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MEMPHIS, TEXN., WEDNESDAY, MAKCII 17, 1SSG.
VOL. XLVI NO. 05.
Tb corffspondence between the
chairman "of the Knights of Labor
Exetuti-vc Committee and Mr. Hoxio
is instructive as allowing how Mr.
Gould 4s hedged about and is prered
to resist the deniamla of the workmen
employed upon tlie railroads that
ron)rie bis system. Mr. lloxie
haa nothing to do with the
management of . the Texas and
IVwiiie railroad, nd therefore
vmld not do'oUiurwiite thin he has.
lint the Knights of Labor have
not exhausted tleir resources. They
can appeal to Mr. Gould himself, and
we trust they will. Wc are curious to
know if his answer will be as senten
tious and pointed as ""the people be
Tub failure 'of Mr. Galbreath, the
particulars of which we publinh this
morning, will call out a unanimous
expression of regret from the jieople
of Memphis. No man out of public
life is better known or more gener
ally refpec ed and entwined. For
twenty-five years he has been
prominent among the leading mer
chants of the city, and in all
that time kaa been regarded as one of
"the mrwt intelligent and sagacious,
libmil to fault, generous to a de
gree and public-spirited beyond the
power of most of his contemporaries. To
the cotton trade of tho country at large
he is well and favorably known, and by
the rlanters in tho region contributory
Memphis is regarded with confi
dence as an upright, honest man. Fail
ure is a word of direst import It is
loaded with despondency. Rut
so trite and good a heart as
that xtf Mr. Galbreath will find
A generous measure of inspi
ration in tho good will of his friends,
nd ho will, no doubt, take heart of
hope nnd push on to tho front again.
His knowledge of cotton is the equiv
alent of a large capital ; it is one that
be can bank upon with security. We
hope to chronicle ycry soon that he is
-again opon his feet rejoicing in a btisi
eta equal to his merits.
Mar ttinoe 1782 have the Irwh peo
. pic been able to celebrate St Patrick's
anniversary bo joyously and hopefully
as they will to-day wherever wo or
three -of them can gather together.
Kever since tho hated act of Union, so
fatal to the pride and dignity of Ire
land and to its place in ci viliration.lmve
the people of that Niobo of nations
been able to descry even the faint
glimpses of hope. It bus been so
long, so often deferred that the hearts
of many generations havo stink in
despondency and g'oom and have
passed away in sadness and sorrow.
Hut, as the constant dripping of water
wears away the stone, so continued
agitation for three-quarters , f
a century, under leaders of
varying influence and power,
has at last culminated in a promise
by . tho greatest of England's Prime
Ministers, past or present, of
national autonomy, of home rule,
of legislative independence. All
of Ireland's discontent and two
thirda of her crime has grown
out of her political subordination
and the cruelly vindictive, niali-
: cious and purposod destruction of
iier trade, her mechanical skill
i and her manufacturing industries
Never was national jealousy, the seed
. and source of all crimes, carried to
such extremes as by successive Eng
lish Parliaments in crushing Ireland,
as Jno.Boyle O'Reilly so plainly showed
. in the addreos published in last Mon
day's Appeal. And as in the
case of the Jews, the most in
tellectual of races, it was cun
ningly devu-.cl with a yiew to
blot out utterly all love of tradition,
of literature and of language and
every trait that distinguishes the Irish
as a nation. Fut, as with the Jews
and Poles, it only served to make the
race feeling a clinging memory that
was an incentive to closer communion
and greater tenacity of purpose. As
every blow of the hammer anneals
still more closely and closer the keen
and tccsile qualify of the steel, so etory
sumptaiiry law intensified the Jove of
fatherland and luiit Irishmen together
in closet bonds of unity of purpose to
free that land aud make her worthy
to be nai'ied with her sister kingdom
for intcJ'.igcncc, for thrift, and the
people for self-direction and elevation
of purpose. And at l ist it has come to
pass that English publicists, Euglish
Parliamentarians and an English min
istry concedes the justice of home
rule, and it is presontly to become
the great question in Parliament
with an honestly avowed purpose by
Mr. Gladstone never tog? ve up, but to
urge jnd press it until it becomes a
law. What promise could come to
. day to Jrish hearts "the world over"
o richlp laden as this? What bless
ing enfolding all other blessings as this
dot's could reach .out to them to tho
.ends of the earth a happiness tem
pered by the pathos of centuries? It
is what Emmet and the Shears
brothers and Lord Edward Fitf.gernld
died for. It is all that O'Connell la
bored for. It is what Mitehe 1,
Meagher, O'Brien and Dillon in 4S
imperiled their lives for. It is all
that the Nationalists under Butt con
tended for, aud the Fenians iU;tted
for. It is to Ir shnien as freedom to
the Russian serf and the Southern
slave; and when accomplished, as
sure it is to be, it will oe another
star added to the galaxy
that distinguishes tho nineteenth
above all other centuries, not only for
the wonderful advance in material
things but toward the ultimate of the
freedom of the nations. Since St
Patrick brought to Ireland the ponce
of Christ she has known no such
boon as this which will lift her again
into nationhood and leave her free to
.shape her own destiny forever.
