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TH1I3 MEMPHIS DAILY AJ?PEATr-TUESDAY, j3JEtTTi-Q7. 1880.
ASS I NEMK .V7H. SKIKHIIC'M TIIRATKK. A (Formerly aiemi'hl Theater.) DAVSY 4 BUUUKd Propiletors and Managers. LAST ATTRACTION OF THE SEASOS! Thr'e Wlrht Only anil Wrdiwdif Hat- Into, coiuint-ncing TUESDAY, April 21th. Harlow. ..WUson...rrImrofe. &. .West's M ABM 01 II MINSTRELS ! 34 AKTlaTM 8 SBAT9 NOW ON 8ALS. BAKD VOCAL AND l.ATUUHKNTAL COXCKHTll GIT KM ST PBOF. II. HCUCLZE, On Wednesday Evening, April 28, 1880, AT 8 O'CLOCK. CASINO BALL. COR. VNION AND BKCOKD. Admission. 75 cents. TiirLt fnrMleat Wltzruann's. 2123 Second street l)KO.AIlUN HXTBAVAWASZA I tar Tbe publle Is Informed that tbe ladles and cMMren connected with tbe coming Extravaganza nave tbe tickets now on band (or sale. Reserved eats for these tickets can be secured, without extra charge, bj presenting tbem at Hoi leo berg's Music eiore on and aftr May 8d. "llHtEE JJUmUS IN COLORADO." Observations and. Kxpcrlenees ( I JMemphlaa ansona the lfsantalns, nines aad Parka of the New Kl Itsrada. IN TWO POPULAR LICTTJBSS, II ' HUN. J. W. CLAPP, Or THI3 CITT, (for the benefit of ' Borne " Building Fond Ladles' Christian association;. GRFENLAW OPEHAHt'llPB, TtTESDAY AND FRI hay tvCMMil Auill Uthb. at 8 D m. Tickets. 50 cents, rot rale at uollenbcnr's and th4 nm ktrs. No rwieiTed ar. FOUND. UNCH or KKVB With brasa tag, containing room i. limner. Apply ac this odlce. MALK UK EXCHANGE. T AND-711t4 acres pine land 20 miles N. E of J J MuU&luU Texas, In Montgomery county; 85 pr acre. H i . lHON, Afcent. WANTS. SITHATION BY A DRTTflI3T Is graduate of IbilxdeiptilaCollegeof Pbarmncy: best of ref erence. Addre-a U. a . 43 Madison U Q r r MKN As dsy-laborem, station-men and J J diKers, on ibe Natetin and Jackson Ball road Apply on work, at BilnONv, forty miles fro in VlcKKburg and tt'trrn from Jackson. THott K. UUKflN A BKO.. Contractor. F IVE MRN At Calvary Cemetery. Apply to the bupertptcndent. on tnegruunas. 1 AROENKKd TO KNOW That 1 am buying Kill t ay blebest market price. VJT UK EN f EArf VICTOR D. FUCBd. HH-41 Jefferson St. 1 HA BTONK CUTTEB3-$3perdT. Apply at J WU ttouejard, Tweniy-second street and Mo. FaclM? Rallnwd. ot. Lruls. Mo. II OR.-iK lo blre a borne for one month to work J 1 to mMrkei WHgon; will be well taken en re of. Addres-, fortnreenajs. W a.. Appeal cffloe. GlUi lieirnan ureterrvd, to cook, wash and Iron for grntlrrau and wilt. Applj at 830 Jefler son street extended. HANDS' At Rood wages, six or eight field hands by me mnniii. Apt ly to Wm, L. Vance. Horn Lake road, 2ta utiles south pf city, or to . T V ANCK. City R. B. office. SITUATION As uianaaerona pantailou by one O of twenty )ears eipcnvnce In tbe Mississippi bottom. Address HY. DaPnlEdTE, this office. I TaNTED -il-in ami'wire to go to tbe country. V Apply at i4 Mjlberry street CAjfVA!i'-KRSH.teriil live canvassers. IHKHINiiRK MK4t CO . 2rt0 tecond -L IVrt ulliiiiiia-it) tnmru ti is summer at tbe J Collierviiie Bulel. Colllervllle, Term. HOI'bK-To buy for cub, bouse and It t; house to be suitable for grocery and sufficient room for small family. Adures ii. J. M , Appeal office. dark AND HitWjuf D ROOM with dress ing room atlacbed. Addiess.statlng terms. . I., Appear omce. I ITTLE CAPITAL lu tbe biggest paying enter I J lerpriHem siempnis. Probts Immense: secured by moni'Poly. A Ptl? i ii'UHHAW'rt. aHrt Mnlnst FOIl SAL.ES. FILTER Large H ter; good as new; beet kind; only omhI a lew mouths. Apply at once at 819 L'n-lt-n .neet. FHAtro3-EUttIK3-HACE3 8 serond-band I'UH'U.ns, 2 seco'id-band uoctors' Top-Buggies, 4 second baod )pen-ttugiles, 1 eo- d bHUd Ball-lop Hack, 1 teoond-bnud 8ix-seiu Hac All in good repair, and for sale cheat). WO DRUsK & OLIVER. -t C) HOOD MULFS-In good order tor hard 1 work, lor sale at (SOUTHERN OIL WORKS. Blduy - A sood second hand top-buggy, cheap. liHiiilr oi W, M. CARR, at C. B. Brjau & Co. s, Itt Maoinon sireet. A BARiiAlN-ToP-BUMOY With single Har- .XX. ties included, ror jMV?f. original cost Kuu; dh. neen in use oriiy six niotiio: unoa as new. lu quire ai U. W. Jones A Co 's, or Woodruff ft Oliver A DOCTOR'S Bl mii X With harness, for $50 Apoly to MAHX BKNSDORF, It) Madison. f I UlhKE THA .Ta OK LAND --Good Imorov . L nwnts: good supply ot water on eacb larm: 840. 150 and HU) seres; said farms are adapted for siock, f mil end cattle. For terms, apply to A i buckle Co. Horn Lake, Alias., or beldon Parker, Mem phis, Teiin. T OIS and LANDS about Central Point. Pauline -Li A. Dunn s lots rn Walnut. Vance. Plfeonrooet. Union avenue, Humboldt Park, and fifteen acres West ot Mr. John Uerlon residence. W. A. WHKATI.KY, 28 1 Main. BILLI AtiD-l AuLE Aud 111 ball l OULTAHLK; bulb In good order; only bave been uaed six months. Apply lolrjsuu raiace sa'""". VBAI 4 CO. JIll.YIlM AND BINDERY MATERIAL Quite X a large quantity ot seoind-band mnterlal for sale. In quantities to suit purchasers. Tbe above nmierlal comprtsea tbe establishment of the late Boris rruiuug coniimny, wnicn we now own. d. C. TOOK A CO., Memphis. E Nt.INK AND BOlLlttt bbaitln; ulleys and bangers, coint'lpt. ATRICK. S TTLISU KOCKA WAY -Almost new; for cash. P. toillKan. fevenin and Broadway, t nckenng LilLOURINO AND CORN-MILL, CHEAP In Brt JP class order, If application Is made ImmedlateJy; englne 1J Inch cylinder and 24-lncb stroke. Also, a Strain Ire Engine, uf LstUt's make, ClnelnnatL Inquire at Criem-r.nop. MJtl Seconrt street FOK BENT. "TOOMS -UmoUwI. well furnished; 12 rooms on IV Bluffs, near business; laiKo grounds tul frull; batbrootu. barn, eta ; Kood vle .of river, city, gov ernment buildings, etc ; w 111 runt for tbe summer to good family. J. OOI.D3HUHY. Davenpoit. I'm. lj.ttt' OF laHiK HoUsK olx rooms, in tbor X ouifh repair, pleaiant location, large yard, good pure water, at reasonable rent. B17 MAPI9QN BTBEBT, HOUriK-JHSI Linden ktrert, H rooms; nowoooo pird by H. r. Pbtlllps. Esq.; la good repair; batb-ruoui, water, gas and other conveniences. Ap ply to J. DQUlULKY. 