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j. T. WIWT . tUVI'N, SiOOP.E A WEST, ' 1 AULNTi rOKTHX " Life' Insurance Company, OF J1AHTKORD, CONN. Cits!) Assets over $r,000,000 ! . i Tim: 7i;oucii a. Ilcmo Insurance i Company, UK C01.UMBIIS. OA. f 'HMli Ahki Ik 100,000 l THE NTATE INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NASUVILLK. TKNN. ALL i not la for iharM fur Huuni of traveling enn r.ii" -, j aruage i. elo., 'uKF.rr-NorthwtVorncrMadisoaand Msln UK trc-ts. ;cinr.nm. I PUBLIC LEDGER. lauukst tin n.R(Lli4?S m m V,i OH I Ml W iW SB CI Monday Evening, June 24. 1867 I Oil COTEBXOB, iRSON OF WEAKLEY COUNTY. FOR CONGRESS, Hon. JOIIN W. LEFTWICH. FOR STATE SENATOR, lion. JOHN W. SMITH, OF SHELBY.! J FOR REPRESENTATIVES, II ou. JAJu AltLE. ' Hon. W. COT.EHIAy. FEO-MILITABY PASTY. . The opinion of tlie Attorney General lias set the whole Jacobin party to boiling and hissing. A meeting of Congresi in July is demanded. Congress will meet, and teach the finalitvites that the reeom slruction meaxnre was not a finality, and that, do aa the South will, she is not to have peace. The President, detesting the measure, was still bound tt enforce it. In hie veto messages he dissected it, and showed that if established a military despotism over ten States. Congress . denied the justness of tbe construction, denounced it bb fulseand passed the bills over the veto. Upon a careful in vestigation tli legal mind of Mr. Stan berry discovers that, in terms, they are not so arbitrary as tbe President thought them to be. This construction has mad dened tbe Jacobins, and they now find it to be their policy to admit that the Presi. dent's interpretation was correct, and when they denounced it at the time as false, they themselves uttered what they knew to be false. They knew that if they admitted the justice of the views con tained in the veto message a majority of two-thirds eould not be obtained to vote for the measure. It wonld have failed. To secure its passage, they denounced the veto as a tissue of falsehoods. Such is the character of the Jacobin party. Congress roust reassemble and amend the reconstruction bills so amend them that the black vote shall overwholm the wliite. This is to be ab solute. From the letter of the law it is ascertained that too many white votes can be cant. This will not do. The negroes mnst be placed in the ascend ant, and step to the command of the loyal masters, who will be placed over them. Gen. Sickles has taken tho role of "J. N," and has attempted to "remove the pressure" by tendering his resignation. We hope it will be promptly accepted. Tbe Cincinnati Commercial, a Radical sheet, makes tho confession that " the purpose of Congress was clearly to give power to the mili tary commanders to do whatever might be necessary to prove to the South that the President was not master of the situation that the policy of tbe people of tbe North, who had carried on and fought out the war, should be carried out in ppite of the President." This was - di'iiied in the debate on the bill. Stun ncrv's opinion, it was found, would leave the President " master of the situation." That he must not be. That prostituted shppt, the New York Herald, says: " Congress must meet in July. It must meet with the resolute will to carry on ihe movement, now greater and more necessary than ever, of impeaching and removing Andrew Johnson from the ex ecutive chair. If it does not do this, then the war will have been in vain." We are ioclined to the view of the Rational Intelligencer, that it is clearly the purpose of the cabal to venture upon the formation of a pro milL tary party, pledged to spoil, plunder, and proscription, as the systematic instrumentalities of power, to be inau guratedthrough successive declaratory resolutions of Conrre.a, purporting to interpret pa3t legislation a judicial, not a legislative function ana to be ex ercied, as it h always been in Mexico, ondVr tbe national motto, " God and Liberty." They hope to establish tbem !re and Generals Schofield, Sheridan, Pope, Ord, Sickles and Iloward, and all t!.e subordinate commanders tn me Kmi'Vra Slates (includ'rig those of the Frwj men's Bureau, and tbe majority of tbe i f rom military and civil, in tie tt r- ice in the South suth a sympathy, hy .,nl but uver.tfnl d.grees, aa may suite, lirotigh disobedience, the arm cf ,!,. ,0; li'-r with 'h mtr;ne of tbe par ti. in for t! titabUtinmt f a nri fJral $vtrmul. . I,.k ,.'