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mi wi m wni a r? 3STABLISRED 1840. MEMPHIS, TENIST., SimDAY, MAECH 19, 1876, - Jfc , VOX 36, NO 69 CliOMXG KATES leworaqy ty oofton crui oofci.- JVcw Icr, ooUow, 12i-; MSnphis, Hi a. AW i-rk,9--Aat lUf; Memphis, HEj -nr jMhmiw ami OMo vaty, dear or?if tV Mtf.Wa winds, and during Sinioif aflornoon riling (emBera'mrs end tUmig fat'ing biromtler. CDiiHEiNl' ITJSHS. ItVy will le) to the exposition two LunJr.d piwejifatiurysnil hundreds CoociMioiM gnated hy the Ccntannlil rv 1 oritiea, leetudiag tuo probaiilo roy tl.iw, th Philadelphia 2?orth American r-j. win jkmi over ODfc million dol K u hbftirti'tenaltUerofcjndo. . -hco "J!Ni ums UMtb of Djak. Kw. axve "h- trlii r pore toal; hia wife wai .fJ- w nui.ry :h now a wldotr: i r-'4oa xa ocphtn." 0 lu UbVnth c f Juno In each year -K- II .libiUilt.l of O.v ti'ul j oua girt into Ilia sea In honor of x tniM. ay if tfei tafeaa out, crowned end wnrblp4 il the day as a queen or T forrna.loo has been received from j . o Q9 J uwiro smtosncing that the t mtnt-r untt fert there torard the cl of IVbruny with about on thou- i.s u pasnag't for the L'-r t-nulsl oxhl t u .u. JWj RlfMMtr i due at Nov York o j the iimth or Iwenttetli Instant. I o.Mt wiVi hsva a f pedal, vivid, .u . U.J 1 - - v1.-vr, i rnui, Dxanung lovollnea?, vd? exact, di?tit)eUon tV.ir hmbi eLd features that are all their yo cannot call tbem fragile, but tl.y are rf flue i fibre and no delicate R r iforiog that they only juat oicans t'Jit apprehension. Tn Tortug-jtae government Iim asked tLe cortM for the turn of thhty-threo t .ca-acd do)! v. In irJer to render the 1 rt JgBiipiiy at the Centennial ex h.bluon as attractive and complete as air"9-:W. This j-uta in Intended for t vi s. ctlona Ju particular, the agricul- new tf peetting maehki cotta five x. u-Hi coiiar anii seta ten thousand caii per uay. llie tojnectUB of the Ui.--?. howtvtr, fKiecU to stale ci i tv-hoK hhi got fourteen xx?" je oi'wrcetMm cf a Btsamboat for uxuibitlju hv llie Cinttnuial has been hiun nt tle On ten u a' works, New a rs. x. wm im iu y ieet long acd ten ij . id, with iron frame eheaihed with w v u. it will mwt about twenty thou nnjd Ujtiarr, ad li expected to ba a irDjeiot btaut-, symmetry and speed TheFreueh Centennial commislonpr. r eral, M. DuSommerard, has Inlorm- .u i-rs m: uenerai uosnorn, by cable, i- ojr lfi-gj transatlantic ateamos vvii fuo'ityUB tent direct to Philadel p - a, liricging tbc commisiloners, eugl z - ra. bontructois. all the fine art mllnn. CJjp, national manufactures and private At oaoh entrance ta tho Centennial cspsit-on grounds there will be an au- t .u.3 Krrargement to register the tiz.ly lumterof vlsitora. The man- :3 es imat that at tho lowest fifty Ui aacd people will visit tne exhibMon evrvdsy. Ihia would yield fourmii I o ' livanondred thousand dollars. The cx i jsw will ba nearly two millions. TocbWof the agricultural depart Tntut of the Centennial exhibition an. xo u c.-e that ail the 4ioe in the build ing ha been takstr, aud that no more cs b grauted. The catalosua of the o .jIIiiLj in the horticultural hall is in th? ;snds at Uie printer, biiug over two moaths rtrft of thb diy ot opening a U'.ag unparalleled in the matter of in tcra.i )nl.,. cxhib tijns. Ia view of the recent Bhor iu Kcn try, he New York Evening Pott con temp afta the p s$i jiiiiy or soon having t priit mvu i b weather announce- K??," Jb': "1''jr Ne,T "glacd, the rd .le rjtates, a lower lake realon, ; K orjme;f, irorcadng cloudiness, vvil'i Deefoteaks cbaijgijg to mutton c -.ojs in the northern part of these re S't?w daring the night." xi. wiittr In the Iraolilioncr f r Ftb rtary civ stvtrsl imtances to show t at al ohul dcK-H not awist tha vital f '-,ei ta re-let exDntum to cn'.A t.. Qi new, iu one ol li s eesayp, notices the ea. f ct as a rewitt of pronal ob?er Tikion. Alcohol ateorba tbo rooiiture In the body, having a powerful tfiinity icr, uu ins lnutvuiar nyetem, by bcirg made more homogeneoo i, ia more Ci: Jy alfected by frcst. The Free Press tells n strange etory oi ailirg rear AVaihington Court-House, wj!o, wnoio uaugLter Julia lejt her a .m; am mamea a eclored man. Mrc. JU'lJjna!ii after a long search dissovered the Ir fitaatud y ung woman living in a ;ii"-'u m xeirou, nor nusoacu be irg a tnucuiar, coai-fclack necro. No a-nu.ju oi entrcty ocuid ptrsuado he tjleivoherdueky choice. F 3metime s a brot her-in-law ia a han dv r.eco of fortfitmo to havo iu the honn M'Cfirtee, fr a lung time in charge cf ii0 i.ci.y pnuung-oure&u, la salu to jiavu reniizw me oeueuts ot brotber-in' lawry i i a verv rwiw-tiiio ,ionr Upon a cfn tract for 'ieing note-paper, 1l C'v'a hrottifr-In liw has cleared a c : r r .lit of &evfc:.iy-tive thousand dol-1-8 aye-, t,nd Ij ibis very neat thing ije repans Hiy M'Cirtto himeelf has "tui1 psrtiKr. On the Nonl railway, in France, row syttem oi ALnger warnicg has dc a inirouuoexr, conisting cf sixty sie ra --taUon aljug the line to indicite oarer waen there la auy, in connec t.j-3 w.th which thirty-eiKbt locomo- i vc3 nave bee j supplied with the oleo t '-, autonsatic whistle. Tbis !s so ar iasm that whpu, day or night, the IjCLffioltve rtsshes a signal which flf J, "Hanger," that mjment the y, iui.e on tne engine eouno's. A French msnev-Ian'lAr iimiiin t t j Bvon Ro hhll.l that a ncbleman 10 wi.ju tie na4 loaned ten thouianu f.a csiairoaeoffaodleftuoackuowl- cugineuui the tftbt. "Write him and a & mm to nana yen Immedirtely the b v( i ty ;inu;ana fratjcs he owes you," t ie wily banker. "Bat he only .. .3 .-3 a luuuB-tuu irancs," saui tne r.j-ey-lemlsr. "Precisely," reialned t.