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THE MEMPHIS DAILY. APPEAL
BY JOIilSr S. J. HOGAN & CO.
MEMPHIS, TETSnsr.. SUNDAY, JUNE 30. 1867
MEjU'MIS AM) CHARLESTON
K! lve a fo
uerv; lir AO
THE MEMPHIS APPEAL
In Every Tarlet),
1 sLur. Mia
A LARGS LC
.constantly on band
suit the un
SI'NDAT, : : : : : JTTNK 30. 1MT
W. .1 ftO.Oea"iai
a . - -
A. BVK'rjr'H.u-K. FMtDI Art
It is ntiouueed that Brigham Young
ba ordered a ce nsus of hia family.
e a ere 34,ai marriage in trie
,tatfl last year.
o huntlretl and ninety oases of
ver In Cuba, during May, ttfty
,nto of negroes were landed at
adra, Cuba, recently.
Iisnatch from the Hairue states
utch government baa noticed all
verian exiles to leave tafjiarritory
ismark has been appoli
of the orth Uerun
-Ho - if. E. Peek, mi
I Hayti, died of fever at I
-The 1'nited States slo
iiento, was wrecked
RRI.I1I N IMII IKIIC.
P. It baa neveWec been satisfactorily
explained how ev wrong and sutfering
are consistent wms,the infinite wwl-im
and goodness of Cms
C Nor ever wilifee, as long as those
who write on the suteot set out with the
idea that it is a MM
them, that they are
pain, sickness, cala
which, in order that
for Benevolence, but
common justice may
nensation must be mad
It is strange that it sho
those wJui undertake t
tion tstsWe the certain
that tBigation is qui
i in juHtict done
t to error, evil,
ami death, for
'a character, not
t sutler, com-
never occur to
r and die
their own na-
C You understand, thea, tne
ing of tbe expression, that the TJniTerse
is tbe Divine Idea, manifested in Time
acd Space. The Idea is One : Its devel
opment Manifold. Nature is the reve
lation of God: His Thought written in
legible characters. In these Thoughts
we knew tbe Deity, in the same manner
as I know you. In every Thought your
Soul speaks. Each it the Soul, limited.
taking shape, manifested. Each Thought
is the thought of the whole Soul, tbe
whole Soul thinking; bat does not re
veal the whole Houl. If I should know
all the thoughts of your life, I would yet
not know your whole Soul. That Would
not, in its wholeness, be revealed to me.
It would remain capable of an infinity
of other thoughts.
P. The thing most difficult to answer,
is this : We have five senses. We should
be foolish to believe that there may uot
elsewhere be other beings that nave quite
other and different senses, of which we
cannot conceive ; as if a man who could
only hear, feel, see and touch should deny
the possibility of the sepee of smeiliuir
We know but a limited number of
lours. There may, nevertheless, in
of i ; " W
Sm. -t lio ' . v lM
W"' Of t 1. ' flHu
yriada of them, of
serve. We cannot
tout our faculties
ICS. : and
as freely as any other sect. We
they do in our eity. Wher .they fai
do so is the rare exception,
AND LIQUORS. I INSURANCE AGENCIES
THE IlSILt, CIKII.K.
parrn' is that pretty does,
bt auCa i'arv.
The spider wean a plain drown dress.
.-n.i me is asteauy spinner;
mm. t. sei.bi
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nun mi v -- -a--
TBOS.H. HI NT.
XI to. H. Bunt Co.
SILK AND WOOLEN DYERS
216 ScoI WMSfti
ion riven to L&Jie' lres
we W- Mitchell,
. A. January,
. J. Lew ia0
tioni in re
a-i-'i H'" " " :l mmwm.
SIGN OF THE BEE-HIVE
ME. MITCUFLL & COM
nonurt Dealer, Miiliner
w(l lr JbsbSM,
ADIUISISHTHE IRVINU BLOCK,
xtorthewt Corner Court Square,
B. ieaued, Prl aud alr
joriN A. 11 It NIK-
MW, Corn, alfl i
l.imo. OtsssMt, rtmmmk
to 1 Lie
u. a. Movrooaaav
J. 8. WH1TK, M. U
J. C. TH
So. I JEFFE
;XT, DeSoto Blofk.
W. T. IRWIN, M. D.
fsippl and Arkanxa.
lor iuburaui-e or
Nswton . Otis.
XILE 01X1 i
. ST(X K OF
bust Received, i
Anarchy is report
western Mexico to an alarm i
There was one death from c
rinijville on Tuesday niirut
The Nebraska Legislature adjrorned
Monday night last.
Louisiana exchanges say the crops
between tbe bayous Plaquemine and
Lafi urehe have not been muc-b injured
by the overflow.
The number of inns and ether places
of public refreshment is said to be largely
on the increase in North Carolina.
The crops of corn and cotton in many
portions of 8outh Carolina, are reported
as doing remarkably well.
A writer in the Columbus, Ga., En-
' r. says dog fennel makes an excel
lent substitute for bay.
The tobacco crop in Virginia prom
ises to be unusually large Tobacco has
been planted in that state to the neglect
The amount of cotton exported from
Bombay the last commercial year was
Famine still prevails in Burmah.
Dr. Wm. Jones, formerly postmaster
nf Washington, died in that city on
Washington grows more and more
sickly. To have Thad. Stevens and ty
phoid fever in July, will be more than
tbe plagues of Pbarob.
Tbe Cincinnati wrecking boat com
pany received a certifirate of incorpora
tion" at Columbus on Wednesday.
Maj. Tom Byuum has been elected
president of the board of control of the
Louisiana penitentiary, vice D. C. Mon
Up to the 19th, at Petersburg, v ir
ginia, Ml whites and 14HS negroes were
registered. At Dinwiddle Courthouse,
"si whites and 275 negroes had registered.
Thus far only two geutlemeu have
formally declared their intention to otter
themselves as candidates for governor of
A company in Avignon, France,
make? from sheep's milk four million
pounds of cheese a year.
The council of the English reform
league have issued an address to the peo
ple of Europe, denouncing wars and the
maintenance of large armies.
The Danish novernment has refused
tbe proposal of Prussia to guarantee tbe
national rights of the German inhabi
tants of North Kchleswig.
