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THE MEMPHIS X.IIY PJBL---SIJI)A.Y, MiROH 28. 188G.
Iff A f KELUlIOlTSSEUVlCESTO-DAr "I EttMAN PKOTESTANT CHUBCn-Tftinl rw Vj- freachiug al 10:30 am. trT JOSEPH'S CHfKCH-MHss nt 7:80 a.m.; high fc mass" at 10 a.w ; voters at :l p.m. LABAM A STREST PHE8BYTERIAN raCRCH A bunday-sciiuu nw Du' ,w TMMANUEL CHURCH Heale 'r.-Dltneser-Teeat lla.ro. mid at 3 p.m. Sunday-school at 1p.m. --IT PATRICK'S nnrwr Lintlrnand Drimta etreetn. O HigaMsssat 10 a.m ; vespers and preaching at 7 :30 P- m. IV K EM PHIS BRTHEL Adam ntreet. corner Charleston avenue. Siuiday-echool every Sun day at 2:30 p.m. GEORGIA STREET METHODIST CHURCH Preaching al 1 1 a.m. and 7;;i0 p.m. by Kev. J. E. Treadwell, pastor. PROVIDENCE CH kPth-Central Pom. Pastor. J. r). Merrtweat her. Services at 1 1 a.m., 8 and 7 p.m. Sunday-school at I HQ p.m. GR ACE EP1SCOP A L CH 0 RCH Hernando street Rev. Dr. bulzell, rector. Morning service at 1 1 a.m. guiulaf Hc bool at t:;l0 a.ru. HERNANDO STREET M. E. CHURCEL-Ser-lces at 1 1 a.m. and 7:iIO p.m. Sunday school at UJIO am. Rev. Uullturd Jones, pastor. CALVARY CHURCH. Divine services In this church to-day In the morninr, at It o'clock; In tbe evening al 7 uM, tbe rector ofltctallng. ST. PETER'S CATnOLIC CHURCH First mass at 7 a.ni.; second mass at H am. :Higb Mass, with sermon at 1010 a.w Vespers at 70 p.m. TjMRST METHODIST CHURCH Second ttreet. J? near FoiAar. Preaching at II a.m. by iter. Guilford Jones, D.D. tiuidHy-cnool at V JiO a.m. 1 AUDERDALE 8THEET PRESBTTERIAS Li CHUkCH-Hiin.lHT-RChool 1KJO a.ni. Preach lug all lam. and 7:30 p.m., bj Rev. N.Long. AFFARAN3 STREET M. E. CHURCH. 80UTH- O Preaching at II a.m. and 7:80 p m. by tbe ptor, Hfcv. T. C. Holmes. bunday -school at 9u0 avm. OECONDCONOREGATIONAL CHITRCH. Ortenrw mlrtet. fxtiereti Llutlm ana urate. neivices ai 1 1 a m and 7.30 p.m., by the pastor. Rev. H. S. Wil liam. rjMP.ST PRE3BTTB.RUN CHURCH. Corr.tr of X Third atul tmnr etreete. Preaching at 1 .id. ana 7;UO p.m. Daniel. bj the pastor, Rev. Eugene tJECOND PRESBYI KRIAN CHURCH Corner of lO lMm "nn lirute urtet. Hium-scnooi ni w ou a m feiviees al 11 a.m. and 7:110 p.m., by Rev. W. W. Houston. CRM AN EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH X WoAlnwi'm etrerl, between Third and fourth. Pemce at 10) a.m. Sunday-school at U a.m. Rev, T. fceoseo, minister CHEOEA BAPTIST CHUCH-Owner of Mill and fifth Htrrtts. tt-iv es by lb pastor, Rev W H. Boik date, at 11 .m. and 7:15 p.m. Bun dityrbocl at a p m. CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH (COLORED) VatiMV etrrrt, txluen Litaien and fontotve. Urllfl-'iis nrvu at II am.. U:!10 p.m. aud 7 U)0 p.m. Bev. W. JUL Phillips, pastor. ST. MART'S CATBKDtiL.-Ester Services. Two eelrbratlon. 7:4ft and 1 1 a.m tbe alter beli g full choral, fcvonlug wtMg at 7 i.m., vtllb seimon. Hv. Oeoigfl C. HarrlJi, d.T D., dean. SIXTH STREET M. E. CHURCH Oorner of Sixth fl Jackmm ttrtrtn, fort Pickmnq. Smvlis Mt 11 a m. anil 8 o.m , couducied bj Rev. Wm. Tboiuas, assist- a bj Ktv. Wm. blimmlo. FIRST BAPTIST CH t 'HCH. Second etreet, on (TMnAuV' and Wanhiruton. burdai scbiol at PJ10 a m Pre hlng at 1 1 u rn. ai d J 30 p m 1I tbe pas or. Rev. W. A. Montgomery D D. rHIRD PRE3P.TTER1AN CHURCH Chelma iitrret eervlo al 1 1 a.m. anial 7:45 p.m .bj Rev. J. N. Cia g, U.D. Thee serv oes will crU..ue every aitcrnoou (4 o'clock) and umbt during tbe wetk. LINDEN STREET CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sun-dHf-echuol at V a. in. Lr's Supper at 10 0 avm. Preacblug al 1 1 a.m and 7:80 p.m. Easter sermon la the morning. Rev. J. M. Irlule, pastor. CTUMBERL4ND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH J Ouurt elreet. Preschli g hi Rev. H. A. Jones, at 11 a.m. and 7 :'!() p.m. bHbbal h-aubool at 0 .m. Setvioas duilug tbe week at 3-)0 and 7:30 p.m. "CENTRAL M ETnODlbT CHURCH 187 Vnion KJ tnet. Preicblng at 1 1 a ni. and at 7 J)0 p.m.. bj tbe pastor, Kev. d. W. Mooie. Seats tree. All Invited, tsweolullj joung people. Sundaj-scbool at U am. ST. JOHN'S M. E. CHURCH Corwr ff Tanct and Lauderdale gtreetji Keivlees at 1 1 a. in. and 7:)t() p.m.. contluctrd by Rev. A. U. Park, from Cairo. Tennei(Kfp. bunday-scbool at 3 p.m. Rev. William Hhlmpiln. ii.r. JKXTISTRr. J. W.A JSJL.laiIentist t1 mala Htreet. BEST SET OF TKKTii TEN DOLLARS t4old Kllllnirs Two Dollars 8llvcr and 1 In Fllltnirs One Dollar Uaa and F.xtrai:tlng. eacb KUlj Cents H.il r. rf Inn U Tt m r m n fcl . XTOTICE To the neonle smicted with PILFS AS The wornt caws cured in tour dns wllbout tbe use of tneknne, t DH kuucaul i'. 11H Woshlneton street. MemphK. Tenn TO ;XCII AACilK. LPARMa Toexehane for MempliM propertr. 1" K P BTFH. o tl Mnllwriy tret lOBS AfiU ISOAKIJ. R OOM Elfjant front rnom, with board; also, day DOHrfWwHmel kt ihh onms aireei. 1) Kolliti-li. tkLOi ilwous wi.b boHro, at xtl lUIHUD'UfiBl. 00la j-urnmlird rooms wliu excellent table JCi. board. Day bourdeni wanted at firt Monroe 6t. TjHONTTtOijM Fk"i7i"i1j furnished, at No. 104 S? Court alreel. Suitable tor gentleman and wlie, or two single gentlemen. Heleiencte R' OUMy ixloe furnished rooms, cheap, at WAIm lEKVANT To do general housework; single ) woman prt-ftrrdJ Apply at f5 Pontotne Btreet. BIK MA mendations, nt .'158 IN HT. KJTTAtlE To buy a nice cottage residence; M.. this onice. cheap Mr casn. Aildre-s SITUATION With a solid wholesale grocery house as trnvelli g salesman. Relerences to satisfy Ibe strioie.l bti.iineM' Orm. Slnry not much of n ob jeol till lull. Adrtiss L. N. T.. Appeal oflice. SITUATION As book-keeper, account sales, In voice cleik, tr mi) oihr capac t". In a good bouse CuexcrpMoniiblj rerernnccs. Have bad yel-low-frver. A lres4 A. 1) M , Apical ofllce. AP1'ETICES Ue.i irtiuent.1. Apply betore 10:a0 la dressmaking and millinery Must come well recommeudea. km. K REMER. HEtZOO ft CO. &ITAMMSRKHS-T0 know that they can be cured ) In a lew mlnutei. fo detention rrom buslnes. J0 UttK. nu PAY. X.a llcs nd children waiwd on at reildmice. If preferred Correspondence from tbe euuiuri ooliclled. n. WH-N MATTHICW3, 417 Main at. SITU T N By a young mn wltb S 10 capital, to Ukeubirgeof a simill but well p) lug business; ean leitrn Ibe irn.