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OiYKN', HOOUE & WEST, : AGENTS FORTH JQTNA'. I,ifo Insurance Company, , OK IIAK'JTOKD. CONN. Cash Assets over $5,000,000 1 nomo Insurance Company, OF COLUMBUS. A. Ch1i:AmIOO,OQH TUT) STATE INSURANCE COMPANY, OK NASnVILLK TENN. Cipltnl,' GOO.OOOS ' omrr-Norlh w est corner Madisoa and Main Memphis, TctWi. PUBLIC LEDGER. Office. No. 18 Mndlon Wtreet LAHGK8T CITY CIltCULATION. Tneeday Evening. Juno) 25, 1867 roil GOVEHtfOR, mm wm OK WEAKLEY COUNTY. FOIt CONGRES3, Hon. JOHN W. LEFTWIC1L, FOR STATE SENATOR, lion. JOHN W. SMITH, OK SHELBY. FOR REPRESENTATIVES, If on. lAtf. ABLE. Hon. W. VT. COL .SM ATV. TIME FOB ACTION. Sheridan has gone and done it He hat refused to obey an order of the Pres ident to prolong registration. The re sult of that operation is just as Sheridan desired it to he, we should judge. An extension of time rniKht destroy Uio happy condition of affairs secured by ncuro ascendancy to the tune of ten or twenty thousand majority booked for Butler and Stevens. But, the General intimates that if the order shall be re-i peated, he will obey it We trust not We think the time has arrived for die President to exhibit bis metal, if be has uny. IIo bag injured himself and tie cause of peace and justice y his eon dilatory course towards an overbearing Congress. It is eertaia that he cannot conciliate the Radicals. They never in tend to have peace with him until lie vacates the Presidential chair. If be makes one concession, they demand an other. If he recedes, they follow him up. Thus bayed and hampered and hemmed, bo must either turn and defend bis au thority, or allow it to wither in bis hands. FAVIHO THE 8TREETS. ' It is a source of satisfaction to know that before another winter sets in our principal streets will have been paved. There is now a lively contest going on for paving contracts between two com pinies that are thoroughly responsible. That of Greenlaw It Co. is well known, and is not to be doubted. That ef Hop per A Montgomery, commaads a great amount of money, material, and would push the work to early completion. Our old friend, Col. David Cross, is connected with this company. His name is a tower of strength in any enterprise with which it is associated. The name of Mr. Jo seph Mitchell, ef Louisville, is also con nected with this company. He is gene rally known as a large capitalist Other gentlemen of fortune are also connected with the company. Combined, it is very strong. Greenlaw A Co. have vast re sources, and the public confidence. Both parties being responsible, the only ques tions the Board has to determine, are those of expedition and economy. JUST BOTHI50. A Jacobin exchange says the President dare not attempt the removal of Sbeii Han. If Andrew Jackson were Presi dent, instead of Andrew Johnson be would speedily show that he " dared " to make a clean sweep ol all the tatrapi. Eufaula jVeiei. We have beard much speculation at to what an Andrew Jackson would do in the position of Andrew Johnson. It must be remembered that when Jackson as aumed great responsibilities, the country was in a stato of peace, and he was backed in all he d'd or said by an over whelming political parly, lie was per fectly safe. Jobn.on has no party, and scarcely a friend. There is against bim the moat bitter and vindictive Congress that evar assembled in Washington. It is the undisputed master of the Govern. menu la the White House, to-day, An drew Jackson would be what Andrew Johnson is jnst nothing. LATEST PHASE. Radicalism is equal to anything ex cept virtue. It has no policy founded upon great principle. As a party, it exists from hand to month, and bas no lease oa power that is not drawa and sealeJ with Hood. It bas made the dis covery that if conventions be called in the Southern Slates, reconstruction may become an accomplished fact, and then, farewell to their rarty. To guard Birmnst a contingency so forbidding, the Radicals have commeocfd a movement tn induce tJie negro- of the Soaih to vole anoint caliine conventions. Start ing laft week in Virginia, tie movement this week is in North Carolina. Me next bear of it in a'l the Smitl.rra S;ats. wot fALIS. After the passage jf the Louisiana pa cession ordinanci, end while the G ernmant wl unable tprotectitajnter. eats, over oue million dollars were paid by the mercantile firms of the city of New Orleans Ho tie fend' authorities as duty on goods in tho bonded warehouse there prior to secession. The records of the whole transwitifluwitb A descrip tion of the goods and the names of tbe parties inures, trave Ve'ine' possession of the Government, and the Treasury Tspartment barf recently iBt an agent to that city with instructions to collect the import dutiesa