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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL. ESTABLISHED 1840. MEMPHIS, TElSTlSr., THURSDAY. ,IUNE 5, 1873. VOL. 33.-NO. 157 1A ABKiKUS. A . J The buiirenie court of Arkansas ve- terclay tlevlnred, four of the five judges concurring, that it had no jurisdiction ot the qn Hon involving Governor Baxter's right to hit office. McClure, the chief-jusMae, held differently. But the question to now UnaUj disposed of, and the people of Arkansas have every rcASou eongratulme Uiemselve- Uiat they are now assured of public peace, and of a wise and just administration of tin.- laws. GENERAL NEWS. Vx - Commissioner Fan Bnren Blasts the Outrageous Press of this Country Wal worth, the New Vork Patricide. FIRES. At El Paso, Philadelphia, Boston. Boch ester, ProTMeaee aad CASipo L Uo Island. Immense Destrnctlos of Property The Woods in the Vicinity of Perry, Me., Bsralar Cp. B tported Dangerous Illness of the Russian Csar The Arkansas "Juo Warranto" Scheme Effectually Demol ished. i Important Grain Statistics St. Louis Tobacco Fair Beacon Park Races Home and Foreign News. AT EL PASO, ILLINOIS, - ; Loris, June 4. Fires at Elpaso, Illinois, yesterday, destroyed twenty thousand dollars worth of projierty. ner lire at Princeville, Peoria county, Illinois, destroyed a block of ii'us. Liss ant reported. Two men Hrrested for starting the fire. AT PHILADELPHIA. !hilatelphia, June 4. The woolen mills of John Brawn Sons, on Eighth t-t. In-low Tasker, was burned early this morning, aud totally destroyed. The mill had a irout ot three hundred feet, run one hundred and seventy-two looms, and gave employment to three hundred bands. Loss estimated at two hundred thousand dollars, with insurance for oue hundred and forty-live thousaud five hundred dollars, of which oue hundred and twenty-five iliou-aud is in .Nc ork and foreign cuL-ijianiee. AT BOSTON. Boston, June 4. The mayor recom mends that the fire department he in creased, and additional safeguards against fire be provided. The represen tatives of the leading insurance compa nies have voted to cancel policies where the holders make exorbitant claims for damages for the removal of goods, or present claims where the removal was not necessary by reas in of tire in the huildiug, or adjacent. Mi BUM BELLO ISLAND. BafcMoN, Me.. Juue 4. Extensive Bum :tre r:iging in the woods at Campo liello sod in the vicinity of Perry and Pembroke. A reward is offered for the detection of their authors. AT HO HESTER, NEW YORK. Kochkstek, June 4. E. T. Stewart 9 u's boot and shoe factory, at the . iriier of Water and Andrew streets. was burned this morning. The fall of one of the walls carried aw ay a portion of the bridge over the (ienessee river. Lioss, sixty thousand dollars; insurance. thirty thousand. AT PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND. I'koviditnck. June 4. A large fire is raging in River Point, thirteen miles from i'Tovidence. Au extensive factory and other buildings have been burned, and the destruction of the entire place is v.! Steam Are engines have gone forth from this place. M PORTANT MEETTNt; OF BOSTON UN DERWRITERS. Boston, June 4. At a meeting of underwriters held at the Revere house this eeuiug, seventy comjianies were represented. Chief Engineer Donuell was jnosent, by Invitation, to explain ecBcmuenta ia the way of sucomnfyHy fighting liiuS. Thechief made a speech, .-taJini: fully the embarrassments under Mcb the" department labors. The nifetiug aiijoutned'uatil Thursday eve ning. The greatest iuterest prevails among the underwriters, and a desire is manifested to thoroughly investigate tht .i.ui-.-in, i.t :' ti.i- tire department. TELEGRAMS. The Emenr William of Prussia is imported slightly ill. Indictments against Tweed in New York continue to multiply. The old Catholics, of Cologne, have u-d Professor Runkens bishop. The President has postponed his de parture for Long Branch until Friday. The annual meeting of the New Eng land press association was held in Bos ion yesterday. IVj per lautations iu the north of Ku n. atra are goin to ruin in tvniequeuce of Lhe Alehiuese war. g even members of the Massachusetts iae..'ial society were expelled yesterday for practicing homeopathy. A tMspatth from Shanghai sayB no lives were lost by the wreck of the BtaaMRoVtP Drummoud Castle. The re mains of Miss Leo Mudsou, the Hctre w.'io died at St. Louis Monday, left thert? hast night for Baltimore. Oue of tiie Dutch men-of-war cruising ot.r the noith coast of Sumatra recently tirt-d uilotl.'ree British merchantmen. ro. finance' lommittee of the Cincin nati city c-ouik'U yesurday fixed the city rate of taxation iweiveauu luui-imu; ,i ilia. The aW . tlicers ci" the New York Cen hhI Mini Hudson 1 i ver railroad were unanimously r.-ele-ted at Albany, New Vork, yesterday. lhc I mieu 1 lesbvrhtna, in session id i'hiladelphra the past Zew days, yo terday adjourned to the la.st Wednesday in May next, at Monmouth, Illinois. Rav. Dr. Pad.iock has sent A letter to iiie standing couauiittee of tlie diocese of Mas.a.'huselts, accepting the office of ,, to which he had oeen elected. s. K. Fletcher, superiuteudent of the . eta nsive saw-mill of Bohre t Hay no:, it Illinois, was caught in the belt ing of the mill yesterday, and almost .uvuntly killeti. A telegram from Bayonne says that , he aJariist." appeared before Iron yester r.v fe't'd legau an attack on that place. V t la-1 accounts they had taken forty carbineers prisoners. The Chicago timber market was very dull yesterday. Pi ices are depressed, , it oiiouttions are nominally unchanged troiu' veterday, though most of the ,-ales are kept private. The Massachusetts Medical society, at ueetiug in Boston ysaterday, voted i expel lt"' homeopathic physicians whose trial has een recently chroni- t. there being only oue dissenting vte. he propeller City of Chester was ouruetl at her dock, at Hamilton, OnU rio, Tuesday, together with her cargo of ..-veil hundred barrels of flour. The vessel was valued at thirty-two thou sand doilaia. Dispatches from the Spanish frontier report that a battle was iu progress yes-'..-rtiay between tht; Carlisle, under Ior- itav. and a force of fifteen hundred republican troops. The raw lilt is as yet nukuown. Home telegram yesterday says that heads of religious orders have signed a d.jcumeut protesting against the bill for uppressionof religious oorporati(ns, o.dappealiug to the pope, the law of nations, and to God. A private dispatch received at Wash- no. ton yeatirdVy from Montgomery, AUtH-na. says that Governor Bevub "u. hasappoiuieu.. - ell. Den- '"1!. i-reine cou signed. Oue hundred uu twenty butter and t rt-se dealers in ' York, yesterday, o.