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i PUBLIC DIRECTORY., DVERTISEMKNT3 ARaflNSKRTED IN this Column 1 76 wiiil a lino per munih. I.L, hlNIO UK MIUIAKY BLANKS A I.I. I lor ante low at thin oftioe. 4 LuUUb, Jf. A. A.M., VVfcU . Odd Fellows IUII. MillKY CHAPKUCORNKU 11KKNAMU0 j V enu l,inaen sis. ivev. uuuiuni iin,pnwi UOO'M ANli 6UOK3 MAD- I'O ORDER by K. H milliner, Hi-, Madison it. mffl-Sm Or LAO US U fun SAUK UlW AX J this ollice. - ' '. BOAKDIMi, $7 W I'KR WttK, AX COR. Monroe 4 Seeondsts. T. Flanagan, ml Mm C11I1NA, ULAbS AKO (JUKKNSWAKK. it 17B Main atrcet. Voorhaia A Patrick. Jel4 1UKHUX, ti. K. 4 J3R0 pUVMltiliik ((JAL01L, LAMPS. CHIMNEY'S. TIN- I . - I -A till 1 . .. r.rn. M I F rrescott ft t;o. a. wjtninoniuwv M-ora 1 tAl J Rt tAliliS PHlNil AH WVUL&X B.AX.-J t la in ollice. -1ALVARY ClllJKCIl. OOllNKK SKCOI.V Vj'HIHI AiltlUlB Sireei, rtev. wr. w mm, fw. C" IKM'KAL METHODIST CHURCH, NO. 17H Union street, l,tUtu. UiltKAoArV LOUliK HU. I 1. O. U. J. jO meets at Ojld Folluwa' Hull Wednesday amht I ill iKF OF POLIC-BISN. OA R KKTi. J Station House, Adauis street, near Third. J'TURISUAN CUURCU-WRNKHt LJLN O don and Mulberry streolat ; . . c "IIKCUIT COURT CLERK'S OFFICE, M. J I). L. Stewart, Clerk, 17 Madison it. 1ITV KNUiNKklW. H McCLUKK, KX- change nullum TMjWV, VA-NCK 4 ANDKRBON, ATTOK Vj noys-at-Law, Selden Building, IS Mad if on iitreet, Mem phis, Tenn. myl"-3m C'loLLECTOU OF INTERNAL KEVKNUK. RHounh. i'A Midinon ttret. j - . 1.1 j COMMERCIAL HOTEL, COHTJrONT VyJeltoiKin, Wheeler A Uryton, I'ro'a. ml" lOMMoN LAW AN I) CHANCER V COURT J Ureeniaw 1 nuuninc. g lOMf XKOLLKU V. M. UlOKlAbUtt, V change kuikiuik. fXTloNliREiJAlioNAL CN10N OHUKi-U- J Union itreet Between intra ana u ONUKKUATION BEN EM ETH CORN 'K J sorand ana Monroe, TloNOREtlATlON "CH1LOREN OF 1 Vj rael" Corner ol Main and Poplar treet. rwUNXV'T'O V RT-TUOM AS L KO jS ARD, J Juilite, cor. Heeond and Mtmroe. ' toLNXV"KEOISi'ER-CHAS. W JOHN j on, cor. Court and Second itreeU. TkTminal COURT-CORNEU second ana union airceu. - TUmTTerlanuj-rehbyter'N cuukcu, J L'ourtjitreeu ney. nr. iavn, f-"" 71U8TOM HOUSE, CORNER MAIN AHv y Jorternon itreeU, upHainu 1) KUOS AN U MEOlCINEfl AT CKONK t ' im ileal Btreet. uiwoh i bLAF CO.. COTTON FACTOR. 'M J ) Front treeu Mmnhia!n.mgjlu! ft t. biJS. U EEUS." X) EEOa FOR flALB AT If 1'um.IO Liioa Ottice. Ui.Lba OF 01FT this office. FOR BALK LOW AT I RAV TlCEETd FOR ALK LOW AT IJ thl office V ELuJ-r.S N KATLV FRlN TEU Af THE It Public I. KPQm OBie. . VLANN'ERV- JOgKPU. fRAClICAL H i... a,i nd Alum Pioa Fitter. Henond itroet. cor. 01 jenenon. ikT bAPTIsl' CHURCH, CORNEK OF 1 iIKsT METHODIST CHUBCH COKNER JO Second and Poplar atreeta. iJlRST PRESBYTERIAN CUUKCU-COK f ncr Third and Poplar itreeta. 1 " ; I ,RANK CUMMlua. ultima.. w- L? miision Merchant, IHfl Poplar at. ro-Jm G UY. ALDEN & McChEA. GROCERS. and Cotton factory. a rmni v. GAYOSO SAVINGS IKSTliU'llua. 19 MadioniUeet,dealin Exchaniie.Aiui t. Silver and Uncurrent Money. E. M. Aery, i'..bior. John C. Lanier, Prea't. aplO-tjyl 7TAY0SOENCAMPM EN T N 0. S. ME K Is N IjT Odd Fellows' Hall on tbt 6rat and third 1 hurpaaya 01 earn mviuu. Term an catholic cuukch-coka r Market ana tnira nraro. M.S YOUR liUOtilES REPAIRED AfcD VJ maimed by Win. C. Elln.for. fcecond aii'l ll.v.N,, alrest.il. my I-. rujgaioiiiin;'. - - . 'RACE CUUltCll. HHJiAAnuu cincci VJT near Vanoe. Rcf. J wriwj. JjyjVJ; ""iTiEKNLAW'S OPERA HALL, CORNER iTIJiuooudand Unrun t. , TTrIOSBY, WORD it CO.. COTTON AND VJT Tobaoco Factor! and Oeneral tuiumiMion .Vernliantn. iilM Front it., Mcinphii. iiil-la H- ATS. CAPS AND FURS AT Wtl MAIN ..treet, WeUte, Block. 11 AMILTON LODUE, 1. A. A. M.. OVER 11 Odd enowr nan. I I EALTU OFFICER DB WM. O. OAVA' IX nagh, Jetfemon, bet. Second and Ihird. HEBREW SYNAOOOUK-DEoOXO bi. J.J. 1 between Union and Monro. H Ji OUSE LEASES FOR SALE LOW AX this office, UNI, THOMAS H CO., PREMIUM Silk A Woolen Dyera, ! Second. mlf-m I 1 INSPECTOR-B. DECKER, BLO H1 Aiiauis and Wanhinatoo etreeta. NSl'RANCK. L1NDSEY VREDEN BUROH. Aent. No. Madiaon Street. f ACKSON VAN BROCKLIN, AUUilO.N I nti.l I'nmmiMion. Madison it. mH 1 UbT, A., (iENTS'ANDBOlb'CLOlMlJiu J and Furni-hini;Uood, J45 Main tx, mlM-lm i "an d leases for sale low at this 4 nttiee. I V A 1 11 HI. c in i lvi. I V 111 VU-1 . n PL AS I j terer'. hail Venn al rftff . j Scbaitiler V.U.. CIO. tuo myl21ra I KL1A t.i'uX'1 LODGE, F. A. A. M., UH I EWlriFlNNlE. ATTORNEY SAX a A VY I i . i : . t i ') n J9UlHAnnd ir.ni. i.snilniftn'a Block.) Memphia. ml7-lm I LO Y D, DK. C. S., OFFICE I J atrect. " 4U MAIN mylH-lm MElKol'OLirAN sionera -Ollice 1' Pil I 'I.' OHM MIS Madiwm St., up stairs ! f K1HOPULIXAN HOXEL, 1W AND ill jL Adiims street, Mumtbia. Z. . ' more. Proprietor. myw-liB. A 1 OROAN. ALLEN F.. PROPRIETOR Of" jiL Atorgan's Self-rising Flour, ft 0. 