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THEJB MEMPHIS DAHrl: XlJPEAlJ---TIJESI.Y. JTJDSTJE 1. 18SO.
IRIM1B JIBlQi i
Determined to Keep up the
Stranger Attractions Than Ever
Onr Ore ood, Silk. Matin, Wrap. Mantles, mnt all go.
e nllfra line of all ahadew of Matin at 50 cents,
We utter a line of all shade of Hatins at 75 cents,
Weolli ra line of all shades of Hallos at $1.
A line of Colored atin de Lyons at S5 cen.s.
A line of Tainted Foulards at 75 cents.
Ilouhle-fold all-wool Huntings at 45 rents.
I. ace Huntings at 25 cents.
Wraps and Mantles at 33 per cent, under cost.
Ilest Fancy Parasols way below cost.
ISalance ol onr Japanese Parasols below cost to close.
Koveliiesln l.act and Trimmings at cost.
J. isle l,ce and Kid Ulove, best makes, at exact cost.
I.lnen isuits. Clatters and lulers at cot.
Attractions extraordinary in Milliuerv Department.
500 cases of lovllles, bougbt under value, and offered tre
Our line of 915 to S25 Imported Hats offered at tbe uniform
price ol 9lO,
$IOand 8l Hats oflertd at 95 and $0.
Tlioussnds and thousands of Leghorn) oflored 50,75, and 91.
Fayals and Y'edos In all varieties.
ICest Flowers and Feathers at ball price.
Hargalns immense In all departments.
A in t'KKJI KNTM.
X. BKII(.Kr'rt PAHIrU HCHOtlli
At jestlval Park, Taeaday. June lt.
RTA FfNK 8THING BAUD OP MUSIC IN AT
TKMJA.NCtt. JKtKtl' flUOnLIUHT KtlKIOS
ON BTKAMEa CONS MILLAB,
Under Uie auspice of the
Ladies of St. Teter's Church,
THCBKUAY JUNK S, 18SO.
Boat learn foot of Monioe street at 8 p.m.
Good Goods. . .All Sizes. ..Just KecelTed,
.37S Main street.
lil AR-RINMS AND BRACELETS At 79 Main ft
Jl owner em have tteiu puling CUartres and
T niTlng iimix-ny H HI imp.
KODfl.t ,.l KOAUU.
MRS. COX. !I?J Kifih nvemi. eorner Tenth s'reet.
Nnrto k siiinr.or board, elegaut rooms;
9111 wwS'v; h21h'1t
MUa. U. a. JfMil.Va.
115 KA-T 28D T . NKW YORK,
offers, on June Is', h aac-ond noor and othr rooma.
with board, to ftmillea going to Near Yoik tor tiie
auuimrr or transient Iv.
ROOMd Mce lurnlttlieo rooms, clirap. Hi
N KR M IN STREET.
V A AIM.
77 7"T.. .. tuiumneil, for man
mu.it be very nenr Court tqunra.
K. M. M.. this ouice.
rriKN IXII LAUINDHY W MKN At the Blul!
jL CUi Laundry. Apply at.'IOQ a-cond street.
" 1 OOD CCOK No IncurrflirtinoM.
J ai No. 150 Adams street.
OktB And Buggy Harnms; mutt be r-besn.
n . this ifBce.
) - bH I K T w A K KKd Arid 20 Button-nolemakers,
yj at Court, cor. Bcnnd. heiio'i't Ptirtalan Shirt
Hctory. Apply in Mondivy. between 10 and 12 and
a and 4 o'clock.
f I Mi exchariKe two country Usees for 10 or 20 acres
l kihki land n-Mf mo city, aiiltMble tor horticul
tural Hardens MBHHH K LORAL. COMPANY.
iOHN MILL- To buy a JI0 orUfl Inch btraub Un
J der iiiniier Mill torCorn; m-ooiiiI hand. Id good
Order. Adores K UMiMV MI..L.-4,
Rot HI. Prwnvllle, Tenn.
tUl liA i IO. - In Liiuk biwiii. ps, wholesale or r-
tli; twrn i KNirsrXixMlruoe; aailH'actorr refer
ence given. AiMrt-ws
M., 230 1 Main U
aBoTUMI STALLIOrtd Ott SEASON OF
1 SHA We have anon of Kyw1KH' ' Hamll
Ionian," and a sun ot Dr Herr'a ' Matubrluo
nlclin," and a I run stylish black Jack, which we
beep for public service. We Lave hue pastures, and
araze borsra and umles for thcclir
UUUU 1). NU JOHN R. GREER,
fix nol-s mni hfusi ni the city.
NICK coTTAliK HO Alarshall aveuue; 7 rooms
and baseuiei I; Hue shady yard; 2 good ola
U-riif; all In No. 1 uruwr. Ajipiy at ntf PouTar st.
"L'OOiltj-Meiitrel, rll lurnllli-U, 12 rooms on
XV BluRs. near bustueKs; lame grounds fu 1 trull;
bathroom, barn, eie. ; nood vie of river, city, kot
einuient bullUmiis, etc.; Kill rout for the summer to
good family. J. tiul.P-'HUHV. Uavxnioit, 1-wa.
uDqiv-a !iKf hiiu euiiiiuotiiuui utuse, con
In nlnit Ihlrieen rooms, and two detached COT-
TAUKS of lo rooms vauh. a KOod srirlng and
atardeu sil, at cewauee, Tumeosee. Thtt bouse
Is pailly lurnlslied, and Is suitably located for a
bourdlLiKhouae aud hotel, for terms, pic, apply to
T. 1L AHMd'l KOMi,
B-wnnee. KiHukltn county. Tenn.
KOOM Larite unf urnlalied front room, with small
room coimectli K, ean be had, wllh good board,
aija Court street. Berwrynues rwqulrrd.
T3oOMa Kuriiished or utiitirntxhed, single or In
I suits, wlihuut board; auarlmenta suited tor
fiiht bousektring, at 101 .IrOonon street
"iUOMd uriilnhed rKins, fti loH per mouth,
I at IP7 jHtfpr.oii trl
rpU JAMK3 ANIEHS')N PLACE Kear Gill's
JL Station. Tlirt d-liln Is rew, roomy ana
bandsome, with modern Inn rovencnts, and at
tscbed am stxlern ai'ies ot Und. well Inclosed, In
the trct. An attractive lan. wttb many bt-auilfut
a:iade trees, surround I to" dwelling, making It a v ry
ticslratile sumuier rvsldeiic. t Ills (irotrrty Is ot
trrvd at prlvnl.- s.Oe, tolhx blwhrst btd.irr, until June
fln. up lo which onr, at 4 u'cioik p in , bids may be
Inadx to the rttcrrlary, at the i til -erf the Srcurlty
Huildl a Arsociai wii. H Madison street. The right
to am and all bids Is rvaeivei. The lllte Is
w irrnniwl Tbiiiis strt' t f cash. By order ot the
Hoard or Dlrpotor. A S. LI VKRMORU, Pies'U
f. B. Jonks. Swrrtnry.
