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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY, APRIL IT. 1879.
ASIUSF.JIKKTS. YT F.XHIKITIOM! THIHIAY APRIL 17, THK SUBJKcT KiK TDM KYKN1XQ : HOLY LAND ! "A Tit IP IIP THK NILE I" fcjaeral adinliHloo. fOc; Buloony. 25c: Children hair price. Doors oien at to com mence at 8 o'clock. TilAY'Kl Olt HTOLKX. MCLE-S20 BKWARD Dark brown horse mule 15 hands high, compactly built. 6 or 7 jeart old Kinder will receive above reward by leaving Kim at J. A. Korrest Co.'. NTiiAYKD. "WW 3 Two spotted red and white cows, one with J crumpled horns; the old one has the shell of one horn broken tf. A llbeial reward will be paid for any Information leading to their recovery by W. W. CANADA, Brooks avenue, near Hernando road. FOR MALE. BUOUY WABON-Low for cash, one fine top biifey; also, one two-sealed spring wagon. Apply ai nn jnuinerry sireet. H0B3E AND ROCKA WAV A hike rockaway and horse; also, several stand of BKKd some Italians. Apply to U. B. METERS, Jk.. no. zsw aim a Bire. D KS11UBLK FARM Of thirty acres, with fine orchards, and under good cultivation. Apply lo R. W. CASKIN, 430 Main street. ITZV ELD'3 non-explosive headlight oil; pure Hint chliuneys; jjanronn erasive uma. 'i'.iS SECOND BTBKET. GROCERY A raiecbance lor a man with smatl capital to start in a first-class Grocery and loca tion. 6all8lactory cause given for selling. Apply at 74 Jefferson streeC J. STEWABT A CO. BRICK Shipped cheap by river or railroad. Leave orders at John A. Deule's, 852 Front street. Large concessions will be made on orders for good SaloionBrlck, suitable for chimneys or seUIng boll rm. eto. O. H. P. P1PKB, TAH.KN CP. CTOW-A large size brlndle cow, with a calf 4 J months old, which the owner can have by pay ing ehatges and proving property. Ctias. Boyde, col ored. Bhss avenue, two miles fiom city. PEItSOKAL. TPvK. J. K. BLACK. J Otllce, 243 Main. I Residence. 8fl5 Poplar. f Mi. c BASKKttVlLLE, U PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Ortiee, 29S Main s'reet. Residence, 481 Shelby st U OCULIST AND ACB1ST. No. KO Court stTet. KOOnS AND IlOAllI). OOMS -Two nice fumlnhed rooms, with or with out board, at 1H7 Washington street. jLKNlbHED or unfurnished rooms, with board; reduced terms; day boHroers; 14.1 Mauison st. D E3IBABLE ROOM With boara. at 72 COURT BTBEET. BOARDERS At 81 Union street, corner Her uando: rates to smt the times; 25 day-board era wanted, by Mrs. 7- H. WHITKMORK. TeNTLKMAN ND WIFE Or two gentlemen lOT can get a bemitiful. unfurnished room and good bosrd with a private family, in a pleasant locality, convenient to strait cars, at 315 per month. Address W. P. H., Appeal Office, B OARDKRS A few gentlemen day-boarders at Ho Union street. Te,rias moderate. ROOMS Elegant front and back rooms, with board, can bo bad at 431 B11ELBY STREET. Day-boan ers also wanted. KOOM3 Klrst-ciaa. moderate. At with good board. Terms 104 MARKET ST. ROOMS Desirable rooms and good board at rIM JEFFERSON STREET. R OOMS-Sultof front rooms, with board, at ill Court street. Day boarders wanted. ITURST-cLASd rooms, wltn or without board. Terms very moderate. No. 84 Mulberry. - FOK ItKNT. HOUSES On Mosby street, between Jones ave nue and Winchester street, house loo, nine rooms, liiil, four looms and summer kitchen, etc.; 1 12V-J. four rooms all In hrat-cliius order, and walls uewly papered and ceilings calcimloed. Secoad street, half block frcm street can, two houses, four rooms In each. In good order. JAMES RKILLY. 57 North Second st. HOTEL A litrge. new three-story brick hotel In Bolivar, containing tweuty rooms, besid t com fortable outhouses and garden, wnh good well; situ ated on the public SQUare, and all premises In good order. For further information, add res BOLIVAR HOTEL COMPANY, Bolivar, Tennessee, or JEROME HILL. Memphis. A FURNISHED BOARDLNGHOUSE Centrally located. Address A. B., Appeal ofllce. S TOREUOUSK No. 1 Howard row, corner Shelby and union streets. h. ii l fctt a uo. rp WO PLANTATION.- Cheap to desirable tenant; JL one near Mason, Ten.i., and one near Forrest City, Ark. Apply to A. N. M EAT. 71 Main st. HOUSE AND KURMTURK-Centrally located; man and wife will board with the occupant. Address No. H Mulberry street. ROOMS Pleasant sleeping rooms and offices, 4HV Madison. J.J. LUCK AKT. 431 Madison. B OOMS Furnished or iinrumisheil; suitable also lor laiulltes to houseKeep. 1(11 jKtFKKSOPi. BURNISHED ROOMS WlUi or without board No. 2Wt ThlrdstreeU ' NT EWLY FURNISHED ROOMS Cheap lo gen tlemen. New hrlek house, !14 Mulberry street. WANTS. PARTY IN MEMPHIS To represent a foreign express company in New York, principally for the foiwardlng of cotton sam ples to Europe. One who can Influence trade may address P.O. Box 2 1 OH New York city. SITUATION As copyist, or teacher of the English, In the elty or country, by a lady who can guar autee s illsf action In either. Call on or address Mrs. . B., M JuBnsoii avenue. THK OWNER For one brown horse MULE, 16 h inds high, K or 7 years old; was lelt at my table, 55 Union street, about the xth Inst , and is supposed to be stolen. W. A. F AIRES. T AILOR3 Two good tailors. . Ki,tHn. 2rn jieconn sr. CIOOD WHITE GIRL OR WOMAN-For general T housework In the oountiy; steady work, good wsges and prompt par. Inquire until Thursday, at No. 16 Adams street, tor further Information. rpwo MILLINERS ard oneSslesladr. X MRS. A. K. feL MM, 251 Main St. OITUATION By a competent widow lady as house O keeper. Apply st 4'dit Main street, Mi g. Cics by's; references unexceptionable. rpuorriNu stallions for season or i87v. ' Bl.OB liKsn." hi Rvsdvck a Hamlltonlan dam by Long It-land Black Hawk. "Cou Jwfkiisoii," br Dr. Ilerr's Mambreno Patohen; dam, Lady Jefferson. W also have a very large Maltese Jack. We are prepared to graze Stock. HUGH D. AND JOHN R. GKKER. Blx miles southeast of city. Gr OOD boy as waiter at A. Kaufman's saloon, No. ami oejunu siivei. alTTAGK To rent a cottage In Fort Pickering, with garden and stables. Call by Saturday even tng. at 2:17 Main street DR. M ARABLE. "lOOK A white cook. Apply at M7 MONRO Is 8T. PARTIES wishing to purclia.se the UROVEK& BAKER SEWlNii-MACHrNK, lo call at their office, U18 Main street. Repairing promptly attended to, and warranted. MRS. C. O. V tLENTINE. OARDERS At 72 Court street. Ratea to suit the times. Front or back rooms. Also day ftoanlers wanted. CHAS.HERZOG&BRO BOOKSELLERS STATIONERS, ANI- PRINTERS! 