question fox tho benefit of the United Slatcs-the psyment to the rebel authorises .being invalid. Ilia stated thai bn fltm will have over one hundred" ihouBn4 dollars to pay. , . - BRIEF, BOI IVERTFUL. ' t George Francis Train gave his biogra phy Lrit-flj "and brilliantly, tho other day, as follows: " When' I started 6uf Inlife,' travel was my idol ; the world doubted. Then I tried knowledge; I got tie praise., Then books; they ridiculed. Then lan guages; they sneered. Then patriotism : they cheered first, then knocked me down in Boston, shot at me in Dayton, bayo neted rae in Davenport, arrestod me iit St Lonis, and tried to assassinate me in Alton. But in spite of this I have kept my independence 'and . intjividuaJHy. Loud applause. I asked the world what it wanted: it replied saoaey, .' I have made it, and am now devoting my time to that, simply out of contempt for the opinions of men. No more softening of the brain, bnt hardening of the heart" MB. CHASE. The Evansville Sentinel-on tin Border bas this reference to Chase :; "Chief Justice Chase has decided that juries composed wholly of whito men are-1 not' allowable in bis court ia tbe Southern States, anj that juries must be made up. of. white meo ano nigi Jn equal pro portions. In order to pander io the blacks and secure their votes; for the Presidency, this judicial Jewagogu not. only insists upon an unnatural and de grading rule, but descends totbt corrup tion of interfering to secure jories that suit him. The object is not only to place notrrnea where thev do not belong, but to control -the verdicts of juries by unfair-,! means. And this mau piota in me posi tion of MarsUall, Jay and Taney I", jj AT THEIE WORK. The Brandon, Miss., Repuhlican fs informed that the Radicals in Bankin eonntr warn the negroes, if they do not i-Pfflater And vote the Black Republican ticket, they -will not be permitted live J .1 . . ." . I. . " t, i i A nf BnliHapaH in toe county , ium would be sent to hunt them np ;who would ran their bayonets through all such as refused to follow their coarse. The same scoundrels tell the ignorant blacks that Congress is going to out np the large plantations into small ones, . . , f i . J e. ( tr .i . & r. giving eacn ireeuman a rnrru.- ji mini not sufficient inducement to vote , the Radical ticket, the poor devils are to be driven from the country at the point of tbe bayonet BURKES HILL. But three buildings that were.on tbe ground how occupied by Charlestown; Maaehnsetts. survived the fire cansed 1, -,, V,.ltl nf Ttiinlrcr' FT i II aihlchVwaa i' j vii. u v v.. - - foneht where that city stands. One of these houses is still standing, having been removed from its present site to another part of Charlestewn. The battle occurred ninety-two years ago, since which time all the ground, around the battle field has bees covered with build ings. . , GREAT DISCOVERY. , flia resent lliwrimnntl inthablRof petroleum for steam boilers have devel oped one important fact, that, by a combination of atmospheric air and decomposed steam with the vapors arising from the heated oil, a 'gas is formed which sucnlies so intense a heat as to vastly increase the tapidity of steam generation in tbe boiler, and adds nearly fifty per cent speed to vessels, without material change in their present ma chinery. . J t i ' ' .' ' i. .' -5 BIO THREAT. A letter from New York, published in a Radical paper,' threatens t ha1, if the nerroet of Tennessee vote aitainst Brownlow and his crew, the right to vote shall be taken frtm the colored people in the more Southern States. This is Republican sympathy (or sh'groes this is Radical regard fir the sacred right of " colored " people to vote. If they vote Radical, they shall vote. If they don't vote Radical, then the Radicals want to deprive them of the right to vote at all. IEXAI JURIE8. The Goazales (Texas) Inquirer says that a few days ago .the judge of the county conrt ordered a venire of jurors; but out of a hundred white ciliiens only four could take, GriiWi ironclad oath. Fifteen negroes were then summoned, but eight of these de clared tooet . em phatically that they could not take " dat oaf." The jury is now sitting, being composed of five whites aud seven blacks. sS" Whenever a 'President -of ' the United Stales visits boston, it is said to have bees the invariable cutom of Har vard Colleee to confer an honorary de gree epon bim. President Johnson's visit this month wiil therefore prorMy prr cere bim tbe degree of LL.I) FliL Ledger. ; What did yon do for the President ie Philadelphia? Witkoat intending it. you ral!y hosored him, ty pUcingrjour corporation obviously in the wrong Every public man vba do not act with tie Radical party, will be likely ta abun Philadelphia bereafwr. giarSpurgeon kindly says that "the national chorch is a national curse," that "it is now little better than a den of thieves," and that "it is the haunt of every cscltan Least" - ' ' )" " '' . ....... i mi . - T - .