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MEMPHIS STJiSrrA.5 MAY 21, 1876.
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rc!Tijyf r o&lon and gold: Sew
Yorz, cotton, lao; ifmnphit, HJc
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1 AS XJBTT-, OCTMK Ck. Hmj. OrriCKX,t
F)T (he glj Sale, Tev'icucc and the
O Li ullqr, atirv and falling bar-
ciclr, MnMJat i0 louthteett teindt,
onlimvd Karm and parity clouds;
vrca'htr, vtttt ra4n fmlltog in (he louth
si unit potHUy the Ohio valley-
A ClIAA'CE MR THE AVAtAXCHE
.V cucu ar, with s 'cat and drinl"
togrsphioal sketeh et Secretary Bris-
t3vr, bu ben received by us,
" V iH by Prkr C. Chandler, chair
man, c& liug for immediate organiutlon
nzd cjtotntTatlott of all the elemoate
Curotl g aref xm of the Republican par
ty. Tne circular h tooed by the "Brio-
taw c jb," of Bduloa, who also promul-
gaie me loitovrtug prospectus:
Tee Brfctovr oiub. of B'Mton.isform
J t' Urn narnoeeof advocating and
tt -notiDK the nominatfon of the beat
a-a to oU1o, parity In elections, and a
reum 10 ine none: givernment or tne
early days of the republic. While wo
free y nxtn zi that there may be an
Ixast diT-reBoe of opinion in regard to
V iUefct pttKon to hll the Presidential
"'. '.e. we oontldestiv rreent the name
f Hon. Bulimia H. Bristow, of Ken-
w representative or teat
it-lty 19 vigor in administration,
z. li AHvom and active hostility to
c rrupuou, watob the times demand.
-arihts I all legitimate and fair,
z 1 1' the frWods of Brlstow can win at
.t tacy ar entitled to victory. But what
djes the Avalanche say to it? Don't
".hit organ of the deer people see in It
a-ither "agent," cr "striker," with
rcney-baga as long as Lenbrle's asa's
car, f jr icafanee? Don't they ten that
o fending out tula circular Brietow'a
f.:?nd are oerrnptlng the land, and that
C!i3 treasurer himself ought to be be
cmirched and befouled by Its lnnnendo
and nuggettto falsi for permitting; wllh-
cut rebuking it? Where Is now the In
nuendo cur cotemperaryhas been heap
ing oa Caiooel Biiley, one or the purest
niea In the State, and npou Governor
li.lsv, tb very embodiment of the
.cilia government it professes to
bold most dew? Why not eet up the
hiwl of purebase aad eals by Btlstow
aad Lis Boston friends, who acknowl-
cjg3 they are In oornspondencB with
Teaiog men in ecli Stale for the pur
pasecf mnri-ig his nomlnaUon? Now
far il, Hr Avalanohe now for a howl I
SAILED to THE COCXIEK.
The machine cdftorlals for Tilden's
r jmluation follow olore upon the ma
h ie 'e.tefseent outby Mr. Boyle from
CaTitden bnru of correspondence at
Washington. The machine fellows
coie with Uie editorials; the letters are
seat through the mails. The machine
4 reformers" do it fystemsticlly, and In
a bu;inefe6-llke way. McmphU Ava
Tha above Is Just now going the ronnds,
ani comes to as marked In the Albany
tN. Y ) Timet, bitterly opposed to Gov
trair Tilden, and we arrest it for the
purpose of laying that it Isn falsehood
from the first word to the last In the
flrst place, the Avalanche, by its own
ctrafesJlop, Is not a Democratic, but an
InJppendent pipsr. That is falsehood
number one eorreoted. In the second '
I lscf, we believe the statement about the
'm-cbine editoiia'a" to be a falsehood,
los.,ise tbe Avalanche has not accom
panied its statement by the production
c f ec s ucb. In the third place, we believe
t'jn . ta'etnent in reerecca to the ma
chins fellows ooming with the editorials
I I L i a falsehood, because the Avalanche
has net gives, and w believe cannot
give, the names of "those fellows," aa T
d n that of Sir. Boyle, of Washington;
and of the identity of that individual we
have very grave doubts. Now the Ava
'anche must either glvo the names, of
"whose felliWa" who are personally dls
triLutiiig machine editorial fjr Tilden,
cr confess that the paragraph above wa3
celled by it cut of whole cloth. Iet ua
have tbe same or names, or forever hold
G. W. FBRQD60K wai examined at
Icnsth ycsUidayby tbe congressional
committee on Louisiana affairs. He
ti! j, among other things, that in Sep
tember and October, 1572, General Sy
r, an tx-member of congress, gave
Li ai a bncdle of pay-rolls, and asked
witness to 4ga them with any name he
clo-e; h tilled up aad signed about fifty
cr six y cf tnose vouchers and returned
then to tiypber, who took them away
and relurned Srilh a package of money,
fijlcg witnoss a salary of ninety dol
lars, and giving him somo money to
give to others whoso names he had
e"r.ed. He also t aid tbat Ex-Senator
Carjenjer had yesterday assured him
thnt, h'-.i statements In regard to DI1
lingLam being tius, he would drop him
heI refuse to defead him. Thus, grad
ually, we are getting at the true Inward
Lf S3 cf things.
F. O. Prince, the tecretary of the
Democratic national oommlttes, has
reital-;tr to the Democratic commit
tee in St. Louie which has charge of the
ar-angements for tbe National Demo
cri:? c -nveallon, in which he suggests
tLat the delegates occupy tbe center of
tin ha;l, and thst each State delegation
ta marked by a dietinctive banner; that
tin r iousof the delegates be assigned
ly re"; and tbat there b room on the
Etae fr about one hundred dlatin-g-'r-b'.l
goes!s besides the ofllsers of tbe
c:nvcntion, tbe prasidenta and vice
r:rcs!dents. Mr. Frioee also says that
ho tm lnveated a device for a ticket of
tiimlsslon which wMl thwart those at-c-irt3
at f.rgry which are always
cai? in UHtioal ooBveotions.
t a s-tloo of the general assembly
cf the Precbylerian churob, at Savan
nah, ycfterday, the committee on bills
asd overtures reported recommendations
cancer: Ing the propoted alliance of tbe
Pr;.1 yterlan churches. On tbe motion
Jo adoi tbe report, Dr. Stuart Robinson,
f L ilsvllle, fpoke for over two hours,
wa'Iy advrcatlng the proposed conn
c.a:J favoriag a free and earnest dis
czu. r f dooirittal questions. The ad
Ore. 3 cs ited unaeoal interest, and the
I"gD v-u.ch was orowdod.
