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THE MEMPHIS SUNDAY APPEAL-MAY 11, 1878.
AMXTSEMEHTt. - K A Si r a BUM Pir.Mi' 1'atholic Snuday Schools of Mempbi". AT JAH1S PABK, ON Ascension Tnrtaj. Msj Mbs HITY CKNTB- FESTIVAL OF THK CHRISTIAS BROTHER' COLLEGE TiCKETS. AT TBF. !M'llhlTlV BITI-lSi IAY AND MBA Door Comsalttee : ' ' - - M H Rellly. "- ' M Manly, P odium, I Lawless. nil Mi FOR SALE- viul'-.. :1f ' ;,,',Vht tube, at . T n i ' ' 1 my 1 j , M A IN -T. Ol SK. No. , TT' T-rv.iTfJr caTor ny l" it e " n ui il'K A. M. BOi i,' : K'lrat St. H on lonu trnic Apply to mylo tillTON on Tcnnev Front tiee rrl terms our cotton shed Appiv to .. N. Kstea,S BLAl'K, EsTES A CO. HOBMES ami UI.ft-Keelved last night, "ni'itv-ii Chester, a ?n si lot of stock t our ow n M-lec; ion. consisting of Hue drlv ina farm horses anil mules. All stork ou I m i.-scs- "' J. B. FAIREH A OO., mJ.(. Court square stables. MULES, ETC. Two No. 1 mules, drays, har ness and license, cheap, by applying tni mediately at 209 Main street. niytt crgeii Kreenllou Committee: Judge T W Brown. A Vaccaro, B Vaccaro, Th mas r'laher. Colonel A J Kellar, A P Fontaine, i' M Winters, Phil Attn, M Uavin, is F Thorn, t aptaiu T F Tobin Hugh Brinkley. UrF. M Virlll. lt. Bcniamin Babb. I,. i.n f Toof, K J Srtnni K M Apperson. M Jouea, J R Miles. ii, l. i i ltm i. ret-no Vinotui Baccigalupo, Kin. . I . 1 1 . Tlios H Cocke, John Loague. Floor IM i apt R W Lightburne. Malcolm Sommes. .1 McKeon, Capt D Smith. J w Walker, A Wooldrldge, Entertaining nt James Keiily, E A Cole, illil, Stewart, M Brt-nnan, apt W H Carroll, W J Mansford, jniltiee : James Speed, John J lraffj , Jos Walsh. Joseph Coil, John s r-.ullivarj, A Duval, John Cocke. Committee: Jos Specht, Phil J Mallon, Martin Kelly, E Anderson, P Callahan, Dan Lyne. 4 nanllier of Arrangements vw Davis, Owen Dwyer. jowns, can. John Lilly, James Powers. p Twohlg, Chas Meehan, Martin Reynolds, Dan O'Rourke, M Cannon. Ed Maeuire. Shoot ln;-aliery Committee: Wm Walsh c"1 J clem3.' j , l'Han'.v cam M McFadden JsSMn CnuniDgliaro. Capt II Hagerty. rf the Five Years' Schoiarshii k o'clock cm., under U. lessjs. J. B. Miles, Benjamin nes, John Lilly and A. accat Bra- Band, and a splendid will furnish Music on the oe 1!.. r. will take plai direction of 3 Babb. . M.Jo The College string Band. casion. No effort will be spared to make this th. ni'wl enjoyable Fete ever gotten up in Mem I'hrn. Tie . if.y Cent. l-c- I . iTUFnt sale. 55 bv 19u. :iu by M I .. rj.V.- iii fei on join s' avenue. The cno'cesl ana .-ileal .. the city. Addles , x.. -ppcai u.u... UlIDINCi LOT8-1 would sell several de - - -- kni Mine lotsa nart of my resi .1 . ..,.,,., nl l.lluien ,uiu iiuuciu. streets, via : two loU fronting on Linden street Hti by 14." feet ; one on Rawlings Place, tti by 14 J , i .. ,Q . Elrwl till hv (.-.- - one iruuuuK uouu. '.til feet: two others fronting on Lauderdale us feet each by 1M. 1 would also sen tne po. ii.r u, inn m v resiuence. .t-a ictr. . i. i.t,. i liarr is: iei. coniHiiuiis exceUent dwelling. The street railroad passe,. immediately in Irontoi mis piop-..j . - winning to purchase can r1" leatley or myself. J.J. J? "..''. , Wheatley or myi HpSt 251 Front street. ... -i- n' v & vn t rookaway, 'o: K make, nearly new ; can be seen at Pontotoc street, ruan No. t apJS The property known a .... x....L-, fiar... on urinaie., iu...-. I"- ..iru.. . . , 1,111 slid Koss avenues, suiiiwu.".U ". .- IT.U1LD1NO LOTS D u ui'ii WiMkJr. :t r-Il Ul"i. " , ;"s''itV, l.,.Tar;" within two square. M termmur Poplar street railroad. 1 Uie per fea'j22 PP ' corner Main and Court street F4.KM-A splendid Kentucky farm : seven tv acre rich land : fifteen acres timbered t Hti"'' , f (.univation wel Hi. ed- sprendmstoTkand grain farm; flnt ieehou'se. and all other Improvements lJ'. . ion of four thousand; four 1 arm 7TLT Catholic, Melho 2id?tow SrmVlW ". For particulars, apply to. or address James carpenter t.o Malison street. Memphis, Tennessee. 13 r v-n s-T. -t acres Big Creek Umbered I . land 12 miles north of city and lSmue east of Men-phiiand Fnducan itaiiroao ! ... - Point, on Spring ft L.U.W.a; i Pair good small steamboat Enuiues, s' on.i-lind Portable Engine bv 2i : 1 good ui. hv la. aw T73 L 7se I-ortable Engine; 1 good "...i uii.r aslrchesbv lbfeet: l goo.; "r'm No. 8 ftnowles steam - " - and also Ei WTfi sold low and on fa Intilv tr fcinLK A HEATH. iron "WANTS. NL'RSE Bv an invaUd lady, a good stout mirsc. Liberal x ags and a permanent situation. Apply at ') Sliei by Btreet. my 1 1 ClOOK At the Magnolia Hall. No. 3i Main str.-ot. No. 1 Cook ; none other net d apply 1-U;TNER With Ml and good city refer enoe. to invest in the best paying bum in the state. Address I11VH M.. this office. OODOOOKwanUa situation. Apply at l Overton ftreet. between jsaiu run SITUATION By a young man or four years experience a- Assistant Book-keejajr 01 jma. Addro- Q H p H.thl.offlce. G .1 ITt'ATION By a young man as clerk In O (irocerv or eed store, wholesale or re tail has ten vears exirience in the business. Add'resH A. C Appeal office. IIRKMAN Immediately, a good fireman. 1 ..lie that can burn sawdust: nooilm need apply; also, one LOO man. Apply at 1 P BA.KLOW A WHITE'S MILL, myc Fort Pickering. PURCHASER For an established business: small and paving well. Parties with lim ited means will find thisa g'od Investment. Terms and particulars given by addressing my M. C. Appeal office. IT hjK CANVASSERS For city and country- Apply at S12 Second street. U RNIirKE. ETC. To pay Ule hlghes r price for second-hand furniture, stoves. f, . . .. v.. pet-. tc. at "f." re at SD FURNITURE. Feathen iold Goods of ail kinds txrasli feet. ' H. T. SINNOTT. FOR RENT. tI UtNC K A nice r.-sid-nce, l75Tenne- rt-t-t 1iocn iu ciKi repair uu utt i. conlainiDg MrMB rooms; rent low 10 lunt Inuuire at IL' Front strwrt. G EKMAN1A HOUSE On coiner nneiot ami Oavoo streets, ai a uaica.... -vv: .!t;H.N sOMEKViLL, Office J Second Btret t, corner Monroe, myjj Memphis. Tenneasee. Poplar s-. mys lICRNIsHKll HuUSI C Apply on the premises. ... 1-iURNIHHED ROOM--At 191 Main street r Im.nlre at room S, third floor, my OFFICE The oft y Judge A. Wrlgl k one of the n rooi A rrOREROOM No. V- Madison street, tor insurance, bankina ir any ..Hit: business purposes. . A. sTO ALL. R 0 iMS-Handsome fumlslied rooms in pr.- vate famiiv.for genuemeu. imiuire i : his office. mJ ' H,, ML Beautiful suburban home, fui ulshej. containing five acres, two o! i,.. l, iv in t-rass am siiH.lt-ire. , nun. t- ler 1st: convenient Apply ti vorable terms rakikMBi Nok. 96 100, 102, 104 and 100 Se.-ond street, -sos. w.. ws iw, Memphis, Tennesst i al . ,. uavii H-tlRNlll KE Inquire N t - I'- AN hROKLIN. ntA ACRES OF LAND In lott from ten 250 MMM acres, on both sides of the Ml IT' ' enneaaee Railroad. Ave mUes 'rom Memrhis; see map and address ape No. 21 Madison street. NE span mules, wagon, harness, lioeus. - . ... ... . iiXincA ,u 4.inms tre ' . aray, narnos miu o., 0 LOT-25 by HK feet on the east side oi Jiaii street, 'between Exchange and Marke. rermseasy; J-&, 4 COLMAN. leJ3 Real Estate Agents, 175 Main street, INGINES-CUEBINS & GUNN, Adams St.. K have for sale some of the most substan tial and elegantlv finished stationary englu -u the United StKtes. The Exposition engine much atlmired by thousands, is among the aumber. It is 6.1-hors power. Gentlemen d.; MM engines for mills etc., should call am! fxamine. For aimpucity ana wa8iu .u are not to be excelled. fell engine and lot of 10-incl, ENGINE A 30-horse powei r. . .iier. witli pumps and a TSt ADAMS STREET LANTATIONS-RESIDENCE-BANKINC u'.htlib.. i.nl,r vulnahle rjlantations in . Kolivar. Coahoma and DeS-rto, ilso, my residence and bars It 1 nj-tvr, jj PERSONAL. OCKEY A CO., Plasterer1. 