306 MAIN ST., HIELIPHIS, : TENN. WllAPMNG PA1JRU ami Paper lias, a Specialt-. fiOVEKNMKNT BONDS. Oeruian National Bank OF HE3IPIIIM HAVE for sale the 4 per eewt U. B.Boaida ror immediate delivery. All other lsiues of U. S. Bonds taken in exchange. Stato National Bank Of MEMPHIS. TESM, DESIGNATED Depository of the United States for subscription to the Four Per Cent Loan. Bonds on hand for immediate delivery at the 'lowest market rate. All other Issues of V. a Bonds token In exchrsr. 150 tcs. Wliittaker Hamsi 7 5 tierces Blap-noHa Hams. 25 tcs. other brands Gams. The Largest Single Shipment of Whit taker llanis ever recei veil in Memphis. OUfer.Fiie&Co LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. City tax-paying continues to flourish. To-morrow will be motion day at the chancery court. Fra Diavolo will be the operatic attrac tion at the Theater matinee on Saturday next Judge Green P. Foute will lecture to the law class at the courthouse this evening. Memphis has fewer "fakirs" or sporting confidence-men in her midst now than aver before. The directors of the Shelby county gran ge association will elect officers to-day and make preparations for the fall county fair. To-day at the Theater the Memphis opera club will give a matinee, when the Daughter of the Regiment will be repro duced. ' This evening the Easter celebration of Calvary church Sunday-school will be re peated at the church. The celebration will commence at eight o'clock. At Olympic park, on Snnday week, the twenty-seventh instant, the Riversides of this city an I the Nashville club, of Nashv.lle, will play a game of base-ball. Game called at three o'clock. The two youn? white men, Thomas Johnson and Ed Cruett, who were arrested on Tuesday evening by the police, on the charge of forgery, were tried yesterday before Esquire Quigley, who committed both men to jail to answer the charge before the crim inal court. The citizens of Buntyn Station have a rich treat in store, as a number of oar young amateurs are preparing to visit that town to-morrow night and give an entertainment in the beautiful Ciio hall recently completed there. The known talent embraced in the party is assurance of a pleasant evening's entertainment. On the tenth instant a white man was drowned in the Mississippi river, above the noal-fleet, by falling overboard from a ekitf. Yesterday Chief-of-Police Athy received a telegram from Robert Watson, of Augusta, Kentucky, stating that the drowned man was his ion, Thomas Watson. The chancery divovce-rnill was in work ing order yetsterday, and ground out the proper document under seal of separation be tween Isabella and Gabriel Ware, colored, under the plaintiff lament of cruel and in human treatment and abandonment, all of which was t:iiained and verified by the solemn declarations and uplifted hands of witnesses. At the customhouse there are more der ricks than building, and it bids fair to re main so for some time. Tuesday evening the stone-cutters and laborers struck for back pay, but yesterday they went to work again, one ot the contractors, Mr. Burns, settling up with the men. Affairs are becoming com plicated on the customhouse grounds, and everything seems to be in quite an unsatis factory state. At the criminal court the following busi ness was transacted yesterday: Chas. Griffin, larceny, mistrial entered; V. B. Millard, f alsely assuming to be a justice of the peace, verdict not guilty; James J. Gibson, attempt to commit abortion, verdict not guilty; Tom Brown, larceny, verdict not guilty; Charles Moore, assault withjntent to murder, verdict not guilty; Charles Moore, larceny, verdict not guilty; L. C. Carter, fraudulent appro priation, care on trial. To night the masquerade ball for the benefit ot the widows and orphans of mem bers of the police force who died during the epidemic of 1878, will be given at the Expo sition building, corner of Jefferson and Fourth streets, the whole being under the manage ment ot the following committee: Chief P. It. Athy, chairman; Captain Davis, Captain Arata, Sergeant O'Hara and Sergeant Kun ho'z. The galleries will be reserved for per sons not in masquerading attire. After several days consumed in the pre sentation and argument, the caseof Polk t. Bayliss was closed last evening and submit ted to the chancellor. This is an important suit. Besides the large amount of money in volved, it possesses many intricate questions of law, embracing the construction of con tracts, mortgages, suretyship and advances for furnishing supplies and means to run planters, and commissions properly charge able and allowable under the law, the de cision of which will be lroked for with in terest, both by planters and merchants. Saya an evening journal: "A petition was this morning presented by the 'pencil slingers' of the daily priss to his honor Presi dent Porter, praying that a table of some kind be put in the police court-room for their accommodation. The petition was received and promptly granted." The Appeal re porters did not sign any such petition, they believing that such a request was silly p.nd unnecessary. Our reporters can secure all the news without having a special table to lounge over. There is no style or nonsense about us. PKSO?iAL3. Dh. Bi'ddeke was called to Nashville yes terday by the serious illness of his mother. Mr. D. E. Holmes, of Cincinnati, general agent of the Atlantic and Great Western railway, is in the city. Mr. Sheldon Collins, of New York, is in town. Mr. Csllins is a well known manu facturer of printers' ink. Wm. Ros3elle, "the Colonel" of the Ap peal editorial staff, was a passenger on the Cons Millar last evening. M"- F I- Mayburv, of Grand Rapids. Michigan, traveling agent of the G. R. and 1. R. R., is in town, en route for home. Mb. L. T. Stanley, of St. Louis, south western traveling agent of the Erie railway, is in the city, en route from New Orleans to St. Louis. Mr. Louis Dai.tkokk has again resumed Jus former position on the Herald. Well known as he is he certainly is an acquisition to that journal. Victor D. Fucns received