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i JJLJli ESTABLISHED 1840. MEMPHIS, FEIDAY, A.TJG-TJST 8, 1873. 'Si . YOL. SS.-NO. 216 in. KEXXBTIT. KATNER'S LETTER, rtn.. -wi.ti. ociorrlnTr nub- 1UU JVlbCl .J t-. . . j i from Mr. Kenneth Bayner in -'srJ to the new State movement was, o t, read by all our reader?. Dig. -Gci and courteous, and yet not want - j In spirit or spice, it was entitled to i-:t respectful consideration, as much a t'-.a writer's as on aoeount of the zzzzzs bo defended and advocated so well. r c --selves we have weighed it very ircrI"y, and must confess that we find i no reasons that can induce cz.z.r.ge of mind in regard to what we s-cdvertisedasa "failure" and "dead V Mr. Kayner's objections to the zzzzzcl the press, while from his stand- ..zt, as president of the badly-projected a Jcrtaking, they may be fairly takem I I nzt hold good with those who un crsiand how difficult a thing it is for :urrali9ts to ascertain pubiic opinion, I cfien how disagreeable a thing it is srlre expression to it disagreeable, .zi-zs it is sure to oflfend some wkile it ;ay please others. Journalism, in zzo cf its features, is not unlike -Atrial art. It requires, none Czs engaged in itmay never know, v,- zzmJi preparation, how much care, w ciu'Ii nice, often hair-splitting, ad- iciisczi of even sentences to make a .ne edition of a paper acceptable, 'io i" -"He, however inclined toa paper, Jjc.!;u3 of any departure from truth r "- ' and is quick to resent it. Our . crJsl'iiotcounted, are selected because f tLxIr fitness, weight and pertinency, -cl za our position on any question is lien with a view of candidly and z'.-'.y expressing the popular will. It is aken deliberately, and with care, aad th:a taken is defended with all our IL'y and in all ways recognized in ;.:..:ate journalism. In this we :";w established usage and Rood c-so, fx we have learned that hi trj; journalist, the man who under 'jxzla Lis profession well, when It be c his duty to oppose, in the inter- zis c f the public, a measure of impolicy, u: j as the new State movement con- cssdly is. will throw all the weight of rp.-v all thu noirnr nf mnlMnlivl vztls, against it, and, if necessary, -j ciaks an Incontrovertible position; t-i ocver it up out of sight il v,;th an avalanche of rea zz.3, will borrow from all those of his cllaw-jjnrnalists who coincide with iizx, just as the Appeal has done, and 3 make an end of the whole matter. Vhca, as we have shewn in the Ar al, tie tide of popular opinion in Wc 1 Tennessee is against the newState riovcracnt; when, as we have shown, 1? rrcss and people of Middle and East T. nrcssea are opposed to it and have ivcwcU it their intention never to give jzc.t consent to it, what is the use of :zzZ irking the movement? "Why con tz labor against such fearful odds? Wo Jo net know of bat three papers in 2 Slate of Tennessee' that favor the rzzz rise, and these are limited in in auJ circulation. Memphis and! 7 county have hardly even treated " - cutter with courtesy. True, we u ) a Electing at which delegates were "-Z'.z.si, but what sort of a meeting v;is iiow many persoas were there? N as -nany a- there were delegates ap- fi-ztrj. And this was understood vr: J Mat not oneai the delegates availed .icnsclves of the appointment to af.cz J the convention. Our peo i'.s were utterly indifferent to it; tiry CJ not care enough about or fzj it to take even so much interest as m.-"t be necessary in preliminary bteps. AnJ this indifference did not grow out c" a-y want of sympathy for the people cT Nsrth Mississippi or Southern Ken tucky, but from a cenvietion that the schc o was not possible of aeoomplish rrcrt, first, because the people of the tcs concerned never would give t-t.r consent to it, ami if they C.l tLat congress would interpose I'j .insuperable veto. They knew, too, tlzzz tj carry a matter ot so much Wi";:.t, money is needed, and a great czzzi ci it, ana tney oouiu not see any ccmpensatory retaras in sight Ni-iJo never committing ourselvaa to Vzz movement, we eneouraged it by tbe 1- oation of every item of informa tlca calcalated to assist in its develop ment, and necessarj' to fairly and fully i-..Tra U.e puUie mind. "We gave the CcrrZicrlal limit, named all the counties a J cav? their statistics of population a-J wealth, and even held up the idea cf tcmogeneity, upon which Mr. Kay r. rlay3 so much stress. But all would not t!a He people of Memphis would not ta-o any interest in it. This was the i'z.z anJ severest Wow to the movement A c Luowand appreciate the importance c t r tUy, and have full faith in its -.z-" and we also know that our mer- c-- Za and business men are fully alive tj t-.z necessities which InNorth Missis- r x -1 tu- ve that people to hope and work f -t tL"cew State, and we felt that when t-:ry refused to couatnanee it by the i; . It z II ;n of delegates it was dead indeed ; i t afterward, when, asMr.Itaynercon fecje, tliere was only twenty-three out c." Co forty-one counties named repie- ::c-ted in the convention, we felt acs-cred it was so, and so we know Mr Kaynerand his fellow-laborers will 1 It is so dead as to be beyond the 1" rcr tf even momentary life by a gal vanic battery. Jfet even years of labor v,.Il t: rompUsh k. If, as Mr. Rayner c-ys, :t Las takes thirty years to talk ths tllng up from oblivion to induTer cr:, how many more thirties will it to bring it to a point when there wi:i Le even a majority of one? If there Is aiy process, inductive or otherwise, ly wLiih the calculation can be made, vre would like tohavelt o,Mr.Rayner, yc j might as well try to flgbt a phan tzzzi as to cope with indifference. Act crs will tell you what Indifferent audl c -:es are. They never try them twice, & 1 journalists seldom care to encounter Vzcm more than once. Submitted to tls test of popular opinion to-morrow, ai the ballot-box, the new State move ment, put upon its best merit, would fcll by an overwhelming majerity,4f the pccplo could be induced out of their present indifference to vote upon it In deed, we regard it as very dead, this new State movement, and only again aLude to it in order to get our selves right with those who cl.