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PUBLIC DIRECTORY. INSURANCE. A DVKRTItfKMKNTSARKINSKRTBDIil ihi. Column at 7. cent a per tnontn. 1 HK111H 1'K 1 KKSON. COAL bkALKRS, 1 J nlhre 13 Madison street. u , IUHkK.JOHN K.i CITY 1NKPKCTOR, ; 1 hi,. Adaiiui , i on hlufl'. liAtwuati W&jihinvUia Lnrl street! . . . '73 ' j l A til lr l 1'KL' i. A V lit U ll.lU 11T11U. i ney-al-Law. Seldeu ilulldiul, l&Aladison treat. Memphis. Tenn. M "OM M KKCIA L HOTF.L. 11(1 R. FRONT Jeflorsnn. WbeolerA llrywm. prn'i. 4.1 . lili'liHiuiK. J. W. . A 11HO- COTTON II Factors. 210 Front street, lii TAyiMN F . FANCY DYKR AND HOOVR r r. Clothing mails to order, 1W Jficronst llWIIKk 1MI4 A CO.. MAKBLK AM) X1 St. mo Works, cor. 2d and Adams all. Si 1' LaNNKHY. JOSEPH. PRACTICAL 1 F lumber, U as and Steam Pipo Filter, Second streoL eor. ol J enemon. - w- lyi.H KMIKK. WILLIS Jt SLOAN. AK01I1 1' teel. Room No, . . - - - i. .- t. -. twin. Kootn nil. V, over wenoio During! IiKtitute, No. 20 Madison street. VaYOKO BAVINUS INSTITUTION. IT rUnklna House. 1 Madison street. K. M. Avery. Cashier. John 0. Lanier. ProaH. 4'J UNT THOMAS II. CO., PREMIUM hilk A Woolen Oven, 2i Secwmd. 80 1 N-ilTUivru I.IMIKKY A VHKUKn 1 BURtlll. Agents. 11 Madison Street. 3al I ILLY UROa.PKALERSINU-KOUKRIKS J J anil Lmuors. Ii Alain surer. MUSIC. PIANOS, CABINET 0K0AN8, Musical Instruments and Musieal Mer ehandise. at K. Katienlmch's. 317 Main at. 40 1ACKER, II. U., DEALER IN PITTS- 1 biirgooal. No.JtH M4u et.. 1AINT STORK, PAINTERS' MATERI 1 all. McDonald Jr C"lo. 44 Monroe at. 60 sACKER, II. U., DEALER IS PITTS Tsl'SSELL, GROVE A CO.. iiiviiho pi. a. na Mill. 21 J Aduiui Itreet. east of the Ii. mn Haven. rjlO HACC0 AND C10AR8-A I.ARUE AND I a.ii.irinr .lock at Thurmond. Poster A Co.'fl. Tobacooniita. Mi Kao'.nd atreet. lid fpRUDKAl', F.X., DEALER IN WATCHES 'X Jewelry, etc, 1 Madiaon stroet. as H1TM0RK BROTHERS. bTKAM JOB 1.1 Madison street, 1TILLIAMS, J. 8. at CO., COTTON FAC- tors and Comiiiiaaion Merohanu, 304 Front rect. 40 WATCHES. J. niCKLING & COS ; Groat Sale, of Watclio. AN TUB POPULAR ONB PRICK PLAN, J giving every paixon a naousome aan Tuna ble watch for the lnw price of Ten Dollar! Without rottnrd to value, and not to be paid for unlean tierfectly satinlaotory 1 - NIG Solid Oold Huntin Watchf...$2"0 to $7S0 6HOMauio Cased Gold Wntvhea 2110 to WW M Lailita' Watohea. enamelled... 100 to WO 1 (mo (nlil Hunting Chronometer Watcher - 2Mto 300 l.OOfl Hold Hunting Knirlisn Levcra- i to r-xi 3,HKKliiW lluntinn Duplex Watchos VOto 2il 6,iMK)0old II untin American do 100 to .260 ' 5,0110 Silver J-Iuntin Levera...- 4 M)to IN) 6,1.00 Silvor Iluntinir Duplesea 75to Tl B,0iiO(old Ladies' Watchea 7 Wto 2f0 0 OOOdold Hunting Lepiue..,.... ftoto 7S 10,000 Miacollaneoua Silver Watchea .Wto 100 250IO Hunting Silver Wetehea 25to 50 30.000 Aaaorled Watchea, all kinds... 10 tg 75 Pvn- nation ohtaina a Wntch bv thia ar rangeaient. cost ng but $10, while it may be t.S""Jl Va naptidlllV ihnffn. ' Mecara. J. HiokMne i Coa Great American Watch Co., New York City, wiih to iinmedi atelrdiapoae of Hie above magnificent atock. Certifloatea, nimjing articlcaj are placed In aealed envelopes, Holders are entitled to the articlo named on their ertifietei, npon pay n,nt ,,f q'en Dollara. whether it be a Watch worth $700 or one worth less. The reUirn of any of our certificates entitles yon to the article named thereon, upon payment, irrepectivo of Its worth, and as no article vajucu io?e man $10 is named on any certificate, it will nt onco he soon that this ia no lottery, but a straight forward legitimate traduction, which may be participated in even by the most fastidious 1 A tingle certificate wilt be sent by mail, post paid, upon receipt of 25 cent, five for $1, eleven for $2, thirty-three and an elegant premium for $'), sixty-six and more valuable premium for $10, one hundred and moat superb. Watch for $15. To ngnntaor those wishing einplny mont, this is a rare opportunity. It is a legiti mately oondiutcd hu-inesa, duly authonr.ed by tho Government, and open to the most careful mutiny. Tar Ib1kickunoaco H9 Broadway, near P. 0., . 