a fresh lot of pornpano, Spanish mackerel, blue fish and red snapper by express; also a choice lot of Reelfoot lake perch. For sale low, at 3!) and 41 Jefferson street. A soc ial event, which attracted consider able interest, occurred at the Second Presby terian church, corner of Beale and Main streets, yesterday evening at five o'clock, it being the marriage of M r. E. T. Tobey and Miss Lihe J. Thrall. At the hour designated, the friends of the party repaired to the church, all intensely interested in viewing the happy couple, who were so soon to unite their des tinies. After the usual delay, the bridal party arrived, accompanied by several friends and relations, and as the organ pealed forth its deep melody, proceeded to the altar.where jbe contracting couple was received by Rev. mm Dr. J. O. Steadman, who performed the cere mony in his usual impressive manner. There were no attendants. The ushers were Mr. Carver and Mr. Stirling. The bride was handsomely dressed, and her beauty was the subject of general admiration. She is just eighteen years of age, highly accomplished, graduated iust a year ago with distinguished honor, and her womanly virtues have en deared her to an extensive circle of acquaint ances. She is the only daughter and child of the late lamented Captain J. C. Thrall, who transmitted to her, a name unsullied, and while the bride is loved and esteemed on account of her own intrinsic merits, she de rives much of her popularity and the afflic tions of the people of Memphis from being the daughter of a man around whose name clusters a loving friendship. Mr. Tobey has been raised in Memphis, and for a man so young has great business capacity, lie has inherited considerable wealth, commands a high salary, and it is seldom that a couple start in lite with prospects so brilliant. From the church the bridal party, accompanied by many friends and relations, repaired to the steamer City of Helena, where an opportu nity was offered for the tender of congratu lations. The steamer was awaiting the bridal party, and soon after their arrival departed tor St. Louis and other cities, taking with them the best wishes of their many friends for a pleasant journey and a safe return. AMUSEMENTS. lreBlaw Operahoase. The exhibition of Italy last night at the Greenlaw Operahouse was the best entertain ment of the series yet given. Florence, Na ples, Milan, Pisa, Bologne, and other cities, were viewed, and the famous buildings, monuments and public parks were visited. To-night the Holy Land will be presented Jerusalem, Bethlehem and Nazareth will be visi ed; also, a trip up the Nile from Alexan dria to the second cataract. Memphis Theater. At the Theater, last evening, the Mem phis opera club gave a second presentation ot the Daughter of the Regiment. The au dience, a large and fashionable one, enjoyed the performance exceedingly. Miss Emma Russell, as "Maria," was very good, and was deservedly applauded by the audience. Mrs. R. M. Mansford, as "Countess of Berken feld," rendered the role in a musical manner that pleased the critics. The other roles were filled as follows: "Tonio," Mr. J. O. M'Clintoch; "Sulpizio," Mr. Alfred C. Von Gundell; "Ortensio," Mr. I. Roescher; "The Ducheas," Mies Katie Bock; "The Corporal," Mr. George Mahan; "A Notary," and "A Peasant," Mr. Harry L. Tomlinson;" "Genette," Miss Sallie Woodward, "An nette." Miss Katie Bock. The opera was well presented, and tt fleeted credit upon the enternrise of the Memphis opera club. The Daughter of the Regiment will be repeatd at a matinee to-day, when Miss Kate Harman will appear as "Maria." Saturday Fra Diawlo will be presented at the matinee. LAW REPORTS. Chancery Court-TV. XV. M'Dowell, lodge. Calendar for April 17th: Undisposed cases on Tuesday s call, ana jnos. m, morns v .. it n tt-11 m Ureath; and Solo, nui vs xiui. io-iaurrow (rridaj) will be motion day. Criminal Court J. E. K. Bay. Judge. Calendai- of cases for trial on Thursday, April 17th, Friday. April 18tb, and Satur day, April 19th. Defendants and all wit nm.aoa mnsl Ka nrMAnt. nrnmpklv. when their names are called, or forfeitures and fines will certainly follow: 3oU, rred vvneeier; ouo, L. C. Carter; 472, John Mitchell; 5, S. F. Noyes; 485, 497, Wm. Dunn, alias Harris; 13. G. A. Junkerman; 21, 22, W. H. Furbish; 35,36,37, Jacob Hirch; 41, J. H. M'Knlght; 46, J. W. Dandridge; 60, Gos Daniels; 79, Qaarles Crawford; 90, Sam Hale, alias Sam Hayes; 91, 104, John Murphy; 103, John Rnw. IDA Tamoa rVinretr? 11 H. Manuel Stovall; 12o, John D. Allen: 145. 146. 147r Wesley tsailey; iw, yv. j. n.euueaj. Circuit Ceurt-J. O. Pierce, JuJe. Calendar for to day: 5526, Menken vs Boyd, 5633, Schultz vs Gaston; 5640, Faulk ner vs Wilson: 5641. Ball vs Swain: 5649, City of Memphis vs Arkansas; 5650, City of Memphis vs iJecfc; obol, Uity oi Mempnis vs Ron3h : 5652 and 5653. Citv of Memphis vs Casperi; 5654 and 5655, City of Memphis vs Feuster; 5656, City of Memphis va Levy; 5659, Stout vs Craig; 566 1, Gerber vs Guy; 5677, Polk, trustee, va Williams et al; 5679, White, administrator, vs Humes; 5686, Har ris vs M'Clanahan; 5687, Sturdivant, admin istrator, vs Louisville and Nashville railroad company; 5691, Moore vs Weaver; 5962, Gardner vs Tate; 5701, Barrows vs City of Memphis; 5702. Menken Brothers vs James, administrator; 5703, Clawson vs Clawson; 5705, Gans et al vs Henry et al ; 5705J, Jones vs Forrest, administrator; 5707,. Foster vs Lagomarsino; . 