- ... r.: ;iiYi TEEGKAJJII 6n disp. l'HKNO ATCflES FROM BOSTON. ,'f. BosTOXr Jnna Ji. Secretary Seward 1 V n,,;nK'KilenAiriir 'church in the mor A. tng and vTsiti g"kmnU ttW eolHO .;awa,ri tfo4 Uh tiorv;Bam. Hooper in company with Senator and JMt.,8inr,eJ, f ref. gf- ff fellow and others . Early this morning the streets were crowded by kitizen-'l and strangers from the surrounding country. It was with tbe'grcilosi Binicultf tatj bwrhy'.Jifains' coiild stfotd knfllcient aooosoiaoiUtldns. Houses were decorated with flags along the route. Every window, doorway, bal cony and housetop, from which a display could bo seen. wore(occnjied at enearly hour. ($.eoqt,. Slatejahd municipal offices, and nearly all the places of trade and labor were closed, the-people being engaged in '.Ihei goceral holiday. The Grand Lodge of Massachusetts assem bled at Jhe President's apartments on Sumner1 street! 'where the" "procession formed, and nnder the escort of tbe Bofl. ton Encampment Knights Templars, pro ceeded to tbe new temple, a beautiful and imposing edifice eeren stories high, with an octagod tower W tte 4outhv' corner rising twelve.feet, and a smaller and less lofty tower kt the "north corner. The dedication ceremonies commenced pt nine o'clock, and none excepting Masons participated. The- President, Postmaster General, Major General Ttousaeau and Surgeon . Basil , Morria were present, being ' members of the fraternity. After ibe -ceremonies had closed, the President expressed the most sincere and 'profound gratitude experienced bt being present with the Grand Lodge on this , interesting occasion ,,4,140 cob elusion? o the? PrMident'jJepiarkshe session of the Grand Lodge was termi ated. By the time the private ceremo nies at the ialL were, concluded, the ma sons who bad been forming on the coih rion were ready ito more j preoesalon, and they joined thoBe who had been engaged in the Temple exer pines, and in an unbroken lie the f proceeded through Jhe principal Rtreeti. ' The' procession consisted iof eighteen-divisions, ,jBud was commandsd by Wm."D. Stratton, Grand Marshal In addition to the encampments of th,ia State, there were encampments from IlWde Wand,' New, York,' New Hamp shire, Maine, Pennsylvania, New Jersey .1 tha. District of .Columbia, .with knightsiromiother Slitei the St Jimes Lodge, of New York, instituted in 1751, carried Ralci Washington Bible, upon which JVashipgton took tha prst oatn pt office for President of the" United States. Lodges from Maine, Illinois, New York, Washinffton. and other cities and Statist were iff line, with strong representations of various organizations in cnglana ana the British Provinces. ' It Is thought there were upwards of 10,000 Masons, in the procession.; . : . ,. , ' Many decorations along the route were of a brilliant character. ' The President stood much of the time, hat in band, in acknowledgment of compliments given, nnd linumiets .were occasionally thrown 'into' he carriage MucH entbusissm was manifested everywhere, and the only allusion made to politics heard wai a cry if ? " NO f impeatSbment I" ! A large number of mothers presented their children to the notice of the-residebt, who gave a kind . word and more than one kiss to the little ones. Bostotjians say never before this time was politics so successfully excluded from a public demonstration in honor of a public man. Many wfcre glad to have the Presldsnt among them, in order that they -might express respect for him as Chief Magistrate, irrespective of party issues which disturb tbe country. The masons commenced assembling at 8 a.m. and it was 5 p.m. when they reached the Boston : Music ,whf re, after the usual preliminaries, before a donse audi ence, an oration was delivered by Rev. W, j.'j Stanley, ) President and Grand Chaplain of the Grand Lodge of Massa chusetts. An original ode was sung, and the ceremonies concluded with prayer, doxology and benediction. I The President, -frith '.the Mayor and Gen. Rousseau, was then escorted to the Egyptian Saloon, ia tbe new Ma sonic Temple, and partook of a banquet Before the close" of the ceremonies, Grand Master Dowe said : "Owing: to tbe fatigues of the day, and in order that the President may withdraw soon, if he deeiry, I would now propose the senti ment The President of the United St&tpi." which was received with a gen eral clapping of hands by the Urge as semblage, and was succeeded by tnree cheers. The President, in rep?y i to ta the comrjliment. made a few remarks. which were greeted with threo cheers at t