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i DVERTI8EMENT8 ARK INSERTED IN I Uili Column l 7;, eonta a lin, per mniitn, I l"LrK lS'UH OK Vj'lITA Kg L"AKKJ a. lr sale low at (hi nlhce. NiihKuNA LODlili, V. A. A.M., UVhK t odd rHow' nu. 5 i ; ASiiU KY CHAPEL, CORN KK HERNANDO and Linden st. Rev. Guilford Jones, pastor. IkOOTS ANI) 8UOE8 MADB TO ORDER J by K. iiennigur, tf, Madison St. in2a-u P. AliklKKNAN, LAW OlfPfCK. ROC Ii. Wa. aidackaon WoeaV . aiara-am BILLS OK LAbiNut Putt tiALK LOW AT thin otlice. 1 B" OARDINU, 7 00 PER WEKK, AT COR. Monroe A Huoonilsts. T. Planagan. inlitfta 1AKDS PRINTED AT LOWKSI RATES i Mis otnc. - riALVAKY CHURCH. CORNER SECOND iwirt. Adam, llmt, flev. Wr. w nil, pnamr, I SiKNTRAL M K'iUoblSiCUUHCH. NU. 17 J Union street, J.T. C.Uolima, pastor. i milk" ASA W lliiiilk NO. I. I. 0. 0. V. L mocK at Odd KcHow' HalMyeowlay night iUlk'V K PoLlO-!EN tf.U ARRET!, J Station House, Auuuis street, near mini. iilTV i ill.As:.! AN Il ulIKK.NSWARK. at I .ir.8 Main street. Voorheie A Patrick. ttiM (J HIK16T1A.N CHURCH -CORNER LIN dan and Mulberry streets. 1IKCUIT COCRT CLERK'S OFFICK, M. J l. L. htewart, Ulerx, 11 maaiaon si. UT Y Kfi () 1 N E K K J . 1L McCLURE, FX VV eballg lIUlldlDK. - , -. . . ' -'. ' vl.AI'P VINI'K ANDKKSON. ATTOR V neys-al-Law, Seldua liuilaing, 1'" Madison street, Memphis, lenu. mJjHyuK toLLKUTllll UK INTERNAL REVENUE. K. Itoun 1. V,4 Miulisoti street. i niMMKKCIAl. IIUTKL. COK. FRUSTA .y JeHoion.Whoeler A Ilryson, r'. m&! ( ItiMMUN LAW AND CHANCERY COURT j Greenlaw s Uiiililtng. i HiMPlUOLI.Kit-t'.M. DICKINSON, EX V change Uuilding. i ItiN U K Kii A'i'lON A L UNION CHURCH- V Onion street between Third and itayoiM 1UMGRKUAT10N HEN KMETH-CORN'lt J Second and Monroe. UNU RKU ATION "CHILDREN OF it- rl" Corner ol Main and fod.r atreew. 1UUNTV t'OU RT TllOM AS LEOMARU, iludaa, for. heeuud and Mmiron.; U)l7'fV RKOlSi'KR-UUAS. W. JOUfl ) ton. cor. Court and Second aireeta. 1RUIJNAL t'OU R T CORN KH 8KC0Nl anl t'liimi Mnwta. i It. il i.h.RLAM J'RKSUi TKK'N CI1IIR0U I (nirt atraaL Rev. Or. Oavia. ianlor. r?Tjsji)MUbiJsk"iJokNER" waInTnC V y Jertnir. utrpi't. up Lairs. J) KpliS ANU MKOiClNES ATCKONK A tin.'. XXI BhbI atreft. nia-Jiu I vKLAV A CO.. OOiTON FAi 1 Krml Hlreei. Meiiiphm, Tenn. 0OTTON FACTORS. IVl iul!i-lin IhKUAt OKKl'A. lU.KWJS tVU, BAlill M 1'IIKI.IU I.KDUKK OnilK). , . i) i) KK1S OF UIFT FOR MA LB LOW A t thia utlitte. " ' RAY TICKRTS FOR HALK LOW Af thlMflfm?, R. H. J. SHAW, OKSOTO Si RhKl. , ui)i-iiu- I iV V KLOI I'.S I K A T b 1 KIV lii 1 A 1 1 11 u TJ riial.lllliKIHiKKUURa. ' -1 II ilRfST llAFTlsr CUUUClCcoJlNkR OF I1 h!......l Hn.l AiliimklllA. 1 .'liANNKUY. JOSKPU. PRACTICAL V I'lumbor. tiitaand Stimui Pipe Filter, iiJ'i Second Hlreei, cor. 01 jenornon. ui.f-.jiii rURrti' MklHiiOlST CHC RC11 CORA Kit 1' Second and f mrtiir street. i.'l RST PilKSIt YTKRIAN CU U RCU-COR' I ner 'i'bird and Poplar mreet. I IK A N K CIIMMlN(iS. URitOKR A I'OM I' iiiLHion MerchunU WK Poplar at. mflKJui Jax'Tisii saVIVijs INSTITUTION. NO, T lu M oHtaon alreau enU in Kxcbanire. (lold. Sliver and Uucurrent Money. K M. Avery, Cashier. John C. Lmner, PreM't. apHI-ljyl i A Y 1 11 IK MIA M I'M KN T N O. .t. M K BIS I N T l l.LI Kallimr.V Hull oa tlu) lirvt and third Tiiun-duyii ol eiU'h month. 7 1 kiiM aXcaTi io lTu ciiu uciif coiTn 'ft J Alarkei ana innu irecw, I tkr YOUR iHKiOlKS RKPAIIUOJ A till J ruiiilvd by Win. 0. Klliii, cor. Second and li.v.uui atrwiLI. luylii-lll . i KAi'k cilllltt ll. MKHNAN1M) SikkkT I j nenr Vamwi. Rev. J. A. W heelock. piwtor. i RKHN LAW'S OPliRA HALL, CORNKR VJ ol Second and Juiu al.j VRIUSBY7WORl 4 CO.. COTiuN ANO I J Tubaoeo Factura and deueral Counuivnion Mercbaiita, Mi Front St., Memphis. uiJI-lm UAAIILTON LOUOK, F. A. A. M.OVKR JMdFelloys; Uiill. ; i ' ; ' I I ATS, CAPS ANO FURS AT IM AlAliM II ilreot. Webster lfloc. .. - .At mf,.m WM. n. W1IEAT0N II EALTJ1 OFFICER-OR. WM. 0. CAVA ourli. JelCunion. bet. Second and lhird; ' KBRkW SYNAUOlK-lJKS(h'0 !tT. II between Union and Monro. IIOUKK LKASES FOR SAUK IvWW ai I 1 thin ouice. i , HUNT, THOMAS II., it CO.. PRKMIUM Silk k Woolen Uyern, W Second. uilS-Sui ' INSPECTOK-H. DECKKlt, ULUFF, HIST. I Adams and Wanhlng-ton atrents. I ACKSON A VAN BROCKLIN. AUCTION J and Cominiasion, ifiiW Madison at mil UST. A.. tlKNTS' AND UOYVCLOTlllNU l and FurnUhlnKliiMMls.lMAMainst. ni&t-lui f "AND LEASES FOR BALK LOW AT THIS Xj ollice, VA I N I," H KIK1K.FI N 1)1 NHS lo FliAS 1 j terar's hair, by Seheibler A Co., No. Iu5 Main street. mye lin I kLIA SCOTT LOUHK, F. A. A. M., COR- i A nor So, ml and Madiann at roe u. J KWIS AF1NN1K. ATTORN KYS AT LAW J and Solicitors in Chauccry, No. iH0 Second street, (Slilliiian's ltloek.) Meiuphia. mW-liu I INUSlvY A VRKDKN Ull Rtill,UKN K RA L ' 1 i Insurance Aaenta. V MailiaonsU ml-;lm f LOil. DR.. 8. C. OFFICK M MAIN Jj atroeU juyia-iiu M ETROPOLITAN HOTEL, Ittl AND .111 111 Adams street, Memphis Z. H. Wliite. more. Proprietor. Biylo-lm 10R.AN, ALLEN F., PROPRIETOR Of 111 Morgan's Sell'-rising Flour, No. Male street, souih of Heal. ,'" !,',,B1 , t iVhTj a'n? wu ii.. attorn 'HT'A'i -Caw ill etc. llcnlo Block. Mailiwin t atnu usic. pianos. cauVnet okuans; Miuical lurtruuienta aud Aluni.