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Vtei t. jyl-Jm Boarding Mouses. B OARDING, 17 00 PER WRKK. AT COR. Mimroe 4 Beciinatm. i, rinnn. m..m Boots and Shoes. B OOTS AND SHOES MADK TO ORDKR by . Mnnilr. Vi WhUinon . iaoiii Coal. B RIGGS A PETERSON, COAL DEALER8, ACKER. H. B.. DEALER IN; PITTS, burg eon), No. 8 Wmhmttum tt. i ylJ-lm Coal Oil and Lamps. V-IOALOIL, LAMPS, CUIMNKYS. TIN Kj ware. Snaps, Lard Oil. Ijanterua, t y. t. l'resoott a Co.'s, 40 Jefferton treet. Ji-aB TiRESCOTT CO.. 0. P.. COAL OIL AND JL Laiupo. Ohimneyi, Tinwar. b, Lanl 'ii, 40 J. tfemon treet. Clothing and Furnishing Goods.' TUST. A., GE NTS' A N D B D Y p CLUT n I n i Jand Fnrnithinit Good. 24ft Mai n. Jyj"1 China and Queensware. c HINA. GLASS AND QUEENSWARE, at i- a V.v.Ua; Jr Dalrllr. lf14 Sill lin mum ni. t w ' . Drugs and Medicines c I1IER0T. C. R. BRO., DRUGGISTS Apothecarieiinain trei. - jy...... Groceries and Commission, 1) ELAP A CO.. COTTON FACTORS, a 2 Krnnt.iriieLMemiihis.Tenn. jyW-lm IJRANK CUMMINGS. GKWKtt h ...,.-mn UarohiuiL lH9Peilartt. ' mlilci TrigSBY. WORD & CO.. COTTON AND lj Tobacco Factor! and General Comiuiiil"a Alerciianifl. aw r nmi bu. w""t.i" 1 UY. ALDKN A McCRKA, UKOV;B. T and Cotton Faotor. 208 Front tt. )e3-Jin TOOK. PHILLIPS A CIRODK, 1 sale Grocenand Cotton taotore, 1W6 Front hi rent. yio-ia WILLIAMS, i. 8. A CO., COTTON FAU- V ton and Commiiiion Merchant!, .301 Front btreet. - -; !JM-lm Hotels. WMMkKCIAL HOTEL. OOR. FRONT J Jettereon. Vi heeler A Bryiwn, pro'l. )T& lf ETROPOLITAM MOTtL, io Aiju 131 Adami street, Menuihu. Z. H. White- tnore, Proprietor. Houses of Public Worship. ' A SBUKYCHAPKL,Cl)R;riUJ!.nnAnuu IA. and Linden sU. Rev. Guilford J onee. partor. I1ALVARY CHURCH. UORtn.. ojwui'i Vnnd Anama mreet. ivht. mr. i Ventral MKTHODiSTCHUKCH. no. it KJ Union rtroet, J. i. .vmiinn, 1. TllRISTIAN CUU ROH -CORNER LIU' J den and Mulberry treet. - . . . . JL rv. r.-l rn ,f b loNtittKHATIONAL U" Jl?uw,u rv 7 union uret nfiwwin nmu iiiNUKKGATIWN B"M EMo'i'UrOJiJSI'tt I ljuu,j und Uiinrn. lO.NUKKUArioN "CHILDREN OF' IS- y rael corner ei waw-aau ryvinr niww, MUM .KRLAND PRE,SBYTER'N CHURCH, . ii .i. k . lia. Iknuia iildin b1 MRST BAPTIS1 CHURCH. C0RMEH OF 1 i 1 I Ua... .r- IKT MKTH0DI8T CHUH0H--C0HNtH IRST PUkk'iiVTERlAN CHURCU-C0K- pe:ona nu rnpirtrrri. ,1'UUlK ,'l I'lllil.W! I'lllRCH tltlttJiR J Market and ini'd strew. k i RACK C11UKUU, utltJi4,iJU aittioi IT near Valine. Rev. J. A. Wlii-elock. pasU'r. I KBRtW SYNAUOGUK DKSOXO 61, between Union anil Monroe. ........ K n a n.Ttf'r ti itupit run L'D Lj Seventh and Lneisea. D Main and Ut-al itreete. LJ byterian unurcn conoiii t. jg"r jkf.".tr . t u .uvi'iinuril-PilPl.llt KT.REKT h near Alabama. - . i Lt. PETE I! S CH U RCH CO RN ER ADAMS IJ ara TniM streets. UURD PKESBY TER1AN CHUHlH-COU. t.ne sea una oiatn mreeie. Insurance Companies. NSUR ANCE. LINDSEY A VRKDKN; Kt' KGI1. ArenU. No. Madison Streoi. . Machinists: k TAONER. A. V., MACHTNIST.1W JSA- 1 onuiifte Biresi, is prepareu u mv luntry lo put no tnacnineryoi auai""". j""" Music and Musical Merchandise. KfUSIC. PIANOS, BABISKI OKtfAUD, 111 Musical Instrument and Musical Mcr- iandia ireaeraMy, at r. JLawanoacn s, au Main street. )yt Public Offices. hlRCUIT COURT CLERK'S OFFICE, M. I . 1. T illMk 13 MkJiM.n at. . iitv v:iiiMHKK-J. 11. MoCLURE. KX- L CDinsa nuiiuiiis. (OLLEUTOR OF INTERNAL KJkVK3U.kC J K. iliimn. 4ij Msnisnn lirwt. - inMMuN LA W AND CHANCERY COURT Ureenlw'i BniliUnK, . ' , ' -'r , luUNlk' OiyRI-'WOMAS LEOJlAKii, juilire. eor. oeeoira sun npnrv 1UM PTK0LLrU-'. U. DICKINSON, EX- cnaace nuiiuiiiir lOUNTi' KKGISXER-rHAS. W. JOIV j son, cor. Court and hecond streets, - 11UMINAL COUKT-COKNER BKCOND I and Union stireta. ; ' ' UJSTOM HOUSE. CORNER MAIN, AND I KALTH OFFICER DR. WM. C. CAVA" X nayh. Jetferson. beL Second and Third. NSPKCTOR-B. DECKER, BLUFF. BEX. lsmi ttnii Wajihinirlon streets . k ' I AYOR'S OFFICE, EXCUANUE.BUILD- r ETRoPOLlTAN POLICE C0MMIS- sioners uince n aimiynn m., iipnmin.. JOST-OFFIUK. CORNER THIRD AND Jrtlerson streets, ri. L. hiss, r'lynnnw. IegITER. L. R.