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MET r ESTABLISHED 1840. MEMPHIS. TJEISTIST.. SATURDAY. MAY lS.'ISSO. VOI,. SXXIX-KUMBEE 1 14 E - H 1 WKtTHKR IJJUIO . TO-DY. f"or Ttnnee and the Ohio alley, tonhetst to southeast winds, taonary or rising, followtd in the we,Urn portion bv falling barometer, and slight wanner and partijf cloudy weather. Thk lumlior trade, it ka-), is on lb- iicr. ia gratifying to Ex Fenatoh SrKAGCK heads tne Rbode Island delegation to tbe National Greenback couToitfbn. 7"hb cultured tinitariaoism of New Entit led 10 laid to be largely drifting into the l'.,i-icopal church. Donn Piatt announces a reconsideration tr tat parpita to wihlra. ai editor of the Washington Cpitil. Thk pot trait of every governor of Tennes see but that of Brownlow in f x'aibited at tbe e intenmal, Nashville. Why is he left out? Woatever Lis defect of temper or political Iwliwf, he M certainly entitled to place among tbe wir'himi of lh S"ate. PnoviDBNCK, Itjode Iilund, hai given up too Decoration day buaines, and its general council, following the lead of publio senti ment, has refused ta make an appropriation f jr flurer or music. Tbe Providence people th.nk there ma-it be an end as well as a be ginning to patrinim. The increase Of the Bom in C ilholic popu lation iu tma country in tbe Inst twenty years has been about three million eight hundred U oanand; that of prmats ha been three thou sand seven hundred and City-four; that of chorohe and chapel four thousand and twenty two. The gain in priests anJ churches sliil contiuu Or '.be poraonal ftrts of tbetGrant family in bubal! of a third term, Eugene Hale, of Maine, who wn in Chicago last wjek, is re pjrted at trying: "G'ot baa been in tbe jilin room' of tbe Grant headquarter three times a day ever sires he has beea ia Cbicsgo, and Colonel Fred Grant weoi to i . l . If 2t a a COu-(lnt DOiinc. aafmer. General Tosacio Mbjia, formPrly secre tary t war undar Jjunt and Lerdo, has been prrclaimed a candidate for the presi dency of M' Xico. Partisans of all weuk can didates are 11 ick n to bis support. It i be lieved h will unite a Iar$rfl body of suffrages. Dms preserves a strict reutrulity, declaring thu choice of Mi nation ah-ill be inaugurated. Sehatoii Thdrmah has a son who takf s an intimate iuUreat in hie father' affair. Of his Presidential chancta he ii reported to bav.t said rHCmity : M fnfir wania none of th. eorapllmnniaT bul Dnss. 11 la aoln liilnth. Cln'-liiuatleuiiveiitlrm to him-- a rq'itra 11 tit. to either win or loe. Tlime 18 no tloubl mat I'l.dmi ai.tl Pana linv formed, eom blnaitun t w;tt ux, bu I don't imiilc ttn-f w il aue It Is bam fair. II I Jul Idiber SMld wbin be wh last bere. No man in Otilo in l hef riar f eaii r r In ilm M .tcof nlio .hI toiltieal pruin na"cn atKivn tliD tftt tliro-i w'lb jut Hum wr of tti-i onvluux ''cnihis of bl imn make aii at temut to out t'ft tim It k. "What the patriotic b lainea mii of tbe land dt-min l," xays the Niw York World:1. a real rxpreioa ol thereat opinion of the solid south in tbe nomination at Cincinnati. It the louth ct ooie a wise, upright, moderate and pntriotio candidate the north will stretch cui a band of cordial uoirn ia reapjnse to it. Il is idle, childivh, worse than aselse, for tbe couth to expect to evade tbi issue and this reponsiblity by standing mute and trembling like a child in lindinr.iitrr g." It 18 '''IT ronArinm,nt ro which tha Demoomtlo If r"t nvtu us vhra U npneals to tbe HIU wHitu los IMiff lUolf still turtbtir, 10 m rrt iut mnli!ij ot lue DnmotTaite uartr. and to antlel lan u maioaru b- i-o filing all lb oli Qiietlliins aii liwiii ovll i he old pjuoloiiS. Tne toll or (be ugr"lluD ci'ii il b- miria-d onlj bf tba lolif ot 11 auutJtiou l.V'fio Xurk tveuiug t'utl. Uur eottmporkry ned vol tear. Tha south iH not adop&.ibe Pordt advice. Tbe outh will be solid against Tildeo, but as to all the otYnr candidates to be presented to theCincinna'iconvBntioo, she will be as much divided as the north. The south wants to win; it dons not cmirr. defeat. Tub appalling accident which has shroud e 1 Atlanta m mourning ought to be a warning to amatan who dabble ia theatrical dis play!. They cannot be too csreful behind the ooenei, especially near the gas jits. In such place, at uch timea, it is the easiest thing in the world to excita a panic Once itarted it U seldom controlled. In the aae referred to the lo of life was almost instantanepps, ao sudden and all-devouring were the Barnes. It ought to serve as a leaaon for all time to come, a letaan purchased at the cost of death and distress, of rnmirninsr and of sorrow. Tm fanners of Eut Tennessee have been liolding a conventioa at which a great mwy uVj.!Cts pertinent to the moat produc tive methods ot cultivation were dii eusaed. Among the subjects that at tracted the greatest amount of atten tion we Snd that of good turnpike road. A CJmmittee was appointed to consider tbe nn..iinn and ronnrl a feasible plar. which will no doubt be laid beforo the next legisla tare. In this movement the faimei ot East 1 anncasMi ria n Iut atsured of the support of their brethren in thii pt of the Stute. O iod turoDit; in every part of Shelby c mny would enhance the value of lands a thousand tjpv csnt. Let as have good roadways fcr our fanners. IJr Alexander Monro, of Nova Soot 'a, a writer and