18 Gayoso street j jobbing attt I..1 to. sp-i STRAYED. arl'LE A dark bay mare mule, about 1 1 hnnds high, aged, whl'e saddle marks, one right fore leg inside swe. . ny ma: k :SW re Ward JOHN I LETCH LK, on Raleigh road, near National Cemetery. HORsEs S2' REWARD-Two horse on. is a snrrel, flax mane and tall,or.e ey. out: the other a bay, about lj'a hands high. 6 years old. T. McCAItN T. three miles riom Memphis ,.-- ou Hernau.io road. LOCAL PARAGKAPH8. be fouud OB and accesKlble to city. Jak s! CARPENTER A C Madison srf OUSE, 26S HERNANDO STREET ig seven rooms, kitchen, pau out stable, gootl well aim c'--- garden space; lot 100 by Ml nice reair, and will be rented ipt paving tenant. Apply at t its Life insurance Company, st.. Planters Ins Building. 11 try, i tern, 1 he low offiCI i, : i ir Hin sK- lara-e br.i-W house, eon. ri Li. l:,,. nine nxims No. 72 Hill street. Apply at No. !i ADAMS vWELLING-HOl'SES Two comtortaD.. i) dwelling-houses for rent, in the Titu Iiock. on the corner of Third and Market st-. HARRIS PILL 'V . ROOMS AND BOARD. K IKIMS- Furnished or unfurnlshl, wit! ard. al reasonable rates for fami e gentlemen, at lit Monroe street. furnishe.1 mylu . ....... . . n uuki'li A nice tront room, sultab.e lor gentlaman and wife, al "7 Linden street. K FT ther, very desirabl. ; 3Uthern Hotel. flTH BOARD, AT moderate, myl M u 1 NEW ROOMS delight! ul i-oard, at the opportunity fo and moullily n aiC7 KooM A Nil with boai istreel. Hefen rnisfiud and unfurnished treet. api-s cool and first -class splendid Weekly -Nicely furnished, or summer; also Commercial hotel. :.r sincle gentlemen. ales verv low. ALLEN BROS. BOARD An unlurntshed room i can be had al No. Market nees required. ap2ti two vouug men can be bobbbbsbb th k:sMl ls.ar.l anu jiitasaui awu. ... . . ' .... .. . Ul u.rtm ..reel. al,' IttlUII..,.! .f pnva! K d furnished rooms, with board t.. bet, Adams and Washington FOR SALE OR RENT. Tutu mrvtrFM.iv neres of ood cleared f land, with houses, on Big Creek, ten miles froui thccit. Bent can jiiuu in iu.mu.- men it y MM the city ah 11. K. traets n or land ou Big Creek, ten miles f otie mile from Memphis and Pa heavily tlmia-red. W ill be sold suit purchasers. Apply to .. A. PARK Ell. Bank oi Commerce, oi A. C. BK1T1S. City Hall. my3 .... In o foi g and n On HtjlsE The lm"o-stor- brick house. Main street, for sale or rent. A wale, the old established watch-maki jewelry' business which is carried on iaiue house. NOTICE. The stock will be sold In lots or retailed al . ah a-nt.-hes. clocks or Jewelry lot not e-died for by the lath of May next, will be ,.ld I" pay charges. ap. K K-l lacbed. For Southern Life iiekiT A handsome suburban rem nee situated on the Memphis and ton Railroad, at Gills siauou. t '.hi rt Siiusre. containing six uii.-nen and ouihousea, all new, with T." . -,,,i. .nd flne earden sisd at j- i.r terms apply at the office of the nsurance i ompauj. "H" r ramm ui.lTs.M.Nlre residence lots for JLl "ALE; ulos house, in suburbs for REN T t. V. V . Vt IlL.tll-r-l I LOT-No. 5 Place, co tiaxl plank f agent, etc ...... r I . re. enclosed with tl. D. L. Stewart . K. OPTICAS SALE OR EXCHANGE. iful suburban i, on the N d the Chelsea Jomt, spaclou oroer; choic outhouses and thing to iiiuk a home attractive, or a resort doslrable. W ill sell, or exchange for city property. Apply on the premises. or oi my ENOCH TAYLOR, 7 Madison st. i, all In ?il egel..hl.-i- of there iu oue family, ttnil it the attention of the LAND Four acres of Union avenue, one pnai. Also, 13 ls-100 i of N. M. Trerevauts . vant and Central aveui or exchange lor city .mimrjroved. App.y t myS I on norm side of i east of City Hos ot laud, lot No. 1 vision, on Trere I will sell cheap urty, Improved oi The river column will the third pace. The lots ofl'ereil for sale on JoneeV avenue are the eheai-eet and most at tractive in the city. R. M. T. means what he Bays. He must and will sell. Parties litigant should remember that Wednesday is the last day on which can issue writs r other process returnable to the May term of the circuit courU. Judge Halfey, of the second circuit court, will render ins uecisiou iu in case of the Polk estate against the Jack son insurance company tomorrow morning. The local board of commissioners, in behalf of the centennial celebration oi the anniversary of American independ ence, meets v eouesuay urn . mv chamber of commerce hall. We have received from Holleuberg, 274 second street, three pieces or MW music: Jlave uoiitt, tnn Hays; Little Sweetheart Come UUttM to Me, and Dmnn forget iwr Wither, Sandie, by Hays. tin Miiin street, near Monroe, yes terday afternoon, a dray dished oue of its wheels, and, settling on the street rails. stopped several street-cars, tuner ei.i cles were also impeaea, anu uieit some confusion produced among the drivers. A few days ago, ou the river bluff, near Columbus, Kentucky, an innocent girl named Miss Pbu-be Hammond, en route for Cairo, was assaulted by a brute named Willis J. McCiuire, a dis- liarircd freight couductor of tne -Motme and Ohio railroad. Mr. Zack Smith and wife, near Rip ley, Tippah county, Mississippi, Have fourteen 9ons and uiue daughters, forty five grand-children, and four great- grand-children. Only think U-ing seventy-two is a lact worinv cliosophic muse We leani froru the attending physi cian, Dr. 11. . jones, tuai Juu x-uie, who was stabbed Friday aiternoon uy Heurv Farrow, colored, is in a fair way of recovery, the woumls not ueiug so serious as was at first believed. Farrow has not been found, and has doubtless fled the city. The two colored meu, m. Thomas and Win. Williams, are now in jail awaiting trial for the charge ol burgla riously entering Leopold Levy's store, and stealing therefrom a large -uantity of goods, some of which, left in the hands of colored friends, has been re covered. Thomas admits that he aided the parties in the larceny. Yesterday in the second chancery court, decisions were renuereu m tuese cases: Chapman vs. Chapman, demur rer overruled; Amnion r. Ammou, mo tion for alimony penditUe lite, denied; Thomas c. Matsou, order on trustee re voked; McDonald r. WoodwortD, de murrer overruled; Kaiser . Kaiser, divorce granted. Joe Burgoyue, arrested for shooting with iuteut to kill Lewis Calloway, col ored, was yesterday fined fifty dollars for carrying conlel weapons, and in de fault of three thousand dollars bail to appear at the next term of the criminal court, w as sent to jail. He thought he hail killed Calloway, and was surprised to learn that his bullet misled the mark. Marriage licenses issued and re turned to the clerk of the county court during the week were as follows: James rt. tiibbs aud Mrs. K. B. Mulford Thos. C. Cadwgan and Miss K. Jones, Louis Adams and Mis-- Julia lienedick, Mat thew Lester ami Miss Mattie King, Geo. Aselmeyer and Mis. M. IHisculd, C. T. rtmiUi and Miss C. Richardson. Te Westminster Review, British (Juarterly, and all the magazines, can be found at Mansfbrd's complete news emporium, corner of Second and Mon- Ho reeeivw several thousand pa pers every week, and has literature by the acre some miles from home, and regrets the niluigeuce of his folly for the benetit ot the Memphis squirrel. The statement made by our Sartlis- correspondent, that a young lady from Tyro had beed seihiced by a tramp painter wornng in tne iormer town proves, on inquiry, not to lie true. The unfortunate young woman was a resi- leni ot NstiIis, ami never lived at lyro. She had, previous to the terrible denou- hicitt, visited that iteighlKirhood, but that is all. She had no other connec tion w ith the place. Yesterday afternoon an aUrighU.il hoioe daslietl at a fearful siieed down Maiu street, between Adams and iop- lar. Seeing the danger incident to pedestrians, Officer Cogbill seized the horse by the reins aud, although dragged some distance, succeeded iu stopping the animal. Officer Cogbill.who is not only a gentleman, but an efficient ofneer, de serves credit for the gallant act. For tunately he was not injured. Xivht before last unknown partus, supposed from their foot-priuts to be ne groes, entered the smokehouse and gar- den oi .sir.