23Mtk Front St. A HEALTHY, well-located hill well-located hill place of 100 XI. acres, u miles Horn the city; : lanm house In good order; plenty oi corn, hay and lodder on the piaca. Also liwelUiigs-2M0 and 233 Desoto street. 1 ft 2 Uosby street. 1 70 Carroll avenue. 1H7 Wssblngton street UF9 Jefferson street extended. HI2 MsoUon street extended. Corner Butler and (irorgla streets. Apply to A M. B0VDA8QN3. CtOAL HARD On M-tduou street, now occupied by (5. H. Bryan A Co. ' RKSIDKNCK8 Nos. 105 and 100 Madison, and 122 Court street. Appl) to R. R Snowden, or J h. H)t4DL)g. HH Madison. I l olis a A Urge aiiu couimoiious bouse, eon II ta nlng tblrteen rooms, and two detached COT TaoKS of too moms each, wl,b a good spring and a garden spot, at tiewanee, Tennessee. The nouse Is partly lurnlsned, ai,d Is suitably local ed for a boardinghouae and hotel. For terms, etc, apply to l. u. AKXtSlKUnU, Sewanee. Krankllti county, Tenn. KOOM LaiveunrurnlKbed front room, with small room eoniiKCtlr k. can be bad, wttb good board, t 72 Court street. References required. KOOMS Burnished or unfurnished, single or In suits, without board; apartment suited tor tbtht housekeeping, at 101 Jederaon street. HOOMS . urulslied rooms, $6 108 per H'onUi, at ll7 -nrn" .trw Atteiitiou, Ijadies ! Sale of Jewelry and Fancy Goods I OFFER FOR SALE A LARGE STOCK OF Void-Plated Bract-lets (Ladles' A Children's) Necklaces, Mets, Lockets, Imitation Olamond Moods (mounted In gold) Ijaales' ana Uents Watckekalns. ALSO, AN llflEJitK MTIIt H OFJKT GOODS I AT A GREAT SACRIFICE. Will gocds warruted as represented. JET FALACE, 37 WAIX ST....! ROFSrilEK. A'OT. OKMTISTUW J. W.N i:i.S0.1entiHt XS Main kttreet. PEAT BET OF Tag I it TEN DOLLARS Gold Fllliiitis To Dollars Bilvrrand I In FlUIO 'S- One Dollar Urn and KxtrnrtlnK. each Fifty Cents Q U EKA S WAKK. CHARLES N. ERICH, DIRECT IMPORTER OF Iloliemiun Glassware, French & American China. QUEENS WARE! MPKCIAsVriKH I Bar-Klxtares, Slirrors. etc 4aadrople-ristd Knives, Castors, ete Hotel and Is t on m boat Ware. 321 Main - rIII4 S Wilis BOOMS AMD BMAKD. ROOM -Large furnlsned front room, wlto board ; leterepcea required, at 6H Madison street. OOOMS purnlsued or unturnianed, altu board, LV at 481 Bbelbi street. tOOM6 rurulBbed rooms wltn excellent table V board. Day boarders wanted at 56 Monroe St. I ) OOJ43 pilots turnlHbed rooms, cheap, at LV No. K5 MIN STREET. MTBAYEII. MDLK-On Tuesday afternoon, April 20th, a sorrel mare mule; about six years eld, and 1 41 bands high; mans and tall clo-ely trimmed, harness marks on Miles. $25 reward for her return to 214 Carolina street. Fort Pickering. TWO COWS AND HKIFKR-S5 REWARD Frem Nelson's tarm, on the Paducah road, near Gleneoe, two sows and one heifer: one ot the cows yellow, with wire boms; tbe other black, with white face, back and breast; the belfor Is brown and white color. Any Information should be sent to 72 Court street. Memphis, fir Dr. Kn'ght. fliencne. A FRESH Carload Fine Bananas 1 75 to $2 50. To arrive Tharsday, 0tb April. Bead 1st vaar ardera early. 6 cars Choice Lemons 94 to S4 50. 2 cars Fancy Lemons $3 00. All sib ar an teed aaaad and 1st fine khlpalnc order. "Mneelal prices snadn SO and lOO box lota. Ill I X J.J-L11AU W "J ' m WHOLESALE GROCERS, MEMPHIS. LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. Beware of unripe or rotten fruit. The theatrical season in this city has oloesd. To-night the minstrels will appear at the 1 heater. C Ice dealers are n jaicing that their day hat come at last. 'Wilhelmi. Salvotti and Vogricht have gone to Nashville. The approaching Mai feat is becoming a topic ot conversation. Saturday next will be May-day. Who will be the May queen ? A full house ought to greet Judge Clapp to-night at the Greenlaw Operahouse. Never did the suburbs of the city look fresher and more charming than now. Out in ibe suburbs people are hard at work making kitchen andnjwer gardens. The cooler brecaetof yesterday tempered the atmosphere down to the pleasant point, Tba strawberry season has arrived, and tbe price demanded is twenty five cents per quart. The cool at mr sphere of last night gave indications that troat will probably appear before morning. At Calvarv (EDiscoDaO church to-nik-bt tbe rite ot conformation, will be administered by Biahop Qjintard. A Btrawberry festival will be opened up to-day at 302 Main street by the ladies of tbe Jentral iSapUat church. The street-paving and sewer-digging hands were paid off yesterday by the Tax ing-District government. Farmers are exulting over the prospect of a fine crop this season. The weather so far has suited them exactly. Numbers of ladies were at Elmwood cemetery yesterday, fixing