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TELE MEMPHIS DAILY j5lElL STJ2STDA.Y. MAY 3. 1880.
A ms&m mm (remer, Herzog k Co. Several Important Departments TO BE CLOSED AT ONCE I TO XII P linL.IC Our Wholesale and Retail Millinery Bull no has, daring the past year, Increaned to such proportion that we find It almost nn Impossibility to do fall justice to several sillier departments of our extended bnines. We btve deter mined ta niaUe onr house. In Memphis one of the sheading; 31 II Jinery Domes of the Union. To do tli is snceefnlly. we bare determined to Positively Quit the DICKS GOODS DKl'ABTHKXT. Have determined to POSITlVEIV QUIT the Heady-mad HUIT. CL.OAK andWISAP Department. Have determined to QUIT the Cilove, Knchlng and Corset Departments. Have determined totUlTthe Parasol and Laee Department, and In consequence will 113 IL 2Ls JL. nil the Wood now on hand In the above-named departments. The occasion to buy oar famously beantlfnl goods AT OUST wl 11 be one Kemarkable and Unprecedented X KBE63ER. HERZOG & CO. 16 INK BILL !. . HAHG-BALL I AT THE OLYMPIC PARK. liKV-bOnH KINK. TO-D4Y fSUNDAi). 11 Y HTH. Admission 2i" cent. nnw called at 3 p.m. LADIE3 FREE. W1MUKT1V TWK.MTIKTU t.KKMAN EI AI F1XT ! JIOXDAf O.XY 10, 1880 AT KSTIVAL I'AUK. The (east will begin In tba afternoon with a GBAKO CHILDREN'S BlLL I wo will danca In Innumerable flocks for handsome prizes. At 4 o'clock, GRIND CONCERT BY ARNOLD'S BAND I assisted by Haenneiclior and Casino Singing Choir la tbe pau.es, Barnes and surpilaes for amall and large cbllilren, and Merriment to reign supreme. Throw away all care and come out. After S o'clock Dancing will Uegln ! flCRTS.... FIFTY CENTS f Ladles and children free. ' N Return Chocks liid. W KCBBIKD THrATEK. (Formerly Memphis Theater.) HA.1D TBI PL K OPF.KA PEAOJI! jit ths CIIO Hi OF CALYaRVCUURCU! Assisted bf several prominent amateurs and a full Orchestra, . Tharsday, Friday 4k Matnrday Hatlnee, Mar 14th, 14th and 15th. -COX AWI BtX I Sjomlo Operetta, by Arthur Sulltrnn, author of Pin atore. DRAMATIS FKRFON: Jas.Jnc.Crix, ajournejmnn Hatter. .Geo. L. Castner Jno. Jua. box. a Journeyman Printer. . .. W. J. ateele tjergaanl Bouncer, lale ot the rhimpfblre Yeomanry, I Mr. Uell W. Klhtirldge FOLLOWED BY IL JACOBI, the millionaire Bootblack Lncy Ann Mlas Jennie Camp Soptironla Mlts Masgfe Appenon IWaouM. Mr. W.J. Steele and Mr. Bell W.Elherldge CONCLUDING W1T3 TACL1XK, the Helle of tJaratosa t Fy P. P. Ranks. DRAMATIS Pi.K!i)N i PaullM Western, the Belle ol Darnings, I Mlas Jennie Jones Clan Rivers ,..KIsa Lizzie .U'Clellan worK" Ardent AT Mr. . L. Cnatner 8lri barlr liranrtlawell. ::: . Mr. W. J. Steele CapUuu Western. .Mr. Bell W. Elherltlge The- "follnwlrnr mnalcal irems will be Intro dtiwd Inio the oiierettas: "Swim K?ho8ong:" Waltz sung, "Onlja Kins;" "Trio from fcatanltra;" 'Quar tette from Don Pasquale;" tfoio, "Kverrbody's Friend;" ."Echo guhrteue;" "lUj Lastbniue. Tnder tbe mnnarment of ..Mr. J A3. K IRELAND siusiooi uiredur . CMiimatoe I'rof. KM1I.K LKVY .Mr. (irOltOB UANDVVEUIHER TK. KKT3. SI. Peats may be reserved, without extra charge, at Klrklond's Hat Store, on and alter Monday, Mny IfWu. DESTISTIIY. XOS Mala Mtreet. BEST SET OF TEETH TEN DOLLARS Mold Vllllngs Two Dollars Sllvtrand I In Flllln-rs One Dollar tias and Kitniciln-r, each Kilty CecU pNtlm'rf inn SJHsfntee1. ItKWAUU. HOR9R-8"0 REWARD Stolen from No. f)P2 Court extended, ou tbe nlcbtof April 2KI li, ouednrk brown hoise; H years old; lrl hands high; bliiok strexk dnwu bis bauK and rump; one bile bind hot: small star In lace; badly crestfallen; Mors and walks well: saddle and harness marks on hU body. The atiove reward will bs paid on return ot said horse, or Information leading tu the recovery otsaiue,at W. W 11 A .UPTON '8, HOX Pmnt street Mi-nuilils. Tern. run vi-i;. H 1T7.KELD'S HI'MMER STOVES-For Oil, fluid or gas, st 2:t:i feo;md street. ROUdK-On Jefferson street extended. No. 11:121 Unlit rooms; large yard; teiiua cash or time, wliu Interest, Apply to . L. W. HUMES, 8(t Madison st TDtLI.I IKD-TABLK Fine Urunawlek make; 1J' MHiioard size; nearly new. Apply to Crystal Palsre eil.fMi. M'HAB A CO. PRIMING ANlT BINDERY MATERIAL Qulle a Ltrge quautlty ot seoi nd-liand material for su'e, In iuiuiuiles to suit purebaers. Tbe above nuUerliil cnuiprtses the eslabllsbuieut or the tale Boyte PrhiUug Company, Which we now own. B. C. TOOK A CO., Memphis. ENGINE AND BOILER Chatting, pulleys and ban nets, comiileie. J VJ1J ATR 1CK. CLOUHING AND CORN-MILL, CHEAP In flrst X1 elasa order. If application Is uiade humeUiaiely; nglne la Inch cylinder and 24-luch stroke. Also, a bieaui u Knglite, kC Ldlta's make, Cincinnati. Inquire at Cnrfenlrrshon. b'Jt Second ftreet. WARTS. FIRST-CLASS MECHANIC " To run a Sbipn HasbUia and Scroll Saw (Fay's) permanent employment for a sober and steady man Apply to Louisiana Steam Bash Factory, No, 805 S3 rn Tier street. Nfr Orleans. Louisiana. SITUATION by BOOK-KEEPER In eounlry store; leu years experience In cot Ion and grocery bustueas. Address H. W. W.. Appeal office. RSSbUAKERS and Anorentlces. at yf4 Second street s MAIL 8TKAM-VACHT For prlvale use; must INS In good order aud cheap. Address W. A. t'HAWI.EY, Belmont, Mo. Oil KN To Oil good situations, at 80 Jeffersoa sneer; also, reveral fmiu Hands. ORXMEN Five good vn rRmen. Apply at Laitary ceineiery. y.nttiESCri to Wuj a good resident , eonven er.t tu the biisliiwa uortlon ol the city: can B.ske s.,t of terms. Address, With deacrlptlou of propeny and lowest terais, S. w. GEOKGw. mis once. T AN WtM AN Man to woik g.irdi n and take eareui uo ae: wonwui to cook, wasu a u irun. Apply to J. W. X. B.piWNK. 40 Malilsoil St. N URSK A steady good nurse, white or colored ppiy at Mil i ourt si reet OITUATIHN As housekeeper or governess for k.J small clilldieii; no ble lion to going nortli.eaat Sr?n,!??2!"J'edLlirJ. K. U. Joy. bolivar. Ijtnn. inhjrii.Mi & l alliCTTo fun seIsun hk -A !"(. H'e have a sou ot Bysdyrk' " Danill V,n. ."' ' J11 "O" ol Dr. Hri s "Ma'i.bnno I ab'ben," siid a hrx stvllsh bl k Jack, which we keep for public service. We have Hue pastures, uud grux, burses and mules for the city. HOuU D. AND JOHN it GREKR, Six inlles BOtitlivnst ol tile city. Lj'KW If A Ml I.I Fs TotxHr Jt ( is summer at the A' O'lllervllle Hotel. Colll-rrtll", Tenn. JKT l'ALACK. AUeutlon, I.mlies ! Sale ot Jowelry and Fancy Goods I OFFER FOR SALE A LARGE STOCK OF I4-Plnted Bracelets (Ladles' A Children's) aieeklaeee, sjteta, Leekels, lsnltallon Ulatnend Cittods) (uioanted In gold) Ladleai' suaa jients' Hstrlichslas. ALSO, AN WHF.XX MTOtJC OF JKT diOODS I AT A GREAT SACRlslCE, IV AU goods warranted as represented.A JET 375 111 A IX ST.. l'ALAti; ..I. KOFSI IIErt, A'GT. CHARLES N. ERICH, DIRECT IMPORTER OF BoUcmifva Glasswnxc, French AXmcrlcan China, QUEEISWARE1 HPRCAALTIK I Mar-Fix-area, Mirrars, ete. .Vnailriiple-l'Utd UjaiTes, C'astsrs. ete iteiel ssi Mtaioi Wars. H? AUCTION SALKS. E. CARTER GIK AT AUCTIOX, Tor account of bom it mar concern. ONE 50-SAW K. CARVBR GIN, In perfect order, nearly row, Tnesday Hare tactlay lath at 1 1 o'clock . A. M. STODDARD, auctioneer. ROOMS AM D HOARD. ROOM Nicely faraiehed rooms for rent to sett tlf men. at 1 lfl Court street. H00M3 Nice lurtilshed rooms, cheap, at No. XR MAIN STRKKT. TOL,tS5i, TTOBiB-Sl 0 BKWAHD Stolen on tbe Rth Inst J L one sorrel horse, about nine rears old. fifteen nanos nub, a little oi-hetMhced. wHlks off a little stiff, one blud loot a Ultie white. When last benrd iruiu iiuui ftuiio man was riainc Blm near pes pit's bunion, on the Mbslaslupl and Tetinesee naiiruAu, unci no si'oes on. tor lull partlculais avvj w utccui-f wnue, ur JOHN DUNN, 42 Adams street. Ltrer? Stable MTUAVKIl. MULE -Sorrel mare mule. 1M bands high, very . small legs, right bird loot twisted and scar on """' ur suuee. LiDerui reward will be paid . ..v.. . u una. ALbfin nun KN, Union avenue, below City Hospital. rnwp COWS AND EElKElt-?5 REWARD Frem J- nelson's tnrm, on tbe Paducah road, near ieneoe, two sows and one heifer: one of tbe cows Ti iow, who wire oorns; tne other black, with white face, back and breast: tbe heifer Is brown and white color. Any Information should besentt672 munis, or nr. KniKiir. Hleriene. I't'ti.OMAJL. BUCK-EYE SALVE FOR PILES-Sold by all droj gits. RO cents per bottle. TARKH UI TWO COWS With roung calves. Owners can have same by proving property and paying cuarges. apply to CLAKK JS FLAUK, fonr miles out on Cane freek. LOST. DOCKET-CtSK A red leather pocket-ease, eon A. talriliig surgical Instrument", In a Hernando street car. libera reward will be paid for Its re- turn attbeofll..