. HS munaTRKET PARDONED Longstreet has been' pardoned." Why not Le, JohnUon, lleauregara Waa not Longstreet a rebel, and ,nd he one of the lieroes of the rebellion V I less guilty than others? Why pardon him of an offense for which the feoplo of ten States lavu been stricken Irorp roll of ciliaenship and placed un lh ,r the govorniuBnt of bayonet ana .... What atonement has. ne he ntnde that others have not made? Why -,,,iri limit and Radical members of r.,ii rooinmend him as a subject for pardon when tUa aim oLeuiMwe hangs menacingly over Lee T ; "as i.o ciliated the Radical frarty ng casting his fortunes .with it? Then, ad is) the sparry in pmw't nrn.it irovemment There is no ..nv.rnmenl but the Radical , par ty, K'n crime ' has been committed, if, not cemmilted against the, Radical .' k H rrtmivMi unlet party.- so onf slt" uat vi .---ti forgiven by ' the "Radical parly. Drop down upon your knees to Butler the Koaat and Stevens and Brownlow, and the land will swarm with pardons. Say jo go with the Radical party to the f na ef time end to the-jeW of a devour hell, and von will be requested r.Uh all the dicnitT of an American citizen. 1 Do tbW, an you see the Radical leaders drop the dear colored people aa they would drop so many stinging insects. The offense tbe white men of the South commit, is simply this : Having beoa conquered by the Radicals, they will not attach them selves to that tarty, but affiliate 'ltbi Democrats. Longstreet is'said to have accepted, and. sincerely,,, no doubt, the Radical creed. For this, and for this only, ho has been pardoned. - ; r ACCOUNTED FOB.! ' "-i", !', The 'sudden breakdown of impeach ment at Washington took many persons by surprise. The cause operating in favorof the Presidenthas been accounted for in various ways. This, from a Bal timore paper, will strike the reader as singularly characteristic of the party: "W uneet that one of the strongest reasons Tor not urging impeachment this time is that if Ben Wade got" into the Presidential chair ha could not be got out until 1872. This would ipoilthe little plans of Colfax & Co., for the nom ination in 18G8. , We have always believed that if Mr. Fessenden had been elected Vice President instead of Wade, the President would have been impeached, for Mr. Fessenden would not have been in anybody's way in 18C8. Certain it isj that men who, but the day before, were fierce for lmpeachment.-W sooner did they find Mr. Wade the Vice President than they turned around and became eminently conservative or openly against that measure. Curiously enough, all the irentlemen thus affected were either can didates for the Presidency, r expected to be. One of them, when asked by a friend about it, and who no doubt repre sented the views cf the others, said: WelL sir. I was for impeachment' but when old Ben Wade was elected Vice President I went against ft, foryon know I have some ambition, and if that old devil ever gets into the Presidential chair, we can't get him ont oatil he dies. - THE DIFFERENCE. ,.. . , President Johnson, in his message vetoing the reconstruction bill, lays: 1 T, varl una. the vhnlfi normlatiori ef the ten States all persons, of every color, . .nj r.nntitinn.' and every stran&er within their- limits to the most abject and degrading slavery. 4 no.mairajr crcr 1 l . ...I.,. n KKfiolnfcn Aver bis slaves linn m ' i"" ' . . ... . ... as this bill gives to the military olhcers over both white and coioreu persons, a oronu o.rr ventiim nf republican "ipfl j . - - - - - -r ' - government in ten States, ana puts the ife, liberty ana nonor 01 mi iub pcupm .. 1, iliom unrler the domination of IU 1 1. 1- v.. . " - ft sinele norson, clothed with unlimited authority. ' ' ( ; ' j ; ' Mr. Stanberry, in Ins opinion, Bays: t,o nmn.r funetionis to Dreserve the peace; to act promptly when the peace is broken, aed restore order. ' Whca that :. ,in.n nj ttin'ivil anihoritv may SL'ftin safely resume its functions, the military power becomes again passive, out on guard and watchful. This, in my judg ment, is the whole cope 0 the military power conferred by this act Johnson knew what the law was in tended to be. Stanberry states what, by its Urms, it 1 Ihe Kadical papers ana orators now admit that Johnson was icht. that Stanberry's opinion is un answerable, and that.for what they hardly now, the former must be impeached and turned out of office. If our govcrn- ent is not now a model, it soon will be, is not improbable that, In a few years of Radical rule, the tide of emigration ill flow back to Europe. THE SEW FACE. One of the most ainguUr of faces of many-faced Jacobinism, is that developed by Stanberry s opinion. . hon tbe mili tary bills were passed, the pretended ar was that the