up the graves of deceased relatives and mends. In tbe river column appears a notice of the death ot Captain James u. Dura, river reporter ot the evening Ledger. The remains of Captain James 0. Durff, river reporter ot the Ledger, were buried at Elmwood cemetery yesterday afternoon. The April number of the Inter Ocean, a journal of politics and society, published at Denver, Colorado, has been received. A number of barges, laden with rock in tended for street-paving purposes, arrived at tbe landing yesterday irotn the Uaio river To-night, at the Casino hall, corner of Second and Union, a vocal and instrumental concert will be given under the leadership of rroi. ocnuize. Qaite a large number of bunches of de cayed and rotten bananas were dumped into the river by order of the health authorities on yesterday. It ia in contemplation, end places and specifications have been made out for the purpose, to build a compress here especially tor river cotton. Some one Bhould wash the drinking fountain on Main street, in front of Court square, and especially the statuette sur mounting' the fountain. The showers of rain on Sunday afternoon prevented the base-ball game between the Riversides and Memphis club nines from tak ing place at Olympic park. The Bteamboats at the landing flew their flags at half rawt yesterday in consequence of the death of Captain James 0. Duiff, river reporter of the Ledger. At the Greenlaw Ooerahouse to-nichfc Hon. J. W. Clapp will lecture on " Three Months in Colorado." for the benefit of tbe Ladies' christian association. Judge Clapp is to deliver two different lectures. His second lecture is wholly dif ferent from his first, and will, we can assure our readers, be quite as interesting. Only five arrests were made bv the to- lice yesterday, four of them for using obscene language and one for assault and battery. All those arrested were colored people. Yesterday a number of leading business men held a meeting tor the purpose of organ izing a company to erect a cotton-shed capa ble of storing from one hundred and fifty to two hundred thousand bales of cotton. It was meant Mrs. Maggie Dea. instead of M. Lea, and Miss Mamie Ford, ladies so liciting subscriptions in preparation for a pic nio ta be given on the seventeenth of May tor the benefit of St. Joseph's church. Tbe Cavalry church choir and musical friends are getting up a series of comic op eras and musical sketches, which they bave in rehearsal, witn a view to present tbem be fore the public some time next month. The ladies of the Central Baptint church will hold a strawberry festival at 302 Main street, opposite the Peabody hotel, com mencing to-day at two o'clock, and continu ing eacb afternoon and night during the week. The sacred concert by Wilhelmj, Salvotti and Vogricht, at the Casino cluo hall, on Sunday night, was largely attended. The music by these artists was of a most pleasing character and was highly erj ayed by the au dience. Economy and industry is wealth, if prac ticed under favorable circumstances for a long lifetime; but two dollars invested in tbe "Commonwealth distribution company" may win you thirty thousand dollars next Thurs day, the twenty-ninth instant. Estival Park will probably be open on Sunday next for the Teception of visitors. Its beds of flowers, fountain, shady retreats and pavilion are great attractions, but a San day night sacred concert would make the park a popular place of resort. The interesting series of meetings at the First Baptist church will continue this week. Services at four o'clock in the afternoon and forty-five minutes past seven o'clock in the evening. Dr. Montgomery, the pastor, who is conducting the meetings, has been one of the most successful revivalists in the south. The Madison street stone pavement con tinues to attract numbers of people who bave curiosity sufficient to induce them to stop and watch the stonemasous as tbey shape and fit the stone blocks trom curb to curb. Tbe number of questions asked the engineer and others in charge of the work count up among the hundreds. Yesterday a telegram was received from Dr. D. T. Porter, dated Wellsviile, Ohio, stating that all the pipe necessary for the completion of the sewerage would be shipped within a day or two. A steamboat and barge laden with sewer-pipe are already en route for Memphis. The greater portion of the sawer-pipe has already been put down. When completed, between thirty and thirty five miles of pipe will have been laid. Mr. Parkhurst, the astronomer, has been examining through a telescope the comet recently discovered by an observer at Ann Arbor, Michigan, and though he is unable to positively predict its orbit, he thinks it may irer.lnCo be tech as to make the comet visible to the naked eye in Jane end July, with a fair prospect that it wilt be most brilliant about the middle of the latter month. The comet reported from tbe southern hemisphere is below our horizon. John Baker, a well-known professional horse-thiel, who stole a horse and rockaway from Cole & Co., and committed other depre dations of like character upon the horseflesh belonging to several other citizens, occupied tbe attention of tbe criminal court yesterday, when he was called upon to answer several indictments, to each of which he pleaded guilty, as follows: CarrjicB; a pistol sen tence, fine of fifty dollars and sixty days im prisonment at tbe county workhouse; larceny, or stealing a horse and rockaway sentence, three yeats impruonment in the penitentiary; larceny, or stealing a horse sentence, three yeats imprisonment in the penitentiary. The sixtj.first anniversary of the organ isation of the I. 0. 