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THE MEMPHIS DAILY API'EAL- SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1877.
St AIL. KO ADM.
Hi-si5ippl and Tennessee Railroad
VUAXOK H( liECI,Ei
ON ail arter eTNK.Y. liKh 4. Itm. train
will run as folium:
Leave. Arrive,
K-wOrleans Mall di!y at .... 8KIMn 12Ol.m
e wills AooomiiHMlaUon dally,
i no-M bandars, at ll-'30-m 8.45 a.tn
lfl& Train diuij.eioe; Sun-
iiy, at H:50a.m 830 p.m
Clwie enrnvrilons mart at ttrenad with trains
If jrth and twuui fur all points.
CtT" For further Information, applj to
Ticket OSico, 2S7 Main SL, and at Depot.
M. Barke. Superintendent.
Jmmtr H Irrra. Ttcfcet Agent.
MEM I'll IS & LITTLE ROCK RAILWAY.
The Short Line to Arkanso and Texas.
TIJIK CAHI).
1-KiVI: AKKOT:
Mull train, dally 5:00 p.m. 11:10 P-m
iu ljlit train lea Hope-
W'l (buiidiiy eireptwl .30 m. B:30 p.m
taHrfgrn kuIimc on this road will take train at
t: 1 iX of the Louisville, Nashville and Ureal
githem KA'lrofuL
Mull train make close connection at Anrents for
points on Little Hook and tort bmlltj Railroad, and
U LIUle Hock with Calm and Kullon Railroad, for
points inSoutuwest Arkansas and Texas.
Pullman Palace Can on all nltebt trains.
Kor ticket and lnfonnatlon apply at Tieket-ofnees
J7s and 2s7 Main lmt- and at the Depot, foot of
Washington atrrt. or at L. and M. and fat. bo. Depot,
or to the undersigned,
W. K. t-MlTH. Bnp't.. Memphis. Tenn.
R. A. WILLIAMS, Passenger Agent-
M. S. JAY. .. P. and T. A.. LIUle Bock.
touisrilleand N'ashTille and Great
Soot hern Railroad.
(tlHKI)CLK:
City Time.
Srpress Train leaves dally, except Bator-
days. at 1 1 :1 5 p.
Mali Train I vtves dally at ll32oa.ni
Aoootum-U.iun Train leave dally, except
iiumUy. at 4:16 P.m
Pullman Palace Sleeping-Car ou all night trains.
t-V for tickets or information, apply at
Ticket Office, 287 Mala SU,Cor. Madison.
John T. Klynn. Bup't Memphis DlV.
(Jaaarw HpfH, Ticket Agent.
Memphis and Charleston Railroad
CHAXfcK OP HCHKUILK
ON and after 8CNDAY. March 1. 18T7, trains
will run as follow: .
Leave. Arrive.
Mall Train dally at 120 a-m llrfX)a.m
(iprwi Train, dally 5.O0 p.m 4 A.H)
bocnerrtlle Train dally, exoept
stin.tajs, at 15:20 p.m 8:10 a.m
Mall tmln will not stop at Flag Stations between
tfrand Junction and Memphis.
Mall and Kxprxos train makes close connection
at Chattanooga for Atlanta and all points In the
bout beast.
Kxpreas train makes close connection at Chatta
nooga for all Eastern points.
New and Mairulllcent Sleeplnsr-Coaches
through to Lrnchhnrg, without
change.
Time 8 miantea Fanter thaa City Time
Ticket 0 nice, No. 278 Main Street.
. JOHDAI,
Chief Engineer and General BupL
Rarnry If neha. Ticket Atrrit.
A31 USEM EXTS.
JJEMPHIf THEATER.
LAST PERFORMANCES
of the distinguished Comedian. Mr.
JOHN E. OWENS.
SATURDAY, MAKCH 31, 1877.
THIN AFTEBSOQX. AT O'CLOCK.
LADIES' FASHIONABLE MATINEE.
Byron's Charming Comedy,
OIK IIOVM.
TO-XM-iHT, AT tt OCLOCK,'
Bucksrone's Glorious Comedy,
HARRIKD LIFE,
and Mr. Owen's specialty,
NOLOX MHISCLE.
r KA."1 BALL!
4.BAXU BALL!
MAEXXI'.Kt'HOK HALL.
EASTEIt 3I0MAY, APRIL 2, 1SJ7.
Admission, Including lady, $1.
A. R. TiROFTHFR
. . PeoTelary.
FK KKXT.
TinnvT UiKM A lanre alrv front room. sexnd-
J' story, on Adams street, between Third and
Fourth, furnished or unfurnished, suitable for gen
tleman and lady, or two jixiiig gentlemen; board can
be obtained. AHly at zm lntni streeu
r.Mii.i. I'.ksidenxe West side Third st., Chel
O i-a. lM-vond Mill street; good stable. Kent low
to a i.ioiuiit and permanent tenant.
W. D. M CALLLM. Ag't. lfl Matllson St.
FSIDENCE The desirable residence, 16 Or
V luans street (one house from Poplar), has been
reoent lylitted up. Apply at 102 Adams street.
S MALL RESIDENCE No. 124 Vance street, tlsre
rooms. Appiy Immediately.
w. I). MlAUl il, Aft, l wjiainsou i.
STOREHOUSE Th ew brick storehouse. No. 81
Msdlson street, oue d east of M n. In
qu'renf JAMES t. V. ILK INS.
No. 20 S'a'n street, comer of Madison.
rEdlDEN'CE The elegant residence, 148 Adams;
Jl V rwtitly remodeled. !ind is complete In all mod
em improvements. Apply at 1 02 Adams street.
A I "ISSISPIPPI HOL'SE Main street, opposite
J.NL Mllslppl and Tennessee depot. This well
known boardliigUouse. with stores below, will be let
cheap, and one month given to prepare for business.
W. D. M CALLLM. Ag't. ID Madison sL
STOREHOUSE A fine brick storehouse, with all
toe modern Improvements. atComo.Mlss. Ap
ply to V. M. White k Co., Memphis, or to D. Craig &
Co , Comn. Ml is.
BHICK COTTAGE With 2l- acres, on Elmwood
street-ear line, nearits intersection v.1th (ieorgla
streM W f). VrAI.I.rvl. Ag't. l'. Madlwn st.
FOlt KEXT OK SAlilL
CiOTTAGE A neat new cottage, on Hernando St.
mllwHT A iT'ly at 113 Heale ttreet.
FOK NALE.
BOILEB AND ENtilNE. .
PHIL J. MALLON CO.,
mh2H 204 Main street.
C THOICE PEtLFD PEACHES MILLET SEED
' Yellow Yam Potatoes.