-nl M. iliMuJi.e erenerully. at F. KuUcDburhV :1I7 MninatreeU nilVlm, MANIFks'H FOR STEAMBOATS FOR .ale low.at thv office. i - ) MAYr0R'S OFFICK. KXCIIANOK JJTLI in John Park, nayor1 M EM I'll IS 1.O0HK NO. li, 1. O. 0. r. meets atOild Felloirs' Hull Tuesday aijtlii.i. N" EW MEM I'll IS THEATRE, JKFFKKWlM at., near (i'bird. W. C. Thompson, suanMcr OUU-FELLOWS' UALL. UUUNER.MA1N and Court utreeU. l Ll HATS MADE NEW BY M . OOFl KN, Ha tier. SJ8 Main street. mrM-lm liAlNT STORE, A HT1SX MATERIALS. ' X elc, -Ml Second st. J. MrOonajiLjsjin ' lKtEK.S A WILLIAM.ON, ATIORNKYS 1 at-law and Oeneral Claim AenU, SH Mad. isnn street, Uewto Hlnck, Memphis. in 111-1 u 0S"iTFU:K. CORNER TH1UU ANU JetforoBsl reels. RC.PijiiZ'i?-li?r? QUIT CLAIM IfEKOS FOR 6ALK L0W at this olfute. I RECORDER'S COURT. ADAMS STRKKT, . 1 a, aear i airo. , . RKHLSTKR.-L. K. RICH ARDS OKFK'K Echat!te BuiMinr. . ' ' TtJlMPSON. UAUDKN A CO., UROCERS O aud Cotton Factors. ArKront sC . Ieit-.ti ! y" EtiONDPKESbYTkRlAN UHURCHHXIR. 'O Mnin and Bcwl Mryrlr. HLR1FF-P. M. UINTErUS. tiRttN Q law's Buildinir, Second street, pear Union. SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH CORNER Seventh and Chelsea. " COUTH MEMPHIS CUMBERLAND PRES 0 bylerian Church Echols st. near Vane. OOI ITH-M KM P H IS L01M4C F. A. AM O earner Second and adisoa streeta. - CPECIAL AOENT TREASf RV DEPART Omeiit D.j.barnitl.cur. Jefferson ami M iiin. Ci.V.PSON, SANDERS A CO.. I'OiTON J Factors. ai Front street. myliMio C.T.MARY'Scl'RCH-PoPLAtt STBEBT O near Alabama. of. PETER'S CH L RCU-CoKN KK ALA MS O and Third street. ' I . OURVKYOR OP PORT-JOHN M1AHUK. O Front street. Jelween Conrt aed Mwtimi. OHIPPINO TAHS PRINTED OR PLAIN. O iit Sal low at this ntfice. 1 'AX COLLECTOR I'RKD WARNER, KX- otian Bwildinsj. . . 'IMHRD PRKSI1YTERIAN CHURCH -COK. j lCbeiM and Siilhflrceta. . , 'iHik, PHILLIPS A CIRnDK. WHul.K- 1 eal Oraeef wsd CoUoa Factors, Front ,ui. Bilit-lia 'kTsT DEEDS FOB SALE UiW AT tuiS 1L '' Ilf 'Whitmore;', Brother. :;; yoir Ji:: !;;r ' : i ;' PUBLIC DIRECTORY. 'PREASURER WILLIAM BUIDOES. EX- r Oban Buiiiiinir T 1R0DKAC.F. . X., DEALER IN WATCHES Jewelry, ete. , 7 Madison street, mln-lin u NITED STATES CLERK A. S. MITC11- eii, wo main street, up wiinm. hTIStrTct ATTORN EYJOll N L. , Williamson. 3 Main street, P stairs. u V EKEYi W.. DEALER IN BRANDIES, Wines, elo., am an venue. m. w M. 0. ELLL3' CARRIAOESUOP.COR ner Seoond and Oayoso sts. uiyla-.tin Tfl rfm XIi'er-jTjTbutlkr-Mem- phis and SU Loui Packeta' Wharfbaat, J w HITMORK BROTH EHS. STEAM JOB Prinlcm, 13 Madison street. rrt PUBLIC LEDGER. EVERY AFTERNOON. EXCEPT SUNDAY, ar-r William A. an d Edwin Whitmore, Under the finil style ilf WHITMORE BROTHERS, AT No. 13 Madison Streat. Th Public Lunoita vsill be ervd to CRjr RubMiribura by laitbtul earners at 1 en I r.o lo per weuk, payable weeaiy to me earner. By mail, SIX DOLLARS per annum, Vlfiii r.nl. i.mt iiuinlh. in AllvBUca. Coiuuiunioatiaus upon aubicU of f aneral 1- teruat to the publie an at alt iaium an epuuie, n ATkH CIV AllVKKTIHIKll.' First Insertion............ .....,-UieehU r Una SubMHiuent Insertions i .. ... For Oh Veek..v -SO " " For Two W eeks ... " " For Three Week. - " " Vnr lk.u M.inlh ...7.l ' Displayed adrerUaeuienU will be chanted ae eordinir lo tlia 8PAH ououiiied. at ahov rates- there beitiK twelve lines of wolid le to th Notices In locar column Inserted for twenty eenta per liueuir eaeh insertion. ', . ., Seciil NoliiuM iaaerted Tor ton eenla per line t.reacn inseruoni 1 " To reirulaf ndverfweri w offer qpnorin dnceinmiU, bnlh as to rataofaharfos and man naw nl'iliiiluviiitf lliMir f.vnn. , All adverliseineiila should be marker the speiMUc leiHttnot tiiueineyar to ae puonaueu. If not an marked, tliry will lie inierted for one month, and ehiiriced accordingly. MaLiaim of M arrives ami DeoLhs will be ill sertwl in Mis 1'i'Bl.u, Lkuukr as items of news But anything beyond the ms re