-g to the corpse; gentlemen f :r whom we have high respect, bat wlose judgment we think gravely in errcr in this matter. The executive c: remittee will meet, perhaps, and pass resolutions, but that will be all. The (i-csuon of "eeparatiqn" will form no I lank in the platfoim of any of the par- t. cj to ihe next political canvass in Ten nessee. There is a strong feeling against 1 iizs disintegration of the State, a feeling strong enough to swamp all the men who will advocate" it Tho people are tired of excitements, and crave rest. They need all the t ce they have to attend to their fwn private aftalrs, to make good the " 8aa in war, wbleii have only in part! Iten made up for, and will neither en-y-irase nor aid any movement that will reopen tho wounds of secession and again divide households. We know this by diligent Inquiry, and especially-from the columns of the papers which bo well reflect public opinion. If Mr. Bayner has any doubts that we are right, he has only to read what the following Journals have said upon the subject and which we reproduced in the AppiAiand we think they will vanish. This list of authorities should satisfy any reasonable man, and, no doubt, will our correspond ent They are conclusive with us, and are as follows: "Knoxville Chrotmte, Nashville Banner, Memphis Ledger, Savannah News, Chattanooga Times Louisville Courier-Journal, St. Iieuls Globe, Memphis. Avalanche, Browns ville Bee, Huntingdon BepnlAican Dyersburg Progress, Memphis Reg1cr, Trenton Xwe, Chicago Tribune, Kew Orleans Thnes, Mobile Begister, Knox ville Frees and Herald, Knoxville Chronicle, Trenton Gazette, New Or leans JPieatftme, Raymond (Miss.) Ga zeUe, Kosciusko (Miss.) Star, Vicksburg Herald, and Brownsville States. SPORTS OF THE DAT. The Saratoga Baccs The Three Purses Won by Ill:IIsedj Arizona, and Backjramon. The British Turf "Uhlan Wins the Brighton" Cap The Saratoga Pigeon-Slayers. STRATOGA RACES. SARATOGA.AnenstT. Thefirstand Dar ticular event was a race for the Kenner stakes for three-year olds. There were ten entries; jou forfeit; $1500 being add ed by the association; distance, two miles. Springbok was the favorite In the pools jest before the race, selling for w:: m-used, ifZiw: tstracnino. S305: Waverly, S1S5; Catesbv, S160:the field. 5i-iu. liie iiMiowing norses stanea: Merodaih, Etraehlno. Ill-Used. Catesbv. Springbok, "Whisper. Alice Mitchell and "Waverly. The race was won by 111- useu oy a necK, btracmno second, opnngDOK mira. Time, 3:39. 'ine second race was for a nurse of WW, ioraiiages, mneana afiair beats. me louowing norses started: Wanderer. Arizona, iioss Tweed and Adolphus. Wanderer was the favorite, selling at S400to$la0 for Arizona, who got the lead atihe start and kent it to the finish. winning the race by two lengths; "Wan- 'J AHCCU X1U1C, .03. Thothirr) Moima fViT- all frt- n purse of SoOO. mile and a Quarter heats. i en norses siarcea; uingamon was the iwuuer, .ousiuess econu, iuiinie V. third. Time, 3:10i. PIGEON SLAUGHTER. Saratoga, . ., Aueust 7. The pigeon-shooting tournament for the Lor- uara meaai was nmsned here to-dav. Brown, of Cleveland, won by a score of miny-iwo Killed ana eignt missed. Paine, of New York, cot the second money, killing twenty-nine and missing eieven; jannuson, 01 Syracuse, Killed twenty-seven and inised. thirteen, ami Turrill, of Chicago, killed twenty-six nor Klanman would continue shooting, claiming that they had received no no tice of postponement of the tournament from nine to ftr o'clock, and would not snoot, ine reieree, Jiliier, or New York, consequently let them withdraw their stakes, and declared all pools and bets off. this eaused great dissatisfac tion, Brown having been sold in the field against Paine, Bogardus and Klan man as favcrites at almost ten to one. THE BRITISH TURF. London, August 7. The race for the Brighton cup took place at Brighton yesterday, and was won by Uhlan, Flageolet second and Warrington third. Five ran. The betting at the start was seven to Jsur against Uhlan, even on Flageolet, and eight to one against Warrington. TELEGRAPHIC SUiHIAltY. San Franciseo has sent already seven thousand dollais to the relief of Port land. Martin Kupfel, a German, suicided in San Franoisso yesterday by hanging himself. At HopMnsvile, Kentuoky, three deaths from cholera were reported "Wednesday and one on yesterday. The Orange societies of Liverpool yes terday welcomed the Canadian Orange deputies with a grand public demon stration. "William Henry Brown, of Birming ham, England, suicided by shooting himself through the head at Waco, Texas, yesterday. Two deaths from cholera at Pittsburg have occurred within the past three days. Another case is reportetl, but it is believed it will recover. At a Schutzenverein festival in Wash ington city, hut Wednesday, Michael Hussey, of Baltimore.wasfatallystabbed by one Slatter, of Philadelphia. In a fight at Oak Creek, near Camp Verde, between the troops and Apaches, on the twenty-eighth of June, three In dians were killed and five women cap tured. Two little boys, Charles Miller, aged five years, and William Colden, aged seven years, were found drowned in Trail creek, near Michigan City, Indi ana, yesterday. The emigration from Russia to Amer ica is increasing. Four hundred Rus sians sailed Wednesday in one steamer. The movement threatens to depopulate some of the districts of Russia. The Xort'i German Gazette denies the truth of the current report that tho Ger man consul at Cartagena went to Madrid to. place the captured insurgent vessels at the disposal of the government. A Vienna dispatch says that Count de Chambord yesterday returned the visit of Count de Paris. The interview be tween the princes lasted over an hour. Nothing is known of the nature of f conference. A man named Humler, during the amputation of hto sore finger in Cincin nati, Wednesday, by Dr. William U. Muey, took chloroform and died lu a few minutes trom the effects of the chloroform It is supposed. A private dispatch from Liverpool, received i New York, states that Cap tain Phillips and the second officer of the wrecked steamship City of Wash iagton have been dismissed from the employ of the company for not casting the lead during the voyage. Sharkey, the New York murderer, is now under close surveillance. Some of his friends lately furnished him with a bottle of brandy, after drinking which he behaved outrageously, assaulting not only the keepers, but his own counsel. He is to