- aron; "and he will write and ttll j uf.i, aud you will thua gtt his ac Jx: owltdgmat." A R&euaa IHter rta oi that purer Ann cf t""e Tu.kw'a army lately m ohargo of tj.o h SiiiuU at Oabeila etttmates the si lame m He;z?govlna during te I&urrcction lo bve been not lets t'an thirty-ave thousand men. A 1" o i roparthHi of tUe d'a'Jia KnulUd ftvm mUadie', the gravity of which is i r a-i:.. The exbaueUon of funds i' r -"3 tha no aKent'oa la paid to requi s f ir the BMt isien'fsl articles, a. J ' vf-jx for medlcins. Tee sick die c-l- flj :rn th lack of proper emte- W.l ana and Mry eoliege, Virginia, Tj cgiin behr co igns a a claimant f t q it s-Ki KuWawl by tbe f'-a. Th's c - o was fnu'itd in 1692, in tne rign cl '.V 1 i-.ui a:d Mary, who graotd it a d-rs.L i ol iwtnty thousand acres of 1- J. Iiis'i'c.'ed Vi!! jam burg, the i-i -ziz V. o' i,ovroment tr Virglnij, 11 ty dftht Mtttt ttlw Rfehtuood, be Ur m titeYork afxl Jaiaee. Mauy of t o . UuiamtUmK aad reWfera ot V :j. i.h, oi lb levokKloMey M wrfl m I o Jits, haw h e etfwettted at this 1'. or. l ijtrnoe of Mr Movdy'a rk f -: a i h vps a k a'ched fr :i A vies a a Iratd ;riui the Imrn fr , crd wiiotavtd r.pe hutuirfd do?!ar. d- ii ? iue firt year of hia reformation, v::..-h Le ikpoaited in th Third Avenue co. .ig Lank, wi 1 nprat6 pu the average lun .f dtuokanis rather m a w-n ng than as an invittlou. It will I c;c t to tueir imaeiMttona a vivid ir:ig3 cf the nuiuber of eye opening dr.rEa which might h.ve bten bought w. h tha mouey which after al' went to swell the thievtfeh panes of a Dirling aal a Green. If the preaehet'a design was to bring diuokarda to repentance or re'- rmatitHi, the last part of the reseaed 1 1 b-Iatfc'a BtaUeat ibeuki have been B - i reused, or sather eaviMg liaak fct. E'uted. New York Wrld. ., v r nfe whisky, put on a VjI' grefuUy, and call out over the WASHINGTON. TheKccnsant lTltnea?3Inst Slay in Trls on until lie Parses Himself of Contempt Necessary Ex penditures, In Old Case Against Secretary Ilrlstoir 3Iarsh to Return upon liis Be In s Pardoned by llio Prcs ident. WASHixaTOS, March 18. TbeWw mittee on expenditures iu the war de, pariment nai a prtvato tewlon to day, bntexsmined no wltneaiei. They ex- iveCkionave Dure tnem i.oncay J&v, Bonnifon, of Paildelphi4, . -tfg;thsr BSPNDITOBE3 OF THS TBEA6URY DE PAKTilEJCT. WAsniNQTON, March "l&.-Ji'ie houss ommittce on expenditures in the treas ury department will comments thia af ttrjooa ancixtnnelva n&mlimtlnn Intn ho expenditures of that ueDartmsnt and particularly as to those concerning the printing curcau. Numerous wit nefBes have hjen summoned, including Secretary Bristow, who will ba exam ined to-dy. The coram ittte Iiave re Bolved that thir BtSjion shall bo secret AN Ot-S CASE AGAIK6T SECRETABY BBISTOW. Washikoton. March 18 T.ml cnargea ana msinuaiions rontslncd in a letter dated at IjouIsvHIb, and printed in a New York tanr th.'s mnrnin, Bwretary ljrlstow, some years ago', nar ticlpated in collecting a fraudulent mule oiaim ana iook nut or the pDcteds, la rptritlnr iirsCUce of bid Drofe-sinn nf & wo he held no pujlio offlje, and me court aljudgd it to boa ust claim, Judge Urtte dlctlhg on legal grounds alone and Sot because fraud was anywhere uuargw. xue ciaim waa paid by tho trea&ury upon the order of the court. Secretary Bristow .did not labb half or anywhere neer onchalf of the claim, but wa paid, the usual fee lu such cases, lla had nothing whatever to do with the rise in any of its stares hpforA the department or in its preparation, but i-ficr lae proofs were taken he arranged tue wa aim arguou n teiore tne court. MARSH WILL RETURN. WASniNQTON, March 18 Tho attor ney general thia afternoon Jec'elved a telegram irom tne Person who Js nego tiating with Martb. which also dteirea immunity for hia wife as a couunion ot nn return. This will a'si be grantwl. Tho agent Is now In New York. Yesterday evening the President received a conitnuincetion from fho juliciary commitiba of the house of us&iug mai pioceeuingsl uc imm tu bcuuiu me return to wash ington of the witness Marsh, now in ftnn-.l. m. t Kill, m ' - - v.a.juim. i ma icucr wa? reieired to the President 1V tha attornev-pfinfirAr nhn eteps had already been taken to secure uio t'uiuiuiiLea mai nrnner tho attendance befora the committee of mis wunesp. and that Llresilv an ivan of the derailment wni in Montreal with thia object in view. Late last n:ght the altoruey-cenoml received a tri from his agent, annonbing that he had been in confercnte with Marsh and that me iaiwr was pewectly williig to return , ""UHiuiiu Kuuir"iee that he would te safe from embarrass- ujonie, anu icr; rust he deUred was the lBll5inrt C fill nn-ilnn C mktAl. I hO WOVJlu immpiH(f.lv mmo J conrerenco with the .President thia was n.t J, r i"rM, aila Atornoy-tanerai ..Di.Wuv niegrapuea ro inai enect to the ienrssenlauvfi or hia rtimrtmont The pardoa will be ready for him to take u 2itrin eany next weeR. The govern ment officer will leave Monlroil to-day for the purposo of oUaia'nc It. and will return at once with it to Marsh, who win, uu iu receipt, proceed miner with' out any del iy wba'ever. Tne attorney. general was with the judiciary commit ?eo to-day and stated this fast to its member. KILBOUKKB MUST STAY IN PRISON, WAsniNaroN, March 18. When aaiietiitihourne, the recusant witness, yetieraay eddressed a letter to thfi speaker of the ho"d?e, reminding him of uia Hiuy unuer tne one hundred and lourtu section oi tho revised statutes, tbe eWntAW Vin1 I A I i.ttCi uwi aiicau.y prei H'eu me cer-1 tificato leouiieJ. and it waa at that time rerdy to be sent to the district-attorney. Kllbourne msde a damand that the ,uu xc4uneu ua given uy me tpasaer, so mat ne might erg?y tbo right 10 a spEooy anu puuuc trial, but accord- Inn In tln 1.1.. .-..I... I . 