- RICHARDS OFFICE UhRIFF-P. M. WINTERS. OR KEN- law s rtnltfllDK. M-pona sirret, nnr rni'm. FECIAL AtUT TREASURY IsEPAR.T- ment U.J.arnitt.enr. jennn'n ma ! , ,. , c v..o os BoulwlflUM l.nAlil;K. Ii rvt vr .vw. . ... n prom street. Between conn nn mii' 'REASUitt'R WILLIAM BR1DUE8, KX- rhanre duihiiiik. nrwJtrKt TOR-FRED WARNER, KX- I .""Willismxin. .S Mnin tnt. op stairs. SITED fTATES CLERK A. & MIICU I ell, fl Main street, upstairs. rHARFMAKR-J.J.BUTLKR-MKM- phis and bt. l-ouis racatjm nwiw. Places of Amusement. r-mr . oj-o nrm Hi I.I. PORlfER ' r. r, . i. n t, o ' ' , ...... " - . - . ji of reoond and uaion srs. I'EWMEMPHISTHEATRB, JEFFERSON sL. near i pin, w. j. mi""i-i vDD FELLOWS' HALL. CORNER MAIS I Court streets. ' II II I II IM II J II - 1 " " . ' iiM.T,.vOl...rfll,v.."' II ' Ml u.mB-T M I v U J . . X. U , U U -gs II Ly ALr , J ,iJ.i. ' r : '- -7 - II M 1.11. uorc Urol bcrs,. VOL. 1 1. PUBLIC DIRECTORY. Plumbing and Gas'Fitting. ULANNERY. JOSEPH.,. PRACTICAL V pluuilMir. Gas and Ijteatn Pit Fitter. UAi efond street, cor. 1 JtHerson. l-5-:im Paint Stores. 1)AINT STORE. ARTIST MATERIALS. 1 etc., 2M Bind st. J. M' D'inald. Jy2-lm 'Printing and Blanks. LL KINDS OF MILITARY BLANKS for sale low at this nnice. ILLS OF LADING FOR SALE LOW AT th's Hi. 1ARDS PRINTED AT LOWEST RAT J M this orare. I) EKDS OF OIFT FOR SALE LOW A this ottice DEEDS, DEEDS. DKEDS FOR BALK AC Hum.ic l.r.ut Olliee. .. 1) RAY I'iCKETS FOR SALE LOW AT this otnee. rjNTiSnJPKS NEATLY PRINTED AT THE Mi li.. us in I . as nn IrD J I Hi A H OUSS LEASES FOR SALE LOW-AT ihitinmce. A Nli LEASES FOR SALE LOW AT 111 1 j office. TaNIFESTS FOR STEAMBOATS- FOR iVl nale low at thi? offioC; , UIT CLAIM. DEEDS FOR BALK LOW tms omca. lHlFPING TAGS PKIiiTKD.Ott PLAIN, sv. 7 lur rmiv w nun T1"v. 'THRUST. DEEDS FOR SALE LOW ATVU1 1 olfioa . . it HltMORK BROTHERS. STEAM Jol Prlntors. 13 Madison street. Societies. NtERONA tODOK, f. A- A. M, OVEli V Odd reliowr nan. ftUICKASAW LODGfi NO. , I. 0 KO 7 AYOSO BNOAMPMENT NO. 3, MIE16 In IT Oitd Fellows' Hall on the 8mt and third Tbursdaysot aach monta. il AMILTON LODGE. F. A. A. M, OVER Odd fellows' linn. 1 CffTI (miHtt i'.nTiHK V. A. A. M.. t'ORr j net Second and Madison street. 1EMPUI8 LODGE NO. 6, I. 0. O. If. 11 ineetsatOdd FelliyMallttnadjiighj. SOUTH MEMPHIS LODGE, F. A.-A. Mj, aorner Second and Madisoa. street. - Saddlery and' Harness ! ' MENDKLAR.A GREKKLAW. DEALERS In saddlery and harness, leather, shi e find ings and curriers' tools, lfl iMadiaou st.))-ln ,: Silk and Woolen Dyers. II UNT.IHOMAS H., A CO.. PREMIUM Bilk Woolen DyersJcnndlvaBt ! 'Tobacco and Cigars, i rnOBACOO ANft OIGARS-tA LARGE AN,P 1 supertor stwk at Thuruond, Foster t Co. s, TobacconhiH, 84M Main street. . Watches and Jewelry. ' ' ' -' 'PRBDEAC F. X.. DEALER IN YT ATC1I ES 1 Jewelry, etc.. 7 Madison strfot, . IffclPJ Wagon Making.: fiH? T0UK BCGOIES REPAIRED ASD. Ur paiated by W?in..C, Elli..cor. jjpeond and Gsyoso striwts.' ' 'ylr-1B' lf M.C.ELLIS' CARiaAGKSllor.ytiK- nr8eoudaid0.tyosnu.i r. inyl&-m JOB PRINTINC. neIt and,eleqant JOB ' ; llillVTilVi. -AT W PHIC 10 K CARDS I ' t . . . I , I ' ti CARDS, S"' " CARDS, 1 - tJAKDH, $&ANp' $6 50 fii iooo!' I Kit ' i" BILLHEADS l ' ' EBTLLHKADS, I BlI.l.lihAUO, BILLHEADS, Bl Ll,ll KAllb, .i BTT.I.IIKADS ;i O r; BILLHEADSJ ' BILLHEADS, BILLHEADS. ' ' ' BILLHEADS, . . , , "$15 00 PER REAM. CIRCULARS, - f ' CIRCULARS j - ' illRClILARS, . v. i CIRCULARS. '.. . ' I CIRCULARS, ' ' CIRCULARS.. - ! CIRCULARS, "'"I i," ' CI IRCl"I,AR3. J CIRCULARS, ' .. $10'T0 $15 v PER REAM. i ' ' BILLS 1APINO W BILLS LADING. . BILLS LADING. . RTLl.S LADING. ' BILLS LADING, BILLS LADING,. BILLS LADINti, BTLLS LADING. I l T'.Oi BILLS LADING. -BILL LADING. , T ' , ' $14 OOJPER REAM""; posters,'' "'' " "r POSTERS. . . .', ' POKfKR. - ' - ? ' - tit i ' post'Erp. , . . P0STKKS, ',. POSTER. ' ; - POSTERS, T- POSTERS, ' ' I - POSTERS ' li' . . ; Lower Than All Utners. . i : f ; f - PROGRAMMES C . t rr - - pnfHj K A M ! PROGRAMMES, PRlMJRAMMtS. programmes. :pR(h;ra.mmes, PROGRAM MKLS. i tt r : ' PROGRAMMES. PROGRAMMES. m PRCNiRAMMKS. ,", ;..!! . .