be hanged on the fifteenth instant. An effort is being made iu New York to procure a public reception for Joseph Aruh, the head of the English agricul tural movement who is expected in this country this month to see for himself if EKUieu tarm-aervams are wantea, anu ii so, to provide for their transportation hither. George W. Cass died at Dresden, Ohio. Wednesday, in the eiehty-elghth year of his age Mr. Cass had been a resident of Ohio for seventy-three years, and was tbe last of the family of Msjor Jonathan Cass. He was a brother of General Lewis Cass, of Michigan, aud father of General George W. Cass, of Pennsylvania. The somewhat noted Kansas trotting stallion Smuggler arrived at St Louis veunedayon nia way, east, in charge of his owner, W. S.' Lough, United States marshal for the eastern dlstricf of Kan sas. This horse ls.onlyTseven years old, was bred in Ohio, sired by Blanco, he by Cadmus, the aire of the famous pacing mare Pocahontas. GEMSRAX HEWS. Political Developments Railroad Chronicles Foreign Notes Election Notts. Another Fearful Earthquake in Italy Progress of tho Mor mon BiTorce Suit. Massachusetts after the Beor Tenders Destructive Fire at Chicago Criminal, Cas ual, Etc. Victor If ago Djrlnc. New York, August 7. A Paris dis- paten says mat Victor Hugo is believed to De dying. Another Carllst Victor-. Bayonne, August 7. The Carlists claim a victory at Elgreta, in Gaipuz- ooa. xney state mat tney captured one republican general and slxhundred pris oners. Mrs. Brtgbam Tonnsr No. IT'S Divorce Salt Lake City, August7. Brigham Young's counsel filed a demurer to the jurisdiction of the court in the divorce case mis morning, une case was post poned until to-morrow evening. Fatal Accident. Louisville. August 7. George C. Carlisle, a bridge-carpenter, fell from Rolling-Fork bridge, on the Louisville and Nashville railroad, while at work this afternoon, and -was instantly killed. Carlisle lived at Bowling Green. English Elections. London. Aueust 7. The election in East Staffbrdshireto fill the vacancy in tne nouse or commons, caused ny tne deatn or Mcciean, resulted in tne elec tion of a. (J. Alsoppo, conservative, by a majority ot nine nun urea votes. Motley's Illness. London, August 7. The report that Motley's illness was the result of an apo plectic stroke is Incorrect He is Butter ing from a very Eevere attack of neural gia, but is now much better, and expects soon to be completely restored. Cherokee nation Election. St. Louis, August 7. The election returns have been received from three districts in the Cherokee nation. Dela ware, Saline and Lowee Skoowee, which the Downing party carried by a decided majority, and feel hopeful of electing a majority to me council. 1'iob.iblrjlmonnt of Leslie Frand.s. Philadelphia, August?. The in vesligation into the frauds committed by Lesne tnrougniaise records ot mortgages proves mat me total amount will not exceed fifty thousand dollars. The loss will probably be made good bv Ex-Re corder Manceman, wno3e clerk was a party to the frauds. The nerenae Official and Illicit Dli. tillers. Richmond, Va., August 7. A fight took place yesterday m Scott county be tween a small force of revenue officers under Colonel George S. Egbert. United btates deputy-marshal, and a gang of uucit aisuuersj in wmcn a man named Wilcox, an assistant of the marshal, was killed by John A. Vangard, who had previously surrendered, but was rescued by his friends. Kallrow! J " res In Arkansa. Little fio- A.ugu3t 7. The first passengcr-tra1 - -juth to the Little Mis souri river, jS ihe Cairo and Fulton rail road, went down to-day. The Little Missouri i3 twenty miles below Arkadel- phia and ninety-two below Little Rock. Track-laying is progressing at the rate of a mile and a half per day, and it is days. Railroad .Sold at Auction. St. Louis, August 7. The Chillicothe and Brunswick railroad was sold at pub lic auction at the courthouse in this city to-day, at tne instance ot iboion Hum phrey, of New York, trustee, for the non-payment of interest The road was Knocseu down tor sixty-two moosand five hundred dollars. Colonel Rice beiug the purchaser for a party of New York gentlemen. Signs ol Shipwreck. London, August 7. A large quantity of debris from a wrecked vessel has been discovered off the coast of Ireland. The wreck is supposed to be that of the State line steamship Alabama, which left uiasgow iurxew i ain ou oaiuruay last. No survivors from any wreck in that vicinity have as yet been heard of, and nothing more definite in regard to the disaster can be learned. 'What It Costs xer "ShooHy" In JI.ll.-a-cbnsetts. -v 1 C " 1 1 1 . Worcester, Mass.. August 7. Four teen German beer-sellers were arraigned to-day, the most of them for the third time. Six were fined one hundred dol lars and costs, sentenced to the house of correction for six months, and ordered to hnd one tnousand dollars bail not to vio late the law for one year. They all took an appeal, and gave the bail required. Tan Cairo and ration Kailroad. St. Louis, August 7. The Cairo and Fulton railroad, which is in rapid pro cess of construction, will be finished to Fulton, Arkansas, by the first of Sep tember. This point was the original terminus of tho road, but it has been de termined to extend it to Texarkona, twenty miles beyond, where it will con nect with the Texas Pacific road. The entire line will be completed early this fall. Keappearnnce or Cholera at Chatta Booea. Nashville, August 7. The cholera reappeared in Chattanooga to-day. There were eight cases, two of which proved fatal. As yet it is confined to the colored population, and was caused by eating unripe fruits and melons. The mayor has issued the following procla mation: "The sale, or exhibition for sale, of all fruits and vegetables, except potatoes and tomatoes, is hereby pro hibited, the public welfare requiring it." Tflld Cuolern lteporfi at Columbus. Ohio. Columbus, August 7. There are wild rumors afloat iu the neighborhood of this city as to cholera In this locality. A talk had this evening with four physi cians shows that from the best informa tion obtainable since July 5th there have been twenty-four cases of cholera out side of the penitentiary, and eighteen cases were fatal. There are now but six cases in. tho city, and two of these are of a mild type. Three