THE MEMPHIS APPEAL-SU3STr).Y. MAY 25. 1879.
f RELIGIOUS SERVICES TO-DAY
T. MARY'S CATHEDRAL. Services at U and
i um., una v p.m.
KRMAN LUTHERAN CHURCH If athington
"wfc-eemoM at 10:30 a.m.
'TvLVAEY CHURCH. Services at 11 vm. and
v. 8 p.m. Eundar-scbool at 8 a.m.
TVTHANUIL CHUBCH Bcale street. Divine ser
.1. vice at 11a.m. and 7 p.m. (Sunday-school at
Tj KHNANDO STREET M. K. CHURCH. Preacn--CL
lng at 1 1 a.m. and 7:30 P in. by the pastor,
Bev. J. C. Hook.
TVTBMPHIS BETHEL Adim utreet, corner
J-T-L Oharinton avenue. Sunday-school every Sun
day at 2 UJO p.m.
THIRD CUMBERLAND PR7.SBYTERI1N
CHL KCR CheUea Services at 1 1 a.ra., by
Iter. I. H. Padgett.
ALABAMA STB EFT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Services at 11 a in. by Dr. J. O. Steadman.
bunday-echool at 9 a.m.
"TMHRrj PRESBYTERIAN CT1URCH Chelsea treet
J. Servient at II a.ri. by Rev. K M. Richardson,
pastor. Beats tree to all.
GRACE EPISCOPAL CHUKCH TJrrnamlo lree1
Rev. Dr. Daizell, rector. Services at 11 a.m.
Sunday-school at 3:30 p.m.
PROVTDEVCE CHAPEL Central PoitU. Pastor.
J. A. Merrlvxeather. Services at 11 a.m., 3 and
7 p.m. Sunday-school at 1 ::io p.m.
CHELSEA BAPTIST CHUBCH.-Berv!oes at It
a. in. and 7:15 p.m. by t'jo j.wtor. Rev. W. H.
b&fksdale. Sunday-school at 9:30 a.m.
FIRST PBE3BTTEBIAN CHURCiI. Corner 01
Tliirdanrt I'crjar dree'. bervlces at 11a.m.
iu.d 8 p.m. by the pastor, Htv. Eugene Daniels.
T ATJDERDALE STREET PRESBYTERIAN
Ji CHURCH Services at at 11 a.m. by Rev. Air.
R'-iwa, and at 8 p.m. by Rev. S. Laucrum, D.D.
aHORQIA STREET METHODIST CnUliCH.
Prenchlng at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. by tue pastor,
mkj. 3. D. bleart. Sunday-school at U:30 S.IU.
Q AFKAEAN3 8TBEET M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH.
J Preaching at 11 a.iu. and 7 -SO p.m. by tbe pas
tor, iter, x. C. Holmes. Sunday-school at u:UO a in.
itKNTBAL BAPTIST CFnmTDL-Servlces at U
am. by Kev. lr. Landrum, and ut 8 p.m. by
I'.'ST. Xbos. J. Kowau. b'.iuday school at U:'iO 8-m.
"TTIRST BAPTIST Cnvncn.-Second tlreet, be-A-
lux Atiainsuud Has King ton. Services at 1J
H.m. and 8 p.m. Morning subject, "Christian
THIRST METHODIST CHURCH - Second ttreet,
JL1 near Puj.lar.tmnlces at 1 1 a.m. and 8 p.m.
Sunday-school at :.-t0 a.m. Rev. R. ii. Mahou,
TTNIOX STREET METHODIST CHUBCH-Ser-vj
vice ut 1 1 a.m. and 8 p.m. by tlio paslor, Rev.
"W. T. Harris, Suuday-school at U am. Seats tree;
T INDBN 8TBEET CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sun--
JLJ day-school at t a,m. Lira's Supper at 10:il0
a-m. Preaching at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. by the pas
tor, Bev. J. il. Trlble.
SECOND PRE3BYTEBIAN CHUBCH Corner of
Maxn anil lieale ttreeOt. Services at 11 a. in. and
8 p.m. tit Rev. J. W. Hoyt, D.D., ot Nasuvlllo. Spe
clid serlogs at 4 p.m.
("irruRcn or the sood shepherd jtih
J strrnt, Che.ltea. Sunday-school at U a.ro., mora
lly prayer and sermon at 10:30 a.ru. Seats tree.
Rev. A. J. Y eater, tutor.
rXUSTBEBLAXO PRIHBYTERI AN CHURCH
V iAKtrt tlrtr.y Saobain-echwd at il SO a.m. 8er-
jpnw&i ii a. in. and m i ni. Dy itev. J. w. romaex
ter, D. D., ot Sherman, Texa.
CENTRAL BAPTI3T CHURCH (COLORED)
VV Cautty ttreel, brtioeen lAittten arul toiUotoc.
Srvlcea at 11 am.. a and 70 p.m. Bev. James
AU, pastor. Sunday-school at 1 p.m.
SIXTH STREET M. R. CDTURCn Corner of
isixlh atui Jaeknon Hrettn, fort Pickering.
PieachliiK at 1 1 a.m. and 8 p.m. Hunday-tchool at
f -m. Prayer niwttiig ut 8 p.m. Wednesday. B. If.
Tiller, pastor. ,
ST. PETER'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Fathers
M'Keely and O'Dwjr will open a mission at this
church to day, at 10::0i o'cloclc, with solemn fclh
nmss: serniou by Katbrr U t'tely. Vespers at 8 p.m.,
frlliWtHl bv Iprture bv Kb h-r O'Dwrpr.
GBASI P1CSIO t
FOB TbB BUMKFIT OF
ST. JOSEPH'S CHUBCH!
Under the auspices of the Italians of Memphis and
it. Joseph's benevolent Society,
AT JAUE3 PARK,
OH BOIVOAV HAY ftO, 1870.
Tickets, 50 cents. Ladles, free.
CoMnTB OP AttRANGEVENTH M. FltZtTf raid, P.
Coli!jim. R Biichlifnaul, Cznsa&, P. Sioyau, T.
R. I'arudl, A. Vajcaro, Capt. Aral a.
liMm 1Tanoh3- J. Sullivan, Charles Kopplano,
A. B. Vacc iru.
Which oocurs on Wf.UXKsDAY, HAY
28th, will be celebrated by abauuet and musical
entertainment at the PEABODY HOTEL. Supper
at 8.30 p.m., in large dln'.ngroom.
yAmlMlnn bv srwc'ijl lnvUallon only.
JIXT ASXUAL riCMU
K5IG11IS OF IJMSFaIL,
At Eatlral Park, Tacadajr, Jane 3.1879
TICKEIS, FIITY CENTS. LADLES FREE!
- MrslpriT Pmf. Arnold' Bn.,
FRAME HOU8E, CHWAP 184 Beale, with lot;
brings S10 montblv; Is on nf rth side, w"t of
jVelllnalon st. w. A WHBATLEY, 281 Main.
m SbtTAUE I have a v-iy prtty ootmeon M'Le
V more avenue that I wdl cell t some responsible
irsou, on monthly rwynienis ot J? 10 Apply lo
MINI Kd PARKER, iterO ront St.
TO H a few rood fsnvly lniUh cows, cheap,
j uo. .luaiars. iitr. nsnuo. ai ss.
O-j AAA CASH Will buy a House In South
Memphis. I. D. CON AWAY,
No. 8 MadHon street.
ODA KOUNTA1N No. 1 so.la Kuntnln, slightly
u.Tt-4, vi-ry low: must be sold. Apply to
c. W. JONK.S CO.. 257 Wain street.
Q0T KOCMAIN-At 423 Main street, comer ot
iLAB-WUOD At our mill In uavy-yarl.
O R. L. COOURAN CO.
-J HNtilNK AND )U)ILF.R-We are authorized :to
S'j o(Tf Ht a cood b-tig .tu one So-horse power eu
Kinn and liller eomple'.e. Cash or city acceptance,
t1 h sU lr ceut. adiiel. Can be seen nt our rouu-clr-
R 4NDLE LIVKHMORE.
Tt V" U ' !lEd r':,"d uu PreTikiimt's island; alsoi
')JJ VM( acres ljln on both sides ef the sils
p;tp,l; rl ajd Trnuessre railruad, fil-j miles from the
mi. For further paitu-uiars, adJiess P. 11., eare
Hill. Fontaine A Co., Memphis. Tennessee.
A NICK coUi'H ttl ileersliHttiL Hnrlnifi Chenn.
For Information, aiiply to Mrs. R. L. C. Bostlck.
FranMI". Tenn.. or N. C Perkins. Memphis, 'lenn.
B"" ILLIARI TAHLtS-lo close jTusinoss. three
Hiilmrd Tables-Best Alauuluclure at No.
4 1 Jelrersonstreet.
XKDAR H'Lt:) and Htn posts, by
w. k. l,akm., i.arKinsviiie, Aia.