civil engineer of distinction, has j it puWialifd a work entitled The Vn trd State and the Dominion of Canada Th'ir Futuie He argue that the destiny ot the llritisa Am-Tican provinces is to be nnited with tli Uuited States. He says, in his uretuce. that, with the rxception of a fe isolated and comparatively small parts of tbe eonn ry, British North America is not Gt lor settl-wt-ot: that tbe Uaittd S:ts and Can da "belouv to each other;" that they are "tbe geographical and ccmniercial oaplement of ?ach other;" that ,,ho ties and intereUs which W)d these American nationalities to m-h otlier axe much stronger thaa thote - which link tbeae province to tbe British em o re:' and that "the provinces are utterly dnfecat'Ieta la the evect of car with tbe Uoit-id 8latts." All of which is correct from oarowu manifest de'inv oo'nt of view. Twa hnime eixticaittee on the interooennio imai hava under ooosideration a bill pre pared liy Cjputa Kadi, which, provides for the conifruction of a ship tatlway acros the i-jw... r Hirien. Alter the board 01 gof mm.,k Mio-ineers witness a four thoosaod fnllv carried across on tha VSU f IPOtH av .w - J track, the government l to guarantee inter eat on U ty million dollars of stock at six per ent. for thirty years. Interest oa W 'OCE to be paid, if possible, cut of the net etjrpxr tegs. If tbe rad is over forty-fire miles long tbe com t, any can isnue bond to tbeaawuntof half a millioa dollars per mile Tor eonstruoUoa inexaesaof that distance. Thi company will pay six pir cnt. interest on bond lrom tte arninnJ, 'and bond an to be usued to the government for money paid the aornpany said bonds to be redeemed in thirty yean, A atnkiog fund U provided for one hundred thousand dollkri appropriated for survey. We fear that this bill will never paw. It ouvbt 10', to. Tbe refusal of congfeas to subsidise theTexaaaad I'aciBj railroad set tled fortver, we hope, the queition of govern ant obaidy f r any private or aeau put lis corpcratica. If we ar to have an interpas tioaal canal it mut be built by private capital. TILE F0KTY-S1XT11C0NUKE&S A Little attert Grow log Out of tUe At- ! tempted Annexation of San Do mingo by Grant aid Bis ret?, rrovokes a Spirited Dlscukglon. ragsageof the Lf?tlatlve, Executive end Judicial Appropriation Bill by the House 1 Spice of Humor Enlivens the Usually Dull Proceedings. Washington. May 14 The President bos nominated N. G. O'dwiy, of New Hampshire, for governor ot Dakota Territory ' APPROVED BT THE PRESIDENT. The President to da 7 aDDrovtd the con sular and diplomatic appropriation bill and tn bill for the relief of settlers on the pnblio and. THE HOUSE COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE has instructed its chaiimin to call up tbe river and harbor bill in the bouse Monday, and under a suspension of tbe rules endeavor to secure its passage. The committee voted iBinimoualy to authorize Mr. D-mter to re port in favi r of bis bill to regulate the car riage of passengers by sea. It applies to all vessel carrying emigrant passeoeers, and makes provision for their health and comfort while on b-ard ship. AT A CABINET MEETING to-day, Secretary Saeiman laid oeforo the cabinet a statement showing tbi the daily receipts of tbe government forjthe pntaent month had averaged more than a mdlmn dol lars. The secretary alluded ti the difficulty witrl which hn department had to couteud in onculatipg the standard silver dollars. THK CROW INDIANS arreed to sell too government two million acrf of their reservation in M.mtana for thirty thousand dollars per year for twenty fire years, and tbe Snoebnne and Banoock I'idians, of tbe Fort Hall, Idaho reservation, nigofd ao agreement disoosiog of fonr hun dred th"U tnd acres of their reservation for ten Iboos nd dollars per year for twenty Vftri. The Indians will remain upon certain por.ions ot beir refrvahon. INTERSTATE COMMERCE. The house toiumittneou maoutactures have agreed to., report favorably to tbe housit of reprusaotativea Willis's bill to regulate com merce among the States. Coaereaalwaal fa-arpedlaiaa. IN THE SENATE. A large number of petition of mantifae tnrers for the paaaee of tbe Etton tariff bill were presented, am org them one by Senator Llurnhide, representing a capital amounting 10 two hundred milli on dollar ia tbe mana lactureot c'on. S-rator B.-ck, from the committee on finance, repotted favorably the hou) bill unsodme the law relating to internal rev enue. Placed on the calendar. senator Oirlaad. from tbe committee on judiciary, reported faw&ral;ly pn tbe bill to secure the sate Keeping ot money peja into csurt. Placed on the calendar. benaior Morgan, trom the select commit tee on coantiBg tjje el-ctoral vote, reported adversely 00 tbe senate hill to fix a day for tlie meeting of the electors for President ?od Vic- President to provide for tbe counting of the electoral vo'.e, and for the dec'iion of q? stioos arising therefrom. Placed on tbe ca'ndar. Stuator Kiton also reported, from the same committee, concurrent rea itution adopting tbe j mt rule for c Minting tne votas of empt ors tur President find Vice Pres. dent. Placed on tbe calendar. Senator Etton presented a memorial from Djvi Hatch, ot Njrwiah, Connecticut, al leifihg that be wai in 1869 arretted, tried and condemned by mock court-martial and en-tenc-4 to death by the