The Federal seaate was in court of
xachment Bearfy all of yesterday's
c: il - and adjourned without reaching
j-::.;ja. la the house Mr. Cate made
a al exptaaation in rtgard to the
c'zvs 3 mate against him In a memo
rlzl r.cr to oongreM by the Wisconsin
Tbe houe went into com
rr. z (' tbe whole oa the naval appro
i r a;:. 3 t:il.
t the funaral of the murdered
Fr. : i ' d Gtiraiaa eoasuis at Salonica,
c c - rt or bMnr was foimed by the
Fr i j i.nd German marines, Turkish
n:'.I. -y ami dvle aathorities and the
tr siid dews of the meu of war in
thi Laruor. ,'AL user- requital to their
'-n'. iu?, fri daBti the countries they
(erred bo faithfully and represented o
A telegram from Waahlngtjn says
that tbe committer on rules bave agreed
to report that Fitzbugb Is an improer
person to be doorkeeper of the house,
and will recommend that the ofllcea of
eergtant-at-arms and doorkeeper be con
Frrznuoii is doomed. He is no
longer as big a man as Grant. The
President decjn't say muofa, whereas
FlUhugh wrote just one latter too much,
Silence is golden.
Frakce yesterday voted twenty-flvb
thousand franca to defray the expenses
of a delegation of working men and ag
ricultural inspectors to the Philadelphia
Geoeqe Peck, D. D., tbe pioneer of
Methodism in middle Pennsylvania, and
brother of Bishop Jesse Peck, died yes
terday, aged seventy-nine year?.
A verdict in the Scbenck matter
will bs withheld until the general can
respond to Cuoesebrougb, the latest and
plumpest witness against him.
Charles Francis ADajih was skct
cd last nlgbt by the Centennial com
mittee of New York to deliver the ora
tion on tbe Fourth of Jnly.
A bill was introduced In the Spanish
cortez yesterday merging tbe Basque
provinces and abolishing their anciect
Tbo Alabama Republican Frnnit Mor-
' ton' Committee Ileport Etc.
Wabhisqton, May 20. Senator
Morton, from the committee on privile
ges and elections, submitted a report in
the caso of Senator Soencer. which was
ordered printed. Mr.Saulsbury, a mem-
oer or tno committee, earn tnat while
be concurred in tbe conclusions of the
committee that there was nothing im
plicating Mr. Spencer in bribery to se
cure his election to the senate, he dif-
reroa rronx tne committee as to the ex
tent of the evidence taken. The allega
tions filed as to tbo invalidity of tbe
l'ghUture which elected Spencer should
have been inqured into, and testimony
on that fiulject taken at some futuro
time. He would state bleily in writing
bis objections and would ask to have
Another Xrlntupli for Captain Ends
Tbe Steamer "5w Orleans" Goes
St. Louis. May 20. R. 8. Elliott, sec
retary of the South Pass Jetty company,
received a telegram from Captain Etds
lo-u&y, stating mat me steamer JNew
Orleans, of the Cromwell line, ol fifteen
feet eight inches draught,passed through
the Jetties this morning. She reached
the Southwest Pass yesterday afternoon,
but finding the ship Birmingham
aground in the channel, she sailed for
Port Eids. arriving there at five o'clock
this morning, and steamed tbrouzh tbe
jetties at full speed, without tbe alight-
THE CU3IBEKLASD CHURCH.
Second Iay of tbe Session of tbe Gen
eral AssemblyThe Scottish Union.
Louisville, May 20 A special dis
patch to tbe Courier Journal team Bowl-
log Uieen, May lajth. says: "lhe gen
eral assembly met this morning pursu
ant to adjournment, and was opened
with praytr by Bev. James M. Kirtland.
One balf hour was employed in devo
tional exercise?, conducted by Bev. G.
"A communication from A. B. Mil
ler, D. D., corresponding delegate to tbe
Evangelical Union of Scottland, was
read and .referred to the committee on
"Ruling Elder A. K. Tyler offered a
resolution protesting against tbe sale of
intoxicating liquors on me centennial
grounds, which was unanimously
"Rev. George Gladstone, correspond
ing delegate from the Evangelical
Union of Scotland, delivered an address
presenting the salutations of his church,
and was responded to in appropriate and
reeling terms by the moderator.
"Lincoln, Illinois, was selected as the
next place of meeting.
" Rev. T. C. Blake, D. D , of Nash
ville, presented the annual report of the
board of publication.
"The assembly then adjourned till
The Boston Knees.
Boston, May 20. The race to-day
between the Faulkner, Regan and City
Point crews was won by tbe former.
Time 20 minutes and 18 seconds, dis
tance one miio and a balf and turn. The
boats came in collision at the end of tbe
first mile, and each claims fraud.
Xnst Day of the EouIstIIIc Koccs.
Louisville, May 20. The Clarke
stake was won by Creedmore, beating
the great Vagrant, Henry O wings and
Lementonian,- in tbo order named.
J?irst Mace Dash of two miles, for
2ju. vagrant was me fAVorlto at big
odds, having previously been successful
in all his attempt?. He was ridden to
day by Babbie Swim, and Creedmore
by Williams. Vagrant got off in the
lead, but Creedmore lapped him at tbe
mile and a half, winning by three
leoKtha. Time. 3:443.
Second Rice Gait house stake, value
SI50U; dash or two and a hair miles.
Won easily by Tenbroeck, Steinbok
second, Damon third, Cruizsr fourth.
Third JiaceiMe heats; consolation
puree. Whisper, Katie Pearce, Kilburn
and Rues Butler started. The first heat
was won in 1 :45 by Whisper, Pearce
second, Kilburn third. The second heat
was wou by Kilburn, Whisper second,
Butler third; time, 1:44. The last beat
was won by Kilburn; lime, 1:48.
Tbe Creedmore and Vagrant race pro
duced more excitement than any otber
event of the week, thousands and thou
sands changing hands.
The Manager Eaconrngcd by the At
tendance Testertlay The Barbar
ism of Ignorance.