President would not execute them. It was demanded that they should be executed to tbe letter. For this purpose, Congress delayed an adiournmeut When it did adjourn, committees were left to watch the Presi dent and report upon his conduct, tie resolved to execute the measure, disgust ing as it was to him. But to dofnis, it became necessary to ascertain w'aat it meant It was necessary to construe it The Attorney General went to work and di d construe it Without denying the cor ictnejs of his interpretation, the whole artr has been rjlureed into the most rec par profound agitation. Fower cannot be found for chopping off the heads of civil officers. The law dees not cnni-iin it Yet, the Jacobins demand that Sheridan aad Pone shall he susvained. The law must be executed a& the Jacobins wrote it, not as the interests of their party, or the suggestions of their malice would requite. They clearly aiV Johnson to violate his oath. Ha cWarly aays he wiil not d i it Coy- Female suffrage, when once in auciir'ed. wiil soon admit wornea loth jury box. Then what a rush there wiU be amorg the masculines to getoi Janes. . NO COHVElfTION. - The Mobile fVfttinMakes thl view Of tlia Hutv of the neople ot Alabama: To seen eaiety ny rrecoorucnuu. r.i under tfie Radical programme,' is lik ..liintrinff inin' tka aea to cet Out of i ;e a -,- shower or to use a mere familiar illui- tra,tionfc jumping out of tqe frying pan intd the fire. Our only hdpe of salva linn lina in the overthrow of tho Radical party, not in entering the ranks of that party, torch in hand. To adopt tue re inn Yae-cnlledY aimed lit by tl lie ShermaVbill, Jato' kU.intenui and ur-. PQo,'. -Kltli UDot- RadiqaJcolora, Our neighbor, the Times, in an article .tnra.V. )ieadeJ "From BlaeKU Red,? demonstrated verj clearly, thq inevitajble leniency of Radical jneasnres. ' Of.tb.ese measures, reconstruction under the Sherman bill, is the very fill du regtr me'nt of'tlie Radical chasseurs ; the pe measure, .of. general and f pnyate ine blaeV hiij-lot i ?bose ;wJtnl U pregnant with a litter ol red fiends. Let ever man register and vote against the at tempts to move the State in the direction of the threshbold of such a creature's dPtl,a, My-vote "No Conventiop.'! 'J " THE ORAHD SCHEME. ! The sheme of Radicalism for retain ing power i this State is deeper, darker and more devilishly ingenious than most people suppose. First, the great masses if! Wte people are! Misfrahohiaed. Second, all the male negroes of proper age are enfranchised. It is deduced from these two facts that the Radicals, by securing the colored vote, esq carry he Stt. There is, howevet, one danger to guard against Emigration of white men frnm.aliroad maT nosslbl flow into tbe State, and, becoming identified with the naoule. ultimately achieve their libera tion. To guard against this contingency! the State must be kept in siich a state of embroilment as to frighten oH emigrants; Outrage must be the order of the day, and violence must walk forth the master of the situation. An army, organize4 far thrf nurnose. must give the reputation of the State a stab that will render it ..!., n dt in eninn tn. but a claceonl? fi( io JyVrorin this" way thdRaflcfcls maj" Vole" ior'y ears Emigration nd capital must be kept away, that Radij calism mav hold the State. Is not tbiS agrand scheme T ' 1 1 1 H TH1 BITTJATIOS 1 U ' J J Thn Louisville Courier thinks there is no doubt that President Johnson con-! templates the restoration of all. the civij officers removed byae tuiiitary com" mandants of the Southern "districts.". Wells will be again Governor of Louisi ana; Monroe will once again exercise the functions of his office as Mayor ot VovDrlenna: Judire Abell will resume .the' discharge of his official duties, end Mayer Withers, of Mobile, will be re nlftced in the position from which he was ejected onacconiit of the Kelly affair. These are a few of the changes that may be expected immediately. For the future the officers appointed under the recan Rtrrjetfon" act ere -to-be confined within the limits indicated in the opinion laid befnra the Cabinet bv'Attorney General Slanberry.iit Beiri understood that the President's views and those of the At torney General are strictly identical. : WESTERS SOCIETY. ' -J9 " The town of Elwood.. in bleeding Kansas, was recently the) ecene of a nitrhed battle. broueht on in an attempt nf anme of the citizens to rid that town of. a number of lewd women,., who had oUnl,i;lirl .'themselves! there, to ' the annoyance of the cornmunity. ' A crowd eathered in front of the nuisance and stormed it,- buvthe