announcement will be charred lor at tiio rsu el i cents per line. i . , AdvertiscmciiUi published at intervals will lie cfi:n ulmI ten cents per line for each insertlnn. All bills fur advertising are due when con tracted nnd payable on demand. "" " " 'All letters, whether upon business or fllherwise, must ho addressed Ui' ' S W1I1TM0RK BUOTIIERft, Publishers and Proprietors I 'A Kew flying Kacbina. X ' . Tim He York Tribune gays tlint a Itrj Solunum iAJnlrews, ot 1'erth AidIkit, Nvw Jewry, liag iuvuntivl aiirf nenilv coraulu'tod., a 'machine' ." culled tin1 J'Aereon," r 'Iyin Shin, detiiisiieil t" navigate thair, not Btfrvly lo rifti? into and noat in it liko a liulkxin, at tnp mprcy.itif every 4 curreMf.i hut in. Irnvi-l tlifniiirh it' 1'rnirt pinch Ui phct,"in nny di'siml direction mill at any wiahed for rate of gpiM'd, willi llm winda hitiihs it or Hiiniimt H, ok the fnnc tuny nn. f AltcrVxiiliiinini' the dill'i'i'pnt parts 01 the apparutUH, the manner of ojwratinjj . , -i i c.ii 'rl.. a .. It. 1.1 ni'aeriDfii na hmiiiw.h ; j no Ari heine fully in II lit ml and ready for iu up ward and onward llicht, the . aronnnt gtepg L-j ,tha reap end of the oar, thereby elevating tho forward end of tbe imlloon five, ten or twenty feet, as the fane may be., and, the murium: beinj lnonenml, it initneUiale,iy diovuh ou in tne iiin-cimii in which its how in pointed, gliding upon the track of coniprcHKcd air formed in the eavitv on its miner surface. Having attained to us reat a liiglil aa We wIkIics to ifo. the naviiutor cither nhifta his ballagt or IjiniHf If to die for ward end of the car, thereby depreRsiiiu that end pulls lbs valve cord, and im mediately begins U) deHcend at the snme anglo in which be hag nacended, but Mill movinif forward in the same direc tion. In Hearing tho ground he throws out a small Quantity of liallaxt sad again ascends, and so repeats tho operation, as Ur. Andrews claims, nntil his ballast or his teas is exhausted. When ho desires to alivhL he has only to step lo the mid dla or rear of the boat--supposine he Is descending at the time and by thus elevating the Ikw, either check thfl luo m en I ii in of his forward rnovcnienf, ' oi sail horizontally along until lie discover a favorable place to alight Ur. Andrews claims also that his rud der will trn the ship in mid air with more ease llinn an ordinary vessel is managed in th wuten ill will be seeu that his theory of the management of his) vessel is coniulete. No point bos been overlooked ur neelwteiL There are of eotiHe riiany minor circumstances con nected with the construction and man agement of the machine, which we have not space to ilelail here, and whicn are not ncce.ssiiry to give Ihe general reader an idea of th general aeope of the in vention. Aeronauts and jM-rsoiis inter. esled in u-riitl iinvignliun may, however, derive many interesting, and perhaps valuable suggestions from a personal iu snection of tbe anparatus. Dr. Andrews claims, ana Willi justice, that be is entitled at I-ast lo the indiil genoe of the public, until h shall have shown -either that his plan is entirely practicable, f -that the principle is a fallacy. As he has constructed the appa ratus and conducts Ihe test entirely at hia own expense, this certainly ieeuis little . enough to ask. lie proposes, within a few days, to have everything complete for lug trial trip, ana then to make it. lie will sail around the city ot New York in full view of all its inhab itants, and ret am to the point from which he set out . Sliouls! he succeed in doing this, few persons will be inclined to dy that the problem of arial iiavigation has been solved. Its jesolls may be oali" mated when the theory shall have been proved to be eornecC , v . , , : What a llrtttgar tees ia Cengrtis oa Sat- ! nrday. - Tbe hall is rather souibre, daylight Struggling in on arnj irum lue wpr um even the light of a dull day makes th gilding glare paiufully. lie observes the two little Huiis over tbe cpeater neaii, and has take his seat before perceiving that a man is on hi, leg, behind one oi those little gingerbread desks.ksranguiBg the House, lie cannot hear a word he says, partly because tbe man does not talk loud enough, lioUtliierly liecaase t,o cat it paying any attention to hint. But lew members are in their seats, and these are husy writing, an exercise they vary with another, which aorucwhat amazes our friend. lie tries vainly, and would like t catch a word or two of a speech thai aeems to elicit such terrible spplanse. Tbe members are constantly clapping their hands with great