40 '- Ciy of Nfl York. ' TRUSTEE'S SALE. 1)Y VIRTUE OF A DEED OF TRUST EX 1 ecuted to me on the ith day of June, lMt), by W. O. LnHand, and duly registered in the f Shelby county. Tennessco. in Record Book No. 50, Part 1st, Pnges 609, 610 end fill, to which reference ia heroby made for the purpose ot paying too aeot taerein ecured I will on - .Wednesday, April 21th, 1S67, In front of the Court House, in the city of Memphis, proceed 10 sen 10 inw dikhvsv umuur, y(i oisil, the following described property, to wit! A certain lot of land, lying and being ra the county of Shelby and State df Tennessee, being lot No. 379 aa laid down on the plnn and map of Memphis. Beginning at the intersec tion of the south side of Exchange atreet with the west side of Third, runninir thence south ward with the west side of Third street one juodred and forty-oight and a half feet to the intersection of the west aide of tho alley, be tween Poplar and Exchange streets: thence westward with the north side of said alley, and parallel with Exchange stroet, eighty-eight and abalffoet; thenco northward and parallel with Third itreet, one hundred- and lorty eight and a half foet to the south side of Exchango'stroet: thenco eastward with the south side of Exchange street, eighty-eight and a half feet to the beginning, being the aggregate or entire lot, or parcel of ground conveved to W 0- Loflnnd by II. Walker, Jacob Walker and Win. Walker, by Doed, dated 2.''1 Juno, Intl. together with all improvements thereon, and appurtenance thereunto bohmging 'The '. equity of redemption in and to this property In expressly waived in said Trust Deed, and the title is believed to be good, but I sell and oonvey only aa Trustee, gale to be made within lawful boure. ,, SAM. II. COWARD. Trustee. SALE. UNDER AND BY O virtue of an execution to mo issued by the U Ceurt of rhelby county, I will, on the 12th day of April, A. D- 1H67, between the houra of : lo o'clock a.m. and 4 o'clock a.m., Jor cash, at the front door of the Courthouse at Memphis, seil tho following described real estato. to-wit: A lot o. parcel ? ground lying and being in the city of Memphis, couuiy of Shelbr and State of Tennessee, the same being lot No 370 aa laid down on the plan of the city of Metu iihW. and beginning at the intersection of the son lb side of Exchange atreet with the wist sidu of Third atreet, running thenco south wardly with tho westsido of Third street i4 feet, to the intersection of aaid street with the alley between Poplar and Exchange streets; thenco westwardly with the north aide of snid alley and parallel with Exchange street 8H'4 feet to the south side of Kiehange street; thence eastwardly witn -the south side of Ex change atreet Mf-i feet, to the beginning being levied on aa thy pr.erty of William O.Lotland. on the Wd i f March. A. D. 17. under the said 1 reedcrcd in the tnid Cnurt on the 11th day of July A. D. 1"M. in lavor of Lyman t'oeikand agairiotaaid William Loflaud, fur tho sum execution. nu i rr ' . T if.l j . .toSetnrw.I."-i.Vl- -01 run. , . j.h(,rifr of gbelby tountr. 3. T. tkro91D.R 18-So 1 eriitrd b '. t aiTieUr sie. a Trustee, A .ZlZ.l, 1. of January. A. D. J61. f..r tb. .eefi the hours f J! a.ia. ar.J 12 m., ei pose in rale to U bigflnl oiQoei-, i r vmiu premises. h tiiHowiiig iTperty:. A eertain pafrei f LA 51) in John Ov.fum'a aiWiUoa lo theeitv.f Meiaitit.. rnoiin.d in three lots, v . Jui .m.i ..! 3i J ii.ir.i4w frontir.1 o Clay .HI.iict, rim .n. .a Tnutee. Right of rerl-mpfw waive.. JAS. I. LAWKKNCh.. . March P. 1W. ; !- ! Iniste XilK WtLlvLI PASOLl bTAl!," Ia i uHi:hc4 every Satur Jay, l . tasola. mi;s.." ; n v. i- h. -WAiiti ; & ,"cx . A 'm-' lo 1i trfrt wk ii. ir t- -"nre the trvt.of .V!h V.twmi -u. '''h n Jh. e-Mintryln .V'hl Hh H I Hi"- I. nut re''.l It .i.T ih -rt -1; g le d uin. sad i L, i. a rC w.ll rt't re BOT-r- il .;i.in'" n,"-n. Twe riiu.y rrrv'." a-ne and d-Krt rtu- .,,t,i ,l il. id.,:'") uw-itvtim traB-in-a "f Na-.rs wtti ' rir.twu.ji of r..ootry that tr.iin wim J'-w r Andre?.. th.remspeciOed la U, V. TonneU. recorded in (he Ro:iier'a 4ia if tlbr eounl v. ennee na in l."k 47. ). ; f; i. riVKMil v. iha lth 4s of April. 17, .a . 1 A in r rai.R rr . line of Sixth street InV.-t. Jl twltig trre nmm pmeerty conveyed t Wm arnahr Jhn Overton, on the 2ith day ol May.'- IK'S. Tt. B Jj JJL U Ilr lVblimore Brothers. LA11GEMT CITY CIRCULATIOX. Ten Cent Per IVeek. VOL. IV. MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 2. 1867. NO. 2G." PUBLIC LEDGER rniLiaiiiB GVKRY AFTERNOON. KXCEPT SUNDAY, WHITMORE BROTHERS, -AT 13 Madiaon Btreat. NO The Puil.to Lidoie 1, lerred to City Sub scrfhera by faithful carriers at TEN CENTS par week, payable weekly to tne carrier. By mail, SIX DOLLARS per annum Vitlv f'tiiiti tier tuftnth. in advanae. (nmmuiiii.ittiima unon autiiecta of general la tereat to the public are at all time, acceptable. Rejected uiauusoripta will hot be returned. RATES OF ADVERTISING. First Insertion ,...-10 eentf per line Subsequent laaertioDi... 0 For Oh. Week..;- . SO " " ForTwoWeeka ...........m...."! " " For Three Weeka W " " For One Month 75 " Each mbsequent mouth -.