0. F. in tbe United States, and the tbirty-seventh year of its in troduction in Memphis, was celebrated by the city lodges, jointly, last evening, in Odd Fellows ball. A large number of the mem bers, acc m pan ted by iheir wives and daugh ters, were present. Among the prominent members whom we observed were R. D. Frayser, M. W. G. M. of the grand lodge of Tennessee; Ben Bingham, P. G. H. P.; Thos. Bingham, P. G. P.; J. P. Preeoott, P. G. M.; Past Grands W. S. Bruce, R. A. Burton, John Linkbauer, L. S. Burr, D. F. Good year, John Beamish, Jones Genette, Charles Borner, Daniel Schlosa, A. F. Davis, R. J. Black and many others not remembered. The order of exercises, being the annivercary ceremonies of the order, were conducted by the following officers: Walter A. Goodman, of No. 8, Noble Grand; A. J. Knapp, of No, 6. Vice Grand: Joseph H. Shepherd, of No 147, Secretary; John Linkhauer, of No. 140, treasurer. PEKSOAAL. Colonel C. Johnson, of New York, is at the Peabody. Colonel Geo. E. Waring, of Newport, Rhode Island, is at tbe Peabody. Colonel C. M. M'Ghek, of Knoxviile, Tennessee, is stopping at the Peabody. Frank Cole wants Frank Sheffield to send his clothes to B. L. Armstrong, at Arm strong's landing, Arkansas, without further dtlay. AMUSEMENTS. Ieabrle's Tbeater. Qjite a large and critical audience at tended the Theater last night, and enjoyed the'dramatic readings by Mrs. bcott-Cdddons, The entertainment was of a most pleasing and instructive character, the accomplished ladr displaving wonderful dramatic and elocutionary power. Mrs. SiUdoas will ap pear at Nashville to-nigbt. Tbe Silnstrels. The Barlow, Wilson, Primrose and West minstrels will give an entertainment at the Theater this evening, also to-morrow and Thursday evenings, and a matinee to-mor row (Wednesday.) xne troupe contains a number ot fine burnt cork artists, who will present an amusing performance. LAW REPORTS. Clrenlt Court-Hon. James O. Fierce. The following calendar of cases is fcr Wednesday, April 23'h: 6243, Weller, ex- ecutix. vs Strong; 6249. Shelby va lhweatt, - . . . . , r-w fnE.l TT jr.: b.ou, Aoernatnv vs uumuDjuij;, nam- montree vs Oigier; Oioo, .aasins n atmnN; 6254, Shaw, Davis & Co. vs ljarrar; blba, Wright vs Mnlcaby; 6258. Schmidlapp Bros, vs Brame; 6260, State ct Tennessee va Sturm & Hirsch, agents; 6261, same va same; 6262, State of Tennessee vs Greene & Beasley, agents; 6263, same vs same; 6264, same vs same; 6265, same vs same; 6266, State of Tennessee vs Hoffman insuraoca company; 6267, State ot Teunessee vs Sturm & Hirsch agenti-; bJbs, State ot lennessee vs lomnu- son, agent. Criminal Court Horrlssn, Jndgc. Calendar for to day: 211,Liwis P. Bat rer; 212. Jako Onctta; 213, F. U. Bryac; 221, K ,bert Allison. Calendar for to-morrow: 203, Jim Orreen ; 214, L. D. Young; 219, Muntord M Dowell. KAIIJV & FICKIItKRG, Cor. Main and Poplar. 40c. The Fine Black Cacuemeres, 50c, Slightly damaced by water onlv. R?pular price tor perfect goods, fl, $1 50. 'ZiJe, Also tbe Black si.K Wiiaieoona Fringe, 25e. 20.3, 25j, SOj, 3oi. Tae White Irish Licens, 20c and 2oc. lOz, 153, 20c, 25s. The Lisle and Lice Glcvis, cost you elsewhere r-Jo and fl zo a pair. Silk Gloves, Biack and Colors, we sell at 253. 53. Bsautiful Swiss Aprons, Lac edges, 5c. 5t. 10:. Beautiful Laca and Ribbon Ties, 5s, 103. 20 100 dcz. Tan Corsets, tup Gore, loa. z q-ianties, eiichtiy wet only. These goods will be sold for CASH ONLY None will be delivered until paid for, same as we buy them at Irsurance Underwriters auction sales in NewYoik. Corner Slain aad Poplar. Ladles' sandals and slippers-. Wm. miler's, ft&l Slain. Straw berries, Big. rioe and luscious, received frrsb each day, and for sale by Steve Clement, 83 Beale street. Baggies & Phaetons! Wo now bave ou hand the largest and most complete stock of Bnseles, Mprlrsr Wagons and Phaetons ever brought to this city, in tbe sale of which we are prepared t3 ctter superior induce ments. Woodruff & Oliver, 173, 177 and 170 Moln Street. Klce lot srent's low shoes, from e2 50 to SS. Wm. liter's. SL Main. The Doctors Yielding, Ever since Prof. Green wroto to the Medi cal Record advisine physicians everywhere to use the Safe Kidney and Liver Care in their practice, it has been gaining in favor with the profession. They can find nothing which is a substitute for it- R. Caulkins, M D of Rochester, New York, says he would now prescribe it to all who are u fillet ed with serious kidney and liver diseases. Ladles' sandala and slippers, Win. Miller's. 231 Slain. From observation, under the microscope, of the blood of patients (using Fellows com pound ayrup of hypophosphites), taken from time to time, positive proof has been obtained of tbe steady removal of diseased and dead blood particles, and the substitution ot vital ised discs, so necessary to the construction of healthy muscle. Large and Splendidly Se lected Stock of HARNESS. SADDLES, LINEN HORSE COVERS, (Li 1SK1S, LAP ROBES, WHIPS. EW.. ETC.. ETC.. ETC.. On hand and for sale cheap. WoodrnlT V Oliver, Nos. 175, 177, 170 .....Main Street, How llistory Kecalls the Fast. Some twenty-five years ago all England was convulsed by the discovery made that Sir James Grabame, tbe then postmaster general, had taken tbe liberty of opening mails addressed to private citizens. It re sulted in bis removal in disgrace. This re calls the wise decision recently made by Hon. D. M. Key, the postmaster-general, who has ordered that letters to M. A. Dauphin, New Orleans, Louisiana, or at 319 Broadway, New lotk city, relative to the Louisiana atate lot tery company, ba forwarded without inter ference, being convinced of its being honest ly conducted. Ladles' cloth-top button shoes at Wm. miler's. l Tlntn. Bay Jordan's lee-ereaaa and Soufee- tlonerles. 