THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL.
MEMPHIS, TENN., MONDAY, JANUARY 3. 1870,
VOL. 30-NO. 123
Inaugurating the French Bal d'Opera in New
Disgraceful Seem Bawds and Bullies in
Carnival and Riot.
From the New orld of the 24th.
The dancing cimmenced at 11
o'clock. At that time the floor, ex
tending from the edge of the dress
circle to tbeextr 'ine limitof the stage,
presented a curious bbmImh.
Probably there were a hundred
masked women present, among five
hundred masked and unmarked men.
Thte women were ilre--ed in fancy
costume-, nearly all .selected with a
view to expose as much of the person
as possible. By far the greater
number wot trunk hose and flesh
ings; but many were attired in the
short skirt of the ballet, with some
give a horrible color to the figure that
li led out.
There is an evident fear on the part
of the ball oflVials that matters will
proceed too far. They endeavor to
prevent the women from being nulled
! into the boxes by laying hold of them
anc pulling tnem back, in wnien
struggle the women are curiously
wrenched and disordered, and the
men in the boxes curse and laugh and
shout, and the dancers, now accus
tomed to the spectacle, ive it no heed
li there is anything in the behavior
of a woman that is at all peculiar to
the eye ot the observer who is not fa
miliar with tbe impulses and the
manifestations of them in this class, it
is the feverish abandonment into
which drinks and other excitements
have driven them. It is not often
that a common bawd, without brains
or beauty enough to attract a passing
glance, thus has the opportunity to
elicit volleys of applause from crowds
of men: and. without stopping to
VIRGINIA AND TENNESSEE.
There is a good deal of talk in po
litical circles in Washington concern
ing the course of Congress when it re
assembles, in reference to Virginia
and Tennessee. There is no doubt
that the temper of Congress has great
ly changed since it first met, and that
the ultra element, which was then si
lent, is now becoming every day
more rampant and aggressive. Meas
ures which would then have been dis
missed as impossible or absurd are
now spoken of as every way probable.
This is especially the cae in respect to
Tennessee. Leading Democrats ex-
the vacancy on the Supreme bench
occasioned by the death of Mr. Stan
ton, there is a growing impression
that the vacancy will be given to
Judge Strong, of Pennsylvania. It
is also stated that there is a new can
didate for the vacancy on the bench
occasioned by Mr. Stanton's death.
This candidate is no other than the
Hon. David K. Carttcr, now Judge of
the Supreme Court for this district.
J udge Cartter is believed to have had
some aspirations of this nature at the
time of the impeachment trial, and
had then a sure thing of it, in case
Mr. Wade came into the Presidential
office. The failure of the impeach
ment put an end to this business for a
time. Cartter is a very keen Radical
politician, and is backed by very
strong influence. His most active
They will be Here Tuesday at Noon.
press the opinion that the action ta
ken in the Geonria case was desijnied
hs a precedent to sbow the power and friend is Ben Butler, who is said to be
readiness of Congress to interfere, getting up a paper recommending him
whenever it may be necessary to in- j alter the fashion, of that by which Mr.
sure a Radical ascendancy in each Stanton's appointment was procured.
SL-.ite, and to employ whatever means The opponents ot Judge Cartter urge
attempt at bavadere and daughter of j question the value of it, she makes
the regiment in the bodices and trim- i herself doubly drunken with it. Jf to
iniugs. Here and there a woman wore ; kick Up her skirts is to attract atten
trailmg skirts of rich material, and : tion hoop, la ! If indecency is 0MB
flashed her diamonds in the gaslight i tne distinguishing feature of the even
as she swung the train about. There ing SDe i the woman for your money,
was no attempt on thepart of the men -j go she jumig rather than dances. She
to assume imposing or elegant dis- j ha, wnole set of lascivious motions.
fashi'med uuickiv. which outdo the
worst imagiuings of the dirty-minded
men who applaud her. She springs
upon the backs of the men, she swag
gers, she kicks off hat. She is a small
sensation in herself, and feels it, and
goes about with a defiant and pitilt
The cheapest dominoes, and gener-'
ally nothing more than a mask, af
forded them all they wanted the op-1
fortunity to carry on a bravado and
procuscous flirtation with these wo
men. That part of the family circle
liar which faces the stage was given i
up to the musicians. The rest of the ;
gallerv was crowded with seotators.
The boxes below were all taken up,
the occupants being mainly maskers
overlooking the dance. Rut the pro
cenium boxes, and notably Um two
lower ones uii either side, were filled i
with a crew of coarse-featured, senii-
ofneious looking rough, who might i probably do, perfect themselves in the
be uoliticians or camblers or deputy I FwUMrfM mrwt likelv to catch the
sheriffs or cut-throats, or all, but who, j eyeii ot nien j:ttie better than theni
at all events, had no iuteution ofjyg 'hat respectable foreigners
dancing, and had hired these boxaj j were Educed to attend this ball by the
with the view ot having a good time ; representations made by the managers
at the expense of the women, the ; certain. That thev were outraged
managers, ana, U uecesoar, toe puo- by what took plat there is beyond all
are essential to this end. It is known
that there has been a great deal ol
stud v and consultation among the Re
publicans In Congress touching the
case ol Tennessee, and that the lead
ers are maturing a plan for a fresh
subjugation of that Stte. The mode
of doing this is not yet known, or
even agreed upon ; kbut that they will
find a way, if they decide upon find
ing one, is not doubtfui. The pretexts
assigned for this are that the last elec
tion was fraudulent; that the registra
tion under Governor Senter admitted
many whites to vote who were dis
franchised by the laws of the State for
recklessness, reigning for the few brief j participation in the rebellion; and,
hours over the besotted men who feel
a fiend's satisfaction in the unnatural
To particularize to any great extent
would be to make public the habits
and manner of the vilest prostitut--in
their proper haunts, where, out of
the glare ctf publicity, ttiey may, ami
lie peace itself. They were crowded
in : some of them stood up and smoked
cigars; all of them kept their hats on ; j
one or two luirly beasts, who glared .
upon the bait-exposed women on the
floor with a stolid interest that could j
oaly be heightened and irjteneiuftd by j
Home outrageous departure from the j
seemiiness of simple enjoyment. They!
have their iellows on the floor, to
whom they shout and telegraph. I
2"hey have liquor in the boxes, and
thev" use it with a show of convivial
it vio inC.rse their recklessness.