-e al xmn time. I. P., tbls oftlne. NUT COtTAHK-4 io 0 ro ims; convenient to Mnln sU. end an where uoilb of Maillson, bj a steady desirable tenant Appiy at Industrial Iron Works, corner suc'lon and T mtslr e's. TEW18H YUUNU MAN OR BOY 1 to 20 years l old, can t a good home about forty miles tiom Memphis, as clerk In a general store; one who has tind some eiperlancrt u such bus ness, and loks mure for a permanent plaoe tnan wanes prefensd. write, wltb relerciioes, and what wagee spec ted. Address A. B , eaie J. Jledel ft B'o., city. M AN To do housework, gHrdtuilng. etc. Address u tv.. Appeal oiuce. POdlflilN By a jouug Udy as gi.vernes oi tonclierot small children in puvat- lamtiy. Address M. W , Appeal ftlce. G aROINEB A- D K-pply to It B. s.iiwukn .iH ftiaa'son. D RESSHAKKU3-At 254 Scorid street MAI'AUK A LONUKT. HoL'sK l'o buy Inr cisii, linu.eaiiil I t; bouse to ! suitable for gruuery and sultlclent rnui lot smsll lamlly. Adore-s H. J M , A tux-hi eftlce ji7AiirASDTViiiTu-5.l K OM7 wii'b dress XJ lug room attached. Addiess, suiting terms, ', V., Appeal olllce. I lTTLE CAHTAL- lu the biggest paying eider JLj terpilseln Menpbts Prodis linniui-e: secured by mnnoiiy. Api-li nt iUI-H,t Wri. :W MhIii st H lT7.r'kLlS afrty headlight oil, Daufoith'i Kineive f lul ", at V.I.I -rond street. i rv rrn i t "sthawbhkry plan J. U.UUU.U U U all leading varieties, ch ' ' C. K. BA HHi.il It ft IX STHAWBhKRY PLANTS; eap B U(n-Ktne aide-spring toil buguy; but Utile used; Lllli'S inane, appiy ai t WK3l' COURT 8TREF.T. M IRK KT-W AGON- . , ... , Al Arimsiear. s maoie, n main "I OMiALK PLaCE the well-known Lonsdale J J Place, a large two ntery frame bouse, some tour acres or ground, plenty of shade, evergreen trees, etc.; lw.) cisterns and a well; sltuaud a abort dis tance east ot the corporation line. Terms reaaona bio. BJtlCHO.D20 Ma. lou st. I Jillfc riu a.m b'iislieuy 'material wuie X a large iiuantlty of second-hand mnlerlai for gHle, In uumiitles to suit purchasers. The above material comprises the establishment of tbe lale Boyle Printing Company, which we now own. 8. C. 1 1-F A CO., Memphis. ENGINE AND Bol LKR bbaltlng, pulleys and bangers. compleUA. J. V. PATRICK. STYLISH hOCKA WAY -Almost new; for cash. P. Contrail. Seventh and Broadway. Ft Pickering LOURING AND CORN-MILL. CHEAP In first JJ elnss order. If application Is made Imnietllalely; engine I 'J-Inch cylinder and 24-lncb stroke. Also, a bteaiu Fire Knglne, of LalU's make, Clncluuati. Inquire el Carieii-rsliop, l-'H rteeoml streel. Qtl'iK.'VMWAlttt. CHARLES H. ERICH, DIRECT IMPORTER OK ISoLtcmiun OInsswarc, French & American China, QUEENSWARE! e:KC'IAE,TIE t BsFfuiswii Mirrors, t. 4rHwtrsiple-tlated UwlTev, 'aetor, ete Betel ul M'eantbokt Ware. S21 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn ASHJSET1EJSTS. T El'BRIE'4 THRATKR sVA (Kormerly New Memphis Theater.) DA VET 4 BROOKS Proprietors and Managers Flv N'slit and .Sttirly Matlnen Commencing TI E-suaY. MARCH HO-URaND EASTKR AT TRACTION Engagement at Enormous Expense of the Famous ColtU'.e Upera Barlesqae Compauy, The Lanrest and Most Complete OtganlzaMon on Earth lor the Reprwntxt'on of L'Klit Mnsleal Knteitslnments. COLVILI.E IDEAL liLHLKSyUK Illustrated by FOKr V ARTISTS. Presenting Mu sical beins. Dazzling Costumes. Latest Novelties! Observe the change of entertainment: Tuesday MAIilO SLlfPKR. Wwrnesjlay-BOB-INSON C'PIjSOE. Thursday IL TROVATORE. FrHay- OXYliES, benefit of Whs Fme Roseau. Sat urday Mai nee-B A BKS IN THE WOODS. Saturday Mght-BLUE BEARD. Last beason of tills Compapy. a-SVSeats Dow en Sale. Monday. April 6lb-MILTON N0BLE8. JkT, BKlPliEl'M KalKl AT COCHRAN HALL, fx Wiglita CommenPlaK Kaattr Mea . day, Sliu-eh X0, 18MO. The following Prizes will be awarded: eOLD-HKADED CANE To the most popular offl- dul. Polls close Thursday ulguu SILVER 8WING1NH ICE-PITCHER To the most Dooular fcteamboat Captain. Polls close Friday nlgti'. ci i vvw RKTSKTEN PIECES To the most popu- Ar Haiiroad Master Mechanic Polls close Sat- PAIR OF WOLD B RAfE LETS To tbe most popu lar young i&uy. roiis ciuse wuiuo; u". m ArfmlAtlnn. .M) cents. Music ano oancmg wcu tpiiujh- JOLOBXU BVTCHEBS' BALt. Ow Taesdsy N'chf, MBrek 80th. TbeColorel but;hrj will give a BALL at tbe Green law uperanouse. ADMI-8ION... -FIFTY CENTS, Tnelndlng Flu t C'a S'ipper Valnxl at S40. COTTAGE Desirable cotlage. six room', 848 I J Geoigla, near Herna'do eirs; keys uextdoor, Eugene B Lnn, wltb Murray & Rldirely,88 Msdlson. k5 pled bail. M btrn'ion; possess on given April ri rriQVRniT. F. No. yxl Main stre-C now ocou- 1st. MINI KR PARKR, 2M Main t. A HEALTHY, well located bill place of 100 r ,t. U miles lioin tbe city: large bouse In good order; plcnii ot corn, bay and fodder on tbe place aiso Dwellings- 230 and 232 Desoto street. Ill J Mosby street. 170Crroll avenue. s7 Washington street. HiiU J-ffeison fetreet extended. 82 Maol-on s reel extended. (ViniMr Roller hihI ti -oiiriA streeta. Apply to A si ttuiuaoons. IDA I. Ir AND On M diaou street, now occupied KESIDKNCfeS No". 105 and 109 Madison, and 122 Court street. Appl to R. H 8'owden, or J m. li'ii'DKiK. 8S Madison. a i otiaa A l-ige and cuuiuhmiuu. utilise, con J. ta ning thirteen rooms. a"d two detached Ci'T TaGES of to rooms each, wt.b a good pprlog and a garde i spot, at ttewanee, Tennessee. Tbe bouse Is paitly turnisbed, ai d Ir suitably located for a boardlngbouae and hotel For terms, eto . apply to T. H. ARMSTRONG, Sewanee. Kia' kiln county. Tenn. ROOMS Eligible and Conirnl Rooms, for Law jere' or Doctors' ottioes. Inquire at WILDKH'd Hi OT AND pHdg STORE, Wi Main street. Clark's Marble Block. ROOMS Tboroughl) cleaned, unfurnished rooms, to responsible parties, without cUUjreu, al 817 Hdl-on srreel. Call In af'einoon. KUOM Lareuuiuiuisued imtil loom, with small room ounnectu g. can be bad, wltb good board, t 72 Court stn-et Heferences n-iniirvd. KOOHS Fiiri.lFhed or unturnl-bed, single or In suits, wlibout board: apartments suited tor lirht housekeeping, al 1HI Jeflerson street. KOuMS .-urnlsbed rooms, Sri to Set per mouth, M 1117 iftl-rw -trt NALr. (lit l-Xt 11 ENGINE BOILEh GIN One 12 horse power engine and holier, HO saw vli and geaiin-r (nw); will sell or ncban, e for groceries ordru; all In complete runni g order, and renting at 100 per mouui. Apply to O c. .Toyner. Uoloen Lake, Ark., or J .1 Bi'PBY CO . Memphis. 