Young Ylltalnx. Cincinnati, August 7. On Saturday night Mary Eberle, a girl fourteen years old, and living in the western part of the city, while on an errand for her mother was seized by three young men, forced into a stable, and there her person violated. Her injurious are so serious that she has been in the hospital ever since. To-day three men arrested on charge of the offense were confronted by her and identified as the persons who committed the crime. They are under arrest Sore Earthquakes In Italy. Washington, August 7. An official letter, dated Belluno, Italy, says: "On the evening of the twenty-ninth of June a terrible earthquake occurred here, car rying death to many and consternation to au. The dead are counted by ten9, material injury by thousands, every fourth or fifth building being made un inhabitable. The principal monuments are overthrown or seriously injured. Every where the cry of anguish Is raised, and calls for prompt and effectual re lief." Quiet Citizens Assaulted by Roughs. St. Louis. August 7. The Democrat has a special from Venlta, Indian Ter ritory, which says: "There was a fight, Tuesday, about, twenty-five miles west of here, on Veruegria creek, caused by a party of -roughs assaulting some quiet citizens, and driving them and their families fronvtbelr homes. About forty citizens started in pursuit oi tne rougns. overtook them, and a fight ensued, in wliinh several were silently wounded. Tho roughs got away, but the pursuit ' and at last account3 W8S "x - Han Ban Over ana Hilled Mnrdercr CaDgnt. St. Lours, August T. A section-foreman of the St Louis, Kansas City and Northern railroad, named Gray, was run over and killed -near warrenton, Missouri, yesterday. He was drank, and fell asleep on the track. A negro named James Biggs, charged with murdering the two men Gould and iliram a few miles soutn or uoneyviue, Kansas, two or three days ago, has been brought here en route for Fort Smith, Arkansas. JLntevt fipaalsli Items. Madrid, August ".The Carllsts have attacked Ayarzumo in Guepuzcoa, A conspiracy has Keen discovered to give up the town to the enemy, and many arrests have been made. The bombardment of Valencia has been suspended, a flag of truce having been received from the insurgents, re questing a parley, which is now going on. The cortes, by a vote of 184 yeas to : nay, have passed the bill granting con stitutional guarantees to Porto Rico. A deputy from that colony, in the course or tne debate, declared mat tne island wouiu always remain laitniui io epain. The Impartial says that Espartero is extremely popular in tne cortes. Slnrdered by Housebreakers. Evansyille, August 7. A special to mo journal gives tne particulars or an outrageous murder which occurred in Daviess county, Kentucky, last night Six disguised men entered the house of Robert J. Allen, who is a wealthy farmer living about six miles from Owensboro. Mr. Allen and his nephew, John Allen, were sleeping together at the time, iiotn weie aroused oy me tnieves, woo at once commenced nring upon them. Robert Allen was shot in the thigh, and his nephew in the breast Both effected their escape to the road. where this morning the dead body of the nephew was found, lie was a young lawyer of much promise, and greatly esteemed in this section. No clue has been obtained to the murderers, but the whole community is aroused to me search. It is believed that the murder ers entered the house with intent to burglarize it. Seventy Tliomnnd Dollars In Rains. Chicago, August 7. A fire broke out shortly after one o'clock this morning, in me engine-room of the planing-mill or j uietz & t-o., J os. to 40 In diana street, entirely destroying the building, with all the machinery, and a quantity of lumber. The fire spread across me street to saiiarcrs planing- mill, which was also destroyed, together witn Hemingways tuo-tactory adjoin ing, and Nos. 33 to 35 Indiana street, small frame buildings, occupied as dwellings and saloons. The total loss will be in the neighborhood of 570,000, of which amount Dietz & Co. lose lose $20,000, no insurance; Ballard & Co., $25,000: insurance. 5000 in a Chicago company; Hemingway, $2000 insured; Thomas Leimon, carriage maker, $5000 insured in what com pany is not known. The locality where tne nre occurred is uued witn pianing- muis, sasn-tactones, lumber-yards, etc.. and as the wind was blowing qnite hard, the utmost efforts of the entire fire de partment were required to prevent the further destruction of property. There were-several other small fires last night in which the losses were insignificant The Ohio Conslltnilounl Convention. Columbus. O., August 7. In the con stitutional convention to-day a proposi tion "wa3 submitted providing that any person holding a public office who shall receive unlawful fees or bribes shall be liable to fine and imprisonment in the penitentiary: and providing that such officers, in addition to the usual oath, shall swear that they have never con tributed money or other valuable thing. or made promises of influence or reward lor a vote given for mem. rersons offer ing bribes which are accented shall not be punished. The committee on public debt and works submitted a proposition being substituted for article eight of the constitution. Section six provides that it shall be lawful for counties, town ships, cities, towns and villages, by vote of their citizens, two-thirds of those voting concurring therein, to aid in the construction of railroads and other pub lic improvements of local advantage or necessity in any amount not exceeding at any time five per centum of the tax- aoie property therein, and tney may construct railroads or other pub lic improvements of local advantage or necessity under the foregoing limitation and restrictions. A minority of this committee also submitted a re port recommending a proposition, pro viding mo general assembly shall never authorize the granting of any such aid as that recommended in the majority report VIRGINIA POLITICS. Second Day of the Conservative vention at Richmond The Nominees. Con- Resolutions Adopted General Kemper's Letter of Acceptance KecelTcd by Telegraph. Richmond. August?. Colonel Robert E. Withers, the opponent of Kemper in the conservative State convention for nomination for governor, was nominated by acclamation