At 12 o'clot k there is a jam ; most of
the crc A-d outside has got in by some
means; the floor is a Dii of people. I
Suddenly there is a fight in xlS boxes. J
Exultant cries issue from the prosce
nium. At once turn up all th masked I
faces in the whirling mass. It is a j
Frenchman beset by two, aye three, ;
Americans. Blows are given and
taken ; then they all go down out of '
sigbt only to appear again ; the three
la-tlv. that the .Suite does not have a
Republican form of government.
Leading Republicans in both branches
are strongly opposed to this policy,
but it is not now known whether
enough of them will stand out to de
feat these measures. The talk among
the ultra Radicals is to hold Virginia
back tor the present and not to admit
her until her political course is more
clearly defined. The recommendation
of the" President makes it difficult for
the Radicals to act in this case as they
would like to do.
The correspondent of the Baltimore
Gazette, referring to the proposed
usurpation in 'lenuessee, says: "1
have this moment received reliable
information that Tennessee (and any
other of the States lately engaged "in
rebellion" which shall rebel against
the Radical ticket) will be treated
precisely after the Georgia fashion.
With (thus obtained) a united South
voting at the points Of Grant's bayo
nets (and it will be forced to vote to
dowagers turned out to 1 order), the ruling iaclion would be
Slid Dilll!1.! Keepers Ol m'lc iu emiiuuc lun .it-.-pwii:3iti, Li:- uu
doubt. To suppose a man deceived as !
to tbe character of the entertainment,
and to go tjjero and mingle with ,
masked ladies who for awhile ape the
deportment of their better-, is to sup- j
pose a sensation at once startling; tor
when the richly dressed ladies doff!
their maks he finds himse-lf surround
ed bv a ghastly assemblage of all the :
most virulent social corruption in our
be the fuffy
brothels; the misse sink in to grinning
hussies, who are branded on the
cheeks and forehead with the ineradi
cable marks of shame.
Rut it is safe to say the unsuspecting
were few indeed.
At o'clock this curious spectacle
was at its height. All about the insti
tute, and ou ihe stairs, and in the cloak
rooms, and through the narrow, tortu
ous passages leading to the stage
dressing rooms were vile tableaux ol
inflamed wom?n and tipsy men,
oniV a lraction ot the
em people! Undoubtedly this i ruu to defraud the public
game will be assayed-aud - ortnern nul ht3n. the Xudim treat
lm Deciles win murmur dissent, out
are on him: they are screeching with ! wndying brutality and obscenity
that herce animal sound that comes
thiVugh set teeth, and in men and bull
dogs Jfi pitched upon the same note.
The makers rather like it; they
applaud ana cheer en not the parties,
but the tight when the police
get into tne boxes .and drag out the
assaulted man and leave Ihe assailants
behind, the pru&ceuium bellow's a mo
ment with irunical laughter, the
music breaks out Jresh, and the
dancers rw-uuie their antics as though
nothing had happened.
Enough liquor has now been uwal
lotd to float recklessness up to the
high wter mark. There is another
fight going on in the vestibule. One
of the women i been caught up by
the crowd and tossej bodily into the
proscenium box, where she is caught
and dragged by half a dozen brutes in
over the sill and farniture in such a
manner as to disarrange, as much as
possible, what small vestige of rai
ment there is on her. The feat
awaken:) general enjoyment. Men
ua.J women below vent their coarse
laughter at the sorry figure she cuts
ami at the exposure of her person.
Presently the trick it repeated on the
ether side. A young woman, rather
pretty, and dre-cd in long skirts, is
thrown up, and falls back into the
arms of tbe crowd, who turn her over,
envelop her in her own --kirts, and
again toss L-r up, temporarily de
nuded. The more exactly this pro
ceedine outrages decency, the bettor
it is likd. One or .two repetitions of
it occurred which exceeded the limits
of proper recital. The women were
bjndied into the boxes and there they
u'ert fallen upon by the crew of half
drunk i. ruffians, and mauled and
exhibited lO tne worst possible aspects,
amid the jtJTs and laughter ol
the other drurriren wTetches upon
the floor. One, a heavier woman than
the rtt, is thrown out d" the box and
falls heavilv uuon the floor.- She is
picked up insensible by thepolicC' and
carried out. i here is not a
The animal was now in full possession
of its faculties. But, just as the orie
is bursting into the last stage a free
fight when the poor creatures in their
hired costumes are ready to grovel in
the last half oblivious scenes, tile
musicians rattle ofl "Home, Street
Home," with a strange, hurried irouy, '
and the managers, with the same
h,. turn oft" the ts of the main
chandelier; ?ud the Uil (Topera fa at
the Policy of
From the New York World. December 29
It having leen prominently set
forth in the Washington correspond-'
ence .f a Xew York journal on Mon
day, tirst, that the administration was j
disposed to recognize the belligerent ,
rights of the Cuban insurgents; and,
second, that Secretary Fish and Sena- j
tor Sumner had expressed, within
three days past, views that indicated j
such a changing policy, I have been
at some tains to ascertain what now
appears to be the fact: that there is no
foundation whatever for those reports.
Mr. Fish, in conversation with a i
member of the diplomatic corps yes-
terday, gave him to understand, not I
only that there had been no change of
policy by the administration, but that
the Cubans are farther from being ;
recognized by the Government as
belligerents than they were eight days ;
ago. As for lr. Sumner, a corre- j
pondest of the World called on him
to-day expressly to inquire whether :
his views and intentions had been N
suddenly altered. Mr. Sumner said j
the report was false. " It M the
whisper j first time," said he, " that 1 had heard
af shame in the crowd. It is now t I had changed my opinion in
.trunken with liquor in its own beast-1 regard to that matter. Nobody
It whirls in mad eddies round I w-ould be happier to advx-ate
and round. The panting women in ' the recognition ot the Cubans as bel-
tne deiinum ot excitement; their : hgerents than i, were tney to give
. . ... a, i . j i
eves flashing wini uie ituuuru uunor
mai light ol physical elation, bound
md lep Hire tigresses; they have Isal
the last seue tl prudeDce and safety.
