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- s ' SR.' ,''.B. BooiiO i. t. HT. sit'EN IIOORK A WEST, j agents res TUB Life Insurance Company, . , OFHARTFOBD. CONX., , j 'Cash Assets over $1,000,000 , Lit: 'ft . . Home Insurance Company ., & ,iF COLUMBUS, OA. . 1 ' Vm.li Aaseti $100,0001 ,.0 J The STATE U 'INSURANCE" company, "OF KABIIVTLLIt. TENS'. j v . Capital. O0,O0O! W I INSURE L1FK POLICIES OK ALL the improved Pl'.." V. one-ball the premium. Xn avtra charge fOf i,..lin and residing oin at " the year. Alio insure a11"1 l0",rT ft " "Tj" by Ore ou houes. merchandise, furniture, to., V .. . 4t..v. i ..M.,11Ion and Main iirnrK nonnwt - . ... f kid Tunn n PUBLIC I.EDGERL tw i .1 Office. JJo. 13 Madiwn Street LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION. ''Si K M X M IBs " I Tuesday EYening, Jan., 13. 1887 (. ALL HOT LOST. I We hare" not Jost all we shall not Jose all o long a th Supreme Court re- ,y tain iti Integrity, or so long" w it ii not cut down io number so as to give pre ponderance to the Jacobin element It , i the only safeguard remaining to the coontry sise the.orerthrewef theExee- ' utive' department of the Government. Yesterday, two important decisions were rendered at Washington.1" We"bad heard of them from . the tongue of romor, end "lelievcl! The first was in regard to the infamously tyranical preacher's oath of the State of Missouri." For two or three rears past, the preachers of that State have been Indicted," arrested, tried, con victed, fined and thrown into prison for preaching the gospel, without having previously "taken an oath pre scribed by an act They were hunted down ' by hands of persecutors armed with an ,thoritys Aj drag them ,to punishment " "Tbey refusect to' comply with regula- . tion they knew t be illegal, and felt to be 'nfamotw.' It struck at free ' con science, invaded natural right, and over , threw duty Uselfi It wa no less repug nant to reason than it was to tbe spirit of the Constitution. . It wa in its char acter ex post facto, a bill of attainder. It has fallen hefore the stern integrity of ' 'the highest tribunal of the land.'td sleep the only sleep that is appropriate to its character the sleep of infamy. Over its disgusting corpse no tear win uc .... . . 1 1 u 'sheA , To ' its grave, no fqnd, tender memories will cling, but it will be left alone with the odor of its reputation, j ; The theTJpoint!'decided:-was that known as the " Attorney's Oath." ThU r'waa' another Radical Measure; adopted during the war and attempted to be per petuated in peace! It was twin brother -id! the Jlissonn fuiquityvAnd died .'the game death. It, too, was ex post facto TbrCflurt says ''the applicants obtained a pardon from the President, whic re . Ylitve them from the consequences of the I -tijfense, and Makes them, citizens in the ' riev of the lav, 'what they vert bejore : (tkecjjense wMefmmiltedJbr Congress cannot limit the prerogative of mercy, neither can ill fettered ly legislative restriction , Therefore it , followed that the prayers of the petitioner must be ' ' granted. The rule which require attor ' nej to take the test oath must be re Kiud4,'nd the order is mada. accord ingly." If these test oaths are nncon ;ititu:"6aaL')eanse' they "are,, d their nature, ex post facte, is not the fran chise act of this State, disfranchising the people for' purposes of panlshment after they haw been pardoned, also un constitutional? The cases are anala- , L V - ' V... UUB,. 1UU immo. v. ime principje. Pardon by the Presi dent, Telieee tbe people of the South from the. consetjaeace of participation ,ll in ihfl rebtljion, and restore! tlen to ail tli rigbu of citizenship.. f 'onj:rss can not limit the prerogative of mtrcy, and cannot, therefore, attach a penalty iit aa offeoas that " has" been pardoned. The legislature of the States cannot do so. They an not an force acU of diafr'ancb , ieement, if meant a punishment for crimes already comaaitied. And thus , i fall, or should fall, tun great Iniquity of . this State, and so tails the hope enter- tainei hy tlie Radicals of placing the gorern-TMtiU of the Southern Flatos in the hands of negroes. The white ' vjpnlatiou " who hsve ; been ' pardon ed, cannot - be, subjected to the operation of acts of disfrannbite- - meiiL Terrilorialization, without them, would prove fruitless. They would vote, . and carry everything before them. They are still the people, and