government ot San D m niro, on the false charge of aiding in insurrection; that bu sentence was commuted to exjulaiun trom tbe country, but that he wai detained five months in prison by the connivance of American r ffiuials interested in the scbemo ' tLa gpnexation of San Do mingo to the Uoited State, vLq feared that bis comol 'iota, it he was permitted to lea re taecout tr, would end in the defeat of that scheme. Toe petitioner prays lor an inves tigation of tbe als of these V-f&cials, and if they ate found grulty he "parays fof reparation tor bis 1 j'jnes. Senator Eaton raid he kcew nothing of the twitk ot tbe cuarac named. .If toey were rue. however, the petition snouidr nue the aenate but to the house. A1 affecting tbe huoor of another department at toe govern ment, he therefore moved its referensa to tba committee on foreign relations tor report. Senator Ea'on said his own opinion was that the petition a upaid go to the bouse, it tbe charges were tvue, it was a matter for the houso, and it was doubtfsi bother tbe senate Ought to go, as it might oa caiteu on to judge tbem-tn another way. The commit ted could, aciae wnetter it nouiu go 10 me houxe or stay in tbe senate. l'eadina a diaoussion, participated in by Senators Conklmg and formin, the morn- intt hour tx iea, ana the witter Tent oyer. Senator Voorhees moved that when tbe senate adjourn to-day, it should be to Monday next. Senator Divia I W. Va.j said that none ot the appropriation bilia were actually before the senate, so no delay to them wocts result from adjoaroing over; but on Mouday the appropriation coinajitiee would probably be able to call up tne poeiootce ppruprmnuu bill. II j w.ahed to say that tbtrd was yery fliun..Biiiou in the committee to hasten the paaaagj pi tne appropriation uuis, uu w . iT.-r no cLitaL to an early adjjurnment. r Tbe senate vould toHjv any good example utl. lis I ha hnuad. Senator Voorhcis's motion was rejeeteJ , yea. 19; naya, 83. ! loe coaujeruon 01 iao iksiiogK-opi-u jru resolution was rtiwtd. Attex a tedious debate ta vbica senators Caroenter and Cameron took a leading put. : Senalot Hoar moved that whn the senate adj urn to day it be to meet next Monday. to renew in a txjn senate a motion ruled down by a la'l senate 00 .. tsjie d-iy. The motion was agreed it yeas, z; naya. a The Kdllogg resolutions were inioimaiiy laid aai. ... Oa motion of iBaor Thurman, tbe j inl resolution author a rg a tuorj ot itquuy in thi caae ot Tuoma W ortbinutou, 3 colo nel of the Forty Sixth Ojio VJlunteern. was takes up. Tbe committee on miliary kfftirs nropoae Bubatitu.e, paying Worthington nine cuaoreo n.u ij'y-ue uur, u amouut to which be wold J)T' bten entr tied psy from November 21. toMafub 1, U6,i. bad be not been caame.wu, Seuator Thurman said that Mr. Worthing ton was seventy year ot a and indiuen'; that tbe report of the committee was baed 0. in litary opinions that his dismisiat was 1. regular. Mr. VVort4nntt.Oii was thought by many to bave done aa mu'i to Ut euiciaa Of tue Federal lorces at 8niloh as any otiier pernoa ;n the army, high or low. f Alter aoatua riiticui.ioa tbe committee s amendment was sure! to and tbe bill waa paaed. Oj motion of Senator Voorhees, the hall providing additional accammoJalion for tbe rontriewicnal library was taken up. KenatorlnaU i ffered an amendment to tbe bil1, iaatructinu tha committee to alao re port upon thi advisability oi erewt.iog a ne Luildinff and naminu tbe site. Knuior thurman moved to add to tbe nil . "and especially whether such mode of provuliDj lor tbe libiary is preferable to tbe erection of a erate building for that pur- po. Agreed to. Senator Saunders submitted hat anend meal i;racting tbe committee to report tbe probable coat ot tbe various sites considered and of any proposed toiioe in the building. Agreed to. ' feenitor Jngalls's ataendm.ent was i? agreed to, and tha bill was passed. Alter an ts-cutiva session, the senate ad journed until Monday. IN THE HOUSE. Thursday's session waa resumed at eleven o'clock, and the bouse went into committee of tbe whole, Mr. Ox in the chair, on tbe leguratfa executive ana juuiciai appropria tion lull. Mr. Warner tdf jreJ a.n amendment, re- qoinaw the secretary ol lb,e treaary to maae a dei ailed at al went of tbe manner in wir-iub the nioue appropriUo4 tor the inadental expenses ot tbe treasury PBriaMun m.a " Adonted veas. 76; nays, t'i. Tba committee then rose, and the stssion rtt Wirtav rnmmAnced. Mr. U,bon reported a resolution for the final Adjournment of congress May Slat, and stated that vonld call it up for action when the Dendicg"KPoar!ation bill was dis- o:.td of. U:. Mills gave notice that when the reso lution ws (i-,1;'d he would move to recommit with instructions i lUa committee of ways and means not to report it back util it had ant rSBOrtsa the bill for the lroe importation of ti it and printing paper. wou'd move to amend Mr. Mills's motion so as to require tbe comm'froe to report back bill Noe. 61, 86, 73 and 5265, relative to the tariff. Tne hill makin? aDDrocriations for the mmnrfc of tha agricultural department was re.or'ed. Printed acd recommitted. It n commends the aDDrorriation of two bun dred and ihirln tbouaand dollars, being thirteen th uaand six hundred dollars less than thtr estimates. The hoos- then went into committee of the whole. Mr. f!oz