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THE MEMPHIS SUNDAY APPEAL.
ESTABLISHED 1840. MEMPHIS, TENNm SUsrjDA.Y, MAY 11, 1873. VOL. 33.-NO. 130 THE POLARIS. .News from the Hall Arctic Expe dition The Famous Explorer Dead, and Buried 'Mid the lee. Narrative of the Fate of the Steamer Polaris and Her irew An Exeitiug Story. Part of the Number Spend Days on au lee-Floe, and are Keseued after Severe Hardships. furnished us with light, and fuel with ! w, men in warm our scanty allowance o: food through the DARKNESS OF THE ARCTIC WINTER. The larger jart of Fehruary we lived principally upon birds, and in March comnieuced to catch seals. Through that month we supported ourselves-on hears and seals-tlesh, wasting neither skin nor entrails. We collected enough food in this way to last us until the mid dle of May, had we not been driven to sea by a strong westerly gale in the latter part of March our floe piece be ing then reduced from five miles in cir cumference to about twenty yards in di ameter. We left the piece on the first of April, and abandoned part of our meat, a large amount of ammunition, clothing, skins, and other articles, taking a por tion of the meat in the boat, which we were OBLIGED TO THROW OVERBOARD ou amount of the boat beincr so deetlv CHASE. IKOV J it SUIT. BELIUIOIS f'OKPOBATIOSN ITALY. The Body Ljiug in State in St. (ienrge's Church, New York I m mens ' Concourse of Visitors. A Famous Case Derided In Ine United Nlates irenlt Conrt Yesterday by Jnrig-e Kuiiuouu. Mary W. Mrl'omb versus t.eorge Beard and J. J. M c 'onto -The Widow dels u.r Own. Xkw York, May 10 A dispatch from 8L Johns, New Found land, of Mayvtli, says mat me sieamer vairu. :i : Nod tr. ui'the seal-fishery at the port of St. Johns this morning, bringing Dews thai the steamer Tigress had come into i; '.cits bay, eighteen miles irons there, baring on" board nineteen survivors of Hall's arctic expedition. The following are the NAMES OF THE RESCUED. H. C. Tyson, assistant-navigator; Frank Meyer, meteorologist; JohnHer u, steward; W. C. Krieger, seaman ; Fred Jamak, seaman; William Niude many, seaman; Fred Anting, seaman; t;ustavus T. Linguist, seaman; Peter JohiifKin, seaman: William Jackson, oook; Esquimaux Joe, interpreter, Han nah and child; Esquimaux Hans Chris tian, of Kane's expedition; Hans Chris :,:.n - wife and four children, the young est only eight years old. This party, v lii'-h had been landed from the Polaris, were driven from her by a gale, which burst her moorings on October 15, 1372, in latitude 7 3o Wheu they last saw THE POLARIS, was under steam and canvass mak- arixi; on the ea-t -hie of North lid inland. She had no more ft. Of six which she brought with her lrom New York, two were lost in the northern expedition; two were lauded once with Captain Tyson's party ; one was burnt as firewood to make water ivr che crew, and the other is on board ! the Tigress. The Polaris was in com mand of Captain Buddingtou, who had thirteen of the crew along with him, and a plentiful stock of provisions. Her he iug unii laden. I regained the outer edze of the pack of ice on the third of April, atid succeeied in getting a little fur ther hi on the pack. On the fourth a heavy northeast gale set in, a beavy sea running uuder the ice, which broke it in small pieces, so that we had to live on small pans as we could not put the boat out; neither could we find seals for food, and we were reduced almost to starvation. On the twenty-first of April we sighted a polar bear. Every person was ordered to lie down and imi tate the seal, while two Esquimaux se creted themselves behind a piece of ice, entieing the bear near euough to us to kill him. A few days after this we g our boat into the water, and worked our way west and southwe-t, aud continued to work, at every opivrtuuity, to the westward, in HoFES OF REACHING LABRADOR coast, and getting temporary relief. We were picked up bar the steamship Ti gress, Captain Bartlett, ou the thirtieth of April, near Wolf Isiaud, and about forty miles from laud. The Polaris is now without boats, having lost two in trying to get north in the spring of lbTi The Tigress fell iu with the party in a dense fog, and, providentially struck tne very noe on wtneu tney were, or otherwise they rnu-t have perished. They all seem tolerably well. Captain Tyson complained of SWELLED LEGS AND FEET. but nothing serious is the matter with him. When they left Polaris, all on board were in god health. In reference to the way in which the Polaris got away from the party which was rescued from the ice by Captain Tyson, he states that lie felt a little anxiety at first, thinking she would soon come to their relief. I set my colors, he said, as she steamed down along the shore, but the vessel was soon lost to sight iu the bend of the land, aud behind what 1 took to be Northumberland island. The piece of ice 1 was on commenced uniting south ward. As the wind changed to the Celebration of the Funeral Ser vices No Vocal Musie, by He quest of the Family Sermon by Dr. Hall. History or the Liiigatlon and Nature ef the Patent Infringed An Inter esting Suit Satl.raetorlly Settled. New York, May 10. At six o'clock this morning the remaius of the late Chief-Justice Chase were removed from the residence of Win. 8. Hoyt, where he died, to St. Ueorge's church, iiev. Dr. Tyng, rector, where they remained iu state from the opening of the edifice until one o'clock this evening. The casket in which the remains rest is one of rosewood, ornamented with silver mountings and having massive silver handles. At the head, foot and sides it is ornamented with wreaths of delicate white flowers aud tuberoses, and a cross of white flowers rests on the lower end of the lid. The dais ou which the casket rests is heavily draped in black mourning cloth, caught up in several festoons on the sides, from which de- peud as many black velvet tassels. The head of the coffin is placed toward the entrance of the building. The entrance to the church for the public who desired to view tne remains was through the side door, thence to the chancel, passing down the center aisle on either side ol the dais on which the casket rests Early as the church doors were opened tuere was a row ot carriages in front, containing ladies aud gentlemen, waiting ror admittance to laKe a look at the lace of the dead jurist. During tne toreuoon carnages drove up to the church door in au almost continuous line, from which issued eminent citizens and elegantly-dressed ladies, who pass ed through the church and took a look at the features of the dead, and quietly drove away. There were one hundred ami liny poucemeu present to preserve order, aud place the people iu Hue so that no crush or