any nnlawful t. attempt to deprive them of rights de clared to be theirs by the Supreme Court, wonld encounter the sternest resistance. There is power given to Congress to . inflict outlawry upon the people. For .offenses for which they shall not have been pardoned, they may be tried and punisiird by lbs cssrts. Th.; is the law, and the people of the South should sub mit to no encroachment upon it Our own Supremo Court, guided by this dr cision of the highest tribunal of the country, will, no doubt, speedily relieve as f tie infamous act Ij which our peo ple are driven from their right of cilr tessbip. There is light in tbe sky to ' those who have been oppressed, but gathering darkness to the oppressor. A CARD FS0K XL CEOSBT. ' ' Ce hare reccivij the foiiowing card frowl Mr. Caosar ta retard to tbe ar rangemeoti to fill wrder for certificates of tbe Art Association during the last week. Th drawing will take place; on Monday next, and the latest now, re ceived front Cliieao is lo the effect that ordure am pourmir rate that all the seiiiCcntes will be tnken by Satunby, and the drawing tuke place at the aomtinted tim r-- V""' Editors Public Ldoib My Dear Sirs: you will oblige nie, and rel evens of k flood of correspondence, by aQ'ording me space to state, that having losed our acencles abroad and arranged to control the remaining certificates at this oflioe, we will fill orders for thorn up to Satur- tuv nii-lit. the lDlh instant r Th orders must roach as befora 10 :..!.. L - ., iknt litu tkall be mailed v y- j -" .. - - bffurt midniahL " ' " " 1 ' Orders to purchase certificates may b .t ta the leadiutf banking houses an the city, to tbe members of the committee or to .the e nren eomnauies. RbnuM nv rcmituncsa reach u too late they will be' returned in registered Tha delivery of engraving will con' tinue. uninterrupted by the drawing, until every order shall uave oeen niieu. ' . a 1 1 1 The drawing will begin at 2J o cloclt, K, fiomnnn of MundaT. the Us instant. t " . "With grateful acknowledgements of yonr generou assistance in the enter prise, I am, my .dear sirs, . J., .7 7 Very incerely yours, ' ' x t. II. CaosBT, 28 Opera II oase,' " ' ' ' ' ' Chicago, Jan. 12th, 18CT. ; LO. TH2 F00S KQE0. The Meridian Messenger says: On Saturday ,'the Selma train brought here over one hundred negroes, men, women and children, gathered in the Canebrake region of Alabama, on the route to the Deer Creek country to work oa planta tions.; For some reason, they laid over here all Sunday. Wc were struck with the difference twixPnow and then. In the old time,1 when negroes were on the move they " were well elad. ' 1 Many of those we saw here on Sunday, were poorly clad. They are going into the deep recess of the river bottom, and, we UBpect, there will be but poor opportu nities to improve tbem intellectually. Will the school warm brave, swamp fever to follow them to their new homes in the daak bottom of the Miggissippi ? CKAWTI8HISO. ' ' ' The Washington correspondent of the Cincinnati. Enquirer: says:.,' The Judi ciary Committee have not commenced the investigation ' of the impeachment charges preferred by Mr, Abhbt., The latter was with the Committee Wednes day informally,' to make known tbe character of the testimony be proposes to offer. The deprecatory tone of the Northern press has bad a salutary effect here upon some of those who are urging impeachment merely upon political par tisan interest Whulever of proof may be presented before the committee will be kept strictly secret until the report shall be made to the Honse. BEPUDIATIOir. The Richmond Times, says : "We. do not know that the . mantle of prophesy has ever fallen upon ns, but we venture a prediction. It is this: .That signs of a desire to repudiate the national debt will appear in tne North long before they do here, although the debt is more theirs than our. And we venture the further prediction that, as soon a the Northern people have full recovered from the ex citement caused by the Radical lies of the last election, we shall begin to hear growls about hsary taxation. The man then who will wipe out taxation soonet (even by repudiation), will be the fa vorite. ! ' " ALABAMA. " : The question, sari ap exchange, of the status of tbe Southern States lately in rebellion is about to come before the United States Supreme Court for de cision. A man named jokdax was re cently . brought before the Federal