)D foresees and fore-
!eraa as He ; but
igblSsvd foBowledge would in no
affect the frMwactions of any living
tore. Neither, therefore, do tbe
esiWit and foreknowledge of God.
Only His direct action on the individual
could do that.
When you foresee that I will do a cer
tain act, you may use that act,
in order to effect a purpose of
your own ; may take it in as part of a
plan of your own ; make it an agent
really of your will. Still, it is an act of
my free will. You do not control me in
any way. Can you not conceive that
you could, if possessed of sufficient power
and wisdom, thus make every act and
thought of my life thus miuister to your
The Deity's power and wisdom being
unbounded, it was then pomiblr. for Him,
in arranging the plan of tbe Universe,
to make the free actions of all, though
free, His agents, to work out H.s pur
poses, these being tUl His own purposes,
in effecting which our free-will assists.
That our will is free, cur consciousness
of freedom proves. And this proof being
perfect, and impossible to be false, Gt)D
is either not infinitely Wise and Power
ful, or He has effected His Perfect will,
using eur Free wills as so much of His
multitudinous agencies, to effect B is pur
poses. That He knows in advance what
our Free Will will do, and that the
I'nity and Harmony of the Universe are
not disturbed by it, only prove His In
finite Wisdom aud Power, and not that
our wili is not iu reality free.
Then, as to prayer. The ' forces ' of
Nature are complex, and widely differ
ent in character. Uf their true nature
and mode of actiou we know nothing.
We do uot know what gravity, cohesion,
SB .t '.
' .,,(1 -
this l shso
became a mere d
solitude of His
plausible. Add Power
e list ! It was this con-
ery Deity what
words without meaa-
lute," as a Being
Th -tie her, quiet as a
(iolatt about ber allver bouse.
You wouidoever, never, never
iu way niie gets uer utnner:
She looks as If no tbougoi of 1U
In all lier Ufa had s'.irred her,
Bui while aba moves with careful tread,
Aud wbUe the solus ber aUksD UtreaU.
Hne la planning, piauuiu. planning aim
The way 10 do some murder.
My child, woo reads this simple lay
With eyes down drop' aud u-ruler.
Remember tne old proverb says
That pretty la which precty does.
And thai worth does not go nor stay
For poverty aor Hpleudar.
TIa not the house, anil not the dress.
That makes tbe saint or sinner,
To see the spider alt and aplu,
(hut with ber webs of silver In,
You would never, never, never guess
The way an gets ber dinner.
BANTER AS SJOr BI MASTERED.
It is not by reirrettinir what is irreoar-
able that true work is to be doue. but by
making the best of what we are. It is
not by complaining that we have not the
right tools, but by using well the tools
we have. Where we are, and what we
axe, is God's providential arrangement ;
and the wise and manly way is to look
our disadvantages in tbe face, and see
what can be made of them. Life, iike
war, is a series of mistakes, and he is not
the best christian nor the best general
who makes the fewest false steps. Poor
mediocrity may do that ; but he is the
best who wins the most splendid victories
by . the retrieval of mistakes. Forget
mistakes; orgauize victory out of mis
takes. ChriatUin Trr.cuury.
U. 8. BONDED CELLAR.
to its conse-
t evea Existeuce,
hings, could not
of God. He
action, " in the
rv can not
said that the Very The Kabalists
Ainsoph, of whoui the Unknown
take no cognizanceVnteilect could
name being to lirino name ; to
bounds to. The Inefneflne or set
tbev said, was that okme, IHVH,
ation or self-limitatiodtat manifest-
It is ouite true tP
riithtfullv assign to Go
ual nature as that of on
that we might, with tl
consider His nature to
that of Electricity.
Power, Wisdom, Intellikistence,
Justice, Mercy, Benevole. Truth,
merely Human Attributes, re not
Human race were to cease tswhole
would still have an Absoithey
They are not merely because ting,
possess them. They are rnd
themselves. We cannot say in
I.S, unless He exitlt. ExisteniSpD
tinuance of Being. So He isn
The idea of continued Existence,.
with inaction, equally destroys tsl
of a God. To act, ie must
Power, Wisdom, and Intelli
It is quite true that we cl
imagine Him as reasoning
ing at conclusions by logical procel
framing plans in advance uf his ac
1 1 is intelligence does not act like oi
but He is necessarily intelligent
His thought, howevei its processes di
from ours, is the action of that Iutell
gence. Why not equally say that
attraction and repulsion (ire, nor can we i cannot ascribe will to Him, because
" -1'.'. t.
TWO VACANT L.OTHO.. Hern,ndtwet
lv sf IKK tl
tbe kiver a--U l,,-. i k i "' )assja I
leges " eetaraulv Bsaaw ifrk
"LJaMt h" Prefevenoe tor
"orU atrtlrul.ri eppjy to
WISDOM & DUFF,
o. i ;vert Cenrt
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s. a aiDOkuY
MfsBi ana wn
u ail caaua.
J ,uder lie
A co. '"wara
,'l . . .. ,.l. u 1.. ., in ,1,
1 Lie Ills joac maiin'u iu ... j
Illinois billiard tournament, which closed j
in Chicago Thursday night, was won by
r- A vellow o-irl in Lvnchbure. Va.. i
has three times tried to kill herself. She God uses it as a force,
i. m.Hlv l.onel.sslv in love with a van i thoughts. What are
kee major recently stationed there.
It is stated to be a significant fact
that the only people in Paris who cheered
the eni)eror of Russia were Americans.
Xhe radical state conventions of Ohio
and Iowa have both declared in favor of
The democratic majority for judge in
:! e se. ond grand division of Illinois, at
lie late election, was about live thousand.
cv uuty, tit., expressly to ureuge tne
Chattahooebie for g'ola.
Twenty-one dogs have eonai
suicide in Baton Rouge by eating sau
sogts. On the 2ltb, 114 whites had regis
tered and lt49 negroes, in i?t. James
Fn the 17U to theijst, inclusive,
215 whiter and e7 mMKmi MMf . Ht
conceive in what mauaer, by what po
tency or exertion, they act. For ex
ample, we do not kuow whether attrac
tion is a power or influence inherent in
the body that attracts, or a quality, ca
pacity or attribute of that which is
attracted. The will of one whom we
love is a 'force.' It compels us to do
particular acts. Is not the Love, itself,
which is a passion or emotiou of
my otcn sou', the ' force ' that causes
me to obe; the will of her Love?
