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() Co- - ... ,i $3,000,000 I insurance Company, OF COLUMBUS. OA. CiihIi Ansel 1O0,OOO! TIIK KTATE INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NASHVILLE. TENN. Capital, KJaoO.OOO! trE INSURE MKK P0LICIK8 ON All V the Improved pliiii, nl take note for one-half the premium. N extra charge for ?."tl'i.i.r.l li.i.lina anuth at ill seasons of n.avr.r. Aim iiiaupo against lt r danisw l.j- Bre on houses, merchandise, lurntture. ewj., "('rice-North west corner M disoa and Main . .- fcrm..m 1'Mn l"1 " r " " 1 II PUBLIC LEDGER. OIHco. No. i:i MndUon Wtreot LARGEST CITY C.KOTLATION. MKMHHIHl Friday Evening. Jnne 21at. 1867 FOIl VEIfK, illiHSON fcTIIlIDGI, OF WEAKLEY COUNTY. FOR CONGRESS, Hon. JOHN W. LEFTWICH. TOR STATE SENATOR, lion. JOHN XV. SMITH, OF SHELBY.: FOR REPRESENTATIVES, Hon. BAN. AI1LE. Hon. XV. XV. COIEMAX. FRUITS OF THE WAB. Our excellent Western cotemporary, 1'ie Peoria Democrat, thinks that " the question for the South to solve has prac tically narrowed down to the equality of the races, or a loss of property negro equality or confiscation." W think that tjie statement would be truer and RlronRfir by using the conjunctive, in place of the disjunctive form. Jacobin ism demands both. Negro equality, go fur as polftical and civil rights are con cerned, is more than attained. In the ten Slates of the South, the privilege of the negro is greater than that of the white man. In our State of Tennessee, that portion of the negroes who adhere to Rrownlow, assume to possess, and do possess privileges superior to those pos sessed by the white population. (We do not include white Radicals with tho white population.) A black skin. is a passport to tho ballot-box ? A white skin raises a doubt, suggests a question, and encoun ters, in most cases, a refusaj. ISo, sir, Radicalism demands negro superiority. In one respect, we indorse it. Negroes, in our opinion, are better, and should be held in better estimation than white Radicals. The latter make instruments of the former. The instrument that cuts a throat or degrades a man is not, gen erally, guilty. It is the vicious mind, the base will that employs it, that de serves the judgments, the punishments, and the execration of mankind. The white Radicals who aspire to mount from the backs of the flattered, fooled and betrayed negroes into the official saddles of the South, include in their satanic programme the idea of confiscation of the estates of Southern gentlemen. Yes, confiscation I What is the argu ment for it ? It is a fruit of the war ah, it is the ripest fruit. To rebel " against wrong aud fail, is to enthrone wrong as the presiding deity of society. To fail to protect your life, when it is menaced, is to forfeit if. To fail to pro tect your property from a thief, is to lo calize bis litlo to it. If this is not the spirit of radicalism, we beg to be placed in a lunatic asylum, aud forfeit all our old clothes to the first naked Radical that corses the light of heaven with his presence. If the burglar who attempted the otfief night to stupify Mr. Cirode with chloroform, had succeeded in cap turing his property, the failure of that gentleman to resist the effects of the drue would have given the villuin a title to all ho could lay his hands on. Ac cording to Radical logic, the property would have been a legitimate fruit of the burglary. A man who defends his purse from the hands of the highwayman, aad is shot down, is justly killed. Why? Because ho attempted to defend his rronertv. and failed. Failure is the great crime of the age. If you succeed in robbing a bank, you mount up to power and respectability at once. If you fail to save your property from the clutches of a common thief, you are a ruined man. Well, then, the " lost cause " tl but another name for lost property. Confiscation, founded upon the Drinc.ple we have elucidated, will b attempted. It will not succeed. Why it cannot succtl, it is not our present purpose to explain. But every man in the South, from whose home confiscation would drive him, looking dawn into the mazzle of his rifle, knows why it cannot succeed. That fruit 'of the war will never be gathered by the villains, white and black, who are holding their baskets to catch it THE STJR2A T TRIAL. The Kurratt trial is .r.pirwtig, but not to the satisfaction of the accused. A itn t-s lias bf-en fi-nnd who swears lijllit lo the point desire to be proved hy the prosecution. He says he was oear Turd's Tl.. ater on the right of the as t:it ination ; taw 1? oth and two of the ,.,n, axn neuru ' atcdly cull tho timo uin the clock in the lobby of .ui ater. That one, lit' swears posi tively, was John II. Surratt, the prisoner at the bar. "I seo that man now," he said; "there he sits. I have seco his fiice frequently in my sleep since then. It was so very pale I could never forget it." This testimony