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OWEN, ilOOIiE & WEST, AGENTS FOR Tlllf ETNA Life Insurance Company, OF I1AKTFOHD. CONN. ( ash AsseKover $5,000,000 ! V 'I'll WOKOKOIA. Home Insurance Company, OF COLUMBUS. OA. ( li Anet 100.00O Til 13 STATE INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NA611V1LLB. TKNN. CapUul,! 00,000! V K INSURE tIFK FOLICira ON ALL AY , the imprevwi ri.ii", .'"-."r" ,,-hair the premium. No extra f"r. nno-hall tho premium. i -. of (reveling ..mI residing south at .11 i he. voir. A 'O Insure againn --- by ifA on house., merchandise, furniture, eta, "oi vic-Northwe.t corner MedUoa and Main ,trret., Mctcphi.. TcpVi. . PUBLIC LEDGER. Office. No. IB Mtdl.on Htreet LAMEST CITY CIRCULATION. MKMPlUHl Wednesday Owen'., June 12. 1867 run GOTERXOH, EMM ETDE OK WEAKLEY COUNTY. FOB CONGRESS, Hon. JOHN W. LEFTWICII. FOR STATE SENATOR, llo.i.fJOIIX W. SMITH, OF SHELBY. FOR 1IEPKESENTATIVF.S, II 011. WAV. AMiH.' Hon. W. W. OLKMAl. TO THE PEOPLE OF WEST TEUHE88EE. Hod. Emerson Etheridge, Conserva tive candidate for Governor, will address the people of West Tennessee at the fol lowing time, and places: Purdy, Saturday, Jan. 15tb. Kolivnr, Monday, June 17th. Jackson, Tuesday, June ISth. Uiimljeldt, Thursday, June 20th. Dresden, Saturday, Jnae 22d. Paper of Ui'e district ore requested to publish the ahove list of appointments. THE WAT 10 EUIS. General W. II. McCardle, of Missis sippi, publishes a letter in which he says thnt, " as no decent white man in Missis sippi, who was a citizen of the State prior to the war, can take the oath required of Southern members of Conpreis," and as no " worthless adventurer or vagabond would be acceptable to the Southern peo ple, he will vote for a black man for Connress, and will not vote for any man for the Legislature who is not pledged to vote for two colored Senators in lieu of MesBrs. Sharkey and Alcorn. Exchange. This U the way to nrin, and is so brood that nobody can mistake it. We hold that the " last ditch " of Southern self-defense has not been surrendered yet, for the struggle is not over. The South has surrendered ber arms to the con queror in the field, but a new set have continued the war. The Congress has become the invader, and has sent down an array of Brigadier Generals armed with military bills, troops, and, as the President maintains in his veto messages, with absolute power. To survive this fresh invasion is the business a disarmed, a conquered people have now to struggle for. Is there any possible way of escape 7 Can the remorseless hand that would ring the knell of the South, not be stayed? Can the spade that would scoop out its grave, not be resisted ? Must the South be buried alive without an effort to throt tie the undertaker? Poor, miserable country. It is a land W here every prospect pltwca. And only man is vile. It is the laud that the gods might love, for beauty is its crown, brightness its garment, and fertility its condition. Here, nature bus conspired to create a larger and more beautiful Eden than that which the serpent spoild. It has only to spin the lint it produces, and export that which we need not consume, to render it at once the most attractive, the most populous part of the continent. Why can it not achieve so grand a des tiny? Must it be said that ita people are ruined in fact, in fcelinc and in hope? Must it ba said that they could not sur vive the wreck of their pride and the fragments of their fortunes 7 Must it be said that they lie down on their backs and permit the juggernaut of negro philism to crush over them 7 Where is the boaxted manhood of the South? Did it expend itself in the bril liant dar.gers. dashes and victories of the war ? No. We will not countenance a calumny so clumsy ; we will not listen to an aspersion so insulting. Tho manhood of the S&uth remains. Its muscle is in tact, ila courage undaunted. What is the matter, then 7 Lethargy is the mat ter. Outrace is the matter. Plunder is tie matter. Five Brigadier Generals with innumerable lesser lights, is the matter An attempt by the ruling party at ibn North to force a war of races on the South for paty purposes, it the maltrr. Krerythirg is the matter, and lliellae of the Union Lark it all up. But ii every thing loat 7 Is tbert no gate of eiiespe li ft open 7 If, as Mr. McCardle aavs. " no dcent a hit man in Miesis sippi can take the oath," and no decent white man khi 1 tale the oath, then, we admit that there i no hwpe. IJut, whether any decent altiie toes ran take lue oath or