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OWEN, ilOOKK WEST, AGENTS FOR TUK Life Insurance Company, OF IIARTFOIW, CONN. ra.sli Assels over $5,000,000 1 TIIK UIM)H(HA llomo Insurance Company, OF COLUMBUS. OA. Ciihli Ahet 100,000 THE NT ATE INSURANCE COMPANY, OK NASHVILLE. TKNN. CiUh1, gOO.OOOI . tirira rXJ ATI. -X7 K INSURE MKK l,WI'',l?.v" for H'.i.i.rr! plana, end take no" ! one-heir the premium. "- , lf trarrlins and residing.".. I. . II , ha year. AIo H,.w -. T.-Jr,, , etc. hy lire on nouec., uii" '(irririr Northwest cornor Madisoa and t Main l'OBLlfi LEDGER. O 111 co. No. 1 Mftdfon Htrwct tARCKST" CITY CIRCW-ATION, MKMl'HIHl Thursday Evening June 20 18-7 I OKIGOTEItSOK. JMM liTIIERIDGl, OF WEAKLEY COUNTY. FOR CONGRESS, IfOH. JOHN W. LEFTWICO. FOR STATE SENATOR, Hon. JOHN TV. (SMITH, OF SHELBY.; FOR REPRESENTATIVES, Hon. 1AX.'A11LF. Hon. W. W. COI-Elimf. TO THE PEOPLE OF WEST TENNESSEE. Hon. Emerson Etherise,. Conserva tive candidate for Governor, will address the people of Went Tennessee at the fol lowing time and places : Humbeldt, Thursday, June 20th. Dresden, Saturday, June 22d. Tapers of the district are requested to publish the above list of appointments. THE IAW OFtBANKHUPTCY. The forms to be used in bankruptcy are 'published, and will be distributed immediately. The following is the form of the petition of the debtor: To the Honorable , Judge of the Dis trict Court of the United States, for the District: , The petition of , of 1 in tu5 cosnty of , and State of , and District aforesaid, respectfully rcpre- ' IVt he has for months next im- nvdiutdy preceding the film of this petition at- , within said judicial dis trict ; that he owes debts exceeding the amount of $:S0O, and is unable to pay all of the same in full ; that he is willing to surrender all his estute and effects for the benefit of his creditors, and desires to obtain the benefit of the act entitled "An act to establish a uniform system of bankruptcy throughout the United Stntos. approved March 2, 1807 : That tiie schedule hereto annexed, marked A, and rcrified by jour peti tioner's oath, nontains a full and true statement of all hi debts, and (so fur as it is possible to ascertain) the names and places of residence of his creditors, and such further statements concerning id dohts as are required by the provi sions of said act : That the schedule here annexed, marked B, and verified by your peti tioner's oath, contains an accurate in ventory of all his estate, both roal and personal, assignable under the provisions of "aid act; Wherefore, your petitioner prays that he may be adjudged by the court to be a bankrupt, within the purview of said act; and that he maybe decreed to have a certificate of discharge from all his debts proveable under the same. The course a case in bankruptcy takes is thus summed up by a cotemporary : linl'ote any warrant issues, the petitioner must deposit fifty dollars with the Regis ter, bs security for the payment of all fi-es under the proceediugs, which are to have priority of paymeht over all other claims out of the estate, his next made the duty ol the Register, if satisfied as to the facts, to issue a warrant in bank ruptcy against the estate of the debtor, directed to the Marshal of the district, authorising him to publish notices in such -....n.nei-i as the warrant specifies, and to serve notices on all creditors, that the payment of any debts to the delivery or r.t.,.r of anT property of the debtor are forbidden by law, and that a meeting nf the creditors will be held at a Court of Bankrvptcy, to be specified in the warrant, r.ot less than ten nor more man ;n.t divs after the issue of the same. Tt ia also made the duty of the Marshal to take immediate possession of the property of the bankrupt, under the warrant, and to prepare, wiinin mree days, an inventory of all the property, nt return to the Reemter. At the first meeting of the creditors f the baakrunt thfj niust choose, in presence of the Register, one or more ...irr.M-s of the estate of tbe debtor. As soon as an assignee is appointed and has civen security, the K gisler must a.slgn i.tid convey to him all the estate rf the tiUikrupt, with all books and jsp'-n re'.atitg thereto. There re xptcd and rrved to the ue ,,(" the bankrupt tie follow in:, oi.'v : Netefsary household and li'hen furniture, in the d scre tirnt.f the assort-, tut DO exceeding. ;.;) in vn'.ue; war.re erj.arel cf tl. ,, krn;.:. w: an c h I ir-n, and tu'M o Ur ir rt; u ,j-i Hftopl Irrra x.i!..u. i-i. J-r t'- e the lai-H (,r f f tt Ve' in w! ieH tr- 'er.k ru),i i- i Ti.