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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL.
MEMPHIS, TEIST., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 187Q, ESTABLISHED 1840. vl. Hi J IS 4 l An English Cause Celebre. An Fnjflish correspondent sends us the following: "The London fashionable world is on the tipte of exportation in regard to an impending cause eetebre of the tirst water. "The interest attending trials in England depends almost exclusively upon what in the newspaper phrase ology Is termed 'the position of the parties.' Thus when old Lord William Russell was murdred. many year airo, hy his valet Courvoisier, It pro duced an indecrihahle interest and MMttOM uhereas, if some ruftimi had knocked a poor old plebeian ou the had, none would have cared six pence about the matter. "In the present ease. tbnat imra dlstely concerned, and those ron nected with them, occupy such a po-d tion in society as to make the trial now Imminent unusually attractive to the lovers of gos-ip and -s-aueinl. "For the last seven years th" daughter- of Sir Thomas and Lady Louisa Moncrifffe have been famous a- lutie. The eldest is the wife ot th- Duke of Athole: another, whose beauty is uncontested, is the wife of the Eiul of Dudley, 'the Iron Karl,' da he is sometimes caiied, in conae quence of his iniinensr ironundcol lierv ossessions. A thirel m:rritil Curtain Arbuthnott. whirse- tir-t wife, the beautiful niece of Lord Granville, the present leader of the Government In the House of Lords, was killed in 8 ttzerlatid a year or two ago. under cintlj; stances so sad and romantic us to have probably become imprcS3d on the rablds of very many. She was struck dead by lightning, within a fortnight aft.-r her marriage. "A fourth daughter, the subject of be approaching inquiry, uiarrifel Sir Ch.'Vle- Monlaunt, the rt'prvntativc of a Vv"T ancient and honorable iirse long seard in the county of War wick, and ra1! U) the baronetage so far back as 1611. . "The family seeTus n these latter lfivs to have had a run or iil luck. The late baronet was kil!t am- rf-ntn'lv while out shooting. ny friend, and Sir C harles hii.ideU Gam, I before his present calamity, expe rier.ctsl one or two very disagreeable j strokes of ill fortune. "When, some timesince, he became the tiUiatid of his beautiful bride, all seemed fair before him, but the pros pect wa soon overclouded, and he now comes- to the Divorce Court a petitioner in a suit in which his wife is respondent, and Viscount Cole, eld est smi of the Earl of Enniskillen, and Sir Frederick Johnstone, a wealthy sporting baronet, are co-rewpocdf'iii-. Lord Cole's position is rendered the more unpleasant, inasmuch as he last year married Miss Baird, one ot the co heiresses of the celebrated Glasgow iroB-tnaster. "Sir Charles Mordaunt's suspicions agaimt hie wife were, it would seem, first awakened by statements made by Xady Mordatint when in a semi unconscious condition during her last cohSnenient,and which teidd to give a very disagreeable confirmation ip the truth rtt" the adage that 'it's a wise child which knows own father.' "Tennyson say. in his Idylls of the King: X hold that man the worat of public foos Who. eltbs-r Tor M own or tiilMr. u's To MN lila blood from scandal. Itheriie V i."-v he suixra Ia..e abide and rule it.. house: Foe. ''- iu; through his cowardice allowed Her station, taken esrery w tieie for pure, sh-, like a new disease, unXrvowu to men. Creel. no precaution used, among the crowd. ,M akea wicked lightnings of her eyes, and1 saps The rKj1 "T oar rrleniis. and Mint the Vl'Lt 'ii..v-'a leapt", and jKilsons hal I iHi!e If Hie young. "Siuce the Queen' from pui'lic lie a cvu-- ha.- cti'iie over the Kngli-h soiiety. 'Acyvniniodating hu- ands' hav"e, anions 3 certain 'fast' st t, become quite common, ayd too many men put up with anything sooner than exposure ot their domes tic troubles. "It is contended bv the lady's friend that her mind has long been j afl.t-ied, and was so at the time he gave expression to the statements ou which the suspicions ,,; misconduct j are founded. When htr counsel ap- plied fo the court to hx a day of trial, the Judge declined to take It out of the ordinary eoar-e. Lady MorJaunt's counsel then olvterved that it was mo-t do-dribie it should speelily anif to trial, tor bis unfortunate client was n.vv under the surveillance of ten njad-do iO:s, aiid il oh" wasn't mad altej-Uv, slu' flwuretlly very soon would lie. The trial will probably take platv "Standi lego that very d st rew iv es.. ut the eiul of ill-- month, as gone so far a- to til I is nailed in PogUad 'a Mhod poMoaagv nar- lieing inaiie a co-res- i-iuuch as u .simi:ar , a generally made in regard J u some ctiarll&hle quarter , whenever a cttse Off the to h or i port invjr-, tin re ls ntti me sngnte-st ; rtiuce to tie- piaceu upon ine iruiti of it. "Hud la fate on whom tbe public J fiioti forT to ib'tra.-'t or praise. " It would appear that matrimonial 'diflk-u!'.ie-s' are apt to run in familie-s; Mrs. Vivian, who last yir eloped with the young Mareiuiot Waterford, U first couin of Lady Mordaunt. Lord WaterloidV younger brother has also caught the infca'tion, and lately disappeared w itb the wife ot the Colo nel i his re'giuient. "The proud prevs-minenco of the PsveLs iu fashiirtiable udulterv will now be fored to yield to an Irish remarkable only lor fainllv. hllherb nport, politnal power, and the num ber of prelates it has l'urnlnhed to the Irish Establishment. That being ex tinct, its energies are now, it seems, tut'i-d in a novel direction." northern Methodist Book Concern. Ifrw York, Fe b. 11. The majority re port ot the IMhafM BKk t euumit Ji n hitfu-Hshimr the lormer man- age'ueeut ol the Book Concern, called I a It.rih a minority rep.'rt.asua;e'.pect- in ed It Is signed by Henry Sheen, ,,r i.mu lVp. Mild LeTOV M. erutm. Ainthe r m mber, w ho was abnent on HTCoUnt ot Hickness, woulel have- slfcil d It had he been preesent. The- ma lum v report ar-se-ru. sudsuntialiy that ilie-ir Jbiunr rejairt was founeled in error, ami lliat m fraud, tlealeition, txirru'ptinn, or biases have lee-n pre-ve-n Tbe minority declare that they are compelled to dissent from the re port ttecaiwe nothing ha come be fore us during our pre-eent sesasion to reiie-ve oar conviction of the loesses ani inismanagem-nt lu the Aiook concern Insumciently ex-ort-sed in the committee's report in Noveuits-r last. The methods for merly practiced by the houe are oharacterutsl as discreidltable aud damaging: and, among other thint,--, thev name the lact .i the large com uiLsaJons paid to one Porter, m of the '.iiiiior ageut, on purchases f paper, whlh could have been readily pui Chatald dins tly lrom the manufactur ers. Loae to the Oine-ern ef over 11: ttgm thousand dollars in this one di rection wetej clearly pmven, anel this is especiallv slgnihcaiit from the- fact that lr. PorU r, father of the young sman, controlled the purchasing de nmemt of the Concern. Los in P- to the muut ol twt-my thou leath -ij, j(i two years arc also sand dt. titngs specified. There amoDg other f been waade public, port has not y. -, Hutu? when it and mm create qulu tbe light. 