unseemly sceue id churcu should take place. At oue side the entrance to the church was closed, and more people were admitted as soon as those inside passed out, wheu the front doors were closed. baw was somewhat damaged, and it is 1 northeast, oeniug a little bay to the the opinion ot the survivors that they will be tumble to get clear until July ; and even then, if the ship is uusea ,. ;:Iiy, they should have to make new .uais to etlect an escape. On the Mh ,.f October, 171, in latitude 61.3S, lon gitude 71.44, CA1TAIN HALL DIED OF APOPLEXY. and was buried on the shore, where they erected a Wooden cross to mark his grave. He had recently returned from .hern sledge expedition, in which iie had obtained latitude eighty-two de-,-; eon, h ngitude sixteen. He seemed in .La- u-uai health, and had called the trw into ihe cabin to encourage them iiti. hopes of future rewards and stimu late them to renewed exertions, when ne wis suddenly struck down and ex jiired, io the great grief of those around auid to whom he had endeared himself iy hi- kindness and devotion. In Sep leuiber, 1871, the Polaris entered winter juarters, and left August V2, IS7-2. The ice was very heavy, aud set in a south ern direction. She was forced south, and m contiaaed drifting till Captain Tyson i aud party were driven from her. The, sledge party crossed the KANE'S KMUAB SEA, which they pronounced to be a strait i about fifteen miles wide. There was an appearance of open water to the north. The rescued party suffered very much Juring their dreary drift, from hunger ' and cold. For the last two months they I rile raw seal and polar bear, as they x-ould get it. When met by the Tigress . they showed evident signs of their great I sufferings, but during the niue days that they had been ou board they have im- : .--.ived vastly, and are now in fair : northeast of Northuinbeilaud island, I saw a vessel in the harbor there. Her sails wire furled, but no smoke was seen. 1 then attempted to bring my boats across the tloe iu au easterly direc- : tlOU, In 'plug TO FIND WATER, j and reach shore. I succeeded in drag I ging one Ixjat across, took the water and I attempted to rea i the shore, some dis i tance l?low the vessel. We were then I drifting very fast, and the gale was j blowing fresh, with great violence, from the northeast and snowing very fast and ; drifting. I was driven back on ioe again 1 and compelled to haul my boat out. , Night closed ou me and carried us to ! the southwest. In the morning we i were about thirty miles southwest of where the ship went into harbor. A I heavy sea was running which broke up I my doe-peee, separating us fioin six bags of bread and one boat. I saw a vessel under steam and canvass roundiug the point to the northwest. Thinking she would come to us, I gave myself no extra anxiety ; but soon WE WERE DOOMED TO DISAPPOINTMENT. aud from that time until the Tigress res cued us we never got sight of the Pola ris. oiHelr.l Report or Captain 1 y son. Washington, May 10. The follow ing dispatch has lieen received by the state department: t-T. Johns, N. F., May !. I have just returned from Day Roberts. Captain Tyson reports hav ing reached north latitude 1(5 ; reached winter quarters in Septem ber, 1871, in latitude 81 38', longi tude 61 44'. Captain Hall died of appoplexy on the eighth of October, 1871, and was buried about half a mile southeast of the shin's winter ijuarters; crossed Kane's Polar sea, said to be a strait about fourteen miles wide, with bo appearauce of oien water north; I health. The party is in charge of the United States consul, and will arrive in .St. John's ou Monday next. STATEMENT BY CAPTAIN TYSON. rv twentv-fourth of August. 1871. we l-r. T. i-i!ia-k aiul went throinrh Smith's ! 'eft winter quarters Augut twelfth. sound. We succeeded in getting as far I 187-' Kl on beam ends on the fifteenth north ax . 'amuae v , wnen we re turned and w intered at Polaris bay, lat tule ST So", 1 o gi t u de stt" W. We were frozen up uulil the fifih of September. Ou the tenth of October Captain Hall started on a sledgtf jouruey north, and returuel on on the twenty -sixth, when he w. taken Mck, aud died on the fighth of November. He was buried on the eleventh. The attack that killed Mai was said to be apoplexy. We passed the whiter at Polaris bay. On the eighth of Juue, 1S7, we attempted to go norm Willi two noais. n e nauieu our other loat ou shore, and returned overliud on the eighth of July. We STARTED FOR HOME, and M the twelfth of August and on i hA fifteenth we were leset with ice in latitude 0 -'. We drifted from there tlnwn to latitude 77 3V, when we en i i ri heavy southwest gale, and the ship being under heavy pressure on the night i f the fifteenth we commenced landing provisions, etc., on the ice. The v,-s,e ing ieiorted leaking very bad ly at tini'-s we continued landing pro visions for two or three hours, when the iresiu"e ceased. 1 went on board the ccs-el and inked the sailing-master if t: vessel :i- making auy more water tnan usual; he rejiortod she was not. I then went to the pumps aud ascertained that she was not making any more than she was doing iu the summer. I went on the ic- again, and shortly after it tiegan to crack, and a few minutes after ward break in many pieces. The ves-s-.-l broke from her fastenings and was oon ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE FUNERAL are as follows : At half-past two o'clock tne doors win oe again thrown oien and the gallery will lie set apart for the people in a body of the church. The folio wiug disposition of seats has been decided upon: lhe family of the de Hand will occupy the front pews iu the nininie aisie, wnue teiund them and on either side are to be seated the nail iearers, then follow the assistant ius ticew of the supreme court of the United Mates, President Grant and cabitiet, loreign diplomatic representatives, iudi clary of the United States and of all the ft Late aud of the city of New York, ol the late chief-justice in Mr. Lincoln's cabinet, I uited Htates senat ors and members of congress, governor am legislature of ew iork, officers ol the army aud navy, mayor and com mon council of the city of New York, civil officers of the L uited States, for eigu consuls residing in New York, na- . ;.. X- II , , , n, 7 uvea oi iev nainpsmre and uuio re siding in New York, clerks who served uuder deceased in the treasury, inti mate friends of Mr. Chase, representa tives from other States and the New York chamber of commerce. The north aisle will be reserved for the press and members of the bar of the United States and of the several States. At three o'clock THE FUNERAL CEREMONIES will begin by an organ voluntary, by Professor Williams. After