1 , I 'us luiuipicauuu oi me uw Dy tho i.ir.n'r.. on.f I. fr. I ,1. . I tificate does not release Kilbourne from prison. Th's must be done by the house, it being held that apart from such cer- iincation, the house has a right to pun- ior contempt. I?X;itSOXAE: Bobut Dale Owen hss partially re covered his health, and ia about to sail for iuropo on a pleasure trip. Mr. Jamea P. Voorbcc?. son of Hon. Dan Voorbeep, of Indiana, haa made an oagagemeut to piay witu a stock com pany in St. Louia during all ol next season. Mlea Kate Field anneared at a theatri cal fancy-dro3a ball in .London aa "The American Yacht Club." She prob3bly showed "a clean pair of heels" to the tiriiiahera. Sir George Elliott, who nurohaaad the i-gypuan railways tor Jioellah canltal- iaw, was once a pu-Doy in tuo mines. He ia now the largest coal proprietor in the world and a mnmbar of parliament. Mrs. HeiBchel V. Johnson. Jr.. died in G iorgia ltt week, within lew than one year or ner marna;e. Yltbin a com piratively short period no leas than tweny-two of her near kinsmen have also died. Tno Dako of Nemoure, writes a Ger man correspondent from Paiis. bears such a strikinc resemblance to ETnrv lv mat one might suppose the picture uy ituoena in tne caiiery or the .Louvre to ua tne uuBe's poitralt. The emperor and omnresa of Brazil win leave itiouo Janeiro on the twenty sixth of Maich, reaching New Yerk aoout tue end ot April. The emperor uas repeaieu mat ne wished to travel lik- a private gentleman, avoiding all public marks at respect. Dr. hiewman spoke, in a recent ser mou, or "the sad funeral procession" which rcllowed Abel to the grave. An Irreverent woman in the audience nu iced her companion and whlenered 1 1 i. i ixai eucq a largo procession, but very eeieci. xoao uui me iirst ramiiiei." The vemribleDr. Pnsev has relatfd in a latter to the Times the history of an "intrigue with Rjme," in which he iooe a prominent part. This waa not the "Intrigue," which wa9 nipped in the uuu oy iib premature disclosure a lew v. otks eg), but it was something like it. lacount Mandoville. the eldest son ana heir o" the duse of Mancheter, la engaged to be marrieI to Mha Yznaca. or.e of the belles of New York. Viscount Mauueville id a young man of twentv- wo or tweuty-three. and has for nm- tlmo been well known in New York rattuonable sooletv. General Loranzo Ltorre, who haa be- ooeae p-eshlont, or ratocr dictator, of Uruguay, had been minister of war since the ovenhrow of the L. lauri eovern meLt In January, 1875 He cornea into power under more favorable circumstan ces than hia predecessor, hia own ct uq try and the ncighbcr.ng ra'iona i eing all ictint on maintaining pcacr. Mrs. Liura Carter HoIIowav. former ly cf Nashville, who waa during Presi dent Johnson's term, a member of I1I3 family at the White House, and who haa been during later yeara a member of the Eigle editorial i-tafl; propoaea to deliver a lecture at the actdemy of mafiic, on the twenty-lirat instant. The title of Mre. Hollowav'a lectuto is: "An Cl 1 Grudge a New Fuss." It waa worth the price of a box at the opera to i-ee Mile. Titiena dispense her autograph at the Pgpyiua club, Satur day evening. No ecouer had one person iujuuu;u uy iuo e:io;aiy to ua wholly false. He did argue tho case referred to, itnoro me cjuh cr cialma in tlm asked her to affix her name to Ilia bUl of rare than the affable pritna donna was surrounded by a whole btvy of ladles anu genuemen eagerly beseeching ft similar favor. ISie. Titlena made the euppjy eqUii o tho demand, . SCb. E. D GUIplo, of Philadtlphia, oelivcrpd an InterflHntf littn-o nn nn. ttsan work in the Centennial building at oieinway nau, new York, last 'ridnyi In response to inquiries, after thi Ietf- ture, she said that a woman invented ino celebrated M'Cormlck reaper, and another woman the bell-punch now used on the street-cars, tut the Inventors were too poor to obtaiu patents These fiutements aro Imoortant. if trnb. M. Berresford liope, M. who sOll holrla tha residue of the fund collected in England for the statue of Stonewall Jackson, hasrequeited Governor Kern- fer. of Virginia, to des'gpato what uje t shall be put to. The eum Eropunlf!, to about twelve hundred dollsff, and the governor will advise that It be Ihveitsd and the income be appropriated annnal ly to the presentation of a gold medal to the best scholar in each cltsj of tbo Vir ginia military institele. A cablegram anneuacea the.death ol Right Rev. Boosrt Milman, D D., bish op of Calcutta. Dr. Milman was Iorg one of the most prominetl divines of the Church of England, and was well known in literary cirolea as the author of tho i'Te of Tasso. Tlte Wau Through the Desert or the Qxravar.. and otuer works, dewredly giving him a hich ranb. Ke alEO wrote a number cf religious works of considerable merit. Me wag asea sixty at the tlmo ol his aeatn. Walt Whitman rtcentlv said: Son of thb publishers pill iftke my writings. .sn wnen senu tnem a magazine ar iicia inty always sena it dice. 1 was telling a friend the other day that I was oeginntng to grow proud of rIwavs hftV imr mv wrilinca lfnt hieK. Mv nnW way Is t j priht the things myself or have incm pnntea in tne newspapers. Tc short articlea eometimea make good thlnga for the last colli an of tho editor ial page, to beset In Small type; but It uejBuus aoouc as mucn on tne pressure of olher matter as it does on the merit ot the article whether it gets Into newspaper or net. Earl Bns3 ill's recrrat nt thn lfrn nf h! son, jjora Amutsny, bas been increaaed oy tne directions or the deceased for tha education of hia children. Actlntr un der the adVice f tho late John Stuart Mill, liord Ambrriv dircclel that thev should not bo trained in the communion or any church, hia desire Using to leave noir minus unciassd as to religious doa mas. la order that this Dlan should uot ba upaat by hia dealh, he provided that tho children should net lis placed unuer inn .gnxruiansnip or their grand parents, it is Deiieveu that this will no be sanctioned by a court of law. It i3 a great grlet to the grandparents. Th9 MahErajih of Bllrdwan hih ex- presjed his VviSh tb plcffent a silver medal to each of the bovanf the (rnliath who eigna'l7 distinguished themselves on the occasion of the burninsr of that Vessel. 1 mftv." rhA nTslinrAiih ewn "nave been forestalled in this wish, but 1 iruas 155 j. may oe allowed to do s.im& iuiuk oi tue Kind. as. cominsr from in dia, it will prove to the boys that deeds I 1 . . . tneus nave not mareJy a local fam, but are marked ar.d nnnrAnlafp! hv tiioir inuw-ruu euia m ldb idoil iiMianr narm of her moj-sly'a empire." The Maha rajah incloses a drait to cover tho cost of the medals. "Moth&r Mera." diet! recettlv in Paris at the ago of ninety-3even year?, in the Rue St Denis, where sha had lied for fifty jeirs. She was the daughter of ma n.i a m n a tin invtnM.in. l guiuounea uunng tne relsrn of terror, and of Madame do la Motte Valola whose history ia told in the story of The s . -. . . ... 