-auizetl into an association, niid .to establish anexchange claimed that their nteresUt cover aunua.' transactions ol over fifty million dollars. A Port Hope, Canada, dispatch, says that while the Uaiii cjuiaim-Ug Lent's ircusand menagerie was couih'g south on Ihe Midland railway, yesterday, i"ne cir- nl ton uauiso )f lielltville. was iustaiu'.V id it is supposed another, named u, of Hamilton, is fatally ln 1 he annuals were uninjured. Bmcub Park Harm. Boston, June 4. The Beacon park races were well attended to-day. The first race, for horses that never beat 2:38, was won by Billy Platter; best time, 2 : 31 The second" race, for horses that j never beat 2: was won bv Joker: best time. 2:-28J. , Sjndden mmA Daatreroas Mine, or the fur ul Knwlm. London, Jnne 4. A special from Vi i enna announces that the czar reached Schonlieunn palace, on his way to that city, when he became suddenly and 1 dangerously sick, and that the empress of Austria is constantly at his bedside. The dispatch, however, needs confirmation. Pennsylvania RVenaweralic Srate Con vention. Philadelphia, June 4. The Demo cratic State committee met this eve ning, and agreed upon August -7th as the time and Wilkes barre as the place for holding the State convention. Hon. Samuel Randall presided. The chair man was directed to properly express, in his address to the people of" the State, aseuse of indignation at the course pur sued by tie administration in the Lou isiana troubles. , Walworth, the Patrleide. will Plead lns"li . New York, Juue 4. The defense of young Walworth, who shot his father yesterday, will ix- insanity. The inquest will be held Friday next. The mother of the lad visited him at the Tombs to day, in company with Judge Barbour, a c msiu of the deceased. While the scene was affecting, it was not marked by any display of extraordinary emotion. Charles O'Coner, the distinguished ad vocate, it is understood, will be retained for the defense, and has had an inter view with the prisoner. Uoternor Baxter's Caae Derided. Little Rock, June 4. The attorney- geuera! concluded the argument in the ijuo warranto case against the governor before the supreme court this morning. This evening the court met, and f ur .utof the five judges decided that the court had no jurisdiction, the chief-justice, McClure, dissenting. The decision of the court was received with the greatest satisfaction, and there is general rejoicing to-night. This is re garded as the end of all trouble, and hereafter Governor Baxter will be re garded as the governor, without any show of opposition. St. l.o in- Tobaer Fair. St. Lot is. June 3. The St. Louis to bacco fair opened to-day with entrees from all parts of Missouri, Illinois. In diana. Kentucky, and nearly all of the southern States. There are near five hundred hogsheads entered, and several hundred visitors from abroad are present. At the opening to-day an address was delivered by W. M. Samuel, vice-president of the association, after which there Wa a banquet. The best aDd largest crop was awarded to A. G. Keu nedy, of Chanton county, Missouri, whoe crop aggregated over fifty-sir thousand pounds. Premiums to the amount of over ten thousand dollars have been awarded. Coiuinlwaloner Van Bnren and Ihr HonRhty Pmo ol Inr t'onntry. New York, Juue 4. General Van Buren has written another letter, iu w hich he says a more indefeusive out rage than this whole treatment of him self and his associate commissioners by the press of this country he cannot con ceive of. The contracts for covering the court -yard aud for au addition to the machinery hall, at Vienna, said by the correspondent to have been giveu out upon agreement that five )er cent, was to be paid to the conimissiouers having chance of the job, were awarded by Mr. McErath, who sits iu judgement upon former associates aud says that all the charges made are baseless fabrications, aud that neither minister nor man shall wrest from him with impunity the spotless reputation of his life. Arellng or tbr Civil Nrrtlre Advisory in these States, leaves an available sur plus still to come forward between the first of June and in the coming of the next harvest, of 1G,7J,000 bushels in wheat aud fiour. Important Deeiatana or the Conrt of I alms at Washington Washington, June 4. The court of claims to-day rendered a decision of general interest and very great import ance in the case of Win. A. Hay i raft c. the I'ntted States, which is precisely identical in principle and conditions of fact with the well-known Elvira J. Kelly case, likewise pending. The Hay craft suit was brought July 30, 17:2, for the proceeds of certain cotton seized and sold by agents of the United States gov ernment. The captured and aban don 1 property act limited the time within which suits could be brought lor the proceeds of such seizures to August 20, 1868, being two years from the date of the termination of the rebel lion, as fixed by the presidential proc lamation of May 'X, 1866. The supreme court has decided that the amnesty proc lamation of December 25, 1S68, relieved all persons in the southern States from obligation to prove their loyalty in the court of claims, aud Haycraft, in filing his claim of 1872, contended that in e n sequence of said amnesty proclama tion ana the decision of the supreme court, disloyal cotton claimants like himself had a right to commence their suits at any time within six years after date of the proclamation of December 25, 18t8, under the general statute of limitations, applicable to suits brought in this court prior to the issuance of said amnesty proclama tion, and that his cause of action ac crued at that date, although his proper ty was taken in 1863. The attorney general filed a plea to the jurisdiction on the ground that all suits for cotton were required to be brought within two years' limitation of captured and abandoned property. The counsel for claimant de murred, and the court to-day overruled the demurrer, and sustained the plea of jurisdiction. The counsel for claimant then appealed to the supreme court. This decision, if sustained by the supreme c art, will be a bar,and exclude theclaim against the government lor the proceeds of cotton to the amount of about fifteen million dollars. An inanortant decision was also rendered in the case of Walter D, Spratt, of Mississippi, to the effect that the claimants who purchased oot ton from the agents of the Confederate government, knowing at the time that the proceeds were to be used in the pros ecution of the war against tbe federal government, acquired no title to their purchases, and therefore have uo rigbt of action against the I'nited States for the subsequent capture and sale of such cotton. This decision governs and excludes claims to tbe amount of about three millions of dollars. An ap iieal was taken to the supreme court. The court of claims made an order referring what are known as