reminds one of the style of evidence given by Boston Corbett at the Wins', trial. The cross examination by the defense may suggest the question of whether it was not only in his "sleep" that witness law the prisoner. Yerger and 8ale woulJ not desire better fun than to put this witness to torture on the gridiron of " sleep." FEOORE88ION. Austria is making great and liberal reforms. The trial by jury in criminal cases is guaranteed, and it is not neces sary to have a voting certificate before an Austrian can sit on a jury. Despotic, absolute rule is abandoned. Similar reforms have been made in all the des potic governments The tendency of all Europe is to liboralisin. It is only in Re publican America, that reform is progres sing in the opposite direction. Such a government as that of Tennessee, would not be tolerated in a Russian or Austrian province. Peland is pardoned; Hun gary is restored to all the liberty that an Austrian possesses, while ten republican States of the great American Union are governed by the will, and subjected to the discretion of five Brigadier Generals. OTJE SITUATION. t - ' Will the Government of the United States, that assumes tho power to reduce ten States to mere military districts, view with unconcern a remaining Slate bathed in the slaughter of its people ? Will it not protoct us from tho vengeance of a local army, organized to domineer and torture the great masses of the peo ple ? If the North possesses any princi ple of justice or magnanimity, will it not demand that this state of things shall cease? If the Government fail to pro tect us, if the people of tho North, secure in their persons and property, laugh at our calamity, have we no redress left? Abandoned by the Government, scorned by the North, and pursued to the death by the local authorities, are we not thrown buck upon the inalienable right of self proteetion ? tTbe State department has received a dispatch from our Consul at London, giving an alarming incyaseof rinderpest anions the cattle in England. This in formation was communicated to the Sec retary of the Treasury in order that effi cient measures might be adopted to prevent its introduction into this country. J6T Tho old Abolitionists who engi neered their dogma on through con tumely and fiory trial to victory, are not clamoring for the blood of the ro'.bed and desolated South. It is only the new converts, many of whom were once slaveholders, that preach blood, burglary, sword, torch and turpentlae. i BST" In Kansas, and Western Missouri the grasshoppers are damaging the hemp crop. We trust it will not be seriously affected. There is a great deal of hang ing needed in those sections, aad the scarcity of rope might interfere with business. tot General Pope has telegraphed to General Grant that it is untrue that a negro had been appointed to the muni cipal government of Mobile. He says the offices aro new filled by the best men in the city. . SeThe Department of Stale as in formation that the court martial in the case of Maximilian for the present has been suspended. Pennsylvania Democracy. Tho Democracy of Pennsylvania, by Iheir Slate convention, has sounded the key note of the contest to bo fought out in this counliy. 1 bey say: That the Radical msjority'in Cong, ess, and those who sustain them, have over thrown the constitution, dismembered the Federal Union, and subverted our republican form of government, by a long series of usurpations, among wbictt are the following: The denial of -the right of the Slates or the Lnion to repre sentation in Congress; the treatment of ten States as subjugated provinces, and governing them by military force in time of peace; the cuaclmeut ol laws denying indemnity for or red and false imprisonment made without au thority of law ; the resistance of the au thority of civil tribunals, and their over throw by the substitution of military commissions for the trial of undefined offenses; their efforts to deuroy the ex ecutive and judicial departments of the government by threatened impeachment, to coutiol executive action, and a projected remodeling of the Supreme Court of the United Stales, to force obedience to the venal mandates o( Con gress ; the ejectment from their seats in the Federal Senate aud House of Repre sentatives of members duly and legally chosen; the purpose of confiscation, avowed by the Republican leaders, in violation of the declaration of rights and other guarantees of Federal aud State Constitutions, tending, as it dors, to de stroy all protection to private property, advancing them l'.r on the high road to repudiation. Mr. Greeley's Age. From Ui Highland (Conn.) Democrat - It seems that there was a bet in our village on the age of Mr. (ireeley, which, according to the Messenger, was settled by relerence to some musiy History; it being there found- that he was bora at sometime, making his age, according to the almanac, lifiy-five