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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL - WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 5, 180.
Ut-ntet-1 Household t nrnilure a Amios On the premises. No. Madison street, TbarMday Jlorulac Frb. X6tb. JOe'el'li. Parlor, Chamber mid 'her Kurnlture. atdCtrpets. A. f. 8TinrAHl. Auctioneer. VLOYD'8 KEHTABBAMT AS1 C03iFECT10XEKY.S c;;t.;.::w, KKUL,AU E1I. RKBTBDI FINE DESSERTS EVERY DAY. tSTDinner Parties a hpecialtyl 1CICKAH MADE From PURE CREAM NOTHING NICER FOR DESSERT, Fi,Q'iVH CAXDIKH! TRY A PM'HAWK I It will kkve VANILLA and CHOCOLATE CARAMELS IN IT. Jit Will liave MARSH-MALLOW DROPS, WAIr NC7n FRENCH NO COAT IN IT. It will kavo nothing la It but what Ii GOOD, WHOLESOME and TASTY. Kaeh fleee U tnsie Jfreals the daj It If sold. FLOIWS NAME AAD KJtPUTATION Are Mtaked on theee Candle. 7 Slain, opp. Court Square. JKi' I'ALACJi JET PALACE! 373.... Slain street... -373, TIE K0LL0WIN3 MW GOODS JUST BECEIVED Jet and Gold Bracelets, Jft Hair Bandeaux Latest. Jet and Ileal Odjx Earrings, " I Black Garnet Jewelry 'ew designs. "jSide Combs and other NoTelties. HOLD AND GOLD-PLaTED GOODS! MVLU AT KKOCCEIt PK1CFJ. I. It pearlier manager. l.!ST. s BTTRH One hu and lemon spotted setter dog A liberal itwnni ror uis return o C. B. HKVAN. No. 13 Madison street. G OLD 8LKKVK BUTTON With patent fasteaer Kinder tl plrn return lo tin. oftl. Vi A SS'i S. rpQ OlkMILL MEN Wmiid.- A man to take J. CliS Rarve ot a w.ilch. Must be a practical mechanic aud umleratnud the business. To a Brat-classman a iermaneiit sltiiallim Is crrerea. sanress. wuu recommendations, siailrg wRges f xneeted, THS JACKSON OIL-MILLS, Jackson, Teuntsaee. WOMAN To cooK. wssh Bnd Iron. Apply to .1. W. X. BHOWNK. 40 Madison st. BOUSEKEJSFJtB- German prererred. Address. E M W , this trace. WOK A good cook Is wanted at IPO MAIN 8T. WOMAN A No. I, to do the cooking, washing and Ironing for a family of four. Reference require.!. Apply at the trice cf the Anchor-Line Wharlboat, AD STORM. TjVKRYBODY To see the best Cotton Press ever Jli Invei.led. Will be exhibited for a few days at Mr. HtcKman'a old shop, opposite the Mississippi and Tennessee de;H:L JOHN BROWN. 1 irtLE CAHITAL- In the highest paying enter i-i lerprlse In Memphis protiia Immense; secured by monopoly. A puly at HOU-iHAW'ri. 2iltMalnt ACTIVE PARTNER With S10,0()0 lo S15.000 cash, to take an Interest In an ' Id estabilsbet wholesale Ll.juor, Ti bacco and Cigar business. Doliig asafe and pruDlable business. Address H., Appeal otlloe. 1ADDLS ANI HARNESS HNDS O GATHRHiHT, HARBISON 4 CO., ti 10 N. Main. St. Louis. Mo. SET OK BOOKS To post a night, from two to three hours work. Address BO'.R-K KEPER. this office. DRES3MAKKR First-class dressmaker. For par ticulars aiidr ssK. BAK' OW. hot Springs, Ark. ESlhKNCE-In M-mthlsfnr an Arkansas farm. Real CHtate tradinK men to call on DR. K. P. BAThS, Mulberry street. LANTATli'N Any one having a small planta tion on or near the Mississippi river, say of 400 or iilKJ acres of cleared land, might find a pur chaser by addressing, with particulars and terms, WJ1. M'CLLU'Cki. Wilsun's Point P.O., Knst Orrnll Parish, Louisiana. rots uv&T. A NICK PL--CE-Five mile from Memphis, with .lrt acres ot land, house, stables, orchard, gro cery store (doing good business). Rent $ 101) a year. In advance. Tbts place kits been a safe retreat dur ing the two epidemics. Apply Immediately at NO. 7H JKFHtKS"N ST.. cor. Third. SXOR Adjoining Robinson's drug store, comer Madison and Secnd sueels; possession gten Hist ot March. Aim It to W. MKSaiCK IiOl R Ml' It IlhSluhNCK-On Madison and Court stiets; convenient to business. Aptly to R. B. Snuwdi'ii. or .las. L. tiooilioe. !)K Madtsori J"3laN TiTloNTuat tine pUnTrtiiooTknowTi na . the PaiterMin place, two lullna from O. K. Land ing, Tunloa county, Mlisl-slpiil. TUeie are about 42n acres In a line slate uf cultivation, with a good resilience and necessary outhou.-e In a gooo state of lepalr; alo hor 10 mules, wagonsand implements. Piles 81' 1(10. with approved city acceptance. For inn her paituuUrs mpiy to me, on the premises, or lo W. P. Piuuuul, 2m trout street. MARY F.. BRAND. LJOOMS-KHa'bie and Central Hooms, tor Law- IV ers' or triors' olllces. Inquire al WlLDtrl'd kU-or AND tHiK STORE, 2.U Main street, Clark's Marble blovk. Y ttEJIDRNCK 79 Adams st.; centrally located lVL audio excellent condition. Apply low.i Whelley. a;-ent VVM. A. OoODYN. OOOMS- to retpoiislbie parties, without cUUareu, at U17 I niiroiiunit Cleanest, uiiiunnamu ivvmni M.nli-j-n street, t all In ariernoon. Ol't-hil-'Liol' oo,er.u iite lusl-claaa O street st irelioues, centtally located, tiiorehouses 25 and 2.17 Second street. Cole to.'s uld stand, Secon'i sUeeU ...ii se.m.i street, coiner Court Maui Lwelilnghoune on Jessamine stieet, recently occu pied b) K. L. Tumi. iMllll Ill thM MIlllllTl). hiM 'u ies well tenced culttvatable land, two miles f una the city. Well tunr.'ved riaceof 2M0 acres, six miles from ., iv tti tluecotuui gliu leepli.r- oom andoUlc. s on Front. Court ard Second Mreeia, juhm iivr.Kum, da. ' Apply 10 C. N. OROaVBNOK, corner Second and Court. Tjooii LaKieunluiniHtiediruni room, with small XV room conuoclli g. can oe uau. wnu guou uuaru at 72 Court street. References required KOOMS unilahed or unriirnl-lie.!, single or ln sulls, without board; apartmetita suited lor UKht bouaiikeeplin. at 101 Jerterson sireeL at 107 JetlerixMi street. I lltHlMKNDKA IWO cleiui, commodious real- ii deuces, tree from fever Infection. MIMi'l MRKIWKI'HKR. ,.'4i S Second st. PRINTING MATERIAL AND BINDERY - Having dun based the Tipe, Presses (Hoe. Campbell Mid ortllHII. n nnunj otiu muvuiiiiij w. late "Bo-ie Piinimg Company," we will sell the same lu uuautllles to suit purchaser. Address S. C. TOOF CO., Memphis. STYLISH BOCKA WAY Almost new; for cash. P. Con y.iil. Seventh and Broadway. Ft Pickering ENINK-One Viivhorse, power Engine, Boiler, fcuamng and Puiley, couip'.ete. Apply to j v. patricm. Memphis Gins. CUIOICK VA RM The splendid residence and farm at the Hermtt-ge. known as "Tulip ti rove, once the pioperiy of M 'jor Donelson. Is offered tor Mleto clwe ail estate. The house la a brick man elou cf ume rooms. In good repair. servan la' houses, Hiiiokehonee. stables and cowhouse, carriage and a ivj. 1 lot uouae, two large barns and elttlil tenant mouses. The faiiu has UM acres cf good land, lenced wltu cedar, and a lit ver lal ling supply ol water all over the land, there being nine lasting apnngs and a creek. In f tout of the house stands a Mivva of loresl lre of iiO acres; church and school houses In tnnil lot; distant Irom Nashville 1 1 miles and 2 miles