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THE MEMPHIS D-IXS? A.PPELLSTJIr.Y. MAECH 7. 1SSO.
''v . J- I-IV4V I'KOTJSTANT CHUBCH-rrtf rwf h'reacUlmy iu 10:30 am. orl .ItX'KPirs CHURCH M ass at 730 A.M.; nigh 3 ulv st It) am.; vtwiiers at 8 p.m. LABAMA 8TREET PRE3BYTEBIAN CHURCH ; - jlx. buoiiay-shool and servloa by the pastor, TTkntANtTEL CHCRCH Real street Divine ser .1. vtcs ( 11 a. in. and at a p.m. ounday-sobool at 1 P-m- ST. PATRICK'8 Vomer Llmtenmut Tkmto etrtet. nigh Moss at 10 a.m.; vespers and preaching at 7 30 p.m. MEMPHIS BKTRRL ArtVtm srrwrf, enrner frrUMm avenue, Sunday-school every Sun day at 2iMl p.m. GIOBfllA 8TREKT METHODIST CHITBCH. HTwwhtnic at 1 1 am. and 730 p.m. by Kev. J. & Treadwall, pastor. THIRD PBT-iTBTT ERIAN CHURCH CAW a Btreet Bet. K. M. tilcbardaon, pastor. Benlcea at 1 1 a.m., and at 4 p. in. PRDVIPKNCR CHAPKL-Crnrul point. -Pastor. J. d. MHrrtwmthcr. Herrlors at 1 1 a,m., 8 and 7 p.m. bunday-school at 1 jJO p.m. TT1? VkESBTTKBIAM CHUBCH. Cornrr o i. ' rT f"iar mneU. FrvwcwnE at 1 1 a. f '.a p.mior, Iter. Xuguoe Daniel. 1 R A C X 7. PIdCO P A L CH C RCH Hemanto tint T Iter. Dr. Dalzell, rector. Morutng servlos at U Am. Sunday-school at tt-10 a.m. HERNANDO 6TREIT M. K. CHT7BCH.-fleT-. vices at 1 1 a.m. and 7::tO p.m. tin ntlay-school et ti iK) a.ra. Hv. Uuluord Jones, pastor. lALTART CHFKCH. Divine servlees In this V' eUiin-.n tn-daj in the niomln. at 1 1 o'clock; la I he evuilng at 7 M, the reotor sfllclatlno. ST. PETER'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Flnt mass at a.ia.; seuutd ji;i9 at H a ro. : High Mass, wllta sermon at lOJii, a-m. Vasnera at 7 :U0 .m. T AODERDALK fTTHKET PBESBYTERIAH .11 ChUBCH iMlnrctil M JK a.m. rreacb- ui at 1 1 a.m. aad 7 Ju) p.Ji., by Kr. K. Long. "Tj",Iiar METHODIST CHUBCH Gerontt ttnrt, -L mr VniAtir. pruncblrK at 1 1 a.m. bv Rev. B, II. Hnh.jn, ptutor. -No nlgl.i torvtoe. Buniltvf -school at Viao a.m. OKCOND PRRpv-VTFlsTAiV CHURCH- Ofrner of .J Atom ami Jie,t ntrr-t. 6Hlibattaabooi at W-Jtu a. m. e'nriw at and I 'M p.m., Bar. t OP" .-..ui ?t- P.m.. oy the pantos, Beta U. H. ll Aiauis. . y-MIFJSKA BAPTIST CHURCH Oornrr of Mill i mut fifth ttrmu. bundHj-schooi at 9 a.m. me)iintl at 11 a.m. and 7:15 p.m.. by Ber. W. H. B4-luaio. SI1TH STREET H. E. CHURCH Comer V .yUlh end Jackmm mrU, Fort Pikrring. Putuxf-shool at !i p.m. Preaching at 7 p.m. by Kl- A. D, MeiL C- taMAN EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH t t uMhtfuiUtnnl.net, brluvm Tlurtl atxl tixirth, rTice at II ) ::i ) a.m. Hiuiday school at 0 a.m. Ber, X. iMsusea, minister. t5 T.""jOHN'8"MrE. "CHURCH Comer tf Vanm J mm IsnuieniaU tlnelm Henrlces at 11 a.m. and 7 : p.m. ttuntlay-echonl at H p.m. Rev. Win. bl.latmln, paster. JCIDKN STREET CHBIHTf AN CHURCH- 8un j dr-ehool at M a.m. lord's Supper at 10:H0 m.m. FrnHdilng at 11 a. in.; no set kes at night. : j, M. Trllilo, pastor. ST MART'S CATRI'.DBAL. BerrleM at 7 and 11 a.m. aud 7 :p-in. Imlly during Lent at J" a m., 6 p.m., and 1 1 on Lllany days. Her. Ueorge i llitrrls, U.T.D., (lixuju riRST BAPTIST CH URCH. Seeowi Unit, be- f.onm AtUmu and Wanlamilun. ttunilai-school a.m. freajimig m 11 a.m. uj uniwwr, Ju MonlOiueff, D 1. C CUMBERLAND PBKHBYTKRIAH CHURCH J Vtiurt ttreet. Preaching ly Ber, H. A. Jones, at 1 1 a m. dabbadiHKlioul at V a. in. I'rayer-meet-lrgal7.U0p m., Wednesday. irNTBAL BAPTIST CHURCH (CX)LORED j ijuwm) utreet, between JAtmien anet lnUttoc. Billy Unis srvict at 11 a.uu. 8 1U) p.m. and 730 t m. Be. W. H. Phillip pastor. nirriRllia STREET M. K. CHUBCH, SOUTa O Preaching at 11 a.m. by the pan tor. Hew. T. C. Il ilises. Hubject: "Curse Ye, Meroz." Nosenrlce at a si.u euaauy-scbool at W UKJ a. w. CJ5NTBAL MKTUODiaT CHUBCH-1K7 Vnion j tlrtet. Pmaclilng at 1 1 a.m. arid at 730 p.m.. i. Him niLstor. H". ti. W. Moore, totals free. All 1mm!, especially young people. buiMlay-school at - i . "r iii, n mfai oni't.f ri - I V nnrr Jirole-Her. T. J. Bownn, pastor. Her at II a.m. Suliiect: "The, Lite. Character and t'"nii ol the Late hv. .1. B. Jeter. D.D." No ser ics at iilght. Buixlas school at U:UO a.m. leignee' Sale at Auction, C1T FIRdT-CLASB STOCK FAMILY GROCERIES At 124 Beale tlreet, Mednrsday, Hsrr'a loth, lO O'Clvek A. M. STODDARD, Auctioneer. KtlMTALUAJNT. liiOYDTS HUNT AUK ANT AND CONFECTIONERY. KSUl'IiAKiHIALH HKHVKO! I IN 8 DMSUJ1KT8 KTXMT VAT. 2TlIniter 1'arilea a MpccIaltyS i 1 , ICE-CREA3 ni.DK From TUBE CREAM W ' - j Ormxu ficxit roR dessert. FI,OYIV ('ANDI KN I THY A PAt-KAVK I II Will ksre VASILLA and CHOC0LATM I VAJUMSLS N IT. I will have MARSH MALLOW DROVS, WALr WtfTand rioescit NOLO AT IS IT. It will have nothing Id It but what Is GOOD, WUOLSSOMH and TASTY. SUch 1'leeclls madel-rh thelday tt Is sold. FLOYD'S HAJIE AMD REPUTATION A"iTte4 tkess Caadlesj. . 79 Slain, pp. .Court Square. JKf FALAl'U , KOVELTIEl JET PALACEl TAKISIAN DIAMONDS, EAR-BlNfJM, Mounted In Solid (lold. Beautlfid Designs, 4.H,aad L'pward. SILVER FILKJRE JEWELRY, "1,,bjs md Jet eoodta. ltraeeletM and CoiuImi! i IN ENDLE33 VARIETY l JCT RECEIVED! Xtivr pat, a nTr: ? T75. . . .Slain street. . . .375. UEMTIMTllYe y ' ens nils Mtreet. PK3 T r KT OF TKJCTU TEN DOLLARS old Finings Two Dollars Silver aixl l ln Fllllniis One Dollar tiasand Kitractlng. each Kltly Cents Hniiariertn JsiarBtert. H lT7,FKI.l't) Klre Proof Headlight Oil and Dan run ha Kianlve fluid, J. if ciecond street. IT'NtilNK AND fiOILKU rJhattlng, pullers and Jmnn-rs. Complete . J. V. PATRICK. D AMAGKD COTfON-yKKlv-Large Quantity. J. V. PATHICK. at Menu Ills Hlns. Q A LOON A N D BOA RDINH-HOU8K - -In good local- . Hv; dolnw a tffiotl biulnees. bavins now thlrtr b mroeni. r-snr m mo bunlness. Is the rtswun for wlsbuix to sell, adurvss J. W.aAClia, :i7rl Main streeC "O0CK AWAY-Nearly new; nicest phaeton In city, .LVlvlihg make; second-hand Oosllng buggy, and the b-i; fsrully horse In the city. Aplyatiue fil l CITY INSURANCE COMPANY. XI tw Omver BsJter Hewing M soli Ine. with all LN tlie niischiuenis I'sno in a tainlly of two lor three moalUs. TULUTY KO'.I.AIt t'AtH. Apply at 8 tl 0UBTBT. UtendeC) O IoKkhouhk jnd full slock tieneral Mercuan O aim, s.iiiJUeil on ths Mississippi river, about sin? iiii'mn uoiu Memphis. In a spleudld cotton-..- .iiniry. aim si a polut which sbltis from b iles yearly, i allies uesiriug to sell lbeir b V MATKH! bust ness. Abnir ia i KONT STB KIT, Memphis. rKHIAL AND BIN DKBY-Having -d tte T)te, Presrtee (Hoe, Cam i be 1 1 tiVxjk. Hliuleryand liacninery or me t iming company,'' we will sell the lilies 10 suit purchasers. Address 6. C. TOO If .t H'KAWAY Almost new; for cash. P. -evenlh and Pruadway, Ft Pickering M The splendid residence and farm nniu". known as "Tulip Uiove." r ot Ms lor Doiielson, Is offered for estate. The bouse is a brick man- , in gtxsl reimlr. servants hiaisea. les aid cowbouM, carrlHge ami a s.) large oarns auci eigiil lenant- ds a?ut res or gooa iana, and a never-railing supply of Itiiul, Ikers being ulns Insllng In fiout of the house stands a of aoperes: c intrrb and scbiHil dislaol ftuu Nashville 1 1 miles .tiuu n. Ths ilaos Is noted tor d nnitirnl beauty. Will be sold . lsfe.l0.IHIO less Ihsn the Im- OOL PI If to wu. U. DKAHU, Mein- I. . Q.SssiKANK?t. Nashville, Tenn. AND CORN-MILL, CHKAP Id Brst- l'-r, ir 'ii i.llcKli ii is uiale liniuedinlely; I hl.N 's i.r. ' in ,-n cH;nr im V Min n strose, siso, a r.i.me, vt l..:iiiis make, ClueliinaU. 