in tbe chair, on tbe legiala- tive. executive and judicial appropriation bill. Conalteralion bein concluded, tbe commit tee rise and reported the bill to tne nouse. the firut amendment, on which a separate vote was demanded, was that providing that tbe salaries ot storekeepers and gaueers at all distilleries that mash lets than sixty bash of grain per nay shall not exceed fitly dollars per month while the distilleries are in opera tioD. and thirty five dollars while the distil leries are not in operation, and that all other dibtulere, storekeepers and gaugers shall not receive exceeding ntty dollars per monto when the distilleries are not in operation. Tne v ito resulted, yeae, 102; nays, 100 a strict party vote, with the exception ot the following Democrats who voted in tbe nega tive; Messrs. Aiken, Doeater. Evans, Frost, Phelps and Felton. Mr. Wane changed hi vote to tbe affirmative for the purpose ot moving a reconsideration, and tbe yeas and t ay were ordered on the motion to lay the motion to reconsider on the table. The motion to reconsider was tabled yea, 108; nays, 100. No other amendment of importance was voted upon separately, and the bill was passed as amended yeae, 189; nays, 12. Atter passing the bill the fljor was claimed by a number ot members, each desiring to call up some particular measure tor considera tion. Th? speaker recognized Mr. Gibson to call up the acjournment resolution. Mr. Tucker raised a question of consider ation, statinit that be desired to xawe the house to resolve itse.lt into a committee for the consideration of the tariff bill. Some contusion arose as to tbe form in which, the motion should be submitted to the house. The speaker ruled that the question would be whether or not the house would now proceed to the consideration of the ad journment resolution.. Mr. Gibson said the're was no need of any excitement cr confusion. There was no nec essary antagonism between his resolution and the motion of the gentleman trom Vir ginia Tucker Mr. Tjwnsbend If there ia not an tagonism there, I don't know where there is Tne house, by a vote ot.133 yeas to 7-5 oajs determined to consider tbe adjournment resolution. Mr. Gibson demanded the previous que tian. pending which Mr. Mills moved to re cummit the resolution to tbe committee on ways and meanB, with instructions to reort tbe bill providing tor the tree importation ot salt and printing paper before it re porta a resolution for final adjoorament.- He con tended that bis motion was in order before the preyious Question was seconded, and the speaker so beid. Mr: Garfield raised tbe point Of order that tbe instiuctiona were cot germane to thi. subject matter of the resolution. in ft speaker said that was a question for tbe houos to decide. The instructions were germane to legislation be tori the committee, and that the bouse might ran a connecting link between that legislation and tbe acj jurn ment question. Mr. Gai he. d How could salt be germane tg the day of adjournment? Mr. cunger la one sense is it germane: it leads to Slt river. Mr. A ken (ruing to a parliamentary in- qairj) asked wnether, it Mr. Mils' tuition WHS agreed to, congress could acijurn uotil alter the committee on ways and means had reported such a bill aa alluded to. Jf not, it wo'ild be bere until nexe (Jnmtmas. The fcpeker replied that it was a aaestion for the house te determine. Mr. Mills's motion was defeated yeas. 90; nay, J16. Mr. ijiacibra then resorted to dilatory msans, but wundrew tiiem in order to admit ot a motion tor a recexf, which waa agreed to, and tbe house accordingly took a recess, tbe evening session to be for the consideration ot the municipal co4 ot tbe p. strict. ETEKIN0 SESSION. Tbe house met at ha t past seven o'clock and ittm-idiately went into committee of tbe whole, with Mr. Barrows in the chair, on tbe bill regulating tbe municipal code of tbe Dis trict of Columbia. The pending amendment, r. quiring seventy five per cent, of the ap pointments on the District police fore to be made tr&cj persons wbo served in tbe United! O . . .i - .i I . . i outies artsy or navy auf inrr IBS taie war, ana wbo were honorably diocharged, vaa adopted by a vote ot 21 to 10. Pending debate on other r-.prtioni of the bill, the house ad- joucped. - a i w KtvS- The Jxlnatw Kaeea. Lexington. Ky , May 14 First Baee. Lngteilov stakes, for the get of LjokUIIow; mile heats. Mamie fi , J, 1: Annie Q.. 2. 2; Shortfel o. 2. 8 Time 1:46 l:oOj$. Second Race Two and oue eighth miles, for al' ate. Won by Voliumo; Jila JohnBon secor d, Wardance third. Tim1? 3:51. h't'd Rape Mile heats, for beaten horses. Firrr.ce B.. I. 1; Virgie L., 2. 0; Madman, 2 3; B-til-v. 3, 0; Harry, di-itaoeed. Tjmerr 1.43, 1:43M- Extra R ice. One and one eighth miles. Won by B,u Lodg; - Luci'.e second, Ida Dafis hird. Time 1:51-. pape-gat. Chicago, My 14 Chicagos, 2; Buf falos, 1. Cincinnati, May H.-Clevelands, 6; Cin cinnatis, 3. Protidence, May 14 Providence, 6; Troya, 5. Boston. May 14. Bostons, 6; Worces- ters, 6'. " yrnite nasi Baased la ttb Car Ilea fr f saaraer r a Hear. Charleston. S C . May 14 Thcs Wkit, a white man, was hanged at Saartanburg to dy tur tbe murder ot Pete Htwkins, a col ored voath. 