Home of tbein arv unmasked, and re
veal the faces of brazen and notorious
she devils, who efcewtere are cut off
by edict from this ooutact with the
public; a lew of them are young, and
would be pretty but for the lascivious
giare now lighting their faces and the
smears of paint which overlay their
skins; all of them arewfaonous, piti
able creatures, suffering now with the
only kind of delirium which their
fives afford, rancorous, obscene, filthy
beanies, out ot the gutter of civilisa
tion, gene mail with the license of
music ani' the contact of men, and
beset by crow ds of libidinous and un
scrupulous niun.'- who, anywhere
eise, would be ashamed of their inti
macv, or roughs to whom this kind of
a ball affords the only opportunity to
exercise the few animal faculti that
are left to them.
e that they had atti; ni-d to a
rhich would warrant such a
tion. This they have not done
here fa a law which governs
I The papapUHop
Kngian i and lr
all nations, and Uui govisrnmeiit
would infringe upon it if i: should
now accede to the demands o) the
Cubans. It It not because we have
not the power to brave the conse
quences, but that our act would ostab
lieh a precedent w.tiich we would
bav to follow in every future case."
of the Cout"deracy by
ranco, uud the previous
recognition of the L nited Mates by
fr'ranvce during their original struggle
for liU-rty being suggested as loreiga
precedents, Hi. Sumner observed:
'But we have prouMu.ti against the
recognition of the Confederacy. J.r. I
Seward has written reams ol paper "on
the subject. Nor fa it dropped now.
We should stultify ourse-ives and that
protest by reeognUing Cuba as a 1
ligerent power in thfa stage of her af-
airs. The recognition ot tht U mted
it will not exceed a whisper. It the
country is ever to be redeemed, it will
be by other and more determined
means. An earnest man while look
iug on, Can but deplore the shilly
shally and honeyed terms in which
opposition to the current enormities
are couched iu Congress. Democratic
Senators and Representatives sit iu
their seats by sufferance, as it were,
and seem to accept as a favor the priv
ilege of uttering a syllable of quaiitltd
dissent. Better, indeed, would it be
to decline to open their mouths bet
ter upon all such questions not even
to vote! Protest!
The Knoxville Whig of Friday says
it heard through a private source,
but reliable, we think, a bit of infor
mation concerning the doom of Ten
nessee, which fa not so bad after all.
It has been surmised by a good many
that Congress would interfere with our
j State affairs, and knock everything
. into i. A prominent gentleman, we
are to rev. ciu luinvictt
; with PreId61U "Taut, tXShiaC our
1 troubles, and who, it Setiijs, was very
emobntie in uveriug that neither he
nor Congress had any intention of
disturbing our relations. In the paocee
of the conversation he remarked that
there was a very marked difference
between Georgia aud l'eunesaee that
the former had not complied with its
obligations aad the requirements of
the laws of Congress, while the latter
had already been reconstructed and
received into the family.. We thank
our President for this crumb of com
fort. Hop it may be true, though we
do not vouch tor it.
As Mississippi has gone Radical in
all branches, she will be promptly ad
mitted and her State government
recognized. The official result of the
election, as proclaimed through the
military commander, will reach
Washington next week, so that it can
be submitted to Congress when it re
assembles. In the me sntime, Satrap
Ames will convene the Legi-l.it ore
for the purpose of fulfilling the Con
gressional requirement by ratifying
the Fifteenth Amendment and elect
ing Senators. After this is done, the
admission of Senators and Representa
tives by Congress is all that is neces
sary to completely restore the State,
under the Radical regime, to the
It is said that Gen. Dent, the lately
defeated candidate for Governor in
Mississippi, speaks very highly ol
Gen. Alcorn, his successful competi
tor. The object of Alcorn's ambition
fa said to be the Senate, and it is
probable that he can be elected. Gen.
Ames, the military commander of
Mississippi, is also a candidate for the
United States Senate, and wold lie
preferred by the President, as more
completely devoted to his iuterests.
Gen. Ah'orn hus paid great attention
to the subject of the levees iu Missis
sippi, and it he comes to Washington
wilt make thfa mutter a specialty.
As Texas hfriiot elected a Radical
Legislature, the plan i
publican by the application of the
iron-ctad test oath section; and recon
struction will therefor? be put in the
fon-ground of the Congreouai pro
gramme. The ultras are gaining
ground every day, an. 1 it is obvious
that if these eai patrol Congress no
State government at the Souih will be
allowed to stand that is not iu the
bauds of the Radicals.
that Ohio has already two Supreme
Court Judges, Messrs. Chase and
It is said that there is not the
slightest chance that Judge Hoar will
be more favorably dealt with when
the Senate convenes again. The Re-
I publican opposition to him is not of a
! nature to be conciliated, and though
I some prominent Democrats would like
; the opposition to him to be with
; drawn, it is believed that the Demo
; cratic Senators cannot be induced to
j change their votes so as to confirm
him. They are at present able to con
firm and reject him, holding the bal-
anco of power between the two Re
: publican wings.
SK17.1 RE OF TOBACCO IX THE IXDIA
The recent seizure of a tobacco
; manufactory in tho Indian Reserva
; lion, near the Arkansas State line, by
j order of .Supervisor McDonald, for
evading the revenue laws, raises some
very nice questions for the lawyers.
Under the treatis made with the In
dian tribes, those territories are, in
; general terms, exempt from taxation,
I though the products of the various
I industries of the ludian Reservation
are subject to the same taxation as is
! imposed where collection districts ex
ist, when they find their way into the
; markets within the borders-of any
; State. The 10 th section of the act of
J uly 20th, 16tW, says, in effect, that the
revenue laws snail be construed to ex
, tend anywhere Aithin the exterior
boundaries of the United States,
wnetner the same snad De within a
collection district or not. This section,
the Commissioner believes to mean,
that the revenue officers have a right
to go into the ludian Reservations
and aeiae a manufactory wich is being
treaties step in
with a clause exempting the products
of their industries from taxation. The
question then arises whether the
treaty-making power is superior to
the legislative power, or whether, in
other words, the Senate has the power
to make a treaty which rises above
the acts of the National Legislature
to the extent of prohibiting the legally
authorized officers of the Government
from enforcing the national laws
witiiin the boundaries of its own ter
ritories. The matter has been sul
uiitted to a competent law officer, but
no conclusion has been reached as yet.