44(1 MaiL itreet, ynulhnf Real, my9-3m M ORGAN. W.U.,ATTORNEY-AI-LAW 11 ctcltoBI'ck. Madiaon at. ano-otn MtJPIc! PIANOS, CABINET ORGANS. rhandiae generally, at F. Katseiibacu's. 1117 MainHrcet. A ml-lm Vf ANIFESTS FOR STEAMBOATS FOR ill sale low at Una oBce. MAYORS OFFICE, EXCHANGE BUILD" Jl'A Ing. jonn rara, mayor. MEMPHIS wuiur. o i. kj. v. . meets at Odd Fellows' Hall Tuesday nigh ta. N EW MEMPH IsTHEATRE, JEFFERaON L.n.w Third. W. C. Thompson, manager () lb HAT MADE NEW BY M. COHEN, Haner. fc:n Alain eirewv. i"-im DD FELLOWS' HALL, CORNEE MAIN V and Court street. ..l.'l'CTT A. II I VilU A TTII HNI.1N w n . j. IS .Ma.liaon street, Seldcn Block, joll-lm DETERS WILLIAMSON, ATTT.RNEYS L at-law and General Claim Agents, Mad iaon street, l'eeoto Hloek. Memphia. jcl'Hm 1RESC0IX 4 CO.. O. F- COAL OIL AND Lamps, Chimneys, Tinware, Soas, Lard Oil. 4l Jt lluraon street. c4-Mm IJAINX STORK. ARUSf MA1KR1ALS. 0SI-0HKE. CORNER THIRD AND 1 11 CLAIM DEEDS FOR tAULOW mj tni nmre. 11 ECOKl'EK S COURT. ADAMS STREET, ' nmr i ini'i. It Ei.l.MER. U K. HltUAKDs OFFICE tiraanre ninining. c-ECODPRr.-NllYltRiAN CUtRCU-COR. 11 .HWIIII4 liai aireri.. lAHirr . . ----- -- lw'a HniMiPC. Sewid atrret. wir I bimi ivll" r r. in. ni.ilHA.-i, unr,D EtoND HAP11M CUURCH-COKNKR I Sevr-ith and Chclr. -OL TIl M KM PHIS CUMBERLAND PRE8- bytcrian Church K-hola at. near an-e. f 'OUIH MEMPHIS LODGE. F. A. A- U . a J J SI ..1.h aM. ' wii,.. " - I vtr-VAT .nvvT TB C swt:PT llKPART comer cr- 1 ii j hu..m wu jN m.nt-l.J.Bamita.yr. Jeflrowanl Nun. m,,. . 2. ... .,,( , i, lufl- Sr.MAKl SCIItriiU I 'uriiii oisati near Alabama. TTpt I KR'S Cil t RCH-COllN E& ADAM3 , ' and 1 hint atrveia 4Jl KVER OF niy , lUAuta, Krr-nt irnt, betweenCoart and Miwiia. C'HIPPlNG'TAiia-PRlNIEDOlt 1 LAIN, .f Inw ai this office. e .. L iiiri. AlIuHM VS. 1nur..v., .- T , , t-l. w ! Vadion street. J9-lm AAtALLki lt'R tktD WAiUNEB, Ei JL change Buil'iing. I I . ....... . . .. r - V 111 J. '! " (10 v: t : 1 . 1 4 llj lVhltmore Drotbera. VOL. II. PUBLIC DIRECTORY. THIRD PRESBYTERIAN CIIUH.CI1-U0H. J. C'hainea and Sinn treen. ' fliOUF. PHILLIPS tt C1RODE, WHOLK 1 ial,i (irocen and Cotton t actum, aj Fniiit itraet. nilMm 'R SX DEEDS FOK SALE LOrV A1TU18 flVjBAC'CO AN u' Cia AllS-A LARflBAND 1 tuperior (Ux k at ihurmond. Fouler Lo. a, Tobacoonima, Main atreet. jeft-lm 'TR E ASURITk WILLIAM BRIDGES. EX I change Buildlnc. MnRODEAC.F.X.. DEALER IN WATCHES 1 Jnweh-y. ittf.. 7 Madiaon atrcet. Jelb-lm u NIT ED STATES CLERK A. S MUCH- ell, 3U3 Main atreet. upmair. IT S. DISTRICT ATTORNEY JOHN L. U . Williamann. i3 Main atreeU up atain. IfESEY, W.. DEALER IN BRANDIK-S. V Winea. etc.. HOil Bank arenna. mU W"m:c."ellis' CARRIAUE8H0P, COR ner Second and Uayoao ata. mylMu WWHARFMASTER-J. BUTLER-MEM-f phu and St. LoulPackeuJarnwat; HLTMOKK BROTHER.. STEAM JOB Printfm. 18 Madimn atreet. PUBLIC LEDGER. PUkLIBHKD KTER Y AFTKHNOON, EXCEPT SPNDAY, HT ' vraiiadi'A. aud Edwin Whltmore, Under the firm ityle of WHITMORE BROTHERS, No. 13 Madiaon Btreet. r a , c" " -' The Public LinoitB will be aerred to City Subacribera by laithlul carriera at TEN CENTS tier week, payable weekly to the camera. By mail. SIX DOLLARS per annum, or Fifty CanU per month, in advance. Commwnicatioca upon ubjecta of (eneral In tercut to the public an at all time acceptable. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Firat Inaertlon 10 cent per Una Subaequent Inaortioua - 6 For On. Week . 80 For TwoWenka...- - 46 " " " For Three WnIu W For One Month -..-7! " . Diaplayed advertteeroenU will be charged ao cording to the araoi occupied, at above rates there beinr twelve linea of solid type to the inch. Notice ta local column inaertei for twenty cent per line for each insertion. Special Notice, inserted for ten cents per line fr each Insertion. To regular advertisers we offer inpenor in ducements, both as to rate of chances and man ner of displaying their favors. .... AH advertineiuenis should ba marked the specific length ol tune thev are to be published. If not so marked, they will be inserted for one month, and charged accordingly. Notices of Marriages and Deaths will be in serted to the Prsue Lgooitf ai ituou of news. But anything beyond the