1000 Bncs. Bananas - 1 BO to $2 50, 1000 Boxes Oranges so to $i. 1000 Boxes lemons 3 50 to $5 75. All steamrr Fruit and good shlpitlng order. WHOLESALE GROCERS, LOCAL PAllAGliAPllii. taster funday to-day. Colored Ea3ier-eggi were sold by tbe score jesttrday. The Eaater bells are ringing: the Mem phis bellea to church. Everybody was cut on the streets yester diy, etj ying the fiae weather. House cenn etions with tbe pnbiic Bew ers are te.DK m da all alorg the line. , Tha Jews are ceUbratin; the Passover in a sol mn n anne- a', the synagogues. The windward side of streets was sought yesterday, owing to the clouds of dust that prevailed. The Commonwealth distribution com pany'i next drawing will occur Wednesday, thirty fiist instant. The Match wind? prevailed yesterday, ra sing clouds of djbt and causing "white oa(.s" on the liver, Don't forget tbe excursion on the steamer JobnOveitoa t) Marion, Arkansas, at two o'clock this evening. Tuesday text, at the Theater, the Col vi'lu Ojvta b ir'esque company will present l h Magic Slipper. Thursday next will be April fool's day. It will bd the auuivtrsary ot ruaay a human Otiuff, here and elsewhere. Hats were on the rise yesterday, not at the hat stores, but ou the streets. The high .tad bulled" tne market. The Kate Claiton dramatic company C osed H we-k's eiArukHRie"t at the Tncaltr at ni(ht in Double Marriage. The residents of the suburbs complain of nangs of sneak thieves wno infest t-uca locali ties, and commit depredations ut n.a"Ut. The chancery court 8acds aHj mmed un til Saturday next, when court wm ndjourn to ae next 'erm, tbe first Monday in Apiil. Conta rous disease lemoned yesterday: Jo-eph N sod, 10'J Po,.ilr s reet, meusles; Hubert Field, a67 Lindvu. street, meaeles. A Girman cotnx opera will be given at the Casino club rooms to-mcr.ow niicht, cn der the direction of Prot. Schu'z . A stro j ctst has bjen secured for toe musical atur&c tion. The Riverside base-ball club will pla7 a practice game this aft moon at Uuipie park, and all lovers of t'uo game are invited to be in attendance. In the case ot tbe State i s. Zimmerman, indictineut lor the uuroer ot an old colored man named Walker, the criminal court jury returned a verdict of not cuiiiy yesterday. JaoV Morrigan, yesterday, when sen tencing William Buckley to luiprisontnpnt in the penitentiary on a conviction for house breaking, commuted eighteen rusulhs of his sentence. St. Bridget's fair and lestival will open up al Cochran hall to morrow and continue during the week. A silver set of seven pieces is to lie voted to tbe most popular railroad master mechanic The M;panerchor club will giva a grand ball on Eister Monday, March 20 .h. Infl ations can bo bad trom anv of the members. Anybody wishing t3 enjoy a pleasant even ing snouia attena. Twelve arrests were made by the police vesterday and np to twelve o'clock last night. Th majority ot thetu were tor th iimiiaI S ,r- urdty night drunks; of those arrested five were colored and seven white. Tfcecase of tho State rs." James A. An derson, set tor trial in tbecriminal court to moirow, has been continued over to await the lesjlt ot the application made tor a change of venue to Fayette county. Wm. Curry, found guilty of malicious cut ting by a jury o: the cnuioal court, hud six months ot his term in the penitentiary com muteii by Judge Urorigan yesterday when he passed sentence upon tbe prisoner. Full line ot choicest Had latest magazines, suoh a i Harper . Les'te aimorest , crtb tur'i and bt. NicUola lor April; all tbe latest daily papers at Billy Lieben's. 236K Main street. He keepB open on Sunday morning. A tolemn vesner service Will be held this evening, at seven o'clock, at St. Mary's ( Bte,FimilB&Co Third and Market etreebi On this occasion tne aitar, so wsuuivui orated tor holy week by the ladies, will be illuminated. Tico Women, by Georgiana M. Craik, a new novel in the Franl lin Square Library, together with St. Nicholas and a host of magazines and papers, arrived last night for Sunday reading, at Mansford's, Ino. R Main street. The Memphis Bell telephone wires now connect with one hundred and forty points. When you talk through the telephone, stand a foot or more back from the instrument, speak slowly and distinctly, jand not in a high tone nt voice. Mansford, No. 298 Main street, sells the Eagle automatic pencil -holder, with copying leads, that obviate the necessity for ink. These leads are equal to the beat copying-ink, and are non-erasive. Letter-writers should use them altogether. On Friday morning last a defective flue caused the roof of a residence situated ou the corner of Looney find Seventh streets, Chelsea, to take fire. It was discovered by the neighbors and was extinguished with a few buckets of water. No alarm was given to the fire department. On yesterday Constable Doc Jones ar rested a colored man named Lewis Thomas, charging him with committing an assault and battery upon a colored woman namwd Lucy Chapel, which assault caused her to have a miscarriage, lie will have a hearing before Enquire Fleming to-morrow. A very interesting ceremony is to take place thin evening at St. Joseph's church. Besides the usual solemn vejpers, which to-night will be chanted by male voices, at seven o'clock, the dedication of a new altar is to add no little solemnity to the celebra tion. A well-known venerable father, once of this city, is to officiate on the occasion. The following business was transacted at the probate ourt yesterday Dy Judge , o ridge: James Rallly, appointed administrator de bonis non of Thomas Winters; J. W. Ramsey, appointed administrator of the es tate of Jennie Lewis; Antonio Vaccaro, ap pointed guardian of tbe heirs of Theodore Jacoby. The ordinance as to back stands, espe cially the old Court square hack stand, goes in lorce to day. The police should arrest all hack and wagon drivers found loitering around the beautiful park witn their vehicles. The decent people of the city expect the police to do their duty and relie-e them trom the annoyance of hearing vulgarity and profanity in the future. Early yesterday morning burglars en tered tbe tiruk store of Jame3 S. Robinson, corner of Madison and Second streets, and stole about twelve dollars from the cash drawer. They made an effort to break into tbe iron safe, but were unsuccessful. No medicines were carried away. The burglars escaped with their booty, and have not as yet been arrested. Enquire Spelman yesterday held an inquest upon a colored child, aged two months, and named Tom Morgan, the son of a colored woman. Belle Morgan, who dis covered the child dead in her arms in bed yes terday morning, bbe resides on Commerce street. It is supposed that she accidentally rolled over on the child while asleep and