- -tn.e is to r'-'-ev, , ' l. et'at, io adi.tioo cor r.! fits uer cent, on amounts u dor tinnn i. und a half ter cont, on sum isbe- .--....'tinim and ttOOO. aud one per cent .1 : -.nun 1I is to cive writ- On Rlliuiniiw ,vv. ,;,. r ll metitinirs of creditors, after the first, and of all dividends able ly hitu in the discharge oi ...... n. s. n limn a strict account his of all claim, presented, and of all proceed ths ing by him as assignee. after an adjudication of bankruptcy, earlier, the Court, upon request of I assignee, is to call a general meeting hear the report of I or he of the Ills uiox.w-i -- - l,irh shall be a full schedu le, with vouchers, of all receipts and pay ments. In case a dividend is ordered, the Register is required to prepare the list of creditors to receive it, and for ward it, specifying the amount each is entitled to, to each creditor, by mail. The assignee is to pay the creditors their quotas in such a manner ai the Court may direct. The like proceedings are to be bold at the expiration of the next three months, or earlier, if practicable, and a third ootinir of creditors be called: by the Court, when a final dividend shall be de clared, unless suits at law or other una voidable delays may prevent. ONE OF 'EH. The Nashville Gatette tells this charm ing story: Mrs. Martha Brock lives in the upper portion of Knox county, East Tennessee. She is the widow of a Fede ral soldier, who died of disease con tracted during service in Company F, Third Tennessee Intantry. in ner neign- borhood lives " loyal Methodist class leader, who, to evade servioe, "lay out" in Copper Ridge during the war, until the mosquitoes sucked all the good blood that was in him out. Now that the war is over he is ery blood thirsty and very M.i I, ii. radical, on account ot tne uiooa pe sqeq for the good of his country, and the mos quitoes. A few Sundays since, having no church to attend, Mr, invadoa Mrs. B.'s strawberry patch on a foraging expedition. She needed her berries, and ordered him off. Knowing she was alone and unprotected, he paid no attention. Rho Dicked u A billet of wood, and rlrn litni cff. Mr. B. was a man of peace and a Loyal Lengper; so he sued out a peace warrant, rue laay was brought before a Dogberry, named John IleBry Mynatt, who is also High Priest of the League, and her fine, with costs, amounted to aix or seven dollars all this for protecting her property from a man who forgets the laws of God and man. and whose only fuult is that he has a devil of a hankering after straberries that do not belong to him. IS IT TBEACHIKY 1 , A powerful movement is on foot to have a meet in 2 of ConirrcsS ID July. The Reconstruction law, as interpreted by Mr. Stanberry, is not working to the satisfaction of the Jacobins. It must be amended, aud thus be disslpatel the idea, indulged by many prominent South ern men, that it was a finality. Finality, it is not. A finality oflTered ia good fiiith hr ConereBS aud accepted by the South, would blow the Jacobin party to atoms. There ts to bo more tinkering Kv flnnffrpss. More faith is to be broken, "J n and more strines to be laid on the bare shoulders of the South. Artemus Ward says the colored man may be our brother, but be is not our nncle or our cousin. The Radicals, we protest, are neither our brothers, our uncles, nor our cousins. They are not related to us at all. WILL NOT GO. A Wlfrn rarjer savs emDlovment is offered some five thousand freedmen by the Pacific Railroad Company on the lalifornia side, and the highest wages ill be given. It is said that thousands ot colored men are out of employment In the South, and many of them in a suffer- ig condition, but it is not venturesome . assert that atnonz the entire colored population it will be difficult to find the number of five thousand who would rather work and prosper than be Idle and suffer. As long ns begging is prac ticable and false charity is exercised, a laree part of the negroes of the South would probably prefer their present con dition. SPOT ED. Spotted, is a term that exactly de scribes the Jacobin party. The Radicals of Alabama have passed a resolution favoring the taxation of property, and in opposition to the capitation tax This was to secure the votes of negroes ho own no property, and to please tne prejudices ef white paupers. On the other hand, the Radicals of Pennsyl vania are in favor not only of not taxing property, but of giving bonuses to home industry, and are strongiy in favor of a high capitation tax, in order to keep out foreign labor. LA80E THIRD. The Pensacola (Kla ) Observer ssys that the report that $310,000 had been dug from the graveyard of that city, where it had been buried during the war, and removed to parts unknown, came near terminating in a tragedy. Some fifiy or sixty negroes, who claimed their share of the plunder, attacked the ae gro drayman, who is said to hat spirited th treaiure away, and would Lave ithed him bat for the interference of (beriff. The ciiy, at Ut accounts, ly the was filled m'.ih ganS of id. e negroes "d cussing the great iue." BOW ncriD! Ia Lng!aod and in this cuaoU, tbey are discussing the best mode of giving minorities representation ondr onr re poblicao sji'm. Are thy simple toosT Lt them turn their fys to Tennis and h'hoU the pr iblrm o!H. Let the minority "ir the- gov ern tn'-n!, dri the msjrity frota powr, and d.ffraa- h lirm That is tl e way t , j. '! filing. Toiler diu.na of I t'-tf qatifO, with I' rio.il of Tf n-j !. furt U e ori J, u a'j.ur I I to all necessary expuusui actually in T&VT. AS STEEL. The Kufaula, Ala., iS'rirf tells a good story about the ficeduieii's celebration at Clayton last week. It was proposed, before the procession was formed, to head the column with the stars and tripes, proudly whipping tlio breeze, and tail it with the stars and burs, igno bly trailing in the dust The propositi on was submitted to one of the most prom inent, and influential of .the "colored" marshals, who, wheu he heard U, suf fered his indignation to get t'ie upper hand of him. He replied tbur, "no such thing should be did whar he was. He fout under the Confuderit flag, and if he cotch any fool nigger drngin' it along in do dirt, he was gwyne to hurt him." HEARD SPUKOEON. It it said that Forney has been to hear Spsrgeon preuoh. He was impressed, and so would Spurgcon have been hd he known that such a sinner wus in his congregation. The "D. D." says at the close of his last letter; "I would rather be Charles II. Spurgeon, surrounded with the lovo of the rescued souls of the working people of his parish, than the Lord Bishop of a thousand churches of England." Forney comparing himsolf to Spurgeon or the Lord Bishop of Eng land I ' What mean whisky they must furnish him over there. IT Mr. Ckauncey Burr has chal lenged Wendell Phillips to discuss with him the capacity of the negro for self government. " I have," says Mr. Burr, "with great pains, and with unfaltering devotion to the cause of truth, searched over the whole globe for an instance where the emancipation of any consid erable number of negro ' slaves ' has not resulted in the ruin of both races." t&T. After a speech by the Praaidcnt at Durham, North Carolina, an old gen tleman said to him ; "Mr. President, our people would like to-cheer you, sir, but we can't holler with a yoke around our necks.1' .Tbe order of Gen. Sickles' had that day been published, suspending civil authority in Fayetteville aud five counties of the State- JQTMr. Vallandigham has declined delivering the commencement address nt Oxford. The society orator will be Rev. Dr. Palraer, of Now Orlcuns. Rev. Dr. Soipers, of Nashville, .will preach the commencement sermon, and the oration before the alumni will be deliv ered by Rev. Dr. With,erspoon, of Mem phis. ' ' ' tS?" Wendell Phillips, in an article on Jeff. Davis and his friends, snys that he does not wish to do President Johnson injustice by bringing him dowrt to. the level of Mr (iroeley. He reloasad Jeff. Davis, bnt he did not go to Richmond to congratulate and Bhako hands with him. Maximilian has been condemned to be shot. If the Ijullet tht)t ends tho Austrian's life,, could, by some yet un discovered force, cross tho Atlantic and pierce the heart of Napoleon, thousands would hail the Mexican tragedy as a dispensation of Providence. HSA tapo worm thirty f&et long was taken from the stomach of a Mrs. Barnes, in Cattaraugus county, Now York, a few days since. Mrs. Bamos had been com plaining for twenty-two years, and it is supposed the worm bad troubled her all that time. lef An exchange thinks if any ono wishes to experience the workings of "the worst government the world has ever seen," he has only to sojourn for a brief season in Brownlow's dominion, once known as the State of Tennessee. t&7" The citiaons of Wyandotte assert that the two negroes, WebBter and Van Buren, were lynched upon the evidence of a colored prostitute. The Cincinnati Commercial thinks this "poor evidence on which to take life." lie? A Southern paper says that Jef ferson Davis once owned seven hundred slaves, but the only one of his bonds men who ever distinguished himself was Horace Greeley. Jjfcir Gen. Sheridan is a great bore. The Picayune says he kept boriag Wells" until he reached r landers. jay" The City Government of Phila delphia refused to welcome the President. They are w.loom. FROM WASHINGTON. Cabinet Meeting on Military Removals. WasuinotoH, June 13. The Cabinet held another meeting to-day, which lulled over five hours, and, while it was not as warm and exciting as hasb-eo ru mored about town this evening, it was learned from an authoritative source that the discussion was earne't and vigoroua. The question nnlr-r consider ation was the contemplated pr-veedings in the matter of restoring the Southern oRicials displaced by (tenerals Pop, Siberidao, Sickles and Schofitld. 