not, they should be elected and rem to Waabinctos. If they fhall bedm'.d seats, wly, U.f-, let it b ao. The revtiti!ii!i!y ri with Oucgrfsa. Hit is it certain that, when all itae Southern Suites shall be organised in accordance with the Congressional policy and send decent whito Dien to (Jougrosi, thai oath will not be wholly rcsciuded 7 Will the Radical party, is View of the progress of the Democratic) party in the Nortb, dare to reject the Southern members who shall be "decent white men 7" If any. body thinks Congress would be shamed by the election of black members from the South,, ha has studied the Yankee charucler to little purpose. They would be received with cheers by both houses and a lobby of twenty thousand roughs. No, the South could not please Congress better. We trust that few men besides Mr. MtCardlo cutcrtaia sentiment sim ilar to thoso embraced in the extract we have quoted. We have only to urge what we have often suggested that in every case in which power can be retained in the hands of the whites of tho South, it should be clutched and held with all the desperate tenacity" of a drowning man. Any other course will be ruinous. MEXICO. The news from Mexico is exciting, and excludes from our columns to-day our usual variety. It appears from the ad dress of Maximilian that bo has no hopo of saving his life. He is very severe, and we think justly, on Napoleon. After placing the Austrian on a Mexican throne, to abandon him, was foul treach ery. Maximilian was betrayed. Gen. Lopez is the traitor, lie, adhering to tlin caii so of tbo Emperor, for threa thousand ounces of gold, let the Liberals inin theritv. How he will be regarded by the civilized world, is yet an open ouestion. Generally, treachery is re warded with the general scorn of man kind. ro?- The Louisville Courier says : Tim Tennessee Senators who lately con cluded the farce of a trial and the out- rai'A nf imneaching Judge grazier, it appears, charged the State for eighty-six days' service when they only served thirty. The remaining Cfty-six, it is presumed, were spent at home in their usual avocations. They were paid fC a day in gold, voted to themselves. IrS The Board of Registrars for the Firt District of New Orleans have de cided thnt a man born in California or Texas, before these Stales became an nexed to the United States, is a foreigner, and must take out naturalization papers before be can be considered a citizen of the United State FB0M MEXICO. Miramon 111 Maximilian on Sur rendering his Sword List of Officers Taken. From the St Louis Revullican of yesterday, we clip the following exciting news: Nkw Orleans, June 10. Mexican advices of .the 2'id ult, received, state that Miramon is still dangerously ill from a wound. When Maximilian gave up his sword to Escobedo, he said : "I surren der to you my sword, owing to an infa mous treason, without which, to morrow's sun would have seen Juarez in my band. Escobedo had ordered a court artial to assemble on the 29th nit, for the trial of the Emperor. Maximilian has tent, through General Diaz, a tele gram to the Prussian Minister in the City of Mexico, to obtain the service of Miravo Riva Pueblecio and the licentiate Mantazzie de la Tave to defend him. The following is an official list of offi cers made prisoners atQueretaro: Em- i ' j j f : 1 : 1 peror r eruiua.nu iukjliujmiuu, ucuci.i. Miramos, Mejia, Castillo, Cossandra, Ilerrera, Feliciana, Mogars, Reis, Maret, Moulerde, Calvo, Valdez, Escobel and Rainerez; total, II. AIho, Colonels, 18: Lieutenant Colonels, 15; Captains and brevet Lieutenant Colouels, 16; Majors, 33; Captains, 114; Lieutenants, 117; Second Lieutenants, 10$; total, 437. The following proclamation has been issued by Maximilian: Countrymen: Alter the valor and natriotism of the Republican forces have destroyed by the sceptre in this place, of wnicn s tenacious ueteoge waa iuun nensable to aave the honor of my cause and to my race; after the bloody siege 10 which the Imperial and republican soldiers have been compared 1n abnega tion and boldness, I will explain myself. Countrymen, I came to Mexico not only animated with the best faith of insuring the felicity of all and each of us, but called and protected by the Emperor of trance, Napoleon 111. lie, to the ridi cule ot France, abandoned me, cowardly and infamously, by demand ot the I nited State,, after having uselessly spent forces and treasure, and shed the blood of her sons and your own. When the news of my fall and death reaches hurope, all the mona-cha of