the Vicks burg cotton cases, involving the pro ceeds of some nine thousand, bales to Eteu Evelith, of Washington city, as special commissioner, to disentangle the complicated questions of ownership, etc., and report at the next term, and then adjourned until the third Mouday of next October. Prisoner of War. POOR W01FN. L'aasnal Xnniber of Assaults en Women -1 few York Brute Kicks his Wife to Death, Captain the Fore, of St. Louis, Attempts Life of his Wi'e with a Hatchet Partieelars. ,..it-iustice of the SU IT of that State, wee reca, re seven cars ran off the track. . us w as damaged to toe extent Uiou-aud dollars. Oue man, Washington, Juue 4 The advisory board of civil service mot the Presideut and cabinet to-day by invitation, and submitted their report, maturely consid ered, proposing a modification of some of the present rules, and adding several new ones. These improvements are de signed to make the civil service more efficient, being based on a strict adher ence to its principles, and will aid in remedying such defects as experience has show n to exist, tine of the modifi cations will serve to facilitate the filling of vacancies by the prompt examination of applicants, it is understood that the board has given careful consideration to the subject of securing an equable dis tribution of the offices as regards local ity. The views of the cabinet, so far as expressed, are in accord with those of tbe board. The modified rules will not be promulgated by the President until alter the next cabinet meeting. The rrsr-Paas Hytrin Abolished on WMrril stall roads. Chicago, June 8. At a meeting to day of western railroad managers to consider the question of abolishing the system of free-paaaes over the Tines, held in the office of President Newell, of the Illinois Central railroad, Mr. Newell presided, and the following roads were represented: Illinois t'en iral, Chicago and Alton, Chicago Hur liugton andtjutncy,Chicagoand North western. Milwaukee and St. Paul, Chi cago Bock Island and St Louis, Van dalia and Terra Haute, Ohio and Mississippi, (.iimore Clinton and Springfield, Chicago and Danville, and incennes, audChlcago and Cairo. The resolutiou to be acted upon was one submitted at the meetiug the second week, declaring all outstanding passes void after the thirtieth of the present mouth, aud abrogating their renewal, or any further issue. Besolution number twenty was modified as uot to apply to employes over hues with which they are connected; also, exempting from the operation of ihe resolution those per sons having previously acknowledged the rights to free passes thus amended. The resolutiou was adopted. Important Ural a Ntatlsilos. MiLWAi KRK, June 3. The commis sioner of the department of agriculture, Hen. Watts, has t m ulshed the chamber of commerce here a very interesting tabular statement, which was bulletined on change to-day and attracted much at ten trim, showing the uumber of bushels of wheat raised in each State of the Union in each of the past two years. The total estimated produc tion of wheat in the I'nited States in 187 was 246,907,0110 bushels; increase 12,276,000, compared with the crop of 1871. The largest production of auv single State was California, 25,600,- 000; Illinois, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Iowa respectively ranked next to Cali fornia, ranging from 22,000,000 to 24, 700,000 The total production in the northwestern State, named in 1872, was y2,29h,0"0, an Increase of 26,230,000 over the crop of 1871, In the same States. Secretary i.'augdon. of the chamber of c-ommerce, is authority for the statement that 43,336,000 bushels of wheat, includ ing flour,bad been recelved.at Milwaukee aud Chicago, and other points, up to May 31st last from the crop of 1872, In (saw greet wheat producing States of the north west, Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa and Minueeou, which, together with the esumated amounts (y, td andseed Oar Distinguished Washington, June 4. It is said by the highest military authorities that the Modocs could not surrender as prisoners of war in the sense known to nations where war is declared in accordance with constituted forms. Not having been so received they are not entitled to consideration as prisoners of war. The orders issued to the commanding gene ral directly after the assassination of General Can by and Rev. Dr. Thomas, were not to exterminate tbe Modocs, but it was said their conduct had been such that their extermination would be justi fiable, thus leaving tbe matter to the discretion of General Davis. Therefore, if he had ordered the killing of the In dians he would not have been censured by superior author fry. As to their final disposition no one questions that they i will ultimately be delivered to the gov ernment of ' regon for trial San rRANC'isco, June 4. The follow ing dispatch was sent to-day from Sa lem, Oregon: To the secretary of War, WasUingMu: As to the Modoc outlaws in custody of the I'nited States military authorities, 1 most respectfully request that those now staudiug indicted in the circuit court of J ackson county, Oregon, for the crime of murder, w iio are not amenable to military execution, they aehvered to the civil authorities for punishment. They nave legal defense iased either upon amnesty or upon denial of guilt. Let the defense be pleaded before the proper tribunal. :s,jnedl L. P. GKOVJEK. Uovernor of Oregon. San Francisco, June 4. The follow ing dispatch has been received: Boyle's Camp. Tulle Lake PeQiuular, June:. The captives aud captors remained at Applegate's ranch. Before night Cap tain Jack and Scbonchin were ironet.' together ai.d placed with other warriors in a small building adjoining Apple gate's house under guard. Neither Jack nor Scbonchin spoke a word, and not a muscle of Jack's face moved. Scar faced Charley protested against the indignity in behalf of his fellow captives, and said none of them intended escape, even if an opportunity offered. He obtained little satisfaction, and retired in disgust. All efforts to christianize the Warm Springs have been eminently successful, for the most of them are members of the Methodist church. All the military force of the expedition will be united at this point. The cord to General Canby's hat was fouud in Jack'ssatchel. Colonel Green's capture was made in Oregon; Colonel Perry's iu California. Fairchild Ranchk, June 3, 7 p. m. To-day we paid a visit to Old Sleepy, on one of the small islands in Little Klamath lake. Tbe old Indiau told me he bad five Modocs on the island, and would surrender them to John Fair child as soon as Fairchild returned from Clear lake. We saw one of the Indians, Let bee Back. He was badly wounded, and will probably die. Fairchild has just returned. To-morrow we will go for tbe last of the