but not prolonged energy, at which little hobgoblin psgeg gpring about, runaiag as if to relieve each surcharged member of this enthusi ! ! . ,i ,.' l ll i I ! memphiSi Tennessee, Monday evening, may 28. ism. asm ; and our friend gradually discover that the hand-clapping is not applause but a -mode of summoning the pages. He gazes ia bewilderment on the babel before' him. The man is reading his speech and does so from a printed eopy, as if he were paid by the line for it The pages skip almut- The members clap their hands. People come in and look at the show with stoical apathy, aud then go out ngaia. The niun finishes his reading and sits-dowu.' Another man gets up and commences the same per formance. The members go out until riot overs dozen of them are left. The man is reading his speech. He does not do it very glibly ; he does hot do it at if be expeetcd to gain anything by it. Some humane friend comes to his rescue with a motion ; by parliamentary fiction the sneech i considered delivered, and printed with the proceedings, and as mnnv eonies as the orator likes to pay for may be stuffed into the glory of a buif envelope and tranked to a wonuenng constituency in his " district" . - !. It may be a necessity in the economy of tho great parliamentary whale that it eomo up to the surface and blow oft', and then go down again. If it could be en tirely restricted to the Saturdays it would be Hotter. One day in six is, after all, not a great deal to devote to. parliamen tary nonsense. Making a speech is con sidered the destiny ot our politicians. her who should not succeed in going through tho operation just de scribed at least once in every session, aod franking home many thousand dirly-looklitB- little pamphlets as evidence, would lie considered an utter failure a frond nnon the public. It makes no dif ference that lie has nothing to say. It makes still less that no one wants to listen to him. At the close of his "cnUv chisra " some leader of the House may be kind enough to- ahake by the hand, and congrotnlate- him on bis ' speech," but even the most verdant- member is not unsophisticated enough to. believe that it had any effect on anybody. It is a broad farce and a shallow one. Each Saturday gets rid of half adozen of these orators. 27i Nation. . " On Mors Unfortunate." Mr. Moreland, wife of Harry More tand, an actress, who has been perform ing at the Olympip Theatre, yesterday evening, at her place of residence, on Girod street, between l'hilippa and Cir cus streets, committed suicide by taking chloroform or laudanum. We could not learn positively the cnVise which led her thus, with her own hands, to usher ber soul in the presence of her Clod luit from tho rumors coming from those who: know her, wo think there . can bu no doubt that domestio trouble or jealousy,' was at the bottom of it Her .husband, who is an achnr at tho Academy of Mu sic, bad bestowed his all'eclions upon an other woman, thus driving his wife to desperntion. ,' , We hould judge from her appearance that she was about eighteen or, nineteen yeurs old, and ns we"gn.ed uimn her fair form,! wrapped in the habiliments of the grave, and her paW snd dice, and thought of how she came, to her deuth, we could but feel touched. . There is always some thing inexpressibly touching in behold init n beautiful woman, with the sunlight of youth yet on her brow, reposing in tin c i r:' It.. .1:. I . .......!.' arms oi ucaiu. i ivimy om'invw uni-u-less lines of ISyron suggest themselves: " II who hath bent him o'er thedesd, . ,. Ere the first day of death is dud, , . The lirst dark day of nothinmiess, The lat of danger and distress, ( Itefor decay's eHscina: lingers Have swept ibe lines where beauty lingers,) Aud marked lb, wild angelic air, ' The raplure of repose that's there, ' -i The Hied, yet tender traits that streak The languor of the placid cheek ; And but for that sad shrouded ey That fires not, wins not, weeps not now. Ami but fur that chill, changeless iimw Where cold obstruction's apathy Appals the gasing mourner's heart. As if to him it could impart . The doom be dreads, yet dwells upoa ; Yes, tint for luesu, and fiese alone. Koine moments, ay. one treacherous b"r lie still might doubt Ihe tyrant's power ; So fair, taealin, sosottseal'd. The lirst, last look by deuth reveal d t So coldly sweet, so deadly fair, We start, Tor soul is wanting there. ' ' ller's is lb loveliness in death That parts not quite with parting breath, ' But beauty with that fearlnl bloom, That hue which haunts it lo the tomb, . Fixpression's last receding ray, . i i A gilded habi hovering 'round decay Tli furewell beatd of feeling pasa'd away. 