Charlemagne's country will demand of tha Napoleonic dynasty an account of my blood, of the German and the French blood shed in Mexico. Then will Napoleon III. be covered with dhiime from head to foot To-d he has already seen his Mjety, Emperor of Austria, my august brother, praying for my life to the United States, and mysplf a prisoner of war in the hands of Re publican government, and with my crown on my head torn in pieces Countrymen, here are my lat words : I deire that my blood may regenerate Mexico, and tcrve as a warning to all ambitious and ineautious l'rince', and that you will act with prudence and truthfulness, and ennoble with your virtues tho political cause of the Hag you sustain. May Providence save yon and inaka yon worthy of myselt. (Signed) Miiiaii.uK. A sitecial from Qu'.retaro, of Mav 20th. says no disposition hit, yet been made of Maximilian and the bulk of the four hun dred and fifiy ollicers cptured with him. (ien. Mendez w shot on the ltth of May. Escobedo had issued orders that all officer hiding, who did not surrender in twentv four hours, should be summar ily khot abeu captured. Mendez did not give himself np, hut was captured on Saturday night and shot early Sunday moroing in the public park, lie met Lit late like a brave man. Col. Campaa, i-omuiander of Maximilian's body guard, who atteniptrj to escape with 4 i K when the surrender took place, waj also hoL o ouier execouou were known, though many are suspected All the French ofiicers are mining. Tbi prin cipal prisoners are coafined together ia a church in very iudiflerent quarters, without beds or ar.y toilet convenience rquiKite. Maximilian eon urine, ill of rljnlry. The wife of Prim-e Salm Sulrn. an American lady, tloaely related to Pri'SiileM Johnaon, bad tnade her way aion li President Jnarvr. at Ssn I.ti'. tn infi-rred" for hi r husiiaud's life and that of the Emperor. Tins lady has spv-d so far on Ler brate inision thai, yv-r- day, on her arrival here from San Luis, aha and the Emperoi and Prince Salm Salm had a long interview with f.scone lieva terms hi been arranged by which the livtitof most of the loreignert win ne spareu. u mon, it it expected, will die of the wnu in trviior in uliow (iirht on t ra nd the day the city was betrayed. Report says n.,.r,J Irfinea. who let the Liberal troops into the city, received 3000 gold f 1 ' . I. TI.a aiiKhrlaA nuncei lor din irficurrj. aamnlsll K VrtfV I il I n ff trlKfin ... e tirAtninunt rhiofi were PA UUD V( " J""-" f nr. Kifi hnunra Wftre Dnriifd. MotH -k. wtwa IStKv tfnnn on to th CitV anit ft strnniF ear .ucico, ou ..o1"""- - ,r. 1 rison still remain to the city. ' The roads are In s terrible ttute from robberictand murder. . - - ' ' ' ' STOKES CORNERED. ' Frum tha Kfehvillo lianuor.l fin vpiterdnv we received, through General II. II. Thomas, of the Governor1! staff, the following note from that vnllaut warrior, brilliant orutor, ana suming Rrownlow light. General, the Honorable William B. Stokes: , , OaniiCxaa, June 2, ltsiT ' Fns rtixxKn: I see In your issue of to-dsy s charge that I called on a Mr. Haynes, ef Nanhville, inlcemher,lKG2, having in my possession s colored boy, who bad been captured, and that I called On Mr. Haynea to get him to tell him for a good price. The above is simply false not one word of truth in it W. B. Stokkb. In reply to the above we submit the following: Kmhvillc, Juno 3, 1867. Eos. Bavskr: On the 18th day of De cember, 1802, s man called at my bouse, having in charge a negro man, in irons, and stated that he had been employed by Col. W. B. Stoket to bring the man from Bowling Green jail to Nashville. He left the negro in my possession. Four dayt afterwards (the 22d), Col. Stokes himself called and asked me if there was any chance to sell the negro. I told him that there was uot He then settled his bill, which amounted to $2, and took the negro away, sayiBg that he wonld aend him home in charge of a neighbor, and admonishing the boy io go and behave himself that it would be naeless for him to attempt to escape, ss he would be caught The negro in question was tho last that ever I saw in irons. The charge ruado for the boy's board is to be found dis tinctly recorded in my books. II. II. IIaynes. On the forezoing, little comment is needed. Col. llaynes is well known in Middle Tennessee to be a plain, straight forward, truthful private citizen. The fact, as stated by us Sunday and corrob orated in bis note, came to us through others, and not through him. lie only consented to furnish ns his statement, to