nitre announcement will be eharged for at the rait U 20 cents per Adrertiaemeiits published at intervals will be charged ten cents per line for each insertion. All bills fur tidvurutuug aru uue when con tracted und payable on domund. "All lettera, whether upon business or otherwise, muat be a.ldrewed Vy WHITMORE BROTHERS, Publishers and Proprietors. Tha Funeral of Oea. Cam. We find in the Detroit Free Prest detailed account of the imposing cere monies at the funeral of Gen. Caw, on the 20th inst: ' Detroit wa. draped. n mourning,' the hum. of bustnes waa hushed, and the citizens moved in silent solemnity under the bluck folds that fes tooned the streets in every direction. The city be had lored so long seerae to beq testified its sorrow for the great citizen by every observance which could be' suggested by a real feeling of bereav metitand profound veneration-' for1 Ihe departed patriot ..- '.5 -.During the funeral cereraonie,.Gene ral Cass favorite bymo was sung: " The soul that on Jeans has leaned for repose, He will not. He cannot desert to hia foes: . That soul, though all bell should endeavor to rf shake, . a'll never, no, never, no, never lorsake. - From the funeral sermon of Kev. Ir. pufhcld we find tb'a statement as ta . " W OBW, CASS BLIOtonS FAITH. . " It' give me pleasure to be able to Kay, from subsequent conversstions, that he trusted not in his blameless life, or deeds of righteousness of bis own ; that he be lieved in the Deity and atonement of ! Jesus Christ, and the reality and neces . aity of a change of .beart by the spirit of .God; and that he accepted and was sat isfied, with the atoning blood of Jesus as the means of reconciliation to God. lie Ctve unmistakable proofs to his friends that he loved the people of God, and Cue cause of Christ ;- and in the moments when suffering great pain of body, he was heard by attendants, not known to be present, tittering the language of faith and love in tones of filial endearment, in his prayerful appeals. " Father, take ipe home; dear Jesus, help me." Bishop McCoskry pronounced the blessing, and the corpse wns borne from the church, while the choir sang the fol lowing requiem, composed expressly for the occasion : , Breathe mournful uusicroundt In eypreaa wreathe your melancholy lyre. And aa ye sweep them, yield theiiuiv'ring wires. To aorrow's guliing sound. Shadow your brows and weep. . 1 . . Shadow your brows aad weep I A patriot's race is run, his labor o er ; In daily life be ll meet us here no more; Laid in his marUe sleep. Shadow your brows ana weep. He's psss'd withia tha veil I And stricken hearts ia sorrow o'er him bent. His loss deplore, in sad and long lament. Shadow your brows and weep. Then bear him tn his bed In the vale where, in the summer hours. He use I to wander, musing 'mid the flowers. Shadow your brows and weep. There rest, wom statesman, restl While iky glad ecirit. freed I row, toils and fears, lias joined tbechoiriug tbroag whoet years en dure, , - - ' . Forever, ever bl est. Shadow your brows aad weep. TBS CASKET. The coffin which contained the mortal remains of tie illustrious deceased was of regal magmhoence. It was made in casket form, the cover beiig clothed with the richest black silk velvet, with a drapery of the same material banging over the aide, edged with heavy silver fringe. The sides of the casket were covered - with heavy Mack broadcloth, with velvet caps, presenting a deep con treat to the rich gurmoentings. - The base, corner, and crown moulding were all of massive silver, while eight solid silver handles were affixed to the sides and ends. A silver plate, enclosed in wreath of evergreens, and bearing the following atmole inscriotioD. was placed on the cover, at the base of a beautifully arranged cross of living flowers : . t ' Itwni Cass. Bom September H. 1T82, Died Jane 17, 1 Mi. CtltSOntS AT THE ftkSIDKCE. Sbortlv before 2 o'clcock the vicinity of the General's late residence was denselT crowded with spectators; but. owing to the well arranged programme of the police, no inconvenience was ex perienced, and solemn religions services PI I . - mmaI-IST-T -J-i--.iuMMMMiill'l'''P til 1.1 1 "k f:,iv; I : .lit !.). . ,,, w .J ,(1 MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE, FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 29, 1606. ."."