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ESTABLISHED 1840. MEMPHIS, TENN., SATUEDAY, MAY 10, 1873. VOL. 33-NO. 129 CURRENT NEWS. i I Crom The ArVansjis Capital Mrs. ..-neral Candy Seriously III Mexican Kails on the Texas Border. M Festival in ( hirasro Arrhonke Charles 1auis t;ets hi Bark Up -Sickil nnatrrrerterii in Arkansas. Marvi'iea Preferred to Heath hj Basg. ieg Prosrcss of the Anstrlaa Show Spanish Troubles in Cnha and at B"we. A Shrrlir la Exile- Arrest of Hnrtfrrn and Honr-lBirvt Baxter's l'opa- Isrfty. .jxv i.-U to the Appeal Little Rkk, May 9. Sheriff Vance, ... . ,.j,v, wuuij, .iiuk wuurewe. The man war v re recently approved by the legisla-1 (rermaii, about for.y on Sunday was driven from the county, aui took refuge in Arkadetphia, :arkn county, where he awaits the vin ' "f '.he law. The circumstance considerable gossip, and, per haps, may furnish another opportunity iur inuuia oiunners. SheritT Turner, day by being of Faulker county, brought to the city freight cars. to-nignt . Tyson and A. T. Nolan, I the supposed murderers of Hooper who j two months ago was killed, and the body placed upon the railroad trestle at Gold j t reek, on the Fort iSmith and Little Rock raiiroad who were committed to ' jail without bail. He also arrested a njted horse-thief named John H.Smith. ! Baxter strengthens with the people j dai.'v. armed with Winchester riies, drove a Urge lot of stolen cattle across the Rio Jranle into Mexico, fifteen miles below : this city. While the animals were ford ing the river a farmer near by went to see what was going on, when one of the thieves levelled a gun at him and order- intr him back to his home. A messen ger was dispatched to fort Brown and a ! party of cavalry started in pursuit, reaching the crossing an hour after the ! last of the cattle had crossed into Mexi co. The cavalry, in th:s instance, used I every effort to overtake the thieves but : without sucvess. Hrl-ftn TaaaKM the I art inn 0.ntln. Halt Lake, May 8. Yesterday the ; Omaha Herald' correspondent inter 1 viewed Brigham Young and obtained bis j views on the Indian question. He said that in 14T he settled in the country with one hundred and forty souls, and I for thousands of miles nround the land j was infested with hostile Indians; that , he gained their friendship, and by act 1 ing honorably villi tl.era, and never looping U deception, he kept it; that the hostility of the Indian had been augmented by the robberies committed by Agents, and that they had lost all ; faith in the honor and integrity of the government. Mysterious Deaal Bart? -Crashed by Car wheels. Cleveland, May 9. The IkmIv of an unknown man was found on Waverly street yesterday. The coroner's jury gave a verdict of death by heart dis- apparently years old; mustache ami long cfcu. whiskers; dressed in gray pants and drab coat. In his handkerchief "W. P. 1 was embroid ered with re . thread, and the letters '1. M." on the bosom o: his flannel un dershirt. William Wye, car insptc tor of the C, C, C. and L railroad, wa killed .yester- cruslied between two CHASE. The Betifh and Bar in Resolu tions of Condolence on the Death of the Chief-Justice. Chambers of Commerce and Other Influential Bodies Express Sympathy Mourning General. The General Assembly of New York Adopts Appropriate Resolutions The Body Lying in State. THE BODY LYING IN STATE. New York, May 9. The house of Mr. Hoyt, No. 4 West Twenty-third street, where the remains of Chief-Jus tice Chase lie, was visited to-day bv many former friends of the deceased The body has not yet been prepared for imnal, and noue but retail ves are al lowed to view it. Man v dispatches were received this morning from all parts of Uie country, nlled with expressions of respect to tne memory of the departed jurist. Word has also been received from .President Grant, expressing bis desire to be present at the funeral. The Mreat Success ar the Clarioaatl Xasi-' body will be placed in an elegant rose eal Feaiival. j wood coffin with heaw silver mould- Cincinnati, May 9. Yesterday was iogs, and three handles of the same in some respects the great day of the metal on either side. There will also be musical festival, inasmuch as the inter- I silver handles at the head and foot. The est was concentrated upon two things i iucriptiou on the plate is engraved in me tumai aiming u me purine scnoois, plain scrip, aud reads xs IwlloAs: f. ye-t imp. in ri and the admirable renderine of the Xmth Symplwny, culminating in a spon taneous and splendid ovation to Theo dore Thomas. Iu regard to the num ber of attractions, the en husiasm, and the attendance,to-day has exceeded any preceding day. About five ;iiou sand persons attended the matiuee, and in the house to-night eiht thousand persons were gathered, each apparently with increased interest in the great mu sical event. At eight o'clock to-night, the house being tilled, the executive committee refused to sell further tickets and closed tne floors against a thousand persons who sought entrance. President Crant Returned to Washing ton. Washington, May :. The President returned to this citv this evemnir nn. i:es nits Leeu received oi tne went immmi&teirrn uw urimir in man. T.- . . . . I . I . sion, where, very soon after his arrival, ue as visneii ov several gentlemen, in cluding General Sherman. Secretary Richardson, Attorney-General Williams, Postmaster-General C'reaswell, Secre-tary-of-State Fish, and Secretary Robe son. The object of the visits was sim ply to pay respects and welcome the President home. The President will resume the routine of official business in the executive office to-morrow, and much work of that character will be dis posed of. The appointments to the American missions of Japan and Russia will protiably be made before the Presi dent leaves the city on his trip to Con necticut. The President will attend the funeral services of late Chief-J ustice Chase in this city on Monday afternoon. Latest Cabas Intelligence Havana, May 9. The insurgents at tacked the town of Zencayhama, but were repulsed by the Bh anish troops. The Spanish troops attacked an in trenched camp of the reiiels at Najaro, and, aided by artillery, dislodged the in surgents. The Spanish commander re ports a loss of four killed aud sixteeu wounded, aud says the insurgents lost sixteen killed and niar.y wounded, who were carried to the woods. A Spaui-h steamer arrived here with