't e'iiersbop. n ii HC'ljil street. -'.er or rl). Juantlty and quality vi ehv n.'.'.,-r 41 John A. lienie s. tuMM) a co, s, l j nain O. H. P. Pit KK. N. UCH, f .KVBKIRH Til KATKK. w fKormffrlw Mmnnhli ThAator. DATXT ft BUOOKd Proprietors and Banaoera. Ciraad Hllarlona Epoch I your Nlgnta, commencing llondar, Uarcb'Bttt. Laughed Into the Utmont Popularltrt AAugnea into ine utmost nipaianiji WEATHEBSBT-tiOOUWIN FKOLIQUES Id their New Musical and Hamorona iiouuiKs: iiokbii:s! Krerywhei Prtlllant Hit! Krernchere a Brilliant Hit! Te DellKhts If Thou Canst aire, illrtb, with Thee I Mean to Live! - . BOX SnKKT NOW OPKN. . . Krld.17 and BiUnrtlar. Marrh 12-' 3th BYAN3. Monday, MartU lfith-HlCE'S KVANOgl.lNK. gT. PATKICK'S UA. A HKLPINQ HAND FOB SUFFKBINd IB1LASD! THE KNIGHTS oFtHE RED BRANCH CALL ATTENTION TO THEIR " Cramd Ball at Chra llall, Mareh 17th ' For the Benefit of I a Soli -ring People of Ireland. Tlrku mar be had from any of the members, or T. i. M'Cauy, treasurer. JOHN CLATlN, Chairman. J. B. Hakt, gecretary. HKUma, THKKVAKs. LEUBBIK H THEATKB, Friday and Saturday Nights. March lZtt And i:h. BitSt of the Irish Keller Ae(k Itti ion and Odd Fellows Library. M t TIN EE Saturday H o'clock, for baneflt of CTty a-liool. CAI.VIT kOHKRTri, Manurr. FOi: fALK OEC LE.AKE. (IAN03 3nd-hnnd Pianos and Oivans for rtaloor rrnt, at H. ti. HOLLENBEBU'S, Music Hixisw, 2H4 Main stn-t e-OHT. Q 1 O RKWARI - Lost fi-om AK5 Pontotoc atreet, UlU Ja'iuurr ar.tii, white Rnd lemon speckled setter dog; su montlisold. I. BKYSON.2H1 Main. SETT KB One" aliite ami lemon-spotted setter dog A Ubentl ipvrard for lili return to CRHHVAS. No. 13 Msdlson sMK. PONY MAHK -About 141 hands high; sorrel, with gtay hairs showing all oyer her body: all feK white; biaze face: gray soar oyer right eye; mar Te,T beavy. Was stolen at L. and n. depot; will pay S25 rot her delivery to TOM KIN4, at BartleU, Tenn., or Lee House, comer Front and Overiou streeta, Memphis. ItKWAHl). Qrt HEWABO Will be paid by the unrter 'D'JyJ signed for the recovery of the body of Fred Whitcamp, wno whs drnwnwl In the Mississippi river, several miles abov4 Cairo, on Sunday, Feb- UHy 2'd. He Is of medium night; wore canton flannel underdo) lies, blue cheviot overshlrt, rest and ami jacitei, oitie jeans itHnis, and snnea. MKH KKK.D WHITCMP, Cairo. Ill DB. K. Ul,Akl has rwinoved his residence and o!iKuai7 MAIN bT., between Monroe and Union, over Ht tT'n totui store. DB. J. U Wai"T -ttwlnovedlo : 241 MAIN STBKBT. Corner Jeflerson. under Bingham's Uallery, CURKd PlLr, FISTULA, and oilier RECTAL DISEASES. No hindrance rrom business. Omoe hours: (ieutleinen W to 1 1 a.m., knd3 to 4 p.m. Lwllnt 1 to :t n in. .lUHNIbHRIl ROOM Vrom to . with or 1 without boeid. Apply at 178KCONDST. N iCKLY FURNiSBKD KOOMS At the ferry House. 4.1 I'oplar. MRS. C. P. FREEMAN. LVtUHNIaHKli HKMb JP boanlers wanted at -Willi boaid; also, day 117 COURT 8TBKET. D ESIRABLK FROM ROOMS-Wlth board, at lHr THIRD 31 BKKT. I UBNISHEi) rooms wuh board; also, day board 1 era wanted at ftH Madison street. L."OOMd furnished rooms with "excellent taMe V board. Par hoarders wanUl at fitt Monroe St. JVBO N T "BOOM K Ivgni'ill y Mr nlshedTat No7T04 I ' Court street, Sultabre for gentleman and wile, or two single gentlemen. References K OOMd Nice furnished rooms, cheap, at T". hft MAIN o FKKrT. TO EXt'llANUi;. PLANTATIONS 2IX 0 acres In Lincoln ceiinty. Arkansas. 40 acres near Knrrest Citr, Aiknnsas. H'JO acres In Phillips county. Arkansas. . H I A actcs Dear Jetlersonvllle, Arkansas, lrt.'i acres ou Arkansas Cenlml b. R., Ark. 100 acres In Mississippi county. Arkansas, ltto acres In Prairie county. Akamas. FARMS 2rt0 acres In f ayette county, Tennessee. H " 10O t ltiO acres each, In Fayet3 co., Tenn. 8 rORBS 2-story brick. Macon. Teunessce. 2-story frame, Miicon, Tennessee. HOTEL Livery stable and cotise. Winona, Mis slppl, for an Improved suburban place with fiom 15 lo iJO acres All of above property will be exchanged for Mem his property. 4 FINE BRICK RESIDENCES In city. 7 FRAME DWKLLINOS. Above property for bottom places. 1 BRICK 8 TO RE, Main street, for suburban plase. 1 IMPROVED SUBURBAN FLACK for city prop erty; will pay difference In cash. IvK) ACRKd, ft miles south of e ty, for Improved suburban place on street-car line; will pay difference lu c:sh. In addition to above list of properly for exchange, I have some of the finest property In Memphis Blocks and Stnies on Main, Mad son and Second streets; also Cotton Shrds, Business and Reside noe Lots; also Plantutlons in Tennesso, Mississippi ad Arkansas FOB S A LB LOW AND ON LIBERAL TERMS. Investors will 11 ml tt to their Interest to call before purchasing. Ml. L. GFIOW, A gear. 1W MADISON HTRrtBT. GOOD MILLINER To go to Helena. Arkansas Call at 10.) ADAMS STttEKT. UNFUHNISHEO HOOMS-Wlth board, for small famllr. Call on or address, with prVe per month (Monday) H67 UNION 8TBEET. 1 OOD BOY-From 15 lo 18 rests old. Address In K.X owrj handwriUng, Wji. MILLER CO., 22 1 Main street TWO APPRENTICES At Mrs. O'TooIe's, ress X maker, 154 Hernando. Paid while learning. GOOD WASHER AND IRON K-At 294 VANOE STREET. OCCUPANTS-Fortwohaudsomely furnished and one unfurnished room, with board, in private f ami 'yon Vance st. Address FAMILY, this office . b""fRST I" LA Set CAN VASEBS-In Tennessee and Mlsstssliud, for "Mark Twain's" new book, TRAMP ABROAD: also for popular subscription books and Catholic works. For terms, address SOU THERN PUB. CO , Box 1 16. New Orleans, La . r"l two Hood seoond-Hiind Two-Horse Wagons. Ap-J- ply to Poai EB, TAYLOR k CO. PERMANENT 8ITUATION-By man and wife, to oversee and manage a farm or plantation. Are competent; have iud expt rlenos, and can furnish best of references. A ddress F., 817 Madison street . & OABD AND KURtsIanKD BOOM wuh dress ing room attached. Address, stating terms. ii. ., Appeal omoe. WOMAN To rook, wnsh and Iron. Apply to J. W. X. BROWN g. 40 Madison St. LITTLE CAHTAL- lu the biggest paying enter lerpilselu Memphis. Prtmis Immense; secured by mouupolr. Apply atUOP-mAW'S. aad Main st H kilDKNC'E - lu Memphis tor an Arkansas farm. Beat esisie trading men to can on D it. K P. BsTBS, W Mulberry street. run uKivr. LOUIMVILLE STORES Foor large, capacious Bloiee, the thieat on Main street. In the city nl Louisville, belong'n to the rstiteof the late H. Burge. deoeas-d. In the most central buslnets por tion of the city; foor end live stoi s blgh; Iron and sioi.e front; elevators and flie proof vaults, and every Improvemenl; liber wholesale or retail; In elegant tepalr; on the square with the 1 oulsvllle Hotel, and on I be next sipiare. between Seventh and F.lghth streets. For rent rlngly or Jointly. ts i'ii terms to.sult the lenanls. Satisfaction guaranteed. Apply to BfKKLISO B. TONEY, attorney for the Estaie, Louisville. Ky. OTORK-ROOM I'mter Penbody hotel. No. 807 O Main street, from March 1st. Apply to R B. SNOWDRN, Or J. U Oootlloe, as Madison street liHlUR NICK RKSIDKNCKH On Madison and 1' Court streets; convenient to business. Abbly to R. B. Snowdeiior jM.Liolloe. .'t8MjidJgr:L bXlOMH-Klimble and Central' Hooms, for Law Vj jers' or Doctors' olhces. Inquire at Vi H.liK.K'.