5709, Sullivan vs Dwyer; 5714, M'Cabe vs Grogan; 5715, Dr. Lewie vs Sledge, jr.; 5720, Baker vav Waller; 5722 and 5723. JValls vs NormarJi '5724. Cain vs Walsh; 5725, Wray vs Fairbair; 5729, Hun ter vs Hollenterg;5734, Ball vs Edmondson; 5735, Morgan vs Greggf 5735 and 5738, Hackett s O'Connor; 5739, Ferguson vs Paxton; 5740, Tuttle vs Paxton; 5741, Mil ler vs Paxton; 5744, Wheatley, agent, vs vs Burrows; 5745, Brinkley vs Cicalla, sr.; 5745, M'Cabe vs Grogan; 5748, Coleman, re ceiver, va Kettlewell; 5750, Nickel vs Harder; 5753, Howe sewing-machine company vs Genoetal; 5756, Limb vs Lawhorn; 5758. Clark vs Rogers; 5759, Shaw, Davis & Co. vs Edmonds. LOCAL NOTICES. Reed's gilt-edge tonic gives permanent relief in all choleric disorders. Secure reserved sfats for the operas, at H. G. Hollenberg's, 294 Main street. It is economy to use Crescent baking pow der. It is of superior strength. Try iL For sale by b. m. stbatton 4 co. Invalids requiring a stimulant made from pure grain and free from fusil-oil should pur chase Green Brier. The schooner Indiana arrived yeste'day, at the foot of Jefferson street, with seventy five bunches bananas, forty boxes organ ges, fifteen boxes lemons, one thousand cocoa nuts, and all kinds dry fruits. Qrand Fra Diavolo Matinee Saturday, April 19th. Best Manner of Treating Kidney Disease. S. T. Hancock, an old citizen of Richmond, Virginia, writes : "I had suffered from kid ney disease for twenty years and have tried many remedies, but in vain until recently, when I obtained of W. H. Scott, a druggist of this place, a Benson's capcine porous plas ter. I felt relief a few hours after applying it. In twenty-four hours was entirely free from any pain, and am now perfectly well." Benson's capcine porous plaster is one of the marvels of the age. It was invented as an improvement on the ordinary porous plaster. It contains all tha merits of the latter article and in addition a new and powerful combi nation of active vegetable ingredients, which causes it to have an influence upon the sys tem far more beneficial than that of the com mon, slow-acting porous plaster. Its mar velous properties give almost instant relief from pain, and insure a more certain and quicker cure than any known plasttr, lini ment or compound. Sold by all druggists. Take no other article. Price, 25 cents. SEVENTY- FIVE VARIETIES OP FINE ROSES, Five for $ 1. The finest collection of bedding and flowering plants ever offered in Memphis. Address NALK & LAMB, Florists, Office, 855 Main s reef. Grand Fra Diavolo Matinee Saturday, April 19tb. One Hundred Dollars Reward for any foul cistern that we cannot purify in five days with our improved water elevator. OKO. BUBSCH & CO., 4d A 47 Charleston ave. Reed's gilt-edge tonic ia a wholesome stimulant, and its quality is guaranteed. lOO Dozen Leghorn IflaH, AT MRVUXTY.riVG CENTS EACH, P. . HOPKINS & CO., Main Street. Opp. Onrt (Square. Floyd's. No place like home, but Floyd's. Our din ners are the best in the cit;, trith a variety of desserts. Those who ore tired of home-living try Floyd's. in rand Matinee Thursday, April 17th. The Daughter of the Regiment. Domestic Sewing-Machine Ofllce, removed from Nc. 63 Madisou to No. 2C3 Second street, opposite Court square. A JUST TRIBUTE. To a Citlzea ef Canada, wki by hi Per- aoaal Efforts Helped the Memphis Cenaaalaalenera Bale Very Large Burnt or Moaey for Oar Fever-Stricken. People. Th following is taken from the Toronto (Canada) Mail, of the tenth instant. It will be remembered that early in Septetnlter last, wben our tieoDle were beinr stricken daily by the plague in appallinr numbers, and want and suffering were in every household nearly, an appeal for aid to the people of Canada for relief was prepared and signed by Mayor FUppin. Uolonei J. M. Heating, uaptain Mathes' the lamented Charles G. fisher, president of the relief committee, John G. Lonsdale, jr., Dr. V. U. Larsons, Herbert Landrum, Dr. George C. Harris, Luke E. Wright and Mr. Langstaff, president of the Howard association. The appeal was taken to Toronto by CapUin W. J. M'Dermott and Major W. H. Rhea. The first man to step forward and respond was "'James B. Boustead, the gentleman to whom the deserved memento mentioned below has been sent. On reading the instrument, he laid aside his private matteis, with the sim ple remark:, "this must be attended to at once." Night and day during the month of September, 1873, he labored for the relief of our sutlering, as the records of the citizens relief committee will show. Nine-tenths of the funds sent to Memphis at that time from Toronto, through Mr. T. J. Wilkie, who was selected for that purpose, were raised by the personal efforts of James B. Boustead. All honor to him, say we: Yesterday morning Mr. J. B. Boustead was agree ably surprised by the receipt of a very handsome gold medal from the mayor of Memphis, in beliaif of the cltlz-ns In recognition ot his services and sympathy extended to the yellow-fever sufferers dur ing the epidemic of last year. The medal was in closed In a purple velvet case, and was secured by a gold clasp. One aide of the medal contained the following inscription: Hon. J. B. Bocstead. Presented by . J. B. Flippln, Mayor, and . W. J. M'Dermott, W. H. Bhea, Citizens, Memphis, Tenn., U. & On the obverse side were thg following words: In gratitude for Personal Services In aid onour , Yellow-Fever Suffareis, September, 1878. The first-mentioned Inscription is surrounded by laurel leaves worked in gold, but the obverse side is plitln. Accompanying the presentation was a letter, signed by the mayor and the two cltlzeus whose names were Inscribed oa the letter. The letter reads as follows: Memphis, Tenn., April 6. Hon. J. B. Boustead, Toronto, Canada: Dkau Sib Accompanying this letter you will find a medallion, by which It Is intended (though It only does so In a very slight degree) to express our deep, heartfelt gratefulness for the noble aid your indi vidual efforts gave to our stilcken people here during as yours In the darkest hour of this city's distress and gloom, the people of Memphis must always feel grhteful, and In their behalf we wish lo assure you that the "latch-strlug" of every door on this bluff hangs to give you welcome entrance should you at any time confer upon us the favor of a visit. Accept the token, and believe us in heart and truth your friends, J. B. FLIPPIN, Major 1878, W. H. RHEA, W. J. M DEBMOTT. It A.TESVIL.L.E, AUK , Responds to the F.fTorts Being: Made by Memphis to Kxtead. nail Facil ities so Mach Weeded In the Maintenance of Commerce. Bate8ville (Ark.) Guard: At a joint meet ing of the chamber of commerce and cotton exchange of Memphis, held on the thirty first ultimo, the following resolutions, offered by Mr. Hanauer, were adopted: Etmtued, That the postmaster-general be rsked to extend the mail line now running to Jacksonport, Arkansas, twice a week, to BatesvlUe, Arkansas. Resolved, That we request our senators ana repre sentatives In congress to make an appropriation ot thirty thousand