1 be execution took place within the i til vard. no one being present but tbe re auvea ot the conaemnea man. a guara oi ten m, n and the sheriff, ts'renuoua en irta bad oeen made to secure exf entire clemem y tor V7bite. He was calm and collected. mountinsr the sddSold with a firm step and without betraying tbe slightest fear. H.s last words were that he wanted everybodyto know what whisky and bad cimp-tny would brifltf a man to. Had it not been tor these, hfl u.l dritl. li would not bave died noon gibbet. He dropped tour tept eight inches, and In eight minute bis pme easea to oeai Over a Bit or lruiit-f rsptry, Ar Ullery aia tbe 10w All its Hcailaea. Simcoe. Ont , Miy 14 If Ryan and Goss attempt to Snt lo Canada, bve companies Of volunteer will be cilia d out and a fi-ld piece capab'e of doing good esecutioa at two miles will be placed on tbe steamer cbarfrea tor the trip to stop the fieht. Tne county judtie will accompany the expedition. By virtue of hs ttlice hd is a provincial justice ot the neace. and can read tbe riot aoi at any place on the coast line wherever a landing may be attem pted. nenuiue Imported Ho(T Hall Efti ucp. The true heaHh lev erage Highly reuiniaifcnrVj) tor nurstng mothers, thin, cold and aged people, con vatescents, etc. Owing to its wonderfully nutritious auaUtiet). it is especially recom mended in epidemic and in fevers, where bod liy ciostration is gieat and life depends upon a nourishing stimi'ant. None genu ino without tbe label of Tstrroist & Co , sole agents. New York. For sale by alt druggists iud grocers. Rival Braulaa f Caieaa. rniAr. Mav 14 The delegation ap paiuteU to the State convention by tbe JTar wpII kail' convention of Cook county R--6ub- licaas publish ao address similar to that Dubliahad bv tbe Palmer liousa noaventioa. but ltting forth that the proceedings of the Farwell hall conventioa were regular and give no cause for a bolt, and appea'iag to tbe delegates from other counties to examine carefully into the tacts and vote in accord a nee therewith in admitting a delegation from Cook county to the State convention next weonesuay.- Tars prcnouuAed opinion of the ajuleat pb iciau an over lot) country IDQUtV-'t mar. Bull' Biby Syriip is tbe best remedy tor tbe lufirtrings ct little children caused wind, colic, dysentery, diarrhea or summer complaint. Price twenty five cents. e Staatera aareatlla. c TirTicRaBOBa. aay A. toe ai Ifemva pubiisaes a telegram iron Jaagasaki A Japan hss rejected the propW of ChTna to Aft jr? " JSAUlEUUE. The Story of Wife Yfho Deceived Her Husband, who waa Fronipted to Wrongr Life and Llvlrg1 by Her Father, and was More than Suspected of a Pafs'on for Him The Basis for a Thrilling Society Drama Scene in the Cafe d'Orsay Tery Success ful Disguise. Paris, May 12. Special to the New York Herald; Tbe decision of the court of appeal ia the scandalous Sauterre case is of a nature to excite the wonder of moralists. Mme. Santerre was stigmatis d by the court as a faithless wife and corrupt woman. Her gui't in tbe Cata d (Jrsay matter was pronounced to be fully established. Yet she is to be al lowed to have her children to spend their holidays every year with her and to visit them every - fortnight. Tbns there is an .m pie opportunity afforded to corrupt them. ( A SCANDAL KKYIVKD. Among the episodes which marked the Parisian career ot a jovial, good-tempered prince, whose death was widely deplored by the bon civante of tho French capital, none gamed mor notoriety than his adventure in tbe Cale d U.-say with a fair unknown, sat posea to oe tne wue oi ai. Biuterre, a descendant of the famous brewer of 1793, at whose bidding th drams were beat and tbe voice of JLuis ATI silenced UDon the ecaf told. There was in the whole story such a smack ot comic opera that it at once caught the fancy of the Parisian gossips. Tbe t'te a tete in a private supper-room, the arrival of an infuriated husband, tbe beauty s escape in the disguise of a pastry cook's boy, the clandestine return to tbe convent lrom which Bbe bad gone to the rendizvou. the detectives, tbe hub-money. the encounter of lover and husband all ton had so long belonged to the domain of M. Offenbach and tha Tneatre de Vanetes that every club in Paris felt a thiill of satisfac tion to learn that it waa about to be enacted Oi tbe stage ot tbe t alais de Justice. The clubs were duapojioted. Tne casa was tried, and M. Sauterre rained his divorce. In probing 'he depths ot tbe cus?, tbe judges found SQvL a quantity of social refuse that they had considered it incumbent on them. ta the interests ot public decency, to con duct tbe trial with closed doors. arrange rumors, however, found their way to the public ear. It was said that Mme. Siuterre was accused by her husband ot misdeeds in which there was a fltvor Pagan antiquity. Th sins that were laid to her charge might have furnished the matquis de Sade with ma terials tor a new "Jo-tine." All the lemale mojsters of modern French fiction, trom the tropical her-.ine of ISAffiire CU-meneeou to the tribade of Mile Guuud, ma Femine. were Siid to have found their emoodiment iu the beauHfql pereon ot Jeane Aracheuesne. These lumoia gained ground ao qiickly that Mile. S uterre tound herself shunned by most of her arqoaintuncee. She had already deter mined to appeal from the tribunul of first in stance. She now decided to ask that the ap oeal b9 publicly heard and reported by the newspapers. Itjs for this reason that an al