-00 ni.r.lnTf.l ailvartlaemenU will be charged ao- eording to the srica oecupied, at above rates there being twelve line of aoltd type to the Inch. Notice In loeal column jnaerted for twenty ejtnfa nar HtiA fur Aflu-h insnrtlnn. Special Notice inserted for-ten oentj per lint tr each Insertion. To regular advertlaer, we oner iupertor in. ducetnenta, both aa to rate of charges ami man. ner ol displaying theur lavora. All SLdv.rtisriinenta should be marked th simcifia length ot time thev are to be PUOIiaoeu. If not ao marked, they will be inserted fur one month, and charged accordingly. . Notice of Marriages and Death will be In sorted in the PvBLie Lrdoki as items of newi But anything beyond the nine announcement will be charged for at the rate cf 20 cenuli.er line. Advertisements published at Intervals will be charged ten cent per line tnr eacn insertion All bills lor ailvertising are uue wood con. traded and payable on demand. aarAll I eit era. whether uuon bnainea or otherwue, must be addressed to Yl ill 1 lYlOKH HBOlUilia, Pnhlj.hers and Proprietors, LOYALTY OF THE NEGROES Soma Trutha Worth Considering In a BDeech delivered in a town Connecticut a few evan intra neo Gen. P. P. Blair, jr., alluded as follows to the declaration by the Radical", that the tie. t roes were the only loyal men in tha Sooth: The nearoes had no idea of loyally to any government the only idea they nnd was of loyalty and affection for thoir old masters, and they acted on that through. out the war. remaining; witn them and eiviue their labor to them. Was that loyally? Ah, but say the Radicals, the neurons were coerced to do these things. They are Quite willing to admit this plea in the case of the negroes, but scout it in the case ot the white union ists. Cheers. The Abolitionists had proclaimed, up to the breaking out of the war, that it would be a signal for a gene ral unrisine of the nesroes, and we all shuddered at the thought of the blood of innocent women and children that might e shed. When we were proclaiming the freedom and declaring that we were fighting for their freedom, it was quite natural that they should rise, and per hups, guided by ignorance and brutish instincts, tall upon (he women and chil dren of the combatants in the field. But there is not a single such instance re corded. On the contrary, the negroes protected the families of their old mas terR, and supplied them with food; and I certainly do not say this in derogation of the negroes. Un the other hand, Jen. Davis, you remember, complained of the desertion of . white soldiers from the ranks. Men who bad been forced into the ranks took the first opportunity to abandon the cause to which-their hearts never were given. But the negroes, who, we are told, were the only loyal persons during the war, were making fund for the support of rebel armies, were building parapets upon which the lives of thousands and thousands of Union soldiers were destroyed ; they built the parapets which held our armies at bay at Richmond, at Atlanta, at Vicksburg,and everywhere were giv ing aid to the rebels. JNot only did we give them liberty, but we offered them wages and bounties which appeared magnificent in their eyes, and yet bow manv of them volunteered ? Out of the five millions of negroes South, and all through the country, there had been, at the end of the war, only one hundred and fifty .thousand negro soldiers on our lists. And I will tell you how these were recruited, for I saw that thing my self. Laughter and applause. I saw it done- One of cur vast armies would make a raid into the enemy's country, and drive back the Confederate forces for two or three hundred miles. Fol lowing. behind our army, were gentle men bearing commissions for aegro regiments colonels, lieutenant colo nels, lieutenants, who wanted very much to put on shoulder straps. They would walk up to the negro left behind the retreating Confederates and say : Come here Sam, or John or Ctesar. I want vou tojoin my regiment. I do wan' join nobody's regiment, Mass'r." "I don't care whether you want tojoin or nol, you've got tojoin ;" and that is the way they were reoruited. Laughter. Besides when they came to our lines it became absolutely necessary that they should join as whether any recruiting officer went to them in this manner or not. (When our armies look possession of the1 enemy's country, it brought with in our lines large numbers of these negroes: Our soldiers took all there was to eat in the region aroond about, and the negroes had nothiag .to live npon. 0$ the other hand, they were offered food, clothing, wages and boun ties,, as I have said, that seemed mag nificent in their eyes. And besides this, they were told that