fioru station. The placets noted lor Us bealinruiiiess and natural beauiy. W.ll besold Jor S 'O IMMI. which Is MO.l'iKl Irss than the lin "roven.enta 'cosu Apt -If to" WM. D BEAKD. Mem phis, or lo V. Q. IRKANfc.ltJjashvlUe. lenn. IT'LonflNiTANU CiU.N-MILL,t.HitAP-Iti fjret olaes oraer. If application Is made tmmedlalelj; nglne 1 2 Inch ollt.der and IM-lueh Mroke. Also, a Inquire at Car penlershop h2rt Sevjd8lreeL fleam Hit) Kngine, m ut s .w-... LOIS-Two uumiproved lota on tieornii butsti, HIVt fet frout each, by ItIO 'eel deep, near bt. josepu s Cliunh. l. jlaim5i BrCk-l nver or tail, guaullly uu "uality m.raiilee.l. Leave oiders at John A. ...ia Front street, or W. J. Cutise Co.'s, Hi MMa CHARLES N. ERICH, DIRECT IMPORTER OF JXohemiau Olnissware- M5rench & American China, QUEERSWARE! FP;:iAl-TIKai : Hsr-KUtares, Mirrora. et. 4aaraple-llated lAatve. A'aatara.eta lletel aad Mteaaabaat Waxe. 321 Main Street, Memphis. Tenn AIS3iOlJiCKMliMT. Wa are authorized to announce JOHN D. COX as je-uid-oatefor Justice of the the Peace 1-the Huh Civil Dtstilot. Election on Thursday, march 4, 1880. If, P. FOUTE Is a carulldale f r Maestrate of the Kl'th Cill Ntrot f'o-tion March 4'b, 10. FOIl 11 IRK. DRAY, WITH LICEN3E-Anr-lrat 20 Main street. TA14.KI UP. C"tOW On the Wlldberger place, a bPck and white J cow. Owner can have her by proving property in1 paving eliaim-.. PEK?M3iAL. rSU. B.LU Kl has removed his residence and office to 817 MAIN BT.. between Monroe and Union. ov-r B- tr's tobacco s'ore. DH.J.D, WtiiTK Removed to 243 MAIN STREET, Corner Jefferson, under Bingham's Gallery. CUREd PILES, 1FISTULA. and other RECTAL DISEASES. No hindrance from business. Office hours: Gentlemen t to 1 1 a.m., and 3 to 4 p.m. Ladles 1 to 8 P m. Monros bTKkrr, February 1, 1880. Dp J. D White For two ears I endured iivat agony from Plies, which belDg neglected ulcer ated and foimtd a niost painful fl-tula. M gen eral health ws fast falling under the combined ln niunM nr t iumu, WiiseMsefi. when UKed by a friend who bad suffered In like manner until relieved by ton. I went under jour treatment and was cured In a few days, wtti.out any loss or timerrom Business. A sounder man cannot be found ihaa myseif , and I weigh fifty pounds more than I did one year ago. Youi well wUher, WM. M. FORREST. 299 Maim f trbbt, February 14. 1880. I take nleasure In saying that I have been under treatment of Dr. J D. White for Hemorrhoids. Had been a great sufferer for .eventeen years. He has emliely lelleved me, and mj general he?uh lsexcel lent. rfcHiit oUN. ruis on iikmt. f UKA HOTEL AND GROUNDS - Including mln- L eral springs lot for Bale or rent very cneap. Great bantam. MH8 B. V. HKHM. InRa. Mis. FUli MAKE lt 1-KASE. PIANOS Second-hand Pianos and Organs for bale or rent, at H. ii. HOLLENBERti'S, Musle fiouse, 2H4 Main street - HTKAYEb. UULB or hlack horse ronle. Return to i. A Voirest A Co.rs, Bl Aionroe street, and be rewarded. MTU L. EN. ruiKV Miux.ibont 1 4l hands hieb: sorrel X. with gray hairs i.howltig all over her body; all iot hiie- hiaze fitce: utht scar over rlmit eye; mane veiy heavy. Was stolen at L. and n. depot; will pay $26 for her delivery to To w kih. at Barllett, Tenn or Lee House, corner Front and Over:on streets. Memphis. KUOat Al ISOAJUJ. E LEU ANT FRONT ROOM Furnished or nnfur nisbed, with boari. at 431 SHELBY ST. D ES1BABLE FROM BCX)M3 with board, at 2Hrl TniRDS'REET. iiltRMaHJi J rooms win board; also, uay board' J? ers wanted at 69 Madison street. rOOMS furnished rooms wttn excellent table LV board. Day boarders wanted at on Monroe u BRONT ROOM. Kunanlly turnUhed, at No. 104 Court street. Suitable tor gentleman and wile. or two single gentlemen. KeiereneM. iOOMS Nice turnlshea rooms, cheap, at t N". K5 MAIN STREET. 100 Barrels Miesouri Cider. 100 Half-Brls Missouri Cider. 100 Half-Barrels White Fish. 100 Kits White Fish. 200 Mall-Barrels Mackerel. -1000 Kits Mackerel. lOOHalt-Brls Oatmeal, Barley, Cracked W beat and Graham F lour. 1000 Bxs Crackers and Jumbles. 500 Bxs Cheese. 500 BrLs "Mlyer Moon" Flour. 500 Brls other grades Flour. 200 Brls Eastern Sugars. 100 Hhds Louisiana Sugar. 1000 Bags Coffee. 10,000 Cases Sardines, Brandy . Cherries', Brand j Peaches, Peaches, Oysters, Tomatoes, Corn, Etc, Ett. WHOLESALE GROCERS. LOCAL TAKAGKAPHS. The telephone boom is the latest in Memphis. The grand jury will not be in session un til next Enday. Cotton bales continue to crowd tho streets and sidewalk. -The Mississippi continues to move up ward and onward. At the Maennerchor hall to-night an an niversary ball will be given. A telephone has been pat up at the Adams street stationhouse. Nothing cf public interest was transact ed at the criminal court yesterday. Read the proceedings of the legislative council published in another column. The M'Ctellan Guards were out drilling in lrort of the Appeal office last night. Next week we will have M'Cullough at the Theater in a round of fine Sdakesperean roUs The old Nicolson pavement is being C it ted to tbe river and sent adritt south ward. Friday night next Buprcz and Benedict's miuttrel troupe will open up an engagement at the 1 heater. The charter members an l incorporators ot the Planters oil company will meet next Monday to organize. The volume of business continues large among our wholesale dealers and pl&utation supply merchants. Complaint is made that the night-soil wagous haul their filthy aud oft'enoive loads through our most pub'110 streets. The work of laying sewer-pipe is going along rapidly. Colonel Waring is here watchiDg the progress ot the business. Before Justice Qtigley, to-day, Wyatt Kirk will be tried on the charge of stealing a;x trunks from Levy's store, oa Main street. There will be a meeting of tbe Pres bytery of Memphis io the Lauderdale street Presbyterian church at ten o'clock this fore noon. ' Friday next, at Knoxville, the annua! exhibition of tbe Philomatheian society of the University of Tonnestee wilt t 'ke place at Staub's operabouse. But yesterday the muddy streets of this our city might have stood against the worid, but now they are so dusty there are none so poor as to do them reverence. Devotional service will be held at half past seven o'clock this evening and at halt past seven o'clock next morning at the syn agogue, corner ot Second and Monroe streets. Yesterday morning the office of the board of health, on the corner of Second and East Court streets, was discovered to be on fire, but the fire was txtinguished in a few minutes. It was the work ot au incendiary. Darling Little Sieert Eyes, and JFAo Would be Sunshine if Baby was Gone? are fhe titles of two songs just published by H. G. Hollenberg, of Mam street, near Madi