Dis trict Court, sitting in Montgomery, Ala., on chargo of felony, and having been found guilty, . was sentenced by Judge Bcbtkkd to twenty-one year lwpison ment His counsel bate determined to apply to the Supreme Court for a writ of habeas corpus, on the ground that Ala bama is not a State, but a Territory, and as sack Judge Bcsteed's District Court had 00 legal status. ' I I0T f OSGOTTOI. There it, In the oonrsa of the revolu tions of parties, a chance that Itun ct may be turned into the White House. As if to provide for such an emergency, a law of Congress provides for " a stew ard of the President's household, who shall nivivp an annual salary of two thousand dollars, and kud Btfir&rd )b1 have tbe custody of the Stat furniture and other public property in the Presi dent's house and shall give a bond," etc. j In a calamity so great as that referred to, the spoons and plates of the Execu tive Mansion would be t&f. ' 1 VQ. Jcdso Cans, Eiq., a well known lawyer of Richmond, died at the Monpmeatal Hotel on Thursday night, between one and two o'clock. The de ceased occupied a leading position in hi profession in Virginia, and wa a promi nent member of the Whig party for many years previous to the war. " JTMr. Wi Sana, r., of Port Oib son, Miss., while on a bunt in Louisiana a few diys ago, cut down a bee tree, which measured twenty-three feet in cir cumference, and from which Le iuvk three hundred pounds of honey. try Some boys at Alexandria, Va, recently put some pepper in a church stove, and broke up tbe congregation. Could naiilia Me experiment be made on Congress T Try it, boya Vef The Ohio and Mississippi rail road was sold in Cincinnati on tae 9th to the trnstee for the creditor of the road for $1,04)0,000 over and above the first mortgage bondK.- u... . THAD. STEVENS' LAST SPEECH. r, f. Iha H-Otatn VUUIl. P u" . ' t ' erything mean 5o man and 6end.sh n onvil, ad- Hr..o.l the House last iuuru..j. fri etfort, ration more rrrf:...:u ".:.'-.,i.r.nn.;d.tin i nn nBM M SteVens, April smbfromheoitie'otcm to the States lately in insurrection their full political right. . 1 Mr. Steven aio : i ai very that tin bill should be proceeded wuu -I ! I I Anmtm if nnills r;Vm.toVr0n iu iSn a. to 'what is to be done with the rebel Stat?s. This becomes more and more . arerr dsvt and tne decision of the Dunreme vuun vi ui o"i j-... states nas rendered immeuiio on the part of Congress upon the ques- tien of establishing governments in tne rebnl States absolutely inoispensaoie. r.:redgroud Z ... i t a - 4 yet far mora dangerous and disastrou in its onnration unon the live ana no-1 ertiee ot the loyal mo. . That iWinion has taken away even pro tection in every one ot the reoel tstates from every loyal man, black and white, who resides there. That decision has nnoWthed the daeeer of the rebel assassin and put it into the throat of every man wbo dares to proclaim oim lf now and heretofore a Union man. If the doctrine of that decision be true, then never were any men in such- terrl ble perils as our loyal brethren in the South, white and black, whetuer origin- ally resident there or having gone from I the North. . I Mr. Sneaker, unless Congress proceed I at once to do something to protect peo ple from the barbarian horde who are daily murdering them (the whites), and pulling to secret graves hundreds and thoosands of colored people, , unless Congress proceed at once to take means for their protection, I ask you, and any man who loves liberty, whether we are not liable to the just "nsnre of the world for' our neBliitence, for our cow ardice, for onr .eeming want of ability to do it T It i for these reasons, sir, I that I insist upon eoing on with the con-I sideration of the bill . . This is i an , act to enable loyal men in those States, as far as I could discriminate them, to form governments and put them in loyal bands, that tney may protect memseive from the outrages I Bpeak of. Not one of our Generals commanding depart- ment in the States lately in rebellion dare, under this decision, order bis olh cers to enforce the laws of tbe country. On of' tbe most atrocious murderers that was ever let loose upon a community, Dr. Watson, has been released under this decision. Therefore, for these rea sons, it becomes an tne more no- cessary that we. snouia promptly I i.l. mum tn renrffdnizn the Knnlhl I Mr. Stevens proceeded to read el Written argument in support of the bill 1 