dollars for the purpose ot improving the channel or White river, from BatesvlUe to Jack sonport. In the ktate of Arkansas. We find the above resolutions in the Mem phis Appeal, of the first instant. It proves to the people of the White river valley that Memphis and her business men are our friends, and that they are willing to render us all the aid possible in this matter. It is a move in the right direction, and one that we hope will prove successful. It is a need great ly telt here, and would be of incalculable benefit to cur town and county, as well as to Memphis, if the resolutions are obeyed and carried out. We hope our senators and rep resentatives in congress will give their un divided aid and attention to this matter, and that they will not cease to use their power and influence until it becomes an accom plished fact, -'mprove our rivers, and you lessen our time in traveling and reduce our freights. And when the appropriation is made, see that the contract is given to some person or persons directly interested in the permanent improvement of our river to this point. CALL F.B A MEETINO. As will be seen elsewhere, the Memphis cotton exchange and chamber of commerce have taken the initiatory move toward ex tending the Memphis and White river mad line from Jackson port to Batesville. To strengthen their labors in this behalf, and to give them the aid required; to show Mem phis that we are neither idle nor indifferent to her exertions in our behalf, but that we ap preciate the friendly act, and are desirous of receiving the benefits that will accrue from such action in the premises, and in further ance of the action thus taken by the said boards, the chamber of commerce and cotton exchange, our citizens generally and business men in particular are requested to meet at the courthouse on next Saturday, the twelfth instant, to take such action as may be deemed best conducive to the interests of Batesville and the surrounding country to the advance ment of so desirable a project iu which everybody here is so directly interested. Turn out and give strength to this move ment. KO. E.!TAHL For 31 any Years a M ember of the Mem phis liar. Burled at San Aatonlo, Texas, on the Kleventh In stant Biographical Sketch. San Antonio Express, 12th: "Yesterday evening at four o'clock a large number of the friends and acquaintances of the late Geo. E. Stahl, gathered at the residence of his wife, on avenue C, out of respect to the memory of the deceased, and to assist in performing the last sad rites to the deceased. Rev. J. W. Neil read appropriate passages from the scriptures, touching upon the resurrection ot the dead, and gave a brief sketch of the life of the deceased. 'Geo. E. Stahl,' said the preacher, 'was born in Yincennes, Indians, in the year 1841, and in bis childhood moved with his parents to Quincy, Illinois, where he lived until he arrived at the usual age when American young men begin their collegiate courses, when he went to Harvard university. After he finished h s course at Harvard, be spent three years in Europe at the schools of Leipaig and Genoa. Educated thus at the best universities of this country and Europe, his was a culture btoad and deep, that furnished a foundation upon which in after years he began to rear a su perstructure of learning and generous deeds that entitles him to the appellation of one of nature's noblemen. After his return from Europe the deceased located in Memphis, Tennessee, and began the practice of law, for which he had so thoroughly qualified himself, and for which, on account of his broad culture, his liberal nature and his gen erous soul, he was so well fitted. After a successf ul practice of nine years in Memphis he was influenced, in April, 1875, by reason of failing health, to come to our own genial clime. And here for four years he had moved among us with a quiet modesty that amount ed almost to seclusion, endearing himself to us by his kind demeanor and his ways of winning, and he had begun to hope that for many years he would be spared to us and the world. But this was not to be to. A few days ago he was stricken down with dis ease, and night before last his spirit went 6nt and he slept the wakeless sleep.' Mr. Neil, in a tone of earnestness and with a voice all trembling with emotion, appealed to his hearers not to put' off the preparation for meeting their God until they lay down upon their deathbeds, but to accept salvation now while in the bloom of vigor and health. After he closed his remarks, the minister of fered up an earnest prayer, and then the re mains were taken to the cemetery and laid away, amid the tears of weeping friends and the cries and sobs of the almost broken hearted wife. Peace to his ashes." There's no mistake that one-half the spasms and craups in children are the result of worms, and even adults are treated under mistake, while the genuine seat of the dis ease is worms. Try Dr. C. M'Lane's cele brated vermif uge, taking care to see Fleming Bros., Pittsburg, on the label, and you will learn a grand secret. (jiraitd Matinee Thursday, April IMh. The Daughter of the Regiment, DA1 AN1 HV1MG, The Dead and the Llvlag or the Police force or the reat Epidemic of the Year 1878. At the stationhouse a framed photograph of the men of the police force who worked, died and survived the great epidemic of 1378 is on exhibition to newspaper reporters and others who knew the men of the force during the yellow-fever epidemic of last year. The framed photographs of the men who stayed here and did their duty during the days when life and death played a game of chance for three long weary months, re calls to the memory of the survivors a sor- VAvfnl ofM-V 'I'll a rl Innrinn bva fVia U.U.J . AMV. Oi A U ' " 1 ' ' O of the dead and survivors of the plague: MEN WHO DIED. James M'Connell died August 12, 1873; Mike Cannon, August 22d; Pat Ryder, August 25th; William Underztgt, August 2Gth; M. M. Allison, August 31at; J.J. Huber, Sep tember 2d; Fred Restmeyer, .ptember 9th; W. H. Sweeney, September 10th; Charles Staler; September 11th; Tim Hope, Septem ber 17th; Captain William Homan, Septem ber 25th; Sergeant R. C. Manuel. October 14th. SUBT IVORS. Chief Phil R. Athy; Captains W. C. Davis, R. F. Arata; Sergeant