son, tbe tnusio of both by John T. Rutledge. The German Bruder-Band will give a ball to-nigbt at the Maeanerchor hall. The committee in charge (Messrs. R jbert Kumpf, George Scbilly and William Borg) have made every arrangement for tha comfort of all those who may attetd. To-morrow morning, at Ho'lenberg's, the sale ot reserved seats will commence tor theeugagement ot Duprr z and Benedict's min strels, wbo will appear at the Theater on Friday bight, aud lor the John M'Cullough engagement ot next week. Judge Uorrigan, of the criminal court, is at Nashville attending the supreme court as copnte in the test caso aa to the constitu tionality of the legislative act equalizing the salaries of officers. The county officers heie are anxiously awaiting the result. On Monday night Mr. C. Weatherfbrd, while attempting to mount his hoi so, met with a serious accident. While his foot wus in the stirrup the horse threw his head up, striking Mr. Weutberlord on the left side of the face and breaking the cheek-bone. The sixth civil district, in which an elec tion will be held on tbe lourth ot March to till the vacancy in the rtfice of magistrate, created by the death of Esquire Crockett, in cludes the first ward as well as the second, third and eighth and Big Springs precinct. Yesterday a eewer-trench in the alley between Main and First and Union and Monroe caved in on one ot the laborers and buried bin up to the shoulders. Ha was dug Owe Fiii&Co Qliver FinniB&Cfl out, lnL. hs rrcfiived severe braises and it was feared iEtrcal u juries of a serious caaracwr. Velociptde ri'line is Uie popular amuse ment with amall boys at present. a The Memphis' family of general growlers is diiiK out, bnd in giving place to men wbo look forward, cot backward. At the April term of the county quarter ly court a public tnardian will bavo to be elected, ice cm-iai bona is titty wousanu dollars. When the water commences to fall the young men of our cotemporaries will ship on board the dnmpine-boat once again, ana tan o'er tbe ocean blue. -Work on the customhouse has not as yet been resumed by the contractors, they not be ing able to get along harnioniouely with their employeu, the btone-masons. Street paving, seweracse. and sanitation in all its varied forms are rushing ahead rap idly. The Taxing-L'iblrict authorities are as busy as bt es. JNever before was a tenth, part so much good work done in Memphis r s is doiug at prtsect. The earth-closet arrangement which is cow in use as a temporary expediency to nil up the eao between the fillinsr up of privy- vau'ta and tbe making ot sewer connections. works admirably when ordinary care aud at tention is given to it by occupants of house? ; if not, tueu ol course not. -S:xtern arrests were mndo by the police ypsterday ekven for violating tbe health ordinance, one for carrying concealed weaj nu8, nrrest rated0 on a S?ate warrant from Tayeti county, Tennessee, tbree for drunk enness ana ai-oraeriy cjLaucc una one iur larceny. Oa tbe last day of tha past year Pleasant Jackson and another negro named Pet.it robbed a country darky of thirty five dollare, at 85 .Main street. Jackson jumped the town, but Pettit was sent to tbe penitentiary. Yes terday Jtckson was arrested, and will appear before Esquire Qtngley to-day. Musical entertainment, Friday, twenty seventh instant, at the Mendelssohn hall, 223 Second street, for the purpose of rawing funds to purchase a new organ tor the First Methodist church. Tbe leading amateurs of the city will take part in the entertainment, which will be under the direction of Prof. . Levy. Tickets, teventy-five cents. In a paraeraph published in yesterday Appeal the intelligent compobitor made it appear that Chancellor W. W. M'Dowcll was met.ti iced as a candidate for sheriff. It is needless to state that it was a mistake; it was intruded to say that be probably would te a candidate for the effiso of chancellor, which position he now so ably fills. The following business wae transacted at the probate curt by Judge Eld ridge yester day: A. A. Burleson, administrator of the estate of Wm. Adair BurUscu, deceased. The bond ot E. J. Wendel, as guardian of Lucy Wendi-1, was upprovsd. The bond of 0 M. Alsup, as guardian of John M. and Au gustus M. Snowden, was approved. Among the prospective candidates for tbe effis of congressman from this district the ioilowiue persons are mentioned: Hon. Cesty Tonng, present incumbeut; Hon. John Loapue, Esquire P. M. Vint?rs, W. M. ltn dolbh. Culonel J. L. Harris, ot the twelfth district, and known as tbe "Plowuoy," and Hon. Luke E. Wright. Wby do lawyers talk in so loud a tone of voice wuen musing an argument before a judge? Wby do they ttar passion to tatters when the judge is not dea? i It is bad elocu tion, but it will do very well before a jury the rule suaewer n mode, forttter n re, should be remembered by many ot our lead ing members of the bar. In the show window of J. S. Wilkins, jeweler, corner of Mr.in and Madison streets, there is on exhibition a fine profile portrait ot Mrs. Carl Gutheiz, which attracts gen eral attention. It wai the work of Mr. Gutberz. find is dated December 25, 1878. The outline, coloring and general tone of tbe painting are most artistic. The following marriage licenses were issued by tbe county court clerk yesterday: Whites A. F. Tucker aud Clara L. Prosser, W; H. Suggs and S. Haidbacber, Hiram M. Gage and Allie E. Brown. Colored Ben Hill and Harriet Tucker, York Maxwell ana Facnio Ross, Henry Robinson and Bettie Heard, Henry Sep urn and C. Goodwyn, Kim Raney nnd B. Sanders, Hint Owens and Anna Burtwise. Oa decoration-day, at Elmwood ceme tery, last year, Mr. Moore, who keeps a nurse ry at the south gate of Elmwood cemetery, bad his bureau-drawer opened and robbed of about B6ven hundred dollars. He had in bis employment about the house a little girl, Maggie Lynch, aged fourtcsn years, bat he nover suspected her. Lately he missed other sums of money, and, although he cbanged tbe locks on the drawer, it would still be opened and pilfered. He marked some money, and that was sfi'en. The little girl was arrested, and on her person were found keys that opened tbe drawer, and pieces of the marked money. She confessed to tbe re peated acU of ptiteiing, and to the robbery of the seven hundred dollars lest year, which amount she stated she gave to her father, James Lynch, a laborer, who resides on Ala bama street, lbe lamer was arrestea last evening. The affair was worked up . by De tectives M'Cune and Pryde. PEltSOMALb. Mr.Calvit RoBKHTS.business manager for tbe famous young lecturer Rolla Ryan, is in the city. Colonel D. D. Childress, of Friars Point, Mississippi, and R. C. Reynolds, of Pulaski, Tennessee, are at tbe Clarendon lor a few dajs. LAW REPORTS. C baa eery Court M'Oo well, Chaaeellor. Calendar for to-day : From calendar now before the court: Nos. 1692, 3421, 3527, 3538, 8539, 3566, 3594, 3597, 3600, 3608, 3610, 3611 and 3612. Additional cases: 3392, Whcelock vs Wheelock; 342:3, Martin vs Morgan: 3575. WiKBin va Robinson; 3597, Buchiznani vs Mvers. Special calendar for Thursday: 2S9, Barry ys Dana. Friday will be motion day. Circuit Court Hoa. James O. Fierce, J adse. Calendar for to-daj : 5550, Hendren, agent, s Pittman, administrator; btW, Junkerman vs Junkerman; 5576, Waltou vs Horton; 5582, Uolshaurer vs Somervilie. Health K-unrt. OrriCB or Board of Hkalth Taxino-distkict or Shklbv Co., Tenn, Mkmi-bms, TaNN., i eoriiary 24, 1SM0 List of scarlet fever cases reported at this office to-day: Name. Age. Sez. Color Keiidtnce. Jesse,' Forrest.. 