THE NATIONAL CAPITOL.
CLERKS FOB, THE SUPREME
C01 BT JUSTICES.
Bills or Iaterest to the South -The
Telephone r'uit Southern
(SPECIAL TO TBI APTItL l
Washington, March 16. In the
Senate, yesterday, Mr. Jackson re
ported favorably from the Judiciary
Committee a bill to authorize the em
ployment of a liw clerk or steno
grapher to each Justice of the Su
preme Court, it an annual salary of
not more thaa $2000.
THI CATTLE BILL.
The Hotioe Committee on Agricul
ture has adopted an amendment to
the regular annual agricultural bill,
appropriating $250,000 for the destruc
tion of diseased cattle.
BILLS OT INTEREST TO THI SOUTH.
The following bills of Interest to the
8uth were introdacad to-day:
By Mr. Herbert: A bill t pay Ris
ing San Lttlge No. -tt, A. F. M., at
Decatur, Ala., for the building, etc,
burned during the war.
By Mr. Rogers: A bill to authorize
the Commissioner of the Land Office
to expend moneys received from the
sale of abstracts from the records of
the Und office.
By Mr. Ricba'daon: A bill author
izing the Saorftuy cf War and the ac
counting ollicsrs of the Treasury to
examine into the claims of churches
for money due as rent for their occu
pancy during the war.
CHARLES 8. BILL
of this city, Diplomatic Conmiesioner
of the three Americas' exposition, yes
terday received from Consul-General
Armstrong at Rio Janeiio advices
stating that toe Brazilian government
hid fj.-warded Brazil's exhibit for the
exposition at New Orleans in three
SOUTHERN PATENTS ISSUED.
Henry Abney, Crawford,Miss.,erind
Ing attachment for sewing machine;
Julius A. Alexander, Monticello, Ark.,
car coupling; F. M. Eddie-man, assignor
of three-quarters to W. J. Howard,
J. C , H. O. & J. H. Cooper, Mount
Pleasant, Tenn., car coupling; Tevel
lus A. Hill and J. Peel If, Maryville,
Tenn., drilling attachment for sewing
machines; Michael Lynch and W. F.
Harrison, Florence, Ala,, permutation
lock; Wm. M. Price, Crystal Springs,
Miss., gate; Zjbedea B. tibropihiere,
Ooltewah and A. J. Berryhilt, Cleve
land, Tenn., car coupling.
GEN. rOPS BET1BID.
An order was issued from the War
Department td ay retiring Maj -Gen.
Pops. It is underBtaod that the nom
ination of his successor and of the
Brigidier-Generata, with the conse
quent promotions, will ba made to
morrow. . WIDOWS PENSIONS
The Senate to-day passed the bill to
increase the pent ions of the widows
and dependent re'atives torn $8 to $12
a month. ' The bill was passed ai it
came from the House, and now only
requires the signature of the Preeident
to become a law.
' TELEPHONE SUITS. '
It is stated t the Department of
Justice that it has not been de'er
mined definitely to bring the Bell
telephone patent suit in Columbus,
O , and that the papers will not be
filed in any court for several days, as
they cave not oeen completed.
T. D. Pearce and R. II. Davis, Milan.
Tenn , and D. Gartlor, Montgomery,
ANOTBRB SILVER DOLLAR BILL.
Representative Little of Ohio intro
duced a bi1! in the House providing
that the President may came silver
dollars to be coined on privttt" ac
count in unlimited quantities, if he
shall succeed in rescuing an Agree
ment with at least two leading JsnrO'
pean nations to do the same. The
Piesident is also authorized to appoint
a commission t3 negotiate treaties upon
sat if factory assurances from at least
two such nations of their desire to en
ter into the proposed arrangement
Senator Blair, from the Committee
on Pensions, reported bill to provide
that every person specified under the
several clauses enumerated under sec
tion 4i93 of the Revised Statutes, who
served six months in the military or
naval service during tne war ot the
rebellion and who was honorably dis
charged, who is of shall become dis
abled from any cause not the result of
his own gross cartleBsness, shall npon
making proof of the facts he placed
upon the pension roll and receive a
peneion during the continuance of
men disability at a rate proportionate
to the degicj of disability ; such pen
non to commence at the date ot the
filing of application. The highest
rate of pensi jn granted under this tea
tion is fixed at 521 fir total incapacity
to perform manual InLor.