'Poor, unfortunate woman I In her flight, mny her soul be winged to a better orl.l t han tins. She lias made upon the every-day stage of life ier last entrance played her Inst part, and her exit is for ever. IV. U. I icaunHf. 1 From Percy's Aneedoten.J Between the years 1710 .and 1730. the Fretnasons were subjected lo great Jaw secutinnH in Portugal. A jeweler of Ibe nanm of Montou was seized mid confined in the Inquisition ; and a Ineud of hi John Cousins, a native of Sivit.erlainL wan arrested. The fact that these I wo peroli8 were the leading Freemasons ill Lisbon, constituted their crime. , Cous: t os was con fined in a lonely dungeon, whose horrors were btglileiied by the complaints, tbe dismal cries aud hollow groans of several other prisoners in the adjoining cells He whs frequently brought before tbe inquisitors, who were anxious to extort from him tho secrets of Masonry; bat refusing to give, any in formation, he was confined in a still reper and more horrible 'i::geon. l'in. lintr threats, entreaties and remon strances in vain, Cousins was condemned to the tortures of the holy oflice. He was therefore conveyed to Ihe torture room, where no light appeared but what two randies gave. First they P"l around his neck an iron collar, which was fastened to the scaffold , nnd ibis being done, Ihey si retched bis' limbs with all their minht. They next lied twrf ropes around each arm, and two around each thigh ; which ropes passed under the scaffold, through holes made for that purpose. Tbege ropes, which "were of th size of one's little Hntnr, pierced through his flesh quite to - the bone, making tbe blood gush out at eight dif ferent plaeea Finding that the textures a bow described could not extort any discovery from him, they were an iahu- maa six weeks alter, as to expose hi in lo another kind of torture, runt rrtemus. f possible, than Ihe former. I her mad him stretch hi, armt in such a manner that the palms of his hand were tur'aed outward; when ty the, help ol a mpe that fastened together at Ihe wrist, and hich turned by an engine, Ihey drew them nearer to one another behind ia such a tnesner, that Ihe hack of e-srh baud toflcbed, and stood exactly parallel. na on Ibe Other wnrreuy worn nis honldora were dislocated, aad a euanli- tv of blood issued front bis mouth. 1 h i torture was repeated thrice; after which LARGEST , CITY! CimWl.ATIOS. he wat again tent to his dungeon, and put in the hands of physicians and sur geons, who, in setting bis bones, put him to exquisite pain. , An Ecclesiastical Protest Against the Tilting Hoop. New York Cor. Louisville Democrat.) The tilting hoops have at last aroused the indignation of the clergy. Last Sun day one of the Jesuit fathers, connected with the church of St Francis Xavier, iu Sixteenth street, spoke his , mind pretty freely oa the subject Ho admonished the femalo portion of his congregaliou that they must give up tlie abominatioo altogether, or cease to eomo to. the con fessional. . Nothing half so immodest or immoral has ever been witnessed in New York before, A etrunger might, be for given the suspicioo that onr wives and, daughters were all turning courtesans. He did not know what the fashions were at tbe theatre or the opera, because he did not go to such places; but he could not shut bis eyes to such nuisances, as it existed before hia eyes, in front of God's holy altar. He was determined to abale it so far as tho church of St Xavier was concerned ; other clergymen could do as Ihey liked. As you may infer, this cler ical blast against the garment in ques tion hat ereated an immense sensation. A party who manufactures them, in or der to protect his business, has hired a Protestant, preacher to deliver a lecture to-morrow evening ia favor of it, He proposes to show that the tilting hoop is conducive to health, comfort and . clean liness, and as " cleanliness is next akin to Godliness,'' he will be prepared to de-; moustrate that the allegation as to immor ality is all moonshine. So, you see, there; are two sides to a question. It's a deli-, oate one, at .least, and perhaps it is bet ter that the parsons should deal with it than the .newspapers or newspaper cor- respondents. -. . ' Our national Debt. Mr. Gladstone -in presenting the' Eng lish " budgct"to )a House of Commons on May 3d, tuado somo very important remarks npon thq subject ol tno debt of the United States. , He said he consid ered the. debt as something wonderful for