Philadelphia, May 20. The pleas
ant weather of yesterday .and to-day has
had a maiktd it flrence on the attend
ance at me Centennial exposition, a
'great increase in the number of visitors
Using apparent. This morning a great
many people bad oolleoted outside of
the gates an hauc and a half before the
time for opening. The question of Sun
day opening is being vigorously dis
cussed, and there is a prospect of at least
a compromise, and a partial, If not en
tire, opening of tbe exposition on Sun
dayr. The question of earlier opening
and later closing of tbe exposition will
also require much attention. Rapid pro
gaei's is made in completing the details
of the various departments, and soon
everything will ba complete. Much
complaint is made of vandalism among
visitors, particularly in tbe art depart
ment, and at last th9 Austrian portion
of the art gallery has been closed until
raillng3 can lo put up, holes having
been punched in two valuable paintings
by umbrellas and canes used as pointers
by visitors. Saveral statues have been
defaced by parties anxious to know
whether marble or plaster was used in
their manufacture, and several exhibit
ors threaten to withdraw their goods
entirely, unlets some measures are taknn
to atop these manlfistations of barbar-
A CflfiPTBR OF ACCIDENTS,
A Passenger-Car Falls from a Bridge,
and Sereral Passong'ors arc Itadlr
Injured The Bergen Tun
DesstrnctiTe Storm Eight Kitchen Ser
Tants Slightly Injured Explosion
of a Railroad Engine nt Chi
cagoStruck by Light
nlfig. Explosion of Firc-Dainn In a Pcnnsjl
Tania 3Ilne Explosion nt the I)u
pont Powder 3IilI at Wil
mington. Another Explosion.
WabhinOtoj. May 20. An explosion
this morning at Duponl's powder mill
Kiucu tour men.
Run over nml IIHIetl.
Detroit, May SO. Mr?. Ira B. Ly
ons was run over by an exprssa train at
Flint yesterday, and instantly killed.
Struck by Lightning.
Clinton, Iowa, May 20. Yesterday
evening lightning BtruJk the large saw
mill of J. 8 tack well, at Lyons, Iowa,
which was destroyed by fire in au in
credibly short time. Lass, sixty thou
sand dollars; uninsured. About olc
hundred and fifty men are thrown out
Tbe Bergen Tunnel Explosion.
New York, May 20 The official re
port of the explosion at the B;rgen tun
nel, at Jersey City, gives the number of
houses injured at live hundred and fifty
two. The damage is estimated at about
one hundred thousand dollars. A large
number of suits have been begun against
the railway compiuy.
Pittsburg, May 20. At one o'clock
this afternoon a 86 vero storm passed over
this city. It was of short duration, last
ing not half an hour, but did consider
able damage. Several buildings were
damaged, but, so ftr as known, no lives
were lost. The lightning elrucs a chim
ney of the new Seventh Avenue hotel,
while the euests were at dinner, and the
falling chimney crushed in the roof b!
the kitchen, elightly injuring eight girls
employed in the house.
lixploslon and Loss of Life.
Chicago, May 0 The engino Com
modore. No. 87, wile standing on a fide-
track of the Lake Shore and Michigan
Southern railroad, preparatory to taking
a train out or ma depot, explodes her
boiler about eight o'clock this inorninc
The explosion caused a terrific shoes,
which uroKe mo gias?, etc., in me neigh
borhood, flung large pieces of iron a
great distance through the air, and bad
ly scalded five workmen, two of whom,
Patrick Coy and Thomas Flynn, will
probably die from their injuries. The
lower part of the boiler was found to
Have become very thin.
Explosion of Flrr-namp-One Slan
Scran ton, Pa., May 20. A terrific
explosion of fire-damp occurred this
forenoon at the Oxford air shaft of tbe
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
railroad company, in this city, by which
one man was killed instantly and four
were seriously injured. The tas, on
catching fire, rushed up the ebaft with
a roar, tearing away tbe steam pipes in
its course and completely shattering tbe
heavy timbers of the tower above ground
and scattering them in all directions. A
man named raff had just stepped into
the bucket a second before the shock.
and he was Hung high in the air, ana
then descended iour hundred leet into
the mine, where he was Bmashed to
pieces. The gas caught from a miners'
Nerlons Bnllrond Accident A Great
Many Persons Injured.
Louisville, M9y 20 A Miilersburg
special to the Courier-Journal reports a
serious railroad accident at Hinkston
station, Maysville and Lexington rail
road. The long span of a bridge gave
way under tbe weight of a north-bound
train. The engineer discovered the
bridge crumbling when one-fourth the
way over. He attempted to return, but
not being able, turned on a full head of
steam end succeeded in getting nearly
over, when the timbers gave way. The
passenger coach only fell into the water
below, the bridge tumbling upon it.
Thirty passengers were inside the coach,
and alt moio or less injured. The fol
lowing injuries are repotted: Mrs. Her
rick, Paris, leg broken; Eli Green, col
ored, Maysville, leg broken; Johu
Sharp, Headquarters, cut aud bruised ;
Wallace Blaine, of Carlisle, dangerously
bruised; Preston Taylor, Mt. Sterling,
ribs broken; Cockerill, callar-bone bro
ken; H. Pickerell, Carlisle, shoulder
broken; Professor Irvin, Paris, badly
bruised; Brakeman Parker, shoulder
dielocated; W. T. Boulder. Miilersburg,
Eerious internal injuries; W. P. Dickey,
Bethlehem, bruised severely, Geo. B.
Fields, Cincinnati, bruised, J. N. Day,
Frankfort, jumped from a window and
was injured. The passeDgers are cared
for by the citizens. Tbe bridge was con
sidered one of the beet on the road.
St. Patrick's Parish School.
On Thursday, the twenty fifth instant,
a grand picnic will be given at James
park in aid of St. Patrick's parish freo
school. Tbe committee in charge ate
marring active preparations to mace tbe
affair one of the most delightful of the
The Confederate Monumental Prome
nade Concert aud Hop.
The management have deemed it pru
dent to change the day of this promi
nent event to May 30th, instead of Juno
1st, as previously announced. The con
cert will be under the musical direction
of Prof. Herman Arnold, whose excel
lent orchestra has been augmented by
tbe addition to its number of several fine
musician?. After the concert a hep will
take place, and we are assured tbat the
event will be of the most enjoyable
character. We notice seventy names of
prominent ladies and gentlemen on the
committees, under whose careful super
intendence the entertainment will bo
The St. George's Picnic.
Brittauia will rule tbo tide of pleasure
and amusement at Jame3 park to-morrow,
on tbe occasion of the eleventh an
nual picnic by the St. George's benevo
lent association. The programme print
ed elsewhere indicates the nature of the
amusements to be enjoyed that day, in
which we call particular attention to the
elegant and costly prizes to ba awarded
the best lady and gentleman waltzsrs.
The committee pledge the public that
tbe bast of order will bo preserved, and
that every effort will be made to make
it the best picnic of the season.
Mendelssohn Quartette Club.