which the procession will move dowu the center aisle in the following order: The clergy and pall-bearers, casket, members of the family. While the procession moves up the aisle Iiev. Dr. Tyug will read from the manual the service of the Episcopal church, aud the dais having been removed to the chaucel, tne casket will tie placed titon it, according to the w lanes oi me iamny or tne dec-eased ;:cal music wm not form part of the ceremony. The following music will be executed Dy tne organist: JJead March fetrella; Vcatl March, Donizetti; Anon' that my Redeemer Livcth, Han del ; Marchc Unebre., Beethoven Veaa March, from Saul, Handel. At the conclusion of the services the pro cession will move down the aisle in the same order as it entered, and re of the same month; thence drove mains will be deposited in au apartmeut U tVWUIlUT IN THE DARKNESS AND STORM. On board were most of our provisions to sustain the arty through the winter, I s-inir nothing of the vessel we at tempted to reach the shore In hoes of finding natives to assist us in living through the winter. Getting about iialf y to si,re with our heavily laden Isiat, our progress became hard by drifting ioe, and I was compiled to haul on ice again. At this time I suc ceeded in saving fourteen cans of pem iiiicaiis, eleven anil a half bags of bread. eu do.eu hams, oue or two bags of , j, vtdate, weighing twenty pounds, souie Diusk-ox skins, a number of blanket.1' vr' "fies and an abund ance of anraU!1'ton' n "Je morning, knowing th. I HAD NOT PROVISIONS ENOUOH and other articles ol lood, clothing, eompas- -. etc , n the abatement of the gale. I endeavored to shoot as many seals as possible, both for food, light and fuel, but could only g-it three, ow ing to the bad weather having set iu. i siiLiiixHl the wind to be about south- w..i i n its clearing up, I found myself withriiabout eight miles of what I sup posed to le the east coast, aud about thirty or forty miles below the ship. The ice being weak, I could not transport the .at aud provisions to land until it grew stronger. While here, 1 discovered -ny other boat, bread, etc., and saved ah". The ice grew firm, and I made au-otbe.- attempt to reach the shore, car rying everything in the boats, and dragging them on their keels. The lev being exceedingly rough, we 8TOVK1N BOTH HOATS. We succeeded, on tux- first of Novem ber, iu getting about half way to the shore. Night came ou us, and very siorruy weather. In the morning the ice was broken, and we were drifting southward very fast. We saw uo more land for fuauy days. The bad weather continuing all through the mouth of November, we built a auow-bouse, and made ourselves as comfortable as we could. We were in all ten white men, two F-squiiuaux, two women, and Ave children. We killed a few seal, which south to i r 6t ; owing to a heavy pres sure of ice the vossel was thrown up; and while landing stores, etc.. the vessel broke away from her moorii gs with part of the crew, and drifted away south. The vessel was last seen uuder steam and cauvass, making for the har bor ou the east side of Northumberland island. The Polaris is without boats; of the two lauded ou the ice with Cao- - - m . . tain tyson, oue was nurned to make water for the crew, and the other is ana. in the lay. Roberts's crew lost the ves sel on the fifteenth of October. 1S7J. aud were picked up last April by the Tigress in l.li,.l.. fK 1 .: 1 T u laiHuur 'j. , jv , wx nig tieeu oue nuu dred and ninety-seven days on the ice. No lives were lost. When "last on loard the Polaris she made no more water than during the past winter aud fall, but had received several injuries toherstern, causing her to leak badly. The names of the crew here are Captain Tyson, Frederick Meyer, John Heron, W. OL Kruger, Frederick Authiuiug, Gustavus Sirguist, l'ettr Johusou, and William Jackson, Ksiiuimaux; Joe Hannah aud child, and Hans Christian, Of Dr. Kane's expedition, wife and four children, the youngest but eight mouths old. The Polaris is in charge of Captain Huddington. The crew have lived ou a few ounces daily, aud latterly on raw seals, eating the skins, entrails and all ior tne past two inoutns, aim are an in fairly good health. Captaiu Tysou does not exiect that the Polaris will get clear before July, if in a condition to come home. There were fourteen left ou board, with plenty of provisions. If the vessel is not fit to come home, they can easily construct boats for their safety. All are provided for in Day Koberts, and will come here Monday. Signed "t. s. MALLOY, United Slates Consul. A member of the Ohio Legislature has found an aiiieiidmeut to the constitu tion proponed by Mr. Madison iu 1789, but never ratified by a sufficient num- wi oiaies to income a law. It has a special significance at the present time, and is as tellows: "Aiticle Hecond oiaw varying the compensation for the services of the senators and repre sentatives shall take elit e: until an elec tion of representatives shall have inter- a Ala... I ' U7l.n... U - -ne amendment was onereu mere were only twelve States in the Union, and, consequently, the rati fication of nine was sufficient to make a law. Jt never received but eight, and it is projtoiwd that enough more States ratify- it now, and thus put a stop t i fu ture salary grabs. It is au intere.sliug question whether the actiou of those eight Slates still holds good, and i: the amendment may still be acted upon, since the constitution names uo limit for the ratification of a proposed amendment. Professor Ty udal demonstrates the fact that light, like souud, moves in waves, hut of such tiny dimensions that it would require 04,631 of them, placed end to end, to measure an inch in length that is ',i of the waves produced by tiie violet. The velocity of light is H0,000 miles per second. Reduce this to inches and multiply Iy 04,631 and we find that 780,Mi0,.Mi,tj00,u0 of light waves enter the eye and strike the retina during every second of time that we look upon a common violet. A Jackson county (Pennsylvania) woman challenges any man in the county to beat her iu cradling, mowing, chopping wood, hauling with a team, hitching up and breaking green mules, or anything else. She also offeis to wrestle any respectable auui in the country. Perhapji Dr. Todd, or Dr Hushuell, or some other adversary of ''the cause," will accept, and "try a fall" with this Amazon. aujoiuiug me vestibule, to remain charge of the guard of honor. Later in tne tvening they WW be conveyed to the Jersey City ferry iu tine for the ashingtou traiu. The members the family and a few friends will accoin pauy the remains to the capitol. THE PROGRAMME giveu above was pretty strictly observed from the time the doors of the church were