SPECIAL TO THE APPEAL.
Cairo, January 2. Two hundred
and eighty-five Chinese, all males, ar
rived here last night, on the steamer
Mississippi, in charge of Gen. John
G.;Walkerand Maj. Wes. Rhea. They
are bound for Texas.
Considerable feeling prevails here
among the negroes against Chinese.
The reason for such feeling cannot be
traced to any particular cause.
Th" Mississippi will be at Memphis
about Tuesday noon.
Death of Hon. 8. F. Hopkins.
Maihsox, Wis., January 2. Hon.
Benjamin F. Hopkins, member of
Congress, died at his residence in this
city yesterday afternoon, after a long
and painful illness.
Sr. Louis, January 2. Officer
Lyon, of the New York detective
force, arrived to-day, and to-morrow
will take to their homes three young
girls who have been recently enticed
from New York by Dave Rohan for
purposes of prostitution.
. Mr. J. C
lock Com -
'any. who wei
flrunu of i A MILL I
Boweia; Anuand, Hi
To-niorrotr iTur3ayi I
It had Oeea de:eriijiii'
lr plsyof HELL u WYMME Ndll Owyuu,
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Commerce of San Francisco.
8a' Fraxcisco, January 2. The
past year five hundred vessels de
parted from 8an Francisco, with car
goes valued at $21,000,000. Treasure
shipments for the same period, $37,
000,000, including remittences by the
Seizing Tobaosa Factories in the Indian
The Fort Smith Herald, of the 25th,
says: Last Friday Supervisor McDon
ald seized the tobacco factory ol ex
Uuv.' Walker, of the Choctaw "Nation.
If was Bftaated about three miles from
Fort Smith, in the Choctaw Nation.
We ajfderstand that orders have been
usneo for si-izint; the tobacco factory
::f JIaj. Boudinot, neir Maysville, sit
uated in the Cherokee Nation. This
is something new in these parts, as
the Indian country has always been
considered free frm the operation of
revenue laws. The Cherokee Nation
treaty of lbOfl is explicit on the mutter
of taxing anything mi-'d, manufac
tured or sold by the Indians iu the
How the American Bishops will Vote Upon
San Francisco, January 2. Deery
and Dion play a billiard match in this
city on January 8th, for the cham
pionship, possession of a cue and one
thousand dollars, on a carom four
pocket table, fifteen hundred points
up ; push shot and catching ball barred.
Base Ball in New Orleans.
New Orleans, January 2. A base
ball game this afternoon between the
New York Mutual - and Orleans South
erns, drew quite large audience. The
ground was in bad condition, and
ueither of the clubs played with their
usual ability. The Mutuals were
again victorious. Score: Mutuals, 46;
Southerns, 21. The Mutuals express
themselves delighted with their visit.
They will leave for homo direct on
New York, December 31. A spec
ial dispatch states that President Orant
is about to issue a proclamation of
rigid neutrality in the dispute now in
lrogress between the colonies of the
Red River country and the Canadian
Government. This proclamation is
aimed both at the sympathisers who
may be disposed to aid the rebels, and
at Gov. McDougall, who seems to im
agine that he can organize an expedi
tion on American soil to regain h
authority over the insurgents. The
Red River country is vie we J in official
circles as a serious impediment to the
scheme of the English Governmeat to
unite all British North America in the
New Confederation, and is not, there
fore, regarded as a matter for regret,
althougli the final success of the rebels
is not counted on.
HAVING tiled with the Clerk of the County
Court my aeltlerneul an administrator of
the estate of N. 11. stoat, deceased, I will ap
ply for confirmation of the same at the n-xt
r euruary 1 erm, 1S7U, of said Court. All pr
nous interested may attend and enter thoir
objections, If any they hare.
December 31. 1368, jaJ
1.0. 0. F. Hall- Stockholders' Meeting
T'HE annnal election for Ave (51 Directors
1 of the odd Fellows' Hall and Library
Association of the City of Memphis will be
hold in th? ante-room of the Odd Fellows'
Hall, on MONDAY, Januarv 3, IS70. at 12
o'clock noon. JOHN JOHNSON.
ye-i Secretary and Treasurer.
No. I and 3 Madison Street,
Thoa, Flalior, Proa't
CELLS Right Drafts on Ireland, and TbrM
o and sixty Days' Sight on London, at New
York rates; and can draw in sums to snit
purchasers on all tbe principal cities and
towns In Continental Europe.
Also, transacts a general Exchange and
Banking Business. Ja'i
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FORT PICKERING PROPERTY.
Wft invite np! NttattM to th im
. taat ! referred to t tbe aou
6. Xcls is some of the bett 1ocau; ir -t
7 tn that portion of the city, b--ir. -
Lef thoroachiare Icadiotf in and i ot u ...
7 on Lheaoa&b:
WEDNESDAY, January 5, 1870.
No. 319, 0. B Chancery Court of Mammals
Df virtus of an Interlocutory aNm
Kal hours, the follow
l"he ,..';th half of h
adrscr. j. ...
Taaiu or naxs. Cash to th
decrte herein and cois: balan. r i
of tweivs mom
dneday and Satur
r the accommodation
h Pchooli", wlirn chil
or 16 cents; adults,
LADIEd' SALE OF
BY W. H. PASSMORE & CO.,
XI Second Strset,
Commencing Monday Morning, tho 3d day
of January. 1870. at 10 o'clock,
The stock comprise Calicoes, Domestic,
Alpacas, Hosiery, Corsets, Towel Infra. Blrd's
eve Diaper. Tahle Liuens Ladies' and Uents'
I.lnsn Handkerchiefs. Orleans Cloths. "rape
Mcriuos. i'oplins, Scotch l'lald-. Jlmaiu
hiqnes. Cloves, spool Thread, and a general
line of goods.
Ja2 W. H. PASSMORE, Auctioneer.
Ml Carbon Coal
Supply Constantly on Hand Same
0"BA!D MaTIXKH W
day, at 4 o'clock p.iu.. I
of families and Sabbn
dren will be admitted
The most sublime and Imposing spectacle
of modem times! The original and only
London Miltcnian Tableaux of
PARATJXSB LOST I
The Oreat Rebellion la Heaven !-The War of
' the Angels! -The Fall of Satan and
the Fall of Man!