-jonn ntu, on uip.cmK es on the State Line road, four miles from thiseity. A large quantity of meat was taken from the smokehouse and seve ral sacks of vegetables, valued at fifty dollars, carried from the gardens. We understand that negro burglars in fest the surrounding country, and much property is being stolen by them. It is no uncommon thing for a garden to be stripped of its products, while houses are frequently entered by these thieves and robbed of many valuable articles. The citizensshould be on the u ct't'e for these scoundrels. The grand musical festival that has just closed iu Cincinnati was a success far beyond anytning tne pnyev-iuus dreamed of. With the success that has recently attended musical affairs in Memphis we are led to believe that such a festival is possible here, and that it would have the same effect namely, the uniting all our musical soc ieties and clul by the bonds of brotherhood surd, aa should, but does not, liuk them together. Perriug ought to try his hand at such a festival. Directed by him and properly seconded by our citizens, we believe it might be extended through a week at the great exposition building. Late yesterday afternoon a drunken man reeled along the bluff aud laid drxwn on its brink overlooking the ter mination of Union street. For a minute the sinking sunlight gleamed over the water, tinging the druufear.1V pale face with an unearthly glory, the brightness of which seemed to mock the countenance of the degraded wretch Soon the daylight faded aud the even ing shadows gemmed with stars hid the slumberer from the gaze of curious eyes. How many stumble along the high places of life, the mantle of charity gemmed with mercy's tears, falling like the darkness of l ight over the silent, wretched form? and yet, when the light of truth beams too often it reveals the mangled form dashed to ruin below. In another column will tie seen an advertisement of the library. We call at tention to especially urge upon our citi zens to take these memberships ami make the association a success. It it open to all who w ill becowe members. Anyone, male or femalej wishing to be come a member, will call on the secre tary, Mr. Jones, at the DeSoto bank, pay the fee, and get a certificate of nieni beiship. The ladies are specially invited to become members, aud give their as sitance to the enterprise. The membtrs of the Readingroom association are re quested to call ou Mr. Jones and pay their dues and get certificates of meni Isership. They will not be called upon by the collectors as formeily. They art expected to call on Mr. Jones and pay for six or twelve months itive or ten dollars) and get certificates. Yesterday morning before light a thief stole several pots and baskets of flowers from Assistant-Postmaster KuowlUm's front yard at Fort Pickering. By means of geranium leaves and bud? dropped in the pathway, the larceny was traced to the house of Joe Harris, colored, who was airesttd, and, iu de fault of two thousand dollars boud, jailed by Justice Hall. The stolen biskets and pots were found in Har.is's house, the door to which was broken open iu order to gaiu entrance by the searching par tioa. Ami now arises a uueslion o; strange inconsistency. How does it hap pen that any person, to whose senses the beauty of flowers at peals potently, could be guilty of such a crime as their lar ceny? The higher etheis of the beau tiful, whether in art or nature, cniki never actuate a heart destitute of taste for the beautiful and good. Hence, this larceny was not to get possession ' (lowers because of any appreciation the thief has, but in order to sell them ami secure filthy lucre. Neighboring towns are accustomed to rail at Memphis because we suffered St. Louis to steal a march on us. Let it be remembered that Memphis and the country and railways that eurich Mem phis, were swept with a besom of de structiou which never touched St. Louis, and all that Memphis lost, St. Louis gained. Memphis is now going ahead vigorously. We have a terrible dead weight that sometimes almost par alyzes the energies of the people and de stroys the city's fair fame. But, despite ulistaclcs to the progress ol Mempnis, interposed by the lowers that be, Mem phis prospers. Colonel Donovan's rail way may be throttled, but they who do the deed will be the last to recover from the shock incident to its temporary overthrow. The city aud Colonel Dono van will survive, aud the road he built aud never subordinated to the selfish purposes of a ring that may seek toi'orceit into places that will make it most profit able to themselves aud to levy contribu tions upon the indomitable spirit that gave it life. K KOl.OGM A I,. rite Elmvets Koofc Biograpbiml Mem oirs a ad Mkelctaea or Those who Kest Id oar Favored Cemetery. A Book that will Interest Thoni s Extracts from the Paces or the For tii r om lms; Volume. AT B. L0YTN9TE1 BROS., THIS WEEK, New Suits, New Polonaises, New Dusters, New Wrappers, New Skirt-waists, New Underwear. ALSO, PAHASOLS: PARASOLS!! at cottou prices, at 15. LCAVENSTF.iN I Hft Ladies desiring my original improved folding bustle can buy it in this city only at the manufactory, M Maiu street. Tllol IV Lots, the llrsi and perhaps he lust rhanee gleu h a large properly holder in Memphis, to buy a home al a I tIK price und not more than I'MEStlXT talue. with Ions, lime nud easy pay ments. all upon the Agents at onee. lonoho A Bnlkley . :it Madison street. SILKS ! SILKS!! SILKS!!! A complete Hue of solid, striped and checked silks, in all the newest shades, at TAT Mb JOY a CO. 'a. HAIK. BIMAN B.'.IK. LARGEST STOCK in the city, at HALF PRICE. EVBK1ES, inland 2 Main Street A. C. BETTI8, City Hail. Pt .' hs. si -am LAN . Amonii the vouuir ladies who are to assist at the refreshment tables during the festival ou the fifteenth instant, are Misses MaL'irit' Davis, Julia fecmnies i ..mm Ftheridire. Blanche Speed, Fanny nVlh. Annie V. Baccigalupo, Kate and Mary Lawless, Mollie Deviue, L Larkin, A. Speed, M. Savage A it s.iij.. Lvtich. M. Kimbal. M nisnHssiia IJzzie Keen, Mary and Ola Hi.-kov. Klla McMahon, Ella Con wav. Mattie Bedford. Lizzie Wright, Mairio- Cuiiniiiit nam. .uanon neiies, Annie McNamara, Mollie Carues, Mag- Jeuuie iiarry, Dannie be fouud anywhere in the United States His doors are ouen until two o'clock ot Sunday. Yesterday a young man from the interior, with more liberality than dis cretion Is.inrbt two dollars' worth of ljou acres, .OU ciearea, nlltli ,n.i fMi ikti to the souirrels iu sUn. Miss, lllxty nm-1 V., . ; J . . j V e this year; new fence, ) c ottrt square, nneuuf starteu uumr, filing-house. For sale j he lacked thirty-five cents of having suf r cash, or wiu exchange I flcjeut money to purchase a railroad Tnek, Hkainstnet. ' ticket. Consequently, he was landed irie W oo drulize. a mind an assortment as can i Forrest, Alice Wold, Annie Mitchell, w. ,.i. i I u Vff a i n .... M. A. Conuollv and Mollie Blessing. The above list of names will speak for itself. We anticipate apleasant time ou the fifteenth. Kahn & Fkeibeko, corner Main and Poplar, offer 600 dozen ladies tine white hose, t 25 per doxen. Usk Rumford Yeast Powders. They are cheaiiest made. Captain Joseph Leuow, who has de voted much of his life to the contempla tion of death, aud would divest it o' its terrors by making attractive the resting place of the dead, is preparing a volume for tne press, in wnicn tne oeeas anu virtues of those whose bodies are en tombed at Eimwood may be celebrated. There is no effort of the press more ef fective iu promoting excellence in our selves titan when directed to the repro duction and laudation of excellence in others. If we would have those now living become worthy of the dead, we must never forget to award the proper meed of praise to those who played well their part in the drama of life. The young are thus persuaded to emulate their virtues, and in after years would have their own honorable deeds record ed iu pages