caused the death. The jury returned a ver dict in accordance with the above facts. To day the Jews of this city, in common with tbeir brethren the world over, will cele brate the twenty-one hundred and thirtv eighth anniversary of the passage of the He brews over tbe Kd sea while escaping from their oppressors in tgypt. the feast, which commenced last Friday night, is known as tbe t assover. At the synagogue to-day ap propnate religious ceremonies will be per formed. At the chancery court, yesterday, a bill was filed by Theresa L. Organ and about thirty otner complainants, against J'hn Overton, of Nashville, P. M. Patterson. W. Vance and the Little Rock railroad company. The matter in controversy is a question of the riparian right in the ferry privilege between Memphis ana uopeneid, Arkansas, across the Mississippi, which the complainants claim under the original grantees to such riparian rights. " When a jurist and citizen of so much rrominence and high legal culture as T. W. Brown finds it necessary to seek redress from oppression through the courts, it certainly appears that the coi flict between himself and the head of the city government is something more than a tempest in a teapot. Evening Ledatr. All ngbt: consider tbe word tea' eliminated from the objectionable phrase and fill up the sanitary blank in a more suitable manner. Daring the first week in May, at the Theater, the ladies of the Church Home, as sisted by their pupils, will give a coronation extravaganii for the benefit of the Home, The ladies of the city are taking great inter est in the proposed attraotion, which will be presented in an excellent and appropriate manner. Due notice will be given ot the per formance as the time draws near, lbe en tertainment will be made as attractive as do sible, and should realise a handsome amount for the good and charitable cause. D. N. Kasson, secretary of the executive committee ot the soldiers reunion, which comes oU in June, requests the information given to Wisconsin prisoneis-of war, and other soldiers who were in the enemy's hands during their military service, that they send their names, when and where captured and confined, to General John A. Kellogg, Wau saw, Wisconsin, who has taken charge of th s especial feature of the soldiers reunion The information so gathered will be included in tbe Reunion Roster, now being: Pre pared tor publication The Dast week, known as IIolv ' week. was celebrated by the Episcopal and Roman Catholic churchf s. The Dassion and cruci fixion of Jesus Christ, and the services in the various churches, were quiet of an imposing character, more imposing than at any other season of tbe christian year. On the even ings of Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, the omce ct tenebiie, or darkness, was per formed at the Catholic churches., lbe rites are so called from the fact of extinguishing ail tbe candles in the sanctuary during the progress ot the ceremony. The services eon- tain no hymns of praise, but express sorrow tor tne suttering" ot tbe savior and the sin: of men. - Holy Thursday is the real anniver sary of the institution of the Blessed Sacra ment. but owmtt'. to its coming in the peni tential season tbe feast of Corpus Christi is set aside for the celebration ot the event. PEltSOlNAL. Stammerers, see want column. Drt Buddexe eye and ear diseases, Nc DO rast Uuurt street. Captain N. S Pennington, of Cairo, is stopping at tbe i'eabody. Lron Rosbnflasnter. Esq., Rotterdam Holland, is at tbe I'eabody. . William Cooper, the ariiet.will leave for Nashville in three or lour days. E. W. Mooring, Esq., is at the Peabody and will remain in tbe city several days. Colonel Hsnry T. Hclbert, formerly of tbis city, but now ot scanlau s Landing was in the city yesterday. Miss Emma M'Henby, of Jefferson City, Missouri, is in the city on a visit to her brother, Cap'ain E. B. M Henry. Miss Laura. Skipwith, of Little Rock, is visiting Mia L-na Park, at Dr. R. W, Mitchell s, No. 112 Adams street. Colonel E. B Stahlhan, general freight agent ot tbe Louisville and Nashville ac Great Southern railroad, is stopping at the teabocly. Mr. Lou Letjbrie, after several weeks ab sence, during which be purchased a very large and attractive stock of dry goods, has come home. He looks healthy and happy. Mr. A. Adler leaves to-day for New York, a?d will embark from that port for Ut?rmaDV on the fifteenth of April. He making a vsit to bis parents and the friends ot h.s boyhood, liis numerous friends here wish him a pleasant trip and sate voyage, Major W. K. M'Clcne has been ap pointed agent tor tbe sale ot ' Balding branching corn, which is becoming very dod ular with planters who wish to produce large crops witu very little labor, seven to eleven ears per stalk being the usual yield of th corn, it ought to bo given a trial by all our farmers. PnOF. Gebharut's novelties in photogra phy are the talk of the whole city. Every one should cail and examine them, as they must be seen to be appreciated. There is no prettier, nor more acceptable and appropri ate Easter present than one of the Cottage gallery photographs. Parties desiring pic tures should not forget the fact that Prof. Gebhardt's photographs are not only the best but also the cheapest (only two dollars per dozen ). Jewish Record. At a meeting of the order ot K. S. B., held in Evansville. August Brentano, Esq., responded to our departed first G. V. Jr.. Jacob J. feres, tie sixike ten derly and eloquently of the noble dead, as one who knew and loved him well, lie was with the grand lodge at Louisville only a year ago and now be is no more, lie is dead, but baa left an enviable heritage an unstained char acter, which, though the grave has closed over him, still lives. The Bpeaker then gave a bnct and interesting sketch ot the lite tbe deceased. The members then arose an stood in a reverential attitude while the shaker said: ''May we all, like himl be able to say wnen our time comes: it is well. 1 have done my duty as best I knew how to my vtuu sou my ienow men. For a Stylish and Cheap pring tuit go to S. SLAGER, Ho. 250 Second street. wm, frjlnk at co. We have just received, and shall place on sale TO-MORROW, Latest Novelties In Dress Fabrics I In the various different combi nations, at astonishingly low prices. The most stylish and elegant Parasols and Sunshades! At remarkably low figures. Most beautiful designs in La dice', niesea' Chlldre' HOSIERY! AT