-e ot DR. R. L, LA8KI, 817 Main st. QHIKLD- Fine pointed shield. "U. S. Secret 8er- kJ vl. lee." v luderwlll nierute. rernrn to Joe Kmmer. icu. ni nam, or io ponce newiquarters. A liberal reward win be paid tor Its return. T OCKET Oil Wednesday night, one gent's gold J lOCKei. witn red and dikck mm a and monoeram T, S. on blHck side. Finder will be rewarded bi ra. lurning 10 no. main street. l"tU It 15 AT. O ESI DKNCS Intending to sail for Europe about a. v iue nmi or June, i oner mi d re sent residence. which la handsomely rurnlsbed and dellKhttully sit uated in West Nashville, for rent, during my ab. Nashville, Tenn. NICK COTTAUE, CHEAP Five rooms, corner Georgia otreet and Bayburn avenue. Apply at 1H0 MndlOQ street' ROOMS Genteel, well furnished; 12 rooms on Bluffs, near business; large grounds full fruit; batnroom, bnrn, etc; good vie .of river, city, gov ernment buildings, etc; will rent for the summer to good family. .1. GOLD3BUHY. Davenport, luwa. PART OF LAK4K HOUSE Six rooms. In thor ough repair, pleasant location, large yard, good pure water, at reaMuiable rent. 817 MADISON STREET. MOUSR-840 Linden sueet. 8 rooms; now occu pied by K. V. Phillips. Ksq.; In good repair; bath-room, water, gas and other conveniences. Ap ply to J. 1). gUIGLSY. VUXVt Front St. CiOAL YARD On Msdlson street, now occupied J by O. B. Bryan 4 Co. RESIDENCES Nos. 105 and 109 Madison, and 112J Court street. Apply to It. H. Snowden, or J. H. GOODLOK, H Madison. HOI. OS A large aim comiuooiuus bouse, con taining thirteen rooms, and two detached COT TAGES of two rooms each, with a good spring and a garden snot, at aewanee, Tennessee. The bouse Is partly turnlsbed, and Is suitably located for a boarduigbouse and hotel. For terms, etc., apply to T. H. ARMSTRONG, Sewanee. Franklin county, Tenn. TOOM Large uulurnlshed front room, with small X V room eoiinedii g, cau be had, with good board, st 1'J Court street. References required, ROOMS Furumhed or unfurnished, single or In suits, without board: apartmeuta suited for light housekeeping, at 101 Jederson street. HOoMS .rurnlsbed rooms, So to $8 per month, at 107 .letorson street. Floyd's lleatanrant and Con tecttouery. The odIj ladies' restaurant in the city. All conveniences lor their accommodation. The restaurant is all that could be asked for; tbe candies nro not excelled by any in the United States; the ico cream is made from pure cream we make no other kind; the cakes and desserts could be no better; last, but not least, in the Boda and mead that every body saya is good. Custom-Hade Boots and ttbtoesj. A Large, Freak ft toek, Cheap. Jon. Fssssisb, 8S.1 mala street. T. F. Turner, Pentit. 315 M nit ftreet. Tub German Matfest at Estival park to-morrow will ba a mcsfc attractive artair. Tbe German societies of the city bave made every arrangement lor a grand holiday time, In the afternoon the children's ball, distribu tion of prizes to the best dancers, concerts by Arnold a band, aineins by tbe Al tenner chor and Casino clubs, games and surprise! lor everybody will be in order. At night the regular dancing will begin and be kept up until a late bour. Ladies and children will be admitted free of charge. Ice-cream and aoda-water, pare and freab, at K. MtotaV, XS4 Main. Fleniea ad families furnished on abort notice. Delivery free. Stylish black walking suits, 28, 30, fJo, to order at YA I al.NS B. Tub ladies in charge of the tables for St Patrick's church picnic bave their arrange ments completed to make Tuesday, the eleventh, a day to be remembered by lovers of innocent amusements. We are told that other ladies, not ot bt. Patrick s, have cor dially en-operated in preparing for tbe occa sion. 1 nis must be very grautvins to tbe wor thy pastor, Fsther Unnu, to Cad that those in the upp.-r portion of the city, among whom he has so lonr nun s .ereu, are cluster ing around him to make this, his Srat picnic, a suscees. Fifty Lforees and in ales. We have some forty or fifty horses and mult s which we will sell on tall tithe, with good city prrcep'snce. J. A. FORREST A CO., 01 Monroe St lAlrkland'a Imparted NeTeltles. 1UND-MADE FRENCH C0USE1S! MENKEN BROTHERS Sole asronts for the improved Side Steel ana celebrated Health corsets. These goods are superior to any in this market, and are offered by us at unusual ly low prioes. Our 1 25 corset is now told for 85o. Brown 9t Jones. Flttsbarg, Hhetwell and I'aaael Csal. HS Main atreet. Ladles Legborn Hats Reshaped at Goodyear's. A Chance for n- fortune. The next drawing of the Louisiana State lottr-ty company will occur on Tuesday, eleventh iuUDt. To-morrow will be the Ubt day to puroUaH'j tickets, which are only two dollars. Uver one hundred dollars will bo distributed. Apply Court street I r pi.Liculars. thousand at Ho. 6 Mow is the Time. Walking mils to order, all complete, in good style, from f 25, at Walking's. Hon Aqua Springs. Parties who detire to visit a delightful summer re; -it within easy reach ot Memphis, ami at eraai eoit, slioald go to Ban Aqua. Tbe board is only thirty dollars per month, and rouud-trip tickets tea dollars and htty tive cents to the springs. The season will open on tbe first of June, but parties desir ing to go sooner will be accommodated. lAlrklund'd Mtsdyesr nvereottt. t'losd's Candles Sirakur th motive. Eperybody knowi how t,ic tnty are, and thote who bun cdies at sraya go or tend to h'LOYD'S. Bay Jordan' Ire-creans aad Ceafee- tloaerles, lso nalav Best sad caespsst. COST KEL1UI0US SERTICESTO-DAI ST. MARY'S CATHEDRAL. Sentcss at 11a.m., and 7:45 p.m. GERMAN PROTESTANT CHURCH Tfcinf street Preaching at 10:JU am. . ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH Mass at 7:30a.m.; blgb mass at 10 a.m.; vespers at 11 p.m. tHMANTJEL CHURCH Beale ttrtet. Divine ser vice at 11 a.m. and at U p.m. Sundar-scbool at 8 P.BV. T. PATRICK'S Corner Lindenmd Dfotoareef. i Hlsh Mass at 10 a.m. : vespers and preacblns at C1ALYABT CHURCH.-W111 be or for divine Mrvtoe to-dar-momtag and evening, tbe rec tor oOlclaUng. rHIRD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH-OVia utmd. eervloes at 11 a.m. and at 7:46 p.m.,br Bev. J. N. Craig, D.D. . MKMPHI3 BETHEL Adorns Hnet, eortur Charlatan otKMut-Sunoar-echool every Sun day at 20 p.m. HERNANDO STREET M. K CHURCH. Preach lo( by Ber. Oulilord Jones, pastor, at 1 1 a.m. and 7:4o p.m. A' LABAMA STREET PBESBYTEBIANCHUBCH Bev. Dr. Hoyt, of Nashville, will preach this afternoon at 4 o'clock. G1 EOBGIA STREET METHODIST CHURCH. r Preaching at 1 1 a.m. and T 30 p.m. by ttev. J. K. Treatlwell, pastor. CHDRCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD OJuUna J Services by Rev. (jeeree Moore at 1 1 am. and 8 p.m. Sunday-school at U a. m. CtlXTH STREET M. E. CHURCH Corner of O HixXh and Jackson ttrtetn. tan rickjerxnQ. Services at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. I CUMBERLAND PRESUY TERI A N CHURCH J court Klmt. Bev. H. j ones, pastor. preaching at 11 a.m. aop 8 p.m. PROVIDENCE CHAPEL Central Paint. Pastor, J. 6. Merrtweatber. Services at 11 a.m., 3 and 7 p.m. Sundar-scbool at 1:30 P.m. 1 RACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH-ernmdorret vT Rev. ur. Daizeii. rector, s service at 11 am. and 8 pm. Sunday-school at 9 a.m. tpiRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Corner of ' Third and. topUir ttreet. Preaching at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m., by Bev. J. W. Hoyt, l D. LINDEN STREET CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sunday-school at 6 a.m. Usual morning and evening cervices. Bev. J. M. Ttlble, putor. QT. PETEB'S CATHOLIC CHUBCH-Flrst mass O at 7 a.m.; second mass at 9 a.m.; High Mass, with sermon at 10&0 a.m. Vespers at 7:30 p.m. LAUDERDALE STREET PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Sundar-achool 9:30 a.m. Preach ing at 11 a. m. and 8 p.m., by Bev. John B. Park. SECOND CONGREGATtOKlL SHraCH. Orlearm ttreet, between linden and Beat. Services at 1 1 a m and 7 iJO p.m., by the pastos. Be. H. S. WU llams. MECOND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Comer of Ham ana tsaue ureel. saooatb-eohooi at 9 SO a.m. Services at 11 a.m. and8 p.m., by Bev. W.W. Houston. FIRST BAPTI8T CHURCH. oni ttreet. be tween Adam and WathingUm. Services at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. by the pastor. Sunday-school at 9:30 a.m. Seats all free. GERMAN EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH " Wananoton ttreet, betwem Third and fourth. Service at 10:30 am. Sunday-school at 9 a.m. Bev. I. Ceiisaa, minister. C CHELSEA BAPTIST CHURCH Oomer of MM J and Fifth streets. Services by tbe pastor, Bev. W. H. Baiksdale, at 11 a.m. and 7:15 p.m. Sun-dity-scbool at 3 p.m. CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH (COLORED) Comer of ranee and Desoto ttreet, Preaching at li a.m..aua i an p.m. "CENTRAL METHODIST CHURCH 187 Vnio J ttreet. Preaching at 1 1 a.m. and at 7 .10 o.m. by tbe pastor. Rev. S. W. Moore. Seats tree. All Invited, especially youngs people. Sunday-school at u a.m. OT. JOHN'S M. K. CHUBCH Cbrwr of Tanee U and lauaeraate streets services at n a,m. and 7:80 p.m.. by tbi presiding elder, Bev. I. W, Register, bunday-school at d p.m. CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH . Second ttreet. near Sea': The pastor being absent there will bs no SLornlng services. Preaching at 8 p m. by Rev. W. A Montgomery, D.D., pastor ot tbe First oapiisi courcn. aunaay-scnooi at u:ao a.m. O AFFARANS STREET M. K. CHURCH, SOUTH. . j Preaching at 11 a.m. and 8 D.m. by tbe ( istor. Rev. T. C. Holmes. Suaaay-scbool at 9:30 a m. Subject In Ibe momlng: "xoutnrul Kellglon.' tjjbjei al olght: "The Name of Christ the lest' rrilBST METHODIST CHURCH Second ttreet, U tear Poplar. Preaching at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m , by tbe pastor. Rev. R. H. Mabon. Sunday school at 9 JS0 a.tu. Subjsct In tbe morning: "Good Holes ror Good Living." Subject at night: "Lot's wile." OUrer.FiiMCo WHOLESALE GROCERS, UEPBia TEHSEHSEE. The advantage rou get In buying Lemons from ns Is this : Tbe Lemon are taken 'Direct from the Steamers on their Arri val in New Orleans or New York; shipped by Foat Freight to Memphis, and plseed at once In our One cellars, which are partly above ground, with free and perfect ventila tion, and Always Cool. All Lemons are carefully examined, and none but per fectly sound fruit (which Is entirely free from decay) shipped. We receive large shipments Weekly from Freak arrival ot Steamers, and can Oil orders promptly. When parties wish to bur In lots of one hundrel boxes or more, we make special prices. Will be glad to receive a trial order from jou, and feel sure we can please you, both In quality and In price. OLIVER, FINNIE& CO LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. Estival park open for visitors to-day. The wild southeastern breeza was livelv yesterday. The annual German Maifest will come off to-morrow at Estival park. Thermometer eighty-six degrees in the shade at three o clock yesterday Sunday afternoon next, Confederate dec oration day at hlmwood cemetery, The dust raised by the wind throughout the city yesterday was aimcit intolerable. Tuesday next, at Estival park, St. Pat nek's church annual picnio will be held. The Leath orphan asylum strawberry festival at oUZ Main street closed last even ing. lhe coronation Extravaganza drew a large audience at the Theater matinee yester day. Summer clothing, sun-umbrellas and tanB are in accordance with the condition of the present weather. To-morrow the sale of reserved seats for the Calvary church choir operetta season, will commence at Jurkland s, The strawberry season will soon be over, tha crop being short; then will come the raspberry and blackberry seasons. Attention is called to tbe change in the time table of the Mississippi and Tennessee railroad; see our railroad column. The decoration of Confederate graves at Mountain cemetery, near Covington, Tipton county, cook place on yesterday afternoon The county Democratic executive com mittee met yesterday, organiz'd an executive board, and then adjourned to Saturday, May The Chicks and Bluffs will put in the present week by engaging in regular drills preparatory to the contest at Nashville on the nineteenth. On and after Monday the Louisville and ureat aoutnern last mail train win leave in the morning at forty minutes past seven o clock (city time), Yesterday Fannie Hicks, colored, filed a bill for divorce against George Hicks at the chancery court, on the grounds of abandon ment and cruel treatment. The Light Guards, Captain Waldron commanding, were out drilling last Bight. Tbe boys went through the manual in good style and marched with precision. The lovers of the game of base-ball will visit Olympic park this afternoon and watch the Memphis Blues and Dry-Goods Clerks nine swing the bat and miss the ball. An article from the Evening Ledger, in another column, referring to a leading busi ness house here, will have a tendency to in spire confidence in the future ot our city. At the county court clerk's office, yester day, the following marriage license were is sued: Whites Thomas Carter and Lizzie Baldwin. Colored Hawkins Moore and Lucy Hill. A railway company director has some rights and privileges in Tennessee, but keep ing off of court juries is not one of them ac cording to the opinion of the supreme court of the State. " An excursion on the steamer J. 1). Par ker will be given by the young ladies of the t irst Methodist church, on Tuesday, May 1 1th. Tickets, twenty-five cents, at Wills & Wildberger's. Tbe comio opera season of the Calvarv church choir will open np at Leubrie's Thea ter next ihursday night, lhe operettas will be repeated on Friday night and at the mati nee on Saturday. The society for the prevention of cruelty to animals arrested a man named Ed Col bert, yesterday, on the charge of driving a sore-backed mule. A fine of two dollars was imposed, it being the first offense. i To-day people will goto church, visit tha bluffs, the Poplar street beer-gardens, Kstival perk, Olympic park, the water-works, the county jail, the Arkansas shore, the Fort l'ickering mound and the cemeteries. Mr. W. P. Gaither. who lives on the Pcston place, knows of a fine red niuley cow, v liicu was sold under circumstances that r ;uses him to believe she was stolen. Any o io interested had better oull on him. 'I'lir . . inging signs swung wildly in the ' ' -; the stationary projecting signs : uil and groaned uninusicaliv vesterdav. while tba dilapidated wooden-awnings joined in the tefrain to i danger of pedes- tnans. Ku York Fashi, Southern Cultivator, Am :ar lot June, - 4gricMltHri3t LE ViOiMS 1 1 and Country Gentleman; "Clara Vauebn, by R. D. Blackmora, a new novel in FranlSltn Library, received last night at Manstcrd's, 298 Main street. Tbe police made n't arrests yesterday and six last night up to twelve o'clock. The offenses were drunkenness, disorderly con duct, obscene language, assault end battery, fighting, using profane language, cruelty to animals and larceny. At the last meeting of the United Irish men, held on Thursday, the sixth instant, a vote of thanks was tendered the Memphis press for favors in publishing the programme of the Irish race convention to be held in Philadelphia on tha twenty-fifth of Jane next. The famous island No. 10 in the Missis sippi river, which was three roiles long, and which, during the war, contained two or three fertile plantations, has been entirely swept away by the river, and the present island is only a sand bank overgrown with Cottonwood and willows. Tbe Memphis clothes-line thief has been dressed up poetically in the following style: "He saw a carpet banging out Upon tbe clothes line In the rear Of that fine mansion, anu he thought: 'The folks are out, trie coast is clear, I'll bag tbat Brussels If I can ' He did, and making no delay, Adown the alley. In tbe dusk. The earpet-bagger tramped a war" At the Sons of Ham hall, oa Gayoso street, to-morrow night, a Rfpubl-can rally will be held, on which occasion the follow ing speakers will address the meeting: Messrs. I. M. Hill, William M. Randolph, lid ward Shaw, T. A. Hamilton. S. 11. Scott, General W. 3. Smith and others. To-morrow night at tbe Zouave Guards' armory, south wing of Greenlaw operahouse, a meeting of ex-Union soldiers, citizens and officers of the different societies will be held for the purpose of making arrangements for the decoration of the graves of the Union Boldiers at the National cemetery. The ladies of the Saffdrans street Metbo dist church will give an ice-cream and straw berry festival next Wednesday and Thursday nights at 64 Fifth street, near the corner of Greenlaw, Chelsea, right on tha 6treet-car line. It is givenfor the benefit of the church, and is deserving of general patronage. Yesterday Jacobs & Booker, the cotton factors on Front street, anticipating the time for the taking down of projecting signs, hauled down their sidewalk sign, and thereby set a law-abiding example to all their neigh bors. They recognio the fact tbat these signs are not ornamental, but are dangerous to pedestrians, At the chancery court Rasa Burne Las filed a bill of divorce against William Borne, alleging that they intermarried in Shelby county in December. 1879$ soon afterward defendant became cruel and inhuman; he often kept petitioner locked up in her room and choked and abused her, and used inde cent and vulgar language; at last he drove her from home, in Cochran hall. The peti tioner asks for a divorce and to be restored to her maiden name, Rosa Skully. 