-l Ht.OT AND blloK STORE, H'.t Main street. Clark's Marble BUvk. 1 0r)tSTlionHighl cleaned, unfumisned rooms, V to resiMinslbie iwrtles, wlUiout children, at 817 Madison street. Call In afternoon. Sl'ORKltoi'SKS Seerl large hrst-claas Main street st jreboue, centrally located.) Storehouses 2:in and 217 Second street. C Jle A t.'s old stand, 8H2 Seoono street. Nix 2H4 Secoud street, eonier Court. Dftelllnghoure on Jessamine street, recently occu pied b) K. L. Ttvmi. Dwellings In the snbtfrbs. UiH) aires well renced cultlvaUible land, two miles from the etiy. Well lmi.nive.1 clane of 2:t0 acres, six miles from city, wlib ilnecotlou gin. Slseuuig- ooiuatidotuoi s u Front. Court ard Second streets. JOHN OVKRTON. Ju. Ai plylo C. N. URObVBNWB, corner Second and Court. "T-STiOit Lart-e iiiiriuiiisuedlronl room, wllh small 1 room connect!! g, can le had, wllh good boani, t 7'i Court streeL Hef'Tences reiilreL I )lHita juriilshed or untiuulhed, slugle or In ' suits, without board; aartiuents suited for igtil housoatH plng, at 101 Jefferson street OOMrt .'iirniahed rooms, Sti lojkl per month. at HI l Jenerson street. tt aolHKNCKa- -Two clean, commodious resl- lences, free from rever tnreetlon. M1NOK MKKAWKTHF.K. Second st. LEMOHi ORWES! 1000 BXS. LEMONS, 1000 BXS.ORANGES Fresh Arrivals, Sound, and in Fine Shipping. For Sale at Very Low Prices WHOLESALE GROCERS, a KM 111 IH TENN KHMKE. PAKAOJUfH. like the "idea of fjrona. as to the '-jl Russia. Oliver FiiiM Co v ceived last niRhr, iof3lj, cheap edition, twenU cents, at Manstord's, 29S Main street. . "Glad-I-ate-her" Ifcrewell tXrformance before the Memphis public bj Joha MCul lough, -Ws had beavy tragedy at the Theater aat week, and will hare jolly light comedy thia week. Vesper services at Ft. Teter'a Catholic church will boffin at half-past seven o'clock this evening. Mr. M'Callough goes hence to Nashville for a four nights engagement, commencing to-morrow night. The Bartlett circuit court. Judge El driuVe pr'egiding, will open up for the term to-worrow morning. Judge Baiter, of the United States court. left for home last evening. He will return in about three weeks. The "Chicks'-' and their sweethearts at tended the Theater last night in force as a compliment to Mr. M'CuI1ojku- Arthur M'Elrattv, colored', wfli arrested last niaht on snsoiciou. ol kUiM'.cx a lot ot jewelry from a soberuAn resident. Th4 receicts at the Theater last night amounted to nearly fourteen hundred dollars the largts. house of the present or any past season. The regular monthly meeting of the Ladies' ybristfe.n association wiil be hld to morrow v Monday) morning sit tae usual hour in d place. To morrow sight, at the Greenlaw Qje .aouse, a meeting ot ci'ix-ns wi'l be held to organize the society lot the prevention of cruelty tp antmals. The Woalhersby-Goodwin Froliques will b the hvely and amusing attraction at ho Theater to motrov nigut, v?hen Hob biet wilt be presented. Yesterday Judge Horrig-an, of the crimt il dart, sentenced G-. J'. JjSes, heretof jre found (cnilUr ft tArten, to three yeata iiupr.r eontnent in the State penitcutiaty. The present backwater in the bottom tafids along the Miss ssippi and coiifluents Till produce a btsautil .il crop of gnats and mosquitoes for sumaaer snd tall work. ' The Theater ma inee d the perform ance last night drC crowded houses. Even standing room was d ffioult to secure. So much tor Virginiut, the Gladiator and John M'Cullough. At the criminal court yesterday the jury in the case of the State vt. Wi.liatn Kirk, lar ceny of trunks, returned a verdict ot not guilty, and the defendant was discharged trom custody. To-morrow Special Judge J. M. Greer will preside at ths criminal coert and hear cases wherein Judge Ilorrigan is incompetent oy ninoh ot Interest, buiug counsel of de fendants in such cases. Oa Tuesday night next thre will be a free sociable by the Uilping Hind, at th First Baptist church, when tho new pastor, ttev. Dr. W. A. Mentfrotiltry, will ba glad to meet all the 'congregation. - A few county officials seem to be mor bidly sensitive whim the question as to their Hiciat bonds is even vaguely rrterred to by newspapers. The una with a good solid bond displays no such weakness. Work has already commenced in ctear- t ing off the grojnd encumbered by the bent and burned machioery and timbers, the wreck cauBed by the fire at the wagon facto ry of James, kloosa & Graham, on J i Hereon street. , Let all good citizens Cntte in aiding the ladies of the christian nssoci it ion and show noble Charity, generous patronage during the progress of tho series of dinners that bein next Tuesday. The ladies and the cause are irresistible. The supreme court of the tJoited Htates in the recent Virginia case decided that col ored men have not the right to denund a mixed jury In any particular case. Several cases in our criminal court have been settled by the above decision. The following marriage licenses wore is sued by the county coutte'erk yesterday. Col ored Louis Moore and I'restind Long, J ba Morris and Eliza Page, John l'ugh and Amanda Moore. Whiles W. J. Hickman and Mary Hardin. Ladies wishing to contribute poultry or hah to the JU idles christian association din ners are notili.nl that an arrangement has b'-eo made with b. Clement, dealer in game and Gsn, Lk-ale street, to fill orders lor th s purpose at special rates. The following contributions to the Irish relief fund have been received by the secre taty, Mr. John J. D itl'yt Collections by Mrs. Shipley and MiSj Mat'gie Begley, f 53 50; l!ronsm Bavlifl', $5; Hon. Jacob Thompson, $5; P. M. Patterson, $5; John Eugant, $5; the widow's mite, $1; Mrs J. t. Prescott, fl. Yesterday aflerncoa Esquire Quigley f O.nmitted Mrs. 13 any to jail as a lunatic. She resided out near Winchester cemetery and disturbed the neighborhood considera bly. She is not dangerous, but very trouble some. She is quite an aged woman and seemed to be overcame by melancholy aud trouble. Yesterday morning Esquire Spellman held an inquest upon the body of a white man, name unknown, at the Little Rock de pot. Several days ago the unknown man accidentally fell from a trestle out on the road and was brought to this city for treat ment, but he died yesterday morning. Noth ing could be discovered as to his identity or history. In the case of tho State vs. G. W. Kredee, who was found guilty by a criminal court jury on Friday last of assault and bat tery with intent to kill. Judge Horrigan yesterday sentenced the defendant to pay a 6oe of fifty dollars and to imprisonment at the county workhouse tor eleven months and twenty-nine days. An appeal to the supreme court was prayed for and granted. The semi-centennial anniversary of the Memphis and Shelby county bible society will be celebrated at the Cumberland Presby terian church, East Court street, to-night, the exercises to commence at seven and a half o clock. The programme consists of vocal and instrumental music, scripture reading, prayers, receiving reports of committees, ad dresses and election of officers and executive committee. Dr. Chandler, late