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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL.
ESTABLISHED 1840. MEMPHIS, TEISHST., THURSDAY, T ATSTTIA.R Y 13, 187C 30 -2STO. 133 f FROM WASHINGTON. Valuable Information-Important Education al BMI-Tnc Impeachment Trial -Bill to Amend National Banking Law -Alabama Claims-Tenneaaee-San Oom.ngo-Coun-terfelt. ALABAMA CLAIMS. A private letter from 1 (food source was rejelved in Washington a few days since from Loudon, wkicli aa.rs that the Eng lish officials do no: seem disposed to be in a hurry about receiving negotiations ou the Alabama claims, and arc decidedly averse to makiuuauy utw concessions in the premises. TENNESSEE. The nioveti. t ut to have Congress inter fere in the Tennessee matters will be fully developer! in a few days. One part of it ia made public; It proraea the passage of I good things of the land, and making serfs piece and rolls never before Issued in part or in whole for other notes. SAX DOMINOO. Advices have been received from San Domingo to the 2d lust. The question of annexation to the United State is the all absorbing topic with the Dominictim in every part of the country. President JJacz ha prepared, and is about to issue a proc lamation, directing the commandants of the several districts to inako arrange ments in their respective departments for submitting the question on an early day to the popular vote. The fueling in the city of Saint Domingo, iu l'orto Platte, in Santiago, aud uioit ulPtue towns, is strong ly in favor of annexation; but iu the country districts it is by no moans so pro nounced, the rural population being gen erally under the improssion that the Ameicaus are coming to take possession of the country with the view of monopo lizing, ou the oW Spanish method, all the TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. Prominent A'abama Physician Dead. Mobile, January 12. Dr. R. McClosky, an eminent physician of this city, is dead. Mu-derer Surrendered. New Orleans. January 12. F. Cam mack, charged with killing Nixon, sur rendered to-day, and was committed to the Parish Prison. M gem ta1 law enforcing me luuu section of the fourteenth article of the Constitu tion against all persons disfranchised un der that section exercising any official du ties, either of a Stmte or national charac ter, mati they have been duly relieved by both Houses of Congress. It is under stood that this would etfectually nullify the acts of the Legislature elected with Heritor, aud srreat the work of the Slate vent ion whieit met ut Nashville on the 10:h. VALr "BtE IWWIUMT Chief Clerk E. C. Vun. of tne Suti" UeaJ Bureau, by dir:,oa J1 Commissioner Wells, is now tr"' in collecting statistics rehttive to farm .M mechanical labor, so as to be able to pre sent the amount of wage, paid, price of board demanded, and the demand for each kind of labor in all portions of the Vnited State. In addition to the sched ule for the collection of this information, a supplementary one has been distributed rasking inquiries intended for the guid ance of emigrants who wish to settlo In the South and West, as to what landsare improved and what unimproved, price, kiuds of slock and price, railroad com munication, etc. Answer are being re ceived daily. tMPOETANT EDCOATIONAL BILL. One of the most important bills brought in to-day wae that of Mr. Prosser, of Ten nessee. It transfers to the Buretm of Ed ucation all school funds held in trust for Indian tribes, anfcau)so the school mon eys, books, reoonMJBtc.or the I-reedmen s Bureau, and looks to aid by the General i Government in establishing free schools throughout the country. The Commie- ! aioner of Education is to have power to I make :n cti ns, call for reports and re quire a collection of statistics. with a view of reaching some accurate knowledge about our school affairs. The bill appropri- ss as $,2oi,iou. Any district or section j requiring aid must furnish half the I amount of money wanted, and then the i Government will give the other half. hoar's case. A Senator from New England, who is himself a fine lawyer, and a friend of Judge Hoar, but who opposed bis confir nialioc op the ground of locality, in a conversation with him last week informed Jaim that hit er.uid not vote tor his con firmation, for the rassons which Ur stated of the natives. It is considered doubtful by many persons whether under these circumstances, if the vote bo fairly taken, the result will show a majority in favor of annexation. Others, however, are san gwine that there will be a large majority for annexation. The terms of the San Domingo treaty have become known to Senators, and meet with very little favor. Indeed, a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Commit tee declared to-day that he should not vote to ratify the treaty, but would ac cept the lease of the Bay of Samana In stead. The plaa of payment for San Do mingo, and the scheme to erect it into a State, the features which meet with ..cposltlon. NASHV'i'LlE. The Louitsiara Imbr.plio. New Orleans, January 12. A eotn mnnlcatlon was received in the Legisla ture yesterday from Auditor Wicklill'e, demanding an investigation of the charges made agaiusl him by Ueu. Wuiiuoulli. Shooting Affair in Kentucky. Cincinnati. January 12. John Don- nelan, Citv Marshal of Lexington, Ky., shot inorlall v, W. II. Walman, this morn log. The difficulty grew out of a law suit, and Walman accused Donnelan of having lied. The Mississippi Legislature. Jackson, Miss., January 12. The Stato Legislature met at 12 o'clock yesterday, and effected a temporary organisation. The oath was administered by a Judge of the .Supreme. Court. The tost oath was required. The Alabama LeglalaJure. Montuomkrv, Ala., Juauary 12. The Lezislslure assembled yesterday. In the Senate to-day, the biil organising the city government "f Mobile was pending, and it was made tho special order for Monday next. Bills wero oiiered aud referred. FECHTErV His First Appearance In the United States What He Is as an Actor. Tragic Death cf a Steambaatra?n. Cairo, January 12. John Martin, for rnerlv of the steamer haviiiinali.imt lately baker on the steamer AJnry Duvrage, while in a state of intoxication, fell BSMOn upon the railroad truck here last night, and wxs killed by the cars. Ho loaves a wife and children in Davenport, Iowa. Summary of Legislative Proceedings Yesterday, Railway Conductor Savagely Beaten and Robbed. to the Senate in Executive session. He taxable property, was adopted informer1 Judge Hoar that he was willing action was deferred. special to the appeal. Nashville, January 12. The Senate Special Committee appoint ed to assist in counting aud burning the notes of the Bank of Tennessee and it ' branches, reported that they had, in the presence of the Governor aud other offi cers, witnessed thedestruction ofold issue ! notes to the amount of ilo.Ty? 68, and of ! new issue to the amount of ?yl.9i3. The House bill amendiug the lien law passed on third reading. The Senate bill incorporating Shelby County Savings Institution, was rejected