Asesociate members will please take
notice that the ' select muaicale" an
nounced for Wednesday evening, Slay
24tb, will be given at the Memphis club
hail instead, as first decided, ol the hall
of the society. None but associate mem
bers, or those Invited by members of this
class, can attend these very elezant
soirees of the Mendehsohn club, and we
know those favored with a card will be
richly entertained. Prof. Perring is the
musical director of the society, and we
can always lok to him for the very
choicest ol our musical pleasures. Act
ive members will meet fcr rehearsal
Monday evening at e'gat o'clock at the
Memphis club ball.
The Centennial Tournament.
Manager Tracy has promulged the
following rules, which will be rigidly
observed at the approaching grand Cen
The lances to be used weigh three
pcunds and a half; are made of ash
wood, nine and a balf feet long, one and
a balf inches In diameter at tbe butt,
and gradually taper t j a point, whicU is
tipped with sharp metal, and must be
held five feet from the point when tilt
ing. There will be three rings, two and
a half inches in diametsr, at which
three tills will be allowed, except in case
of a tie, when smaller rings will be sub
stituted. Distance from starting point
to first ring forty yardf, and forty jarcs
to tbe seoor.u and third rings; whole
dlsUueo oiMsbusJrtHj and twentyyaros;
timB, eleven seconds. Track straight
from the starting point.
When a knigh:starts, he must assume
all risks pt itainlr g either to himself or
horse, of whatever nature. Excuse?,
such aa ttumbllncr of horfes. breaking
of eaddle-girfhs or bridles, slipping of
saddles, dropping or lances, or maoimy
or kuigbta to control tneir norses, win,
in no Instance, receive attention from
THE MEXIfJA-V VfcTEBAXS.
Sleeting TcMcrdny Hie Question of
-IInlf-yrc to the Centcuulnl
Tno Mexican veterans met at the of
fice of Pillow & Pillow, pursuant to a
call of the president.
.President rmow using oseuv uum
Hianiiv Vlo.PrlftAnt rimlth took the
nhair. Thn mil belnz called, the asso
ciation proceeded to business
Tho iholrmRTl hnvltlL' fltfiitfid "the ob-
ject of the meeting to be the appoint
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meiu or a committee to wuu upou mo
railroads, and, if porslble, obtain free
parage to and rrom tne raiiu-oipnia
Centennial for tbe Mexioan veterans,
Mr Winhor mmrwl that A pnmmittpo be
appointed, consisting of the chairman,
lianerai BO-itn, uapiam jamea jj.uow,
and Dr. White, who should confer with
t Vi a urnnop iwNnna. nnd USA ftVfrrv en
deavor to obtain free passage ts above
A motion was made by Dr. White to
have Mr. J. M. Mitchell enrolled cs a
member cf the association, u.rriea.
A tnntlnrt traa rn drift hv Dr. White
that when the committee ou transporta
tion 16 empowereu to mauo a repuii,
tlinv ho cmnowered to call a meeting of
the association. Carried.
Mr. Fisher offered, in lieu or me aoove
motion, that the committee on trans-
r-vrtatfnn ht amnttpprpfl to nllbligh.
through the newspapers, the result of
their conference with the dlff.rent rail
road agents. Carried.
nrti?, T.'inrOT tnnvAfl that tho Tiro-
ceedlngsof this meeting b9 prepared
anu nanueu tne new-papers iur jjuuuua
Pnntain T.nnw and AfydHtant-Becre-
tary billow were appointed to attend to
After some discussion upon various
topics, the association adjourned.
R (J. Pillow, Asilstaut Secretary.
THE BIERCHANTS TAX.
Judge Emmons Peremptory Orders
a Discontinuance ot' Proceedings
in the btatc Court.
In tbe United States circuit court, in
the case of T. E. Brown va the city of
Memphis, on motion or plain tilt 'a at
torney to have attachment Ifsua against
certain merchants of.Memphls for a con
tempt of court in filing a petition tor
writs of certiorari and supersedeas in
tho circuit court of Shelby county and
for obtaining said writ, and afterward
prosecuting an appeal in the nature of a
wiit of error from tbe judgment of said
State circuit court, dismissing said writs
of certiorari and supersedeas, etc., Judge
Jtimmona ordered a ueciea entered, or
dering said mirchantsto at once aban
don and discontinue the said proceed
ings in the said State circuit court, so
rar us they attempt to stay or mterrero
with the col'ection of the Nicolson pave
ment tax of fifty four cents on the one
hundred dollars of merchants' cap
ital by City Tax-Collector Ssha
per; and a l the several parties
by their attorneys rgree to aban
don aud diaiuin3 the said writs of cerli;
orari and supersedeas, aud that their
said appeals in the nature of writs of er
ror rrom the judgment ol ea;a s:ate cir
cuit court shall have tha effect only of
writa of error without supersedeas, and
that this agreement shall ba entered on
the records of said State circuit court;
whereupon said proseedings for attach
ment for contempt are dismissed. I; is
ordered that, should tho euprome court
cf the United States, at any time, de
cide that this ourt ha not, or that tho
State circuit court has jurlsilic ion of the
matters presented by said writs for cer
tiorari and supersedeas, it shall then be
lawful for said parties to apply to the
supreme court of the State of Tennessee
for a supersedeas to tbe judgment of said
State circuit court dismissing their peti
tions, etc.. and they shall not be taken
to bo guilty of a contempt of court in
making such application.
THE KOKTIilEKN METHODISES,
A Suggestion for the Ilcnelit of I'resi-
dcji(-Makor-Commission on Itcla
t!on With lhe Southern Church.
An Editor for the Ladles' Repository
Elected -Messengers . from tbo Af
rican Church The Woman Ques
Baltisioke, May 20. In tbe Metho
dist Episcopal general conference to
day, preamble and resolutions were read
and referred, reciting that while it ia not
the policy or the purpose of the Metho
dist Episcopal church in any manner to
connect the church with the State, or
to bring politics into our relig'on, yet in
view or me impiety, unuirntuiness and
corruption in public trust?, the confer
ence recommends that the members of
the church throughout the country en
deavor by every just and proper means
to place in all the civil cilices or the
government, only such men as are
known to possess aud maintain true
christian character and principles.
Bishop Harris announced the special
commission on the relations with the
Methcdist church couth, as fellows
Rsv. M. D. C Crawford, central New
York; E. O. Fuller, Georgia; Eev. J.P.
mewman, .Baltimore; Clinton is. urns,
St. Louis, and Enoch L. Fancher.
Eev. Bennett Mitchell, of northwest
ern Iowa, offered a resolution to remove
tbe disabilities of women from holding
oiflc9 In the churcb. Referred.