1. .. - I ....!.!- it - woman, took pity oa the fatherless child aud adopted her. Athtx death she left her a snnz fortune" and her. stall. "Mother Mara," tbomrhEftid to be haad some in her youth, was never married. one waa oi ronust nzure, was a creat lavonie wim tne marnet peopio, and oore a gaou cnaracier. Qaorga B. Bimia, lito nrivate secre tary to Gaorse Frunoia Train, haa in stituted suits for baok-pay azainet his late employer at Omaha. In the first suit, tried last week and won by Bemis, me piaiauu reined tuo manner in which Train at tile head of a commun ist mob captured the city cf Msraeilles, i i . . . . . i ' rjrrtuuo, 'ju ueiu H ior tnrea oaya. Vhen tho ImDerlal soldiers retook tha city, they halted in front of Train's holol, and tho ofliceis pointed the guns of tho soldiera at Train and hia private a --. ... secretary, uemta, on tho balcony, waving Frnih nnrl Amortoan fla-o Train never wavered, but wrapped the American flag around him, looked de- uance as mo tnreatening mob, and shouted: ' Sao it, you miserable cow ardi" The offleers did not shoot, but . I . ... ino emeuie waa bqueicheit. Mr. Henry Qravea. treasurer of tho fund for the erection of the Shakes peare memorial theater at Stratford- on-Avon, writes to Mr. John Brough am, under date of February 23d. sm follows: "The deafens aie thia dav pr. hlbited for the Stratford theater and gal lery. We have enough money to build the theater only, with bare walls; we now want money to put the ornaments to It. and build tho museum trallnrv. Wn have the land on Avon banfea Jookine to the church st the end of Shakes peare's garden, where he died It is lit Ua we ask the profits only of ono night, Apiil 2d, at every theater in theworld, and the whole will ba completed worthy cf Shakespeare. Amerioa is English, so far as the ureat poet ia concerned. Thev oay iney aumire mm; lei ins managera, uy giving a neiping nano, prove that they do so by acfc?. The American win dow is up (nearly completed)." The Datroit Free Press sava of Rev. Mr. Macdousali, the Indian missionary recently lost in a snow storm in the north: "It haa often been said that there was not an Indian who would harm Georie Macdougall not one, in fact, who would not die for him. His power over the aboriginal tribes ia instanced by tbo fact that he was employed by the Canadian government to treat with the Creea, Blackfeet and other tribes. To hia Inlluence, perhspa.more than to anv other man's, the government ia indebted ror tho peaceable condition of the Indian trite?. Tho hope Las been expressed In some quartera that he may yet be found, but there seems no probability of such a desirable event. Already the news of hi8 loss haa been corroborated by a tele gram received by Hon. Mr. Laird, the' minister of the interior. It ia probabla that ho has tean lost in the storm, and it is possible that his body may never be found. Accompanying the letter sent to Hon. Mr. Ferrler were two notea from Mr. Mncdousall. pivln" nn snnnnnf nf tho work of his mission at Morleyville. Mr. Macdougall was about sixtv Years of ajee, and baa one eon engaged as a missionary among the Blsckfeet." II03IE TELEGRAHS. Bnlelch, March 16: Tho Democratic State convention will be held here June 12th. Cincinnati, March 16: The Commer- wcl's special says that William R.Davis, the defaulting treasurer of Kansas City, who absconded last fall, was arrested at Chllicothe to-day. Columbus, Ohio, March 16: The last rail on the Scioto Valley railroad, be tween tbis city and Ciroleville, was laid. tn-uay, tnus completing one lias ol this Important enterprise. Omaha, Neb., March 16: Telesrams from the west state that si! tha trams on the mountain division of the Union Pa cific are abandoned on account of the snow bl jc&ade between Greon river acd Evanston. Chicaci. March 16: Georee P. Freia- inger, or liock Island, formerly proprie tor of tho Milan distillery, gave bail thia afternoon lor sixteen thousand dollars, eight thousand on each of the two in dictments fir ficuda while in that dis tillery. Boston, March 16: The New Emrlandlronsiiltatinn. ministers' temperance courerence had three seaalona yesletday in Bowden- If! ' . . J . - i squsra Baptisi church. One hundred clergymen, representing every State in New England, were in attendance. Rev. Dr. Mener delivered thp opening address on the physiological eiT?ct of ai cohoi. Other essava were n a l. fnl. lowed by dlscmslone. SrENCEK. A Mciwatfng, Blnilng and Radical Mi- uama Senator on lrial ror isn- bery and Corruption. A Stronp: Array of Evidence A Cnt Throat Barber of Morton's Per suasion to the Front. The Letters of "Our Friend Spencc" Prorc Too 3Iuch for Him A "Bad Lot" Ho is a "Bead Drieki' Washington, March 18. Tho asnate committee on privileges and elections this erenlnc contlnnet! its investigation rf ihe charges concerning Senator Spencer's election by the Alabama lcg ialature. Robert Bjrber. a clerk of the house of dcle-sralEO 61 theso cilted court hoti'o lcgisliluro, which eleoted Mr, Spencer, testified that tha latter promised to ha vo him appointed, mar-. anal wnen uenerai jieaievs term eiiohiu exphe'. Th.9 pr-omiSo waa made long alter he had began to labor ror Bneu- cer'a interests, and waa a voluntary offer The night befoie Speacer's elec tion wituosakett guira over two colored Ttr.iiV!lfftn mnmhont nnmht flirpnn and Mtlar, who wore feared to bo disaf fected, mid hot unlikely to go over to . t . I 1 T ' . , mo so-caiiea capnoi xjemocrauo legisla ture, and ureal: tho quorum at the court house. He staid at their boardinc bouse nil uiohtt-ftnd ih t!ia morning tOoli Ueni to Spencer's room at the hotel, where, in Spencer's presauce, he told them. that Sponcer had made up in mind to ttlve them an omoe. tjpen oer said )o oultln't thake a direct promise, but there was a route agency vacant in the wettern railway, and they should be provided ror. Question Was anything said about how they should vote? Answer There was no conversation on that HolnL They subsequently went tc tho courthouse anu voted ror uenerai Spencer, but they hrd been instructed to do this by tho conventions which nominated them. Witness had under stood that they bad been offered twenty fivo hundred dollars to abandon the courthouse legislature and go to the capitol. Witness was asked if Spencer gave him any coney to tlso for tho journey he took to iiowndea county. To this question iiX-Benator Carpen ter, counsel for Senator Spencer, object ed, taking the ground that no proot can be given before the Dommilte9 showing that any one had been bribed; tha bribery waa punishable by the State. The witness waa directed ny tno chair man t .