1 Th Tax Bill. The Commi-sioner of Inal TiTanoeared before the W ay and rr 1 .4.... Iinil Uestis Lomtiiittee on 1 u'--y -- mtvm his view at length fww ; a : ., i i'u 1 1 v i' 1.-m1 lift- OI l"C ssr- i bid. He suifs:eted no Hp'ii h-njre iu the rates or taxation, out, ia"gAther thing,, he thought some provisions anou.u - , n .,.., 14 ea in.1 . tor fts Iiidiflii-Territory- It had been claimed that some seizures in enforcing the law in that. Territory were in violation of certain treaty stipulations, and parties feeling aggrieved had already applied to Congress for relief. The claim he did not think was justly founded, but a contest had arisen. He hoped the committee would consider the matter, and a-ik the attention of Congress to it. R'gardinK the extension of time of which the Kentucky and Tennes see whiskies should remain in bond, he seemed inclined to favor it, and the committee were di-psed to add an other year, thus giving them two vars before taking Hie whisky out of b mil. In reply to an inquiry the Commissioner answered that he be lieved it would add creatlv to the em 0 eney of the service if the Internal Revenue Bureau wer made an Inde pendent department, separate from the control of the Treasury. On authority of it- Salt Lake corres pondent, the New York Herald My: The schismatics claim to have had the rough outlines of the new constitu tion be direct revelation from Heaven, ut that its details are to be supplied hy the thoughts of individuals, if 1 1 W having no desire to super sede human brains, and wishing the schismatics to be satisfied with their own arrangement. The rough draft is presented to our readers in the let ter of our correspondent, and they can form their own opinion of it as a handiwork of Heaven. It will be es leci;tlly encouraging to the Woman's EUabts advocate! to kuow that one ar ticle expressly declares that women have a right to vote on church ques tions, but .lie authorship of the draft is rendered rather doubtful by the fact that, although it deals in such minor matters as ward organizations.it fails to take grounds for or against rjblyga my, the great question which threat ens to uproot ioth the new and old churches and bring about, a general revolution in the whole religious or ganizution of Mormonism. Notwith--t t iding the evils rampant in the chief camp of the Mormons, the mis sionaries of Brigham Young's dispen- ...... inlAntlv at a-firb- trt ......II re , . . . more pro-eivu-., ana tne movement is becomiug quite successful even so near ho'iue as Loug Island. There is now on exhibition in Leip aic a t-peaklng machine, iuvented by Fabor, which is a uiaaerpieee oi art. It is in imitation ot ait the parts oi the human organs ol speech, executed in India ruboer and wood. A key loard, like that of a piano, played by a young lady, puts the pari in mo tion, w hiie by a ttedai and bellows the required air is sent thiough the wind pipe. The Key-ooaru nus ouiy iour- teeu ia?vs, represeuting the souud of a, o, u, i, c i, r, w, i, s, o, g, u, sn ; me other sounds of luo alphabet are pro ducts! by the same EtMMtMMpfk and tbe ad minion of more or lee's air. The sounds of ui atid b are produced by closing the lips, n and 1 by pressing the lotigue again-t the root of the mouth, etc. The French naal un ls are produced by a separate contri vance. The laughing, says tho Ger man General IiUeiiigenctr, sounds truly diabolical, and very comical is the crow ing of a roaster. The visits of the Nortiimeu to Ihe American continent have long beta a subject of controversy aud specula tion, but sow Mr. J. Haulay, a Chi nese interprete; iii San Francisco, at tributes the discovery of Amerii to the Celestials, finds a reseulblanve be tween the inhabitants of Central and Houlii Amerita and the Chinese, and traces a similarity in the religion of the Aatem and iiuddlii-sm. lie says carried back to China the Mil that I hey had found Buddhist idols and re ligious writings. John Chinaman has hit n a Ion lime in taking auylhing like poMfNOiea ut Ma wwn, aud he ma find some tiitijriiliy now m ettkeing fri.Mt IIJisl lU.lnA1. illilwl. tllP lVt.ll.ittl. uttwKi rmula that' Coiuuibus d- covered Auierica. The Austrian Government has Just introduced a novelty In tratismiuniK bhort mei-sages tbrougn the poatoSot at e-h.-up rt 'es. i he object is to ena- ble persona to send a t.n. wun the least ixj-isible trouble, UKMsages of smail itiiHrtance, without tiie" necassity ot obtaining iper, ens and euvelopea Cards of a fixed size are Hold at tho postofflees for two krcw'e:s, one siile being tor the addre ami the other (or the note, whicii may be w ritten either with ink or with any kind of pencil. It is thrown .into the box, aud eleliv ered without an envelope. A cheap peirit ed this kind would certainly be very eoi, , vuient, espevially iu large towns, and a man of business, carry ing a few such cards ih iii pocket book, W'.-uid lad thehi very usesjul. f here i. tin ..dditioal advantage at taches! to tne card, namely, that ot having the iciiin -. anJ postmark In separably fixed to the note. A California eorrespontlent gives pais interesting statistics about elai- rvina in California. IJe state- that lUt ie are L'tOei eiairiea in C-aliloniia having Db to loo ttjws each. The cows are generally a cross imiiorted with Mexican stex.s. They pick their own f'xd from the tst day of January to tlu' 31st day ot le-ccinber. Geiod grazing lands are cheap and abund ant. The Coast Range Mountains ex tend from the Mendocini to iSan iiiego, upward ot OKI mile's. Bathed by the freaieeetit leijcs of the exsistn, liutre is plentjof Btoifjre whendryelsew here. This range of mountains fomtmm val leys oi vast e'. lent niiu leTiuuy. ie is tuli of springs, while bunch graie ami wild uaU are found in exhausthvs quantities. Ttoie :s, tln.'relore, ei course, a fine section for the dairy busiueas, as the land is also very cheap. A beautiful English lady residing at Toulon for the benefit of her health ree-eived numerous and devoted letters from an admirer who signed bin is. if "Abel," anil who coulel not be traced. At length she bexstnie quite' interested him. boon alter a police inspector resetted himself to the fair ladv. .Madam," said he', "among theetfrt'ts of a person lately deceasel a letter has been found bearing your address. It Is suppostd that the deceased, who died suddenly, had no time to post it. Here it Ls." It was a letter lrom Abel. The iady re-cognized it at once. "And who was this Abel who wrote to me" so often y" said the fair English w o man. "Madam," replle-d the func tionary, "he was a convict at the elockyard." The critics have been in such hast to pitch Mrs. Hiowe's book out of win dtw because it does not contain " doc uments," that they have overlooked! a very funny blunder which she makes iu referring to a work with which she certainly ought to bo fa miliar namely, the Biile Speaking of the pseudo autobiography of Byron published iu the John Hull magazine m 1824, she says that if some power ful i-ause had not paralyzed all feel ings of honor, delicacy, and humanity toward Lady Byron, the t-ditor " would have been overwhelmed with a storm of isipular indignation, which, like (he fire upon Sudani, would have eft htm a puiar oj sail for a i warning to all future generations Mrs. Stowe! Remember Lot's wile. The New Orleans Piaayune tells the j story of a gentleman who arrUed j there a short time ince from an East earn city in pursuit of his truant sou. ; His search availed not, and at last, ' almost ia tleapair, theelistreeaed father ', Ws preparing to return heime, when otie evening at the theater he felt som1 ; one's hand thrust suddenly into his ' jxf'k.et. Quick as thought he grasptd 1 . 