on second reading. The biil amending tho charter of the Masonic Temple, at Memphis, was ameud 1 ed by striking out tho clause exempting property from taxatiou. and passed. The House was engaged mainly iu cou j aideration of the bill for the relief of the ! State Trersury, which was the special j order of the day. It was fnlly discussed i and variouslv amended on the third read ! ing. The amendmont substituting CO cents for 80 centa on each hundred dollars of Further Ben. Wood on tho Warpath, New York, January 12. The Mozart Hall Democracy, under the leadership of Benjamin Wood, aie about to lake the th. Yesterday tho various Wood delegation; t in tho names of three In spectors for each r.dcl Jor the pmnary elections, which are to taw" ln ffc days. It Is rumored that a n'owr of disaffected Tamauyitcs have gone over i the Mozarta. More of the Telegraphers' Strike. New Orleans, January 12. The de rangement of the telegraph, occasioned by the strike of the operators here, is virtually ended. Superintendents Oc nip ton and Flamery have been doing duty as opt-ratotsfor some d.ys. witk amtai.c obtained from adjacent points. Superin tendent Van Horn arrived this morning from Loui-ville, tjriufciiii: seven operators, making a full force for the New Orleans office. to waive the point that he was from New England, provided be would make his residence in the circuit. This Mr. Hoar would not agree to. He said he did not intend to reside in the South, even if he was continued. I'nder these circum stances tho Senator said he could not vote for bis coafirmation. A CONVENTION OF ASSESSORS. In view of the importance attached to the as-essm- nt of incomes this year, and In order to obtain the moat thorough and ra.-.- ia. canvass of the districts through out the cOu.ntrJ'. Commissioner Delano Has decided to aiiae the Assessors to call the earliest practicable moment a con- ; Tention othe Assistant Assessors of their j districts for the purpose of determining the nioat efficienkmethod of uceonjplUu- , Ing this result. He further recommends : this meeting ol the Assessors and the As- j sistant Assessors of the several districts, j that, by an interchange of opinions, they ( may protit by the general experience ol . the r. venue officers in different parts ol ; their r iv districts. TBS IMPEACHMENT TRIAL. The recent publication reflecting upon I the motives of the Republican Senators who voted against impeachment and as- j s-jjng that money w as used to procure acquittal, has aroused a feeling of indig- j nation on the part of those who thus voted, i These would be glad to see a lull revela- j tion made of all the secret history of the Impeachment trial. It is said that such a disclosure w oul I disgust and startle the ontry far more even than the known acts of the impeachers at tho time. It may be safely predicted that if Mr. Sum ner and bis a-, .. a - sh;'.l 1 ask for a coui- asrittee of investigation, wit h the examina Un to be conducted publicly, the propo- autton will be supported ou the Demo ,. vatic side atid by those Bepublicans who wo ed for acquittal; but no such proposi tion expK;ted from Mr. Sjmner, or from t"1- Boiler, the latter of whom is aid to ifa e presented budget of gar bled tewti.tiOL1' t" CongrosB on this sub ject. The boot, 111 " iuvcstlga Hon, might be fo.'nd " tu legs of some of thelmiechersi hemaelvea. OOVNTk RPKITS. Three well-executed counterfeit 50-oent notes.of She new fractlomal curniucy.wero detected at the Redemption Bureau.in the Treasury Department, to-day. These are the first counterfeits of the new Beriea.and well calculated to deceive. There are evi - --- that the emnlovees of the Ameri can and V. D. Snyder, conductor on the Nash ville and Northwestern Railroad, was badly beaten and robbed by thioves while going home, ln the city.ou Tuesday night. His thigh was broken, by being thrown into a railroad luunel, and was otherwise seriously injured. ASSOCIATED TRESS BtSPiT' U. Nashville, January 12. The Senate to-day passed ou its first reading tho House bill chartering the Blue Grass Railroad Company. The House passed on its first reading a bill to amend the charter of the city of Nashville. It provides for the registra tion of voters, and forbids the City Coun cil from issuing bonds for any purpose, unless authorized bya a vote of the people. A bill to relieve the State Treasury was taken up on Ska third reading. It is pro vided that the State tax shall hereafter be eighty cents ou every one hundred dollars worth of taxable property; Jhat the taxes so assessed, if paid in United States legal tender notes or National Bank notes, maj bu discharged by payingone-haif, or forty cents on every hundred dollars worth of taxable property. The bill was amended bv reducing tho tax from eighty to sixty cents, and before any further action was had, the House adjourned. The Order of the Palo Faces have a ball and supper at the Capitol to-nigbt. A large number of resolutions and propositions to amend the State Constitu tion were offered in the Convention to day. Among them wero propositions in favor of restricting the right of suffrage to white persons onlv.and prohibiting the Legislature from passing laws embracing more than one subject, aud from author izing tho intermarriage of whites and blacks; and, also, from restricting the right of parties to contract for the rate ol interest, cot exceeding ti per cent, on mon eys actually loaned. A bill providing for lengthening the term of the Governor, and clothiug him with the veto power. A bill for the election of county clerks, sheriffs, tax collectors, registers, coroners and rangers by the Magistrates of the Quarterly Courts.and for thoapp intment clerks of court of record by said courts. A bill for the election of United States Senators, Secretary of Suto, Comptroller and Treasurer, by the people. A bill instructing the coin in it tee to report what changes sre necessary in thu judi cial system; providing that citizens may National Bank Note Printing , prosecute cia.u.s iui ciaie ior re- Louisiana Legislature. New ORi.KANs.Jauuary 12. The Senate passed a biil to amend the constitution, removing political disabilities. Also, a bill appropriating $2.10,00" for the pay ot members, etc., which was pass?d. A "bill prohibiting ambliug throughout the State, and imposing heavy hues and pen alties, passed both Houses, and go-s to the Governor lor approval. Similar lines and penalties are imposed l y lias bill, upon officers failing to bnpsMB i he same. Locking Iritothe Matter. New Yoiik, January 1-. .Several wit nesses have been summoned by telegraph fi-cm this city to appear beforo the Bank ing and Currency Committee, in Waub ington, to give testimony in regard to the rocent gold operations in Wall street. It is not probable that the Commit too will hold another session in this city, but they express iheir intention to fully investi gate the matter, and to discover if any Government officers wero coucerned therein. Kentucky Leg.ilaiure. LorisviLLE, January 12. A bill for the abolisment of stripes as a