- ',': Anil everythln in or line, promptly and . neatly printed oa reasonable terms, at the PCnLIC ! LKDGKIl OFFICK. Bring ia your orders to tha old stand. HO. 13 MADISOIf STREET. TOiara tney will receive onr rrompt personal . . . ! aueution. . , WHITatOBX BBOTHIHB, 1 1 ' ' r ' . 11 ri "I 7 'I" 1 I , I . , . . . -,. .. ,i .. ... : . , '. ' , -.;.J?-i.',..V,'' ' V 4 LnOE$T CITY CinCHI.ATIO.. M EM PH IS,' frKNNEt5!SEE;(rl'IlURS DAY- K VrEN I NG, JULY 26. 1800. PUBLIC LEDCIER; PUBI.lHHin EVERT AFTERNOON. EXCEPT 8tJ NT) AY, ' ... ' -'-I ' ' I ' . . - .1. ) - William A. aqd EUwia yTiitmfre,( . Under the firm style qC -1.,'t lt H i VHITMORE BROTHERS, No. J.3 Madison Btieetr ..-.. The Psblh) Lidoki will be served o OtV 8uliribers by faithful carriers atTKN CENTS per week, payable weekly to the earners. - , By mail, SIX DOLLARS per annum, or Filly Cents per month, iu advance. ' Coinuiunications upon subjects of generaMn terest to the public are at an times aeoaptahle. RATES OF ADVERTISING, First Insertion 10 cents per line. trubsequent Insertions 5 " " '' For Omo Week " . . F.f 'Two Weeks 45 ' " Fur Throe Weeks 1 " For One Month : " '" - " DiKilayed advert iwuMuwilliokald ai eording lo the spir occupied, nt above rates there being twelve lines of solulj tyj tv the inch. Notices In local column InserteJ ftir Uanty aeots per lino fur wh insertion. . - Sneeial Notice insertod lor .ten cents per una f.r each insertion. ' ' ' ' 1 ,: 1 To reaular advertisers we offer supenoain ducenieiits. both as to rate of charges and man ner of displaying their favors. All advertiaeineots- should be ' marked the specific length ot time they are lu be publuihed. If not so marked, they will be iniertcd .for one montli, and cliwirtd a-cordinjrly. , . . N..li. ,.f AtMrriiuioa and Deaths WlU OS Sa- sarttd in the Pvsuu Lll(Ug Il.iteuis.of news. Jiut ati'tnmg bcyona me mne announreinrui willia aliaxgodfot at the rotv a,aim.U per line. -4'. ! - ' ' ' ' ' ' ' A .lortWments anblished at intervals will be rhamtd teikeauls per line for eaeh insettion. An In Ha tor aavoriisifig are eu. wueu oua. tractd imd payabto on demand. aur All lutturs, whether upon business or otherwue. unit be sildreMed tyKk!,l4J J WHITMdKK BUOTHERfiJf k, Publixhers and Proprietors. PROM EUROPE. Garibaldi's Werk-Scenet aatt Cempaay at tna ueuerai a cteaaqaarvera. '2 r rf - Salo, June 30, Correspondence of London Tat' graph, - I reached 8ulo at jUootiA. aid .ascer tained that tWrPgulars' weTe' advancing to occufy the htghta which yesterday were held by the Garibaldi tin It is a wonderful . chassez-croisez. but military strategy ian ineurolable thin Up ta yesterday night tourleen thousand troops were at Montechiaroi, ,in clow.-.pfoxitiiity to Lonato. Garibaldi, with the whole of Lis staff now augmented by the presence of Col Chambers and fjriWl by ba'ofTWri Chatnbfr, the President of the ladies' committee fur offofding aid to the Gnr-' jbuldian wounded,, who proposes to de vote all her energies to the christian taak of assisting the wounded in th "field-- arrived at Salo early this morning. . :Ml the Garibajdian regimegts have receii'tl -ordcrs-.o ..ihtcK Gari;. baldtaigearcely .Wrrved at Salo r&h took;lle cars and went off on a tour of inspection on the Lfljo di.flj.rdi:. He bag tfiree gualioairt- ittsenfer stcuniers haVlilv conertfjinto vessels of waf-- ;on tua lasjeine Austrtans nave suven. Let yBt mention that juet belora I Jelt Dedenzuhof an .Aitrian, aunboa.t j was hoverlaaJjouttne'litilB fort, and had fired ihrffnot j t"iwMvltiteera' : canr Itviment;-; , ,S. ifrh I ') T .'