dVellers.inside, with their allies, made such resistance that the attempt to carry it by assault failed, and at last accounts tbe. attacking toree bad drawn off, and wore meditating oa a , more successful way of reducing the ' stronghold ! T "0HFOKTUHATE CHILD- j k- -The St'Couis Timet says a female in i vansas. who, after years of long and 1 patient virginity, succeeded in trapping husband, has - named' her first bdrn Benjamin Butler Stevens. The Hindoo mother who casts her offspring into the ftiiees to fill the toavr of a rapacious crocodile,' is not mo, raercilcse, as she lestroys life at once, while tbe former ias branded her child with a name which rill render him' ' miserable as long as .lie lives, and in exact proportion to the length of his days. CHICAGO WIT. S This, from the H'ism, is what passes in Chicago for wit. We give the follow ing instance prominence as indicating tL. uia uui(t ii, .a moral town IM. DW.. W. ' J . . -- known as St Louis.' A crowd had gath ered on a corner, and an excited indi vidual, panting with heat, rushed up -to the scene, exclaiming: . ! 'T " What's the matter ?" "Only a man killed," was the reply. " Oh f Is that all? I've been running like h 11 and d nation. I thooghtjt was a dogfight". KO8S0IH AOAII. ' ' -KuaiUth's letter to Desk, protesting against the eousummation of the scheme of regenerating Hu ngary by crowning as her King the Emperor of Austria, con cludes with these sentences: If T mav tint f arrvfrimv prave the sat isfaction of success, let me at least take with sn UitUer a hope lor the lata re et my country I Lead ber not to suck sac rifices as may rob me even of this last hope! : ' I know that Cassandra's role is an un thankful on. WeiKh thoe, however, the remembrauce that Cassandra trill right ! toT Tbe eleventh day of the Surratt trial brought, forward another witness whd was Very confident ifl his identifica tion of the prisoner as a man he saw in company with Booth cn the da of the assassination. This makes the sixth witness who testifies to Sun-alt's pretence in tbe city on that day. The defense, however, maintain that they will be able to prove a complete alibi. ' HeiyThe President has telegraphed General Sheridan, instructing him lo extend the - time for registration in Louisiana to the 1st of August, on the ground that it would last in other States until that time. General Sheridan had previously telegraphed to General Grant that he proposed to close the registration on July 10th. ' : ' 1 SThe genuine negro minstrels," tho Georgia ban J, tiow" performing 1st New York, are said to he much more amnsing thus, and fully ks Uleptud as the best of . ' - ; . . the imitation companies. WJ tasy jor realism, which now seems to exist so extensively, ought certainly to encourage the real live Ethiopian serenador. ; i 1 1 ; . j. i 1 i J I I l- The Ne York TW6tn of Wed nesdny fcontatn's tW' following r It is rumored that amoug the distinguished persons who have keen invited by Louis Napoleon to visit the Paris Exposition are the Shah of Persia, the King of Con go, and the Hon. Lewis D, Campbell. ) 1 tttyEngland boasts of her civilization, aad by way of demonstrating it . has permitted a midshipman In ber navy to be 'bound 'down and branded on the boss with the sign of lhe ' " broad arrow." These exhibitions of discipline are becoming quite common. , .' . The latest news from Chicago represent s boarding house burned three torpses -, taken.' frprn, the ruins man killed by a police officer rape of a child suicide of a girl on account of a corset, and other agreeable incidents., ' ' ., , ... .,11. . 1 1 , y.t ' .. t&" Douglas Jorrold, calls .women's arms the serpents that wind about a man's neck. killingbis best resolutions." The "oldost inhabitant" says ho don't object to them kind o' serpents. . ISTTho King of. Abyssinia remains true to his declaration of love for Queen Victoria, and. declares he will hold the English Consul in prison uat'4 sha con sents to give him her band, '- '.' "-"' ; 1 ' t&" An itinerant pen peddlar named Thomas Edwards, stabbed a Miss Carter ia the shoulder at Springfield, 111.,' the other day because, she refused to show him the color of her' gaiters. ' ' " ' ' j IS? Santa Anna is said to haveswung his cork leg into Mexico, 'and is once more at the head of all the armies.' l.Tbe story must be taken with some grains of allowance. "V ,, . ', k. . ".' : . 1 . . in , ' 1 i , &8"A general Veer drinking trial has eome off in Germany.' One mad drank twelve gallons in half an hour, the other fifteen, and both hurt ted at about the same time. , 1 .' ,-" .... i . 