'fQT$ FOB SALK A V MuKKaT A cost, teU-KrapU
U and exprew station, on the Tennessee Coal
Raiiroau, in snrion connty, reiin., at an elevation
til yiOl tfi above the sen: varied and bemitlful
wnery, pure lnviRomtinK a'r, Irmlom from niBla
ria, xd society, superior schrxd facilities. No case
of yellow-fever or cholera hits ever occurred, Indige
nous or imporceii-im may be said of the whole Cum
tMtr'nnd plateau. This tact alone commends it to
northerner lesWns home for the summer. Seferal
ou nave oef-n so in nd twotleiraul eottanea com
pleted. For price ot lots nud terms, address
E. O. NOIULRST,
Tracy City, Tennessf e.
"JTNUINK -2(-borsrt power entine Had toller, very
l j low. f ui0 jnyuvMiK fiaiiLiiiK v 1'iiofi-seea.
J. V. r A i KICK., Meini MIs (ilns.
1TZFELD 3 noin
xi.iosive bea4iliiht oil: puie
mm chimneys; jjanronn erasive iniui.
2!1.J S KCON D STREET,
T ROC'iilY A ra;clisnce lor a man witu small
-Cy1 pi 11 to siari to n..-. .una umiium inn-
n. uiirwii given iorseiprnt. audit at
7 4 J onersuu sire t. j . ci r. w A kt a CO,
TO KICK thipixMl cheapby river or railroad. Ieave
I J orders at John A. xienie's. HdJ Front slreeL
lartro concessions will le umde on orders for irood
baliuonBrlck, suitable for ihliuneys or setting boll-
eio. ii n. r. ei rua
Are now prepared to sell
And all kinds ef
AMI P.IPEK BA;
From now till the
Drives and Jobi which will do
CH,S. HERZOG & BRO.,
300 Main street.
CLOSIMt out SALE !
MTOCK VIIOCEIIIEH A. F1XTCRES,
FOB SALE, FOB CASH.
Thursday, Hay XOtb, at lO o'clock sum.
CHAS. POTTEB 4 CO., 322 Front St.
A. B. Fran Wand, Auctioneer.
'r?-All accounts and notss mt paid by June 1,
187W. will be placed in the hands of our attorneys.
Scales A Winchester. No. 39 Madison street, for col
lection Elegant Farlor, Dlnlcjrroom, Bedroom
and Kitchen Furniture,
AT ACCTIOX. By A. K. FBASKLASD,
AT 179 SECOND STBEET.
Friday Jlornlmr, May 30, at lO o'clock.
It con prises the furniture of ten rooms, as good
n rew. fa!e positive, ns the parties are leaving the
city. A. E. FHANKL AND. Auctioneer.
TO MY FK1EMIS AD PATEUJS.
In order to advar eo tbe bat interests of my busi
ness In Memphis, lam called temporarily to New
York. My business will be continued at the old stacd,
Si. lOS aiala Street, Webster Itloek,
under the Financial and Business Management of
my son, MOBRIS J. FRANKLAND. Major J. R.
M'DONALD will attend to all Auction Business In
trustt d to the house. Thankful for past favors, I
respectfully ask a continuance of same.
tS In and out-dcor business attended to with
promptness and di-patch.
Eer- Consignments solicited.
(Sf Ample room for all klnas of storase goods.
Bespectfnlly. A. B. FRANKLAND.
VALUABLE BUSINESS L'T Southeast corner
Second and Commerce streets, for term of
yea's. Valuable bu."lne-i Louse. Apply to or ad
dress WILL. 8. BROOKS, care Appeal.
STB AVE D.
MULES-One larfru horse mule; no shoes; sore
on one siioulder; and one large dark i in are
mole; one shae on left hind foot. Ketun to
T. A. DIVINE CO.,
e oipnr Hernando and Vance, ai.d be rewarded.
ClOVV-May 9tha white-and-red speckled cow.
J wli.hlno boles bored In her horns; had a bell
on. A reward will be paid for her return to 107
KniTf tret. C'hli.
00W3 ANDCALs" f 10 RE WARD On Thursday,
Mav Ktn. 4 eows and oDe calf; one iBme straw-berry-ci
loied row; 1 white cow, with red head; 1 red
cow, witn white face; 1 red muley cow, hmvy with
cair, If nuf calved, and 1 red yearling; ten dollars
rewarii io tbe finder of them alL
Mm. B. RYAN. :t Second street. Chelsea.
DK. J D. WHITE. 380 Main street, cures, Piles,
Fistula and other Rectal Diseases. No hind
nR F:. A. wniTK hss again opened his VAPOR
BATH INFIRMARY, tor medical treatment, at
132 Desoto street
0. J. R. POWELL, DENTIST,
a i utn conn streec
R. C. BASKKHVILLE,
PHYSICLAN AND BUKOKON.
Offl. 20.X Main. Residence. 481 Shelby.
FOU UU LEAE.
rpHR MEJCPHU FOUNDRY AND MACBINB
X SHOP-Including large ai d valuable grounds,
buildings and machinery. The tools sr (po.1 and
In good order, embracing in tub Foundry two Cu
paloes, one 10-ton Crane, and one Rotary Blower,
Cleaning and Blacking Mill etc
In tdk Macuink Shop Two Iron Planers, two
Engine Lathes, two Drill Presses, two Bolt Cutters,
ODe Iron Punching Machine, Railing Machine, etc.
In thk Pattern Sanp-One Fay S Co. Scroll Saw,
two Wood Lathes, one Splitting Saw and Table.
Thk Miitivb Powku Is one 20-hiuse Engine, with
four fln-d Holler, Pumps, Tank, Sbsttlng. Hangers
and Pullles complete. For price and terms, address
us at Memnrtls. Tenn. J. K. FRANK ft CO.
aW3-4tfe miles on tbe old Raleigh rrad, May
1 ilth, two cows. Owner can have sums by prov
ing property and paying etiargi-s
COWS AND CALK On loth Inst.. fourcOHs and
one heller calf; a'so one cow on the 20th. Ap
ply at second to J-gaie. Poplar street
GOW AND CALF'- Hed-and-wblle spotted, with
bell on, which the owner can have by proving
roperty and pajlog charges. Inquire at 108 Ala
CXJW A luive size brlndleeow. with a call 4
J months old, which the owner can have by pay
ing ohm ges and proving prsiTty. Chas. Bojde, ool
rl. Bass avenuo. two rnllei fiom cltv.
rpo BORROW f 800 OD good sf curity. with collat
Jl. erul, at 8 pet cent, A ldiess
MONF.Y, Appeal orace.
f TWO (list-class liavellnz Salesmen for Mlsls
X slppl and Arkansas; none but expe'lenctd dry
goods and clothing men ne-d apply. Ad 'res
WHOLESALE, this office.
TWO MALE NURSES (white or colored) at the City
Hospital, by DK. LAURENCE.
fUTY PUPll.S-To enter a good summer school,
J ten miles from the rul'road, out of the reach of
yellow-fever. Board only S3 to ST- Music by a good
Memphis teacher at only 3 per month best terms
In Tennessee. Tbe trustees will not admit pupils
from trie towns Infected with yellow-fever last year,
after June 10th. Addiess Dr. W. T. MACL1N or O.
V. HAYS, Cairo, Tennessee.
MPLOYMKN I A first-class coachman, with the
best city references: understands taking care
cf horses and ganientrg; wlsnes employment and
will make himself useful. Address
F'RKD. MAY Kit. Apreal office.
HI l K UlKL F'or general housework In a fam
ily of two. at 474 Shelby street
OiVC SALivoMAN icr eacn b.'aie. tHlary S7& to
55100 per month and expenses; rete'ences le-Q;iu-9d.
LA 3KI.LK M'F'ti CO, Chicago.
ON K Salesman lu each Mate to sell our goods.
Salary S1OU0 a year. TRIUMPH MANUFAC
TIJRINU CO . 1 1 rt Monroe street. Chicago.
LADIES' HA IS TO RESHAPE,
at wuoDY E AR'S, 2o0 Second street
ALOON To sell saloon and boardjnghouse very
tow. inquire oi uarpman a. uro., z.itl main sl.
PAKASOL8 To le-cover. re-llne or repair, at the
New York Paiasol Shop, 192 Main street, near
Washington. Practical psiasnl makers.
rpUOTllNG ST A LLluNS FOR SEASON OF 1879.
JL "Bi.rs hrss," bv P.ysdtck a Hamlitonian
dam by Long Island Black Hawk.
"Cou JkFKK.son," by Dr. Hen's Mambreno
Pctchen; dam, Lady Jefferson. We also have a very
large Maltese Jack. We are prepared to graze
Slock. HUGH D. AND JuHN R. GRRER.
8U miles southeast of city.
RESIDENCE 114 Market St.; 7 rooms; will take
rent In board. W M HUMPHRE YS1204Jf ront,
H0USE-R0OUS-A very desirable furnished
hoii-e; also roons for storing furniture; very
secure. Apply at fi'jtt Main street
ON I U MOUNTAIN Large bou-e for hotel or
boardlnehouse; terms low. Addretsat once
H. R. FAIRBANKS. S-wanee. Tenn.
BKt'Ri i iM w ith furnttuie for sale, corner Main
and Madison, over Louisville ticket ofllce. Ore
of the most pleasant rooms in the cltv, with all con
veniences. Apply to W. A. WHEAtLEY.