HEAVEN, HELL. CHAOS AND PARADISE !
Admission. j0 cei.t: children. ents;
reserved eetM, 75 cents. Doors open at 7;
commence at o'clock.
dea H. A. THOMAS, Agent.
hions, hale u
I eoats. In Cash
Terms of sa.
Henry Farmer's Grand Concert
For the Benefit of the
Ciiur on TTom o
AT ASSEMBLY II ALL,
Thursday Evening, January 6, 1870
sWTlckets. SI; children. 5" cents. Doors
open at 7 o'clock; concert to begin at .
N.B. Should the weather prove unfavora
ble, the concert will be postponed until
further notice. Jal
REGARDLESS OF COST,
For $1 00
$2, $3 & $5 GOODS
A. ALfelON, C. aud M.
R0YSTEB, TRE2EVAMT 1 CO
Inauguration Address of the Pope and Open
The Roman Catholic organs have
m.'t with denials the reports sent over
here, thbt American bishops were
likely to act with the liberal side s.t
Rome. Thus the Freeman'' Journcl
on October, It! said:
"So much dots this coming council
trouble the spirits that oppose the
Catholic Church, that they still use the
Atlantic Telegraph Cable jbr the pro
pagation of transparant falsehoods
about It. One of the latest is that
'tifty American bishops will support
Bisnop Dupanioup iu urging liberal
Ideal on the council.' Prodigious!
Who hits eoaatei these 'tifty Ameri
can bishops'" When did they meet
to agree on what each of the Ufty con
sidered 'liberal ideas?' Must the anti
Cath' !ic secretaries of America swal
low it that tilty of the Catholic bishops
of this country are lor 'liberal' ideas?
Then, for the rest hardly half a
Ooaeu- iiw is it known they are
against lileral' ideas? Who ua
canva-sing their votes? And, again,
have these 'titty' gone to Rome td sit
in a council with their minds made up
what they will do irrespective of the
lights they may receive when the
council has aat, and the Holy Ghost
Tin,- ii 4 n m x pi. ATMS tirn abqtvt.
M. Mercier stanls in the middle of MdX-- by France was a diffiireut mat- jly txu xiRY. '
floor ana snouw to ine musicians , ter. yrauct- a- uivo w.irou., ui ko- . iiWWn, rumor in
Vr it ian't uf rr il.wm tr. I. -itk iVolnt., She hail ! irf an mu res' iwB rumor in
to iro o'- ' " " I , , ,, .; ia ' w , - I c rculat on there in rererenco to the
vftop. TLi"7 (1; th:r".,-a pru.ige against hat country on ac-! UatioI1 ,wr thc gettlei.ieui of the
.W" f. . -t I wort Ix'iiulv. in bare .mt .-vf iriu hmni intinf eiiiitii urns of .er . " . .
V.ht. jni' jw . , . -rr"-- :;--vr. -: Alatiama claims, it is now rumored
ir,. luts knOCa.." " J"U"K , Hie trmiy wnu s un inauc si rau , (j
nianln the en trance-."'. ana lert tne i sf me so-called seven years war in
murks of her hiirh heei- on his face 1 Canada. Rut we do not desire to go
mi.u wmiiri htivH kicked the i'eouI ul to war with .aiu4 We have no leaa
him while her bully held him Q
iiastih stronirer DOlieeman had
fluni; her likt
i-orner. 1 lien
with Spain, andfJVar would cripple
no. our commerce. Increase our uenonui
a inaiwi Ol OIWI into It j c; t. auil, J'riiaiJ.3a..rmici.iiuu3auu..-i , art (,0I,
tliat ti.o adiustmeut of these claims is
to be made' In WadhinLton instead of
Loudon, aud that the Jiikev. rgyle
wru a ivaoieaij . , '1 77 7, .7 1'.,
to make it Re- has b11 invoked to emigbten them
I rr" i .1 j . , , , i . ... i
me -utnottu nuriuwi januar v, just
! issue!, In a notice of Arch bishop Man
i nine's letter if favor of the decree of
I Papal lutallibilty, expressly says:
i "The ultramontane doctrine has
i been almost uuiverwauly" held and
I taught in the Ca'holic Church In the
! United States."
As to the deem of Infallibility, the
same influential journal adds: -There
can be no question that the Holy See
and the great body of bishops, inclu
ding those of France with few excep
tions, hold the doctrine of the papal
infallibility to be 9 certainly revealetr
truth contained in Scripture und tradi
tion, and consequently regard the con
trary opinion as an error which lias
only been for a time tolerated. The
wnoie action 01 tne chur.Mi is reiru-
Jack'Xl by a
toslv, and the dense crowaaoout ner
push also, and strike, and sway here
i'nd there, and yi li, and hi-. ami
curse, until the entire police force in
the place drag out a score of them,
and then the rest go on with the
dancing, between which and the fight
ing there is so little difference.
In one of the boxes sits J. Flsk, jr.,
-iti a masked woman. But it is getr
tine upo warm for him. The lew
French women who came as specta
tors, and oo-upil the seats in the fam
ily circle, went away lone ago. They
r were, probably, ic-spectat.le On the
floor one see at internals well-knew n
men, who either weft Jeeeived by
the announcement ol a bal a opera, or
v.-re loo smart to be deceived y any
thing of this sort. A few newspaper
reporters, looking on with stoical eye;
here a priie-tighter, aud there a knot
of gamblers; hereausvdolescentlder
Miati, diuiciugwith a notorious inman
o the police courts; there a deputy
riherifl, too drunk to be anything but
awk and sensual. Now the can-can
..-ences. But it comes without any
, .r all of its jeculiarities have
isVn indii IfT1 ln long tefore. It is no
a ioier a dasiec at, but a wild aeries ol
A indecent e:pOsmres, a tumultuous or
Vne, in ,hic emau is struck by an
n of her asso- ti,nt. express tne opinion that Spain
es pr.ini-t u- ....fin.r v.-rv to,, jsil pail in snenu
ing her men aud money in .ua strug
gle, inasmuch as Cuba musi even!"-1
ally iass out o: her power. " It is
the old Ca-tlian pride, or rather stub
bornness," he sjiid, M which induces,
her tocontinne the war of subjugation ;
not mere grted or intereat. You see,"
continued Mr. Sumner, ' Spain was
one of the greatest of empire under ;
Ferdinand and Isabel, Charles V., and
Phillip LL Her power extended all I
over Euroie; in,, America, Germany, ;
the Xetht rland?, Franca, and even
England. That was acknowledged.