1 ti form of a general ordr directed to each military commaod'r wsj luggeate-i and discussed, w'n'e the itsuance of a special teller of instructions w also intima'el as the most proper eoi.M". Several members seemed to ly zrat stress on the particular procee ling u be obierv4 in reinstating those; ou!. in fieneral Si.endao'a di.tri't. I; w found he hs,lraJe some five rem.-,v: of civil o:!li er. inclnuitg the State d" prtmenU in Tim, and it wi n-zl tLat an f)rJr be ma in revrAing the ri tnoals in sch in'antt. And whatever sr.y be the proeee.-iir.g agree! on, covering a!! ir.e ras. it i v:rb perhaps that tf.a iuai,is fa : l.e j.ec:ai:y en4 anh ra'iT'jr tssnnii i that the I'rts tf t D'li I i t,1 h; f.'a in-t aad Fterrtary h'''T aave fieri i-i that these otlcia aha. 1 be feiara-eif Ait whaterrr rr.ay the frm '( orW agreH ap-,a it .ii . .ie w.iiiln the Bent dy or Iti ia o:T.-i! I'.rm. The Adm:ni'rai!'-n has 14 to remove L. I), ( axj-.l as lnor to Mexico. Kor a'ime lime he 1 aot sr. re pie 1 the v.fwsif t he S:t:e r.srtnM a U Lis re 't sr. ni with ths M' i'n li pi.:.lir, and lf-tlT did r.'.t gi to J .mr' L. a ilua.-U-rs al r;u' s?H. BY TELEGJIAPH. THE NOON DISPATCHES FROM PHILADELPHIA. Pim.AiiKM-illa, June 20. The Amnri can Varieties Theater was burned last night. The audiuuee and nil the per forators succeeded in escaping, except Faltio Stewart, who is reported missing. About one hundred and four feet of the front wall fell, injuring about half a doz en persons; it cannot be ascertained how many were crushed to death. FROM NEW YORK. Nkw Yokk, June 20. A special from San Luis Potosi, 3J, says the prohabili ties are greater for the trials to bo post poned on one protext or another till after the fall of Mexico and Vera Cruz and the arrival of the American minis ter. Meanwhile, to alluy excitement and satisfy tbe army, who clamor for Maxi milian's blood, accounts of his execution are constantly circulated. Tbe siege of tho City of Mexico still progresses. A Washincton special says tliero is very little doubt that the President will soon issue an order restraining the mili tary commanders in the South from all action declared to be illegal by Stan berry's opinion. FROM WASHINGTON. Wasuinotok, June 20. General Pope has telegraphed to Grant that the balance of the negroes have been appointed in tho Municipal Government of Mobile. Hon. Isaac Newton, Commissioner of Agriculture, is dead. FOREIGN. London, June 19. The riot in Bir mingham which, ut first, had a formid able appearance, was speedily suppressed "by the action of the Government. In the House of Co.nmons, this evening, Mr. G. Hardy, Home Secretary, announced that the disturbances there had ended, and that order had been restored and the troops sent under orders were to return to their former stations. The English Government having been warned by the landing effected by squads ofFeniuna at Dungaroon, has stationed a man-of-war in the channel to guard against a repetition of the attempt. Consols dosed at 941 ; 6-20's at ; Illiuols Central 79 ; Tennessee 6's :10 J. Litkbpool, June 19. The liabilities of Frnzcr, Trenholm & Co., it has been ascertained, exceed the assets by nwrly 1,000,000. Cotton closed easier ia tone, but priuei are unchanged. Closing quota tions : middling uplands, 1.14c; urieans, 113 J. The sales to day were 8000 bales. Provisions generally quiet. asked a senatorial tourist of a mulatto waiter who was looking tnrougn a win dow out west, during the late excursion, and was mistaken for a Pottowottamie. " Ob, I belong to your tribe," was the penetrating reply. IffiTThe New Orleans Times thinks Sheridan's removal of J. Madison Wells Is another illustration of the Shaksperian aphorism, " All's well that ends " Wells. FUNKUAIj NOTIOK. The friends and acquaintancss of Mat. 0' II or- ron are invited to attoad his funeral at o'clock to-morro? Cilst), frein his residence, on Main tl-pet, h'-tMrrpn TalW nml Smith. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS NOTICB-CONSTABLE'S BALK. By vir tue of an elocution to mo directed, frnra the office of W. S. Wnltsn, Ksq., I will, on the first day nf July. o7, at the corner of Main and Madison street, in the city of Memphis, sell to the highest bidder, for eash, the follow ing deseribi-d articles, to-wit: ONK COM Pl.KTK SET OK 61'RHICAti IN8TKU MKNTS, 1JMKDICIN K CI1KST, eto., in coin iilote order and now, taken as the property of A. K. Blocker, to satisfy said execution in fa vor of the stc:imer Mollie Hnmbletnn and own ers, for iwo hundred and fifty dollnrs. Sale to tko place within tbe hours iiroieribed by law. This 1MU day of June, lsi!7. J. V. HAWTHORX, p tJ IS. 1. c. s. c. Assessor's 's Oman U. S. Int. RsvkncO rT I-Mstiiict ov Arkansas, f j Emjisi, Abk., June 15, 1S117. J JMKST XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TH K il Anniinl Idftof Assos-ments, under the In ternal Kuvenu law, for the county of Critten den, will be submittud to the inspection of any nnd all persons who mny apply at H"pefiold, from tbe 2th to 30th dsy of June, 18ii7, when appeals will be received and duterminod rela tive to any and all exceieive or erroneous val UAtions or aBossinents made by Assistant As sessors In the Annual List. All appeals must bo made in writing and specify the particular cause, matter or it round of 00 in plaint. J AS. S. SMITH. lll-td Assessor 1st Hist. Arksnsas. H-vvlmiuliiy: Scliool ii B1TIIING ESTABLISHMENT, Foot of Union Street. Xo Danger of Drowning, T1UCE FOR THE 8EABON : Grown l'erson, - Hin I fhitdr.-n, - - ti Single liaihs, ' Cents. 1RKSS ROOM, INCL1DIXG BATHING. I " Iiress and lnwnls, SO rnts. Hwimmi'i J,...ns ciTfn three time a swl.MO.Ml A V.S, WK1 KSDAYrS snd l-KIDAVS. li.n.rs open daily from 5 am. t" 9 j..ti. sjl-m A. II. STKATM AN. GREAT AUCTION SALE AT 13 1-2 JelTeroir.Slrcet. 'I'llR I. RTK--T f T'irK'OF HOODS TH AT I aas miit offrd at ii;iii; auction 1 al this ! city, Vo bracinc Fine asd Medium Clothing, I'lixi: ;ooi, ami A l.AK'iE k mv.r,::T op I-'iti-nlvlilnif Cioodw. Hit T C iH Mi.ru-K AT7 0XXOK P.M. W;!i . 11 a! rr. ta' Anf'rt tba 4sf. t .ram -f. t r-' --if l 't. t.r1 t'.r ,n I f. f ' n - - -t Kf 1 !l .! . i J.r. St. v.r.rsiv;ii.i.,:-i.sKTt. i NEW ADVERTISEMENTS WHITE HI IAD, llou ttiitl Cut Herring, On Confisnniont, For Sale Low to the Trade. TRADERS, U7 No. S24 Front Street. AssKSHoa'a Orrirs U. K. Ikt. Rkvinui,' 1'iuar DisTKKTor ahksnhih, Ki.iiIS, Ask., June l- lsfi7. XT0TICE IS IIEKEI1V OIVEN TflATTnH 1.1 Annual List of Assessments, nniler the In. temiil Hevanua law. lor the enmity of Missis sippl, will be submitted to the inspection of sny and nil crsons who may apply a nsreoia, from tho 2Mb to With day of June, 1K17, when appeals will bo received and determined rela tive to any and all excessive or erroneous valu ations or ussesments made iy Assistant assoi. sort in the Annual List. All appeals must be mad In writing- and sueoily the particular cause, matter or jtround 01 complaint. jam. n. b.hiih, V'l-td Assessor 1st Pist. Arkansas PUBLIC LEDGER NEWSPAPER Aitn JOIJ O 1 1? ICE FOIl SALE. 'PUR DECEASE OF ONE OP TIIE PRO 1 printers of the Prsi.IO li!:noK newspaper and Job Office attached renders a sale of one half tho establishuieni necessary. Tho surviving- partner, in order to facilitate the settle ment of the partnership affairs, announces that the en tiro property in tho paper and job office, and food will, will bo sold. The title is un questioned, nnd the paper in a high stato of prosperity. The material is mostly new, and of tho very bost description. The Job Otlice is ono nf the largest in tho South, and enjoys the advantage of a rerular custom. In point of circulation, we olaim that the l'rnt.io Lemma surnaases any other paper in the State ofTonnosf.ee. XltUXII IS MIGHTY AND WILL PREVAIL. FACTS FOIl FEMALES. IIU'EftY HUSBAND WIIO HAS A WIFE I j sulToring with any of the following com- laints. should not fail to read : Irregular. painful or suppressed menstruation. Leuoor- rhora or Whites, Falling of the Womb, ulcer ation and irritability of tho womb, Hysterics, Chlorosis or Groen Sickness, Palpitation nf the Heart, Swimming nnd Uiddiusss of the Head, Hick ileadacho, Pains in the Hack, Side and I.nins, Irregular Appetite, Old Foot and Hands, Molancholy, Smothering Sensation, I'aleChseks, Nervousness, and all others pecu liar to the female sex, should not fail to use , DROMOO0LB 3t CO.'S English Female Hitters and be cured. You neod not be afraid of It, as it prepared by regular practiotng physicians with great accuracy, from