Electricity is a force identical, it is
supposed, with magnetism aud galvan
ism. What it in we do uot know. If it
is matter, we must have a new definition
of matter, and tbe very word " matter"
becomes a word without an idea. Not
knowing what it is, are we to deny that
it is a "force" because we cannot pen
ceive that what seems no! to partake of
the nature of matter can have nu force.
isto He does our
Ihm They are
uttered by or flow from the soul. They
are ueither matter or spirit. They are
not things. But they continue, and they
I act. They are the most potent of all
i force. They Influence others, determine
their conduct, decide the d,-::uiesqf men
! and nations. God uses them asapfs in
struments, and invests them with the
attributes and potencies if forces.
i Should we cease to think because all is
fori-irdaint-d by the eity ? Was it not
quite as practicable-!" GsmB to make
ami prayer, effective faces, iu His
scheme, o aid in carr.V forwms nature, and
than He can chaaga
Dlan'.' we "et i'eini; freearuot to
pray? I raver. liKe thsPn'ai'tiou,
love, electricitv, is a m"" u,)t a
dead, but a liviuir , '.uere no lofty
is a humau faculty ! Why not, that we
cannot rightfully ascribe knowledge to
Him, because to know is a faculty of the
human intellect? His meant of knowl
edge are different from ours; but if He
does not know what is being enacted iu
the Universe, He wants, not a faculty pe
culiar to us, but one necessary to Him
self. We possess these attributes, but they
are not merely human ; because we pos
sess them but partially, in but a limited
and very finite degree. They must needs
exist somewhere in their perfection. God
can no more be without them than He
can be without being. Theyre such re
alities that even He cannot annihilate
them. They would not cease to exist, as
ideas, if there were no Uei;y. We can
not imagine that perfect wisdom could
make itself unwise. It is an obvious im
possibility. To say that Hia attributes
are not Himself, and that Ha could lay
them all aside and still be the Deity, is
palpable nontetute. I know how philoso-
' IrKMa. . ,
Two thousand votes have bean regis
I tered in Rutherford county, one thousand
! Ave hundred "colored'' and five hun
1 dred "plain."
The Gazette of the 28th says: The
body of Jeremiah Hale, a well-kuown
! horse thief, was found suspended from
; the limb of a white oak tree, near Ra-
leigu, in pinetoy county, Tuesday morn
ing. Hia feet were about twenty inches
from the ground, his hands tied behind
him, while on a slip of paper, pinned to
his coat, was written in pencil, "Jere
miah Hale, hung by an outraged com
munity, for horsestealing."
The farmers in East Tennessee are
complaining of drought.
Col. R. M. Edwards has entered tho
campaign in East Tennessee, iu the cause
of conservatism, aud was to speak at
Four thousand voters have been reg
istered in Davidson countv. nine hundred
white and thirty-one hundred blacks. It
is easy to see who will rule us under these
Cant. Chambers' company of old
Erasralow's pets, seventy-five strong,
from Seott county. East Tennessee, ar
rived in Nashville Tuesday evening. The
Union and Diapatch thus describee them :
"They were an interesting set. taken
either as a whole or individually. Armed
tne teem wim rusty old shooting irons
uncouth ttuish and ancient make,
rjed and dirty, some of them bare-
led, and all of them notoriously ugh ,
I ToluntMCI ' Inul fa.rlAuulo ..Z.
al, .,, , .u- :T " . UU"
suwau-coi me jaggeu street in wnoee
If so taauy city council resolutions
sen expanded. No surplus linen
from the wayside windows, and
aveniy eyes smiled down upon
they passed. Now and then a
pedestrian shied around them, as
es uespoKe his mingled aston-
fear, but little else of iuter-
cSAired during their march to tru.
ere they had been ordered to
NATHAN BRO.'S & CO.
im POKTEUS OF
RHENISH & FRENCH WINES,
No. 202 Second Street;
oppoetTE coubvt sltahe,
If. 13 J
T'Hl.s Company Is at
MO, SO MADISON STREET.
ta imM by
la m do a aan io.i business to tbe ad-raata
of back the Company and tbe Foliey IfisBl
H. LAIRD, : : President.
S. B. WTLLIAMarjw,
A. C TKKAUWEJJ.
& H. arxn'iiaii,
a H. TOWNdK.1l),
The best, Bittern tit the marke1
TONIC AND APPETIZEH.
If. J. HOFFHE1MKB,
BEN MAY. : : Secretary.
LIFI miRAKE COIPA JY,
W.I. INI, . .
Tl O SAL
Uelal Agent of lb
,Y A2fD Kr!A!f-
4athilil Capital. UjAW.uoa.
! tbselty. and at all ima
able points in -.be u;a, and junetually re
atWed on tbe da, of payment, at na treat "rate
SECD A5l Ai. BFPOBT.
H. CKE8HY. :
j A.T. LAC tY. 1 Vic
j J. J. FREEMAN', :
aa AJBoa woooraHl W. A.
i. C & Chareh. H A. PuM. H.
. rfcaSl I A J Who- H T
Unson. fohn L. Taylor. Jaa. E. Merr.man. Thoa.
& ismitb. A. T. Laaey. W. H. fherry. myii u
KM i ..T. II
To raab laMi, Jan. t, ISM.
To Premium Aoe't for law
To in's't ree'd and aoeroad..
an" im.e kxranati tl ir u
Taxes and lnrern.il Iteveaae. vm St
itcturn I'reiiuti.n .o.l Re- n-
Mlram e f umi
lUWtlkL UU ICITK
aild ' 'e!jL"
aas-. etc la,;iK ss
phers distinguish between the ..',saii,M..ii
ana its attrmutes. out u juu mac
rinu thins all its attributes,
nothing left but a word. l"e pi
absolute reason, wisdom,
lather Ryan passed through
eu route to Augusta, lia.,
says ijjn and Dispatch of the 2Sth
over taw of tho great bridge
swungWssee at Jacksonville, was
Nashvfcy. The trains of .he
wili be BNorthwestern railroad
A grfcrer it in about a week.