.'if'. Ia theljterhWJl Garibhldi werit down in a carn'ace and. pais to Uesahltoo HtJ is, expected back to-tiighL t. ' hED PBIRT". RgQIftEN'T. ,.t The tiitibtjldian KiitollueulolHoet arc Bgaitf oisaned and more red shirts, boots and j&ip ir urgently wanted. Contri butions whold be ' addressed to "La d rnmissiiroe Femminile pelle Canicie Ruti., Mttan.iL King VictoriimBiiiiitiel hns written t Tible letter to the chiefc. bidditig him to-..ha.f good henrt aa ha the King) is, and ejjrpressing histwre L'ufidnce in h'mi and in the volunteers, t ' At S in the morning tif the 29tb, Gnri rmldi' inipeoleU'tbi piitipris btctililed Ly ! the 1st luid iSliul'.ciiiaientsi coiumanded ,by Col. Corte. He -P-lso paid a visit to isomeDftbe wqaTiili-aT of the rfguWr army, to chcc tfiavsif' with kind words and ijncuurniia tlitfct wrtli hi -magical stnilS. Up to thi.snt'pst' ntw- hAvw seventeen Ihooiisnd rd frhlrfs-' sqtrnrting " for encamped ia" Hardly " the- word-round Lonato. Larf3 4itforcemc-tit9 are cora ingupi Hie Giitjlwldians ure.ffuU jf enthusiasm, knil frattiUlly eateUo-croes byonrtsfilBiUi-cm.vVifvi IiioK ihtorly W deplored that they have left without artillery, end witlwut sutvalry- - Gen. Avetano, soiae' Time ' Minister of War at I'fbis,je(irjd..ius,.,vMetiatu G&ribaldr M not yet cotrie up from Ban, but is hourly expeed,i . - , AU1TKU .SPIES. , y v . ; r The day before yterdny, ar Bover bella, four of.tha Guidus lh "Guardia Nobile" f Garibaldi entered a wayside house for repose and je(reshaient . .As young1 soldier4 however fnjtant, are apt' to do,-' ttiei were' impmdenr etiongn to leave o jpnl -teir lrr'sY'ui their arms auHRtld- They wore sitting down to breakfast, When, art Austrian spy 1iav inir betrnved them, they were stirroilnded d 'tnlieii nrivnnrtri 1 Tkn;.r,i,..h.J,jii.,nf. I r,4'iiaint'itf i Uhlans, f Amonir th prisoners, 1 am sorry to say,'' Inhere W Venetian ieniv grant, already deeply compromised lq the affair of tVnll.. 1 .f . 1' . " .V,,, Several Auutriau 'Si-ies have boen ar rested here and take-n to headquarters. Garibaldi Js said to be averse to CApital puniskraesit, and I have not yet seen fcoy one hanged. The spectacle, -a the case nf an Aualrion ttir. nlieht be edifylnC I but might als pefprodiictifejjf, "'ifilfn tickling aejrisatioti', pireiiiwl Hn5iubd-jin I the region or my own winupipev i am not at alreertuin as U the. ki4 of -in t rnnni whioh a efintributnr tivaa English newspaper., takta pn4orr,"6fty, by.a; 6VJ tacbmeul-Ol VroaU, flight. OJipecLK.jMr qis, I feel quit aertisfieel v to wha co-wipe il lation could be elaime-l by I ht family bf a special corTcspondi-ol hanged i the discharge Tif ji i duty ' '-" t. A CaroUaa Witaess. y,'Jn i They have a cntu specimen lu man aature in North. CarolioA VvfJ one remembers the celebrated r Cousin Sally Djllard Case," aod here is one re cently reported, which ia not far behind it The writer gives it under the head of " legal piweediaes.'.'." T v .''.' Action for work andTlabor donem cot ting a ditch on defendant's land."-Plea " Payasent and sat-, -off, ia bacon and corn meal " rUin-titTr SotTon 'tBo ataftd Recot lects the ditchijig prealy, but seem to fore all about the bacon.. ' You say your dadd: did , all this ork?" Do you know what he got for H r inaaired the attorney for tbe defendant,-) He got nothing for it as I ever heard on, that g what he never got, , answered the witness. " Didn't your daddy get corn and ba- r 1. , ' .- . ' - con front tha defendant in pay for ditebj- uig 7 ., i ., r ,, T: Never beard of Lie getting no corn or-bacon- ' " ' ' ' . U What Jid TOr daddy and family live on last summer?" i , n,i- ." Vitlles, moetly. .... " What sort of victuals 1" . "" ' "Veil, meat and bread, Hndrom- imea whiskey.''" -l ' .t'- ." Weill where did Jie. gel; that meat and hreaa i . Well, first from one And tuen from another.!' " '"' "' . ' ' ' "Did be not get lomeol it iron me defendant." .. .. . ,,. .. " He toought. , 11 1 know that be mbught. but did be ? that's the question." ' " Well, he maught, and then you know, he moughtuV . , . , With coimideruble xcitement,'and in tones of thunder : ' ' 1 ' " ' ' ' ' " Answer the qnestiobj aad no mdre of this trifling with your eath. Did your daddy, or did he jiot, get corn and bacon frpm the defendant for ditching?" ' '." Well, : now, he "monght; it didn't oc'rurred'Zactly, you know." : - Here bis bonor interposed;. and with si stern judicial frown addresses the wit ness thuitwise : '- Witness, von'jnnst answer the qties- iion' 6r the Court' will be compelled- to dnl wuh-yQu, . Cuol.you say yes "I -reckon." ' " 4' 'tl theii, answer" yes or no. Did or did not your daddy get corn or bacon from the defendant at the, lima referred lb 1' inquired the Court. . . Witness, now fully aroused," and con sciotis of 'his danger -: "' ' ''Lr Well. Judse, I can't edzactly remem ber vnn koow. aeain' as how it all duu bpft ,gone and eat, up, but,' planting himself firmly, As one delptmirted to out with it, "& the best Of my- reekerlepk shun, if my memory serves me right, he oiigh.ti and then, again he inpug'jtnU,". ' The tlitintiff saved his bacon. .Ver dict accordingly. m i i. ' r-..