tbey would bave an easy time ; they would not . be expected to do the righting, but rather to garri son, and bold the forts and places taken ; and I can tell yon that prom isa was . kept Now, is it not marvelous . considering all this, that only one hundred and fifty thousand negroes were recruited to our ranks? I that an evidence of extraordinary loy alty ? I repeat that the only idea of loyally they had was of loyalty to their old master. So that these two pretexts for this lat t neasure of Congre first, that the prat mass of the Southern peo pie were dislnjal, and second, that the nrgroos ware the only loyal people in ibe South are both -transparent humbur.s, nworthy of belief not beliared by them selves i do not apesik ia any spirit of unkindnea of the negroes. . I believe I . i j - .i i . i i i am inrapa:)! ol ooiog mat, out i biu i!y admit thai I do ajow and always have preterrrd uf own rac to the aegro ! r,.. Ari-ie.fe. It U the gr-atand i.tnstrioas ra- wl.;h aerh.i?d vry- . ti.it f icai h. . l-r.a ir.. f'-f r.v.;:tioD iimcats Urloo ef he fc.s'ary hi I tb TorlJ. 1 tbins ilnLEStursl atd moa i.,:rroS that a white w.ao then! J nol glory ' in u s own rae& 1 tank have dean c unkindly toward the negroes, and that this nation owes them a debt of justice and gratitude which it should repay them, but not at the expense of the white race. The white race must be cherished and ill purity preserved. It has been the only race that has proved itself capable, in the world'i history, of eresling and main taining constitutional and tree govern ment applause; and the black race has never maintained any kind of govern ment. There ia no evidence throughout the whole of Africa that there was ever any kind ef government there except the brutal control which is sometimes as lerted by one chief over his few naked fol lowers ; and even when tbey have been taken to other countries and been spec tators for years and generations of the work of the white man, as was the case in liavti. tbey have not been ablo to sus tain free government The French there maintained a government before theeyes of their slaves ; the slaves rose and mas sacred the white population. What be camoof the governmentthey established ? It has degenerated and degenerated to this hour, and they havo gone back to the fetish worship of thoir ancestors in Africa. Also in Jamaica, where the British Government liberated the negroes and gave them full and equal share in the government, and the right to vote and hold office, yet the other day the negroes rose and attempted to massacre the white men, but were thwarted. It is notorious that in that island they havo not im proved; yet our Radical friends wish to try the experiment upon a grand scale in our own country and have improved on the British idea ; have almost gone to the extent that the Africans in llayti themselves went The Radicals place the negroes here in a position to exter minate the whites. I hey will have all the political power if the Radical pro gramme ia carried out by the disfran chisement of the white men and the en franchisement of the negroes; and, as a matter of course, they will be instructed by the meddlesome Radicals of the North to domineer over the downtrodden whites and possibly the mass of those people, ia disgust, may be compelled to abandon their country and yield it up, and those who remain will in time be exterminated. Fat and the Deacon. A few months ago as Deacon Ingalls. of Swampscott, R. I., was traveling through the western part of the State of New York, he fell in with an Irishman, who had lately arrived in this country, and was in search of a brother who had come before him and settled in some- of the diggings in that part of the country. rat was a strong man, a true Roman Catholic, and had never seen the inte rior of a Protestant church. It was a pleasant Sunday morning that brother Ingalls met Pat who in quired the road to the nearest church. Ingalls was a pious man. lie told Pat he was going to church and invited his new made friend to keep him com pany thither, his destination being A small Methodist meeting house near by. There was a great revival there at that time, and one of the deacons, who was a very small man in stature, invited broth er Ingalls to take a seat in his pew. He accepted the invitation, followed by Pat, who looked in vain to find the altar, etc. Alter he was seated he turned round to Brother Ingalls, and in a whisper that could be heard all round, he inquired: Sure, and isn t this a heretic church? "llusb t " said Ingalls ; "if you speak a word they will put you out" Divil a word will I speak at all, re plied Pat The meeting was opened by prayer by he pastor. Pat was eyeing him very closelr. when an old gentleman, who was standing in the pew directly in front of Pat, shouted. ilist ye divil, rejoined he, with his loud whisper, which was heard by the minister, "be dacent, and don't make a blockhead of yourself." 