years. But, in the best sense, be is but forty-five For he is insured in the America Popular Life Insurance Company, and the scien tific surgeon in-chief of that company, Dr. Gunn, after a thorough examination of Lis case, his ancestij, good habits, etc , decided to rate him down to forty five veirs. aad the company has insured bis life tor 110,000, at the premium of fi.rlv five Tears, abowmf that to be the trae market rate at which b should be counted which means that Mr. ireley at fifiy-fve has as long bfe before t at as tl.K average of men nave Ht lurly live. Mr. GrM-U-v cans of a remarkably li.rg lived anrelrj, ha. the beat of halnts.iainU'lliceiif, cwetul of liis liealtb, and io every way worthy of li.e ratine he lias received. It will be a pleasure W the friends of the editor of the Tribune to know that thefinsy' long enjoy ' his writing, and that he has the promise of a long and vigorous life. It must also be a aaliel'uUion to Mr. Greeley to have it decided by such competent authority that he may Iny out his plulis of action for raany.a year, with every expectation of having the opportunity of accom plishing tliem. t It must also be a source or gratifica tion to the long-lived, to tho friends or temperance, and to the promoters of in telligence, tt know that the virtues they inherit and cultivate are appreciated by at least one company, and enable them to insure their lives for a correspond ingly small sum. BY - TELEGRAPH. THE NOON DISPATCHES FROM NEW YORK. Nitw York. June 21. A special from New Orleans says 8beridan has issued an order removing deputy sheriff and constable of Jefferson, Texas, for re- . i ii : fusing to execute a warrant teguuy is sued, for the arrest ol ft murderer. Attorney General Stanberry opinion, if carried out. 'will probably defeat the Radicals in Louisiana. Minister Campbell has gone lo Wash ington. Sheridan telegraphed firant that the last returns of registered voters, of Louisiana were 87,483- There are a large number of whites entitled to regis ter who decline on account of objections to the Military bill. FROM WASHINGTON. v Washinotok,' June 21. The Govern ment has been informed officially that Santa Anna had arrived at Vera Ctuz, announcinc that he had come at tho re quest of Juarez arfd Maximilian, backed by ft Upited States eommander. Leroy, of the Tullahoma, believing Santa An na's statement to be false, caused him and suite to re-embark, and conducted tbcm twenty miles out to sea, and there set them at liberty, with instructions not to appear in that vicinity again. Special dispatches say there is au thority for the abatement tbat Seward enclosed in a letter to Juarea copies of dispatches from Queen Victoria and Nanoleon to the President, asking the United States Government to use its in fluence with Juarez to prescrvo the life of Maximilian. ' The Herald says the impeachment testimony has all been arranged, and will be submitted to the House in July with out ftny report accompanying L ; , Jefferson Davis' Pecuniary Circumstances. From the Dotton Post, . TU.. ttflo. Ko.n vAriona atorics about Jefferson Davis' pecuniary circum stances in circulation, some io me cneci that he was absolutely destitute, others stating that a fine property in Canada had been given to him for his own and his family's occupation. There is not much doubt that, notwithstanding the fairs and donations in his behalf, his means are small and that it is with difli culty he secures even a comfortable sup port -And in this connection it is in teresting to remember the mstcrial prosperity he abandoned when he em barked in the rebel cause.. ,"! ' He and his brother Joseph owned to gether one of -the largest and finest plantations in the South. It was most advantageously situated near Vicksburg, and was stocked with nearly two hun dred slaves. The product of this plas tation was famous for excellence and commanded the binhost prices in the marke' Probably the cash profit yearly amounted to over $100,000. It was care fully manag-d, and every year became more lucrative. When the rebellion ex ploded, and Uncle Sam placed his broad, confiscating paw upon the estates, they bad deteriorated somewhat, from want of the usual care, but they are still as rich plum in the real estate line as Dixio could display. Government sold (he plantations and everything on thera but the slaves, to former slave of the Davises, fur $100,000, prol ably in veiy easy payments, and on fa vorable terms for the ex slave. . He proved to be an enterprising man. He speedily had a largo force employed, and, possessing judgment and experi ence, as well as industry, his work pros pered. This year be will clear $80,000 profit. At such a rale, he will booq be out of debt, and ns powerful a laudlord as ever existed in lue South before the emancipation of his race ' Perhaps he is the individual who contributed so much or the relief of Mrs. Davis and her children, and by his generosity en abled her to supply her husband with tbe comforts that not only cheered his prison life, but pro' inged bis existence, it would not be the only instance of such ft natn re. r MAKK1UU CUTTIXd-CROSBY.