."', ,"r ." ". . it i.i ' i i .; : were .engaged in by the Uipht Kr ilishop MuUoskry and Dr. DuUield, after which the casket was removed to' the elegant i a - i: ! U JI BEARSt, ,41'. --I i drawn by six ' black hone's; mournfully caparisoned with crape decorations' and J nllimu ',l,.an,m W,m ll,tt' v7il l S The- pall-hen rent on the oecttsIOB'Were .Judges Wilkins . ..Witherell, v Conajnt, tland, F-fovpinor KobeHrMc-OleHand, General Casey and Messrs. A. Chnpotoh and John Owen. ' ' , , ' ' , j P f v f .IJ 1 i, ,' ', .VLOUHO om."i- ""' ! The, casket having' been brongkl to ihf grave,' and pluced within the outer attell, it was lowered into, the sarcophagus pre pared for if. The,. Presbyterian burial service wan then reed by-Kev.' Dr. l)uf field, after which the 'sublime' ceremo nies of , the Masonic order were per formed .by Jbe Grand Mttster.-S, P. Cof finbury'aHsistcd by' P.Mr. M. Batter and Grand Chaplain A. G H'l)brd .. j Prnisia, Austria and Italy. i The Prussian monarch rules over a jia- .. - -.k. . -Li. tton composed oruermnns, wastapnua ILug of. Sclavoirians and Lithuanians but not enough of the twojast to disturb the homogeniety of the mass. There is no State rejigwa,.buu the Government 'ihteffetes impartially in'the'management of the church concerns of the Protestants and Catholics) regulating the pay of ministers, etc. The peace establishment of the Prussian army amount to; 130, 000 men, and her landwehr, or trained militia, to about 350,000. 8o that she can, under emergency, bring into- the field nearly 00,000 men. Whether' she can maintain them there for any length of time, is another .question.. 6ul .it, is probable that the condition of her finan ces is as good as that o( Austria.. The people ' of Prussia 'showed, dndey the great Frederick, what they could do in support of their nationality; and although afterwards they were stunned by the heavy blow oNapoleon they were in the end; foUtid With Bluffier at their head, among the foremost, of .the continental nations in their efforts to crush the power of the great conqueror. , Francis Joseph, the reigning Emperor Of Austria; rules over' some 35,000,000 of people, made, up of ever? variety of race and religion to be found on the con tinent of Europe. Out of this immense population there are only about 7,000, 00U Germans, the rest being made np of .Slavonians, Magyar. Italians, Wal lacks, and Jews all more or lest hos tile to the government The telegraph informs us that Austria has 900,000 men in the field, and doubtless, she can raise many more.1- Bat it is a noted fact that she hus never done any thing commen surate with the means at 'her disposal. These Uapsburg emperors seem, to be among those who were born to have greatness thrust upon them." From be ing petty robber knights at one period of the middle ages, they have, by means of marriages with rich heiresses, and by the arms ot their allies, extended their em pire to its present dimension. What military reputation has been- achieved in the name of Austria, has been done by foreigners at the head of her armies. John Stbieski, the Pole, savej Vienna from destruction by the Turks; Mon tecuculi was an Italian ; and the great Eugene was born a subject of the French Kiog. They would do well to employ Lee now. The Archduke Charles, the ablest opponent that Napoleon encoun tered in his early career, is a bright ex ception. Beaten alternately by the Swedes, Prussians and French, we have but little confidence in the i luck of tba Hnpsburg in the field. We think Prus sia would be a very good .match for Aus tria: but with Italy taking part agaiqst the latter, and what ? Let us take a glance at Italy. ' Victor Emanuel rules over United Italy, with a population, we think, of about 16,000,000 every man of whom would think be waa doing God good service by putting a stiletto, into the heart of tbe Austrian Emperor. Victor Emanuel has a navy larger than that of Austria and Prussia combined, ana witn this he may give trouble on the Adriatic eoasts of the former. Mobile JYibune Arabian laughing Plant. In Pulcrave's "Central and Eastern Arabia" some particulars are given in re gard to a curious kind ot a narcotic plant. Its seeds, in which the active, princi rjle seems chiefir to reside, when nnunded and administered in a small dose, produces effects much like those ascribed to Sir Humphrey Davy's laugh ing gas; tbe patient dances, sings, ana performs a thousand extravaganzas, till after an hour of great excitement to him self, and amusement to the bystanders, he falls asleep and on awakening has lost all memory of what be said or did while under the influence of the drug. 4 To put a pinch of this fine powder in to the