closed, at one o'clock, till reopened io ao nu uie puouc to tne iuueral serv ice, the sexton and undertaker, anil th assistants, were busy in perfecting the arrangements. At nail-past two o'clock the public were admitted, and soon the portion of the sacred edifice set apart for mem was nned. At three o clock, after a voluntary oy tne organist, the solemn pr ocessioti entered the middle door and down the center aisle iu the following ORDER. Dev. .Stephen H. Tyng, meanwhile readiug lrom the ritual service prepared ior me ceremony,, "l amine resume tiouandthe life." ''He that believetl iu me, though dead, shall he live;" and "1 know that my liedeemer liveth llev. ur. lyug and Kev. Dr. Hall, and clergymen from this and neighboring stations; pall-bearers, Hsmiltou rish, itwiu McDowell, W. T. Sher man, Gerret Smith, Wm. Cullen Brv- ..... If I ... . w mi, auw navemeyer, cildeou Weils, Hiram Barney, Wm. M. Fvarrs John J. Cisco, Charles O'Connor, White taw tteid, aud members of the family ; ueiuors, senators, congress men, officers of the armv and uaw and de egates from social, literary and political organizations. The casket was then placed on the dais and the pall- i . ........J , u . .. . rtain iiieuiseives to the right aud left of the chancel. A beautijul florid basket and large floral cross was piaceu uiKjn it, while at each end stood a oroxen column composts! of tuberoses. immortelle, anu other appropriate naaii mm wnc at tne toot was crowned wun vioieis, out these were only a small part oi a norai girt by which the menus and admirers of the deceased statesman sought to express their sor row and sympathy. On the nlatform within the chancel, stood baskets, cross, and wreaths of many sizes and exqui site workmanship, some with cards at tached bearing the names of the givers aud others with not a mark upon them to show from whom they coine. but all bearing with their perfume a silent trib ute ol reeieet for ihe good and useful life now ended. One of these tributes, a large and oeautuui cross was ascertained to have been sent by General McDowell. Perhaps the most touching of these me morials to departed worth, because the most simple and unostentatious, con sisting of a single white rose, or a rose and violet entwined, which were scat tered here and there upon the chancel steps. Mr. E. M. Thompson, of the British museum, has undertaken to edit for the Camden society a series of letters writ ten, by Dr. Prideaux, dean of Norwich, the author of the Connection of the Old ad Mw Tfstctmtut. The letters ruu from 1074 to 172. Up to 1681, they are written from Oxford, and present an amusing picture of Oxford life two hun dred years ago. After 1681, they are dated from Norwich, and touch upon a variety of interesting social and political topics. r Courbet, the French coinrininlajt ,...;.. er, fluds his artistic soul i.ained bv the injury to the landscape about V'almains turougu tne cuuiug dowu of several trees, and ban written to the prefect of the district to denounce the "vandal im." A Parisian paper says: "Aud this man. threw down the Column Ven-doine." A large concourse of citizens, includ ing several ladies, were present, and considerable interest was in an nested in the United States court for the past two days in the trial of the cases of Mary F. McComb versus George N. Beard, and J. J. McComb versus same. The case was in the nature of a prosecution for infringement in the use of an im provement for tying cotton with iron. claimed by former and used by latter. The counsel were gentlemen of eminent legal ability in their demrtment of the profession, aud the counsel for the com plainant, Mr. S. S. Fisher, opened the case on Friday afternoon. To obtain a correct idea of the matter, it is necessasa ry to state that similar prosecutions have been instituted and determined in New Orleans and NewY'ork, but against agents only, hence the necessity of this prose cution against the original party in this place, ii was, however, agreed between me contesting parties to argue the case upon the evidence heretofore adduced in the previous trials, with a slight ex ception of the drawings, etc., of what is Known as the Hart patent. Complain ant's counsel opened the case by read iug the opinions of Judges Wood and Blatchford, which were in complainant's favor, and exhibiting the different mxl- els involved in the ease with such neces sary explanations as were necessary to bring them within the comprehension of the court. In this case the complain ant relies u)xu what is kuown as the Cook patent, or rather under the exten sion ot the same, which patent was bought "by complainant, which contri vance it is necessary to explain. It consisted originally of a flat oieee ot' wrought iron about two inches broad and three and one-half inches long, so stamped or cut as to produce four bauds and three openings, the for mer bilged out to admit the hoop iron, one end or which was passed up between the bars longituuinally and bent back iu the same direction over the second lr. The other end was pass ed through in a similar manner from an opposite direction, and bent as beforei the final end or which was slipped side wise under the fourth bar, through an opening cut in the same. The con struction of the ''Beard tie" was a nlate with an owning iu the side, the other smeorwnicu was strengthened by an additional thickness of iron to resist the pressure weakened by the oneuimr on the other side, with points projecting dowu from the opening. The Cook tie was patented iu 1S5S, the Beard iu 1870. Complainant's counsel contended that the Cook tie was susceptible of lieinir used iu the manner adopted bv Baaed and others, and proceeded to show that the same could be used in any man ner without changing its form to the purpose indicated. That such slat as used was necessary to keep the tie from owning, and, consequently, was the principal part of the patent. lo-daythe case was resumed, com plainant's counsel having closed his ar gument the previous evening. The counsel lor the defense, Mr. Latrobe, proceeded to rebut the arguments by analyzing the opinion of Judge Black ford, and endeavoring to establish thp open slot as not being patentable per se, out oniy iu comuinaiion with other parts, and the drawings and specifica tions ol some old tuglish patents were brought forward to sustain the fact that the open slot was antedated bv them. aud consequently could not be claimed. .some ot tne distinctions were verv subtle and ingenious. Various devices were showm in hamess-gear.eic, to show that me open slot nad been used in various forms, and hence was only patentable in connection with other elements. The government, in granting a patent, does so only on combined