POPULAR IBICES. New Languedoc Lace Flchns, At unusual low prices. SSTGreat bargains in store this tceek.2 WK, FRANK & CO., 9 alula street 249 LENT IS SOW OVISAC And everybody will be on the lookout for Spring Goods ! B. LOWES STUIN & BROS. Have made extraordinary efforts to clace the very newest and most stylish giods to be found in the European and American mar kets before their customers. CW Please bear in mind that every lead ing novtlty canbs found at our house, and that prtces will always be the very lowest. BLACK HOOD8 ! J ust received by Express. C3T These are the gojds that the ladic s have been waiting for. We promise them that they will not be . disappointed. All mutt come and look at these thai mtng novtl'.ies. POLKA DOT IMPERATRICE, BROCADE IMPERATRICE, . Ia Parisian Dealarna. Polka dot byonaise,-"' Satin atrippd byonaise, Sttin striped cashmere, Polka dot Yeddo cloth, Satin striped bunting, All- wool lace bunting, Polka dot grenadine. Satin striped grenadine, Brocade grenadine, Crepe broche. New Silk Novelties IN POLKA DOT CHANGE A.BLE3, BROCADE CHANGE ABLE3, NEW ARABESQUE DESIGNS, C3F Thsse are the richest colorings we have ever exhibited. Handsome dress gcods, Medium dress goods, Low price goods, In mixture all-wool and silk and wool novelties. Another targe Arriral OF Soring suits, Walking dresses, Sdtin de Lyon dolmans, Embroidered parasols, Printed p.iraaols. Chines 3 parasols, with gilt ribs. New fringes. New button?, New pa6Bementeries, HANDSOME FANS, ROLLED PLATE JEWELRY, SHOES SHOE3 SHOE3 SUOE3 SHOKS SHOES SHOES SHOES SHuES. SHOES SH0E3 SHOES For Ladies, Gents, Misses and Children. Our assortment cannot be equaled in the city. Prices guaranteed to be the lowent SHOES SHOES SHOES SBOES SHOES SHOES SHOES SHOES SHOES SHOES SHOES SHOES SHOES XL. JLOWKNSTKlft & BROS. W-A-T-K-I-N-S-'-S D-R-E-S-S-E-S. For finest flavar smoke Wrtxat'a Or nie Ilaiu-m. Ittieisll KUOT AN ti SHOKS. All the Kaablonable Styles far Bei Women and Children, In Mtore at J. 91. I1U1 A- Co.'. The sock of goods recently received by this popular firm should be inspected by all who wuh to buy anything in the boot and shoe line. lhos goods were selected expressly lor lbe ttlempms market and are calculate to give satisfaction to all purchasers. J. M Hilt & Co.'s store is ut tbe corner of Ma n and Monroe. Call there and see if you can nnu tue prettiest and best ot shoes. Where to iet Them. Bingham Brothers, at 241 Main street, corner of JttTerson, are turning out the very best photograpaB that cau be secured. Their pictures are perfect likenesses, and are taken in tbe very best style ot art. They will be found durable, retaining outlines and shading tor any number ot years. Uive this famous gallery a call and have your photograph taken. Get the best a Watkins dress. Economy is Wealth. by I. Isaacs, 270 Second street, oposite Court m T-. VUAIC, 4UCUiluiB irunrB.-D. To Consnmptivec. Many bave been happy to eive their testi mony in favor ot tha use of Wilbor's pur cod liver oil and lime.'" Experience has proved it to be a valuable remedy for con sumption, asthma, diphtheria and all dis eases of the throat and lungs. Manufac tured only by A. B. Wilbor, chemist, Boston bold by all druggists. ISrown A. Jones Pltt-tbarar. iftnetwell and Caanel Coal laaac Watts was a L.lttle Man. lie said jocosely to six of his tall quizzing friends who asked how he felt among so many men, "that he was a sixpence among six pen nies, worth them all." Sozodont is just so; there may be many preparations for the teeth, but it is worth them all. BEJACIl'S Special Notice! Special Notice! On Thursday night, March the 18th, the entire stock of dry goods, shoes, notions, crockery, glass and tin ware were damaged by water at our branch store, Yicksburg, Mississippi. Not being able to be absent from the city at present to conduct the sale, we had the entire stock shipped here. The goods arrived Friday, were assorted and will ba ready for sale, Comaaenclaa; To-Horrw Horn las; at O'Cle-el. The following are but few of the bargains that will be offered : - Read! Keadl Bead!! Bead!!! Remember this stock is damaged by water only. Note prices: " - 1000 lbs zephyr, in all high colors, 5c per cz. Best 2 button kid gloves, in black and all desirable colors, 25a per pair. Coats's and Clark's spool thread, in all num- - berg, only 40a per dozen. -Bf st, English needles, two papers for 5c. Bst Irish lace, 25o per dozen yds. 1000 dozen vegetable ivory buttons, all at 5o, worth 15 and 25o per doz. 100 doz white L s e glos, for ladies 'and gents, only 50c per pf. pes best dress gingKts, 80, worth 15o per yd. 1000 yds best standard prints, 5c tT yd. 100 pes heavy cotton checks, 7c, worth 12c per yd. 500 pes muslin, including Lonsdale and Fruit ot Loom,8c, worth 12Ho per d. Best bleached sheeting, 2J yds wide, 25c, worth 40c ppr yd. Best gingham, 1. worth 12Ks per yd. Best feather tick, worth 35c per yd. 100 pes assorted dress gonds, 5s per yd. 50 pes strtpet Nainsook, 5c, worth 20c per yd. 25 pes best Turkey red damask, 50c, worth f 1 00 per yd. 10 pes bleached table damask (all linen, 25c, worth 50c per yd. 25 pes white wool flannel, 12o, worth 35c per yd. 50 pea all linen crash, 6c, worth 12Wc per yd. 40 pes black alpaca, double fold, 17o, worth 35c per yd. 25 pes cashmere, 30c, worth 50c. per yd. ZU pes caabmere, very nae, 4oc, worth 75o per yd. Paper cambrics, in all colors, 5c per yd. 50 pes best table oil cloth, (ta all colors), 85c, -worth 6oc per yd. 100 assorted white bed spreads, $1, worth $3 each. 50 honey comb bed spreads. 45s each. 500 dcz towels, only 50o per doz. 100 pes silk and worsted dress goods, loc, worth 35c per yd. 50 p dress good-), 1o, sold at 25c. Cheviots, chrviot, cheviots, 5c yer yd. Doable fold rencn gmgbams, 90, worth ZUJ per yd. " All standard prints, 5s per yd. The Greatest Sale on Record, L&X IS COCB SUPPIiV SOW, 10SO doz gents', half hose (wet), at 25a per . dcz. - - 300 doz gents1 half hose (wet), at 60 J, worth 1 oU per doz. 500 doz ladies1 hose, at 60a uer dcz. 300 dcz ladies colored ho3e, 1s, worth 25 s per pair. 100 doz full regular made ladies' hose, 15c, worth 35o per pur. . Children's hose. 5c per pair. One lot unlaundried shirts, 45c, worth 75 o each. 5000 boxes best linen covered paper collars (s anding and turn-down), all at oc per per box. Rodgers' best steel scissors. 