HOUSE Aid anyor nil of a complete set or par
lor, olnlng-room, kitchen, and six sets of bed
room furniture lor sale at a sacrl Bee Anplyat
179 SECOND bTRKET.
CVJl TAUK-Slx rooms and kitchen. In excellent
J repair, at Looriey's switch, Pernandoroud, Ap
ply on premise, comer Lauderdale and Broadway
streets, or at Room No 3, 300 F'roi.t stieet
FURNISHED BOARDINUHOUSE Centrally
located. Address A. P., Appeal ofllce.
H0U.-r AND FURNITURE-Centrally located;
man and wife will board with the occupant.
Address No. 8 Mulberry street
ROOMS Pleasant sleeping looms and office,
4:HS Madison. J.J. LOCKART. 431fr Madison.
"L.HiMS Furnished ir unfurnished; suitable also
JL V ror ramilles to noiiseneep. 101 JFFFERSON.
CRNISHKD iiPOlis-With or without board
l. Urt Ttll'dsfeet
KWLY lL rN'tHl-ti ROOMS Cheap to gen-
iiemei n o-ieic noose. K4 Mulperry street
KOTfl. AMI ItOAKI).
C COD BAbD At 308 Second St.;. also furnished
V rooms to rent. Mrs. EDWARDS a CURTIS.
BAILKY bl'RiNGS Those amlung summer board
at reasonaPle rales, lu a healthy location, con
venient to me city, wun anunaanceor amusements,
and every facilliy ef communication and travel, and
absolute exemption firm epidemic t Iseases, should
corresponq wuu r.i.i.ia ar cu., Bailey bprlngs, Ala.
IVOO WS -Two nice riirnllied rooms, with or ltt
V outboard. Ht 1k7 Washington street
EdlRABtK ROOM With boarn. at
72 COURT STBEET.
ENTLF.M AN AND WIFE-Or two gentlemen
VJT can get a beatitltul. nnturnlshed room and good
uoaru wan a private laniuy, in a pleasant locality,
convenient to street cars, at 815 per month.
AdJrees W. p. II., Appeal office.
IOARIIKUS A few geutlemen day-boarders at
J union street Terms moderate.
ROOMS Elegant front and back rooms, with
board, chii be had at 431 SHELBY STREET.
Day-boairers also wanttd.
HOO M 3 Flrei-claas7wii.il good board. Terms
moderate. At 104 MARKET ST.
IJOOliS Desirable rooms and good board at
J- H 89 J EKr F.RSON
O.iMS-SuUot front rooins, with board,atlll
Court street. Day bnanters wanted.
iIRrif-CLASS rooms, wlih or without board.
i erms veivmoiierHte. No. 34 Mulberry.
To the Public!
WE propose to keep a LIVERY during the
season, and will keep constantly on hand a
number of No. 1 Saddle Horses and teams, at terms
to suit tho time, kivb ns a call. Also will keep a
good assortment of Horses and Mu'ea on hand for
11. J. A. I'llKXIiSTA
JwHIT E3LLA.?D'S Patent Record
fne hinhari aekij,M,nint in k. r . I
Gold Pens and the result of experiments for more
th.it twenty years. The "RECORD" Pen it
produced by a skillful combination of the two
precious and non-corrosive metilt; 10 A-r. Gold
and I'latiuuwn, while the ordinary geld pen con
ta,n,.?,,""' of copper, reducing ita fineness with
outyiold.no that elasticity, density and itaol like
temosr which the costly l'tattnum tuDnl.es. Th
"RtCOliO" Gold Pen Joits ,rl of thi be."
Jrultutn. (Diamonds,) indestructible with fail
treatment, and polished to glass like smoothness,
i ;a2?. f n wr,trs have now every objection to
folj ftirly overcome, and every requirement in a
en Istiicn will endure and not oxidize, aquarels
mat Tho " RECORD" Gold Pen Is guaranteed to
ro.iis Durability, Permanency ot Spring anr)
Pjnaction of Point Pries. o!l bv all Jew
olars and Stationers in the United Ststes. If not
found cn!tr direct from .i .V Hal.T,AXI,
Manufacturer, J 'J '. 4tK tt., Cincinnati.
TO 31H KAIW HT.. MKMrillS
1NCHEASKD fRclll'les, and will sell homo-made
goods, wholesale mid retail, lower than any house.
- o i " f- I
We bave another consignment of
1249 Bxs. LEMONS!
Jast landed, in line condition,
from Steamship "GRAY."
We hare adopted the plan of
repacking all our Lemons, so
that when thf j leaTe ns thej ;
are In a perfectly sound
Ho. 1 Lemons, : $2,25 to $2.75
Fancy, Stylish, : $3.00 to $3.25
State Exactly ths Kind You Want
AND THE I'UtCfS.
Jesse Forrest will donate tbe pross receipts
of his stable to day to tbe B. P. Anderson
The drop in the cotton market cast a
shade of e loom ever many a '"bull" yester
day. Friday nigbfc next tbo ben fit tendered
to the ushers will cocie off at the Memphis
To-day a change in tbe lur.niog-time
over the Louisville nil read lakes p'ace on a
To morrovr the no Dual picnic for the
beneSt of St. Joseph's church will come off
at James patk, under the auspices cf the
Italian residents of the city.
Dick Taylor's treat book, new Sea'Mes,
Mother Shipton's Prophesies, nod Muhl
bach's novels, at N. Williams & Co. "a, head
quarters in the trade, 279 Main street.
Ii there a person in the Taiinsr-Diatrict,
who witnessed the ireat fireworks display on
the last fourth of July, that will tef'use to
contribute to a more magnificent exhibition
on the coming fourth ?
The Memphis and Charleston railway
company is now running elegant and com
modious sleepers through to Lynchburg. Vir
ginia, making only one change between
Memphis and Washington City.
Menken Brothers retail casli sales on
last Friday were sixteen hundred and forty
nine dollars and ninety-Eve cents, five per
cent, of which amount eighty-It rea dollars
was turned over to the committee of the
B. P.Anderson fund yetterday morning.
Yesterday, in the case of the general
creditors' bill rs. the c:,ry, the lawyers sub
mitted their papers to Judge Baxter, from
which papers a certificate of division wili ba
made by Judges Baxter and Hammond. The
announcement will be made to-morrow mc ru
ing. A musicale and outdoor festival for the
benefit of the Alabama street Presbyterian
church will be given Friday, May 30th, at the
grounds of Mr. J. C. Johnson, Poplar street
bouievard. Admission, twenty-five cents.
Everybody wis anxiously nwa:tmg tho
decision of the supreme court in tbe Taxing
District cases yesterday. At the headquar
ters of the new government the authorities
were cn the anxious seat. As one of them
said to our reporter, "I want to know
whether I am a ' vassal or a peer.' "
The Appeal business office, press-room
and editorial cfliccs are undergoing many
improvements. Our patent bouncer for
loalera has been put in thorough repair, and
ii ready lor business. The G. L. B. is await
ing the next co-ner who comes to talk an
Appeal man ta death during business hours.
The three blls, or pawnbroker's ein,
hang out in several portions of the c.ty.
"My Uncle" is ready to advance a small
nmount on any valuable piece of jewelry.
They may be thoved up" under the late act
of the legislature, making pawnbrokerage a
On Maifestday, a girl named Jeonie Wil
kine, while out buggy-riding with a friend,
was accidentally thrown out, and the buggy
wheels ran over her head. Since that lime
she has been in a dangerous condition, and
last evening she died at her reiiJenc, at the
bagnio of Ella Riordan, on Causey street
The Memphis Light Guard?, Captain
Wooldridge commanding, 7ere out drilling
on the btreets last evening, and in ncdress
uniform. The toys went through the mar.
nal and company drill in fine riyle while in
front of tho Appeal office. Tiie company
contains some ot the very best material, either
for peace or war.
Strict attention to the public's wants is
the reason of Maosford's success. At his
book and news depot, 293 Main street, you
will always find the very latest in the book,
stationery and news line. Having a large
trade, goods are received daily. Seaside and
kindred cheap publications a specialty. Go
there and purchase your Sunday reading.
ForSundayreadinir matter go to Lieben's
book and news depot, 236Vj Main street. He
bus all the n:n ,'aziues for June, also the peri
odicals for the week, and dailies of the latest
dafp. He also has the book on tho discussion
of tho Inherent Immortality of the Soul, be
tween M. O'iiyan and Hon. John D. Adams;
price twenty-five cents. Billy will close at
one o'clock sharp.
A mission will open up to-day at St.
Peter's (Catholic) cathedral, under Father
M'Feely and Father O'Dsvyer, of Louisville,
Kentucky. The mission will open at half
past eight o'clock in the niornmi?, followed
by a lecture. At eight o'clock in the evening
vespers will be celebrated, followed by a ser
mon. The mission is given in order that the
faithful may have an opportunity to make
We noticed the "Boulevard," the new
style photograph card, yesterday, at the Cot
tage gallery, which to ns appears like an elon
gated photograph of about seven inches in
length by two and a half inches wide, and is
a beautiful improvement on the old stylo to
lesftn the size cf the picture, whilo at the
same time the ppacn for displaying a full
figure is enlarged. We predict a run on this
atyle of card here, as is now being erjoyed
by our larger sister cities.