coffee of some unsuspecting in dividual is not an nncommon joke, nor is it said that it is ever followed by se rious consequences, though an over quantity might, perhaps, be dangerous. The author tried it on two individuals, but in proportions, if not absulutely ho mcepathic, etill. sufficiently minute to keep on the safe side, and witnessed its operations, laughable enough, but very harmless. Tbe plant that bears these berries hardly attains, in Kasseem, tbe hight of six inches above the ground. But in Obian were seen buHbes of it three or four feet in growth, and wide spread in c. The stems are woody and cf a yellow tings when baked ; the-.feaf is of av .green color and pinnated, with about twenty leaflets on either side; the stalks are smooth and shining; tbe flowers are yel low and grow ia tufts the anthers are numerous;: the fruit is a capillar stuffed with greenish padding, in which lie em bedded two or three black scds, in sire and shape much like French beans, their taste sweetish, but with a peculiar opiate flavor, the smell heavy aad almost sickly. A Watioaal Plat forts. Mr. Raymond, of the New Terk 7Vmg, in a lengthy speech in Congress on Mon day, took occaeion to lay down ia a con cise form the policy by which the Fede ral Government should be administered with reference to the people lately in re bellion and tbe Statea of which they are citizens. He said the President, by his wisdom, had left little to be done in tbe way of restoration : yet seven months had been wasted by Congress in disputing how that little was to be done. lie ex pressed his belief that the true policy was to be found In observing the follow ing six points: First To acerpt the preseut states or the Southern States, and regard tbera as having resumed their poeuiea of eelf government in tbe Union. Second. That the House should decide T' luil .U. " LAKGJ ST CITY , CIKCTMTIOV - - on the' admission of Representatives by districts, admitting none but loyal men who can take tbe oath prescribed. ! Third.' To provide by law lor giving the freed men of the South the right of citizens in courts of law and elsewhere. 'Fourth, To exclude from Federal offi ces the leading actors in the conspiracy which led to tbe rebellion in each State. ' Fifth. To adopt such amendments to th Constitution as may seem wise to Congress and the States, freely and with out coercion. .i Sixth.' To take euch measures;, hy the disposition of military forces, as wiH pre serve order and prevent the overthrow, by usurpation or otherwise, of govern ment in any State. -'"- Beaton and Wsbtter. A notice by Charles Lannau, in tbe Hound Table, of June 22d, of the late Wm. W. Seaton includes the following: Perhaps the most intimate friend that Duniel Webster had in ' Washington Was Mr Seaton. ' There was nd one, out of hid own family, to whom the great states man was so warmly attached. A part of almost every evening, when not engaged at borne or elsewhere, wus spent by him in the family sitting room of Mr. Seaton, with the ladies of his fumily, or tete-a-tete with him in tbe winter at tbe fire side, or in evening strolls in the summer. The ' letters and familiar notes that passed between them are numerous and interesting; and, as the eyes of the world are at this moment especially fixed upon Austria, we may with propriety give the following incident The day before the famous Hulsemenn letter was transmitted 1 to Congress Mr. Webster sent it to Mr. Seaton to read. After it wai returned, and on the morn ing it was to be sent to the Senate it oc curred to Mr. Seaton that the word patch, as applied to a great empire, would ap- pear rather undiplomatic or beneath the' dignity of such a state paper, and like an attempt to belittle an adversary go erbment, and therefore he dispatched a note to Mr.. Webster suggesting,, if not too.' late, the substitution of another wonj. He received by his messenger the following reply: , . "'Diab CoL.: Thedeed was dona be fore I got your note; but patch meaus a small piece of ground eftfe Webster, vide Shakespeare, in 'Hamlet' , , d. w.;: ; ' The lives and correspondence of Gales hnd Seaton, when they come to be pub lished in full, will be interesting and val uable beyond anything of the kjud ever issued iu this country. . ' ' ' The TJnloa Party Destroy el- When the proposed amendments te the Constitution were about to be voted on in the House, as they passed that body, Mr. Thad. Stevens, in his closing speech, Urged tbe necessity of tbe famous third section, which was stricken out by the Senate, saying : . .. 