THE INDIAN OEHVICK.
The Holmaa Comncittee, appointed
to inquire iut) the expenditure of
public moneys in the Indian service
and the Yellowstone Park, submits
a bill to provide for tte appointment
of a commission to retort on the ooa.
dition of Indians and J.ndim eff lire,
and maices a number cf recommenda
BADEAU'g CLAIM AGAINST THE QBAJiT
There is a great deal cf feeling
among ben. uraius nearest mends
over the course which Gen. Bade in
bai pursued with respect to the
memoirs. He early claimed.that Gen.
Grant bad no right to publish
them. liaoe, ai Badeaa declared, it
was understood wl.en he wrote his
military history of Gen. Giant that
the latter bad agreed that he would
never publish anything; that would
inteifere with the sale cf the Badeau
book. Next Badeau c'aimed a large
sum for assisting Grant, and oally
wf nt so far as to talk of the work as
"our book," and as to ask for an
interest In it? The result was tiiat
Badeau was dismissed from the Grant
house, first being paid a small sum for
elerical assistance. At the time,
before Gen. Grant waa leaving for
Mount McGregor, when he suddenly
began ti fail and was not expected to
live from day to day, he had much
work unfinished, even on the first
volume. He then made a cnlitional
agreement . with Gen. Badeau .that
in case of bis (Grant's) death Badeau
should prepare the matter already
collected for the publisher?, lo the
surprise of everyone Gen. Graot
rallied, went on with the wotk and
completed both volumes. He wrote
the w hole of it, and the stories tbat
be t ad assistance on this part of the
work are not true.
The House Omni it tee on lnva'id
Pensions bell a long session triigh',
at which it considered the the bill of
Mr. Stephenson to morraw the rate of
pension for the Ires of a leg or an arm ;
to increase the rate of pension for the
low of an tye, and theElltberry bill to
pension all honorably discharged sol
diers inc.tpazitated from performing
manual labor. The latter bill was so
amended as to provide that bonoiably
discharged soldiers who ferTed nine y
days during the war and who
are or may become disabltd
from pet firming manual labor, unlets
such disability was occasioned by their
own pros" carelessness or vicious
babitr, shall be entitled t a pension,
and in that film was ordered to he
reported to the House. The bill to
increase the rats of pension for the
loss c f an eye was also ordered to be
reported favorably. The other two
measures were laid over for farther
SENATORIAL DIN NEB.
Tho President gave a dining tv
night, to wbich half (f the members
of the Senate were invitd. At the
table Sera' or Saulsbury sat on the
right o! the President end 8enatn
Logan on his li ft. Tlieo hr Senatois
present were McMilliD, Ginscn, A 11 -ton,
Cockrall, Dawes, Conger, Cam
den, McPhersm, Evaiti, Hemptop,
Harrison, WahhallBlackburo, Fair,
A'drich, Payne, Msxey. 0101610?,
Beck.Voorhees, Teller, Butler, Plumb,
Co'quitt, Dalrh, Chace, Sabin, Kenna,
Miller, Call, Manderson, Gray, Joms
of Arkansas, Sawyer, Brown, Ha'.e
The President went the following
nominations to the Senate: Wni.L.
Trenhohn of South Carolina, now a
Civil Service Commissioner, to be
Comptroller of tho Currency in the
place of Henry W. i'nnnon, resigned;
John 11. Olterly of Illinois, to be a
Civil Service Commissioner in the
place of William L. Trenhohn, nom
inated to be Comptroller of the Cur
rency; Charles Lyman of Connecticut,
now Chief Examiner of the Civil Ser
vice Commission, to be a Civil Service
Commissioner in the plaeo of Dorman
B. Eaton, resignod.
The President said that the three
men named were selected withont
recommendations, and solely on his
own personal knowledge of their char
acter nnd capacity. All of them now
are in the public service, and all have
by their performance of duty at
attracted his attention and furnished
him personal evidence of their emi
nent fitness for tho duties of the
oiliccs for which they are named, and
what he regarded as all important,
tlieir appreciation of the needs of the
IMPORTANT LAND DECISION.
The Secretary of the Interior has
rendered a decision in the case of Jus.