secretary of the board of health, sends ns a lengthy communication in which he complains that an irj jstice was done him by a recent publication in the Appeal. Dr. Chandler was not referred to in that article, neither directly nor iuferen tially, and has therefore no ground or cause for complaint. The complaint ef the Appeal that statistics of the sanitary work done were not kept, was justified by the facts as stated. Early veaterday morning Mr. William Dingnam, manager of Gaston's hotel, discov ered a suspicious-looking boarder, who had secured a room on the second floor, attempt ine to enter rooms on tho third floor. Mr. Bingham escorted the prowler to the station boutse, whera he cave his name as S. C. Bannon and bid residence Vicksburg. Ha had been rooming at Gaston's for several days, and on account of his actions had ex cited the suspicion of the proprietor and manager, who watched his movements, and with the result above stated. At the chancery court yesterday, a bill praying lor divorce was filed by Maggie Wilks against 1 nomas U. Wilks, alleging that they intermarried in this county in De cember, 1878, and lived together until De cember, 1879. In November of 1879, de fendant drew a butcher-knife on her, and also a meat-ax or cleaver, and threatened to kill ber. Uia conduct and treatment was so cruel and inhuman as to render it unsafe for her to live with him, and she was forced to leave him. He has refused and neglected to provide for her. She alleges that she has been a eood aid fai'hfu1 wife and endeavor ed by all possible me ni to win the defendant over from his wicked ways, but she could not, therefore she asks tor a divorce from the bondB of matrimony. Mortuary report for the week ending Saturday. March 6th, at 6 p.m : Name. Jao. Yahrling Age. 60 Sex. male, male, male. CoUtr Sunise. white Jaundice. C'ld J. Johnson 8 wks ri wks ft mos cored eol'ed white white non viable. C'ld M. Orlllin. Rosa Mulllna.. general deblL dlolberla. scarlatina. female, female. M. K. Orabam. lwmo 42 :i 75 50 2 70 2W Chas. O'keete. John Dorsey. . . Mary Thomas. John Whnlen. . J. A. Lombard, John Taylor... male, male. while white eol'ed white white eol'ed dlptherla. pneumonia. female old age. male . pnth. mil. female. con.brn&stom male, male. congestion. anasarca. pneumonia. convulsions, consumption. consumption. can.ofstomacn Wm. H. Taylor white Ada Hays Fanny Aiken.. Cbaa Watklns. Julia Johnson. Dor. liolloway. Bridget Shea.. lSuio female, female. eol'ed 22 41) IS " rW wnlte male. eol'ed eol'ed eol'ed white female, female, female, female. R2 branch, chron. convulsions. pbth. pul. pneumonia. congestion. accident. Wary Pearly... Jessee Stroud. Willie Isaac. . U. F. Cotteru.. Unknown. 5 mos cored white ;m 10 mo 40 40 male, male, male, male. cored white hlte Distribution of Deaths by Wards First, 0; second, 2; third, 1; fourth, 2; fifth, 2; sixth, 5; seventh, 3; eighth, 3; ninth, 1; tenth, 4. City hospital, 1. Still born, 0. White, 13. Colored, 10. Inquests by coroner, 2. iotal, 23. JOHN ABERCROMBIB, M. D., Secretary Board of Health. treats' low akaea 1st asarsx-ea, kid mast rreaca ralf, at Warn. Hitler Co. 'a, 1 Malt otreot. Pratt JL'rllpae 4s in. AnwrnAl lfc t.mnlNA. Mish.. ftdimftr, 1 Iflua Pratt Uia Company, Memphis, Tennessee: Dear Sirs I have been familiar with gins and cotton-ginning for over forty years, .ml I thmlr vnnr lr.hnfiA cin and faAdar bm the greatest improvements I have seen or Known tor ginning rjotn ciean, trasny or nuny cotton since gins were first invented. Respect- IUIiy, u. a. assaiuns. Colonel D. II. Sessions is one of the most practical and successful planters on the Mis sippt r ver, and has run our Eclipse gin and feeder all thia winter. PRATT IN COMPANY. Ladies! Ladies will find the spring style hat and bonnet-shapes at Goodyear 's. Ladles' Leghorn hats bleached and shaped tolcoK good as new at Goodyear 's. Ladles' straw bats dyed and reshaped at Goodyear's. Ladles' chip hats bleached or dyed at Good year's. Ladles' Leghorn hats dyed and reshaped at Goodyear's, 250 Second street. Photograph. Bingham Brothers, the renowned photo graphers at 241 Main street, near the corner of Jefferson street, are now prepared to take likenesses in a manner not excelled by any aitist ot this or any other city. I bey nave They have' thatr arsta! rant) the beat materials and instruments that! be purchased, and thoroughly nndni their business they turn out elegant Their gallery ia filled with artisfiej-w ot wprl-msrt''"- "-.;:' ' B. J,0VE.Ti:iN Ot BROS. Announce the arrival op New Spring Goods I Customers will please bear in mind that ne such stocks are kept in the south, and that every department is now thoroughly replete with every foreign and domestic hovtUy in the marked. FIRST OF THE SEASOJi I Black Grenadines confined styles. Brocade Grenadines. Satin Grenadines. Brocade and fjatin lirenailinr s. SOMETHING VERY NEW. Yeddo Sdttines. Figured Momies. Striped Cheviots. Plaid Princess Cloth. SILKS! SILKS! SILKS I The place to buy silks is where every shade, color and combination can be found. We have made unusual efforts to place before the ladies of Memphis and vicinity, the bnest as sortment of real novelties (many of them con fined style) ever brought to the south. You will certainly savj money by pricing through ELEGANT NOVELTIES IN Striped China Bilfea. Painted Japanese Silks. Changeable Silks. Brocade Silks. Yeddo Silks By Express, Another Large Lot of New Silk Costumes. New Walking Suits. New Spring Dolmans. New Walking Jackets, An nnequaled variety of everything NOVEL, NEW AND STYLISH IN lres Goods! ICH, MEDIUM AND LOW PRICE. COMBINATIONS TO MATCH ALL. ANOTHER ARRIVAL OP Beaded Capes. Lico Kichi'Sk Lace Neckwear. Lace Scarfs. Brocaded Ribbons. Painted Ribbons. Colored Laces, B. LOVTENSTKliN Jfc BROS. THE SEASON'S NOVELTIES! 31 K IV Ii. K N BKOTJIEKS DISPLAY TO-MORROW Novelties in t"ancy Dress Goods Novelties in British Hosiery Novelties in Ties and Ilnchinus Novelties in Oslo and Lace Gloves Novelties in Children's Dresses Novelties in Brcaded Ribbons Novelties in Fichus and Capes Novelties in Gimps and Fringes Novelties in Ladies' Spring Wraps THE NOVELTY OF NOVELTIES! 