ready famous case has once more become I be sensation of Paris, and that tor the lat fort night little els? has occupied the attention of the readers of tjje lighter class of papers. A WATWARP HEROIN. Jeanne Arauheqiesne, when M. Sauterre croe to woo her, was one of the loveliest gir's n Jf racca. bue had inherited tbe good looks her motner, a famous belie ot the Dast. She was sprightly and witty, the j ly !' her friends, a ray of sunshine in a household which had been darkeued by her mother's early oeath. Her father worshipped her He had been a magistrate under the second empir, and was a weii known treqasnter of he tmjiegne jeui. tie was cgt in any aecsa a pere tentu. Oa tbe contrary, he was a 1'EOt comedy lather, playing "Bngard" to bis daughter's 'Froa Frou," both equally rtvolous. pleasure-loving and Parisian. Jeanne had treated him as an elder brother, and wbeno b.iatien Sinterre married ber she ook ber father with her into the whirl of Parisim pleasure. It was a constant round ot picojes, races and theater?. She presided at B irnon'a over litila bachnlora' nartien She acandalizd her husband scbsr friends by singing risky songs from tbe concert balls or ancice meiuares recn!iar to the S.ille Val awao. In ceae reaocLU Sa. baLKi, dentiy appreciated her qualities; "C' esf une delicieute maitreoee, said he. 'In.. two children were born to her, and ber life grew calmer. She would talk ot them very tenderly to her father. "There is a delight ful sun to day,- obe wio.e trom uannes in 1874, "but nothing eoulu be so delghtfal as your little granddanghter. Oa a railway mrnev tbe child is charmin?. She slept tmrteen hours fiom Paris to Mats-illee; and all tbe way from Marseilles to Cannes she kpt o laqgbipff vrith ber stories and songs We embrace vou a t&owaaod ' times ton petit pere eheri, Jeanne makes you her cur-s-y. which they are teacbing her in tbe aanoiog school. As for tbe baby, h is asleep. Could he be better employed?" TBS BREACH WIDENS. But the" pretty scone was soon clouded over. M. luterre- parents tame to uve with him, and Jeanne began to experience some ot tha littia miseries ot ma' riea me. She drew closer and closer to her father, and the breach widened between husband and ife. It would be well to touch lightly on the suspicions which entered tbe mind of M. giutene, and on the construction wh.ch tbe base ma'eyqlence of tbe servants' ball per suaded hiot to put $3 the tender failiaiitjes of Jeanne and her father. The latter were not altogether discr et. Ml e. de ilaupln and Odd were hardly books for tamily reaaing. At the same time, M Su erre made a fatal m s Uke at twe tra' in accusing his wile of un speakable wickedn- ss, ano the sympathies ot the spectators were with ber throughout. She already bad charges enough to met, tor it was learned that be had encountered at Mentone tbe pnnse witu whom ber name is asociated. He followed her to Pans and aw her at ma-s, at matinee, at vespers, at the Trinity, Siint Loui d Antm, or baint Germain l'Auxerrois. She signaled to him from ber balcony in tbe Rje Scribe, almost nppotit-i tbe Grend opera. And on March 6 1878. occurred the famous scane at tbe Cite d'Or-ay. It appears that at six o'clotk a cpntlemm ot military appearance ana verv nrettv voune woman came to the enfe and enuagrd room No. 3. A little wuue inter auoiuer irctjbicu,M uutcu, that his wite Wa with" aetranner. M. Son net, the proprietor, r-tci'd to open tne door except at the bidding of a police moer. While tbe husband was seek- lu g the officer the wife wa changing ber c othea, luey brogbt ber from thu kitchen the Boron and cap ot a uaany cook s bo ; the waiters packed ber tur aod silk dreHs nto a portmanteau, and sue supped mo tne sculicn's garments as quickly as possible. the pnncs standing by, gnawing bis mus tacbe and crying, "Make ba-te, Jennie, tor Gad's sake,'-' Meanwhile, ether diners in the restaurant had got wind of the ciVr. 11. Andre, manager ot tbe journal UJflciel, waa led by cariosity into the puusage. and taw a j i . t-' . i . woman, oisgutaeu na a iiannjr uw a uj, nana him. with a whita fiigbteoed face. carrving a tray t n her head. He looked tbe bov tail in tbe lace. "Now." said tbe wife's counael, "was that face the face of Mme. Sauterre?' "Certainly not," said M. Andre. "Did it in any way resemble her J" "Not in the least," was the reply. A DRAMATIC DEFENSE. Moreover, it was in evidence that the por tress of the convent in tbe Roe Oudioot, to which Mme. Sauterre had retired, saw a worn an re-enter tbe sates who, in pas-mg, gave Mme. Santerre's name and hastened to Urae, Sauterre's room. It was slso proved that the unknown nf the Cafe d Onay had changed her mar mi ton e c'othes for an old shawl and bonnet in the Faubourg Saint Antoine. M Clerv. the counsel of Mme. Sauterre, was thus enabled 'to make a veVy dramatic ooint W displaying two photographs one renreoentin? her inner tur mantis and silk. the other in tbe clothes in which she was suDDoaed to have returned to the convent "Would not the DOrtreaa." he asked, "have perceived the difference? Would she not at once bave said to the intruder, 'You are. not Mme. Sauterre?'" Who, then, was the heroine of the restau rant scandal ? "An accomplice of M. Sauterre." said VL fjlery. Paris it IiaII pi divorce agencies that are ready to aontnyo these schemes. M. Saiu