1 , I ; should be ' sorry . to find that that provision was stricken out, be cause before any portion of this tau be put in operation, there will - l)e, if not Herod, a worse than Herod, elsewhere! to obstruct our actions. That side of the House will be filled with yr lling seces sionists and hissing cepperbea'da. Give uitht third tection or yive ui nothing. Do not mock us with the pretense of an amendment which throws tbe Union into tbe bands of aa enemy before it becomes consolidated. Gentlemen say I - speak of party; Whenever party is necessary to sustain the Union, I say rally to your pnrty and save tbe Union. I do not hesitate to say at ones, that section is there to save er destroy the Union party, is there to sav or destroy the Union by tbe salvation or destruction of the Union party. Benjamin. Among the items of foreign netvs we find the following : Mr. Judah P. Benjamin waa published s a barrister in tbe usual form by Sir Edward Ryan, and the presence of tbe .. , -i . i! l.ii;. gentleman wno was so tateiy in rewiuun against tbe lawful Government of the United States excited a good deal of emo tion and curiosity. Vice Chancellor Sir W. Page Wood was present at the cere mony. After his call, Mr. Benjamin dined at the student's table, and at the close of the dinner the new made bar risters being called up by name to the bar table in order to take the dessert in the private room of the benchers upon the name of Mr. Benjamin being called there was considerable applause, not, however, nnmingled with very distinct hisses. It is a somewhat singular circum stance that immediately preceding Mr. Benjamin was A dark-skinned gentleman from the East Indies, who will be the late1 Confederate's senior. Some of the applause was intended for this gentle man. Mr. Benjamin is a short, thick-set man, verging towards middle age. ,- Tha oath ef supremacy and. abjuration was taken by him with the utmost nonchal ance. '.111' Congress ea Forests. ; It appears from the following Wash ington dispatch that the Government ie going into the forest business : The Congressional movement for pro moting the growth of forests on pu blic lands seems to have attained a practical shape. The bill introduced by Represen tative Donnelly ha been changed by its author, after consultation with Judge Edmonds, of tho General Land Office, an that it fully conforms to the nsages of that office, and nmply protects the Gov ernment - from imposition. Under this bill, Ottawa Indian Uuiversity, in Kan sas, bas 200,000 acres of public lands, for paying for tbe" same in plants cuttings and seed, to be distributed through the West as Congress shall hereafter direct. No title is given natil 100 miles of hedge and 10,000 acres of forest are grown by the University. Various sorts of native and exotio trees and planu are to be tried, and anneal reports arc to be made of tbe methods and results.nl experiments. Longs tree t " " The Shreveoort Scmlice1frn gives the following moreeau of gossip : Gen. James Longstrect, who 1s on a business visit to this city, on sitting down to din ner the other day at the Commercial Hotel cassed. by bia presence, the with drawal from the table of two gentle ea of Federal persuasion, perhi ps on tha) groand that the presence of "rebel" General might contaminate a h'jal saint But be that aa It mar, ore? ef the gentle men ia -company with the General, ob serving the gentlemen's unexpected " chance of base," remarked, " General, that is not the first time you have made tbt Yaokees. leave.'1 ' ...... - . . . . . - I 1 ! j 1 ' it 1 -4 ACENCIES. ' nr;p. Paul. ' " Formerly with Hill ,aa Bros., Memphis. 1 d. D. cnOCKBTT. yurnieriy wuariiiiB Bros Kasaville, V, PACL Jt CROCKETT,; . ' Agents fur '' ' iilLaI BBOTIiEB BUNS' i - - ' ' Celebrated TENNESSEE CHARCOAL 10X. .' , , ", fas only Stock ksft iu the eitj. , v X. ill. Front Street,1 .." MEMPHIS, TaNN. , A. f ull ttupply constantly oil, ti tl. tnarjo ain CO FA ItTlt'TiltN 1 1 1 IV tyK davj mis da " associated IV onraelvee together fur the purpose t e ing tieawral Oommiaaion Business, u utter the arm style at Miuter, Berlin .bafebe. ,. , March IS, 1W. ' ' JOHN A. MUTTER, J0ilN"V7. DABBS, Unary Co.. Ve. Danville, Va. W. BERLIN, Memphis, Xena. Virginia Tobacco Agency. MINTEB, BERLIN DAUBS, Cotton, - Tobacco Factors, ... i .t. i ' 1 ' V i , . tt-r. .,.,.