1 io ii .-ft - t&" A Jacobin paper Bays of the Rad ical members' of Congress : They have tamed rebellion. . They now hate to deal with an insurgent President aad Cabi net' ','!". '. ' ."k. i- , 1 A revengeful individual swore lie would have revonge on a man who had offended hiin. j "By Jove," said he, "I'll buy each of his boys a tin horn." BY TELEGRAPH. THE NOON DISPATCnES , FROM NEW YORK. ' Nbw York, June 24. Havana dates to the iTlh report that Captain General Marzaco has resigned. ..11 Secretary Seward has requested that proceedings be stayed in the case 'of the bark 'Ocean Home until he has time to investigate the matter. '; ' The capture of Santa Anna at Tissal is confirmed. The cause thereof is said te be on account of a proclamation he sent ashore to create a diversion in his fs.vor. '. . ;' . : .-' . News' from Vera Cruz of the 13th states that that city had surrendered to General Tobada .,-.'. ! - AspiHwall advices of the "15th report the stores of the principal merchants of Panama, 'which have been closed for a week on account of fifty per cent in crease in' the commercial tax, have opened again. ' Arrangements have been made by the merchants with the Presi dent, suspending taxation . for the pres ent, thuk giving 'tbe consuls time to communicate with their governments for instructions. European advices per steamer state tbat the Order ef the Garter is to be con ferred on the Emperors of 'Russia and Austria, and missions are to be sent from England for the purpose. The same honor is to be conferred en tbe Sultan of Turkey, who goea to receive it in person. "' ' ' " The Pelaoder who attempted to assas sinate the Czar is still in prison. He makes no disclosures. The La Liberti ssarrts that the Czar had asked Napoleon to spare the life of the would-be assassin. -Letter from Rome ay it is thought that Archbishop Spaulding will return to America as a Cardinal. ., General Sheridan ha , telegraphed General Grant declining to extend tbe time fofvegiatraliei -isi -Louisiana in compliance with the" President's condi tronaHnstruction,' on the gTonnd that the registration had been completed, and be did not like keeping tip ex pensive boards to sait the new issues at tha eleventh hour. He charao- teriaea the Attorney Geaeral's opinion as the broad road for perjury and fraui to travel on, and remark upon tn Pre sident's bitter atgonism to the reeoo, Law. If after thU report the lime is to be extended te dts'res la be notified, and will obey. De wonld dJ so il oics. bat lb President telegram was conditional - . FROM WASHINGTON. WxsHiiroTov. June U There is to dnebt there will he ,orWi ia bo'a Houses oa the 3d of Ja'y. AUCTION SALES. PEKRMPTOBY AUCTION SALK8I - . r ' THREE TEN ACRE LOTS! V I WE WlLT.OFFERWrrHOUl RESERVE to the highest biddor, on "( Wedncaxlny.Jniif) Otli, s AT 13 O'CLOCK. Af bnr Ple room, Ho. 178 Feenml ilreeT, Ayrer Biiil.lhiK, rHRHg TKN AOKK LOT. vivinr lit thutu uf eiablyaarua of wAnd -ai olnared :in l,in lh" Ainbureronibi traet, on the Rs Iol.'h road, four mitoa from tho city. "A niMi or tli around, may ba sen at our olliee, and wo will ihoit thn trotl'tr t rnrtio deairoul of axi.uiiiiiim bfora tba lo. , Titla irtaet 1 F.KMS One-third cauli baliinto in one, two and three years, with intarawU ' Also, at the Same Time ana Place, ; THREE BUILDING LOTS Thlrty-feur feet front by n humlrod and oiiihty feet deep, situated in Ulli's suldirisiun, east tide of Walnut S'rcct just south of Tale "xBRMS UalfsMht balnpes.ln six months, wilh interest. ... t . ' The.e lots are Well mrloswl, and are strictly flrst-oliwa property. U'be sal i peremptory and without reserve. .;; . ' ' The situation is very Jcsirablo, boin near the termination of the Vance street railroad and bt.iAsnei Aiwdomy v .'. !. ' " -W)XaXJilK,RE"iEVANT ft CO.. 9fi . , Auetiftnrs. FIVE OITY RESIDENCES AT PUBLIC SALE, j BY DIRECTION' OPM. J. WICKS; ESQ, Truatee, we will sail to the bishest bidder, --.,(.!. . ' . - c;. ;.!.. ... Tiiursday, June 27, at 12 oVloek, On th premises, FIVE BRICK. DWEI LINUH. throe stories bich, pontuimug too rooms each, situated in the Anthony etreot Blrcli.at the corner of Scoond and Poplar sts., within halt u square of Main street aad Over ton Hotel, 'this is some of the most valuable residence property in tho city, posseimn ad vantesof location which matt always oom lnand food tenants at full prices. . " Kaoh houso will be sold separately, and the urchasor will be entitled to receive tbe rent rom the day of salo.aa loon as the terms of sale areootnplied with. ' TUK SALK WILL BE POSITIVB AND WITUQUX RESKKVK, upon the fpllowint torms: One-fourth cauli ; balance on four and ixht months, with lira retained and approves personal seourity. ; -.ij" Jtlr Title unquestionable. . ' KOYSXEK, TREZEVANT St CO., ' 100 Actloneer. AIUJXIOK WALK '-. .'I t; !!.. ' . ' . . : I, v.