punishment for larceny passed the Keutucky House to dav. The Senate passed a bill for tho regis tration of blrttis, marriages und deaths. The Senate passed a resolution instruct ing the Judiciary Committee to report a general law for incorporating ma'uul'ac turing companies aud all chariia'ole insti tutions. The State Auditor's report gives the to tal estimated receipt. for ls7v at l.u.s.txs'i. and the total expenditures for tho same period, including the amouut due the siuKing lund, at s to thus making a deceit on the lUih of October, 1S70, of sl,77,lS:i. Kansas Affair. St. Lot'19, January 12. Tho messageof Gov. Harvey, of Kansas, was sent to the Legislature to-day. The total liabilities of the State is 1,207,17; revenues, fcsr.l, 500; the number of school listriclin the State is 17u7; increase, :-.! ; number of per sons of sehool age, y2,517; incietisc, 16,367; numU'rcf scholars in the public schools, 58, Hal; increase, 13,541; total pa', i teachers wages, 2dj,?Iv; total raised tor public schools, .Mi4,.r3l ; total number of school houses, UU; value. ?1,0j! s&2. The adop tion of the XVth Amendment w as recom mended; also, restoration of suffrage to those disfranchised for their OOSM ection with the rebellion. The Governor de nouuees thy policy of moral suasion adopted by the Government towards the Indians, Mini couipl ins of the public sen timent in the Fast on this question, and wautsthe Indiaiisconlined on reservations and the Government derail a sufficient force of troops to keep them ou neutral ! land. He says ihere. is still a necessity BSC troops, and their preeenos Is condu cive to peace and order. The weattier is j Srrin. 'iii mercurv rose to sixtv- n veaegrees at 3 p.m., and navigation Is I resumed Sobti,, ;i!lhough considerable ice ia iu the river. The New York correspondent of the Cincinnati Cbwinicrciui, writing from that city ou the loth inst.,says: There has licen a great interest attend ant on the evi nt of Mr. Fechter's first ap pearance in this country. Mr. Feebler has made his first impression on a New York audience. Of course every one is anxious lo know what that impression was on those who heard him, and the lobby of Nibio's Theater this evening was asiugular scene of excited friends, com paring opinion and expressing their feel ings. All the actors of the oity who were ott duty were present. The Dramatic h und balls do not gather half so many of them, aud their presence in such numbers was a sUnMent indication of the very general anxieiy that was felt among those inter ested in things theatrical to verify the trulb of the reports that lliev had heard. It called upon to reply in a single word to the olten repeated "how aid you like Mr. Feebler?" we should feel constrained, in answer, lo coufess to a very considerable fefliug of disappointment, and this we should say with that reservation And dif fidence that becomes one who has seen an uctor in but a single character, and that, perhaps, one that Brought out only asmali portion of his abilities. The praise of his friends may have contributed to ibis feeling, in which we foel certain a very largo portion of tho audience shared. Couspicikus amoiiK these friends was Mr. Charles Dickuus. In the August number of lbs Atlantic ifontMy, Ibis author, in an article full of that generous spirit that is characteristic of his nature, rammed Mr. Fechter's excolleuciea in words of the most fervent' praise. He saw that his act ing was in tho highest degree romantic; that in iiis love making there was a suffu sion of his being with the rapture of his passion; that he shed a glory on tho ob ject ot his affection ; that picturesqueness was a aualUv above all others pervadini; his assumptions; that bespeaks English i fluently, plaiuly, distinctly, and with a perfect understanding of the meaning and value of every word ; that in the last act of " Buy Bias" his bearing becomes posi lively inspired, and that one scene iu es pei ial is one of the most ferociously pic turesque tuiiigs conceivable on the stage; finally, that the observer must be cold indeed who does not feel when Iluy Jitan stands tu tho presence of the v'; o watS that tho act is enchanted. ' ' Ve OoTrf to '""'"H 'hat observer, arid to have Wn so far lacking in sensitive ness and imagination as to not have dis cerned tbo enchantment in the air, it it was inere, and for these reasons: the play ia a grossly luiprubaoii. t.t and. except in a tew scenes, a dull one. The nre thai was in tho original of Victor Hugo has not been transferred to the translation. It ba never found any special favor, either with 'English or American audicn ; it lia no bioadth or scope, and is not mag en'ui tth to develop into a'sltillml painting of character. Another draiv b.'.el; to Mr. Fechter's suiV-.-""1 ascuioU to ti his bbbbJpi accent. It hindered the full C' tuvmeut ol the play. It is such a noveliy Sflku the ear is constantly dis tracted by it, and the mind drawn off from the matter to the manner. All the vowel sounds wero altered and prolong d. with a peculiarly unpleasant effect. Then the reflection of the voice, es;eeially at the end of the sentences, was also un pleasantly peculiar and French. We did not find Mr. Fechter's voice at all a moai- cal He speaks iu a high key, and with much monotony of tone. Though his voice lacl;s richness and beauty, it possesses groa: reach, strength and vol ume. ' He speaks with great rapidity, and without those pauses, deliberateiioss and punctuation, or, as one would say, speaking musically, that phrasing that telis so effectually in many good actors, if all this ts so, it ill be asked, w here then is the secret of ihe g;'eat sneee that he undoubtedly won? it lies in Mr. Fechter's intense earnestness. i He Is full of vitality and nervous j force. There is nothing dull or apathetic about the man. He concentrates atten- lion upon himself; be is not in repose, ! cither iu face or in action, for a moment ; but always intent upou the busluess iu hand. Volatile, quick, nervous and mer curial, when he makes lovo it is with all tie-energy of his nature; when he de nounces, It is with ail tho vehemence of passion. If he strikes his breast in one of his outbursts, ii is with such vehemence that the blow tells all over the house. There is nothing lukewarm in this actor. What he doe is done with all his soul. You may like ft, or yuu may dislike it, but no one can complain of lack of earn estness. That he apprehends tho situa tion of the pi iv, and infuses into the pas sionate parts immense warmth, is uol to lie denied; but we fail to find In him pow ers that transcend those of actors whom we riBeady have among us, aud greatly doubt w hether Mr. Fechter will succeed in arousing ihal enthusiasm in this coun try that his friend Mr. Dickens so coutl- duntly anticipated. Mr." Fechter is a foreigner, but ho would scorn to have any leniency or charily ex ercised to him on that account. He comes Ha au aotor who has reaUed the Europe an reputation and plaued himself fore most ol English actors, and as such, aud as such only, he should