-senator jiorton to answer tue question, and he did so by stating that Senator Spencer furnished one of the party tares hundred dollara for expenses. The reason they went there was to do- feat a man usmed Stanwood, who was an enemy of Spencsr'a. Moore, the col ored man who was elected in his pnee, win sl-io Intrusted to go into other coun ties and induce persons to run aa inde- pandent candidate?. The expsnaaa of ihe canvass were to be paid by Spencer, or the State committee, he forgot which ; remembers that Spencer told him to ko. A number of letters written by Spencer and Hinds in ramuon to tne omce men tion Were then identified by tho witness, and an offtr made to put them in as ev idence. J Mr. uarpenter enjected to tne letters arguing that no conspiracy haa aa yet been shown between Messrs. Spencer and Hinds Senator Morton said the committee had decided to allow tho letters to go in as evidence after reading them. Mr. Carpenter said he would make an- olher objection thakthe letters wore itc relevant. The first letter from Hinds to Barber, dated May 6, 1873, sots forth that he would take care of hlo friends fir.-t, and that "matters looked cheerful for all ex pecting appointments, and I think it in my power to put out xueaiey." The next letter waa similar iu respect, ad ding that ho would like to get the full name and address of every .Republican member of the legislature. He desired to sc-nd them some important docu ments, ec. Tne next letter inclosed a temporary appointment for Barber in the customhouse at Mobile, and telling him the Republicans were sure to carry the State, and that they were going to real ze a big role, I Mr. Carpenter again objected to the letterp. General Morgan svd he would show that the temporary appointment was given to Barber to support him until be received a better one, and that it was understood that ho wivs to render no ser vices to the government whatever. Senator Morion Baid that ror the pres ent the letters received would lay on the table, and If they were connected in any way they would he aumitteo. General Morgan fto tho witness"! Tell us whether you alter ward esked Senator Spencer for tho oixlca whica he prom Ised ycu. Mr. uarpanier to mat 1 oni cr. Senator Morton, alter argument, said the committee would allow the question to be asked. Question by Mr. Morgan After the election of Spencei did you ask him for marshaiabip or any other oince? Answer Yes. Mr. Spancer wrote mo that I should have it. I havo a letter from him ttating that I should have the marshalship. Witness produced the letters.! They were received by me a ear atter nis election, x nave triea to irget all about this matter, and I am here cgainet rr-y will. It is very un pleasant for me to give this testimony. and althoueh I was not ordered to bring the letters here. 1 have brought them ror the purpose ct sustaining my testimony and character, aa I understood that an attempt would be made to break them down. One of the letters from Spencer, dated November 24th, no year, read, saying: Heaieys time soon expires, anu you shrll have the place, and that the office would be worth live thousand dollars a year." The letter fcdds that in case the United States government had a war with Spain, Alabama will come in for a good snare or patronage, aa bo (Spen cer) ia on the military committeo ol the Berate and can tnua get many offices, also telling Barber that he could get him good place in tue army ir he wanted one. Senator Moiton said that, for the pres ent, thia letter would also lie on the table temporarily. Jix-fcenator carpenter objected to the letter going In at all. The witneea said ho ws appointed aa inspector of customs nt Mobile, at a sal ary of two dollars and litty cents per days; although ho never applied lor it he thinks that Senator Spencer got the appointment for him; nover went to Mobile and never rendered any service. but drew his pay; held the position for three months. The witness having mentioned a ru mor ho had heard "lhat the Democrats offered n member named Jones five hun dred dollars to leave the Statehouaa legislature and break lla quorum," waa asked whether Spencer did" not give Jones money to remain. In reply he stated that in preeonce of Spencer he once proposed that It would be well to offer Jonea twenty-five hundred dollars, or anything eke, to prevent hia going, but Spsuccr did not consent to any such proposition. It was agreed to send to Lowndea ceunty for a certain intimate friend of Jonea, which waa done, and thia friend's irfluonce kept Jones quiet Tho witne-.s waa then aiked what he knew about anybody's offering a Mr. Mansel an inducement to leave the cap itol legislature so aa to break the quo rum. The question waa objected to and a long discnaaion ensued as to whether it Is competent in this investigation to inquire into the organization or non-organization of the state-house legislature which did not elect Spencer. The committee closed their doors for and finallv. hv a strict party vote decided that it would not ba com potent. When the decision was an nounced, General Morgan, counsel for the memorialists, insisted that a great wrong ha'l-been done in ruling out this branch of bis case, and he asked that the whole matter be remitted to tho Ben ate for its opinion on Ihe question involved. 