A resolu.ion was adopted that the
bishops select seven men of thorough
lite ary culture, of whom two shall be
tho New York hook agents, to be added
to the committee appointed yesteidiy,
to take into consideration a change in
the name and scope of tbo Ladies' J2e
posilory. Dr. Wentwortb, the present editor of
the Ladies Repository, made a state
ment of the disabilities under which he
labored in that position.
Dr. Curry thought the Repository de
served a decent burial, as it had outlived
A ballot for editor of the Repository
then took place, fis follows: 287 ballots
cast; necDfsary for a choice, 144. Dr
Cuiry received 87; Steele, 83; Went
wortb, 25; Miss Willard, 36; the re
Oa the announcement of the vote,
members rose in every part of tbe house,
calling for a second ballot and nomina
ting Dr. Curry. The affind billot was
taken, and ol two hundred and eighty
four votes cast, Dr. Curtis got two hun
dred, aud he was declared elected amid
a general clapping of hand?.
By resolution, Bishop Ames was con
gratulated on attaining his seventieth
The bisLop, full cf emotion, acknowl
edeed the cjmplimont.
Tbo report of tbo fratornal messengers
to the African Methodist Episcopal as
semblage at Atlanta was presented, after
which Messengers Dr. Sherman and
Brother Tate, colored, addressed tbe
The committee on the episcopacy
have submitted two reports on the rights
of women es local preachers. The ques
tion was bicugbt before the committee
on the appeal of Mrs. Maggie Vau Cott
against the ruling of Bishop Merrill,who
refused to ordain her to a dcaconate be
cause the was not n local preacher, the
unircrm interpretation or the discipline
in all cases being that women cannot
be eligible to that cfllie. The subject
has not yet been acted upon by the con
ference. The committee on the state of tbe
church ba? submitted a report on tbe
expediency of dividing certain confer
ences lu the south. The question of di
vision involves tho color line. The re
port concludea with the following re
commendations: First That where It ia the general de
sire of the members of the annual con
ference in tha southern work, that there
should be no such division of such con
ference Into two or mora conferences,
and where It is not clearly to be seen
that such division would iavor or im
prove the 8 ate of tbe work In any con
roreuce, and where the interests and
us3fulnefs ol even a msjorlty of the
members cf euch conference, and of the
members of tha churches in euch con
ference might be damaged or imperiled
by divisions, It is the opinion of this
general confer en co that such division
should net be made.
BMXJnd Taat whenever It shall be
requested by a largo part of the mem
beis of any annual conference in our
southern worb,. clearl and naturally
expressed, that such ponference should
be divided into two or more conferences,
and whenever it shall appear that the
interests of the worS would bs promo
ted by tuch division without any dam
age to any part thereof, It isthe opinion
of this general conference that such di
vision should be malls.
Adjourned. ' .
The Trouble Jfear Wowivllle Endcd-
I'olltlcslladXothiuirtoDo With it.
TSsXf Orleans. May 20. The follow-
intr dljnatch from the sheriff of Wilkin
son county wllFexpIaln the troubles in
tbat section. JSo particulars r.s to me
number of killed and wounded .have
been received, but It is known that the
number hai beea greatly exaggerated:
woodvilix, Miss., May 19.
To Governor Stone :
Quiet has baen restored throughout
the county. The trouble could have
been avoided, had tie colored people not
tired into my posse. They were advised
by their leaders to kui tne watte people
from the cradle up. I have arrested
some of the ringleaders, and may got
more. Politics had nothing to do with
tbe affair. Prominent colored men were
with me in the attempt to pacify them,
but they would linen to no advice, i
apprehend no further trouble.
Implacable Opposition to tho Enjoy
ment of the Centennial Exposition
by tbe People.
New Yobk, May 20 In the Presby
terian general assembly to day it wes
announced tbat the Preabyterisn alli
ance be convened in Edinburg, Scot
land, July 4, 1877. Tho annual report
on home missions showed the organiza
tion of fifty-eight churches and two
hundred and ten Sunday-schoole. The
receipts the past year were two hundred
and eighty-eight thousand dollars; ex
penditures, two hundred and eighty-four
thousand dollars. Dr. Beadle went to
Philadelphia last night on behalf of the
committee in regard to closing the Cen
tennial exhibition on Sunday. Dr. Prime
hoped the assembly would go to Phila
delphia in a body to attend the unveil
iDg of the Witherepjon statue, and sug
gested that an opportunity might then
occur on meetiug with the Centennial
board, thereby giving greater weight to
their opposition to the proposition to
desecrate the Sibtath. Adjourned.
Clrcnit Conrt Jlelskell, Jndge.
Calendar for Monday. Nos. 3442,
3486, 3683, 4302, 4303, 4304, 4323, 4352,
4353, 4354, 4355, 3356, 4357, 4358, 4378,
4379, which came over from Friday's
calendar, and 4397, Barnett vs Seligman
et al; 4393, Orgll Bros & Co vs Stewart
et ai; 44UU, Johnson vs Southern Lire in
surance company; 4401, City of Mem
phis vs M'Maban; 4402, same vs Bettis;
4403, Brennanvs Norrls; 4404, Bchaper,
tax-collector vs Hanson; 4405, Rwvs
Greer; 4406, Thomas vs Miles; 4407,
City of Memphis vs Woods; 4410, Steele
vs Brown; 4412, Helen Baun vs Shelby
county; 4413, Buck et al vs Heinrich et
al; 4414, House vs Gillam; 4415, Wolf
& FrauK vs Robertson; 4416, Gavin vs
Eliff; 4417, Boggan vs Lanahan; 4418,
Bsnkhead vs Gaston; 4419, City or
Mempbbivs Jones & Baldwin; 4420,
City of Memphis vs J. B. Cook; 4421,
City of Memphis vs John Sullivan; 4423
EunisvsNoiand; 4424, Otto vs Wil
Hams; 4426, Dowdy vs Shelby; 4427,
Cook vs Washington Fire insurance
company; 4428, Raggio vs White; 4429,
Warren vs Williams; 4430, Mey berg &
Co.vs Andrews;4431, Buckett vs Hickey
& Barllett: 4432. Bheffers vs Robinson.
KIRJJY. At the residence of Joseph Brooks
E-q., Bldgeway, on Friday, May 19th, the twin
Eonsof Jso.A Kii'.itY.
Attention, Knights of Innisfail.
NAYLON.-TheKnlghteot Innisfail are re
quested to meet al their Hall, on Second street,
MONDAY morning, May2M,at eight o'clock,
sharp, prepared to attend the funeral of
-iiiojiAS aylon. isycraoroi
JAMKH K. FOX, President,
M, Cosiello, Recording Secretary.