k ..IrM - - - - - Gen.llousseaa prose u led s lettarfrom Secretary Seward, regretting he could not be present ; a family affliction had for some months prevented him from at tending: public . dinners, ead such occa sions. , The President was warmly shaken by the band by brother. V moos, and subse quently ne-rtei ta tbe hotel, where ex President Tierce paid bis respects. FOREIGN. It faux', Jane i'. Carta Tn Lttrver edit. Minister of Finance, and acting Prisne Minister ia tea abar nee Vf Coast Bismarck, cloaed the session of the Prus sian I Hat to-day.. I a spewh M tbe members of Upper and Lower Houses, on this occaaioo, be said that the cordial and intimate relations new existing be tween the King of Prss.ia and his pow erful oeig'jHors were eorances of a la.ling pear. Viess. June 24. The AnMrian gov ernment has j jlLtJ the pore mrrer.ti of France, Prussia, Italy and Russia ia a recent note to the Porta, urging bim to invest igate'tbe difficulties in Ireland and Caedia. i - ' ''t ' " -. Itir In New England an enterprising citizen, has , ipveuted and .patented a knitting Tnaehhie, -said to be the molt perfect yet brought before the public It will knit fifty pair of. stocking ia dat. and is sO simple that a- child can srork it. - BSr"T! Julina Dnirmirn was arrested at Kriot Pennsylvania,, for embezsling $15,000 ; worth of - internal ,.. revenue stamps, , He was formerly oonneoted with the Internal Revenue oflioe as clerk. A candidate new for chaplain to some penitentiary. ' ' " J NEW ADVERTISEMENTS - "U. -A-.'O. i. ;- 1' n . 'i i " f riiHR OVFirERfl AND MEMBERS OF J . Mamphit Urnva, No. l.nt Ktrabr nu'iflsd to stto'f amestins TDrS (Tuenliiy) EVEN INO, atSHo'eliMik, t eur Hall, No. 97 Court ntrt,t attend thl'n-ml f oar late Itpoih r, M. O'Brion. The Oflicr and Manibanof TennesKe Orore. No. 1, ami Clennlha drove, N. , are fraternally invitefl to attend. , Br order of JOS. ttEUK, N. A. ' TH' O. KMITTI. P-eV. Instructions In, Music riMIK UNDERSIflNEB WTLt GIVE TN X truetinns ia muiio durinc tbe snmmer months. Lnave orders with F. KAXZKN. PAOII, S17 Main street, or EKHXAllD i. Mo. CM) KE, 300 Second strtet. 1(13 O. P. WINKI.KR. Trottlxifl Parle Onrtlen re-opened; i Every Monday ani Friday Night UKST WINKS, )' LIQUORS AND CIGARS ' AT inE BAH AT ALL TIMES, -I I I 1) A. Y A.NT NIGHT; TO SIIT.T1IE TIMS .' -At THE - , ''' MEMPHIS RESTAURANT, ,.,,of' 353 Mam Street, , Uetwen Union ' sina1 Onyoiso. rpHK PROPRIETOR OP THB ABOVE FA- i vorite eiinoinnmoni osviiul renoivea to rait the timos. to HO par njon'h.from the 1st of July. Tie uadersiwred iaamaa acknowl - edited to Know Bis ousineas inorousiuy.ana nis clone attention to it enables bim to da butter Air ba suvsts than a great man? others In this line,, Ha will guarantee aa good fare and ae oommotlatiens at can be sroaured in the o ty at any price; roaion why, that is bis buniaose.. He personally -superintends all - the depart ments of tbe establishment! has all the modora tiunroveineiiU in tho sulinarjr dopariinent, to gether with flrst-class cnokssnd waiters. Jt,re- rything got up oa soon nonce, ineaisMsii koiir -liiTaana let, live n- intmo COKWIK'B, riip AU. WHOM. IT . M.AX OOilOKRN, jl j-ariioi are ffiinw fureiDtfi irKuini iur en Aeceptauee, given- by the andersignod to Mnun Jnhniiin AnekiT. for the Jlim of $Mrt 2U, dated March SO, I8o7, and payable fciur montns irom oaio, na iuo ciiuamwrnumi u, which said accptaiioe-WM giyea bus failed, and payment will be rwifted. ( 102 YfAM A LEQUERK4 . Court Street Leasehold for Sale. T WILL SELL MY LEASE, HAVINO 1 -eiuEtean montlu to rod, an rag present resi dence, No. lit Court street, containing nine rooms, besides three eerranti' rooms, kitehen, wash and bath rooms, coal and wood house, all in perfect order. The dining room is large, and the place very suitable far a boarding house. Or I will rent the furnished house far a term of months. STpply at 114 Court street re I V .TNO. 1. COFFFFI. AUCTION SALES. PEREMPTORY AUCTION SALES! THREE TEN ACRE LOTS! E-W ILL OFFini WITHOUT RESERVE to the highest bidder, on Wetinetsday.Juno "Otli, ' ; , " AT 13 O'CLOCK. j , A tour f?aleroom. No. 278 Second street, Ayr' Building, THREE TEN ACRK LOT8, giving the choice of eighty acres of wood or oleared land, in the Ambercrouibie tract, an the Ra leigh road, four miles from tbe oily. Amtnof the grounds may be seen at our office, and we will how the property to parties desirous of examining before the sale. Title perfect. TERMS One-third cash ; balanae in one, two and three years, with interest. Also, at the Game Time and Place, THREE BUILDING LOTS Thirty-four leet Iront iy ene nunureu nu iKbty feet deep, situated In Hill's aubdivision, eaai floe oi n aiuui aircwt, juai wun, atreet. . .. ' tkhms iTaireuh