25c, worth f 1 per pair. Lice bibs of every denenptioo, 5c each. 1UU pea best lawns, t?o oer ya. 1000 pairs ladies' shoes, 75o per pair. 500 pairs ladies' slippers. 25c per pair. 100 doz gents' calf boots, f 1 50 per pair. 50 doz gent' fur hats, 50c, worth $2 pack. 35 doz bovs' fur hats. 25c. worth tl each. 100 doz straw hats, at 5c, 10 and 153 each, 50 doz misses' sundowns. 152 ei each. Finest, qualities children's straw hats, 25 an d do 3 each. 20 pes ingrain carpets at only 25i, worth 40a per yard. 25 pes wnite and red checked matting 19s per yard. And immensa bargains at oar - HOUSE FURJflSniNG DEPARTMENT. ALSO Unusual bargains at our great 5 aa4 lOe Department. BfSJAUH & IS BASH, 273 ...Main Street Opposite Court Square. .273 TBE COUNTRY CHILD. JOHN BOB1KBON, Or CALIFORNIA. Dirty 'It tie nr hln, wblther won d 70a wander. Whither trom tout eons and pigs and chickens lay ing eggs? "Far and tat away," said tha dirty IPt e urchin, -"Kar and fr away," said the ditty Htl'e urcQln, "All among th gardens, schweltzer kasend lager Pretzels and cigars, and other city swells " Dirt llt'le nrnhln. whither would tou wander. Whlthor from or cows and pigs the ptgs you Know so wen 7 Far and far away," said the dirty little nrebln, . "F ir and tar away." stld the dirty little nrchln, "All among tne sandlot, the saloon and U.e groce' rle. Stock boards and almshouse and all the other 9 aoes " II EN KEN KKUTIIEBS Display to morrotc, in addition to their superb and incomparable general assortment of choice spring goods, spe cial and attrartive bargains in the foU lowing departments: BLACK OOODs HEP ART II EXT. 500 pes "Tiiliard's celebrated French bunting of unfading dye." 50 piece 8 silk and wool co vel ties. Department of imported JHealery. ' 100 dozen full, regular made, Balbrig- gan hose at 25s a pair. 100 doz in men's British socks, 2 75 a dtzn. Oar Isteamparable White Oeada. 4-4 linen lawn own importation: "' 1000 yards checked nainsook, 12c. PABA80L8I PABAMOLM ! . An inspection before purchasing will benefit everybody. Out selections are choice, our assortment varied, oar prices low. Hsue VarmlahtnK Creoda! tW In our retail department we keep only the best brands of bleached domes tics and sheetings, such goods as we can guarantee, which we will sell at lowest mark t value. Tomorrow we will offer 1000 Tartan Plaid Bed Spreads at f 1, 5000 large all linen towels at 11c. HEJ1REX BBOTnEBM. iCKinnannaMmBaSBBBa Watkins's dresses quite the rage. Genuine Imported HofTs malt extract. The true health bever- age. Aligbly recommended for nursing mothers, thin, cold and aged people, conva lesceufs, etc. Owing to its wonderfully nu tritious qaafities it is estcially recommended in epidemics and ia fevers; where bodily prostration is great, and life depends upon a nourishing stimulant. None genuine with' out the label of Tarrant & Co.. sole agents. New York. For sale by all druggists and grocers. Floyd's Bestanrant. Dinner parties a specialty. Elegant bill of fare every day. Fine desserts ice-cream, fruit, ices, and all the delicacies tbe market affo:ds. Custom-Hade Basta aad Bhera. A. Large, frMi Istaeic Cheap. Jos. Vaaaasaa. SSS Mala street. T. r. Turner, Dentist, 313 Main street. Watkiss's styles for dresses. Dress GODQS I Silks fcSatiDs! The aaaac vel atylea sad ' camalnationa mat ta ae aatalaed elsewhere. ODB LINK OF BELLINI AND BONNET SILKS! At SI. SI 85, 91 6X. SI 83. 15, 83, 85, S3 XS. AN ADVANTAGE IN Spring Mantles! We aaaarht a let of Imparted Oarnaenta la BUk, Satla da Lyai, Laee mad Caaknaere, frana sa Importer, far belew walae. A. rare ekaaee far sread lavestmsat We atart ttaeaa at al 85 ap ta aVaS 75, OS 1000 YARDS BROCADED RIBBONS! AtlOs-wartk tiiole. jUSTIM, BERHTY" & CO. SUCCJESSOSS TO GRVBBS, AUSTIN & BERRY, CLOTHING k FUR kT B2S MAIM STUEBTa M3SMPJH3D MERCHANTS wanting Goods in our Line will find a Large Assortment to select from, and at as LOW PRICES as they can be bought hi 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. AHUSEMENTS. XiCnbrle'a Theater. The Two Orphans was the attraction pre sented at the Theater matinee yesterday by Miss Kate Ciaxton and dramatic company. As on its previous representation, it was well rendered aad pleased the audience. Las' night Miss Ciaxton closed her engagement in A Double Marriage. . fieinu Caalaa Clab. - To-morrow night the members of the above clnb ani their friends will give an opera cotniqae, in three aets, by Lertzing. entitled, Der Waffenschmid, or, the Armorer. The ooera wilt be given under the direction of Pi of. H. Schnlze. The orchestra will be Arnold's and Hatidwerker's band, and the entertainment will conclude witn a hop. The cast ot the opera is as follows: Hans Stadrtger, the Armorer M.F. Wenzel Mrta, hi d-i,tita- Urj. Annie Moyston Irmentrsnt. her aunt Mlsa Jfimr i ctt Coubt LteberaQ...., Mr. A. on Gunael George, his ralet.....'.,, Mr. Slg Roescher Adelhof, a knight Mr. I. Boescher JireDiter, an inn-Keeper ... . ....mr neurj rnowu Chorus br the ladies and gentlemen ot the Casino singing section. Cotvtile'a Opera Burlesque Company. Nrxt Tuesday nicht at the Theater tbe above-named excellent combination will open a week 8 engagement in The Magic bhpper, otherwise known as Cinderella. Or the com pany an exchange states that "it is a large and well-balanced one, most elegantly cos tumed, and provided with a series of non sensical novelties to tickle the risibilities of an audience. The ladies of the troupe are all shapely, and many of them very pretty. They act vivaciously and dress well, and tbeir singing, though much of it is not artistic and little of it powerful, is sweet enough to satisfy, and humorous enough to please, une strong excepuon mus 09 maoa in favor of Mies Erne Roseaa, who has a most pleasing and powerful voice. If the people want a good laugh, want to hear some good singing, and have an immensity of fun, or if they are at all interested in the proper focus of an opera-glass, they should not fail to see this troupe." KlUX FK151BEKG! Corner Hala. aad Peplar. FIRE! FIRE 1 FIRE ! WATER t WATER! WATER I Our customers and friends are requested to call early as they can be better served early, owing to tbe crowd after ten or eleven o'clock. Here are tha prices of a few articles: 120 dozn ot the finest hemstitched linen handkerchiefs, mourning vine borders, 10j, 12c; regular goods like them cost 40c, and the advertised goods hete are only slightly wet. 200 dozen pure linen plain white handker chiefs, 5c. DREls OOD8t DRESS GOODS! 