the creation of but four years, and that, although its amount was, leas than the do,bi of Great Itrituin, u larger annu al tax wag required to pay the interest He justly remarked, however, that the United Status was in a fur more favora ble position to pay her debt, both inter est and principal, than Great Hritnin wns to pay hers; that there are persons now liviug who may see. its entire extinction, ; and that tbo future of America, so far ss Vi nance is concerned, is not likely to be attended with any embarrassment. He thought Englond. might take -a lesson from America, and endeavor to reduce her own debt The debts Of vurious Eu ropean countries are stated in Mr. Glad atone'g speech, aud as compared with that of the I'm ted 5ltesss lollows: Great. Britain :i,!)u9,0l0,C!l.". . 2,CH9,f.K!l,ri42 2,000,00(1,000 . l,fiH0,(MI0,lMl . 1,:Wi"i,0(I0,IHKI 770,oX,tl0n 74o,000,000 4'2".,O00,0tM) 2o5,000,lWO ' 15,000,000 Kiu,000,lMiO United Stales, France, Austria, - Russia, -July, Spain, - -Holland,' -Turkey, . Prussia,: -Portugal, - PRINTING.. : NEW TYPE. CAROS, OAKDS, OAKHS, , , . CAIUS. ' ' CAUHS. 0Ak!K. t'AKHS. I'AKJiS. ' CARPS. NEW PRESSES. BlU.HKAliH. . . HI I, Lit KA lid, ; BTLUIKAliS. BII.I.HKAUS, i BIl.LIIKAUS, Bll.l.l. KAll.-i, tlM.lfKAUSj HILullKAIiS. ' BIU.HKAUS. lillXllKAOS, BEST MACHINERY. CIKCUI.AKS, CIKi'liLAKS. CM CI ' I.Alt S, CIK'l'i.ARS," . , CI tlC II LA KS. ( ClHCl'LADS, - CIKll'I.AKM, CI Ki ll I. A Hit. i CIK( I) I. A 11:5, .... ciuct t A ft BEST WORKMEN. HI l.l.d LAlUNll, , i;i 1. 1.1 i. in KILLS I.ADlNel, BlttS tAIHNtr, . BILLS LA I1 NO. DILLS LA hi Nil, RILLS LA l'i.Nli. BIL1-S LAUIMU, SILLS LAUINli. LOWEST PRICES. POSTKRS. POSiltRF. POJlKI", mm: l"lti'Rt3. . t Mi l KRS. . .. fuiEK;?, , PwsrKiif, , ' I POSTKR.-?. ' gl'Srttt.S, Pu.-:TkKA FINUST WORK. PRW P. A MM B3. . PHixiKA M M ha, I'H'ii.H AMMLS. HK'HJR A SI y.iji, PKKRAMMaS, :i'KiiKVMMti PRifUKAMMKS. PRiKlRAMMkS, PK.e.UAMMe-S. And everylbinc in r line, promptly and nearly pnauJ on reaeonei.1 Iwras. at tb rrnr.ic! i.r.iJi:it FFirK. Peine ia year rdn t tk "Id stand. NO. 13 MADISON STREET, Wh,r tky will rwwiv oar proaipt perasjal WH1TMOBB BBOTHKB8. ACENCIES. ' W.P. PAUb. I O. D.CKOCKETT. Formerly wirh Hill- Formerly wilbiiilluian man Bros., Memphis. liroa., Nashville, IMU1V& tROCKETT, .' ... . . i , Agents for UlLLMAnT liltUTUEU A ONt'. Celebrated TKJiNKSSIiK (HAIU0AL IKON. '! Th only St4ick kept tn the city. So. 2IO I roiil Nlrwt, . MKMFUIH, TKJfK.. i . , A. fall nupply conlnntly on liw i. uir.f!-n copakt.m:iiniiii. ' WE HAVE THIS DAY ABWWIATKt) ourselves together for Ihe purpose of do ing Heneral Comuiisaiun llusiness, umler Hi, Bun style af M inter, ilorliu A labba. .Marcbli, Mi. . . ; ., j. ,, , ,,, JOHV A. MrifTttt, ' JOHN W. DABU3, Henry CoVa. banville. Vs. , Wu. I.I1F.KMX, Memphis, Tenn. Virginia' Tobacco' Agqncy, ' MINTER, BERLIN & DAUBS, Cotton, Tobacco Pactora, General Commission Mereliants, , No 12 West Court Street, MEMPHIS, TKNK. Ourspeeial attention given to th, sal ui all kinds of priNlui-e. Drums soliinieil for th, pur ebae, of gooiis when tbe iu'iiey avoii. anies thoriir.- iuar:!l-.tm JOHN L. EICHBERG, AGENT FOR SCHOOLEY'S PATENT Self- Ventilating American Ii'efri(erators and Jot. W. Wayrit liter Cutilert Shower Balhs, TIunKe Badis, VAltrltnBE BATH. AN It ALT. KISlS l ot housvkei'irs' goods, tjoutbeni agin0' of I'. P. Stewart's celebrated Cooking .Slnviv, at the C'hiirU-r fttotc rjtiporltun, niy'J-liii 19! Main rt.,enr JWashibrlea. JAM IB STSAt.N. W. . COoliytK. ; Eeeeutly of H'llly Spring", At is. STRAIN & GOODMAN, KKAL KSTATH, . .ii - -l Collection & Qen'l Agents, SM Main street, llayoso Hlnek, up stair, MEMPHIS, TENN Agenla for the American Land Compaay, Boston Hew York Caiekasaw Land C , Bsatoa and Mississippi Cotton Land Ce.t Mississippi Bottom Land Compaay, AND OTHER LANDED INTERESTS formerly represented by W. Oondtaaa and the Messrs. Orne. "Will pay Uxen, buy, sell or lease eity prop rtv nr lanil and iilftolations. rulioi't rluim.' etc., in Teouerfuoe. Mississippi, Atabatuia aiiil Arkansas. , . . M.y::1, wr: "-? Imi LECAL. i Law Side Common Law and Cnan- cory Conrt ' UP IDE CITY OK MEMPHIS. CLtHn's Orm'k, May i, WA. Thomas P. Ruby, Plaintiff, vs. Attachment Suit. James B. Trigg. Defend't. I AKHIM V1T Eon ATTACHMENT II A V ing beeu mede in this rase in pur uanre ol am-tion :tlu", of the eode nf TeniHmee. and at tachment having been issued and returned by lb proper ortioers levied, alexin Ibe proiterlT; ol ibe defendant, Jami-s 11. Trufg, it is ihere- fore ordered that said deiemiant appenr at th