3USHSSIPPI. Arte mil Not'il tbo Vacancy Cans:d Uf DiiVIVs KalffBation-IUlIii-Jlnrdcf. Special lo the AnnJtd.l itAcasc-N, March x8. Governor Ames will make no flppointiricat to Oil the Va cancy occasioned by tho resignation of xjieuiecani-uoTernor Davi?. An a polntment would have raieed comcl catedJeial questions and caused trouble, and Arjtes'a eoncm! advlaed him not to appoint. k The senate p:sied the house bill In COrPOiatinor tn 'fMAmnhlH and Rollv Springs railro&dicompany. A hill to create the county of Deor-Criek waa lest; A'ao a t)ilLW prevent the buying uuu tumug ui ugncuiiurai prouucis ai night. The hcuso bill changing the b;undary.line between Chickasaw and Sumner counties waa lost. A bill chang ing tho county seat of Clarke county rrum jiinip.rDtica'rri ejnirmnn muweri Cordczo'simpaacKmerlttrlalwIlfbepssV Doneu unui alter Ami fi'a trial. jc-ti sj. iijn, proprietor or a newspaper ailed ms Jtvomes JUcfense. ahot and killed Augustus Carey, a printer. Cart-y was on mo point or reaving ror mempnis, and the difficulfyriglnatetl about the BettieDftnt or auTaccount. Bell was ailed. SHOOTING AVFRAY. V. !tnnit-nn Shot And itadly tfonmt cil by Shcritr Manulug-lnr-tlcnlars. Cottcn Plant Extra 1 Cotton PianI1, TIppad Co , Miss., March 14. This morning about balf pastBoven o'clock a shooting affray oc curred in front of the postcfllce block. between W. V. Sullivan and Sheriff Mannlnir, feeUlling in Sullivan receiv ing two dangerous wcund3. The facts ef the esse are slnut aa follows, as de tailed by soveral eye-witnesea: Man nir g waa standinz near tho edge of the porch, talkiug to some one, when Sulli van came out of the drug store of As kew & Co., in tho rear of Manning. As he ca hi 9 near Manning he cocked his pistolj either in his pocket or close down by hia side. Manning heard tho cues of the pistol and turned round facing Sullivan, remarkiug to him, ''I under stand you are looking In me." Sulli van mado no reply, but draw up hia pistol and ittomptea to lire, nut Man ning waa too quick for him and got in the first shot, which struck Sullivan in the thigh near tho groin. Sullivan fired two shots, which flew wide of the mark. Manning's eezond shot misfed, but the third took effect in the hip. inflicting a Eerious wound, but hia physicians think not at all dangerous. Sullivan retreated off the porch, around Neblett ARssgan's store. The testimony of tho witnesses Is unanimous that Manning acted who! ly on tho defensive, and that Sullivan's attack was premeditated. Manning eur rendered to thn officers and will have an examination this evening. Atlantic, Mls'IsUppt and Ohio Rn!I- roan. Eichmond, Va March 14. A bill of complaint has been filed in tho United S'ate3 circuit court by Francis Skiddy William Butler Duncan and S. L. M Barlow, of New York, thioiuh H. T. Wicsham, solicitor, against the Atlan ic, MisBissipni and unio raiiroiu com pany. The complainants, who are trus tees under a heavy mortgage, ask for tho appointment of a receiver and tho foreclosure of tue mortgage, in consc quence of a faihro on tho part of the railroad company to pay tho interest and otherwise comply with the terms of the mortgage. Tno prcce3dings contem plated are similar to those taken in the ca3a of the Cnesapeake and Ohio rail rosd company. A procesj, returnable on the first Monday of April, was served in Petersburg ycsteiday by United States fti sj.thamyeuiune.oi tue principal om cers of tho company. General Malone, president ot the road, is now in New York. United States Mirshal John Robin son, ol New Yoik, arrived atlndianapo yesterday, having in his custody Henry A. Fiatumond, whom he arrested near Rockvillc, Indiana, for the alleged murder or foterltsmy, at Junet, xiel gium, in the winter of 1873. The prisoner lied that country after commit tinz the murder, and ror the pst six months lias Lean located at the place where the arrest was made. At Omaha yesterday, Richard D. Curry, convicted of assaulting Edward Rosewater, editor of the x?ec, was sen tenced to lour years in the penitentiary. Morsan and Alston, convicted ot rob blng one of the demimonde of diamonds and money, wero sent down ror three veara each, and Sparks, convicted of robbing a safe, got one year. Surveyor-General Babcock, at Law rence, Kansas, Bays it was a purely busi E033 contrect that post-trader business as far as he, Durfee and Peck, or the administration are concerned. Certain ly, it was business, and the biggest busi ness on record. A fellow named Louis Ble yer waa ar rested in MUwauuee yettorday evening for threatening an assault on Governor Ludington. A bystander inteifered to prevent the assault, and in a fight that ensued Bleyer was knocked down and severely punished. Temple of Love, No. 1. SUBJECT for discussion on FrlJay evening next. March 21" Which Is the more ben- eflelal to the conntry. a high or low rato of interest?" The Temple will meet at H o'cicck. iiyoruer. JACKSON P. CREWS, T. S, Edward B. Rawmkgs, R. S. Of tho Memphis Exposition ORCBETZRIAIf, T--.1 .! r 1. twit, 11 M At the Exposition Building, Jefferson st. GRAND TBOTTiW RAGE! (IHCKASATT COURSE, Thursday, March 235, at 3 p.m. l'CBSr, 8500-lsl, 8330 2d, 8100; 3d, $30. E. S. Brown, Augusta, Ua., b. g. ucn. Hood. Wm. Lovell. New York. b. c. Barney Kelly. E. Horton, l-hlladelpnla,br. m. Annie Collins. Cliff Porter, Chicago, b. m. Kate Campbell. SEALED PROPOSALS will be lccelved by the Sinking Kond Commission, till Mon day, April 31, at 12 o'clock, tor tne purchase of rluy xuonaanu uoiittru ui Mouipun i.y nnnili. lor account said Fund. Commission ers reserve the right to refect any or all bids. I. a.. xixxiXa, turn's e. r . u., mhll 2T5 Main street. KBW 0RLBA11S FLORIST. RVKUQREENS, Roses and Grapevines, nr.mco Trees. Plilopornms and Maeno- lia3. lrom New Orleans, lor sale at 337 ii1b strPft, or address W. OsJJTEKLEIN, mhla at urcen xree xtonse, pneioy st. Y virtue of a Df eU of Truit to me exec a ted on tho day of .175. to secure J.H. nrtln & Co In certain Indebtedness therein eontnlneds which deed Is now on record In tha Recorder's offlce of Mltftlsslppl connty. Arkansas, I, as Trustee, will offer for sale, and sell for cash In band, to the highest bidder, at Shawnee Village, Arkansas, on the Fiist llcy of April Next, 187G, abent F.IOHT HUNDRED BUSHELS OF CORN, It being the same heretofore conveyed to me In truit lo secure raid J. II. Martin & Co. Sold s&le to take place within lawful honrs. 