four huudred Carlist prisoners, who esiue to reiinorce me tiau:sli armv in the Held. General tjueuegassi is dead. A boat from the Euglish gunboat Fly. received Biawell, the alleged Bank of Kugland forger, which left this eveu mgfor Kuglaud. Bidwell is in charge of English detectives. His wife is a passenger on the Corsica. It is report- eu mat ciuwen win turn State s evi dence on bis arrival in England. The officers and crew of the steamer Moro Castle testified before the Span ish authorities iu the case of Wilson, the New York thief, who tried to rob the Kughsh detectives ou board the steamer Moro Castle, ou her voyage froui New York to this port. Wilson will proba bly be liberated soju, and banished. A dispatch from Santiago De Cuba to-day aays that O'velly arrived there yesterday aud was placed in Moro Fort. i ne trial is to be Projreas of the Vienna Exposition. Vienna, May 9. The number of vis - to the exposition since the opening lias beta-, from twelve to sixteen thou sand. Aa Attempt to Cheat the fallows of a Tletlas. :khistown, N. Y., May 9. Lusig i i, the murderer, refuses to take foxl, an i !- trying to starve himself before Thursday next. Stamina- Kntnaraafthe LomH Cantata Msli-s Arrtte txpealtlon. Washington, Mm it. It is rumored one Ua I ' aptaiu Hall's arctic exolorinif sltainer Polaris. No particulars. Trl .l f Siiehel Conr terfelters. I.niLK Rock, May 9. One of the j nickel counterfeiters brought to this citv iniueu ount s evidence, a large numlter of persons ?ru part of the State. Cincinnati, May 9. A man, whose name i- upp.wed to be Paine Birch, c immitte-l suicide this morning by og into the river from the suspen si : bridge, a distance of sixty-four feet. A Portrait of Abraham Lincoln. Aliiany, N. Y., May 9. The assem y pa-sned a resolution appropriating thousand dollars for a full-length jiortnut of Abraham Lincoln, to be pi in the governor's room of the eafcXtol. Dnmaced by Fire. Milwaukee, May y. The clothing stablishment of T. C. Evans, on Fast W ater street, was damaged to theexten: i1 ten thousand dollars, this morning, 'y itie smoke of a fire which was ex uaguished before any material damage! was done to the building. Kallr.wa Aeeident-Tno Hon Killed. Haktfobh, Conn., Mav 9. Two cars of a freight traiu on the Hartford, Prov idence aud Fish kill railroad were thrown from the track at Tolles's station, near Waterbury, this afternoou, and the con-1 ductor, George Bradlev, aud the road-1 ina-ster, A. M. Butts, were killed. P. I tYhite, assistant roadmaster, was badlv j hurt. AiiJonrM-ueat of the Tensesaee Press At- : social lou. Nashville, May . The press asso ciation, in session at Lebanou, adjourn - I last evenii.. A res.lutiou was adopted for the members to refuse legal ad vert Mm except at their own rates. solution to take efl'ect wheusignel ly four-fifths of the members iu the Ntate. J. O. Griffith, of the Rural bun, Nashville, was elected president. Xoremeatv of Washington oairlala. Washim.ton, May . tiecretarv oii has directed .he war aud navy '..juirtuienis to he closed nts to be el'wed to-morrow in revpect to tiie meinorv of the late chief lue lrllil ls lo "e conducted there ."l-'ic.-. funeral Sherman leaves this Carlist Hews In London ng to attend the funeral, and on i account of the absence of the secretary of war and ieneral Sherman, Secretary , Robeson will be unable to attend. A Royal mCnttar Inonlted. IosDON, May ".A special dispatch j to the Standard, from Yieuua. states! that a serious difficulty has arisen he tween the Archduke Charles Louis, the patron, and Karon Schwartz, the super intendent of the universal exhibition, in MIIW (Man ,f the backwardness of the naWjtigemi hts. The emperor siding with tlte Gari An-hduke Charles has taken Cabtama, and left Vieuna. Financial Ianlc in Vienna. Vienna, May 9. There was a wiid I on the Bourse to-day, caused by the lore o' a leading firm, which threw a i .noiint of sto-k on the market, v. - 'lie excitement that busi- uess lecaiiie impossi have ijetitioueti tbei loe paiic i ublicly aud speculators t-ermneut to order "tious for several es of relief during Rothschild aud insulted n the Nrfcwy were B ur-e. hlc.-Mtn is Loins la Perfarm. Chicauo, May 9. The first week iu I Juue has lieen Uxed upon for the series I of grand jii- ib.-c concerts iu the great "osaeuger hvuse of the Michigan South 'u rsaaroad, which will accommislate lour thousand persons. Giliuore will i :he monster orchestra. All therail : .ads (vntering here have given exeur-.-''11 rates. The concerts will take place .luue 6th and tith, and ou the evening of the latter da a gland jubilee ball will : dose the festivities. tiemlean Jlcws. Cnr "i Mkxico, May 3. The police have 1-. !i ordered to prohibit the Jesuits froaa living in societies in Ajaca. 8ev eia! Je-uits preached disoliedi'elice to tl e laws and constitution, and their arrest wj- ordered, but being advised of the asMOt tln-v lag. ACatholicsociets Bl the capital prcseliteti Seuor Vigel, editor f rtae Siylij, with a medal bearing an t'ftigy of the pope, for wiiiiug an article iu defense of the Jesuits. The goveru uieut candidate for president and sccce tary of congrew will probably be elected. rs. ....... CoBxIltioa Washinc ion, May 9. General Sher man received the following dispatch last night: I'oKTLAM., lIMtWN, May s. iieneral W. T. Sh.-riii;,ij, WH-htUg-tou : Mrs. Can by is very feeble, and has not yet left her room . She will leave on the next steamer lor San Francisco, with i aptaiu Hawkins, and General Cauby's remains. The remains will be intenea at Indianapolis. Mrs. Can by will then go with Captain Hawkins to DetroiL R. SiAKTON, lK-Ntrtment VJuarterniaatei-' n ml. London, May 9 It u reported that tne .-.pauisn minister to tireat Hritain has made a demand on Earl Granville for the prosecution of the London Car- list committee, which is soliciting funds in aiu oi me cause or uon Carlos. A dispatch from Lisbon says a num ber of tarlists took passage on the steamer which sailed from there for Liv erpool to-day. The Carl..- s claim a victory for their jcniei, werregaray, in Navarre, and as I sert that they took three commissioned j officers prisoners, including a Colonel, auu captured a lece of artillery, but these pretensions are discredited by the official dispatches of yesterday, an nouncing the defeat and rout of Derre garay. which fa of later date than Carl ist dispatch.