only 1 75 per pair. Uenu't'iiats only from j4 jU (,. j10 00earh. Ilnh' Vertx, il li to ti i aih. Overeuata froai ta W t-lf Uueerh. KKATJrOMJ HCIt flson'sMamrr.oth Cheap Store. IV TGl'STEE'S S1LU OF L.VXI). tT VIRTUE OK A TRTr IEKD. KXK II ritaj lo nn hjr famuel T. llamai'.n J. a lit nh day of Nwveaner. 1"-', to srare tha pevaarwt tA rartain atr ihrraia d-rihed. Fa-al'lr t. The.. M. Vi ai4 ia,.:, t, firt Trn.t vu dal ren-terii in the P.iator'a flir of Mielby ro'inty, tha H,h .Man-a. lte. ia bx.k jS, part. I.t. a 47V aad 4' . 1 will. " TroMee. I).' a,,af '2-. nf 'lrwnrt, 1-C7. . ,Vo. 17 W.-.a rlrrrt, tlimi u at tha hwir of Ave (I o'cl'-'k. aell to the hiarhr-t a.Klderr aak. Tt ll.lri a. I n, At f ml. kiM a ii- i.nh iA M'taptu". a Bia C rk Plank R.a. i" t!a " t-''" mtn4 a taut Trmw Ifc I. and toil -arnM hramtraaai - r- t'.ram. a4 to ail.,, k ,. ti: a a f - .la., r , r '. i ..fl . Vi-r.t i,t r4TO4'tioa .tiTMi It a.n -j m th Irm. 1 l-4 T..I. -a,a-d I. a (aaM, ka)( 1 llS ,M. U. I. "'! t WART. Trailer. SALE. -r CLOSING OUT SALE. SALE. AUllvlXde iiVa, Jitla CtlV., toe It UELOW COST, ; as we lntcnj positively to retire from within thirty days, which we are deter ( ,,,..,, . .. . , . WILL BE , OFFERED! , a.-- , . -as .tr- v-b saw Statement, Dec, si,' 1806. V-' - - JSf S .- . 'A'jJJj J ' IrM.Kl 00 ymt ,- - r v ' "' "" 11,788,078 82 ......$149,155 08 ; ' 1,511,7X2 75 8i7,4'.W 25 , 205 00 " a ,,u; ------ 1WI such,).... . .. .,, ...... i.. 'I nnnad aula. uj uuus ai-ov-M vvaB--. . ' h-.j, , . ; . . ... fti A T.TTTPG 1? A TP HATP9 TiUIM AND ED. II. A. LITTLETON, ' Agent for Memphis and vielnityi i DRY COODS. gOUTHEBN PALACE, f -' S32 MAIN ETREET. v , ' ' ' I - .... M ..'.,: -A JJO"WELL, WOOD & CO ., - i PRICES REDUCED " J Our elegant stock of Dross Bilks now oflorcd 1 : ' AT A REDUCTIOlSr. gOUTIIERN PALACE. : ' ' 332 MAIN STREET, I 'I a 4 . ' i HOWELL, WOOD 4 COH ' , i PRICKS REDUCED IRISH POPLINS, EMPRESS CLOTHS j AND DRESS GOODS , " 1 ' '' Now offered - ' . AT A REDUCTION. . , " . i JOIJTIlKItN TAIjACE. ' ' , 3 , - ' ' ' ' .' 4-. i '. ... , . ' S.U MAIN STREET. KMDROIDERIES, LACES. LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS, Now offered . AT A REDUCTION. - ' gOUTHERN. PALACE, ' ' ; 'l .. SO MAIN 6TREEX. . UOWELL, WOOD Sc CO. 1 PRICKS REDUCED, v ' MANY JOB LOTS, SHORT PATTERNS AND REMSASTS, CHEAP. 1 ' ' WINTER GOODS AT A REDUCTION. 120 BOOKS and STATIONERY itf-7 MAIN STREET VVKUUTBU BtiOCt W. 2L MITCHELL, MISCELIAHEOnS BOOKS A Vail ft. of BiMaa. Ursui Books. . Prayer Books Tearuscecta, JuTtU Px,, Hovala. Maaoaie lioatta. anal liiplooiaa. ALL U'Kit: ARK0l'hRR AT Tflf MaikM 1'IW. tall an. I lll"'til aur ala. " MMEDICAL. ) Something New indcr tnc Sun. A New Era in Medicine. T ET THK RIIFFKRINQ AND DISEASED J j read the followingl Let all who have bw clvea up by Dnrtora, and .pokes of aa incurable, read the folloalugi Lot all who can believe facta, and ear. have faith ia evldauea. read th. following t ' i nil Urn hvtkrt PrttrnU. That oa this tha twentieth day of June, in th. year of our Lord one tkouaaud aunt hundred aud aixty-ais, pcraonally eatne J uei,h llaydock to ai. known aj auuh, and being duly aworp, deiMMed aa fol lows : That ha ia th. aula general agent for tha United Ktat. and deixnilonoiea th.reol, for ro paration. ar inedicinwi known