be judged. COOKE. Speculations as to Where the Guilty Pair Have Fled. New York, January 12. Nothing fur ther has been beard of Cooke, the abscond ing clerical libertine, and the young lady who fled with him. Tho impression of the friends of Miss Johnson isthat the parties have gone South. Circumstances also point to England as a probable place of refuge. Cooke is heir to a large entailed property in that Kingdom, uud will i -oomo wealthy upon the death of an uncle there. It has bean ascertained that he spent the week before his flight in bor rowing money from his parishioners, and that ho secured from them many thou sands of dollars. The accounts of Cooke, taken In connection with bis recent viL isiiiy, leave no doubt but that he is a de liberate, cold blooded scoundrel, and tnat no palia'.ion of his offense on the score oi mental affection, or the use of liquor or opium, can be urged. EXPRESSMEN. Meeting of Delegates to the Expressmen's Lire Insurance Company. TELEGRAPHIC MARKETS. NEW YORK. bv ini'.K, January ii -Coirou haaw and in wiyers iavor; aie ;uiu ijai.-s u : hmds rlour SI S3.i S Whtsl 9i ut:.i ut. w neai. io. i "print! Corn SI OH dull. Colli ll'v". Mol .Vion.-v. -beliiK Inrrc era ble atte making p lower at 1 N)AU l. tern. Itlcr sisl in n! fsn II jr nr.- laws, iu the ato-s smennan and -n locked npon B?re as Mki A bill which ishtnck wl Co't.ioittee on Wuys and will probably embody Hi Mout-A-ell, sad coiiseuu- iillv its Introduction l availed with much Interest. It is state.: Ihe Ways and Means Committee are now lls caftSlnK whether the new funding lorn sbai' iwnr I or I', '. cut. int'-rrst, ami also as to what lemcthcf 'line basks shall have to with draw their -U) bonds from the Department. Th'se renorrs are only conlecture. Nothlnu definite U ictiown In icgurdiotrie prospective aeMon of the committee, clearimc of tbi Gold Exchange hank went through all stralrht. no n v dlrflcultlea were ctntru need. i ne money market was decidedly ealer. Call loans were niad at IV7 y cent. 'I he nana- wf-re frei blscoants. for t , : and firm It opcneil at .J, I arrying rales l 7-t,ir.v.iJ The and in sympathy wit towards the c ose. I i .-nr. SterlinR (iold closed weak; and closed at -1 diem. Clearances y sold Sl.uuu.uuu at rnments are weak ELMfftA, January 12. A large anil en thusiaiitic annual meeting of the delejjatesj iroin uui'-reui. ui visions 01 me r.xjrei- ; men's Mutual Life Insurance AssoeiiiHon was Held in tins city yesterday, iho fol lowing gentlemen v. i re electeii ofHcersfor the ensuing year: President, T. Diwitt; Vice-President, llt-nry II. Jul! r; Grand Secretary and Treasurer, S. Dewi(t; Cor responding Secretary, J. C Murdock. The followhig gentlemen comno'ti the Executive Committee: C. A. Dewitt, S. Dewitt. Elmira; N. H. H. Stone, Pitts burg, l'cuu.t W. B. Shelly, Rochester, N. Y.j C. D. Fenlington, iialena, Ohio; E. Chapin. Toledo. Ohio; L. C. Wior, Cincin nati, Ohio. Resolutions wero passed thanking tho officers of the Association for the past yoar for the faithful perform ance of theirdutles. Cleveland, Ohio, was unanimously selected as the place for holding the next annual meefinif. This Association has been In existence one year, and It already numbers seven hun dred and four members. tny wiin gulii. EoUISVIEEK. AMUSEMENTS. GROCERS AND COTTOM FACTORS Al'CTiUW. MEMPHIS THEATER: HPAtDWO, BlCWBLf. A I.aat Nlftht but Two a MAN OPEUA. 11 THril-lAY EVBHIN THE MAlitC Kl.i. l ingnrt wtii sppssi fcon Cier fit'-t appe-4ra McuoxhirQBT Prop'rs. f the OKA.M) (KK- OS o STAPLE AJ.0 DOMEST" DRY GOODS Sopllll lieh a: Frniav id w i F,A J CI VK iTh Jeweas'. Saturday, Matiiie HdaiUslon low! rcn, --m) cents to ah -Saturday ev-tilng Scile of Piicis all reserved MaL 51 0; Kami y Cfwl ceal; gaUj ry 9 e UAU'I HA. Th? rrlceof lch 1st Aduln. si; chtld ! piTtM of the house. :. J.numy 1'p, 1HT0, laist Ires circle and Parquette ano itamberod rhatr.-l. rid la,x hi jaU WAC EVOY'S GREAT HISERNICGN. P VinrT NltiHT THI.-i v. tu lil.Y HAt.h. All th CO m rn e: seenerj or I B ofcauvas. TI the Guide; VI lue nud Mi ea--h repres- .AN i THE XLIst CONGRESS. WAFnijroTO.v, January 11. Alter some proceeding in the House, relative to the vote of yesterday on the Virginia case, Bingham withdrew his biil, intending to offer it as a substitute for that of the Com mittee on Reconstruction. Farnsworth tbereuprtu. from that Committee, repin ed a preamble recognizing that the people of Virginia have adopted a Constitution, republican in form, and insuring an equal ity of rights to all citizens of the United States tinder the laws; have rcnouuctal all claim of any light secession wjl J bnp por' apd deieud the'eou'rts of tire United States and of their state. The House did not, "noC:rAr- W lt- IxunsviLLK, January 12. --Cotton quiet at W . Ftnur exi:ti fatnlly, ? Corn n A'c i ial s'ked 3. RyeSl. Prime augsr lie. "Mo-la-sea prime Vic. Tob icen sales r hhtis lugs at S3 00ta7 OS; leaf Viw-Uuu. cultlti; leaf tS. Mess ixn k oc. Kaeon anouhieni 13iio, sides lie, 4 lf: ,c. Jhiik shoulders ll'e; sid UVlSWc, whiski JUt. laird, tleret, Hams i 'v. CINCINNATI. OntcrvnATf, J.iDuary 12. Floor--FaniTlv SAa5 a vtniest M 1&1.1 12. iHim. sfivtr.c. Oat-i in it). KyeSl.tStc." Cotton mid dliugs c. Whl-kylC. Pork Sit Ous. JBulksbuulders iiyjs; si.'ss MW,16e. fiacon shoulders lic; CHICAGO. t'Rictano, January ti -Flour Spring X S3 .Vll OS. Wheat 77 -.7 1 ,c. Corn 79V7I. i tats Hi'-. .. 40We. Rye 7e IJartey "T'-e. Hie.;, wlues Sj-iHtlcr Hogar U'-i-jUc. i'ork StM ti. latrtl IV.,' .... Hams If'e. Bulk sides 12H j. ItiV; shoulders 10c. .sl. LOUIS. ST. I.ocis. January 12 Vlonr Wnperfine, NHM& Wheal No. 2Sprlng Jl 00. Corn Oats faxc-i. Hye sftiSU. Whlskv Sugar 10-vito. Molasses 65 Pork t" . Bulk clear and rlo sides ll' . lo. I'.acjii slioul l.-rs clear sides .t, t lis1,. Lard US nss 11'ljgBWi. MARRIES. FRANKLIN DOUUIIKRTY On the even lD2 of 1 1th lust., st ths Cumberland Presby terian Charcli, Court Itotrt, by Rev. E. B. crlsman, L)u. S. W. Fba.sk lix, ot Colum bu, JIlsi,, to Miss Kate E. Ioc-,heriv. daughter of J. f . Dongherty, of this city. i Ii Maci'-vor. Mis-j Ksie 11... harlrs M-u-fc-voy appear at ieday and Saturday, eom- clocs. at reduced prices. Jail PARLOR MUSIC HALL. 23C Booond Sn oot. OPEN EVERY NIGHT MONDAY EVRNiv, ; JaaaBaiy inth.-Ortnd Double Cempany. TSm tiianagemeut. Id addition to their already m.-miu-.Ui eom'bl iiailon. have citeif-ti itiM MiWafini wii. known talent: Misses Man lev. nt. Clan Whelan. DeLiyet Davenport, IlenderMJC (ieo. c. ThoiO.,on nn.i M.-s; -r ilooby, inaklns the mot pcwertul vsriety laiSfsltlliBiiai "ver presented lo the people of l his city. VDMl.-stiloN . SQ CenU ORCHESTRA CIAtS. ZJ'..'sO Ceat BROOM'S OPERA HOUSE (Jefferson Street, uer Main.) Chas. H. H. Esoom.. ('HAEtEY mtrrrf 111 Prof. FuasK . . Lessee and Proprietor - -St-lKe j:lll)itr Leader Ol orcheaira Open Kvery 2XTisxt, f 1 0M M KNCINQ THUHSD Y EVENING V Hepl. 21d, with a MaomioiU Company. CO 3 m 3C CO In CO CO CD O CO CD O 137 Kt AC TI-jM. By A. E. FRANKLAMO Main Str Jan. t Sorn'fi- -'atae.