-On Thursday even ing, Baxter N. Cutting aad Mm Mary A. Crosby, at tba reaidene of the bride's fathar. JJIKO. WIT.T.IAMR la tbtteiir. on FilJar. Juuo SI, ISC", at tha re iden.- of bis father, No. 7 Cnioa street, Arlhu Douittin Will am, ac d 10 years and 8 monlha, to i of (.en. Joserh K. and Mrs. Jaaa T. William. Funeral tervlce by Rev. Dr. White, on Saturday alt: moon, June Tl, at 4'j o'clock. Can'ain in attend ance th r'inVnrf. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS VIIITi: HIIAI, Iioo nud Cat Iltiri-iuy;, On CoDflsameot, For Sale Low to the Trade. TRADERS, 07 No. 324 Front Street. NOTICK CllNSTABLK'S 8ALB . By v tuaof an ext-etiiion lo rue d'rretcd, fr m thaoffieam Wall.. Ki.. I on the 6rt day of Julylv.7, at the corner nf Wain acd Ma.liMa tr t.. m tba ei'yuf Mem h.. I In the h.rhei hi-niar, ea-b. the follow. int d-ritl article. u-wit: ONK COM- i-i.k r k ti t-: r ik m roical insthi:- u i. ST.; l-WKIiiriNK CU h?T.etn.in eoia- I'let . inter and near, t..a km the ri.iiT of A. r. Mrhr, o .mt.iytaia nwun. m i v r of tha .t career Mull. Hmhl.t.,n aiH own era, for wo hun.lr. and Inly dollnr.. Sale lo take I'laca within the hour, pre.crtoed by law. Ihu 2i"ia diy uf June. 1- 7. J. W. I! AUTHOR. I H i . I. C. S. C. Aasasoa'a Oi-rira 1'. f.. 1t. RiTrara.'J hla-IT I'lfTST.-T I'F Atl.'n... r I4i. A Juoa li. H7. I VOUCH IS IIEKKBYUIY.S THAT TDK Anneal Li.t..t Ae aaenta, aad- T the In ternal K.-Tnut law, f..r toe e"nly of Cntiea- "I TWl , Will OV .Hril.l 1 .-.. ... . I.r ... - i l-h i - . r aad all rer. w s. m.y a4.fl at M t eCeld. mm io. i.i lu n. 1 ii.i, "-w att-M will le rerr.v. d and d'-iermined rela tiTe U any and all He of err,.e..o ai- uatii.n. or m-e-,nei,T. w te ty Afiflant A r..r. in lit. Annnal l.i-l. All aelAi n.a-t Kw WiBrI in wilit.t and '(Ws-tfr Ih. t-artiratar r- wi"e ... r .and ul e..r.liU J A!8. K I'M IT II. V Id A-?cr 11 1'i.t. Aikai.-aa AUCTION SALES. FIVE CITY RESIDENCES AT PUDMO tSALn. V UlKllllUfl or m. .1. m. . :n -i ... .k t.:ul.u. 1. .-.....,.. s.M , t uilntro KHQ., liddtr, irimee, we win u u u Thursday, Juuc 27, at 12 o'clock, On the r"mi"". BRICK I)WEL- I.1CIIM3, lliroo aionra niirii,- cuiiuiiium .... rmiuii each, situatod In Ilia Anthony tjtrout Jll'.CK, ai IIIO Comer V I . ' ....... I.U.4 uir.il within half a ("iiinre of Main siraet and Ovor ton llotul. Thu i some of thaiaott valuablo nuidetiee property In the city, poeins ad vantaiMof location winch inkft alwaXSbiu Ilinnd rood tenant at full prices. Kadi huuie win oe flout eeparaioiy. ana in. purohnior will be entitled lo receive the reut r....n. .1.. ,1. nf .inn lha forma of l.uill ..in " ' . ' saleareaoHiiilteilwiih. .. . TIIK NALK tYiui. i ruBiiivc iiu .... nri'L-lil'i l.u r..l.,n. nlllwUl iVE-l., UUH lu. ..,.. tonus: Ono-fourth oush j haluoceon four and ...!. mnniha. with lion retained and aunrovod pt nnnal security. Aar-1 it le umiuenuonniro. KOYc'iEK, TKEZEVANT 4 CO.. 100 Auctioneer.. . OF VALUABLE CORNER LOT, 1 in Second and foplar Sts. TV, ARE DIRECTED TO OFFER AT Fuulio sa'o, uu Thursday, Juno SStli, Upon tho iromi, iinmr Jiatoly following the inle o the property of Anthony Ktreet, Ki"., that mot vnlunhlo properly at the NORT1I- EAKT 1'uKMb.tl Off bkiiui assu rur I Alt 6THEKT3. ownoj by Albert (Jrahain, Es...7l'i foot equare. Tho property will he undivided into three lots of M;' foetoach, froniin on Second street. TERMS Hull oi'h t bulanu) In nix month,, with interest. se:urod by deeds of trust. avar Title porfret. ROl'Si'ER, TREZEVANT A CO., 1(1(1 A"ctioneor.. THUTII IS MIGHTY AND WILL PREVAIL. FACTS FOK FEMAtES. EVERY HUSBAND WHO HAS A WIFE sutTorlng- with any of the following coia plaint... should not fail to read: IrretnilRr, i.ainful or aumireKsed memtruation. Lcucor- rhoca or Whiten, Falling- of the Wonih, ulcer-j ation ana irritability ol tno wnuio, iiysiorimi, ChloroBin or Green Bicknmig. l'uliiitution of tho Heart, Bwimiuinir mid (ii.ldinwii ol tho Head, Sick lloadaehe, l'uins in tho liaok. Side and Litinn. Irrogulur Appetite. Cold Feet and Hands, Melancholy, Smothering Sensation, I'aloChrokii, NervouD3, and all others xou liar to the female sex, should not fail to uao DROMGOOLE & CO.'S Euglish Female HUlcrs and bo cured. You nooil not bo nfrniil of it, aa it prepared by regular practicing phvuiviiiim with great accuracy, from pure and aelect Iiruw. J t is not a scoret compound any phy- iciau onn cull at our office, No. 301 Main St., and examine the roaipe. l'lcuso read A FEW CERTIFICATES, which wo have selcctod from many that can bo seen at our oOico. From an Editor. Koscrcsk-o, Miss., May 23, 18fJ. Ms?SRS. J. P. Drouoooi.r & Co., Memphis : ()ST3! Perimt me to add my