'The time is approaching when the youth of the period will run away frcm hem? and go swimming in the most dangerous wateia of the Mississippi and Wolf rivers. " Soon tbe ubiquitous lad will truant from school, And go swimming In spite of his ma; Unmindful ot slippers and the domestic rule Which she lays dawn es a law. There's one certain way he'll be sure to get caught Small boys are thiswise put to rout When he dresses himself she'll find that he's got iiis time sain on wrong sine out" Yesterday morning, on Kerr avenue, Mr. Mcsss Moore discovered a negro slipping by his house with a heavy sack on his shoulder. Suspecting tbat the fellow had been out for aging without authority, he called upon him to halt, but the negro broke and ran, and, while so doing, dropped a portion of his cargo, which consisted of a good-siscd pig tbat had been recently slaughtered, but the thief managed to escape with tha remainder of the load, which, no doubt, was another pig, or probably two. lhe plunderer will en' joy a hne barbecued pig dinner to-day. From the printing and lithogr?phing house of S. C. Toof & Co., 15 West Court street, an elegant piece of work has been Dub Iisbed Cfutde to the Summer Resorts ant Watering Places of East Tennessee mclud ing a brief historical sketch and descriptioi ot its topography, climate, agricultural an mineral resources. The pamphlet is embel lished with numerons fioely executed en era v ings of noted places in the mountain regions through which passes the East Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia railroad. The work has been gotten out by the railroad companv for gratuitous distribution. It re Beets credit upon the enterprise of tbe railroad company as well as upon the printinghouse ot S. C, loot ec co. At the county register's office yesterday a copartnership of agreement was filed by persons organizing the Memphis foat pub' lishmg compacy, in the publishing of a news paper in Memphis, nnder the name of tbe Memphis Post, the copartnership to continue oneyear. lhe copartners are: Schei bier Bros Louis Keith, M. 'J. Emmerich, F. Feihng, joe waiter, J. J. lanner, Wm, Streuli, J JNagie, Joe Urosman, U. Ebanhart. K. Stot; & Bros., R. Stotz. F. Goldschmidt. F. Prern trrt & Co., Frank Zimmerman, F. Aehle & Bro., Sigmund Roejcoer,' August Frost, John vvendel, Utto Bruder. 1 ua copartners pay in hve dollars each and obligations for twenty dollars. The trustees are John Scheibler and Louis Keith, the first to be president and treasurer, and the latter secre tary of the company. Mr. Carl Koch is to be the editor of the paper. LADIES WHO ARE ACCUSfOlIED to the prices of fine g3ds, and to bay fine goods, are cordially invited to call at 1 KAHS A FBEIBERH'S, Corner Main and Poplar Streets, This week, as we have received by express 75o tor the finest silk hose. 75s value 2. 50c for the finest knotted fringe towels, 50c value and regular cost. SI each-. 75o for ladies' finest nicht-gowns. 752. 75c skirts that cost SI 50 to manufacture. 75c. 50s for the finest misses' embroidered hose. 40c. 50c. 50o for ladies' extra length finest unbleached imported Lisle thread, regular cost f 2 pr, Such goods will not again soon ha ctfVrrrl by merchants here at three times the orice 1 hey are only slightly wet; some perfectly sound. The 25c Balbriggan seamless hose cost originally bOs a pair. Cau soon. KA.HN & FREIBERG, Corner Main and Poplar streets. To dlentlemen: iv e have the neat aanortment of law shoes In tke city, -wtilcn must be sold Vive no a calL We sell tbtm eneaoer tkan any house la the city. WSS. MILLKB CO., Scl Main atreet. We learn that the Irish-Americans pro pose expressing their preferences for some gentlemen to represent them at the coming convention in Philadelphia, by ballot, next Tuesday evening, at St. Patrick's church picnic No community can boast of better citizens than are to be found among tbe Knights of the Red Branch, Fenians, and Land-Leaguers ot Memphis. Kepresenta tives indorsed on this occasion will be most cordially welcomed among their fello countrymen in Philadelphia. Terrific Reduction IK Dress goods! Dress goods! AT B. LOWENSTEIN & BROS. St, Patrick' church Picnic, To be given at Estival park, on next Toes day, the eleventh instant, promises to be a most enjoyable affair. The management of the picnic is in the hands of the young men of the parish, whose committees promise the finest music, all kinds of dancing, choice re- iresnmenis, etc., etc. During the day a handsome article will be voted to tbe most beautiful lady in attendance; also a magnifi cent gent's gold-headed ebony cane will be voted to the most popular candidate for sheriff at tbe approaching election. During the Coming Week I shall sell my ROYAL CORSET AT ONE DOLLAR. Hundreds of wearers ber testimony to -its excellence. J. ti. WAT K ISM, 77 Main Street. Julius Nasrle Co. So. 137 Main Street, Dealers in foreign and domestic groceries. Swiss and limburger cheese and mustard, red and white wines by the gallon or dozen, fine liquors, cigars, etc. We offer our goods at the lowest market prices. Delivery free. lAlrkland'a Dent If Id Cloves. Floyd's ICestanrant Growing in public favor every day. Business men dine there: ladies shoovinm lunch there. and all the country people while in the city get their meals at Floyd's. Rcbbkr Target Guns for parlor or open- air practice. The thing for the season. A fresh lot just received by express. e. wAitifla, a77 Main street Seasonable Goods! at SHERWOOD & CO.'S, 310 .Main Street 310 Ice-cream freezers, Cedar chests, Croquet sets, Baby carriages. Patent churns. Cedar churns, Cedar water cans, JUST RECEIVED: 100 dozen baskets all kinds. All goods in oar line at the lowest prices in the city. wholesale or retail opposite Peabody hotel. Ladlea' nnndaln. at Miller's. Allatyles swpsrt tie, ollpners and shoes. low er tkan any house In the elty. Tramp Abroad," by-Mark Twain, tha rreatest book of tha day, just received by uu-e YYUdberger, 317 Mata Atreet. . 3IE3XOKIAL, DAY. Preparations for a (sratefal and Tender Jlemembrance ot tne Soldiers, wks Laid Do wu Tkelr Lives for 17s. Committees Appointed to Carry tke At rSDsements lnts .Effect snd to Pro Vide tke Means Necessary. The committee appointed at a general meeting of ex-Confederates, held at the chamber of commerce, on Wednesday nigbt last, to perfect arrangements for the proper observance of Memorial day, Sunday after noon at three o'clock, May 16th, announce the following committees, and duties as signed to them, respectively: . COMMITTEH ON BOrND8. Duty to erect stand, procure seats, water, ioe and dippers, JAME3 CLFARV. Chairman. a a spuiman, F R Brenan, Patrick Kerns, Charles Melster, KB M Henry, Robert Groves, p Sklpwlth, W Bridges, Fred T Anderson, B B Davis, H P Woodloek, 1 L Goodloe, W J P Doyle, Rlcnard Drake, J Wilson. George W Miller, S A Gardiner. W J Crawrord, John B Fllppln, James Emery, W L Anderson, T P Turner, J Shelton, John Reese, BJ Black, W D titration, John & Splcer, J T Lawler, GW Nalll, A B Morrison, T A Divine, J D H Meyers, COMMITTOR OJT TRANSPORTATION. Duty to see railroad superintendents and procure from them free transportation for all flowers donated; also to get reduced rates of fare for visitors, tickets to be good from fif teenth to seventeenth, inclusive; also to ar racge with Memphis and Charleston railroad to run special trains from two to eight o'clock in the evening, on the sixteenth. JAMX3 P08TON, Chairman. Nop Falls, Barney Hughes, Louis Poaests, TN Patton, G V Rambaut, W A Goodman, James Hunt, J B Godwin, L B Suggs, Robert Galloway, B P Robson, Aaron Allen. COMMTTTKION MUSIC. Duty to provide sacred, vocal and initra- mental music. W H RHEA, Chairman. j tiroes Kiruand, w a Gage, I A UOl Thomas H Arnold, Frank Bankjmlth, ProfSaxby, F M Nelson, TV Spot Smith, k red Wolfe, Jake M Wood. Alex Allison, J M. Keating. Frank Sellers, George Munch, B H Vanee, , froi vTinckisr, FLORAL COMMITTER. Duty to take charge of all flowers con tributed for the occasion! receive them at railroad depots and at designated stores in the city; see to their' proper transportation to the cemetery, and deliver to the ladies' floral committee for distribution on the graves. The floral committees are requested to solicit do nations of flowers from parties favorable to this memorial oeoasion, living on the various railroaai and steamboat lines, W L CLAFP, Chairman. T Sherwood, C W Fraisr. B A Splcer, J T M arable, W C Fowikes, J H Nultall, A B Snowden, S P Walker. Oscar Wooldrldse, Stack Dee. John w DUlard, L Coffin, J N Cameron, W L Cameron, Henry Moode, Wilbur Simmons, It D Wallace, D Hastings, T M 8 Bbett, B J Semuies, H T Kilett, Joseph Locke, M Magevney, HW Hill, John Abercromble, J J DuBose, A Wooldrldge, C W Mosby. The, fnllnwinc ladies were appointed fliral committee, whose duty it will be to solicit flowers from all sources, superintend the wreathing of the Confederate monument with a a were and evergreens and the arrange raent of the flowers upon the pravesi MRS. T. J. LATHAM, Chairman, Mrs MCGallaway, Mrs Kate Diwaon, Mrs L B Armstrong, Mrs B W Mitchell, Mrs J A Forrest, Mrs M S Cochran, . Mrs T W Brown, Mrs L B Suggs, Mrs W T Avery, . Mrs T H Allen, sr, Mrs B J Semmes, Mrs KuocU Ensley, Mrs J T WUUns, Mrs DrCummlngs, Mrs Joslau Patterson, Mrs Alex Krsktne, Mrs BB Maury, Mrs G V Ram bant, Mrs H Furstenhelm, Mrs B F Ball, Mrs Hattle Lamb, Mrs W K Postou. sr, Mrs Wm H Lake. Mrs Decatur Doyle, Mrs A J Kellar, Airs t H Matbes, Mrs W L Trask, Mrs W A Collier, Mrs Minor Meriwether, Mrs George C Harris, Mrs W J Crawford, Mrs M F Kennedy, Mrs James B Miller, Mrs CB Bryan, Mrs Marcus Jones, Mrs BGailDway, Mrs James Poston, MrsJCZubrtng, Mrs W A Kendall. Mrs Hays Flzer, Mrs Laura Kills, Mrs P J Malloo, Mrs Bart Vaccaro, Mrs C W Goyer, Mrs .1 C Neely, Mrs B A Harris, Mrs N Bruce, Mrs J H Cocke, Mrs L B M'Farland, Mrs Frank Rlee, Mrs W L Clapp, Mrs W F Taylor, Mrs John W Cochran, Mrs B J, Black, Mrs J W Wayoesburg, Mrs LB Wright, Mrs B M Stratton, Mrs C M Waldran, Mrs Carrlngton Mason, Mrs J R Frayser, Mrs