B. p. b.MlTll A CO., HTr Front street
IMPROVED LOT On TUESDAY. April 10th. at
12 o'clock. I will sell, at public auction, the Im-pnv-l
lot. 40by2MI fevt. on the south slileof Union
Mtrei. i feet west of Desoto street. Title perfect.
Terms One third cash; balance In one and two
leant. S ir cent, interest on Ueierred iiamentH.
I. D. CON AWAY,
mli2;i Real E-tate Agent. 8 Maillson st
HOUSE One of the most beautiful and complete
" Homes" In Memphis. Apply on the preni-i-u
s. No 8.4 Linden street, between Lauderdale and
one; ins, or to me, at the w ater oince.
WM. L. CAMERON
c
X)W3 WITH YOUNG CALVES
j at VHmlriy s Stable. 1 2ff Jerrerson st.
ri1RADIN"i-BOAT With or without stock; boat
A new. i cr v iviik lu " I"11
A.-lu-ort. Term. J. W. DUNCAN.
Li'lKNlTUBK AND CARPETS At VM Main
JJ strwt, up-slalrs. Parlor suit, piano. Brussels,
a-l-ly and Ingrain eanets; also, four bedroom suits;
all In nice .nlt-r and first-class goods. Apply on
premises from U) to I o ciovg f nuay mornuig.
C)TTON-EED-i- X t bushels or selected Java Cot-
ton seed; 15O0 bushels of selected Boyd Cotton
seed In lots of ten to one hundred bushels.
1L T. COFFEE, O. K-, Tunica county. Miss.,
Postoince. Austin, Miss.
iViTTONEED l-ure Boyd Prolific Apply to the
undersigned. Cattish Point. Bolivar Co., Miss.
Terms, fioe per buhel. cash K. T. CONNELLY.
UILDINii LOrs If you wish to be Independent,
l secure a borne. 1 am now offering to parties
who wish to build, lots on the Thomas tract at one
hail their value. 1 he rent jtm ars now paying will
toon secure you a borne of your own.
L D. CONAWAT,
Rental aid Real Estate Agent.H Madison st.
WAXTO.
fTKiNSiRIAL If yoti want a good shave for 10
J cents, or a stilish hair-cut for 25 cenU. and a
noisl clean bath for 2o cents, call at No. 8 Jefferson
street, opposite Commercial Hotel
ODGE SEAL AND RUBBER STAMP ORDERS.
j i,. W. GARRISON, aj8 Main st.
J .EMPLOYMENT A young married man, whose
time Is not oct-jpled after 4l o'clock, is de
sirous of obtaining some writing or work that he can
do al home in the evening, or ,uUl take charge of a
small set of books. Address
ml.lix W., Lock-b'X No. 4. Ifemphls, Tenn.
V GENTS Male and feruaie nger.ts. An entlrwly
new article; energetic panics can realize So to
:? 10 per day- No. 1 1 West Court trv-c
SITUATION As bor-keeiier -r assistant.
shlrv-
plug.
recelvlng. or entry clerk; would traveL
Aulres A. G. D.. care lelge. M'kay A c.
rpuof TING Sf ALLK'N Mambrtno Alhambra. a
1. mahogany bay. rt years old and M hnnds high.
rtnJ by Alhambra i he by Mimbrlrio Chief, and Su
san b) American Eclliisei; dam. Breeze by Brlgnoll;
id d.nn by Thomas Jeilerson: Hd dam Ly Downlng's
bay Messejigtrr; 4in dam by slitsher. atborout;libred;
will make tne season of '77 at my farm, near Burt
tyn' Station. Also, a BLACK J ACK. ll hands high
and 7 )rirs old: breeds large. Terms, jf20 per horse
.'ed lo lor J.ick caoh. when service a;e rendered;
iniTC not proving In foal may tv returueo free next
s-'j'.sou 1 aiu piejKtred to break and handle trutUug
hors.-s"rft griize stoti at reao'tiilie rates.
iih.s an. HUGH D. GBEER.
AY
w ILL til ANTEiC That actlvenieii can
make iron, sin m day selling our goods
In c'.tlrtt and country towns, i.. tt'' "ary to
n wrcuTamplesiomakesl-L n.."
4 tl I B ti r- . i" : :
AUCTION.
A art Ion Male or Mtot m, 4lapt. (nrr
ware, Tlaa tre and Hnadrlea, for vr
rouot of w hom It may concern.
THIH IORI.l.. AT lO O'CLOC K.
By A. 51. Mt4dard. H Mala HU
nrxoorkKeasad pirksgr Boot and
Hhocs for ttale. to the trade, at A net Ion.
roiaprlxlac Jlen'n Calf and Kip Boots).
Brogtos, ('D(rrss, Alnls and Kngllah
Tie; Ladieo' and 9IlMne'KIp. Cloth and
irala Mboew; aIo. a aew line of Far
Ilata. or lateMt atyle. by A. K. FKAk
LA.I, 30A Slala atreet, oppolte Pea
body UoteLMOVOA V 5IOK IXV. April
)Cd. at to o'clock. The attention of the
rmiitry trade l rfpertfnlly wollelted.
FEIMOXAL.
DIVORCES Legally and quietly obtained forln
eompatlblllty, etc; residence unneioessary. Fee
after decree; 12 years experience. A. GOODRICH,
Attomey-t-Law. 124 tearhom street, Chlenuo. lib
FOIt MALE OK liXCHAXdi K.
HOUSE AND LOT-WI11 exchange a lot. with
brick cottage, containing four rooms, with cis
tern, outside city limits, for a second-hand portable
engine of 25 or So-horse power and boiler, nearly
new, and sawmill. Address, with particulars about
engine and mill. W. M Appeal office.
KOOJIS AXI lOAKI.
A
handsome 21 -story front room, furnished or un
fumlsbe.1. for lamlly or gentlemen. 12D Court.
K
OOMS- Desirable rooms, with or without board.
at i i Madison street.
F
BONT ROOMS With board, for family or gen
tlemen, at ra Li.Mt.i sr.
A
handsome second-story front room and board,
with back room communicating, at 8r) Court.
OOM An elegant front room, with large bay-
window, on nrst noor. at 42 Main street.
K
OOM A handsomely fundshed front room for
family or gentlemen, with board, at 417 Main.
ROOMS AND BOARD Furnished room, with
board, and day-boarders at 1 10 Monroe st.
KOOMS Two handsomely rumlsbed front rooms.
In a private family, with or without board.
Address A. N., this office.
BOARD AND LODGING For families or single
persons, can be bad on application, at UU2
Poplar street. References wanted.
FOR SALE OK KEXT.