-. Central Laurillas goes to Navarre. In the mean time Senor Figueras will act at minister of war. The Cuited States steamer Shenan doah arrived at Port Mahan Wednes day. Her commander has asked ier uisaion f the military authorities to land and drill his crew at the arsenal. Bayonne, May 9. It is said that traf fic will soon be resumed on the North ern railroad, in Spain, there being a tacit agreement between the govern ment and the Carlists to respect the neu trality of railways, and peitnit the ruu niug of trains, so 1 ng as they do not bear troops, or materials of war DESPERATE MIKDEKEK8. Two Ruffians Make aa Attempt to Escape from a Maryland Court. Balumokk, May '. Ou the night of January M last, Mrs. Mary Ann Lamp ley, an aged lady, was murdered in this city, aud her house robbed of several hundred dollar, during the absence of i her husband. Some time after. Joshua Nicholson, who marrie;! the grand daughter of Mrs. Lamplev, aud Thomas R. Whalleu, alio.:' Hollahau, were ar rested, charged with tbe murder, and indicted. Tbe case was removed to the circuit court of A: u Arundel county, and the trial began at Annapolis last Wedueaday. Tb - evidence for the State and the defenae was concluded vmter. day. During the trial, Krev, deputy Chase, Chief-Justice. Born January 13th, MM; died May 7th, 1873." A bro ken column, formed of tea roses, came- lias and other choice flowers, around which myrtle, ivy and laurel are twined, the whole resting od a bed of fragrant exotics and laurel leaves, was sent to the house this morning, and, with other flo ral gifts, will be placed beside the coffin THE CACSE OF DEATH. New York, May 9. Dr. Perry says the first cause of Judge Chase's death was a rupture of one of the cerebral arte ries, a violent rush of blood burrowing, as it were, through the texture and sub stance of the braiu, paralyzing the left side. During the last twelve hours of his life there was no evidence of vitality except labored breathing. Dr. Perry said from all he learned Judge Chase was quietly sleeping when the blood-vessel burst, and, flooding the brain, the pa tient had slight convulsions during the day, but they gradually grew more fee ble. Dr. Metcalf said the brain was ter riblv bruised by the bursting of the blood-vessel. The immediate cause of his death was compression of the brain. Dr. Clark, after describing his condition after the first attack, said he suffered no pain, and died an easy death. MEETING OF THE CINCINNATI!' HAMBEK OK COMMERCE. Cincinnati, May 9. The chamber of commerce to-day adopted a memorial on the death of Chief-Justice Chase, eu logizing his uuity of purpose, earnest maintenance of his principles, ciear in tellect, force of character, strength of will, his unexcelled influence in mold ing the destiny of State, and his im portant relations to the late revolution; declaring that the motive of his action was a deep love of justice to all men and a hatred of wrong, which made him the elooueut and fearless champion of the T'ights of the down-trodden ; that in the hour of victory he was tbe counsellor ot amnesty and pardon ; that in the man agement of the national finances be was a success, aud that as an advocate, jurist and statesman, and man of intellectual power, he left not his equal behind. Tbe memorial was ordered to be spread on tbe journals of the chamber of com merce, and that a copy be forwarded to his family. THE BROOKLYN COMMON OK "NCIL. New York, May 6. The Brooklyn common council has appointed a com mittee to represent the city at the fu neral. MEETING OF THE NEW YORK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. New York, May 9. The chamber of commerce to-day adopted resolutions expressive of the loss to the country by the death of Chief-Justice Chase, anil appointed a committee to attend the funeral. The mayor has requested that flags be displayed at half-mast through out the city aud by the shipping on Sat urday. RESOLUTIONS BY THE ASSEMBLY OF NEW YORK. Albany, May 9. The memory of Chief-Justice Chase was honored to-day in tbe assembly by the adoption of ap propriate resolutions, and the apoint- ment of a committee to attend the fu ueral. MEETING OF THE BAR OF BOSTON. Boston, May 9. The bar of Massa chusetts met to-day and appointed a comuiiuee to prepare resolutions con cerning the death of Chief-Justice Chase; also, a committee to attend tbe funeral. In Portland, Maine, the U nited States courts were adjourned, after testimony was borne to the exalted character of the deceased. MEETING OF THE BENCH AND BAR OF BALTIMORE. Baltimore, May 9 The bench and bar of this city held a meeting to-day in respect to the memory of Chief-Justice Chase. Reverdy Johnson paid an elo quent tribute to the character and public- service or the deceased, as the worthy aud honored successor of Jobu Marshall aud Roger B. Taney. During his speech Johnson reviewed the opinions of Jus tice Chase on some of the most impor tant cases decided by the supreme court. Appropriate resolutions were adopted, which will be spread upon the records oi the courts of the city, and forwarded to the family of the deceased. the remains to be conveyed to washington the i'kksident's or DER. Washington, May 9. The body of the late chief-justice will be brought here ou Saturday night, aud will lie in state, iu tbe supreme courUroom, ou Sunday, where the publi will have an opportunity to view the remains, be tween the hours of ten aud five. The body will be placed on the same cata falque upon which were laid the remains of Mr. Lincoln. Several officers of the supreme couit left here, iu company with other officials, to attend the exer cises iu New York to-morrow. The fol lowing executive order has beeu issued: "The President announces with deep regret the death of Hon. Salmon P. Chase, chief-justice of the Cuited States, who cloned a life of long public service in the city of New York on the seventh instant, having filled the offices of sen ator of the United States, governor of Ohio, secretary of the treasury, and, crowning a long career in exalted posi tion, chief-justice of the United States. The Preeideut directs that the public offices in Washington shall be closed on Saturday, the tenth instant, the day of his funeral, aud that they be draped iu mouruiug for thirty days, and that flags be displayed at half-mast on the puohc huilding and rorts, ano on me na- J. Still, Sprinfield, Ohio; R. B. Freel, Cincinnati ; Theo. L. Houston, Spring-j lield; Emerson Opdyke. Warren, Ohio; R, Sherrard, Steubenville, Ohio; Wm. EL Worden, Cincinnati; C. G. McGuire, i Ciucinnati; John C. Woodruff, Cincin nati: & G. Suulre, Chilllcotbe; W. H. Ladd; General McCook; H. M. Wat- terson, of the Louisville Courier-Journal. 