balance in six monies, with inttrett. . , .' ' . ins'alnui are wen incuea.miu n firt-e a property. The sale is peremptory and without renerve. . ' Thenitaatioa i very desirable, being near the terniirmtion of the Vanoe street railroad and bt, Agaei Acaderay. ; , ltOKSXKR.TREZKVANT CO.. 9H Aochonecrs FIVE CITY RESIDENCES AT PUBLIC SALE. B T DIRECTION OF M. J. WICKS. KSQ., Trustee, we will tell to tut Big-neat oiuuur, Thursday, June 27, at 12 o'clock. On the premise., FIVE BRICK DWEL t TViK ihm .t,ric. hiih. containing ten r.iuiui each, actuated in the Anthony btn-et 1! Its. at the rrwner of Seeond and Poplar !., withiu kallaquw ef Min atreet aiid Over ton Hotel. Tin. i aonie of the lao.t taluable reaidmee areperty ia the city, pnneaetng d- vaotaeeaot Iveation wnica auiawiiww- .. 1 A l.n I. ml f.iH w. tch k.a aill he kI aepArmtely. and ta parehaaer will be eattiled lo r -' the real from tn. da ot ''"; saoa aa toe tanu. THK H A LK MILL BE POSITIVK AND WITUOliT KKSItRVS. upon the following term.: One-foertk rvh ; balance ao foov and eirht montba. witk lien retained aoi approved personal ority. B'iaeuonaJ.'e. KOYSltR. TRL7.EVANT A CO.. llIB Anftl'lSMH. AICTIOX SALi: j - - or ' VALUABLE CORNER LOT. ( o Second nd Poplar St. i'K AHB DIRECTED TO OFFSR AT II PubaSaie,a Tliurasday, Jn VS'Mli, . , AT XI O'CLOCK. ' ! I'r- a LSe pn eniait. iaili!ly .ng Ir.e .e tea ri-,riy ..t Aaii.oay ut. ' "1 ir.., r,tt Ti..'.ia prl"y at K-T 1-iKSH OP r-. oSl sSl fP I A SThfcFI.i. ! 1 A.owt Tl , IhI .(ifcra. Tba i roi .rt. aill l-a -4,ridd t"re 1-ia et :4 , f vet ear b. in T ''t '-a tt'l atreet, TVHM S li.K '"h : b-lan" in m ssonths, wi't. in-'-w', rr4 by det-di o( tra-t. I ti j-''- t. lioV.-ItK, THEZEVAVT A C.. 10 Acuoner- DRYjOMCJ.CJW La CLOSING OUT SALE AJU PETEUMIN ED.' TO-CLOSE OUT OUR IMMENSE STOCK OF (100D6, duiaagod by U late re, WITHIN. TIIXRTT DAYS. Wo will soli the balance now on haed ktae ENORMOUS SACRIFICE. Oeods will be gold In quantities to suit buyer, both WII6LE3ALE ,e'nd B KIAlti, J fj'ur itocV consists of- - ' W ''DUYCrbbpS pf nlioscriitiolifif,' . CLoii,:ioi!ioiJSrAi AND A LARGK 1 LOT OP ' ; ..' ; i : ! v. . ..." ' - J.-".' " JPTJUNJl&TXXNGt goods. Alll of which MUST BE SOLD IMMEDIATELY. We ' offer, thorefora GREATER IN DUCEMENTS thai lave ever before been presented to the Motnphis public. ' i COUNTRY MERCHANTS wlU de welt' to look at our Stook, '.' " .' J ', ".i;;7: V"'-';, KRAUS & CO.,;' ' j L .''..,.;',;,;' ' ' IS"o. Main Street, ' ' 1 ' ' ' ": Next to Ward A XiGaere'a Drug Store.' MEDICAL, Somettalng New Under the Sun. A 'New Era in MediciDe; ET THE KlfFFERINGI AND DISEASED i read the UUewingi . Let all' who have been givea nu by Doctors and spoken of as incurable, read the following! Let all who ean believe facta, and can have faith ia evidence, read tbe following! A"noi all Ut by that PrutnU, That e this' the twentieth day of June, in the year f our Lord one thousand eight hundred andaixtr-eix, personally eame Joeo,h Hay Jock to me, known aa sack, and being duly sworn, deposed aa fol lows : That be is the sole general agent for the United State and denendtmcies thereof, for ;re- P nation or medicines known aa M AUHIKL'S ILLSaad SALVK, and that the following certificates are verbatiua .ootiias tq the beat at his kuowledire and belief. L.6.J JAMES BMKITKE, Votary Public, I , k ,,i ii, Wail tStreet.JJew York, Pa. Maooisi. I take any pen to writs yon of my great relief, and that the awful pain in my sidehas left meat laxt-thankato your medioine. Oh, doetor, how thankful I am that I can gt gome sleep, I ean never writ it enough. I think you again and iurain, and am sure yon sre really the friend of all sufferers. I could not help writing to you, and hir rou will not take it amiss. , ,,M.-..iAMK! MYSRS. -j June 1, lbov . ., . , lit Avenue D. This is to certify that t was discharged fr.iui the army with Chronic Iharrlioca, and have been eared bs Dr. Munriel's Pills. . r . .. .W 11,608 llARVEY, i ,. Uew Tort April T,1J4. . it ,1'itt Street. ; The following is an interesting oase of a man employed in an Iron Foundry, who, In ponrint melted iron into a Sask that wag damp and wet oau.ed an .explosion. The melted iron wnt thrown around and on him (n a perfect shower, and he was burnt dreadfully. The follow arti&oate was given to uebyhlut about eii.t weeks after th aooideat ? r : - - Kaw YosT.Jan. 11.186SJ . My name Is Jacob Hardy ; 1 am an iron fotm, dert I was badly barnt by not iron in November lust; my burns healed but I had a running sort on tny leg that would not henl; I tried Masgiel'i Balve, and it cured main a few weeks. Ibis il all true, and any body can now see me at Jadt- son sUoarV oris, Beoun4Avniie! . . 