1 1., r v. ri.l 11 i...'n.i tpvuu r, I., ta,. 1. i -.r I a rill' nil lie mri, U' V 1 y w. . . 1 II. sun . ryL.iiu, mm 1 -sr . in bis crime, the b -.. .I'Tt-i 1 rr ; ' .rUt il4J , a k wav ,w, lht. crowd. -.-,. 4sVa anel tne urii iu,v, uu. s.w. of an affectiou whk-h k)tous associa tion had not succeeded ia entirely crushing, conaentssd to return to bis ... ,! the discoverv by the Chiuese $ and lt?mwml j made 14ejiJ years niro, the land beiiiir .ueraoie enange Fosilny, unj that years a. MKiier ranKs or ... u,,.i,u..-. i.itvi ih.. ,...,fr.. 7..i 1 111 ' IU'JUiil -l a-ai- I.iWllll aim NASHVILLE. Proceedings of tbe Legislature and tde State Convention, mCIAL TO MEMPHIS' APPEAL. Nashville, February 11. Senatt. Hou-t- bill providing for the election of Justices on the fourth Saturday in March, lu cases where they have been appointed hy the Governor, passed its third reading. Semite bill to preserve the school fund tasst d its third reading. The Senate refused to recede from its amendments to House bill granting certain legal rights to married wo men. Houe. There was very little busi ness of interect transacted in the House to-day. Mr. Singletary introduced ft resolu tion, which was laid over, requiring the special committee on Radical Cir cular to summon as witnesses any person or persons, or any one whom the parties signing the circular may designate. The resolution Ls not likely to be adopted, as it might involve an enormous outlay. Mr. Tucker introduced a bill to di vide the Agricultural School Fuud among the three divisions of the State, and appropriate the portion for West Tennessee to Macon Masonic College of Fayette county. Mr. Jones introduced a bill to incor porate the Atlantic, Gulf and Missis sippi Steamship Company. Mr. Thomas introduced a resolution requiring the Comptroller to bring suit against tax collectors for tae.s due prior to 1669. A resolution was adopted indorsing theaction of Judge T. R. Smith, agent of the State, in purchasing for thcState t the MAet-i ttt thft Tpntiwvi Xntoinul - Bank, of Memphis, aud authorizing him to compromise the unpaid assets of tbe said bank belonging to said bank. The Convention. Tbe Convention was engaged mostly the entire day in consideration ot the report On com mon s. !!....;.., whfch requires that the State tax shall be appropriated to free school puritoses. No action was taken. Mr. G.bson introduced a resolution to test the seuse of the Convention on the Fifteenth Amendment. Laid over. A resolution was introduced and iaid ever appointing a committee of five, with power ;o ;epd for persons and papers, to investigate the condi tion tlio State finances. FOREIGN SUMMARY. From Prussia. Berlin, February 14. It Is said that Bimarek, in case that other great Mvota concur, will prepare a protest against the Fapai ijyai.ud. Fro Italy. Fxoren'ce, February 14. The Ital ian corvette Bendetta has sailed for the Rid Sea to establish a naval sta tion in those waters. She has a ci eMitifie commission on lxard. from Spain. M.ORLD, February ii. It is prob alie t bat Setior Bkera, Colonial jlin ister, Hill soon retire, owing to the strong discussion in the Cortes, on Saturday, on the subject of bis dis missal of a subordinate officer. From France Pai-.is, Fe bruary 14 Rochefort has nddreiised a letter to the Prefect ol Pe luie, claiming, in moderate and re spectf jl terms, the right to lurnish article's to wM own Journal, Lu Mar- ' ."7u aT Without bUD -"" prison. From Engltnil. London, February 14. The cfaflh er yesterday was e-olel and temp--.t-uous. Many shipping disasters nave been repo'teil. Iion Boucicau'tt has brought action for libel against tho &itimltty Review, feir an unfavorable criticism on kis play of Formo"., w hen, in the aditan criticised the author as an associate1 of blacklegs ami charlatans. The 'liinei, lu reviewing the hook on ircu-claels, tOBftty issuevl by the hngifi. N.iv.i! Constructor, fi. J. Bead, exult in Hecntary Robinson's admissioti of the absolute wortiiie-ss-nes of American vessels. 7'tie cotton mills at Lancashire, com pel led to aiop s short time since on account ol the de-pressioii i;j tile cotton i trade, are resuming business. XLIst CONGRESS 2d SESSION. Waihingtox, Feb. 14. House. Mr. Laugberidge offered a resolution des-lariug.as the opinion of the House, that the basin e-ss interest-" of them try require an increase in the value of the circulating currency, and in rirueting the OoOMnittefi on Banking and Currency to report, as ,-oou .- i possibl.', a hill Incre a-ii)g the currency I to the amount of at least $00,noi,h00. M r. Ward movee.1 to table the revo lution Not agreed to by 7.1 to 33; which Mr. Iugersoll eharaetoriaed as "a hef.lthy indication." Tbe morning heiur expired, how i'VT. rjjo ii...- resolution went ove-r till ne-xt JloneiaV. ; 7 '.' , ... i At the last inei tinir ot rxroIs, the strong.iuinded laeliee eutertaineel theiiis-rlvess by sinirmg some very pretty love hml and it was agreed that vocal and instrumental niu.sic should be- a ('art ot their pre ts-e-elins hereater. Tims It is, after all, that .he women, under all cir cumstances, come back to first princi ples. Political e-couotny is a fine thing ; women's rights are "splendid ;'' the progress of reform and the eleva tion of literature are "charming." But, alter ail, they are rather too dry, anel not quite juie-y enough, even for the determinate dames anel damsels of Soi'os.s. "It is a familiar beast," says Shakespeare, "and signifies love." "Love's like a red, red rose," says the old song. "For all we know," says old Waller, "is that they sing and that they love." "Oh," cried (Jatnpbell, "Oh, love! In such a wiidernetes as this!" "Leive," said Scott, "is loveliest w hen eiubaltiie-d iu tears.'' "If music be' the food of! ltivc," said Shakespeare, "play on." And again he says, "For stony limits , cannot; hold love out." All of which ; uuotalions from the rsiets WW 1 mend to the consieieration of Soroeis at the next meeting. Tbe Washington correMoudent of the Cincinnati Gutetlee, writes, Feb ruary 9: "The prevailing sentiment relative to the Supreme Court Is illus trates by two bills brought into the Senate this afternoon. One came from Senator Wilson, and increase the number of Judges to ten, adding one to the present number. The object of this measure means to be to put the Court into such shape that it eannot declare againt the constitutionality of the Lena! Tender Hct. The other Dill come lrom tin Se nate Judiciary Com mitten, aud re quire eae h oudge to live in the circuit w here he holds (siurt. It does not apply to the