Siuoe then it has gradually waned.
One colony or possession after anoter '
has been lost. The memory of what
she once was and her pride in this co
lonial possession, make Spain tena
cious of it." The question being
&irly put, whether Mr. Sumner did
or did net think that this Govern- i
meat ought to interfere in behalf of ,
the insurgent, he replied : " I do not
now think so. I am daily, yes, hourly,
thinking how we can honorably aid
them. The United States Ooveru
ment is constantly using its interest
with the Spanish Government to bring
this war to a close, and I have no
doubt that in a very short tiuu., per
haps within two or three months, ey
erything will be satisfactorily settled?' ;
Such, in effect, were Mjr. Sumner's
expressions to-day on Uiw important
of lated bjt -y vie , i,r, v ;Il Rjways
U' so reg.iateu. i here appears, there
fore, to be a very strong reason why
tbeprtei.t Council should put the
whole question at rest forever bv a
final decision and definition de Jide.
f the United States that they win
I weleome such a decision with the
greatest toy. As for the objection that
j it will place an otwtacle in the way of
i conversion'?, it Is groundless. Those
who are solidly converted from Pro-t-staiitirin
in this eouutrvareconvert
j ed to Catholicity pureaua simple, and
I not to Catholicity with a Galliean res
1 1.. .1... 1-... 1 ... .. i
is u ix niaue iut j imiw.wa
England, eiothiin with authority to
make the settlement upou ami' tcrjus
it is like
wise said that ihe apology which Sen
ator Sumner insisttd mat Eiiirland
shall make for Its course during j We can answer lar the clergy and laitv
tne war win noi oe Mtnw to ou me
irt of the government, but that, In
jeuof tii, thv British govern ment
will propose to transfer to the United
States aii that territory iu British
America lying wei of Fake Superior,
including British Columbia aud all
their possessions on the i'acitic coast,
in consideration of our paying a largo
sum of nioiiisy therefor. That country
with its Winuleg wars, revolutions,
and general discontent of its Inhabi
tants, is giving the British govern
ment gruat anxiety and trouble.
There is a manliest determination on
the part of the inhabitants not to con
nect their fortunes with the New Do
minion of Canada; to atteufct to force
them or govern it as an independent
territory will be an exensive luxury.
There is. therefore, said to be a grow
ing feeliug on the part ot the British
government to gat rju Qf that trouble
and annoyance, and at the same time
get out of the Alabama claims diffi
culty by making a trade or proposing
to cede to the United States the terri
tory of the Pacific, thus giving to the
United States, unbroken possession of
the Pacific coast from the North Pole
administration it is impossible to tell
T1IE 8UPKEVE COURT JL'DUEiBIF.
Boston will not h'uVe long4o boast
of her jubilee and her grein'panjan
drum, Gilmore, Slowly but surely
the preparations for the celebration of
the hundredth anniversary of the
birth of the greatest musician that
ever lived, are progressing in Kew
York city. The management ip in ex
cellent hands, and there is every rea
son to;hope that the jubilee will tclipse
that of the Hub. The programme
will of course be made up principally
or perhaps exclusively of the works of
Beethoven, and with such a nucleus
for an orchestra as that of the Philhar-
How this will satisfy the ' monic Society, the instrumental part
now tnis win satisiy tne , ,.ha fiti.,Qi ia in hands ThA
chorut.of course, tist class, Altogether,
ew xork has determined to outstrip
The followino; is a translation of the
Pope's adk jaa to the Council:
Venerable BMhren : What we asked
of God by many supplications and
prayers that we may lie able to in
augurate the Ecumenical Council ap
pointed oy us this has been granted,
to our iroai joy, by the remarkable
ind singular grace of God. Our heart.
therefore, exuits in the Lord, aud is
suffused with inconceivable consola
tion, because oh this most auspicious
anniversary of the festival of the lm-
inaleulate Conception of the Virgin
Mary, Mother of God, you who have
been called to participate iu our solici
tude, have assembled in greater num
bers than formerly in the citadel of
the Catholic religion, and we thor
oughly rejoice in your presence. Now,
venerable brethren, you are assembled
here iu the name of Christ, that with
us you may Uear ttiytin;ony to the
Word of God and Jesus Christ, that
you may teach the way of Uod in
truth to all men with us, and that you
may juOge with us, under the guid-.
ance of the Holy Ghost, of the opposi
tion of science, falsely so-called. For
if ever there was a time when zeal for
the Jjlvine glory and the solvation of
the Lord's flock demanded of us to
surround aud defeud Zion, it is now.
For you see, venerable brethren, with
what violence the old enemy of the
human race has attacked, and arm
attacks the House of God. Under his
huidance that wicked conspiracy of
the impious is widely diffused. Strong
in union, iowerfuI in wealth, protected
by institutions, and wearine- the lib
eral veil of malice, and full
of weakness, it does not cease
its most bitter war against the
sacred Church of Christ. You know
the nature ol that war its power, its
arms, its progress, its councils. You
have continually before our eyes the
trouble and confusion, the grevous
perversion of all right, the various
arts of bold lying and corruption by
which the wholesome bonds of jus
tice, Integrity and authority are loos
ened, the worst passions are inflamed,
the Christian faith rooted out frani
souls, so that the end of God's churoh
might well be feared now, if it were
possible for It to be destroyed by auy
machinations or endeavors of man.
But, as, St. John Chrysostom said,
"nothing Is more powerful than the
church the church is stronger than
heaven itself." "Heaven and earth
shr.il pass away, but my words shall
not pass." What words? "Thou art
Peter, and on this rock I sb,aH build
my church, and the gates of hell shall
not prevail against it."