1 J, JuARDT j . : WHAT THB PATIENTS SAY OF 1 Dr. Hagglel's Pills and Salrf l Extracts from Various Letters. "Iliad no appetite: Maggiol's Pills garem ataarty one.'' Yoar Pills ar marvelous." ;" -1 '' ' I send for another box, aad keep them In thehuuse." i-.m ; , "DrMftggial has,oured my bsadooho that was ehronio. , , ., y . :; ., " I gav half of one of your pills to my babt ft,r cholera morbus. The dear little thing go well in a day." ; J My nausea of a mofnint is nowfoorod. i . "Yeurbog of Maggiel'g Salv oured nse oi noises in the head. I rubbed some of yeut Salve behind my ears and the noise left." . Sead me two boxes i I want one for a poor family.4 . ' ' . .' . T aneteite a dollar I your nrioe Is rwenty-flvs franta, but th medicine to me is worth a dollar." " Send me Ive boxes of your pills." ' , v Let m have three boxes of your Salve bj ieturn mail." ; -. - .: The best Pills for beadaohe I ever had."1 MalWer works like an tagine. tliaaks t your Pills." . "lam pleased to say to you, Dr. Mat-Kiel that I would not be without a box of your Pilli for euring m of morning nausea for tbe world." Yn will ad enclosed one dollar. ' Tour Pills are only ia cents, but I eonaideg them worth to me one dollar. "Ti-im norma : My tongue had a fur on it every morning like the back of a oat. Yetv PilU took it away." - . T tnok half a olll and cruihad it to nowder. and gave it in jelly to my little babe for cooler, morbus. Tha dear little pet was wail in three boors alter." it ia hardly worth while to tell yea my burned foot bas got well from the uss i; ..!.,. V,.l..ur S.J V, o,l. t..r an. other box to keep in the house." . . Send m another box of Salve." ' Enclosed Bnd 75 eenta for two nexes of your Maggiel's Pills and on ef Salve." i "The roost gentle yet searching medicine I er swallowed." I Have Over 800 Bach Testimonials. MAUeiEL'S PILLS AND SALVK are al most universal in their effect, and a cure em bealiaost always guaranteed. FOR UILMOL'S D1S1.A.SES Buthing uaa be mere produi-tiv 0' cur than these Pills. Tbcir altnott mayic in tum't is felt at aac t ami the neiial ooncatnl ,,f tl,i. moaS dictraainK diaeaaa ar r- auurel. Tbe-'e remeiiies are made from tii ............. n r i. r t - vtj.u f i. pnrcftt v bd a 1 a Dbb iu.oi vl. l.... h-j will not harm the mot delicate female, and ca ha given with good etieet in nreacrioed Ooeel u tha roungwl babe, 'tR CUTAN t'.'i-S Dl tufiwiw nA all Ainintions nf tbe ea,u tnr SALVE ia moat iBvaluabla. It d-vea rt ileal externally elune, out prneiratee wnn in raoa earching effects to tiie vary root ol the evil. DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS irvAMssLT eras virt roLi.owto oitmtt Athtn. - ' ' rtesda'-he, Kow I OainptainU, lon;Mtion, s CougM, . . Inliuansa, Ci.J. Iaf.auiRi'tion, Chest Ptsoaws. Inward Wmsw, Coativmaaa, ' Llv Comi'iiiMs, Driup.ia, i Lewaees ol Uii. lHanliosa. Rmaworiu, . Ir i -7. ' Pbt-ima'i'm, ' Uaouitr, P Jt Raeaiaw - ie.waoJAglta, .tMala.., Eaca Box Contains fwdre riUs. OIX rilili IS A DOSE. . Novrr. Nnagnln witaaeit tha- gravl U4a mara arouna mmr n po or sne.1 by DOC'iOK J. MAiiiiitL, w Yrk 1 f-.,,. rr.iii -"7- . . a. Soli hy all ret-tbl Dealers ra M inoas thnwlwit ti.a I uitaJ StaM aad Cauav "Cor'TaaraiT I Hay Ifmtd Pitls r Jt witk a littl paaaablrt inaiaw Ih bw 1 L.r srw eogus. Tea gaauiaa have name ef I! aj-dick en box wiia name n aiaci i. . i. I. The genaineharthe Pill swrreunded witk wlt'te T"'wHrf vi. e. ifii. I. r. rorra. swan rorTE, ATTOKNKYS. " - MEMPHIS Eapeciai AUasUoa siiven to Mature ia Bankruptcy. e'.CrFICE-I'K.-uTO BLOCK. Ulween Main and ft.i MadiioDl ETC, OF PAMAGEQ.GQ.QDS 1 ! MEDICAL. TliUTII IS, MIGHTY AND WILL PREVAIL. . , l FACTS FOK FEMALES.; VERY HUSBAND WHO HAS A WIFE suffering with any or the loiiowing torn- plaints, should not full to read : Irregular, painful or suppressed menstruation, Iieucor rhrea or Whites. Falling of the Womb, ulrer ation and irritability of tbe womb. Hysterics, Chlorosis or (Ireen Sleknc.H, Palpitation ol tbe Heart, Swimming and Olddinws of .the Haad, Sick Headache, Pains in the Rack, Sida and Lein. Irregular Appetite. Col.l Foet and llands. Melancholy, Smothering Runsation, Pale Cheeks, Aiervcusness, and all others pecu liar to tha female gex,ahonld not fail to ueo i -DROMQOOL'E X TJ0?S EugllshlFenialo"' Kltlcrs1 " and be enred. You neud not bo afraid of it, as it -yrepared hy tegular' practicing phjrslsians with great accuracy, from pure and select Drugs. It is not a secr.toompound any pliy aician can call at our omoo. No. ftU Main St., and examine th reaipa. Please read i : A FEW CERTIFICATES,'. which w have selpctei from many that ean bo teen at oar omoe. t ; , From nn Etlifor. , " '. ' ". Kosciusko, Miso,Miiy 23, 1887, Minsas. . P. Deomuuolb A Co.. Alcmphis Uknt: Permit me to add my unjtm!i ie.l testimony In fnvor of your JNllLlSH FE MALE JilTTEKS. fts ase has cured my lie tit a serious nnd tronhUwome fMoaleoomplaiat, which bad olmtinatuly refused to yiold to any othor troa,mont. I recommend it to all fcrunlei who may ba anfferiiig with diseases and ailinss peculiar to their pox, as it truly uojita ;puUio esteem nnd coufideuce. Your friend,-C. K. MORIASt). , ..i . , Editor Kosow.ko Ghroniok), I' LIST TO WOIt!58 OF 0ilFCET. ''.