F M Nelson. Mrs A J Vaugban, Mrs W Y C Humes Mrs W B Hunt. Mrs C D Stelnkuhl, Mrs J J Busby, Mrs Jacob Thompson, Mrs Carl, Mrs Battle Trezevant, Mrs W K Poston, jr. Mrs F W Royster, Mrs G P Koute. Mrs A W Johnston, MrsE Whttmore, Mrs T H Allen, jr, Mrs T B Turley, Mrs Hal B Allln, Airs E L Belcher, Mrs Margaret Doyle, Mrs John W Graham, Mrs W D Beard, -Mrs J M Semmes, Mrs B F Haller, Mrs J K Johnson, Mrs B C Williamson, Mrs H Cary. Mrs V W Mosby, Mrs 1 B Harris, Mrs S J Camp, Mrs P M Patterson, Mrs J HM'Davitt, Mrs James Maydwell, Mrs S H Brooks, MrsBBSpellman, Mrs A G Dennis, Mrs Jessie Moore, LADIES AID FLORAL COMMITTEE. Duty to aid the ladies floral committee in wreathing monument, aistributing fljwers, and ether work oa the grounds: JOBIAH PATTERSON, Chairman. H C warrluer, H Furstenhelm. d A Taylor, J H Martin. J A Omberg, John T WlTllns, J J Murphy, W T Bowdre. Thomas F Tobln, A W Johnston, T W Broom. C B Wellford, W P Wilson, B C Malone, S L Belcher, Thomas Wellford, J B Helskell, John W Cochran, J W Fulmer, James Lee, Jr, Thomas Hoi man, OH P Piper, Dr Alex Krsklne, Dr W C Caveaagh, B S Bowles, B D Rambaut, Butts Cooper, W B Stewart, John Powell, H M Neely, Brooks Trezevant, E S Hammond, Tbos D Adams, John B Miles, (J lias Howard, M B Trezevant, Avery Meriwether, Walter Moon, B Gratx Brown, James S Prestldge, Thomas H Alien, S M Gates, Dr B W Mitchell, W D Beard. W H Moore. John Wellford, Abe Vaccaro, C W Helskell, D E Myers, Caesar Weatherford, James B Miller, H C Ash brook, Ed Nlederer, Jonn W Graham, J J Busby, Coltoo Greene, J T Jefferson, 11 L Frayser, Wra Bowles. lr. Wm Forrest, Richard Randolph, W W M'Doweli, Martin Walt, Dan C Jo.ies, J S Galloway, B J Morgan, John A Harpham, H M Ferguson, W T Avery, Sam M'Callum, Thomas Graham, Artuur Taylor, Charles N Grosvenor. FINANCE COMMITTEE, Duty to raise furjdt to pay the necessary expenses of tnis memorial occasion. If any surplus should remain on hand after paying expenses, Euch surplus to be devoted to put ting tha graves in good order. D D SAUNDERS. Chairman. L B M'Farland, W H Carroll. W A Collier. M C Gallaway, C K Ryan, A J Vaughan, w I u Humes, w a rosion, A J Kellar, 6 J Camp, U B Thornton, L W Flnlay, B C Williamson. J A Forrest. H Clay King, T H Logwood, nun uarey. COMMITTEE ON ORDBB. ' Doty to suppress instantly any desecration to the cemetery grounds, and preserve order generally. W. F. TAYLOR, Chairman. M L M'Gowan, W C Davis, A J M'Lendon, C B Bryan. W G Pry fie, C T Smith, J H Idmondson, Luke E Wright, T B Turley, C M Waldran, Joe Flynn, John Gaston, Bart Vacearo, J A Taylor. Nat Johnson, ' Frans Turnbull. John Linkhauer, Lou AiBubrie, w a ua;es, George Turner, Erarv person named on the several com' mittees is urged to report him or herself to the chairman of the committee on whioh he or she is appointed to duty, so that by hearty co-operation we may make the observ aaca of the day worthy of the cause. In designating the committees it has been un pens: ole to embrace all who bave been active participants and earcest workerl, but none have been omitted intentionally, and all ex- Confederates and triends are earnestly invited to take part in the good work. In this con nection w desire to express our sense of the great loss sustained in the death of our brother Confederates Thomas N. Johnston, James S. Hatcher, Chris. Steinkuhl and J. 1 brail. Among lhe many noble spirits who signalized their devotion to the Confed erate cause these were pre-eminent. Untiriag and always at the post ot duty whenever there was hard work to be dons, we looked to tbem for its accomplishment, and they never failed ns. We siJIy miss tbem. The order of exercises at Elmwood will be here after announced. JAMES R. BEASLIY, CHARLES LOCKE, 6. W. GORDON. JOHN W.WAYNK8BUB9, MINOR MKRIWKTHKU, Commltt . PERSONAL. Dr. Buddkke eye aruilnar diseases, No 56 East Court street. Colokel George Noble, of Marohall, Texas, is registered at the Peabody. Colonel Tom W. White, of Hernando, Mississippi, is stopping at the Peabody. Colonel J. d. M. Bdffaloe, of Grenada, Mississippi, is registered at the Peabody. The friends of Mr. Billy Lieben. the pop ular news dealer, will be glad to learn that that he has returned home much improved in health. Dr. Thomas B. Easton, whose card ap pears in another column, nas wiwarawn from the general practice of medicine, and will hereafter devote himseu to the practice of surgery as a specialty. Mast of eur Memphis people epent the hot months of last summer atJLakeiElmo, in Minnesota. Under the new advertisement head this morning will be found a list of references for information concerning that delightful resort. The hotel is kept by Gen eral Mark D. Flower, who, not many years since, was a citizen ot Memphis. L,imo is one of the most beautiful sheets of water in all that lake country. Ths elegant steamer Andy Baum, Mem phis and Ohio river packet company's steam er, leaves Monday, tbe tenth, at five o'clock in the afternoon, for Cincinnati, and all points east, north and west. Captain Light- burne, the representative of this line, guar antees to the public more accommodations and greater comfort, at less rates, than any other first class line. The only regular and recognized tickets to all points via river and rail, can only be obtained at No. 7 Monroe atreet. These is some good qualities in everyone, and if there ever was one person that cnuld bring out tbat desirable feature on the Mice of everyone that party is Prof. Gebbardt, of the Cottage gallery. Of the many individn- s tbat crowd bis gallery each, day be pro duces nothing but a good picture of each erne. and at the same time shows his goodness by charging only two dollars per doaen for the post choide photographs. : Hehai no fan I chje photog ites, everyone is charged the same. Give him a call. Rice & YotT is the name of a new firm in the wholesale liquor and tobacco business. Mr. Ike Rice, the senior member, was a part ner in the firm of Rice, Jacobs & Co., and is well known to most of our citizens. He has been in the business a considerable time, is acquainted with its requirements and enjoys the respect and esteem of ever one who has met him. Mr. Yost is a gentleman of fine business qualifications, who embarks in this new enterprise with a determination to pur sue it successfully. Rice & Yost have an ex cellent stock of liquors, cigars and tobacco and will sell at the lowest figures that can be had in this market. Success to the new firm. AMUSEMENTS. at. Patrick's Picnic. Tuesday next, at Estivel park, the annual picnic for the benefit of St. Patrick's church will be held. Fine music will be in attend ance for the dancers during the afternoon and at night. During the day sports of all kinds will be indulged in liberally. Katy-Dld Clab Picnic On Sunday, the ninth instant, the Katy Did club will give their first annual picnio at Fitzgibbon's grove. All those who attend may rely on a pleasant time, as the members will do everything in their power to make it the grandest affair of the season. Trains leave the Louisville and Nashville depot at half-past one and half-past three o'clock in the afternoon. St, Joseph's Church Picnic To-morrow week, at Estival park, St. Jo seph's church picnic will take place. Among the attractive prizes to be offered is a "bung starter," to be voted to tbe most popular wholesale liquor-dealer of the city. The use ful instrument is made of rosewood, silver tipped, and is mounted with ivory. It is on exhibition at M'Carthy's, 293 Main street. Bstlval Park Concert. This afternoon Estival park, at the head of Yance street, will be opened for the reception of visitors. The cool, shady nooks of this charming park are most inviting. Is the evening Arnold's band will give a concert, selections from tbe best composers. A polite corps of attendants will ba present to wait upon all guests. Melodious strains of music, pleasant breezes, cOl draughts of lemonade ana ur, with other delicacies, will be among the attractions. Calvary Chsreh Choir. The above-uaihSd c'doif, assisted by lead ing amateurs and a full orchestra, Will pre sent three operettas Cox and Bom, IlJaeebi, and Powltae, the Belle of Saratoga at Leu brie's Theater, next Thursday and Friday nights and at a raattnee Saturday, lhe operettas will be presented tfnder the man agement of Mr. James Kirkland. with Prof, Emile Levy as musical director and George Handwerker conductor. The sale of reserved seats will commence to-morrow alternoon at Kirkland's hat store. Among the leading singers are Misses Jennie Camp, Maggie Apperson, Jennie Jones, L'zzie M'Clelland, and Messrs. W. J. Steele, Bell W. Etheridge and George L. Castner. -Coronation Kxtravasansa Thanks. The Extravaganza is an excitement of tbe past, and has resulted in signal success, lhe committee of ladies who undertook and car ried through the enterprise desire to return their grateful thanks to the public for their liberal patronage: to the morning papers, Appeal and Avalanche, which, in a spirit ot creflt liberality, did all the printing we de sired of