"XT a" t"rft lit MH-L.wwl la a rub Ivu
cratt' cuunty tn Knituvky. Long eartliheJ,
ai.d doliiit a so d buliima. Pressra and tyiie first-
class and a I new. Ill Ileal lb leaeon lor wanting to
ell. or lufoiuiatlou nt'ply to
At'PkAL, Memphis, Tenn
1LCH COWS AND HKKK i;T tLK-Krr tale
cbrap, at J. A. (UKniwr a tu a.
til Monroe street.
fjINK phi IT KAhM- Half nitie from Hetuando,
J' at ; KHI acirs; lino boue, sultaO for sum
mer residence or Invetnieiit. Address
J.-.KrU iri'OI'MAN. Hernando, Miss.
II UlicK- On JtfleiNii slieei tx'enued, Nik
J J eight roouis; latge Jitiu; leims cull or Uuis,
with uiteiesb Apply to
L. w. HUMES, !!K Madison St
l)lLHAHt-1 AHLK Kino Bruuswtca make;
1) slantiaid site; nearly new Apply lo crystal
Palace ealooii. " m a to.
I JKI.MIMI A.Ml HIMIKKK MaT&KIAL gul'e
I a larvo oiiantttl ol sro lni-nanu material lor
sale. In u,umule to suit puit-tiastira, 1 tie above
malarial nu prises Hie psiMbilshinent ol the late
Bone Pruiuug company, wuicn we now own.
d. C. IJJl'l' Memphla
T.Nt.INK AM Bill LKB-ahaltlng. pulleys and
A2j bangers, lonu leie. J. V. P4THICK.
Li,l-t,l hlNH AM CHUN-MILL, CHEAP In flrst
P elass order, II appticattou Is made Immediately
eiitftue 12 Inch ct Under and 24-lucb stroke. Also. I
bleaui Hie KiiKtoe. ot Latin s make, Ctnclunali.
Inquire hi 1'nri-eiil, rsliot' I yrt etliul street
wirsTHKTOir TEE rU TEN DOLLARS
ti ild Killings Two Dollars
Hilar, anil I in Kllltnvs One Dollar
baa and Kit m. mm. each fifty Ceuia
CHARLES N. ERICH,
DIRECT IMPORTER OF
French & American China,
Aiar-Klxtarra. Mirrors, fie.
4st4raple PIsimI lAwlTea, .-staira,et
' Hotel suil nemjawit Ware.
321 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn
public interest ia their
ERZ0G & HO
T A DIES WISRINti
fnnet wnrk of all kind", crochet and darned lie
nit: also, stainnlne for diami nes ana compass
call at Mrs. C. . VALENTINE' .U1X Main street
L)UCK BYE SALVE OK PILES- sjoid by all drug-
19 gists. f0 cnrs perhottTTi
r'VR. J. D. WHITE Office 243 Main rtreet, Mem
yj phis Dear locto: Kor
ten ( 1 0) years 1 suf
fered from three Klstula. and aside irom tne ion
tnnt naln. which often confined me t my bed, I
nt upward of a thousand dollars In being treated
In wew iora ciiy enn eisewuere, wuuou. wurui i
aini under lour treatment, and was speedily re
lieved, while 1 continued my business without Inter.
ruptlon. I fe-1 It an act of Justice to you. and a duty
tc othrs wno may De suneriog rroin nae causes,
make this statement of facts Very respectfully,
EDWARD L STIMld, 216 Main it
Hay 29, 18S0.
DR .1. T). WHITE : One who has suffered as
have with Piles and Klssu'e for twenty ye us, should
fael forever grateful to the physician who gave him
rsltef. But 1 shall not be satisfied till I hove made
koown to others who sutler in like manner tbe s-ilu-
liry etlecls I experienced trom your treatraen'. l
bsd been confined to my bed over ihree weeks, and
in two dajs alter you were called to attend me I fell
f?ll enough to visit you at your office, and In a week
1 waaab'e ro resume my business ai inecoiion-nueu
Hespecttui'y touts, -tueim l,. w r,n-
'ItWO COWS AND UfcIKEB-5 REWARD Frem
Nelson s tarm. on the Paducah road, near
ilenooe, two sows and one heifer: one of tbe cows
rellow, with wP e boms; the other black, with
white face, back and breast; the belter Is brown and
title color. Any Information should be sent to 72
(joiirt str.et. "empriis or nr. atngnt. mencne.
rULE One laige black horse mule; noshneson
YJ. some p mail white brti la marks on head, near
the ears, and Uarness matks on sides; about lO
years old. Will pay a liberal reward for his delivery
to M C King Co . 315 Vance, corner Lauderdale.
LA Y MARE
MULS Very dark; mane reached
tail long; shoit heavy body; small gray spot on
rUht hip; le't cn lrlttl May. heaard of SIO for her
return to MKS MAeY EVAS. 2"7 Kontotoc.
WJW-MO UKWAUD u oednesday. May 12th,
l J a red Jersey cow. with speckled blaze on bead;
small horns turned In. A eward of ten dollars tor
the re urn of the c w, or Information that may lead
to her recov. rr C FHKI, ureenwonrt NursrT
II En PUIS TKXNKHBEK.
The advantage you get In buying Lemiiiii
from us Is this: Tbe Ltmoni are taken
Jlreet from the Steamers on their Arri
val In New Orleans or New York; shipped
by Faat Krelcht to Memphis, and placed
at once In our One cellars, which err partly
above ground, with free and perfect ventila
tion, and AI waya tool. All Lemcnsare
carefully examined, and none but per
fectly sound fruit (which Is entirely free
from decay) shipped.
We raoelve large shipments Weeltly
from Freatt arrival ot Steamers, and can
fill orders promptly.
When parties wish to buy in lots ot one
hundred boxes or more, we make special
Will be glad to receive a trial order from
you, and feel sure we can please jou, both
In quality and In price.
OLIVER, FINNIE& CO
L. Levering. Esq., of St. Louis, is atop
ping at the 1'eabody.
Genkual D. II. Reyxoi.ts, of Chicot,
Arkansxs, is registered at the 1 eabody.
ansa maky ai anally will tench a sum
mer school nt her residence, No. 3G0 Liuder-
Colonel E. R. Richardson and R. R
J inns od, ot Jackson, Alissi6ippi, and iNew
Orleans are registered at tbe Teabody.
Mhs. M. J. PniLiaps, Mrs. J. B. M'Bride
md Mrs. C. C. Walters left yesterday nwra
ing tor Cbicauo to spond a lew days.
Mr. John L 13bovn, form -rly of this city
a-d now a resident ot at. Liiuts, was recently
'irtscked with paralysis while en route for
Mrs. Locke, tbe; venerable mother of
Charles and J jseph L-cke, returned to the
city from Iilino.s yesterday, to remain a tew
weeks with her o'd friends in Memphis.
Mkssic. Woofenden and Jones, well
known English cotton-buyers, left the city
hiturday tor their annual summer trip to
f.agund. ihey leave JS :w lortr on lhurs
Mrs. E. Woolduidgk and her duuKhter,
Mrs. 1. K P.'lers, lolt lust evening en tbe
steam "r GutF for Htllsboro, Oiiio, where thoy
will remain a short while and then go to Lui
c.f?o 'or the summer.