-es. Piece Goo. Arabs, Llueia, Towels, Mi CD 3 CD 2 o q o (sO j Valuable Business Piropspy AT CORNER OF : Hernando ad Eiiiou Streets, PEREMPTORY AUOTiON SALE ' 'piTE owner n' that very vr.lo.. I tate It sile, has dl Mad i rojietty at peremptory sues -o oCcr :ae CD Si CD CO o o ON THURSDAY. JJKUAHY 13th U 12 o'e tnto twj and oee talti. m 1-Ha.f eai-h. laaud a mtinths. - n iv.si EX7ENSSVE L OH LE The I nre ry Danees, Bai 'teraazas. Bur- FOR THE HOLIDAYS. DIED. ReseptitB of the Remains of Mr. PeabOL'y. BEHIND THE SCENES. Sioc'sinj Rrvela'ions About the Wornen of Washington. Lobby From the Boston Post, January 5. The funeral train that is to convey the remains of tbo late George l'eabodv from Portland to Peabody is now being pre pared at the car shop of the Kastern Kail roid, in S ilem. It will consist of three of the finest cars on the road, and a bagirafre car. The cars Nos. 74, 73 and 77 have been selected. In Xo. 77 the seats have bjkBSl removed, and a raised dais, ten feet In todgtk aud two feet wuare, erected in the center, covered with blaek velvet, bor dered with silver braid, and festooned with m i--n-..- silver triuge, studded with silver rosettes and tassels. On this the casket is to rest, securely fastened. The ear is lined with alternate stripes of blaek and white alpaca pendent from the center of the monitor roof, and looped hack to the bides above the windows. At each end the " Cross of St. George'' and Die "Star Spangled llanuer" are hung and are looped back in the sa mo-manner, cov ered with black crape, so that the colors are uimiy seen tnrougu it, wnue the air win oc reaoiem wi.n mo periume in choice n wers. A handsome carpet, of which black and green aro appropriately blended, oovers the Hour, 'i'ue splendid locomotive that hears the mime of the honored dead will be used to convey the train to and from Portsmouth, New Hauishire, the junction of tho Eisteru and Portsmouth, Bam and Portland Rail road. From Portsmouth one ol the en gines of that toad will be used, appropri ately trimmed. The train will bo met at Beverly by the committee of th- Salem City government, and escorted through Ihe city limits to Peabody. Tho bolls of the city are to be tolled from the lime the train leaves Beverly until it arrives in Peabody. The monitor Terror having re ceived her powder on board proceeded to the anchorage ground in "President Roads" yesterdav afternoon, whore the screw steamer Sjaasata is now at enehor. I .tu vessels will sail fur Portland to-day. The Monarch, the vessel that is bringing Mr. IVabody ' remains, ia expected daiiy She will stop inly a day or two 1 i Port land, ami will return, at once under sail alone. Sho carries a orew of oou men. What the definite arrangements will be in Portland cannot be ascertained until the arrival of George Peohody Kussell, Ek., the nephew of the deceased, who has charge of the remains, uud Is on hoard of the Mobarc)). JnvF--On the llth tnnt., at the residence of J. Ralston, corner of Fourth aud Mill streets. C. E. Joses, son of J. C Jones, ag ed tai years, 9 months and 1 day. EuWLER Outho morning of the 12th lan uary, lsTJ, at hi- i.sldence In this city, JoHs W. K0W1.EK, ln the nth yoar of his age The funer.d sei vices will take plies from ht-. residence. TO Marshall Avenue, at ?t o'clock thlsatieruoon. SJT The members of tho Society of "Old Folks at Horn';" will attend the iuneral lu a body. Carriages at Holm's. CA PPS Yeslerdr.y at C o'clock a m., at his rcsltleneo on Ifawley street, near Jones' Av enue, B. H. CAera. The friends and acquaintances of the fami ly are Invited to aUeud his fnnersl to-day at 10 o'clock a jn from hl late refldenc- KLft' advertisements. From Ireland. 4 ceiling the disriualiOcaticus of preaihers from holding office, allowing every oounty r..niM at New York, have had in .'t'i - . omnlnv men in leaeue witli ooun terfeiters it Is a well kuown faot, that ; which has a population of one thousand a -everal years since there was printed at j member in the Legislature; sud against T " ..... oenartment a fifleen-eent i Infringing on the rights of municipal nor- note w hich was never used, for the reasou that one stf-tbi engravers was detected in taking an iinression of tho platea. This i,e party has einee U-en in tho erapuy of one of the bank note companies, anu Hboujik his record was made kaown to t"h oleer, they retained him. Tho face yiguetle of Lanoeln differs in sonio 1 'm from the orleinal. and the seal is t blurred. The back of the notes aver, a perfect imitation of tbe re-t- aoniewh were, ho a genu.iie. ,lltm BAKKfSO WMC9. HILL TO AME- -.i i,d the national canning ho oslabllsbnieu: of free , naking application for l to the Secretary of porations without their consent. One proposition asks that, tlie right of sut! rag" be confined to those w Idle per sons who had paid all State and county taxea for a year previous to th" time of offering to vote. All Ihe propositions wero referred to Committees, and It will be several days before anything Is reported for flnal action. CUBA. The Reporttd Collapse ot ihe Cubsn Cause Discretted. The Xow York Tribune of the 8th says: We are not yet beiievers in the story of the Culian eollujise. lis pecniiar parent announced the same news less than a year ago, and ou uncounted ou.'4feions an nounced the downfall of Juarez In Mexi co. Hut the elastic revolutionists would not stay down, aud Juarez and Cespedes still live, and Ba.alne has gone to France, and DqIcb to Spain and his grave. Such facts as tliaso have n very pungent and striking moral. No one ctm atlirui that Mr. Cespedes, or even Mr. Juarez, Is at this moment leading a happy life; nor, lor that matter, is Mursnal LfMpoa, Yot by some desperate art, these indomitable men still live. The atuiosuuura round about their struggles is surcharged with fiction aud full oi the minor of defeat. Never- The Xow York World is telling some terrible stories of the wickedjieBs at Wash ington, in which the professional women of the lobby and tlu ir friends in Congress are iuianles. columns ol details are given but the following will show- what a loal haonaa picuire the writer has been painting: Among tbe lobby women ia Washing ton last, winter was the daughter of a pres ent United States Senator, whose father years ago refused lo let her marry the inan of hor choice. Sheeloped with him; M uieeived her by a mock marriage, lit? having two oth"r wives, so-called, liv ing; he took all her jewels, and even most of her clothing, and aban doned her. She went to the bad headlong, refused all overtures to return home, and I lie father aud daughter used to pass one another ill the Capitol a year ago she a wanton and he a Senator and never speak. Nor did either ever betray the ev( U to any one. He called her dead: she consented to be dead even to him. Another Senator's wife, who is an inva lid, cannot lie unaware, for no one else is, that her husband has slocked no less than six of Ills mistresses on the civil service as clerks, and tha.e adds to the uuiuLair every session. Another Senator, a Southwestern car petbagger, loisted his mistress