which he will make affidavit, and is able to give abundant proof, after we showed him Stokes' denial lie is also willing to exhibit his books to any anxious Iirownlewites that may want to sea, anil, if Gen. Stokes continues to dony, we will produce tome additional proof that may open his eyes. Gen. Ewell't Estimate of Oon. Grant. "Mock," writing from Selma. on the 21st of April, to the Cincinnati Commer cial, gives the following: "Talking, yesterday, with an ex Con federate general (John T. Morgan, a cousin of the famous Kentucky raider,) en the subject of West Point and the number of its officers who 'went with the South ' during the late war, 1 learned something about Gen. Grant that is worth relating. Soon after the outbreak of the war, a number of rebel officers, of whom my informant was one, were discussing the relative merits of Northern and Southern officers, and were congratula ting themselves that the best of the old West Pointers had joined the Southern cause. "After the'names of several of those likely to prove the beBt generals in the North had been mentioned, Gen. Ewell, who was of the party, spoke up, aid said there was one man living in Illinois or Missouri, about whom the Northern peo plo knew very little (this was tome time before the battle of Fort Donelson ). He hoped they wouldn't find bim out He (Ewell) bad served with bim in Califor nia and on the frontier ; and be feared him in the present war more than be feared any other officer, if he once got started. Ilia name was Grant He had seen enough of him to know that if be got a fair chance, he would strike some heavy blows. He did not believe there was much genius in the fellow, but give him men enough, and he'd keep pound ing at a place till he took it He be lieved the South had more to fear from the stubbornness and dogged obstinacy of this fellow, if he ever got a chance to show himself, than from the genius or ability of any officer in the army. This was Ewell's opinion of Grant while the latter was commanding a regiment under Fremont in Missouri, and I don't think Ewell knew that he was even thnt high in the military scale when he expressed himself at I have just related." " Jesus Will Go With Ma." A little girl four years old grew ill. One day her father was sitting besidu her little bed, and she turned to him witk the question : " Papa, does the doctor think I shall die?" Her father with a very sad heart told his little girl the truth. Then her pale face grew very sad, and she mused awhile on the dark graves kIih had sometimes looked down into, where the people were buried. "Papa," she said tearfully, "the gravo looks very dark. O, it is very dark, indeed. Papa, won't you go down with me into it 7 ' The strong arm she had been accus tomed to lean on seemed to her a wife cuard in every hour of dread and danger. With a bursting heart, her father told ber he could not g with her till the Lrd called. " Para, won't yon let ma go with me?" If he coald nestle close in that loving boom, aiid feel those loving arms around her. the grave would lose its gloom The same answer almost broke the father's heart to give I She turned her face to the wall and wpt. The dear lamb ha 1 been taught of Jesus, and she poured her heart out to Him with child' a fall faith. Soon she looked ap with a joy-lighted face, and said: "Papa, the grave is not dark; no Jesus will go with me." His Pti ArrMUd. The Cleveland Banner aays: Two men, by the names nf Lafayette Si ti id,, from Duckluwn, and n m. M. Miller, from Gilmer county, tieorgin, were, arreatad and put ia oar jail aneday Ut week. They came here to volunteer in Rrownlow " melish," and after im bitxag good deal of talking whisky, told enougii of the bad conduct of both I-) cause thir arrest and confinement Their trial rame up on Saturday lat, and they continued it for ten days to give ihem time to get up witnesses, and in d. fault of giving L.il they were re committed lo jail, antil Monday next, whi n they will have a trial. If any r-lianre riin V .lreJ o tlieir assertions they are both verv had mea. 1JV TELEGRAPH.' THE NOON DISPATCHES FROM OMAHA.' Omaha, June 12. About twenty men havn been killed during tho past week by Indians and about two hundred bend of stock stolen, Some daya ago the In dian! attacked simultSQOOuily half, a doaen ranches.. .