On Friday night laat, at Kerrvillo, in .
this county, the residence of Dr. William A.
Caswell was destroyed by fire. But little
was saved from tbe burning dwelling. JJr.
Caswell and family were asleep at the time,
and it was with difficulty that their lives !
were saved. Dr. Caswell lest many valuable
relics, which are impossible to replace. This
is the fifth house burned in the neighborhood
within two months. The fire was evidently
the work of an incendiary.
The ticket for a fashionable weddine.
which cornea off on Tuesday evening, have
teen issued. Thev were printed by S. C.
Toot & Co., and tLe public unites in pro
nouncing them the most tasty and b?auulul
cards ever printed ia JVInnpbis. They were
engraved expressly for tue occasion, and we
are authorised to say that the parties who
sent out the tickets fcave received many let
ters congratulating them on the beauty ot
tbe wedding tickets which have been issued.
A grand binquet and musical entertain
ment will rte given under the auspices of the
Irit-h literary society, at tho Peabody betel,
on Wednesday eveuincr next, in boner of
Tom Moore's centem.ry, v.-hich falls on that
duy. Some of Moore's melodies will bp
sun.? on the occasion by Miss Emma Eth
rile, MUs Jennie Barry, Mrs. Manutord.
Mn-a Mollie WNainarra, and many others of
our leading vocaliats. The melodies are to
be accompanied by Prof. Kartch cn the
Eiaoo, and by Mrs. Captain Tobin on tbe
arp. The occasion will no donbt be worthy
of the memory of the sweet "Bard of Erin,"
and an honor to the Irish citizens of Mem
phis. Admission is to be had only by special
During the past week marriage licenses
were issued to the following named persons:
Whites. U. Klingman and Mrs. Mary B.
Hoist, John Jahnke and Miss Ernestine Ker
chuebel, Joe Kallentron and Mrs. A. E. Mail,
Thomas J. Glaccy and Miss Annie Cionan,
Albert F. Spain and Miss Emma Steaud, W.
J. Brennan and Miss Cecilia Massa. Col
ored. Daniel Thompson and Annie Burrell,
Thomas Etbs and Sillie Walker, Joe Redout
and Mrs. Jane Miller, Adam Caldwell and
Annie Fields, C. Turpin and Sallie Pentes,
Thomas Porter and Matilda M'Duff.
At Elm wood and Calvary cemeteries the
graves of tho old Eluff City Grays (Forrest's
old regiment of cavalry) will be decorated
by their sutviving comrades. Twenty-six of
the boys sleep at Elmwood, one at Calvary,
while scores of them sleep away on the hills
and down in tha valleys cf Tennesse, Ken
tucky and Alabama. The Bluffs, one hun
dred sad four in number, went from this
city and fiist entered the infantry service
and belonged to the One Hundred and Fifty
fourth tenior regiment, but later were
mounted and transferred to Forrest's cavalry
regiment. They went through, the war and
saw in it all that was worth seeinj in the
front of many a bloody battle and fierce
skirmish. '; "
The building known as the Memphis
Theater, on Jeffereon street, between Third
and Fourth, was sold at public outcry, by
order of the chaacery court, in front of the
courtboute, at noon yesterday, to Leu
brie Bros., for ten thousand one hun
dred dollars. The structure was built
expressly for a theater, and- was opened
to the public in 1828, . since which
time it hss been the leading theater of our
city. During last year its rental was three
thousand dollars, and it has rented as high as
six thousand dollars per annum within the
last ten years. Tbe building is well adapted
fxr the purposes desicrned. The sale was for
one-fourth cash and the balance on six,
twelve and 'eighteen months credit. Very
little spirit we manifested by the bidden,
do advance of a hundred dollars at a time
following after eight thousand dollars was
announced, with one or two exceptions. It
is understood that Messrs. Davey & Brooks
v-ill lease tha Theater for the ensuing dra
matic seafon or year, paying tbr3e thousand
dollars per annum rnt for the same.
The following is the mortuary report for
the v-eck encing at six o'clock Saturday
evf-nicfr. May 21. 1879:
Sex. ! Color. Distai e.
Int" of Plckitt.
F. Williamson. .
H. U C.ee
M. Beecher .
Infant ot Smllh.
white tub men.
white jchol. lnfcn.
jwhlte icliol. Inan.
iwhite Icon, fever,
jwhlte oil. fever.
i cored ;th. pulmon.
coi eu uruwueu.
cored lucU. wound,
cored ,car. dropay.
col'ed . or. dls. heart
col'ed 'chol. lnfan.
col'ed still born,
col'ed, In. debility.
Distribution of Deaths by Wards First,
3; second, lj third, 0; fourth, 0; fifth, 1;
sixth, 1; seventh, 0; eicbfh, 5; ninth, 2;
tenth, 2. City hospital, 3. Still-born, 2.
Whites, 7; coloretl, 11. Total for the week,
IS. B. H. COLLI ITS, M. D.,
Secretary Board of Health.
, NoTniNG has ever been discovered to equal
Dr. C. M'Lane's celebrated vermifuge for
riding the human constitution of worms. It
never fails is simple and very inexpensive.
Every druggist keeps it, but see the came of
" Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh," on tho wrap
per, or you are being deceived. -
THE EVEST OF THE SEASON
Will take place on r
Wednesday and Thursday Jiext,
Lidies of Memphis and vicinity are in
vited. Please read morning papers of
these respective dates.
Wm. Frank & Co,, .
219 MAIN ST.
fare bicarbonate of bo1 a at Mtnr"
AT WILDEU'S. 292 MAIN STREET.
FINE KID. FRONT AND SIDE LACE
SHOES, REDUCED FROM 2 50 TO f 2.
TlieXewand Improved "Wilson
Sewing-machine can only be had at No. 2C2
Second street. ; k. j. donotan co. '
; Hob "Voune. at tbe corner of Second
and Konroe, baa all tbe papers and mas
If You A re Sure
That no" fatal or disabling accident will hap
pen to voa this year, yon are the only man
who don't need a general accident policy in
the Travelers, of Hartford, represented in
this city by Marx & Bensdorf, No. 16 Madi
Six good "shirts for $ 5, at Johnston's.
3 18 Ulain Street
Is the trunk factory. The stock is superior
to and selling lower than the lowest to be had
here or elsewhere.
Kob Yonnti it still at tbe corner of Sec
ond and Monroe, with the usual larea
stock of sammerreadiDS matter, - .
AT WILDER'S. 292 MAIN STREET,
THE LADIES ARE INVITED TO EXAM
IN K THE FINEST AND BEST ASSORT
ED LINE OF SLIPPERS IN THE CITY.
, Johnston's shirts, tix for f 3 85; warrant
ed pure linen fronts.
Wiiecn, Howe, Wilccx & G:bb, Grover &
Baker, Florence, Weed, Victor, Wheeler &
Wilson, Biees, and all makes of machines re
paired by 11. J . Donovan ie Co., 262 Second
Ko marble dnat nsed at Staffer's.
Johnston's shirts, six for five dollars.
JHaarazInes and papers mailed to par
ties leavina tbe city for tbe summer by
Hob Young, cor. Second and atonror.
Johnston's shirts, six for $7 50; made to
Cool, Sparkling and L"elicions,
Is the Lemp's St. Louis lager beer, which is
issued at wholesale and retail by the jolly.
jovial "Fritz and George," at No. 13 Court
street, to their crowds of panting, thirsty
Memphis friends. If you want to forget the
extreme heat these sweltering hot days.just go
to "Fri'.z and George," and toes yourself out
side of a big glaps of Lemp's St. Louis lager
beer and you will attain your desire.
Spring Snits and Gents' Underwear,
at R. M. Drake & Co.'s, No. 271 Main street.
Spring suits in every style, color and price.
The finest line of hosiery in the city. The
largest and hnest assortment ot cross-barred
muslin, lisle thread, gauze, merino and bal
briggan underwear ever shown in this Dis
trict, together with a full line of franks and
traveling bags, umbrellas and neckwear, can
be lonnd at it m. drake & co. a.
No. 271 Main street (J.C. ward's old stand).
' Sew Orleans mead at Staffer's.
An Easter-?g Storm.
The landlord had jubt stepned into his
store, after observing his newly-painted
house-front, when two fashionable boot
blacks, with their folding chairs dangling at
their sides, came along .and remarked:
"Golly, pard, uon t she look pretty now r
"You bet," said the other; "she looks like
she was in an Easter-egg storm." Exit Sol
Coleman behind a Btock ol No. 10 cigars.
MXJormick & Co. have put in a full stock
of ice, and are rreparedto fill orders prompt
ly from office, 333 Main street.
A'ovelticf in Jet.