like these constituting Cap tain Lenow's tribute to the worth and truth and honor and genius of our fa thers. Among the stories told in this volume is that of a man whose name was once blazoned on banners and filled newspapers everywhere in Tennessee. It was a household word by every fire side, and vet, such has been the thor oughness of changes wrought by war and by an age of progress, that half the people ot .Memphis, as it exists to-uay. never heard of JAMES C. JONES, or, hearing ef him, have little knowledge of the remarkable man who never voted iu his life, when he participated in the contest, ditlert-ntiy from the people oi l enncesee.the abject slaves lor tne nonce of his marvellous peculiar eloquence. There was a fickle, fluctuating vote of eighteen hundred or two thousand in this State which, through a long series of years, determined successive elec tions. Whenever Governor Jones came before the people, the people approved him. He was a Whig, a devout admirer of Henry Clay, and yet when he pre ferred Buchanan to Fillmore, and went through the State haranguing multi tudes, Tennessee voted for Buchanan. as she did for Clay, against her favored eitizeu, James K. Polk, Jones expend ing in this last, the presidential contest of 1S43-4. a degree of energy and toil that seemed almost superhuman. But we must confine ourselves to the sketch given iu THE ELM WOOD BOOK. James C. Jones was born in 1809, near the line between Davidson and W llson counties, near the Hermitage. His father died while he was yet in his in fancy. Colonel Ward became his guar dian, a gentleman who was defeated as a caudldate for governor of Tennessee by Mr. Cannon, afterward defeated by James & Polk. It seems that the ad vantages of Governor Jones in his youth were limited. Not more than two or three years of his life were spent at school, but from the Inmates of Colonel Ward's family, and the use of books to which he there gained access, he famil iarized himself with ancient and modern history, and with the elementary branches of an English education. Up to the date of his marriage, in the twen tieth year of his age, he was chiefly " employed on the planta tion oi Colonel ward, but at intervals, when his services were not needed, he spent his time at school and in reading books. At the age of tweutv-one, his small patrimony was iralisferrtd to him by his guardian, and he i urchastd a farm in Wilson count v wht re he became the model farmer of his neichborhood. In 1837 he became I candidate for te legislature. There were ten or twelve aspirants. On the general parade-day of tne militia, each candidate stated that "at the solicitation of many friends," he sought a seat in the sreueral assembly of the State oi Tenutssee. Governor Jones mounted a stump and said that he had been solicit ed by no oue, but on his "own account was a candidate.'' He wanted a turn pike from Nashville to Lebanon; advo cated the construction of macadamize. I roads throughout the State by means of State aid, and on this local question was successful. It would seem that this early contest shaped ever afterward the course of Governor Jones. Whenever released from political cares, he directed all his energies to the construction of great public works. Wherever he lived, cotton factories, turnpikes, plank roads, and railroads sprang into existence. The largest manufacturing establishment in the Sbuth, burned a few years ago at Lebauou, in this State, was the product of his labors. His efforts in behalf of the Nashville and Chattauooga railroad, when its construction was first con ceived, are well remembered in Middle Tennessee, and the people of Tennessee aud Alabama will not forget his cease- hess toil through two years in behalf of tne Memphis and Charleston road, the old Memphis and Lagrange road, planned by General Gaines, had proven a disastrous failure. No one here could be induced to invest in the proposed en terprise. Our city, almost without roads of any kind, was growing rapidly, and the wagon trade was by most men deemed indispensable to the prosperity of Memphis. Under circumstances niosi discouraging, aud alone aud un supported, Go vernor Jones accomplished the herculeau task of securing two and a half millions of dollars for the purpose of building the road, without going into Wall street, or looking abroad for aid The result of his success has beeu the con struction of railways in every direction, and just prior to his death he was chosen President of the Memphis, El Paso and Pacific road. The last speech he ever maee was pronounced in Odd-Fellows' hall in Memphis accepting this office and assuring the people that within five years the Mississippi and Pacific, like the Mississippi and Atlautic, would be linked together by his toil. In 1839 he was the Harrison elector for the state at Isrge, and at the close of this contest, after the old party leaders had refu-ed to accept the position, he was assigned the duty of defeating James K. folk, the Democratic candidate lor gubernatorial honors. Polk had beaten Cannon for this office by ten thousand mai iritv, as Cannon had lieateu N artl. Jout-s"s guardiau. JAMES K. POLK had served eight years in congress, had been sneaker of the house ot representa tives, ami was deemed irresistible both on tne score or nis siaicsinaiisuip, ins learning and experience, and had never BDcounbBrad his equal as a popular ora tor. Governor J ones thirty-one years oi age, and with little experience as a de bater. promptly accepted the nomina tion, and at once set to work to prepare himself for the canvass which was to follow. Wa have heard Governor Jones soeak of the feeliu3 that agitated him at the first meeting of himself and his competitor; of Mr. 1'oIK '8 trequent allu sion to himself as his "juvenile compet itor; ol the niagnihceuce oi rout 'a or atory, and of the seemingly unanswer able loirie which characterized his speeches. He felt himself in the grast of giant. He said that his reply would have been impotent out lor an acciaeui Mr. Ledbeiter, of Murfreesboro, handed him. as he arose to speak for the first lime in reply to I'olK, an old pampniei coov of a speech of Mr. Polk ou the lanlt ouestion, maue wueu ue iiret eutcred coutiress. Between the speech of that day aud that delivered ou the occasion referred to, there was a real or fancied inconsistency, which gave to Jones a theme for ridiculeand invective, which he well knew how to exhaust He -aid that in this first collision per haps his partisan and personal friends expected but little from him he cer tainly anticipated an overwhelming de feat. But that uicht he was cougratu lated on his success by large bodies of bis hiK friends, and theucelorward, he was inspired with the confidence born of success. The canvass was a most exciting oue, and resulted in Jones's election. At the close of his gubernatorial term, he and Mr. Polk were re-nominated. The struggle which followed was desperate and will never be forgotten by those who then lived in Tennessee, and will ever be mentioned in history as furnishing the most bril liant eamples of popular oratory and tsiniilar enthusiasm. The result was again in Jones's favor. He canvassed the State in 1814 for Mr. Clay; in 1848 for General Taylor, in 1852 for General Scott, and in 18ob' for Buchanan. Gov ernor Jones was president of the Mem phis and Charleston railroad eonipauy when elected by the legislature to the Senate of the United States. The intel lect of Governor Jones was most vigor ous. His education was not thorough by any means, but application aud memory, rendered him an accurate hia toriau. As an eloquent and powerful public debater Governor Jones had no superior, and etqiecially was he distin guished for his burning, matchless, over powering oratory. There was a quick ripss of rjerceution. a visor of deduction. a directness, and devotedneas of purpose, a terrible earnestness which gave him an irresistible influence over the