Chief Justice, and rows out of the oodosI- : ' . . ,.v tki. ... niHrniut uti r.f IT..u anil ! ' ' LJ "J - v ' - - - - - ' " Bradljy. The Portmailoe and Fetinoig Rail- way, jf Wales, Ls but two foot gauge, runs engines only ten tons weiicht. and carriages of only three thousand : fiountia ior twiwvw ptunK-ogers. TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. The Bible in the Cincinnati Schools. Cincinnati, February 14. Contra ry to public expectations, the nponion j j oi the Judges of the Superior Court as j j to luc question ot introducing the lii- bie into public schools was not deliv ; ered. It is understood that each . Judge has written his opinjon, but j uothiug has transpired to indicate what the decision will be. The decis ion will probably be made to-morrow or next day. Rol)bey In Chicago. CmCAGo, February 11. The busi ness book-keeper of Talmin Reny, druggists, 35 South Water street, name not given, was detected, a few days since, in stteallng opium, quinine and morphine from his employers. He confessed x taking $8000 worth, and his relations Settled with the firm, and he was allowed to go to Canada, on account of the respectability of his family, where de will probably again practice his sw ndling. Death af loan 1. Roe. St. Lbuis, February 14. John J. Ree, the senior partner of the firm of John J. Roe & Co., the heaviest pork packing boose in this city, died sud denly about 1 o'clock this afternoon of apoplexy. Mr. Roe was on Change at noon in good health, and at 2 p.m. at tended an elect ion' for Directors of the State Savings Institution, of which he was President, At 3 o'clock he at tended a meeting of the Directors of the Memphis Packet Company, of which he was Vice-President, and af ter chatting about an hour ou busi ness matters, fc.e suddenly fell back ward, gasping for breath, and died be fore a physician could reach him. Contempt or Ctu-t. Chicago. February 14. Edward Rummel, Secretary of State, has re fused to respond to the summons issued by the grand jury of this coun ty to appear b?fore them and bring with him the original petition by which the sentence of Walsh, the wife-murderer, was commuted from banging to iir prisonnient for life. This morning District-Attorney Reed applied to Judge McAllister for an at tachment upon which to bring the Secretary nolens volen before the graud jury. To-morrow it will be de cided whether or not the case is one of contempt. Prize FightGeneral Ew- ll---Louisiana L gijlature- Bank Robbery. New Orleans, February 14. Gal lagher whipped Conley in nineteen rounds. Genenil Ewell is at the St. Charles. In the Legislature to-day a resolu tion was introduced forbidding C. L- ! ". of. CtymmerekiBulUtin, ooiii eiiieitrif; iti7 uiiicr 01 ivprt-it-ii- tatives. Th allisged aue is Mr. Jewell's -language regarding cer tain members, and his political course The safe in ihe ri:,,ence of J. S Clarke was blown open last night ana robbed of 2t),(X)0. Excitement at i lit Lake City. Chicago, February 14. A special from Ogden say that tiie election for city offii"ers takes place In Halt Lake City Monday. The Moriuan church nominated tneir ticket a few days asr. An o;itt)sition ticket, sufiported by tOBythfl n'! God'oeite, Gentiles. w:i to be nriminat-cil Thursiiay n'ght. When the partu reacliinl tlje hall, it was tilleel by Brighamites aud a large nutnlier of see'rf t ward police, who went through the farce of nominating an orthodox ticket, giying the oppo sition to understand that they could do no business there. The gent-ral --I..Q Is, that Ht an opposition ticket ia nftrnaptrd, Majboi tr":hla 'dl re sult. Brigham Young is making preparations to vUtit tho extreme Southern portio of his Territory God be i to says it is a move to shift the responsibility of the election trouble irom himsi If Tliera is great excite ment at Salt Lake under present cir cumstances, ami it Isdoubtiul whether any opposition ticket will be at tempted. The woman's mflrage bill was de feated In the Colorado Territorial Lg-i-lature. Cincinnati Heats. GUWUJLan, February 14. Th i-ast-s invoicing tho validity of the forty-eight hour rule for fermentation in the manufacture of spirits, recently Ix-gun in the Court of Oyer and Ter miner, will, by consent or all parties, bo transferred to thoxU. S. Circuit Court to-morrow, where thr-y will ceime up early ou their merits. 'ihe recent removal of Captain Naughton, Guager of the Second Dis trict, for alleged disrespect shown to his superiors, has excited a great deal of elissatisttiction. lie has the repu tation of being oue ol the best officers In the District, and was appointed on the urgent ree.'ommeudation of Gov ernor Hays. Several women, Indicted by the Gninel Jury reevntly for keeping houses of ill-feme, pleadd guilty to day and were timd the costs and $100. A man, inflicte d for the same oflence, plcaeling guilty, was sent to tho work house lor sixty days. A. Bunderilian was stabbed vestor day St the L'ulo:t House-, inStorr's Township, by Joseph Lannouth, and probably fatally wounded. Rev. J. G. White, who has created a tw gallon in sotu 3 circles ot late, Ls lecturing on Romanism this week in New port, and will begin his lectures here 'next Sunday. News by Way of New York. New York, Fe-bruary U. Havana corresjxinclence! announces the ulea iug event that ... Princess has been Ixirn to the beautiful Amelia Beiurhon tie Hame'll, who ran away from Eu- rope w ith Prince Juan Louis de Bour- bon. of Naples, and was joined in holy ..it,.,.i, iSSZ hi... h, T.wf;. n,vri lh(1 Jefk.im Miirket Police Court, - ,h. Pittu f Mj.,.h ,..a. Th' interesting in ant is tobecallesl alte r Its several grandmothers. The aristocratic circles In Havana have1 becn agreeably agitated by a circum atanea so unusual as the birth of a Cuban Princess, Among the notable nows yesterday was :e sermon by Bev. Father Peston. of SUmo Church, in explanation and defense of the dogma of Papal infal libility; one by Rev. Mr. Young, of St. Peter's Church, on Fifty-ninth street,agalnst sensational story papers ; and another by Rev. Mr. Boole, at Cooper Institute, in favor of the Bi ble in public schools. The report, in a Rochester paper, In which it was stated Captain Francisco Deporta, who fought a duel last sum mer with the Spanish editor, E. L. Cronistoe, had be-eii killed in another duel w ith some party at Niagara Falls, Ls a canard. Captain Oliver k) well in this city. In Williamsburg the Mormons are about entering into negotiation feir the purchase ol a genuine church edifice in the center 0! the district. Letters Just received herefrom Mr. Seward, who is yet at Havana, state that the ex Secretary propi eea, as sewn as thesituatlou in Haytl will permit, to visit that eountry.-withaview after a short sojourn there to proceed to St. Domingo, where he intends to remain until April, and thus avoid tbe severe March weather at his home in New York State. It is believed that Mr. Seward's presence in the Dominican Republic will assisl materially iu set tling the somewhat unsatisfactory con dition of allaire that appears to pre vail in tne KepuDiic, ami which ap ,ears the result of the attempt to tarry juto effect his poMcv eoncerninir the rxssaion of that country to the United ntonu hu henith i.'mni.h roveti. . . . ........ ... uiM. .. null 1. .1 ! ., f itii.u.-aA. , int.- i.-i-s.aii .TAllllsLi errand Boris Donzas. Secretary of the Rus sian Legation, are in this city, and it ls said the Russian Government has made a demand, through Catacazy, for the Interest on the Alaska purchase money, trotu tue 'jt oi to upmw- tion of payment by treaty to the ac tual date of payment. General egrete is in Herras pre paring to sweep down on the national capital, and has registered an oath to shoot Juarez, Romero and Mjia on sight. Two battaes have been fought in the neighborhood of San Luis. The result of the first was doubtful; in the second, the Government troofrs were badly beate:n. General E-wobedo now commands the national army, and General Agrine Is generalissimo of the revolutionists. The Mexican Congress, before adjourning, iuvestd Juarez with ample powers, thus mak ing him eventually hader. A Vera Cruz correspond-mco gives a suinm try of events in Mexico till the iH-ginning of February. The insur rection against Juarez is making rapid progress. The strength of the revolu tion is in the very heart of the Repub lic. The Liberals, Conserva i en and Imperialists are united, and make a con. mon cause against Juarez. The insurgents have complett possession ot the State of Nan Luis Potosi. The; unpopularity of Juarez has been aug Mated by his extravagant ouilay in entertaining Mr. Seward, and by the j suspicion that there were some real estate transactions Involved in their meeting. It is believed in Vera Cruz that Juarez will not be able to retain power longer than four months. TELEGRAPH if; MARKETS. NEW YORK. Nw Yoke. Fehrnnry. 14. Coton liivy ami tlecllnlng Saica 1U) tmlea; uplfnda tSUa. I'lour, $4 7i;.t S6. Wlilhlcv bfuvy; 97 Whfat artlre; No. 2 eprloc, fl SL I'om. iiiiTMi.e,..Wc. Rire dull at SfTe. CoiT.-e firm. Sogar ttttady ; Cuba, Vlc. Moiasea dull ; New t trleans. fis i7-ir.. Dry Good The market la fairly active, and prices of all trrados of cotton gtods are vry "Irmitj;. Hope 4 4 bleached advanced to 13c; oilier grades nnchanced. The t otton Ex change waa opened t.eday at the corner of Beaver and Pewrl streets. nDder tlie auspicH, oi tht.- Be.irl of Cotton Broken. The suspen sion of Thos. N. Dale it o , manufacturers fit tailor's Irimmins-s. etc.. Is announced. Hal- s'eatl :md Steele, whoso suspension has al ready been announced, are said to have of fered a compromise of 73 per cent., which la sniil to mtet lue general approval of ttieir creditors. M nney riotwithstnndlngtheaomewhat un-' ftivtirahle features of the Bank statement, the wc k opens with a very easy feeling in the Money Market. The rates were 4 yt percent, ou call; tli- : fl.a8 per cent.; sterling steady at Gold was weak hi the fore noon under a strong bear ' movement, but becrtiue stronger In the afternoon fiom a rt isort from Washington that the House had re fused, by a vote of 93 to 73, to table Ihe bill provi Jlng for the is ne of f50.0M,0ui) addition al legal teodera, Th price opened at hr; touched 19l4ai?;. cosing at l9-j tl9" The carrying mfs-swre 43Vti per cent .Clearances O.U o.O a, etovcrnmenta are uenv. and rath er lower untler the reduced Quotations for gold, and the return of bonds trora Kurope at the late comparative qaotattoua In this market and Kraukfort has been a good mar gin 'or the lmpttrtatlon of tio-i-is, and some cousiderauie ani .uuts bave been bought abroad ou New York account, state sccuri ii s strong, except new Tenneasees. which are lower. Old Teunesaees, 57; new, 50. st. tons. St. Lons. February 14 - Flour higher: su perrlne, S4 .4 'si. wheal. No. spijng sOc Corn, mlse-1. l 6'c. OaU, 51 53c Barley, i to. n. e. iwiiic, iiisav, sc. sugar, Il-l W-ic. Mulasiiea, ?a;ide. Pork, f 7 Sti Bulk ahoulders, U'.4c; sides, 1J-3 Lard, Ma. crxriWATT. CTMrisrXATt. February 14 Flonr family 5 2".t5 iil Wheat, fl 0S(1 Ml Corn. 7 .;.. Oats. 5t) .SJc. Tobacco aaiea 61 hbds at 7 i -Iil i-.itl.in duil; middlings, aelic. Wli-ky 9 c. Pork held at 127. Bulk sltou'ders. IWic: i.bs, it , (ii'.c rtaron ahoulders helil st i.1 jc; sid.-s, afce '4c; hams, lK,. !'(; Iard ir,:lt!c. Kgs, lT.j.isc. Sutjar-lliu.lj-4e. Mo i.1SeS,ti"i?M. VBWTTLIX. LoriSv-ri.r.1?. February II. Tobncco-ale3ii hhds lugs at .; leaf. $S &0;.ili. Cotton dull: middlings, MJju. Flour, S for family ex trtt. Oram nneiiaitged. Prime inolaaaas, 75. Provisions flrm. Pork, $27 IS. Bacon auoul 'era. I'J'-'c; sides. In -ill l;u'k meats shoul ders, lije; sides, IV41&SC l.artt. gtc. Ilatus ' jugaroured, ls.tlnc. Whisky. Wlc. 'CHTCA(K). Cpiraso. Fetruary M Flour f teedy and unchanged. Wfceat,-8yyi.s 1.; p-trn. :li: oar" Hsic: rye. tijc: barley.' f' VI! Htghwlnes, 90 Pork, 2B amSB u; lard. U'S: bulk shoniders, l.'c: rougUaldes. 1 $e; hams, H'.t. N SHVILLE. Nasbville, February It. Cotton quiet: 'ow lutiidllugs, Jl; goo.i ortlinary, aajj, block, Jus baies. NEW ORT.E VMS. NkwOklkams, February 14. Cotton active uud artn ac Jl1 ;245c .sales, 0760 blesi: re eelpta I"'.'; ;;irts to e.'roiistadi. I -;i tut 1 Fh ur'io'w trades, Brm; superfine 5. XX M K; XXX. SC. Coin Oi'n at SI 10: osta low . . ; , b. :i niftier, 51 ti: bf tower. Jobbing atS:S. BorK flnuer; K6 Wih con ea-ler; shoulders. 1;.: side, 17'., a IB; Urd qule'; tierce, MH'.sVvTal keg, Hi Sqjl: (loll gnd lower: Mlm.i. vi IZ. Mola'scs .:t 1 ; l.rliae. ;,a7'i. Whisky unlet at at:ci u . iotr- ni-ni: fair. lVi .4 !..: Prut. 17 , . w, .R Stirling, '.Ui New York sight, V, dls- c.iuut. FOREIGN. Losdov. February 14 JnaMtB for money tOitfiBSfi. 5 -.0. Mfi0C ; 10-40., s3 Fb.vnkfoiiT, February 14. L". is, Poads firm Pakis, Ti-biuary J-T1k Boa.-s ls 2na! HavKE, Feoruary 14. Cotton tt-m; not, 13RV,f ; lineal, BK Ui v ; -. . i i ' iuiry H.-eoUon quiet Uplands, nvd; "rl.ins, 1 d. sales, o.tus) bales Pr'-uiisiufT- flrm La:i.rornlA wutte wheat, Sslld .i'.u; rrd wwtern No -',7-5d7 6d, re! wl-.ler, ss.'s.t j Sssd. Western tl-'Ur, Haad. Usts, Ls.kl. Bkuney, 5a. Pee.s, 3"-. MARRIED. SABATZKY-WIIITE-In (irace t hurch.on Monday, i ebruary Ihh, l.y R. v. Jsrues e'ar-ailcba-1. Prol. H. abatziy aud Mjha I lu Wbitk, both of this city. DIED. OAKLKY In this city, on 14th February, at. .1 o'cioulc a.m., Jan., D., sou ot C P. and Hattic eiakiey. Funeral will take place at 10 o'clock this fTUFSDATj morning, 15th lUHl.,from the res idence of J. M. Pamplln, tttirner f-htlby and Georgia streets. Frieud'i 01 tiie family are respectfully Invited to attend. Indianapolis (Iud.) papers pleass copy. t-aTT ft the residence of her hnshand, Daniel Lake, on Jackson street, near the river, Port Pickertns, iu the 47th year of her age, Maky a DAti.iA Lake, The friends are respect folly invited to at tend her funeral, this Tt'lfKD vY) afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Hervieea by Rev. Dr. steadman NEW ADVSET1SEMENTS. SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW YORK. Capital, - One Million Dollars. ASSETS JANUARY 1. 1870: Cash on hand or I n coqw of t rans- aLsslon .