Mr. II. Escn, the tobacconist, has closed
his houe at No. 276 Second street (European
hotel building), and cnusoliduted with bis old
house at No. 217 Main street (under the
worfham bousi 1, where be can be found at
Mb E. M. Watts. who has for a longtime
bien nianagini; the Memphis business of the
Southern railway news Company, left Inst
evening- for H it Springs. Ills plrfce with the
news company will be temporarily filled by
.Mr. 1 bo runs fiyers.
Tbk Columbia Journal bin an editorial on
the late Colonel W. T. Avery, from which we
make this extract: "Colonel Avery was a
remarkable specimen of the sell-made man
com nencuiK lite a poor boy, without fortune
ortcnuential friends; he btvan by cutting
cord wood lor steamboats on the banks ot
I lie Missistippt river. Afterward he went to
Memphis and commenced tbe dray business,
.iud iu his early public c.ireer he was known
as tbe dray boy. He was a Vhiir in politics,
and as such was elected to the legislature of
(he State, and soon thereafter was recogma?d
us one of the leaders of the Whigs in Suetby
county. In 1S57 be was elected to the con
gress of the United S'atee, and served there
with our townsman, Hon. John V. Wright,
until the commencement ot the war. He
was a lieutenant colonel in tbe Confederate
army, and was captured nt Island No. 10, and
confined in prison on Johnson's island with
our fellow-citizen J. Lee Bullock and others
from this place. He was a man of quiet and
active mind, an earnest, strong and eloquent
epeaker, and always popular with the misses
Ot the people."
"The Upper HIsmImm Pli "
Is the title of a beautiful forty-page book
publitthed for free distribution rates, routes
und descriptions ot summer res Jits. Send
Icr a copy to
JAU. A. LlOM, 114 Hi. iourth. bL LouU.
Answer or the Bondamew ef Jiari A.
Anderaaa t the BUI of Consplalat .
of Yellow-fever Kpldemle
Yesterday, at the chancery court, the
bondsmen of James A. Anderson, public ad
ministrator, filed an answer to the bill of
Wm. S. Brown, which charges J. A. Ander
son with collecting insurance money belong
ing to heirs made parentlesa by the. yellow
lever epidemic of 187S and not accounting
for tho same, and charging that said Ander
son and his bondsmen are liable to the estate
for Buch amounts so charged to have been
misappropriated by the said Anderson. Tne
points made in the answer are as follows:
The answer of Calvin F. Vance. V. M, White and
E. K Clark, to the bill of Wm. S. Brown,
as guardian of Lena, Ida, and Minnie Brown,
hied against respondents and Jamts A. An
derson. Tbey find that James A. Anderson,
on the second or November, 1878. filed bis
petition In the probate court stating that H. K.
Brown had recently died of yellow fever, and shortly
after bis deatb Mrs Mattle D. Brown died of yellow
fever; 'bat said M. K. Brown lelt a policy of Insur
ance of one thousand dollar on his life, payable to
bis wile, and said Anderson knew of no other prop
erty of tbe estate ot Mattle D. Brown; that tDose
Interested In the estate, through w. J. Duvall. bad
requested said Andersou to administer on the estate,
and he did so.
NO AUTHORITY TO ADMINISTEB.
The rexpondents believe that said Anderson bad
no authority to administer on tne estate, aud the
act of tbe prorate court In putting said Anderson
into sld estate was utterly void and null. Said An
dtron, tn his Inventory of the estate, reported a
policy of Insurance of one thous-ind and eluuty-tiva
duilais Kespom.ents know r.ot if said Anderson
collected said policy; and If he did, they know not
wbat he did with tbe money. Upspondeuts deny
that they, as sureties, are xeflpobslble or liable to
complainant for tbe said sum of one thousand and
eighty -five dollars.
A BOGUS ELECTION.
Besrondents say that at tbe January term of 1871
an attempt was made at the county court to fill the
oihceof public administrator, which failed, and on
the eleventh of April, 1871, Juhn Trent (brother-in-law
of said Anderson) was elected his bnnd being
fixed at Uve thousand dollar, which he gave, with
said Anderson and J. J. Murphy as his suietles. On
the second of October, IK7I. the said Trent re
nlinf d, and on the third James A. Anderson was
electeu public administrator, and gave bond as suh.
This pretended election la beluved to have bt-eu
ut erly void, becau-e beld at tbe May term of court,
as tbe election could not lawfully lake place until
tne January court of 1M72. at tbe next succeeding
term afler the vacancy, llespondnuts state that when
tbei.fli.e was again filled In October, l7o, and
another bond exacted of blm of fitly thousand dol
lars, with the names- of respondents, Vance and
White, thereto as sureties, that sata election and
b ind were void; that said Anderson had no right to
take or receive the estate ot Mattle B. Brown.
SUaEri-E3 NOT RESPONSIBLE FOB ANDEB
bON. That the respondents, when they signed Ander
son's bond, did so with a view to the law as it then
ex'sted. and In tne belief lhat the law would be le
gally administered. It whs tbe outy of the com
i.Ul ant to nave sen that said policy ot Insurance
did pot remain or stay with said Anderson, and lo
see that the pre eeds were withdrawn from bis
hands and secured; that respondent E. K Clark,
prior to January 22, 1ST Vt. bad no connection with
Anderson's bond, and cannot be held liable for An
derson's acts prior to that time.
Cotton exchange holiday yesterday.
The Adama street pavement is looming
op into large ptoportious.
St. Bridget's parish schoal picnic cornea
oft to-day at Estiva) park.
The farmers are hard at work plowing
their c:tton and corn-fields.
But little business was transacted at the
different courts of record yesterday.
The paving of Main street will commence
immediately at the corner of Adams.
The regular meeting of tbe school board
will be held next Monday night week.
Thunder, lightning and rain yesterday
caoled the heated atmosphere considerably.
At the school board meeting it was or
dered that the teachers get their salaries im
mediately. To-day being the first of June, the street
sign hauling-down ordinance goes into effect
all over the city.
Qiite a number of our- public school
teachers have opened up summer schools in
various portions of the city.
On the thirteenth instant the society of
United Irishmen will give a picnjc at Fi'z
gibbon's grove, a few miles out on the Louis
The woman who occupies two seats in a
street railroad car, to tbe exclusion of the
male sex, yet continues to exist as a mus'in
Automatic horse hair clippers are now
used by barbers on juvenile heads with fine
effect. When tbe work is done tbe heads of
tbe urchins resemble billiard balls.
A white man and a negro engaged in a
row on Madison street, near Second, yester
day afternoon. The white man was imposing
upon tbe negro, and got the worst of it.
f(lt1IT "l"nw f pa frrtm Tf'wln i I In . m
south are passing through here en route for
tbe Republican National convention, which
will meet at Chicago to-morrow, the second
The educational board of our city is
composed of representative citizens who,
with few exceptions, take great interest in
all the affairs appertaining to our public
Tbe numbers drawing the capital pr'zes
in the Commonwealth distribution company
lottery at Louisville, yeBtprday, were as fol
lows: No. 57 104. 30 COO; No. 60,763,
$ 10,000; No. 83,006, $50J0.
Billy Lichen's cosy little place, 23l
fain street, has received the Ledger aud
Weekly, Firesides, Saturday Night, Chim
ney Corner, and a lot of Seaside Library,
all of which are for this wetk.