unqualified testimony in favor of your ENOLIbll FE MALE HITTERS. IU uko has cured my wifo of a perionn and tronMuPnnic femule complaint, which had obstinately roiusml to yield to nny other trea.ment. I recommend it to nil females who may bo suffering wilh diseascsand ailing., peculiar to their sex, ns it truly merits publio esteem nnd cerilidunce. Your friond, C. V. MORdAND. Editor Kosciusko Chrouiclo. A DOCTOiTs" WORDS. LIST TO W0BDS OF CU3IF0RT. CoKFitgvn.LS, Miss.. Feb. 53, 18i'.7. Messri. J. P. Dkouuuoli & Co., Momphis, Ten no see: Sirs: Wenro having a h.avy demand for your " KNOLISH FKM ALK BITTKHS." I think it isall it professes to be-a good. eU'cctuat ulerine tonic, one that ha, been long needed in this climuto where we have an many fuineh i uft'eiing with diseases of the womb, that have resisted tho treatment of almost all practi tioners of the oountry. I recommend it at tho counter and in my practice, without any foars as to its good results. I cun get you a number of certificates if needed. Yourob't sorv't, J. A. P. KENNEDY, it. V. Cotton Planter" Voice. AnsitVM.i.s, Mtss., Mnv 17, 1SIS7. MfSflin, J. P. Droucooi.s i Co., lemphis : llRAttS'Bs: Peruiit me to speak in behnlf of your" ENHLISU FEMALE HITTERS." I honestly think it the grestest dilcovery of tho age, and that it, ooual for the treatment of female oomein nt,. is not known to th civil ited world. The use of two iiotti.ss has re lieved my wife of a distressing female com plaint, for which I had spent hundreds of ilullurs without benefit. I cheerfully recom mend it as a wonderful compound, possessing rare virtues for tho sickly females of our country. Your friend. JOHN P. FLETCHER. Doctorni Don't Dlsarrco AT ALL TIMES. OI'K YOU It EARS. ' Carrou.tox, Miss., March 13. 18o7. Mi ssrs. J. P. DaoHoooi,! & Co. : tlK!T: We take pleasure in using your "KNliLISH FEMALE HITTERS " in our p-aetice. and recommanding it to all fullering teiualot who are in need of a genuine ulerine tonic. It is admiruliU adapted to the various female coiupluiut of this country, and sells noli hero. Your friends, DKS. VAMSER McKAY. ;b. stovall, m. d., E.DALE. M. I). From SwnuipM of ArkauMan. OiuKD Oi.aiic, A sc., June 0, ISfiT. Missrs. J. P. Dsiwuiioi.a A Co. : (Ikntk: Your "(IKEAT SOUTHERN TRE PAKATIONS" are taking well hero, and will, no doubt, soon b coine more popular tiirin any medicines ever in'roduced in this section of country. They will recommend themselves wherevrr tiled, and will very soon be able to fan their own fame independent of all other HKoncie. Your-ENOLI.SU FEMALE HIT TtRS" acts almost magically in curing fosuis dUoaso-. Yours. Ac.. RICHARD WALL, M. D. 'FE WALEDI.se ASES Which are prostratiig so many feiua'es all over the cuantry. can bo so sasily remedied by using tba EXUL1S1I FEMALE B1TTEKS. Can yon doubt the evidence of thoso who have used it T Can yoa doubt the p..sibility of being cured I Do not despiir, kut send at once and procure one or m..re bodies, price. 1 2 M per butt's, or three bottk-a for .-si. For sale by J. P. DROMilOOl.E .t CO., m Main street. -Also to be had of principal DrurdsU In City and Count y. DROMGOOLE k CO.'S UctI DiarrhPM Kenielj. One rtottle will cure several ordinary eases of Iliarrhora, raa.-ea ana vomiting, tramps. Cholera, Cholera Morbus. Pain and (iriping. It is exceedingly pleasant, children loveit.it cools the stom.-vh, quirts the nerves, relieves the pain, vomiting and cramps, cheeks the bowels, etc. It is unsiiutalaliDg in its ll.-eo, IKessinc soothing medicinei which giro tone to Hi, stomach and bowels. l)Itiiii(n. is oar most troublesome complaint dnring the idrcm.r nonihs, hurraing many, old and ouag. ta uatimely graves. Th.a.aa.la of ha-m-'n lives ennld be s.ved hy keeping a bottle ofll.a H r L HIAKHIIiKA KK.Mt.DV on hand, to be vn at a uomaul a warning. ClilIroii T'OtlIntr reed no berfer medicine than this. A few .Inses check, tba bowels and relieves great soiTering. It is no far fetched remedy, it is in. pateai nor ocrl. but is prepare in yoormtd.t by pbrsi cian, who are rracticing mnncinc in y..ur nn l-t, aad who are wuiiut to rh..w the recipe, aad lo Wnrrniit HntIrctIoi in each are every ea. Uo not vm any ww.ra ..f i r.werfulir .1 1 rnuUtiM and a.rf rwase di put aa by th'e wt.n neecr practiced iue.ii- emes. bat try or Jteme.lv. wnira umo p,..m. eo".lin. reriTing. ut!.tin.laui,g and iiDme.li ate in u ejects. OH or young, children or in Ul'i it with deinhu Mot li or. S'.rr. TncTrV.cf cf your taml'v a.iirht be Utit w ii h the Iharrh.r a at a ll n. r ,ine of lbe-e 4,k r.