1 he parson grew more fervent in his devotions. Presently the deacon uttered an inaudible groan. Hist, ye blackguard; have ye no da- cency at all ! said rat, at the same time giving btm a punch tu the ribs. which caused him to lose his equili brium. Xhe minister stopped, and extending his hand in a suppliant manner, said : " Brethren, we can not be disturbed in this way. Will some one put that man out I "Yes, youi 'I will 1 ,r , our riverance," sVoutod Pat, And suiting the action to the word, he cellared the deacon, and to the utter horror of the pastor, Brother Ingalls, and the whole congregation, he draggsd him up the aisle, and with a tremendous kick sent him into the vestibule of the church. Can't Vote for Brownlow. Two of the most intelligent colored uien in this place informed us a few days ago that not one-tenth part of the negro vote in Wilson county will he cast for Brownlow and the Radical ticket at the coming election. Tho reason is obvious, and is, as they informed us, because tbey place no confidence in the professions of tricndship constantly made toward them by these Jacobins. They say: You have allowed us the privilege of voting in order to re elect you to office, while the true friends of our race, and the only friends we have who are in condition to befriend us, are the very men whom you expect ns to vote against. All our pe cuniary aid. must come from the Con servatives, and where our interests is there we shall cast our votes. This is sensible reasoning, and our Conserva tive citizens should see that every colored voter appreciates it Lebanon Herald. The Soutaera Fentarchv. Nsw Yoai. March 23. The Tribune t New Orleans special says General Sher- dan s order No. 5, just Out, 'sweeping from office the rioters, Attorney-General Uerron, Mayor Monroe and Jodge Abell, nd substituting good and loyal men, thrills the Unionists with joy and their opponent with dismay. The Grand Army of the Republic, an organisation representing tivetuousand votnrs, recom mended ii. U. armoum lor Mayor, oat s declined, and the cuuice remained ita General Sheridan. The chang are thought to revive the chances of the campaign and the city saay carry the State- t&TTl Southern States, ander prs re of President Johnson, rat:6ed the amendment abolishing !avrr, repudi ated their war deb;, and indirsed th debt of the Uented Statea 1 he acts ere Bull, because Congroef declares that the Stale govern meats were sot b-aat. WS- BANKING. CITIZBNH' UNION BANK, No. 22 Madison Street, Chartered by the State ef Tennessee, with TJnnsnal Privileges. P. T. HTJOHES, President. TH0S. BARRETT, . Cashier. directors: JNO. DONOVAN, P. T. HUGHES, JNO. BULLOCK, .1. J. POWERS, E. W. WICKERSIIAM. Tin 19 BANK WILL BUY AND SELL F0R eign and Domestic Eiohange, United States Securities, State, County and City Bonds and Coupons, Meuiphia and Charleston, and Momplna aod Ohio, Memphis and Little Rock. Misaiaaippi and Tennessee Railroad Bonds and Coupons, Tennessee, Alabama, llenrgia, North and South Carolina and Souihern Bank Notes. MoDoy advanced on Cotton Bills, and Interest allowed on deposits. 13-HQ MEMPHIS CITY 1 (Baocessors to Ogden, Tobey 4 Co.,) 1G - Jefferson Street, 10 MEMPHIS, TENN. H. 11. TOHKV, President. IX. C. KIUK, Caahior. Tranetct a GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS, . Receive Deposits and Deal in Oold, Silver, dxcliangre, Government Securities and UNCUBRENT MONEY. r- Colleotions promptly attended te."V DlivKCTORSi A. J. WHITE. JAKES 0. 00SE1T. AMOS WOODRUFF, BENJAMIN HAT. 8. E. T0BE7. E. C. KIRK. 9-34 PEOPLE'S BANK OF TENNESSEE, MEMPHIS, o. 13 Madison Street. F. W. SMITH. -President. T). A. SHEPHERD. Cashier. 1-78 LUMBER ! LUMBER Largs and Well Assorted Stock of Cypress and Poplar Lumber AT Q. M. VENABLE'S SAW-MILL. ITT-To HAVK NOW ON HAND AND ARE VV ennstantlv sawing Cynras and Poplar Sills, Joints, Corner Posts, Scantling, Studding, Rafters, Bridging, Strips, 1, VA and 2-inch clear Cypress and Poplar Plank, rough Flooring and n OtlUOrwiMUIUM. UVBluiuu luuu mu, kjuvut- ing. Fencing and Fence Posts, Pickets, Lathi and Bhingles, which will be sold at lavoraDie prices te CASH purchasers. Dimension Timbers sawed to order. Orders filled on short notioe. Teams always at hand and strict attention given to the delivery of t.nmliAi-. Mills and Lumber Yard on Wolf river, Im mediately north of Bayou Uayoao, Memphis, Tennessee. 