aa MAIitllKL'U J'lLI.Sand bALVK, aud that th flillowing eorlilloatos ar verbatuui copies lo the bast oi his knowleilKn anl ln'hi't. , IU b.J JAMKa c Jl V. I T R K. Notary Puttie. lto i - .. Wall Btrct, New Vork. ' Da.Maootn.t I take my pes ta write you ol my great relief, and Hint tho awful pain In luy am haa (; m.at laat-thtuka to your niediotna, Oh, doctor, now thankful 1 am that 1 eaa got soiu. sleep. I can never write it .uough. I thank you again and again, and am sure ou ar really tli. friend of all aullurera. I could not help writing to you, and Imp. rnu will not takaitaioiM. JAMKS MVERH. June 1, 1. lillAv.au D. Tbia is to certify that I was diachargod from ths aruiy with Chrome Dinrrliioa, and have been sured b Dr. Mnirniel's l'ills. WILSON JIARVRY.. I Nw York. April 7. lwtf. S7 1'iU ptreot. , Th following la sn Interesting ease of a man employed in an Iron foundry, who, in pouring melted Iron into a tlask that waa damp and wet caused aa explosion. Th mallei iron was thrown around and oa him in a perfect shower, and h waa burnt drcadlully. Th following certificate wu given to ui by him about eight weeks alter the aocident : Nkw Yost, Jan. It, IWo. My asm is Jacxib Hardy i 1 am an irou foun der; I waa badly burnt by hot Iron in November last; my barns healed but I had a running aor on my leg that would not heal; I tried Mnauiol'a Salve, and it cured m in a few weka. Tiiia is all true, and any body can now ao. uia at Jack, aon'a Iron Works. 8eoond Avenue. WHAT THE PATIENTS SAY Of f Dr. Hagglers rills and Salve! ' Extracts from Various Letters. f 'I had ao appetite; Magglol. Pills sav m a hearty one."-. . , , , "Your Pills aramarv.lous." ' . S " I send for another box. .! Irani, tl,am I- th. house." ! "Dr. Maggiel has amend heailanka thai waschrouio. .. . , " I gave half of one of Vnne ntM. in tna knK. for cholera morbus. Xhoduu little thing got well in a day.'. , . , i , . . . .. ........ " My nausea of a morning is now'cured. ' ' ' YoOr boi Of Majnrinl'. R.lva a..,l .'al noiae in th head. I rubbed some of your balv behind my ears and tha noiae left.;' , " Send ma two boxes : I want on for a poor family." ..,,...... . I enclose a dollar i vour nrlee I. t w.nlv.fl va cents, but th mediain to mo ia worth a dollar." " Send m five boxes of yonr pills." ' ' ' " Let me have thro, boxaa ofvonr Snivel,. ieturn mail." The best Pills for hoav'tch I over hod." My liver works like an va-rlne. thanks to your Pills." lam iiloaaed tn mln vnn Tia n ni that I would not be without a box of your Pill, for auring m of morning nausea lor tha world." You will Dnd enclosed one dollar. Your Pills are onlv 2& c.,t l,.,t r a,n.i.i ii...... worth to me on dollar.'1 "Dtii Doctor: Mv tonmio hail a rr n.li every morning iiker the buck of a eat, A'uur Pill, tw.lr . avntf e ..... ' I took half a nill anil een.hail ll Ia hAa.U and gave it in jolly to my little babe for cholera morbus. Th dear little pet was well in thro hours alter." V I suppose It is hartllv worth Whiln tn. (all you my burned foot has got well from tho uaa of your Salvo. Enclosed find 25 cents lor an other box to keep in the house.' "Send me another box of Salve." M Enclosed find 7R Mntl fn Ian Kovaa nt .,. Maggiel's Pills and on of Salve." The most fen tie Vet aaarnhinr ma,llina T ever