terre, warned by his wife that the intended to seek a separation, determined to make terrible reprisals. Ha is informed that tbe tnp is laid at the cafe. Ho hastens thither. He il a headstrong, violent man. Des he break open tbe door? Not at all. He goes for a police officer, or pretend to do o. In point of fact he waits quietly oa tbe pavement, Meanwhile the bird ha tnwn. Dje u SanUrre fall :nto a terrible passion? On the contrary he leisurely stts down ia this res tan rant, still warm with broken vows, and or der lobsters and a bottle ot clart-t. This spirited defense, aided by evident rancor ot ber adversaries, aid not entirely succeed in winning the -case tor Mme Saoterre. But it won her what her letters prove sbe prized more highly still the right to Visit her children. , t AST AJPIMSalj FJ1 All) For the Flre-Htrlebesi Fronts of nil tan, Ptaaeyi-vaala. Qabrisbtjro. May 14 The following d's patch has been sent to the mayors of the cities of this State: "The town of Milton has this day been almost entirely destroyed by fire. Three thousand Deoole are now houseless and destitute of clothing, provi sions and all necessities of life. I would sug gest that you call a meeting of your citizens at once to furnish immediate aid to those stricken people. - ujsrtui ja. cuinr. Governor." A Beantlful Village Sea Cincinnati, Bi early iseacreyed fcjr Fire. Cincinnati. May 14 Afire broke out in Glenda e, Hamilton county, Ohio, in Koebler Uo. drug store, near tbe railroad depot, and, before it could be checked, burned seven buildings. Tbe principal losers are Kiehler Sc Co , drog store, $9000; insurance, 16000. W. usnrer Uo., store. fdtWO: fully in sured. Bruce & Co., store, $6000; fully in sured. The other builiiea were frame- structure. Total loss, $20,000,-5 total insur ance, yatt,wo. . tf- . , COXMOK WEALTH DISTRIBUTION GO. Ta tbe Front Twentieth Papains llrawlas at Lealavlile, Kentaeky, a the Thirty-mat laataac The twentieth drawing of this popular and well-established lottery cornoanv will take place on the thirty first of this month. it has Btood tbe test ot all the courts in Ken tucky, from the lowest to the highest, and an eminent United States judge has declared it legal, and the postmaster-general, after diligent Bearch and investigation, has also declared it legal, and its drawing not fraud ulent, and therefore ba restored to them the use of all the maila. What further guarantee can be needed i A lottery company that can stand such searching investigation, as well as tbe conjoined opposition of its j-aloaa ri vals, must have merit, or elae it wonld fail. Toeir drawiugs will continue for five years yet. For a ticket in the twentieth drawing remit $2 at once to R. M. B jar dm an, Cooner J tnrnal building, Louisville, Ky., or at Nos. 307 and 303 Broadway, N. Y. Tit MS UL.TIMATCII or the H aurora Hrttlera te the Heathers Fnelfle Jtallraad Unpu. Saw Frakci?co. M.V 14 The Bulletin this atternoon ru-i'Mbes a ctpyof the docu ments which th ; Hinford settlers presented Marshal Poole immediately after the shoot ing occurred. It states that the settlers are not able to present their equity so quickly as their opponents can complete proci-88s tor their tjectment, end closes ss foilowt: '"Three cases have beea appea'ed to tbe United S'ates supreme court, nnd we are d? teroiiord to submit to no eicfm't.t ontil said caeoe are dtcided. We present tbe followirg fact: E rst, these lands were never granted to the Southern Paci tic railroad' com Dan v: second, we have certain equities that mu-t be reHpec'ed; third, the patents they hold to our laods were acquired by misrepresenta tion and fraud, and we, as American citizens, cannot and will not respect them without in vestigation bv our government. Tha Sonth-' ern Pac Bo railroad company have not com piled witn iceir contract, ooto with our peo-ple-and with' our goverbLaent. and therefore. for tbeae seyeral reasons, we are in duty bound you to a-k joq to desist. By authority ot the league." CLARK, THE A8ENT OF TBS RAILROAD company, wbo accompanied United Marshal r'oole on bis trip to Hinford, states to day that, atter the shooting bad taken place, tbe settlers who had not fallen in tha fihr. hav ing drawn off some distance. Crow came to ma ouggy, punting with bis exertions, and leaned over the wheel, saying, in response to inquiries, that he was unhurt. Near by a boy was giying vent to bis grief over the body of one ot the killi d. aod one of the set- ffars coming np to him. said: "Thiais more than we tmrgainea ior. i - i ueii,,nn'?iLi-"'; rk, vuuiuience nringf" "We did nut," saia me settler; tyou fisgsu it your self." Crow then moved away, and the set tlers, having rallied, followed him until ha was anally shot djwn. The railroad author ities are do? in consultation as to the next move, but no conclusion hss yet been reached. They will be guided strictly by tbe law in the case. DEITB'S UlMNUil YESTERDAY. ! nnd Udnae Una. New York, May 14. Wm. H. Delehanty, a well known song and dance min, died of hasty consumption laat night at his home in this city, aged thirty-three yean. Am Ex CenaEreeaaaaa. DKipoeiT, N. Tf., May H Charles Inapp, member ot the tortv-biat congress, and president of tbe peposit national bank, died this morning, aged eighty-three years. Chief- Jaatlee Chareh. Albion. N. Y.. Mav 14 Chief-Jaatice