Brittin, reversing tho decision of the
Commissioner of the General Land
OHiee of November 12, 18K.r, which
held that, as under section 2201, lie
vised Statutes, a person was entitled
to but one pre-emption rioht, he could
not, after perfecting one pre-emption
righ be permitted to commute a
houutstead entry into a - cash - entry,
under Bcction 2301, Revised Jtatutes,
as this would be equivalent to a second
exerciso of the same right. In re-
.1 . i ; 1 1 i! 1 .
speel 10 me lnioresis invuiveu 1.111s ue
cision is regarded by the Land Ollice
officials as the most important public
lands decision made by the Interior
Department in many years.
REPBESINTATIVE HAUN's FUNERAL. '
The Rev. Mr. Milbnrn, chaplain of
the House, conducted a brief funeral
service over the rnmairs cf Represen
tative Hahn of Louisiana this after
noon, after which the temains were
placed on the 5:30 o'clock train for
New Orleans, where the funeral ser
vices will be held. They were ac
lompsnied by a special committae of
Sanators and Representatives, in
charge of Sergeant-at-ArmR Leedom.
The Hmk of the Orra;on.
New York, March Hi. Tho com
mittee of the Oregon's passengers ap
pointed at yesterday's meeting to
take Bteps to recover the value of
their property called at tho Cunnrd
Lino oflico this morning and left a
statement of their grievances. The
direr who visited the wreck yesterday
found one bale of cotton and one case
of dry goods. The Merritt Coast
AV recking Company will make a re
port in regard to raising the wreck of
the Oregon, but as she lies in 120 feet
of water it is hardly thought probable
that the steamer will be raised. Tho
cargo, engines and the valuable parts
of the vessel, however, will be brought
to the surface.
Ixilr. The diver sent to the scene of
the Oregon wreck yesterday got back
to New York this morning, and re
ports that the Oregon is broken in
two, and that pieces of cargo from her
hold are coming to the surface. His
theory is that she broke in two wl.en
the bow struck the bottom. Specta
tors say that tho Oregon hounded
us she struck the bottom and then
sank again. The ouly thing now to
be done with her will be to blow up
the hulk in the hope of alio ing the
cargo to be lished up. The depth is
such that divingoperations can only be
carried on in very calm weather, if lit
all. The Merritt Wrecking Company
now have several bo As near the
wreck, watching for freight that may
come to the surface, and making such
examination of the w reck us is possi
ble. No signs of wreckage from t) w
schooner have len seen, not even a
Xxmprd on a 11 Terbnlealllj.
ISrXL'IAL TO THI APPI1I..I
Ph:e Blupp. Ahk.. March 16
Charlie Watd, charged with embeazle-
ment of money in his capacity of
elerk. wai discharged from custody
before the Cleveland Uircnit Uonrt to-
dar on one of the technicalities cf
criminal law. Theea'e bad been -on
trial for ti ree days. The jury was im
paneled and instructions argued
when it occurred that he had never
been arraigi.ed. He was then ar
ricneH and at'cused plead tbat his lib
erty had once been in jeopaidy and
be c'a'med a discharge, which waa
granted by the couit
I)w toh " wiiil a dcsnoirinir oatieiit
to bis physician, "I am in a dreadful
condition! 1 uan neither lay nor H.
What shall I do r "1 minx you nan
better roost," was the reply. Now, if
we consider that this poor lellow was
all contorted with rheuintim, the
doctor would have done much better
by prescribing Salvation Uil, wlncli
would have re.icved his patient at
once. I'rice, 25 cents a bottle.
SPLIT OS IRISH rOLICY.
A BAB BREAK IN R. (i LAD
Chamberlain and rrevelj.m Resign
Specolationg as til I heir
v LosiKix, March Hi. Ignite nil the
ories to the contrary, it is learned to
day authoritatively that 1 t ti Mr. Jo
seph Chamberlain, lrvs.lent of the
Ijocal Government Hoard, and Mr.
'1 revelyan.Secretary for Scotland, have
placed their resignation in the hands
of Mr. Gladstone. The Premier has,
however, deelincd to accept the resig
nations. His answer to the tender of
them was a conciliatory one. 1 le sug
gested to both gentlemen that they
defer final decisions on the resigna
tions until after a personal discussion
of the question at issue between him
an1 the in. To this both Mr. Cham
Iverlain and Mr. Trevelyao have as
sented. It is now known that the
subject of dispute lctwoen the Prime
Minister ami Mr. Chamberlain and
Mr. Trevelyan is Mr. Gladstone's Irish
expropriation scheme. Tho exact
sum which will be required to buy
out all the land owners of the coun
try according to the Premier's plan is
150,0110,1X10 sterling. The proiosi
tion to increase the public debt of
Great Britain that much in order to
fturchase peace in Ireland is claimed
y the Radical louderH in the Cabinet
to be usking too much for what w ill be
obtained. There was to have been a
special meet ing of t he Cabinet to-da v.