50 new s'yle Paras ds 50 new style Parasols 50 new style Parasols MENKEN BROTHERS. N.B. Embroidered Lace and Silk Hosiery, the most elegant ever shown in Memphis. Fire! The shock of the fire-bells awakes no more thrilling sensation to the ladies than the no ticelof the arrival of new spring styles. Then what a pleasant surprise awaits them at the enterprising bouse ot wm. Miner k uo., zzi Main street, who have just received an end less variety of the most novel and beautiful patterns in low shoes and slippers for spring wear. He did not overlook the wants of the gentlemen, but rather has supplied a full stuck ia French calf, Morocco and kid of every late pattern in lew shoes, both in tie and button g ods. If yon want a stylish foot-coverinir don t fail to visit W m. Muter & Go., Ill Main street, and examine his beautiful as sortment. They have been chosen in such endless quantity that all are sure to be pleased in style, ht and price. a. ciianuk: Monday, ") TnnaHsiV- I FOR SIX DAYS l ueeut&y, i Wednesday, ! I shall sell my entir Thursday, f stock of Household Friday, Goods Saturday, AT COST! Parties with cash can make wonder ful purchases during this week, as I have determined to close them at cost price. See circulars..... See circulars . .See circulars. . -See circulars. J. . tTATKUKS, 77 Mala afreet. apprise atylea 1st ladles' susd xewta' low shoes. Wan. Mlllejf et Co.. 21 Hala street. Browne, the Plumber I Is prepared to put in water-closets, bath tubs, sewer-connections and plumbing work in the best manner and at the lowest prices. Only first class men are employed and the best materials used. Custom-made Boota aad Skset. A. laxce, Vresk atorsu Cheap. Jos. ITasaBaaa.SSS Hala street. A tiood News Depot. At 236 Main street, above Jefferson, Mr. William Leiben has one of the neatest and best newspaper depots in the south. He is agent for all magazines and periodicals, and all books, magaz nes, etc., wanted by his customers can be supplied in fire days from the time the order is received, the whole list too at publisher's prices. Mr. Leiben keeps a fine supply of books, stationery, pencils, papeteries, and all novelties in the stationery line, and his promptness in settling with thoee from whom his supplies are received renders his credit solid with all publishers north and east. This is well known to those who are familiar with Mr. Leiben 'a method of doing business. He deserves the success he has attained. MCIIOUI BOOKS FOR THE MILLION. CHAN. I1EUZOH JL BBO., SOS HA 1ST MTKBKT. OPPOSITK PEABODY HOTEL. Spring Hats. A new and elegant stock of spring goods has been received by Martin Cohen, dealer in hats at 219 Main street, near corner of Adams and under Worsham House. The hats are of the latest styles known to the trade and will be sold at wonderfully low prices. If you want to purchase something new and novel yon must go to Cohen's. A pair trial only is needed to convince the most skeptical, that Hall's vegetable Sicilian hair renewer will accomplish ail that is claimed for it. End neater. YT. A. Greene, Mason. Ga, Write-' eerfully state that I have tested the Yd efficiency of Coldea's Lie big" Ixtract of beef in my private pr' fs of gener.l debility, weak- V, dyspepsia, loss ot v appetite lictiona, when medietas had Vn useless. 1 have foad it I ever use ia chrox J ohol- tomach is afwaf rV'iUbte 3 n'l'i-I r 1. " VV WH, I'BAIUfc CO. WE HAVE JUST OPENED ELEGANT LINES OF DRESS GOODS AT TOPULAR TRICES. One lot all-wool Moraie cloths, in all desir able shades, at 50o a yard. These goods are considered the most desirable and economical article for ladies' or children's spring wear u:..u iu wi i-,..l. We shall also cll'r this wetk great drives in BLACK CACHEMERE I)E LYON AND GR03-GRA1N SILKS! A very handsome 22-inch silk at $1 72. A very rich 22 inch silk at $2 62, worth f3 50 a yard. A Very magnificent '1-incb. silk at i 77. equal to any at f 4 per yard. IN HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS We are prepared lo show very handsome styles Turkey red and BleacJwd Table Damasks, la plain and fancy borders at unusually low prices. Verv handsome knotted fringe, finest make damask towels at oUc each, worth ft 20. NOW ON DISPLAY Latest novelties in Hair Ornaments, Bangles. Couibs, Neckties, etc., NEW TIES At far below the usual prices for fancy articles. New Languedoc Rucbing, New Lmguwloc Fichus! Prices within the reach of everyone! TO CLOSE OUT. A large lotof dressed and unlaundiiod shirtfl, best domestic aud hue linen uosnuis, at 75c apiece woi tu at present prices of material nearly double) that price! WH1. FRANK & CO., 249 Main Street. Floyd'r Beataurant. All the delicacies this week. Our dinner bill will be extra nice salads, new lettuce, radishes, fine dessert?, ice-cream and fruit- icea. MONDAY'S DINNER. SOUP. Mock turtle. German broth. fish. Boiled trout, oyster sauce. BOILED. Leg of mutton, caper sauce. ROASTS. Ribs of beef, with potato croquetts. Saddle of venisou. cranberry sauce. Loin of pork, with apple Bauce. . Loin of beef. Turkey, currant jolly. kntrees. Sweetbreads, fricasoed, a la royal. Oyster paties. Chicken croquetts. Spring lamb, with green peas. Queen fritters. Glaci, au rnsse. VEGETABLES. Mashed potatoes. Asparagus. Sugar corn. Stewed peas. Batter beans. . Boiled rice. Boiled onioua. Stewed tomatoes. Browned sweet potatoes. Boston bakod pork and beans, ' SALADS AND RELISHES. Radishes. Green onions. Horse-radish CbickrTsaUd. Dressed lettuce. PASTRY AND DESSERTS. Q'lince, damson, lemon and mince pies. Cocoanut pudding, lemon sauce. Timbale of rice, a la mirangue. Peach-cobbler, with cream. Mirangue, a la Chantilly. Cream tarts, with prunels. Roman punch. Vanilla ice-cream. UBA.ND Dlil'LAY OF PARIS PATTERN HATS AND BONNETS PARIS WRAPS AND NOVELTIES! Of Our Own Importation! THURSDAY. MARCH 11TUI KKEIIK!f,HKBZ ! At J4. Mewiiis-XlaATliine Repaiiit, All kinds of machines repaired by R. J. DONOVAN CO., 2rl2 Second strest. 13 15 14 Is as popular in New York as Floyd's can dies are in Memphis. Hsaoke Wright's Qrssgs Dsrkaai. FLOWEKS! FLOWERS! FLOWERS! T. A. Eiaaab Co., Proprietors of the Memphis Floral com paoy, have their Floral World for 1880 now ready. It is a beautiful illustrated pamphlet gotten out by Tracy & Co., descriptive of roses, plants, bulbs, Hower-sced, etc., and will be mailed free to everybody upon appli cation. It will be of great interest to all lovers of flowers. Send for it at once, btore 357 Main street. "I know he's coming by this sign, That baby's almost wild: See how he laughs and crows anil starts Heaven bless that merry child; His lather's self in face and limb, And father's heart is strong in him. Shout, baby, shout, and clap thy hands, For father on the threshold stands. For him I left the doors ajar And Sol Coleman's No. 10 cigar." Dry goods at cost. See circulars. Watkins, 277 Main Btreet. J. G Kor flsest it. vor smoke Wright's Or Ute liar in It exrela all 's?. JP. Turner, Dentist, 313 Main street Carpets, Bugs and Shades! Mr. G. W. Naill, at Nos. 352 and 354 Main Btreet, is offering bargains in his full line of carpets, matting, rugs and shades, these goods are a specialty and merit tho inspeu tion ot both merchants and citizens who con template the purchase of such articles. Mr, Naill guarantees every article as represented, Straw mattings. Messrs. Brvson & Camp, at No. 231 Main street, have just received a full line of straw mattings in all the new styles, shades and colors. Their stock of furniture, carpets, rugs and curtains is full and complete. They are offering bargains in mattings, te which they call special attention. At nine o'clock Monday morning my sale of dry goods, at cost, will begin. J. G. Wat kQ8, 277 Main street. If You Want to be Pleased With everything you buy in the grocery line go to George N. Paine & Co. 'a store, corner Vance and Lauderdale streets. They keep a strictly choice and lull line of goods, and they guarantee that their stock is the most novel and fresh in South Memphis. This new firm deserves the patronage of all South Memphi ana. 00 Texas Horses. Just received and for sale two hundred choice Texas horses and mares. Call early and secure bargains. J. a. porrkst co , r)l Monroe Sheet Msaehe Wrla-ht'a Orasi Oaraaaa. Brown Jones. sxW KSUi Mala irress. Jrtr Hale. A new G rover and with all the attach m two for three montl at 339 Court extended - Wilson Mewing -machines. It you want a new Wi or your i reoairad nrooerlv. call ,JWVI bkjaCifs, Something NewEytrjDav. eeossl Week of Osr Great Hale. Hew Additions in Every Department. 