Modocs. W laeel laneous . Macdonnell, the bank of England swindler, sailed for Euiope yesterday iu charge of London detectives. John Brown was run over and killed by a locomotive on the Shortliue rail road near Columbus, Ohio, Tuesday night. Fires have been raging in the wo jds in Annapolis county, Nova Scotia, for the last few days, and a number of buildiugs destroyed. The steamship Drummon Castle, of Lendon, went ashore on Cheeeay Island, off the east coast of China, and became a total loss. Thirty persons were drowned. Henry Morgan perforated the corpus of James Murphy with a U.lltt from his little pistol, at a tKieruiug-nouse in Cleveland, Ohio, yesterday, from the effects of which Murphy lies in a very critical condition. The pistol artist es caped. Robert L. Dudley, charged with re ceiving and disposiug of checks, drafts, etc., stolen from mails, was held in ten thousand dollars bouds, iu Boston yes terday, to await a requisition for trial before the western Pennsylvania district court, within which jurisdiction it is al leged the crimes were committed. The eighteenth annual convention of the German Catholic benevolent asso ciation of the United States, which fin ished its labors yesterday at Detroit, Michigan, received the following from his holiness the pope, dated at Rome: "The iKpe returns thanks for your con Fiend Attempts the Rape and Xnrder of a Woman in Chicago A Bur glar Sentence''. A -MURDEROUS BURGLAR KECEIVKS A THIRTY-VEAK sentehcs, and asks FOR MORE. New York, June 4. McAlplne, alu's McCormick, who was caught in Mr. Dinges's house, Clinton avenue, Brook lyn, a week ago, and who was captured through tbe efforts of Mr. Dinges's uaugnter, alter nnugtwo snots at her, was to-day sentenced to twenty years for burglary and ten additional years for assault with intent to kill. After sen tence was pronounced, the prisoner told the judge there was unother indictment over him, but Judge Moore responded that thirty years' sentence would an swer for tbe present. A nRUNKKN BRUTE KICKS HIS WIFE TO DEATH. New York, June 4. Thomas Mitch ell, while drunk, beat and kicked his wife to death, at Grcenpoint, late last night. The murderer was arrested. FIENDISH OUTRAGE AND ATTEMPTED MURDER OF A WOMAN. Chicago, June 4. A horrible outrage and probable murder was committed in Lincoln park about nine o'clock last night. Mrs. Caroline Gunger, a respect able German womat , was walking to her borne in the north pe.rt of the city, shortly after eight in the evening, from a visit to her mother, when a gentlemanly-appearing man came along iu a buggy, and asking hei destination, said be was going near her house, and would take her along. Instead of this, the scoundrel drove her to Lincoln park, aud when he had reached a lonely spot at tempted to outrage ner ierson, and on her resisti ug and attempting to free her self cut her savagely with a dirk, in flicting twelve wounds, the injuries from which it is doubtful if .ihe recovers. Her cries, however, brought a policeman to her rescue, and the would-be murderer was arrested, and was r.o-day put in jail. He gave his name as E. S. Griffith. FORK, THE "EMOTIONAL INSANITY" MURDERER, ASSAULTS HIS WIFE WITH A HATCHET. St. Louis, June 4. Joseph H. Fore, who shot aud killed Munsou Beach, bis brother-in-law. in August,187l, and was some montns subsequently tried ami ac quitted on the ground of emotional in sanity, made a murderous assault on his wife about one o'clock this evening, striking her three savage blows on the head with a hatchet, indicting danger ous wouuds. It appears that Fore re turned here on Monday last from Natchez, where he said '.lis grandmother retused any longer to sirptxirt nun. and since his arrival has made threats against uis ire. otuce tueir last separa tion Mrs. Fore has been employed iu a store on Fourth street, and to-day, in company with Miss Agnes Donnelly, was walking up Washington avenue, on her way to her father's residence, No. 1421 Christy avenue, when Fore joined her and entered into a conversation about his future prospects. He also urged her to live with him again, which she refused to do until he would stop drinking and settle dowu to some quiet and steady mode of life. He then dropped behind the ladies, but followed them until after crossing Tenth street. He again overtook them and asked his wife to shake hands with him as a final farewell. She extended her hand, when he Aizetl it, aud drawing her toward bim, pulled a hatchet from underneath his coat and dealt her three heavy blows on the head, and she fell senseless to the pavement. Her companion screamed for help, aud lore dropped the hatchet aud ran. Several men imniediateiv pursued the murderer, and at the corner of Ninth street and Washington avenue he was caugut and taken ,u custody bv policemen. Mrs. Fore was carried into a friend's house near by, and surgieai examination revealed three severe cuts on her head, one of which would doubt less have proved instantly fatal but for the thick mass of hair which she wore on the top of her bead. She is now in a very critical condition, but may possibly recover. Later. Mrs. Fore who was assault ed by her husband to-day, is not so much injured as was feared, and there is every probability of her recovery. Her wouuds are of the scalp only, the skull being unharmed. Further inves tigation 'of the affair reveals the fact. that Fore visited the stole in which his wife was engaged early yesterday morn ing, and endeavored to exact a promise i. .. ,; ... ..1-.. i i it 3. , uum uci iusi sue wouio live witn mm again, and ou her refusal to do so. he sei.ed hold of her and attempted to draw a hatchet from his pocket to sinae ner wuyi, out nis d--sigu was frus trated by thoee present, and he is now confined in jail, playiug the insanity dodge, and is attempting to make the officers and inmates of the prisou be lieve he is Captain Jack, the Modoc chief. The affair has created much ex citement iu the city, and sympathy which was expressed for him on his trial a year ago has given place to indigna tion, and his speedy trial and punish ment is demanded by all. DETECTIVES CHARGED WITH BLACK MAILING THE WIFE OF AN ALLEGED MAIL-ROBBER. Boston, June 4. Warrants are said to be out for the arrest of four detectives Bangs, of New York; Carson, of Phil adelphia; Loomis, of Pittsburg, and Fliwell, of Boston who are charged with arrestiug Mrs. Dudley, the wife of ine alleged maii-robber, at her resi dence In Manhattan, without legal au thority, and also compelling her to assign over to them bonds and cash to a considerable amount. Ten thousand dollars damages are claimed against tbe detectives. TWO FEMALE VICTIMIZBRS ARRESTED. ST. Louis, June 4. William Simpsou and John A. Gilespy, who ran away from Ellettsville, Indiana, lasl Wednes day with two young girls named Carrie Sedgewick and Ella Carter, and six horses aud a wagon and Iniggy and some other property, were captured in East St. Louis. Simpson is a married man. RIVER INTELLIGENCE. Boats Leaving To-Day. Si. Louis Crrv or Ch kstkk. .in Vlrksburg .CiTY or Vk ksbck, o j,.m New Orleans..... Nick Lono w orth ."i p.m New Orleans. City or ttri.tcr 7 p.ni John B. Maude.... . fichmoml Klttie HeKler.. J. 1. Rankin . .. Julia Cilil Alllli Frank Forrest John Kyle John B. Maude. jler.. New Orleans .New Orleans ...Arkansa river Arkansas rtvei Vlrksbury Friars Point Fnlton ...st. I.OU4S St. Louis White rlve.