Tbe school children are enjoying a four
months vacation. In the suburbs and on the
leeidence streets they monopolize the side
walk, and take charge ot the streets to their
own great danger trom passing vehicles.
The recorder now mounts the stand at
the police court at eight o clock each .morn
ing, so that violators of law arrested the day
nnd night before can, like tbe early bird
catch the early worm an acquittal or a fine
Next Monday, at the criminal court, the
murder case of the State vs. Iiilph Brown,
indictment for the killing of Noah Greenlaw,
will be called tor trial. isrown, colored.
killed (jreeouw, colored, about a nickel,
sjnie montns since.
-The marriage licenses issued sinca last
Saturday by tbe county court clerk, are as
follows: Colored Charles Powell and Mary
Payne. Lee Massay and Lou Cooper. R. Mar-
well and El'zibeth Perkins. While Morty
iiinrigbt and Maggie trenton.
There will be union prayer-meetings in
the Cumberland Presbyterian church, Court
street, at five o'clock; every afternoon of this
week. Ihe public generally are invited to
attend. Ihe service this afternoon will be
conducted by Kcv. H. A. Jones.
The Memphis Zjuaves and. M'Clellan
Guards, colored military companies, beaded
by a brass band and mounted marshals, and
accompanied by a large crowd ot colored
people, went out to the National cemetery
yetteruay to ceieorate Decoration day.
The colored man aud white woman who
were married at a Beale street colored church
last week, are living together on the Horn
Lake road, west of Whitehaven. The white
people of the vie nity feel outraged over the
affair, and are anxious for the grand jury to
use action in tne matter.
-A dead roadster, called by way of com
riLmect a trotting horse, died of lockjaw at
a stable on Adams street ieterday. Tbe old
hack was carted to the river and dumped in,
where it could trot down stream at the rate
of five miles an hour. Gaping at a corn cob
was the cause of lockjaw and death.
Tbe order-department of Waunamaker
& Brown, at No. 2o6 Second dtreet, was en
tered early Sunday morning, and robbed of
several suits of clothes and a lot of sample
clothti. Ihe rear iron bars ot tbe cellar were
cut, and a forcible entrance was made
through the cellar door to the main fljor.
At half-past eleven o'clock last night a
6 re broke out in an old unoccupied frame
ehanty oppamte No. 29. Causey stieet. Tne
old shell was badly damaged, and it would
h ive i een advantageous in a sanitary way if
it and a score of other like buildings adja
cent had burned down. Toe fire was the
work ot an incendiary.
Tne mad dog season is supposed to have
come, so the order to muzzle all dogs is en
forced. Many authorities claim that hydro
phobia is more frequent in winter tban in
summer, but be that as it may, the dog-kill-
loir ordinance bas its uses at all seasons of
the year. Memphis could well afford to spare
twenty thousand lop-eared curs that now
make night hideous with their bowlings.
Those who bave obeyed and who are
obeying the street-sign prohibitory ordinance,
and who place their signs on the sides ot tbeir
stores, find these signs of little attraction,
because tbe men next door are not compelled
to pull down tbeir awnings or sheds. The
man with the unsightly shed shuts out the
man with the sign. This should not be; tbe
ign man should have a chance to disolay
himself, and the big awning shed man should
be compelled to haul down his unsightly
nuisance, several members ol the legislative
council who voted tor tbe passage of the
wuizg shed prohibiton- crdinunce on first
readiug secured new light and telescoped
tbemseivts ou the second reading of tbe
The most democratic body of men in
Tennessee is the legislative coudci! ot Mem-
puts. Ail business is conducted in a tree-
and cay conversational style and in a plain
business manner. Th-) amusing rules laid
down in Cushing's Manual tor debate are
gnored, aud uuch member talks standing up
or sitting down, as it pleases bim. The Mem
phis corporation businefcs is conducted just
ke any other business is conducted in a
counting-room. This is a great relief to
newspaper reporteis, who some years a0 had
to be bored tWsjsura by jack-leggedNtod
pothouse politicians, who managed to become
aldermen and councilmen, and whose igno
rance and illiteracy, and too often whose ras
cality were shocking in the extreme to the in
telligent men of the press. -
To-morrow night the hall of Unity lodge.
Knights of Honor, in the Odd Fellow build
ing, will be duly dedicated. The following
grand officers have been chosen for the occa
sion: Past grand dictator, J. Harvey Mathes,
of Memphis lodge No. 196; grand dictator,
Ben K. Pollen, Unity lodge No. 217; grand
chaplain. Rev. Dr. Ceorge White, Unity
lodge JSo. 217: grand guide, J. if. loung,
Memphis lodge No. 196; grand herald of the
north. J. P. Prescott. Chelsea lodge No. 2c0
grand herald of the south. John J. Sohm
Germania lodse No. 369; grand herald of the
asr, E. H. Stevenson, Fountain lodge No,
29b; grand herald of tbe west, J. r. Cook
Diamond lodge No. 583. Members and tbeir
families only, and members of the Knight
and Ladies of Honor, will be present.
Yesterday morning, on Promenade
street, near tbe county jail, the body of
newlv-born mulatto child was found near the
curbstone, wrapped np in two linen handker
chiefs. Esquire Spelman held an inquest
uDon the body and the jury returned a ver
diet of death from violence at the bands cf
some person unknown. Tbe child is supposed
to have been suffocated to death, iromap
pearance it could not have been born but a
few hours when discovered. Near the place
where the body was fonnd were buggy or
wagon trackti, tbe vehicle having been
wheeled in to tbe pavement at that point. On
one of the handkerchief in which the mar
dered child was tied up was the name of H,
Herbert written in indelible ink. The police
are now searching tor the motber ot tbe child
with a view to her arrest and examination
At Montgomery, Alabama, on the elev
enth instant, W. M. Albritton was acquitted
oy a iury ot the United States ctr
cuit court on cue charge or passing
counterfeit money. Albritton was arreste
in this city on a complaint coming
from Montgomery, Alabama, charging him
with passing a twenty dollar counterfeit bill
on his landlady. At tho time be waa work
ing at the railroad shops at Montsromerv
Day after pay-day he paid np his board with
a twenty dollar note, and a few days there
after left for Mtmphis to work at the Charles
ton railroad Bbops. The landlady accused
Albritton of passing the counterfeit bill, bat
ne knew nothing bb to its bad character, an
when by her so notified he offered to take
oacc it she would make oath that she re
ceived it from him. While these negotia
tions were passing some of the hunsrrv of
ficers of the law pounced upon him and made
a case out of it, with the result as above
Watkiks's Corsets are the best value.
SUIT ROOM BEGINS TO-DAY.
Gold-Bahd biy ram for bald heads
splendid, isn't it ? at Watkins's.
Paddle Your Own Canoe.
Henry G. Hanipe, formerly of the Wor
sham house barber shop, informs his many
friends and the public at large that he has
opened a new and crzv little shop "aroun
the corner." at No. 207 Main street, between
Adams and Washington. Henry guarantees
good work and cleanliness. Go and give bim
a call. Try his own hair luster; it excels all
others and never fails to care dandruff or
soreness of the .calp.
Wats ins's Corsets are the best value.
ClOAUS AND TOBACCO.