10js 874 Union. Sallle Jones... I5js fi:t Coinn erce. M'Cartbv H ms 2t!4 Desoto. J Wlldbinver.. 2Hs Cvnthla Llnd JOHN ABEHCBOMBIE. M. D., Desirable Land at Auction. The Mitchell tract, known ns " Camp Marks," on the Mississippi and Tennessee railroad, a few miles south sf tbe city, will b sold at auction next Saturdav. It will be sold in lots cf twenty to fifty acres. No property near Memphis is better adapted to small farms or suburban homes. There are three eood springs on the tract, which is oue of the prettiest in the surrounding country. Oi tho same dav Mr. Mitchell will sell an other tract, just north of Nonconnah, on the east side ot the railroad. It will doubtless interest the ladies to know that Butte rick s catalogues and fashion sheets for March have been n ceived. BBke Wright's Orange Itarham. The Weekly Appeal, at one dollar per year, is one of the cheapest papers in this country. Every farmer in the south ought to have it. Each number contaios as much reading matter as au ordinary novel. Its market reports are the fullest and most accu rate sent from Memphis, nnd its news col umns contain everything of interest from all parts of tbe world Ked Meed Oats, German, Millet and Clover ed. W. J CHASE CO. Brown & Jones. rittsbura, Nhotwell and Canael Coal S Main atrpet. We should not suffer from a ccueh, when a few doses of Ayer's cherry pectoral will cure. Time, money, comfort, health, all are saved by it ttmoke Wrlgat's Orana" llnrbaa, Butterick's spring patterns, March cata logues and fashion sheets received. J. B. ALDHICH & CO., 254 Second street. It is Terrible To have nf wife or husbandpwith a bad breath. All this may be avoided by using soiodont. It is most agreeable fro the taste. fragrant and healthful. It confers comfort upon its users, and prevents thejaffliction of unpleasant breath. JLive Hen. Everybody admires wide-awake, energetic, industrious men, and everybody, who is any body, would like to belong (o this class of people. Many, who have the requisite will, lack the physical power, because of disease. Generally, one or more of Warner's Safe remedies will remove the difficulty in the way. See testimonials in pamphlets and circulars. CITY BUSINESS. iezUlatlve Coawr.ll Heettaz Y eater flay Heaee-Caaaeetlana Oral ante Heaae-ta-Hanae laaaeetlaa. OrdJaaaete as ta JteaaaTlac; Bwlldlaca Waterworks Ordlaaaee Levee Caatrmeta Awarded Other i'aatraeta. At the usual hour yesterday afternoon the legislative council met at the courthouse. There were present Messrs. D. T. Porter, John Overton, jr., W.N . Brown, C. W. Gal- oway, M. Uarfce, J. 11. Goodbar and (J. W. Goyer. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. The following business was transacted: HOUSE TO-HOTJSB INSPECTION. The following letter was read and received: In order to make more thoroughly and promptly available (before the advent of warm weather; tbe sanitary Information acquired by tbe house-to-house inspection or uempnis, unaer toe airecuon or we National board ot health, the legislative council of the Taxing-District bega leave to suggest to the board tbe expediency of temporarily detailing one of tbe inspectors familiar wltb that information to co operate with and assist the local board of health In tbe pressing snttary work now In progress. Should this suggestion be favorably received and acted upon by the National board, I am authorized by the coun cil to say that tbe Inspector will be clothed wltb tbe necessary autnoruy as executive omcer or. me local board of health to enable him to carry out the sug gestions of the chairman of tbe committee o l the sanitary survey of Memphis, eontalnedla bis com munication ot February lrltb, and to enforce the or dinance of the Taxing-District with reference to the publie health. Very respectfully yoar obedient ser vant, u. T. rOKTJCB, President Legislative Council Taxing-District. T. J. Turner, At.D., Secretary N. B. ot EL WANTS OF FIBS DEPARTMENT. The chief of the fire department sent in a commubication stating the necessity of purchasing a new hose-carriage tor engine company No. 1, the present carriage being dangerous. Also tbe necessity ot purchasing four horses to replace the worn-oat and dis abled horses employed in the department. It is also necessary to repair the cistern-caps ot many of the cisterns throughout the city, many of them being dangerous. It was also suggested that a wire be placed on the tele phone company's poles for the fire-alarm, telegraph. The communication was referred to the police and fire commissioners with power to act. THE BAYOU DAM. A protest from Mr. Minor Meriwether against erecting a dam at the mouth of the Bayou Gayoso, be regarding it as a costly and chimerical scheme, which will become a positive evil instead of a ble-sing, and will inundate a large area of Memphis. The communication was referred to the sewer committee and the district attorney to make report. SUGGESTIONS OF BOARD OF HEALTH. The following communication from the board of health was referred to a committee consisting of Messrs. Goyer, Galloway and Good bar : The board ot health asked for additional facilities for removing tbe cont3nts ot earth-closets, the pres ent facilities belBg Insufficient Additional facili ties were also needed for dumping refu-e matter Into tbe river. Another boat sbould ta stationed at the fot of Washington street, or some other con venient point, so as to be able to dump the old Nlc olson pavement Into tbe river, and for other pur poses, but not for night soli. The cost ot a suitable boat would b3 some seven bundred dollars. The board believes that the auxiliary sanitary associa tion will defray tbe expenses. The work of sanita tion is actively progressing. Uo to Kebruarv 23d. one thousand and rive privy-vaults bad bejn emp tied, disinfected and filled