8. 8. Cox was called to the chair, and A. Parsons aud A. L. Burnett were i appointed vice-presidents, and White- law Reid was chosen secretary. 8. S. Cox opened the meeting by saying: "We have met here as citizens, or, i rather, residents of Ohio. Our common grief has been the cause of our assem ! tiling. I have often been called on to speak of tbe death of public men. but this death of oir leading Ohio .-tates-maii touches us all, and goes home to the heart of every Ohio man. There were few present who so well remembered Mr. Chase as the speaker. Mr. Cox reviewed the career of Chief-Justice Chase as a law yer in Ohio, and spoke of his gentleness toward his political opponents. He was an honest magistrate and pure jurist, and it is fitting that the citizens of Ohio should meet here and take fitting action in regard to his death. A committee was appointed to draft suitable resolutions. W. H. Ladd, a member of the con vention which iu 18o5 nominated Mr. Chase for governor, spoke eulogisticallv of Mr. Chase's candor and simplicity of character. Whitelaw Reid then read resolutions highly eulogistic of Chief-Justice Chase, euding with a resolution that the citi zens of Ohio here present attend the fu neral iu a body. H. T. Burnett, of Cincinnati, spoke eloquently of his recollections of Chief Justice Chase of his pcfaWMl mag netism, and grasp and breadth of thought, and the degree of culture about a man that inspired admiration and reverence. Such exalt a nation. He was the most perfect type of a noble and great life that this generation has produced. The estimation of history will probably give Mr. Chase the first place among the great men who made a part of the history of our civil war. R. E. Parsons, besides refer ring to Mr. (.'base's greatness as a public man, referred especially to the deep religious principle which actuated him throughout his whole life. Mr. Par sous thought Mr. Chase was the greatest statesman of the generation with the exception of Daniel Webster, and Mr. Chase was not intellectually inferior to him. N General McCook and Rufus Andrews made brief eulogistic remarks on the great chief-justice. Mr. Watterson, of the Louisville Courier-Journal, said he had known Mr. Chase all bis life, and there was one little circumstance illustrative of his character to which he would call atten tion: Mr. Chase belonged, in early life, to the Jefferson party, which I regard as being at the time tie party of intelligence. 1 think Mr. Chase's was the broadest and strongest mind that party ever produced. When the question of the reconstruction of the south came up for consideration, Mr. Chase urged the granting of universal suffrage for the south, believing that if rebels and blacks were allowed to vote Jefferson Davis would have few support ers. Mr. Chase wished to see the coun try restored on that principle of republicanism. LOUISIANA. l ititeil States TrootM and Metropolitans on their Way to Sit- Martinsville. Marshall Packard and Attornej-tienera Williams Correspond by Tele graph I he Result. General Badger Badgered by DeBlanc W hereaoouta of the Latter a Mystery. NEW YORK. Bn ;jlar hilled -Gambling Hells Closed Another Cable Company Stokes's Case. drare Charges 8gainst the Consul' . one nil of V rngnay National Temperance Society Miscellaneous. UoMi;, deputies nosta, ri a sieech i us . ..)!, rations. He said Italy was i o compelled to preserve obligations of mortmain by which these bodies ex isted, but at the same time she should ea ve the generals of religious orders the means of keeping up their communi catto with tiie Catholic world; that I tab iu abolishing the temporal power of the poje had contributed to the progress of the present ceuturv, but she i,.u.-i refrain from attacking spiritual power. Kitle-tklevlax an laeTesaa Hor.it r Bkowwsa ii.i.k. May 9. Yesterday Homing a party of about twenty uieu, marshal, aud Trioue, chief detective, of tuis city, testified relative to a confes sion of murder made by the prisoners. A special to the Amerixin from Auuap olit this morning says that when the cell of HoJlahan was entered, it was found that he bad worked t'ie irons off' both his iegs. ISubsecueutly, he was brought to court, with Nicholson, aud the trial proceeded. The State attorney was on I rionjtl v..i , , ,hP dav'of the funeral bis closing argument, when Hollahau j irj honor r.f the memorv of the illustri ous dead. ' By order of the I'resJdeut. HAMILTON KIH, Secretary of State. Washington, May , 1878. MEETING OF CITIZENS OF NKW YORK, AND KKSOIA'TIONS PASSED. Nkw York, May 9. A meeting of tbe citizeus of Ohio was called to-night to take action in regard to the death of Chief-Justice Chase. The following were among those present: Whitelaw Reid, Xenia, Ohio, editor of the New York Trilmne; 8. S. Cox, Col umbus; H. L. Burnett, Cincinnati; Dr. Fuller Walker, Cleveland, Dr. J. S. Hangs, Cincinnati; Oeorge R. Blanch ard, Cincinnati; R. E. Parsons, Cleve land, Rev. Kioanuel M. Schultz, Dela ware; William J. F. Findley, Xenia; Rufus 1. Audrews, Medina, Ohio; Chas. sniaiiir from the i x anil niMinv ut t atka lie laws. Deputy Marshal Frey struck him vio- May ). Iu the chamlxtf ' of feutly over the head with a heavy piece to-day Hignor Viacoute e- 0, u-ou wrapped in a stocking. Nichol uister of foreign affairs, made m,u ttpraug out of the tox and rushed to- vor oi aoonsniug iciig- ward r rev. when a melee ensued. The scene was fearful and exciting. Detec tives Pourteand Shaffer rushed to tbe rescue of Marshal Vy to protect him from an attack, and to secure the two criminals. Hollahau was struck ou tbe head and badly cut, the blood streaming over his face. Marshal Frey, although badly injured was able to assist in sub duing the prisoners, Loth of whom were soon ov rcome and handcuffed. After tbe excitement subsided the trial of the case was proceeded with and given to theiury at one o'clock, wlio soon re turned with a verdict of guilty of mur der iu the first degiee. New York, May 9. John Mur phy is the name of tbe bur irlar that was shot dead at Newtou, Long Island, a few weeks since, while attempting robbery. He