I have removed my stock of cigars, to
bacco, etc., from Nj. 276 Second street to
No. 217 Main street, corner of Adams, under
the Worsham bouse, where I will be found
with a large and well selected assortment in
tbe above line. h. esch
Fob sour stomach and sick headache nse
Dr. Cheek's Liver Invigorator. It is a sure
relief from these general ills. Any drafegitt
can supply you.
S47 HAia STKJElSr.
Only a few mom day to get bargains at
the cr-nr CLOSING OUT SALE, at the
ASSIGNEE SALE of clothing, at 247 Main
street, opposite Odd rellnws ball.
Good case: mere euits at $7, worth $12.
Good Meltou cassimera suits at $ 3, worth $14.
r tne casstmere suits at $10, worth $18.
Fine cassimera suits at $12, worth $20.
Fine worsted suits at $14, worth $25.
Fine worsted coats and vests at $10. wprth $20.
b ine cassimere pants at f o. worth $b.
Good caesimere pants at $3, worth $5.
Good casBimere pants at $2 50, worth $4.
Good cassimere pants at $2. worth $3 50.
White Marseilles vests at $1, worth $2 50.
White Marseilles vests at $1 50, worth $3,
White Marseille! vests at $2, worth $4.
Tbe above goods will be sold wholesale or
X hat bandscm.3 set of furniture given
away by Watkins to his customers.
Nothing succeeds like success. Floyd bai
succeeded in making thehnest candies in tbe
United States. People appreciate the candy
and buy accordingly.
Fevkhs. Sections of territory where fevers
are and have b en brought on by reason of
malarial-infected atmosphere are using, and
with complete success in keeping off such
tffl ct ions, Warner's Safe kidney and liver
cure, and Warner's Safe pills. Parties down
sies with diseases of such a character are
cured by the use of the same.
That bandsome set of furniture
away by Watkins to his customers.
Plumbing and hewer Connections
Promptly attended t.
ruiL j. nAwox dt co.,
U Mala mreeC
We will cflf-r unusual bargains in ladies' kid
and goat button, ladies' kid and goat side
lace, ladies' kid and goat front-lace. Our
sandals and Newport ties and slippers marked
down lower tban any bouse in the city.
Men s and boys shoes at reduced prices
Misses and children's shoes and sandals at
bargains. Come and see as. Come and see
us. wm. imxER co .
221 Main street.
Watkins dresses are incomparable.
Hark. Twain's Sicw Book,
A Tramp Abroad, and a full line of the
Franklin Square Library, just received, at
t-Lii-r niLuu'd, alb mam street.
"iiroHD tt. JonesV
Plttibnra;, Mhotwell aad Caaael Coal
Because composed of malt and hops, with
out fermentation, Malt Bitters are popular.
Economy is Wealth.
Gents' clothing dyed, cleaned and repaired
by I. Isaacs, 270 Second street, oposite Court
square, alemrho. onnoww.
Gold-Band bay rum for bald
splendid, isn't it? at Watkins's.
Eminent Dr. V. A. Greene. Macon, Ga
Writts: "I cheerfully state that I have tested
the virtues und efficiency of Colden's Lie-
big s liquid extract of beef in my private
practice in casea ot general debility, weak
ness, depression, dyspepsia, loss of appetite
and nervous affections, when medicine bad
proven more than useless. I have found it
tbe best remedy I ever used in enrome alcohol
ism, when the stomach is always irritable
and food required to nourish." Sold by
Watkixs's Djllar Corset ia grand.
175forKIrklands Horse Shoe
For Ktrklaud's horbe shoe, $175.
Etrkland's horse shoe, $175.
Kirkland will give away $175.
July 4th will see the horse shoe weighed.
Guess the weight cf the horse shoe and
scoop in your $175 for a summer tour.
Ktrklaud's horse shoe is the boss.
Towels, table linens and white sooas
away low down at Watkins's.
Food is digested and assimilated by Malt
Bitters. Hence increased flesh.
French fSteani Dye-Works.
Ladies' and gentlemen's goods dyed and
cleaned at Louis Reiipra.58 J "Hereon street.
Hitftrlsa Meed aad HtMk Peas,
OTTO HCHWILL A CO..
& Mala itreet.
Received at Wanaxaker & Brown's. 256 Sec
ond street. Suits from $16 50 to $50. Fit
guaranteed. frebtidb CO.,
Called JBeetlas of School Board Pay.
Boll for nay Passed -Ke porta
of Aadltiaar sad Flaaaee
At the UBnal hour last night a called meet
ing of the school board was beld at the libra'
ry-room. Odd Fellows building. The fol
lowing members were present: Visitors
Walsh, Handle, Degnan, Rhett, Boyle,
Uriswold, Livermore, ttambaut, Liawhorn
Morrison, Casey, Shaw, Bannon. Absent
visitors Messrs. Arrington, Dent, Link'
haner. Jordan, Ralston, Folkes.
Vice-President Edgington was called
the chair, and the following business trans
Visitor Randle stated that the otject of
the called meeting was to pass tbe teachers
pay-roll and for some other business
Visitor Rambaut, of the auditing commit
tee, read a report which was adopted. The
auditing committee also presented a report
on tne pay-roll tor may, amounting to tour
thousand three hundred and ninety-six dot
lars ana seventy-three cents, which was
Visitor Randle, of the finance committee,
presented a report as follows, which was
Msmphjs, Hay 31, 1880,
To tbe President and Members of the Board ot Edu
Gzntlbmen The following statement
shows your present financial condition
Overeheck (when warrants Issued are
paid) $10,643 G
iiun oomj pay-roll 4,UVr
Bunarj Dins (.presented)
Total Indebtedness 14,567 56
When warrants are drawn for May, pay
roll and current bills for May. we are obliga
ted to issue no more1 warrants until the entire
outstanding warrants are redeemed. Re
JOHN E. BNDLE,
A. b. LIVERMOKE,
On motion of Visitor Rhett the matter as
pay ot janitor during the summer month
was referred to the finance committee, to
make report at the next regular meeting.
On motion of Visitor Randle the janitors
was retained on nalt-pay during vacation
and are placed under the supervision cf the
On motion the called meeting adjourned
LAW KEf OiiTS.
Chancery Coart M'Dowell. Jadxe
Calendar for Tuesday, June 1: 967, Molloy
vs Kosaer; 985. Brown vs Swenng; 1004,
Whitmore vs Wbitmoret 1007, hilmonds v
Leftwitch: 1018. Taylor vs Tay.or: 1025,
Murdock vs Hoffman; 1C45, Banning vs Cun
ningham: Ilo4, Connell vs Lincoln; 1075,
Uasery vs Pickett; 1C8S, Cunningham vs Cuo
ningham; 1103, Kaufman, vs Webb; 1103,
Bleckley vs Melleuh; 1103, Montgomery vs
Dougless: 1112, Iopd vs Iodp-. 1114. Apper-
son vs Fernet -on; 1117, Han ts vs Trigg; 1119,
Alellersh vs Bleckley; vl, tvau'man vs
Kaufman; 1127, Wilie vs Douglass; 1131
Miller vs Burf'eU; 1135, Coffin vs Walker
1157, Rainev vs Gao i pn cjmpany: 1160,
Neal vs Winn: 1169, D-woo vs Ward
1174, Cackrell vs Bnnkley; 1176. Cross vs
Brinkley; 1197. Tyler vsEnsley; 1209. White
vs lopp; 1Z14, Uarrold vs Marrold; IZlt
Ricks vs Bines; 1219, Anderson vs Brown
1226. Biggins vsParfc; 1234, Peters vs Dixon
1246, Brinkley vs Eikin; 1250. Guion vs
Harris; 1255. Divis vs Thornton; 1260, Dean
vi Hodges; 1263, Bingham vsTomeny; 1270,
Banmngbam vs Burke; lzvs, Irent vs baint
, G wynne vs tstes.