Tbe ladies will find it to their advantage
to call at tbe Jet palace, Isadora Roescher
proprietor, 3S7 Main straet, where tho new
est eoods have iuat been received, the combs,
jet bracelets, jet jewelry, jet gold goods,
plated jewelry, and solid gold goods, ail ne
ing of the latest styles and patterns. Mr.
li iescher has lately made great improve
ments in his manufacturing shop, where new
goods are made to order and all kinds of re
pairing is done. Old styles of jets are made
into new designs, and satisfaction is guaran
teed in every particular. Reduction are
made on all repairs. .
Ices and pure creams are very refreshing.
Hereafter there will bj but little amusements;
take a promenade to Floyd's and you can
spend a pleasant hour. , , .-,
THE 1ULL, SEASON
Three Weeks Earlier
THAN IN FORMER YEARS,
KBEjlEit, HEJRZOG &. CO.,
In consequence of these signs,
; THEIR GREAT REDUCTION SALE
Just three weeks earlier than formerly.
We will begin
THE GREAT REDUCTION SALE
Moaday. ...... May 86. 1879 Bleaday
'. TIME IS PRECIOUS IN BUSINESS,
Oar Great Efforts to Reduce Our Stock
must begin now,
CATALOGUE OF BARGAINS:
500 dozen ladles' and children's hats, all
Shanes, etc., 25c.
' 100 dozen black Canton straws, 35c.
' 100 dczm sailors, assorted, etc., 50c.
500 dozen shade and garden hats, 25, 30,
35, 40 and 50s. Powerful bargains.
' Real Leghorns, 50c.
i Real Leghorn flats, 75c
; 60 dozen cheap hats, 75c, worth $1 25 now.
' 100 dczn children's and misses' hatt, 75s,
worth f 1 50.
1000 trimmed hats, 1 50. r -
1000 trimmed hats, f2 50.
500 trimmed hats, 5, worth f 8.
300 trimmed hats, $7. worth Sf 10.
100 trimmed hats, $10 and $12, worth $20.
200 cartons choice flowers at fifty cents on
Beautiful wreaths, 10:, worth now $1.
: Beautiful sprays, lhi, worth 50a.
' Choice Paris flowers at half value. .
Choice French flowers at half value. "4
The Greatest Flower-Bargain Sale known
for Twenty Years.
You must Call, and See, and Price these
Extraordinary Bargains in Flowers.
Nothing' In the Way of redactions Else
where will Equal Oar Great
Marking Down on Our
Dress Goods! Dress Goods!
Grenadines worth 75c per yard for 25c.
Grenadines worth $1 per yard for 25c.
Mexicaine grenadine for 20c.
Ral silk and wool grenadine, 75c, worth
Cashmere wraps now $3 50, worlh $6.
Cashmere wraps now $4 50, worth $7. -Dolmans
and wraps, $7 and $3, worth $12
and $ 15.
' 100 grass-linen suits, $1 each. Grand bar
gains indeed. '
Spring silks, 45j per yarl, wrr'.h 75j.
Brocaded silks, 45c, worth $1.
Lace buntings, 20and 25c.
Plain buntincrs, 15c.
10,000 YARDS UNION LINEN LAWNS
(we should not bave bought them, fcr we can
not sell those cheaper grades of lawns) at
6 hit per ard. Think of it, linen lawns at
64c per yard.
Beautitul Tamise cloth, 75c.
Fine grenadines reduced from $2 50 and
$3 per yard to $1 25 and $1 50.
All fancy drefs goods at cost! Mark this
40c all-wool debeges for 25j.
60c all-wool debeges for 35c.
Grenadine, Silk and Worsted Costumes
Made to Order at Shoti Notice and Very
Cheap, for the balance of the Season.
Dressing sacques, $2.
Ladies' linen dusters, $1 50, worth $3.
, Parasol Cutting-Up!
Tbe best Japanese parasols, selling lately
for $8 and $10, for $3, $4 and $5.
Sun umbrellas, $1. $1 50, $2, $2 0 and
$3. A reduction of 33 per cent.
Parasols we never carry ever, and hence
bargains can be bought from us. Prise them!
Look ct them! Tremendous bargains!
Beautiful commencement fans, $1, $1 50,
$2 and $2 50. New and very cheap.
Bargains in lisle gloves, new.
Bargains in ribbons.
Breton laces, 10c and upward.
A beautiful assortment of fans now. Price
Bargains in lace mits and kid gloves.
Bargains in French thread and Breton
TO OUR PATRONS IN THE CITY AND
The Great Hale which we are starting
to-morrow, mo HI AY, MAX teeth. Is sf
extraordinary Importance to every con
sumer In this and ad scent States. The
Catalogue of Bargains Includes the
Choicest and Best Woods ever offered In
this market. Prices art) almost nom
inal when compared with former val
ues. BABGAISS SIMPLY EXOK
KKE31EB. I1KBZOG A CO.
The Sisters of the convent of the Good
Shepherd are in actual want They solicit
sewing and work of any kind.
The Cost of a General
Accident policy in the Travelers is so small,
and the benefit so great when fatal and dis
abling accidents happen, that no man of any
honorable calling should go without one.
Equally good whether you travel or stay at
home. For particulars, call at Marx & Bens
Summer drawers, 25c a pair, at Johnston's.
State Supreme Court.
Special tot he Appeal.
. Jackson, May 24. The court delivered
opinions to-day as follows: Anderson, ad
ministrator, vs Hammond, modified so as to
reduce amount of allowance and affirmed.
Myers vs James, sale set avide and resale or
dered for balance due defendant James.
Shoemaker Piano manufacturing company vs
Bernard et al., reversed, and M'Clure released
from liability except as to pianos on hand
when he became a partner. . Trent, adminis
trator, vs Hammond, ie versed and reinvest
ment held good. Benstein vs the State,
Frierson vs the State, Goodrich vs the State
and Hickman vs Dudley, reversed and re
manded. Ballentine vs Wright, appoint
ment of receiver refused. Pickett vs
Walker, modified and remanded. Greenlaw
vs Logan, rehearing refused. City of Mem
phis vs Tajlor, motion to dismiss appeal re
fused. Lincoln vs Love, rule on complainant
to return record in ten days or appeal will be
diBmisssd. M'Gaughey vs the State, Smith
vs tbe State, King vs the State, Cannon vs
the State, and Pearcy vs Vantresse, affirmed.
No decision in the Taxing-District cases.
The court will cease hearing cases on Friday,
Circuit Conrt-Hon. J.O. Pierce. Judge.
The following non-jury cases constitute to
morrow's calendar: 3689, Glenn & Sons vs
Southern express company, 4192, Cardona vs
Wesson; 4338, Denie & Co. vs Anderson, ad
ministrator; 4358, F. S. and I. company vb
Andrews; 4373. Davis vs Cook; 4738. M'Cabe
vs Lyden; 4745, O'Brien vs Cook; 4752. Ni
chols vs Guy, M'CIellan & Co.; 4945, Dune
vant, administrator, vs Page; 5021, Devoto vs
Lyles; 5145, Walker vs Conway; 5155,
Shane, Harris & Co. va Setden; 5156, State
of Tennessee vs Lunn et al; 5171, Mayer vs
Fiedeldey, administrator; 5207, Murphy vs
Anderson, administrator; 5292, Frayser. as
signee, vs Eagan; 5390. Anderson, adminis
trator, vs Laurenzi; 5301, Stockley vs Shelby
county; 5310, Talley et al vs Smith et al;
5320, Burns vs Callahan; 5355, Ramsey vs
Grust; 5371, Godwin & Co. vs Brooks; 5332,
Metropolitan national bank vs Dillard; 5399,
Greer vs Hoist; 5400, Schloss v Wolfe; 5406,
Bain vs Keho; 5407, Carlin vs Mallory; 5411,
Hurt vs Noblins; 5450, Anderson, adminis
trator, v Tremmell; 5463, Slaughter vs Ro
sell; 5465, Reinshagen vs Lavesea; 5469,
Rsilly vs CosUllo; 5476, Cooper vs Walker;
5484, Magruder vs Bollinger; 5486, Harris
vs Wheat; 5508, Wilder vs Brown; 5519,
Thomas vs Miles & Robinson; 5520, Leaks
vs Duvall ; 5525, Rawlings va Paine; 5525,
Jeter eb al vs Harris.
United HtatiHi Courts Hon. John Rti
ter and Alum. ai. t. Itan.mond. rc
aildinK. The November term of these courts ad
journed yesterday, and the May term com
mences to-morrow. The 'jurors summoned
are expected to be present at that time.
m i .
Summer undershirts. 25c each, at John
Mr. A. W. Richmond, of the Holly
Springs (Miss.) South, is in the city.
Rob Young has all the papers and maga
zines at the old Btand, corner Second and
In another column appears the advertise
ment of Charles Herzog & Bro., stationers,
No. 306 Main street.
M. Samter, wholesale clothier, has re
moved to 312 Main street, corner of Monroe,
opposite Peabody hotel.