G. T. O'Haver, Ser geant Charles Kunholz; Patrolmen Mike Maloney, James Longinotti, John Jenny, P. Logan, Con Daley, T. Carmichael, J. H. Campbell, August Pante, John M'Partland, F. T. Couch, John Dougherty, Henry Wilson; Stationhouse-Keeper E. G. Forrest; Turnkey T. N. Baker; City-Recorder P. J. Quigley. BICK ADD RECOVERED. Of the above the following had the fever and recovered: Chief P. R. Athy, Captain W. S. Davis, Sergeant G. T. O'Haver, Pa trolmen Janus Longinotti, P. Logan, Wm. Daily, T. Carmichad, J. H. Campbell. Aug ust Pante, F. T. Couch, Stationhouse Keeper E. G. Forrest, Turnkey T. W. Baker. A CO V it Tisix-IKBITAHT. A Call ror a Convention of the States or the Mississippi Valley to Con alder the Labor Problem. We cheerfully find place for the following call, and heartily indorse the purposes it has in view: MISSISSIPPI VALLaY LABOB CONVENTION. To the People of the Mississippi Valley: After conference with many persons Interested, and believing that much good may result therefrom, we call upon the people of the States of the Missis sippi valley to meet in convention at Vlcksburg on Monday, the tilth ot May. to take Into consideration the piesent agitation of the labor question. We be lieve that by united action we may be able to adopt such measures as will allay the excitement prevail ing, or which at least will enable us to supply the place of those laborers who have gone or who may hereafter go to the western States. As this Is a mutter of great Importance and one of common Interest, we call upon every county, parish and city In every State In the valley interested In tlie growth of cotton and sugar, to send delegates of both rac;s to this convention, selected from their ablest and most Influential citizens. We also earnestly call upon the colored people to set.d to the conven tion such delegates as they choose to appoint, to Fiartlclpate In its deliberations, and discuss with us ullj and freely the Important quesUons which it will be called upon to determine. J. M. STONE, Governor of Mississippi. JOHN H. WOOL FOLK, President Vlcksburg Cotton Exchange. T. B. BOACH. Cashier of VIcksbuig Bank. GEOBUK 1. KLEIN, Cashier Mississippi Valley Bank. WM. M. WOBTHINOTuN. Mississippi. E. Bichardsnn, D. Mayer. Thomas Blgby, C. E. Wright, L. A. Campbell. J. B. M'Dowell. La., H. C. Myers, Miss., E D. Clark, Mlfs.. J. B. Pei kins, George C. Waddlll, La., John Wllllss, Miss., J. W. Vlv-k, Ml.v,., E. D. Farrar, La.. John A. Buckner. La., V. C. Morehead, Miss , W. B. Plltman, Miss., H. B. Lucas, La., Matt K. Johnson, Miss., K. L. Maxwell. La., G. L. Roney, La , Green Clsy, Miss , Wm. Myers. Miss., A. B. Plttman, Miss , W. B. Richardson, T. E. Richardson, Eugene Martin, B. V. Booth, Wash Lamkln, And many others. I renter, Ilerzog & Co., , Have just received Very beautiful new - black buntings, the handsomest In the city. Beautiful new fichus, wraps, silk dolmans, etc. Specialties in new styles of hats and bonnets. Specialties in Paris hats. Beautiful parasols, just opened, at low prices. Bargains in iron grenadines. Great bargains now at our house. KREMER, HERZOG & CO. " Grand tfatim-e, Thursday, April 17th. Thursday, April 17th. DAUGHTER OF THK REGIMENT. Maria Miss Kate Hannan Countess Mrs. B. M. Mansford Tonio J. O. M'Cllntoek Sulplzlo (Sergeant) A.C. VonGundell Ortensio I. Boascher With full Chorus and Orchestra. Admission, fifty cents; .. reserved seats, twenty-five cents extra. The Greatest Invention of the Age. The "boss" coffee-pot will be on exhibition atH. Wetter & uo. s to-day. Kveiybody in.' vited to call and examine its merits. 8NEED, KENDBICK & M'BEE, Proprietors, Jackson. Tennessee. Elgin polish can be had at the following places: SCHE1BLER ft CO., 203 Main street. T. V WILDER, 2WI Main street. JO. FAS3M N, 353 Mfrin street L GOLi SMITH ft BHO., XI Beale street. MARSH ft CO , Wholesale Agents, No. 347 Main street I am Eeady. Come and buy your Spring Hats. All the latest styles have arrived and stock complete, for old and young, rich and poor. Hats for everybody, and at prices to suit the times Martin Cohen, the hatter, 219 Main street, under worsbam bouse. Blankets beautifully washed at the Navy-yard mission, 98 Promenade street, for one dollar per pair, large size, and seventy five cents for medium and small size. Odorless Excavating; Company. Vanlts emptied at reduced rates. Uf flees, loa Washington and 45 Uadlsoa, Kit f Ullams Blaek, Queer, Isn't It, how fast all smokers are learning that "Duke's Durham" smoking tobacco is the best? Ask roar dealer for it. and take no other. Strawberrv Short-Cake, Willi pure cream, all flarors of ice cream and fruit ices at Floyd's tirand Fra JDlayolo Matinee Saturday, April 19th. Get the Genuine Article. The great popularity of Wilbor'a Com pound of Cod-Liver and Lime has induced some unprincipled persons to attempt to palm off a simple article of their own manufac ture; but any person who is suffering from coughs, colds or consumption, should be careful where they purchnse this article. It requires no puffing. The results of its use are its best recommendations, and the pro prietor has ample evidence on file of its ex traordinary success in pulmonary oomrlaints. The phosphate of lime possesses a most mar velous healing power, as combined with the pure cod-liver oil by Dr. Wilbor. This medi cine is regularly prescribed by the medical faculty. Bold by A. B. Wilbor, chemist, Boston, and all druggists. Greenbrier whisky is made with great care grain all picked and cleaned, water from the finest spring in the county of Rob ertson, and cleanliness is the standing order of the distillery. Grand Matinee Thursday, April 14th. The Daughter of the Regiment. If you would have a good thick head of hair, use llau 8 vegetable Sicilian hair re newer. No other like it. From Distinguished Ed Jennings, M .D Surgeon City hospital, Halifax, N. S. : "Col den a Liebig's liquid extract of beef and tonic invigorator is a very agreeable article of diet. In diphtheria, malarial typhoid fever, and every depressing disease, its use will be found invaluable. The Mammoth Weekly.'Appeal In wrappers, ready for mailing, can be had for five cents per copy. It contains more than double the quantity of reading matter