- .Louiville . Cincinnati ..St. Louis Julia. Falls Pilot Louisville la Port. Mary Boyd. Legal Tender, J ax. K. Rankin. Frank Forrest. The an uual election of the stisjkholdeis of the Chicago, Bock Island and Pacific rail read for five directors, whose terms have just expired, was held yeslerday in Chicago, aud resulted in tbe re-election of the old directors, as follows: JohnF. Tracey, Chicago; David Dows, -New York; Hugh Piddle, Chicago; William L. Scott, Erie, Pennsylvania; B. F. Allen, Des Moiues, Iowa. One hundred and forty-six tbousad three hundred ami forty -one shares were rep resented. At a subsequent meeting of the directors, the following officers were re-elected: Johu F. Tracey. president; Hugh Kiddle, vice president; K. H. Ijowb, secretary and trea-urer. s A dispatch from Houston, Texas, says a band of armed desperadoes surround ed the jail at Waco, last night, and after securing the keepers of the prisou and lM?king them up, liberated all the pris oners, a dozeu in number. Several of them were notorious characters. The same dispatch says the late frequent and neavy rains nave completely ncoued lUe gratulations, and sends his benediction i country, entailing great damage on the to all delegates there assembled. The following statement shows theop- erations of the Ch.cago.Kock Island and I iV desiroVine Pacific railroad for.the past year : Keceipts j .Vhivcd I c mm ...o. . ' i L.V.uf aio - I u rivers ana c. auu liciguw, l., ill ai; from interest, $ii7,819 41; total, $o,o57,060 67. Expenditures : Operating expenses, $a,ii3, 344 l ; taxes and legal expenses, $264,438 68; total, $3,517, 783 4V. Net earnings, $.1,139,267 18. About two hundred and fifty repre sentatives and guests of the National Brewers' congress have arrived in Chi oago, to attend the thirteenth United States Brewers congress business meet ings. The congress oommencetf in the rT. 'y's p'nusj- uiuroiM, auu ; ujOUte, has growing corn and cotton crops. Many parts of the State have been visited by me severest nan siorm ever Known, en- the growluit crops. reeks are veirv hiirh. and the prospects of continued rain are very promising. A telegram from Havana yiisterdav says that the republican prisoners at j Kemedioe have been liberated. Official i telegrams have been received annoanc ! nig tbe killing of thirty-two iuiurgeuts in the Guarimoro mountains. ar,d seven ! iu the Loaaro mountains. Colonel Fe ! lix Aquirre, who was attached to the ..... ..4 .1... I.,,,. Pnk-n I A west side rink yesterday mornlnir. and . v. eea. llm m. : ,, -:i.. tt officers ef the congress are Henry Clau- ; tiwar,i ManaUss with a heavy Hak. uon i if aw ore r traeiirf ant Vt L." . I . ... 1 "-" V- il column euuieyer, 01 .iw i ura, secretary; rreo Schaefer, of New York, treasurer. The republicans aredailv sfaln bug accessions to their ranks, t.nd the party begins to assume strength. Tbe WeatNer and Rivera. Ice-water and lemonades were tbe principal tonic indulged in by the ma rine yesterday, and sun-shades, nalm- leaf fans and cotton Umbrellas decorated the august personages who unfortuuate iy aie compelled to work for the iuterest of the commerce of tbe great father of waters. Some declared the weather warm, while others expressed them selves more forcibly, aud well they might, as the mercury at eight o'clock in the morning stand at ninety degrees in the shade, and later in the day went up about two pepa farther, the shades of night reducing B 'Kit a fraction. The river came to stand early in the morning, ana at . uignt bad declined an inch, tbe level then being J feet 11 inches aliove low-water mark Tbe changes at other points along the different streams were reported by sig nal telegrams as follows: Brunswick, Missouri, rise 7 feet 5 inches: Daven port, rise 4 inches; Herman, rise 8 inches: Jefferson City, rise 2 feet 8 inches: Leavenworth, rise 2 inches; Shreveport, rise S inches; St. Louis, rise 2 inches; Cairo, fall 2 feet; Cincinnati, 1 foot; Evansville, 20 inches: Lexing ton, Missouri, 2 feet 2 iuches; Louisville, 2 inches; Nashville, 10; Paducah, 19; Pittsburg, 3. The Arkansas was rising slowly at last accounts, and White river is falling. Quite a considerable rise is coming out of the lower Missouri tribu taries, but with that exception there are no cbanges ot great importance. Movements or Bonis. Considerable business was done at the landing yesterday. The Johu B.Maude went up at daylight for St. Louis, dis charging here 100 tons, SO of wnich was for reshipment on the Batesville, that at leaving as soon as she got it ou board. The John Kyle got out her 1270 liars of railroad iron in good time, and after getting about twenty cabin passen gers left before noon. The Julia left for St. Louis at 10 Am., adding 70u sacks of corn for that market. Tbe Richmond came up early, and laid here until late last night to discharge 1990 bars of rail road iron and 100 packages vegetables. She had 100 cabin passengers and lo0 tons freight, principally vegeta bles for the Ohio. The Kittie Hegler, from the Arkansas, onjtier way to Cincinnat, added here 203 bales of cotton, making her about 400 bales in all. The Falls Pilot, with a tow of coal, arrived night before last, and was to have returned last night with an empty tow. The Rankin, from Pine Bluff", ar rived just before dark with 2000 sacks cotton-seed and eight baits of cotton. The City of Chester was expected down at midnight, and will doubtless be at the elevator early this morning. Boats to Leave. The City of Chester, Captaiu Zeigler, leaves at five o'clock this evening for Cairo and St. Louis direct. The L"uitedSt&tes mail and passenger packet City of Vicksburg departs at sharp six o'clock this afternoou for Vicksburg and all the coast landings. Captain Robert Biley commands, aud Garrett Hulls is clerk. The Nick Lougworth, Lew Kates in command, will be down ir leave at five o'clock this afternoon for Vicksburg and -New Orleans. Captain Judd West, with his elegant steamer City of Quincy, will be here to leave for New Orleans" at seven o'clock this evening. By Teleicraub. St. Louis, June 4. River is rising. Weather clear and warm. Arrived: Capital City, Vicksburg. Departed: H. C. Yeager, New Orleans; Grand