Cwirt House in tbe my ol Meiapliia, Tenn.. oh or before lb second Monday in Jaue next, snd deleuil Ibis -uu, or tne same will lie uaen Hr rontessed as to him and the rae set for hearing ,l parte, and thai a eupy t-f tbisonler be pnb- lisned our, a woea lor lour eonsevuuv weeas in uie Memphis Prsi.ic Lrnoaa. JOHN lHioVAN, Clerk A eopy: Ani:rsiin A Tvttlb. Atl'ys for Plaintiff. u)7 lawlt" Law Bide Common Law and Chan cery Court t ft., Of th eity of Memphis. Ctasic's Okkhk, Mayl, , Koloado P. A rata, Piaintifl. I vs. A ttarament (nit. Win. 11. Lane, Defendant. I 1 S-K1IIAVIT KoK ATTACHMENT HAV- A in, liean male in this raw iu purauaae f soriioa Mo of lb, eode of lennerse. aod al tavbaient having beea issued and returned by Ihe proper otfieer levied, ete., ,n the property of ihe defendant. Wa. II. Lane, it is therefor ordered, tbat said defendant appear A th Ceuit House, in ueriiyoi Meupnia. iena.,un or befor tb seeond Muaday in June next, anj defend this suit, or the same will be taken for eouieased a to aim aad the ease set for bearing ex part, aad that a eopy of Ibis arder be pub lished one a week for four consecutive week, ia th, Pi-blic Li oors. JUHN UO.NOVAN, Clerk, n.. a,, iikaus, auiuhcj lor riiiuju, wiyt-1aw4i James F. Branch 1 va. Neat L. Siareset. al. I I" II a I'LAIMIIK, ArMlllut tbat th detelid;uit is unit-bird lo hiiu, and is a aim -resident nf the Stale. Hav ing obtained troea as, VI aa. Sims, a Jutinoi Ihe P,ae f th eouutv of Harwood. aad Slat of Tennewee, an oritiul altaehmenl against the estate of the delendant. and return al.le Wture me r som other Jet,M af lb Peae for raid eoaaty and but, aad the aaai. having been levied on Ihe defendant s prop erty, it is lherelr ordered h 'hat said de fendant apiwar hefor at at nry e(li-, ia th Uiwaof Brvwusviliey eounty and Slat afore said, oa Ihe 24i hr May, lv to defend said attarhaent euit. r it will b proeeeded with l pane. Aad. it is lunaer eruerra mat ibii .1 . . . , j . i. U 1, . . a,..., . 1. WM? blMS. J. pT b. rBOTB. atry tor nsraui. - iaw,w ; 1 Z-i - Ten' eii!s Per Week. "::N0.73.:;; INSURANCE. LINDSIiiV&VUKDKNBlKtiH .... .. ..!. . : . i . . anggrs fug ths rni.MiwiKd hkt-i:lah cuurAMitiS: ' ' '1 A : ' ,i, .' Home Insurance, Company ; '"' '' OP NEW VORIC. ...!..,., ,..''! ... . l.i I l. ' . . .( I -. -, ! .-. ..: .. i .1; V i'i i :, i w. 'I , . . i- tl ' ,'. . -i. i .. ( ' v i n Security Insurance Comp'y .,;'- ...... i i; i .. . '! , .., , , OF NEW V0UK. , ,, . .. . ... ; . , .... ... ! cAi-iTAU - - ... i,oa,7oe ! i n I - ' II . I .v ' iS-; . iU ':' '..;-l.)t. 1 I 1ARTIES DESIRING INSURANCE iUierPu-e, Manue or Hull, would di. well lo ran uimn LINDSEY , A , VREDENBORQH Before etfeeting Insurance elsewhere. " .' : I ' ' No. tt fittlKn Wrwt, . m:il-".ui Memphis, Tenn. M ECH ANICAL. ,u thos; Hatiwki.I.. ' ' ' 'jas. A!rrn:gSo MAVDWKI.L & ANDERSON, , M arbl e Works, OI lJ'mlS', HTHKlfi'lV Between Boeond and Third, j . , AIEMI'HIS j TENNESSEE 0NIIME3TK. Tl'MHS, UEAD AND vl l.'luitShiiiHi. Mttottn. X'ases. Culinter aud Table Tops, Purniture Plahs, ete.. of Ilia best Italian and American Marble eXeouled in gol style and at reasonabla prices. Ourwork isour relrrenre. Call an see. , mya-nia ODR TWENTT-nrTH YEAR , IN MEMPHIS . f t V. II. CIAllIC at CO., Wh'deiraleiiiiil Retail llealers in f Wiitclies, Diamonds JcwHrj, SILVERWARE, POCKET KNIVES, 'IMBLK CUTLERY, CLOCKS, AND A J. large a'sorttneHt or UnnSi I'Ktois ami Ant kimution. Terms ruth. No. 1 CLARK'S MARBLE BLOCK. myl :tin Corner Main and Madiaoa sla. WESTERN - FOUNDRY ! "I Machine Shop. WM. A. ROBINSON CO. Wu. A. KlIBlXSllS. P. A. Al viHi.r. K. NiranLsiig. T. B. SacNoms. AFTEIt A Pl'SPENSION OF BUSINESS lor nearly four years, we again eooie lieluro the pulilie, nlieiting a (bar of palrotiage in tb above branene, ot business in our nuuuinvs on ' HHKLIIV.HTKEKT, Opposite tb Oayoso House. We are prepared to build and repair Saw Mills. Engines, ete.; furnish all kinds of Ca-t-inir for Building', Plantations. Kailroads or Strainiioais. With au experience of twenty fire years a, practical weehanies and maohin isU. we feel eoulident of our ability logiv, sat isfaction. Our price shall be as low aa the ex penses of labor and material will admit of. ap:l :a . GAYOSO PLANING MILL RUSSEL, GROVE & CO., PR0PRIET0WS. Ailams St., Knst r Cajou Gajoso, 1 MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. f ANUPACTCRERS OP DRESSED LL'M- i.v ir, riiM.ring. n eainerimaroing, iwrs, bash, Ulinds, Window aad lor Frames. Area riuea, llaie, Alwitels, Mouldings, Cornice, Staircases, Handrail, Newel,. Baluster-, Lat tice, smuairatm. j.i a, . n w rump i uoe. etc., eie. neep on uanu ai ail . time.