- r 1 OF s I VALUABLE CORNER LOT, Cn Second and Poplar Sts t ; WE ARB DIRBCTKI) TO (OFFER AT Public Sale, oa ., -i ; r-.-.i Xliursday, " Juno .'Sirtli, : :y AT Xl CCLOCK, r.:-.v j Upon tho premises, immediately preceding (us siile o' the property of Anthony Street, Ksn., that most valuable prdpertvat the NORTH KABX COKNKR OF SECOND AND POH IAR 8TREEI.3. owned, by Albert Graham, Esi..74'4 foet equare. The property will be subdividoe into thre lots-of feetoach, fronting on Peoond street. ' ' , ' TERJUS Half eash : balance in six months, with interest, secured by deeds of trust . SW Title ferfect. ' j 1 t)Y6IER, 1REZBVANT CO 100 Auctioneers. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS " WHITE ) 8IIAD, ! Roo , (Hid Cut Ilerrinflr, ' ' On Consianmant, ; . For Sale Low: to tbe Trade. i . TRADERS, - 97 : No. 324 Front Btreet. WM. o. swam. ' o. r. rouTa. ... - .' . '' acvt A o SWAN & rOUTE, i ; ATTORNEYS. . ." ' ' ,,'-,vM:I!MPHI8. tespecial Attention, given, to Matters In i: ... Bankruptcy. ? tSU OFFICE-DESOIO BLOCK, Madison street, between Main and Second. ' 122 MXTCtEWH6M IT MAT CONCERN. X Parties are warned asainst tradin for an Aemptaana.'. riven uy ia snumin kj Mesirs. Johnson & Auckcr, for tho. sum ot $M6 20. dated March 30, 1867, and pnyablefour menths from date, aa the consideration for which said aoevptance was uvea has tailed, and payment will be resisted. 1H2 WARD A IEflTTERE.t Court Street Leasehold for Sale. T WILL SEtt' MY LEASE. HAVING I eiehteen months to run, on my present resi dence, No. 114 Court street, eonUtDina tuna rooais, oeslaes taree erni ivoiu., njvn mAn,l. Annlv at til Court street, te v"""- JNd. D. -COFFEK. INSURANCE. COMPANY, : HARTFORD. CONNJ 1NCOBPOKATKI) lHIO, ASSETS, JULY I. lHttft. Cash on nana, in b a aua who IniU-d Stata Stock... ........ Vt 1 L'.i.t. nniaaninbrea.M. ac'U $ 257,J?fl PI ZD im,: as 4(7.iihO oa 7(4,170 f 7711. .1 01) . , X.i.1 &v i.tn!.tM M Mate tineas V b lt.nlr Ctrwhm r w t !..-' - Hartford Bank Stocks..... Miwellaneona Bask btock.-. Railroad (Stocks etc Mortesjre Bonds, City. County Railroad... ' Jotal- 44,075.0 66 LIABILITIES. tosses unadjusted aad not 5T.r A daily income of say LoeMs and eipenses ,';! , T. ..aid. 4vemiaeit and StaU- 1W.1 , M Total Uata paid ia 47 yean ! JJ olid!.."..-.' -- f.W4.4o9 0T Lom by Portland Fira, Jaly 4U. - IijjK total aaiat ecTerrd tvy the Attn Poli ciu oa pro ty deatruyrd or daiBMtad tl f'06S4,oB which aaWace will be about tve .t. f)r tntal H will o.it arr mack from .i.iw,aad waa iibi tly adiasud and vail IiiU sum ie S pr oni. naoathe Coia pany'l asset, a flmre hut slmhtly nectiiit ar Woternaiitad Ftaie Use. paid last year, r propoma muI to a MW ioat tor eoua- Tbe nervuity for insurance and the Im I wealthy, atreoar rp"rtinj U foreibly II torauJ by thn Sr.. Several wek itj.araana e- a,i-MiM are oMtreyed. Portland has. a anitio nf .V."or was kandfoaaeiy buk.t, in.ilr Sne brick or um tntcwn prattv M4 a-neaed with arward ! S.UN.haae tr-t-r.nd4 on three siiee ky water inewL h'rallr. almot ri4i froai tie ooeiinaiid with eetaaaa tr4rrtaa Tea H cas ti"., U.owof i.r,.riy eVBWBied law lieare an. n a holiday eWi i:a 1 1 ara 1M ec-w-p.i fnm tr.e verr ia.iftiiiuat eau.e of a ihmsi4i trwwksr. hru.etuir tl,e tritiina- rir of ire tka r"'-r aar in a Irw k' vri ma awn.n Tm tnasiiier yoer twt tntrrm and r e tV, Auxa Aent a ell If yw pr-- mtmt aw HriniT. luafjurussl s1 tr a r"d and (Mum. artua, aai u tWa Beats and mhi"" a4.r vnnre year siwaraiw w ,1k arit ,aoTewt- to.T H. A. LITILF rt- l.. A. i wash ana Dam rooms. di uu all in perfect order.' The dinine room is larse, and the plaoe very saiUkle for a Woarding hoase. rir I ill rent, the lurnuhtd house ir a term DRY COODS, CLOTHINC. CLOSING OUT SALE WITH OTJiTt n : -.......-. -. j -ivrE ARK DETERMINED 0 Df.OSIf djuiusadby the lata 4ra,"WlIil lit THIRTY, at aa ENORMOUS SACRIFICE. , (sautls W1I0LKSALE ah ihd RKTAIl: Odrstucs: consists or- . , .. ( ;,': I XI Y GOODS Of. '.'.fi.. .-.':" v. .-i 'fUdV3 ' i AfrinivTfi ... iinnmo AND A LARGE, LQXOP,. , AIH r.whlh MUST BE SOLp lMMEpUXELY "w sffer. therefore GREATER IN bU0KMENT8 tUai have vr beKe peeij I'ttsonlod to tli4' Momphls public '.'COUNTRY MERCHANTS "wijl ;tlo well to fook at ar .Stoek. '. ' . ' "ii & co., . ; ;,r -!;: ''!'''