Gallatin, (becue will be given at
, f T.' . 1 X . . .
j Jir- rjiuei, seeonu oi juiv, when
The i apeak at that place,
i James L'lifAthe 2Nth says : Cant.
county, whl citiien of Warren
the Fifth Jbded a oomoanv in
ashitli fftlerai oavalrv.
who served three
f '"-wat te i w-
"Iiotion, that is not
a private soldier, i.ugbt of tn
secretary of Uer H And nt do vou
l meant by the ex-
mverse is the Divine
ii:e an i fviace "
mm V thtf uttered
ujj e, are theJetUppwrii-
Jm mm w.'&t
jOBmammmmmmmmm ' ;.i.
sBC-'L. u:1 - mmm
UmWLmmW ..Va'.. aW
thffu He can chajtreH B
ilSS' mm "S
, , fid i
He will v
irives se roJIowifKaccouDt of tlJ
gut be fof 1 1
Memplila, Jtay 2-i. 'v"
yotite of C,rtM "rehip.
pted consul at
.5"..'..hain .Vnl.l. ,
J- urevto expiaiii it
Tr" . o
R. i L
w. i. Cl ,
easy to utter
it! When you
iment. of whinh
XJ any type or pattern,
iv;" auuw, wun the
u.eway from me, I
.aaj were, no
ut an the
li which. Tim
iperson, yo it
...r:-; " "' ine faces of fh.
ieo .r (ii,i 1.......J l .. - '"
,. . Tr.(Tt i"ini, are
uistiiict in ever,
1 call it snem.i
c ' .
irary mandates if
I'isions of His Inii
and His Power a e
His Justiee aud Ken
enacted bv fnfinle i
obligatory on us. V
... ,2 , - . '3
to ou?v ir. run nk lAti.k i
1 - , -f -.-.."Mi .UUiU uui ue
.eauotfir ov t,tl or fight. Is ttere,
I 'hen' wi-sttiingl mk$t Got,, like the
I ancient rate or Necessity 3 a law to
.which He also IsBubject? No! these
Attributes' aro .f Hi. earl
do not assign the to Him, because we
nave them in an Imperfect degree j but
because He neceisarily possesses them,
as He is necessai!ly Self-Existent and
internal. Other Senses might be substi
tuted in the steadlof those we possess-
were, not on th ZZITZ " taB nature ot tningn,
ut on Mie air "uik mat can he uUstituted iu tbe
rS mean by
thus seen by
work wiil ts
'lie -Ji" e
HALLER, FISHER At CO..
who alone are authorized to use
l.le old tiJUl in belliltLtut.
a r. h
j. h. n
MempliU, May 11, U7.
my ill Im
MuukVtartn of aud I balers In
!'' 1 ' keaar..
n .17 Hon
Sharpe's rirle factory at klartfortc
the forty thousand guns wnieh the com
J'auy made for tlie government during
the war will be altered so that raetaiic
instead of tianer cartridges can be l.sed.
'street, under I Patrick Mevin. sixtv vears old. went
on the root of a five story house iu j form
.asnviiie, on Sunday uwht, supped and
fell to the ground. Instant death was
of course the consequence.
Christ church cathedral, Montreal,
C. E., was consecrated with great pomp
receutly. A large number of clerical
diguitaries from the states, among whom
were tbe bishops of Virginia and Illinois,
took part in the ceremonies.
A very modest young lady who was
a passenger on board a packet ship, it is
said, spru out of her berth, and jumped
overboard on hearing the captain, during
a storm, order the mate to "haul down
A society exists in London of a ven-
able character, for it is in the 213th
ir, or place of thwia fnrl,,i. ,,.;v r
, ' ""'"or .itti iuu ir,-, i in-
telliirenee, Power and Love. These are
no more created, than Hop Himself is.
they eoulifnot be truck' o'(it of exist
ence, and the Universe and t.ou con
tinue to exist.
ctlua ; From the t,ormn.
" ' A huh. It iibruhtnit yfvhen .' "
luh . I.,
low on,.,, ation
AnreT Miurder has ooeurrnj
cast Tjnessar.-y iue vyvwnand
m H e .
and "orrn oi mis i,ai-p. in mis county;
uen f. uunes as aineu at bis own
uouse, utiuer uiv following circum
Me: Dukes, Wm. Wooden, Hollo-
ay fstivv au J SVlU. StanfleJd hail all
been to Cleveland, aud lert late in the
eveninir for tlieir homes. On their way
.i .1, .... . J
wiey a sioppen at tne house of r.
ana. W"Hjen was driukiuar. and
probably tfukes, too. Wooilen used
some vulgar or profane language,
when Dukes hit Woodeu with a fire
shovel ; Woodeu then went out of the
house; Spivy and Htanrleld left about
this time, believing a difficulty was im
miuent. Mrs. Pujjea, the wife of ihe de
j.BMaLdlistanoe to turn
her imdjaueiM )jbture field.
""W-M mmiX the
'viielTH prTiig took place.
When Mrs. WBHreturned she found
her husband dead outside of the house,
he having receivt-1 a fatal Rab in the
left breast, near the heart, with a knife
his skull had been fractured by blows.
apparently inflicted with a heavy fire
shovel. Wooden has been arrested and
K..1.1 . Li . . .
cm o.ej urn appearance at court in a
oonu of nve thousand dollars
TO THE TRADE
IWOCI.D call the attenUon of M KRCFASTU
and .' r. a LK Ps in
ALE AND LAGER BEER,
Ot my Superior Quality,
Wbleh f can furnish at any part of tbe City or
Railroad Depot, Free of Charge, bavlnx made
dXtonfllveHurnmer Tnuiemenuln this branch
uf business. I would also call atteutlou to my
- " (v Ot
Comdsting nf pure Robinson Connty Whisky.
Bourbon Wuieky, B-:e Whlaky, and a com
plete stock of BAR STORES.
JACOB ST EIVKl'HL,
2.10 Tl'.rd mree'. Library Buii.luif,
apd Im Worth of rtinice.
N. & J. HOFFHEIMER,
I . m
127 uu nu
I art. v .on! demi-Annual
1 remiuma due suone-iuent
u January, isim
office Kurnilure, HTintlna
and Stationary on band Ajflja fj
Aeerued Intereet Xari or
Groneral Banix i-n
American rtrui European
- - rmiUeiC
- - - Caahitr.