20 pes fine figured and solid black alpaca, 10c; and 10 pea slightly wet fine lawns, 6 7o. ThiB is the greatest bargain yet oflortd. TOWELS! TOWELS! TOWELS! 200 Dure linen towels at 5s and IOj each. 50 finest Marseilles spreads f 1, value f 4; thrA are only a tew left. 2000 good whalebone corsets, 15j, 25 slightest damace bv water onlv. 200 Shetland opera shawls not damaged f 1, reds, pinks, blues and whites, large S1Z-R. We shall on to-morrow have 50 pieces of the Whalebone Bilk Fringe, 3 inches, at 25s per yard. 1000 beautifq! glass bead baskets at 10c each. Tbn vsk lace 2 and 3 inches, 5c and 10c. tNew ruches, new lace collais; a'so, new straw hats, etc., at great bargains. 1AHN & FIlEIISKIttf, earner Main and Poplar. Wateihb'b dresses at all prices. Tkit comoetent and experienced dry goods men wanted; best salaries paid. Apply at 7 p.m. LKTJBBIE BROS. Order a dress at Watkins's this week. wAshinqtoh, D. C, January 16, 1880. H. H. Warner A Co.: Dear Sib I write to say that aftrr hav ing taken your Sale pills and finding them all that is claimed for them in yonr circular, I cheerfully recommend them as the best pills in the market. Joseph fratber. 409 H. street, Washington, D. C. W-A-T-K-I-N-S-'-S D-R-E-S-S-E-S. Ladles' and Hisses' Navy Caps, And all the new styles of gentlemen's bats and caps can be had at Martin Cohen's, 219 Main street. The goods are new, from the best manufactories, and for sale very cheap. Remember the sale of Clausen's grocery, 138 Poplar, Tuesday morning. Fine chance What's in th e Wind? Hurricanes have been sweeping over some portions of the country, destroying buildings and levelling trees to the eround. In Mem phis the violent storms of Friday have done no serious injury, but Miss M., on Friday evening inquired of her escort, "What is in tbe wind? It has a rich smell this pleasant evening." He could only tell her the truth when he remarked, "The perfume you en joyed was from the smoke of this No. 10 cigar that I bought at Sol Coleman's, 310 Main street. Ms OUR DKrAlSTMEXT THE LARGEST! STYLES BEST ! Prices Lowest I Universally Admitted! PARIS PATTERNS, NEW YORK ROUND HATS ! Bee what S3, SS, S7.SS aad SIOwlU vrscarelaa SPUING HAT ! 1000 English Sailors ! At SO eenta. OUB SPECIAL BROADWAY STYLES ! rOBUISE.ES. JREAC MEBITX Oar Leading; Gloves! (Inr 45e Gloves I Oar 91 Gloves! laeea.'laBKBedae aad 8san lah.at IO.ilfc.l7tt.S.?tt ap every width.. PABA80L, SPECIALTIES! Every departaaeat alive WE0LES1LS MOD RETAIL, HAMBURG EMHKOIDERI JBS! SKXKES BBOS. BEGIN ON MONDA T Tfcelr Great Aaaaal Sale OF HAMBURG X BROIDERIES I Magnificent Flounclngs, LAW KE FORTS. Ore alt Cenrt Jlow. J antra O. Fierce J adre. Calendar for Monday. March 29th: 3099. Watson, trustee, vs W.J. Wright et al; 6221, A. M. Walker vsT. S. Mallory; 6225, W. C. Darden vs I. N. Smith; 5795, John G. Mea ken vs C. N. Erich; 3913, E. C. Patterson vs E. M. Apperson; 3918, E. M. Acperson vs E. C Patterson; 5864, Mrs. M. L. Armour vs W. A. Trobough; 5874, Hopkins & Co. vs Sampter. ADDITIONAL J1AKKETS. ST. LOUIS, March 27 Flour lower to sell; double extra. $5 10; treble extra. f5 20 bid:' family, f5 65 asked; choice. 5 62)4 bid cash; sales at $ 5 65 Mav. Wheat unsettled and higher; No. 2 'Ad. fl 22Mcasb, $1 20 April. $1 191 1876 I 19 May, f 1 12($ 1 121 12?g Ja-i No. 3 red, $1 16; No. 4 red. $1 11. Corn easier: 3635c cah. 35935?a3 April, 36io Mv, 36M36?-si Joue. 0t barter; 32o cash, 32?o April, 3332c Mav. Rye dull; 73o bid. Brl-y dull. Whiskv steady, f 1 06. Pork quiet; jobbing; 10 90 til. Drv salt meats higner; sides, 3 75 3 80.6 356.40o. Bacon steady, 4i, 7.10, 7 257 30a. Lard firmer; 7c asked. CHICAGO, March 27. Flour nominal Wheat unsettled and lower, cl wed strong; No. 2 red wintr. $ 1 17; No. 2 snnnir. Chi cago, f 1 141 1450 cash; $1 14 bid Aoril. fl 16il 16 May; No. 3 spring, $102J; rej-'cted, 87j. Corn fair Uemaud hot at lower rates; trRb. 35c; regnlar, 33Jc cash and April, 37?8'37K j Alay, 37c bid June. Oats dall weak and lower; fren, 302; retralar, 27,'go cash and April, 31Jc May. Rye quiet. Barlev easier, 75c. Pork strong and higher; $10 75 rash, $ 10 75 bid April, f 10 95 May, $11 07$11 10 ane. Ltrd demand fair and prices higher; 7 02c cash, 7 027 05s April, 7.12H' 7.15c Mav. B'llk m-ats strong and hiirhei, 4.106 556.75j. Whisky steady. $1 06. NEW ORLEANS, March 27 Flour qaiet and s eadv; superfine, $4 755; double extra, $5 505 '75; treble extra, $5 756; higher grades, $6(g6 60. Corn qni-t. 53(254 t. Oats dull, weak and lower, 4143c. Cirnmeal du'l, $2 25 Hay dull; prim, $1718; choice, $2122 Pork quiet but steady, $11 75 Ltrd steady with a tair demand; tierce, 77fs ; keg, 8 J. Bu'k meats qu et and weak; shoul ders, Io"Sb. 4e; packed, 4 10(34 12Jc; clear rib, 6Ji6c; clear, 67c. Bacon dull and loner; shoulders, 4?c; clear rib, 7f clear, 7c. Sugar cured hams steady wuh a fair demand; canvaned, 8(a lOjtfc. Whisky quiet; western rectified, $1 051 10. Ofl dull; Rio, cargoes, ordinary to prime, 1316a. Sugar qniet but steady; co nitron good common, 77ifc; fir to fully fair, 77M5! P"m? to cboice, 728ic; yel low clarified. 8? 8Jk3. MolaBsts scarce and firm; common, 35j; lair, 39.t; centrifugal, 30 42o; prime to choice, 40 52j. Rice active but not quotably higher; Louisiana, ordinary tn chnir-o. 7V"- POPULAR MONTHLY DBA WING OF THE Commonwealth Distribution Co, Authorized br tbe Commonwealth of Kentucky, and Fall est In tbe World. At Macauley's Theater, In the city ot Louisville, on WEDNESDAY. MAKCU 81, I88O. These Drawlnw, authorized by act or tbe Leg islature ot 18rl9, and sustained by all the courts ot Kentucky occur regular If on tbe last day of every monttj aun -ays exited), and are supervised by prominent citizens ot tbe State. Tbe Management call attention to the grand oppor tunity presented ot obtaining, tor only $2, any of sJ THE KOLLOW1KS PRIZES : 1 Prize-. S 8O.C00 1 Prize 1 Prize 10 Prizes SI OOO each ltt.OUO 6.000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10.000 20 Prizes fiOO eaub 100 Prizes Z'M) Prizes tkKJ Prizes 1000 Prizes loue&cn 50 each 20 each 12,000 10 each 10,000 S.PPKOXUIATIOJI FJUZZS, 9 Prizes SHOO each 2,70 fl Prizes 200 each. 1,809 9 Frizes 100 each..... , (400 1HH0 Prizes S112.4O0 Whole Tlehetn. Half Tlhrtis "1 27 Tickets, SnO. 65 TlckeU, SlOa All appllcntions lor club rates should be made to tbe borne office. Full list of drawing published In Louisville Courier-Journal and New York Herald, and mailed to ail