-..' FROM WASHINGTON. It is understood that the Attorney Geuoral it of the opinion that district commanders have no right to remove oivil oflicert without trial by military commission, and tticu only when they have beou found guilty of impeding the enforcement of the Reconstruct! act If this opinion should bo adopted by the President, Gov. Wells, and the city offi cials of New Orleans and Mobile, will be allowed s trial. Prominent Southerner! here cntortain tho hopo that this view of the matter may be officially promulgated, but express feare that the President will do nothing in the premises until after the time shall have pnsscd for convening the July session of Congress. A special tayt, in the caso of alleged outrages committed by Brownlow's militia, instructions have been given lo General Thomat to investigulo tho acU of violence which are said to have been perpetrated. General Whipple has al ready commenced nn investigation. . Senator Patterson returned to-day from Tennessee and reports the political campaign there exceedingly bitter. Ho fears no outbreak. The delegation here from Tennessee have been unable to seo the President to ask him to interfero with the militia. They wish him to direct General Thomas to send troops to Tennessee to disarm the militia. ; Ninety three suits were commenced yesterday by claimants at Savannah, for cotton alleged to be captured by General Sherman. The claims amount to about f 1,000,000 in Rold, and the suits nro authorized by a recent act of Congress. FROM NEW.YORK. Nkw York. June 12. President Mas quers, of New Grenada, has declared tho country in a state of war; denounced tho majority in Congress as traitors, and imprisoned the President of CureUne tuarca and several prominent men. His naurnations have aroused tho people against him, and even his own adherents iu the cnDital denounce his arbitrary arrests. The Attorney General and two Judges of the Supreme Court have re signed. A revolution has heen started in Peru. under Coslello, but it is. believed that it will soon be sn riprensed. NEW ADVE RTI S E M ENTS GREAT AUCTION SALE AT 15 1-2 Jcfl'crsoii Street. rpjlg LARGEST STOCK OF.OOODS THAT X nag ever boen gncroa at PUBLIC AUCTION ' . In.Ithisleity.-.cmbracing . Fine and Medium Clothing, PIECE GOODS, AND A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF lvivnisliing: Goods. SALE TO COMMENCE AT 7 O'CLOCK P.M. Will sell at private sale durins tho day. Come early and uet your supply, btora for rent anil futures lor sale. REID A 1IKO..US Jefferson St. M. C. CAVCK A CO., Auctioneers. W Htate Fcmulo College. OMNIBUSES OF THE TRANSFER COM puny will run to convoy all pemooa that wiea to attend the AXMVEIiSAKY EXERCISES of this institution. Ticket, can he obtained ami orders letl with hum. weaver at tn Mem nhinanil ( h.irleiton railroad ticket office, eor- nerofMnmh O'irt and Main streets, and at their ono-e, Jio. i'J .Monroe street. Fare: One Dollar for Round Trip. h7 JLU ,J0S KS.Supcri n tenden t MRS. BROWN. WIFK OF THK CKI.E hraied Dr. Drown, of Now York, and f-r insny yearn ao into practitioner of rne'iiein, with him, lias opened an office at No. XI Mun ro street lietween Main and Second, whoru nhe if prepared to treat nil turms of disease, and especially tboe ieeuliar to women nod children. A thoronvn and rnretul sludy witU larre exiwricnee qualify her fur treating iod. cioutly the ever varying forms of dic:ut to whii-h liuinniiy is heir, particularly thoe dis-,-eii to which femalee are subject, ainy ho Milimitted to her with the fnllent eenlidene. in her raoacity to Ireal tbein siiercsfluliy. Tes timonial' from phy.i-Ui,i of the hirhet char acter eatitle her to tho confidence of tho suf- Capaljc nun-o, maybe had by imioiririr f the almve. - i Jefferson Street Barber Shop. PHICKH KKDUCKIJ. 15 Cents Bhaving. us (Jenta Hair Cnttin. ' 35 Cent, bkiiinpoolng. Caxh Cuiiomen Promptly Attended to. on P. PKTKRS. SPECTACLES, SPECTACLES ! HAVINI received a fine .ort!nent ..f A'l.trahMi, Ilratilisn nd."rt-a Fdible pir"cS. 1 invite the e tucne nf Memphis and mrpMinaim eooefrv to e-iiae and eiara m. my so ck. llsvina had uisi y years etperiouce an Oe. e,an f Batter rorself t suit at y one in need of aiasets. All oed, earractM. J. QUMBIKUEit. No. JIT' 1 .Main .trert, t,'a ler the W or ban llou-. S- Certifi.-tea af rrfieainenl Phyat eian.snd citnen.of Mti hi. h..