Tower, Memphis. Cairo, June 4. The river has fallen 18 inches. Weather cloudy; mercury 84 Arrived: Belle Memphis, Mem phis, 3 Am.; Great Republic, New Or leans, 11 a.m.; City of Quiucy, St. Louis, 5 p.m.; Pat Rogers, Cincinnati, 6 p.m.; City of Vicksburg, St. Louis, 6 p.m. Leparted: City of Chester, Memphis, 11 p.m.; Belle Memphis, St. Louis, 4 a.m. ; Great Republic, St. Louis,! p.m.; City of Quincy, New Orleans, 5 p.m.; Pat Rogers, Memphis, 7 p.m. Cincinnati, June 4. River rising, slowly, with 11 feet 6 inches water in the channel. Weather cloudy and hot and threatening rain. No arrivals or de partures except local packets and tow boats. Pittsburg. June 4. The Monouga hela has 2 feet 11 inches, and is falling steadily. No arrivals or departures. Weather clear and very warm. Louisville, June 4. The river is falling, wih 6 feet 6 inches in the canal and 4 feet 2 inches iu the chute. Weather cloudy and hot. Business dull. A sprinkle of rain this evening. Arrived: Arlington, Memphis. De parted: Arlington, Cincinnati. The new Cairo ferryboat, Three States, made a satisfactory trial trip to-day, ami will leave for Cairo to-morrow. Evansville, June 4. Weather cloudy and hot, with a slight rain. Mer cury 70 to 80. The river has fallen 2 feet. Fort list: Up Greyhound, 9 a.m. Down : Mary Ament, noon. New Orleans, June 4. Weather clear and warm. Arrived: Mary Hous ton, Louisville. Departed: B. E. Lee, Louisville: C. B. Church, Cincinnati; Commonwealth, St. Louis. The Mai y E. Forsytbe, which left here Friday with u cargo of government ordinance lor Pensacola, encountered a storm and was swamped Sunday night off Chandeleur island. The boat is a total loss, but is reported fully Insured in western offices. o lives were lost. The officers and crew were rescued by a fishing smack, and landed at Biloxi. 'I hey arrived here this evening by rail. .nashvillk, June 4 Kiver is falling, with 5 feet scant on tbe shoals. No arri vals or departures except local packets. Vicksbtjro, June 4. Weather cloudy and warm. River falling. Down: Exporter, James Howard. T'n: Belle of Shreveport. Mews Urirt. The Kyle had 400 tons pig iron and 100 tons miscellaneous freight for St. Louis. Her cabin register contained oue hundred aud nineteen names when she left here The John B. Maude has gone to 8t. Louis, where she lays up for the present and will doubtless go through a course of paint when she gets there. Her Ohio freight and people will be reshipped at Cairo The Fails Pilot arrived yesterday from the Ohio with 100,000 bushels of coal, and went back for another tow. No coal famine here next winter The Richmond put out 3SV tons of iron yesterday, for which her freight bill was nearly fourteen hundred dollars, the rate )eing three dollars and a half per long tou of 2240 pounds. One of the items of freight sue put ouc was n tierces ot garlic. The Bodmatiu and Louisville were billed to leave Cincinnati last night for the south In the report of the United States District court doings will be found an item of interest to river meu A resolution was passed In the council yesterday to the effect that the wharf boats must be moved from the city front. Another resolution passed in structing the owuers of the huge salt aud iron piles on the levee to remove the same forthwith or subject them selves to the const quenees, which we hope will be a heavy fine. The steam boatmen have enough to contend with now, and in this case do we say to the city fathers: "Well done, thou good and faithful servants." The Long worth had 800 tons of freight when she left Louisville aud adds con siderable cotton here The following is from Tuesday's St. Louis Time: " B. Walker Taylor, of Ziou, Kentucky, has recently written a startling expose of tbe doings of some of the board of su pervising inspectors of steamboats. This expose fills nearly four columns of solid matter in the New York Sun. A few years ago this impecunious adventurer married, iu Smithland, Kentucky, and a reliable correspondent of ours, well p. fled in this gentleman's history, will furnish a sketch of his mivtiral ca reer." ...Captain Sam Houston, for merly supervising inspector, has now. we learn, a fine saloon over at Little Rock There are four boats being built for the Cumberland river, two by Cap taiu Lovell, one by Captaiu Davis and oue by Captain Ryman Dr. Gib. F. Tomson, a retired boatman, who Uvea in the middle of the Ohio river, oppo site the mouth of Smithland, is a can didate for the Kentucky legislature The Harry county skiff known as the Ella Hughes has busted that is, her owners have made au immense fortune with her in the Cumberland, and have laid her up in her little lava-bed for a tweuty-f'sit rise in steamboat stock. During the dull season they will amuse themselves and at the same time turn an honest penny by peddling photo graphs of their celebrated boat to the hoosiers of Indiana and suckers of Illi nois. Parties who desire the pictures seut by mail can obtain them by ad dressing a note to Captain Ben F. Egau, manager Ella Hughes scheme, Nasfl viile, being careful at the same time to enclose four pieces of fractional currency i genuine! of twenty-five cents value each Captain Gus. Hodge, who went up the river yesterday, has been steam boating for thirty-five years, and has never yet had au accident that caused a protest to be entered, nor has he ever cost the underwriters oue cent for lose or injury to boat or cargo Our Nash ville correspondent has it, that the Helia Ughes, a dinkey craft that has been ply ing iu Rollingpiu's duck creek a year or more, is comiug here, or rather that the hull of her is coming here that, of course, includes the owners and crew. Look out for fun now. She can run in two streams at the same time, and is of such light draft that a heavy fog enables her to run all over the plantations. Our own local boats will lay up when she appears A private dispatch from the mate of the Mary E. Forsyth, to his wife in Cincin nati, states that the river steamer Mary E. Forsyth, bound from New Orleans to Pensacola, sunk Tuesday in fifty feet of water in Bayou Baloxi, gulf of Mexico. No lives lost. She was loaded with government stores taken on at Mound City. Her owner was Captain William Hambletoa and valued at eighteen thousand dollars; she was partly in sured here. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. HEBREW PICNIC AT JAMES PARK. TFESDA V, lO DET GOODS. ADMISSION . FIFTY CE-N'T. soun EXPRESS ADDITIONAL MARKETS. SAVANNAH, June 4. Cotton firm; middling, 181c; net receipts, 437 bales: exports to Great Britian, bales; coasewi.se, 302 bales; sales, 144 bales; stock, 17,762 bales. MOBILE, June 4. Cotton firm ; middling 17 jc; net receipts, 159 bales; exports Great Britain, 034 bales; coast wise, 210 bales; continent, 1400 bales; sales, 400 bales; stock, 20,420 bales. GALVESTON, June 4. Cotton is steady; good ordinary, 14r?T4j; netre ceipts, 304 bales; exjiorts Great Brit ain, 974 bales; sales, 500 bales; stock, 34,49 hales. CHARLESTON, June 4. Cotton quiet; middling, 18c; net receipts, 242 bales; gross, 374 bales; exports Great Britain, 2736' bales; continent, 2255 bales; coastwise, 629 bales; sales, 200 bales; stock, 11,765 bales. DIED. SMITH Wednesday -vening, Jane Ith, at five e'elaek. Hobebt A. sniTH.soD of B. F. and H.J. .smith. funeral services at the residence, Her naudo road, at four o'clock Ibis iTHPRS TJAY) afternoon. Services by Kev. 8. B. sur-ratt. HMIttl MI'I'K'H. HOOHK The iriend" and acquaintances ol Heorge Moore and family aud M. J. Waldron, iire respectfully invited to attend the lusterai of Ukokok Moose, front Wesley Chapel, this iTHOBSD VYl afternoon at half past three o'clock, services by Itcv. Dr. Slater. WELiS--The friends and acquaintances of L. W. Well and Mrs. K. J. Phillips, are re spectfully invited to attend the funeral of Mrs. M ar-. Lke Wells, wife of L. W. Wells, from Grace Chnrch. Hernando street, this I THURSUA I ) afternoon it fonr o'clock. Ser vices by Kev. Drt. Wheat and Carmlchal. SMITH- Th friends and acquaintances ot Mr. and Mrs. Owen Smith, deceased, are in vited to attend the fatberal of their eldest daughter, Aonks, from her nncla's residence, on ("lay street, near DeSoio at nine o'clock this .THURSDAY) morning. KOHN The friends and acquaintances ol Mr. and Mr. W. Kuhn are respccuulty invited to attend the funeral of their daughter, Jclia, from their residence. No. CSt Hernando street, this (THl'HSDAY) afternoon at two o'clock. I rriai;-s at John Walsh's. No. M I Second St. HUDSON -The fnneral of Judee E. Hi d son will take place from the family resiianee. corner of Tate and Orleans streets, at live o'clock this (THURSDAY afternoon. Ser vices by Itev. Lr. Whit, friends and ac quaintances of the family are invited to attend. NEW ADTEKTISEMENTS. EGHOL ACADEMY. COMPANY. SHE OF UNCLAIMED PACKAGES PACK.UKS marked as follows wlli -h: sold for f barge. WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1873 at the Auction House of BOOTS A MARTIN corner Main and Jefferson streets, i: not ei!el for before that day. HI OH A. HAMILTON. Agent. ATKINSO i. I. Aaaea, B.-atUe A I o.. Allison L. K.. Alexander 1., Absor J., Ander son Miss K, Armadillo Str.. Aiuton W. J. HttUKIEs r. . Brooks H W.. Beardsley R. V., Boigjs W. M , Be Kiev Miss u.. Bovden S. S., Baker J., Bums M. Co.. Bochron M Brtniiley R. H., Brewster A. J Blaekwell j. A. , Butcher L., Burns O. W., Bell M. K., hush C. f., Bnnn W. J.. Bloodgood C. B., Beach V. T, Bedell A. W., Roland M., Bailey W. (,'., B-sne R.S.,Bend H. T.. Bebee A., Bar us li. v Butler H. f.. Baker T. II.. Baxters., Babooes: B. F., Brooks H. W . tut UH bs k . Csenran .1 r Tntd (it P. L.. Coleman J. A. (si, Coverdale K. T . Clyde J. M.. Cubbins 4 Gunn, Carnes W. W., Cartwrtgbt D.. Caria T. w.. i lenients W Cbartin K.. Clark L.. Creialilon w.. Copeiand M. K., Cleary F.. Cole W. P . Carper J. K, Cot tar D-, Cross s. 1'., ciemniens Mr., cay M. DKPUsM n. C , Davidson J. K. t i o., Davis W. R. A Co., Delta. Davis, Roper a '., Dunn W. M., Davis A Walker. Doyle J. WZ Dwver P.. Drane J. M.. Dann J. M.. Davis Mrs. j. .. : .. L. A. sBst , Everett B. C. Evans . .n-.. BUott J . A.. Eddins C. KKKI.Ha W. Friel J. H.. fnel D.. f lannery T. 21, Friedman A Co., French Wm. nil, ritspatrick B., Fox Jas,, Fernng Dr. W. A Falcon. WUWatB W. If .. uoodyear W.. Oill W. P., Glascock J., UiLUam A. C, George Dr. a.. tfardner G. D Gray str. R. C. (Zi. Gadding T Gilsou S . Gwynn J. P.. Gould C C, Graves B. T.. Grainger Mrs. M., ..utbrie MGarviu s. V.. Gardner D. A., Grande W. R.. GibonG. E Gould T.. Gardner F. HOD. 1 MM . Harr.son R. 8.. Hunt H. C. Hanc.,. k C. J.. Hall W.. Hopkins B. M . HoT ton B. F.. HundThos. M.. Highlander P. W., Howell a. s., Harris F. s.. Harris C. A Co, Helnine M.. Horner W, Haberling J. L.. Hill K. M., Hendersuu a Co . Huiches H. R 2 H im ilton. H. A a . Harvey T. fi.. Haunuti Mack, Henderson Jno.. Harris Jas., HollKter L-, Hill J. F.. Holland J. A, Holdea Mrs. S. A. .Xria. J. c. Johnson C. W.. Jones T.. Jenkins Alice, Jones W. B . Jones Mareu- KLl'MKMAM W.,Kayne W.. Knox M.Kiu setla A Co.. Kimbro J. M.. King J. E.. Kirk W. A. L.. Kensington M. L.. Keilar W. IsSUt HKo.. Lisbtney Mrs., Livingston F., Livingston J. H., L.iich Mrs.. LesterL. E., Louis H. A , Lout: K .t Loeb W in., Lewis G. W Lester A Jackson. L. e B. H.. Ledwick A Chad wick. Lack r. Hl HBkl K W. B. Mdiermou T. B., Mot ley A. (), Morris F. ;.. Montgomery M. J.. Jsciiure J. a.. Morse F.M.. Mi U rmott. W.G.. Martin A LangstatT. Morgan Mrs. A . MeKin ney A W . Memphis Chamber of Commerce. Marks G. N.. Mahon V.. Morgan W. H. . Marbft R. C. J. McDonald M, Moore i '. i .. Mccracken R. V .. Markliam E. K., McClus ky C, Miller F McGee J. II.. Minor Rev. A. HvaXsi II ROM... Norns N. C. Pl LL.lt. ni r .'.. Passenger, i'oilani. . I. W.. Porter, H..v i o.. Parker R. M. C. Peters A naicn. ruiman .. runa D fickerell W., I'erry A Co., Probst J. i ;.. Perry Professor H.. 1'ate W. B. ' BKHno.XODK. Reed G. . Rush ing J. Hk, Robinson T. J.. Robinson C. li., lU-tnoch M, Ruffin Mrs. E. H. Ross W. J., Ripley Railroad Company X't I lit KV KM KIs- COMPANY, Southern Oil w orks, Spauldiug B.f , silver held s..oott G. f .. snyder s. P..Swann T.. Mta try S., smith M. J.. Sigiey H.. .-sears lireeley. stubbs J.. Bummers J. M. W . Seabrook M. H.. Stewart J.8. 1 '., Sewart J..SI -urns C. A. A Co.. Strickland H. L. M.. smith Mrs. c. Stroud C, Scott W. I... Seamen Minnie. Sneicht. L. A., Sullivan J, stauberiv H., sulHvan B. J.. sledge i ".. Smith ,t Co. I Hun t's D. ., Thoma- Mrs. E.. Tork R. J.. Thacker H. A..Talsr A. J.. Thompson S. C, lruehart G. W. . . Tlinrman P. M)I.K l A. M. W INDER V. C.