- '''rJ----js Sia'lVInin Street, "r: iWext to Ward 3c Leflnere'a Drag Store. DRY COOPS. it'.ll ELSOIVS STILLHEAD! NO DAMAGED GOODS, t BUT SELLING ' . '' j Warranted Sound anil Pcrfee DRY ; GOODS i At Less Prices than lnuiMKcd ' Goods are Sold mV-j OWlNa TO TIIERU6II ATTENDING our ' " " 1 CHEAT . CL,EAUINU 'JSAtE "' ' We offor at the following" prices, FOR . TIIIS WEEK . ONLY.- Tat oolored Calicoes, 1234 .to 15 cents. x ara wiae oruiri vmnvHur., w,, m ,m. Bleached Domeetios, froui 10 to 211 cants a yard. ..... m i i . . . . L . I . 1 un .L . All liinen laoie- H'mi, nu . tr; S Ladies' Linen Ilandkercbiofs, only tl 50 per dosen. t ' -' "1" A P""T i.1 Jaconet Lawns'(new stylos),only 22conts y d, Fine Ortandy Lawns at loss than half price, j Trimaiinsr Ribbon, art shade and colors, at -, lose than regular prieas. t i X,V.U i OurWUITM UOOU3 DEPARTMENT IS complete, and we offer all our While Uoods at lost thaa HALF PRICE, ' Cottoandos for men's and bdys' clothing, frtMj . 18 to 40 cents par yard. -.. -' Ladies' AVhalnbone Corsots, only tl 25 per pair, Hent's Linen Vants. from 1 25 to $2 per pmr, "fHnt's Linen Vests, from 'H cents to 1 ZS eaoh i Gent's liinen Soits coniplele. only S 75 ecu, uiaanvoau,, hbm - (em s Liinen nirts. iroiu ci ,o p s Linen Shirts, from 51 to a zn eacn. i Oont'tFuff-Bosom Bhirts, trom .2toiwiepn. Went s utilise jnenna tismnuira, wui7-w , each. . ,i . - ' ;;! We are Bound to Reduce BtookJ and Must Sell our Goods I--;. . CouatryMoreh ants will nd they an sav time and money by looking at our stock, i,,: . Hair Brushes, only 10 cents eaoh. SciMors, all suos, only 16 oenU each. ' , ' , Tooth Brushes, only 10 cents each, v.; x Boys' Boots, only 1 10 per pair. , , Ladies' Calf Shoas, all siios, from 1 to $1 60 Man's Low-quarter Shoes, only $1 50 per pair. Boys' JJats, from 75 cents to $1 each,. . . Mea's Hats, fromdOoents tp2ech. . THIS I8 N0HUMBU0I Ourtloods MUST hndSUALIibawld, .aad we will nteo our prices to iaiiU un. Aian y' IN THE CITY, and shall slways sustnio i bur rtipui.itwu - . " i v . u BIORBf 4Jjy us a eatl and try us i ' -i.. ... 'nj, A.JUBU11 ' a a-a.v-' 103-it . 297 Main .troet : THE -LARGEST; STOCK; I M,l. J . i.T0"'- .. . .. ;llf.'r DAMAGED GOODS ...... ... .1 ' "' , . ...... v .. .: i ' Eve Offsrsd in Memphis, "- ' ' ' i -:i' - ' .... . ... i..or-.i-i ! ...til WILL, BE OPENED FOR SALE, . ' I,.., .v c !. - ii'titi.; . ' . . "tJK i ' ; ,. ;, , , ; ' I,, f. Montlny, Juno lTi IWOT, ; ' ::'', At WhoIeaales ana Retail." i . -!--.. '! r r n w-. 1 1 .. :;.' REGARDLESS OF COST, 3f Second Street. Fancy' and Maple 1 DU X GO OD S? Clothing, Boots and Shoes, HATS , NOTIONS, A sparge lot' or Klbbon. ; .. . . .' - i- . 1 ;-: OREEUWALD ft'tABB. . win ri'BLKJ LKDCEK ilEWSPArEB .1 b U O ICE '7'- ' Ton sal."!; rprr MtcKAeTt or otk o? the n- 1 trw af tb. Ft.aur Lia "'! aad J b Ultra aiiarht l j-w.Hcr. a ka'f the tat,l .l.avnt nc.-.r. The .b- Mt ae ptuto ii aaaira. "- .... .w .a Ik. n.uer so l J ' o. .4. Mt,.i ii. w 111 .old. '''',r": mi Icaaeetee. wwti.a4,'a 10. aarr iw I km.( lit lartt ta tho Rm,i. ae .'" I ta.t4 wui.rf MtiwwM. 4" ,' I . err.iaua, w ria, uiai tte 1 I i I L.Kti nn.w as asty xiher pai-cr ia tt J-tle I BOOTS AND "OES, ETC. OF DAMAGED GOODS .i v . i -i ' , 'i'lll ..'t 7" I '' ' . i OUT OUR IMMEWsfr STOCK OF flOODS, SAYS. We willselt the balancsnow on hand wlll'.ke woH,laiinanlitlcl to suit buyars, both AH oscriptionH, ; if.....i: !. -.' cimro 1 m il X AM) MEDICAL. Something New. Under tbe Sun. A' New Era" in Medicine. LET THE RTJWFKRIira AND DISEASED lead the fallowing! .. i Let all who have been given up by Doctors and spoken of as iaourable, road tho fullowiir: . Let alt who can believe facts, and can have faith ia evidonce, read (he following : . Kaon all Men by thru Pretenlt. That on this the twentieth day of June, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred end sixty-six, personally cam. Joseph Hay docs to me, known as such, and being duly sworn, deposed as fol lows : That he is the sole general agent for the United State and dopemlenciee thereof, for pre parations or medicines known as MAtJGIr.L'ft PILLS and SALVK. and thnt the following certificates fire Terbatum eopias te the best ef his knowledge and bcliof. LLvtt.J. JAMUtiSMm'RM, Notary Public, nail ctreet, flew 1 oik. Da.' M AOrirnt. ! I take my pen to write you of ny great relief, and thnt the awful pain in my side has left me at last-thanks to your medicine. Oh, doctor, bow thankful I am that I can Kt soma sleep. I pau never write il enouich. I thank you again and again, and am sure yon rsnslly the friend ot all suiter.nl. I eould not help writing to you, and hone you will not -take it amis. f - JAMKH MYKKS, Juuoi, l&s. , , , , v . no Avenue 11. This Is to certify that I was discharged from the army with Chronic Disrrhwa, and have been cured ho tir. aiurgiors nils. WILSON HARVEY, Hew York, April 7, 115. 