1 his March 17, 1K6. w. w. rnA.nuio, xrunee. O. W. Thomaeon, Attorney. mhlS Clarksidlie Plow. WE are now agents for this celebrated Plow, wblch we believe Is the best In use. and keep a fall slock always on hand. Bend or ders. PORTER, TAYLOR & CO., fbia x-o.3i union street. Potit GnJf Cotton Seed. Qfin BUSHELS OEKD1NK ARTICLE FOR sale, to close consignment. mhll BIKAVlUfl S WCLL1-OKP. MARRIED. JI'kKFRESH-FOrtD-On Wednesday even Inc. at tbo residence of Mrs. Welch, in Hits city, by Hev. Dr. Landrum, Mr. Cuabl3 It, K-jirsEau ana -uiss ivate i- osd, all or this l'lt.r Tho above event was witnessed by a nsm I ber of tbo frlenda of the brldo find bride groom, lrom whom tho yonng couple received hwty congratulations and well-wishes for a I long Ihe of unallo.Tod haprinesi. MASONIC NOTICE. rpHE Hated convocation of Memphis jl it. a., e;npir, .fto. vi, win 00 neia MONDAY evcrilng. Mrrfh 30th, at u ciuck, ior uiHiaicn 01 ousiuess. All It. A. Masons aro rralrnallr lovltcd. VT. S. MATTHEWS, U. P. B. W. BHKI.TON. Secretary. Copartnership Notice. fN THE FIRST OP MARfjH, alld to eon associated with him In business Mr. JULIUS 1 w imue 1111 mruier none. tn nnrtprni9111.fi FAIlLKN.liro of Baltimore, and a gradnate of the College of Pharmacy of that cltv. The Ann, style will hereafter be THiODOBE iioisK:isit a co. THEOBOKE HOERNER. TUIODORE HOESXER. JULIUS FAntEN. THEODORE HOBBtfSE&CO. CHEMISTS & BRUSeiSTS, K03. 54 ASD 5G BE AIE STREET, Corner ol Second, MEMPHIS : : : t TENNESSEE RESPECTFULLY solicit a contlnnance.or 'V the bnslaesi heretofore Riven Mr. Theo dore Hoerner. Both memheri of the firm are graana'ea iu ruarmacy, ana DOin will uevole themselves specially to the prDiuotlon of those branches or science Including analytical ex- aminauons anu lesis. THEO. HOERNER A CO.. mh!9 54 and 53 Beale. corner of Second st, it WILL OFFER On Monday, 20tk Inst., AND DURING THE WEEK, A GENERAL STOCK OF 690D8 Dim?ged by Smoke and "Water From the late Are, comprising a VARIED I ASSORTMENT, at a We Invite an early inspection. ALSO N0VEL7IBS & NEW GOODS Bought at LESS TOAN O ST of Importa tion, wnicn we oner aiAixitauiiviu PRICES. Call at 3l! Halo Street. TAXL0E,30Y&C0. FROM STR. MARY BELL, FOR J3.Xj13, At Yicbsburg, Miss., March 22d TJOK the benefit ot whom It may concern, v uu Daiesoi aamngea cotton irom tne titr. Mary Bell will be sold AT AUCTION, In the cityot vick&uurg, on wi;uiNiiaiAX jnisjv.i. Attachment Notice. BEFORE JAMES HALL, J. P. No. 43C. ry Luhrmann vs. H. a. Bolnmerrleld. -Hen- In this cause It apnearlnc by affidavit that the defendant, II. S. Bomtnerfleldf is a non resident or tno state or Tennessee, and is justly Indebted to the plaintiff In the sum of one hundred and twentv-two dollars and eighty cents, due by account; that the debt Is due and unpaid: It Is therefore ordered. That publication be made in the Memphis Dally Appeal, a news paper pnMlshed In the city of Memphis, for rour successive weeks, commanding the said U.S.Sonimerfleld toappear before me, or some other octinit Justireof thePeace, at my ofllce, No. S3 Madison street, in the city of Memphis, on tho 29th day of April, 1S7G, at 10 o'clock a m., and make defense to said suit again! ., nlm, or it will be proceeded with eiparte. JAMES HALL, J. P., mh!9 en llth Civil District Shelhv county. TOR SALE. FEBSE GROUND 8BAHAMFL0UB C0RNHEAL AHD SECONDS, Also, CHOICE FAMILY FSLOUIt Constantly on hand at IQosajoGi' Mills. lb Corner Second and Jackson Sts. Talaahle Books for Sale. mHE underslgsed Is fitlll ofJerlne for sale hi X library of Miscellaneous Books, and at extremely low prices. Persons wishing to I purchase the whole, or any part, are request- d I to call and examine the collection, which em- oracesmauy ui iuo iiatHi uwikh in print. mh5 F.AV. SMITH, 322 Second St. 9iiss. mm. DSKTISTRT. DE. S. 3. ROSS, lurgeou Sontist S03 JSAIH VM1EKT. TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN.i oy tne use oi pure nitrous Oxide Gas. SILVERWARE, ETC. Offer a carefully eelected stack of ALL OF1IIC very imm DSSIGNS I AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TlillL f Do not malts purchase!. In this line before examining their atoeb.'M MIMED COTTON, BUTTERS TI1I.I WFm fohb If. 884 Main xLVERwARB, ' WATCHES, JEWJfvLRY COTTOI7 GINNING. TAR COTTON-GIN 68 Union Street. After this date we will eln all cotton con- 1 eignu 10 ns or coming 10 oar gin ior . . . . . tine Dollar n Sale and the Seed, famish bagging and ties, and mahe no charge for. drayage. This one dollar a bale includes all drayagex, Insurance, etc. Onr ginning es tablishment Is the most complete In Ihe cliy. centrally located. Wo will mrnUh bags, free I lot charge, for shipping cotton In seed. Send in your orders at once. mh5 PAINE 4 PATRIfJK. ZiUMBSR. MODES, BAS8E1T & CO., LUMBBB DEALER?, 351 and 353 Second Street I u I ft rf YEiABLB LUMBER, LATHS AND SHINGLES O AVE ON HAND A FULL STOCK OF 1 1 wnlle Pine Doors. Bash. Blinds. Whlto riiiu iuciaiBgs, etc., an oi nrst quality. SALESROOM, Ko. 14 UNION STREET. g Sawmill, north of Bayou Gavoso. Jal9 JEWELRY. I HW6? V.B. THAYER laPTBOTUBMe JEWELE Has lu'stoek, and Is continually receiving, Fine Opera rbnlns, Vci t Chains, tVatche of nil gr.