. r 15T1, . -miB.
WUoitMiate Daa.en in
ImportA and Domestic
WINES, LIQUORS. SEGARS
Tobaccf, Etc., Etc
lo. 2I front Street,
AJ'vayi on hand, a largo mpply of
Bourbon and Bye Whiskies.
The Trustee. hae declared a D1V IDETT on
all Partlelpatlni( Pailelea In force wblcii iiave
been In existence 12 montna prior to Jan. 1 ISS7
to be credited each Policy m propurlion'to S
contribution to Surplus, and to be applied at
tiie Renewal of each Policy either ia rednctlod
of Premium or is Reversionary Additions In
MAS (provided the Amendment o' the i barter
now before the Legislature la effected other
wise in IS7U.
LORINQ ANDREWS Of Lortna Andrews
- u . " J uold street.
-H AK1.KS K XKEL XU..n, Bomrt A Knee
land, is WUliam M.
JOHN VASJJKST Of Vanneat A Hay
den, 71 Beekman eL
JOELX BDTTF.KFUILD Of Well.. Bnttertleid
A ' i . .V uer :i .,u Kx
presa, JOHSK.PBUYN Prea t Central Bank.
SAMUEL ft. PLATT Of Adrlanee, Piatt A
Co.. lv, (ireenwicb
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Depository and Financial Aztnt
F. S. DAVIS. - -
C. P. WORItH, -T.
. Am". Caahier.
WM. A. ffWTS, A. P.
K.S.UA VIS, S.H.
DAJ ABLE, BES.
L. Mf)WK9, W V
R C BRISK LEY. C P.-
B. B. BEAU MoNT. sm
I. KBKM a.N.
Hon. J. W. LaJTWICH
UEORtJE LORILLARD...Kew York.
JOHN V. MAIR3....
IHPHIS IISffEAICE COMPAJfT.
orncE, tt i- madisox irurr.
J. A. H ABJ-'KN BURtiH
f Davtd Dow, A Coi,
20 South atreet
.Of Kenner. Harden
burx A Co., 12S
M. CASH. -
Also, the Celebrated
KA VA R TA N BTTTERS.
HENRY C. KRKEMAN
pimraiKiAt, - .
1E5BT t. BIHIJ,
City R. K. A
i on Ferry Co-
and Late Mayor of
mm m rpported
oi r-r3 .aaaa. i Mil I bbii
Importer and Witolaaaie Daaier In
re St., Memphis, Term.,
Rod to arrive
'I tllty various s-adea ;
e- -m Brandy;
ft Bo.ue le 4o; m
m.Jamaica Runt ;
laud and Sehelilam Olu
elra. Sherry and Port wines;
Iper Hsiuatck Champagne;
STATE OF TENNESSEE.
COMPTBOLLXK S I riCK.
Nashville. June I, 1U7. i
I. O. W. BL.VKBCKN, l oi
Treasury, do hereby certify th
TnaL Li kk l.iiriA.N' k Com
New l ork ctly, in the Stare ol
I on i par. y h&4
menu of the In
potted on lnaui
roller of th
eoy cecity 14iai t ic Uldbi Hu
ITAAJPai CoBPAMT, located at
in the Stale ot New York, has
satisfactory evidence that said
uniplied with a.l the reuuire-
oi tne state of Tenue wme lm
uce iioiupaciea. aud 1 farther
. foBLlNSOB tiBNKRAL AO'T ot
i;u also OMiipiled with there
le laws oy the l ate, made and
a?-es: wherefore, said liLOBB
ISS'.. KATIC'K OBPABY has Ba
J. J. M0KPHY. K. M. APPERSOS,
T. A. N X , J. c JOHNSON
Of o i . A T A Nelson. Of 14 al ! a Co.
i Z. "IL. r.M.CAsu.
J. T. wTBATTON. of Stratum, Uoyer A C.
1 piwita, to Bay sa mUhLch anTe' on" 'aj'l Se
-rtneipal aomnerclal clUea. and to collect
Urarte on thu city an t ail priicipai points m
this aseUon. Bemittaoce. prmptiy attended
M.cjui. Tfii urn j
Socceeaors to Ogden. To bey a Col,
!fo. 16 JefertOB gtret, lempaia, Teu.
8. H. TOBKT, Pws t . C.
i-na.,i,atis a i .E1 era. Hankltur Bnn
A iveeeivea Uwposita, and deulala Uold, Silver,
Exchange, Government Becuntles a.-id L":;cnr
B Collections promptly attended to.
WHITE, JA. u. (XiDEJI.
of insurance in thia state.
o. w. Bucnon,
..('able and lnnuenilal partlea can
ineratlve employment as aejllc ton,
AMOM WuOURC rr,
S. H. TlJIUCY,
. C K.1RK.
"- JTaTOMLINSON. General Agent,
'WMad.sou street. Memphis, Tenn.
lireen Seal snd La Purls;
Louilon Porter itutl Sfolrh Ale :
auu casks Barkly, Purktni ,fc i'u.'s Porter -
plnta and iinarwver, line:
400 casks Oninneas A Sou's Dublin Brown
Stout pint, and quarts:
300 ca-as Jetfery ' Ale plnbj , a
"SJO do Vouurfe-eawioiu- Juipj ;
Tofetaer with a n:!, TbBi.-i !ea and
Porter. Kreucb Ooedtaia. f.s : and Havana
Sacaja all of which will tie -old to tbe trade,
at K-rioes to defy competition.
D. H. EVANS.
teat U U Monroe street.
Went Tennessee, Uississippi
I said, to
tea - a
iv k tru.fi-Jit.NUltNr-ALL,
I I JsL-e
JEM K I.R V,
make auy thirjir, vou first
an ituaite of tbe tiling, its
and parts, in your mind. Thus, ma
chines and engines have not bees in
vented by men going to worjf. at bap
hazard with wood and iroii, but oulf oy
their first seeiug, nh arly. in their mind,
what they propose to "construct. How
could a steam-engine otherwise ever
have existed ?