up, and now there Is an average or twenty vaults C3ing tilled up dally. The report gave a long list of houses con demned tor destruction. The report will bo acted npon by the committee, who will ex amine the condemned bu'ldmgs end make re' port to the council. When the committee reports tbe list of condemned buildings will be published in the Appeal. REPAIR OF WAGON. The city engineer reported the cost of re pairing wagon at Qity-tive dollars. The re' pairs were ordered made. PETITIONS REJECTED. The petitions of Diana J. Cutler. M. A. Canavan and R. B. Snowden to repair cei tain condemned buildings instead of destroy ing ine same were rejeciea. PETITION GRANTED. G. W. FiBber was granted permission to repair residence ISO. 57 Market street. THE BUILDING ORDINANCE. The petition of T. H. Logwood for permis sion to move a house from South street to i lot on nernanao street, was read, it was ordered that a copy of the building ordinance be lurnished Mr. .Logwood, and if he can comply with its provisions, the prayer of the petitioner will be grantsd by the council PETITION REJECTED. The petition of G W. Paine for permis sion to erect a wooden shed at 132 Poplar street was rejected. PETTTION GRANTED. The petition of tho school board for the making of a crossing at the intersection of Ihird and Court streets was granted PETITION REFERRED. 1 he petition of E. Wright, for permission to retain the occupancy of buildings Nor. 391 and 393 Main street until Jane 15, 1880, wnen nis lease expires, then the owner. Mr, S. Mansfield, will rebuild upon No. 391 premises; was read and referred to the fire and police commissioners with power to act, H0DS8- CONNECTIONS OBDINANCX, The following house-connection ordinance was read and passed on its first reading SECTION 1. Be it ordained be the LeoUtlative Coun cil, That It shall be a misdemeanor to do or cause to oe done any or tne following acts, except as herein provided for, and any and all persons guilty thereof shall be fined not less than one nor more than nrty dollars : bub-bectlou 1. TO uncover the nnblle sewer for any purpose or make eonnestlon therewith, or un cover the public connection branobea thereof, unless and except by the lonsent and under the auoervlslon of the engineer, or his duly authorized agent or agents, wuosj amy ii snsn ce to insure run compli ance with this ordlnanc3 in relation to connections. and a failure of duty In this restsct shall aublect such engineer or agent3 to all the penalties of this orainanie. bub S3. a. To make, or cause to be made, anv such connections except as above provided, and by a competent ana skiuiui mechanic, duly lleen-ed to do such work, br the legislative council, auch me- ebanie not to be the agent of the District engineer, or to make aucb connections In any other manner man as iouows; A.- Even pipe connecting with the sewer, whether of cast iron or of earthen-ware, must be sound and Impervious in all its parts, and Jointed In the beat manner. B. Gaskets mast be used In all cases: no other metal than cast-iron will be allowed, and joints In inose must d oi weu-cauigea ieaa. C Cement pipe Is not to be used, but earthen ware pipes of the best quality. Jointed with fresh strong cement mortar, ana no oiner. D. these pipes lo be laid at least two feet deen, and above the depth, the vertical pipes to be cast iron, and all nines from the sewer connection in the top ot ine sou pipe to be tuny lour Inches In inte rior diameter al every point. K. No traD or any manner of obstruction to the full flow of air to be allowed, and any mechanic who shall either directly or Indirectly place, make or cause or allow to be placed or made, any trap, con struction or other obstacle anywhere In the course of such pipe. In addition to the penalty herein pre scribed, shall loifett his license, end shall be Ineligible to re-license for one year, and any other person offending as above shall be subject to the penalties of this ordinance, and shall, In addition, pay tbe costs ef rectify lug the wrong done. F. Every connection, water closet, blnk-baslo or other vessel connected with the pipe must be separate from It by a trap, offering an obstacle to the ptasage of alrequal to uot less than three eighths ol an Inch deptu of water. G. All details of plumbing work, such as water closets, sinks, eto., must be in accordance with tbe plans or descriptions In tbe office of tbe District en gineer, bearing tbe approval of the consulting-engineer or FUch oilier person as tbe ltg.slatlve council may appoint. Sub Sec. 8. For the owner or oocupant of any Duiiamg. any poiuon oi wnicn is usea tor any pur- pose during any portion of the day, to fall to have at least one water-closet, connected with the public sewer, after notification from the enslneer or presi dent of the supervisors of public works, and to fall to have such water-closet suitably arranged for use as urinal, uuless a separate urinal Is provided. Sub-Stc. 4. For the owner or occupant of any building In wblcn food Is cooked or clothing; Is washed to fall to have a suitable sink, slop stone or hopper for tbe reception of waste water; Provided, however, that If the water-closet Is of a kind suited to such use. It may receive tbe waste-water, ana the sink, slop-stone or hopper be dispensed with. Buo-Seo. 6. To thro or allow to be thrown or deposited on the surface of the ground or In any hole or vault In or under tbe surface ot the ground In the TuxlQg-Dlstrict, whether public or private, except in tbe proper and necessary manuring of the soil, any water which has been uied for domestic purposes, or any liquid or solid filth, or foeces or urine. Sub-Sec. 6. To throw or deposit, or cause or per mit lo be thrown or deposited, In any vessel or re ceptacle connected with a public sewer, any garbage, hair, ashes, fruit or vegetables, peelings or refuse, nuts, cotton, cinders or any other matter or thing whatsoever, exceptowes, urine, the necessary closrt paper and liquid house-slops. And It Is hereby made tha duty of all citizens to aid tbe police in bringing offenders agalust this ordinance to punish ment, and also to prevent breaches of the same. REMOVING BUILDINGS. The following ordinance, on motion of Mr. Goyer, was passed on its first reading: Skctioh 1. Be if ordained by the Legitlative Coun cil, That hereafter no building or structure shall be removed from one part of the District to another without the permission ot tha counclL Sec 2. Anyone offending against this ordinance shall, upon conviction before the president of the fire aud police eommlialoners, be Sued not less than one nor more than fifty dollars. WATERWORKS ORDINANCE. The following ordinance was passed on its