came to this city from Chicago, and was well-known in the western and southern States. Gambling saloons of all classes were closed last night by their proprietors, in auticipatiou or that duty being done by the police. The cotton exchange to-day resolved to encourage the laying of an additional awe, and to take stock in the new company. Edward B. Garcia, the consul-general of L ruguay, was arrested to-day ou the charge of defrauding shipbuilding firms in uoston out or eleven thousand dol lars. It is now said the judges or the su preme court, at the general term, who denied Stokes's motion for a new trial, will not resentence him pending the de cision of the court of appeals, to which the cause next will be taken. At the annual meeting of the National Temperance society, held hereto-day, William E. Dodge was elected president and J. N. Steams corresponding and re corning secretary. The receipts for the past year were fifty-three thousand nine uuudred and eighty-two dollars; ex penses, fifty-three thousand eight hun dred and forty-two dollars. Resolutions were adopted appealing to congress to appoint a commission to inquire iuto the liquor traffic throughout the country and to pass a general law prohibiting the manufacture and sale of intoxicating li quors in the United States. Application for letters of administra tion of the estate of Charfes M. Barras, the author of Black Crook, was made to-day, but was opposed by the counsel for Hiram D. Barras, brother of the de ceased, who is on his way from San Francisco. An adjournment of ten days was granted. Alfred M., John M. aud Washington M. Barras are also claim ants to the estate. The funeral of James 1. Hayes took place this afternoon at St. Ann's Epis copal church. A number of theatrical people attended. At Albany the court of appeals passed appropriate resolutions i:i lespect to Chief-J ustice Chase, and adjourned. Iu reference to the recent statement that the Newfoundland government (xiesesses the right to claim possession of the Newfoundland telegraph line uext year, it is ascertained that by legis lation three years subsequent to the granting of the original charter iu 1864, the Colouial parliament gave permission for the consolidation of the Newfound land company with the Atlautic ca ble company. This action, it is a serted ou high legal authority in Eng land, overrides the right of purchase through arbitration. A Herald special from London states that John Stuart Mills died of phleg monous erysipelas. It terminated fa tally the third day after its appearance, by closing the passages of his throat. Mr. Mills left an autobiography ready for the press, aud several other complet ed works. The New York "tribune says there is lo be a press convention at Meridian, Mississippi, in June. Great alarm was expressed under the supposition that there was a law which prevented the sale oi liquor withiu five miles of Mer idian, aud tbe Brandon Republican wanted to know what would become of tbe "drinking members." The horri ble drouthy prospect stimulated investi gation, and at last, to the infinite conso lation of the frigbteued editors, it was discovered by the conductor of the Meridian Gazelle that there was no such law, it having beeu killed by a pocket veto. Whereupon ail the brethren re solved to attend, and there was infinite peace and contentment. In a recent battle with Dorregary. near i!.stelJa, the avara government troops were totally routed. They lost two hundred kille I and many prisoners, beside small arms and oue cannon. Colonel Navarra, the commander, is among tbe prisoners. The government armyTn Biscay is in a state of mutiny in consequence of not having received their pay. There are several regiments of infantry and a regiment of cavalry in such proximity to New Orleans that, should more i roups le needed than teueral Emory has now convenient ly located, their services could be had iu a few hours. UNITED STATES TROOPS MOVINO. Brashear, May 9. The United (States will leave here by laud, not being able to procure transportation. No Me tropolitans are In town. Everything is quiet as far up as Centreville. MOUNTED METROPOLITANS. Franklin, May 9. Forty-three mounted Metropolitans, commanded by MikeCooney, passed here at nine o'clock this morning. It is understood that there is nothing now to prevent forming a junction with those at St. Martins ville. MARSHAL PACKARD TELEGRAPHS AT TORNEY-GENERAL WILLIAMS. Washington, May 9. Marshal Pack ard telegraphs from New Orleans to Attorney-General Williams that, having warrants for the arrest of DeBlanc and ten other leaders in insurrectionary or ganizations, he called upon General Emory, who furnished a military force of two officers and forty men to make the arrests. This force arrived at Brashear City by rail, but could not proceed at once to St. Martinsville for want of transportation by water. Their arrival there will, he believes, end the contest SENSATIONAL. New Orleans, May 9. The Pica yune' New Iberia special says Colonel DeBlanc has abandoned his camp at Fournets and mysteriously disappeared, to the great consternation of Badger, who has mounted all the men he could and stationed detachments in different portions of the surrounding country. Forty-five mounted Metropolitans, ma Frankliu, were expected at New Iberia to-night. BL RIAL OF BISHOP M IL YAINE Imposing Services at SI. Paul's Church, Cincinnati. Cincinnati, May '. The funeral ser vices of tbe late Bishop Mcllvaine took place at Christ church, in this city, to day. At eleven o'clock the body was borne from St. Paul's church, where it had Iain during the morning, to Christ church, teu clergymen and sixteen lay men acting as pall-bearers. The order of the procession was, the standing committee of the diocese, clergy of the Episcopal church, clergy of the other churches, trustees and faculty of tbe Kenyon college and theological semi nary, several convocations of the vestry of Calvary church, vestries of other churches, citizens and strangers. At the door the bishops, consisting of Bishop Bedell, Bishop Liee, from Delaware, and three bishops from Canada, met the corpse at the clinrch-door aud re pealed tbe passage beginning, "I am the resurrection and the life. 1 know that my Redeemer liveth. We brought nothing into this world, and it is certain we can carry nothing otitof it. The an them from Psalms, thirtieth and ninetieth, were read respectively, all