Mr. E.J. MacGrotty, of Bluff City lodge,
A. O. U. W., has been commissioned as dep
uty grand master workman for West Ten
nessee. Miss Lucilk Meriwetheb, of Senato
bia, who is now so great a favorite with cur
young Memphians, departed last evening for
Colonel James C. Fleming, assistant
State treasurer, is in the city, enjoying tue
hocpitalities of his many friends. The "Knr
ail is looking robustuous.
At the jewelry house of C. A. Bessac,
corner of Main and West Court streets, a
choice lot of wedding presents of tho rarest
styles are for sale. The newest styles of
goods are being received weekly.
Ths Commonwealth Distribution company,
of Louisville, Kentucky, will have a drawing
on the thirty-first instant. Now is the time
to invest a few dollars andjdraw a fortune
provided you hold a prize ticket.
All frespectable young men (American),
of good moral character, are cordially invited
to attend the organization meeting of the
"Loyal Sons of America," to be held at
LTarmonial hall next Tuesday night, under
the auspices of S. Wbitford, W. Jackson, G.
O. Goodyear and others.- Candidates for
membership must be between sixteen and
twenty-six years of age.
Thk eye of the passer down Union street,
between i Main and Second, is attracted by
the bold and handsomely lettered front of
No. 39, which tells that Cole & Co. occupy
the premises, with the largest stock of painta,
painting materials and glass that is to be
found south of Cincinnati and St. Louis.
They bave just moved there from 332 Second
street. Cole & Co.'s is one of those big.enter
pr'ising firms Memphis is proud of.
GRIND SLMHEIi AKK1YALI
Announce receipt of 100 beautiful new
ORGANDY and BUNTING COSTUMES,
150 pieces LevaRsier's celebrated
SCO piec?B new and elegant
LINEN AND BORDERED LAWNS,
ICO dozen choice novelties in
LACE AND EMBR01DERIED TIES,
1000 pieces new shades and exquisite
designs in erabre'dered and two-tone
500 drzin ladies' and children's fashion
able and extremely novel effects in
PARIS" AND LONDON HOSIERY,
200 new designs in all widths
BRETONNE AND TORCHON LACES,
100 handsome dress patterns satin-striped
SILK AND WOOL BUNTINGS.
Corner Slain and Court.
CHICK I SAW IR0X-W0RKS.
A. Reporlerlal Visit to the Works of
Kandle Jt Llvfrmore, in Keareh
f Information as to the
Progress or 31anafae
An Appeal reporter, while wandering up
town yesterday, dropped into the Chickasaw
iron-works, 93 Second street, and witnessed
the process of casting. The red-hot, seeth
ing metal from the cupelo, carried in pots to
the flasks and poured in amid sparks, 6tnoke
and flame, was a picture fit for the pencil of
Rembrandt. Tue swarthy workmen, stripped
and begrimmed with smoke and dirt,
moved noiselessly but carefully around
as the heated metal was cairied about and
poured into the flatks or moulds. The works
are extensive, and on every side business pre
vails. Happening to catch up with one ot
the firm, Mr. John E. Randle, that obliging
gentleman, by special request, showed our
representative through the woiks, and kindly
gave him the information he sought for.
This department is located in the second
story, and is under charge of George W ain
right as foreman. He has a number of in
telligent pattern-makers under his charge,
and from this department of tbe establish
ment all patterns come from which the cast
ings are made in what our man calls tbe
molding-room. In this room are stored
many valuable patterns of wheel and gear
work, valued at several thousand dollars;
likewise brass goods, consisting of gauge
cocks, tteam-valves, etc., ot every size and
In this thop an immense and complex mass
of machinery may be seen, whirling and re
volving at greater or lesser speed, according
to the work required. The shop is under the
direction of James Wespbay as foreman, and
formerly of Louisville, Kentucky. Yesterday
he was engaged in making valves for com
passes. Twenty-three hands are under his
charge, as are also the bauds employed in
the extensive blacksmith-shop adjuning on
the ground floor.
This shop is one of great interest, and is un
der charge of Walter P. Davis, who is the
Btep-eon of the late James Heath, who was a
member of the firm. Mr. Davis has worked
in the shop fifteen years, served his time
there, and is now foreman. He has charge
of forty hands, and thoroughly understands
his business. The majority of the molders
in the shop served their time in this city; they
are home-made mechanics and are thorough
During the past two months business has
been very brisk, from sixty to seventy hun
dred pounds of metal being melted and used
daily. The business is better than it was dur
ing the three preceding springs. In the brass
foundry shop an average of four tons of metal
is used monthly. Tne work is principally for
railroads, for which the firm does a very large
business in the way cf castings.
On Main street, a square from the works, is
the warehouse, in which is kept specimens
of cotton presses and a quantity of yellow
pine used in their manufacture. The pine
is brought here from Brookbaven, Mississippi.
The firm has several steam-engines and saw
mills from tbe house of Lane & Bodley, of
Cincinnati, of which house they are the
agents. The grounds and buildings are filled
with machinery, patterns, limber and iron.
Everything needed for the business is kept
on hand. The bolt-heading machine is a
curiosity, and is well worth a visit. It cost
nineteen hundred dollars, and has a capacity
of three thousand bolts a day.
Among the specialties manufactured at the
works are the following: House-fronts, col
umns, lentals, sills, ventilators, wrought and
cast fencing, cotton p.-esses, every style
horse-powers, gin-gearing, iron and brass
castings.railroad work of almost every descrip
tion, pipejand fittings, steam-gauges, and all
kinds of brass goods; in fact, everything in
the foundry line and machine-shop work.
Besides, Rsndle & Livermore are aeents for
engines and saw-mills of the best description.
They also make steamboat work a specialty.
In the castings none but Scotch pig and two
brands of Alabama iron are used, these be
ing regarded as the very best.
THE OFFICE BUSINESS.
The proprietors have established a perfect
system of doing work. Every piece of work
is done by the ticket system, and the ticket
shows the name of the workman, the date of
order, for wnom, the directions or charac
ter of the order, the time and remark. At
any future time, by referring to the books,
all these items can be discovered at a mo
ment's notice. The pay-roll of the employes
amounts to about seven hundred dollars per
week, and every Saturday evening the men
get their pay from Mr. H. A. Tatum, the
accomplished and polite book-keeper of
the firm. Of the proprietors our reporter
can say that Mr. John E. Randle, who
is a fine workman, remains at the
works daily and watches everything. He is
everywhere, and nothing escapes his eagle
eye. Mr. A. S. Livermore, his partner, at
tends to (be outside business, and does it in
a manner not to be misunderstood. He is a
business man in every respect. The business
has kept np astonishingly during the present
season, more iron-work has been sent over
the country than ever before. The demand
for work comes from the country towns in this
and adjoining States, and Uom Texas, where
theie is a large demand for iron-work. This
is a sign of general prosperity throughout
the country. If you cannot get iron-work
well done at the Cnickasaw iron-works ycu
need not go elsewhere.
15. LOWEXSTJSIN &. BOOS.
Offer an unusual line of
LADIES' LINEN SUITS,
LADIES' BUNTING SUITS,
LADIES' WHITE SUITS,
LADIES' LAWN SUITS,
LADIES' MOHAIR ULSTERS,
LADIES' LINEN ULSTERS.
Also, a great variety of
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S SUITS,
From two to sixteen years.
Great reduction from former prices.
B. LOWENSTEIJf & BllOS.
JLadies' .Lawn Sacqnes!
A large assortment just received, from 65c
In elegant variety.
INFANTS' SHORT LACE DRESSES,
PIQUlS LONG CLOAKS,
FRENCH CaPS, SUN BONNETS,
50c and npwaid!
B. LOWEXSTEIM & B80S.
GREAT JOBS IN
CHILDREN'S STRIPED HOSE,
At 15, 20 and 23c a pair,
These aw the greatest bargains we
have ever offered in our hosiery depart
ment. B. LOWENSTEIN & BROS.
LACE MITS! LACE MITS!
An immense assortment in black and colors.
LISLE THREAD GLOVES!
'' Lace lisle,
Black silk and lisle.
B. LOWEXSTHIA & 11KOJS.
WB WANT YOUR MONEY.
Read what inducements we offer this week
to gee tbe same. We must reduce our stock
before the hot weather sets in.
READ! READ! READ!
50 pieces pacific lawn, 7Jc, worth 15c per
yard; 25 pieces yard-wide batiste, 734". worth
15c per yard; 50 pieces mourning grena
dines, 5c, worth 123c per yard ; 20 pieces
beautiful summer dress goods, 7c worth 15c
per yard; 50 pieces.union lan, 7cJ, worth
12)c per yard ; 25 pieces wash poplin, 10c,
worth 15c per yard; 200 pieces best shirting,
slightly imperfect, 5o per yard; 10 pieces
dress linen, 12o, worth 20o per yard; 10
pieces brocaded bunting, 25c, worth 40o per
yard; our black bunting down to 17Jc per
yard ; 25 pieces black and white French ging
ham, 10 j, worth 15c per yard; 20 pieces
finest gingham, in check, lOo, worth 15o.
LADIES' AND MISSES' LINEN SUITS.