-. l.t. and r vlr ar- .tU i. r kii! '.d e ttt'e of UU I'MKKlM-t kl i 1. l nJ t..re it bn4 ? Trie, i 1 p botlle. T .l bottle, f., 0". tti by J. P. i-hOM F. i CO.. ill DRY COOPS, CLOTHING. G- 3L CLOSING OUT SALE 'UU0 I'lNTIKH STOCK OP RltV KOOIIS, CLOTIIIXC, NOTIONS, l!O0TS, SHOIS, Damaged by th Into fire, will la exposed for sale . JVW NO. filli STIUiET, ; Next to WARD & LkGUERE'S Drug Btoro. XIII3 GOODS MUHT 11VZ SOLI) REGARDLESS OF COST OR VALUE J-Country Mercbontw will do well to JLsooli at thisj HtocU. Don't ITorjrot tho lIuoo t M. KRAUS & CO.'S, XSTC. 52X3 MIeELirL Stroot, Next to WARD IieQTJERB'B Drnw Btora. DRY COODS. STILL AHEAD! NO DAMAGED GOODS, BUT SELLINO Warranted Sonnd and Perfect T3K-Y GOODS At Less Prtees than Damajcod Uoods are Sold at. . . OWINa TO TUERUSn ATTENDING our JKKAT CaLEAKIXG SAM:, We offer at the following prices, FOIt THIS WEEK ONLY. Fa4 colored Calicoes, 12' to 15oentfl. Yard wido Brown Dom'sties, 6 centa a yard. Bleached Domestics, from 10 to 2(1 cents a ynrd. All Linen Table CI Ois, only f 1 M each Ladies' Linen Handkerchiefs, only 1 60 per dor.cn. ..,. i Jaconet Lam!new slylesl.only 22centi a y d. K.ne Orgnndv Lawns at less than half price. Trimming Hibbons, all shades and colors, at los thnn regular prices. ...,- , OnrWHITK OOOD3 DEPARTMENT is complete, and we offer nil our Whuo Uoods at lei, than HALF PRICE. Cottoaado, for men's and boys' clothing, f.cm IS to 40 cents por yard. ..... I adies' Whalebone Corsots, only l 25 per pair, dent's Linen Pants, from II 25 to $2 P' fair, dent's Linen Vests, from !,r cents to 81 2jca:h. Hcnt's Linen Coats, from $2 20 to :t M0 each, dent's Linen Suits complete, only A 7S each, (iont's Linen Shirts, from II 25 to $2 each, deal's Puff-Booin Shirts, from $2 to2 50eeli, dent's Onuza Merino Undorshirts, only $1 25 each. We are Bound to Reduce Stock, anil Most Sellout Ooods I Country Morclian Is will find they can save time nnd money by looking atotir stock. Hair Brushes, only 10 cents eaoh. Scissors, all sir.es, only 15 oonts each. Tooth Brushes, only 0 oents eaoh. Bovs' Boots, only II 10 per pair. Ladios'Cftlf Shoes, all sisoj, from lltoflW Men'sPLow-.?narter Shoe, oMy$l 50 per pair. Hoys' Hats, irom 7i cents to 1 each. Men's Hatr, from tiOnent, to 12 each. THIS ISNOUUMUUUt Our (Joods MUST and SHALL be sold, and wo will guarantee onrpriceVto be LOWEK THAN ANY HOUSE IN THE CITY, and shall ..Iwnys sustsm our renutalion n, the MAMMOTH CHEAP Sl'OllE. Give ns a call and try us. KLSON imOS, 103-i4 2OT Main itreet. THE LARGEST STOCK OF DAMAGED GOODS Evor Ottered In Memphis, WILL BE OPENED FOB SALE, ON Mondays Juno 17 1H07, At Wholesale and Retail, REGARDLESS OF COST, AT ZZZiG Seconil Street. Taney nnd Slaple DRY GOODS, Clothlns, Kools and Shoes, HATS, NOTIONS, Axr A Iirge Lot of Itibbon. QREENWALD & LABE. lit ri CUU LKDGEK NEWSPU'EC .I0 1J OFFICE ion SAIAZ. 'P1IK T'KfEAcE OF OJfK OK THE rRO 1 pr,ctr.of the I'l !. I.eiMira new.pn.er andJobOlbca attached renders a aa'e of one ball the f-.tubhshment nec...r. The surv Tirir.t psrtni r, in i.r.lcr t- facilitate the settle ment ot Ihe partner-h'P aflmrs, annennces t.ial li.e eniire prfj-riT in the pir and ).,b oSioe. and r""l win, win i"iu.. r ,,ir-t.. red, ar t Ibe rm.il m a lnrh slate of If b. terybi-rt deninon. ihe J.-b lifhoe woie..f li.e iarce.1 ia the South, an t enioys Ihe a t .! we of a r.ml.f eu.t..in. Jn.in. ..I ciresilalion. we et.im ibal th I rt ir 1 saipaaMai any W r Ihe Mate ! linn DOOTS AND SHOES, ETC. US J. T OF DAMAGED GOODS MEDICAL. Something New Under the Sun. A New Era in Medicine. IET THE SUFFERING AND DISEASED J read the fallowing i . Let all who have been given on by Doctors and spoken of an incurable, read the fulluwiug: Let all who can believe facts, and oan lave faith in evidence, read the following: Knavi alt Men by thnt Vent, That on this the twentieth day nf June, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-six, personally oaine Josopb Haydock to me, known as such, and being duly awom, doposed aa fol lows: That ha is the sole general agent for tha United State and dependencies thereof, for pre parations or medicinoe known as M AddlKL'S PILLS and SALVE, and that the following certificates are verbatuui copies to the be.toi his knowledge and hnliet. IL. S.J JAMES SME1TRE, Notary Public, Wail Street. New York. ' Dr. Maqoisl i I take sny pon to writo you ol my great relief, and that the awful pain in uiy side has left ma of, Iwny-thanks to your medicine. Oh, doctor, how thankful 1 am that 1 can gt some sleep. I can never write it enouxh. i thank you again and again, and am sure yon are really the friend nt all sufferers. I could not help writing to you, and hope you will not take it amiss. JAMES MYERS, June 1, lbtj6. 