(2 , WilliamsColoiiel B. P., Waddell R. H, Walsh W. F .. Wimlierlv J. D. A W. A.. Wolfeusteln A., Whitfield i.. Worli v J. A. ilSi. Wyatt J. F.. W hite Colonel A, J'., Wright B While W. F, Weavver A. G, Watson A. M.. Williams Miss M., Worley J. A. 1), Williams J., Wilkerson W. N.. Walker. C. R-. Webster G.T.. West, W.. wTheaiesa James if), Wallace J. R.. Waxt Ibaum A Bro.. Walters J. H. A Son. Wade H.. Waggoner W.T., Wal ler W. T. v v i - s A. jei GREAT BARGAINS XIsT HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS! B. Lowenstein & Brothers WE WILL OFFER TO-MORROW, MONDAY, JI NK 3d Sven ae Richardson's & SpoiieiT SHIRTING AND FAMILY LINEN! PILLOW-CASE LINERS AND LINEN SHEETINGS, At Lower Prices uu taese i,ood have ever before been off-red is Towels at $1 00 per dozen Worth $1 25 Towels at Jl 50 per dozen worth St ilk Towels at m -r dozen worth Si ft A lot of FI5E DAMASK TOWELS at 7- apiece worth $1 25, "Uirhtrj iotM. BROWN LINEN TABLE DAMASK it 4-"Vc worth 60c. Be rhad Linen Table Damask at Sfc worth worth m Bleached Unw Sal Bleached Linen Tao -amaak at SI wortn 11 '. WORTH $1 75 NICE 11-4 MARSEILLES QUILTS AT SI 25 - An Immense Line of White and Colored M ARtl i.LKH l i LTSat athseriBee. NAPKINS, D0YLIES7tABLEAND PIANO COVERS AT A GREAT REDUCTTOJI. o B. LOWENSTEIN & BROS. 842 and 244 Main Btreet. ( or. Jaffwt,n. CARRIAGES CARRIAGE HARDWARE. OFFICE OF THE INVENTORS' AID ASSOCIATION, Mt.Mi'His. Ten.v., June & 173. W There will be a meeting of the Stock holders of the In enters" Aid Association, t their offlce. No. 12 West Court street, from 10 a-m. to 1 p.m., on Tkirsls;, Jnne 12. Is7:t. for the purpose of electing Five Directors, to sarve for the ensning year. jeS J. S. LANPHI3R. Secretary. OAILiY IaIX E OF E LENA NT SIDE-WHEEL STEAMERS or SAINT PAUL & LAKE SUPERIOR. Fare, 819 to Saint Pnnl. Excursion Tickets sold for the Round Trip o li Oil 1 sa x oc i! co ! oo - H S - a nSSS ss U I B M 5 Z IS! i &-t - CO z. P-c CO s NOS. 37 and 39 MONROE STREET DEALERS IV IRON AND STEEL, CARRIAGE HARDWARE, BLACKSMITH'S TOOZiS. Wheels, Spoken, Hubs and Felloes, Carriage Triniminss, I'aints. Oils and TaxniNbes. Full and I'oinplele Stork always on nansl whieh Ihey will sell on BEST TLB1! to nV found In the innrhn. HARDWARE ASH CUTLERY. 1842 THE OLDEST HARDWARE HOUSE IN MEM: HIS 1873 EXHIBITION AND CONCERT in TAKE PLAi'K AT THE Greenlaw Opera House OJS FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 6, 1873. TRI WEEKLY LINE FOB Texas and Red River. THROCtJH TICKETS sold to (shreveport jenersou anu l.alveton, and ail points on n?i anu ' ai.u n rtiver.. Through Bills Lading given to all points. Apply to K. W. LTXiHTBUKNE. Agent. Agent Ht. Louis and Sew Orleans Packet Co " Merchants southern Packet Co. " Keokuk Northern Line Packet Co. Jel -m Front -.treet. A. J. WHITE. A. D. LANGSTAFF. FIii.X. M. WHJIS. ADMITT VXt'E... FIFTY CENTS. PRINCIPAL : XISS K J. BRYAN. Handworker's Fnll Orchestra Present. will e Morning l It), 54, , 78, I So. vr.i. kj, 75, .a, 47, 25. Evening- (Tans Ho. KM. II. SI, 71, 17, 4, 18, 15, E, 23, 31, 43, Memphis, this 1th day of June, 1873. WOIiPP MIDWIFE, HAS permanently located at No. 24tt Third street, between Conrt and Jefferson, where she Is ready to receive and answer calls promptly. N. B -The strictest confluence observed. RUMFOKD YEAST POWDERS! NOT ONLY THE BEST BUT THE Cheapest Yeast Powders Made. DR. JOO GORDON FT AS returned to the city, and can be found s at nis omee. Vincent Block, cor. Coart and Second at. t'onstltntionnl Tendenrlea. The way in which different indivi luaN are sffected by the same causes of disense. depend upon con stitution and temperament. Some persons, lor instance, are prone to fevers, some to bil ious attacks, and others to nervous affections. In oases where a peculiar .nsceptibility to any variety of disease exists, the toning, regu lating and pacifying operation of Tarrant's Effervescent Seltzer Aperient will be found the surest safeguard against an aiTuck. Individuals of a bilious and eonsti pated habit, or subject to dyspepsia, or whose nerves are easilv excited, should frequently resort to this refreshing saline corrective, es pecially In warm weather, it la no lesspoient as a preventl ve than as a remedy, sold by all druggists. Je4 d.tw WHITE, LANGSTAFF & CO. i SUCCESSORS TO A. J. WHITE & CO.i IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS HI HARDWARE. CUTLER! For sale by all Grocers. Fine Italian and Portugese Or anges. riiHrJsE Oransj.-s. the FINF.ST and CHEAP 1 EST OF THIS SEASON, arrived yester day. Call at ' Front street, up-stairs. Room No. or 10. Jel DISSOLUTION. IHE firm of ESTF.S. Fl.KR A PIN80N was wiif I dissolved on the ami ult , by the deat li of K. A. Plnson. The business will be continued by the surviving partners, under the firm name of KsTEs. FIZEK A t o. Thankful for past favors, they solicit a con tinuanceof the same, Memphis, June .(, 1078. Jel 0 rrics or soi therm life insi- sisix toartir, MXMi'Hts. Tkss., June 2, IsTS. Vflii' Annual Meeting of tbe stockhold ers of this Company will be held at the office Of the Company, Tuesday , Joly 1st, pros., at 4 o'clock p.m. At this meeting Fifteen Di rectors for the ensning year will be elected. Je3 BEN. MAY, Secretary. NOTICE. MEMPJII INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION, NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. PROPOSALS are invited for the proposed addition to the Exposition Knildiuu. The plans and specifications can be seen at tbe office of the Architect, James B. Cook. . Madison street. All proposals U be sealed and delivered on or before 12 o'clock m.. Monday, the 9th day or Jnne, 1873. The right is reserved of rejecting any or all bids. By ord.-r o the Building Committee. JAMES HEATH, Chairman. PHIL. J. MALLON. Jet J. W. COCHRAN. orriiT or CAROLINA LIFE INSURANCE CO. No. IS Madison Street. MKnriits, Tk.n n Jane I. w The Annual meeting of the Stockholders of the Carolina Life Insurance Company will be held at tbe office of the Company, No. IS Madison st., Memphis, Tenn.. on Hsaoaj, Jane S3, 173, at noon, for the purpoae of electing Fifteen Directors for the ensuing year. WM. M. BROWNS, secretary. MANUFACTURERS AGENTS FOR AMES' STEAM ENGINES Deerlng 's Horse Eacinesi. sawmills and shinyle Macbincs. Branch, Crook.en A Co.'s Circular Saws, Henry Dlsaton A Sons' Circular Saws, EAGLE COTTON GINS, NEEDLE COTTON GINS CARVER'S COTTON C.EXS. ISAAC STRAUB'S GRIST MIX.LS, Planters' Cotton Presses, Kirbys Reapers and Mowers, Uu tortfs Black Hawk Cultivator. Sew York Plow Co.'s Plows' Etc., ; Bain's Wagons, Gas Pipe, HAIL'S FIRE & BURGLAR PROOF SAFES, VAULT RfffTS FAIRBANKS' SCALES, Rubber Beltinir. Packing and ! . LaaUn A Rand Powder Comyany, 234 Front Street MEMPHIS, . TT3rJPtf3S3SS3E3E: ORGUL BROTHERS tfc CO., IJf POATEKS AND DIALERS I AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND MA SIO and SIX FRONT STJKEJET, AGENTS POR Oeeruf'g Horse Engine, (.allett's M, Brsnforw's Urist Mills, Bnekeye Reanert Mi Mowers, I uiversaJ Fan JUtts Evaporators, Steam Enguiea, Saw Mills and Machinery t.eac rally, Marvin's Hre-Prsof Snfes. CHINERY, Memphis J. T. HULLO WELL, late of Mias. Q. D. CROCKKTT, Memphis. B. F. UALLER, JtempL:, NEW FIRM! NEW GOODS! THK uutlersined huva aasoclaud wilhtlieui Mr.UKOHUB K. RCUIbILL, In ibelaeeDs ware aud China hualoess, nnoer the Urm tuuun and style of WM. A K. JaCM A CO. Tbe busiuesswlll be tomluned st the old staud. .-Jl . Malu street. W. A S. JACK. HI A nlv iDUSIIOSI'S PATEKT sairrae taws. Overaxi mlUlons have been used i within the Dast ten vears. without (complaint ot lists by tag becoming detached. All Express Companies ose them. Sold nr Printers and station er Everywhere. Pia HOLLOWELL, CROCKETT & WHOLESALE NOTIONS AND WHITE IIUIR. fiOODS, No. 898 M in Street, Mempluis, Tenn.