140 Ualn street. Beat and cheapest. Notice Attraction Lookout! To celebrate the opening of the beautiful month of May, Mrs. Maizi will give next Saturday, May 1st, one of her nice little hops, at her place, No. 500 Poplar street. The beat of music, refreshments, etc., will be on hand. Give me a call. ELIZABETH MALZL JKconomy i Wealth. Gents' clothing dyed, cleaned and repaired by I. Isaacs, 270 Second street, oposite Court quare, Memphis, Tennessee. 9I1O0 lot cents' low shoes, from V SO to . Wm. JHLUer's, 1 Slain. COTTON STORAGE. A Mammoth Mbed aad Compreaa Is Contemplation by Leadlac Cotton Factors and Brokers-lot. - portant Heetlng; .Held . Yesterday. At a general meeting of the cotton factors and brokers of Memphis, held yesterday evening at the office of Messrs. C. P. Hunt fe Co., for the purpose of considering and can vassing the necessity of additional compress and s:orage capacity to meet the growing re quiremeots of our trade, Mr. J. T. Pettit was called to the chair, and Mr. C. P. Hunt requested to act as secretary. The meeting having been organized, the following resolutions were offered : Eesolved, That it is the sense of this meet ing that additional storage and compress ca pacity are essential to the general interest and advantage of tbe Memphis cotton trade. Resolved, That a committee of five be ap pointed, to draft a charter for the formation and organization of such a corporation, said charter to be reported to an adjourned meet ing to be ca'led by the chairman. Aopointed on this committee were Messrs. M. C. Pearce, J. W. Dillard. Louis Hananer, J. C. Johnson and J. K. Godwin. Resolved, That a committee of five be ap pointed to select a suitable and convenient 6ite for the erection of such buildings as may be necessary to the enterprise, and to report the result of their investigations at the ad journed meeting, to be called as above. Messrs. D. P. Hadden, W. F. Taylor, Booth Malone, C. P. Hunt andT. H.Hart mus were appointed this committee. lhe meeting then adjourned. Carriage .Repairing ! Carriages and vehicles of all kinds repaired in the best manner at moderate rates. WOODRUFF & OLIVER, Fob Sale Good spring wagon, cheap Apply at Hendren's stable, opposite court house. Hie, lads and lassies! bie away! Nor brook a single hour's delay, ir you wou d carry in your mouth White teeth and odors of tbe south. Haste, baste, and buy a slnele font OI tbe unrivalled SbZODONT. Floyd's Candies Are always the same. Caramels every day, hemembrr the little ones and get them a box of loyd s candies. Eminent Dr. VY. A. Greene, Macon, Ga. Writfs: "I cheerfully state that I have tested tbe virtues and efficiency of Colden's Lie big's liquid extract of beef in my private practice in cases ot general debility, weak ness, depression, dyspepsia, loss of appetite and nervous affections, when medicine had provan more than useless. I have found it the beet remedy I ever nsed in chronic alcohol ism, when tbe stomach is always irritable and lood required, to nourish. bold by leaaiLg druggists. 4. reat Knsli at FB1TZ AND KEOKKE'S for the line BUCK. BKEII and Bl'CR WCHST (hot aansace). ete. iiirotrn & Jones. Pltt-burr, Mhotwcll and CannelCoai. e Hs'.a tr-et. French steam Dye-Works. Ladies and gentlemen's goods dyed and cleaned at Louis Rfigel V58! Jefferson street. Awnings Mattresses. UBlirTK.UKRIl, S431 Second St. Why swelter from beat when Staffer's soda and md ran bo had at all bonr? WEN LILLY Practical Builder OF FINE LightCarriages KEEP A SELECT STOCK (exclusively of my own mannfactnre) CONSTANTLY ON HAND. I am also prepared to build (TO CS DtR) any or nil or ta. modern ntyleo of uueiir., and Kamlly Carnages now In use. I use nothing but the VERY BES r MATERIAL, and einpluy strictly nrst-class mechanics. KKFAIIIISG, In all Its branches, done xarner .' 1.11: r and In the best I.V. 4dm st. Trustee's Sale of Valnablfl Property. PURSUANT to tbe provisions ot a deed of trust executed on the Ofth day or April, Ib77. by tbe West Manufacturing Company to H. W. Walter as truntee, to secure certain Indebtedness therein named; said deed being duly of record in the oftUe of tbe Chancery Clerk of Ma'shall county, Missis sippi. Indeed book No 41, on pages lot. I HO. 161 and 1H2, tbe undersigned, tru-ttee. appointed by tbe bene flclary In said trust to execute the provisions thereof In place ot tbe original trustee who died oo tbe nineteenth day of September, 1878, aald ap pointment bavins ben made by virtue of authority vested In said bnenclar by tbe tetm ot said trust deed, will, on Tandiy, the 7tn day of April, t MHO, In front of the south door of the coi.rtbon