ou the Treasury Dipirlmont last year, and was iiifliieut'ial euouifh to have her salary con tinued while he sent her on to New York to undergo an abortion.' She died. The Senator himself drew ihe arrears of pay ostensibly !'or the motherof the murdered wotnau, who has vet to see the first cent of U. Another honorable, this time of the IbelOKa Mr. Juan z keeps the leadership, wmen ne nas ne.u ror m arty louneeu n..uso, was driven out of a leading hotel veara, amid all sorts ol Mexican erup- ,":' . , . ;.. ....... i.,.., i, lions, and through every sute of ills Fed eral Union has entertained pronuncis- uientos half a dozen times. Nor will It t do to say that Marshal bopasi is dead yet, ' for he has writien a letter to his son which runs exactly to the contrary. As. for Cespedes, we have luloriua'.i seems to lie positive, that tie u which am paiiru I six years ago lur notorious conduct with a I married woman, and that with the consent of tho husbaud. That husband is now (clerk of. that Congressman's committee. his wife is the congressman mistraaa, and her son is a page on thu floor; of the Booaa, aad watts oat his mutual fathers every day. The bill to ai Jow nut: banks. Parties .k..rt must nres , - i... r. , . . jIlJs -S 411 Bf(-Ulli ii-ni BRICKLAYERS' CONVENTION. Retoluticns Pasted favoring ths Co-operative Association System. the Treasury as a 1 . ist be cancelled ... lwo.it- V. u Ly the Secretary, and in U-C of than, he is directed to Issue lor desalt by tbe pro posed hanking associations fou.-Ir cent bonds running forty y-ars, princ. pa 'd interest payable in coin, non-taxa "y Federal, State or municipal author, 'lea, and the Interest on hand which may held in F.orope, payable in tbe money of European countriea. These bonds are to convertible at the option ot mo owners Chicago, Januar It:. Tho Bricklayers' National Convention reassembled this morning. A special co mm it lee was appointed to draft resolutions iu reference lo the tele graph oeralors' strike. A letter was received from John W. Browning. N. , saying the strikers have determined lo tinhl' th" Western I Biofl monoHlv until they have sithieved a complete victory. He says also, that the offices of the Western Union have been rejected. Browning hopes the bricklay ers will proffer material aid at onoe. Reports of local Unions were read, giv ing tbe condition aud number of mem bers, etc Tbe emblem of last year was adopted. A resolution was presented looking to a reorirsuizailon ot tbe National Trade . 1k- Vrom coupon in registered, or from regis- t red into couponh; it compells the Secre tary of the Treasury to redeem and csn-.-j'.n monnt of greenbscks or three per .(-rtilicates equal to seven pr cent. Union, or asaembly to be composed of 1.. iiiAd under tho i deleirates Trotn each national orgiiu.allon of th emulating note. Usued un ler the , n - K SJ j. the free banking system. It provides for J, lr the rfciemption of the notes ln ew 1 ors Resolutions were passed in favor or tlie n Mt riiA eoiinters of the bauka an w o i..iiiiir them ; prohibita banks from pay lug interest on current deposits ; provides . ,galui(, gTHmiag traveling cards. lhat the engraving and priming 01 m uw circulating notes shall be executed ia the bureau of engrossing and printing Akof the Treasury Department ; that each JCenomlnatlon of notes shall be on dU Sinet paper and from lathe wsrk, d bad (S.-ooerative association system projecKai i by Mr. Rosenstrack, who is here. Resolutions wero offered aud reterrea, Georgia Is much discoursged over her treatment by Congress, bat it is probable that a majority of members of the Legis lature will respond ln time to the Gover nor's call for reassembling on the lth of January, of his forces 111 h.e-t tua is of the moat promlalu.' character; aud for the rest, we can trust iu tho record which tho Cubans have won ralher than to ihe lie wo lch the Spaniards have manufactured. Those per sistent leaders may did, but they do not ousily resign. The nieagerness of tho Cuban means proves noihiug definite. Those of tbe Spaniards are occasions'- ly as bad, for wi hear of them joiulug the Cuban ranks in the Fast from starvation. The Cubans, it la true, may die of hunger; but the Span iards, a tbousaud of whom are said to be in hospital at Santiago, did of cholera. It is admitted lhat lb.- ragamuffins of Ces pedes can enter a ".ly au l take prisoners and supplies, ail trout sheer hunger. It is also granted, w,- believe, that th ry fight to the extent of losing hundreds of men in a battle, all from sheer cowardice. On the other hand, we learn that the now re cruits of Valiuaseda are taking to th ir heels from terror ot tho guerrillas. Here we have the very element which has made it rash to predict aaythiug of tho Mexi'-ans luring ihe war of intervention, which deceived Mr. Corwln. which puz zltd Mr. Seward, and sent a French Mar shal home and put au Austrian Prince to death. S We repeat our caution against the te merity of believing that the cause of Cuba has yet come to final grief. The patriots of lhat island reassert in the boldest and most vigorous language their determina tion to persevere, whether th"y obtain outtdde aid or not, Wo hope lhat i la-t will, and that the plight ol Spain operate to their advantage. The report sent us by Admiral Poor that the Span iards have less than 14,000 troops ln Cuba, exclusive, we suppose, of the inefficient volunteers, may serve as an onset to soiuo receut exhiblts of the supposed impotence RICHARD HiMSELF AGAIN. The shifting of a bog is reported from Bally longford. County Kerry. The bog, which covered over "two hundred acres, moved to a distance of nearly half a 111 He inland, creating great consternation iu tho neighborhood. Several cabins were thrown down, and cattle and horses wore loat. A lake took the place Of the bog. The inhabitants 011 the skirts of the mor ass barely escaped, the motion of tho bog being sudden and unexpected. Tho Flag of Ireland publishes a letter from O'Oonavan Rossa, ln reference to bis return from Tipporary. closing thus: Tho Chairman of the Directors gave us a special visit on Saturday, and asked me if I was not from Tipperary, etc. I asked bim about the election. He gave me per mission to write to Mr. Gladstone, I in tend to suggest to him the propriety of removing me to Mil! batik prison. These lodgings are within view ot the Parlia ment House, and. If he complies, I will be able to do my bit of oakum and my bit of Parliamentary business with moro convenience. I may offer him a suggestion, too, towards hav ing tho Tenure-right bill regulatetho rents according tollriffith'sPoor Law valuation, and no eviction except for non-payment of the rent. But I do not mean to make light of the honor of the compliment paid me, if it be true. I would only acknowl edge it if allowed. But " Gallant Tip" might easily find a worthier representa tive among thu prisoners. Selecting me for the honor is only of a piece with For tune's making a football of me through life one time throwing me on the ground and trampling mo with her