BRICK STOREHOUSE The Arm of BaUentlne,
Hetiin A Co., of Sardls, Miss., having discon
tinued the mercantile business for the purpose of
engaging in other pursuits, tha large and elegant
brick storehouse lately occupied by them Is now va
cant, and Is offered for sale or rent on favorable
terms. The house Is a two-story brick, 54 by 120
feet, the first floor divided Into two salesrooms 27 by
120 feet each, connected by arched doorways; the
second floor has a furniture and storage room 27 by
120 feet, a room for clothing and carpets 27 by HO
feet, and several sleeping -too ins. All In good repair
and nearly new. For elegance, convenience, and
capacity for a large business, this Uuuse la not sur
passed by any business nouns In ,Aate,
The retirement of this large hrMfeaves a splendid
opening for business. Parties looking for a good
location would do well to address the undersigned.
mh28 BALLENTINK, HEFLIN A CO.
LOCAL PARAGRAPHS.
The streets are quite dusty.
The weather continues fair and pleasant.
Easter eggs are the attraction for the
boys and girls.
W. W. Cole's circus and menagerie ex
hibit in this city Monday and Tuesday.
Nearly all of Cole's circus company have
arrived. The band will be on the streets to
day. Cotton blooms will soon be forwarded to
the newspaper offices throughout the sunny
south.
American Agriculturift and Southern
Cultivator, latest dates, received at Mans
ford's. Viny Beard, colored, was at rested last
night on suspicion of stealing a lot of female
UBderwear.
The criminal and circuit courts are in
session, but the others are closed until the
next term.
The nights are bright and pleasant. The
night air is insidious, and produces colds and
pneumonia.
The county court meets Monday, the
most important business Doing tne appoint
ment oi assessors.
All of our country cousins will come to
town next Monday and Tuesday to see Cole's
big circus and grand menagene. .
Tn the criminal court, vesterdav. William
Schotield was convicted of petit larceny and
sentenced to six months on the island.
Frof. Mueller gives a matinee dansante
for grown persons from four to six o'clock
this alternoon. ine awenaance wm oe laxge,
The members of the Sodality dramatic
club are actively rehearsing Tifie and the
Hour, which they will present next Jionuay.
Collins Brown, colored, was yesterday
arrested for playing the confidence game.
He was fined twenty-five dollars by the re
corder. The office of Tenehrw was celebrated at
St. Peter's church last nigbt. This one of the
most solemn and impressive of the Catholic
services.
Ihe last term of rnrin'T school com
mences thi morning at ten o'uiock iu:J r.rxt
Wednesday and Friday at half-past three
o'clock in the evening.
A three-year-old child, the son of Mr.
John Norton, strayed from home, at No. 90
Court street, yesterday, and caused his pa
rents no little uneasiness by his unaccount
able disappearance.
Ellen Dunlap, colored, who shot at a
negro on DeSoto street some time ago, was
yesterday convicted of assault and battery
with intent to kill. She was given three
years in the penitentiary
Colonel W. W. Vaughan will speak at
the chamber of commerce on Monday, second
of April, and on Tuesday, third of April, be
fore the county court, Mr. A. M. Bockway
is expected to be with him and speak on the
occasion.
The grand concert for the benefit of the
German-American college, to be given to
morrow night, at the German-l'rotestant
church on IhirJ street, promises to be of un
usual interest. A large number of leading
musicians will participate in this entertain
ment. The recorder yesterday disposed of the
followiag cases: Oster Young, abusive lan
guage, fined ten dollars ; Robert Routhal, lar
ceny, committed in default of one thousand
dollars; Louisa Littleton and William Little
aian, fined fiftefn dollars each; Alice Green,
lighting, hneu hve dollars.
Services at the Harrnonial hall, No. :3'J4
Main street, Saturday, tlurty-first instant, at
eleven o'clock in the morning and half-past
seven in the evening.in celebration of the an
niversary of modern Spiritualism in the
United States. The public are invited. Seats
free.
General Elkaner Greer, who died recent
ly in Arkansas, was a native of Tennessee,
and a brother of our venerable friend. Cap
tain David S. Greer, of this county. He
served in Colonel Jeff Davis's regiment of
Mississippi volunteers in the Mexican war,
and with distinction in the "late war between
the States." His death will be lamented by
his surviving comrades and numerous rela
tives in the southern States. He was a gal
lant soldier and an accomplished gentleman.
R. Worthington, 750 Broadway, New
lork. announces a work, by Dr. W. V. Llali,
on "Dyspepsia." It treats the subject in a
peculiarly fresh, interesting, popular way,
and points out not only the causes of the dis
ease, but how it can be cured, and generally
without medicine. The book is racy and
readable as a novel, and is one of the most
valuable works of this eminent writer on hy
gienic subjects, whose Journal of Health and
numerous works have made his name a famil
iar household word through every State in
the Union and Canada.
AMUSEMENTS.
4; rand Matinee Dansante
at i'rof. Mueller's new dancing academy,
corner of Second and Madison streets, this
evening, from three to six o'clock, for ladies,
fentlemen and children. Admission twenty
ve cente.
IV. IV. Cole's Circus and llenacerte.
W. W. Cole's circus'and menagerie, which
have been wintering here, es Libit in this city
next Monday and Tuesday. During the win
ter tiio circus has ben reorganized upon a
grand scale, and will be found far superior to
its ai-knowledge-1 excellence last season, ihe
menagerie has been enlar-fjd by the addition
of many interesting animals, and is now
e.jual. it not superior to any in the country.
Tha enure show will prove attractive, and
merits an imrr.anse attendance.
Mm. DeGray Unnett"n Dtnrlox Arad-
emy BeroM Ten.
As previously announced, the ecOc;J term
of Mrs. Defray Bennett's dancing school
will begin, at "her oLi hall. No. 2-!o Second
Street, this afternoon, to which kerold patrons
and Liiy iriends in general are invited.
Those who have p:itronbted Mrs. DeGray
lenjseivea delighted with
Cie progress and proficiency attained by the
little ones in the graceiui aances, and we are
glad to state that the second term will begin
under most favorable auspices. Mrs. DeGray
Bennett deserves encouragement for industry
as well as for her proficiency in the art of
dancing and good manners which she lm
parts to tier pupils.
The Theater.
Another large audience was at the Mem
phis Theater last night to witness Mr. Owens
m The Victims and as "Solon Shingle." The
first-named play affords Mr. Owens an oppor
tunity for the display of his humor and talent
in the most agnsi-able and entertaining man
ner. Jn the role of "bolon bhingle Mr,
Owens was fully equal to any previous efforts
of his which have made his name almost
synonymous with the character. The com
pany with Mr. Owens is one of the best that
has visited Memphis for a long time, and, so
far, each and every member has provetl ac
ceDtable. and evidenced a careful and thor
ough knowledge of his or her role. Last night
Miss lhompson, ad -Mrs. t it zlieroert, in
l he t tcrtms, won tne aamirauon oi uie au
dience by the graceful and unique manner in
which she presented the above-named role.