$ 186.550 U Premiums tine or lu htm .Is 01 Agents - MBfttt Bills Krcrivublu fer lulmid and other Premiums Tfv'Sl 98 Cti'l Luaiis. exclusively on United istate Collaterals .. Ifi9,50U (10 Loans on Rntida and Mortg'iges f7S 2H 00 Uuite-1 Stales (stocks 710.8' 4: W state, t.'ounty and City llond li& 3" 60 KalvRgt-s. Interest Accrued, etc 83 077 (4 cither "Property, nitscel'oua Items... Ie7 061 a Total assets t2,0i7,s8 N LIABI1.1TIIS, HI 10,851 42. 10th DivtDKSD, Jabttabt 17, 1S70. K Dividend ol Pivk if) Per CtR and the Government Tax has been declared, payable on demand. The skccrity (Klreand Inlandl Inshbasice CusrASV. with the above record, otters Us Policies on usfsvorable terms ss t'inae of any other com psuv etiually reliable. Iisa;eticles exist in nil or the princlp '1 oitles, towns or viliateslu Use United states. A. K HASTIM is, President. W. B. BUCKHOUT, Vlco-Pres't. NathAn Habpeh. Secretary. W. H e fsiM.vuHAM, Superintendent Western dranch, Chlcaao. W A l.KKK KffTAPHIr V'K, Ueo'l Agents lnlud lepariuieui, Bnflalo, 8TATK OF TENNPSSEE. VFSSKE. ) r'ii orricE, uiia'7 i, i70. 1 iptrol.er t the CO.HPTH.ll.Lf..H Nashville. Ian I. O. W. PLAeKIXKN. Com Trriiaury, do hereby certify that tne Se-U' lty i nsursnce i ompany. locsu n ar rs,.w lurs. In tbe State ef New V rk. has protluced to me satisfactory vi.len' e that said Company has compiled with all tho requirements of the laws of the state of Teuuesaeo Imposed ou lustirance compinles; am! 1 farther certify tint K. v. V redenbumli. Agent of said Company, has also compiled with the re qulrements if tbe laws of the Mate, made anil provided In such cases. Wherefore, said Security Insurance Com pany h in auttorlty to take risks and transit tbe business ol insursnce In tbla Slt, at Memphis, Teuuessce. 6. W. ti Kl.: I 'omytroller of lenaoeeee. R. V. VREOENBURGH. A6ENT. fibl5 Mo. 22 alad'son Street, NOTICE. District Court of the United States, for to Iitslrlct of West Tennessee. In the matter of O. W. Trotter, Bankrupt. To the ets?dtiors of the above named Bank rdpt: Take notire. that a meeting of the cred ttors of the said Bankrupt will be held at the oflloe of T. J. Latham Esq . hetiiste-r In the city of Memphis, in said District, on the lath . . a.1 iu c clock a m. WM. McQKS, Asalauee. jaa NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. MASONIC NOTICE. A SPECIAL communication of Lflla This rrU sOAYi l.i'i Lien, at 7 o'clock, t r w All K. ('.'a art) tnltra By order of K. W s. tSTCBjr. Secretary. QiTiK. Feb uari rk lit lbr K. c. Uearee. iy lav-Hal. MITCHELL, W. M. feblS NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. Office rt.ii,iir iiaJW M. c. n. n. 1 N JO FRt'IUHT RECKJ VKIj THIS O.VY. mmm a. j. uiwe, Ageut. ATTENTION. SIR KN16HTS. V'Ot. arn hereby ortlertd to au-nil 1 si.et iti con -lave or t vinne i nm n.aniry No. 4 Knlirlm Templar. Tbta (Tl oiiiAY) Kveulng. February 15tb, at 7 0 clock for the pUi j.o-HO ut cuulurrlng tne 1 h di-M. Visiting Sir Knbihtacoarteoiuly tnvttad. By cumminl k.i i. MELl.i.HSH, E l,'. T. J. BABCHi.-a, Recorder. febli Billiard Tables Sale. J-VKFAUL.T having heen mnde In the enndt L !: tin: a Trust i'e. o ex-' uted w Joseph i.ongnnnttl, t me ,s trustee, its tsd loth June, A.D.. Us. recorded lu Better's offlee of s-he bj con-ity. Tennes-ee B iok 1 of Chrtttel Mort gages, puges ,9 to 63, on Friday, 25th Day of February, A.D., 1870, At the crystal Palace Saloow, Memphis, 1 will seil, to the hlirhest bl itier. ior cssh. the tol.owlnr property, named In said Trust Deed, under Jutho lty herein named, vix: 8lx new medium slxe Klil'ard Tables of maks- J. If. Krunswick it Bros . jJos 4150 (catotn),4U2,41'!, IUii,418H aud II I (belti tour, asx'ket tables), luge' her with their cues, balls counters, rests and covers, now at said s.iinoD. C. A. CHO.vi li, Trustee. Ft-bm-iry it, 1870. febi.-, NOTICE TO Sm'PPERS. Optic or Freioht Acyjtt. M. T. R. E. 1 Memphis, Tenn., February W, IS70. f aaa- Freights for Local .Stations only, on Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad, will be received THIS DAY, and until further notice. reh!5 .1. M. Pe MfLIN. Agent. HALL'S VEQITABLE SjCIUAN HAIR jRenewer. DISEASES OF THE SCALP Produce Our Hair a:-:. Baldsess! Thu ; use of HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER, Will restore it to Its natural color and pro mot. Its growth. Our Treatise on the Hair sent 'ree bv mail. it. r. m U, a tt Nashua, N. H.. Proprietors, Treadwe!! Brothers, 111 I I m eisil nnnAe WiiULtbMLt bnUUtnb No. 15 Union Street, I.EE BLiXrK, MEMPHIS, TKN.V. Have on nd and to arrive: 250 bbds. Lauiaiana Sujar, 500 packages a- ... , 500 bags Coffee, 500 barrcla Salt, 500 barrels Flour -all gradea, 250 barrels Whisky-all grades, numerous articles nM mentioned. Ani Jalii CARPETS! Carpets, Carpets BOUGHT AT THE LATE DECLINE AND WILL BE SOLD LOWER THAN EVER Offered in the South FOR CASH BY E. FEGAN No. 260 Second St. AXSO OIL CLOTHS, Straw Mattings, Shades, Etc febit DISSOLUTION. THE copartnership heretofore existing be tween J A. L. Jungle and Wm. J. Har mon, under the style of Juusle Harmon, ls this day dissolved by mutual cons nt. The business -a ill be couiini ed at the same place, No. t:tl Sevono street, by J. A. L. Jungle, who a-sumes nil llablltles, and will collect all the assets i.f thenim. J. A. L. JUNOLE. WM. J. HARMON. Febrnary 11, Ib70. febll G00DBAR & Gi III LAND, Exclusive Wholesale Dealers in BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND CAPS, ll MAIN STREET. WEBSTER BLOCK, Memphis, Tennessee. We are now receiving our fall stock, the largest we have ever offered lo the trade. Merchants will :' . iU to their Interest to examine before baying. angll JTJEl'W FIRM. 'PIIE underslzned having associated with I them Mr. S. L SELDEV the flrm will hereafter be MA0KVNST, K(H A ' A OU Tbe bnsluess of Ihe old rlnn will be settled at the office of Magevney, Roican A t'o. MAUKVNEY A KuUAN. M. MAOaVKKY. M. L. BKLDCS. J. W. BOOAN. MAGEVNEY, R06AN & CO., Cotton Paotorsi, WHOLESALE GROCERS AND PBALXB8 IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS, TOBACCO, CIGARS, ETC., 320 Front st , Memphis, Tennessee. fbl2 ' ARROW TIB- E. C. MCCOMB, GENERAL TRAVELING AGENT, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. Mevsra. BARTLETT & RAYNE, Oeneral Amenta, New Orleans. Me&ars. OHbILL BROS. & CO., th.. Loaal Agexta, Memphis. Ornck Memphis .2dSt. Locis Tbaji-obtatioh Company, No. Ma Fbon-i strew. Mix ems Itxs., Feb. 5, U70. An election for FIVE DIRECTORS, to serve the ensuing year, will be held at this office on MNBAT. the 7th ot MARCH, between the hours of 10 o'clock am. and 8 o'clock p.m. r stockholders may vote in person or by proxy. A. t CUMMUJ8, so4 aeerstary and TTeasnxer rn l Mall ORY GOODS. Bleached Muslins Menken Bros. Olftr a Complete Lina of LONSDALE, ANDROSCOGGIN, NEW YORK MILLS, WAMSUATTA, 10-4 PEPPERELL, HOPE 10-4 UTICA, 10 4 MCNADNOCK, Silks! Silks! Silks ! At 75 cents per yard. Black Gross Grain Silk At $1 62 1-2 per yard. HANDSOME LINE OF NEW SPRAGUE PRINTS Special Bargains Offered to Country Merchants. Menken Brothers Cor. Court and Main Sts., MEMPHIS, - - - MM TEXNESo'EE. DISPENSARY. DR. D. S. QHN10N MEDICAL DISPENSARY 210 Main Street, Up STAiBa, Between Adam3 Waahlngton, Memphis. Tennessee, IS NOW permanentlr established for the treatment of Patients, l olh Mvle and Fe male, who are antlcted with any form of VENEREAL OR SECRET DISEASES such aa Syr-hilts, Gonorrhoea, Oieet, Stric tures, and all I'rfnary Diseases; syphilitic or Mercurial Affections of the Throat, skin or B-ines. urclillU. Hernia or Kuplure; alo,tlie eltecta of a Solliary Hsblt, mlnous to the bdy and mind, prmiueing Blotchee on tiie , nice, ls-niuty an 1 1 'upoii ncy. t'lzziness, !lm j neae of Sight. 