standing; after which the Gloria Patri was sung. The IBoti from First Corin thians, fifteenth chapter, twentieth verse, was then read, followed by the hymn, Just as 1 am. Sentences were then read, among which were, "la the midst of life we are in death." Dr. Bowen, of Portsmouth, the oldest Pres byter, then read: "For as much as it hath pleased Almighty God iu his wise providence to take out of this world the soul of our deceased brother, we there fore commit his body to the ground, looking for the general resurrection in the last davs.the life of the world to come through our Lord Jesus Christ. Then was sung, "I heard a voice from heaven," after which Bishop Cuni- miugs, of Keutualty. repeated the Lord's prayer, and Biship Bedell pronounced the benediction. It was Bishop Mc- Closky, of Michigan, who met the body at the door, and Bishop Lee, of Dela ware who read the lesson. The services were closed at twelve o'clock. The body was followed bv a large procession of carriages, etc., to Spring Grove cem etery. The clergy of the city of other denominations nearly all attended. A large number of judges of the courts were also preseut. The entire services were exceedingly impressive. ADDUIOM!. MARKETS. CHARLESTON, May 9. Cotton dull aud unchanged; middling, 18c; net re ceipts, S91 bales; gross, 768 bales; sales, 450 bales; stock, 25,541 bales; weekly net receipts, 3188 bales; gross, b769 bales; exports coastwise, 1502 baies; sales, 1550 bales. MOBILE, May 9. Cotton is quiet; middling, 17ic; low middling, 16ic; net receipts, 489 bales; exports Great Brit ain, 1474 bales; coastwise, 281 bales; sales, 2400 bales; stock, 29,130 bales; weekly net receipts, 3634 bales; exports to Great Britain, 5252 bales; coastwise, 1391 bales; sales, 4500 bales. SAVANNAH, May . Cotton is dull and nominal; middlings, 17(n$c; ordinary, 13(14e; net receipts, 692 bales; exports, coastwise, 1007 bales; sales, 1031 bales; stock, 80,483 bales; weekly net receipts, 4595 bales; exports to Great Britain, 4444 bales; continent, 1057 bales; coastwise, 2708 bales; sales, 3130 bales. GALVESTON, May 9. Cotton dull aud nominal; good ordinary, 14c; net receipts, 430 bales; exports, coastwise, 136 bales; to Great Britain, 3330 bales; sales, 5'J0 bales; stock, 41,093 bales; weeklo net receipts, 2552 bales; exports to Great Britain, 11,100 bales; coastwise, 1352 bales; sales, 1650 bales. No Pastuoneineui. It is not wise lo put oft until the heats cf summer have commenced the invlgoraUug piocetK which would have secured the sys tem, iu advance, against this untoward in fluence. By toning tbu stomach, liver and Imwels in the spring mouths with Hostetter's stomach hit tent, and continuing to take this harmless bul powerful vegetable tuvigoraii luring the summer, it ls quite certain that even persons who are naturally delicate and deaeient in vital force may escape tbe tils oi Indigestion, headache, nausea, biliousness, nervous debility and laeutal oppression which, hi tbe absence of such preparation, often prostrate aud agonise tbe more robust. A pure silmulsnt, medicated with the juices ol tbe titic-I tonic, anll-IUilous and aperient roots and herbs, as an Invaluable boon to the weak and oiling, aud this lire-sustaining boon In the lorrn of Hostetter's Hitlers, is fortu-i:;..-ly ilhin the resell of all. SPECIAL NOTICES. Pb-raielans all Admit That uuinine only effects a temporary suspen sion oi tbe attacks of Fever aud Ague, unless Its use is accompaL led by a reliable anti-bilious medicine. The testimony of grateful thousands estab lishes beyond adonblthat Hi .TUT! s L1V&K PILLS, lollowed by Quinine, is a positive and permanent cure for Chills and Fever and all Bilious diseases. Our bodler need repairing and slrengtben Ing as much as the nouses we live in. Con- i uit use gradually wears them out, and we must renew tbem when they exhibit signs of decay, in UB. TUTT'sj L1VBK PILLS tbe dyspeptic, the billons, the debilitated, and the nervons will 9nd the most genial restorative ever offered to the suffering invalid. Dyspepsia or Indigestion. Headacbe, Pain In the Shoulders, Dizziness. Sour Kraclutlons of the Stomach, Bad Taste in ibe Mouth, Bilious Ai tucks, Palpitation of the Mean, Pain in the region of the Kidneys, '1 ightnet of the Chest, Despondency and Gloom and Forebodings of Evil, are all the offsprings of Dyspepsia. For these complaints DK. TUTT'S LI v Ek PILLS has no equal. A single dose will convince anv one. BATIBIXOK'N HAIR DTK, This splendid Hair Dye Is ihe bat in the world. Toe only True and Perfect Pye. Harm less Bel i able and Instantaneous; no disap pointment; no ridiculous tints : unpleasant odor. Hemediaathe 111 effectsc hadayesaud washes. Produces I mkii. ..i. a superb Ki.ack ob Natural shown, nud laanaiana limr.CLKAN, Sorr and Bkautipul. The geu ulue signed W. A. Balchelor. Sold by ail .iru , glsta. CHAS. BATCH ELOK. Prop'r, '. Y. HHUMAKER May ft, 187T., IA Camilka, oldest daughter of Maurice and Sarah 1 . Shu maker. Funaral will take placathla i SATURDAY) afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Friends are respect fully invited to attend. Sen-ires by Hov. Dr. Steadmau at the residence. St. I.,,uis and Lynchburg (Va.i pnpera p ease copy.) SICK Mrs. Ei.lbx'Nora, wife of John U. sick, aged 125 years. The funeral will take place this iSATTJIt DAY) morning, lot h Inst., al lu o'clock, from her late lesldence, on South street, between Desoto and Uernan lo road. MAUKVNEY -At the residence of TSngene Mugevuey, Adams street, John maoevxey, in tne sixty-third yoar of his age. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Attention, Knighta Templar. ALL who intend going to ClarksviUe are hereby ordered Ui attend promptly this SATl'HDAVi afternoon, at o clock, at Ibe b xponitlon Buildinir. Bv command UKO. MELLKHmH. E. C. Jno. J. WmiKit, Recorder pro tern. myio I. CLO. F. rpHK JOINT BOARD OF Tilt's- X. tees will attend an adjourneu meeting in Library Room this iSATCRDA V t evening, at -' o'cl'it By order of the President ray 10 J. P. PRESCOTT, Secretary. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. rpHB officers und members of Ten- neasee Lodge No. j K. of P.. are requested to meet mis (HAXUKDAmi evening, at 1 o'elock, at their Castlet Hall, 201 Front street, as the question of changing the night of meeting will ue orougni nerore tne Lxige. Vlsltiu", Knights are invited to attend. . E. C. DIVERS, C. i . C. E. McClkan. K. of R. and S. myio rSa Morning " lass Ho. 19. 