puro and select Drugs. It is not a secrst 00m pound any phy sician ean call at our offioe. No. '.t.ll Main St., and examine the reoips. Ploase read A FEW CERTIFICATES. which we have selected from many that can ba soon at our office. From an Editor. Kosciusko. Miat.. M la ism Misses. J. P. DaoaoooLa A Co, Memphis: hunts t rernut rse to ad. m? unqualified - - . m i uBtj una qutbu my who 0 u? LVl0j uni- troublesome femalo complaint, tiiiiuu uuu viiHiiimtiy roiufted to yield to any nu u., u s-monim WHO UIHflDHCR 111(1 Ultingr! peculiar to their nea, as it truly mriu public vdi'-viii mill. cwimuHiiee, lourirtead, . C. K. MORGAN D, Editor Kosciusko Chronicle. A DOCTOH'S WORDS. LIST TO W0BDS OP COMPORT. CovPKBVlU.a. 1W laa.. Vh 9.1. 1Slt7 Messrs. J. P. 1koiiuool( A Co., Memphis,- Tenne.seot Sirs: We are having a heavy demand for your jtttMlitStl r K.M AUH xJlTTKlls. 1 think it is nil it professes to be-a good, effectual uterine tonio, one that b as been long needed in this oltrnuta whero we havo so many females suffering with diseases of tbe womb, that have resisted tho treatment of almost all practi tioners of tho oountry. I reootninond it at the counter and in my practice, without any fours ns to its good results. I ean gst you a number of certificates if ncoded. Your nb't serv't, J. A. P. KENNEDY, M. D. Cotton l'Inuter'8 Voice. ABSKVit.t.R, Miss., May 27, 18(17. Messrs. j. 1 4 DROiiuooLi i Co. , Al em pli is : Dear S'RH : Permit me to speak in behalf of your"KNtiMStl FKMAU01 MITTBR8." 1 honestly think it the greatest discovery of tho ago, aud that its equal for the treatment of female cotnala nts. is not known to tho civil ised world. The use of two nom.xa has re lieved my wife of a distressing female m- plnint, for which I had spent hundreds of dollars without oeneiit. 1 onoerlully recom mend it as a wondorful compound, possessing rare virtuos for the sickly females of our country. Your friend. JOHN P. FLETCHER. Doctors) Dou't IJlHitgroo AT ALL TIMES. OPK YOUR KAHH. Sarbom.tok, Mias., March 12, 1807. . H. Daoauooi.K A Co.: Okkts: We tnke pleasure in uilng your " KNULISH FEMALE BITTERS " it) our practice, nnd rocomraending it to all fullering leinalot who are in neod of a genuine uterine tonic. It is admirably adapted to the various female complaints of this' country, and sells well hero. YSur friends, DRS. YASSER A McKAY, fiEO.STOVAI.L,M.D., K. DALE, M. D. From Swamp or ArkaiiNUH. (Jiund Glaicr, Ark., Junefl, 18S7. MersRS. J. P. Driiiiiioiii.e A Co. : Oksts : Your ' tiKEAT SOUTHERN PRE PARATIONS" are tasing well here, and will, no duuht. soon becuire more popular than any medicinos ever inirnductd in this section of oountry. They will recommend themselves whorevsr tried, and will very soon be ablo to fan their own fame independent of all other agencies. Your " ENGLISH FEMALE BIT TKRS" acts almost magically in curing foinal j disoasJi'. Yours, Ac, RICHARD WALL, M. D. FE WAEfTH1.se ASES Which are prostrating so many fema'es alt over tho country, can be so easily remedied by using the ENGLISH FEMALE BITTEBS. Cad you doubt ths evidence of thoxe who have ut-e'l it ? Can you doubt the pmibility of beinf eiirdY L)o cut tisftpair, liutienJ at nc ami prrsrur one or inore bottle. Price, S2 M) Pr bettie, or thre bottle for t. Fur calc by J. P. DKOMtHt-uLE A CO.. My I M-io ttrpet. tf- A'-o to be ha4 of principal UrupgiUf la Ciiy aad Count-y. DROMdOoLK A CO.'S IWd IHarrliuMi Itcniedj-. One Battle will eure everal ortlinary casef of Ifiarrbire, Nausea and Vnintlinc. Crauip, IjnirT, Cbolvra Mrlun, pain ami tiripinr. It 1 ciftMHiinrly pU'nt, rhildrio love it, it fMiU the toiiinrh. imtj the nerre. rolievi the rein. Tititittttic end cramp', clikn the i4 !. ttf. It i uniiiinulHtiriff ia it etfeolj, r.-Mini xHMtthtrr itirdirinei which fire tuoe to the tttonjfcfh ana bowels. DlnrrhuNi ii oar aloft tronhlccntae ctmplettit during the UTroer nnthii, hurry in many, nut and younir, to untimely freven. 7 bou-nd of bu tn-tn Uvrtt c ttild be ei by h'Ti'm a Uttle nfth KKL !! AKkll'KA HKMKUon baad, to be riven at a motntnt'i warning. need ao Kfttr medicine than thic. A fw d rhfki the hwt-lf and rflievee great uffrin. It i iio lr U-trhed remrdy, it i nu rtot nor tt'crel, but it rr. -pared in your nihit L byti cin who are prartif'nf roeHirine io your tni l't, aad wbo are withur to bow the recipa, and to AVurrnnt Nat iiotlon ia e'-h end every na. To not eny wore i.f thope i'werfully eiicnuletiriff aed bH reae- dii pnt ep by lhe a bo Lev-r prHired tuedi rtr . bet try ur Kenapdv, w hi a it o ptoattvni, r,hf, rrtvinf , nitituuratinf aed imBi-ii-atr in ii rfli-oi. or youns, cbildrea or in- Uni a- it with dlicbu Mother, . r . r ;i l i. . I . ..in in. inrt titrm mi m I... u'.w, ..imv ... 