e, in Holly Springs, In said county ot Mar shall, offer for sale, at public outcry, to tbe highest bidder, for cah, tbe following described property in said county, to-wit: All tbe machinery, personal and real property of the West Manufacturing Com pany embraced In said deed, for a more particular des'T plion of wblch reference Is here made to said trust deed. It being all tbe property, ot every kind and description, Belonging to aald company Tbe property above named is In fine condition and tbe m ichiuery In good working order, and very valuable to those desulng to manufacture wagons, buggies, etc lhe machinery Is comparatively new, having been nsed only about four arid one-bait yars, and cost originally 820 000 The title to raid property is believed to be good, bnt I will sell and convey as trustee oniy. K4ULEION M. SMITH, Watson A Smith, Att'ys. Munslltuted Trustee. The WEEKLY APPEAL AT ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, is one of the Cheapest Papers in this country. Every farmer in the South ought to have it. Each number contains as much read ing matter as an ordinary novel. Its MARKET REPORTS are the fullest and most accurate sent from Memphis.and its NEWS COL UMNS contain everything of in terest from all parts of.the world. GEO. P. ROWELL &CO, Newspaper Advertising Bureau. For Ten Cents: One hundred-page Pamphlet, with Lists of News papers and Advertising Rates. For Ten Dollars : Fohx lines inserted one week In Three Hundred and Fifty Kewspapero. 10 Spruce Street, N. Y. Till m'T i:R'M m I. K Pursuant to tbe terms of a deed ot trust made to me- as trustee, by C. A Taylor. oa the second day ot February, 1872, to secure a cer tain indebtedness therein named, I will, ou SATt R DAT, the loth day oi May, 1880, before the courtb oust door In the city of Memphis (now Taxing dip Artet), Tennessee, sell for eash, to the highest bidder, the following described property, convejed 10 me In the deed aforesaid, watch deed is recorded In book No. 85, page 175. In the Register's oilice of streloy county: fart of block sixty one (HI), sit oated on tbe north side of Beale street. In tueclty of Memphis. Hbelby county, Tennessee, and more particularly described as follows: Beginning 'Hi Veri .et of tbe western line of the right ot wiy oi ih p Memphis and Charleston Railroad, the same being 25 ts-t. at right angles, west from the center of safcl railro-i.1; thence north alright angles with Beale street 2'Jr 'eet to a stake on tbe boundary line ot aui railroad; tbaiiee 4oVb d.g east with tbe boundary line of said railroad 1881a feet to a Ktake; thence west paral Vel with Beale street 82Ui feet to a stake; thence sou Vh 8 deg west P5 feet to a stake In the north line of BtMile lot reef; thence neat with the north line of Beale street HO feet to the beginning, and being tbe lot 00 tivejed to said Tajlur by W. B. Waldran. July 2, lSrtfct ThO title to said property Is believed to be good, bu 1 1 convey only as trustee. April 8, lBbU L. KKXN0LD3, Trustee. CLIFFORD'S FEBRIFUGE THE GREAT MALARIAL ANTIDOTE. M Zt eared mo of Chins and Fever .M Chaa. Jr. Waller, gainer, BL It eared me of Bilioas Fever. Itankeaaae. St. Louts. It eared mo of Fever and Airae." Oliver amua, uprlngfleia, Mo. Itearedi 9 of f periodical headache. Chat. JL unaualer, itauxville. Hi. " It cured me of Dumb Ajrae. Ja. . Oram. Dead wood. D. T . "Beared oar ehild of ChiUs-" Co. JB. Chase, St. Louis. "It eared me of Snmb Ajrae." H. O. lAnabury, Pontine, Mich. " It saved my life." H. W. Fool. Sew York City. " It ta a superior medlelne. 2r. Wm. O. Hubbard, ClnelnnatL " It has effected wonderful e tires." Oamnbell a McaeU. Alocaoeyiilla, m. "It Is a Success." J. R Dicker. Newton. Tfmnas, "It gives great satisfaction." lianl Derrj, Carml, BL " It never falls to eore." W. jr. Juuneler. Bvansvule, Ind. "It la a valuable remedy." '"""l Tnll. Mintisttnn Tnnnni, "It gave Immediate Belief. n Wm. A. Joad, St. Joseph, Mo. "It Is very reliable.' L. W. Boas, Havana, EL " It baa saved hundred ." Uoyoe UstnOrder. CblUloothe, If a "It proved Success." T. JT. itenfro, Greenville. Texas. " It U an exoeUent Tonic." J no. 8. Maffitt. Sr. Louis. "Its effects are wonderful." tieo. a Wright, Indianapolis. "It onrea in every Instance. 1. 1. HoUauley, Nashville, BL "It Is the best in use." i. S. Fuller, Knotnir, Iowa. It takes the lead." Paul O. Schuh, Cairo, BL "It is the best known." J.K. Somes, Terra Haute, Ind. " It eared me when Doctors failed." Z. B.Ketohum. Jlaucnesier, N. H. it effects remarkable Cores ." jas. JMiallard, Vlnoennes, Ind. "It la Infallible." W. Z. Smith, Hartf ord. Conn. " It Is safe and speedy." 11. Holtkamp. St. Ixrols. "Its merits reoonunend it." i. K. DouUiU, ALU, .Rockdale, Texas. J. C. RICHARDSON. Proprietor. GxarrsKAi. agents RICHARDSON & CO., Wholesale Druggists St. lionls. Febrifuge Is Sold by nil Druggists. SUMMER RESORT. rpo those contemplating a trip North during the i hot months, attention is called to ssinn land Mall ."atHlehland Park. Ill . 22 miles from Chicago, The most beautiful suburb of that city. situated on bluff inn feet above Lake uichman. lis advantagrs Pure Air t Pure Water 1 Fine Soenerv and eleeant Social orlvlleces. The Hall aleeant. commodious, with capacity for 200 guests. and admirably adapted to tne aocommooauon ot families. Circulars snt on application to N. K. 8 WART wou T. Manseer, feT12AnltATA. FOR CAIRO AND ST. LODIS. St. Lools and Tlrksbsrg Aneher Mse U. M. aiall fUH VAltiU AMI) 1ST. IMVia. City of Oreenvilleiii2l R. K. Riley master. Will leave the Anchor Line wbarfboat THIS DAT. April 27th. at 5 p.m. For freight or passage apply to AI). STORM. 