57, 15, 21, 2, iti, 45, 51, 10, 21, UT, 12, 111 Evening Clam No. Ml. 3D, IV, 117, IT, 1, 18, 44, 24, 4K, 14, 2, Mempbls, this Uth day of May, 1H73. QDADWa JKT BKK sent free. Addri-s, OlUnl O Kaolz Book Co., my .0 a Murray street. New York. 0HADIV TlaVn A!l shout it,l cents, post DaU&l Uaili! paid. Kaols Book, '-to., nylO ft Murray street, -New xorK. THE SUNDAY APPEAL THE BEST PAPER IN THE SOOTH Send In Your Advertisements for To-Morniw's Edition. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC, MEMriiis and Little Rock Railway CO." Office oi the Presi dent, LitUe Rock, Ark., May 2, 1873. J THE puicbaaers of the MEMPHIS AND LITTLE BUCK RAILROAD have this day organized under '. 'it- above name by the election of the following BOARD OF DIRECTORS: SAM. TATE, HU. L. BRINKLEY. Memphis, Tenn. LitUe Rock, Ark. alex. Mcdonald, W. m. fakrinoton. Little Rock, Ark. Memphis, Tenn. A. H. GARLAND, Little Rock, Ark. The Board organized by the election of the following OFFICERS : SAM. TATE, President. HU. L. BRINKLEY. Vice-President. WM. IS. GREENLAW, General Manager. A. S. LIVERMORr.,GeneralSuperintenden' . JNO. W. GOODWIN, Secretary Treasurer. B. D. WILLiAMs.. Lund and Oeue'al A- . A. H. GARLAND, Attorney for ArkanMts. WM, MESSICK, Attorney for Tennessee. The business will hereafter be carried on In the name ot the Memphis and Little Kock Hallway Company, under the supervision of the above-named officers, myio SAM. TATE. President 3TOTJCE. Office ) Memphis and Vicksbttro Railroad Co., -Vlcksburg, Miss., May 7, 1873. j aar There will be a meeting of the Stock holders of the Memphis and Vlcksburg Raii road Company, at ray office, on Wednesday, tbe ltn nay of Jane, 1S73, for the purpose of electing Thirteen il3) Di rectors to serve for the ensuing year. mylO WM. A. FAIRCHILD, Sec'y. CHANUE OF FIKM NAME. 'pHE partnership between S. D. Harmon and JL George B. Morton having been dissolved ou January bit of this year, 1 shall hereafter, being successor to the firm of Harmon Sc Mor ton, transact all business only tinder my own name. GKOHUK B. MORTCN. Memphis, May 10, 1873. my 10 15,000 COPIES SOLD ! OF DIT80X ic CO.'S CJfEQUALED GEMS OF STRAUSS Containing all the best Strauss Waltzes, Polkas, Mazurkas. Galops, (Quadrilles, etc. 150 pages. Price, S 30. This extraordinary collection of Stranss's best music has achieved a great success, and edition after edition has been issued to fill the popular and steadily increasing demand; 1S,U00 copies sold since Novem ber last testify to its popularity. AmoDg Its " Gems " are the " Blue Danube," " NAii Nights," "Manhattan,'' "Wine, Women and Song," " Nen Vienna," "Alttara Life," "Royal Songs," "Marriage Bells," and fifty other Waltzes; "Pizzicato" Polka; "Clear the Track," Galop; " One Heart, One Soul," Mazurka; and twenty other choice Polkas, Mazurkas, (Quad rilles, etc. Price tLM in board covers; 8 in cloth; 81 ih gilt. Also, lust published: "Strauss Dance Jlnnlc fur Violin and Pli.no," , a collection el tbe best Strauss Music, effectively arranged for Piano and Violin. Price, ?1. Sold by all Book and Music Dealers. Published by OLIVER DITSON A CO., Boston. CHAS. H. DITSON CO r myio 711 Broadway, New York. TO MECHANICS DAT LABORERS, Salaried Men! We are authorized to sell I bo balance ol the " THOMAS " LOTS, North Memphis, at reasonable prices, and upon terms of payments oue-dfth cash aud balance in instalments by the mouth, the quarter, or the year, at the choice of the pur chasers, witb sis per cent, interest added. The location is beautilul and title unques tionable. Call aud get map, visit the prop el ty, select your lot, and we will name a fair prioe, and you name the terms of payment that will suit your means and convenience. Here is the best opportunity for men of small means to buy homes. DOIIOHO & BSLHLEV, Agent for "THOMAS" .ot IN STORE AND TO ARRIVE DURING THIS WEEK: 40 tierces UaaM, 300 boxes Breakfast Bacon, 300 tubs Batter, Which we will sell at bo'.'.om prices. OLIVER, FLNNIE & CO. RFMFORD YEAST POWDiHS! NOT ONLY THE BEST. BUT THE Cheapest Yeast Powders Mai. AUCTION SALES. Auction Sale or Goats and Hogs. THK Goats and Hogs now coo fined at the I Pounds, will be sold at I'ublle Auetlon 'I HIS lA Hi 111 o'rtiwlr i. m myio P. B. ATHV. Chief-of-I'oltce. BY BOOTH Sc MARTIN. LARGE AUCTION SALE or HOUSEHOLD AMU KITCHEN FURNITURE. WE WILL HELXs This Saturday Morning. Hay lO, commending at 1(! o'clock, a large lot of House hold and Kutehen r urniturs. Groceries, etc.. consisting of Beds, Bedsteads, Wardrolws, Bureaus, Wash-stands1, Mattresses, etc. Also, one line Ureen Hep Farlor .Set yuraltnr.. Also, large line of i.KO'.EUIES, consisting ( Flour, ."larch. Tobacco, etc. Alas, two very Une GOLD WATCH ts, Hale positive. BOOTH a MARTIN. Auctioneers. niylU Main -ii. ri . omer Jefferson. Assignee's Sal,at Auction, WINES, LIQUORS, FIXTURES, etc., stock of Kenny A Hill, Thiirstlaj, May ir,(h;at M Front Si. W. H. Horton, Assignee. my.H A. M. STODDARD .V CO., Anrt'rs. AUTOMATIC CAB. COUPLER. "Pat your iner-y sturr it still Ibe most sHMi.' PUBLIC SALE or CITY LOTS! B. C. Preston's Nntxll vision. ON THURSDAY, MAY 15. at 11 o'clock, upon the premises, the public are invited to the sale of 24 BUILDING LOTS! being Ih fnttre ground on BOTH SIDES OF COURT . STREET extending Irom Manassas to Dnnlap streets, thronch the beautiful property known as the Preston Urora. Terms extremely liberal. OSr Title perfect Tuxes paid. TKFZETANT U CO.. Anrtlonwr. PICNICS. ICNIC! MACHINISTS AND BLACKSMITHS SECOND AWIMX PICNIC WILL liK HKLD AT James Park, May 12th. TICKETS, FIFTY CENTS LAD L1C FREE. The following prizes will be offered: A FINE SILK HAT to the best quoit pitcher. A wheel-barrow race, blindfolded, for a fine MKERSCHAl'M PIPE. FOURTH ANNUAL PIC-NIC! OF THE SOCESTA DI UNIONS E FRATELLANZA IT ALMA JLT JAMES PARK ON Wednesday, May 14 aar-xhe programme will be the best the Society has ever offered to the pnblic, and it is well known that ls has always been second to none. KT Sealed proposals for the PRIVILEGES of Kestaurani, shooting Uallery ;iud Confec tionery received until Saturday, May 10th, at noon, bv A. B VACCARO.:m Kront -it MISCELLANEOUS. "H0MEW00D" S&le Postponed, In consequence of the very limited number of persons present, until some fntnre an nouncement. In the meantime, any party desirous of negotiating for the property on