second and final reading: Section 1. Be it ordained. That any person who shall tamper wltb any water fire-plug, water-valve, stop-cock, or other appurtenance and appliance or the waterworks, unless he be authorized by the leg islative council or the owners of the waterworks, shall, upon conviction bsfore the president of tbe fire and police commissioners, be lined not less than one dollar nor more than fifty dollars; provided, that this ordinance does not apply to the Ore department of said District. UNION STREET IMPROVEMENT. On resolution of Mr. Brown the engineer was instructed to put a stone gutter irom the railroad, on both sides of Union street-, to the church at the intersection of Union and Mad ison. ANOTHER DUMPING-BOAT. On resolution of Mr. Overton the board of fire and police commissioners was authorized to pat in another boat for dumping purposes as long as it may be necessary in the proper prosecution of the sanitary work. ADVERTISING FOR BIDS. On motion of Mr. Overton the sewer com- mittee was authorized to advertise for bids for digpiug trenched for eeweia. etc. PURCHASE OF STONE. Oa motion of Mr. Overton, a committee of three was directed to examine tho load of stone now on the barge Bart Able, belonging to J. H. H. London, at the landing, and if the same can be had for a fair price the com mittee was authorized to purchase for the Taxing-District. REFERRED TO COMMITTEE. The petition of Frank Oazassa to erect a pipe upon the bluff, near the corner of Mon roe street, for the purpose of supplying a water-sprinkler, was referred to a committee consisting ot Messrs. Goyer, Galloway and Goodbar, with power to act. . LETEB CONTRACT AWARDED. On motion, the contract for levee work, rip-raps, etc., was awaraea to in. Liargin a Co., npon their executing a proper bond. Tbe bids opened for the above work were as fol lows: M. Larkin & Co.. 122,579 80; P. G. Meatb. 132.534: Michael Corners, f 25,899 32; James A. Loudon. $27,134 24; J. G. Foear- tv & Co.. $27,946 40; W. H. Grider. $27, 174 60; Tim Brown, $31,820 40. FEED BIDS LAID OVER. W. H. Horton & Co. sent in a bid for feed for 1880 effering choice timothy hay at $24 per ton, choice oats at 48c per bushel, choice corn at 54c per bushel, and wheat bran at $16 per ton. Bid ot D. C. McDousal Choice timothy bay, $25 per ton; oata, 52s per bushel: corn. 56c per bushel; wheat bran, 80c per hun dred. Bid of W. J. Chase & Co. Corn, per bushel, 51c; oats, choice, 48c; choice timo thy bay, per 100 pounds, $1 10; wheat bran, per 100 pounds, 70c. Common feed mixed hay, per 100 pounds, 90s; prairie hay, 65c; light oats, per bushel, 45c. lbe bids nave to lay over tor seven days before the contract can be awarded. BRIDGE CONTRACT AWARDED. The bid cf O. H. P. Piper for brick-woik on bridge on Desoto street, and amounting to seven bundred and sixty dollars, was ac cepted, conditioned upon a pro rata reduc tion for any amount of brick less than twenty-eight thousand. ADJOURNED. On motion, an adjournment was had, sub ject to the call of the president. Henry Ward Beecher Asks a Queslitn. On Sunday, January 11th last. Rev. Henry Ward Beecher, in Pyniouth church, Brook lyn, preached to tbe crowd, llie text was trcnt 1 Timothy, vi, 10: "For tho love cf money is the root of all evil.' "Men may say what they please about desu sing money. but no rational man does despise it. lbe most rigorcua saint, to whom a million is left, is quite willing to assume 'he stewardship of it. While dealing in stocks is as legitimate when stocks represent actual property, as is j the dealing in wool or the produce of the farm, yet gambling in stocks is not legitimate. and yet it takes place unblusbingly, almost unrebtikedly and increasingly. Why should not lotteries exist when churches are full of them, when cathedrals are opened, filled with the most ingenious s:netnes, wnen church f. irs are carried on with the most unblushing games of chance, when a regiment is swell ing its funds by the most notorious ot lot teries? What business have we to rise up in judgment r the one hundredth and eight eenth crand monthly drawing ot the Louisi ana State lottery will take place at New Or leans on Tuesday. March 9 h. It is for the cause of education and chariry. For two dol lars you may receive thirty thousand dollars. Address M. A. Dauphin, Mew Orleans, or same person, JSo. 3l tsroauway,'JNew ioik City. For finest flavor smoke Wright's Or. ange Itarham. 1 1 excel all. Who is Sirs. Wlnslow? As this question is frequently asked, we will simply say that she is a lady who for up ward ot thirty years has untiringly devoted her time and talents as a female physician and nurse, principally among children. She has especially studied tne constitution and wants of th's numerous class, and. as a result of this effort, and practical knowledge, ob tained in a lifetime spent as nurse and phy sician, she has compounded a soothing syrup. tor children teething. It operates lise magic, giving rest and health, and is, more over, sare to regulate the bowels, in conse quence of this article, Mrs. Winslow is be coming world-renowned as a benefactor of ber race; children certainly do rise up and bless her; especially is this tbe case in this city. Vast quantities of the soothing syrap are daily sold and used here. We think Mrs. Winslow has immortalized her name by this invaluable article, and we sincerely believe thousands of children have been saved from an early grave by its timely use, and that millions yet unborn will share its benefits, and nmte in calling her blessed. No mother has dischareed ber duty to her suffering little one, in our opinion, until she has given it the benefit ot Mrs. Winslow s soothing syrup. Try it. mothers; try it now. Ladies' Visitor, New York city. Soid by all druggists, twenty-hve cents a bottle. Remarkable Cases. Among the very many remarkable cures effected by Warner's Safe kidney and liver cure may be mentioned that ot Charles H. fren- tiss. of Toledo, who was restored to health by it in a few weeks, after he had tried the treatment of tome of tbe most eminent physi cians cf France, England and America with out benefit. His trouble was B right's dis ease. Aaother is tbe cure of Peter Shower- man, at the age of seventy years, after greatly suuering for forty y- ars from kidney and liver difficulties. See testimonials of these and others. A Word of Caution. Simmons liver regulator or medicine manu factured by J. H. Zailin & Co.. like au stand ard and really valuable articles, has met with a degree of annoyance from impostors and mercenary adventurers. The popu arity and world-wide tame ot tbe regulator has induced unprincipled parties to place spurious com