(. , , ;, ,1 General Commission Merchants, No 12 West Conrt Street, i .. MEMPHIS. TENN. y Our special attention given to tha sale of all kinds ot prod arc. Orders solicited fur the pur chase of goods when tha money accompanies the order. niar'i)-3m PflOFE8SKNAL. j. , JEYK, T.llOAT ' axn I LUNG DISEASES. UK. CRlilGUTON'S Omen ;ks for thvee opooiuliue are from a Ui V o'clock a, in aud from .1 to S o'clock p. ia. Persons wishing Dr. Craighion'e aarvieea must oonault this arrangement. Ulfir-i-in Drugstore. No, 4 4 Main Street, south of U..I K--J l..r rrofeaslonsl Visit, each. T D.llsrs. '- WM. H. MORGAN, yVljT, HNKY.AT-LAW ARD '' ii i Kit A I, CLAIM AGENT, Gimmissioner of Dtedi, Etc., Over lesuto Xasaraoce Compear, Deeoto Block .MADISON 81'ltKET, MEMPHIS, TEXN. MIS CELL A ,J EOUS. Beard's Patent Lock Tie, FOK COTTON MALEM. , I . . ' ! 1 ileard i Patent, . July 16. 1961. MAXurarTcai-D ar UFAKO BROTHER, V Noa. 810 and 212 Main St., . 8T. LOUIS, MO. , Greatest Invention of the Age, i Being a Protection agatMt Fire, and W 111 BOS AUI WII.. T COMBINES STBKNTH WITH RAPID I ilv nf adiuatment to bales of any rise, re quiring only one-third of a minute to tie ap a bale ol cotton It being now well known to all the dealers in rope lor bailing outton, that only a very small crop af hemp was made the pant year, and that ia eonaeeueap the price will rale very high, and that a supply cannot be relied oa at any price. In consideration nf these farts, all deal en, aad those requiring ties, will de well te pat ia ear orders for this tie soon, thereby seeanag a supply for the seaaon. Tbe indications now. so far as we hare learned, are, that the demand ur this tie will be Very large, hence the necee siiyol making early orders, which, addressed to Uiemanutacturers, HfcAKI) A BR0..SV Louis. STONK MURPHY, or M.J. SMITH -CO-New Orleaac, LACX McOHKK. Memphis.. Will meet mith prompt attention. ' Heard A Co. are also manufacturers of tha Kicelstnr fire aad Burglar-proof Bafee. l'rice lifts and circulars famished ea appH catiua. my:)l-S- CAMAttr, WlUTFOBb .10- Manafartarers aad Wbol.e4e Dealern in ' UEAIIY-MADE LOTHI.J, AMERICAS EXPRESS BtTILI)INO, t 55. 57. 59 and 61 Hadson BbMt, Near Duane. eorner of Worth street, , . UK XV V O R I . - - s . g. OSRAtT. . ItlllT IStFIl, . a. waiTmiB. J. a. v WAOixri. a. v. tLTO. Office cf Payhaa A Carhart ia Usui datwa. jc4-edra St. Louis Paper Warehouse. H, B. GRAHAM & BRO - 83 &erond Street. - HL Lonla, , , Miasonri. t'E orrrRNTHK larcust stock or Paper la Ue Went at KILL PRICE 8. . wiaMei ' Civil isis lilitiiry BLANKS Per Se a at One eOea. Ten ' Cent Per Week. , no. loo:; " Insurance.' ; , INSURE 4 WITH . t.;. LINDSEV & VREDENBlTR(J(n i.-" . . AUKNTK fOt THE FOLLOWING FtRgT-CLiSS , . . , !cOMPJ,N!P3: i : I . . HI HTieBaif1nii m m " - Home Insurance Co. it it; i i - if'..: -';. OF NEW YORK.- Capital, t:i,75,503L f ii m M,f m ir in - - F 1 Security Insurance Co. t ' OF NEW -YORK. Capital, $1,0,700 H lli I I II I) A K TIB a D EtJ I KING INSURANCE, either Fire, Marine or Hull, would do woll to call upon ' LINDSEY & VREDENBUHGH - Before effecting Insurance alsowhere.'- No. O MadlHOti Street, el 3m ' MTnphls, Tenn. MECHANICAL. ' JOSEPH FI.A3W1EBY: 3 to (iaaiiudHtes- Pipe) Fitter. MA Second Street, corner ef Jefferson Street " , HI-PHIS, X2HF." rrEPS f!01STANTLT ON HAND A IV well aeleoted stock i Iron and Brass Lift and roroe Pumps, jevsm Taos. UAiDt.l , jam. AaiigaaoH. MAYDWELL tt ANDERSON,' it Marble "Works, " CO UNION KTRKET, Between Second and Third, MEMPHIS . TENNESSEE. MONUMENTS. TOMBS. HEAD AND loot Stones. Mamies. Vases. Count and Table Tops, Furnituro Hloba, etc., of the best Italian and American Marble executed in giind style and at reasonable prices. Our work ia our reference. Call and sec. myl2-1m OUR TWENTY-FIFTH TEAR .. , IN MEMPHIS. F. II. CLABU Ac CO., i Wholesale and Retail Dealers la Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, SILVERWARE, POCKET-KNIVESi 'PABLB CUTLERY. CLOCKS. AND A 1 larire assortment of Quus, Pisiols and Am munition. Terms cash. NO, 1 CLARK S MARBLE BLOCK, myl-;m Corner Main and Madison sts. WESTERN FOUNDRY ! TI 1D- Machine . Shop. WM. A. ROBINSON & OO. W. A. Roatusoa.' I '. A. .Mtibli. I Tt. NtCHOisow. 