people. As a man, he was kind, generous and true asincere friend, an openand frank opponent. His hospitality was proverb ial, and neiuier avarice uor tuauce utxu a resting place in his bosom. There was an unsullied purity of heart, an inflexi ble integrity in his conduct, an inde scribable fascination in bis social inter coarse, and an honest frankness in his conversation that won everybody. He died in 1858, and BISHOP OTEV pronounced the funeral eulogium, full of love for his life-long friend and of learn ing and godlike benevolence, and the freatest concourse that ever entered llniwood followed the hearse tearing the remains of Governor Jones, the owners of the cemetery gave a lot, and a monument marks the spot where his body reposes, and a simple legend tens the story of his life and death. We win hereafter, each Sunday morning, give ither chapters from the pages or uus unpublished booK. Ladies of First Congregational Church will hold A STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL, at Rocco Hall, Tuesday, Wednesday. Thursday mights. Lunch Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 12 uutil 3. REDUCTION IN SILKS, at B. LOWENSTEIN & BROS. SPRING SILKS, all pure, At 4ac wortn oc. FINE SPRING SILKS, At ioc- STILL BETTER SILKS, A Choice Assortment, At il worth SI at B. U iWENSTKI N A BROS. -worth $1 50. ). EW MILLINERY. SOLIETA D! IMONE E FKaTELLA.V ITALIAN A. HEBZOO ft BKOS.'S Attractive Goods for the "FOURTH ANNUAL PICNIC." Spangled Tarlatans, fans Swisses, Sashes, Rib! sons, Fans, Kid Gloves, Ladies' Ties, Parasols, -Rushes, Lace Handkercniefa,etc. GREAT BARGAINS in the aliove new goods. HEK7.0U A BIIO-, M Main Street, Clark's Marble Block. Caution. An inferior folding bustle is being sold in some stores, which is not made by Louis ange. v e are tola ma: oulv the genuine folding bustles liear his trade mark on the waist-baud, and lor these only he guarantees. emhrotderies'anu standard tkimminus ! A new and beautiful line of embroid erles in linen, iaconet, Naiusook and Swiss, at TAYLOR, JOY CO.'S. 312 Main ritreet THE GREATEST BARGAIN'S Of the Season, AT THE GREAT RED STORE. Having received a large invoice of Black Silks (fine quality , Black Alpacas, Irish L:.nens (finest grades), Best Make of Real French Corsets, Exquisite Embroideries, and numerous other artieles, From a Large EASTERN IMPORTING HOUSE, with orders to sell, We are able to offer the greatest BARGAIN'S that have ever Leen sold iu this market. Respectfully, WM. FRANK CO., 227 Main Street. BLACK IRON (KENAD1NS to be THE CHIEF SALE during this week ! Extraordinary Bargains in the same. Special inducements in Linen Lawns, Striped Grenadines, Piipies, Percales, etc. Beautiful Lace Capes, Parasols, Fans, etc. (ireat Bargains in Hosiery, etc. HOSIERY ! HOSIERY: HEilZOG A BRQ Hi Main. St'TTER, tailor, 45 Jefferson. LAW FIRM. On Thursday, the fifteenth instant, comes off the grand festival of the Chris tian Brothers' College, at the Exposition building, aud judging trom the deep in terest everywhere manifested in it, we are led to believe that it will lie the greatest event of tbeseason. For weeks past it has formed the general theme of conversation with large numbers of our ADDITIONAL KIYEK NEWS. For foil river news, see third page. Cincinnati, May lo. River falling, 37 feet in the channel. Weather clear and pleasant. Departed : Lawrdnce, Memphis: Arlington. Memphis; Sher lock, New Orleans. LocisviLB,May 10. Weather partly clear and pleasant. River rising, 14 feet inches at bead of canal.and 12 feet 6 inches in the chute; 80 feet under the bridge. Business dull. No arrivals or departures except local packets, f Evansvixxk, May 10. Weather clear and warm. Mercury 50 to 72. River risen 2 feet 5 inches. Up: Longworth, midnight; Idlewild, 2 a.n; Andy Baum,7 a.m.; Charmer, 10 a.m.; George Roberts, 12 noon; Molli? Ebert, 3 p.m. : Alaska, 5 p.m. Down : Diamond and barges, 11 p.m.; Mary Houston, Ua.ni. ; Mary Anient. 1 p.m. Cairo, May 10. River risen 3 im iie-i. Weather clear and pleasant. Arrived: City of Chester, Memphis, 3 a.m.; Pro basco. Cincinnati, 10 am.; Ouickstep, t Jlitcnell. r.vai.-- jwople, thereby proving the troth of the I ville, 5 p m.; (4eorge C. Wolf,Red river, old proverb, "Coming events cast their 6 p.m. City of Augusta, iinisville, 7 p.m.; Jlelle Me Departed: Ch sba lies trot ore." Theeiierifetii and very ea who have had the kind ling themselves with the task of supplying and su- tne dinereut refreshment For the Style, For the Fancy, For the Neat, For the Tasty, For the Latest, For the Best Goods, Half the prices charged elsewhere, buy your hats at levbrie's Misses' corsets, band-made and wove; childreus' supporting waists; and those durable misses' folding bustles, with the stamp of "Southern Hook-skirt Manu factory, Memphis," are ready again at the manufactory, 383 Main street. GRENADINES! 8RENADLNES ! ! A handsome assortment of black silk frenadines, black irou grenadines, black lorentines and Byzantines, at TAYLOR, JOY & CO.'S. PERSONAL. RECEIVE it at MRS. KREMLER'S, SUITS! SUITS! A Large Variety of the Latest Styles. Some very elegant LINEN SURTOUTS. Best Iron Grenadines, Superior quality for Suits. Orders for suits will be filled in the style for which our house is so well kuown. NEW STY'LES IN HATS. To close out, Real Hair Goods, at half price. To close out, Jet and other fancy Jewelry.at half price. To close out, Lace Points, Sacques and Overskirts, at half price, at MRS. KREMER-S, 2T; Main Street. We are informed on authority that Messrs. D. E. Myers, W. M. Sneed, and Colonel D. K. McKee have formed a law partnership for the practice of law iu all the courts of the city. The card of this new law firm will appear in a few days, notifying the public of their place of business. AMUSEMENTS. PERSONAL. and of fireat Interest to the Ijulies! What is it? LEI BRIE has opened a MILLINERY BRANCH, and will keep on hand and make to or der the latest and most fashionable styles of Ladies' and Children's Hats. Employing only the most experienced, and using only the best qualities of ma terial, I guarantee to give entire satis faction at HALF THE PRICES CHARGED ELSEWHERE Hair Goods cheapest in the city. EXPOSITION and DOLLAR STORES M and 222 Main Street. p.m.; Ljiuis., i p.m. It. Loui, 5 a.m.; lle.l p.m.; Probas Wolff. St. Lout-, tables have been thus far very success ful, and will spare no exertions in mak ing the affair enjoyable in the extreme. The names of the gentlemen on the dif ferent committees give the very best as surance that good order will be enforced, and that everything will be carried on in such a manner as to give satisfaction and pleasure to all. The fears so gener ally entertained regarding the weather at this season will be groundless, as in the hall parties will be exempt alike from the burning rays of the sun, the drenching wet of the rain, aud the un pleasant coolness which so often prevails during our spring evenings. During the day and evening every means will be taken to enable all parties to fully enjoy themselves, aud all amusements cus tomary on such occasions will be afford ed. I u addition to a very efficient and numerous string band, and to the college band, ti ere w ll be various other bands, each of which will contribute to the pleasure of the occasion. We do not know of a more delightful manner of whiliug off a day and evening than by patronizing this festival, and we earn estly desire that our people may do so by attending in large numbers, and thereby both eDjoy themselves and aid the Christian Brothers in their laudable efforts for liquidating the heavy debt on their iustitution. May 10. The Monon g slowly, 9 feet inch- in channel. No arivals r de- Alice Brown, L co, Memphis. 