8tint nn hi trv.t.;5 FOB NEW OKLEANS. Mt, Eiools and New Orleans Anrhor Eilne For Vlcksburg, Natchez and New Orleans rteamer tj. J . fJJioiitenii, W. H. Thorwelgan master. Will leave the Auchor-llne wbarfboxt THIS DAY, April 27th, at 5 p.m. Kor freight or passage aptly jo AD HTORM. Sop't on wharf boat. Southern Transportation Line Kor VIcksburg Natchez and New Orleans-Steamer (ylolden Hulc, O. P. Shlnkle. master. Will leave as above WEDNESDAY. April 28th. at 10am. For rretebt or passage aiplr to J. T. WASHINGTON. Agent. 814 Front, nn-stalrs. FOR ARKANSAS RIVER. Memphis and Pine Bluff O. 8. Mall Line. For Pine Blurr, Little kock, and wrougn 10 von amun au. if attie Nowland J. J. Darragh master I Chas. Mussel man., clerk Leaves as above WEDNESDAY, April 28, at 5 P.m. For IietKOt or pasxage apply to JOHN N. HARBIN. Pnr't. ooflifa Wont t. FOR COMME-RCE DAILY. The Elegant Accommodating Bends Packet, fclil vert born, -f?gi H. Whitehead. . .master I Nell Booker clerk Leaves Memtibls Dally, at 5 o'clock o.m. For freight or passage apply on board, or INO. i 'WHO!" on phto. FOR V1CKSBUKO. tot. Louis and VlehKbarx Anrhor Line lialt.-a States mail-rlAK vivhJSisutm. Grand. Tower, -pSSfia Cornell master. Will leave the Anchor Line wbarfboat TUESDAY, April 27th, at 10 a,m. For freight or passage apply to AD STORM. Sup"t. on wharfbopt FOR OSCEOLA. Trl-Weekly 17. . Mall Packet-For Ran- doioo, Fulton, Osceola and way landings fctr. Osceola Selle, .ircEla Henry Cooper master I Wm. Smlthers c.ei ti Will leave Memphis every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY, at 5 p.m. For information apply on board, or to No. 8 Madison street. FOR ST. FRANCIS RIVER. Memphis and St. Francis U. S. Mall Line - Steamer Ifatesville, O.K. Joplln master I A. L. Banning cierK Leaves Memphis TUESDAY and FRIDAY, 5 P.m., for Marianna, tbe Cut-oil and all Intermediate land ings. For freight or passage apply on board, or to 1 . 11 K.mn.l.l.. nnr'T. FOR VVBITE AND BLACK RIVERS. MIEfT HARBV l.lK. Hemphla White Klver nnd HlacK Stiver V. H. Bail rackets. For Indian Bay, St. Charles, Clarendon, DevsH's mull, ties Arc, Augusta, jacksonport, west foint, Searcy, Bateavllle, Fowbattan, and Pocahontas. The new steamer Fosie Harry, M. R. Harrr. eaotaln. Walaer Outlaw, cleric Leaves Memphis on and after November 2d. every SATURDAY, at Rp.m., connecting direct with the new Black river U. S. mall packet MILT HARRY for Powhattan and Pocahontas, and with Dally Packets to Batesvllk- and Upper White river. rnrougn 1 area to ail points. Frelzht consigned to MUt Harry Line. Memnhla or Terrene will be promptly forwarded. K. w. i,imm thi ikn k. .ir. spent. t Hsntmn t. LEE L1WK STEAMERS. For tjilendale. Helena nnd Jirtars folnt James Iiee, Slack Lee master Loyd W. Whitlow. ..clerk Will leave as above on every MONDAY. WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY, at 4 P.m. omee r.o. nnntsnn ptnwi. FOR WHITE RIVER. Memphis & White River Packet. Bearalar Independent nemphls and wnite utver Packet For Augusta, jacksonpovi Searcy, and way points. The regular lndepend en! Packet HARD CASH, HHa Id. C. Postal master I Charles Postal clerk Will leave Memphis EVERY WEDNESDAY, HI 5 p-m. For freight or passage apply to a. w. liuhioubiii, No. 7 Monroe st, opp. Peabody heteL J. T. winniNMTON. im wf,,t FOR LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI jYor SJalro. Kvansvllle, IonlsvlIIe and sjinrinnati boutnern 'i ransportauon i.rne. Cliarles Morgan, jsx Alf Stein, master. Will leave as above WEDNESDAY, April 28th, at 8 a.m. For frelgut or ptwsage, apply to J. x. waamxstirtjAi. Agent, an ront. op-starra. IVIemphis & Ohio River .PACKET COMPANYi. FOE Cairo, Louisville and Cincinnati BTEA9IKB8 ANDY BiUM, C0XS MILLAR, JAMES W. GAFF. TINT SHIMKLE, JAS. D. PARKER, V1RG1E LEE. Steamers of this line leave Memphis for CAIRO, LUU1SV1LL& AftU klOIIXIflAll Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays AT 5 OCLOCK P.M., Connecting at Cincinnati with Railroads and Steam ers for all Eastern, Northern and Western Points Giving THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS, CHICAGO, TOLEDO, BUFFALO. KICUMOXD NEW IOKK. WASHINGTON CITT. rHILAr DELFHIA AND BOSTON. Eastern tonrlsts will find tbe La Belle River Route Safe, Delightful and Economical. Rales by this line Cheaper tuan any other first-class route. Mollis and Staterooms Free. Baggage checked through. f-Passengers can rely ou s splendid trip by this lue, as the steamers are all first-class, having been xpreasly built for the aocommodatlon of paaaon ers. Each steamer carries a full String Band. - For full Information, apply to K. w. LitinttiuriAih General Freight and Ticket Agent. No. 7 Monroe .ireer. Msmph' ta. FOK ARKANSAS CITY & UREEN VlLl.K. lil.m. Msl.wblw IT. M- mall l.lan Kor Arkansas City, Pine Blufl Railroad, UreenvlUe, . and all naj landings Tbe elegant steamer Ouachita Helle, jgggSi-. Mark B. Cheek. ..maatfir I A. L. Cnmmlns. ..clerk ' Leaves as above EVERT MONDAY and TBUH3 I DAY, at 6 p.m. Offloe, No. 8 Madison street, I HATS! D-mm J3L C R. O DRESS FABRICS! SILKS! Ia O R T I S T I I n nVMVASyi ., vw THIS WEEK GREAT AND SPECIAL SALE ! Silk Crown Turban, 75 cents formerly $1 25. Leghorn. 