110 Avenue D. This Is to certify that I was discharged from the army with Chronio Diarrhoea, and havt boon eured be Dr. Maggiel's Pills. WILSON HARVEY, New York. April 7, lStt. 57 Pitt Su-oot. The following Is an Interesting case of a man employed in An Iron Foundry, who, in ponrin, melted iron into a flask that was dump and wet caused an explosion. The nicked iron was thrown around and on him in a perfect shower, and he was burnt dreadfully. The ful'nwins certificate was given lo me by hiui about alght weeks after the aocidoni: . ; . Nkw Yost, Jan. 11. W. My name Is Jacob Hardy i 1 am an iron foun der; I was badly burnt by not iron in November last; my burns healed but I had a runniag sore on my log thnt would not heal; I tried Muriel's Salve, and it cored me in a few weeks. This ii all true, and any body can now see mo at Jack son'i Iron Vorks. Sooond Avenue. J . LARDY WHAT THE TATTENTS SAY OF Dr. MasRlel'8 Tills and Salve! Extracts from Various Letters.! "I had no appetite; Maggiol'i Pills gave m a hearty one." " Your Pills aro marvelous." " I send for another box, and keop thcai ii the house." "Dr." Mnggiel lias cured my headache tha' was chronio." " I gave half of one nf your pills to my babi for cholera morbus. The dear little thing go' well in a day." " My nausea of a morning Is now'cured. " Your box of Jlacgiel's Salve cured tne el noises in the bond. I rubbed some of you) Salvo behiud my ears sad tha noise left." " Send me two bosis ; I want one for a poor family." " I enclose a dollar your price is twenty-five cents, but the medicine to me is worth a dollar." " Sond me five boxes of your pills." "Let me have three boxes of your Snivel) Jetarn mail." " Tho best Pills for hoadacb I over had." "My liver works like an engine, thaakg tt your Pills." " I am pleased to say to you, Dr. Maggiel that I would not be without a box of your 1'iili for euring uie of morning nausea tor the world." "You w'H find enclosed one dollar. Your Pills are only 25 cents, but I consider them worth to me one dollar.'' "Drib Doctor: My tongue had a fur on it every morning liko the baokof a oat. Youi Pills took it away." "Itook half a pill and crushed it to powdor, and gave it in jelly t.) my little babe lor cholora morbus. The dear little pet was well in three hours after." " I suppose it Is hardly worth while to toll yen my burned foot has got well from tlso uhe of your Salve. Enclosed And 25 cents for an other hex to keep in the house." "Send sue another box of Salve." " Enclosed find 75 cents for two boxes of youi Maggiel's Pills and one of Sdve." The most gentle yet searching modioli ) ever swallowed." I Have Over 200 Such Testimonials. MAOOIKL'B PILLS AND SALVE are al most universal in thoir effects, and a cure can be almost always guaranteed. 1-OK BILLI0U8 DISEASES nothing eaa be mere productive ol cure than these Pills. Their almost magic in fluence is felt at once ; and the usunl concomi tante of this most distressing din'oso are re moved. The-iQ remedies are msde from the purest VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS. They will not harm themof delicate fvmale, and can be given with good elfeet in prescribed doses U the youngest babe. FOR CUTA&KOUS DIS ORDERS and all eruptions of the skin tht SALVE is most invaluable. It does not heal externally alone, but penetrate, wild th most searching efiects to the very root of the evil. DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS IXVAKUSLT CCtI TITS fOLIOWlSO BISKiSgS Asthma, Heidache, Bowel Complaints, Indigestion, Counha, Influent, Cnlds, Intlainmiilion, Chert Disease. " Inward Weakno", CostivMiess, Liver Cotnplmnt. lyspesia, l.ownes of ep'.riu. llarrho-a. Ringworm, Irop-y Bbeumalista, Debility, Salt Rheum, Fever and Skin U.5rw0h. Each Box Contains Twelve I'HIk ONES Pill. 18 A DOBF. Novrrg. None gennine without Ihe en graved trade mark aronnd each Kit or beg signed by loCl'R J. MAtlGItL, 'ew York to eoanterieit which is felony. Bw'Jnli by all rvispeciahle Dealers in Med icines throngr.oul th United Suta and Cana da, at 2 cents per box or poL ' Cit-TrrsrT 1 Hoy no Mageiel Pills or F-vIre with a little pain h let inside the box They r aoms. Th genaiae have naaM of J. llajdock on box with name uf J. Maggiel, M. P. Tb genuin have th Pill urreunded wilh Water Coolers and Ice Cream i." it K i: x k it h II ST RKCF.IVKD. OF ALL S17.ES AND l U-.t style. i the Out. r-t. re "f PILLIS A HAMMOCK. 2M Main tlrwt. June 17. IV.:. PARE AUTIIORIV.Fn TO ANNOUNCK ir. n .li.ll M W l.rKTWH'll asaosn- ilidate f..r re-elootioa tu th Congreas ef Ihe Vnlte.1 Hlates . SPECIAL CARDS. CAY0S0 SAVINGS INSTITUTI0X. MEMPUIS. TENNESSKK. , Banking House 19 Madison St. This Institution, organled In DM, bas keen In continuous and successful operation for the east ten years, continue, to transact a GENERAL EXCHANGE AND BANKINO BUSINESS. Will receive Deposits', Buy and Bell , rorslgn & Douaeatlo Exobance, a.ltl, Sllvir and l'nrrr,at Moasy, ' SELLS Exchange In lums to suit purchasers, n London and all the leading cities of the Unltod States, and will make eollections on all accessible places la the South and West. E. M. AVERT, Cashier. 