swallowed." . . . I Have Over 200 8nch Testimonials. MAGGIEL'S PILLS AND SAI.VRare.l. moat universal in their effects, and a cure can be almost always guarnntoed. F0RUILL10US DISEASES nothing caa be mere productive ol cure than these Pills, Their almost magic in fluence is folt at one ; and the usual concomi tants oi in is most aistreasing disooae are ro moved. Thco remodies are made from the purest VEUETABLE COMPOUNDS. They will not harm the most delicate fomnle, and cun bo given with good effect in prcarribed du.es tw the youngost.babe, ; FOR CUTANEOUS DIS ORDERS and all eruptions of the akin th SALVE ia moat invaiuabl. It doea not heal externally alone, but penetrates with th moat searching effects to tha very root of the evil. DR. MAGGIEL'IpILLS ' INVARIABLY CURS TBI rOLLOWINO DI8RAHR8. Asthma," ' ' ; i M liendache, f lliaral ftntT,1atnl. Ai tn.liM.Imn 1 Coughs, Intiuenta, Colds, Inflammation, . , , Cheat Dueoses, Inward Weakness, Costivenosa, Liver Complaints, Dyapeimia, Lowncsa uf Spirits, Diarrhoea, , Ringworm, Dropsy, , , , . Rhcumatisin, ueointy, . t - . i7'111, noauiu. Fever and Ague. . Scalds. Skin Diaeoaoa, Eacb Box Contains Twelve rills. ONE PILL 19 A DOSE. -'NoTirS. None genuine without the en graven trail e mars: arounu eiti'n pot or nox signed by DOCTOR J. MAGCUEL, Now York tocountcneiiwnicn ia iciony. I. bold ny ail respnrtatiio Dealers in Mea- iciuea thronnhout the United States and Cna dn. nt '2f cants Tier hot or pot. 1-140 Official Drawings of the Missouri State .. . Lotterr. . CLASS No. 110-Dbaws Jan. 12. W7. 30, 59, 13, 11. 0. 8, 7. 5, 70, 65, 82. 14, 15. ' CLASS B Draw Jan. 12, 18(77. . 43, h 7. 4, 67. 15. 81. 60. 28, 72. .,2. a. NO GIFT ENTERPRISE! Or any other Swindle ! MISSOURI AND KENTUCKY STATE AND HAVANA LOTTERIES. OXLY LEGAL LOTTERIES IN U. S. rpnEY ARE DRAWN UNDER STATE 1 Charters; hav. been drawn for over I'ORTY YEARS. -J i , '.... Bonds m nut be and are deposited with U.S. Collector aa Security. . The pritca ar drawn in publie by two sworn Covwtssionere apiointel by the State. Muat ba drawn U ticket, are sold or not. . PHIZES ALL CyVWII! There are two Sbtte Jlrawinss each day. and two Havana Drawinua ouch mouth, i DrawinM can bo aecu two hours after pur ehm.M. of Tickets. One-half the Tickets are Prises. . Prise paid on day of parchase.( . A . TU'keta 1 to (21, acoordinft to Scheme. Prirea il to f Hsl.laKl, aco.rilina to Scheme. Principal Aaeut. UKO. W. VAN VOAST, No. 10 Jeiiersnn atreet. Sut Agencies at No, 72 Jeffenoa, comer Third at root; No. lot I'urlar alreot, room ho. S; No. 20Gaoao street. 1.13 STEAMBOAT MADISON roil SALK. riUIS LlflnT DRAUtinT rf"lA L .taaniKMat Madison having , - ,i iiTTk. lati'lv been rafurwulMd ia al .,i. .( ,h complete running order, ia oderrd for sa'c. , , J Good . IJarcuiii ean ! had. She is now Ivtnr at the tirf. Apply to L. ili'hS & "I . 117 174 Kmnt tieet. S, UIHBOK,- J 13 N T I S 'I1 , Has removed to SO. 225 MAIN STREET. Two Doors fouth of the Worsba-n II itw A. 1!. RENNEDY. Assistant. M i DMINTTR ATOK'f N'tTrcR. N. I ICR J if berel y a-naa I" all creditor of Ii. late J..ni II. JneKiltnea te preaeat t heir a r ante and deman.ta to we at my edif. within 1 1... time if-nod by law, '-r tia ..n.a will I 1 rred. I LtlCliKrt Lt.K. A iinMni!r-li.r, tVracr Fnmi an. I I'ni )U W.ni hi, l.ia.