1 7 p.m. PlTTSBCRO gabela is water partures. Nashville, May 10 River falling rapidly; 12 feet on Harpeth shoals. W eather warm and cloudy. No arn . or departures estept loal packets. Little Rock, May lo. River failing, Weather clear and warm ; 7 feet in chan nel here, 30 inches at Van Buret.. Ar rived: Hallie, above. Departed: Fort Gibson, and Armadillo, for above. MCKSBiRO, May 10. Kiver falliii. Weather warm and clear. Down : Chas. Bodmann, Pauline Carroll, James Howard. Up: Future City and barges. Great Republic, Lady Lee, Pargoud. ol'is. May lo. Kiver ri-mr. Weather clear and warm. Arrived : Johnson Keokuk; Henry Ames, New Orleans. Departed: City of Qutucy and Thompson Dean, New Orleans; Mary t,. Jroe, Ked river; r.mma Klliott, Vicksburg; St. Joseph, Memphis; John son, KeoKUK. LEMON'S CONCRETE STONE. I. ..is tor borne, al their FKi-HEST Irne v nines, and pay ments your own wl.-e-i no. an. I eontenicurr. niltiiu the peri.nl of one. Isd, Hire.-, lour, or He y ear. Our iuMruction are lo sell balance ol -THOMAS" bus on abote terms. ..II immetllnlely npos Donoho A Bnlklejr. Robert W. Dolgherty, of Louis ville, agent of Governor Bramlette, lain the city. Mr. Ben. DeBar was in the city yes terday on business connected win the Operahouse. Mr. Woodson, ageut for the asso ciated press at Memphis, returned to the city nan. A. L. Hamilton, D. D., for many years president of the Clarksville, Ten nessee, female college, now a citizen of Georgia, is at the Peabody hotel. Georue 8. Cox, of Birmingham, Al abama, a distinguished barrister and creator of Birmingham, the city of magical growth, is at the Peabody. Mr. David C. Preston, of Nashville, is spending a few days in this city. He is here for the purpose of haviug sold the city lots in Preston's subdivision. A. B. Hamilton, Georgia; James W. Dennis, Cincinnati; 8. Y. D. Arrow smith, New York; Dr. E. Cutler, Bos ton ; L. C. Gause, Arkansas, and M. J. Jones, Alabama, "re at the Peabody hotel. Mr. David Lecbrie, president of the American Mutual Insurance associa tion, of New Orleans, is among yester day's arrivals at the Peabody. If he is the Leubrie in the insurance business that his brothers are in their's, he is without a question the head of a live concern, and will soon be heard from. We are pleased to learn that the Lee memorial association, for the erection of a monument to General R. E. Lee, at Lexington, Virginia, are so fortunate as to secure the valuable services of Mr. G. W. Clark as the principal agent for the sale of the splendid full-size steel engraving of General R. E. Lee, at Memphis and adjacent country. THEProfessional card of J. C. Mac cabe, Esq., counsellor-at-law, appears iu another column. Captain Maccabe will be found in the Planters' insurance building, 41 Madison street, room 36. He is a tireless working man, a thorough master of his profession, an earnest, elo quent advocate, and of unsullied per sonal and professional fame. The attorney's card of Colonel John S. Kerr adorns the pages of the Appeal. He won eminence among our lawgivers during the late session of our legislature, and in the conduct of professional busi ness is characterized by the same ardent zeal, honesty and fixedness of purpose, that distinguished him iu the general assembly, of which he was a most act- ve, useful and distinguished member. '. ki k SswiTtr of Rinlpv. Mississinrji. - - - - - - - - - - , z tj j . , ' has been a subscriber to the Appeal for twentv-nine vears. He is tuty-nve years old, and has eighty-five children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. People never die in Tishomingo. Of his own children there are twenty-tnree, grandchildren tifty-five.and great-grand children seven. He ascribes his good luck iulife to the fact that the Appeal is always about the house. Major E. A. Cole, the popular clerk and master of the first chancery court, returned yesterday moruiug from a short trip to Hot Springs, Arkan sas, where he spent a very pleasant time, and comes back to the duties of his office with renewed health and strength. He considers Hot Springs the arreatest Dlsce in the south, and says that some f the cures he witnessed by tne use ol tne neaitn-giviug waters during his sojourn were really wonder ful. Judc.e George Dixon has subdivided his home place into forty lots, fifty feet front and one hundred and fifty feet deep, which he will ofler at moderate rates. He also wishes to dispose of his residence on Walnut street, with two acres attached, and also several lots fronting the river, west of the Gayoso house. Anyone wishing to invest iu real estate should call at his office, No. 373 Main street, Jackson block, over Sledge, McKay & Co.'s. Pieaie or the St. George Society- The St. George society will have a pic nic "the twenty-fourth of May, she queen B birthday.' ine members oi . Davemen. whicU veryi very closely re this society render uiemseiyes agreeaoie , WaH ... nersons exatui;.. Visitors to Court square, on passing n and out at the Main street gate, within the past two days, have had their atten tion sllftiisjil bv neatlv laid piece of t Ul . , 1 1 i n it rynrsinri. UTQ TTI 1 1 1 - and attentive to persons attending their fa , , cIo8ey, and several picnics, for which we bespeak a liberal , , 7lied their kllive3 ou it but they promptly desisted when they found the edge of the blades turned, 'lhen tne question arose, "What new kind of pavement is this: anu me ltituaieu quickly responded, "Lemon's Concrete Stone," which has just been introduced, and is calculated to take the place of all brick and plank sidewalks. It is im pervious to water, to frost, and the ele ments generally. It has another great advantage, that when laid in front of any wholesale or retail establisment, oanking house or insurance office, any letters can be embossed on the stone be fore it becomes hardened. As an in stance of what the most practical and intelligent chemists in the city thinks of this new stone, it may be mentioned that Prof. Hoerner has indorsed it by having it laid in front of his drug-store, corner of Beale and Second streets. H. patronage Typographical luion IMenlc. Tuesday week, May 2oth, the Typo graphical Union will give its aunual pic nic at James's Park. The picnic yesterdav from a visit to Cinciu- i given under tne auspices oi tue umou ! last season was noted for its pleasant character aud the agreeable mauner in which it was conducted by the polite and attentive managers. Italian Flcnle. The fourth annual pieuic of the Ital ian socity at James's park, next Wed nesday, the fourteenth, proinises to be one of the largest and most brilliant ever enjoyed by our citizens. We are assured that the programme will be the best ever offered by the society, whose members have in the last four years con ducted unusually pleasant entertain ments for the public. Festival of tbe Congregational t'h-rch. The festival of the Congregational church on the evenings of Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at Rocco hall, will be conducted in grand style. The ladies have doue their best to have the tables spread with delicacies and food more sulistautial. The object of the festival being a charitable one, deserves a liberal encouragement, which we trust will be given. Blacksmiths' Ficnlc. Next Monday there will be a grand attendance at James's park, that be ing the day for the machinists' and blacksmiths' picnic. Every effort is be ing used to render the day complete in its attractive pleasures and various fea tures of a novel character will enter into the programme. A tine silk hat will be awarded the best quoit pitcher, aud a meerschaum pipe to the blind folded victor in a wheelbarrow race. Tickets of admission only fifty cents for gentlemen, ladies all being admitted free of charge. Mr. James Kir-land's Benefit. The grand complimentary benefit to Mr. James Kirkland, who officiated so efficiently as director of the sacred opera of Esther, at the several per formances at tne Aiempnis meaier, a short time ago, will come off at the the ater on Friday evening next, and prom ises to be even more brilliant than any of the previous presentations of the can tata. The rehearsals are beiug carried