them free of charge; to S. C. Toof k Co, for their liberal donation in tickets and programmes. To Mr. Buhler, the scenic artist, we are indebted for the production of our gorgeous transformation scenes, and for the ceneral staua management. In volun teering his taste and time, he has contributed largely to our success. We also tender our sincere thanks to Prof. Handwerker for bis efficient aid and kindness in training tbe children; to Prof. Saxby tor his valuable time given to perfecting the children in tbe dances; to Brown k Jones lor the use ot their building for rehearsals; to the firemen and policemen who were in attendance to guard against accidents; and, as for the little folks engaged in the performance, we have no words to thank them sufficiently for their sweet and patient efforts to please and to give bread to the orphans. Mrs. Isaac Saffaraaa, Chairman. Mrs. Jack Doyle, Mrs. Annie M. Phillips, Mrs. M. L. Selden, Mrs. B. M. Drake, Mrs. Keller Anderson, MUs Mary Walker, Miss Nannie Bowles, Miss Lula Nichols. Coronation Kxtravaxaaaa. At Leubrie's Theater matinee yesterday. the Extravaganza was repeated by the little people before a very large' audience. As the "Queen of Heaven, Juno," Miss Lula Xich o s was exseedingly attractive, surrounded by the gods and goddesses. She led the chorus in quite a clever and artistio manner and made herself generally useful in giving the scene effect. Mies Mamie Thompson, as "Qjeen of May," received the attention of the maids of honor and the Mayers gracious ly and gracefully. As "Queen of the Fair ies," Miss Madge Doyle anone a bright and particular, star as a votary of Terpsi chore. Her dancing was grace personified. Little Miss Bettie Selden danced in fairy-like styie, so light that she would not brush the dew from a flower. Miss Hattie Nowland, as "Qaeen of the Gypsies," -played the part exceedingly well and lu keeping with tbe character, bhe was addressed in a neat speech by Master Willie Saffarans, who delivered it in anly and appropriate style. The "Queen of Flowers." Miss May Proudfit. was typical of the flowers of May, as she stood surrounded by the charming little group of flower-girls. Each and ievery char acter was artistically portrayed by the young amateurs, lhe dressing was rich and ap propriate, and the stage effect was pleasing to a high degree. The Coronation Ex travaganza should- be repeated. There are hundreds of people in the city who failed to witness its production. and scores of (hose who enjoyed it desire to see it again. To Mrs. Pickett, who origi nated and worked up the delightful attrac tion, too much praise cannot be given. It was to her a labor of love carried out to a perfection that gave pleasure to a large num ber of people, old as well as yonng. LAW REPORTS. Decisions by the Supreme Court Yes- teruay. Special to the Appeal. Jackson. Tenn., May 8. The supreme court decided cases to-day as follows: Waldron vs Williams. Broadnax vs Field & Whitlev. Macheco vs Panesi. Yarboro vs Yarboro, Galbreath vs Lucas, Walker vs Prescott, Gatti vs ftonsb & Uunningnam, Tarrant vs the State, Wallace vs the State, Hradrord vs Whitlock, Lust vs Jones, Wheat ly vs the State, the State vs Healy, Coffee vs the State, Yance vs Phoenix insurance com panv. Fargason vs Falls. Meriwether vs Swayne, Neal vs Collingsworth; affirmed. Alexander vs Wilkes, Layton vs Hayes, Dooly vs Dooly, Hall vs Kirby, Cooney vs Baird, Sears vs Burwinkle; litigated and remanded to hearing docket. Carson vs Chambers, the State vs Ellison, Rhodes vs Koen, Joyce vs Joyce, Stillman vs Stillman; reversed. Beau mont vs the State. Jones vs the state, Ander son vs the State, Mosby vs the State, Sims & Fisher vs tbe state: writs ot error refused. Gates, Wood & M'Knight vaGoodloe.executor; decree in favor of complainant's assignees. Martin vs Lincoln Smith; decree ordered to be entered. Taxing-District vs Emerson; held that payment of a tax by the lessees of the theater exempted Emerson from tax ation. Allen et al vs Dent etal; modified and remanded. M'Kenna vs Jones; motion to revive in the name of Wooldridge, as signee, refused. Dearsment vs Patton; re ceiver appointed to take charge of land unless the taxes are paid in sixty days. The Hardeman county docket will be heard Mon day and Tuesday, and the thirteenth circuit will be taken up Wednesday. The magnificent gold-headed cane, to be voted to the most popular candidate for sher- la, at fat. Patrick s chureh picnic, will be re garded by many as a test vote and an in dorsement that the friends of the several aspirants tor this most important position are likely to labor for with zeal. . Kirkland's fine Straw Hats. The best single dollar ever invested in a Corset is when yon purchase THE ROYAL this week at that price from Watkins. Gents' nanilla Mats Made to look very nearlv good as new a1: sodyear's. Klee lot cents' low shoes, front SS SO toS5. Wm. Miller's. SSI Main. Floyd's Candles Are often imitated but never eaualed. Send your friends a box, it will please them. Iee-cream, lOe per saneer, at C. L, Staffer's. 0 Main. See B. Lowenstein & Bros, new adver- tisement. tierman Ilillet, Hungarian Seed and Stock Peas, OTTO SCn WILL 4k. CO., 3 Main street. Everybody is invited to the Maifest, to be given to-morrow by our German fellow citi zens at Estival park. This annual festival is always one of the greatest attractions of the month of May, and always draws immense crowds of citizens. Not only the young peo ple, but the older folks will be entertained by dancing for prizes, concerts by Arnold s band, vocal exercises by the Casino and Mien- nerchor clubs, and at night the dancing lor 11 will commence. Pure aoda and mead at C. L. Staffer's. SSOMala. Assignee's Male of Cloth ins At 247 Main street, near Jefferson. Must be closed out as speedily as possible, to wind np tbe lata business of E. Lehman. A full line of men's, youths and children's clothing, and a large stock of hats, regardless of cost. Stock and fixtures for sale, wholesale and retail. b. gensbubgeb, Assignee. Kirkland's silk rmbrellas. at SS SO. . Nnmmer Mead-Gear, Residents ot the city and strangers can se cure the latest styles of summer hats at the very lowest cost at the hat store of Martin Cohen, 219 Mam street. He is daily receiv ing the newest styles from the eastern mar kets. He invites all to call and examine the goods, well knowing that by so doing they in do inuucea to make purchases. The Royal Corset for one dollar at : Wat. kins'sA This week! Tha. week! . : " Frencb. Steam Dye-Work. ., 4 and gentlemen's goods dyed and oleaciiat Louis Reigei's,58 JeAerson v-'rset. I NEW GOODS! HEW GOODS! - AT - B. lOWfiliSTFiiJf BROS. We will open to-morrow", 2f ay 10th, 2000 ladies' linen suits. 1000 ladies' ulsters and dusters. 1000 misses' suits. 1000 children's suits, at low prices. Ladies' nnder wear I - Misses underwear ! Infants' wear! Below manufacturers' prices. 5O0O New Parasols I Novelties in parasols. Plain parasols, Cheaper than ever, at B. LOWENSTEIN & BROS. Hosiery! Ladies' hose, Children's hose, All at very Hosiery! Misses' hose, Gents' hose, low prices. Lace top lisle gloves, French lace mits, Beautiful Taffeta gloves, All at popular prices. We will also open to-morrow an elegant line of Hamburg embroideries, Exquisite combination embroideries, All at low prices. ALSO New ribbons, New fichus, New collars, New buttons, All at lowest New tiesv New ruchings, New sets, New trimmings, prices, at B. LiOWKJi STEIN & BBOS. We would call special attention to oaf Egyptian figures at 10c, worth 20c. AND Trocadero stripes at 15c, worth 25:, In oar white goods department. B. IiOWENSTKIN sfc BBOS. At Estival park, at the head of Yance street, on to-morrow, the twentieth, cele bration of the German maifest will come off. The MaifesU attract thousands of visitors annually, they being regarded as the best of the season, and where pleasure can be found without trouble. The children always have the greatest erjjyment at the Mailests, special attention being given to their enter tainment by the German people, who carry home with them into all their outdoor amuse ments. BARGAINS EXTRAORDINARY! This week at WU. FRANK CO S , 249- .Main Street 249 10 cases corded piques at 5c, similar to goods that are being sold at 10c T cases 4 4 bleached muslin at 7c, good value at 10s. 36 cases yard-wide French percales at 10c, fast colors, and cheap at double the money. 5 cases side-band lawns at 12jC, equal to organdies (hat are being exhibited at 25 cents. We ask attention ot the retail trado to this offering and prices as quoted, which are beyond question the low est of the season. WM. FRANK & CO. Offer an extensive assortment of SILK, LACE AND LISLE GLOVES at cheap prices. We are in receipt of One hundred dozen Genuine Alexandre kids, A. T. Stewart & Co.'s importation, in Operas, promenade and traveling shades, at 75 cents! 75 cents! 