111-. d-'k n rbis. and had y r. b. itr s-e t and rr.ir. ods -inf ni nnt' I'isr.Aii'i - Kt M Kl t , and bare II OS li.nS 7 I'rira. 1 1 uu i - U.uie. ,.r u .-oi' i-s f-.r i i '!. r'..r sJ by I'roriri.ii ia riiy n.i r.nirr. ni ny J. P. HlO.Mi.""i.K A ("O.. ill ha.A laaia suect. I DRY C O O PS , C LOTH I N C , G H. CLOSING OUT SALE IIK KNTIItK STOCK ni ArrnnTfi I I II rill . i ViiUllllllUf Damagod ly ths lato fire? A.T NO. 313 M Next to WARD & LeGUEIIE'S Drug Store. ' ' ' ! TIIE GOODS MUST IJE SOLD REGARDLESS OF COST OR VALUE tf Country Merchant; will do well to Loolr at tbis HtocU. Don't j?orcet tho Place t M. KRAUS & CO.'S, TXTo. 213 M.123l Street, Next to WARD A LeOUERB'S Drug Store. DRY COODS. ELSONS STILL AHEAD! ISO DAMAGED GOOD3, BUT 6ELLINO Warranted Sonnd and Perfect DRY GOODS At I.CSS Friers than Uaniagcil Good are Sold at. 0 WING TO TUB RUSH ATTENDING our GIlliAT CLEARING SALE, W ofTor at the followinic prices, ' FOR THIS -WEEK ONLY. Fat colored Calicoos, 12'-. to 15 cents Yard wide Brown bomuntins, V oents a yard, lilooohed Oomestics, from 111 to 20 cunts a yard. All Linen Table Cloths, only 1 30 ea-h. Ladies' Lioen Handkerchiefs, only tl SO per . dozen , Jaconet Lawns (now styles),on!y 22 cents y'd. Vine Orftandy Lawns at less than half prine. Trimming Kibbons, all shades and eolors.at In, than .pmiliLr rtrin. Our WIITTK (lOOI)S DEPARTMENT is couHiIete. and we offer all our White Goods at loss il:an .HALr YlllVE Cnttonaoci for men's and boys' clothing, from 18 to 40 oents per yard. Ladies' Whalebone Corsors, only $1 25 par pair. Gent's Linen Pants, from St 25 to $2 nor pair. Gent's Linen Vests, from 55 cents to SI 25 each. Gent's Linen Coats, trom $a 2u to tf ;J eaon. Gent's Linen Suits oomplote, only 5 75 each O.nl1. tin.. Rhipt. frnm SI 94 in $2 S5 ftftch. Gent's Putr-Bosom Shirls, from $2 to$25eseh. Gont'a Gauie Merino Undershirts, only $125 oach. We are Bound to Reduce Stock, and Must Sell our Goods ! Country Merchants will find they ean savs time and money by loosing atour siock. Hair Brushos, only 10 cents eaoh. Scissors, ill sizes, only 15 cent each. Tooth-Brushes, only lOeentseaoh. . ..i ai ion...i ll . uuuw., vulj iw fait, allies' Calf Shoes, all sites, from 11 to $1 50 per pair. Men's Low-qnarter Shoes, only $1 50 por pair, Boys' Hats, from 75 oents to tl each. 1 1 .. liji . CO V. THIH Is'no HUMBUG I OurOoids MUST and (SHALL be sold, and we will suarsntee niir prices to b LOWKR THAN ANY UOUSK IN THE CITY, and shall -Iwavs sustain our reputation as tao mammuj.ii iiioar STOHK1. Give us a call and try us. 1CLHON HUOW., 103-is 27 Main tret. THE LARGEST STOCK OF DAMAGED GOODS Ever Offered in Memphis, WILL BE OPENED F0U SALE. ON Montlnj', Juno IT", 1W17, At Wholesale and Retail, REGARDLESS OF COST, AT Second Street. Fauoy aud Staple I It "V GOODS, Clothln?, Eoots and Sliocs, HATH, NOTIONH, IX D A Large Lot of lllbbon. OHEEBW1LD A X.BE. "in l01ULVlt TllADi: FANCY G00Ds'7D K0TI0XS, OHTII aThKPIIY. No. 327 Main Street, op Stairs, f.r. rit. fla.l.M .n.l TUADEB1 Or ALL KINDS. At Low l'riooajt ('VI'.e. PUT TONS. PHt'.-HF?. FKIRT I I r.i la. Sir. I k M. and Fva, I' t , 4 M, 1 hrM4., rrrl.n.ry, llair O.la, .ri, I'mt d.ila-s. W.M.I.. f'srs. Nts Tias. lyo..m- lilal'H, lei, rar"-r. H'i-I, at Li Mail strax-t. up suairs. BOOTS A N D 8 H O EjJETC . TH -- T OF DAMAGED GOODS OF uTArriAUK I I ,VX I. Mil I V ip 11V1IV11sJ 1IUUIU will bs exposed for salt - A.IiV STREET, MEDICAL. Something New Under tne San. A New Era in Medicine. LET TUB SUFFERING AND DISEASED read the fellewiua i Let all who have been glvan tin by Doctors and spoken of as Incurable, read the following: Let all who ean bolinye faets, and ean have faith in evidence, read the following : Know all Men by Ihne TVescntt. That on this the twentieth day of June, in tne year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-six, personally came Joseph Uaydock to mo, known a such, and being duly sworn, deposed as fol lows i That ho is the sole general agont fur the Unitod State and dependencies theroof, for pre parations or medicines known as M AGGIKL'8 PILLS and SALVE, aud that the following certificates are yerbatitm copies to the bost vt his knowledge and bcliot. L. B,J JAMES SMEITKE, Notary Public, Wall Street. New York, Da. MioniKL : I take my pen to write you of my great relief, and that the awful pain in my side has left meat last-thanks to your medicine. Oh, doctor, bow thankful J am that I can gt some sleep. I can nevor write it enough. I thank yon again and again, and am sure yon are really the friend of all sufferers. I could not help writing to you, and hope you will not take it amiss. JAMKS MYERS, June 1, 18. 