Ualted State Coarta Baas moad. Judge
Calendar fer tvday: 2278. Bebr vs Con
necticut Mutual life insnranc3 company; 2144
Pendleton vs nmckerr icker lite insurance
company; 2405, City Bank of Sherman vs
Anperfon & Cj : 2191, Staicher vs Hoegel
1195. Jones vs Brinkley et al; 1659, M'Ken
na vs Messenger; 1663, Northrop vs Mbrri
son: 1666, Northrop vs Adams; 1671, Smith
vs Memphis: 2u3. Martin et al vs Connect!'
cut Mutual lite insnranca company; 2557,
Haz3ltine, use of Mattocks, vs Mississippi
Valley insurance company; 2587, United
States vs Burton et al; 1456, United States
vs Tomeny et al. Theabive is a list of the
cases to the call of which no attorneys re
sponded they will be called again to day.
The first case is set for hearing this morning,
No preparation of hypophosphitea I have
used) can compare with Feliows's compont d
y . p o faj IwUuPiitiitpo foi restoring; strength
to 'be nervous system. I think it the best
medicine I ever oPd
W. J. HOBNKB, Buffalo. New York.
j Towels, table linens and
away low down at Watkins's.
white . good
Is There fench a Thing as Luck?
Ia view of the coming census returns to be
made in J une next, some curious statistician
has been calculating from tho past experience
ot tbe drawings ot the Liouisiana state lot
tery, which take place with exact fairness
every month and semi-annually nn der tbe
care and supervision ot Generals G. T. Beau
regard, of Louisiana, and Jubal A. Early, of
V lrginia, tbe prospect ot getting a priz-j bv
the investment of trom one dollar to ten for a
whole or part ticket. Tbe large capita! prises
Ot f 1UU.U00, $50.0f.'J, $30,000. $20,000, etc.
are captured by individuals without any rule
of periodicity beyond the certainty that some
one will draw them on tbe certain day. But
no one draws tbe capital prize twice. The
other facts are strikingly confirmatory of the
modern discovery that there is such a thing
as lack, uut for tne further information de
sired, let anyone interested write to M. A
uauphin, iNew Orleans, lionisiana, or same
person at No. 319 Broadway, New York city
To Northern numnier Kesorts.
Chicago to Milwaukee, tour trains daily.
Chicago to St. Paul, two trains daily.
Chicago to Madison, two trains daily.
Chicago to Sparta, two trains daily.
Chicago to Green Bay, three trains daily.
Chicago to Menasba, two trains daily.
Chicago to Green Lake, two trains daily.
The morning train runs through from Chi
cago to Green Lake without change of cars or
Pullman sleeping cars ran from Chicago to
Green Lake on each Saturday night and back
to umcago on Sunday night.
No other road runs to Green Lake.
Chicago to all northern resorts, one to four
All of the above are via Chicago and North
It alone runs Pullman cars north of Chicago.
it nas parlor cars north of Chicago.
Go through Chicago when going north.
The ticket agents of all north-bound rail
roads will sell you excursion tickets via the
Chicago and Northwestern railway.
It is the pioneer tourist route, and is the
best in all respects.
The cool, bracing atmosphere of Like wood
is especially adapted to tbe requirements of
tne invalid, and a sojourn will prove benebcial
ana attora much relief to tbe wearied system
XT l xr - i
.its eumiucr rcsuri uuers superior inauce
ments. Tbe Atlantic and Great Western
railroad lands the tourist directly at the lake
tne oniy roaa without change ot ears.
Mod it, Mead
And mineral waters on draught. You will
enjoy a glass of either of these at Floyd's.
Towels, table linens and white goods
away tow down at watkins s.
Better Late Than Never.
Djn t out off until to morrow wbat can
and should be done to-day," is wise. If you
have never used Sozodmt for your teeth,
make a bee-line to the druggist and get a
bottle and begin to nse
it at once. "Verb,
Floyd's Ladies' Bestaurant.
As well known in the country as the city,
Our bill of fare is changed every day. Per
sons sending their families away can find no
more home-like place to get their meals than
Watkins dresses are incomparable.
Nervous and general debilitv overcome bv
Malt Bitters because nourishing and quieting
Sole agents for Read & Weaver's cele
brated Rochester custom-made shoes for
ladies and children.
Our $2 75 ladies' kid button boots will
be sold for the present at $2.
Oar $2 lace pebble goat will be sold for
the present at $1 60.
Best Assartaeat la the City, at
FRANK CH I HAl'S UfJX MTOKE,
Mo. HI Beale Street.
Watkins's Dollar Corset is grand.
IIoff'B Malt Extract. The true health bev
erage. Highly recommended tor nursing
mothers, thin, cold and aged people, con
valescents, etc. Owing to its wonderfully
nutritious qualities, it is f specially recom
mended in epidemics and in fevers, where
bodily prostration is great and life depends
apon a nourishing stimulant. .None genu
ine without tbe label of Tarrant r Co., sole
agents. New York. For sale by all druggists
and grocers. ......
I ifft ....Mi-TTtrT'i. .r.ii.Mi
Safe, Certain, Sure and Speedy.
NEVERFAILS TO CURE.
The only article known lhat Will
RICHARDSON & CO.
WW iTTti-awnra'-Tr-W ' '
Sufferer from Indigestion,
AU tbe drastic drugs decline,
Wbat you need, beyond all Question,
b tbat remedy Saline.
Tarrant's wonderful APsainrr,
Duplicate ot Seltzer Spring
Tonic, Alterative, Cathartic
Pu'e, refreshing, e"mfrttlng.
For simplicity, efficiency, economy and durability,
It has no equal. It preserves all kinds of pri sua
ble food louder, and witn less Ice tban any otber.
We also bare a full line ot
and g eneral bouse goods, which we offer al low prices
H. Wetter & Go
The WEEKLY APPEAL
AT ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, is
one of the Cheapest Papers in
this country. Every farmer in
the South ought to have it. Each
number contains as much read
ing matter as an ordinary novel.
Its MARKET REPORTS are the
fullest and most accurate sent
from Memphis,and its NEWS COL
UMNS contain everything of in
terest from all parts ofthe world
lIiXKlKHTIN COM PINY,
POFULAB MOftTHLY DRAWING Ok THK
Commonwealth Distribution Co.
At Haeauley's Theater, In the city ot LoulsrUIe, on
WEDMEMUAY, JC.ME SO, 1SSO.