private terms, can do so by calling upon our Mr. W. B. DONOHO, at our office, as he is Determined to Soli. ud at a bargain. DOOHO & BI LELET. FULL WEIGHT BUCKETS Family Lard DEALERS AND CONSUMERS WILL find onr Lard cheaper than short weiicm packages. PROCTOR 4 GAMBLE, Cincinnati, Ohio. BRODK A COOPER, Agenla. ft " A NEW IDEA, AND NEW INSTITUTION. BOA.RDINj-HOl'-E and Ladies and Gen tlemen's restaurant. Dressing-room for ladles irom the country aud city. Meals at till hours, from ftfti-en eenis to live dollars, ss ordered. All delicacies and lux uries of the city and season as required. Rooms to rent, furnished or unfurnished. Mils. A. J. LEIGHTON. MERRILL HOUSE, 59 MADISON. Young Men's Christian Association READING ROOMS I No. 10 West Court Ml i Bomu 14 and 15. MEMPHIS, TENNES8EE. OPEN DAILY From II a.m. to 12 m. From i to p.m., und iruui 7 to 10 p.m. On Sundays from J to b p.m. The best Periodicals of the Day, in addition to a Lrg- L,i orary , r ree lo ah. OFEICEB8: K. S. Francis, Pres t. Dr.M.K. Bramhall.V. P. W U.Orgaiu, Kec.Sec. A.W. Newsoni.Cor.Sec. S. J. Juntcln, Treasurer. Regular business meeting first Monday night iu each month. Literary and Social Exer cises each succeeding Monday night. Prayer .0 nv-erv Sntnnlnv ntpht. Rlble I 'lass from ." to B p.m. every Sunday. apla NOTICE. H AVE this day sold to ROBERT GALLA WAY my entire half interest in Ibe OMNIBUS LINE of Patterson .i Patton. The debts and llabil t.-s will h- skilled hv P. M. Patterson. I re turn thanks to the public for a liberal share of pulronoge, ana most repecmuiy soiicu m con tinuance ol the Mime tor my sutnsessuis. T. N. PATTON. TJ" AVING this day purchased the interest of XX T. N. Patton in tne usiisiuLsj huisi NLSS and we being the only authorised ipent of the Memphis and Charleston and VI. inobls and Little Mock Railroads- 1 would tespectlully solicit .1 continuance ol the same lO lUe new Iirill ui r . .n . rniieisou at v ' J . my!) ROBEHT GALLA.WAV Executrix Notice. For sale by all Grocers. a VI HAVING been dulv qualified as Executrix of Jacob !T. Moon, deceased, all persons list sain uewwu. nsssnl the same within f law or Ihe same will be jus Indebted to said es loslod to come forward ud make settlement at ouoe. myl H M. MOON. Executrix. having claims hereby notified ihe (line prescri barred: und all tale are hereny INGE, WHEELER & CO.'S Ml COUPLER TOMATIC PATENTED 14IT KXD tl fiVST . I7'i. 3 aT A SIMPLE, CHEAP, DURABLE AND PERFEIT ACTING S.ELF-CAB i OI PLEH. Working on the plan of the common Hand Coupler with Draw-head, Link and Pin. Works equally as well with straight or crooked Unk. und .-oupling cars of different bights with eunal facility. The Link used is the same used with the Hand Coupler. With opening of not less than )- In. Concussion causes the pin to drop infallibly through the Unk, and a whole train is made up instantaneously by the force ot the locomotive. All danger of injur)' to employes is obviated, and soils for damages by widows or by maimed laborers are obviated. Time enough is saved in making np each train each day to pay for the change in couplers. The invention is in tbe pin and in Its trip or trigger, and It can lie applied to the old draw-heads. Tbe ears can be readily dis connected from the top of the train or from the irround. The loss of pins ls impossible. It will coaple on or run in any curve. Its cost is very little mora than the old coupler and it will never wear out. Address MEMPHIS ArUOMATIC C4R COITHM; TO., MEMPHIS. TKW. WINDOW GLASS A2TD SAXT AGENCY. BECKER, RADFORD & CO. JI AX I F ACT I R E R- AttEJTTS FOR THE SALE OF WINDOW CLASS, NAILS AND SALT ! Window Glass Warehouse and Office of West Virginia Salt and River side Iron Works Agency, 3Tos. 16 and 18 1 XIOJT STREET, BET. MAIN AND FRONT. MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE 1 1ST RECEIVED MN BOXES WElsWss. iKr' I WINDOW GLASS OK THE 1 Ki. orated Ptttsburg I nlon Glass v orks. fjsn such ai trade generally pete with Pitts! r sloe., i Glass will be in.-reasl r - r k jninnd o! -out hern market. Contractors ;ind ' ;i- n vi ted to examine onr sine oi Glass and prices, and we warrant to corn er any Western city in price. Address KKIUER. RADFORD) A- ' . H-mni. P. We furnish Builders with Doors, Na-.li. Hlisdnssil Lumber, at loseM rases. DRY GOODS. NEW SUITS! NEW SUITS! JUST RECEIVED B. Loweustein & Brothers WE Iil. TO AXN0OCE THE ARRIVAL OF ANOTHER ELEGANT LINE OF LADIES' SUITS! Embracing some Beautiful Novelties in Swiss, Victoria and Bishop's Lawn and Linen Cos tumes; Eiouisitely Trimmed Lawn and Linen Polonaises, and Linen Traveling Dusters. We will also exhibit during THIS WEEK a new and beantiful at of Lace M, Lace Cases and Saps AND NEW LACE WINDSOR TU.S I ALL COLORS. OUB ASSORTMENT OF - S O Ij S3 ! Is unsurpassed by any in the Southwest, and comprises all the latest styles in TO!' :. CLUB-HANDLE and SCN UMBRELLA, which we are ofTeniig very low. IN LADIES' DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED UNDERWEAR We are offering Special Inducements In Price and 41nallty. We would call special attention to our extensive and well-assorted stoek of Ribbons, Fan. Fichu, Bow and Trimming, Which will be found complete in every department. B. LOWENSTEIN & BROS. 842 and 244 TIain Street, Cor. Jefferson. HARDWARE AND CUTLERY. 1842 THE OLDEST HARDWARE HOUSE IN MEUVHIS 1873 A. J. WHITE & CO. DEALERS IN AND IMPORTERS OF HARDWIRE k CUTLERY at O as x LU Z o z Hi : lit m 5 : 3 5 z O c 2 a i a. z 3to. 234 Front St.. Memphis, Tenn. Orders from Country Merchants Promptly Attended to. ORGrllX BROTHERS & CO,, WHOLESALE HARDWARE, aiO and 312 FB05T STREET, Memphiir. We have In store a large stock of Hames, Trace and Wagm Chain Collars, Backhands, Iron and Steel Plows, Staoe Blades, Siairle and Doable Trees, Plow Lines, Clevises, Lap Riafrs, Wedges, Harrow Teeth, etc., etc., to the trade at low prf MERCHANT TAILORS. MURRAY & RIDGELY Will remove to their new building, being erected for them at their old place, about the tirst ul May. For the present they are at UTo. 302 Jlain Street, opposite Peabody Hotel, where they are receiving, of their own importation from London and Paris, tbe larg't and FINEST STOCK OF ENGLISH AND FRENCH PIECE ever brought .South. H includes all the Nnvelliesof everything kept In nrat-elaas esia ments. unr customers and the public will flu.l upon examination that oar siouk can -' excelled. arCBRAY RI9GEX.Y.