There will be a matinee to-day and a closing
performance to-night.
PERSONAL.
H. V. Hamilton, of Springfield, is in the
city.
M k. Matt Lelakd, agent for Dan Rice's
circus, is in the city.
General John Skeffington, of Dyers
burg, is visiting the city.
Major Sam Lkavenb. treasurer and au
ditor of W. W. Cole's circus, has returned to
the city.
BrsHOP Quint a rd is in the city, and will
officiate next Sunday, as follows: St. Mary's
cathedral, in the morning, at eleven o'clock;
Grantre hall. Buntvn. in the evening, at three
o'clock; Calvary church, at night, at eight
o clock.
Probably the oldest lawyer in the world
is Elbert Herring. He was born on the
eighth of July, 1777, at Stratford, Connecti
cut. He was admitted to the bar in Decem
ber, 1799, and made a judge in 1805. He
was the first register in the State of New
York. It was in his office that Charles
0 'Conor studied law.
LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE
The "Appeal Again Indorsed."
Editors Appeal I have intended to offer
a few comments on the situation for some
time, especially after the Hayes indorsement,
but every number of the Appeal contained
all that I cared to say; and now, I merely
write to offer you my thanks and encourage
ment for the able and, I think, appropriate
course you have pursued in the whole mat
ter thanks, most neartily. I feel your labors
will not be in vain; the truth may be stifled,
and principles perverted for a time, but fruit
will ultimately mature. You are not only
doing a positive good, but repelling much
evil, which threatens the vitals ol our institu
tions. Don't weary in holding up and ex
posing the stupendous fraud wnich cheated
our DeoDle of their chosen ruler. And the
conspiracy is not dead, it is merely in another
aisguise; watcn it anu expose it, its yuu ure
able and willing to do (would that all papers
would be faithful now). But hold on to
principle, it is our only hope not ex
pediency or policy a mere rotten foundation
The prospect is gloomy, but I trust the great
mass, and especially the intelligent, will ere
long perceive the disguised fraud and promise,
designed again to deceive them till the fet
ters could be more firmly riveted, which
seemed to-be yielding to the pressure. 1 be
lieve a short time will open many eyes that
were purblind to slight promises of justice, to
which neither I nor you gave any attention.
Soon. 1 think, the mist will blow off, and
many will see it was the shadow of a ghost
which they mistook: lor a Living reality, and,
when this host wheels again into their late
ranks, woe to the mullen stocks in their way!
Many can testify. I was not deceived nor dis
appointed at prevarications. I feared a Greek
ort'ering gifts. (Remember Troy note, Troy
was.) The more 1 have read the Appeal
tor long months before the election and alter,
till the consummation of the unequaled fraud,
and since the so-called indorsement of the
usurper the more I approve of the firm and
true course it has pursued. And I have felt
as much surprise at men of position allowing
themselves to be deceived without a cause (for
I assume they were deceived, and now or
will soon be convinced ot it) ana 1 say with
out a reason could a reflecting man build
solid hopes of great results on intimations of
a known usurper, who naa expressed no re
pentance of his crime, or reformation? look-
' , i , i i : i
ing, too, at uie surruunuxiigs ajiu circuur
cea. in onnosition to any fflorious results.
And what has been done? And echo says.
what? Cannot the best that has been done
be fairly construed under influences of policy.
expediency and demagoguery that it would
pay ? Time will soon reveal more clearly,
for evil or for good; we shall see. I am un-
able to see how the country can expect any
good from a man justly branded, as the em
bodiment of fraud. Were he to equal Wash
ington's administration, still the great crime
ot reaching the f residency as lie did snonia
tvtr be held up, as stung with thousands of
vipers, a terror to every future attempt of the
kind, and let all the people say amen.
JUSTITIA.
P. S. Since penning the above I have read
the Appeal of the twenty-eighth, which
fully sustains its orthodoxy and vigor; go on.
What will be the result of the Louisiana
commission, that all do not now know?
Will eight to Reven do anvthinf? but caoture
Louisiana and her Federal officers? Where
does Hayes get authority to rule Louisiana as
a separate State ? Is that usurpation to be
continued through his reign, and exercised
at the next Presidential election ? Where is
our government drifting; or are our liberties
actually gone t
H e 3Iust Have a Pablle Library.
Editors Appeal Your article of Sunday
List concerning the establishment of a public
library calls attention to an important public
want, and should meet with a hearty re
sponse. The project has, for some weeks
past, been discussed by some halt a dozen
gentlemen with a view to founding just such
an institution, but has not taken definite
shape. The suggestions of your correspond
ent of Tuesday do not seem to me to be the
most promising of success. A library is not
a thing to be established in a few weeks, nor
can a valuable collection ot books be made in
the manner proposed. One hundred persons
might bo found who would give fifteen or
twenty volumes each, but if past experience
of these donations is worth anything as an
indication of the character of these contribu
tions, there would not be one hundred vol
umes of the whole worth cataloguing. There
must be a valuable nucleus, additions to
which must be judiciously selected by a com
petent committee. The means of procuring
this nucleus, and the manner of providing for
additions to it, are the important matters to
be discussed. Newspaper articles, while val
uable aids, will not accomplish the desired
end, and too many managers will retard
rather than promote it. Let us give the mat
ter a definite, practical shape by calling to
gether in council those who have the welfare
of the project at heart, and who are willing
to pledge their best efiorts to make it a suc
cess. BIBLIOPHILE.
LAW REPORTS.
Circuit Court-Helskell. Judxe.
This is motion day. The case of Hartley
V3 Happek is on trial. The following cases
are added to the calendar for Monday: 4722,
Thompson vs Anderson, administrator; 4668,
Bachman vs Flaherty; 4721. Cogill vs Wool
d ridge et al; 47, Tighe vs Smith et al;
4SI4, Smith ys Ward, tmsteer; 48o, Hollo
way vs Yates
A Prophecy.
And it is written in book I, chapter 20, x:
There shall arise among you a mighty man.
and his name shall be upon the lips of all
men; - and he shall do wonders and perform
miracles among you ; and he shall feed the
hungry and cover the naked, more especially
those in want of stylish, well-made clothing,
at the very lowest prices. With furnishing
good he shall also supply you; and you shall
all praise lam as your benefactor and friend,
and thank your feUr that he has come among
you. And his name Is Harry Cohn, of the
Great Y extern Clothing House, 227 Main
street. Balance of the sermon will follow.
A large n toe It of mules for sale t 5J
Iu ion street.
ev Itookw.
Harriet Martineav's Autobiography , Lift
and Letters of Charles Kingttey; Ben Mil
tier's Wooing; The Great Match, etc., at
JVvl's, 27'J Main street.
lXm'a Zl&y
your spring suits untd you examine the im
mense stock of clothing just received at the
Great Western, 227 Main street.