75 cents! WM. FRANK & CO. j: , Ask attention to their Handkerchief .Department, which will be found replete in Hemmed, hemstitched and bordered goods, at attractive prices. WH. FRANK ot CO, 249. .Main Street 249 The Beer Season Is at hand.and every saloon-keeper who wants to supply this refreshing beverage should at once purchase one of the celebrated beer- faucets which ara advertised by Pt'emfert & Co. By the use of this 'faucet the beer is kept fresh till tbe last drop is drawn. With those wco sell only a small quantity ot beer daily, it has heretofore been difficult to keep it from becoming stale. This difficulty has been obviated by the invention of the faucet alluded to, which should be examined by all who retail beer. Egyptian Figure! See our Egyptian figures at 10c. worth 20c. and Trocadero stripes at 15c, worth 25c. B. LOWENSTEIN & BROS. KAIIN & FREIBERG, Corner Muln and Poplar. Continued sale for one week only. Beauti ful linen lawns, elegant patterns, 15c; grena dines, stylish goods, 10c and 5c. These goods are neither damaged by fire nor water. Beautiful striped eirktings, damaged, 5c ; Lonsdale, Wamsutta and New York mills, 8aC In shoes will offer this week, FOR ONE WEEK ONLY, 50c Misses' elegant cloth shoes, 50c a pair; 75c Misses' best goatskin, Newport ties, 75c a pair. KAHN & FREIBERG, Corner Main and Poplar. - Balance of goods from the great fire: 10c all the thread 10c, silk 10c, lace gloves 10c; 2c, 3e, 4c, 5c tbe ekirtings, striped, 2c, 3s, 4s, 5c; 10c the best cottonades, 10c, 124 and 15c; 10c, 12c. 15c Richardson's finest white linens, 10c, 15c; 30c, 40c, 50s LAST CALL, few more, only a very few of those fine black eachemires, 30o, 40c, 50c. KAHN k FREIBERG, Corner Main and Poplar. Saddle and Harness llrses just received. Car of good Kentucky saddle and harness horses, No. 59 Monroe street. J. N. PAINS & CO. Fishing Tackle Best Assortment In the City, at FBAIK SCHCMAH'S ttCN STOKE, Mo. Ill Meale Street. Kirklaad'a Nobby Derby Bats. Soda, Mead or Vichy Very cold and refreshing. Will in a fete days add another draught apparatus to ac commodate many more of our customers. If you want a nice glass of soda you will al ways Jind it at Floyd's. Blrkland'o Karl 4k Wilson Collars. Awnings Mattreasos. m. BtirrsHSKBU, SSI Second ot. Kirkland's stetson 4k Knox Hats. The Royal Corset. . A splendid fit, finely en, o k f aished, and with double steel Iron), loi k. t onu dollar. j. a. watki.ns. Economy Is Wealth. by L ItaaoB, 270 Sects street, opoeite Coart cmare. Memphis. Te" DEMOCRATIC. Meeting of County Executive Cant silt tee Election ot Officers nnd Executive Board Adjourn ment to Next Satur. day Week. At noon yesterday, at tha courthouse, the Shelby county Democratic executive oommit le t for the purpose of organization. Mr. 8. H. Brows r"ted, " temporary chairman, and Mr.EdWenoI temporary secretary. The following members ot wJ1 executive com mittee were presents James bouIT; John M. Rourke, W. L. Doff, J. A. Taylor, J. . Busby, M. F. Kennedy, Dr. S. H. Brown, W. W. Dickason, A. D. Hunter, I. E. Don glass, Ed J. Wendel, B. J. Kimbrough, W. T. Bond, H. L. Bedford, W. H. Walker, A. B. Ellis, R. H. Weaver, J. T. Prescott, H. D. Greer. PERMANENT OFFICERS. On motion Esquire J. M. Coleman was unanimously elected permanent chairman, and Mr. M. F. Kennedy, secretary. EXECUTIVE BOARD. Tbe following executive board was elected: Julius A. Taylor, chairman; M. F. Kennedy, secretary; James M. Bohan, John M. Rourke, William L. Duff, P. J. Kelley, S. EL Brown, Ira Douclass, Hugh D. Greer, E. J. Wendel, and B. J. Kimbrough, ADJOURNMENT. On motion the committee adjourned to meet again at the same place and hoar, on Saturday, the twenty-second instant. Official flealth Beport, Mortuary report for the week ending Saturday, May 8th. et 6 p.m.; Name; Age. see. MoT Diteam. Fred Rlchman Unknown..... G. Manclnl Kate Felon.... KaleShaller... M. A. Hunter.. M. F. Venable. Nathan Brown. David Cain Marcus M GU1. Joe Higglns.... M. Alexander.. Delia Smith... Susan Moore.. Iva White o 40 44 80 2mo 6W 83 60 85 W 3mo 3 85 2 male, mala, male. white white white white white eoirvnlslons. found In river eon. of stem. female female, female, female. gastroentirlUs marasmus, heart disease. bite white old ags. male, male, male, male, male. ool'ed uioer of les. dropsy mal. fever. col'cd tol'ed ool'ed col'ed ol'ed col'ed col'ed heart disease, convulsions. convulsions. miscarriage. congestion. female, female. female. Co roper's UQuest. Distribution of Deaths by Wards First, 1; second, 0; third, 0; fourth, 0; fifth, 0; sixth, 2; seventh, 2; eighth, 2; ninth, 2; tenth, 2. City hospital. 4. Sail born, 1. White, 7. Colored, 8. Total. 15. B. B. KING, M. D.. Secretary Board of Health. Choice New Goods! MENKEN BROTHERS, Whose extraordinary display of ele gant and nsefu I goods has been so fully appreciated by their patrons during the season, announce their intention of keeping np the completeness of 'all their departments daring the coming summer. Oar experienced and intelli gent bjyers forward everything novel and new as rapidly as they appear in the eastern markets. MONDAY MORNING We shall open new lines of Madras ginghams, Bordered organdies, Chinese momies, Egyptian zephyrs, and other Dress novelties. Farasol Sale! The season for the Bale of parasols is rapidly passing away, consequently, to dispose Of onr handsomest goods, we offer them at less than half the former price. 100 fancy lined and brocaded para sols, which were sold at $10 to f 18 each, will be offered to-morrow at f 4, f 5 and f 6. UNDOUBTED BARGAINS! MENKEN BROTHERS. SOMETHING NEW. COMBINATION END SPRING. Just received, another car-load of the celebrated Combination End Spring and Triple Side-Spring Buggies, Made to oar special order, which are the best and easiest riding ve hicles in the market. Don't fail to see them. They excell al others. Sold under full guarantee. WOODRUFF & OLIVER, 175, 177, J79Main street. If you want a ntyllsk.flttlna shoe mr slipper, so to Wm. Miller's. SSI Bala. Evert variety of ladies' and gents' spring styles in low shoes and slippers. Also a full stock of misses' and youths' button shoes and slippers at Marsh & Co.'s, 317 Main street. BARGAINS I BAR GAIN S 1 ! Fhe following will give some idea of the remarkable cheap lines offered by -I. H. Johnston, 233 Main street, on Monday next, and during the week: JLauies' X.lnen Collars! 5o each ! 5c each ! 5s each ! Ladies' pure linen cuffs, four ply. two pairs for 25c. Knitting cotton, four-thread, full weight. 25c per dozen balls. Ladies' corsets, 25s a pair; fine corsets, 50c a pair. Ladies gaoz? vests, much below cost, 30s each. Ladies' fancy striped and embroidered hose, 10 and lc a pair. Ladies hne white cotton hose, f 1 a dozen. Ladies' full regular-made Balbriggan hose, 25s a pair. Lidieo x rench finish handkerchiefs, white and colored borders, 50c a dczen. Come early and secure a bargain at J. H. JOHNSTON'S , 283 MAIN STREET, Monday next, and during the week. SPECIAL. Patent detachable, double-busk, "com mon-sense corsets, beautiful and genteel in shape, and flexible steel plates which never break, and when the corset is to be laundried the busk can be taken oat without catting or ripping ot seams. Every pair warranted! Price only f 1 s pair. Elegant r rench corsets at 75c a pair. cueaD at 11 50. Parasols! Sneelal Bargains! In every fashionable style and variety, from ioe to so. Call and see them. Toilet Soap! 700 dozen fine toilet soap, highly per fumed, 50 to 75c a dozen, usually sold at 20o a cake. Also about M gross, suitable for hotels, etc., at f 2 75 a gross. Hotel keepers, it will pay you to call. Misses Fancv Hoslerw X Largest assortment and cheapest in the citv. Everv ladv needing misses' hosa should nrirA J. 11. JUHNblUiN b stock betore purchasing. Over 500 dozen to select from, varying from ioe to c a pair. Ladies' Handkerchiefs! 50 doz. hem-stitched handkerchiefs, cure linen, 10s each; 20 doz. ladies' pure linen handkerchiefs, fancy printed borders, at 15c each. Fine goods proportionately cheap, in cluding tne new Japanese iancy scolloped handkerchiefs. J. H. Johnston particularly invites your inspection of these gooas. zo dozen bwtsg embroidery, at 25s per dozen yards, worth SI. Tha Drettieaf int. e j - , ... , T .. . . r oi tames pocket DOOks in the city. Torchon Laee ! Torchon Laee I from 3s a vard no. GENTS FURNISHING GOODS . Spring Stock All tut J. H. JOllNSlON, No. 28 MAIN ST., has bought in the New York markets the largest and cheapest line of GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS ever offered in Memphis. Don't Bay before yon Inspect his Stock 250 dozn nnlaandried shirts, pare linen bosom. 6 for $3 50. or 60c each. 300 dozen unlaundried shirts, finest quality, G for S5 or 85c each. 125 dczen open front, unlaundried shirts, fine linen bosom, Wamsutta muslin, for one week only, at tl each. 400 dozen white dress shirts, best makes and styles, 75o to f 1 lA). 