elements, the sim ple ones being long since discovered. It would be impossible to irivp a full idea of the case discussed, so much be ing demonstrated by models ami draw ings, which we cannot reproduce Iim-p VVe will therefore satisfy ourselves by giving the opinion of the court, which was giveu verbally substantially as fol lows: That it would be a long time be fore the matter could be examined, but iu view of the recent decisions of Judges it uu Diaicuioru, on me same evi deuce as here presented, aud the defer ence uue to mem, he would decide for complainants, but candor required him to express considerable doubt as to the lumugement. uefenuant's counsel asked that it be committed to writing, which his honor agreed to do. Decree for complainants accordingly. Several remarkable changes will he produced by the decree for the suppres sion of the religious orders, which is now before the Italian parliament. The total amount of property which will be affected amounts to one million nine hundred and forty-three thousand five hundred and seventy -live dollars. The net yearly income jirhich will pass inu the hands of the qtate for investment will be one millie four hundred and thirty-eight thouagad five hundred and twenty-six dotiataM Church lands may be leased out to tenants or sold by pub he auction, and tba$roceeds will be sunk in Italian state rants. These invest ments are inalienable, and cannot be altered or withdrawn except with the permission of the state. The principle of the bill applies "to moveable as well as immovable property, and church plate, pictures and libraries are to come or may come uuder the hammer of the auctioneer. Ancient manuscripts, too, are to be turned into money. The Vati can library and museum are not threat ened immediately, but the wording of the act shows that Pio Nono is only re garded as the temporary custodian of these treasures. The state will admin ister all the revenues arising from these various sources. Exemption is granted to forty-seven religious bouses in Rome in which the heads of monastic orders are resident. These, however, cannot increase the number of their inmates or amalgamate with other associations, or alter the allocation of their funds. The bill may be said tfl be complete as a blow dealt for the extinction of religious cor porations in Italy. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. MASONIC NOTICE. wiilN rjpHE STATED CONVOCATION Penn Royai Arch Chapter, No. 22, will be held on MONDAY evening. May 12th, at y o'clock, for ilhtpatch of btutnew. All Companions are fraternally invited. By order C. O. i.-iKi.. M. E. H. F. A. J. WmtUR, .Secretary. myll NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. PIC-NIC! OF THE M. Chantran finds, that when the eyes of crayfish are exaected during the first year, they are completely restored after a few castings of the shell and per fect vision is regained. In old crayfish, on the contrary, the restoration is in complete and imperfect. A society of Philadelphia ladies de clare they will not trade where female clerks are employed. It destroys all the romance of shopping, they say. KELIGI0CS SERVICES TO-DAY. OItli;iALITY. One does feel sometimes, if oue writes that there is nothing left in the world to be original about; that pretty much everything has been said, sung, de scribed. The cyclical theory is a dread ful nightmare. And to think of Living stone's finding iu the very heart of Af rica just the same sort of a bird-trap that civilized American boys catch chippiea wiui: i.iveu, a humau being and everything is included. You iret vonr original idea down to its simplest state ment, and there is nothing left but some proverb, familiar as household words. One doesn't know whether to be flatter ed or annoyed; but. if one does striUuctr something really original something inal one may be morailv. if tmt afr.aii cally, certain cannot be found in the ancients he is sure to read it next dav in the President's inaugural or George Eliot's last novel. These choice extract from the best writers new and old which are gettinir to a more and more in vogue in journalism are more harr&ssing than anv Mr,.ii class of readiug to a person who imag ines that he has a patent on any one idea, or group of ideas. But doubtlMw oue should congratulate one's self that me seed ol truth is sure to .inriwl t.. the light through mni anil that Wr . j - . , -- . uiamage uoes not uecessaruy neip, nor do superphosphates hinder it. This is the view I myself am inclined to take. If Shakesjieare happens to say the same thing that 1 do, let me not imi.ihlv jealous. Kather, let the race receive m v congratulations. Calvaky (Episcopal) Ciicbch Comer of Adamt ami Sretotd UveU. Services in me iiurrii at in1., a.m., by llcv. Mr. Flsse, ana s p m., oy uisnop iTKSxrv. St. Mary's Cathedral Poplar afrrr i, nrrtr iyrcrtcH. -vr, IPCS at il ; and 8 p.m., by Kev. A. D, Druuiinond. Church of ths Good Shepherd Kr-IHCOPAL) CheUca, corner JtfiU md fourth trp-u. services ai iu ' aju. aud p.m. Iiev r. v . nuin, rector. Grace (Episcopal) Church Htr naitdo ttrreU near Yanee. Services at U a.m. anu p. in., oy me oisnnp or Arkansas. St. Lazarus (Episcopal) Church H'uuxun tirett, neitr rturtn. services at aan. and i p.m. Kev. J. T. Wheut, D.D., rector. First Presbyterian Church dor ner of t'o:ilar and Think Jlrreti. Services at 11 a.m., oy Kev. l)r. J. I shearer, and at 7 p.m., by Kev. Dr. B. M. Palmer, of New (j leans. Second Presbyterian Church- '- .Wan oi,l lifule Vert SVrvics at l a. m., by Kev. Dr. stillman. of Alalmni.-i. ami at 3 p.m., by Rev. Dr. Palmer. No services ainignt. Third Cumberland Presbyterian Cnt-RCH CheCtra Serviae at 11 a.m. aud at . p. m. nev. Taylor, pastor. Vance Street Cumberland Pres- kian Church. Services at 11 a.m. and pjua. Rev. Eas. Uray McLean, pastor. f IRST CONORECIATIONAL CHURCH L mon ttreet. Services at 11 a. m. and 7 :3u p.m ce. . v. c. Diunwiu, pastor. Linden Street Christian Church -Sunday school, 9 am.: communion, lo ;.to a.m.: preacning, oy uavm WalK, at II::) a.m auu at s p.m. Chelsea Baptist Church. Serv ices at it a.m., by Rev. Mr. O Qnin. First Baptist Church. Services :.t li ajn., by Rev. Mr. Stark. Centra l Baptist Church Services at iu:.w a.m. and at s pan., by Rev. W. W Landrum. First Methodist Church. .fee owl ttreet, near Poplar. Services at 10:30 a. m. uuu ivev. ur. r,. is. smier, pastor. Central Mbthosmt Church Union Mtnct. Services a?TT ajn. aud b p. n by Rev. S. B. Suratt. Hernando Street M. E. Church rurr nenuiww ana iman avnnn-anrTieng at ii a.m. ana mo p.m. Kev. (iullford Jones ptor. St. John's M. E. Church Corner lance and Laudeniale Mtreets. Services at 10 a.m. ana . :-m p.m., oy tne pastor, Kev. Lewis .v. rtnaisiii. SOCIETA DI UNIONE E FRATELLANZA ITALIAN! Wednesday, Hay 14 THE ORATOR OF THE DAY on the occa sion of Uie Grand Picnic of the Italian Asso ciation will be J. A. slttXAIuo. COMMITTEE OF A Bit A X ( i EMEXTS : L. LAOOMARS1NO, D. VENTURINI J.LUCCARINl", A. PEBCIA, C. BRIZZOLARA, O. A. SIQNAIGO, A. B. V ACCARO, V. BACCIOALUPO, U. D. MONTEDONICO. SAFETY SAVINGS BANK FOR BEGINNERS ! WORKIKGMEN: YOUNG MEN! HOMES, HOMES, HOMES ! 