It has, however, been postponed for
the purpose of giving the resigning
Ministers time for reflection, in the
hope that both will change their
minds. Their personal friends decla e
that neither Mr. Chamberlain nor Mr.
Trevelyan will alter his purpose of re
fusing to participate in a government
which is to be responsible for Mr.
Gladstone's Irish lam! scheme.
There was much speculation in the
lobby of the House of Commons this
evening as to who would he the suc
cessors of Messrs. Chamberlain and
Trevelyan in tho Cabinet. Of the
gentlemen mentioned for 4hc places,
Messrs. Fowler, Sellar and' Borlaz are
thought to have the best chances of
being selected. Althoueh itisexpectod
that Mr. Parnell's support of Mr. Glad
stone will be solid, it is expected that
Mr. Chamberlain will secure a large
following. Messrs. Chamlterlain and
Trevelyan left the House alter the dis
posal of the questions on 'the notice
1 be IrlNh AatloMitl J rugae.
DriiLiN, March 1(1. At the regular
fortnightly meeting of the National
league here, the lrd Mayor presid
ing, Mr. Timothy Harrington, treas
urer of the Parliamentary Fnnd, an
nounced that since the last meeting
there had been received from the 1 if
ferent branches of the league in f re
fund J20H1', and from Canada and Mas
sachusetts $1445. 'Ihe Jird .Mayor
stilted that, despite the utmost exer
tions of the league, it had been found
an impossibility to entirely suppress
ngruriun outrages in the remoter dis
tricts of tho country, and he believed
that nothinc would ever prevent tlieir
occurrence until the country had its
land system placed upon an entirely
different basis than that upon which
it now rests. Continuing, his lord
ship said that he hud reason to be
lieve that Mr. Gladstone desired to
heal tho loDg standing troubles of the
Irish people. 1 ho very tlireaw which
tho Oraniremen made to resist home
rule, should it be accorded Irehtnd
justified that feeling entertained
toward them and their English sup
porters by the great bulk of the Irish,
people, and which was sometimes
pronounced to be disloyalty. A mem
ber of the Dublin Chamber of Com
merce bos given notice of his inten
tion to summon a meeting of the
Chnm1er to enter a protest against
the action of the Earl of Aberdeen,
the Irish Viceroy, in shaking hands
with Michael Davitt, and the recent
meeting at the Mansion House to con
sider measures for the relief of the
distressed people in Dublin.
The Vrrniaa lUlrlmta.
Hkim.iv, March 1(1.- The committee
of the Reichstag to which the bill
providing for tho prolongation of the
anti-Socialist law was referred, after
taking unfavorable action on the
amendments offered by Dr. Wind-
thorsL have reiected the whole lull.
The committee which has under
consideration Prince Bismarck's spirit
monopoly bill, aud which lost week
rejected the first two cluuscs, to-day
voted against the remaining clauses
of the bill, thus defeating the entire
Enrl Fanlrtt's Mcitpra-rnee Ron.
IvONOox, March 16. Viscount Jlin
ton, the scupegraeo son of Eurl I'aii
lett, and who, to revenge himself
upon his father for refusing to pay
the young man's debt, recently took
a circus to Crewkerne, the carl's vil
lage, advertising it us "'Viscount Hiu
ton's Cnrivalled Show," was to day
sentenced to one year's imprisonment
ut hard labor for obtaining goods by
means of false pretenses
Till" onilnit ConfclKtory.
Home, March hi. It is officially an
nounced that at the coming consist
ory, to be held on April 12 next, the
following dignitaries of tho church
will be made cardinals: Archbishop
Tassheau of Quebec, Archbishop Gib
bons of Baltimore, Monsignor J'erruta
nuncioHt Vienna, -Monsignor DeRoudo
nuncio at Paris, Mwnsignor Itainiiallu
Del Tendaro nuncio at Mudrid, Mon
signor Massclla, formerly nuncio ut
Lisbon. The Bahama islands which
have hitherto been in the Catholic
diocese of Charleston, will henceforth
be in the diocese of New York.
taeeredrd Atlrr Thre Denperftte
ISPKflUl, TO TBI ArriAL.I
Chattanooga, Tknn., March 16. A
remarkable suicide occurred at Wash
ington, in Rhea county, Tennessee, to
day. Thomai HonstoD, a wealthy
farmer, while laboing under a fit 01
mental .aberration jumped into a well,
but the water being toi sf allow 10
drown him he climbed out and th-n
attempted to end hie existence by
dashing ont his brains againit a stable.