-a eiaiemed and ed ny Pet.hl-. caa I-a nmltlif IW. Ml- Hi Ml; "5 K WAT"N. M"NTII I.V ND ....r.l Xnnikl tha nrk. ..ay hef.iund t No. .l 1 h rd street. Keler.ncc. : Rev. J O. ateadiaan aad J. K. Allca. M. 1. "u AM USjC MENTAL I. O. O. IP. A GRAND PICNIC WILL UK IIIVKS BT TIIK I ! r' if - ) ;ipi)i),.ruMX)WH ; Of Memphis and Vtoinity. for th Benefit of 01)1) FELLOWS' COLLEGE, To Educato tho Orphans. rjMIE HCNIC WILL I'OMU OFF ON . ThnrNdny, .Tuno l.tth. Near Euntyn's Station, four miles out en the . Memphis and Charleston Railroad. TICKETS-H M for Man and Famiiy. Sir A Spoclnl Train will leave Ilia Depot at H::iUa.m. W .UAM FLORA Ii FESTIVAL AND CONCERT, By the Pupils of tho Miuiilils I.sid h' Institute, ' r I I tNK la'A'II, A'. Uic tirccnlaw Opera House, To llalso Funds to Purchase Apparatus For the I'ko of the Seliool. .ADMIMMION, 1 OO. 7-"-rrt ITKLIO LEDGES NEWSPAPER JOB O F TP I O K FOR NAIiE. TUB PKCEASE OF ONB OF THE PRO 1 iiriotorsof tha Pt'w.io Lsnnas newspaper and Job Office attached renders a sale of one half the establishment necessary. Iho sur vivin partner, in order to facilitato the settlo tnent of the partnership affairs, announce, that the entire property in tho papor and Job othea, and good will, will bo sold. The title is un questinned, and tho paper in a high stato or POHlicru.v. Da inmrniii jii'.rn .1 ,-.. 1 (PV... 1..I. lltiM of tha ia very best deseriptioo. Tho Job Ollico is una of the lursest in tho South, and njoy the advnntairo of a regular custom, in pmni, of eireulation.-wo olaim that the 1 ublic LFUiisa surpasses any other paper in the Stato . C X a til J I 11 II CO OITR OWX PAPER. A Literary, Educational and Agricultu ral Journal, published weekly Dy J. M. LAURENCE & BROM T ' PONTOTOC. MISSISSIPPI. "OUR OWN " UAS A LARGE AND INCREASING CIR . ..1...: : i dn.,utui Af Xiiivih AlisfliH- M. M. UUIIt-lftrll III lllU i vmu"" "i a.- - 8iiii, n1 nrotenU to all linsincsi mon in tho WCDllTII KlllVr lUlrCllUi iiiusiiiiitvt - - - lining medium. A. J. HROWN, of tho house of Mnken Bros., accnt for Meuiihis. AUilrej, "Our uv rapor, nrau'W,':'.". ii.l,L OOU.VJ-1IO vjc'xrfciiN tio xv , 50UTHEEX MEKCllASTS AND 1'lASTtES ! FI5AXK KAIX1III, Wlitilcsitle Commission Merchant, ' - IN BOOTS AND SHOES, Xo. 15 ClortlJUHl Street, NKW VOltlC. 1 ND GEN'FRAL KXC1TANOK WAllK A bott-e. for the receipt of all Southern Pro ducta, -i t.'i.tton. Wool, llidoi, Tobacco, Ream, TurpenUno, Tar, Fruits, etc.. No. 206 anfl 208 Franklin Street, Southern Product, as uhove, received at all times, in KXCHAMiK tor r.ots, .noes, rro- vi.iona.eio.. f'rwHion tnc insiiest m.irnev im tuma uiaite. Send ORDKRS with lnvoi.es will li 1,1 oweu 1100a rriui. i;...."i- - end Hills bailing, mrrnjnn w r'"" : wi II nva " on- to three profits." 4kll nue-Uons CliKKRFT'I.UY answered. l our liusinest annorocr- ,i ;'' Addre-s. FRANK 1IALLARD, la Cortland Street, N. in R- es-is. puntOllice I V.hii" UVNa.ional lUnk of Memphis ."d John W. "sT"?. Myn.l-rse. It antnig l"s '"lv,t,,,,'1i! ca... that tho df..n;ant,.dward MjnAom. U .. .1 . t K a VikL umlamiM a tasi'ieni 01 tneoiaie n i"- -rwident of th htateof Tennessee, is is thera n.reor.ie,ed that th, said delendant make nu ppearanee Herein, at n ;---etty of Memphis, en or be, ore the first Monday in Julv. ImS. and plead, answer or demur to the petition filed hereia. or tho same will no taken tor aonlevwd, as lo ,iim. hearing axparie : anu idii a r 'v? ' -"- be published once a w.-ek fo.- four ruoeenv. ".'ted !a Ik. eitr r. and M. Bt BKNJ. COL KM AN, I). C.and M. Roer.JI fveniaM. frd. fr rVfr. "j'Jj VttnolniKMit'Hutt. V,,ntc;l Conrt nf Memthi. Scnigss and k..rem. tlaintiffs. rt. M. L. Doncan. fen't-mt. A HlAVITF(RATIAtllMfc.M n: JY ing lrn les ie in this ease in pursuance el .uertkn :vj of tfce Code ol Teanc. and at nnri. . .. . t tachment baring ! t-auea e reiwi the .ror othcar ' ml, eic, a io .f"i -r th dcfendenU M. L. lumen, it le tbere- , i .i... :.i j..i.r,t&TCt i.ir at la. ty o I,r- 'iru riN iiim.mi ... - - Conrlr.Hui. ia tlia'i'V ol Mw.phis, len.. oa f or fcelora toe nrt jaea.iar .""'., , d.-fcad this suiU or the same will "';'"r c.pf.-Hf as to him. and th a ft fr har ii g x i-art. and tba a e"i-y -f thi, 4 i publbad on a week f..r lur cneculiv, ' Pl L,F"t ATON.V. RvMsais llv.l.D.C. ' lawlie Ct'BCKIhK roKTHK fl fe L1C LKDKK. O ben tb tliKAi-tel rtaily paUaaeS ia th taU el I cone. ,. DRYCOODS.C LOTm NCJ CLOSING OUT SALE THM KNTI UK BTOtJK ' t I i ' f DitV GOODS. CIjOTIHIVK. NOTIO Dnraagod by tha latu fir, will be axpoied for salo ' I . . AT NO. Jil3 MAIN STREET, i L ' 1. , . r,:Nct to TVAIID & J.iGUKRE'8 Drug Store. TIIK OOOD.S MUST JIK SOLI) REGARDLESS OF COST OR VALUE Country Mprchantt yilt do 'Don't 'lforff'ot tlio Plaoo: M. KRAUS to CO.'S, 0J"o. 2lb JSLixixi. Stroot, Next to WARD & LsOTJERB'S Drug Store. MEDICAL. Something New Under the Sun. A New Era in Medicine. JET THK SUFFERING AND DISEASED j road the