published in any other Memphis weekly. Its news and commercial reports are the fullest, latest and most accurate. The weekly is $2 per year, postage included. Allll'lUftALi iilVMUM. CINCINNATI. April 1A. -River 17 feet 4 Inches, and rising. Weather raining since noon. De parted: Parker, Memphis: Golden Rule, New Or leans. - VICKSBURG, April 10. Blver stationary. Weather raining: thermometer, rti, dee. Up: Colorado, 11a.m. Down: Robert Mitchell, 3 p.m. ST. LOUIS, April 1 A. River fallen 7 Inches. Weather cloudy and cool. Departed; John U. Maude, Vlcksburg. PUBLIC LAWS-BY AUTHORITY. Chanter 163. AN ACT to relieve Augustin Gattlnger from liability wii u? iiuuu vi names a. nust, laie treasurer OI me State of Tennessee. SkcTKI 1. Ka it tnactinl tm theOmml AMtmiM,i of the Stnte of Tmnexxre, That Augustin Gattlnger be relieved from all liability upon the bond of James E. Rnst, late treasurer of the State of Tennessee, ex ecuted November 24. 18H8. massed Marcn 4, 187. J. R. NKAL, Speaker of the Senate. H. P. FOWLKES Speaker of the House of Representatives. Approved March 28, 1 7. ALBERT S. MARKS, Governor. I, Charles N. GIbbs, Secretary of State of the Stat of Tennessee, certify that the above Is a correct copy of an act of toe General Assembly of the State of Tennessee, the original of which is on die In my of- nce. unutLU) n. uitsoa, secreiaiy ot state. Chapter 123. AN ACT to amend an act approved on the 27th of jrenruary, imv. in regsra to tue state LlDrary. SbCTION 1. Be it tnacted tni the Gnteral AxxeiiMn of the Mate of Tennextee, That section 7 of an act approved Febiuary 27, 1879, In regard to the State iiorary, oeso amenuea mat the atiorney-genepal and reporter of the State be permitted to take books from the library upon the same conditions as the fudges of the supreme court. United States indues ana United States district-attorneys, are allowed to uo oy saia act. Sea 2. Be it further enacted. That this act take effect from and after Its passage, the public welfare requiring it. t'aseu aiarcn 14, lsvu. j. h. meal,. Speaker of the Senate. H. P. FOWLKES, Speaker of the House of Bepreee&tatives. Approved March 18, 1H7W. ALBERT 8. MABK9. Governor. I. Charles N. Gibbs. secretary of State of the State of Tennessee, certify that the above Is a cor rect copy of an act of the general assembly of the State of Tennessee, the original of which is an Gle in mj oilic, l,i A3, n. 01D03. secretary or state. Chapter 125. AN ACT to repeal the charter of the town ot Gard ner, in weaaiey county. SUCTION I. He it enacted bu the General Atuembli of the State of IhHKiua. That sections 80, 8 1 , 82, 83, 84, 85. 86 and 87. of an act to Incorporate the town 01 uaynarasvuie ana ior otner purposes, passed February 17, 1870, chapter 69, incoiporat lng the town of Gardner, in Weakley county, be and the same are hereby reoealed. Sec 2. Be it further enacted. That this act take effect from and after its passage, the public welfare requiring it. Passed March 17, 1879. H. P. FOWLKE3. Speaker of the House of Representatives, J. B. NKAL, Speaker of the Senate. Approved March 20, 187U. ALBERT S. MARKS. Governor. I. Charles N. GIbbs. Secretary of State of the State of Tennessee, certify that the above is a correct cotiy of an act of the General Assembly of tbStale of Tennessee, the originator which la on lite in my omce. vuao. . uitsuo, secretary 01 state. .... Chapter 16. AN ACT to repeal the s;t Incorporating the town of HOgersvuie. . 8RCTION 1. Beit enacted tnj the General Anxemblv of the Slate mf Trnnexaee, That section 12 of an act Dassed February 24. 1 870. entitled an act to Incor porate the Memphis Real Estate Association and lor otner purposes, ana oy wnicn section 01 saia act, the town ot Boeersvllle. In tie county of Hawkins. was incorporated, be and the same Is hereby re pealed, and tnecnarteror said town annulled. Sec 2. Be it further enacted. That the mayor and other officers of said town shall, within thirty days alter the passage of this act, deposit all books, rec ords and papers belonging to tbelr offices with the clerk of the county court ot saM county for safe keeping, and said clerk shall keep said books, rec ords and papers as other records are kept; provided, that notblnz bereln contained shall be so construed as to aHect the tenure or term of office of the justice of the peace eier-ted Dy tne qualified voters or said town of Rogersvllle, In pursuance of section 3-J9 of the Code. Sec 8. B it further enacted. That this act take effect from and after its passage, the public welfare requiring it. Passed March 17, 1870. H. P FOWLKIS. Speaker et the House of Representatives. J. R. NBAL, Speaker of the Senate. Approved March 20, 1879 ALBERT S. MARKS. Governrr. I. Charles N. GIbbs. Secretary of State of the State of Tennessee, certify that toe above is a correct copy of aa act of the General Assembly ot the State f Tennessee, lae original or wnica is on nie in my omce. en ta. r. bitiua, secretary oi state. FOK VICKSBUKG. Adanin V. M. Mall Uae Hemphls and tickiftirg -ar Ret a. steamer a.:. it-ii hi UUKCU1UI AJt llu -2V Hark B. Cheek... master I A. L. Cummins.. .clerk Leaves every TUESDAY, at 6 p.m.. For Helena. Friars Point. Concordia. Terrene. Arkan sas City, Greenville and Vlcksburg, as above, con necting at Vlcksburg with the Parlsot Line tor Yazoo river, and with the famous steamer Robert E. Lee for New Orleans. Klving tbroueh bills ot ladlne to all points at lowest rates. Freight for this Line re ceived at R. S. Lee wbarfboat at all times. J. T. WASHINGTON, Agent, No. 3 Madison, or on R. K. Lee Wharfroat. 100 VALUABLE 100 AND Eton! Presents TO BE GIVEN AiTVY. LEUBRIE BROS. Grand Scheme takes plaee May let, Every rurcaaser 01 worm 01 uoous is enntiea mi an Interest In the following lOO Valua ble and Magnificent Present: 1 GRAND SQUARE PIANO, 1 Fine Gold cadies' Watch, 1 Pair Klegam, Bracelets, 5 Pieces Plated-wate, 2 Fine Parlor Clocks. 1 Inlaid Writing Desk, 1 Bolt Irish Linen, 1 lnecs Bleached 10-4 Sheuttng, 2 Bolts Lonsdale Cambric, 1 Beautiful Table Cover, 1 Barrel Finest Flour, 2 Elaborate Jewel Cases, H Pieces Canton Flannel, H Fine Crochet Shawls, 2 Handsome Bed-spreads, 1 0 Barrels of Coal, 5 Klegant Albums, 1 Handsome Table Covta 2 Pair Fine Blankets, 5 Beautiful Toilet Sets, 6 Elegant Bronze Busts, 5 Pair Beautiful Vases, 3 Handsome Liquor SeU, 3 Beautiful Work-boxes, 2 Exquisite Coral Sets, f Coral Necklaces ard Armlets, . 