ile gave the conq.iion ot anairs in tne BUULU. IIU Dim ui.itic wcao vvuiiuu- s tA hV tha late rebels nnon loval ner- sons, white and black, and that the J country in wnioh sucn a state ct things could exist was not a . true republio. Twenty years ago he had denounced j our Government as a despotism because nder it then twenty millions of white a.. .n.Tavo fnnr millinnV'ftf Vilar.tr mon Anr. kfl frnnnnrftd it no npuror r , , : i w true republic now man u was men. i A nMM thafl... (VAf ltd lovxr-i h-.i I qpon tea power Q nave auiuornj 10 en- , t I ICt iUCIU, KUVClllIHCIIl UO IICO that did not allow its citizen to pnrtici- pate in the makiug and execution of ite laws. . There were degrees in tyranny, nd Ecnerally tbe larger the number ot the ruler tbe more crtjel the dpspetitni. Dongres was hound by consideration of r.r r.lir. in r.,n.i lnul nnr.l UW", " f '" - I f w . .1 . . i i ii t..i ! : i the war of such action must be removed. The President was Commander-in-Chief r .V. h,,t rnmrres. was hi com- mander, and he wonld be compelled to I nKav - Ha anr hill minirtna must learn 1 W nnn im not a finvernment of kinM I nd satraps, but a Government (;( a ppoplp, apd th,af Courss is the people. Souther. Pacific Rfcilxoad Project Sevivsd. WisHiSGTOK, December 13. A strana effort is about to be mails to receive the id of Conares In constructing a facitic railroad, from a point on tbe Gulf of Mexico, by an air line route only 10G8 miles long, to the Pacific ocean. An as sociation of capitalists has been organ ized In connection witn ex-uovernor Hamilton, of Texas, and other South ern loyalist. They propose to intro duce a bill at an early day to carry out their idea. Tbeaa gentlemen claim if the annual Government expen- itures alone the ban of tbe proposed route fur uiutar, etc., are capitalized, and thus created should be loaned to the railroad as tbe woik progresses. Tbe ar rangement will give the country required rood, wunoui aaouar oi expense in au- ition to what must otherwise continue to be expended for a gerjorat'tan li come, n giving military nratecltaa 10. the re- lon through woicn tue roau is to pss. Tbe onioion of tbe Supreme Court of the United States, to he delivered to morrow, is based on the question pre sented in tbe case ex parte of Mann, of Louisiana, and Garland, of Arkansas, ho. having participated in tbe rebellion, ask to be admitted at the bar of that tri bunal- The decision involve more par ticularly tbe constitutionality of the law extending to attorney in United States courts the proyinicqs ol the act of July, '02, which requires the test oath of the civil, military, and naval officer with penalties for perjury. . . . , " , i ? ' Government Gold. Discussing tbe proposition now bfor Coagros io eompol the Secretary of the Treasury to sell two million of gold week ly until the sum in the treasury shall be rt- rlnrni aome fifty millions below the amount on hand, a meney article of tbe Philadelphia Ledger aays : . During the present era of suspension of specie jyant. every attempt of Con gress to "remv" viu 5m resulted in failures so s goal as to bring discredit on the parties prominent in the attempt. And thi ne project, if carried into execution which, in the face of ..t failures, we can hardly beliere will obtain the eanction of Congress will be no more succeaiful than any of those that have preceded it, and u the leant honest and honorable of them all. In tb first place the gold market, or the Cold premium, a it is popularly termed, cannot be controlled by Congressional legislalioB The worU is it market, and the law of no one Government can reach or control iu value for the others. Any Government, as that of, the United Stti s has done, way make a coivemunt substitute f papr fur currency, and sagacious lifnialuns may flatter telve that their enact ments give this paper the Ju cf eoin, but the gap Utwecu thfm lor all that ends suppressed a iuh f1' I acainat the "uold cainblora" is a trick wilhaviewof inouo,nK in n by as author. lb following it a ro...iDlllion c( tho pprr currency. H full synopsis 01 Hiuan ui j ,. uttli,ll- . from , ,lulLiiniI on will iiui closa This same paper calls for a given number of dollars, and in our ""- - -. V i i , - - i iiU,i,i in iiMii.i tinnniLinnR wa Riini,r nur- I su ves to bOdoluUed witn tne idea tlmtwo I Aa.llv .mniitii(r AtiH nnsuiniT Hut ",u" .,' ' " ' u uu V" , ulJ bo nodiii.rence ihj o iJ. to thir