tlcket-holdera. Send all orders by money or bana draft. In letter, ot by express. Orders oi S and up ward, by express, ean be sent at our expense. Ad ress R. H. BOAkDMAN, Oouner-Joumal Building, oulsvllle, Kentucky, or at No. la Broadway. New York, or to ho. t Weal Court street, Memphis, lenn ! LOT IBM SPRI NG FAS OUR STYLES are UNUSUALLY ATTRACTIVE Handsome Silk Costumes, Handsome Combination Suits, Elegant Spring Dolmans, " Very Nobby Parasols, Black Silks, Fancy Silks, Mikado Silks, Fancy Satins, Dress Goods, fT ETERY DEPAUTXEST FULL OF FRESH NOVELTIES. LADIES WILL F1XD JUST WHAT THEY WAST. v Prices Cannot Be Equaled. Black Goods, GINGHAMS, PERCALES, CHEVIOTS, LAWNS, FANCY MUMMIES, DOTTED SWISSES ! Tbe Finest Assortment we have ever Exhibited ;I0WEHSTEB14 BROTHER! WISHING GOODS NEW HATS, NEW SCARFS, FROM NEW YORK, AT K1RULAM D'S.PEABODY HOTEL f Mmh Mm leu Having effected smeeeafal turMarrnaeata with aaaaafaetarers, whereby X bbb esiahleA to efTer th LABdiEST STOCK mt Men'sJouths'.Boys'&Childreii's OLD In the City, at prices to compare favorably with Eastern Markets. LARGEST STOCK! LOWEST ! TiX CTT TiTTIEO I CALL AND MPKCT10If 1) E 1 IJE UJgJ S..V3i'NDIG-, SlfflllElMItotS ON ALL THE HANKS. S.C.TOOF & CO PRINTERS, LITHOGRAPHERS and BINDERS, r IS CJOilUT STRRFT, TOR PUBLIC TFILI. TAKE KOT1CE That the order of the Poainsaster-ttea. eral a galeae thJIallsor the Leal alaaa Btate I ott-rj-Cempnay Is KESCIIDCU. BeKlatered Letter aad Stoaey Order eaa be seat tbreoxb the aaalla mm for aaerly. A HPI-ESPinoPPOKTCTITTTO WIN A FORTUNE. FOURTH URAND DISTRIBUTION, CLAriS IS, AT NEW ORLEANS, TUJtoDAY. APRIL 13. 1880 119th Monthly Drawing. Louisiana State Lottery Company This Institution was regularly Incorporated by the Legislature oi the 8. ate for Educational and Charita ble purposes In 18H, for the term of Twenty fit Tears, to wblcb contract tbe Inviolable faith or tbe Stale Is pledged, which uledge baa been renewed by an overwhelming popular vote, securing Its fran chise in tbe new constitution ailopt-d December 2, A.D 187U, with a capital of S l.OOO.OOO. to which It bas since acded a reserve fund of KH50.000. Ill UrssdHlacle Nsaber llltrtbn tioa will taae place monthly, on tbe second Tuesday. It never ncalet or postpones. Look at the following Dis tribution: CAPITAL PBTZB. S30.000. 100,000 TICKETS AT TWO DOLLARS EACH. HALV-T1CKETS.ONE DOLLAR. LIST OK PRIZES 1 Capital Prize $80,000 1 Capital Prize 10,UuO 1 Capital Prize 6,000 2 Pilzesof $2,500 fi,0 5 Prizes of 1,000 - 6,000 20Pilzesof 600 t.... ...... 10,000 100 Prizes ot 100 10,000 2O0 Prizes of 60 IO.Oi 0 MM) Prizes of . 20 Q-Q5 1000 Prizes of 10 10,000 AFFROXIMATlOa PBIZBS: 9 Approximation Pniies of SikX) 2,700 W Approximation Prizes of 200. 1,800 U ApproxlmaUon Prizes of 10Q..... trLO 1857 Prizes, amonntln ta S110,4t0 Responsible eorrFspoudlng agents wanted at all points, to whom a liberal compensation will be paid. Write, clearly stating full address, for further in formation, or send orders by Express or In a Regis tered Letter or Money Order by mall addressed only to SI. A. liAtrutS, New OrleaaiM, tdk. or same person at 3V n. 8 1 U Broadway. New York, or to D. L. UtLLSsria, No. fl West Court strt. Memphis. Tennessee. Ail our Grand Extraordinary Drateinot art tender the eupervinon and wanageniint of UENERALd (i. T. PK;RKKnwf Jl'hAL . EAHI V. N.H.Tht Company hat NO AGENTS in the BRITISH POSSESSIONS, and all venom pretrad iny to os so, and nUieitmg orders by circulars or oikerwue, art a WMDLKbij. v5 KlOla HIONS! Lace P.lits, Fancy Hosiery Fancy Ribbons Neckwear, Underwear, Embroideries, NEW GLOVES, NEW HDKPS, OWEN LILLY Practical Builder OF ELSE LightCarriages I KEEP A SELECT STOCK fxelaatvrr r sy own Baaoafaetere) CONSTANTLY ON HAND. I am also prepared to build (TO OB DKR) ssy or all or ta aaodera otylea of Hacetrs, and family Carnages now In use. I use notblng but the VKBY Bltd t MATERIAL, aad employ strictly flrst-elaas meehanlea, BEPA1UING, In all Its branches, done promptly and In Us beat Blection Notice. THE Stockholders of tbe Peoples Insurance Com pun j are hereby notified that an election will be held at the offlje of said company on UKDNKdDAY, April 7, I88O, for tbe purpose of electing Seven Di rectors to aeive during tbe ensuing year. W. li. KARBINtiTON, President Carbiwotom Mason. Srcretsry. Notice. of Election, P obedience to an order of the Worshipful Cotmty Court of Shelby county, I will open and bold an election at all the voting places in said county, oa Tuesday, tbe 13th Day of prll, 18M, to test the wishes or the people of said county u to of eeventy-flve Thousand Dollars or Bloec Mdfit-'UD,t 8bib ltt18 Louisville and Mashvllie Railroad Company. Those voters favoring a sale wtd b&ve wrlttm or printed on their ballot -For - ale or SUeti" ar.d those opied to a sale wu' have written or urtntd on their billots "Atalnst Sale oi Stock. k. L. M'kowan, . . Sherlfl or Sbelby county, Tenn. Memphis. March ft. ) 880 Isaiatloa of Capartaerahlo. THE partnership brretolore existing between Thos. A. Uleason, of New Orleans, and tay A Prouuilt, New Orleans, Is Ibis day dissolved br mutual consent. A. Glessoa will liquidate all outstanding business, but either partner Is author ized to sign In liquidation, T. A.iitaaon wm eoo UniM the Cotton Factorage BuMness for blsown ao OOUOL THOd A. GLEAtON. DY ft PROUDflT. New Orleans, MarehHS. 180 gw-Rekrrlng to tbe above, we take pleasure tr saying tbat we bave ooncert rated our means In the C. ttou raotorage Business at Uemphls, aod bone to merit, by good attention, a eootlouanoe of tbe pa--tronage we bave bad the past twenty-erven years. Notice I a hereby given tbat I have lost or mislaid OrtlB Ate No. 18 of the second series ot stoea ot tbe Ifisb-Amencao Building and Loan Association of Memphis, and bave made application tors dupli cate thereor. A 11 persons are beieby warned otatnst purchasing said certiooate, as tbe same bas never been transferred by me. C H. U ALLOW AY. Merni bl. Msreb , 1S80. LOST OR STOLEN. AFFIDAVIT hiving been made that CvtlBeVe 140W, for sixty lour abar a ot MenipUm and Charleston railroad sto.k. Issued to Caroline M. Owen and her children on tbe Win of March. ISrtl, bas bf en lost or stlm, and that it Is tbe property of tbe estate ot said Caroline L Owen and harchtl oien. unasslgned. Publlcatlou Is now made thereof, as required, io the end that duplicate be Issued, sun i. U. OW&N, Adm'r Caroline sl. Owen. V. - v