for lieutenant-governor. R. J. Daniels, of Richmond, was nom inated for attorney-general, after which a recess was taken till eight o'clock in the evening. Upon the reassembling of the conven tion, resolutions were adapted declaring that the contrast of the condition of Virginia, under conservative rule, with southern States under radical rule, de monstrates the necessity of continuing conservatives in the control of the State government; that the chief purpose of the conservatives is to secure impartial justice to every citizen, na tive or adopted, white or col ored, and to promote the prosperity of the whole people; that the conserva tive party of Virginia will judge Presi dent Grant impartially by his official action, and will cordially co-operate in every measure of nis adminis tration which may be beneficent in its design, and calculated to promote the welfare of the people and to cultivate sentiments of good will between tho different sections of the Union; that the interests of this Union, no less than those of Virginia, demand the speedy enlargement and completion of the great James river and Kanawha water line which should connect the waters of the Ohio with those of the Chesapeake, affording to the teeming lopulatioa of the west cheap transporta tion of their products to the points of shipment and marts of trade in the east. The completion by the government of this great design of George Washington would be an additional bond of union between the communities whose pro ducts and commodities would pass over the line of this great national work; that for the successful establishment and progress of tho free-school sys tem of Virginia they are Indebted to the wisdom of a conservative State govern ment, and that liberal provisions ought to be continued for the support and extension of free schools for the white and colored races respectively. The following telegram from General Kempt r was received by Hon. Thomas Bocock: "I accept the nomination with a profound sanse of its just responsibili ties, and without fear of defeat Let all true Virginians ttand together for the sake of Virginia" The convention adjourned sine die, and wa3 resolved into a mass-meeting to allow the most prominent speakers to address the assemblage. George A. Dunning, who b charged with defrauding the United States gov ernment out of several thousand dollars, while employed in the assessor's office, was brought up in New York Wednes-. day, butowing to the peculiar mannerln which the indictment is drawn, It fall ing to charge interest to the defrauder, it Is probable he will be discharged. NEW YORK. Tho Tirginla Conservative Convention Alarming Tronble in Japan " French Crop 3icws. ' A Fool on a Fool's -Errand Hanging Plajed Ont in Gotham A Miss log Ocean Steamer. Kate Stoddard Quitclaims tho Good rich Estate Reorganization of the Brooklyn Tmst Company. THE VIRGINIA CONSERVATIVE CONVEN TION. New York, August 7, A special from Richmond says that in the con servative convention, about half-past one o'clock this morning, after several speeches had been made, the previous question was called, anu Deing agreed to, the convention went into a ballot for governor. As the voting progressed, tne greatest excitement prevailed, and a tally showed it was remarkably close, witn ivemper anead, wnen, nnaiiy, iix- .Lieutenant Uovernor Montague moved that the nomination of Kemper be made unanimous, and tne motion was second ed by General Early, and agreed to. A letter was received from General Kemper, dated over two weeks ago, in wmcn lie stated mat ne did not want the nomination, but if it was conferred upon him, he would do his best to serve me people. REBELLION IN JAPAN. A Japan letter says: "On tlie twenty- first instant ten thousand men, mostly farmers, armed wi n. bamboo spears. assisted by the former Daimio retainers, armed with swords, attacked me gov ernment castle at Fukuoka, set fire to the buildings and destroyed all official D00K3 and papers, uney Killed six om cers. and four ara. said to have died by then own bands as tney saw me reoeis overpowering them. Three officers only escaped and fled to Loga, sixty miles above. The telegraph line from Nogasaki to Yokohoma, which passes through lsiKnsen. was utterly desroyed. and me over-land mail road was diock aded so that information is obtained slowly. The report has reached Naga saki that the houses of all of the people in Jiallatl and country round aoout, who would not join the insurgents, have been burned, and that the dwellings of ncn men and me oanss nave oeen robbed. The insurgents are said to num ber at least one hundred and fifty thou sand. The cause of tho revolt is that tbe government has required taxes of farmers to be paid in money instead of produce, togetner witn me probable "all ure of the rice crop." FRENCH CROP PROSPECTS. The Constitutionnel gives a favorable account of the harvest prospects in France. There has bean a marked im provement in the appearance of all the crops, ana mere is a promise or an abun dant harvest of an excellent quality. THE STUPID HAS ARRIVED. Whalley, a member of the British par liament, ha3 arrived in Paris. He comes to collect fund3 for the benefit of the Tichborne claimant A FOUR-IU'NDRED-PASSENGR OCEAN- STEAMKR FIFTEHN DAYS OVERDUE. The steamship C. M. Arndt from Stettin via Havre, with four hundred passengers on board, is fifteen days over due at mis port. HANGING "IS" PLAYED OUT IN NEW YORK. A writ of error which operates as a stay of proceedings, has been granted in tne case or wni. J. ouariiey, sentenced to be hanged on Friday, the fifteenth of August. KATE STODDARD QUITCLAIMS. Kate Stoddard has executed a quit claim deed freeing all the property of the late Charles Goodrich from any claims that might bo urged in her behalf. BROOKLYN TRUST COMPANY REORGAN IZED. The Brooklyn trust eomnanv reorgan ized to-day, with Ripley Roper as presi dent and a new board of directors. The company resumes business next Satur day. Rodman resigned his secretary ship. ANOTHER DUEL. Particulars of the Fight between Caium and Yung, Late of China. From the Pine Uluff Republican. On the twenty-eighth ultimo Lincoln county was the scene of a very interest ing affair in the shape of a pure and unadulterated duel between two sons of very noble families of