Hm O. O, 3F".
THE members of Harmony Lodge
Mo. 199, are i equeated to meet
ai their new Hall, contheast cor
ner Beale and Hernando streets, on "Ssa
lo morrow (MONDAY) evenlnir.at S o'clock,
Members ol Sister Lodges are Invited to attend.
iiyorcier u. v. u. ukuuk, h. u
1). A. McOmbek, Secretary.
I.nte with Mcnlien Bros.,
MM & CLOAK MAKINi
Wo- Ill KONKOE STREET
Attention, Knights Templar.
THE members of Cyrene Commandery, a
No 4, K. T., are hereby ordered to at- Vy
tend a regular conclave, to morrowV
(MONDAY) evenln?. at 8 o'jlock. lor transac
tion of business. Resident and visiting fraters
uie courieousjy invuea.
By command iD. WORSHAM, B. C,
T. J. Babcuus, Recorder.
HAIR GOOD! AT COST!
WIsnrNO to retire from business, I offer
my entire s octc of Hair Goods below
cost, consisting or Jiriius, unns, Frizzes; also,
a lot of Tors. All having orders lelt with me.
wl'l please call, or the goods will be sold for
cuarges. xue saie wiu continue tniny uays.
J1U. 31. i,. KODXfK,
NO. 269K MAIN ST., opp. Court Square.
Watches and Spectacles.
WATCHES repaired In the best style by T.
HOKli. A very select assortment of
Watches for sale at very low prices. Also, a
large assortment ot Spectacles, at 71 lleale
ktreet T. NOEL.
WHITfl (MF MINER SL 8PRIH68
KOUSTAIN II K ILTH BE80BT,
ONROE COUNTY, EAST TENNESSEE
win oa onencu ior tne reception oi euests
on the first of June, 1876. There springs are
Mtuated on Chllhowee mountain, HI teen miles
southeast of Mouse Creek, Tennessee East
Tenn., va. ana ua.xt.jv. iw auuve too
surrounding valley, aad 5W0 to 40O1 feet above
Rates of Board Per day, 12; per week," 310 50;
per month (June), 833; per month (after J une),
g-10 special rates to faml.lej; hack-fare one
way, 52; round trip, $3.
For pamphlets giving analysis of water,
temperature and full particulars, addrrRH
r J. H. MAQ1LL, Proprietor,
Mouse Creek, Kast Tennessee.
Vfo cordially recommend the White Cliff
Springs to the citizens of Memphis as a splen
aid summer resort lor health and comfort.
Thn mountain scenery Is beautiful; the mtn--rii
waterrllaro fine, and the hot 1 la new.
scaclous and weU-kept. JOS. LKNO'NV,
Knights of Honor.
t SPECIAL MEETING of Memphis Lodge,
A r o. 196, wUl be held MONDAY evening,
May M.at No 2)3 Second street, at 8 o'clock,
f nr ronlerrlns degrees and dispatch of busi
ness. Visiting brothers fraternally Invited,
Ryoraer j. iiAitv r.i Aiiucs, i.
J. H. OllEXOWisTH, Reporter.
X,Itrarj Committee of the I. O. B. P.,
nils Jc-ve., 2im jnsi., bi s:ia onarp.
1. E'ssay: "Luck." By Mr. N.D. Menken.
"German Recitation: "Das AugenUch
Acer." Mr. J. A. Gronauer.
3. Reading: lnai ooene lrum lao x icitwicji
Papers. Mr. Gus A. MiUus
4. Debate: "Would it be proper or expedient
m niirtrlfrn tbe freedom of the press?" Affirm
ative Messrs. Wm. Frank and Jos. Doemberg.
Negative Messrs. D. sscnioss ana ai.r reiuert;.
Members and their families admitted,
myg) EinV. OOLD3MITU. Secretary.
JAS. 11. CHALMEIW. H. H. KING
CHALMERS &. K1IYG,
Frmrti Jt'oim, jajss.
Will practice In Tunica, Coahoma and Bolivar
counties; also the U.S. Court at Oxford.
OUR CASH PHASES
AT THE LATE
ENABLE US TO SELL
Which, ones In a Hundred Years only, may
be had, and are advertlEod for this
week as follows:
Striped Sllkr, e2cper ymd.
Black 81lk,65c per yard.
Si lb aad Wool Iron Greuntlln8,33e yd
French towns, J2$c per yrd.
Linen Liwr, 15c per yard.
Casilmerta, W8c per yard.
Victoria Lnwcs,13c ptr yard.
Frencn Organdies, 50c per ynrd.
Npangled Tarlatant. 65c per yard.
While Tarlatan?, SOc per yard.
2000 yards J)res Goods, So per yard.
Oar 910 Paiascli for 85.
Oar 83 Pnrasola for 83.
Oar $3 Parasols far 83.
Oar 83 Parasols for 81.
Onr8l Parasols forCOc.
OUB BEST. HAraSOHBBTFBIHTS
at So per yard.
Oar Newest and Ciiolctst Prints, at 8c.
Oar FIno and Superior 1'rintg, 8c a yd.
Yard-ffide Flrst-Clasj Bleached Mnsllna
at 9e per yard.
YarMVlde, Yerj Best Bloichcd Jlusllns
at lOKo per yard.
Onr $2 Fans far l 25.
Oar $1 25 Cans for 75c
Oar 75c Fans for 60c.
Our SOc Fans for 20 atd 23c.
ALL ECRU LACES AT COST!
ECRU LACE S il QUES AT COST !
GREAT CLFARING SALE OF
lY AT COST!
Opened New Ecra Nets.
Opened NewGaipare Nets.
Llama LaceSacqurs. worth $12, for $3,
AlMYool Dress Goods at Cost,
FfiBHOH VAiMGiEM MOBS !
Will fcllpse ntd distance everything
whlcb bin ever Iierrlofori been at
tempted in the way of nelliK li np Dry
HEBZO& & BRQ.,
No. 259 aiain Street.
BARBOUR'S STRAWBERRIES (fresh pick
ed), 52 per case of 21 quarts.
OLIVErt, FINNIE & CO.
BY agreement, I will sell to t&o highest bid
der, on June 20. IS76. at my offlco. No. Stil
Fr mt street, the assets of the firm of Watkins,
Mitchell & Co., Including 1US0 acres or land in
cross county, Ars. w.r. WA'tKiwa.
May 20, 1876.