1 onrusion or Ideas, Kvll Kore fodlnit. Aversion to society. Lo-sof Memory, I Weakness, etc: not all of thee In an one j cne. but aii occurring trequeutly la Varloas j cases. Rheumatism and Rheumatic Pains l l'KED BY A NEW METHOD. ENTIRELY MY OWN. Particular Attention Paid to the DISEASES OF WOMEN, Such as Excessive, Suppressed or Painfni Menstruation, l.eucorrboea or Whites. Kall lna of Hie Womb, aud all Irreg-uluritie of the Monthly Periials cnuslnx S erillly c,r Barren ness, anil oft em lines i'ousumpt!on Persnus who have been under the treatment of other Physicians, and have not beej Beared, are invited lo call, aa 1 can cure au 0"ii Syphilitic uisea. It makes, w u tftisaes of now lonn stundim. Il-y wli! yield to my Celebrated Vegetable Remedies, To which THOCANDH can testify, who have been cured by ine m New Orleans. Memphis, Cairo, aiid various other pl cea. All commu ulcatious strictly confidential. No Pay Until Cured ! The Doctor can be ecu suited personally, or by letter, upon ail Diseases pertaining 'o Ins Specialty, and all other Diseases, not requir ing his uttentlon outside of his office. SWA seperate ottlce for l.adie. Offlce hours from t) o'clock a in., to K o'clock p.m. D. is. JeiHNSON, M. D. law RETAIL GROCERS. SPICER & SHARP E, 354 Main St., Magevney Block, 4 RE now receiving a larije and tresh stock . V 01 ramiiy 01 latntly suup!i. Our Ii it uds can flud all they want, at Ul li e l as low m, I Le Wwl. quality of ;" .- can be uad in the city : Haxrlaon, Claiksvllle and Southern Star Flour. 1 'avis' Sagar-cnred Hams. Tongues and Dried Heel. Italian Maccaroni. Choice Teas, Sugars and Coffee. Fine Syrups. Buckwheat. Choloe Loudon Layer Balslns. Figs, Prunes, Citron and Currants, English Hances. Pickles, Mnatard. Pure Cider Vinegar no mistake. Ulve as a call, and we think we can please In point 01 price and quality. laU HPICKR 8HARPK. MISCELLANEOUS. HUME JP. I (XMMISSIf)NER FOR THK District Court of the Unifd States e.T)MMISSIONER FOR THE Court of Claims at Washington, Oouimlatdntier of Deeda for tbe seven; Stales ami Te rritories, aud 'UBIiIC. aaa8perlal and prompt attention given to the taking of Depositions, or Commissions rroni oilier States. OFFICE : No. I COURT STREET, Near .le Front street. Farrln r.-n St Howell's Vw Rlr EARTH CLOSETS! rjsHK EARTH CLOSET Is a completely 800-o-sslul snbstltute for the Water Closet, and (from Its cheapness and efficiency) It must ENTIRELY SUPPLANT THE COM MON PRIVY. COMMODES, which may be need In any room and fixtures by which an Earth Closet may be set np In any convenient place in the house, are sold so cheaply thai, they are within the reach of all. They are abaoloteiy FREE FROM OFFENSIVE ODOR, And are, In all respects, Much Better than the Water Closet EARTH CLOSET CO., Hartford, Conn. MEMPHIS, 273 Main St eet. CHICAOO, 13 LaSalle street, fetad daw Nxw Ouiaa, 2 Caroadalst at, AMUSEMENTS. ,E""'-THATtTt apo. t on TUi perl OOi t j.'i '. - m wli he Pio-'O-ed In Matinee as sai ur:r" o-sjion ASSEfviBLY HALL! GRAND MILT0N1AN REVIVAL The original mi mmi$ lndon MUU-nlan PARADISE LOST, Opeoa a Second Mon THUSS0AY IH8HT, February I7:h. Graad Matineea Friday and Sifrtfay, 2flSt' wl,',, 'I'Udren will beadmit leu ioi i ceui.--: .- ii u.is a'a. r I01fT ' lim'ssloo SO cems. ehl.'dren re: . e. ..j-jii c-uts. I i,l rs.ipeu a." ; oiu uieue at ry. Kesei ved seuu can be obt.iin-.: it the hall dining ti.e day. . . , BROOM'S OPERA HOUSE ( Jetfenon Street, nsr Maiu.) ha. H. H. BisM.. ' 'nAetLZT Warn P-.of. Kkbk AL)U.. and Proprietor r oi u.-cnesiri- Open Every 1ST 1 - ki t. ZlUMMKXmO THURSHAT EVENS., Vy snt 2iu w. :n a Matnm'jth Cabiukiv Vic; Prl v.; r... $5. INSURANCE STATEMENTS. 3id SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT ' HOME INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK, Office, No. !35 Broadway, Rbowlng the Condition of Company Jan. 1, 70 AH8ET: Cnsh. balance in Bank f 23 mt 13 B'inil and mortKaiees, hein first iien on real estate I jaa n J Lin on atociu, payulil..- on de- .rniiid 'SN.sr-. 00 C s si.wk-; inaritet -slue? l.lHJUITe T3 st:i:i' sml munli-iptil stoek.i mud .-i market value' Rank .tocks mric-t va.u-,' l.nrsr iu ou 1st J.-.nnary, 1T0... Ha In nam in na.ids of atienis bills r ot-lvaMe ifnr prexuu 1 u in an r a. etc 52s. as ! ,4.i'i ie) r94s 3- 40.Tl.il ii IJIW 3 .; 2i7ia tel on "a p- Real estate ltfl & liovernmeiil staiupe on hand 44 11 Total :i.iiu. ii LIABILITIES: I'lalms for losses .m'standinij on 1st January. MM I11,T S3 Due suckho:d-r.i on accouut ol tu an 1 31st dlvl. lends M" g KAS J. MARTIN, freslskeui. A. F. WILLMaKTH. i.-e Pre, t 1 A. HEALD, I Vic. -Pres't. J. H. WASHBCRN, Secretary. UEO. M. LY'N. Assistant iserrefarr. T B. uittl.NE :.i AsNlaut secretary. STATE Or TENNESSEE. ") ' OMPTEOLLSH S oricsj. V .fL-Kviui laanarv 1, isTO I I. (J. W. Blac sucks. Comptroller of the Treasury, d hefebj,- crtifp that ibe Hmur Insurae' e ''ompany, located at New York in ttie -state 01 Nea York, has produced to me satisfactory evidence that said Company has compiled with all the requirements the laws of the State of Tennessee imposed on Insurance mm panles ; at d I furl uer cer tify that e. ABKiMOTuif Masos. Asent 01 ssl i o'lip.ny bus also compli--.! -jrini n. quiremeiita of the laws of the sitte, made ninl urovlded in such case&; Wbererore, said Heme Insurance Company has iiuthoii'.y ta take rtaks and Ii siissa I tbe rju-l:isi) of insurance lu thLs state at Mem pi. is Tenneeaee. O W BL -iCKBCRV. Comptroller of Tenuease. CARBINGTON KtSOst, Aent, fel3 No. 9 MsdisonSt.. Mcuipliia, I'enn. InoorporAted 1683, Niiioty-Faurilt Seaii-Ani-s! Statrme-.i Of the coneiitioa of Ihe North American Fire Ins. Co. OF TIIE CITY OF NEW YORK, January 1st, X O 7 JO. Cash Capita!, Surplus, S5O0.SO0 00 302,572 23 $302,372 2U ASSETS. Loans on Bond an I Morti pe. being first lien on Real karate, woirh over SO per cent, over ihe amonnt loaned..... fJSSPK 00 Stocks. Bo'iUi. and otiier tfsjssxrtttesj owned by the e.'ompsny, market vslne -131,0 oo Real Est!. 33.J.H i i ash lu Bank and omce l" a Loan, on deinand. with colHteiai li.Tfjn U Premium, due and otiistaudlme - 33,la ii t.'sih lu Agents' hands In course of li-an.mis.lun 34,110 :i IkU-rest due and a-crueit on securi- tles 1.175 4 Other Assets of Company ."0U ' Totnl Assets . S8uid72 a Losses I": Iall. not due rtt',.i ' K W. BI.KEt K-'H. PresldeuU W BLACK sTtjNE. V. President. F. H. CARTi- R, Secretary. J. lilllsWOLD, Oeneral Agent. Approveil by ti. W. BLACKBURN, Comptroller. H. T. TOMLiNSON at CO , Ageata, ff'ifS No. 17 M:uHMon sfrwt. TRANSPORTATION. QUICK TIME EAST I ! Louisville Route Aiwavs Ahea? SUMMER SCHEDULE Comriiancinfi May 2, 1869. DOUBLE DAILY THROUGH TRAINS will it's aa rux.Lowi on rua Memphis and Louisviiie Railroad Line. Leave Memphis (city time; 4 -DUa.nl. 1M& p.m. Morning train rroin Memphis doea not roc on Sunday. Leave Meuiphie, city time, 4-UGa.m. 3:4up.m. Arrtve at NansliViile ii :46 p.m. - -i..u Hleepina Curs on KvenlnR Train from Mem phis to Louisville and Memhia ta Nasbviiie. Through Tickets at Reduced Rate mm t procured ml tbeCmjFofflc 1-2 the I mil Meiup.)