-- . '. Another Kail la the Radical Coffin. t It is a well known physiological fact, ilint the human mind, individually' or collectively, ll more or less subject to mania or monomania, vno oonsiani. sn- boring at one,ido making it the centre around wtiicu all otner lueas must re volve. -There are manias 'for murder, manias for burelnrr. manias for -lying manias for frauds, big and. littles, and above all. manias for suicide, as Uliistra- trated in t,be case of A .Frenchman who, within the past tear, constructed s gnll- lotiae.wifb such nicety of arrangomen -. .! L -fl l.T. that in trying ita enicienuj ue cut ou m.i own head in something less than t lip twinkling of an eye. Now for the ' application. The Con grtss of the United States (?) on Mon day passed over tue t-jresiaeai s vei? a biH for the . protection, feeding, .and clotliiug of Southern negroes, made frpo as an incident of our late civil waf in other, words, making the Government W. immense elecmosyuary institution, thinking thereby to secure popu lar approbation on the score of huuiuni ty. " They did not consider the jmmensv load of taxation already upon the backs of the, people, nor did it enter wU their heads that when loo heavy a load is Un armed it is verv ant to be thrown off. Under a profession of phllanthrophy, the Radical have passed this bill, voting millions of dollars, not out of their own pockets, but out of tliO pocket of the huiul. (nrirattiniT nl the Same liltl tbllt although tbey dt-sire to degrade the Pres dqnt, he is tho only functionary who tan sjurry such law into executioii-"-that with nt militurv force tho law is a nonentity, and that the President, as Cummander- in Chief of the army and navy, can at any time withdraw all military support, without which this Freed men' Bureau bill it not worth the parohmert oa which it is engrossed. - .. . - This reckless squandering of the pub lic money is a que-ition for the -consider-tinn nfthe pTite who have to furnish It and itis not difficult to see that in-such ' pum tha null in -the Radioal coffin will he driven to the head. National Intth ligencer: ' . ' ' " -f ' - B-o-l-t-o-n. ,. , Boston ia the eradle of the habl . Th where Mr. Warren fell aud hurt himself Thenlace where Wendell Phil lips, the " silver toagued " (whatagail!) orntpr, doth abide. It is the bub of the .universe, and the dwelling place of the big orgim. Boston thinks she is the lap goat place-in this world or the next Bos ton is a complacent bung; near by-is the home of Boston's pet, the silverware stealing Ben. We .rather like-Boston, fur there is no place like unto it; from the fiddling of Nero to tho Revelation of St John, N. Bl C JQnlf wny between Boston -and Provi-denee--for Boston ia long way from Ptvtidence e we were riding in a car, a still small voice, like the whistle of aa eoVuie. broke anon, the air.- A ceotle- an a. in the seat with US nawovt the seat witn us ncovfrei am hh head.-and with -a smile bade us lit tun "Whal's that?'.' said Wev -, " Tbe big rran of Boston t" .aid he. with a funeral wave of the hand. ' -"'The dev-ill" said we. ..,- "Thoawhak- not profane I" said "the tpole.-waau frero tha 'hub. VJ Hast be" to Boston ?" asked he of tho-eilver tongue." " We baslisotist," replied we then to fcim. ' ' ' - ' ' kHe looked" poor heathen I He said we must visit the Cradle of Liberty .We asked him if Fred Douglass and Anna Dickinson-bad engaged that cradle yet? He didn t see it I He said we most visit Fj-neuil Hall. We asked him what -nigger troupe was performing thero now ? He looked bewildered. Then he said we must see where Warren ftslL We asked him if Warren ever got. over it tbe place where he fell T He appeared de moralized. Brick PswROT. 