8TEVE2VS" SUBDIVISION. Southeast EkXg2XX231x1s, C CORNER H ERN A I Do STREET RAILWAY j and Walker avenue. The balance of these beautiful lot will now be sold at the same reasonable prices a- heretofore, and give the purchasers the privlleva of Daylcic for same. either mcathly, quarterly or annual inotiU mentK, at their own choice, aud six per cent, interest. Location well known: titla per fectly sound, and bat recently investigated, and both prices and payments reasonable. Call and see the agents. myll DUIOHO A Rl Lit LET. DRY" GOODS. MENKEN BROTHERS A HE IN HEC'EIFI OF NEW LINES BUCK DI N GRENADINES ! 40 LOTS ON Iarilial, : J. B. Sigaaijro. IMEJD. WHITE-In this city. May lOth.at the resi deuce of his daughter, Mrs. E. Wooldndge. No. j:i Shelby street, Col. Joseph B. White, iu iuc nu i ear oi njsage. I uuera! services at the house by Rev. Dr. VV alk, this (SUNDAY) evening, at I o'clock riSEKAL NOTICE. MAOEVNEY The friends and acquaint ances of Mr. Jobs Magevnby are respect fully invited to attend his funeral, from St. Peter's Church, this (SUNDAY) morning, at S o clock, when a mass of requiem will be eel ebrated. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Hornlnf flaw So. 3, 29, 57, (2, Zi, .77, 25, 1, 81. IS, 4C, Evening t lKMN No. S2. 10, fl, 3S, 54, 7, 21, 36, 52, 25, Memphis, this 10!h day of May, MB, a "S -s t" s - ill i jj rf I f s a g 243 tsbn SftrS"3',2M0(a a .2 & 5 y PQ 1 g 3 t m 3 THE I.HIMI PROCESSION. Led by the Memphis Brass Band and Grand Triumphal Car, will move from the Hall on Tijum wan srreec up .-second to Exchange r.xcnaiiije to Main : down Main to Vance-out ance to James Park. There, dau.-ing, feast ing, and every description of amusement be- 0111111 tne occasion, win oe indulged. Jostrn sm'HT will be caterer of the day, and supply every desirable refreshment, especially such as most delight our excellent luuiuu leuow-couuTrymen. Col. SKiNAIOO will pronounce an Oration in reply to the address of the eharmlng VICTORIA CORDANO, who represents the Italian liueen, and in response to ECOEN'IE BOuUIANO, who personates the Ooddem of uioen.t. me aniirees will be delivered at foor o'clock p.m. Other distinguished gentle men will also speak. ARNOLD'S STRING BAND will set pretty feet dying in the mazes of the dance, to be stilled no more till the day dawns. Let everybody share in the delightaof this Italian M AI K EST- W EST A DI MAGGIO. It will be unsurpassed in delights. All Memphis will attend ou Wednesday, May Uth. myll PICNIC! MACHINISTS AND BLACKSMITHS secoxd ummja, picsic WILL EE HELD AT James Park, May 12th. TK KETS, MUM CENTS LADIES FREE. quoit The following prizes will be offered : A FINE SILK HAT to the best pitcher. A wheel-barrow race, blindfolded, for a tine MEERSCHAUM PIPE. SECOND Ami Pit-l WALNUT STREET For Sale. aV I have forty lots in the ntvW n of my home place, by I'm feet. Also, my RESI DENCE, with two acres attached, on Walnut street, which 1 desire to sell. Abo, lots front ing on the river, west of the tiayoso honse Persons desiring to purchase can see me at MY OFFICE, o. 373 MA1 STREET, JACKSON BLOCK, over Sledge, McKay St CO. my" GEORGE DIXON. IN 3-4 AND 8-4 WIDTHS. BL.4C K aiXK iiRE ADIM, BASKET i If EC K GREX.4 DI X KS. HTRIPEJD GKEVADIXES. NEW STYLES EMBROIDERED GRENADINES Omr Black Iron Grenadines, from GO cents per yard mp, are warranted lor durability and finish, and will be foond to be the beat valae In the market. AIlO, NOVELTIES LM FANCY GRENADINES, LINEN SUITINGS AND LINEN LAWNS New Styles Ladies' Suits, New Linen Polonaises, Misses' Braided Suits, Misses' White Lawn Suits, lM-li! W PARASOLS, LA8E GAPES AND OTHER NOVELTIES. 281 and 233 Main Street, Cor. Conrt. DRY GOODS. CARD OF THANES. I desire, in behalf of the Department, to return thanks to those gentlemen, s insist ing of the Officers :ind Agents of the Yaric Insurance Companies of the city ; the Officers of the Memphis Water-Works Comuanv: Messrs. John Overton, Jr., John Uaston, Aug ust Hel ton, and other friends, who so gener ously contributed to the Banquet tendered as. ou the occasion of our late Anniversary. Very truly, ED. D. AN DICKSON. Memphis, May 10. 1S7.1. myll SMS! SILKS! SILKS! COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT -1 ENDEUED TO- TYPOGRAPHICAL MEMPHIS I UNION, AT JAMES PARK TUESDAY, MAY 20 r Grand Type-setting and Dis tributing natch for hand some premium. MR. JAS. KBKLAND, By a unanimous vote of the Ladies and Gentlemen taking part in the "CANTATA OF ESTHER, And at the expressed desire of some of the Most Prominent Citizens of Memphis. Fine Bonqaet for most popular young lady. Fine Bouquet for most popular married lady. Skalkd Bins for Proposals, consisting of liar. Restaurant. I 'oufectlonerv and Shooting Gallery, will be received nntfl Friday, May iui, i p.m. rtvA.i. m a ii. lairman Prlv. Com., Appeal offlce. OS" Dr. Holland tuts it "Tonif" ill .x-n'- ner's for May, on tiie rtn-nt iliwiiKsinn of suicide, from which we quote the cloaiug paragraph : "If man iu nothiug but au animal, if this life is all there is of his existence, and the question simply coucerns the amount of comfort to be got out of it in this transient world, whv, let him do as he likes with himself and his friends: but he who reitards the present scene as only the foreground of an minute spiritual feature, throuu-h wuu ij, n oue ireau raithlullv the niv- scriotu passages or pain as well as tilea- ure, he shall find himself in liirlii.r pathways, as a consequence, at the last we say lie will, take life whether it be convenient or iuconveuient, and bold it as the gift of (.lod, inalienable by auy reason of intirmitv of sufi'erimr. or hor- .omb disease, or cost to other life through ecessarv miuistrv. Th ihv-trinuM nf roi. .Newman and Mr. Toll em ache are unchristian doctrines. They carry us back iuto barbarism lawk into th. larkncss in which children killed nar. enta that became a burden to them, and mothers stranded infant that onM only inherit their own sufferings. It is an infamous eriticism of the divine wis dom, an insult to Providence, an assault upon the safeguards of society, and a re flection upon human nature and human destiny, from which all christian man hood recoils as fiom the touch of a ser- peut. Mr. Geonre W. Simonds. th fi young EuglLsh sculptor in Rome, who made the