30 OKO. C. k JOS. VENABLE, Agents. OATHKIOHT'S CEJjUiitATED MOBGAX TREE AXD SADDLE, THE GREAT SOUTHERN FAVORITE. riMUS TREE. NOW SO CELEBRATED. I and so extenaively used, was originated, by iinnrovement unon the old Texas model during the war, by Captain Uathright of Morgan's command, and bia assistants, tor tne use oi that command. It was the ideal of the great Southern cavalier, for whom it was named. We havo established our factory il Louisville, and solicit orders fr.ui the Southern trade. Send your orders to the original manufacturers, and avoid Yankee imitations and impositions. Uathright A Co., manufacturers of Morgan Trees, Morgan and other Saddles, Bridles, Halters, Uirths. etc, and dealers in Saddlery Hardware. Office and wareronms No. 2iU M ain street, ono door below Louisville Hotel. Fac tory Si Seventh Itreet. Louisville, Ky. J. BiUNUKNttUKU & 0., Dealers in Eeady-Made Harness, Saddlery, SADDLES, BRIDLES. HARNESS. COL lars, llamea. Traces, Leather, Shoe Find ings, etc., ' Xo. 339 DIalu Street, MEMI'HIH, TKNNES8K1C REPAIRING NEATLY DONE. Plastering Hair for sale. Cash paid for Hide. g. B. WILSON. C. F. HORGAKO. THE KOSCIUSKO CHRONICLE. Published Weekly by S. E. WILSON & CO.; Kosciusko, Mlaslsslppi, JJELN THE OLDEST NEWSPAPER IN Central Mississippi, with an extensive circula tion, Merchant! and Buainea aao generally will Sad it a very desirable advertising me dium. SuhaTiption "0 per year. eooVov ARKANSAS GAZETTE, (Established ia 1S19J LITTLE. IIOCK. AUK, Cimlatiom Largwr than any Paper ia ir laasa. ... , . ..... Pi!v la advance - T-i-Vieekly, " . Weekly. I oo I to ,. '. Pubtuhed hr . . CTOODBTJTF A BLOCHES, 8t and City Printer. "r Jab Work at Mejacan anon, I JUiil PROFESSIONAL. DR. R. L. BUTT, O illce I No. UrO KVont Htroo Memphis, Tennessee. Resldenee, Ho. SOI Monroe St. V) DK. D, J. O'REILLY (Late of Louisville, Kentucky,) TTAVIXa DETERMINED TO LOCATE 11 permanently in this city, leaders his pro feaalonal aervloe to the cltiien of Memphis. Ones Over Jehle's store, west aide of Main atreet. No. TSi, between Madison and Court itreet. Office hours from 9 to 11 a.m. and from 3 to 6 p.m. 73 DR. C. SPIEGEL, riRADHATE OF THE BEST MEDICAL J aehooleot hurope and the I ntted b tales ana member ot tho principal medical eoietie la the those oountriea. has nracticed medicin in Memphia fur the last thirteen years, and continues to oner hia profeastonal aervicea I the publie, in the treatment of all forma of di eaae upoa the most improved European tneth ods. My vast collections of rare medicines an surgical Instrumenta, with a life-long expe. nence in their administration and use. warren me in claiming a suueriwritv over the more or dinary method of treating diseases, such a Uanoer and tninora ot every description which I cure by Constitutional treat ment exclusively, no operation per lormea oy tne gntre. Diseases or the Kye, r.hr anu mi in, uonsuinption and ximncniti Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Scrofula, Synhili Stricture. Gleet. Gravel. Piles. Drnnsv. Fistul inano: in short all Chronic lliseanes. oivin especial attention to Female Diaeaaei i every description. I am always ready at at times to ennsult with first-class Phvsicians. either by letter or in person, upon all diseasea pertaining to Medicine and Surgery. Medicine aent by expresi lo all parts of the world, when aesireu. OFFICE No. M, south aide Monroe, be twoen Alain and beoond streets, Memphis, Residence, No. 260 Union street. BE NOT DECEIVED. DEADER, IF VOU HAVE nAD THE SAD J l mislortune to contract the accursed dis ease, known aa venerial, in any form, you ean be cured ( 1 care not in what atage it may pre. aent itself, whether primary, ee-ondary or ter tiary), without taking one solitary grain of medicine. After ten years of close Investiga tion and practical experience. I am convinoed that internal treatment, for the purpose of ef fecting a permanent cure of avnnilitio diseaaea ia useless, and, that In a large proportion of cases, it absolutely does more harm than good While under my method of external inediea- eation, which is pleasant and agreeable to the patient, I dofy competition with any-other method known to tho medical profession, for speedy and permanent cure which 1 guarantee in all cases. In making this important fact known to tne public, 1 wun to atate mat 1 am a regular practitioner of medicine ; that I in a graduate of the Medical Department of the University of Louisville, Ky., and that my method of treating those diseases has cost yean of deep itudy and close observation. All diseaaei of the Kar and Eye treated upon tne most improvea mctnoas. OFFICE No. 33 Monroe Itreet. between Main and Second. 