pretty little feet, and another time hitting me a kick lhat sends mcKpinning as high as the old woman who lives in theblauket. If these few words are unparliamentary, I have placed them where the directors oau easily scratch them out. I have read tbe poem, page 18, about the Faith and Dr. Cuilen. It concludes just with my own ideas 011 the matter. Good-bye, Governor, and send reineuiberanei-s to all. Yours, ever faithfully, JEKFttlAH ODONkVaN ROSS A. Pkfetud Alasiey Finds His Level In the Out skirls of Boslon, The New York Sun of the 8th says: "A rrentlemaii who returned from Boston on Thursday stiys he saw Mr. Richard Rad ford, alias Lord Hubert Leroy Ainsloy, who recently lied in disgrace from this city, employed as barkeeper, last week, in an obscure drinking establishment in the suburbs of that city. At first the gentle man did not recognize the would-be-lord, who evidently has taken good care that no one shall. Radford is much altered, and has a wearv and careworn exjircssi. till hinidsome face. Me The Jewish Religion. The Jewish Mesienger cannot under stand how intelligent Christians can think that Judaism is becoming weak, and is ln danger of extinction. "It may be owing to the fact," it says, "that one or two Jew ish ministers have been holding forth ln Unitarian pulpits, and that there are sev eral Jewish ministers who are tinctured with the spiril of the age, and do not be- ! lievo in the advent of a Messiah, in the 1 resurrection of the dead, in tne ingather ing of Israel, and their restoration to the promised laud, lteuco I ney argue that 11 great change has taken place in tho Jew ish camp. Now all this," it declares, "is remote from tho truth. Judaism is now as strong and as vigorous as at any time in its history. None of its fundamental on his -till mnidsome laoe. ne nas ; principles nave ooen given up, and tne shaved off entirely his once admired ! true Israelite still looks for tho promises golden uiousiacne. anu nas prooaniy 1 111 iuu jcwisu scriptures. donned a wig, as bis hair Is now consid er ihlv darker than when be was in this citv. He was well dressed, and made des- What Constitutes the Mississippi Vsltey. nerate efforts to appear self-possessed. My 1 The Mississippi valley Includes most of 7) mixed a "cocKian jor our in- Minnesota, most ol lseonsin, Illinois, lord I formanl, which, we are assured, was ex- 1 and Indiana, three-fourths of Ohio, nearly ceedingly nice. The titled barkeeper one-half of Pennsylvania, a little of south asked the gentleman whether he was west New Y'ork and west Maryland, most from New York, what the news was, of Western Virginia, western parts of and had they heard auything from Lord Virginia and North Carolina, northwest AlnsleyT Georgia, north Alabama, half of MUsls- " Radford was told tbst things In the sippl, two-thirds of Louisiana, north metropolitan oils were generally quiet 1 Texas, northeast corner of New Mexico, and eVeu dull: that there was little if any 1 enat half of Colorado, moat of Vnalm may j news, except that people believed that the j and Montana, and Dakota, and all of fellow calling nimseit a lord naa goue 10 . ,,, Missouri, Amansas, Nebraska. Furope. Wherenponthe barkeeper rubbed j Kansas, Indian Territory, Kentucky aud bis soft while h inda together and pro- , Tennessee. Chicago. Milwaukee, Mar posed another drink. j queue, Detroit. Toledo, Cleveland, Erie, " He has been forbidden the principal Dunkirk, Buffalo, Rochester, Toronto, gambling establishment in this city, and Oswego. Montreal and Quebec are in the of the Cuban cause. The patriots have to although he has never visited Mr. Mor- ; same natural valley : while in the Missis take up arms, as it were, ajaainst a siege'of rissey's establishment, that gentleman sippl valley are St. Panl, Dubuque, Oma bard lying, and we hope that thay will has repeatedly said he would put hftn out . ha, Leavenworth, St. Louis, Alton, Iodi not oppose it with its own iatal weapons. I if he did. Radford having thus been de- anapolis, Cincinnati, Pittsburg, Wheeling, Otherwise, their collapse, not leas than I nied admission to the gaming establish- Louisville, Naahvllle.Vloksburg and New that af Spain, is pre-oraalasd. I asemta, has sms dri v ts keeping a hor." 1 Orleaas. (JUaaye Tim. CO e o o re TOYS AT WHOLESALE Wheeler, Pickens & Co. 03 CO a c o tz - c: o E - -a T3 CO s rt CD a. 0 T3 "J O cti CO 3 O CD cu ts BE CO CM 330 MAIN STREET. deft HOLIDAY GOODS W Hlf L. t. rONTALVK HILL, FONTAINE 8l CO Successors to Wiijja sso.t , Hri.1. Co , WHOLESALE GROCERS COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS 328 FROHT STREET, MEMPHIS. - - TXXXKHKF.r. n .WE for sale, and keep conaia.illy ou ! hand, a lull uortmul of verythlu 1 in their Hue, dsailng piaily lu such ar- I Uctes aa Bulk Meats, Bacjn, Meas Pork, Jew's and Ritmpi, r , LarJ- I Lmusiana Sugars, Reliued Sugars, Itio Colfoea, Molasses and SyTup. fcTontneky Bagging. M. and M., !Cv, Py.. . Loudeman, and J. and D. Klax. f Hope Bad Arrow Ties, Nails and Spikes, Flour and Meal, Mackerel North Carolina Roe Cut i and On-se Herring, j Canned Goods Copper-Distilled Whlskv, Rectified Whisky, Robinson County Whisky. OF VALUABLE FORT PICKERING PROPERTY. citj ott UoMialii: CHANCERY SALE os- MONOAY, FEBRUARY U, I87C. ii -tiuse, I holiest Kin ob MoauAV ii-. u.-j. the m to-wtt t Tlie sooth of Ihe city 01 la oaae tun above sale i fine-half eah ; b: t;. i- : niunths. t'ti.ty oi re-Jen A. A Calling vonr att-enilon lo ths above, wc r -iueclfuity request a ctmilunaflon nt your pa trouaire, and promise, by atrin atteu't.ia to fia-.lue.-w, with th interest of our pa'.roa ver before us, to merH It. nor , law HILL. KOXTAI.VE ft ro. Au."..ifi, soit.'itor. THE X . 0 CD co CO o a a CO CD s5 I E as 2 2 a co Is a. E CD a E CD .2 js sx E cv ATTEHTiON. SIR KNIGHTS. "Ott are hereby commanded to attend 1 ror Drill, tbli p.m., at Aayluui. tint Front afreet. Vlnlima ''Mir Kninhls" cordially luvneil. UEO. MELLEIWH.E. 0 JalS LAND FOR SALE. rHAVE on" hundretl and HfM acrtt of Wool-!aii(I. sitnated wvt'it raHes from Memphis, nud two mlled from Wliltehaveu, M. A T. K, K., which I will ell very low. There are fifty wochI wagons, which COM in twenty yards of It, IM pay I 25 per cord wood, and pay expeux: for cutiintc. For more partirnlars apply to F. liana, I C. Stopherson, adjoining Lbv place, or Mr. K. F. Harris. frjj A CARD. S"K would respertfully announce that wc it have disposed of our interwjt in Kast and Vast Tt'iiuesfcoe for Ward's New lias Burner to Mr. J. HT'lLTS. of Memphis, .Vi J. U fersr.n i.trri't. He will have a fine aud well assorted -t.u-k of nooda ln a few days, BBa will then otBBr to the public the best.efn Mpi -t aad nafent !; in America, in every form, for family and general nae. Parties desiring territory ln MisalsKippl or Arkansas, addies him as above. yi 8t. Iicis Portable Gaslight fo. Southwestern Publishing Co. 36i SAIN STREET, Have Just receive! an elegant assortment of HOLIDAY GOODS! COMPRISIXU Beautiful Writing Desks, cf various designs : Photograph Albums, And Portfolio, of different styles ; Tine Inkstands, Splendid Toy Eotks, for the little ones e -i a. o o - t 3 I e s -i co 3 X 9 CD 3 3 CO 3 A varied and larte aMortment of Bibles, Prayer and Hymn Books Alio, the uio-it complete aud . -m:.. aasort- meat ot GOLD PENS AND PENCILS IN THE HOI7TH WEWT. In ail ltrj branjjes. Supplied at Manafacturcrs' Frices. iU-t!4 o o O o" -1 CO 3 a. O o 3 3 sn o n m CO 33 m m CO to n O 73 to H m 73 r z O n m 73 R0YSTER.7HtZVAIT & CO , mm BY GOTTLIEB" & Austior.eers. tor. SecoaC a E2EK.JEL 4 Adair.