SIIOOTTXG .rTKAY.
XL XL Beaeb. Ageat for the White Hew-lag-Uarklae
Cent pany, hot by
Jlr. L. II. Coe Cause of
the Dlffleulty.
About a quarter past nine o'clock laat night
the surroundings of Court square were
awakened from the usual peaceful quiet
which pervades that locality by the startling
report of a pistol, and the screams ot its vic
tim, which proceeded from the vicinity of the
corner of North Court and Second streets. In
a few seconds an immense crowd gathered
about the locality, and it was impossible to
gain any particulars of the shooting, or the
cause which led to it, beyond what
the statement of the sales-ladies of
the Willcox & Gibbs machine agency gave,
that Mr. M. M. Beach, connected with that
establishment, and also agent for the White
machine company, had been assaulted by two
men as he was closing the front doors. One
of the parties struck at him with a stick,
which the latter grasped and wrenched from
his hand, when the other party, whom Beach
recognized as a Mr. Coe, shot at him with a
pistol, the ball entering the left breast at the
nipple, and ranging around the body was ex
tracted from under the left arm bjr Dr.
Mitchell. The ladies state that the misun
derstanding grew out of the price (f 1 50)
charged for repairing a machine for Mrs.
Coe; that the latter's sister called at the
office and abused Mr. Beach about it,
upon which Mr. tJoe, accompanied by
two or three mends, called a day or two ago,
and after a word or two. struck at Mr
Beach with his fist over the show-case, then
tried to throw a large book at him, but was
prevented by parties in the office at the time,
Mr. Coe then struck at Beach with a chair
which inflicted a slight wound on Bta
Up. One of the sales-ladies, in order to pre
vent further difficulty, approached Mr. Coe
and remonstrated with him about his conduct
toward Mr. Beach, to which Mr. Coe replied
that Beach was a scoundrel, and had insulted
his wife. 1 he sales-lady explained the mis
understanding between Mr. Beach and Mrs
Coe that one dollar and a half was too small
an amount to send a collector for, and that
being one ot the rules ot the establishment,
no insult was intended. Mr. Coe then paid
the lady the amount about which the diffi
culty.had arisen, and left. Mr. Beach stated
to one of the sales-ladies that about eight
o clock; last night a man entered tne sales
room, van ting to purchase a couple of ma
chine-needles; that his manner was wild an
suspicious, so much so as to arouse Mr,
Beach's apprehensions that all was not right,
Actmg upon this suspicion, Mr. Beach extin
guished the lights and proceeded to close the
front doors when he was assaulted as above
stated. We give the outline of the difficulty as
related to us by parties who are cognizant of
the probable causes, but did not witness the
shooting, but as the matter will probably be
investigated we await the result.
Since writing the above a friend of Mr. Coe
states that the difficulty grew out ot the in
suiting manner in which Mrs. Coe was treat
ed last Tuesday when consulting with the
agents about her sewing-machine, which had
recently been not satisfactorily repaired. Mr,
Coe, we learn, is in the city, and does not
seek to avoid arrest; on the contrary, is ready
and willing to have the matter thoroughly in
vestigated.
Novelties
Silk and Crepe Scarf Collarettes,
-anil-
Lace Bibbs.
JOS. COLL & CO., 273 Main St.
Card front M. Donahue.
Memphis, March 31, 1877.
J. J. Murnhv's version of the difficulty be
tween him and myself, as appeared in yester
day's Appeal, did not contain one word of
truth trom beginning to end. Ihe truth is
this: Lie came to my store drunk, and used
language so vulgar and profane, as to annoy
myself and customers, that I ordered him
out. When he demanded more liquor, he
said he intended to shoot Mr. Nelson Bill
and wanted to prime himself for the act. On
my refusing to give him the liquor he redou
bled his abuse of me,, and I put him out of
my store. He then drew a pistol, which 1
took from him and then escorted him nearly
to his home. I returned and closed my store,
to avoid lurther trouble. Alter aiming him
self anew, he came back to my door and re
newed his abuse of me in the most shameful
manner using language to vile for any ears
but his own. This he kept up, kicking and
pounding my door, and threatening my life
until 1 could endure it no longer, when 1 lei r.
by the rear door of my store, flanked him.
wrenched his pistol from his hand, and again
took him home. After entering his gate he
drew another revolver and discharged hve
shots at me, one taking effect. During the
whole time 1 never struck a blow, my object
being to get rid ot his abuse. I he truth ot
the above will be vouched tor by D. F. Jack
son, J. F. Dawson, Antony Griffin, Hardin
Wilson, John Aldrich and Mr. Boyd. I was
neither drunk nor deranged, and I am too
well known to need any vindication of my
character, but Mr. Murphy's statement is too
talse and one-sided tor me to pass unnoticed,
M. DONAHUE.
Croquet Sets,
From 75c to $o per set, atDod's, 279 Main st.
You are Invited
to inspect the mammoth stock of bovs' and
children's clothing, which is being ottered at
lower prices than ever known before. My
stock is complete, and any one in need of
tnese gooas win tuny save 40 per cent. Dy
calling at the Ureat Western, 227 Main street.
We have received fourteen bar ares celebra
ted Hays coal company, Pittsburg coal, which
we are ottering at reduced rates.
ST. BEHSAkD COAL ASSOCIATION,
13 Madison street.
Hpriiig
cassimere pants for $3, warranted wool, worth
j, iu, im ureal vv esiern iiotmng nouse.
I.KI ItniFS CHEAP STORE!
47 Slain (Street.
PIOSEEKS IX RIrClX(i PBICES !
Kid loves.
2-button kii gloves, all shades and sizes,
are not a bait, at ouc, tuiiv worth f 1.
1, 2, 3-button kid gloves, odd sizes, job, 25c,
costing and worth more than f 1.
Embroideries.
We are offering our immense line of Ham-
burgs at 5c, 7c, 10c and l'2c, worth fully
thrice the price we ask; our own importation.
Corsets
At all prices, from 60c for a good $1 arti
cle, to a 200-bones at 35, worth $4. Wer-
ly, abdominal and nursing corsets at the low
est prices.
Renters will observe that the Mississippi
house on Main street, near the Mississippi
and Tennessee railroad depot, can be rented
on strikingly favorable terms. Tenant will
be given hrst month to prepare lor business.
W. U. 31 LALLLB, Agent.
in Madison street
Dr. Alfred Voorhies.
Oculist and aurist, 323 Poplar st.,' Memphis.
You ran save money to "boy ninles"
or
J. B. dt W. A. FAIKKN.
55 L'nion street.
Fnlaundried Shirts,
the best in the city, of Wanisutta domestic
and twenty-two hundred linen, for 95c, at the
Great Western Clothing House.