67 Kespecttiiny, w. ihcmikh, M. 1. JOB PRINTING,. NEAT AND ELEGANT JOB l'ltlTVTIlVO -AT- 1 O XV PKICEH' JAHDS, CARDS. CARDS, CAHDS. CARDS. CARDS, CARDS, CARDS, CARDS. CARDS, S6 AND $6 50 PER 1000. BILLHEADS, BILLHEADS. BILLHEAD:.. BILLHEADS, BILLHEADS, BILLHEADS, BILL1IKADSX 131 1,1.11 KADS, BILLHEADS, il LLli KADS, $15 00 PER REAM. 'IIK.TLARS, L'lKIM LAKfl, CIRCULARS. CIRCULARS, CIRCULARS, CIRCULARS. CIRCULARS. CIRCULARS. CIRCULARS, CIRCULARS. $10 TO $15 PER REAM. IBILLS LADING' BILLS LA 1)1 Mi. BILLS LADING. BILLS LADING. BILLS LADING, BILLS LADING, BILLS LADING. BILLS LADING. BILLS LADING. BILLS LADING. $14 00 PER REAM. POSTERS, r vo ' rv i v POSTERS. POSTERS. POSTERS. POSTERS. POSTERS. POSTERS. POSTERS. POSIKRS Lower Than All Others. PROGRAMMES PROGRAMMES, PROGRAMMES, . PROGRAMMES. PROGRAMMES, PROGRAMMES. PROGRAMMES. PROGRAMMES. PROGRAM MES. PROGRAMMES. And everything ia our line, promptly aad neatly printed ea reasonable tanua, at th PrilUC. LEDGER OFFICE, firing ia year erdera to the eld ttaad. NO. IS MADISON STREET, There tbey will reeeive our froapt r-araeaal . - auemioa. - ' wHTTVOtilt TmoTUTHS. AGK.XTS lVAMEIs. CPMTTHr"iJNIw,KKVER EFP0REIN O IriJac I icto Arr'iAa. S.o4 7i ..rita f r aatrt le. Kaqihpm 1-Ute worg. I'll weekly eaa tx eUared. Addre. bvataera 1'ab.i-h.t Ageaej, Lvuisvlti. . 11 II 11 II Mi X iL u;o COMMISSION. T. U BKARD. a. V. CATCK. I. H.. WORD, BEARD, CAYCE & WORD, REAL ESTATE BROKERS -AND- COMMISSION MERCHANTS COB. C0DRT AND THIRD STS., R(fi tr Building. 72 roans BxoTHKai, Cincinnati. rosTka, comlamd co Sew York. FOSTER, GWYN & CO, WHOLESALE JKOCEItS AND " COTTON FACTORS Agent for th sale of th Mayaville, Ky., Cotton Tarns and Cordage, 30C FRONT STREET. 300 (Mosby Block), ?IciuiiIh. - - - Xoiin "1ASH ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGN yj meets to Foster Brothers, Cincinnati, or Foster, Copeland A Co., New Vork 13-.H 11. X. ANDKHON Late of Andcrion, Talley k Co., COTTON FACTOR COMMISSION MEUCITAIVT 233 Main Stroet, " MEMPHIS. TENrW. IV O T I C 13 40 WE nAVE THIS DAY PURCHASED OF Mr. W. Y. CI'tODE his entire interest in the house of TOOF, PHILLIPS A CIRODK, and aa.ume all liabilities of said firm. The business will beoonducted in future by JOHN S. TOOF.CHAS. J. PHILLIPS and FRANK M. MAIMS, under the firm tyle of TOOF JOHN 8. TOOP. CHAS. J. PHILLIPS ,. . FRNK M. MAI1AN, Memphis, March 1, 1667. Having this day sold my entire interest in the nouse ot Toot, I'niiiip. a Cirode to my former riarmers, Messrs. Jotin o. root. Unas. J. Phil ins and Frank M. Mahan. I would resnectriilh keg a continuance of the many favors to the new nnn so liberally extended by the custom era oi tne old. W . k. CiKODE. Memphis, March 1, 1967. CARD : WE nAVE SECURED TnE VALUABLE eervires of Maj. J. J. BUSBY, formerly oi rine uiun, atk., ana nil numerous lnenda will hereafter find him connected with nnr e- tablishment, where he will be r I cased to see mem wnen visiting tne city, liis undivided attention will be devoted to the interest of the patrons of the house, and his planting and mercantile friends in Arkansas and elsewhere are eordially invited to favor him with at least a snare ol their business. TOOF, PHILLIPS 4 CO J. 8. TOOF. C. 1. rHILLIPS. F. M. MABAK. TOOP, PHILLIPS & CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS, Tio. 366 Frout Street, Corner of Court, 31 13 91 F II I 8 i A full and oomplete assortment of GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Plantation Supplies, Wlnea, Liquors and Cigars', Alwayi on hand and for sale at LOWEST MARKET RATES BPKCIAL ATTENTION ' Paid to the Storage and Sale of Cotton. TOOF. PHILLIPS k CO., Vfl Front street, comer of Court. B, W. DAVIS. L. at. BAUOU, DAVIS 4 BAUGII, Grocers, Cotton Factors ' AND General Commission Merchants, No. S Adams Street, TVf KMTMTTS. TKNN. FlUMTLRE AND BEDDING G. F. J U NKERM ANN'S. No. 34 Main Etreet, Near th Memphi k Ohio Railroad Depot, MKMrillH, TKNN, BEING CONNECTED WITH SEVERAL wholesale establishments in the Nor'h. I enabled t aell furniture at little abore locinnati rates. Maitrcsea of ail kind, nade i. order. Levee Mattre-.e. constantly on hand. umitur. rei'.ireti. i phiilstenna and Krnn- atine done with neatne. and diM-et.-h. I V3 DMI.MSTKAThlX NOTK K.-NoTIl I le her by riven that the undervignea has teen apr'.ttited Admitiittra-rix of the estate of A. rt numore. late oi .h-lr,y ennty, de ed -ti the li h day of Mart-rt, lr. I.y the bUBtV i"Mirt of hh, ihv e.uhfr. Th,M wn are iii,i-b'ed to the e!te :I1 call iTnaie.liate'y e seme, and th".. wb.i have eiaiuas atain ae eMate will rre.ent them, aa rvaBurtd Lv law, or the MT. will be ba-reL MAHl J. v, nil V 'HE, AJma MerrrV... TMin.Marrri UJ'j. n )RIS i T'.'l R J- B";RlvilN.J ID Tuh- H 1.LIC Lain, P.. wiier the pne are i;f,.nn at-A low. aaawkera yoaimti, e - I V1 i-.