owa f " ;' - " ' ' ' ' f ' BYv'TELEGRAPHi THE NOON DISPATCHES v. Y.i. .T.nuarw IS. Pork, ouiet I w , -1 fornewmess-western, $20 K; cotton, quiet at 3433je for middling uplundt; I -0u jj, j. exchange, ; v i . .. ... ...... ,.. t..:.i. , , I tTM. a ll nmlnuhtndlv nasa at an early i - day a law extending suffrage to the freed i men T in in ..r,iw I aUtUl'Un vuiiuui j wi a hi. have been received from Uong Kong, which make no mention of a com' muroinl nnme in that citr. It is now believed no such cauic prevail. . II is now said Fould's project tor the Spanish loan looks like failure. Con sols, 9? ; Five-twenties steady at 72J. ' Paris, January 15. The United States steamer Miantonomah,with other vessels, . . r. is now at uarcetonin, opain. ureai crowds of people have visited her, ' The last of the transports for Vera Cruz, to bring home French troops from Mexico, left Toulon late last evening. ' LivsnrooL, Jan. ' 15 Noon. Cctton , , A, .... . ; openea neavy, im-uBu Uu- changed. Sales will probably foot np 5000 bales. Middling Uplands, 14d. " St pAC, jii!(k jan. 13. A ' Bill . . . tt.,. . . v w Btrike the word white from the Consti- tution;" also a resolution requesting ge B f NortQn , . " 1,1 mamsBimo, January tu.uovernor Geary was iiaugnrated with imposing cp.pmnnioq nt noon to-dar." His inaui , , entirely Radical and applauds ' .y Congress. He says that upon its dehb- era t ions and actions onr present interests an(1 fature weirare all depend, Tnms Tniir It Tt i St Loins January 13 It i s reported that Gov. Fletcher has again .-stationed two companies of militia in Lafayette county, to the displeasure of the Con servatives. " '.','' ; Nkw Yore, January 15, Tbe steam ship Bremen, which left Liverpool on tho d inst. has arrived. Her news Is and . . . , . t ... ..- . ,;. Cipated. ." . A he tommiBsioners ot mow nave forbidden the participation of - any p - ,ot8 of ,hia harbor 5n the propoged race , . . . , , . across the Atlantic between the pilot boats, and therefore watch them closely, AMUSEMENTS. NEW, MEMPHIS THEATRE. tewee and ManaKor... ..,W. O. THOMPSON M. LANAGAN .C D. tilKl.NKUtIL ciage dianaver XreMarerx'WM mWU w vt iu w u.ui j j iv , "VEST VA. Ij T 1,7 v . . . M . aun",'. TUESDAY EVENING. Jan. IS. 1967. will be presented the snuvt play ia ; whi eh Veatvali t Si-Si i thk umiiw urrfmiu (iauiea twUh fuur iongs), Veatrali. .,..'.. ' . ., PM'ss?PN-prei.s Ciroto and Parquotte, JJAjUx At lyllx, . Ill I'pih U M, , , j , . ' . Corner of JcfferSon and Second Strents. .: i' i r- .a. WM! M- ALliBX, ' ' - - . Manaeer. A FIST! COU.KCTrON OF LIVING CUiilOMITlEH, eonsUtins of . Henutifiil Birds, ' Funny MonkoyM, ApcH and Baboons, j . ... i , 1, of ail kinds, and ercry description. Th treat BOHEMIAN GUSS - BLOWER ! ' .i ' 1 The wonderful " ' ' EDUCATED HOG, and ether Cnrioaitie too anmcrout to met lion, to be seen at all hours during the day aiM ere niuv. ii! THE NEW OLYMPIC, Second Street, near Jefferson. ' Saturday Evening January 12th. NIC VV MANAGKMKNTI NEW ATTH ACTION ! TK 1 1 1111 REOPESINU THI3 BEAUTIFUL II. the New Management wUb to awura tbe Kublle that it .hall b their endeavor to lira, rat novelties which cannot fail to plue. Tuy U anaounee a reduction in puce Z ci.t V. nil pnruol the hnu. - Twenty younc UUies wanted for the ( fjfTt. ! . Ii iiit. 141 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS J. H. MENDELAR, Dealer ia , Rcadj-'Marlc Harness, Saddlcrf, O ADDLES, ERIDLE8, HARNESS, C(L p lara, ilawea, Xracee, leather, bta I'lad !,, tc., Xo. 16 9Iadlifon SlrMt, MUMI'UIH. TENNICHSKK. , REPAIRING NEATLY DONE. M- plaiUrias Hair (or sale. Gaeh pud l nVitNlnTaiiWi No. 12 JeOron Street. ....... Firs, Marias aad Sier Risk Xaearrsd. II. L.AIUD. ncx. MAY, President. Secrctarv-, ' Piasi'Toas: . I1ESRT LAII.D. P. B. WILLI.VMSO. V. U. ToUiil.JiD. 8. Ii. 11' X SO M B, A.TfcJtADTFLU (1"!T DRY COODS, DOOT6, SHOES, ETC. GREAT CLOSING OUT ; GREAT GRtlAT CLOSING 'OUT MeAZ'OIv ; , BROS. c& BQI-IM, i r4 r., t i ,i.,tll Jinl . . t 1 i .it ( n O. 2 Bl'-MAIN-STREET. 1 11 AV1NU DKTBKMINKD 10 CL0SK DBY GOODS, FANCY COODS, BOOTS, SHOES .,(....