- Zii. IP o V B 3 SALES meek : MONDAY Dry Goods, CIotLoi?, Hats, Notioua, etc. WEDNESDW Piet Goodi, lurs, Hosiery, Faacy Gojvis, vtc. FRIDAY Furnisii iag Goods, Do mestics, Sundries, etc. del9 A. S. nCit ALCt m gp CO O o fiE n a Ed. J. Tavuu. Of lttuto t u., ill. WH.C. KI7TLAMD, Of Ileitoto Co., Miss PETRO OIL. A. J. Xa-A."W MARTIN, OFFICE IN KIT WILLIAMS BLOCK, COR. SECOND J acd Madlon strecta, Memphis. Tenu. K peclal attention given to eolleitUona. JaU Notice of Administration. ,-',HI8 In to notlfyall concerned, that I have 1 applied tu the Honorable County (Vin t, at the Feornary Session, for administration upon the ealiite of the late Plelro and faulo I'lrlietto. JaiS FRANCtXCA PK'H FTTTi . DENTISTRY. Petro Oil Headquarters! ROSENBAUM BROS., Cor. Main ami Washington Sts., MEMPHIS, TF.JJX. MAXUFACTLTIEHS AND WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS. HAVE ON H AND NOW, AND OTFBB FOR Hale, at l.ESH than the asasd prices: 1050 Cook Stoves, of vanoua kiuda and manufactures: 400 Heating Stove; 300 barrels Petro OUj A lari;e atook of Lamps, Tin Ware, etc. aw Country inercfta&tg wti' And It tn llinir interent to seeoirr Ooods Bad IA W PRICES. Pa" We are tiie onlv partlei wh-i have the RIOHT TO SELL the role brat. -d P.-tro OIL or H. R.. M an.) W .- . TRANSPORTATION TEETH !"iracted and Filled without Tain, with L uniting O-is. which la Harmless, atO.H. lir.ilTit BIto.'S, T2 JetTeriou street, corner of Third. Teeth Inserted without covering the Palate, avoiding: the destruction of taste and articu lation. They ar light, clsanly and durable. aUICK TliVIE EAST ! I Louisville Route Always Ahead SUMMER. SCHEDULE, Commencing May 2, 1869. TAYLOR fit RUTLAND, WHoI.KSAI.K AND RETAIL Grocers, Cotton Factors AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS HO. 304 FRONT STREET, loabyand Hant s Block. - Matxi'iiis, Tans, asa- ronataoinent solicited. aiuiM j THOMAS TROUT & SONS, COTTON AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS 204 Front Street, m i. m l'ii is. - - I sV lip.BUMjl ! ar-- Li'ral advances made on consign- ! met. la of Cotton to our correspondents, ispaaovE. Sor Lt 4 Co , BoMon; 4'iLu.i.Hi, Bibnil a: Co., New York; Moanvt'-AI A Co., Bnltluiore; H.Slo.snsi So.-s. I'lilljtdclj.l.la- orjl TO LAND 80 YEH3. Five Hundred Acres Land ON PRESIDENT'S ISLAND. Putolio Sale. I" are d!rected to aM to the .ale o: ihe v P"rnoa Lands, which taiCi j.-. salesroom. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, IS70, Fivb Ht-TOKin cbi3 or PrPEEioB L ..-;. oeli uginic lo feter Mliehel, ox rt'i. SOI IH 3U)B Or I'KWiEiT S LU.V.N1. r. Hi - LSE - ran Le gitall, a Ja any fu.-iher TILCZEVA V ltltoriuatlort TO LAND BUYERS ! 1000 ACRES Residence, Garden, AND - FARM LANDS WITHIN BOOTS AND SHOES. FIVE MILES OF MEMPHIS, AT- WILLIAM MILLER, PEREMPTORY PUBLIC SALE. Manufacturer and Dealer In BOOTS AND SHOES, h Ke?p constantly on hand custom-ra a tie SENT'S, LADIES' & CHILDREN'S BOOTS AND SHOES, sltuaurt on ih water, of on Memptta. 1 tal the land-bayln I property, onta ai-ree, a.a cm. i af -t ind up- od- jCNTo. 219 Main Street, (Under Woroham House , MEMPHIS. ::::::: TENNESSEE. Special attention given ! l.-traevant a Co., Auctioneers, ; room. In th city ot Weal phis, ' of Slain aud JenVrsoo street. lt-8 coruer Work. Custom dels WEDNESDAY, JANUARY l&th Entire Vnder Sets Inerted on ths suction principle, rendering them firm. JalS Ijnuci ! -ANTED to rent for the year WTO, one hundred or more acres of Improved and, lying near the city of Memphis, far ties havtDB land to lease, please call at my Broom Factory, No. u Howard's Row, or ad dress meallne, slating description andlerms. del A. It. FERRY. R. D. WARD CO. UFA LIBS IN GARDEN, GRASS AND FIELD SEEDS, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS Fertilizers, Fruit Trees, PAPER, PAPER BAGS, ETC. OOUBLE DAILY THROUGH TRAINS wiLiTRca as follows os ma Memphis and Louisville Railroad Line: Leave Memphis (city tlme)t:Oua.m. 3:45 p.m. Morning train from Memphis dow not run on Sunday. Leave Memphis, city time. 4 :tX) a.m. 1:45 p.m. Arrive at Naashville IltlS p.m. Saw a. ni. Bleeping t ars on Evening Train from Mem phls to Louisville and Mempuls to Nashville. Through Tickets at Reduced Rates Can he procured at the Com 3iain streei. ami ai i-i-,. Baggage t'hewkea at Memphis City Transfer Ci Private Kesi-.lriices. or on I principal ,e.i" 1-- ,f Main st. ot, or by the ly : at Hotels tKiats, to all M.VM. 11. JUNES, Bunt. BSLL HowiM.. Psaanger Aent. seW iu"v ' onoapest 232 MEMPHIS, MAIN ST. 232 TENNESSEE We have Just reosi ved a large shipment of TWO ANO FOUR-HORSE WAGONS, Of a verv suDerlor nifike. which wa are offer- lag low. R. D. WARD s CO., 1 JaU tsSI Mala street. Hew Firm New Goods SOUTHWORTiTtl THAYER, BTUIOTLiY WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Boots, Shoes & Hats 199 Main St, Memphis. T-U- At competing prices with any other j Market. (iooDB Sold only to MitB CHAyn, Satisfaction guaranteed In ev ery instance. ae-'aXlA-w j 600DBAR & 6ILLILAND, Exclusive Wholesale Dealers ia BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND CAPS, all MAIN HTRKaT. WTCiaTER BLOCK, ! Memphis, T nod tho m iry B lO k 1 reat Ihta ihrr ent. fortiny portion or all L: tu day of sale. Fi-rson wUhiau toeia lands wit'-, a vl w to fcnj uia, will til facility offered for s i doing, oy ttpinl the aucuoaeers. or tome at my teal deem It superflaenn to represent i value of good lanH-. lyloc wt'l Itviince of such a city a Mempi-i-than to say that, hy Juuiciojs man; lh"v--WIU yield a saier and lareer il. e Investment than auyialrg else eapllal can be employed. I uope I possible, compeow me for MM a ! PTERM- OF bALE. Hau cishTwance o lime advtlui in'.;rH- HI' IIARD I PERSIAN. Royster, Treieyant &. Co., Au tioseers. Jal of AL1LZ. HUBBAT. 8. K, Hll-utl. MURRAY &. RIOGELY, MERCHANT TAILORS, 31 MADISON STREET, Eaat of Clarka Jei ry Store, MEMPHIS, XSNN. Wt are now receiving our tal! stock, ths largest we have ever odered to the trade. MaucHairrs will Bnd ll to their Interest to ezaon lue before buy lug. m.ali CARPETS, CsOth and Shades A New and Elegant Stock just re ceived by E. FEGAN, 280 Second St, Vincent Biock, Which I propose to sell Cheap for CASH. NOTICE. deV3 Mr. L. TROUT becomes a member of of our Una from this data, lue Dam and style will contlnas as heretofore. THOMAS TROlT a 0Na MI STOLEN from B Nolle, near Get man -town, one Liahl norrel Mare, aboat en t vear old. wlta biased la.e. acd h:tc spit on rtgbt Jaw : ki a natural pacer, reward wili be paid for her delivery to ia, Vo1 laa or P- Carter, near Uermantowa. J