Confederate Monumental Fromo
SSTSEAIiED BIDS FOR THE PRIVILEGES
of the Promenade Concert, at the Exposition
Building on the evening of June 1st prox.,
will bo received by me, nt the Cotton E:
change, between the hours of twelve and one
o'clock, until the 23th Inst.
P. W. SEMME3. Chm'n Committee.
REDUCTION OF BOARD
A T THE CELEBRATED ROCKBRIDGE
. Alum Spkixgs. Owlne to the depressed
condition of tbe country, the proprietor has
determined to lower his charges, that all may
be able to derive the benefits from the use of
these Justly celebrated waters. They need no
recommendation, since they have so fully es
tablished their efficiency through the thou
sands who have been brought from death's
door to renowed health by the use ot their
wonderlnl medicinal waters. Hlnce last sum
mer the Chalybeate Spring, which was opened
last vear. has been thoroughly analyzed bv
Professor M. B. Harden, of the V. AI. I., of
Virginia, anu oy comparison snows n io do
fully aa strong as" Rawley " ot carbonate of
Iron, having a small quantity more than one
and a small quantity less than the other two
spring". So in addition to the water tbat has
made these springs so famous, the proprietor
takes pleasure In announcing that be can fur-
ntsn mose wno may neeu io urinu e:mer sep
arately or In connection with the more cele
brated waters of these springs a pure carbon-
ato ox iron jcnaiyueaiej water, mirrar i
none, and equaled only by Rawley, In this
State. This at the very cheap rates, with ac
nommodatlon fullvuD to any previous year.
First month of four weeks, S60; twomonth?.
eleht weeks, siuo.
Professor J. 8. Davis, University of Virginia,
Send for circular. JAMES A. FRaZIER,
DELIGHTFUL. HUMMER KCSOItr.
POINT CLEAR, ALABAMA.
THE most delightful and attractive Sum
mer Resort In the South, situated on a
point of land J uttlng out Into Mobile Bay .only
ten miles from the Gulf of Mexico. Finest
surf bathlDg.flne nshlng.bontlnj and driving,
and a constant salt breeze from the gulf.
The Hotel Is entirely new, and one of the
most extensive and comfortable in the coun
try, containing all modern conveniences.
Board per day S 2 5)
Board per week...... 15 ))
Board per month 60 00
Dally communication by swilt steamers
with Mobile, which is only one and a half
Hotel opens for visitors on Juno 1st, and re
mains open summer and winter. For further
particulars ad d ress
HENRY C. BALDWIN & CO.,
myg) Mobile. Ala.
PJSR1SMPTOB! PUBLIC SALE
Yance Street Residence and Building
11H ROUGH my agents, Trezevant 4 Co., I
wlU sell, to the highest b.dder, at public
Tnnrtdny, Hoy 33th, at 12 o'clock.
on the southwest corner of Main and Madison
streets, the property now qwued by me, situ
ated on tbo north side of Vance street, east of
DtSolo. The house is No. 221 Vance s'reet, and
Is a one-story frame, bavins 8 or 10 room".
The lot to be sold with the hjuce Is 69 feet
front bva depth of 150 fen, has a nice front
yard, handsome shade and fruit lree, rofe-
nusnes anu grapevines, wuu a sine curriago
way leadlug to tho rear; good cistern, stable.
etc. A more partlcnUr d scrlptlon Is deemed
unnecessary, as parcuasers are inviied to ex
ammo tto premises, which will be shown by
the person now In charge. The adjoining RO
feet of beautiful level ground will oe -divided
and sold in two lots ol SO feet each. Terms of
Hale Half cash, balance U and 12 months,
with interest, secured Dy aee: in uusi-iue
purchaser to nay the taxes of 1876. A deposit
of ten per cent, on the bid will be required at
tho time of sale. Proposals for the purchase
ol the property on private terms will be re
ceived until day oi sa e. l piaco me properly
on the market to be sold, and there will be no
backout on my part, If there are any Mils
tbat mean business. WILLIAM COX.
Trezevant & Co., Agents. mylS
ICE CHS AM PARLOR.
!ce Cm Sin,
RE-0PESIXG OF A. llERTO.Vi STAM)
Cor. Poplar ncil rointh Bis.
1MIE purest Ice Cream servrd to order, for
. Individuals or famill.s. Hatlsfaetlon guar
anteed. New!y-flt!d pario-s for visitors.
Cake, Candle, and Rnerl ConTections oon
slantly on hand, rati (.rut enjoy the cheap
and good luxury. Fairs and Picnics tnppUed
on accommodating u-rms and at reduced
ratea. Being rupplied with the most complete
machinery we can mmnifHCUu-e one huudrtd
and forty gallons in ivi-rlve boons, and con
sequently cxn am! win -Iic'.ihd iijtT
6. IS. MOILT dfc BBOi
30 SLUa SI.. o. PelMly MaKI,
Always on hand, a large aiw! twent of Me
tallic Cases and Caskets, and Wooden Coffin
of overy description.
Orders by te'egraph promptly filled, inc3
Casoa sliirpal O O. l
JAMES FLAHJt Ti ' -. J. .rtJLLlVAN
317 end SIS Seswd Street,
Elegant Bobox, Gnts ttcite, and all kinds ol
oan Trimmings for sale. Special attention
ptd to tho RftmnvtJ of fUvmatnp tvlfi
No. 283 S3GOM3D STSSST.
trom uiemch I1 thrin
uuJs.LteihiHiid know on
Courtshin. Mamae. the
anu Itcv lotions of tii
Sexna 1 r tcm. how to cure
all kind of Dis-asc, w 'h hundred of valuable receipts,
T ho should ma nr .the impedimenta to mamage, their na
ture and cure. TrtatB on all Dicasrf, rally eipfaimrt? Uteir
cauvi. lymptomsand tnr&ns tu cure, ltisifieonljrrally
ecnlc work otthe kind ctpi- pobIihed. and is complete
in evp ry repert. Sent scmrcly aeaieil on rpt ot 0 rts.
AiMrrj, Ir C A Boijanna. 613 Horth iTihU street.
Sr. LoTUf.-M--. E-iaib -Vd id i
0 An fflnitrttedTPorVf
Sra pages, a private counMot
fey to the married and mar
riageable on the myitenrs
of the aaxual BTstem, its abcdrs,
eta.. latest discoveries tn tha
Ffe V n iu' rm t rurucevi nriiiwimuuui ink kt
be truly happy in the married relation. Male and female,
young and middle ad should read and preserve it; it
loutaina information, wiich no one can adorn to be with
out! on how to preserre the health, and complexion, and
pi veto faded cheeks the freshness of youth, the beet ami
only true Marriage Guide in the world. Price Sto cents
by Mali. Tho author may bo consulted personally or by
mail on any of the subjects mentioned in his worruAddre
Dr. A. O. OLtf, 13J Washington sU, Chicago, UL
ThirtT veara einerieneetn tiie treatmpnt of fiotnal and
Chronic Biseaseaofbth rtxi-s
b-9gw for then
rnyaioioficai view ex Jxiarnaea
hemarriedand those contenin.atmc
n; e mirriue, oamemyvriesoT rfproonct-
inn unJ thft tui-n-t mfimiitiMnl vnnth.