on with great vigor, and all those who par ticipated in the previous performances will again appear on the stage ou Fri day night. The benefit is certaiu to be a bumper. The Hibernian Mutual Keller Society Flcnle. The lovers of fun and pleasure will be giad to know that the grand annual pic nic of the Hibernian Mutual Relief so siety will take place at James's park on the twenty-seventh instant. Ihis pic nic will be one of the largest and best conducted of the season. It is not ne assaam to tell those who have been at their previous picnics that the members of this numerous society feel it a pleas ure as well as a duty to make all those who attend their picnics as happy and merry as themselves. et an wno wisu to enjoy a day of rest and pleasure go to James's park on the twenty-seventh and they will feel happy the whole summer through. The Hibernian pic- n c this vear will be grander and more enjoyable than the ienna exposition. yet the ticKets win oe oniy nity cents. and the ladies free. The Selden Irwin Combination, TheSelden Irwin combination opened at the theater, Monday evening last, in (hLT Triith Uotmn. The leading cnarac- ters were assumed by Mr. Selden Irwin, Mrs. Irwin and Mr. tiarry rvaintortn, who constitute the chief attractions in this troupe. Wednesday and Thursday evenings the serio-comie piece of Bouci cault, entitled Violet, or the Life of an Ac- treta, was given to smau out apprecia tive bouses. "Kahn & Freiberg, corner Main and Poplar, offer great bargains in Black Grenadines, Japanese Poplins, Law ns, Percales and White Goods. Ladies, before purchasing a new hat, call and see the styles and prices at - r t f ' I ) I ' irv limit I n -. Kinbroideries anil Tnrkists. full line, cheap, at ?! I lain Street. JEMMK I.. Tt HIS ENTERTAINMENT AT HEICKS, 34i ADAMS STREET. First appearance of the celebrated LA ROCHE FAMILY, Of New York, m theatrical, comical and ballet performances, with a full orchestra. Every eveuiug. Entrance free. LViAL 1TKSH, Attend Robertson'sEusinesaCollege. Armstronir's Photographic Gallery- No 211 Main street. Three faultless gem pictures for fifty cents. STEAMBOATS, FOR CINCINNATI. la, inn i i an. I w Orlcsss Packet o. For Cairo, Louisville and t. lncinnaii. Itouisvillc, Alex. Powers Leaves Monday. May l.tn. W. P. WALKER, harf boat. FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS. Memphis r.nd M. Louis Packet Company For Hicitman. Columbus, Cairo and -t. ! ". - St.-wiier JlUA, Blake mat terJ Leaves 4 ajve THl.-i DA V, My 11m, al o'clock pja. V Til A P. siutm, ires.n- FOR VICKSBURij. Memphis anil Hr. Louis Packet Cans pxac . is. jsan Liur. For Helena, Chicot. Greenville, Vice ana way tr.:.ni. steamer EMMA C. ELLlliTT, . J7 h Robert K. Riley ... . miir Leaves MONDAY, May lli. si p.tu. myll Al . - !' 'i'.M. Treasurer. FOR ARKANSAS RIVER. Memphis ansl Arkansas stiver Packet Co.- I'nlteai stales Mail Line. For Pine BlnfTand Little Rock andallpoin through to Fort smith, r-tr. I Ttli .. T. K. ' Leaves as ahove Tl ESUAi, FOR WHITE RIVER. Memphis and White River Packet Company, For Helena, Devali s bluff, Des Arc. "seare , Augusta, Jaclisouport, and all landings ou White and Little Red rivers. Steamer. t ITY OF Al'tll'ftTA I. D. Elliott, master Leav 1 WM. I p.:... nade L. Lanoe, manufacturer of hoop skirts. t Main street. . Hers i:rea Lemon is prepared to receive orders f I inducements to the trade of this city and all kinds at lol Union street. the south. The popularity of the hoop- skirts tuauufactured by M r. Lanjre attest the success of his efforts, and show tnat his work is superior in ijuality and fin ish to that made in eastern cities. FOR NEW ORLEANS. Dr. "THOMAS" is truuiii-: oW. an.l dm-, not desire lo be encumbered nllh so mnrh land, therefore has siibdii hied i tie home tract inlo convenient building lots, which he ha tnsirueied n posi tively to NELL, and as an inducement, in addition to reasonable prices, will ex tend the term of payment lo suit men ol small means. The Doctor has donated some very handsome around for a park, church and school lots, and his further I i be rill contribution will secure the ex tension of the Chelsea railway at an early date. DONOHO A Bl'LKI.EY. VJ Madison street, are the only ascitis for these lots. KLEIN', THE MASTER. The greatest master of the art of dress is Klein, of No. I" Jefferson street a splendid cutter, with a genuine eye to what is graceful and fashionable, 3uch as only a Frenchman possesses. He is the man to go to for masterly perfection in dress. "ESI HER. THE BEAUTIFUL CJUEEN," Returning!!! Friday night Kid Gloves, In beautiful colors. "Complimentary" Ties, Scarfs, Fans, Ruches, etc,, etc. HEIiZCKi BRO. POPLINS ! POPLINS I ! A large assortment of striped, figured and brocade Poplins, at TAYLOR, JOY A CO.'S. PICNIC HATS, FIFTY CENTS, AT LEUBRIE S full lines Piques and I it; Brilliants, i. n l SB Mi Main Slrcel, Jl SSI I.. ATCHISON. EMBROIDEltlEsY ' 'EMBROIDERIES ! at a GREAT REDUCTION this week at B. LOWENSTEIN & BROS. Embroideries, In Choice Patterns, At 15c worth 25c. At 25c worth 40c, At 40c worth 60c. Etc., etc., etc., at IS. LOWENSTEIN A BROS. Memphis Steam Dying and Cleaning establishment, 61 Madison street. New spring and summer sty les at FRANCISCO A WIUOINS. THEtrreat demand for jointlees skirts, both square and round, demonstrates that the beam monde consider hoopakirta vrv faahiouable. There is out oue where ladies find their suit able size, and that is the Southern Hoop- skirt and Corset manufactory, .aiu street. All skirt" and bustles are stain pen Panic! Panic! Sash and Trimming Ribbons, cheaper than any other house. Kahn & Freiberg, corner Maiu and Poplar. Ladies, compare prices and buy your hats at leubhie's. Piemfert & Co., at No. 13 West Court street, have received a large stock of the celebrated Letup's St. Louis lager beer, which, in delicious flavor and genial quality, has no superior. Tnis beer has purity, strength, and as a bever age is meeting with unprecedented popu larity by all lovers of the great national drink of Germany. The careful process of its brewimr. and the high repute in which it is held by all connoiseurs of this beverage, commend it to the atten tion of those who wish to drink good lager. In passing along Second street, we stopped in at Mr. William Lunn's large eas-fittiuii and plumbine establishment, No. 233 Second street, near Jefferson, and had the nloaaure of examinlncr all Friday and Saturday even- ,n. iotMt imnmvement in the water line. ings Miriam's Crime was produced, and . purchased especially for the Holly sys vesterdav afternoon (Mr Irish Cousin nf water-work, bv Mr. Lunn. dis appeared again at a matinee, which Was ing hig recent trip east, and we were well attended. The Selden Irwin com- , surprjsei at the large stock, one item l,!...iii..ii haa mnmliN . . r H TI h wtrifiTl 1 f l iwo ( I - UlliatlUL 1 A4M3 lUCUIOIJ -r "UV uawva -sr talent, and the cast of the com pany for every play given has Oeen juuicious anu most appropi iaie. The talent in this company would readily sustain plays of a heavier char acter than have been presented here, while the bleak parts of those acted might suggest the production of others more thrilling. Owing to the want of proper "shifts," the scenic effect is not so great or varied as desired. More at tention might be given the enirarcs and e.rif, so as to conform with the ideas of supposed locality of persons and the structure of rooms as seen on the stage. The Selden Irwin combination deserves a brilliant career, and doubtless will achieve a merited patronage. 