5 Eleeant Ottoman Patterns. 23 Elegant Presents-comprising Fine Plated Jew elry, Jewelry-Boxes, Writing-Desks, eto. tThe Magnificent Presents of this celebrated en terprise are on exniDition at our store, 847 Slain atreet. fMf The Distribution takes place at JHemphla Theater, nay 1st. We defy an one to sell goods cheaper than we do. IEUBRIE BROS. 2-47 3VXalja. St. Come and see ns BOOTS AND SHOES. t3?" Why don't nheea wear aa welt mm they used to?" is often heard. It Is because people are too much Inclined to patronize the so called " Cheap Sale" and "Bankrupt Clorinrf-outs," where shoddy goods are palmed off for the real article. If you want shoes to wear, go where they are known to keep them; and. bv paying a little more, get a gotd article AND SAVE MONET THEREBY. iiifcOiwuarcY Insolvent Notice. 8280 In the Chancery Court of Shelby county, Ten nesseeJohn F. M'Callum, Adm'r of W. D M 'Gal ium, dee'd, vs. Samuel Wlnrree et al. It appearing fiom an order of court In this cause that this is a proceeding Instituted to wind up and settle the estate of w. D M'Callum, deceased, as an Insolvent estate, under the Insolvent laws of the State of Tennessee: It is therefore ordered, That all parties claiming to be creditors of said estate make their appear ance herein, at the courthouse In Memphis. Tenn., within the time allowed by law, and have themselves made parties hereto and file and establish their de mauds, or the same will be forever barred; and that a copy of this order be published once a week, for four successive weeks. In the Memphis Appeal. This 15lb day of April, 1S79. A copy Attest. B. J. BLACK. Clerk and Master. By E. B. M'Hknkt, Deputy Clerk and Master. FlnlayV- Peters. Sols, for Complainant. thu I5ANK.BUPTCY. In the District Court of the United States for the Western District of Tennessee In bankruiitoy In the matter ot Joseph D. M'Craw. bankrupt At Memphis, on this ltltn day of April, 187U. NOTICE Is hereby given to the creditors of said bankrupt, that by order of said District Court a Brat dividend meeting ot the creditors of said bankrupt will be held at Memphis, Tenn., In said district, on the 29th day or April. I87. at 11 o'clock a m , at the office or T. J. Latham. Esq., one of the Registers in Bankruptcy in said district, for the purposes named in the 27tli section of the act ot congress, entitled "An act to establish a uniform system of bankruptcy throughout the United Slates," approved March 2, 18t7. a. W. OTIS, Assignee, nrO Zellner y V I & co., I . .'. i ' r . CORNER : y Main & Madi?on, LADIES' DEPARTMENT! AT- WM. FR MEfe CO' SPECIAL OFFERING THIS WEEK SPUING SILK SUITS! Colored Bunting and Black Caslimere Suits, Percale, Linen and Lawn Suits, Spring Piclius, Circulars, Ulsters. Etc., Etc. ALSO, COMPLETE LINES OF MISSES' AJiD CHILDREN'S PIUE, LINEN AND WORSTED SUITS! ULSTERS AND Sl'lUXCi 8ACO.UES. SPECIAL ATTENTION CALLED TO OUB Lames in ladie' Chemises Plain, fumbroideretl and Lace-trimuieil, Ladles ttowiis Plain, Embroidered and JLaoe-triiumed, Ladies' .DrawersPlain, Embroidered and Lace-trimmed, Ladies Skirls Plain, Embroidered and Lace-trimmed. Handsome Underwear in seta. Handsome Hacques for Street and House-wear Plain. EMBROIDERED AND LACE-TRIMMED MISSES' and CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR Immoxiso Variety. rorsrt-Covrs, Pillow-Shams, I.aee Bed tt?ta, Laru MetH ror 'hll(1ren's Brdt, Infants' Jtretonne and Val La.e Capra, I fantH' Lace and Embroidered Knbes, Infanta' J'lafn unit Km bruldered Ml I pa, Jnraatv' Unc MklrtH, Cuildren'a Kirst fekort Dreaaea, Children's Liax Vrcsaea, Ktc, i;tc. tW AH the abore goods are New, made after the Latest Pattern?, and offered AT POPULAR PR1C1S.3 WM PRANK & BEE M'CMTHY'S $! BOARF FOB SPRING WEAR, IN HANDSOME EFFECTS. ALSO, FULL LINE OF Handkerchiefs, Fancy Half-Hose, Collars, New Scarf-Rings and Pins ISnSIIIKTJS MADE TO ORDER A SPECIALTY. 235 and 235 Main, Sign Star Shirt, Memphis. a'nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnWnWnaMannnMnjBB SILKS! SILKS! S uWIImTHI ORIENTAL FOULARD SILKS! DAMASSEE SILKS, WATERED STRIPED SILKS, SATIN STRIPED SILKS, LYOKS BLACK SILKS, liLACK ANI COLORED SATIJSS. Ms, l'OXPEH, CaMPASA, AFGHAN, CAITCIN, PALMYRA REM I Ell, ETC. This comprises the largest line or Milks ever brought to litis market, and will be sold at exceptional low prices. B. LOWENSTEIN & 100 CASES BOLLINGER DRY EXTRA, (Pints and Qnarta.) ah JaUaest Chajapaznes Imparted. lOO CASES SEED'S GILT-EDGE TONIC. 100 CASKS OF GUINESS'S STOUT-Pints. lOO Casks Allsopp's Ale Pints and Qts. All IHreet front Abroad Oar own Importing;. WB HAVE BK3IDE3 COESTANTLY ON PENNSYLVANIA, KENTUCKY At LOWKB PRICES then Bo J9 8 EMMES & CO. ASDBKW STEWART, AXDDEIV Aew Orleans, STEWART, WHOLESALE GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS Nos. 356 cai .358 Front St., Memphis, Tenn. - Stewart Brothers & Go Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, Kew Orleans, Louisiana. HARDWARE ! WE HAVE IN 8T02K THE MOST COMPLETE AND LARGEST STOCK OF Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, Fishing-Tackle ! Tlanterb Hoes. Traces, Haines. Blind-bridles and Collars. Singletree, Back hand., riowliue, Cle rises, kept iu tliii market, Agents fop Fil'Cormick's Mowers & Reapers and SKLF-mMIi II It VOTERS. Avery llown, Wm. CI ore" Plow, and Blooofa Uennln ITrle Plow. Hteam aiacklnery and I'lttlnxa. Ileltinc and Parkin-. JSlaekamitha' and Varpentera' To la. Iroa and Hlecl. ORGIIX BROTHERS & CO. 310 tmcL QXO 3E7Vron-t S-txG3"t 3V3Coxxx-la.lei W. A. WIL.LIAJI1S. WIJLILIAEIS & OO MAX UF ACTUKF.W S OF LUMBER, SHINGLES iifJfl LATH BOORS, SASH AND BUNDS, FRUIT AID PACKING-BOXES! OFFICE AND YAf D : ('onifir (iayoso aucl Second Sis. Worsted Walking Suits, r TTi- H riTirrrnm CO., 249 MAIN IN. PCLKA DOT FOULARD SILKS ! BROCADED SILKS, FANCY STRIPED SILKS, SILKS FOR VESTINGS, Hew Colors HAND AN IMMENSE STOCK OK STRAIGHT AND TENNESSEE WHISKIES, ever before ottered In this Market. 1. GWVXXE, P. U.HA1I.KY, aienpbls. Memphis GWYM ASO II. K. 1L.AIX SAW-MILL AND YARD North Front Street, Tonuoeeoo" BROS.