- j , HaVe Marked Down Oar Stock 11ELOW COST, .And ..now odor GUKAT INDUCKMENTS, as w Intend positively to retire from huilnM. tin. Ri,.,.k ,U9t be cloicd out mined to do at an , . , ' . . , IMMENSE Our Groat Closing Oat Sale will commence , , '. ,M o n day, D e o ember : 17 1 li , 1866. GREAT BARGAINS f , TEIIM81 Ctwh on Delivery. . . t Parties indebted to the house will please call and settle. "S ,, BSf Fixtures and two years Lease for sale on liberal terms, j"1 MACK Br6s:& BOHM, NO. S61 MAIN ST., OPPOS1T1 HARTFORD INSURANCE 1807. , HARTFORD: FIRE 1 INSURANCE CJIIAXITEKEOD 1810. t.;-: 1 .. -,t) CaHli Capital, . Abstract 113tU Seml-Anniial Ca?h onhnnd, In Rank nni Cash Items, - ' - - Loans on Collateral Security,.- .....-........i...iU.... Heal Kdtate, -..,.v Misccllanoous Investments. (Stacks and Ilonas,) parvalue United States Bunds, par value, ... -i t, ( K-i,. .17"! Vl.J - Louses in process of adjustment, - rremiuuis received during tho year, tiros Income for yearj"..iM liOce paid tor yoar,. Slarkot value of Stock, January 1, 1607, (Shares After a year of .til aster, nnrarallelft In the history of Underwriting, Involving the dentruotion of property to tha amount of nearly Kilfh ty A'illioai, and causing the wreck or retirowcal of a largo numoeroi Ansurauee orsauiaiiona, .. ;;;:,',.",:T.nB ir Aii TF o ii l y ;1:',' ' presents the fomroinfr exhibit si evidence of the conservative prinaiplos Upon which its business i conducted, and ita ability to encountor wido-spruad and jiroUaotvd perils, without th orip- litineof iUrasouree. .... . . . . ' . . z . . , - Income and rejpnrces exocedlns those of any other American Company confined exciu sivoly to t'ire Underwriting. - ' '. -j?-t . i ' i - - ' ' i i-AGKNCIES IN ALL PRINCIPAL FAIR DEALING AND CONSERVATIVE PRINCIPLES GUARANTEED,- ; . , , ; 113 .; . i i. . . i '- i r f 1 DRY COODS. hi .Ml ! Mammoth Cheap ; Store, ' S07 Mnl7a Street. We Will Not De Undersold by ..' Any 0nev IN ORDER TO M"AKE ROOM FOTt OUR stock of . , i. - ' i ft 1 ' NKW SPRING GOCU8 " we rhall commence to-dny to makest!! I further reductions on our heretofore extremely low prices. And in order to effect large, sales we make the lolluwing liberal . f ,,, , - PREMIUM OFFER. TPov, Thirty. Days Only: To every pnrchaneri at one lime, of twenty dol lars worth of Dry Hoods, Fancy flood or No tions wa will sivea premium of ON E DOLL AH, in cash or toods, as t boy may pre! er all lartur amounts iu proportion: that in IO (ny, .r di.-i-ountof S per cent, on the amount, of their pur oha.e. We also olier til nama io dui-cuionts to purchasers of Clothing, Hats or Furnishing Ooodn. f . , ltemcmber. our prices arc as ' IiOW a Hie f rO went. LOUU, LOOK, LOOK At our price, and recollect we shall not allow any hoiwe iu this city ' To Underneil Us. ' tVo offer our entire stoclc of fa?t-Co''ort'l Cal ico, at 16 cents per yard aold everywhere, else Liinndxle iileaohed Domestics 'inly Silt cents 4 4 lino' Bleached Domestics only 25 cents per Heavy yard wide Brown Domestics only V 10 4 bleached Ebocting only 7o, i Mid 90 cent, per yard. Our entire stock of ' GOODS re lural fully 25 per cent, on our former low pric". Wide Black Silks only 1 75 per yard-cheap-at fel l. Mr vard. 10 4 ltlankcu, heavy and very 111 only $7 00 per pair. tii-nta' Merhvi Undershirts oi;'y TS eents, i (41 and l i each cheap at. double the money. Merits' Pant, anly f t 7 per pair. Menia' t'uai. only Iran iM au hi 1000 each. Genu' Ve.u. . UH K. 4 ti each. Ov coats Iroai f ta i 10 0U cacl. y , - RKUKMIIUXt Bison's Mamniof.'a Cheap Store. IV CONSTABLE'S SALE. !Var tir'.ik of an rrxrcrnoN ralntrt v.nsMvr It Winr, i. sn'd on the l,ik,i.T J...rv INriT. I.r II. (L Lao. J. V. ! Abcib'y euaiy on juoeioent raooruo.i b-f'-.re .air, V'. on tl.e e'b ony of J Miunrv A. ll. Iei7 b- Ttnmi- V-ll. rnl i. f ha r leri-d on 0.is U. narard Lake Ki " drw r4 Jobs and ' ' f l-t wic" V, and ee.t-n I il. i' I will n il ld Uairr I M rb. near ' e ' f Tni- a Eri. t pnhlie ,-ii...rm 'l earvliT. t-e Hih day "I Jenaarr .A. 1- 1" i . .J lu s.m u 11 . . JulIN H.l h Al'l. , os ' TVT.ntT r.Tl:Hl?!e lr fr lev t n'? 8T"H 'Cut B OTjl" I 11 IS T t 'X 9 ' Ttu retnoT-d t JtO. 23 MAIS 8T2EET.' Iwa lm twl " ' AI K. HeKEl)T.Aasttant, t. i CLOSING OUT SALE. SALE. J" ' -t OUT OUR l.MMK.NtJB BTOCK OF t,y7 -t .A AND HATS, NOTIONS,, ETC., ICICh ETC., within thirty days, woicli wa are dctar- .-,...,,-.-,. .... . . SACIIIFIC JZl WILL BE 0''JJKJJI COURT SQUARE. 114 COMPANY. COMPANY, t-l,ooo,ooo I . ! Statement, Dec. 31, 1S66. 13,814, fit . : vo.m IK) -t!7,12H IK) , I ' t S1.783,Ui9 82 y.jH0,li) 03 " ..r.. ..... 11.7N2 7j , 8i7,4'. 