pounds, called by some garbled part ot our title or name in the market. A majority of these enterprises have died a natural death. bat others are periodically cropping out. To those who have not yet learned the great worth of the regulator this word of caution is necessary. To the invalid it may be a ques tion of life an i death. Ask for Simmons liver regulator, and look for the signature ot J. H. Zsilin & Co. and tbe large red Z on their clean, white wrapper. Accept no col orable imitations or substitutes, however plausibly recommended. NT K AM BOATS . FOR HATCHIE RIVER. Memphis and Hatchle Elver Transportation Com- puny s or. earner W. J. Jo it event, John rearing master. Will leave for Ripley, Brownsville, Kstanaula and Bolivar thuksday, FeDruarj mm, at 0 p.m. For freight or passage apply on board. FOR DYERSBURG. For Hales Paint. Key Conner. Dyers bars and all Way Landings. The One Steamer layers burg, 2Sa C.J. Berry master t K. B. Paunelton ...clerk will leave Glenn's wharfboat as above THIS DAT, February 25th, at 5 p m. Freight received at all times. R. P.GLENN. Agent, at Wbarfbont. FOR HEW ORLEANS. St. Lionla an1 Hew Orleana Aarhor L,iae For Vlcksburg, Natchez and New Orleans Steamer Jolin A. scuuaer, A. 3. Carter master. Will leave the Anchor-line wbarfbont WEDNES DAY, Feb 25th, at 10 a-m. "for freight or passage apply to au p i uhm. anp'L Southern Transportation Line For VlcksbujJ Natchez and Mew Orleans steamer Tho. Snerloclc, M. L. Vlrden master. Leaves the Lee wharfboat as above THIS DAT Feb. 25th. at 0 a m. For freight or passage apply to J. T WASHINGTON. Agent. K. K. Lee wnarrooai. FOR V1CKSB0RC. Ht. I.nnla and Vlrkftbnrar Anrh.r I.I United Mtates MaU-FO YICKJSBURO. JSte. Genevieve, isl welst msster. Will leave the Anchor Line wharfboat TBUBSDAT. Feb. 2tith, at 5 P.m. For freight or passage apply to AD htuhm, anpx Memphis & Ohio River .S&PACKET COMPANYSi FOB Cairo, Louisville and Cincinnati HTKAHEK8 ANDY BAUM, C03S MILLAR. JAMES W. GAFF, TINT SHOKLE, JAS. D. PARKER, Y1EG1E LEE. Steamers of this line leave Memphis for CAIBO, Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays AT 6 OCLOCK P.M., Connecting at Cincinnati svtth Ballroads and Steam ers ror ait Eastern, Northern and Western Points, Giving THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS, OHIO AGO, TOLEDO, BUFFALO, RICHMOND NEW YORK, WASHINGTON CITY. PHILA DELPHIA AND BOSTON. Eastern tourists will find the La Belle River Route Safe, Delightful and Economical. Rates by this Una Cheaper than any other nrst-ciass route. Meals and Staterooms Free. Baggage checked through. HT Passengers can rely on a splendid trip by this line, as the steamers are all first-class, having been expressly built for the accommodation ot passen gers, tacn steamer carries a itui curing anna. For full information, apply to R. W. L1GHTBUBNK. General Freight and Ticket Agent, No. 7 Atooroe street, Memphis. FOR THIS W We Offer the Following Great Attractions ! Retail Department. All-wool Combination Suits, to order, 825 Worsted and Silk or Velvet Combina tion, 835 Gros-Graiu Silk Costumes, to order, $45. Gros-Grain Silk and Velvet Combination Costumes, to order, 850. Satin DeLyon and Jet Combination, to order, 870. Bargains and Specialties jast forwarded our new I or K buyers: Novelties In Brocaded and Striped Rib bons, at 2a cents. Lace Novelties at half price. BARGAINS. Black Silks, at SI 10, SI 25, Si 45.S1 95 Full lines or Real Perlnot Gloves. Light French Felts at 7 5c worth. S3 60. Will display during the week I Spring Dress Fabrics, f-pring Wraps. New Spring Hats received. J. 31. Arbuckle. KREiUiER, J. W. JUichardson. ARBUCiaE.RICHARDSOlM & Cfl Wholesale Grocers FRONT HTREfT... JKeel C. B. Sloore. iOOR E, BASSETT & CO Doalorsi 1ti loors, Sash, Blinds, Moldings, Lumber, X.ath. 351-353-359 Second street, : Z&emirhig. Tenn. SS. IS. E8TEB, late Kates, riser Co. it: lessors to Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors And Commission Merchants, and 13 Union Street. TrIempHi. RTos. Ill SCHQOLFlELD.HAMUBR&Cb WHOLESALE Irocers and 256 Front street, Memphis, Tenn. OUB COTTON WAREHOUSE 19 NOW OPEN, and we solicit consignments from oar Wends and customers, and will make liberal advances on all shipments. WS AUK NOW RKCEIVLNti An Entirely fcetv and and will wait nn J. R. GODWIN. U V. MCLLINS, Jr. otton Factors and Commission Merchants 33G Front street, cor. Union, Memphis. Parti en I ar attention given to the irocers and Cotton Factors Nos. 371-373 Main street, Memphis. V. A. Tucker. Late Arbutftie A Tucker, II. 91". I'urnnjse, Tipton county. TuGlier, Turnage & Oo. (SUCCESSORS TO AB o Cotton Factors & Commission Merchants, 204 jyront street! wASHraSIJOTo AMg Memphis, Tenn Liberal advances mwdw on Consignments of Cotton and pemmsl attention given to weighing sum. FOR COMMERCE DAILY. The Elegant Accommodating Bends Packet, SSilvertliorn, JSadsSi 3. H. Whitehead... master Nell Booker clerk Leaves Memphis Daily, at 5 o'clock p.m. For freight o. passage apply on board, or to rc H Msdisrm .treer. FOR OSCEOLA. Trl-Weckly U. . 31 all Packet For H&n- doipis ifuiton. usceoia and way landings Str. Coahoma, ,E32 Henry Cooper master I Wm. Smltbers cierk Will leave Memphis every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FBID4Y. at 5 p m For Information apply on board, or to Ni. 3 lladlson street. FOR WHITE AND BLACK RIVERS. iflllt' dSHUY U.VK. ttesiphlH W hite Kivcr aad Hlacn Klvor 1'. Dt!! Packet. For Indian Bay, St. Charles Clarendon, Devall's BluH, Des Arc, Augusta, .lajictonport, v.exl Point, Searcy, Batesvtlle, Powuauan, and Pocahontas. The new steamer fogie Harry, M. B. Ham. captain. Walker Outlaw, clerk. Leaves Mem puis on and after November 2d. every SATURDAY at 5 p.m., connecting direct with the new Black river U. a. mall packet MILT HARKV for Powhaltan nnd Pocahontas, and with Dally Packets lo rjauvui'-' ana upper nniie river. Through lates to ail points. Freleht consigned to Milt Harry Line. Memnhla or Terrene will be promptly forwarded. R. W. L1HH I HUHn K. Jr . Sgftnt. n MBnl,on St. FOR ST. FRANCIS RIVER. JUes iDblH aad )C rra.cla silver li. 91 all lilne The light-draft steamer O.K. Joplln.. master I A. L. Banning cleric Will leave Memphis EVERY TUESDAY AND FBIDAY EVENINGS, at 5 p.m., for Marlanna, tbe Cut-off and all intermediate landings. For freight r passage apply on board; or to J. D. RANDALL, Sup'L GiILY! Wholesale Departm'nt The attention of the trade is called to onr Large and Elegant Stock of Spring Goods ! DOW ABU1V1NG. Ladies' Trimmed Hats an Immense a sortment " only the latest and best styles." Straw Goods bj tbe ease or dozen. Silks, Satins and Gauzes. Bibbons In 6roslraIns,atIns and Fan cies. Flowers, Laces and Crapes. Tbe Novelties or the Season received as they appear. t3f Prices guaranteed as low as any market In the country. Orders promptly and carefully filled. & CO. T. J. CowgUl. & Cotton Factors, ,Co.'s fMA Ntand)...