colossal statue of the Falcon er for the Central park in New York, has just forwarded a life-size copy of the same statue to the Vienna exposition, along with the production of the artists sent from Borne by the Italian govern ment The statue was exhibited In Mr. Bimouds's studio prior to its departure, and was universally admired by the oon-iioiseura. WILLIAM LTJNN, PLUMBER AND Is now prepared to put up Hydrants, Bath Tubs, Street Sprinklers, Etc. Ia connection with the Water Works, at reasonable rated, at o. 33 Second Street. NEW GOODS PUOM AUCTION SALES IN NEW YORK Having tvmaumta a lakue lot ok desirable goods at Bankrupt Salec, 1 herewith offi-r the following, and defy com petition: Li no, -,t 25 cento, worth 10: Lenox at ou cents, worm urenadlues at half their value; Linen Lawns at 20 cents, worth all Linen Lawns at 30 cents worth H ; Lace Sets at f 1 it, worth ; Edging and Iusertlngs at half their value; Ladle' Hose at VI1'. cents per pair; Ladins' Homemade Cloth Balmorals. $2; Ladle' Corsets, 73 cents; Table Damask and Napkins a specialty thii week. This is the cheapest lot of goods ever offered In Memphis. Call and be oourinced. JS. VE3NDIG 226 Main Street. JOIIX S. KERR,: ATTORNE Y-AT-L AW. 15 CHOI STREET, BLOCK MEMPHIS, TENNKSSKE LEE J. . HACC1BE, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR No. 41 Madison street, Room 36. ST. GEORGE'S BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION! AT JAMES PARE MONDAY MAY 26th. All tn Old Conntry damns participated In. For programmes see small bills. TICKETS, $1. LADIES Fit EE. nfnsio by Old Memphis Braaa Band. n"The I'ltlV'lLEOES, consisting of Bar, Confectionery, Kestaurant, Shooting Uallery and other privileges, will be sold, at public auction, to the highest bidder, on the grounds, ou Jlnndaj. 191b of Unw.at 10 o'clock a.m. Terms cash. myll S. KAUFMAN & BRO. IMPORTERS, Manufacturers and Wholesale Heal ers ! CIGARS, TOBACCOS PIPJES, ETC. Mexi-his, Tex.n., May 2, lSTi James Kirkland. Esq.: Dear His Having experienced great pleas ure In witnessing and listening to the produc tion of the Cantata of Esther, as well as ap preciating the motive that pmmpbil its ure- sentation to the public, we deem It lust and proper to recognize your ardent and active Interest in your undertaking, as well as the skill, patience and perseverance necessary to produce anil present an entertainment of snch proportions and grandeur, we. therefore pro. pose iuat you accept a eompameniary Bene tit, at such time and place as you may your seii uesixuaic 8 F Thorn, President Calvary Literarv an Library Society ; F M Mahan, F Bangsmlth Ed Worsham, W A Ooodwyn, John Johnson Liias ivoriieciii, Larriugton .Yla.son, lieu .Mny W R Moore. HTTomllnson. W A Gage, A . Kellar, J Ernest Perring, R C Daniel, J W i-ige, jr., j os. tsruee, rror witzman. Prof Sey fert, Chas Phillips, W L Cameron, L M Vol cott, L h. Me Kae. W L Duff, K L Hammock, W 8 Pickett, J P Tmsevant, H Dow, J J Krre. man, Jos 8 Carpenter, R A Thompson, Theo nueruer,iaiiac r ncuman,oj t;irnp,sii Taylor, Msmpuis, May 2, lb James Klrkland, E. , . Director : Dear sib After more than three months musical and social intercourse in the prepa ration and production of the cantata of "Esther," we desire, on separating, to tender you a testimonial oi our appreciation or the skill, persevere nee, nniCorm patience and kindness exhibited by you during this time, by tendering to you our co-operatK n and as sistance iu a complimentary benefit. Io be given at such lime and place as von may select. ery respectfully, Mrs. Corsou, Mrs. Carpenter, Mrs. Foute Misses Lora Avery, Rosa Baruett, Carrie Bruce, Lotta Blood, Bessie Banksmith, Alice Bruce, Lizzie lark. Anna Dixon. Katie Dixon, Maggie Dixon, Lonisa Daman, Lizzie Douglass, Ethel route, Florence (Jage, J Hunter, M. P. Hill, Kate Hill, Maggie John son, Katie Kirk, Rosa Lewis, sailie Lynch Frankie Johnson, LulaJoy, Laura Leath, Es ther Morgan, Mattie Mosely, Eva Murray, M iMamr.... I .r-. u ,t'i n. k .i.-iv T , . . Plummer, Minnie PuIIen, Nellie Rose, Mamie Robblns, Laura Randolph, Mollie Taylor, Hester Williams Jennie Win chester, Julia Woodward, Sailie WikhI- want, Alice Woodward, Mary Walcott Messrs. N. L. Avery, M. Andrew, F. P. Black Well, A. M. Bowen, W. R. Cook, W. W. ' urrie J. Carey, Joe Elliott, C. O. Emerson. W. 11 Foute, E. 8. Francis, F. T. Frierson, Joseph tiideon, W. A. Hill, jr., Willie HULC.C. Hunt, D. r. nauer, xum jounson, .'II lie Keoter, W J.Murray, P. MclDtyre, W. C. Matthews, M t. flunt, K. .. Porllock. N. Petersen, Frank seay, .. . . siaugnter. w. u. South worth, . smith, F. W. Smith, jr., H. Wilton, J. C. Win Chester, E. D. White. M km p h is, M ay 3, 187!. Messrs. S. F. Thorn, F. M. .Mahan, Cb.w. Phil 11 ds. V . W. Currle. and others: In reply to jour note of this date, tendering a coujpiimeui.ary testimonial, permit me to express my sincere thanks for the kind and flatten ng terms in which you have seen At to refer to my humble efforts to cater to lhe musical taste of the public of Memphis, iu producing the Cantata of Esther, and to name l-riday, the Kith inst., the time, and the New Memphis Theater as the place for the proposed uum:ii8iuiucui. my respectl liny, JAMES KIRKLAND, REHEARSAL. I would most respectfully request the ladles anu gentlemen taaing pari, to meet at the meaieron jionuu, iztn, ai i :m p.m.. for re hearsal. JAMES KIRKLAND. Director Esther Entertainment. WIN SPRING SILKS B. LOWENSTEIN & BROTHERS, We. will offer the following Great Bargain in Silks This Week : PURE SILKS AT 45 CENTS--WORTH 75 CENTS ; FINE SPRING SILKS AT 75 CENTS WORTH $1 00 ; STILL BETTER SPRING SUES, CHOICE ASSORTMENT For 91 per yard worth at 73. WE WILL ALSO OFFER THE GREATEST BARGAIN IS EMBROIDERIES! EVER SOLD IX THIS CITY ! Embroideries at 10 cents worth '20c. ; Embroiireries at lo cents worth S5e. : Embroideries at iSJ cents worth 30c.; Embroideries .at 5 cents worth 40c ; Embroideries at "Jo cents worth 50c.; Embroideries at ) cents worth c. Petition for Incorporation. No. . R. D. In the Second Chancery Court of Shelby county Tennessee. WHEREAS, s. B. Brvan, Sam. Tate, I siam. Tate. Jr.. T. D. Radclifl". E. U. Seebree. M. J. Wicks and W. J. Mdjavock. all citizens of Shelby county, Tennessee, except E. G. See- Diee ami w. J. ntcuavocic, nave nieu tneir pe tition in this court, praying to be incorporated with the powers and privileges of a corporate be Known ana to uo ui body, to be liusiness under ALSO DISTILLER'S AGENTS AITS WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS! SOLE AUKNTSi FOB BAGLEY'S MAYFLOWER TOBACCO A.D DI4HOXB til. No. 250 Main Street Under Odd Fellows Hall. All the most pnpnlur brands of Clean ad Liquors const anlly Kept on hand. the niune and