2.r . )a 00 100 each.) . . , i j ; , . , LOCALITIES. FAIR RATES DEMANDED, . Agent for Momphis and vicinity. I DRY COODS. gOUTHERN PALACE, 532 MAIN STREET. . TIQWELL, WOOD, & CO. ' ! PRICES REDUCED. : ' ", : Our elegant stook of Dress Silks now oflored , . ,(1'ATA REDUCTIOil. . gOUTHEKN PALACE. &31 MAIN STREET. ' I , HOWELL, WOOD ft CO., , ' PRICES REDUCED. .J. ' ' ' IRISH" POPLINS. EMPRESS CLOTHS. AND DRESS GOODS ' ! a Now offered , ,v J j.. t , AT A REDUCTION." 1 gOUTIIEltN PALACE, J .,'., ; ta MAIN STREET. ' -EMBROIDERIES, LACES, . LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS, ; 1 ,. Now offered AT A REDUCTION. ' gOUTIIERN PALACE, J.', U MAIN STREET.; V ' ; EOWiILL, WOOD ft CO. TRICES REDUCED. ' . MANY JOB LOTS. SHORT PATTERNS AND REMNANTS, CHEAP. WINTER GOODS AT A REDUCTION. 1120 BOOKS and STATIONERY 197 if A I W STUEET WIBBTEH BLOCK. Z. HITCHELL, Dealer la w, c - ir n as r. -v - MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS , , . . A Fall rtack of . ' Bihloa. IlToa Bi'oks, 1'rayer Books ; TtrtaicocU, JaTeail Books. ' Xonim MaaooU Hooka, and Diyloo.. i 4 LL CV ill( U r. r. vr r r p.r... a . . ... 'A U-.ert Jaartrf Tri-e. Call mui ''' SALE. J J ...... MEPicAt : Something New Under the Sun. A'Jlcw Era in Medicine. r KT THE KUFFl!llIN(J AND DlSiASKU Xj lead the folluniusi i. . Let all who hare beaa tva un by rtadors, anil .pukea of aa inourable, read the folloi'tnx: at all be can betleva faets, aad can hav Imb lo oviiiouoe, read the followmsi A'vw all Mm Iiii tlttn VatctiK, That on this tha Iwantietu day ot Juaa, in tlie year l' our J.ord one ttoUH.nd eiuhl bumlred and ixty-aix, erw nully Ciiine Jooeph llayuock Ui aie, known as aucb. aud buins duly .WLrn. dopiNwd a, fol lows I Tliat ha i. th. aula funeral ent tor Iba United b'tale and iniietidoueieH i.liervol', for pre- fnrationi or medloinos known ai M AHUIKI.'rt ll.I.Haud bAl.VH, end that the follow inir certificates aro verbatum eopioa Ul lbs boat ol hhl knowladic. and belie.!. I L. b.J JAM lit) till K 1 1' It K, Notary Public, Wall btrael, Naw Vork. IiR.MtaniRt. i I take my pen to wrlto oi my great relief, and that the awlul pain ia my sine hits lull meal lt-thatikiLjyouruiodirlnn. Ub, doctor, how tbanklul 1 am thu 1 nan gvt some sloop. I ean never write it enouuli.i 1 thauk you again and again, and am sure you aro really tba friend ol alt uUorurs. I cuuld not help writing to )uu, and hoi ynn will not luke itamiM. ,. JAMES U VKHS, June 1, lf '6. llOAveuueO. ThU U to oerti( that I was dlsehargcd from tha aruiy with t brouio liinrrhaua, aud have been oumd he Dr. ilagviors Pills. WILSON HARVEY, New Tork, April T, lato. '21 Pitt bireot. Th following is an Interesting esse of a man employed iu an Iron Foundry, wbo, iu pouring melted Iron into a Hank that was damp and wet cuuned an explosion. 'Iba melted Ima was thrown around and on him In a Perloct ihur. and be was burnt dreadlully. The following certificate waa given to m by hiui about eight wecs alter ui aocmeni : , Asw V og, Jan. 11, IMS. Mr nam Is Jacob 11 nrdv I 1 am an iron iv.nn. deri I was badiy ournt by bot iron in November last! my burns healed but I bad a running mire mi my leg that would not boa.. I tried MiistrieTa bulve, aud it cured me ia a few weeks. This is all true, and any body ean now see me st Jack son's Iron Works, Second-Avenue. .I.HARDY.' WHAT THE PATIENTS SAV OF Dr. Magglel's Pills and Salre! " Extracts from Various Letters.) I had no annatlte: Maeeialto Pill. tkt.... a hearty one. . . 'Your Pills are marvelous." ' ' ' ' -i ' T Bond for another hnv. an.l lrn.n t tha house." . . . t Dr.' Maggkl has cured my headaoh (hat was irouio. . .. . . i " I rave half of one of Tone nil), to tn v.v,. for oholera morbus. The dear little thing got wollinaday." ..,. .., 7 " Jty nausea of a morning ia now'curcd.'J ' f Yonr box of Mazclel's nnj n i noises in the head. I ruhheil mn,n r.r va... Solve behind my ears snd tbe noise left." ; t ' Send ma two boxes i I want m. rn- family." 7 "V " I cncloce t dollar: roar nrina I. fwr.nt. . eents, but tha inodiein to ue ia worth a dollar ' bend me Ave boxes of your pills." - " "Let me have three boxes of vonr K.ilviH. 'eturn mail." i The best Pills for headache I ever had." My liver works like an engine, thanks to your Pills." I am pleased to aitTtn nn Dr Xr.';.i that I would not bs iHu.o3i. a bix of your f'ills for surmg me of morning nauaoa for tha world." ' Yon will find enclnaad nn. rlnlUr v.i. Pilltf ar nnl ...1. 