1. B. baisukk. AFTER A SrSPENSION OF Bl 6IXES.S for nearly four year, we again coma before tbe public, soliciting a share of patronage in the above branches of bnsiness in our buUdlnrs oa HHUL11 V HTHKKT, Opposita the Uayoso llone. ' We are prepared tn bnlld and repair Saw Mills. Knvines. etc.: furnib all kind of Cast- inn for Buildinea. Plantations. Kailrosds or SteAmnoais. With an eaitcricnce of twenty- fire years as practical mechanics and anachin- uU, we teel eonBJenl ol our ability logiveaas iafaptinn. Our pn I shall he aa low as the ex pense of Labor and atari will admit of. ap.i - -Mai GAYOSO PLANING MILL RUSSEL, GROVE & CO., i . - PROPRIETORS. Adams tU &t of Bajoa Gajoso, MEMPHI3. TENNESSEE. MANUFACTURERS OF DRESSED Lum ber, i iOring. tt eaiherboardma. Iloors. ash. blinds, a inrt sra tuvir rrames. Arc b ii,ea. It Mantels. Mrtwldine. CVirnioee. Sirrara. Handrail. Newels. H.lii"ler. Lat- ti , Baiws1ra4es, Brackets. Packing Bot. Pawp Titbaa. ee etc Keep oa band at ail times a good stork of the above, as also t falazesi Ritnhf Of all Kizesi, .: CIrrnlMr Work, Scroll 8aiusaitl Ttirnin:, Of every aeeeriptioa promptly ausmded te. Ext m Con-pany atteodM to with i rnmptaaea. Vu..s., !.!,.. " I vwk It.. i xi ieU-Sa r I ti a ... .. , . . t . . 3 INSURANCE. iOOOOJBoLLARS ".- ' '.v ,. .- 't'. i,f i i "' ' '" Of PROPERTY V. Within tht limits ef the Cnited States, . H I' t ' 1 C II .: ( j , DUINO .THJ3 TEAR 1865, SHOULD SUQGE8T THE NECESSITY OF good insuranoe to every man who desires to protest himself against the loss whioh follows ia the wake of Hie. ,. , Gives assurance to the public that choice Indem nity, of a wholesome and permanent character, is strongly guaranteed by Phoenix. Policies. . ; $410,613 Zl i - .. LOSSES ADJUSTED AND PAID during the year W' in a very marked and striking man ner exhibits the solid, substantial, and laithlul service rendered patrons by the Phoenix, aa well as tts ability to pass through seasons prolific of evinllagraUons, with honor and profit to those most interested. sia Ann Aas Caah inootue, for the past year reveals the eon slant and steady progress of this popular cor poratioa ia the face of a bittes. vindietive, ant! illegitimate competition, . Aa average annual cash dividend to Stock holders of fourteen por cent, upon its capital stock, since Its incorporation, portrays the great auooess aad stability of this eminent institu tion, the superior finanoial accuracy displayed lo iu investments, and tbe important truth that the management of the PI1Q2NIX ia in the hands of these wbe know how, success fully, ta conduct a . .. . ; -, ., i'lKBT-GLAHB Fire' Insurance Company. ' ' . K ' A a '. ' - a . - . Wsstera Bra. ch. No. West Fourth Street, Clnrtnottl. Ohio. II. II. MAGIIX, Genl Agent. Losses er urring at this Agency, nnderpoll' des issued .or the Phcsniz, will be adjusted aad paid here ia bankable funds. Policies issued promptly by ; HERMAN' FIELD, . .Resident Agent, OfflceNo. 1 Madison Street, ' " UP STAIRS, EnUanoe on Ftont Tieet. Ie5-3m 8. A. LITTLSTOS. DAS. AHl.t. . IL A, LITTLETON & C0.'S INSURANCE AGENCY. , . NINETY-TUIRD STATEMENT , ...- vea - -,-- .' . - - iEtna Insurance Comprrv. Ifarlfoail, Conn., . JANUARY 1, 1806.'- Caah Aaaeta., LiskbUitiea - Natt Asissete. ,.f -1,007.430 HO . . 844.391 4S . 3,HS3,Oa-A8 THIS VKTERAN OK I 16,000 FIRES, I. . '. . : i HTILL HARD AT W (IKK. I- .1 ' ST AS :". Efficient organisation of MQOpractitat Underwriters, from Kova Scotia tu California and Lake Superior, Mexico and the Qulf, harmo n izing the science of aver age with cvmpentating rate to the ad ' ' rancement of the public i ; argyarg. !!;-' i ' ' Flattering Teatimoniala .,... ...... ...,.- ... .i -. . , ,. a ... or VIS , ii'jlV' !N81BANCK .(OtfnNl, Kroa the In Irenes Derartmsnt nf the BTATK OV 'NBTtV 'Hlt , r .i.nt .-at TVs tasrsAsrt rowMtsstuNia to las li.nsu- . nan ' Tha Aa lasuranea Camnan . of If artfar A one of the most successful l ire Insurance Com panies af this er any other country. . . "Cnaaeetlctrt Computes follow the rules and p radioes ef the A toe almost as carefully aa if they were embodied in statute law." Agala, Pointing to errors t,f practice in New York companies, tbe -Clna'i sncceseful maoajrement and solid roles areealled to tceii aitcnuoa thus: "It still remains more a matter cl w;r.iei tkaa imlutlon ia the insurance world. 'fir what subtls alchemy bas this corpora tlcc baea eaaoled to turn Ms full-paid capital into He pbiioeopaer a etvae i . " The est ordinary events which have dis tinguished lis ULpsralisicJ financial hi.tciy." The average losse ter i'tm in the Taited Slaus, at Ui periudcl Ueywu, are abeul . I- 250,O00;4 -; v - , Tbe telegraph daily sounds startling notes e War bimg tei ail pradewt pere aaa, - r - - '. -. . DO SOT NBOLrTCT THE SJCTRIIT Ot RELIABLE INsVRaNC. - :: . - . . e - Policies isrtad althuert delay by :, . H.AXJTTXTO OO , aVfte, airVSa Ti Front Street, w gtairs. '