PTTj! marriLge, oathemytTieaof n-prod act-
manhood and tromanhood AnilitiftratedbookntfjOpagrs.
for pnrate readme, whicb should be kept under loea. and
key. Sent under tea! t'rWcts.
A PRIVATE MEDICAL TREATISE on all disea
of a Private Nature in both sexes, the abus and di
orders otthe sexual trstrm. and tho means otcure.ljOpagM
w ltli enprarin-, stnt uniLrscal toraS cts,
IJEDICAL ADVICE on Sexual and Chronic IK,
Seminal Weakness Catarrh. Cancer, Rupture, the Op:nm
Habit, lc , a 50pa'- work sent under seat tor IV cts. All
threo books cfntam mg 460 pages andev( rvtltinjc worth,
kno-vrinsonthef.nlji.Tt, scut securely sealed oa re
ceipt of 60 cts Adtlrt-st, Dr. Bj4s' Dispensary,
No.12 N. 8th St., St. Louit, Mo. Ci-at-tbinhtd
rpHE copartnership heretofore existlns be
I tnrnon I. K. Peters and K. 11. Leidr. under
the rlrra name and style of I. F. Peters Co.,
Is this day dlssol veu oy muruai consent, i. r .
PetorK will continue the business at the old
stand, under tho same firm name. All per
sons lnuoDlcu to 1. t . l-eiersis to. are reupeci
fnlly reqaesterl to make immediate paymont
to mm. oiempnis, jaay io,n.
309 3Xvl.xa. Strooti
ITmler 1'eHbrxlr lintel Menmhi. Turin.
half barrels Roe Herring,
tierces Canvased Hans,
boxes Csnvaseil Erentfst Bacon,
backets Fairbaeks Lard,
tierces Fdlrbaiiks'rt Lard,
half birrels Fdbbanks'3 Lrd,
cs. Ffllrbanks's Lard, la C A- !5 tins,
barrels SilrerHOon Heal,
barrels SHyerniotm Hour.
OLIVFS. FINNIE k fiO.
CORDH BB8T OjOALITY 8TOVH.
wood S4 69 to 15 r corrt. delivered.
Inquire at levee, loot of Union -treei, or cu
JUS. uoramiwoa jtereuani.
a223 JiO. t Howard's How.
-JL,JL A-r -JLHJL
Wo ttIU offer SPECIAL BABHAINS
GOOD), end a
w 1 w
At 75o, $1 azid $1 25 each.
OnK EJiTIHE USE OF
i&RSEILLES QUILTS AT & GREAT REDUCTION
ll-i at $125, $1 75, 2, $ 50, and great bargains at $3, ?3 50, and upward,
VK ALSO CALL ATTENTION TO SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
BLEACHED MB BROWN TABLE DAMASKS
Napkins, Huclc and Damask Toirels and Toilinettes.
EiCMEDSON'S SOFT-FMSH EODHD-TflSBAD LINENS
From 25c to $1 per Yard.
10 4 LINES SHEETING AT 75c, 85c 1XD $1 FEB YAK P.
11-4 LINES SHELTTSG AT $t 25 FEB YARD.
12 LI SIX 8HEETING AT $1 60 AND $1 65 PER YARD.
Wo would request particular attUntloa to our DRESS-MAKINtyJEPAKTMENT, under
the superintendence of MME. MARRE. Ladles desirous of possessing an Elegant and StyllJh.
Summer Costume, at a moderate outlay for Its
style and price. DO NOT KAIL TO OIVE US
242, 244 tm 248 mm
m STYLES POPuL
CALL ATTENTION TO THEIR LARGE INVOICE OF
AT REMARKABLY LOW
Is still complete. Remember ire guarantee our better qualities Grenadines
PURE SILK AMD WOOL.
LADIES' LINBH & MOHAIR ULSTBES, FOB TEAYSLIN6,
L1DIIS' AND MISSES'
LINEN, ECRU and GRENABINE SUITS
NEW STYLE UUSTOMES OPENED DAILY.
OVERDRESSES M.D BASQUES IN TES HBW CASSS2EEB LiCE
lam Since Jacques, at Malf JPrlce
LLAMA LiCE P0IWS AND 0YEESEIETS,
AT KEDUCaD PRIf E3,
261 and 233
OPFEB COMPLETE LINES OP
FINE SCOTCH WORE,
mmm & registebbd effects.
273 Milll 81,
J. T. WAESB1 & CO.
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
FOREIGN FRUITS, AMERICAN AND EKGLISH PICKLES,
Catsup, Sances, Canned Goods, Fish, Seeds, German Produce,
Hoap-Stuff3, Condiments, FlaToring Extracts, Etc.
FANCY GR0CESIES IN ENDLESS YARIETY.
t&-Orders by Mail Promptly Attended TonBs
N08. 64 ASP 66 WEST SECOND STREET, CINCINNATI,
A. AGC JJSO & CO
IMPORTEBS AND 3JAXRS IN
WineSylAquors and Cigars
No. 324 THO ST STREET. MEMPHIS.
aolo Agent for Coolt'H
DR. J. J. ROSS,
Surg'oon. DO o n.tlnt.
SOS MA1V STRRET.
EXTRACTED W1THOO . I'AlX,
hrtmvnm ot purMtru
j tin Sck1 Btaap far hla IXftital Maasal oa
Um are smA jreberyalloa olUst caWral teeth.
Io L1NEISS and HOU'E-FURNISHDIO
Iarga lorolee of
LJ FT ni III T
confection, can here be accurately salted, la fit.
STEEST, COR. JEFFERSON.
PRICES! OUB STOCK OF
A. B. VACCARO
Qla.na33.t3 a. grrxo Impozj
STSNOGR APESR. '
JAS, WALSH, STBHOGBAPHEE"
AR PRICES !
- -a- -
38 North Court Street; ' "4A1-
uU;o-- a. t,iuu; jiv
IJVllMBWB reported la Qsorfe
. ef- '
U1 ,JllHi it
fi til'.'XBHt ti