-" Oerveirmtl, MlswTsb. , 1M7i MR'RRS. J. P, DaoaoooLH A Co,, Memphis; 'ienuuesee t., .. .. . , .,. . i Sias: Wear having a heavy demand for your ' ENGLISH PEN ALB BITTERS." I think it is all ltprotesies to oe-a good, eiteoiitat utorine tonic ou that has bean long needed in this climate where we nave so many lemaios suffering with diseases of the womb, that have resisted tbe treatment of almost all practi tioners of the oo mi try. I recommend it at the onunternnd in my practice, without any fears as to its good results, I can get yna a number of oortilieates if neoded. Your ob't aerv'l. : Cotton Planter's Voice' j Anaiti-ir.i.g. Mins.. MnT 27. 1P07. Msss. J. P. DromooolS k Co., Memphis:, ' bau Hiss : Permit ma to speak In behalt ct honestly think it the grettoet dincovery of the age, and that its equal for tho treatment of female onmala at, is not known fi the eivil- ued world, mo asm oi two norTuaH oaa re lieved my Wife of a .distressing female coai nlnlnL for which I bad SDent hundreds of dollars withont benefit. 1 choeri'uily rccotn- mvr'ditaaa wundarml ooropouud, poaavsstng rare virtues for the sickly female of our eountry. Your friend. ' i DoctorH Don't Disatrreo , . AT ALL TlilES, . OI'IU yOUH JtA-ltH. , I rinnni.i.TOH, Miss.. March 11 187, . Mkshrs. J. P. Dlounoiii.x A Co.; ; ; Osjith; We take pleoeitre in irinif your "ENULISU FEMAL HITTERS" in our practise, and recommending U to all suuuring lemaiet wno are in noeu oi a genuine uterine tome. It is adiniralilr adapted M the Tarious fema le oomplatots ot this country, and sells welihora, , Your friends. VA.-r.n s jirivAX, - OEO.STOVA1.L..M.D., H. DALE, M. D. Front Stvauips of ArkauwtH. Grind Guaizs. Abk June 0. li7. JfsssitR. J. P. Dbiimiioui.i A Co. : WRtiTi: ifliir UMtDitinivAn rr.r, PAKATIONS" aro tiiking well here, and will, ao doubt,aoon become mere popular than any meflirinoa ever Introduced in this section of country. -They will recommend tbmnelvc wherever tried, and will Tory soon tie anioto fan the.is owa fame indepenlrut of nil plane auencic. Your ENflUSU FtMALE BIT TERS" acts almoit magically in euring female diseases, i Your. Ac., ' FEHAtlf UlSEASFS i over the country, ean be so canity remedied by aaing th ...:,.,..' , EXWL1SII FEMALE BITTERS. Can yott doubt th evidence of these who have ufed it ? Can yoa doubt the posilbilityt nf I .1 4 1 k .. k , J L i . mr A m , i.ln. mini wirww , w w, . ." . . . - and procur. one or more bottle.. Price, tJ 50 nor oettie, or tnren doim,", inr -jo. r vi . x . ij .n i p m . v. . , ,1V i Main street. a- Alcn lo La haj of BrincibAl Druffaists in City and Count 7. " . - DROMGOOLB A CO. '3 , ', lied Disirrho?tt Ilfincily, On BatU will ear savers erlinary ea.ft nf Piarrhrva, hausan and VniuiUng. inunp.. Cholera, Cholera M 'rbus, pain aad iriiiUK. It is exreetlingiy plen-ant, children love it, it .rtiitba stomach, quiet the wervea, r-liVs th raio, vonnusg and eramps, rhek the bwcl.,cto. I uasnniulatinr in ita eiT.ta, rnw.-tn eonthlng medieinci which give tea to thettvaaacfaand bowK ' . Dlrrhaft - ' is r asost trnblneomplalt luring th IwiniT Biontas, kurryiug uaaoy, iJ Ini young, t untiuirly gratca Thousands f au Uian l-va r-,uld bsvet ny seeping bttle oftb Kr D MARKHiKA KKMKUl ob kand, 1 b gtvu at a UMHUaal's weioJUS. . ' , . sTjUlltli-oia. TecUiiutr lad ao I etfr m. li-ino tkas thia. A tew d ve n.nki tha bowris aad relieve, grcot juflVrin It rs no far fetched remedr. it ia na parent nT aeant. but ia reepared in year mida by pbysi etaos von are practices mlieie in yur miri.t. asa wno are wiuing w suuw tuc and to Wnrrniit Wntlwruetlon- ln eo't ee--y w. f) nt any nmrc Lk. a..w mrlmUr arinulatta aad hot rare die. put p if tho-e to nav.r nraetion.1 jxli- b.l tr nnr Rcmro v. which is o pie -ant. ewling. reTiving. n.iiiulatipg and irom.-ii-ate ia ica tSneti. V.i ar yoamg. chi draa r i Uals a it witk deLckU , Mother, aoiM .,.hr of yeur Umily suiibt b taken with ibe Liarrk'ra at a tele ar ur rve of the "'k n ills, and had y-w. " ltir n-i ar.4 rr-are . bvtIM of Kl I'tAKKU'l K KE u r t, ar.i have it i hn-l ? i'no.rl(Xi r-erbotuo. ,r.x bof!r. f-r V For !.!!.; Dniggista ia rv .nJ wetr. J. P. JfhOMti' OLai A CO.. 1 4 r : ' V otPCRIEK FOR THK PI fl.IC LKM.m winch ia ine t,nr.Aft;i umjiiuwjci iDthetuteofIenLe.ee. i ., nnv rnnna . " " ' '.rr!T'. 'r' Tf '.' ' a .1 A..X'.' .s v e-.