China. It appears that for several centuries a rivalry has been existing between the houses of Lak Zud Qui Camm and Ah Jon Flulee Yung, gentlemen Tesidents of Canton up to 1865. Many fatal difficulties were the result of this enmity, and the ranks of each family became sensibly reduced as time elapsed. Finally the hour ar rived for the Yung hatred to become sa tiated. A revolution threw it in power, and it3 rival was found among the de feated rebels. As a consequence, Camm was imprisoned and tortured, and his family banished. But he made his es cape, and in disguise sought his enemy, whom he found rioting in lux ury, and surrounded by a courtly throng, and there slew him. After reap ing his aevenge, he destroyed himself by harikari, a suicide practiced by the no bles of that country. The banished Camms all died but Lak Zud Qui, who drifted about until be landed in Arkan sas and settled in Lincoln county. By the same train of events Ah Jou Flulee Yung, the only survivor of his illustri ous house, wandered to the locality where lived his common enemy. They dwelt together for sometime in total ignorance of each other's identity. But the denouement came at last, during a conversation about their far-off home, and all the hatred of their nature was stirred up anew. The rest Is soon told. They concluded that this world could not contain them, both alive, and silently and sadly, unknown to any one, prepared for the bloody sac rifice. They chose the deadly Colt with which to perfect their purpose, and after embracing, and promising that no harm should attach to the survivor, they took their places, gave their own signal, and fired. Camm fell dead, and the too confiding Yung now languishes In the hotel de Doby whither he was escorted yesterday evening by Deputy-Sheriff-Captain Charles Lyman and wonders why the law should interfere with the private affairs of foreign gentlemen not citizens of the United States. In Warren county, Kentucky, last Monday a general fight occurred in which W. M. Shivers was shot through the arm. Constable Howard attempted to stop the fight, and was stabbed twice by Wm. Lock, one of the combatants. Another constable named Wright was struck in the forehead with a rock, in flicting a wound from which he died that night Howard's wounds are not fatal. The body found In the lake st Cleve land, Ohio, Wednesday, i3 supposed to be that of William F. Smith, prosecut-ing-attorney of Mercer county, Ohio. Mr. Smith was known to bo in that city a short time before his disappearance. The funeral of George Fritz, superin tendent or tne uamwia iron, company at Johnstown. Pennsylvania, who died on Tuesday last, took place at Pittsburg yesterday, anu waa largely aiienueu. OIX4 MSLUL. E PANOLA Ollr COMPANY ofltors Oil Meal at unusually low prices. Good feed, and proof against ury murrain la porneU catue, V. B. MILLER, Secretary, ADDITIONAL MARKETS. GALVESTON. Galveston, August 7. Cotton re mains steady: good ordinary, I5jc; net receipts, 4U oaies; saies, xuu Dales; stocz, bales. SAVANNAH. Savannah. August 7. Cotton hold ers are firm and demand light, with few buyers; mlddlingt18ic; net receipts, Mi bales; sales, G2 bales; stock, 19S0 bales. CHARLESTON. Charleston. August 7. Cotton dull and heavy; middling, nominal, 18e; net receipts, 16 bales; gross receipts, 200 bales; sales, iuu bales; stocK, 4203 bales. MOBILE. Mobile, Augn9t 7. Cotton is dull and easier; middlings, 18c; net re ceipts, 88 bales; exports coastwise, 319 bales; sales, iuu bales; stocg, max Dales. DIED. I.ir.T.V On Thnralav. the 7th instant, at 11 o'clock pan., JIaky, adopted child of jonn anu aiary uur, ageu. two years, aio months afld t enty-.our days. The friends and acquaintances of the family are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral, from the residence of the family, 108 Robeson street, tills (FRIDAY) evening at four o'clock. IRBY At his residence, near Cuba, Shelny county, Tennessee, August 5th, at 12 o'clock. pja., Dr. Edward Ibby, In the fiftieth year of his age, a native of Nottoway county Virginia. TTT!Tt!l Tn thin rAtv. Thnrsdav evenlnir. August 7th, J ajles U. Kerb, tn the fifty. fifth year of his age. Friends and acquaintances of the family are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral, from his late residence, No. S7 Mosby street, this (ItEIDAY) afternoon at four o'clock. PAINE On the 8th of Ancust. AXS MARIA. daughter of J.N. and L. ii. Paine, aged two years, four montns ana nitecn aays. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. MASONIC NOTICE. 8lli, at 8 o'clock, for dispatch ot business. 1L iu. ja.s are irowraauy inviteu. By order BEN. K. POLLEN, W. SI. A. J. Wkzelicr. Secretary. au8 MEMPHIS AGRICULTURAL AND MECDAJi ICAIj SOCIETY. official drawing. SXornlne Clans So. 231. 8, , 71, 4, 20, 33, 78, 13, 65, 40, 18, 70. Erenlnz Class So. 332. 62, 40, 78, 63, 61, 47, 33, 36, 22, 6, 65, 66. Memphis, this 7th day of Angost, 1873. corAim'Essinp kotice. NEW FIRM NEW BUSINESS. E, the undersigned, have formed a cc partneishlp for the purpose of con ducting an Auction and Commission Easiness, at 240 Main street, corner of Jefferson, under tne nrm name oi WHITE, CKISMAN & CO. Consignments are respectfully solicited, and UU1CJC sales ana prompt returns prumiseu. fry us. J. M. WHITE. E.B.CRISMAN. T Trill be fnnnd at the above house, with all ... i . miTClf W L'-TT-'lir TT Mr I'll and will stiU give diligent attention to collec tions ai Agent for the Assignee. Will be pre n.irert to handle. In best style, all cotton or othtr produce which may be consigned by aeoiorsin iiqmuaiing. j. 