101 .T0H T. TiAMKlt. Pmldont. f FOR RENT. T JV IV Av Tj 11 A A V 1' A v A A ' fU.Ka.aollaea rn Ti.l alroltf Km . fl -snn TTVTH iPHJrt WrAH ilATT IflVQ Poplar street and Ohio Railroad, with thre rooms, besides kitchen, servants' room and storeroom; also, a oottage newly repaired, on Echols street, near V.nce, four rooms, large yard. eto.. will bo rontci low to rood tonauU. Apply to C. C. WARD, Of Ward k Letluere, 2r Main stroot, 111) Opposite Wnrsham House. UU imw wimi0"ii viii'i"siit."i "" v" IXlR KENT A COTTAGE HOUSE, WITH r six rooms and kitehua, for rent, and furn iture for sale, i'or f'trihcr particulars ai.ply at No 84 Monroe) atreat. ,VR KENT 110 1 BE ON BRINK LEY A V cnuo, and one acre ol grounn.six pr seven rooms in main house. Apply to J. U.DoDDH, No. i Howard Kow, or r. H. CLARK & 117 ' ljOU KENT A TW0-8T0UY LRICK 1 Dwelling, of six rooms, kitchen, etc, oe Adnins, between Third end fourth streets. A pplyat HoomjH Mosby block. Front st. Wt 1" .MR KENT LOW-A LAIWB DWELLING House. Inquire of rr A. rOIIKN. 374 Mnin street. WANTS. UfANTED-A 6ITUATI0N (A WHOI.E y sale Grocery preferred) by a young man ' who is convorsant with tbe business, and whose connections in Tennessee and Mississippi aro nutnorous. Best city references givon. halary a secondary ohjoot. Address "A. B cure Simpson. Usdden A Co., No. 202 Front street, Memphis. !" WANTKK-TO KXOnANUE A FINK FARM.s'xteen miles suuth of Momphis. near Miss. A 1'enn. R. R., for a general stock of Dry Goods. Apply linmedistoly at. TAYLOK, GAY A RUTLAND'S. 9 31)4 Front stt. T T A NTED.-K V. LLOGG 'S U. 8 MEKCAN TILE K KUISTKK wants smart, intelli gent agents. The Chriuliau Slnuriiird (Cleve land) soys: "It is a cotiiplolo book of refer ence for business men on tb thousand and uno mutters which thoy need to inuuiro about ev ery day. Within a thousnnd pagos thoro is oompressed more of th rjiht kind of knowl edge with less needlrss niatorial, than wo have over known before." No competition. Sells well. Only $3 Sent pnstnaid. Specimen pages froe. Y. D. KELLOGG, 110 Nassau street, New York. WANTED.-LIVE M F.N AS AGENTS and purtnora, with from $10 to $200. Live agents iniiko from $20 to t2i per dny. Apply at No. liW Jeffersonst., east of tbe brnlgo. 107 ANTE D BOAR D ERS, AT 17'Ll N D EN street. Have thr( nico rooms, well furnished, for families. Location hoalthynna d ryj Aim I yon the premises. 7H-0.'t yyANTED- Old Cast Iron. Old Wrought Iron. , Old Co;-per, Brass and Load. . At WESTERN FOUNDHY, 711-101 Fhclhe strectopp. flnyn.n llnnse. FOR SALE "UOR SALE FURNITURE. I HAVE A V handsome lot of Furniture for snlo at low figuros. Apply soen at my residonce, on Pop lar street (extondod), or lo Moody Wimbish, No. 4 Bratley Block. ini JOHN F. MILLS. FOR LEASE- ITiOR LEASE OK RENT THE PK0P4IRTY ' known as the CEDAR GARDEN, situated on the corner of Smith and Wellington streets. Apply to J. W. JONES, on the premises, or lo J H. OAS". 221 Front street. i7 BOARDING. BOARDING. FAMILIES OR SINGLE gentlemen can obtain board nnd good rooms, also day boarders can be accommodated at 3!t4 Second street, between bayoso and Ileal streets. TjOARDING TWO GENTLEMEN WITH I) their wives, and several dny boarders, can be aecotnmodiit..d at 22 Bt. Martin at., at rates to suit tho times. 1111 . TAAY IIOARD.-A FEW GENTLEMEN J t can be accommodated with Day Hoard, with price to suit the dull times, by early application-at No. 110 East Court stroot. two SUtisrcs from til pnrk. 'm. ESTRAY. rrroi R E W A R D. STRAYED OFF rCKJ on tho "nth of April, a rod COW. expected to calve in May. wilh both ears split, a white spot across the butt ol her tall, bi ended on tho left hip-hsir not yet grown out. Ilia nbove reward will bo paid for her return to PAT. SHAN LEY, Winchester avenue, near Memphis nod Ohio R. R. work-sbon. 1' OJJNJD. FUNAfALL ROLL OF BILLS, Near the Poplar street mnrkot. Thn owner can have it by calling at SO Exchange street (.Tt..n.ledt NOTICES. XT0TICE.-I WILL NOT SETTLE ANY i bills, unless oontractod by me or by my written order. g. DRKYFUS. ItK). No. m Bral street. TVTori'K the firmITkTT: v7 i s m a - IN RYE, 2 Union street, Is this dev dis solved, by mutual consent, J. J. Lewis will continue the business at the above '"."' ,1. .1 I. p. VN IS. E. V.MAYBK. JyTemphl.. June 17. 1SWT. TOTICE M Y WIfE, Mus. MARY bPECK, having left my bed and board, from Cot tonwood Point, Arkansas, without any provo cation, this is to notify the public that I will not be responsible for any debts sh may con tract. LAWRENCE SPECK. Memphis, June 11. 1. XTOTIOE-NO RILLS WILL BK PAID BY 1 W. N. Eakin k Co.. unless contracted ty me in person, or by my written order. M M. N. EAR 1 1-. Vcr.nnry4. TT. GREAT AUCTION SALE AT im:iu afc HHO.'S, 13 1-3 Jt'iTornon Xlrorl.' rpilE LARGEST STOCK OF GOODS THAT JL haa ever been offered at PUIILIC! AUCTION .' Ia" thisity.'eaibracirif Fine and Medium Clothing," rir.cE tiooi , AND A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF furnisshinyr GooiIh. SALE TO COMMENCE AI O'CLDCK P.M. Till .ell at privste .tc durint the dev. CVme early and re, ..,ir .nt.ply. htore for r-ni d f. t..r" t..r s'e. ht'tliA l'.R'.. 1 Jetter..n s,. M. C. CA V C E A CO., Aacu..ni-ra.