Ladies all linen suits at $2, worth $4;
ladies all linen suits at (3, worth $5; ladies
ail linen suits at f 4, worth f 6; ladies very
finest linen suits at f5. worth $3: 100 misses
su:ts, all linen, at f 1 25, worth $ 3 a suit.
Lice tidies at 25c, worth 75c each; 10 doz.
black silk mitts at 75c, worth fl 25 per pair;
ladies liBle-thread gloves at 15s per pair; la
dies white cotton hose at 5c per pair; all
linen towels at 5o each.
We will this week sell 100 dozm hand
made corsets at 50c each, never before sold
for les than $1.
Ladies will save from 25s to $2 on each
parasol by buying them at
50 dcz. cents dress-shiris, laundried, 50-
worth $1 25; 25 doz. gents unlaundried shirts,
35c, worth 65c; 10 d.z. very beet unlaundried
shirts, 50c each.
SHOES AND SLIPPERS.
10 doz. kid Newport ties at $1, worth
II 50; 10 doz. misses kid ties at 85c, worth
$1 25; 10 doz. children's ties at 75c, worth
$1; 15 doz. ladies sewed shoes at $ 1, worth
$1 50; 5 doz. ladies cloth slippers at 50c,
worth 75c; 8 doz. ladies kid slippers at 60o,
worth f 1. Extra bargains in sewed shoej.
Wo have the most complete assortment of
trunks. Parties wishing to purchase will
please call and find that we are selling them
cheaper than any other house in the city.
CARPETS, OIL-CLOTH AND MATTING.
25 pieces best matt'ng at 14-3 per yard; 10
pieces hemp carpet at 1654c per yard; 10
pieces ingrain carpet at 25c per yard; 10
pieces 4 4 oilcloth at 30o per yard. All other
carpets proportionably low.
At our cheap counters you will find ar
rivals of the following new goods:
All sizes of wire dish covers, tquare, oval,
round and deep bread and cake pans, sauce
psns, sprinkling-cans, wash-boards, baskets,
Bieves, presarve-j its, lemon-squeezere, to vel
rollers, milk crocks, sciles, bucket, lunch
boxes, hatchets, fsather-dusters, fly-traps,
boot-jacks, broilers, shelf paper in all col
lors, bronze stands, ice-picks, etc.; also
beautiful tin toilet sets at $2, worlh f 4 a set,
and largest size painted watering-pots at 50o,
worth $ 1 each, to be found only at
273 Main street
THE EYENT OF THE SEAS0JC
Will take place cn
Wednesday and Thursday Next,
MAV 2Sth and 9th.
Ladies of Memphis and vicinity are in
vited. Please read morning papers of
these respective dates.
Wm. Frank & Co.,
249 MAIN ST.
.Perfection Beached, at Last,
The new Wilson machine, the best made,
can only be found at tbe Wilson office, 262
Second street. r. j. donqvah & CO.
Angel's food at Specht & Walter's.
A Kemarkable Floor Covering.
A floor cloth. Linoleum, is now being man
ufactured, composed of cork, making a clean,
solt, very handsome and durable floor cover
ing. Its claims to extraordinary durability
have been thoroughly tested. It is printed
in handsome designs, and sold by all carpet
dealers. As inferior imitations are on the
market, the word "Linoleum" is on the back
of every square yard.
Cochran Ball Hotel.
Try one of their Sunday dinners only thirty
five cents. .
At the art-galleries of Bingham Brothers,
corner of Main and Jefferson streets, the very
best of phototrraphs are taken. Bingham
Brothers use none but the best materials in
their work, and employ the finest artists.
Their photographs are celebrated for their
lite-hka expression, coloring, 6naue ana nn
ish. Give them a call.
Boots and Shoe at Win. Hiller
JL Co.'s .
are now being sold lower than ever. Hay
ing purchased an extra large stock recently
at greatly reduced prices, which we are just
receiving, we are prepared to offer all styles
of ladies' and gentlemen's shoes at lower rates
than ever b?fore known in this market.
Don't forget the p!a., and ccJI early if you
you wish choice bart'ain, as we are deter
mined to close this lot out at once.
WM. MILLER 4 CO., No. 221 Miln street.
Under tUe Worsham Bouse.
Sour stomach, sick headache, biliousness,
dyspepsia, etc., are to light afflictions, hence
anything that will afford relief from them
should be highly valaed. Therefore, ve com
my)ortaline. or Tabler's vegetable liver
powucii the best remedy for a di-ordrcd
liver. Price filty cents.
.isr. :m mm MM V
Look at our handsome Shades Xiace Huntings
at 2JSJ cents, valaed at 30 cents per yard.
Examine our Xiight Shades Alnaca Lustres,
at 1SJ cents -worth 25 cents per yard.
A New Lot of Lace and Checked Piques,
at IO cents equal to any 20 cent goods.
HTWehave made sweeping redactions In every department, to
enable ns to sell off and cnrtaii our large and vrieI nwortmewt
of Funey fJoods. Dress Fabrics. Fn TFos'ery. etc.. and retyiect-
folly wftlTctt n rwll from Iwdlew before making pniehno.
"We promise to make It to their Interest to pwtron,e n...a
FRANK & G0..249
IS ETERY STYLE, AT
NprlnK 9roveltt for dents' Wear In Fin Underwear, Panry
ti-iiose, Henrfe, llandkerehlefa. Collar. CnfTn. etc Law prires
1'Olt HlKsT-CLASS UOOUH.
35 and SS5 Main, Stag Shirt, Memphis.
FIiOH THE FIUE!
We shall receive Monday or Tuesday five
car-loads of dry goods from the recent great
St. Louis fire, which were slightly damaged
in the warehouse of Dodd, Brown & Co. Not
withstanding the rise in cotton goods, we
will sell these' goods lower than ever offered
before in Memphis, and cordially invite the
public to call and examine them.
Kahn ft Freiberg: Offer from the Fire
Bleached domestics, jeans, cottonades, den
ims, . brown domestics, tickins, hickory
stripes, men's half hese, pants, linens, ladies'
mourning handkerchiefs, corsets, unbleached
drills, Canton fiannels,and many other articles.
FROM THE FIRE.
' Don't fail to call and see the cheap domes
tic go?ds we shall cfler next week irom the
St. Louis fire.
SHOES AND SLIPPERS!
15.000 pairs shoes and slippers from bank
rupt eastern manufacturers. We offer at lets
than the cost of manufacture.
K1HX & FRE1BECG,
Corner 3Xain and Poplar St a.
Corner Ilain and Jefferson JSts.
Wilder, 292 Main street, sells for f 2 the same
ladies' shoe other dealers sell for $2 50. Bis
motto is "quick sales and small profits" for
810,000 to Loan,
at reasonable rates, on diamonds, watches,
jewelry, silverware, clothing, furniture, and
all goods of value.
a LOWENSTIHK ft CO.,
Pawnbrokers. 18 Jegeraon street.
Fur Sale or .Exchange.
Balance of stoelt nf dry goods and no
tion! of Loeweascloe Bros, will be
clewed sot extra lew, or exchanged for
elty property. .IS Union.
Which is the Cheapest
A package of Duke's Durham, containing
twenty pipe-fulls of the best smoking tobac
co made, or one common cigar? Each costs
Angel's food at Specht & "Walter's.
Odorless Excavating Company,
Vaaltn emptied at reduced rates. Of
fice), lOS ttathlBftOD and 45 Aladlfion.
rn.lt Williams It I or it.
What Eminent St. Ionis Physi
Colden's Liebig's liquid extract of beef and
tonic invigorator is a very agreeable article of
diet, and particularly useful when tonics are
required, beiag tolerated when other forms
of animal food are re jected. In diptheria,
malarial typhoid fevers and every depressing
disease its use will be attended with great
advantage. We have prescribed it with suc
cess, and believe it to be a most valuable
remedy." J II. L?tlie. M.D.. G. P. Copp,
M.D., S. B. Parsons, M.D.. R. A. Vaucban,
M.D., Dm. iS. L and J. C. Nidelet, Wm.
Porter, M.D , and others.
Reform is the Order of the Day,
but lets-soap, that Old Brown Windsor will
never be removed from the toilet ot the fash
ionable world. The purest and most fra
grant is that, of the old London firm J. &
Oozler, Wetl A Co.'s
Patent glass covers ior cracker boxes keeps
out dust, bugs and flies. Fr eale at Podesta,
Malatesta & Co.'s.
Specht & Walter's is the only steam ice
cream manufactory in the "city.
The Jiew Wilson $cvrtng-31achlne,
the latest out, can always be found at
J. B. ALDRICH'3. 254 Second street
Those havlnc fat caws, boss ealres
to dispose of, will find It to their Inter
est to address immediately, 1 Clark,
Sent to any part of the United States,
will stand shipping in warm weather.
tneer. Isn't It,
how fast all smokers are learning that "Duke's
Durham" smoking tobacco is the best? Ask
vour dealer for it, and take no other.
My Iiack! 2Iy Hack!