-. r-e, j STILL AHEAP ! NO DAMAGED GOODS, : . BUT BELLING. Warranted Sonnd and Pcct At Lorn Prices than Daiuagcil Goods) are Hold Rt , 0 WINO TO TDK RUSH. ATTEND!. Ml ur , , ... CHEAT CLEAIilAG SALE, , 1 , ' 1 i " ' .1 ' Wo offar at tha following pruics, ( F0U TillS ' WEEK -''dXLt. ; .- 1.1,. " ,. s . .1 . ( j Fast colored Calicoes, 12S to 15nlg. ' Yard wide Brown Domestics, V cents a yard. Rlenohed DoBiwtica, from It to 20ents ayard. All Lilian Table CI 'the, only 1 31) aeb.f , Ladiea' Linen Handkerchiefs, only (I ifi J.or doren. i Jaconet Lawts (now stylcsl,only22centi 4 y'd. P:ne Organdy Law as at lesi thusi Half price. Trimming Ribbons, all ahado and solom, at lest than regular price a. Our W HIT K OOOl'S DEPARTMENT is complete, and w offer aU our Willie li.iou. at loss tban HALF PRICK. .. ." ' Oottnaaics for men's and boys' clothing, firm IH to 40 cents per yard. . , ' ' Ladiea' Whalebon Corsels,.ohly 1 1 25 per iair. ticnt s Linen Panta, from tl IS to $2 per Mir. dent's L.iiu'a Vesta, from 56 MBt to ft 25eac.h. (icnt'S Linen Cns, from 'l DO tn $8 ) each, dent's Liueo Suits complete, only $-1 7.1 each. (Jem's Linen Shirts, from SI Si tn $i tb each. . Gent's Puff-Bosom Shirts, from M totaUe u h, Ucnt's Uauce Merino Undershirts, only lb each. . We are Bound to Reduce Stock, and Must Bell our Goods 1 Conatry Merchants will find they ean save time and money by looking atour stock. ., lliiir RruslioH, only 10 cents each. rJoissora, all sites, only 16 cents such. -j Tooth Hrudhos, only 10 cents each. Boys' Boots, only SI 10 per pair. '" Ladies' Calf Siioes, all suei, from 1 1 to $1 60 per pair- Men's Lnar-quarter Shoes, only el 60 per ptiir. Hoys' Jlats, from 75 cents to $1 eneh. Men's Hats, from "0 cents tn2 eech. ll ' THIS IS NO HUMBUG I Ourtloods MUST and SHALL be sold, and wo will guarantee our prices to be LOWER THAN ANY UOUriK IN TH E CITY, "d shnll slwnvs ulaia our repntation as the MAMMOTH CHEAP STORE. Oivo us a call and (ry us. elson mtos;;' lOS-U 2il7 Main ttreot. THE LARGEST STOCK -i.v ) . i ' . ;.! . in-'. . 'w -if,: i ' c DAMAGED GOODS . . ... - ,i- ." ' '- Bvsr Offered la Memphis, 'v. WILL BE OPENED F02 gALE, Moiislny, Juno 17, 1807, At Wholesale and Retail, i .. .. ..... . REGARDLESS" OF COST, A i . . r . AT 1 ! 2So.Second Street. ,j i Fanoy and Staple-' 13 T i y a o o t B Clothing, Boots and Shoes. IIATSiNOTIONS, - .i .'.,." . . - -' ,; ir -i . . lc A t . Ir t :', i .-': -AXtV ' ' " ' ' '; , ' . .. . fi ;! ' ' ;i A , Largo Lot of Jlibbon. OHEENWALD A LAfeS. so 114' " ' ' INSURANCE COMPANY, V HARTFORD, CONU, ' ASSETS, JTJLT T, 1W. ' Cash on hand, in b'kand with ag'U! 0 tlniten btatas Mocx... Real K.'titte, uuinaumbered.. SUt Stocks. . .'Ji. TV r.f: ....) i) ,170 ml Hlo IW '! II ii7 fd New York Bank aloeka l:trtfrd Bank Stocks Miscellaneous Bank Stocks...... Railroad St oel:s. etc.i.-.. Mortanga K' li ln, Cily, County and Railroad.... 1.011.1'Wfie Total.. .44.wT5,S 55 I I . . ETABILITTUR. I ose unadjusted and net due.-... I n.I" Net - S.s-M.l l"' Incouie for last year net..... 2.1U.;, v V4 A dally income i4 say ..- '.' Losses and expenses - - 2,Ml.'.k t Tax paid, Geernment and .State-. f.r cs Total Loss paid in 47 yam...- " 41" M By Kir 17.21 ." t" Inland ..i-. -.4.4U7 Loss by Portland fir. July 4t&. THE total aruauut covered by th A'na Poli cies on property scroyed or damared is l'ih.Nv. on which salvMo will l e aboat fiv percent. Our loiad idea will not vary nincb. from tJ1Su, and waa promptly adiu't.l and yftad, Tnia aumi" tv par cent. rin th. Com pany s aeseu. a tirfure but slightly etcec i.ng our inverninent ed Slate taxes paid bit year, or a proiM.rtion eaual to a Sj,iaNi lo. for ac.-ut X..1HV mf ilwM(' anaet, r , r - Th neoesairy for rowmic and the'ne r f wealthy, .trong .oriM.raliona is forcibly il lustrated by tho fir. Sternral weak in.uranc flr.inpaniet atre.a 4atrved. Porti.-id k a poi-nlatioa of Tital wa hand.iTnely t.n:!L Bjoaiiy ti. brick Uma rrnoiurw p" i l and ecreuad with upward of .Uai ,b i-c b-.uDid on three by waur ;i .i. I. litaraily, alm-t rising fn.m th ocen-;i"d wuh . .team 6rWirimet,l yt it bh. . ', (il.ts(iol lroyry evesnned ia a few be ar. upr.n hol'.eiy when ita people ar leat oc-r:-p,ed fron, to very iasigniaaaa t uu--i ef a conren,i.iible Srera- itwr. Hem.ai rr lb tHtimr terlrtn of - t . lap, P away in a few bour. th Mnr.fi ' riu Oansidar y"r boal interact aad ai-e f Ataa Agaata eail if ywu Bd proper -,-....r-aaoartty. Pay a fair rat f prem-uw i- r a od aad sBi arttci, aad aim r.-.a iiahta ab.t BfeTmt Wur yoa, i-r-vur guar arane with abrewd d-init Al.r-.M4i br in lraoe pnen(.uy at Je i tn by 11. A. LIIlLnioS A I n, At van f, . 3 M.diao ' ' C kuiLig, W. B. v : ; ii MILLER & MILLEII, ArrOKNEYH AT LAW 4-l.i PANOLA, V :