Tttr chearjest and best rem nvmrce and
cleaning hou&a m die city is at 246 Second
street. r. j. waxkkk co.
Fine Stationery.
The largest variety, newest novelties, hand
somest goods and most reasonable prices
always found at Dod's new bookstore, 279
Main street.
Dr. Schenck's Standard Heme
dies.
The standard remedies for all diseases of
the lungs are Schenck's pulmonic syrup,
Schenck s seaweed tonic, and Sahenck's man
drake pills, and if taken before the lungs are
destroyed, a speedy cure is effected.
To these three medicines Dr. Schenck, of
Philadelphia, owes his unnvaled success in
the treatment of pulmonary diseases.
The pulmonic syrup ripens the morbid
matter in the lungs; nature throws it off by
an easy expectoration, for when the phlegm
or matter is ripe a slight cough will throw it
olT, the patient has rest, and the lungs begin
to heal.
To enable the pulmonic syrup to do this,
Schenck's mandrake pills and Schenck's sea
weed tonic must be freely used to cleanse the
stomach and liver. Schenck's mandrake
pills act on the liver, removing all obstruc
tions, relax the gall bladder, the bile starts
freely, and the liver is soon relieved.
Schenck's seaweed tonic is a gentle stimu
lant and alterative; the alkalie of which it is
composed mixes with the food and prevents
sounng. It assists the digestion by toning
up the stomach to a healthy condition, so
that the food and the pulmonic syrup will
make good blood; then the lungs heal, and
the patient will surely get well if care is taken
to prevent fresh cold.
All who wish to consult Dr. Schenck, either
personally or by letter, can do so at his prin
cipal office, corner of SLxth and Arch streets,
Philadelphia, every Monday.
Schenck's medicines are sold by all drug
gists throughout the country.
Elegant and Stylish
spring suits for $ 10, fully worth $15. Go and
look at them, at the Great Western, 227 Main
street.
Burnett b Flavoring Extracts. The
superiorty of these extracts consists in their
perfect punty and great strength. I hey are
warranted free from any poisonous oils which
enter into the composition of many of the
fictitious fruit flavors now in the market.
TrtE following testimonial is signed by
twelve of the leading rjhvstcians of Halifax.
N. S.: "Colden's Liebig liquid extract of
beet and tome lnvigorator is a very agree
able articlo of diet, and particularly useful in
ease. We cheerfully recommend it. Every
family should have a few bottles." G. W.
Jones He (Jo., agents.
Be True to Your Teetli
And they will be true to you. Never will
you need false ones, if you use the sozodont
morning and evening, it imparts indestruc
tibility to the enamel, keeps it white and
spotless, and wonderfully improves the breath
Children's Suits
at $1 50, good value If or double the money
go and look at them at the Great Western
Clothing House.
Best Assortment of Hats
At Leidy & Co.'s, 273 Main street.
For a good breakfast or tea you often have
to make rolls, biscuit, and such delicacies, in
about ten minutes. It's easy and certain
with Dooley's yeast powders, the best of them
all. Troubled housewife, here is one cause of
your annoyances swept away like magic.
Full weight and the best material are the
watchword ot the manufacturers.
I Guarantee
a saving of 40 per cent, by purchasing your
spring clothing at the tireat W estern, 22 i
Main street.
Blllburn Wagon Co, 3S and 370 Front
street, keeps a, full line of spring:
wasons ; also, agents for the celebrated
Brewster side-bar trotting buggies.
French 3Iillinery.
A fresh lot of spring millinery goods just
Von ean buy eholee mules or any kind
or a norse at reasonable rates, euaran
teea, or j. u. a . a. j'a litres,
55 Union street.
Gold & Silver Perforated Hoard
New patterns, from 35 to 50c per sheet. New
designs embossed picture ornaments the
largest variety south ot JNew York. IN ew pic
ture books, scrap books and albums just re
ceived at Dod s, 2 i) Main st.
Notice to Steamboatmen.
T INT DALE WOODYARD I have at above land
I J lng several hundred cords of Well-seasoned
wooa. ash, S2 51) per cord.
Cottonwood, $2 per cord.
OEORGE I. COLEM AN.
STEAMBOATS.
SPECIAL. XOT1CE.
BY telegram from Captain M. B. Harry t-lj
from Devalls Bluff, the Str. RUTHLESS
vi 111 arrive w ith 700 bales of cotton and full of people
oaiuraay evenine. anu win leavesuiNDAV. atH a.m..
for White river. Shippers will please send their
ireigni to uienn s wDai-rooai 10-aay.
J. i. washijiHtom. Agent. :ki f ront sf.
FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
IT. 8. OTsfl For "Heeola. Vew Madrid,
juuauau, jairo an it st. lodis,
Steamer BELLE MEMPHIS.
J. C. Crane master.
will leave THIS DAY, March 31st, at 5 p.m.
AD. STORM.
Sup't Mississippi River Elevator Company.
FOR V1CKSBURG.
Memphis and (St. Louis Packet Companj
l . fStinaii i,iur.
For VlcksbuTK and all Way Landings.
Ed. Gray master SlsJ
tvui leave buniJAi, April 1st, at 10 am.
AD. STORM.
Supt. Mississippi River Elevator Company.
Memphis and VIcksburg Packet Com'y.
For Australia. Laconla. Concordia. Terrene. River-
ton, BJiivar. unicot, Arkansas City, Oreenvllle,
i.aae rroviuence ana v lcasourg. steamer
AT. U. - . ......... ............ lUOOW,!
Leaves everv TUESDAY at ft n.m.. makintr d nvt
connection at vicksoutk wun tne str. tt. js. L..B.E,
regular Krlday packet for New Orleans. Through
Dins laoing u an points en xazoo nver.
Str. A. J. WHITER
Geo. Malone master.
Leaves every MONDAY at rt n.m.. for Australia. La
conla, Concordia and HI verton ; and every THLTRS-
uai, at t p.m., ior an tne aoove points ana oelow
to Arkansas City, connecting vith Pine Bluff Rall-
roaa, leaving every mom tne at a.m.
J. T. WASHINGTON, Freight Agent,
300 Kmnt street.
mh9
FOR NEW ORLEANS.
ForVlcksburg, Natchez, New Orleans and Interme
diate landings rue elegant steamer
Colhoun master.
Will leave Glenn's Wbarfboat as above THIS
DAY. March 3 1st, at 5 p.m. For freight "or passage
appiy to k. f. nL,t.rN, Agent, on wnanDoai.
FOR LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI.
Memphis and Ohio Kiver Packet Com'y
Cons. Millar, ggg.
Wm. Tlchenor master I J. Wilson clerk
Will leave SATURDAY, March 31st, at 5 p.m.
For freight or passiige apply to
R. W. I.IOHTBURNK. Agent. 2( Front St.
FOR FRIARS POINT.