He male a second failure and final'y
succeeded in taking his life by bang
One of 1 lie Jollrt Kxpresa Itobbrr
SiiKi.nvviM.K, III., March Id. De
tectives this morning arrested James
Besliears, charging him with being one
of the Jolict express robbers. He
shears hud just returned to town after
several days' absence, and could not
satisfactorily explain how ho received
an ugly-looking wound on his head.
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Road Carts, Etc;, Etc., Etc.
IIeins;lNiroii of lONing Out (bin brunch of our IiiIiim, conkl-tlng of VelilHe-nf nil
My let and qiinlilicH, we will filer them lr the ext IK) 1un lit FlltSl CSl'. Coldwnier
Itoad CnrtM 3ecti. Call erl aud make your M-leellon.
WOODRUFF-OLIVER CARRIAGE AND HARDWARE COMPANY.
KKTIIVI.I. .PP, tnlnm
I)RUMUKLlltR-Atroiidfn 228 Hconnd
Mrt-I. at o'rlurk p m , March 16, 1HSH,
Mr. 6. P. PaitHHiLLiK, trad lorty-iht
Fnnaral from resiJenoa thii (WKDNES
DAV) afternoon at 3 o'rlurk. Friandi In
titod to attend.
Binltif It Pattern In Pari, and London
dxlgna for uraat, trayrliai, boating
and Unait aulta.
Rich Pluih and Y.lret Rule..
Faille Francaiia ana lieasalinal In every
Rich Pearl Jel and Gem Urotiarfei.
The Kidh.nl Laoei .hewn her line the war.
Maaarin Laopi, Uarquiae, Uuipure and
Embroidered Crap Line, the laleit Idvmi-
day Bargains In Drtea CiooUa.
AM. NEW GOODS.
3-Inch Dlatonitla, all new colore 'no
44-Inch Fin head Checks, all woven Mk)
4A inch Wool Lace Can v a. ff o
40-inoh Caruel'l Ualr Diagonal ..8Io
BARGAINS IN 5 ILKS !
All-Silk Rhadamea In (Jold Itrown, Indi
go, Manlio and Taleiram Dins Mo
2C-inch Mtk Hurahn, all birln( ihadea....7Vi
Hlack -'ilk Khadamea AV
Black Bilk Hurah fto.ll IX)
Spring Wtaps and Jackets.
Uarln purchad the e tire .ample line of
a largo Importing hnune we are enabled to
odor Wrapi and Jacket', al1 nw and
beantlful. OVK-XHIRU UNDKH J' RICH.
V Children'! Wrap, at lbs aama dUoount.
Rich sew goodi alihla Uraat Dargaio.
TO-DAY At Mo,', all oar Real K d U1oyo,
worth t!2i to. At II fiO, all our line Mnn
quetairo and Dndr.Med HloTeJ, worth 12
to a-f ou At .ho, liisie move . worm wo.
At 44e, Bilk Olovea worth 75u and f I.
IMMBNmE BARtiAm IN (OUSELS
Mondar- For 3S, a ooraet worth.7S" I for 75k,
a flue nateen comet worth II il; for Wo, cor
etnotto ba had elsewhere undarll K0 for
II, a choice of all oar ahort endi of eoreeta
worth from 11 50 to 13 60.
M. & K. fl. Kromex & Co.
New Orleans and the Great
WEDNESDAY, March 17, 1880,
Via ths Old and Knllable Il'lnnla
'ruiral,"lb Model Railroad of Ihe
Koulh" One of Hie Cbeaaeat and
Moat Attraettv-- Trip on Itreord
Jurt think nf the Ratea lor tha Round Trip-
To Maw urleana ana neiurn ;
From Fulton IKr.) Martin, etc., ooly.7 nn
From Milan, JucknoD, etc., only IIO
From (Irand Jureiion. etc.. only 0 (V
From Holly rtprlng. Oitord, eta. .only A OO
From (Iron .da, Winona, tto., only 4 OO
From llurant, etc., only S BO
From Meinphie via Holly Hprinm 5 OO
And eren thoe low ratci Include tlckete of
admimion tu the great Kiaoaition, which of
it oil a one ia worm me oom oi tne trip.
Ti'kete good to return at pleasure en all
regular trains lor !