-LB.ltoe. tvH I h r PI bLIC Lhi KR. 1 1 waib the (HI. U't-T aj; iiuJ ia U U4 ol Ieaaaam. ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY, HARTFORD, CONN' lNCOItIOIlA.TICl 1M1. ASSETS. JULY 1. lsftl. Cash on hand, In b'kand with ag'ts $ lit uniteu htalos mock 812.1:77 & Real Kutato, unin. umbered ... Mule Stocks New York Bank Mocka , ilartfurd Bank Stocka liscellaneoua Rank Stocks Railroad Stocka, eto ......... Mortgage Bonds, City, County and Railroad - WI,.-iH 05 4f7.ti-.iil III TM.W) () Z7II.HI0 INI Iln.iMI Oil 273.M 6(1 1.011.136 00 Total.. - .....$4,075.SJ0 45 LIABILITIES. Lease nnadjuited and not duo. .....I Net .I.KVl.VH au Income for last year net 2,W.t,;i ''l'.'-l A daily inooiu.of say V;. IIJ Losses and expenses . . 2.Ml.:"i4 IK) Tax paid, Uovernment and State... I7.17!1 Total Lowe paid in 17 yeari...-.-19,U.T 410 ui By Fire - - J7.HI.1.nun ' Inland l.M,lt07 Lou by Portland Fir. J uly Uh. TUB total amount oovered by the jKtna Poll ciel on property destroyed or damaaed il M,H.A, on which salvage will be about five riercent. Our total loss will not vary much roui ijml.Oou, and waa promptly ailjustod and paid. This sum Is five per eont. upon the Com pany' assets, a figure but slightly exceeding our Uovernment and State tales paid last year, or a proportion eiual to a I5,uuu loaa for a com pany of $1IXI.I'I0 assets. The necessity for insurance and tha value nt wealthy, strong corporations ia forcibly il lustrated by this fire. Several weak insurance companies are destroyed. Portland has a population of 3ooU waa handsomely built, mostly fine brick or atone atructures protected and screened with upward of 3,000 shade trees bounded on three aide by water indeed, literally, almost rising from the ocean nnd with a steam fire department yet it haa $1'), 01X1,000 of property consumed In a few hours npon a holiday when ita people are lca.t occu piedfrom the very insignilieant cause of a contemptible firecracker. Remember the trilling origin of fires that sweep away in a few hours the earnings o' years. Consider your boat interest and give the Atna Agent a call if'you need proper insur ance security. Pay a fair rate of premium for a good and genuino article, and with these lights and experiences before you, prooure your frisurance with shrewd judgment. Applications lor insurance promptly auenueu toby lt. A, LlXXLr. lUii UH., Ag ta. Ill-Ho No. Madison street. CUMBERLAND VALLEY FIRS AND MARINE Insurance Company, -OF- TEN IV. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL: Fire Hundred Thousand Dollars THIS COMPANY IS PREPARED TO TS lue Polioies on as Tavorable teruu aa any Eastern company. N. B. PEARCB, President. S. L. TRIPPE, Secretary. GEO. H. LENOIR, Gen. Ag't. jas. a.. svFaiis", A-gr't, OFFICE: 13 Union Street, Lee Blook (up Stairs), 38 MEMPHIS, TENN. ,1 N H U It E WITH Lindsey & Vredenburgh, Agent for the following first-claw companies Home .Insurance Company, of New Yorfe Capital, $3,?)5.go:i. Security Insurance Comp'y, of New York. Capital, - $1,003,700. Enterprise Insurance Company 0Cincinnatl. Capital i i a $1,000,000. I PARTIES DESIRING INSURANCE, EI . ther Fire. Marine or Hull. "would do, well to call upon LINDSE7 & VREDENBURGH Before effecting Insurance elsewhero. No. 11 Madison Street, Vv Stniri. Womnhi.. Tenn. UE-OPENED! SPECIIT'3 CONFECTIONARY. ALL KINDS OF CONFECTION ARIES manufactured by himself ol the bet mate rials and tor sale at price to suit the times. AVKDUINC PAIITIKS supplied with everything reauisito at short no tice, a heretofore. Wiues and ChampagneM of superior vintage. A large lot of TOYS I TOYS I TIIK IADIES SAI.OOX will not be reopened for the present. 13-3 f w- . OLASSICK & CO., Haaafacturera and Dealer in OUNH -A.NO PI8TOLS, GFX 1MPJLEME.VTS, MATERIAL? AND AMMUNITION.ASD assorted Fi'hin Tackle. Orders by mail ,,rt.uilllv and faithfullv fillAd AU repairing fuiiy warranted. . 250 Main Klreet, Vader Odd Fellow' Hail. 0 MPMPHT?. TFNN. 910 from $1, or M r lnj. A BENTS (tDIE AND OENTLFMEM. Waato4 evervwhera. I a rew. bertuan.at r.d hooiTsltl. ta.ine.. F r Ij 1 p," -.' u i n--, rw, a.l.lr.., wilb stainp. i. W. .UCKH' I II (-outh M-eet. blt:mor. M l. 1 iRl'.fKtVM" 11 hi. I). VHiAVI ii f Antidute l'tronf Iiru-k ra a aare ear. lr.i.leoee. t sa be r,ietl in e-..-e or 4.tr wiihofit the knowiiir.or t Ir- l a Imi. i-ent hv r ail In aur .,J:... Ijy S C. 1 I'll AM. :--South ,. ,hta etreet. J'li.i. dUphia. 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