11 LASS, SALT AXD NAILS Messers. Becker, Radford & Co., commission merchants, have opened a warehouse at 16 and IS Union street, next door to the Appeal office, where, as the agents of the best Pittsburg houses, they keep on hand a large as sortment of window glasses ..f all des criptions from the commonest kind used iu cabing to the finest plate for palatial residences or elegant offices and stores. Also nails of all sizes from the famous River-side Iron Works; and salt from the West Virginia works. The necessity for just such a house as this has long been felt, and we believe we do not understate the possibilities when we say that it is destined to become one of the best paying establishments in the ciLy. The several articles of glass, salt and nails are sold by wholesale only, and dealers will find it to their interest to buy here. We have knowu Mr. Becker and Mr. lUdford for some time, and have pleasure iu indorsing them as worthy the esteem and confi dence of the mercantile public. 2000 pieces of Marseilles and silk trim mings, 25c., 3oc., 50c. Kahn A Frei berg, corner Main and Poplar. THE MONITOR ANU CHA-PIO. The "Monitor" and "Champion" stoves now offered to the public by H. Wetter & Co., Nos. 13 and 15 Monroe street, combine many superior qualities and desirable improvements. Much study has been given ihe improvements sought for stoves within the last few years, and no higher ail vantages can be had for any pattern than are r.os6essed by the "Monitor" and "Champion." Economy of fuel, convenience of ur rangement and equality of distributing heat are among the advantages to be found in the "Monitor" and"Champiou" stoves. Messrs. Wetter Co., from their long experience in the business, have the agency tor which in this city will secure their popularity so sojn as their merits become known. Messrs. Mcrray & Ridoeley, the well-kuowu fashionable merchant tai lors, have just removed to the new and commodious building (erected on the site of their old location) 31 Madison street, where they are displaying a mag nificent stock of French, English and Scotch piece goods of their own importa tion. Gentlemen desiring clothing made to order should call at once. Have you seen those beautiful summer hats at FRANCISCO a wtgoins. Pull line White Uoods. in sreat varie ties, at low prices, at Main Hlreet. JESSE L. ATCHISOA. Louisville and New Orleans Packet Coninsuy FOR NEW UKLEANS AU i lis. Mary Houston Charles Miller.... master Elliott Miller. Leaves MONDAY, May li.th. at Apply to R. W. LiliHTBCR myll X'. ii FOR PINE BLUFF. MEMPHIS AND PINE BLUE For Pine E luff, and all inter tugs on Mi'sbaippi and Artn The splendid passenge. s J. JE. Kii nk hi, John Fenwi.-k Leaves EVERY FRIDAY, at Freight received for her at foe S. B. MILLER, Agent. N ... - I my7 opposite i ST ind- 'clock pan. Jefferson -'. FOR ST. FAANCIS RIVER. Xl.l,i LIU 1 1" EN DAY PACKET Par all flay Landing on the Mississippi io Helena. L Auxutlle, to Mariana. mmt L Francis River lo Wtttobars- - s.gMsr. Ht, Iraneis, Iowcian Mwei i Sam Pain Clera Will leave Menipnls as above EVtiY TL il DAY , at 3 o'clock pan. For freicnl ur passage apply on hoard. ' .Id FOR FRIAR'S POINT AND BENDS Memphis Helena and Friar's Point Lin--'. Steamer PHIL i, . 1 " James Lee Msilin mJHSMKC Leaves ilem?h MONDAY. WrJiiNESf.v Y and FRIDAY, at & o'clock p.m aud Friar's Point every Tnasday, Thursday and Saturday, at N o'clock a m. Frtrerssespync-c For Fulton and Intermediate Landiu tr. n-iuiK roresl, T. P. Sexton master. B WtU make tri-w eekly trips Mondays, vVedu i days and Fridays, leaving at 5 o'clock pan. For rrslebt rr nsasaee apptv on ,.-. CHI K LIME. BE! PHIS AD VlCkSBURtr PIT CO. Far Helena. Friars Point. Napoleon, and the Mends. UNITED STATES MAIL TO NAPOLEON. Sir. A. J. White. i R. i heek ...master. and FRIDAY'S at S p.m . age apply on hoard or to io. W . CHEEK. Snp't. No . - . . Leaves 1 1 E.si For freight oi feiti FOR ARKANSAS RIVER. ra Arkai DAY a2i la and Arkansas Ki Cmp.-iny t . s. Mall Li ver Ps- JOHN N. HARBIN, Agetit, Office on W a -fi oat, foot Co-jrt st. FOR WHITE RIVER. alone beine ItXJ.lXX) feet of water-pipe, beside cocks, valves, etc., enough to fit the whole of it up in working order. We advise our friends contemplating water improvements to call and see Mr. Lunn's large stock, as he is cheaper than the cheapest. PIQUES! Special attention called to striped, fig ured, white and crepe Pioues, at TAYLOR, JOY A Cu.'s. Pearl dress cassimeres and new patent ventilators for the hot weather at Peabody bat store. Straw gocds for men and boys in endless variety at Peabody hat store. The cheapest and best Steam Dyeino and Cleaning House in the city is at 246 Second street, Hunt & Hanson's old stand. HANSON a walker. HATS TRIMMED TO OitDEK. at leubrie's. Kid Gloves in lance varieties and beau tiful Shades, at 221 Main Street, JESSE L. ATCHISON. Lance line Ladles' and Children's Cot ton Hosiery very law. at SS4 Main Street. JESSE L. ATCHISON. RtfciULAB INDEPENDENT WHI1L R1YER PACKET. For Jackaonport and all Waj Laadiozs. The Sew and Elegant Passenger Steamer PAT CLEUUKN.;, aauroRD. .Master D. P. Davis Cle. W ILL LEAVE Ererr Tuesday, at a o'clock .rj. For freight or passage apply on 1'mc.ur r and Memphis Packet Company's Wharf bout foot of Court street Wharf hoot every day, Sui myll W P. Use Rumford Yeast Powders, are the cheapest made. They Wagoener, 317J Main street, has the tiuest merchant-tailoring establishment iu the city; the largest assortment of goods fresh from the hands of the importer. DRESS ttUODS ! Use Rumford Yeast Powders. All Memphis Steam Dying and Cleaning grocers sell them. establishment, 61 Madison street. Economy For gentlemen to send their spriugand summer clothing to be cleaned or dyed and repaired, to Hanson k , v.-. i i Walker, : econu street, for they -AV?r. wh'te S-"2 make aecialty of that kin of work A ' I 14 UtlM I'dll' IV , iil. it Suitings, at 312 Main Street. 8tout ladies can procure neatly tit ting corsets, both hand-made and wove, long or short, at the manufactory, 383 Main street. Vt J Court B. FAIRES CO Square Stables. Xules and Horses for sale. Go to Leddin's Business College. Read B. Lowensteiu advertisement to-day. & Bros.' new ICE CREAM. Ladies and gentlemen that wish to enjoy a delicious plate of ice cream or sherbet, would do well to go Barton's, corner of Fourth and Poplar streets. Nburil. ralgia. G. Instantaneous cure for neti W. Jones & Co. sell it. Use Rumford Yeast Powders, grocers sell them. AH Gentlemen who wish to dress ele gantly, and at the same time save money, ! tjiau should go at once to Waggeuer's, 317 j i J ,y Main street. He is doing a C. O. D. busi- Ea. uosb no bad debts; small profits. Joe Locks, 236 Main street, has a large assortment of stationery, looks and all the late monthlies, weeklies anil dailies. Public Printing. CEALEB PROPOSALS will be received at O the office of the Seeretary i State, at Nashville, unUl the 5th day of J unc, tieit. for the Public Printing ol the Stale nf leiine-i-ee , and on that day the contract will be awasasn to the lowest bidder therefor, under the law. v.. M,l IM Im. wni,.r,.l :.t 11 llllltier nrii'e now allowed, under tne provi-,, ,-. .,. e as modi fled by an act passed Decern- ANTHONY HOUSE. LINDLEY ft WHIPPS, PROPRIETORS. LITTLE ROCK, ME. ar This Hotel is newly furnished throughout. The table will be found inferior to none in ti e Eastern cities. Persons visiting Little Rock can have their baggage checked to the AN THONY, on application to the ter on train. f We employ no runners. my9- Stockholders Meetiiie,. OFrlCKSkLXA.MARIOS-MEXPHrS R.R.I o. MExrms. Ts , April , lsr;. i A SPECIAL meeting of the Stockholders of this Company is lierev called to convene at the office of the Company, in the city .it Memphis, Tenn., on l..!l,l.,r sliall Sin with ll 1- bill A UpeC t men Dace of letter-cress such ss be proposes I to employ in executing the public worn. April 22, 1STS. CHAS. N. OIBB8, Secretary of state, WM. MOB OW, Treasurer, W. W. HOBBS, Comptroller, Coainualon(-5" Kuaua f-intlna; aplftfr May 15. 1873. A full attendance is desired, as business a4 peal lmpottauce will ceme before tnseonveu UoS - .. N. B. FORREST, President. H.D. Bi LJCLKY. Secretary. my 1 ON THE BREAKFAST. LUNCHON, DIN NEK AND siCPPER TAB E, lea ruuisr w Us INDH JOHN IKJMCAN SOMA Sew York, Aetata for the United states.