On AVodnonInj, March 17, 1S80,
A Npocia' Tr vin, wilh ample and 4rnt-nlaii
accoinn odntions In every rnMiect, inoludiiiR
i ulliuan 1'iluci tiloeper-, wi I leave Kulton
lor New Orletin., vi the Illinois Crnlr l
Railroad, at tfo'clock a." .: v ill leave Milan
at 10:f5 a.m. : Jackaon at 12:10 p ni.;Uniud
Junction at 3 p.m.- Holly t-Jiringi aH:IO
p.m.: llreid at 7:30 p in ; flurant attf:!1)
P.m., thus . iving a DAY 1,11)11 1' A Hill V A L
In Ihe Croscen. City at about oa.uj. on tho
Thi l Indn.d a r.-iro and dr-t olan nppor
t'.nityior overybody. and the attentiin of
tho .ulioi In particuliir in cilled to this Ki
rursion, ai it will rortuinly prove a charm
ing and deligh' ful trip lor them.
hnecial arrangement have been made
with the Hotel In NewOrleuna for th bene
fit ot thin Ejouriiod.
lluy your ticket at onco, eecure ileeplng
carbfrtha or eealiona if wanted, and avail
yournelfof thia very cheap and do igh'.lul
epportunily to viait t e great Kp itlon and
tne beautitul "Crescent City,'' as this is tba
mo t attractive eaton of the yenr.
Tickots for sa'c at the above and other sta
tions bv the regular ticket agents of the Illi
nois Central Kaiircd.
For lunher information, addresi
V. I COLLI NV, .
Oenoral Manager Kionrtiop, Milan, Tenn.
MKR, yonag or old,
.nnd tba H iectrie
IShield and Husoenso-
Iry care every rtagn of
rweataess ol iu- nia-
ce s, reiaal Hysteui,
' Varicore and lostor
)- 'f.tloi feebled powers.
I 'rite 'V' V vlc.now refunded if
I rllv wf! IIO"1 represented.
I il II J 11,11 I Priand upward.
Wlil S VliU f,m,.hiet f.ee. All
ard rs mnst be sent to Auierin44alvan
Ic ( e , 706 esrnxuevay, new h, as
all our Wetern offices artdiwee'lnnwl.
To Merchants and Planters.
A OENCY Oodaon Jarrell Plowa,
V a'l grades, ana niieneis ana
DlnrrMi aerai'i. fall a-sortment in
,tock. TOOF. Mc(l'lWN CO.
1)H. It. L. LAKI,
1'bjBlciiio, Surgeon and Accoucher,
RBSIDRNCE AND OFFICE,
313 Halo street, Wter Cnlon.
TelepboD M. H.
E. SLUGSR, : : : TAILOR.
MY F.'HIVU ANT) 811 MM K K '1' K'K it now PotnpUi., r.miiot
tft of th lnt'(tt ii1 rhoic-t dfl-ium in all th NovrliiM in
trodurvn in lurt-Un tnnrktt. My nflooiiurn nr nitiU with iritnt
rArenilnoticti mi-( uahtv, ii onlor it oil r t th rulilirihA l-tit
fahnnult(ij n rvln mi ronsiinnnle pr icti . I i- h u a.nkn t'il ui
tinn ii I' my K'trtlon ut I tirt furiinnnf oi tin umt ip7Rtii
itfri In M. aM-t Kill SV.St nhirh are now rrmiy Jt.r the
ini'otit.a of wf friiM.di riml tbo fublic kL my nM flu . 4,
Vi'r, Nrnl nul Jrflrfcon Mm,
TRY TIIE3I ! THY
ZCLl.NI'.U'S I (Jsiiu"
ZKLLMiirB S WMia'
COHSET SHOES for WEAK AN h LES Solo Agents
erSead yoar orders or coma and ciam'rte their grand aa-ortmcntof BOOTS,
BU0BS AHU riLn'PKKS.-o
aszujiiitrnn a oo uoo iwiy.nsr mtiibht,
ajrTltntjtcd Cntalegnes Pen. Free on Anpletnn.w
THE LIVERISORE FOUNDBY
FOUJiDRY & MACHINE DKl"'T,
rla- Mil la, -r JirJi
IRON & RAILWAY- KUITLY IKl"T, 230 ami tZH Second St.
trtuccrsaors In thla department to JOHN "AN0UVE.)
par Write na or it fnrieiillun on ANY ' IIINO In either line.
J. L. FROST,
Cor. KAconsl atitl Jlourr o Six,,
Wculd call attention of his friends
and pat ons to bis
KF..V MMtnJ MIOCK,
Comprising the eh' icoat and latest do
sians of Foreign Hoods in tha market.