1..., T .1 . ..... . v . j v . . ... , im. A vvusiuur uiew worth to me one dollar." Dxsa Doctor: Mytonrunhad. fni nn M every morning like the hock of a cat. Your loos ii away. "I teok half a nill and crushed It to powdert and gave it in Jelly to my little babe for cliolora morbus. The dour little pet was well in three hours after." I suppose it Is hardly worth while to tell you my burned foot has got well from the ure of your Salve. Knclosed find 2j cents for an other box to keep in the house." "Send me another box of Salve." " Encloed find 7! cents for two boxes of your Maggiol's Pills and one of Salve." " Tha most gentle yot loarohlng medicine I ever swallowed." I Have Over 200 Bnch Testimonials. MAGGIEL'S. PILLS AND SALVEareal most universal in their etfoctx, and a cure run bealmostalwaysguaranteed. FOH BILLIUUrf DISEASES nothing oan be mere productive ot cure than those Pills. Their almost magic in fluence is full at once ; and the usual concomi tants of this most distressing disease era re moved. These remedies are made from th purest VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS. They will not harm the most doli-a'e fomale, and can be given with good effect in prescribed docs to the youngwt babe. FOR CUTANKOUS UlS OKDEltS and all eruptions of the skin the SALVE is moat invaluable. It does not heal externally alone, but penetrates with the most lurching ellects to the very root of the evil. DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS INVARIABLY CUES TBI rOI.LOWINO DlBg.fKS: Asthma, Hondacho, ' ' -' ' ' Bowel Complaints, Indigestion, Coughs, . ' r i -j Intlueuia, , ..., Coldn, tt ". , i J lRllaaninntlun, " Chest Diseases, Inward Weukiie.s, Costivenoss, Liver t'oinplaints, Dyspoiisia, Lowiivss of Spirits, Diarrhoea, Ringworm, Dropsy, Rhouinatism, Debility, ..; , Salt Kheuin, Fever and Ague, Soalds. Skin Diseases, ', i , , Each Box Contiilns Twelve Pills. r ONB PILL IS A DOSE. - Notipr. None genuine without the en graved trade mark around each pot or box signed by DOCTOR J. M AHUIEL. Now Yorg to counterfeit which is felony, - n. Hold by all- respectable Dealers ill Med icines throughout tbe United Slates and Cans da., nt Ifr) cents per box or pot. 4-MQ Official Drawings cf the Missouri Stat Lottery. CLASS No. 1J1- Dbawx Jan. 11. 1867. M. 2. 43, 17, 38, 18. 88, 58, 45, 65. 52, 53, 72. CLASS F Draw Jan. 14, 1867. C. 45, 39, 17, 33, 23, 73, 13, 41, 63, 74, 25. NO. GIFT ENTERPRISE! - Or nny other Swindle! EISSOURI AND KENTUCKY STATE AND HAVANA L0TTEBIE8. ONLY LEGAL LOTTERIES IN U. S. rpnKY ARE DRAWN UNDER STATE 1 Charters; have been drawn for over FO It'll Bonds'must be and are deposited with U. S. rV.ll..,.nr am Kfwiiritv. Tbe priros are drawn In public by two sworn Corriiil.siiiners appointed by the State. jjust be drawn if tickets are fold or not. PBKKS ALL CVWIIT There are two Mai. tirainnga eacn uay, as'j two Havana Drawings each month. Tirawiun can bo oeu two hours after pur chase of Tickets, Une-Oail to. ik'hch ai c j ri.c. I'rires paid on day of purchnjie, ?iekets $1 to 20, acoording to Scheme. ri7.es 1 to lmi.tssl, accordinir to Scheme. Principal Agent. UEO. W. VAN VOAS'T. No. 20 Jellcrson street, Kul Agencios at No. 72 JeflersoB. corner Third street! No. lit Pnflnr trect, room Ne. : No. jHIHayo.o straet. xj STEAMBOAT. MADISON rpilE LIGHT-DRAUGHT jrT"S X sieainboat Madison having a-anaa.'k. lately been refnrni.lied in good style, i.ud in complete running aider, is oCcred lot: salt. , . A. . Good Um-trniii ean be had. She L'now Ivir.g at the wli.irf. Apply lo L. IIOW'KS A- i. 117 -i4 Fninl Ml.-et. TRISTEE'a SALE OF U. BY VIRTUB OK A TRUST DEED, i:XE rutd te aae by Samuel K. llammo ..I, a ih. ititb day ol .November, 1ni.-, to ae"wje fho pavment of certain note therein d'r ild. payable to Thos. M. W.r.t iwhi.h sai-ITrnst Deed was duly rrgi-ieredin fhc Regn-ter'- "friee of hbrlhy couiily. on the Iifh .Mnr. h, iNi.. in Book :n. part l.t. page. 47.1 and i-' I will, S Tru-tre. nn fr mviHviiHi il'i 1'. '", Hrr, nl ,V. 17 Mi'li"n Urrrt, ari..;ii. .at the hor of twelve II ' o'elnck. aetl to th. b:,ihr-t bidder '"TOM. T'r-m Jfmlml nod Un., (iMl) Acre M fan!, eirht mile, north of .Mcin:iii,, on B.s Creek I'lnuk Ko. i. bring the M-tr Lmd rnnveyed in aoid Trut led. and ful r dc arnhrd by aaaetee and bound therein. - to who h pefrrenee i. hi--e aiade f-r dea-rii-'i -n. krfoiiy af red-rnpiioa exiiresvly wai.ed ! the Tm-t led. Tnle believrd it be g--. tat I .' 'lironvey only tro-t-e. UJ ,M- ). L. STEWART. Tra.tre.