27 Aitt Su-eet. The following is an interesting case of a man employed in an Iron Foundry, who. In pouring luolleu iron into a lla.sk that was damp und wut caused an exilosion. ' Tbe uielted iron was thrown around and on him tn a perfect shower, and he was burnt dreadfully. The following ertlficate wiis given to me by him about oikht weeks alter the accident : !!);: J'' r. New Yost,. Ian. 11, Wirt. My name isrTnoob Hardy ; 1 am an iron foun der; I whs badly burnt by hot iron in November last; my burns healed but I hud a runnine sore on my leg that would not healf I tried Miu.'Kit'1'a Salve, and it ounul me in a few weeks. This is all true, and any body can now seeiue at Jack son's Iron Works, eooond Avny. V1IAT TIIK PATJKNTS BAY OF Dr. Mallei's Pills and Snivel . . .IKxtracts frojo. Various Letters.) 1.11, . , . . -"T had no annotito: Magsiol's i'ills guve m a hourly one." i, i a i : ' .;.'' . . " Your Pills are marvelous, . , T sehd'for another box. and keep them in the house." j.. : . 'Ur.'Magriel.bas urod sy headache thnt wasearonic." - MT ffAv. half of nna of your bills to inv rmho fcr cholera morbus. The door little t.hiug got well in a day." -.,.-,: i. , , - jny nausea oi a munnui p., v Your hoi ef "Maggiol's Pnlve cured me of nMses in the heed. I rubbed sonic of your Halve behind my cart and the poise left." " Keni ma two boies ; I want oae fur a poor family." . ., , . y . . v - .... ... " I encloM a dollar t your price is twenty-five tenia, but the saedioine tome is worth dollar." " Bend me fiv boxes of your pills." . "Let me have three boxea f your Salve by loUirn mail." ,, ,., , n " The bast Pills f-r headache I ever had." "Mvlivor works like an engine, tbusks ta your rHI. 1 " "Iain pleased to say to you, Or. Martin that I weuld not be without a box of your t'ills forvurius me ef moruiag nausea tor the world." "You will fled enclosed rfB dollar. Your Pill, are only 25 cents, but I consider thorn worth to ra one dollar.' "Dsn I)oct(h: My tongue hai a fur on It every morning like the back of a cat. Voiu Ptlls took it away." , , . , . ' I took half a pill and crushed it to powder, and gave it in jelly to my little babe lor cholera morbus. The dear little pet was well in three houm after."-. . . , .-.' aupprwe It is hi-rrlly worth while to toll yau tny burned foot has got well from the use f your Salve. - Kacloood find 25 oents fur au othar bx t keep ia the house." , "Send me another box of Salve,1,' .... ; A Enclosed find 76 cents for two boxes ef ynar Jktaggiel'a PilUi and one ef fjalve." - "The most gentle yet searching meJ'.i'lue I tver swallowed." I Havs Over 800 Euch Testimonials. MAIHJIEL'S PILI AND SALVB are al most universal ia their ert'ects. and s cure cun he almost always guaranteed. iOK BIT.LlOtirf IllbEAtSKri nothing can he mere productive ol cure than these Pills. Their aiiuo -t nw:ic in fluence ie felt at once : and the usual aoncomi tanta of 4hl most diftrexaiug discve are re moved. Those remedies are mule from the purest VEUKTABLB Wn FOUNDS. They will not barm theuio-t dclicita fsmale, and oaa be given with good a" in prescribed d M t the youngest babe. fOll CL'lANEOUS UlS ORDKR.S and all eruptions of the skin tho SALVE is most invulu:i!l!. It does not heal sxternaily alane. but iwiatrates with the roust aearchmr eflecu to the very root of the evil. .', bR. MACTGIttL'8 PILI -igviaiisLT ccxj vim rou.owixo dimxisxs Asthma, 1 ''. ' Ilei.lache. llowel C.mplamts, Indigestion. Coughs, " Infiuenia, Colds. ,, JJt'"P'tior'. CL.jtDlstasai. Inward Waahw-4, ciiL..nH,. Liver Complaints, D' srepsia. bowne. of Spirits. Lllarrhjta. Ringwocm, . . . ivn nulisii,'. ' Ilebiiity, Fever and A sue. F-a.lt kbeuui, Bvalds. Skis, lliseaaes. Each Box Contains fffth e t'HI.. OKI PILL 18 A D03K w N.jTtrr. Noaerenirtaa without th. e'o- xravc-d tr.ie rrark ar.'und ra.-h pot or l.x ntraed by JioOTdH J. MAfililai. hsf I org te eouoterfeit which fl"y. - . Mi by all re.-thle Dealers i Ni- irinee throuchont the United States and taua- ian. at i cen's per box or pot. -CoflgvstsaiTS I Bav a. Mart el Tills or Salve wts a little pamphlet in.nle the ihit Th.v are bogus. Th. genuine have aara- ef j. l'avcck on oX with name of J. Msec ri. . It. ' The genuine have the Pill surreuBjniw - Water. Coolers and Ice Creari Tl rT HFCKIYFC OK ALL Sir.BS AM' l h. Ht. ' th.Ct-taa Ktref l l'IXhN HAM MOCK , -- v t7.t Main atrct. Jan IT. 1T. ' "