The idea of tbe thing once formed,
you employ your hands to make it out of
tbe shapeless matter. You embody your
idea in the material. You utter your
thought outwardly. You manifest it, in
time aud space. If tbe soul, mind or
spirit be as mat, as ejeixtent, as matter.
tbe iiiea in your mind was real, before it
took shape in tbe malarial thing, which
year ot its existence. On the loth of only expresses the idea
JKcpalrlnK Done and Warranted.
en. left for CLOCK KKPA1R1NG wUl be
ud' tw and returned five of charge.
Nsiurday. th - l.tth lu or Jul), IxiT.
May tbe festival of the sobs ot the clergy
I was held in St. Paul's Cathedral, and in
I tbe evening there was a dinner in aid of
j the charity. The society affords aid to
1300 impoverished relations.
A traveler in Texas writes that that
I state, as soon as tbe Indians are reduced
I to subjection, will be able to supply the
wuoie country wun better corueu beef
Y ou use your hands to make the thing.
Suppose that was not necessary J Sup
pose that, at soon as you formed the idea,
you could, by your mere will, change
and transmute the silk, leather, wool or
other material, iuto that already in your
mind in idea? Your will woulj then do,
by its own direct actieu, what it now
does, using tbe bauds as its instruments.
man can be purchased In any other j Suppose it had the power, once having
part of the world, and of course much ! formed the idea, not merely to express it
cheaper. I outwardly, give it bodily shape, by tbe
The sherry wine merchants at Cadiz i use of existing materials; but to create
have told our consul that " the stuff sent 1 those materials? Y'nu will Hot doubt
A. Til . ABO,
Bt A k V N h . . J K.
I H VAC
Lut i tk
t believed to t
convey only am
laud oomprl -u rif of tl.e tiiieM
n tt.f MLiUr U:ad, with liiu
, eic., bHug u. pianiAi hh: known
I. VACCARO & CO.,
lmporten and I beaten in
ETC., ETC., KTC.,
324 front Street, Meinphia,
mrt have the pleaeure of placing
TT market thwe very deral.,e ami
lalt :i Well k Tios ti In the eor.i n ii ,
Hou.i.tead Trad of the late Oemld
to the I uited States was not sherry at
all, but slops osed to wash out the tubs
and fur other dirty work about the stills."
This will be a cheering reflection for
lovers ot " Amoretiilado " and pale
l'etitione are circulating in New
Y'ork, praying that tbe constitutional
convention in that state concede suffrage
Victor Hugo has addressed an appeal
to Juarez to spare the life of Maximilian, j yourself the idea or image of anything,
l-i.-UOK LUBl 11LS LUO.-L SUILBtae p.JUiSLi
that it is, in reality, iLe will that Is the
efficient cause, that really produces the
thing. Tbe hands are tbe uteri tools
with which it works. Tbe creative
" force '' Is in tbe will ; but the will to
create is no more rial than the idea
which is to be outwardly expressed.
Thoughts and ideas sak the highest
If you were invisible, because in bo
respect material, and having formed iu
The ypi's aeatleNpfeuif 1 have eeu.
And toe itoae wulia tb early dew alps ;
f have heard tbe hwm nightingale', snug,
1 nd Uavc taaled a it;r maiden's lips !
Like the sprlug-timJlina wittered my love!
1'be rosea have bltMnud but to fade,
And their bloams e scattered above
The grave where iy dear one is laid .
Her mix bead . f "red with earth,
Audiui rotK.'. wmfrnt mt yr!
Ab : cooid i but waseu tin rhaal
Who. to me, sweetr roees bnce gave j
Bui she dwells wltnithe millions who've gone
t'a. far in tl;e HAvena above;
Adorned with lailat ..rowu,
forever to dye anl to lone I
ukv a resldeuce al liu tsiinl almoal a. con
nitui as to live In tbe city iiaalf.
i I i i lieioe tan now bt' had ol lota wht.ily or
art ,u orflaaaai forest, or ia field.
In Exchange fc.r City Property.
niKuion are dire'd br the Will to Ml!
uieut would be to live by the mercy of
There were already assembled at
Home, ou Wednesday, over 400 Catholic
prelates, and upwards of 1UU0 priests,
congregated at the call of the holy fa
ther, to celebrate tbe eighteen hundredth
anniversary of the ma . -lorn of St.
The feeling against tbe Catholic
clergy In Italy, is still very bitter. On
Monday the people refused to join the
i-Iesiastics in celebrating the festival of
Ht. John, the patron saint of Florence,
giving a. a leasou that the latter bad re
fused to celebrate the national festival of
free Italy two weeks ago.
A confirmed votary of Bacchus', r
sidiug in Bergamo, Italy, has discovered
a method oi self destruction as strange
as it is new. He made a bet that he
j would break several hundred plates with
' his head. He did so, and won his
wager ; but on returning home was
' seised with a buroios; fever. His head
swelled to a fearful size, and lie expired
after some hours of excruciating suffer
ing. Some of the proprietors of tbe At
lantic telegraph slock ia England are
j making efforts to obtain a weekly publi
I cation of the receipt-: by the cable. They
j urge that tbe interests involved are con
i siderabie, and that the desired publica
tion would tend very materially to assure
1 should see that thought once appear
in visible and material shape, tbe po
tency would be at once admitted to reside
in you, and the Idea in you to be the
reality, of which tbe visible object is but
tbe expression. When you speak or
write, the sounds or the characters are
merely arbitrary. They are not the
thoughts; they only, ly virtue of the
common consent that has accepted them,
represent the thoughts. The thoughts
themselves, impalpable, inaudible, In
effable, immaterial, are the realities.
The words are but their utterance, their
Now, you are imntilUs. I do not see
jfou. The invisible spirit is you. I only
see aoti (eel its manifestations, its utter
ances. I do not hear or see, or feel your
thoughts, but ouly the expression, utter
ances and outward sighs and symbols of
them. If you love me, I do not see that
Love itself ; but ouly its demonatrations,
utterances and effects. Yet it is the
Thought, the Love, the Ideas, that are
the actual, liwig. spiritual realities. It
is your will, that acts, influence, creates.
If, possessed of power and wisdom of
indefinite extent, you proposed to create
the seed of a new flower, you must first
form in your mind an idea, not only of
the shape and figure of the seed, (but of
all that is to be develoted from it, Ail
What, then, ia onr Icing on earth f
Like the roses we all and aye fade !