fallowing 1 : Let all who htvo been givon np by Doeton and spoken of as incurable, read the following: Let all who can believe facta, and can have faith in evidence, read the following 1 Aaaa) all Mm by Iheie Prwtnl). That on thl, tha twentieth day of June, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sisty-eix, personally came Joseph llaydoek to me, known as such, and being duly sworn, deposed an fol lows : That ha is the sole general agent for tha IJnitod Stato and dependencies thereof, for pre parations or medicines known at ,MA1UI r.L.'S I'll.l.Saad hALVK, and that th following certificates are verba turn oopies to the best at hi, knowledge and belief. ' . . L. S.l JAMES SMKITRK, Notary Public. Wall Street. Now York. Da. HiontKt, : I take any pen to writ you of my great relief, and that the awful pain in iny side has left me a, lair-thanks to your medicine. Oh. doctor, buw thanktul I am that I can gat some sloop. I con never write it enough. I thank you again and again, and am sure yon are really the friend ot all euffvrers. I could not help writing to you, and hopo you will not Uko it amiss. ,. ... JAMKS MVKRS, -June 1, lSrjeJ. llo Avenue D. Thills to eertify that I was discharged from tho army with Chronic liiarrhoea, and have boen.uredb.I)r..M.giel'.Pi.l,ARvKy Nw York. April 7, Mb. 37 Pitt 6u eet. Tbe following Is an interesting ca,o of a man employed in an Iron Foundry, who, in pouring melted iron into a flank that was damp and wet caused an explosion. Tho melted iron was thrown around and on bim in a perfect shower, and he waa burnt dreadfully. Th following ertifioata was giveu'to me by bun about eight weeks alter the accident : Nkw Yojt, Jan. 11. 1WS. My nam is Jacob Hardy : I am an iron foun der; I was badly burnt by hot iron in Novembei laat; my burns healed but I had a running sore on my let that would not heal; I tried Miurgiel'l Salve, and it cured main a fow weeks. This ii all true, and any body can now see meat Jack son's Iron Works, Second Avenue. . " ' WHAT ME PATIENTS SAY OP Dr. Haggler Pills and Salvcl Extraots from Various Letters..! "I had no appetite; Maggiol's Pill, gavcm a hearty one." " Your Pills are marvelous." . . . 1 " I send for another box. and keep them Ir. the house." "Dr.rM wHol bag oared my boadnche thai was chronic." " I gave half "of one of your fills to iny bh for cholera morbus. The dear little thing got well in a day." My nausea of a morning is now'curej. "Your box of Maggiel't 8a)ve cured me et noises in the head. I rubbed snuio nf youi Salve behind my ear, and the noise left." "Send me two bole, ; I want one for a pool family. " I enclose a dollar ; your If twenty-fivt cents, but the medicine to me is worth a dollar." " Send me five boxes of your pills. "Let me have threo boxes of your Salve b Jeturn mail." ' " The boat Pill, for headache I ever had." "Mv liver works like an engine, thanks t your PUIS." . "Iam pleased to say to you, Dr. Matyici that I would not be without a box of your Pill for curing me of morning nausea for the world." " You w'll find enclose I ono dollar. Youi Pill, are only 25 cents, but I counider them worth to in one dollar.'' . "DiiB Doctor: My tonvuo had a fur on it every morning like tho back of a cat. Youi Pills took it away." " I took half a pill and crushed it to powder, and gave it in jelly to my little babe tor cholera n,nrl,ui. The dear littlo pot waa well iu throe hours after." "I sunpoce it Is hardly worth while to toll you my burned foot has gut well from the mt of your Solve. Knelosed find cent fur an other box to keep in the bouse." , "Send me anothor box of Salve. Knctnieil End 75 cents for two boxes of Tout Maggiol's Pills and ono of Salve." ' The most gentle yet eoarching modteino 1 ever swallow!." I Have Over 200 Such Testimonials. MAtMIEL'S PILLS AND SALVE are al most universal in their e fleet, rnl a cure can bealiaiwt always guaranteed. 