'n.ts3Jin.i, AEM0TJE INSTITUTE TOR YOUNQ LADIES, No. 271 Madison Street, Memphlg, Tenn. Mrs. FJIILY B. ARMOUR Principal MISS OEORUIK FIBHEB A sslstant Mrs. MARY S. VIGUS-Drawlngand Painting Mrs. JENNIE L. BOYLAN Vocal Music Pro. EMILE WITZMAN Instrumental Music and Modern Languages Fall Session opens September 8, 1873. For Catalogues apply toll. Wade fc Co-,orto an3 Mrs. EMILY B. ARMOUR, Principal. CECILIAN COLLEGE, XTAIaH, in the conntry.on E. and P.R.R. HI. ilnanl, xmuon wasnmg, juiguui, i uej. Bed. Etc., per twenty weeks, only S1O0. For uuiucuiiusi ouuina A au7 Ceclllan P. P., Hardin co., K?y. CHRISTIAN BROTHERS OOXjIiSG-S, Xo. 282 Adams Street, Memphis, Tenn. THIS Institution will open its next session on Jlonday, September 1st. For terms as to Board-Tultion, Etc . addrera au7 BRO. MAURELIAN, President. GRAND BALL RALEIGH ON NEXT FRIDAY NIGHT, The" 8th. Instant, A GRAND BALL will be given in tne mag nificent ballroom ol the NEW HOTEL at Halelgb. This is one of the finest rooms In the Southwest (dimensions, 130x40 feet, 30 feet high). Handworker's Celebrated Band has been engaged for the occasion. THE CUISESE DEPARTMEKT will be In charge of Mr. Edward Doutaz, of the Overton Hotel; the serving department In Their names are sufficient guarantee that ineir respective ucyuibiueun wm faction. SPECIAL TRAINS will leave tbe Louisville depot for Raleigh at 7 p.m. nnd 8 :30p.m. Returning, leave Raleigh at VI p.m. and 2 a.m. COKHITTEE OF ABEA3i8EHE5T3: John Donovan, Dr. G. K. Duncan, J. McBrooks, IL R. Fuller, A. J. Wheeler, J. M. Coleman, Jonathan Rice, M. D. L. Stewart, isngene ieiuy, o. . rvuumas, Arthur Wright, M.McKeogh, P. M. Winters, B. H. Coleman . KECEPTION COH3IITTEE: H.C.Young, Col. James Coleman, W. J. P. Doyle, T. T. Ta vlor. Arthur Wright, ". Ji. winters, George Mellersh, uavia jusman, George Kldd. FLO on H. Kdmondson, COMMITTEE: W. N.Coleman, Gus Bonner, Fletcher Taylor, Thomas Nailing, Dr. Paul Otey, Charles Rose, W. A. Steffey. Posey Clair, A, woodward, li. F. Duncan. Clarence P. Hunt, Dr. w.T. tryor, lioa Leubrie, PBICE OP TICKETS TO BALL: Gentleman nuI Lady... Gentleman. v. ... This Include Sapper and B. B. TIettet IO anu iruni uiueign. -tfn amirt will bo SDared on the part of the Committees and Hotel Company to make this Ball one of tlie most enjoyable occasions of the season. Strict Decornm ulll be Observed. Tieheta for Sale at the. foUowinfr places: Peabody Hotel, commercial ana wonuuu, -Leubrie Bros.' cigar store, Main street; Eu gene Leldy's, Main street; E. A. Benson's muslo store. Main ftreet; John Gaston's res taurant; J. Schlff's cigar store, corner Main and Jefferson streets. au5 WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS WEST VIRGINIA. T7AMOUS for their Alterative -waters and lashioname patronage, AinuT, "-"v-' hev are 2000 feet above tide-water, affording entire relief from, prostrating summer heat. oar.ai.ltv fr.T- aiWimmnd Atlns? 2009 Demons. Charges S3 60 per day, 821 per week, and J35 PSS.""? .... . nr, ivh0aArtrirtfr. siTRfiri miles from the White. known for their unsurpassed Nervine tonic -wateroanaraiamsouviuiuiscB. wMtnHiiintinr water kcDt here for tbe use of visitors without charge. Terms per day, 579 per month. DkeeLTelezraDhiC and Express comraualca Uon with both Springs. T vrnvj.tm HiyOli VJ A4 4. AJ A. u VS DSY ME NK THIS WEEK AGAIN OFFER A LARGE LOt'oF 1HNM "WHICH WILL BE SOLD AT STILL X.OWEIS ATiSO Percales, Linen Lais, fieiies SUITS! White JPIque Suits, SO. White 3Lawn Suits, $3 OO. Grass Cloth Salts, $2, $2 75, $3. 3? are ITaiicis Suits, $53 50. Children's Stresses, SO cents. AND ENTIRE STOCK AT CORRESPONDINGLY LOW FIGURES, lve ei :kt K. IE 261 and 283 Main "WHQUESAjuE SLEDGE, WeKAY & CO. Cotton Factors, WHOLESALE GROCERS AND COMMSSIONlnllEClIriNTS, ETos. 371 and 373 WLAJN S3?,, 3EESEPMIS, Offer to the trade ef Memphis and Merchants of the Country A JjABGE AND SUPERIOR SUPPLY OF GROCERIES, AT PRICES AS LOW AS ANY HOUSE IN THE TRADE, consisting in part of Floor of all Grades and Brands. Sugars Louisiana, Dcmarara and all grades ot Wlilte Sugars. Molasses and Syrups, all grades and prices. Sack, and barrel Salt. Tobacco all grades; superior assortment. Balli Pork, S. C. Hams and cask Bacon. Coffee and Teas all grades. Bagging-, Ties and Sails. Lard Tierces, Half Barrels, Kegs, Backets and Tln-palls. Whisky all grades; none superior In market. Oysters, Canned Fruits, Kalslns and Clieese. Candles and Soaps, at Cincinnati prices. And all other Goods Irept in a first-class Grocery House. ii. I M EACHAM. J. B. FOSTON. iL X.. IEAG1AI &5 CO., ADS AGENTS FOX No. 9 UNION STREET, Memphis, Tennessee. Have received 5000 barreb SALT by barge, and offer the same low to the trade before storing. WHOLESALE GROCERS -rrv-g7-CT S? TTB&Q V JbJX3 TO 369 Front street, cor. ONE SQUARE SOUTH OF IS.ON M. J. WICKS & SON, MAOTTACTUEESS AND DEALEES X3ST GULLETT'S DIPE0TED COTTON GIN AND PEESS. DEERINCPS H0ESE POWER. COLEMAN'S C0EN MILL. RED MOUNTAIN IE0N FURNACES. UTICA STEAM ENGINES, ETC. MACHINERY AND Furnished on Most TOR SAUE, KENTUCKY HORSES. JHAVE JUST BEUEIVEU a largo num ber of No. 1 Saddle and Harness Horsey from Bhelbyvllle. Kentucky. TUoso desiring to prjctiaae will do well to c air and examine before baying elsewhere. Tnv2S Cltv BUhlfgi.yo.T3 Minima utrpot. BYE AND EAR INFIRMARY j 407 1-2 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn. Pimimt Granular CanHtnctiva, Ophthalmia. with Paniuu. FOR tho treatment of all Diseases and. Inju ries lncidentto these delicate organs. ... ... -....-.. T. I . flit! I.. U L-J H4cA(Utt TARKH, treated with unparalleled success by Medicated Inhalation and other valuaDia sound and scienflilo medicaT aid. T Z. MlTCHKlilS School wilUbe.cou AugaiSU For term and branches taugtifap- GOODS. BROTHERS GREAT SACRIFICE. o SUITS! SUITS! 2T Street, Cor. Court. GB.QCE3S. A. W. ROEERT9- JE. E. "MTff A fTTT A M SALT COMPANIES. AND COTTON FACTORS Gayoso and Clinton OLD STAND, : MEMPHIS. STORS. arliiiLiiBl j. HEAVY HARDWARE Favorable Rates. PROPOSALS. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS PROPOSALS are ln-rtted for boildlncs Jail at Seaatobia, late county, Mississippi. Tbe drawings anu specifications can be Been at tbe ofilce of tbs Architect James B. Coofc, 38 Madison Rtreet. Memphis, Tenn or at tbe offlco ol tbe Cbancery Clerk, O. F. West, Sena tohla, Miss. 4.11 proposals to be sealed and delivered on nr hefnra tun 21st dav of JulT. 1873. either wltti SO. F. West, Esq., or James B. Cook, Architect, Memphis, Tenn. Tbe Board, of Supervisors reserve the right of leJccllDg any or all bids. i ny oruer ox tau dwiu. T. 8. TATE. President. 