0a Hair-Dyeing. Is it, as Mrs. Ople contended", acting a lie to dye the hair T If it is granted that it used to be so in ber day, when it was only those whose gray bairs told unflat tering tales who made use of this disguise, still, in tbe present day,, the youngrgt, prettiest and most dashing belles change the color of their locks according to the caprices of fashion ; and what tbe real binna fido color of the hair of the girl yon moet admire, there ia no more pos-, sibility of determining than, whether tbe tressea vou aa admire ara really bcr. own in any other sense than being honestly .v. . . I . . . l - : paid for. To us it appears that the sim pie expedient of rutvrimg tbe color of the hair, which is claimed as the quality of tome of our cosmetics, bas become a sort of natural way of telling the truth :- "t- - .-"!.-: . " ' : . and tha whole trutb; for how are we to know what color originally, belonged to the hair of any one, if so toon as it be gins to turn gray it is left to itself? Ministers of religion, and even processors of theology, have bad nuuaort o: objec tion to avowing openly that they have used articles for restoring the original eolor of the hair. ' But it is safe and easy enough to darken the oolor of the hair4 A weak solution of acetate of iron will, it is said, effect this, and, mixed with a little glycerine, it rubbed daily into we hair, will permanently darken it and benefit trie health besides...-After a cer tain age, iron and sulpburet of potassium, the latter to restore the decreasing sul phur, tnsy be useful. . A whole volume nat oeen puoiisnea on this subject,- full of prescriptions. ll.o chemical constitution ot toe natr was first made known, it is said, by Mr. Hatchett, who showed it to consist chiefly of indurated albumen, together with a little gelatinous matter. That hair whrth contains she most gelatin is .the most soft arid flexible, auauelin, it il said, hnsi found two kinds of oily matter in the hair one white and common to ail hair ; the other colored nod which in part, the hair depends. . Jrou sad sulphur are found in dark-colored hair and magnesia in light " ' ' '''' There is no doubt tbattbe hair may be fed and nourished healthily by absorp tion, and we all know that a. may be greatly affected by climate, ' exposure, age and constitution.' 1 ' ' ' " ' ' Example for Virginia's Young Ken. From the Richmond Dispatch, July It. Two young men in Albemarle, have accomplished on farm oil three hun dred and thirtjs-tbree aeres tne luiiowing resulls: Iithe first part of the year two freedmen were hired, but 'their laziness and anwil initness to perform their du ties caused tho ronng farmers to dis charge them after a few weeks trial ; and since that time tuey nave periormeu alt the furm labor themselves," except occasionally in harvest the hire of day laborers for a few days. .i be -boys rise by early duwo ; one milks the cows, the aihiu- lends and curries the horses,' at tends to fbe hogs and cattle; 'and after an--ehrly breakfast, perlonna earnestly and. -industriously -, whatever ..work .is necessary. to be done;, their, fields have been well raked and plowed, and the re sult is good crops realized and prospective'.-' T tier have reaped frotn hfteento iwentv acres most .excellent wheat: are ouw engaged siu reaping seventy acres of ouls : nave sixty acres oi corn in u rate order: have also reaped 'several acres of hay ; have One acre in Irish po tatoes: over one acre ol uardtin vegeta bles: and have alao plenty of chickens. ducks and turkeys, with all the luxuries and comforts to be roond on a well culti vated farm. The housework is done by a. npL'ro woman and one. KirU. while the sisters ofthe young farmers .keep the house in orJer and ueif iriii thany things tiei-etofore left to slaves. The mother of the. -boys is one -who-knows the true uitiumig-Ot ,VJld.' Virginia nospnauij, and every visitor n welcomed and treat eitSif in days of yore, before' the Yan kees tried their hands in Improving the condition of-the oolorod rate Before the war it required from, five to seven hnnd ,,j manage and work the above farm, -now so well conducted by two vouni: men who nerved th ir native State faithfully in -tlm lat effort to gain- our independence. .