-idxs, rtne Nets, Plain and Fatcy Klaus, Charms, J'.lc. Also, a Hca Assortment of SILVERWARE All the above coeds are GUARANTEED eoual to the best, and from 5 lo 25 percent below I Main street prlcei r REPAIRING OF I WATCHES and JKWELP.Y ASrEUIALTY. tiive ana let nvo is our motto. Don't ran to give me a call. 310 Second Street, Mercnhia OH. HOIST T. 1Y. fOLST. HM-BBBTAKEBtS, 230 EAIH HJ., cp. Fccbody Hotel. Alwavs on hand, a larze assortment of Me te Ills Cases and Csskets, and Wooden Cofnn I of every description. Orders by telegraph Cases shlnpo 1 C. o. D. promptly filled, and JAMES FLAH23TT ( 3, J. SULLIVAN IFLAHE SAL DKD1BTAEERS, 317 and SIS Secaad Street, Near Monro : I : : MEMPHIS, TFira Elegant Bobes, Gaats' Belts, and all kinds a; Coffln Trimmings for sale. Special attention paid to the Komoval of Karoalns. Ivl8 MISCEI.AKEOPS. AT COSTS 13oors, sii-nca.s. At Original Cost, to Close Out, at QUACKENBUSU'S PIRT AND WALL PAPBB ST0B 390 MAI 1ST STREET. TIMBER. PARTIES desiring to contract for tho deliv ery of BlackWHlnnt. Whiton)r. l-nrns. Poplar, Cottonwcod or other timbers, will please call upon the underslirned. at 251 Front direct, uiucu ui xjurruscc earcy. fb27 Agent Ocean Mills. New Orleans. Memphis and Kansas City S B. Co. i BY order of tho Execntlve Committee, bid. will be received until February DO. 1878, for ice Clearing, Gra-ilng and Furnishing Cross ties on the following divisions of the Mem- pms ana Kansas uiy Railroad; payments In County and Town Bonds, as specified on each division. First, Between Batesvllle, Independence county, Arkansat, acd Jacksonport, Jackson county, Arkansas. Payment In Independ ence and Jackson County Bonds. Hecord. Between Jacksonport and Augusta, Woodruff county. Arkanxas. Payment in Jackson and Woodruff County Bonds and Bonds of the Town of Augusta. Third, Betwi en Augusta and Wlttsburg, Cross county. Al Kansas Payment In Wood. ruff and Cross Connty Bonds. The Board reserves the right to reject any oi all of said bids. Bids to bo addressed t JOHN uviiRTOV. Jb President Jt. and K. C. R. 1C, Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn.. January IK, ;i73. Jaa) Wonder of the ige; A NEW and simple Invention, that effecin. J. ally prevents accidents with coal-oil or otner lamps. Agents wtnled. Apply at No. n.oeaie oirtcu i. a, uavib, Agent. I i! Doors.. Lueber Q rn Sm Hi Blinds taed 0 ABM 7 " t 0 I I I M I a 2 Llrir UTT 2 ' TO SECURE "s m r nst?;, .: u c v . I .g SJiLlAV,' PI CAIiL EARIiY AHD AVOID THE SUSH. I I pi g S MENKEN BEOTHEES i-pBfc-d ggl 368 Main felggt. MANUFACTURERS OF II". '..r k. re- 1 . , , M t-m w & 9. ummstta BXTRA0RD1A 1 J FROM "WE WILL 0FFEB THIS WEEK 5000 Fill HAMBURG IIB18ME7 Purchastd ai tin Eecent Great Auction Falcs In Xeir Yort, at little mere than ONE-HALF SEC-HI'Al PBXCE&K- -THIS LTEST opportonitysveb offered mmi i&w mum New Dress E lis! JUST MEOBIVEB AT H f HHf s mm We ennounce with pleasure the recent arrival of several shipment at SSW SPninG NIX.H.S. which wo will have the pleasure of showing on MONDAY NEXT, 13th INST., comprising ilegB-.it Lines of BlncJi Ta ire tno SMi Sam Hraln, from tbo looms of the most celebrated Lyons manufacturer?, unequnlad by any in the market (or brilliancy aud durablHy gooJs that we can safely guarantee our patrons a the best and cheapest In the United States. Varied ami beBtlta! assortment of rASUT 6ILK9 Uios dr.ip farlslejiBr. Cnebexalre Sat Urn France, Bnye Cadrlilo Grisaille end Kayo Glace, In all the new effects and color combinations; also, exquisite Ilce3 of I'lnln Colored 1'nJH-, In new and attractive shades, suitable for street and evening wear. Having purchased these Silks under unusually favorable circumstances, we are enabled to oSer tbem at much lower prices than any other house in the trade. I DRESS We aro showing a snperb lino of beiutirul uPIUNa cosrUSC XITKBUI.S - JLycna aud Irish Mlk Poplin, Kith French Dnrnassr, i'lBla entl rialtl frnltlnfc', VlsoKncr, Gtaclre snlllni, blllc .rabe9qacM. Xnlswrt in. brtqits, Mill Witrp JPoncpp.Sllk Wri Sersr, and other elegant and popular labrics, which In variety, Leiuty and attractiveness cannot ba rivaled. Ladies de sirous of purchasing material for a rich and elegant cstume ata moderate expendi ture, cannot fall In being salted among the Immense and varied assortment we are showing this ecason. 242, 244 AND 248 MM I In order to CAGE HEIl'A At original Cost, for CAMI. Your attention Is especial!; called to the aferrft. KENNED AI & EUJDD, M. Li. 3JSA(JHAlf. J. B. P03TON, nUU&J&lUi2U vlrvv6iii Ho. 9 UNION gTXBHT, Sempiife, Ton. Mr. W. T. BOWDilB haa charge of the Cotton Department, AT W aple an 3 carloads Unlit Sides and henlders. 35 tierces nusitrcnred linens, 35 bozaa Break fast Bacon. 400 boxesIV.Ttateand tnimrs: Cheese aoo tabs Choice Bntter, 030 bbl. Fleur Tnrloni irradr. 1500 pttgs. Mnchcrtl.lIerrlns.Whltf Hsh CSr- -t.. SSOSLSSXXji1 dk3 BROS,, COB. FRONT COSTOH FACTORS. A. M. BOYD. ALSTON BOYD. COTTON 860 Front 5t. ESTABLISHED 1840. J. & J. STEELE & GO,, GROCERS AND- COTTOM FACTORS. No.l Exchange Building, 168 Front Strcrt : : Memphis. Tean. AGENCY- G. QUENTEL & SON, SOLE AGENTS PH. BEST BREWING GO. MILWAUKEE, WIS. L i. BOYD & SOI FMTOBS. LARGEST BREWER! IN TUB U, S iMI3R0ID.jRI.jS ! AUCTION, IS.JTHE RIES! if STBEST, SOB. JSEPSBSOI. illll m saudi GOODS OUR BTJSfSESS iro offer OOR ENTIRE LiDIES', 3IlS',Ei AND CHiLDUEN'6 STOCK T 336 M4IN,C0E. UNION- A.;Vf. BOB3BT3. X, 3. UXACiAil. salt m fm mm, nes i 3000 ci. cnnn'il Toruntefs nail niMr. rr 1300 caieu VceclitV), gurawbnrrJea, 1 jm Apples, etc., COO pks. Nplcctl Sil wfeet swi Ts nm ZOO bbli. "Jell uv and Whl'e and Macks Java, It lt and CerdovK acir. 30 bbls. and HX. bels. gweei t-r, et. AHD TJNI03? STS. BUGGIES. EiC. li LILLY MANUFACIUKIB 0F ASD LIGHT SPKIH WAGOITS XHAVE ON HAND A HKLKCT STOCK 0r tne above vohlelws nptmrif hwtrt m I doibc I rati - of myowu xxi-: ! I will BULL CHKAPKR (WW maiariBi eonsMeretii iim ported irom uj ' ewer at rkH. reiiared to build tbis class of work TO ( Kit, on short notice. A jo, lo Repair. X and Paint old carriages promptly, and in vary uoft s;yie. ro t arHMM..Bli Matt Unfl rial always Uaaraatci."S Ko. 63 Unlttut Streets Son-Besitlent .Notice. No. 22 10.-In the Cha ! . Court ol connty. Tennessee. -Millie Koblnoc Yt. llairy K. Hoblnson. It apnearlcsr from lh bill lo this which iHfrworn to th t the defendant, Harry K. Roblnnon, Is a non-resident of the fetala of Tennessee; It is thereiore ordered, Thai ha main nla appearance herein, at tbe courthouse in tlM city of Memphis, Tenuewtw, on or before the first Monday In May. 1ST, and plaaA answer or demur to complainant's trM. or the same will be take for emfiami aa I him and tt for bearinc exptrka. I ennr of this order be rmaUaMd 01 0 raney broGe - 4n rimmasiila mHI lor four saeeaawive week, im She Appeal This 18th day of Jdarab, 1W. A copy atlat: K. A.COLK, Olrk Ml By E. B. MeHenry, D. C. and M. A. H. Don glass, sol. ior compl't.