1000 pounds zephyr in every desirable shade at C.'jc an ounce. Wonderful new bargains! Read! Read! Read! 1000 pieces prints (slightly damp) at 6j peryard-4500 pieces bleached muslin (one yard wide) equal to Lonsdale, at 8Jc per yard; 50 pienes extra wide f-tney plaid dress ginghams at 10c, elsewhere 15?; 20 pieces assorted wool dress goods, all at bz per yard; 10 pieces ex tra wide gray mioed BRitiog. at 10:, worth 20c; 25 pieces very heavy brocaded dress goods at 12fcc, worth 20c; 10 pieces gray de- bageat ZUj, worth 6oc; 10 pieces black crepe dress goods, at 25s, wjrth 40c; job lot silk warp alpaca (very fine) at 50c, worth 85r; 5 pieces black satin at 75c, worth $1 25; 5 pieces very heavy blf ;k gros-gras silk at 65c, worth $1 25; plain brcaded satins at 25c per yard less than elsewhere; 20 pieces Turkey red table damask at 65c, worth 93 3 per yard; 5 pieces Turkey red table damesk (extra quali ty), at twe worth tl 25c per yard: 50 dozen Turkey red napkins ti match, only 50c a dozen; o picc3s lierman table linen at zoc, worth 35s ier yard; 10 pieces bleached table damask at 50:, worth 75c; 8 pieces bleached table damask at 65;, worth 90c; 5 pieces bleached table damask, (very finest quality) f 1, worth tl 75 per yard; job lot white din ner napkins, all siss, at 60s per dozen. Bed-Spreads. 35 white bed-SDread8. SI. worth SI 50 each; 25 white bed spread, f I 50, worth S2 each; 25 Marseilles bed-spreads, S2, woitk S3 each: 25 Marseilles bed-spreads, Z'J o0, worth $3 50 each; 15 Marseilles bed-spreads, 5, worth f4 50 encbj lo very nnest bed spreads, $5, worth $8 each. Hosiery! Hosiery! Hosiery! 200 dozn assorted ladies' hose.bleached and nnbleached, all at 8s, worth 15a a pair; 1C0 dozin nssorted ladies' colored bose. all at 10c, worth 25c a pair; 50doen retrularmade la dies' ho?e. all at 15c. worth 35o a pair; 75 dozen extra-length, Very best ladies colored hose, all at 25c, worth 50s a Dair; silk em broidered Balbnggan hose, 25c, worth oOc. a pair; gros grain silk ribbons; in all colors, 5c per yard; all lioen handkerchiefs, 5a each; white knitting-cotton, equal to Dexter's, 5c a ball: lace-edee and bobmet rucbing, oc a yard; fine hem-stitched handkerchiefs, 10c each; and the balance of our two-button kid gloves, in all shades, at 35c a pair. White Goods. Tvonlv.fiiFo niuv, nssnrfed white-c hecked nainsook, 12J cents, worth 20 cents per yard : 10 pieces assorted white pique, 10 cente. arsirtti IA fnnfa ninM vprV finA niHllO. 15 i.nli wnrth 9Ji cents? .r0 ninees figured pique, cents, worm i- cenw; pieces wkila V i.f rti -i lonn. 1 W cnntjl worth 95 Cental zo pieces s wiss, lu cents, worm ai cent. Look Sharp. The following extra bargains will be sold on Monday only: 6 quart milk pans, 10 cents, cost lit cents each; school, satcnnis. 10 cents, worth 25 cents each: 4 wheeled wagons, .5 cents, worth 15 cents each; sponges, 5 cents, worth lo cents each; market-baskets, 5 cents each ; coral and Kilt ear rings. 5 cents cer Dair: ivoiv sleeve buttons. 5 cents per pair; and 1000 pounds sephyr in every desirable shade, in sp'it anu sinsrie, all the high colors, all at 64c, worth 12JC per ounce. Carpets and Nattlngg. Best hemp carpet. 20c per vard: 50 pes in grain cirpeh, in all patterns, 30c, worth 45u per yard; 10 pes verv heavy carpet, in all patterns, o-xs, worth ol)3 per yard ; lu pes a u wool fillinir cirrjet. 45c. worth 65c per yard; 25 pes beat red checked matting, 20c per yard; door mats, from 65c npz window shade Hol lands, in all colors, 15c per yard; very heavy oil-curtain corals, 25c per yard; largest size crumb cloths, 50, worth $7 50 each; and 100 Brussels rugs (beautiful patterns), fl each. Knbbers! Rubbers! Robbers! 1000 pair ladies' and gents' rubbers all at 45c, worth 75c and f 1 a pair. Houge-Furnlshin? Goods. Wire dish covers (five in set) 75e, worth SI 25 a set: largest size feather dusters 75c, worth f 1 25; engraved water goblets 12c each, twin preserve dishes loc each, break fast sets fsir Diecesi 50c and 60c a set. tin toilet sets S2 50, worth S4; painted tin slop buckets (with cover) 75s, worth $1 25: large size bread boxes Sfc. worth SI 50; fine brass lamps (complete) 35c each, very fine porcelain lamps with globe $1 each, covered market baskets 75c worth SI 25: very fine dust pan and brush SI a set; colored covered market baskets 75c SI and SI 25: dish pans (with handles) largest size 30c, 35c and 40c each; six and eight quart milK pans loc ana 20c each, largest siz3 hinged canisters 25c each, britannia ccnee drippers 7oc each st:ak pounders and hatchets 25c sauce pans 15c, 20, and 25c each, steel butcher knives 15c each, bent shoe brushes 15s and 25a eacn very fine handle shoe brushes 25c each, best feather dusters 25c each, and a full assort ment of the best English stone china and glassware. Five Cent Department. Sponges, mirrors, clothes pins, paper files, shelf paper.faucets, mallets, stocking darners. potato mashers, tnmblers. fancv baskets, mar ket bankets, egg cups, lamp chimneye(all sizes) extracts, shoe blacking (three kinds) stove paste, pie crumpets, mucilage with brush ink, napkin rings, dish mops, large slates ABU books, t3ilet soaps ot eveiy descrip tion, stove polish, st ive lifters, egg testers rubber balls, pie forks, bjok straps, bread toasters, jumping ropes, fancy chromos mincing knives, dippers, skimmers, funnels wooden buckets, memorandum books, stand ard but h.es, floral sets, lemonade shakers, shoelitf, Mark Twain's sketches, checker board and checkers, toothbrushes, dessert plates, preserve dishes, hammers, gimlets flesh forks, scoops, rubber bibs, gravy and cream ladies, table and teaspoons, knives and forks, pocket sassors, nutme; graters, cake turners, tea and coffeepot stands, bast ing spoons, tack hammers, wardrobe hooks. cigar ash holders, tack pullers, can openers, z nc machine oilers, pickle forks, combina tion hatchets, coat holders, pieplates (all sizes), scolloped pieplates (every size), pud ding pans, tin plates, pint measures, gtavy strainers, soup dishes, ladles, stewpans, cofF-je and tea canisters, rakes, egg beaters. All ot the above articles at five cents each. Ten Cent Department. Two-quart cups, wash basins (three sizes), two-quart dippers, japanned dust pans, Brit annia cake-turners, vegetable strainers, sixty foot clothes line, whisk brooms (three kinds), handled scrub brushes, covered tin buckets, feather dusters, patent egg beaters, wood buck ets, tea and coffee canisters, lemon squeezers, hearth brooms, syrup jags, shears, two-blade pocket knives, square cake pans, garden trowels, shoe dressing, fancy bird cage hooks, tobacco boxes, nut crackers, fancy chromos.tea bells, garden tools, japanned lunch boxes, boot jacks, clothea racks, zinc wash boards, knife boxes, hammers, bowl strainers, pickle dish es, sauce dishes, spoon holders, goblets, cloth brushes, wire dish covers, ice