- .. , ; . ,Ji ' A tOTal SuffofST. ' ' ' : Senator Lane died" Ori ihellth tn-tt.-nf the hiiuries inflicted on himself some ten days previously, and it consequently de volved soon Governor Crawford, of Kan- sas. to appoint his Successor. ' It wuuld appear that'' this functionary Boon set aboat to Inquire (ostensibly) whether o not it was neues&ary to make the ap- niMatment during this session ot Uon gresg.'. Indeed he gave it out,' as the To- Bcka Hecotd ttated, prolessediy - y au thority, thatthe early adjourumeia u' Congress mnda tbe appoiatmeqt unnep. eseary. Whether or not this, was as given out, the following telegram,-" In .nswer to the Governor's inquiry. may serve to illustrate: :i m - v iWiSHisnroii Citt. D, C-.l July 1. 12K..1S60. J .- We hone to adjourn hr the 23d in? but mar be delayed until the 15th ' We shall certainly leave ia a few days. i - . , .. J.. B. .Hevouiso. Having received this disje'-ib by tele graph, on the day of its dstt.' Governor Crawford on the evening of the 10th an nounced the appointment of Major t. G. Boss, of Lawrence, as successor to Senator Lane, and on the morning of the 20th Senator Ross started post haste tor Washington eity. Probably he will have reached there before the bene te adjourns, If ool. he will be entitled to draw a salary of 3,00(J and about 52,550 for mileage 15.560. In view of the toilsome and ar duous duties Senator Boss wilt have per formed ito reach Washington), for so smalt it pittance, , we are induced, to eaclaim, -"Good lxird. how we loyal peo ple) do suffer.' if. Lows Ktpubhcan. ..-,, . '' ' i e i Solaiera lainltei and Segroee CheaUd. - On Sunday week, a Radical and cleri cal philanthropiM of the New England stripe made his appearance in the pulpit of a negro' church at Cecilton, Mary land. Hit sermon appears to have been made op of declarations of negro equal ity and of ultimata superiority, calling ort the liegroes to assert their dignity, together With some wantonly falsa state snenU about the. position of negroes ag officers in the late armies. His harangue finally aroused the ire of a number of re turned Federal soldiers, who quietly ad vised the-reverend negropholist to take kis departure,' This he quickly effected, without waiting for any resort to violence in bis case. The fellow not only insult ed the soldiers, bnt he added insult to injury hy taking with him tome $10 of a collection he had taken up before lie commenced big offensive barangire, ; , ' . -, . e leEx-President FiLIMokB, who ar rived from Europe last week, ! said to be preparing aa oration to bo delivered at the Paris Exposition in 1SC7. . , .. .. t6S-Gen. Cask was a member bf the Massachusetts Historical Society. ' - Geo. PlABODt has been nominated as his suc cessor. " w J . USTGen. Aboth is in Paris for med ical advice in regard to a bad wound in bis bead, . .. . , . --t---Gen.- HooKf is Improving in health, and may soon be able to return to doty. .!. -..iv - -' ' '" Moci turtle doves coquette, Ten Cent Per ', Week. NOj 122. BANKING. Tennessee National Bank. DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY" ! . .. " '-'.. .-1' ,r. .'. - FlJXA-lVCrAL AGENT OF THE UNITED STATES. ALSO DEPOSITAST AHO FIVASCIAI AOEKT . For the District of West Tenn Does General Banking Business ' 1 -:' i- ! ,.. aud ' ' ' : . MAKES COLLECTIONS IN . SOUTHERN STATES. . ' ' Off V A VOBABLE TEEMS. . . MAIN HTREKT, ' ....... . . i ... Old Stand of the? Planters Bank OHO. R. RCTTER, President-1 . 1 ' -' J.B. HrTCUIXSON. VicePres't WALTER 8. MORGAN, Caahier.