- a good stock of tb above, as also I ' a ar,-aaar e, asa h . araA..l Krroll Sawlnj; and Turn Inu, Of every diwripri, pronpUy attended I. Sll orders he mail or thrnngh lh Si-wtaem PtpressCiuipajiy attended to with pnnnptaeaa. -l'.i-l..d,.- addreas, " Lock Bnt .1.!." niarli-'iia JOSF.l'II FI.AXXEUY, PRACTICAL PLUMBER, 41aa aind Htrn Pip Fltr, Booa.l Street, corner of Jeffenoa StiW .. .1 MUtffila. 1K. T'FEM (HiNMANTLT ON BAND A IV well seleried Mek w Iraa aad bras Lilt and Pore Putups. aiar&-2ta ' w t mm 3 INSURANCE. ' 48,600,600 ' 'DOLLARS J ' ' i L A i .. . i I . ... ! i- 'l ,)- 'I ' 1 Destroyed by liMre, - if' 1 .. .." i: .,.iv;l t-:. , Within tb, limits of ths United Sta,e, -'1 t i s . H ,.'. I 'H.'ir.'?' DURINO THB TEAR 1865, -1 SHOUtD SlTGGESTTrlE NECESSITY OP good insurance to every man who dcairee to protect himself against Uieloas which follows in th wak of fir. , , 1 1 , ; , , , , , . , I ' - . ! 1 S : 1 ' flivg assurnnc to the publie Uiatclioipaiadein nity, of a wholesome ,nil peruianent chanicler, is strongly guaranteed by PbcetiiX Policies. f A J, I. 'i eif f n )) rsj '. ' ' $110,01.1 at LOSSES ADJUSTED AND PAID ilnrins th year liy,1,, in a very murked and ntrtkini uiua aer exhibits the solid, siilMlnnliitl, and faith I ill aervioe rendered patrons by th Photnir, as well as its ability to pass through aensuns proline of conflagrations, with honor and profit to thos Bust interested, 1 ;, , ,., $M0,000 1 OO Cash Ineome, fr the past year reveals the eon atant and steady progress of this popular cor poration in the face of a bitter, vindictive, and illegitimate competition, , i , . - 1 . - i ' ',' . 1 - ". !.!; 1 .. -i ' An average annual cash dividend toRtork holdera of fourteen per rent. ui.n its capital stock, since its incorporation, portrays the great surcemand stability of this eminent Institu tion, tbe auperior financial ueeumey ili. played ia it investment, and the im port ont truth that the management uf the I'HCEMX is in th hands of those who know how, successfully, to euaduxta . . 1 ' -'-..f, v... ..... ,. FIBST-CLASS ' ' Fire Insurance " Company. Western llniarb, , No. 'M West, Eourth Sirct, Cincinnati, Ohio. M. nAiil I sis," iin'l Ageui. . :; I . ! .!'! , . . :: Loss in. mrrinr at tliia Agenny, under twli cies issueil tor the Phonix, will be adjusted and paid here ia baukulde funds. ' Policies issued promptly by "' ' ' ' IIEUMN KIKIih. ,; . ' ! ' Resident Aunt, ' 1 Offloe-NoV 1 MarJlsoii sired, ,r w. , UP.H1 A1R8. 1 Entranoa on Front blrt-et. inuj-,'hu a. ii irmiTiwi 1 t. 1A. ABI.S. 11. 'jA. Littleton i co.'s INSURANCE AGENCY. . ' . i- l - ..- ..,.,. NINETV-THIRD STATEMENT ' 111.. . , r, . I I . . : , . . ... . ' i .,1 .1 ' lg TBS . - , I . I i , : 1 f.;- . . I- . Etna. Insurance Company, '1 . . . , f Iitrlltx-il, Conn., JANUARY 1, 1 mo. Caah Aaaeta. $ I.Ot7", 153 MO L,iabilitiM U I J.'i'.'l -tS m Nclt Asset,.... S,H9:l,08 t 8 .1 THIS VKTERAN OP 10,000 FIKIIN, ; , MTII.l. HAU11 AT MOHIC Efficient oryanuatinH nf d)U0 practical Underwriters, J'rvm A'kci 0-itia to L'aliJ'urnia ami Lake Superior, ' Meiieti uhJ the Gulf, hnrmo- nizing ike WrV' arer- .1 1 1 age with citnijmi&atiug . , . rates In the ad vancement of ' '" the public i- welfare. . . .... d. . .. .'. I . , t i.. ' ' . , nattering Taatlinniiidla T X.1W ' INSI KANCK - t'OMTANY, .- ! t a ,. .1 ,i , Proat th Insaraae Depurtueut ol th KTATK OW NKW YUHK tag isscSAgcs coauissiuggg to thi i.ioixla- Tis.r: The A.'.tna Insurance CnmnanT. of Hartford. an ol th, aioat woramfnl Eire I nsurauce Com panies ot ttiia or any other country." v , w . , . a, Connecticut Comiianies fnllw the rolfw and practices of the Atna aJnm?t a eirilly as if th wnnuo4lid ia suiaie law." Again. Poratin te erw.ru of urartir in New York eompaniee. the ;toa' suc-estiil manatrement and solid rules are called to their iilenuua tkas: . j . "It eat ill remains aor a waiter el woudar thaa imitation in la lusuranc- world." By what snhtl, ah heaiy has this coriavratiua been enable,! lo lorn its full -paid capita! into Qa pbilueaiaber's aurtes 1'' - 1 ' ,Theextraerdinarvcnls which hat dis tinguUhed II uuparallolwl fiaaiu-iid bi-loiy." Theaversire lo-fci per diein in Ihe 1'nitd State, at Una period f Ih, year, are Uat 5350,000. ' - 1 ... Tb, telegraph daily sound, rtartlint aeUsa warning to' ,11 prudent persons. DO HOT NEULECT THK SH'CRHk' Of RKLIAbl.K lN.-l UANCE. . Ptiliei, iasaad wilaoatdelay ly 1 H. A. UTTLKTON CC .Acta. ajar-Sal ' Tt Froat Stre, j ,tair.