& City TraU-" r f 2 Jul2 nriiwliidJ Douitu EjL.ind North. prtnciiMu SAM. B. JONES, Supt. IYIADAME ROSS, THE GREAT EUROPEAN ASTR0L06IST, H A ARRrVKD I! THI rrTY. and can be consumed tor A sH- -ET Ii t- Jltf her eonsuVta'lon roo s t WHIThH' Br HuCsE. iaoooJ':liell'"a"1 equal herlT ner professio- . in t. llinatiiepast. ..resent and ruture; in causing speedy mar riages In Insjleal tne sepsrated tasMMK, and Sewtea the itseness of ahse.il rrlends. hus band or wtie. Bue la the WONDER OF THE AGE. She can tell your very thoughts the moment you enter her studio. A tr'ai solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed, or NO PAY. Cmsultai Loa Fee -Ladles t!j ejen's ?! 411. Reniemoar. MTHlTEMvEli HuCBE. No. a Adams street, Mt mpuis. lehS NOTICE rl hereby (riven that I will rent, to tbe high est bidder, tor cash, payable mon'hly. ue Mound i lty Ferry iTiviiege, '.he Land, Build ings, etc., on Thursday, th 24th Dy of February, 1870, For six months from the 8th day of January, IfCn. J- U. PlKHRT, Receiver In C tannery In the oaaa of J. BL at al, vs. loeea m. ivuis AUJTiON I Va,,,,,,, Rjyer AT- CHANCERY SALF. We csUI special at'e t oi to ii ,i. Joined sale ut Hlver Laads. aMarim a tta In restuient to persons w aniag lo mmfmc la sell! a wyi to steamb-,r- ar ia .. ,, ru, laud ls densely Umbered, and ml, n cfenrei will pay Interest ou Vm p.-r cr m rem Oi callivui ii. THE SALE IS PEREMPTORY. And is worthy the attention fhnw, ,o are looklos; Sor specal .tlons in Uud. Hoy iter. Trtit iM & Cu.. Aact.oaetrv Chantry Sale on Friday. February 25, 1870. ' Xo. (JM-OaaMsI Oinrt of Memphis -Harriet J Royster, Adtn z. va. a. a Ki.r-i - r et als. Sfh 2. I lliesi.e, leaal on U- n itnd II lu !! 14 en. citure; th. .i ns . thence north a- w.- Uuks to tbe Delnning. c-i I'mas oir sai l-Ouc-ii. on a credit of six ana lw with security t.-k n. ano 1 payment 01 tne parcha.- Logwood. Mlcoa A r . . OOUiplUAUtS. l.s.C Ki d M. aci.iciio: . tor CHANCERY SALE Carolina Eradshaw, AUm'x.1 Chancery rn". T7 I i -... 11 Heirs sna cr.d tois of Hu(th f lena s. '. asslatj .w, deutsd. J Isasak 1 i-. 11 V virtue of a decree of tbe e eu.i ii t fa i) cause. -ioi.er LLh, lss,i will -el. lo b e MOflDAY. MARCH 7th. !870. Within lexal honrs, at tho amettaaa ttuysier. Tt exevaiit si to., uurtbea i . "ln ana Jedeisuu ,a , vi. min is. cue tr.. of .sn I set h,. r ue. is of nuau Ui ausha w, uee us d kj O' ihe i.ii.stry c urt at nii. use of A. braubaii et al. v. a. b v i al., oon tam lna luiRTtt.N .x- staa i.r t.ss, in tne so.itn-eastern soburb.- u pbis, nar state Femaie -li.efce. o-. aecwrdida; lo a p au watsfc will be .XS at he time una p. see of sale. Terms OI sale .A ..aali U.ebai .3 r t vi ve auu eUhtevn m.n. eietli-. . Use of net of bl ra il - X. pa - e . p M I. e pruved secorities, ind 11 ism.ulul ihe puionnMi tebJL. Vl ILl-IAAl.. '. Ci. he rr, Norm Ala., isle of Ark. I. 11. askd Jlss R s. aasvtati, .Vii-l as, 1 -an, GARRETT & MU R?HYt AUCTIOIffEEJlS .An- COMMISSION KERCH .NTS, 371 Mai St., Memphis Tenn. ii E PECT f"V LL Y solicit Consirnm t'.'ery desOilpttoa o tioouls. ..' . - . r rar Kb I A intlon rt ven ut sales .i It . r. LiOOavho.a Fu.n.iuie a! ori- . i-.- -s..lst: s v -ekl . sies of Furniture. Etc . at .stora Libe.al Advances aiMie on tous gn.uia. SEFSSXSIC1S.' R C. Brinkley. Mei i-ol. I'm. C hradiej MaJ John ! Ada ItL die, a la. M. ik L. K steam : :i st orupauy. N. L. OreenSeld a Co , Saah-rUIe. Tenn. t e ai m . stueids a e o.. Barnes, Spitz A Cov. 4. 1. Dol.u A Co.. " - ja3 ftolice ta Merchants and Oihsrs t"E. tnenndersineil, De.ilrs In 3en nI it Pr duee, f om this d.te. cous - e -al-- C'.vSci, or payabe when ou. i- i.s .i-q ieseute-11 is.,. MstaV 0 u. C MJto!i 4 o . U K J"ixsa & Co . i. L syi i-iVA-. A v. ii.il lit o st, It. P. Waii S Co., ti . . t ..:;. ST1CXI.2T, CLS.SK ' o , Bccsxajiaa. Uoaiu.s st Co., U si. PLCMaaa. fchTI CASH FOR WHEAT. fHK highest marka I bushe's Wheat, ue days, by Too, MM rice paid for WW red Wiiiiln tblriy le aieun.cers, JS Kf oil s r et. IMPROVED Florence Sewing Machines. V RrNC!pvL POINTS iseir-Au;us'in lens 1 t e moat delicate or t I wt'hout change. Kent t mtv'timer? id ilu worlu, and id . p In itm roodou mm those ot a. icoi" on s&zne principle fcvery mictiiu corupiet', nod larnislid with -j Tticti Mnrker. pateDt Mli-corler. pi biudr and !(? Cilrher. oUntr'.flQ i err, tc., wlthoai MM cn g -. ' mm a il work. HaHM- -N M'-Riw General AteofM.33S Mam fern? r.e:w -u MniM- ni " rtrch EDWARDS' MEMPHIS CITY DIRECTORY TOR 1870, sT FOE SALE BT YOUNG BROS., 300KSELLER3 AND STATlOHEKS, a2 -MH MA IV STRfsTH I-O IB6 wvjiw.i-.ij ti..iSB.-sea.-ra"w prepared to turnlsh all cl isee with run. .tant employmeni at home, the wnole M taa ti. ne or for tne spare momenta. bu.n,M new.lhtnt and prostata. Personsofei; Lei eaall dud trom Us- to 16 per eveulng. slid a pniportlona! sum by Qev.it ing tbelr winue ' true to the business. Boys and alris m a nearly as much aa men. That all who sea mis notice may send their j 'r and rest the business, we make this uup--raiieie-i of fer : To such aa are not w. il sati.lted, w wsSJ -end si to p y for the tronila of writiua. Full particulars, a v iaable sample, wn cr will do to commence wora on. ni a c p -r l usPaopLB's urraaAar insrioi-one of the larsest aud neat family new-papers pnr ii-b I. a i sent free by niaiL Kea.ier. n . a want permaeent. prodt.bie wora, st iress l e'. ALLKi ,Q.. auansta. Main- is n NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY. ro the credltori of Price A Yeatman. Bank rupt. In tbe District Court oi the United at es For the District of West Tennessee. In the mat. tar of Prloe A Taatman W. &. Yeatman and A. W. Price. To the creoitora of the above-named 3ank- rupte: . TaKK notice that a general meeting of tbe 1 creditors ol said bankrupts will be hkl at tii ofnceofT.J Latham, tan Register ia ibe city of Memphis, In said biatrial, ut. ih Lo h day of February. A.U-. 10, at Iu oMoeat a.m.,for the purpose of dedaxlna a first aud deal dividend. . I also give yon notice that I have nie ray fi uai ac-:ounts as asslanae oi the estate o I'nee v Yi aiman, bankrupts, in said our:, and ih-t ou ihe iath day at tehruary next I aliaii ap ply to said oourt for the settiemen; of aiy said i. counts, and for a dlaebaurf from ail itablk. lty is sasignea of sold estate. In oconisnca with the provisions of the M section of th act ot eongraaa entitled "An ass to establish uniform system of bankruptcy Uirnngnoui the United states," approved March X 17. u -V OLi RIDeis: Assignee of th ialH E-tate of Price . Yeatman. Banltrupr Administrator's Notice. rp 'HE County Conrt of Shelby hv1rf 1 granted m letter testameniary on fsitat- ot lohn L. Morgan tieeea e.i. I b notl.y all persons who hold lalms thu said estate oreemy'mei Fswraacr M. an. R st Z-utlnif tne imuru