At UlK hist blast ot Vinler we sink,
Aud lurevur m sllsnce are laid
Ah ; Father, who dvellsst above,
Tbou bast taken ity maided to Tbse !
On earth are still mildens enough ;
Not one ia createtifor me !
The Spring may return with its bloom,
A.. ! lie ulghtingiaes slug a before ;
Bui my hea, i i.eaiulerred in the tomb
W hence my dw.r .je returns never more '
HOW TO AVOID ciLtair.
" If any one spsaks ill of thee," said
F.pictetus, " couiider whether he bath
truth op his sfde, and if so, reform thy
self', that his ..epsureg may not affect
thee." Wbm iuaiiifcaiir wa told
that tbe very boyi laugbed at hia stor
ing, "Ah," said be, " then I must learn
to sing better." Plato, being told that
he hitd many entmies who spoke ill ot
him, said, " I shall live so that none will
believe tbeni." Hearing at another
Jjme that an intimate friend of his bad
spokes detractintiy of him. he said, " I
am sure be woiiU not do so If he had not
some reason for it.'' 'rhi V the surest,
as well as the nollest way of drawing Uid
sting out of a reproach, and the true
method of pr paring a man for that
great axuj only ridief against the pains of
THE CHILD AXetL,
They mad ber a grave at evening.
They knelt uy bar tide to weep,
They covered her o'er with dowers.
And left heralone to sleep !
Yet ever along thai - pathway.
i I't-rshadowtiu by tempests wdd,
A beautiful ntw-born angel
tvoojfed over the clouds aud smiled !
Tbey sit by iue slWtJiearth-etone,
weey, ta ins iwuiguigray.
to bet lib, con-
I wt'uln tb
f saynu Hot?
, desirous; ui buy-
lb use most concerned of the sol ual posi
hUi 0T their secw-lUts.
The Union movement among Pres
byterians imparts new interest to the
statistics of the several brandies The
old scnool is the largest, having SSfi 306 j (nd colour, wonld be
members; sew school, 1-50, ul ; Liuitei . iu time and space, of
Presbyterians, ..sso; cumoerland fres- the manifold, 'Itrtun
ijVU-riaus, fKi.ixs). tbe union of the nity of idea. JJ8
11 -Yes: yes:
They uiuuru fer the broken music,
Tne glory chat nea away :
They gatbcretS around the altar,
Abd over thalr sobbing prayer
The song of a pew-born angel
la riatog In r lot ore tuere f
Thry sleep, and Has sir ..round them
By fluttering wings are silrieu.
And streams of celestial mnato.
Low whispering strains are heard !
Tbey wander Ui amaranth bowers,
And meet h-i the Ed. u streams 1
The beaaUfaAtrlgbt child angel
That lili laaiyhrm In their dreams !
(iEVKBOalTY or THE JETg.
The Jews are often' spoken cf as
tremely penurious aaui Jjoneyrtoviug.
it just? We admire their spirit of Jale
peudence and the iudefatigat le indisVtry
of tho race. To the needy of their orwc
ciass tney are uiost Denencent. tn crkn
sesiueuce, who lias ever seen an Israeli?
oegsiug? We never have. Wealread
have recorded ihe liherali. v of th .m.i
mat must ut m one sense, in u ; mynaos congregation in this city towards the
of flowers, multiply ing iu time, occupy- purchase of tbe old Presbyterian church
iug space, repruuuciug inemseives con-, 'dUiMuig to be used as a public school
of lbs .Hsuiviaion wnoje deiiominatiou would give
ZKYAJ t cy. J meuiutsrotup of over 509,000.
tmually by mean, of like seeds. If yon
were to create this seed, all these shrubs
aud nowev and aetata iu their uncounted
myriads, unfbldiug and levelopillg dur
ing centuries of tine, wjrh their perfume
nu- single ialsa;
uf itself from
BQl Mp but
tho buying of whinh ia now a fixed rant
In the southern Baptist convention, re
cently held at item phis, Rev. Mr. Ben
fro, f Alabamt, stated that, on his ex
tjreasiug a deaiia to attend tbe session,
but his iuabilitj to do so on account o'
money, a leaattsW Jew of aJs towu made
p tbe retitusiteriands from a small svna-
igue tuii presj bbsbq to aim.
rVoQIl 1 Jl!?ptlt3laes..
WASHiNiiTON. June a). The wife of
president Juare left to-day for New Or
leans, eu route home.
tieu. tsptuuer, in an official letter to
the cashie.- of the National bank of New
Hampshire, says that after tbe failure of
a national bank it hss nothing more to
do with uotss whereof tbe United States
undertakes to redeem. Such notes are
subject to tbe same rules of redemption
as public notes of tbe United States.
The Greek delegation here discredits
the reports of Turkish successes in Can-
dia. Its latest accounts from the seat
of war are favorable to the Ureeks, and
j; no news in confirmation of ny
Turkish "successes smqe taoss that uave
The judiciary committee, to-day, de
cided to commence taking evidence
ajfij and thereupon briefly examined
ios Anna ciurratt. tt has not trans
pired what her testimony was, but it Is
said that it was nothing important.
Baltimore, June ."j The president
waa received at the depot by Gov. Swann
and Mayor Chapman, and escorted to
Baruum s hotel, where, in the presence
of an immense crowd, be was welcomed
to tbe city by Gov. Bradford. He re
turned thanks, saying his reception in
towns north and sooth had been of a
character indicating an era of good feel
ing acd reconciliation between tbe two
sections of tne uiuou- ' I thank ( Jod it is
so. It is easy to apply the word traitor
to me, as some have done, but I defy
any man to put his finger on any great
principle of the constitution or liberty
that I have abandoned. I have held to
the cohoil jt.ou a g palladium of our
civil and rvligious libe.-ty, and as uie ark
of our safety." Hs urged his bearers to
cliug to top constitution, and said he bad
tried to discharge bis duties ; many bad
committed errors, but. they were not of
tbe heart ; and now that the era of good
will bad commenced, be was in favor of
forgiving one another in tbe spirit of
charity in order to secure a cloee fellow
ship. " To frtyV.'nt was repeatedly
Charleston, June 29. The savings
bank has been seized by the military,
on account of its failing to pay fall prin
cipal and interest to certain United States
soldiers of fort Moultrie garrison who
were depositors when tbst war com
menced. The bank is insolvent and in
a state of liquidation. The directors re
fuse to consider these depositors as pre
Paws, Juue 29. -The official list of
awards to Americans to be given at the
grand exposition ou the first of July, is
Savannaii, June 28. Hoo. H. Fitch,
United States district attorney, fh answer
to a letter on the subject of disfranchise
ment, says: "The elective franchise is
one of tbe rights restored by pardon and
amnesty. If any person was pardoned,
and ho be refused registration, let him
enter a protest for ins oobsideratian oi
tbe commanding general." Tbe attor
ney thus closes : " Next to tbe usurpation
of power, there is ne higher grade in po
litical crime than a timid abandonment
Nsw Y'ork, June 29. A teleram
from Bome says that Arch bishop Pur
cell, of Cincinnati, will have asignet!