50c, ?5c, SI, 51 25. Double-widMi Frencli ltantins 65 cents all sliades for assortment and quality. jLanjjuedoc Fichus, 25 cents, ttur Felerines at SI 25. Wraps balance of stack at astonishingly low figures. Trimmed Hat-Sew designs Jnst in. Flower Department Host complete in the city. IrGmer, Herzog Si 3 FG, EXTRA, FF, AND ORANGE ii u. mmw be, OEAEIW Handlo cfcJ Xjlvormoro, I'rop'a, 98 Second St., opp, Market Square, Meiupliis. rjniouse Fronts, Columns, LIntals, Sills, Ventilators, Cellar-Gratlnfr.all kind Iron and lirass Castings, General Ite pairs and Everything Is t e Linn of FonntJry and achIne-Sliop Worlu 8. L. A VEtiY. President ARE HAUcACiLRIKG A GREAT VaREKTY OF TOP AND NO-TOP BUGGIES! LAD1EV PHIDSS, SKELETON AND WAGON SULKIES, LANDAUS, BAROUCHES, Etc. EXAII1IK OIK TIJIKK.V" HrBISG. Write for Catalogue and lull Information to Wheeler Carriage Company, : Louisville, Ky. ? it iS fa Grocers and Cotton Factors Nos. 371-373 Main street, Memphis. School Books ! CLAPP .& TAYLOR, Booksellers, Stationers, Blankbook Tilanufrs ATVTTl Jb-iLH TiIH-8. 315 Main street, : ; Memphis, Tennessee WE WOULD CALL THE ATTFNTIOI OF MERCHANTS TO OUR UNUSUALLY LABGJS AND w?ll asrtrd stock of Blank d rltaol ikt. (stationery, Kie.. AStc, which, we orrnr at vwY L"'W vkik. vae- rwropt nitroa" ttf-n ' STOUT & OO SOLE lms FOK THE tUiMWOS 1ROX FEXCE COMPACT. mum . J 1 i U mil hi K I II 1; iMpp -1AI.BO DEALERS IS - Hardware, Cutlery and Farming Implements, 35S Main street, Memphis, Tenn. fink nor,H AND BrrirpER' hakhwakk a NPyo'Ai.Ty Am V ACC A BO. B. VACCAKO. A. VACOA.RO & CO., lXi'ORTERS AND DEALERS IN Wines, Liquors and Cigars, Z. It. KSTKM, late Kstes, JTlaer 4k. to. EST ISnccessors to WholesalejGrocers, Cotton Factors And Commission Ilerchanta, Kos. 11 J awti S3 'Hi! ion Street, IrJemiilii. J. T. FARGASON & GO. Wholesale Grocers 360 jVront street, Memphis, Tennessee. aku Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants lOO tiravler street, w B HAVE OPENED A PERMANENT BRANCH slants ot our trade, and oooslgiimwiu oi oouon s T Y Ii S p C I A I. AL BY ISOI W6EIS! A. A. WHEELER, 6jperUitendent Its'' ,:-(.: -: J i A. K. VACCAKO. I jam. t. DOAN, Jlenpkls, Tenn. Oo. v nrs 41 vzv n "3 T& Blank Books! BO AM Sl CO Intern. FIser . Co.l and Cotton Factors. .New Orleans. La. OP OCR HOUSE AT NEW ORLEANS TO MEET THE will nave careiul atention. DRMD ESHieiTIOI I LDWIKIII Is BROS. CLO AK AMD We will open and exhibit to-morrow, M.ONDAY, April 26th, in our Cloak and Suit Boom, an entire New Line if VLACE SSI-vK SUITS, Cashmere Suits, Silk Suits, In all Shades and Combinations. Fancy ISunting Suits, White Lawn Suits, Tinted JLawn Suits, 6IX6HAM 8C.IT8, WOULD CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUR XX.QUISITK STYLES OF Graiiii Ms ii Party Dresses Also, MISSES' SUITS, CHILDREN SUITS, in great variety. WB HATS ALSO JUST RECEIVED SOUS ELEGANT NEW Silk Dolman, Cashmere Dolmans, Silk Capes, Cashm-re Capes, AND TBS HAND30HKST TRAVELIXU WBAPs EVER SHOWN. B. LOWENSTEIN ii B Feabody Xtotel, Moznplila. TVs. A XXX Good tick BalrC. SI ftS each, or SS OO ner half dosea. X. 7777 fciood Caek Mhlrt, mi SO each, or 7 SO per half dosea. Km. I010 Gssa Lack Shirt, SI 7S eneh, or 0 OO per half dssen. Ha VX Porto Bella MdLaksk.a 5 eaeh, or 14 OO per half dosea. EVGnessthe welshtof the 60LDES HOBsB MdOK. Any parehaser or a Uto4 Lack Mhlrt. or seeds to the same ansonnt, to entitled tn (aria. Krsreatiaesg receives OlOO la Weld. Seeead aearest saeas receives OSO la tiold. Third near est guess receives OiCSIb Sold. tST The Golden none Shoe will be weighed July 4 1SS0.Z3 NEW HATS! SFBD BLUFF CITY CL0TM13G HOUSE NOW ULiFLaYIXU T1IJJ QlSDHOMUsT LINK Of E fttt rf uwmi To be found anywhere. Best Stakes. Choicest Styles. Lowest Prieea. PJa. Etarce stack oo head for Wholesale Trade, to which the atteatloa or Merchants Is directed. S. THISTOTGL : : : vr A T1ST ST. CLOSING SALE! It is our positive intention to close our Memphis business bv June 1 5 th, and we will have bnt 60 DAYS TIME to dispose of our Large Stock of Goodss We intend that onr customers and friends shall eret the benefit! of low prices. Onr entire stock is marked down to insure an early sale, Snecial trade discounts to large buyers. RICE.STIX&CO. Wm. B, Moore. Bobt. M. ! GLOSIIO We hare been in Hemphill 21 years, and Intend ta re main hero and share her fortunes. We have a NPiuKXDll) 91 OCK. and shall keep It REPLKXISIIED 1AIL,Y with all goods suited to the wants of this sec tion. Our prices shall now, and at all times be. AS LOW AS TUB LOWEST. Wm.R. Moore & Co. Wholesale Dry Goods, Notions, Men's Furnlhln Goods. Ladles' Trimmed Ilats, Kfe 396 MAIN ST., MEMPHIS. LAND PLASTER THORN & II09 and 31 I wonth Twelfth street t. .nin. Tiaannrl W. T. Mowdre. Booth BOWDRE, MALfll k COTTON FAOTOES, 286 Front street )SirSSiicSlKl MempbiM, Tenn. SUIT ROOlli ! elicwAMKB suits. Worsted Salts, silk and Worsted Salts, Beautifully combined, Plain Bunti&s ult, jVcrcale Suits, Figured Latin Suits, ORGANDY SUITS. o- Lll II! M'Lean. Orrln X. Peck. Toys tOO to 600 Per Ont. Profit oa lhe Investment. All Farmers should try it. Guaranteed to pay. Send for Circulars and Price to HUNKINSo . JBaloae. H. p. Bowdra BOTHERS mi 0HT