Ha These Drawing's, authorized by the Legislature
and sustained by all tbe courts of Kentucky, accord
In to a contract made with the owners of tbe
Frankrort granr, will occur regularly on tbe LA3T
DAY OF EVERY MONTH, bun flys and Fridays ex
cepted, for tbe period ot Five Tears, terminating on
June SO, 1865. Tbe United Steles Circuit Court on
Marcu Bin rendered the following decisions:
lat-rhat Ike t'aaaoawealia iistrl
batten Company tn lecal.
xd-4'a drawlnca are aot fraud Bleat.
The Management call attention to the liberal
scheme wblch hna met wlthaucb popular favor hero
loiore, ana wmcn wi'i nana do rremei rorina
1 Prize -. 80,000
1 Prize 16,000
1 Prize 5.OO0
10 Prizes 81 OOO each 10.0OO
20 Prizes 500 each 10,000
50 each 10,000
20 each 12,000
9 Prizes SHOO each 2.70.
9 Prize 200 each. 1,800
9 Prizes 100 each 000
19H0 Prizes S112.4O0
wwmmtv iinaaiii, ax, Hair l traptn. at
27 Tickets. SoO. RR Tickets. Sinn-
Remit by Postomre Money order. RtwlHtflmd IjtL.
ler, d iirau or .Express, to insure aramst m in
takes and delays, correspondents will please wr te
their name and places of residence plainly, giving
number of Poatoffloe Box or Htreet.and Town, County
and State. All communications connected with the
utstnouiion ana uraers ror tioypu snould oe ad-
dressdto R. M.JiOAKDHAM, Courier-Journal Build
ing, ixHiiavtiie. Kentucky, or at Nos. 807 and 809
Broadway, New York, or to No. 6 West Court street.
MUM JI Kit RESORTS.
(Tbe Newport of tbe Northwest).
LAKE-SIDE HOTEL AMD COTTAGES.
TBS most romant'e resort tn tbe Northwest, sit
uated on Lake Pepin, amid the most beautiful
scenery on the Mississippi, and ODDO'lte Rush river.
the flnesi Trout Stream in the world (fishing free to
guests), and In view of Maiden Boh k, of romantic
Interest Boatioa. bathlnir. bowline, billiards, arch
ery, croquet, etc , afford recieatlon and amusement.
81. Louis Packets laud on hotel grounds. Bus meets
all trains or the C. M. arid ttt faul Killroad. Open
June 1st. Send for clirulaia.
U P. 8BAWd. Prop'tetnr I J. C FAHET. Manager.
Tne IIYHmISIA UOTEL
olu POINT COHrOBT, va
nttuatad 100 yards from Fort Monro. Open all tbe
year. Equal to any hotel In the United States as a
Summer Heaort- Send for circular describing hy
gienic advantages, etc
n a BKiauH PHOKBU3. ProprlHor.
TBBIB AND A HALT DOLLARS FEB OAT.
Tbts splendid hotel baring been thoroughly reno-
vateu sua nsiuruisnea, will open
THURSDAY, JUNK 17TH.
CLEMENT 4 WILKINSON, Proprietors.
H. & Cuur. Wm. WnjUMsoB.
Wheeler Carriage Co.
TffB rimtelass Work which this Company baa
produced bas gained for them a wid and well
deserved reputation. Mr. Wheeler commenced the
In LoolBTtUe about twenty-five yean ago. His repu
tation bas gradually extended, and tbe formation
of this Company was an outgrowth of the Increased
demand for this work.
None but tbe best materials a reused, and the con
struction of every vehicle Is ot the most aoproved
style, a combination of lightness and strength.
Tbe Officers are as follows :
S L. AVKBY, Prest. A. A. WHEBLKB, 8up'U
8 L. AVKBY. of B. T. Avery & 6ons.
A. A. WHKFLKB, of Wheeler Carriage Co.
B. 8. YKECH. Pres. L., N. A. and C B. B., and
Casbter Farmers and Drovers Bank.
J. S. PHELPS, of J. 8. Pbelps 4 Co., Tobacco
8. J. LOOK, of Sathrlght 4 Lcofc, Wholesale
OWEN LILLY 500
Practical Builder 100
OF FINE 300
I KEEP A 8XLECT STOCK (exelaatTely af t f
my own ataaifartare) CONSTANTLY HI 111
ON HAND. I am also prepared to build (TO CH- JUU
DSB) aay ar all mT tbe an ad era at y Ira af
Haarsrlrs, and Family Carriages now In use. I .
arm nothing but tbe YEBY BES I MATERIAL, and I fl fl
employ strictly flm-elaas mechanics. I II If
In all Rs branches, done promptly and tn the best
Awarded hiyttett nrtM at iVntrrmlC gapofc
artrr of woei9 find Jkmortng 1M 3P"T;
ter made. A our blue atn iraae-mtrai "-"'
ImifsJil ctii Icfarrinr sToods.
foods. m thai Jitxmm- jmm u
. vry pin at. Mia ttj ail neavirm.
. IO A -l-Wrt- A Mfra
Srna for imri
BY mutual sgreemetvt of tbe under
aimied. tbe Bur. Josle Barry with
draws from tbe Wblte river trade on May 22d and re
sumes again on July 1 7th : lbs btr. Hard Cash with
draws on July 14tb and resumes on September 1.
1880. Thus equally dividing tbe dull season, and
giving each bat an opportunity to maks necessary
repairs. 8TB.JOS1K HARRY. Milt Harry, Master.
STB. HARD CASH, E. C Postal. Master.
NOTICE to PLEASURE-SEEKERS
Excursion Memphis to St. rani
arid Minneapolis and Eetnrn.
Tickets Good to October 31, 1SSO
Leaving MIMPHIS by tbe Steamers of tbe
St. Louis & Vicksburg Anchor-line
Head ay, Taesday, Wedaeaday, Taara
. day aad rrlday, at S p bb., aaa aa
Hnaday, at lO aaa.
Arriving at ST. LOUIS, yon can select your route, by
BIYRB OB BAIL. Pare as LOW as by any otber
route. For Information, apply at office on WHABE
BOAT. AD STORM, Superintendent.
Memphis. Mav 13, 1 8x0
FOR ARKANSAS RIVER.
Memphis and Pine Bluff O. B. Mall Line. For Pins
Bluff, Little Bock, and through to Fort Smith Sir.
J. J. Darragh master I Cbaa. Mussel man., clerk
Leaves as above WEDNESDAY, June 2d. at 5 p.m.
For freight or passage apply to
JOHN N. HARBIN. 8np't. gftgl Frrmt st
FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
rSC Laals aaSTirkubarr Aarkar l.'ae-
V. at. ts.all-.rWc CAIRO AMD ST. LOVIS.
Will leave the Anchor Line wharfboat THIS DAY,
Jane 1st, at 5 p.m. For freight or passage apply
to AD STORM. Sup't. on wharfboat.
FOR NEW ORLEANS.
He. Iaala aad New Orleaaa Aaekar
For Vicksburg. Natchez and New Orleans Steamer
W. I. II alii day, ZZi
Q. W. Gould master.
Will leave tha Anchor-line wharfboat THIS DAY.
Jnne 1st, at 5 P m. ror freight or passage apply
to AD STORM. Supt. on wharfboat.