1 0 It lil LLIUHS lHSKASKS nothing can be uirc productive el cure than thoso l'ills. Their almost msgic in fluence is felt at onaa ; and the usual oonceud tanta of this most distressing auric are re moved. Thee remedies Bre made from the purest VKUKTABLK COM POt N OS. They will not harm me most delicate fcuiaie, and can b given with good efloet in lovscriiied dose, U the youngest babe. FOR cl'TAN KOt:S tlS OKOKKS and all ruition, of tho skin the SALV K is lunrd invaluable. It doce not heal externally alone, but penetrate, witb the tnml searching etfecU to the very root of the ev 1. DR. MAaGIKL'S PIU.S iaVAisei.v cog in voli,owio nisiasKe Asthma. . , lleadwho. ):.iwel Camplainta, Indigestion. Coughs. Inauensa. Colds Iaflammat.ion, Chet'Piefcas. , Jnwrj Weakness, Coativeness, I.iver Complaints. Dyspepaia, Lowneae of Monti. Uiarrhoea, n Ringworm, I'ropsy, Itheiimausm. Uehility. SaURhcam. Fever and Ague. bcald,. bkia Diseases, Each Box Contains Twelve Pllfc. -r ,s a nnnic. . si. Novtre. None genuine without the n- f7ni by DOCTOR J. M AOUIKL. .New Yor tneunterfeit which is felony. icines torounaoBt the United fetates and Caoa das. at 2icDt oer bi j or pi t. "CorTrriT, I liuy no Mgrat Pills oi Salve with a little paihlet insula tha bog They are Wo got. The genuine have name of J. UayiWkon box with name of J. Vaicgicl, M. L ' Th genuine hav, thePjll rorrounded wnb W ll'TI PCWT.T. EHMLT SAYIX63 INSTITtTIOX Xo. 7 MBiiison (Street, MKMP1II8, TliNN.. c x-nw nrvv AND PRFPAPFD TO TO 1 a funeral lanking HasmaM. W ill revive lepo,iU, bev aed eell Klnt-.ange, tiold. eUvrr, t aoirreot Money. Senp.ete .- hl l'ratw f una .ond arid rarl. en Ireinn 1. rr Hand an J Kctland. Al. Pa.searw Agent f"f the t.'e ef ticliets ta an-i lruai uunuuva ai ,w VuU- THOS. I-I8HER. iOOTS A D S HOE SJETC . OF DAMAGED GOODS )!' N8, HOOTS, SHOES, tvoll to lioolr nt tUisi Htoclr. DRY COODS. ELS ONS AGAIN IN THE FIELD! Not Afraid of any Honorable Competition. Not to be Undersold by Anyone. A N0TUE1W1REAT CLEARING SALE TO COIIMENCK MONDAY AND CON TINUK UNTIL OUR ENTIRE SUMMER STOCK IS REDUCED. GOODS TO BE SOLD REOARELESS OF COST. i...'; . EXAMINK OUR STOCK AND PRICKS BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE. EVKRYTIIINd MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES, AND THERE WILL BK NO DEVIATION FROM PRICE. All of our CALICOES reduced down to 10 conU best brands. BHD TICKING, from 17 to 35 cents. BL'CIIED DOMESTICS at vory low prices. Come and Examine onr Trices. WHITE GOODS a spooial bargain. ' WHITE JACONETS, from 12JS to 50 conU- a vory fino article. CHECK MUSLINS, from 25 to 33 conti. NAINSOOKS, from 15 to 35 cents. WHITE IRISH LINEN, at only 45 cents per yard richly worth $1 00. TABLE LINEN, at only 60 conts per yard IK yards wide. MARSEILLES QUILTS, 10-4. at only ii 50 cheap at $5 00. Bemember, t his is a Clearing Salo, and we MUST soil the Goods prior to receiving our Fall Stock. KID GLOVES, at only V ccnta per pair. LACK POINTS, slightly dainagod by water, at from 2 00 to $.5 00. SILK SAQUES will bo fold at SO per cent. . less than Now'York coat slightly damajtcd. Hemember, ELSOX KISOS.' 3Iuinm'otH Clicnp Store, 297 Main Street. EXCKL8IOI4 M If U FIIKNISUING .STOKE. R W E. G. BARNABY, Dealer in $ GKNTH' f . Furnishing . Goods, TRAVELING BA'IS. W Trunks, Valises, Hats, Ac Undkr Overton Hotki., rtxam oireei, D M (Second Door North of Poplar,) 3 M.EMl'niS, T ENN. fi -l.m aN o rr ICE. 'IM1H OVKICES OF THE. MISSISSIPPI X nnd iennessee Haiiroml havo itecn re moved frum the Jackson Block to the Depot foot of Slain street. 7 PITTSBUltG COAL. T- B. MOSKLEY. AGENT FOR BKIGtiS l . at Peterson, at No. I'J Union street, is now prepared to lurnisa nts customers oi iuo pain season . and tha public generally, with the very best article of pit uburg coal. He will roll as cheap as ny regular dealer, and would auvio all to cad before pnrchaiong elsewhere. H7 Trustee Sale. County Court of Shelby County. P. G. Moath ct als vs. Mary L. Po?ton etal. HAVING BEEN APPOIXTKD TRUSTEE by decree of the Ceurt. in runm and stead of W. K. Postnn. dcc.-e-e.l, Trusti e, by virtue ot tbe suth rity in rae vested. I will, on f atur ilay. lb l:''th day of June, 117, at tbe .nh esst crnerof Court Square. in tbecityot Mem phis, between the hoor. ,il III a m. and 4 p.m., proceed tn sell to the hi. het bHder, f.ir c,h, the t'dlowing prierfy. to wit : Reing a -rtsin let lor de-ripMon.beg.atiinr at tbe northea.'t inf rsection of Sc-ond wile Adams .tret, thence north on and with th et line of Sec ond street ?o feet to a private alley, thence et and parallel with Adsnis street ii fci. thenco M'Ulh and par.illel with Second street 7" feet, thiiee wctt yft fei-t the beginning Terms fch. Kiuity of rrb niptien waivi-d. Tiilo beliaved to be goud. but 1 e-nvcy only Trus tee. D. U. PopIoN. Truj;ee. Ji.ntli7. W Aditiliilsttrator's Nulo. ON THK MTU DAY OF JCNK. 1J. AT II oViok a.m.. I will sell at Public Au.--in, to the biiriie.t bid. ler. for ca.h. tbe ll.n-l.lld ana Kitchen Furniture ofliabriel Smithcr. dc Tbe rale will take pies- at lh Into re-iiinc, on Shelby .-reel, in Memphis Icnn. I h'i the "A Jay oi June, en C. ti. SMIIHER. A lai'r.