400 dozen special J. H. Johnston's fine dress shirt at fl us bargain. ZSTColored shirts is French percale, etc.. tn every variety ana style, from 00s to fl SO. aH Mummer Underwear! Gauze shirts, summer merino and muslin, from Zi)3 to 75a. Summer drawers, every requisite make and style, from 25s to 65s. Collar and Cuffs, Latest Style Irish linen collars, tour-ply, tl per dozen. Pare lines enffs, 25s a pair. Latest Novelties Is Neckwear st Lowest Trices! Gents' linen handkurcbictv, fancy borders, 5 for SI. enta' fancy half hose and British half hose. ooecialiy etiesn, ac TEISIFIO Dress Goods and White Goods B. Lowenstein & Bros. UNION BEGE, 81 cents worth 12Xi cento. UNION BUNTINgT 10 cents worth 20 cents. ENGLISH BROCADES, 20 cents worth So cents. LACE BUNTING720C to 50 cts. FRENCH SILK AND WOOL WHITE GOODS Checked and Striped Nainsook. 15 CINT8 OP. Fine White Batiste, 1 5c up, Lawn de India, 25c np, Victoria Lawn, Paris Mnglin, ALL AT EXCEEDINGLY LOW FRICES. - Would call special attention to our Esyptian Figures, at ICe worth 20c; and Trocadero Stripes at 15e worth 25c. ALL WHITE GOODS MARKED DOWN I B. LOOT Kirkland's Unlaundried Shirts, 6 for $5. Kirkland's Best Unlaundried Shirts, $1 each Has given these goods Ins Special Attention, and can assure L'ls customers of Barcalaa. Kirkland's Undershirts, 50 cents each. Kirkland's Linen Drawers--finest and best. 1PRI1 BLUFF CITY GLOTHIIIO HOUSE NOW DISPLAYING THE HANDSOMEST LINK OP CLOT To be found anywhere. Best JHakes. Choicest Styles. Lowest Prices. v S. V EI 1ST J3 X PJt.-Lo.rKe stack oa hand ror Wholesale Trade, to which the attention of Merchants is directed. S. EJDIGJ-. : : : 359 M-AJQST ST. NQTIOB. Ladles' Xiandaus . UarouotioB , 33to- Our work is not excelled by any made In the United States. Onr TIMKEN SPRING U worth- lnspee- Hon, Send (or Catalogue. Wheeler Carriage Company. : Xonisville, Ky. The -very latest spring; styles la low est shoes tor cents snd Indies, at Was. Hlller 4k Co.'. 21 Main. The annual German Maifest will be held to-morrow at Estival park. In the afternoon the children's ball will take place, and the little ones will engage in dancing contests for wonderful prizjs. This feature of the en tertainment will be most attractive. Ar nold's band will give concerts during the day, and the singing sections of the Ma-nnor-chor and Casino clubs will assist. Games of all kinds known in Fatherland will be intro duced to add to the pleasures of the oxasion. Immense link of Corsets. See &11 beautiful styles this week at Watkins's. the FOR ARKANSAS RIVER. Memphis and Pine Bind V. 8. Mall Line. For Pins Bluff. Little Rock, and through to Fort Smith Str. Ilattie Nowland J. J. Darragh master I Chas. Mnsselman..cierk Leaves as above WEDNESDAY. Mar 12tii, at 5 p. m. For freight or passage apply to JOHN N. HARBIN. Son't. 992V, Tmt rt. Bt. Loals nnd Vlckabnrsr Anchor Line U. . Mall iXK CAIRO ASD IfT. LOUIS. IS ell e aiemplLis.gfl Crane master. Will leave tbe Anchor Line nnarfboat MONDAY. May lOtc, at 6 P-m. For freight or passage apply to iu.fi ruan, pup i, on wnanuoat. Ht. Lonln nnd Vleksharsr Anchor Line K nit ad mates WlmlltXJK V1CK8BURG. (grand Tower, it CorveU master. Will leave the Anchor Llnewharfboat TUESDAY. May 11th, at 10 a.m. For freight or passage apply to AD. 6TORM, Bunt, on wQairooaU FOR V1CKSBURG. at. Lenta aad Vlcksbnrc Anchor Line Lnlted Mtates Mtall FOB VlOKSBOfta. Jonn Is. MaudeS2s itroiasKi Will leave the Anchor Line whaifboat SUNDAY, Mar 8th. at 10 a. in. For freight or passage apply to AD 8TOBMJop'L FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS. at. Loam nnd Vleksbnrgr Anchor Line V. B. Mall FOK VAIKO AUD BI. LOUIS. Gold lngt, lfi lTCord master. Will leave the Anchor Line wharfboat SUNDAY. May 9th, at 12 m. For freight or passage apply to AD STORM. Sup't. on wharfboat. FOR COMMKftCE DAILY. The Elegant Accommodating Bends Packet, Silverthorn, 22 S. H. Whitehead. . .master I Nell Booker clerk Leaves Memphis Dally, al 6 o'clock p.m. For freight or passage apply on board, or jno. u nani i sr ec FOR WHITE K1VER. Memphis & White River Packet. Besralar ladenendent Xlemnhla and While Blver Packet For Augusts, Jacksonpon, Searcy, and way points. The regular Independent Packet HARD CASH. ! Ed.C. Postal master I Charles Postal.... clerk win leave Memphis EVERY WEDNESDAY, at 5 p.m. For freight or passage apply to , a W. LIUBTBUBNK. Ho. 7 Monroe aL, opp. Peabody betel. J. T. WASHINGTON, on Im Wh.rrhoat FOR LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI Memphis & Ohio River SH-PACKET C0MPANYa FOB Cairo, Louisville and Cincinnati STKAHKBs ANDY BAUM, CONS MILLAR. JAMES W. GAFF, VISIT SHISKLE, JAS. I). PARKER, VISGIE LEE. Steamers of this line leave Memphis for CAIRO, LOUISVILLE AND UNC1NNA1I Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays AT 6 OCLOCK P.M., Connecting at Cincinnati with Railroads and Steam ers for all Eastern, Northern snd Western rolnts. Giving THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS, CHICAGO, TOLEDO, BUFFALO, RIOHMOXD NEW YORK, WASHINGTON CUT. PHILA DELPHIA AJfD S08T0.V. Eastern tourists will And the La Belle Blver Roots Bate, Delightful and Economical. Rates by this line Cheaper than any other Ural-elans route. Meals and Staterooms Free. Baggage checked through. FPasengeis can rely on a splendid trip by this Ins, as the steamers are all first-class, having been xpressly built for ths accommodation of paaaen era. Each steamer carries a full String Band. For lull Information, apply to R. W. LIGHTBURNK, General Freight and Ticket Agent. No. 7 Monro stm et. Mwitinhla, FOR ST. FRANCIS RIVER. Memphis and St. Frauds U. 8. Mall Line -Steamer Hatesville, j O. ST. Jopllo master I A. L. Banning ulera Leaves Memphis TUKdDAY and FRIDAY, 6 p.m., for Martanna, tbe Cut-off and all Intermediate land tugs. For freight or passage apply on board, or to , I. P. RANI14I.U Snot. FOR OSCEOLA. Trl-Weehly IK m. JMall Pfb,r-rn, t.. U-itp'-, kulton, Osceola and way laoolng Str Osceola Uelle. z Hen Coorwr maatar I Wm. S ---- ST Will leave Memphis fw fl',-" .ani vf r v . t - - - IN AT MOHAIR GEy ALL-WOOL BUNlV.NG, lfc 221 tetiu "orta So cents. SILK-MIXED STRIPES, 20 cents-worth gO Dt CASHMERE BEGE, 25 cents. NOVELTIES 35c TO $1. DEPARTMENT! Dotted Swiss and Figured Swiss, 25 CENTS. Nainsook, Soft Cambric, Sheer Camb'ic, French Nainsook, OTHERS 51 mm m ALL III sue i All persona who ore at all tntcreoted la the ifaetnre of riroc-elnsn CARRIAGES & BUGGIES ! Are Invited to visit our Warerooms and examine oar FIDO Stock ot Phaptong, Plaso-box and Doctor Barries, LEE LINE STEAMERS. For tilendale, Helena aad arrtars fetal; eJame3 Isee. iZ$ Stack Lee master LrJ W. Whitlow... cleric Will leave as above on every MONDAY. WEDNESDAY and FBLDAY. at 4 p.nu iff "rss nn. n an 1 1 "i n FOR ARKANSAS CITY & GtKKS VILLFJ. Adanin Mcnl-nrrklr 1'. Si. AS.aU Line For Arkansas Clly, Pine Bluff Railroad, breenvllle, and all way landings The elegant si.vitM Ouacliita Xlelle, JI Mark R. Cheek... master I A. L. Co ram Ins. i1"' Leaves ss abovs I VKHT MONDAY and T.1UR8 rV. at f o.m. iWro, N'. B Mfl1oo it FOR WHITE AKD BLACK RIVERS. MILT HABKY L1XK, Heakls White Klvcr aad BIsekKIver For Indian Bay, fit. Chwle. clarendon, Devall's Bla. Des Arc, Auguata, .lacksonport, West Point, eearcy, Batesvllie, FowbhUaa, and Pocahontas, lhe new steamer sJosie Harry, 4 M. R Harry, captain. Walker Outlaw, clerk. Leaves Memphis on and after N ovem ber 2d. every SATURDAY, at n p.m., connecting ITS' new Black river U. S. mall nacket MILT H ARRY tor Powbattan and Pocahontas, and with Dally Packets to BatesvlUe and Upper White river. Through tales to all poinui. , Freight oorulgned to Milt Harry Lin Memphis or Terrene will be promptly forwarded. Office, Vo. R Hiwilw street OWEN LILLY Practical Builder OF PINK LightCarriages T "P - SELECT 8TOCE (eroolwely of 1 my own asfwtare) CO.N3TANTLY ON HAND, lam also prepared to build (TO Ca DKR) any or all or the modern si ieo of Kaffirs, and Family Carriages now In use- I use nothing but tbe VERY BES r MATERIA V., and employ strictly Orst-claes mechanics. KEFAIKIAG, In all Its branch, don promptly and tn tba bee manner, ttwtem s.si.r.v. ot DR. WM. CAWEIN'S HALESIA 1 An Infallible Care aad Frayentrve for Yellow-fever and all Malarial aad Contagions LMsenses. DR. Wm. CAWEiFs CHILL CURE Wr Chills aad fc waasp "ever. Six doses will break ths worst type of Chills and Fever. If directions are strictly followed. gTnese remedies are purely vegeiabls, and contain nothing poisonous. W. N. WILKERSON & CO., Wholesale Druggists. 8114 Mais 4mC vem tnhia. Tnn Crab Orchard Springs K.KMTTCKY. FIVE boars from Louisville or Cincinnati by rail. Now open tor vlaltor. Hotel appointments complete. Aak for round-trio ticket. For pain phlels. containing analjsls of water, low rates ot board, eta, address 1. t) TuVld. Manager. Crab Orchard. Kentucky. To Change Business! Selling Off My Entire Stock MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS I AT COST, SAM'L MAT, 235 3Xain street. Slager & Goldbaum, TA1XORS, Cor. J EFFERSON & 8ECON D HAVE received a Full Llns ot 'All 8tyls and Shades of GE!,TS SPBOG SUITIXGS." sTbey are sure to please In Style, Fit and Prlf ; J. FX. AHEILTY Hz C O NDF.KTAKKES, .. A.-tJ attniactttrwi! lt rtatiert-'s ia1t rraiiervir Cast f tr (Vri. t ,. .-- SIT ew Coupn at Last -A. -'i-f-np sky-aiTaiii