- PROFESSIONAL. .10 V K, TROAT -.4,....,-. -i- 1XD .; .7 LUNG ' PI S EASES. ; till' ( BEIGIITOX'S OFFICE UOI'RS i'OR these .Specialities are from to H o'elock a. ia., and fnitn 3 Ui 6 o'clock p. m. persons wishinr Dr. Creightun's services must cotinult this arrangement, Offioe in Drugstore, No. 414 Main Street, south of U...I ... mif. Pu. f Pn,f4uiLBAl Visits, each. Ten Dollars. ; ' ' WM. H. MORGAN, A'T-TO If NKYtA O,'- V UENEI1.4L CLAIM AfciUNT, Commissioner Deeds, Etc., Over Desoto Insurance Company Desoto Block " ' AIAD1SON STltKlri', iyll-n.e VEMPHT3.TENN LADIES DESIRING A CLEAR AND THIS DELIGHTFUL TOILET ARTICLE 1 basaneiiual for Preserving ana Beantib iug tue l'0l(lc.o, KBn elm - TJepot, 74 Fulton Street, N. T. Sold hy P-eggists everywhere.- apMy Beard's Patent Lock . Tie, KOto COTTON BALKS. ' Bonrtl'sTi Patent, , " July 18,lftJL r . AXUVAC1TSX V BUHD A BROTHEK, .Noa. 210 and 212 Main St., - BT, LOUIS, MO. ; , . , i r . 1 . - - i ' ,y t ' 1 Greatest Invention or the Age, Being a Protection against Fire, and .. Will uo Hot OlX. .s" . IT COMBINES gTRENTrfVriTH RAPID ity of adjustment to bales of any sisei re quiring only one-third of a minute to tie at a bale of eotton. ..... It being new well known ta all the dealers in rope for bailing cotton, that only a very small crop nt hemp was made the past year, and that ia consequence the price will rule very high, and that a supply cannot be relied on at any price- In conaideration nf these facts, all deal ers, and those requiring ties, will do well te pat in their orders for this tie snaa. thereby eeeering a supply for the season. The Indications aow, so far as have learned, are, that the demand for this tie will be very large, honoe tbe neces sity of making early orders, which, addressd to the manufacturers, ' . BEARD A BRO.. St Lotua.- STONK A MLRPUY. or - s . ' M. J. SMITH k CO., New Orleans. LACY A McllUKE, Memphis. Will meet with prompt attention. Beard A Co. are also manufacturers of tha Sxcelsior Fire and Burglar-proof Safes. Price lists and eireuUre furaisbed appli- eatinn. . . , .,..niy3Wm GREAT " EXCITEMENT IN THE CITY. yW WILL POSITIYKLT BELL AT first cast for two weeks only, and If yon will mil at onr store, , ' f - . No. 336 Main Street, Comer of Union, yea will find our statement fjorrect. JyB-2w '"' HERMA5 A LIPMAN. Destroyed by Fire, Witbia the limits of the United States. . ., I " '' " '' ' " ' . " : ' .' DURING THE TEAR 1865, ' .! ' ' ' HOUtl) SUGGEST THE NECESSITY OF " 1 ) mnnA ininmnf?) to avorv man who detirM to protect hi mi If irinit the ton which fbllowi in the wb ti nre j Oiveg am ranee to tbe pnblie that ;hnice'ndem nity. of a wholesome and permanent character' Is strongly guaranteed by Phoenix Policies. ,. $410,013 31 LOSSES ADJUSTED AND PAID during the vmf Iftl',. in a verv marked ana striking man ner exhibits. the solid, substantial and faithtul service rendered patrons by the Phojnix, as well as its ability to pans through seasons pmliiie of Bonflitgrations, with honor and profit to those most interested. - $800,000 00 Cash income, for tbe past year reveals the son slant and steady progress of this popular cor yoratioa in the face nf a bitter, vindictive, anC U10IIUUIM. WlllimiWVH, v inuAnutinutl cash dividend to Stock holders of fourteen per cent, npon its oapital I look, since its incorporation, portrays the great success and stability of this eminent Institu tion, the superior financial accuracy displayed. in its in vestments, and tbe important wnm mas, tbe management of the P11CENIX is in the hancbi of those who know how, saocessfully, to ouauct , . . , . , - ' ' FIHST;-CIjA8& Fire Insurance Companv, Western Hrancli, v - - - -. No. at West Fourth Street, Cincinnati. Ohio.. IT. Iff. MAGII.Ii, CJeuM Afftnt. Losses or urring at this Agency, under poli cies issued lor the Phoenix, will be adjustesf and paid here ia bankable funds. Policies iatued promptly by ,' ... HERMAN FJRLD, ' . , , Resident Agent. ' t Office No. 1 Madison Street, UPSTAIRS.' . Enttanoe on Front Street. ieVSm ' IN SURE 4 -WITH LIMISEY tt VREDKNBl RttH .. iuii.vTs yoBTixreLtowma rig(T-CLASS . coMrjiiF.s: .BifliW Home Insurance Co. C OF NEW I0RK, Capital, 3,705,50UL is. Bit! 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