style of " The St. Bernard Coal Vssociation of Memphis, Tennessee, the pur poses and object of the said anroclation being iu uew, uj uuj iuK auu ncuius, .u nu aiuus I fuel, as coal and wood, in the purchase and sale or all kinds of timber, lumber, staves, shingles, and the like, with the power and privilege of renting, holding, leasing, baying and selling all or any real estate', buildings or appurtenances, sufficient for the purposes of their business; to purchase and run steamers, tugs, towboats, barges. Hats, or other boats, for all purposes connected with their business, or otherwise; and to purchase and use such stock, males, carts, wagons and other con veyances suitable and adapted to the said business. The capital stock to be oue hundred thousand dollars, of which twenty Ave thou sand Is to be subscribed, and tifty per cent, thereof to be paid in before the organization of said association; the said stock to be sub ncribed In shares of one hundred dollars each. It is therefore ordered, by the Clerk and Master, That publication be made for thirty days, in the Memphis Appeal, notifying all persons desiring to make their appearance herein, at the courthouse of the Second Chan cery Court, in the city of Memphis, Tenn., on or belore the first Monday in July, 1873, and show cause, if any they have, why the prat er of said petitioners should not be gran ted upon failure so to do the same wUl be heard exparte. This May 10, VS73. M. D. L. STEWART, Clerk and Master. By Ckabtbek Bklchkk, D. C. and M. myll EXTRAORDINARY ITOl CEMENTS THIS WEEK 15 ORE'S GOODS, LINEN LAWNS, PERCALES AND PIQUES. WE WOULD ALSO CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO Our unrivaled stock of WHITE GOODS, comprising all make and qualities known to the trade, and which we are selling at extremely low figures. B. LOWENSTEIN & BROS. 842 and 44 Xain Street. Car. Jefferson. AUCTION SALES. LADIES' AUCTION Bj Ueo. 0. Sale k Co., 201 Main Street. MONDAY MORSISG, at 10 o'elotk, We will sell a large lot of Bleached and Brown Cottons, Linens, calicos, Silks. Kte. This will be a grand opportunity for all. Ladles specially invited. Seats for all. B IMiBl PT SALE! CUSTOM-MADE BOOTS, SHOES AM) SL1PPEBS AT AUCTION, By A.. E. Frwn In 1 and, IV! Main street. Tuesday Morning, May ISth, 10 o'clock. Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes, Custom-made Boots, shoes and Oalters, extra haud-inade sewed work. The attention of the trade is respectfully so licited to this sale, the goods being as flne as ever brouaUt to this market: for rend! trade exclusively. By order of Assignee. myii a. E. kan K UAN i , Auctioneer. MISCELLANEOUS. TO MECHANICS DAT LABORERS, Salaried Men ! Weare authorized to sell the balance of the "THOMAS" LOTS, Assignee's Sale, at Auction, WINES, LiqiORS, FIXTIKES, etc., stock of Kenny & Hill, Thursday, May 15th, at 25.' Front St. mys Hortou, Assignee. A. M. STODDARD CO., Auct'rs. Pnt your money where It will do the most good." NOTICE. THE public are iafoimed that the Mercan J. Uie Library is now issuing, to both ladles and gentlemen. Certificates of Membership, entitling the owner to all the benefits of the Association, on the following terms, vlx: isemi-annual membership j 5 cash Annual membership .. 10 cash Ten years' membership 50 cash Life membership 100 cash Members of the Heading Rooms Aseo-lation are requested to call and set their sarUasntnl oe u PUBLIC SALE OF CITY LOTS! . C. Preston's . n Ixl 1 vision. OX THURSDAY, MAY 15. at 11 o'clock, upon the premises, the public are invited to the sale f 24 BUILDING LOTS! being th entire ground on BOTH SIDES OF COURT STREET nding from Manassas to DuuUvp streets ugh the beautiful property known as the Hon Orove. Terms extremelv liberal, r Title perfect Taxes paid. TREZETAXT A CO., Anettoncors. North Memphis, at reasonable prices, and upon terms of paymeuts one-firth cash and balance In instalments by the month, the quarter, or the year, at the choice of the pur chasers, u-illi sta per cent. Interest added. The location is beantnul arid title unques tionable. I ail aud get map, visit the prop el ty, select your lot, and we will name a fair price, and vein name the terms of pnvment that will suit your means and convenience. Here Is the best opportunity for men 'ot smal 1 means to buy homes. DOXOHO .V BlLKLEl, Agent for " TIIOM S Lots. FULL WEIGHT BUCKETS Family Lard DEALERS AND find our Lard WILL CONSUMERS hennei ih.i nrigm ucaages. PROCTOR 4 GAMBLE. BRODE A COOPER, Agt, Chancery Sale of Real Estate. No. 'to, K. First Chancery Court of Snelby county. W. O. L. Adams vs. L. B. Adams e. ai. Y virtue of an interlocnrnrv .iecree for sale entered in the ahnv. vv a WT:t. I will sell at unhllc anetlnn. I the high est bidder, in front of the Clerk and Master's office. Oreenlaw Operahouse, Second street. .-iciujjuis, leunessee. on Saturday, Jane 14, MMb within legal hours, the following described property, situated in Memphis, Shelby county, Tennessee, fifth civil district of said county. art of subdivision Dof the original ' No. .U: Beginning at the north er of said subdivision D, running wtwardly along the line of Alabama feet; thence southwardly parallel IN STORE AND TO ARRIVE DURING THIS WEEK: 450 tierces Harm, 300 boxes Breakfast bWvn, 200 tubs Batter, Which we will sell at bottom prices. OLIVER. maiE m CO. RUMIORD YEAST POWDERS! NOT OMIT THE BEST in the 1 myll Ibrary as soon as oossi ble from EL'UENE E. JONES. Secretary, No. X) Madisou street. being a pa county lot east con thence w with eastern boundary oi saiu sntidivuiion I) 151 feet; thence eastwardly parallel with Pop lar street 49 feet to the eastern boundary of said subdivision D; thence northwardly with said boundary line lie feet to the beginning -which said property lies on the south side of Alabama street and is the same lot or parcel of laud conveyed by Rowland A. Hughes to Louis C. Norvflle, by deed dated Mareh 7, IDKH. Terms of Sale One third (o cash ; balance on a credit of one and two (1 and 2) years; notes with approved security -required; lien retained to farther secure same, etc. This May 10, 173, EDMUND A. COLE, Clerk and Master. Geo. B. Peters, Jr., Brown JS Hill and D. M. Scales, Attorneys. myll BUT THE Cheapest Yeast Powders a For sale by all Urocers. lade. apis ELLIOTT Si LITCHFIELD, HISK FACTORY General . 131 tTpholwtory HOME MANUFACTURERS of all kinds of Mattresses. Furniture Repaired and Var nished. Mosquito Bars made to order. Uoods packed and shipped. ap l M M1B a M ' PATENT sHirniis Ttea Over 'M aaBUana ban nana mm,i within the past ten yean, without complain: of loss bv taa bec.,mtn 'detached. All Hhiprsni Companies sin bjr Ft IHsaa nasi en Kvery w nere. nsnj PI A 1 fl I It 1 I fl I Mhi. U NH