him the post of honor, on the Tight or
the pope, at tbe grand St. Petrr's ceie
mooy, to take place to-day, Mid that
svery attention Is being shown to Amer
ican bi.-hop and others there.
Iiouisvixids. June 29. Ex-Attorney
Gen. Soetnl left for Washington last
night, having been summoned in tbe
to. P. King and Abraham Owens,
ted of roboiug a trutn on the Loo
auai Kashvilie railroad last 'all,
wg ttawley mug,
l expo them, w
MEGIBSEN & BROTHER,
f . MAIN STMEJCT : 2SI
Memphis, : : : Tennersc
Ml Hi I
of lil-KUcretss in iU.
Mr. . s. OTIS la awiociaUril with m and ia
hereby revoinmendetl to ptiblle courttJeDce.
Our otfie is at . 49 Madl on ureai, (raar
r- in . DeHoro Block, where we will be huppy
to impart, any neeiled Information to thoKe Je
4i mg Life InBurance.
mh.'U tm J. H. McStAHON-
nt Agency of
: h . or t hem
age iu case
UliM fJAVllliB USTlTtTlON.
Binki w House 19 HatttsM SL
rnia lawtnotlon, oraanlaad ia tSSB Baa awe
INS U RANG ,
past um years, t
GEBSBAL SXCHAITOB AJfO
WUI Receive Depoalu. Buy and 9ott
Foreign UaaAeaMlc Eirkun,
! Hllm aasi raearreat Hone -
SELLS Kxclianae in Bams to son bbiiiIubw.
on London ani ail iaatttntt ettlea of the rjnltoa
stales, and will mafca ooiiacuoaa on all aeoasal
itle puwns in the north and W sal.
a a ATM!, cashier.
JJ c ajjrna. rrwMni.
GERMAN NATIONAL BANK
No. 398 Main Street.
Fir audi Mar iue
Home IuaraiM'e Coiupauy
Assets AtJKjva a)
Security Inanraat-e toiu pany
OK SKW TOHK-
AawU H.urJ.Tiis S3
J. J. JKf.tT, :
Ann las bier.
SIMPSONtfcCO., Enterprise Insnranee ompaisy
Mm 17 l)ey Street,
Wholesale Dealers and Importers
WINES, LIQUORS, Etc,
Will and It jr-.-ii.ly to their Interest to give i
a call before purchasing elsewhere,
I n m a nt e Company
OI H.VRTKORl). ONN.
emu saaJBa aa :roniptaui ae
their laivit Cash Aaaeta,
them to the favor of Busiimssi Meu and ProD-
erty Holdera who desire reliaole inanrance. for
either fire or Marine. We ropreaent no com
panies but those dnly milhor sed by State and
liteal Utwa. Ail I oases a.Unatetl and "paid at I his
Ianasey az Vredenbtirg,
General Insurance Agents, No. 11 Madison
street mp stairsi. Meinptia, Tenn. ap:
H. H MATTK.
C A. 11"""
ill'rtimi ma.tr- M '.' V.vv.W
point its the Southwest.
Kick ire ftp
mlm m pHirlpal eitlea
aaa on au prla-
couEiiui tin or mmm,
Office, 272 Front Street,
BET 'A KEN COURT AND MAJUbON,
N. B. FORREST..
F. P. DtlUUF
W. H. UEDH
T. r KE.VYuN
oay a daw
J. W. Pifit, jrH :
a a GAME, :
toner itiis and lata Streets.
DOES A GENERAL
DEPOSIT AlfD EXC5ANQE
LYONS, ?m & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail
BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS
flee No. 20 MastMi St.. la
Ceilcetloas fresj ail
Are now prepared to take Fire a id lis
organised on the fflth Inst, aa follows :
W. . URBENLAW. JaMES ELDER.
Wis. FARRISIilON. IX 7. LiOY:R.
a io mbJb lam, Ml
H. Lroirs. 1
J. Fibs, i
WE are uaJUy receiving Superior Alabama
Lime, In lane quantities, which w- are
selling at lowest rates, at the Bl nrr city Cotton
Shed, corner Linden xnd Clinton street.,
my las KDDIX3 a UOLIHKTLY.
O V virtae oi a Plurlea F)ar Faalas to me :!1
1 1 recteu rroni tan tai court or Mem
date Jans Et, Uit7. Is Savor of Jordon
and against W. 1. Wiiliame et aL, I will on
Wednesday, the 3d Say of July, 1887,
between the bonis of 10 o'clock an. and I
odo k p.m.. In the Musby Block, oa U
street, .No. , ia the city of Memphis, county
Of Shel 5y anatWraSS of twibibb s, offer and sell
to the QigDsaa oiewst sac esaa, Mas iww
pateonal property, vis: 1 Urea
u.hts.2 wniiuu ieks aud
K. cm HLEX JOS as,
W. B. SBSaSUW, i i i
a.r. iiab, - -
Owen, Moore & West,
AGENTS FOR THE
Georgia Home lnsai ae;Coaai,
Of Col.ixrj.bnB. Ga.
( ask Capital aa-J Sarnim, . ul
No. ia Msadisoia Street.
PUSTKaa' EUK MIB.
UliadKBaet "To expedite the ifkjinttjS"r
cu of Banks, which save a BsM isnin
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