-JHP.9IPIII ti. T. Bassett. and Shingles, I J At. II. 0OAH, HensphLs, Team. Estes. FIser at Co.1 Cotton Factors Fresh Stock of Ooods onr friends as usual. S. X. JIcCAJLLUM EEK HERZOG ODWIN k CO. handling of cotton while in shed J. B. ALDRICH & CO. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all kinds SEWING MACHINES! And Sewing-Machine Goods. GENERAL AGENTS FOB E. BUTTERICK & CO.'S PATTERNS And. VA8HIOH PUBLICATIONS, fto. 254 $COND ST., IBVING BLOCK, HfentTthis Tennessee T. P. Kddlns Tipton county. BUCKLE & TUCK KB) ARKANSAS CITY and PINE BLUFF R.R Adams Menal-weebly I K. Mall Line For Arkansas City, Pine Bluff Railroad and all way landings The elegant steamer Ouachita iSelle, Hark B. Cheek. ..master A. L. Cummins. ..clerk Leaves as above every MONDAY and THUBSDAY at R n m. OHlMiNn. H Mrnllanrt .rnt. FOR COM M ERCE AND THE BENDS. AfCJlPHIt A1U t'UMUEBCK. PLANTERS AND BENDS DAILY PAOKIT. The elegant aid new passenger steamer Shields, Wm. Ashford master I Ed. W. Crowell clerk LEAVES MEMPHIS DAILY. AT 5 P.M., for Commerce and the bends. For freight or naswee pplron board. LEE LINE STEAMERS. ror txieaaaie, Helena and irrtara Palait James Xee, atacc Lee master Loyd w. Whitlow. ..clerk Will leave as above on every MONDAY. WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY, at 4 o m. '""V" o diniiiwti Biinrv, FOR WHITE KIVER. Memphis & White River Packet. Keanslar Independent White filver Packet For At Hei nhla an Augusta, Jaoksonpon Searcy, and way points. . The regular Independent racKet HAB CASH, Sa rP: Pofttal master I Charles Postal ... clerk W1U leave Memphis EVERY WEDNESDAY, al o P.U. For freight or passage apply to B. W. LIGHTBCTBNK, , No. 7 Monro st, opp. Peabody fcataL J. T. WASHINGTON, on Las WaarOWak Unprecedented Bargains KEE1PI These Goods were purchased before the late advance, and cannot ue be bought In tbe Eastern Markets for what we are asking for them. Our Stock is ousoally large, and WE ASK A CAREFUL EXAMINATION. Fringed Satin Damask Cloths, White Satin Table -Damask, Brown Linen Table Damask, Turkey lied Table Damask, Lace Curtains, Lace Curtains. Fringed Doylies, Damas Napkins, Tray Cloths, Damask Towels, . Huck Towels, Bath Towels, Crnnib Cloths, Crumb Cloths, Hans For Shirting;, Underwear, Pillow Linen and Suiting. tirWe ask the Special Attention ot Customers to onr UOOEHTIC DEPABT8EST, as It Is thoroughly stocked with every .Popular Make, Quality and Width of Domeetlo, Pillow Muslin and Sheeting at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICKS. SWEEPING AT CLOTESIMG BLUFF CITY CLOTHING HOUSE, W X MUST HAVE BOOM FOB OUT SPRING nave ptu our snouiaerio inewneet, ana win Hen's ttood Knits $ 5 OO nen'sCassimere nits... 8 OO Hen's Caesimere Knits... lO OO Hen's Fine Drews Suits.. 15 OO Men's Finn Pants 2 OO Men' Kxlra Fine rants. . 3 OO Hen's Kxtra Dres Pant 4 OO tar All above goods are marked dawn eae-nair, and wa Invite a careful inspections TO THE i BADE Owing t the demand for a Firat-eluan Whlesile Olothlox Hsil In this city, I have determined to engage In same, and am now RECEIVING DAILY a desirable line of floods specially manufactured, and which I am enabled to offer to the trade at low prices. An Inspection s desired, all orders will be promptly attemied to. K VKVIHIi. test Main nrrrrt NEW GOOD LUCK SHIRTS! KIRKLAHD'S, PEABODY HOTEL. CHAMPION, CHARTER OAK, THE LATEST ADDITIONS Handsome Nickel-plated attached to the top of the stove. The Hydro The patent Heat-retainlDg Oven-doors. All sizes "7gr 1E3 ?Xa? H? TADER. HENRY FRANK. FADER, FRiUlK & Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors 294 Front street. Memphis. Tenn. Jno. W. Dillard. DILLARD, OOFFII Cotton Factors and 26Q-262 Front, ! A. VACCtHO. H. VACCAKO. A. VAOO ARO & CO., IMPORTERS ANi DEALERS IN Wines, Liquors and Cigars, INTa. 8Q4 Front gtt., IMCoxiaTalalg. H. VlVll John t. HalUvi M. GAVIN & Go. Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factory And Commission. Merchants, QOQ 3rJxoixt; street, UXozxxp3alc3 , Todcxxx. Uetweea Adania and JetTeraon. Our L N. RAINKT devotes bis wnole time to ibe Wetghioa aod Sale ot au Cotton Intrusted to onr ehnrp. We nnv onr own Cotmn Varrtn,ie. corner wanhljwi.M) end (5xni. J. T. FARGASOri & GO. Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors. 309 Front street. Memphis, Tennessee, . Cotton Factors and lOO Uravler street, Mew Orleans, l.a. W E HAVE OPENED A PERMANENT BRANCH wnwir our trade, and consignment. ilia Oi Hi ila Sn If WE are nappy to announce to oar mends and etutoairrs that we are again at onr post, Na n I NION BITHKICT, prepared to serve them as formerly. Having closnl our house In bT. IOUI3. ail shipments of cotton to us should be to MEMPHIS. We have a oi mplete stork of fr'rrnn hrorrt Including evnrything In the grocery line, together wltb nrkt-class shrd facilities fur namltlng the st-ole Our aniir. force has returned and are In harness. We solicit your orders tor groceries and saltmiw ih cf cotton, promising our best erforts lo protect the Interest ol those confuting ih.lr business to u wr. buv strictly for cash, and thereby get bottom figures, consequently are In poaltuai to meet ai.y conurt"Hn the interest at shippers. We claim tne privilege of Insuring all eotton con.lgued to us to the nmotmt ..f ,u vanees made an same. Our Mr. A. B TREAD WELL, ably aiwl.led by urjuiitor, Mr. a 8. TKKUm handle tbe grocery department with skill, t-uergy and axpeiience. Tnauklul ft the very liberal mtn.niJa T,.."T., , v. i ... , . ' , , enanueu us in ine pasi, we raspeoiiuiiy ask a oonuuuauos of the same Very respectfully, i l. O. & .A.. 33. TJRJDWJSlXuL &CO Ifa-lfllEn Embroidered Piano t'OTers, Embroidered Table Covers, Toilanette Table Cloths, Lace Bed-Spreads, White & Col'd Marseilles (Juilts. REDUCTIONS IN TEE- -o STOCK. AND IN ORDER TO ACCOMPLISH SAUK sen oaia- eeor stock t ONS-HALF FORUER PRICK. 500 Coats 8 OO 500 Coats 3 OO 50O Vests 1 OO 500 Vests 75 50O Vests BO lOOO Vests 25 lOOO Pants . 1 OO HAT FAVORITE, EARLY BREAKFAST Ornaments. Elegant Nickel-plated Towel Back - carbon Flre-klndler, saving time. labor and expense. of these excellent stoves tor eoal, wood, or any other foel 1ES 3, cfe, C5 O- JOS. J. SCO ARM AN It. 1a, Coffin. at, e. Hail Wholesale Grocers, afreet, TffltmiTiliiK. A. K. VAtCAUO. tm. Umtb. h. j. Clark. Commission M"erclianto OK OUB HOUSE AT NEW ORLEANS TO MEET TH9 win nnvw ewrwnii arwnon Celebrate! Linen;; GO 00, Wwell G fi Mr . su . v m&iu lu vnu u DtVif 1