0-FW2jT, Clerk. SEAIA.D PROPOSALS for tho bnlldlnj of the First Section. of the Mississippi ElTor Telegraph, rom Memphis, Tennessee, to Friars Point, Mississippi, will bo received until Angost 15th. Plans and specifications can be seen at the ofilce of the Washington Insurance Company-. The right to accept or reject any or all bids reserved. X. W. BHQWN, President. G. W. L Crook. Acting Secretarv. Iv20 Patcpsco yemalo Institute, Near Balti more, Mil. riittiS Institute has been In operation thirty 1st i year-, and enjoys a national reputation, With the number ot pupils, limited to ninety, it has representative from, two-thirds of tbe Bin toe, principally South: and Southwest. In location, is pre-eminently healthful. Is- cen tral, and easily reached by railroad from BI ttmore. an "Washington Cltyi For circulars, address M KS. K. IL ABCIIEK, au7 ElHcott City P. O- Md. Creditors P.'ollce. Tj l aiS 1st to notify all parties ttha ara creillt X ors of yie estate of Wm. Rehttopf. da oeaaed, to file their claims; property authenti cated,, with my attorneys, Humes dLPoston, s South Court street, Memphis, Tenn., within Luiw won pmtvauvL u law. ttixu au v - .Lxnake Immediate settlement with .said attor- Administrator with Will annexed of Wm. Kehkopf. ' AUCTION BATTES. INYTSATION TO TBE SALE OF LOTS AT- LUCY DEPOT On the Padncali Railroad. Wa ara requested' by the proprietors teto VI te the citizens of Memphis, and the pnbW generally, to the GREAT SALE With which the ToAn of Lucy Is to be inaugurated, on PRIDiY, AUGUST 8TI, Fifty Beautiful lots Will be offered for sale to the highest bidder, for the benefit of the business part of the crowd. A splendid BARBECUE will be provided far the hungry, and that tne pleasure-seekers may not be forgotten, Music and Dancing wtH be added to the enjoyments of the day. A SPECIAL TRAIN wHl leave the depot at 10 o'clock, and return at 8 o'clock. Excursion tickets, SO cents. The Ladles are particularly lrvited to boner the occasion with their presence. E. W. CALDWELL. TEEZETANT & CO. au7 Anetioneen. AT AUCTION. SALOOS, ILL COMPLETE, To be sold for cash. Stand A So. I, at 343 Front street, on Saturday, August 9th, at 11 o'clock sum. ang R.8.PARHAM, Assignee. SALE OF TOWN LOTS AT LUCY DEPOT, On Padncah and Memphis Eoad. On !Friday, August 8th, J WILL BE OFFERED AT SETEXTT-FITE RESIDENCE AND BUSINESS LOTS At the depot called. In honor of the daughter of the President of the road, it Twelve miles north of Memphis, on the Don can Estate, In one of the finest neighborhoods In Shelby county. The terms of the sale will be very easy, and a general Invitation is given to alL A "FREE BARBECUE, and a Special Train on the Railroad, for the benefit of all whs attend. For farther Information apply to E. Vf. CALDWELL. TEEZETANT & CO. )yi3 SAU-MAKZE. CASSIBY & 3HLLEE, SAIL MAKERS AND COTTON DUCK AGENTS, row othvb Aits, - xoui.siaka, MANUFACTURERS OF ALL SXZE3 AJTD qualities of Tents, Tarpaulins, TYagon-CoTers, Every description of Awzrrsras, Wrsnow and DoosSkadxs; 1so. Flags orALL Nations BnTmsGS, all colors, etc. Wholesale dealen In Hasilu abi Taxbxd Ropx, aU size from the Plymouth Cordage Company, Ply month, Mass. We keep on. hand, ready fer shipment, a large stock ox au we aoove ara cles. ASSIDT A MTT.r.ira. 107 PfTDRAS Stbzxt, near Camp, New Orleans. Louisiana. at FOR IE? TISHjC. 3TEECIIANTS HOTEL, AUGUSTA, ARKANSAS. npHIS Hotel baa been in operation for thive. X years, and has done a fine bulness. The groprleter being desirous of changing his usiness, will lease for a term of years the hotel, with all tbe fixtures complete for Im mediate occupancy. A Iso, a fine steam bakery complete in all Its departments. A good busi ness established. For terms, apply to the undersigned before, the first of September next. Q. W. HURLEY. Executor's Notice. tTTHEREAS, letters testamentary of the last IV will and testament of 8. M. Webb, de ceased, were granted to the undersigned at tne last August term oi ine rrooaie conn a. ihelby County, Tennessee; Now, all persons having claims against the estate of said dece dent are hereby required to exhibit the same, duly probated, within the time prescribed by law, or the same will be barred; and all per sons Indebted to said estate are notified to settle forthwith. MACUI WJiBU, Execuwr, Memphis. Ang. . 1873. .No. 35 Union sU Omcs or Masokic Mutcai. Lfix AssttO i&AjiuK jiaawimiiuji r 334 fBOST8TKKXT, Magnolia Block. J MXHFHX9, Tkjs, August 3,1373. AT a meeting of the MASONIC MUTUAL T.IS-E ASSURANCE ASSOCIATION. Of Memphis, Tenn., the following proceedlBgs were bad, and the follswlng officers were elected for the ensuing term: O. W. L. crook, rresiaenu H. O. TRAD BR, Secretary. W. E. ROGERS, M. D, Medical Examiner. Tho irirtf. Tintlnnnl "1r of Memnhls was designated as the depository for the funds ef the Association. . ft T"' S7-I11 43 Liabilities 2,00a 00 Reserved Fund . 5,201 C II. Q. TRADER, Secretary. au3 W. E. ROQCRS. Medical Kinmww. HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE. I AM prepared to take charge of a few -S Insane Personal Such accommodations asifet K may be deslied can be secured. On a long and large experience In the treatment of this class of cases, with a reference to the profession and community who know me, I must depend for public confluence. .Address, au2 No. 19 West Court street. CHEEK COTTON PEESS, iWILL, aa heretofore, devote my personal attention to the manufacture of this KOUQHT IRON SCREW PRESS, as It now surpasses all others, both for horse and steam power. lam determined that it shall, continue to do so, and sustain the unrivaled character that It has attained and to which it la lustly entitled. lalso manufacture that extraordinary and most wonderful machine. the Cbeelt Cotton Stallz Crtnner, which must necessarily su percede all hand labor for clearing oft the old staUc -m All orders for either the Press or Crusher matt be addressed to FORD. PORTKR fc CO- IE Union street. Vemphis, Tenn. Jys M. D. CHEEK, Patentee. Bocier Female College, lextagton, Kr. TTTELL-6ELECTED Course of Study. Spe W lebifdepartmeB ts f or all the ornamental branches. FaaUy nfrSr?! SentbdTniWlS) by 88 feet, four storks, rontkinlnff 135 apartments commodless chapel, nice recitation, ornamental, play aad hnihrooms: warmed by steam and lighted Sith seas. Only two young ladles occupy a rrynm. Cost of Improvements over I1WJW). Charges as low as any school ofleiins equal advknusea In the United States, rail Term commences 8EPTKMB EttS, 1S73. RxTMMCMt-Eld. Robert MUllgan, EW. XT. MoOarvey, Bon. John C. BrccfcUuld. Laxlnaton, Kj.; Hon. Jas. B. Beck. Washing Zm, if. C7; Coll J. P. Johnson, Ualt B&am, Louisville, Ky. r For CXMlmg ffiSESgSgriSF' au7 T. h. HOCKER, Secretary.