Having taken special care in their selec
tion, I am pleased t.iaay to my ouelomera
and pu'ilic who f ivor me with a oail, to
show them iuea oi goods only fount in
PURSUANT to a trust deed executed to
meaatrualee, hy J. K. Fllppin and M
A. Flippin, of da'e August IA, I88J. and re
corded in the Hogiittor'g office of Hbelhy
onuuty, Tennessee, in bock Ho. VA, page
Mi, I will, on
Malnrdnjr, Arl 10, 1HH9,
during legal hoars, fell, In front of the
oourtnouao door of an d county, at publin
ontory, for eaah, the properly theroby con
veyed, vis. i Lot No, two ii) in tt e division
of ihe property sold to F. Lavigne in the
oa-e of the Tennessee Marine and Flro In
surance Company va, Chaa. Poiter et al ,
Chnoery Conrt of Khe by tkiuaty, Tennes
see, sai l lot fronting 2r) feet 7 inches on we't
line nf fiheiby strrot hy a doplh weatwardly
of 140 feet, reference being here mtide tor a
mora particular doacription to decree veat
ing title in P. l.avl.no, recorded In said
hoi Ister's office, hook II. page BIO. etc
Hedemption, dower and uouiot.ad waived.
Till believed good.
1). H.P0ST0N, Trnatee. .
WANGS and ORGANS
Direct Iram f actory lo Porrluia
r, anvliiaT lt.1 prr rent. Write
Monto Plctmna &, Co., Memplila
try Goods, Motions, Hosiery.
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Nos. 328 and 328 Main St.. Memphis, Tenn.
Wi ARB IN DAILY RECEIPT f-F
OiMHIH, which we oftor to tho Tra lo
will compare favorably with those ot any uiurkol in too Oolleil Males, n e are Agents lor
TeMncfce Masuruttarlnif to.'d l'liiiilx, )rnh, hhcitln, Mrrtlip, Etr.
TiTJivrTUON' ta CVATjFI.
And Commission Merchants,
Nos. 34 nnd 15 ($ IflndlMOii Ktrcct, tfffennil.I,
jr. sBrsjAsuasta. r. uutkAm.
GROCERS & COTTON FACTORS.
Wo. 308 lor.t Street, 3Hempbie Tenn,
V"k have admltud J0UN K. MASK aa a menber of our arm, to date frnra March I, !,
ar Oar MR. MASK will give his special
THE3I! TJtY M'lIEJI.
aiinex. In all slyles, are the best In the city.
Wwwi, In all rhaps and styles, are the nub-
lile taml bo. tm the Cnile l hlnles.
ZElI.NKH'.'i Kotk Nhoea ere the heat that are made.
,KLLNKH'8 hllilren'H Nnoen will save you money.
ZKLL.N K'ri l.nsllea' sihoee aad Mla brra are the hsnd-
and moat atyllih, and are cheaper taan any
eineta ti eiuai graae
7,K.l,t,NKR'H ft l.ndlra' Kid llnltan Khoea,
wilh silk wonted butt n holes, are tha greeted bar
gains you have aver seeo.
AND MACHINE COMPANY.
1G0 to 174 Adams St.,MeiHphl.
U. V MM
wMI,B1S'..r , Nata,
i ItfllBI IlflJ
Money to Loan
On liMrovfl plnnlatlonsi la
RIHMlMiipl and ArkanMM.
Iiixlulliuoiit plaa S, S or 10
yeans. Auual lutero-it, net
In advance. No ooaiaalont.
IVotottou lilpinontt. Cheap
est loan o(IcrMl.
Francis Smith Caldwell & Co.
206 Socond ISt., Memphln.
W3 lirtvo no agon In.
ISJo. B14 BcXnlu. ABt.,
Has just reoelved a large stock of the
latest styles of
( AS.M.MEKKS AXD WORSTEDS
for Pants, which we wil1 make to order at
much leas than the oaual prices. We will
make a good all-wool pants for Call
nnd eiauiine our goods. Also, a oomplete
llneol UKNTti1 FUHNBIIINtt OOOUH
for the ooming season at our usual low
A. HEXTEIt, NO. 214 MAIN ST.
llolldcra' anil Trailers' L'xcha)rc.
rpHR charter memhors of the Memphis
L Uullders' and Tradors Kxohange met
aording to call and orttan'sed Ihe next '
monting will bo held in the Kxrhange Itnoius
in the Cotton Kirh 'nse llutidlng, lllUftS
UAV, IHih Inst., at J o o ock p in.
C. ('. HUKKK, President.
.1 W X . ttwtiwNf, K-nrolar.
DKUKAII1.8 "IPItiSm fls KljrinKH
upou tie lo 't favorable terms Our prion)
atAttun uiii. j.k.mank.
.BBEM & Oo
attention to all Cotton consigned to ui Uut