picks and ice hatchets, kitchen trays, coal shovels, tuba cake pan, oyster can, cuff protectors, shoe brashes, window cleaners, kaleidoscope, night lamp, Spaulding glue, Leslie's Maga zine, lunch boxes. All the above articles at 10c each. Don't fail to get your zephyrs, in every de sirable shade, at 6Jc per oz. BEJAC1I & BRASH, 273 Ma;n Street, opposite Court Square. Some handsome sets of Eastlake furniture at cost. J. G. Watkins. W e w i n g- a acli 1 n es. For a new machine, of any make, or to get your old machines repaired, go to R. J. DONOVAN CO., 2rt2 Second street. JH0MWA1"JS SPECIALTIES! HKXKCSI B BOTB ERS Place the following bargains before the public to-morrow: 1000 dozen Towels, large size, 12c each 50 pieces all-linen Damask, 36c. 5C30 yards Dress Goods, 6 .'4c. DOMESTICS AMD SHEETINGS. Best makes only, at the lowest possible prices. OVER 50O rKUPL.E VISIT CHAS. HERZOG & BRO.'S BOOK AND STATIONERY STORE IN ONE DAY. The rusb for photographs of the American celebrities still continues. Although our sec ond lot of 5C30 have been received, the sup ply is still inadequate for the demand. As we cannot get them after the fifteenth, at the same price as heretofore, all desiring them will save money by purchasing now. OHAS. HERZOG BBO., No. 306 Main street, Memphis, Tenn. fScoiiomy is Wealth. Gents' clothing dyed, cleaned and repaired, by I. Isaacs, 270 Second street, oposite Court square, Memphis, Tennessee. J. G. Watkins will open at nine o'clock Mondav morning. All goods at cost for six days. Everything marked in plain figures. 13 15 14 Next to the great New York pnutle is bow Floyd can give such a fine dinner for fifty cents. 1 -tt, QUELL HBL8H W E 1880 GREAT ANNOUNCEMENT! Grani Disilaijri Styles ! lim Liae 0 The Greatest Inducements ever Oflered! Just received from Paris the Lamest and Most ' Beautiful Line of Sorlne WraDS and Silk Mantles every brought to this marker. Bailn De Lyon M no lle. Lace Manteiieiies et-KuiAL Drap l KIO Alan ties at 82; Drap D'Ete Mantles, embroidered, atS3. Our Importation of Dress Goods, for Va riety and Novelty of Design. Is Unequaled. Rich and Novel tiooaa, in Japanese ana unentai enecu, undoubtedly the Choicest SPECIAL Oauze Japan alse, in 24 shades. 48 Inches, at 75c NOVELTIES IN blauku'.'uds! tvr-KDi Ab-uiTunrivaiea Hen rietta cloth at $1. full line of Colored eatlnJDe Lyons at SI 25. A Ribbon Job Never Known or Dreamt of In all the past. We have lust purchased from a broken-op merchant In New York 280 CARTONS BROCADED BIBBON3, costing H5c a yard to ImpoiL we bougut mem tor a s; ns;. ana win oner mem at 1211 CENTS PER VARD. Ten buodred thousand yards e-t your own choice and colorings. Come along lively and get then! now. remer, AUSTIN, BERRY & CO SUCCiSSOKS TO OKUBB8, AUSTIN & IIEKSY, CLOTHING k FURNISHIW AT WHOLESALE AID RETAIL, 323 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS MERCHANTS wanting Goods in our Line will find a Large Assortment to select from, and at as LOW PRICES as they can be bought in the Eastern Markets. We manufacture all our Staple Goods at home. OUR RETAIL DEPARTMENT is now complete in every department. Men s. Youths , Boys and Chil dren's Suits, from the Lowest to the Finest Imported Fabrics, TO SUIT EVERYBODY. Retail Department Open Until 9 O'clock Saturday Nights. ALL GOODS in RETAIL DEPARTMENT CASH, Except to MERCHANTS. 91. C. FEABCE. PEARCE, SUGGS & CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS, Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, o. 258 Front Street, Memphis. Tenn. "Particular attention raid to thf Wal ot Cottoii.Jga FULI1E.BU1T0S&00. rocers and Cotton Factors Nos. 371-373 Main street, Memphis. W. A. Tucker. Lata ArbucUe A Tucker, B. H. Tnrnase, Tipton county. uclier, Turnage T (SUCCESSORS TO Cotton Factors &Commission Merchants, 04 Front streetlwAsmsGTOND adams f icDipliis,TcBii Liberal arlvnneas made on ronslimroents of Cotton and personal attention alven to weighing same. K. Mj. CUCJaKAJM. R. L COCH RAH U KACTTJKKKJS OS Lumber, Lath and Shingles, ors. BaalA ud Kllada. aad all klada sf iak.lac Baxea. Officii and Yard, foot or Waaklngten at, Saw and Planing Mills, North end Smjj SALBSBOOM CORNER OF UNION AND FRONT STREETS. Mem lab I a I.IJBKIB II BOS., (t sl i. miw htkekt. tesuAxei Mr. Lon Leubrie having forwarded us from New York, Boston and Philadelphia, the latest styles in Dress Goods, Dress Trim mings, Silks, Satins, Brocades, and Peking in all shades, A.' SPECIALTY. Lace Buntings 15c, worth 25c. All-wool Buntings 15c, worth 30c. BUTTONS BUTTONS BUTTONS The largest assortment in the city from 10c toll 50. LACES 1 LACES! 1009 pieces, assorted, Pointe de Alcncon and Bretonne, from 5c to 40c. LACE AND BEADED FICHUS. A select line very cheap. LACE AND SILK TIES. The nobbiest in the market, at LKUBB1K BKOM., 250 and 2A1 Main street. VEILINGS. All the latest novelties in Tissue and Silk Net from 30s to 60c. HANDKERCHIEFS. We offer a choice line of ladies', children's and gents' linen and silk handkerchiefs at eastern cost. LEUBRIE BROS. Two-button kid gloves, all shades, 30c, worth double. Four-button kid gloves, all shades, 50c. - HOSIERY! HOSIERY! We will display the finest line of hosiery ever seen in this city, comprising fancy, cot ton, lisle thread, lace and silk, at prices defy ing competition. Mast be seen to be appre ciated. HOUSE FURNISHING. The newest patterns in table linens, nap kins, doylies and towels, at LKIRKIK BKOM., 259 and 261 Main strest. M1LLINERY1 MILLINERY! In .harpeof Misa Nora Cunningham and Miss Matlie Bedford. The latest shapes in bonnets, hats, trimming silks and satins, in rich cashmere shades. Floorers, feathers and ornaments at unusually low prices. Novelties received daily. CORSETS CORSETS CORSETS 35c to $ 5. RIBBONS RIBBONS All shades and tints. SHOES SHOES SHOES SHOES Ladies', misses', children's aud infants' fine sandals and slippers, $ 1 75 to $3 50. Call and examine them. Boys and Youths Clothing. Boys and Youths' Clothing. Boys and Youths' Clothing. Boys' and Youths Clothing. LEUBRIE BR08 S5 aad Ol Mala afreet. LKIIBBIE BBOS. Novelties in Black and Colored Fringes just opened. Read Watkims'b important announce ment to-day. Only One Bay SXore. The next drawing of the Louisiana State lottery will take place on Tuesday, ninth in stant. To-morrow will be tho last day in which i wrkfts enn I apcurmt for that rlrsw- ,Tlm in"!:' ', 'bms of the pot'ciuV dj N ' - - '-'miI anything this com pa i - -otrf-1 n 11 mm Great Excitement In Onr Glove Depart rosnL A Great. Big Bargain! 