116 Avenue D. This Is to certify that I was discharged fr"rn the army with Cbronio Diarrhoea, and have been cured be lit. Margiel's Pills. WILSON HARVEY, NwYorkApril7,lin5. V7 Pitt Sueet. , Tho following is an Interesting oase of a man employed in an Iron Foundry, who, in pouring melted iron into a ttosk that was damp and wt caused an oxplnsion. The melted iron was thrown around and on him in a perfect shower, and he was burnt dreadfully. The following ertificate was given to me by him about eight weoks alter tbe accident : Kkw Yobi, Jan. 11, ISfifl. My nam is.Taonb Hardy : 1 am an iron foun dor; I was badly iiHrnt by hot inm in November lust; my burns healed but 1 hud a runninir sore on my leg that would not heal; 1 tried Muriel's Salvo, and it cured tne in a few weeks. This is all true, and any body can now see me at Jack son's Iron Works, Second Avenue. J.1IAUDT. WHAT THE PATIENTS SAY OF . Dr. Magglcl's Pills and Salre! , Extracts from Various Lettont.J "I had no appetite; Maggiel's Tills gava m a hearty one." " Your Pills are marvelous." " I send for anothor box, and k-cpthem in the house." " Dr.'Magyiel has oared my headache that was ohronio." " I gave half of one of your pills to tny bal for cholera morbus. The dear little thing got well in a day." " My nansoa of a morning is now'curod. " Your box of Maggiel's Salve ourod rue of noises in the head. I rubbed some of your Sulve behind my ears and the noiso loft." " Send me two boxes ; I want one for a poor family." ' I enclose a dollar I your price Is twenty-dve oenU, but the medicine to me is worth a dullar." " Send me five boios of your pills." " Let me have three boxes of your Salve by ieturn mail.M " The best Tills for headache I ever had." "My liver works like an engine, thaaka te your Pills." "Iam pleased to ssy to you, Dr, MapgicI that I would not be without a box nf your i'ills for ouring me of morning nausoa for the wjjrld." " You will find enclosed ono dollar. Your Pills are only 25 cents, but I consider them worth to me one dollar.' "Dxia Dootmb: My tongue had a fur on it every morning like the back of a cat. Your Pills took it away." " I took half a pill and crushed it to powder, and gave it iu jelly to my little babe for cholora morbus. The dear little pet was well in tlirt.e hours after." M I supi ose It Is hardly worth while to tell yen my burned foot has got well from tbe ne of your Salve. Eacloicd find 25 cents lor an other box to koeu in the house." "Send me another box of Salve." " Enclosed find 75 cents for two boxes of your Maggiel's Pills and one of Snlvo." " The most geutle yot searching medicine I ever swallowed." I Have Over 200 Buck Testimonials.' MAGGIEL'S PILLS AND SALVE are al most universal io their effects, andacurcc-n be almost always guaranteed. FORBILLlOl S DISEASES nothing can bo mere productive ot cure than these Pills. Their aiiuost limbic in fluence is felt at once ; and the usnsl ccjiu'uji taats of this most distressing di.eae are re moved. The. remedies are ma. In from tiie purest VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS. Th.-v will not harm thenioat delicate (eni lie, and wi be riven with good efloct in pr"s.-rile.l doaes to the youngeat babe. FOR CI TANKOUS Di UKDKKS and all eruptions of the rln tr. SALVE is must invaluable. It dorg not hfnl externally alone, but penetrates with the moat searching effects to the very root of the evil. DH. MAGGIEL'S PILLS ixviEisiLT eras Tsrx soli.owiso dihusbs Asthma. Iledahe. Bowel Cemplainls, In lire'iun. in nrwTiun, inr1unnsv idattjiiialjon. nvrurd U'fttlc.rM, Onshs, Colds. Cheat Diseases. CostiveneM, l.iver toioi'iaii'i. Drspepsia. Lownesa ol tprrils, Diarrhrea. Kiurworin, Dr.pay, Kbt-tiTn.nam, Iiebili-.y. Salt lUej.a. Kver and Ague. Sc.! it. Skin Diaeases. Each Dox Contains Twelve Pill.-, OffX riLL 19 A DOSE. V - lVoTiri. None rnoin witkoct tli rrW tre mark aro'irxj mh ftt nr h -i itmMi by lMrCToH J. MAiHilKL. New York to (HnntniHit vhtcli it felony. 1 t T ll ri''TaM Pwtlfiniti M i- inncsf tnmrnout th Lflt-e 6utt to l I'm' dtu. .U wmi rr box or pru "CrTrrTt ! )lur ri II r!el PiK' ' F1t with litt' pimFh'ft iciij t)i h -Th r bormi. TH rninii hr ram r ' Haydk on box ith tr of J. Marc-rl. I. Tb rnuin bav lb 1'iiJ tarrouDtifi Viator foolers and Ice free ipwt tz 12 1: i h li st RFCEI V FP. f ALL H7.K- A bc-st Style, at tbe t t-ine M- r. ..I 1'lLLl.N A IMVMunC .Ndatii tu. Jane 17,