LEE LINE STEA3IEUS!
CAXBYIltQ mtlTED STATES MAIL.
Str. COAIIOMA.
Stacker Lee master I E. R. Thomas clerk
Leaves EVERY MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and
FRIDAY, at r! p.m.. for Helena. Friars Point and
all way and plantation landings.
J. I'. WASHIi-MhlON. Agent. HIHI STOni T
FOR ASHPORT.
Regular Randolph, Fulton, Osceola and Ashport
Weekly Packet.
Osceola Itelle,
a. Andrews master I Plat Rhodes clerk
Leaves Memphis MONDAY, at 5 p.m., and return
For freight or passage apply on boaM.
FOR WHITE RIVER.
Kesrular Independent Memphis and
White Kiver Packet.
Par Anrssta, JaekNonport, U nit Point,
The Regular Independent Packet,
HAIiI CASH, 53m
Kd. C. Postal Captain
Will leave EVERY WEDNESDAY, at 5 o'clock
m. Thronsh bills bf lading tn nil rtnlnf nn imr.p
White and Black rivers.
Apply for freight or passage to
R. W. LIGHTBliRNls. 2Url Front Street.
R. P. 6LKNN. Agent, on Whartboat
HILT HAKHVN
Heatphla, White and Hlaek Kiver v. Bi.
THH J..I H TT.
For Indian Bay, 8t Charles, Clarendon, Derails
Diun, uw rc, Augusta, jacKsonpon, west Point,
Swucr, Batesvllle, Powhattarj and Pocahontas.
Toe elegant oHwerurer tamer
liUTlI,
Je?es Memphis every SATURDAY, t S p.m., oor
nectltix wren hmwm MoAbTIiCH for all point on
Blauk river,
Through rates of freight and Dassace to all nofnu
on Black and White rivers.
y jr freight or passage apply on board or to
J. T. WASHINGTON. Aent, 300 ' '
B. P. GLENN, Agent, on arrb,,
Freight eonsUmeu in mm. n V,?T t
tree of rtoraw. drarairi i ""
through promptly. '
HED1CAL..
PBESCKIFTIOX FBEE.
TTKJR the speedy cure of Seminal Weakness, Lost
X" Manhood, and all disorders brought on by in
discretion or excess. Ang druretst has the Injrredt
DR. JAOLES 4 CO.,
Cincinnati. Ohio.
Why suffer with Drape pain or Head.
acne, when they may be speedily cared
hy Parker binder iodic j a aore
before meal strengthen the appetite, and
rouble the tomacn to easily digest it
food. Tbi pleasaat remedy promptly
check Diarrhoea without onti
patins; the Ifowels. Consumptive
Bad welcome relief, and steadily gain
strength from it Invigorating properties.
It is tba best remedy for tourbi and
Cold, and the Afed and those too
feeble to bear the cold of winter, find a
comforting strength In its vitalizing
warmth. Crumps, Colic, Dysen
tery, Ileartbnrn and Ctiolera. In
fantum quickly yield to thi remedy,
and it overcome Itheamatlam and
tout by correcting acidity of the stomach
and promoting healthy secretion.
Sold by all Druggist.
NEW STOCK!
50 brls. Powdered and Cut-loaf Sugar,
100 hhd. New Orleans Sugars,
1000 barrels Floor various grades,
100 barrels Jiavy Beans and Grits,
10 casks new Prunes and Currants,
400 sacks Kio, Java and Cordova Coffee,
600 boxes Codfish and Dried Herring,
100 tubs strictly Choice ltntter,
500 boxes fresh Crackers and Biscuits,
50 brls. choice Hams and Bfst. Bacon,
200 boxes mild Cheese,
500 pkgs. Pickles and Spiced Plggfeet,
5 pkgs. Missouri Cider, and numerous
other articles, at
G. A. Eckerly & Bros.
CORNER
FRONT AND UNION STREETS,
Memphis, t Tennessee.
THE SEW
Sewins: Machine.
WHAT IT IS.
It its the most powerful and durable, the
lisrhtesc-runnintr. and moist Hilent
Machine of its kind made.
Power. The application of force directly over
the needle Insures ample power, and enables it to go
through the heaviest work with ease.
Durability. All the working parts are thor
oughly hardened, and so adjusted that lost motion
can be readily taken up.
Kase of Action. The simplicity of its ma
chinery, the few bearings and points of friction, and
the absence of all cams and gear-wheels, give it a
light, easy action that requires but little motive
power.
0.uietneNi. There are no cogs to rattle, no cams
or points ot friction to rub and grind. Every piece
of its simple machinery moves in the most perfect
unison, and with such ease that makes less noise
than any other machine.
WHAT IT WILL DO.
It will sew the heaviest work.
It makes a strong and durable seam with the lock
stitch. It will cross seams of any thickness with the great
est ease.
It will do all kinds of work without a change of
tension, and without skipping stitches or breaking
thread.
It will do more work with less labor than any other
machine.
U. W. FISIIEK. Uenl Afjent.
63 Madison street.
THE CELEBRATED
LATEST and BEST PLAITER,
Price $3. For sale at Domestic Sewing Machine
offlcs. :t MADISON ST.
ROYAX.
Havana Xottery, 18 TV.
Grand Extraordinary Draw ing of April IS
31,350,00 mSTKIBUTED.
Flr-Kt Capital Prize 500.000
Nerond Capital Prize ... 200.000
Third Capital Prize 50,000
t&- Only IS.OOO Tickets'.
2H4H Prizes, nr.ne less than S500. Price of Tickets,
Whole, S100: Half, SJ50; Quarter, S2o; Tenth, S10;
Twentieth. 5v.
Cluls or parries purchasing tickets to the amount
ot over $100 will be allowed a discount of 15 per
cent.
Prizes cashed. Send for circulars. Address all
orders to MAM EL ORKAST1A,
mhl'i eod Iris Common St, New Orleans, La
H. CASSIDY & CO.
No. 95 Camp St. Sew Orleans
ESTABLISHED 1836.
Sail-makers, Awiling M aim fact 'rr-
AND
Cotton Duck Agents!
Wl.er.- r.-.n Is found the best assortment Of Cottoi
Duck lu the South. Also. Pln . .u . .: .F Awntnt
btnpes. Awnings, window ana Door bnaues, i
lery uunains, etc
iiray ana wagon i;ove i.
We have always on hand a large assortment ol
Tencn and English Bunting ior Flags. Havl:
made the manufacturing of Flags a sneclalty f-
years, we can furnish American, Foreign and evi r
cesenpuon oi aney lags, at lower prices, tn u
any house In this country. We also give sneclal in
tention to the gettlng-up of every description ol
Plain, Fancy and Embroidered Milk t'laarH n -d
aannem, we wouia can special attention to jui
BAG FACTORY.