Southern Transportation Line For Vicksburg
Natchez and New Orleans Steamer
Ch olden City.
I. D. Heeler master I Adam Waylaid clerk
Will leave as above WEDNESDAY, June 2d, at
10 am. For freight or passage, apply to
J. T. WASHINGTON. Agent, 314 Front, np-stalrs
Far Mew Orleaaa aad Way Iaadlasra
Southern Transportation Hue The elegant steamer
Eugene L. Sbtnkie. master.
Will leave a above WEDNESDAY, June 2d, at
6 p.m. For freight or passage apply to
J. T. WASHINGTON. Agent. 814 Front, ormtalrs.
FOR VICKSBURti. '
St. Laalsaa Vlrkakarc tartar t,ae.
f wlted (Mates Mall FOB VIOKSBUKe.
City of Greenvill, 1
R. K. Riley master.
Will leave tbe Anchor Line wharfboat TUESDAY,
June 1st, at 10 am. For rretgat or passage sppiy
to AU. STOKM. BUPT. on wnailfWL.
FOR LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI
Memphis & Ohio River
Cairo, Louisville and Cincinnati
BTK AJt EES
JJfDY BAUM, CONS MILLAR.
JAMES W. GAFF, TINT SHISKLE,
JAS. D. PARKER, Y1RG1E LEE.
Steamers of this line leave Memphis for CAIRO,
LOUiaViLLJS AJNU tlLNULNXHAll
Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays
AT 6 OCLOCK P.M.,
Connecting at Cincinnati jrtth Railroads and Steam
ers ror ait
Eastern, Northern and Western Points,
Giving THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS,
CHICAGO, TOLEDO, BUFFALO, RICHMOND
NSW IORK, WASHINGTON CITY, PHILA
DELPHIA AND BOBTON.
Eastern tourists will And tbe La Belle Blver Route
Safe, Delightful and Economical. Rates by this line
Cheaper man any oiner nrsi-ciaaa rouia. meats ana
Staterooms Free. Baggage checked through.
tVPassengers can rely on a splendid trip by tbts
toe, as tbe steamers are all first-class, having been
xpressly built for tbe accommodation of passen-
ers. each steamer carries a run string nana.
For full Information, apply to
B. W. LI6HTBUBNK,
General Freight and Ticket Agent,
Nn 7 Munff mtr Mmnnla,
tOR WHITE Kl VER.
Memphis & White River Packet.
Bearalar ladepeadeat Meaaphla suad
Wblte River Packet For Augusta, Jacksooport
Searcy, and way points. Tbe regular Independent
Ed. C. Postal master Charles Postal clerk
Will leave Memphis EYE&Y WEDNESDAY, at
6 p.m. For freight or passage apply to
K. W. LIGHTBURrTI,
Ho. 7 Monroe St.. opp. Peabody beteL
J. T VlKRINUTnN - '-.
KOR ST. FRANCIS RIVER.
Memphis and 8t. Francis U. a Mall Line - Steamer
O. K. Joplln master A. L. Banning cierc
Leaves Memphis TUESDAY and FRIDAY, 6 p.m..
for Mart anna, the Cut-oft and all InlSs mediate land
ings. For freight or passage apply on board, or to
i. ii k writ i.i.. Hnrt't.
Trl- rrkly U. ia. Hall racket For Han
aoipo, ruiton. osceoia and way landings etr.
Henry Cooper master I Wm. Bmltbers cierk
Will leave Memphis every MONDAY. WEDNESDAY
and FHIDAY. at 5 p.m. aw InftwaUpn apply on
board, or tn tin. 8 Marttar
LEE LINE STEAMERS.
'sr ajrleaaale. AAeieaa svasl arriaira Aolmt
Btack Lee master Loyd W. Whitlow. ..oterk
Will leave ss above on everv
MONDAY. WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY, at 4 p.m.
, riix-v VH, 11 WllffTIWINI "I IKS..
FOR ARKANSAS CITY & GREENVILLE.
Adaaaa Heal-wrfklr I . at. atsii Aalae
For Arkansas city. Pine Bluff Railroad, Greenville,
and all way landings The elegant steamer
Ouachita llelle. J7""N
MarkR. Cheek.. .master I A. L. Cummins., clerk
Leaves as above EVERY MONDAY and THDBS
pav. r k t m om tin H
These goods must be sold. Now
B. LOWENSTEIN & BROTHERS
100 DOLLARS IN GOLD!
50 DOLLARS IN GOLD!
25 .DOLLARS LN GOLD! !
ThlY amount will posit Irely be GIFEIV AWAY om the FOURTH i
OFJULY t onr customers, in either the Hat Store or the Gents f
Furnishing Home. AH are entitled to a cueas. Goods enaraateed i
In price and quality, at
KIRKLAND'S, Peabody Hotel!
GREAT REDUCTION a CLOTHING
AND FURNISHING GOODS !
Wice Suits at '.
Business Mults at
All-wool Multis at
rassimere Mutts at
Cheviot faults at
Fine Ir ss Knits at
Pants all wool at
Pants finest q u slity at
White Vests at
White Vests at
White Vests at
Immense Bed actions Is Boys', Children's and Youths' CLOTHIXQ. All Uses
F UBMSHIKG GOODS 8S per cnt. below former prices.
Thl? is yoor op porta nltj. ss we have a I ante stock which we are bound to tflspoas ol.g
N.B. For the accommodation of those otherwise engaged dartns; the day, onr store sill hereatter fee)
copt aaea a alskt aatll s aPelaek.
BLUFF CITY CLOTHIHG HOUSE
Hotice ! UotiGBt
Owing to the immense sanitary
improvements in the city, we have
concluded to CONTINUE OUR
BUSINESS HERE. We are now
receiving ALL NOVELTIES OF
THE SEASON to replenish our
stock, and will, as heretofore,
use every effort to please our
S, STIX & Go.
W. A, GAGB & BRO,
lo. SOP PRItUT HTRKKT
ULfflBB JIIETOH &
Grocers and Cotton Factors
Nos. 371 -373 Main street. Memnhis.
AVHUBKW STKWAKT, AMDUS O. CAW VRRK, r.asUfLCV.
Aew Orleaaa. nesapkla. ISeaaaaJ a
STEWART, GWYMEI CO.
WHOLESALE GROCERS, COnON FACTORS
Nos. 356 and S58 Front St., Memphis, Tenn.
Stewart Brothers & Co.,
Cotton Factors and Commission laleroliantsa
A. VACO -1RO & CO.,
1MP0KTEBS AND DEALERS IS
Wines, Liquors and Cigars,
JWO. OB4 J-I-C-riX
Dr. Thos4S. Easton.
AS my Sargie&l pne(ie oooapte U greater por
tioo or my time, I bave diirinlDa br3ater
s rlMAla mfialf tf If npaatlaa rnnaa sat I - .1.
to my epedaiues, so ions p radioed tv me In Ktn
Genito Urinarr Nnrcerr.
Btnotare, Spermatorrhea, Diseases of the BeeCom,
Surgical Diseases of Women. .
Offices Na. 30 Uala atrcet
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A. . TACCABO,
Slager & Golflbaum,
Cor. JEFFERSON & SECOND 8TS
GtSTS' 8PE1SG 8UITLSG2U
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