The well known complaint. Out in the
rain or cold, or a little over-exertion and the
result is pain in the small of the back. Ben
sou's capcine plaster is the best remedy for
these troubles which has ever been devised
or known. They were invented to overcome
the slow action of the ordinary porous plas
ter and their superiority over common porous
plasters is very marked. There is something
really marvelous in tbe action of this article,
it relitves pain almost immediately, strength
ens and cures where other plasters will not
even relieve. We specially recommend it
for lameness and weakness of the back, rheu
matism, sciatica, lumbago, spinal and hip
complaints, kidney disease, nervous affections
of the heart, and all local aches, pains and
stitches. Sold by all druggists everywhere.
Price, 25 cents. Ask your druggist tor Ben
son's capcine plaster and insist on getting it.
Johnston's shirts, six for $3 85.
Careful housekeeper! buy Burnett's ex
tracts. Wiggs's Buckeye salve certain cure for
piles. For sale at all the drug store.
Invalids requiring a stimulant made from
pure grain and free irom fusil-oil should pur
chase Green Brier.
Gentlemen in search of a neat boot or
shoe of excellent qualify, will find the article
at ill! Main street.
Wiqgs's Buckeye salve, the only sure cure
fcr piles. Ask your druggist for the gonuiue
article Wiggs's buckeye salve.
Tbe Crescent basing powder is made from
pure material, and is extra strength. For
sale by haddes avkbt.
" Tiiey Cure!" What cure? Ayer'a
cherry pectoral lor a cough, Ayer's pills for
purgative purposes, and Ayer's sarsapari'la
for complaints that lequire an alterative medicine.
E BARGAINS !
IN EVERY STYLE, AT
NEW OH LEAN E!
CITY OF ALTON" Blxby, master
bundajr, Mar 2otn, at 10 a.ra.
CENTENNIAL ..Davidson, master
Wednesday, Maj.28tri. at 10 a.m.
JASIB3 HOWARD O'Neal, master
Sunday, June 1st, at 10 a.iu.
HEHPUIH AKIl NT. wins PKT. CO
GOLD DUST M'Cord, master
Monday, May 2tUn, at 10 a in.
GRAND TOWKB Lennox, master
Tnursday, May 29tn, at 10 a.m.
JOHN B. MAUDE BlaSe. master
Saturday, May 81st. at 19 a.m.
ME5IPMIH AN 13 Mr. LOCH PKT. TO
V. S. MAIL (ANCHOR LIXE)
FlIK HT. AAtUlBk
CITY. OF YICKSBURli RUey, master
Monday, May 20th, at 5 P-m.
STK. GENEVTKVB Ed Gray, master
Tuesday, May 27ta, at 5 p.m.
JOHN A. SCUDDER CaWert, master
Wednesday, May 2stn, at 10 a.m.
CITY OF nSLEXA M'Kee, master
Thursday, May 29th. at 5 p.m.
BILLS' MEMPHIS John C. Crane, master
Saturday, May 31st, at 5 p.m.
COLORADO irPheeters, master
Saturday. May 31st, at 1 0 a.m.
For all Information, apply at Menu Lis and St.
Louis Packet Co.'s wnarfboat, foot of Uurro street.
AD STOHM. Superintendent.
FOR LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI.
Memphis and Ohio River P'kt Co.
FOR LOUISVILLE AND CC'CINSATL
Tbe Swift and Elegant Passenger Steamer
C. R Bussell master 1 Robert M'Coy cleric-
Will leave as above
Wednesday, May 2Stli, at 5 p.m.
FIRST-CLASS FAKE THBOL'GH
TO SEW YOBK
CHEAPEN THAN EYES!
Philadelphia, Boston, Washington, and all points
North and East at proportionately low rate.
atMeala and Etaterooms on the steamer FREE.
For freight or f-a-sa?e, appiy to
R. W. L1UBT BURNS, B-rp't.
No. 7 Monroe, oiioo-dl Peabody Hotel.
The Steamer ANDY BiUil leaves balu day,
For lioalsviit. -lrnatl and Way
Aiaadieaa The Supe.b Passenger Slearcer
Dim Mofre. master,
Will leave Glenn's narltyoat as above SUN
DAY, May 25tli. at 4 P nu Tickets pivtn ! all
points North and last. It. P. liLESX. Agent.
THE ADAMS LINE.
A damn Liar I . . Stall Pisrtot t'ann'y
For Helena, Friars Point, Concoidia. Terrene, Aru
8 polls and Pine Blu5 B, B.. and all way Undlngs.
The elegant passenger steamer
Ouacliita ISelle, JHEl
Mark R. Cheek... master A. L. Cnramlns... cle
Will leae Memrbta resralarly as above on MON
DAYS and THURSDAYS, at rl a m.. connecting at
Artapolls with Pine Bluff Billroad. giving through
bills ot lading toall point. Freight received at all
times on B. K. Lee whaifbo&t. Fur freight or pas
sage apply to
J. X. WASHINGTON, Aent, No. 8 Madison
or An H K. Whrfht.
LEE LIJSE STEAMERS.
For fcilendalr. Hrlena and Friar FotaC
The Fine Steamer
Cooper master 1 Blllv Smlthers clenf
Will leave as oDove on MONDAY, May 2tttn. at
6 p.m. For rrelpht or passage, apply on board or to
F. M. VINSON. Ajrent. No. 4 Jefferson street.
t)H WHITE KIVER.
ealar ludri-endeut Slempbla sad
White Blver Packet For Aususta, Jarksonport .
Bearer, and way points. Tie regular aiuipen;eat
ED. C. POSTAL Mastr,
Will leave Memphis every WKDNKSImT. cn and
after July 1UU, lb 7'. I. ut 5 p.m. for freight sr purs
age, apply to
R. W. LIGHTBUENE,
No. 7 lionroe St., onp. Peabrxiy hotel.
H. P. lil.KNN. on Whurtboa. '
fillJ.T IIAltKY LIXtt.
aiemphla White Rlvrr aad lilatBltiver
I', rs. II all Parkrto.
For Indian Bay. fit. Cliwlee, Clarendon, Devall's
Bluff, Des Arc, AugU-xta, JacKSOnport, V.'et Point,
Bearer, Baie-ivllle, powbaUaa, and Pocabouuuu
Tha new kte&iner
aTosie Harry, SZ"!
M. ft. Harry, captain. Wailter Outlaw, ciei.
Leaves Memphis on and after November 2d. eveT
SATURDAY, at fi p.m., counettlnc uirert wlih Ue
new Black river U.S. mall packet MILT HABRY for
Pnwbntbin and Pocahontas, and with Dally Packela
to Batesvllie and Upper White nvar.
Through rates to all points.
Freight consigned to Mill Harry Line, Memphis rr
Terrene will be promptly forwarded. Freight will
be received at all time on tbe K Y. Lee M'burrboat.
.1. T. WfcflRINflTflN krrmt.
Regular Semi-weekly Mail Packet for Bandclpn
Fulton. Osceola and all way landings.
The elegant passenger steamer
J. G. Andrews Master 1 B. O. Mlche.ll Ork.
Leaves Memphis every WEDNESDAY, and
FRIDAY, at 5 p. m. For freight or p is-me ap
ply on hoard.
FOR ARKANSAS CITY.
filrmpfala & Arkaanaaa City Hem 1-Weekly
Parke For Helena. Friar- Point. Laconla,
Concordia. Terrene. Blverton, Bolivar, and a'l Way
The Elegant Sldewheel Pteamet
4a HOIS HOY,
Jno. B. Davis master.
Will leave Memphis every MONDAY and THURS
DAY, at 5 p.m.
This steamer Is a borne packet In every respect
having been purchased by parties In MempnM and
the Bends. Th-j BOB ROY ialnflrst-clacouolUoti.
having been thoroughly repaired. The ihi'jIIc can
relj on ber remaining permanently In the trade and
that every attention wlil be gtven to all and any bail
nets Intrusted to ber. We lespei'lfuliy ellrlt a fair
share of the public patronage. For lull particulars,
apply to B. W. LIwHTBUftNK. Agent.
No. 7 Monme arreet. ortioii 1'nar.nrH hiel.
No. 8342 In the Chiuioery Court of Shelby county.
Tennessee K. D. tioodwjn. adm'r of A. B.
Haynes, deceased, vs. Mrs. Mildred EllzjbctU
Haynes et al.
IT appearing from affidavit in this cm se that tbe
dotendaut, T. W. Uayues Is a citizen of Ken
tucky and n non resident of the btate of lemiessee:
it Is therefore oidered. That he nmke his apiiear
anue herein, at the Courthouse tnttiecllyof Mem-
iihls, Tennessee, on or fcefo'e th hrst Monday la
uly, 1S7W. and plead, answer or demur to com
tiluliiant's Dill, or the same will be Utkeo for cou
fmtseil an to him and ret lor hearing cipart; a.id
tbtt a copy of this order be published i 'icd a week,
tor tour successive weeks. In the Mem p Lis AypkAi
This May 24. 187a.
A Cody: Attest. .
H. J. BLACK, Cleik ar.d M.tsteT.1
W. P. Wilson, Sol. for Complamaut. y
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