We have on hand a large stock of Coffee. Cirain
Rice. Wool and otherMacks. which wem-.kr
to order. In any Quantity, and wedefycomnetlt:n
trom any quarter.
&- We have Cotton Duck, suitable for Cotton
covers and Tarpaulins, oi the following widths: 'i.
Inches, 44. 50. n2. HO. 72. 84 and 110 inches.
STEAM-ENGINES!
j5w wvnwf. gMore effective and more
adapted to the various me
chanical and agricultural uses
than any other In the niai.tet.
Practical Improvements accu
mulated from twenty years
manufacturing experience,
with reputation maintained
ana success estaDiisnea.
Send for Circulars, descriptive, and containing te
umouiais concemingour rorianie, ntatioaury
and Ajrrarleultul Steam-Kngines.
Wood, Tabor & Morae,
Eaton. Madison Co. Mew York.
a HP AHHOOD
t ivnuiB va. juuiiiiui mzprunnnee. war
nave tried in Tain every Ldawo rein'MiT
will tearn of a simple prescription. rliKH.
ior tne speedy cure of nervous d'b:iltv
premature decay, lost luanhoml. and uu
. ... djwgiKt has the Ingredients. Address
DAVIDSON ft; CO., 86 Nawtn St., W.y.
A ('Ann.
ON the 10th day of April I shall retire from the
practice of Medicine In thecltvnf Memnhu
Dr. J. G. MALCOLM, a thoroughly qualified and ex
perienced Homeopathic Physician. Is now at niv
office, and will, with my entire consent and approba
tion, succeed me in my business. I recommend him
cordially to my patrons. W. A. EDMONDS, M. D.
SMITH &
WESSON'S
N'c-w Model
j& With At. jmatl.
38 Calibre.
Cartridp
fentral
ecto
Fira.
MOW READY.
r-,r rouvrnicnee. notrrr anri
accuracy, it i u i.rnu.i-i.l. it vour
merchant doea not lr.is.-n them, order di- L '
rect from the Agency, J'.t t.hnmlfrs fit.
SewVork. M. W. ICobhMun. Gcu'l lwnt
e. H. EOLST, T. TS. HOLST.
O. H. HOLHT & 1HXO.
UNDERTAKERS,
30 Main, opp. Peabody Hotel.
ALWAYS on band, a large assortment of Metallic
Cases and C&akefc, and Wooden Coffins, of
every description.
SZ& Onlers by telegracb jorapt!7 filled, antl
Cawed shipped C. O. D.
JL'DUIIEXT NOTE.
TOOK! LOOK! to your Interest, every one wishing
J to save trouble and expense of law suits, and
save money, 111 do well to buy one of K. h. Jones's
Combination Note-Books Sold by
WILLS ft WILDBEHtitR. Book Dealers,
No. H17 Main street. Mempht. Tenn.
Hcrses and Mules.
TUST RSCkl a fine lot of plttntatlou and city
i JIules; alo, a good assortment of Saddle and
Harness Horses. Call before purchasing elsewhere.
1. A. r-OKHfiST CO.
Epriii Eilkul Epifis EiILn!
HAVE COMPLETED
iMW ij U u&H ftiM ulmu
IN QUADRILLE, GRISAILLE AND RAYE EFFECTS. ALSO,
BLACK SILKS!
Sew Cosfenmes! Sew Walking Salts! Sew Styles 1'olonaies
and Dolmans Opened-Dai I v.
SUN UMBRELLAS IN DIFFERENT STYLES !
CAorY-Tor SUX UMBRELLAS.
SPRING DRESS
Combining KichnetM and Elegance. in HJew Mhadea and Coloring. Also, n
large assortment of LO W-PKICKD OOIN.
MOURNING GOODS IN GREAT VARIETY
Cassimeres and Cloths for Men's and Boys' wear. Embroideries and l.iifi-s.
CARPETS ! CARPETS ! CARPETS !
Laee Curtains. Rngs, Window Shades.
WHOLESALE
BOOTS,
-
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S HATS,
We are now readv for
M. C. PEARCE.'
PEARCE, SUGGS 4 00,
WHOLESALE
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants
No. 258 Front street, Memphis, Tenit.
PARTICULAR ATTEST! OS PAID TO THE SALE OS' COTTOS
SIGN OF THE BIG BOOK.
LIS & WiLD
Hl'CCEHSOH.S TO
STATIONERS, BOOKSELLERS, PRINTERS,
And lilanltbook Manufacturer k,
So. 317 3IAIS ST., 3 DOORS SOUTH OF JIOSKOE, 5S EJZ PHIS
ftE M'fAV
ul, m
GROCERS and COTTON FACTORS
Nos. 371 and 373 Main Street.
SS"Z SSrS&Ma. -S"6t3ir3it.
INVITE THE ATTENTION
SPECIAL GUSTO
Made according to the very Latest
York
STYLE and FIT GUARANTEED or NO SALE
Call and Examine the Extensive
FERGUSON cfc OO
WHOLESALE MANUFACTURERS OF
LES, K Aflii
AXD DEALEJtH IX
LEATHER AND SADDLERS AND
No. 328 SECONDSTREET.
MR. MILES A. PR1VETT HAS BEEN ADMITTED A PARTNER IN THIS FIIMl.
T. NHEKWOOIk,
WHEELER, PICKENS & CO.,
WOOD AND WILLOw" WARS.
Rood Hollo k
BATS,
Croquet Sets
Baby Carriages.
RETAIiLi
DEPARTMENT,
O OO Main
GRAHAM &
SUCCESSORS TO WHITK. LANGSTAKK CO.l
HARDWA
iMACHIKEBY,
Aveiy's Plows and Implements.
A:ent for alrhaU- a mmVmVniu, Eae 'l otto- In. Bubbcr
So. 81 Main Street (Rice, Stix tc CCs
Mr. A. D. LANliSTAYK will give th. business
Cry Mr.
THEIR I.IXES OF
GOODS !
OS,
3-J
DEALERS IS
SHO
AKU
the Spring Trade. 1 H77.
L. IJ. SIMJKS.
lift i ij
9
OF GENTLEMEN TO THEIR
Fashion Plates, and at Lowest ew
Prices.
Line of Samples Jwat Reeeived
HARNESS - MAKERS MATERIALS
J. t. IIOiVK.
r IJns
1 II US,
Mroonis,
Churns,
Trays.
Siftors,
Itope,
Twine,
Feather-Duslrrs,
IJaskets,
Spiimin-Wlicols,
IJruslies.
a va . .
rrlv w u r k s a 1 -
DKPAIiTMENl
PROU
old Btand), Memphis, Tennessee.
hiirperBonal attention.
Bb
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BRAKE cfe CO.
M SUITS
GiSI S HPf
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