His Holiness then rising, whilst all
the others knelt down, made the fol
We are present, O Lord Holy Ghost
we are present, fettered indeed in
the m.ignitude of sin, but specially as
sembled In Thy name. Come to us
and bo with us, and deign to abide in
our hearts. Teach us what to do,
where to go, and show us what we
should eflect. that with Thy help we
may please Thee In all things. Be
our salvation and the guide of our
judgments, '"w ' ho, alone, with
God the Fat ht . ' . His Son, dost
possess the glorious name, Thou who
lovest th most pefteot eqtilty. suffer
no disturbers of justice i let not igno
rance draw us info the wrong path ;
let no favor warp us, nor regard for
gifts or persons corrupt us, -but bind
us effectually together to Thee, by the
gift of Thy grace alone, that we may
be one in Thee, that we may in noth
ing swerve from the truth; that, as
sembled in Thy name, we may ob
serve In all things Justice and piety j
that here our opinions may in nothing
clash with Thee, and that hereafter
We may obtain the everlasting re
wards of our well doing.
The prelates answered "Amen."
Mr. L. TROUT becomes a member of
of our Arm from this date. The name and
style wll! continue as heretofore.
. THOM.VB TROUT 4 SONa
Memphis, Tenn., January 1, 1S7P. Jal
2 aC Socoud Street.
OPEN E V E jVY NIGHT.
MONDAY EVEStNti.Dvr. 13. 1S69, Flrit ap-pearaiii-t'
of Miss Millie Kais-iokih ami
W. C. Htl IIW. I as CU AXrlON double i. IHT
HM ZoI'avk OF.IL. iSrs; also Mtas Mancia
Mayling, th Taleutsi Vuvallst an l i o.u
medlennr. and WK. Post. Violinist. In con
junction with Ihe ileal Variety 1'oiubiualiou
In the city.
ADMISSION .. C-r? Cents
ORCHESTRA CHAIRS SO ents
TO AVOID THE RUSH.
Revolution Dollar Store
213 MAIN STREET.
BY GOTTLIEB & EZEKIEL
Auctioneers, Cor. Second ana Adams SU.
SALES THIS WEEK :
MONDAY Dry Goods, dofhiEg,
Hats, Notions, etc.
WEDNESDAY Piece Goods, Fur ,
Hosiery, Fancy Uoods, etc.
FRIDAY Furnishing Goods, I .
mestics, Sundries, etc.
j de!9 A. S. ROGERSON. Aac;.jer.
T!!! "0USEi Extraordinary
'PllE partnershipheretofore exNtln under
1 the Arm name and style of Hart, Basra
A Miller, Is this day dissolved by limitation.
B. NEWTON HART.
E. It HKARN.
V. W. MILLER.
femphU, Tenn., January 1, 1STU. Jal
CrfAS. H. Bu Rkoox Lewee and Proprietor !
Charley White Xtage Manager
Prof, i ka Ahjcold .Leader of Orchestra j
Open HSxror-y Nislit.
COMMENCING THURSDAY EVENING,
Bept. ad. with a Mutnmaih Company.
The entertnl" aaaat toconswt of Ngro Min
strelsy, Songs and Dances. Fancy Dance. Bal
bads, DuetU. Quartetr. EJtravagaJieaa, Bur
lesques, Pantomimes and aarcen.
Admission 5m; Private Boxsm. tn. se31 !
A MONTH OF
THE firm of Morrison a Ellis Is thl day
dissolved bv mutuAI consent. Either
party is authorized lu use the name ol the
flrui in liquidation only.
A. B. ELLI",
A .R MORRISON.
W- Hereafter the Drug Business will be
conducted, at the old stand, 19J Main street,
under the name and stela of
Jal MORRISON CO.
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. BOOT:.
SHOES, CUTLERY. Etc ,
MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 3d,
AT 7 O'CLOCK,
aw WITHOUT RESERVE.
GOTTLIEB & EZEKIEL. Auctioneers,
jal for. Socond and Adams 9ts.
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
Silver and Plated Ware
-a. 3r x ar u -w axiTt
Daily Sales at 10 o clock in the Horsing sr.?
7 o'clock In the Evening.
roan a splendid netr tock of . ...
above line, from ihr Jewel; t a.h- "
C. J. TYLER Sl CO.
" Ail goods WU'llIAt nf lll.nl,. I,.
ted. or money retcrned. de2
RorSTER, TREZEVANT A CO
PERSONS WHO ARE GRAY
Can hare their Hair Restored to Its natural
color, and If it has fallen out, create a new
growth, by lis use.
It is the best HAIR DRESSING In the world
making lifeless, stifT, b:.-ashy Liar, healthy
soil and glossy.
Price i H Fo sale by all drugilsta.
SILKS & CLOAKS
Wishing, before taking stock on Feb
ruary 1st, to further reduce
Our Immense Stock
STAPLE & FANCY
We propose to offer to the public,
DURING THIS MONTH.
OUR ENTIRE STOCK
de d w
R. P. HALL CO.,
Nashua. N. H.. Proprletarm.
Plantation for Rent.
r?OR the ensnlnz year.
T Half of the Farmer
In Crittenden county, Arkansas near Bled
soe s Landlne. forty miles below Mem
phis, and three miles from the river. The
whole place contains one hundred and fifty
acres cleared land, gin and ln-house, dwel
ling and outhouses. The richness of the "mil
is unsurpassed will easily yield a hale of
cotton to the acre. For terms, apply to E. H.
Word, 278 Second street; or Frank Moor, Bled
soe's Landing, Arkansas.
de5 JOHN P RTCK
AT A BARGAIN,
English Poplin Dress Pattern,
For $2 oo.
French Poplin Dress Pattern,
Silk Epingeline Poplin, per yard,
Black Gros Grain Silk, per yard,
Peremptory Public Sale of City and
Suburban Lots, Tuesday. Jan
uary 4th. at 3 o'clock p.m.
BY ROTSTER, TREZKVAST 4 ' O in
TIO.NEERS. Jt th. ir Saiesrm
east corner of Main and jVirron ,,'rw.tV""
SiBrsBAS Lots. i en Bautilu Bu
Lots on the outride east IKjnjury lite ' V't- !
city. on Brlnkiey aTenae, . th corn-r it
nrt tret nortu ol royi It Street. nni r .
Brlnkiey avmue and VV"aldra:i sv u '
bracing all thw space b' i-err th nr.