1000 pairs 2 -Button Swede Gloves, choicest shades and sizes, worth fully El. we offer them at 45 CENTS A PAIR. Perlnot and Rarlval Gloves, new shadings and ail sizes. Languedoc, Kpanisn, Mallnes Point and FRENCH LACES. Immense tine, st 6c, 7Ie, 10c, 121-jC 15c, upward. Money saved by baying Laoes mis ween. 2000 Cartons French Flowers just Opened Entire new shadlnss and desurns In flowers, at nn aeard-of Low Prices. All the new shades of Roses at 6 CENTS. Largest Hat Department in the South! The Imperial Yeddo Hat at SI. 500 varieties of lm ported Bailors at 50c, 75c and SI. Elegant variety of Leghorns at SI Novelties and oddities In Ira ported English and Belgian Straws. Speolal and Grand Display ot Parts Pattern Hats ol our own importation, xuubsdax, siabvh uia. I. B. SU5. T. P. J2ddlna Tipton county. AHBUCKXK & TUCKER) H. A. VOCHKAS. W"' AUSTIN, BEBUY A CO. The Aieadlaa; Cletalaz Haee Claeda at Wholesale aad Ketall Mtaple de 91 aavfac tared at Ilenae. The above firm is showing a degree of en terprise that entitles it to unlimited success. While so many clothing merchants were bankrupting or leaving tho city, Grubbs, Austin & Berry were doing a satisfactory and steadily-increasing business. Austin, Berry & Co., successors to the old firm, are the kind of men to conduct a successful busi ness. They are practical and experienced clothiers, and are dealing in their goods to such an extent as to enable them to buy at the lowest figures, and to sell accordingly. The new stock now arriving is a supwb one, embracing all the latest styles in clothing and furnishing goods. Country merchants should take a look at this excellent stock, at No. 323 Main street. The retail department will at tract a very large city trade, as everything is sold very low for cash no bad debts to be made up by high prices to those who pay. A. NEW COTTOX-rKESS. " J man Brewa'a "Jta Screw" Press a Ureal Baeeeea Streac Hlasale aad Kapld. Mr. John Brown, an old citizen ef Mem phis, has invented a cotton-press which is likely to take a prominent position in the front rank of useful machines for ma nipulating cotton. It is now on exhibition at tu j old Hickman gin-shop. Main street, near the Mississippi and Tennessee depot. It is a very strong and siiiiple arrangement. The power is produced by cranks and cogs work ing on a large wheel, through the center of which the screw is carried upward. An or dinary sizad bale can be made with the pres sure of twenty five pounds on each of the t iro cranks. ThDse who have any interest in such affairs should witness the workings of this new press. An Importaut Tatent Case Decided in the United States Court. The case of William R. Fee, of Cincinnati, against Frank A. Wells, of Memphis, in volving an alleged infringement of a patent on a cottou-seed huller, was yesterday heard by Judre Baxter in the United States circuit court. Fee, who secured a patent on a cotton-seed huller in 1857, surrendered it and had a reissue of it from the patent office in 1873, and in 1877 he brought this suit against Weils, who has, since 1869, been manufactur ing hullera in Memphis under a patent se cured in that year. It did not appear that Fee had sold ai.y of his hollers since a date some years prior to his reissued patent. Wells, however, who has manufactured a successful and satisfactory huller, claimed that his machine was no infringement on Foe's. He also claimed that Fee's patent was invalid. Judge Baxter decided that the reissued patent was void, because it claimed and embraced more than was covered bv the original patent, and so he dismissed Fee's bill of complaint, requiring him to pay the costs. This decision settles now the claims ot Mr. Wells as the only inventor of a cotton seed huller that reaches the pinnacle of per fection demanded by the vast manufacturing interests of cotton-sced oil in the south, in a conversation with Mr. Wells we learned that his huller baa been proven in practical tests ia New Orleans, and even here in our ing the advancement in general machinery, own mills, as the only machine capable of meet -There are numbers of his huller in use in all of the southern States, and in many instances other machines have been thrown out at great expense to make place for his. Many in ventors have claimed a machine eqtlal to the Wells, but a clincher on ail such clarVn ants is avowed by Well in his otter, open" to the world the past five years, to run h machine with one of any other make for od6 thousand dollars a side, which as yet h found no takers. Drv tifions ut cfnt, lrr ff ' -ny. Am de terunne.i (to '- tV.iiu 4. 0. Wat- a ilk. v 'V l.a-M-v - Inrzog Oo. r3 RAM A, CO. SPRIG ABE OPJESISG THE MOHT Magnificent Assortment and Superb Collection of r ALACK a liich Brocades, Fekins, and NO SUCH STOCKS IN CITY. Dolmans, Jackets, FINE COSTUMES AND WE LEAD IN EXCIiLSlVE Capes, Fichus, Neckwear, Ribbons, Trim'gs DRESS GOODS With Elegant Combinations of THE AKft THE LOfftll IN THE SWEEPING GLiOTHillSTG AT BLUFF CITY CLOTHING USE, w BMV9T HAVK BOOH FOB OUR 6FRLNU " . 7 . . .. . . ... have DUt our snouluer to me wneei, ana win sen nsisnoe oi bwci m vns-nau i uu ra". RKAD CABKFULLY OUtt KV7 FBICH-LLST; Slen'ai (sood fSnltsi.. Ben's Casimere Snits. . Bern's Jasslmere Suits-. Heat's Fine Dress Suits 9 S OO 8 OO lO OO 15 OO Men's Fine Pants OO Men's Extra Fine Pants. . 3 OO Ben's Extra Drew Pants 4 OO AU above goods are aaar e daw a m -nsr lullis' IMn. tn th. item.iMl frw In this city. 1 have determined to ewrase In same, nnri .nrinllT manufactured, and which I am enabled to oiler to the trade at low t-rtce. An Inspection is desired. All orders will be promrirly attenrKxl to. NEW HATS! GOOD LUCK SHIRTS! KIRKLAMD'S, PEABODY HOTEL. CHAMPION, CHARTER OAK, 1 1 1- 11' r '"a-. - x . 7.-avr-.' -il ' r i : v iMMimjt T awr t a r-' THE LATEST ADDITIONS Handsome Ntekel-plaAed Ornamenta. KleRant Nkeael-plaled Towel Kaek attached to the lop ot the stove. The Hydro-carbon Ftre-klDdler, savtnc Ume, labu and expenaa. The patent Heat-retalnlnc Oven-doors. AU sizes of these excellent stoves tor ewU, wood, or any other roe 3E3T, TgrigS IT 1SS Igt cte CO. Kew Orleaaa. neaaakia. a in STEWART, GWYMS! CO, WHOLESALE GROCERS, COHON FACTORS Nos. 356 sad S 58 Frortt St., Memphis, Tenn. A.MU Stewart Brothers & Co., Cotton Factors and Commission Mercliants. New OrleRTIR, l4wiai"- K. M. KMTKM. late Kate, riser A Co. I JA. H- DOAK, Fleaapala. Teaa. EST3BS, BO AM & OO tHaeeeeeor ta Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors jknd ContmliHiion MerchanU. Soa. Ill nnfl 13 Union Street, McBipliI. W. T. Bawdre. Bssth BOWDRE, H&LOi k CO. COTTON FACTOKS, 286F ron t st reet XfTT?T7 M emph i s. Ten a. H. Uavla Jska . Halllv.s. M. GAVIN" & Oo. Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factor, And Commission lercliant. QOQ Front street, 3MCoxaa.i3la.it3, oxixx. Bnweea Adaais ass itsfrrssn. Our L N. RAINKY devotes bis wnole time lo the WehrUlo and tfala of an Co lon Intrusted o Mirmtumk We havi. mir own rotinn U'srehoi. corner wwhinrton and sron'i. : CniOKASilU JEOII X7 nandlo cfirv XjiIxt . rm c- -' : . : OS Second MU, ojpvi k t i trllonHti I,ronta,WJiurina, l.lufttlsjll. ' Iron an I H-. ' 1880 1 FAHGYSPRine w Painted Effects to Match. Wall Dresses, CHILDREN'S GARMENTS. EVERT THING! UTOVIilriBS IN SUk and Wool Novelties to Match. JRST STOCK I - T PBIOK. SOUTH REDUCTIONS IN TEE- STOCK, AHO IN UKDKK TO ACWM11,IPM Siss ... . . . . ...... r,., . ... .1. . i - t . T i . i . w SOO Coats 92 OO 500 Coats 3 OO 600 Vests 1 OO 500 Vests 75 500 Vests ftO lOOO Vests lOOO Jfan is 1 O ae - hair, and we Invite a careful inspectlon3 . flrar-MKM Wk.lsSlls (TlatblaC MeaSO and am now BFCKrviNt DAILY a desirable liijeot e VKIUi. ' alt FAVORITE, EARLY BREAKFAST ; : j5a i I .'.3 Kates. 1'laer '! la . 31 alas. ct. r. Ha wd re r... nark. n. J.Clara. G GOODS imL u llSf ijIL- " ' 1"". ' . : t sr. i x-.r . i w i j.