Mr Merriwcather and Krr
ket at public sale, as V ari
it woaid eil for twmty-flT
next spring and sutuiu. r.
pis i up in lurty reet mw.is
more or leas. Term cash,
city LoTa. 13 reel of "
magnincv;.. propertv -.q,
lieee. vhan any r.,
mi, furraeiv owned by
on IU north side oi Vai
Ahderdale, enclosed vii
This property will be sold i
interest ou i
e west end c
AT A SACRIFICE,
Evening SilksSpangled Tarle
tans and Robes,
CLOAKS! CLOAKS ! CLOAKS!
CLARKE BRADLIY At Peoria, IlllnoU,
WILL BE SOLD AT
B. Lowenstein & Bros.
242 & 244 MAIN ST.
TWO 2-Story Frame Houses on Exchange
street extended, with V rooms each.
An A No. 1 Building Lot on Alabama street,
near Bull Hun. Si by iso.
10 acres of choice Uarden Land, near Chel
sea Church, ou Thomas avenue.
And a good paying Haloon and Fixtures,
centrally located, with the good-will of tbe
All or auy ol this property will be sold low.
Apply to IdelV J. H. P"RTER
To Cotton Planters & Stock Raisers
rpHE Memphis Oil Company wish to pur- j
X chase, during next fall and winter, a
large quantity Colton Seed, ior which they
will pay the market price. :'uru.sh sacks, and
have rteed correctly weighed fn their large (
platforMuFalrbank'sl scales. They urge their :
friends not to store their Seed !n large quan
tities, and thereby have their value destroyed
or injured by hkatiko. Planters who wish
to make eoutraots for deliver f of 8ee4 will
piease cail at Oil Work. Center Landing.
mm UL . mjtn niiu mm mib iu aiiv quss
BARGAINS IN FURS,
Complete Wator Mink Set for $5.
Complete Black Coney Set for'.$4.
Childrens' Ermine Sets fo $4 50.
Genuine Mink Sable Sets for $25.
Ladies' Ready-made Walking Suits
from $i0 upwards.
1TE would re.pecifully announce that we
have disposed of our interest in East
and West Tennessee for Ward's New Gas
Burner to Mr. J. STuLTQ. ot Memphis, 6S Jef
ferson street. He will have a fine and well
assorted stock of goods In a few days, and
wll! then offer to the public the best, cheapest
aud safest light In America, In every form,
for family and general use.
Parties destrlug territory in Mississippi or
Arkansas, addicts him as abve.
deSl St. I.ofis Portable Gaslight Co.
Killed hi 48 Hours Without Knife or Pain.
DR. SPALDING & CO.,
Tennessee State Cancer, Lung, Rye and Ear
Branch Infirmary. Consukatiou Room,
68 Monroe street. Memphis. Tenn.
PERM AN K NTH. Y established. Is ready for
the reception ot utluts arllicted with
CANCERS. 1TLC;ER.-', old Sor.- Legs, Eye and
Ear. and I ung Diseases, and Asthma.
aa-l'lLE.srva without a knife; Kidney and
awAll old Chronic diseases. ar.Vo charge
for eons ultat Ion.
WA11 dises.ee of Women and Children
confidential diseases, shta skilltnl lady In
attendance to wait on female patients.
Medicine sent to all parts. Address,
DR. MPALMNG . CO.
deg Memphis, Tenn.
ST. VINCENT'S INSTITUTION FOB THE
INSANE, St. Louis. Ho. This Institution
was rounded by the Sister's of Charily, An- ;
gust 10, 1858. It la pr'.vaU and Orst-class In
Its arrangements ati.f accommodation. In
sane patients of both sexes and of all de- :
nominations arereceivei. :us. iiiose addicteu
to taklhg opium or other ttimslunts to ex-
263 Main, Corner Qf Court
ft -Xaf BujitT One Humaami
aettce.' Warden and farm Lanri
MUa a Memphis, at trrrmytitv', Pubti
HAVING deteriuu.e-1 Us dispose
plantation, known as "Tne V
situated on the Uuaando road a
waters of Nonconnah. five nUa -Memphis,
I t Uiis method of n
the laua-bnyln public that ti.is v
property, containing upwards of a tb
acres, and fuuraciug every variety
land and valley, fretd, meadow and
land, will he snbdlvided and so j.
highest bidder, throngh Messrs. I
Trezcvant & Co., Auctioneers, st tLel
room. In the city of Memphis, at the
of Main and Jetfersoo streets, on W
mr, thk r :h Day or Jam .-.ey. Ia0.
exhibiting tbe subdivision mlnu'ely
curately will be found at the office
auctioneers. Private bids will oe ente:
for any portion or all of tbe trat
day of sale. Persons wishing to exam
lands with a view to buying. wlU hav
fsetllty offered for so doing. "bs nopUc.;
the auctioneers, or to me at my reekv
deem it superfluv.13 to repi'ent th
value of this good land, lyipg wi-h
distance of such ulty aa Meoipr.i.
than to say tht-t, by Judicious mans
tney will yield a saier aud larger p:
the investment than anything else u
capital can be employed. I hope an
crfupetUlon among boyers will, as
possible, compensa.a me for the rteee.
parting with such desirable property,
of Sale Half cash, balance on time
Interest. Hi HARD I ft ;.
Royster, Tresevant st Co., Auotionee
ow. Uaui vuu
ViSrb A cr.
L. F. Oranoa,
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS.
T. L. Aldbs,
ALDEN & OVERTON,
Gen'l Commission Merchants,
For purchase of Cotton, and sale of every
description of Western Prod ace.
No. 57 Main Street, lattie Rock, Ark.
mm- Refer to Thos. H. Allen A Co.. Gay, Mo
del lan A Co., M each am Treadwell, School
Held A Hanauer.
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I D. DkUAVEN.
J. & t ROSS.
W. D. WARD.
OeHaven, Cross & Co.,
No. 412 NORTH LEVEE,
NORTHWESTERN farmer desires to join
w lib six to ten laborers w4th some prac
tical cottofl planter, on "shares of crop, ' oa
tbe usual terms of land, teams. Iminr.,i,
C. R. CRAIG & CO.,
379 MAIN STREET,
MEMPHIS, : : : : TENNESSEE
GRASS SEED. FERTILIZERS
AGENTS FOB WiINLT SUlSt.
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