Sinlord E. Church died suddenly at his resi dence here at tour o'clock this afternoon, of poplery. ' 1 m i Vaneral et the Victims. Saw Francisco. May 15. The victims of the H iu lord tragedy were buried yesterday. Ail business was suspended and the whole populace attended the obstqaies. An autop sy has been made oa the body of Hart, but no evidence has yet been taken by' the coro- . a ;.;.. :n; u. i - uii, a a t;oujuiit,kea uaa ueeu ap pointed, consisting of settlers residing on lands not within the railroad grant and not connected with the league, to endeavor to t-ffjct a compromise with the railroad compa ny, loe league is guarding tbe railroad property to prevent any depredations bv ir responsible individual?, and seems determined to permit tba comsmioo pf no overt act, but win continue to trom their homes at any C0it. ' Allseed lairautielde. BinmoFiELT, Mas , May 14. A.n au topsy to d..y t,a-yvi that Chail 7. B.omley. "X years old, son of William F. Bromley, ot Rjrseli, wbo was fcund dead in a stream of water back ot the house on Thursday, was murdered. B'ood was found in tbe barn. and tb3 indications are that tbe deed waa con ih;tted there and the bodv dragged to the bioi sr. i be boy baa euovn treat tear of his s'eptnotber, wbo baa two children ot her own, and has rten said she had frequently beaten bim. I o.j end other circnoiatances ljd to the belief tot.t tbe s'epmother com mitted the errne, and bob is closely watched to awatt the decision ot the jury to-morrow. A Chance for Ireland. London, May 14 The Times, in an edi torial, say a it is stated that the ministers will not axle tor a renewal or the coercive act in Ireland. It is reported they have been con sidering ameliorative measures, and it is ex pected that preparations will be made to meet any increase ot distress the next few months. and that legislation 1.4 expected to be of character t permanent'? settle the land question. The Times advises a brief renewal of the coercive act. almost as a mattar of form, in order to give the ministry time to adequately grasp state tours. Iran Ilea ea a Mtrlke. Cincinnati, May 14. Tbe workmen in tbe Licking rolling m lis at Covington have struck againat a redaction of wages, which com- a trom an agreement made last Februa ry whereby the wages should follow tbe price of iron. The workmen claim that they were not reprpaented in that arrangement. a ' How many are there in this land en feebled by costiyeneea V Thousands are euf ferere. To them Dr. Cheek s liver lnvigor- ator is a special boon, lit not delay using it. Herlesis Iiaber Dlatarhaaee la France" Paris. My 14. Serious rioting in con nection with tbe strike occurred yesterday at Laubaix, during which the soldiery charged the mob. t miner serious disturbance u ap prehended. The Treaiti r Berlin. Londow. May 14 A Berlin eorresDonden aya: "It n reported here that the English cabinet 1 endeavoring to etrect a turopea conference to dispose of the points of the Berlin treaty remaining in suspense. Nutritious, restorative, strengthening, quieting and purifying are Malt Bitter. K ALLOC II, FAT HE It AND SOiN, Undergoing a Searching Overhauling at tbe Hands of the Baptist Convention, Now in Session at Sacramento Their Course is Sharply Condemned. flames of the Editors Elected by the General Methodic t Episcopal Confer ence to Conduct their l'apusand Periodicals the Ensuing Year A Colored Bishop. CiNCiNMATi, May 14. BishoD Andrews presided at the general conference to-day. The election of editors proceeded as fellows: Cartrfian Advocate. New York J. M. Buck ley. V. Curry, 146; J. P. Newman, 2. Quarttrly Review D D. Wbedon. 337: G K. Biooks, 36; O S. Prentice, 21. Editor of the Sunday-school publications and secretary f the Sundav-sehool aod Tract societies J. H. Vincent. 22S; W. Freisenger. 111. West- t Christian Advocate. Cincinnati F. S. Hoyt. 304; scattering. 21. PittBburg Chris tian Advocate the secretary cast tbe vote of the entire conference for Alfred Wheeler. Northwestern Christian Advocate, Chicago Artnur eviwaras, ZU; Ksv. Aitell, 74. .Next Wednesday was fixed upon tor the consecration of the newly elected a bishops, and a committee appointed to arrange tor a suitable place. John P. Newman and Das'.el Goodsu' were appointed to attend the anniversary of the American bible society. Dr. R. S. Rust, the present incumbent. and Rev. . W. Hammond, colored, wbo made the tamous speech on Wednesday in favor of a colored bishop, were nominated for secretary of the Freed men's aid eocWv. The vote resulted as follows: Rus'a, 252; Hammind, 107. The icommittee on episcopacy has agreed to report to tho conference that in tbe opinion of the committee the chnrch needs one or more bishops of African descent, etc., and recommend that this conference proceed to select at thiB session one such bishop. A sub com nit tee of thirteen was appointed to inquire into the qualifications of persons for that office. The Kalleeha te be Charehcd. San Francisco, May 14 The Baptist convention in session at Stcramento tabled a resnlut.Qi condemning tbe course of Rev. I. S Kallovh and 1. M. Ktlloab, and gave no tice that tbe preliminary stets wcuid be taken tor a hearing between the aggrieved cbarch and the Metropolitan church, ot which the Kallochs are paatois, by a vote ot rty-six to thirty-six. after a shatD de bate. Heavy aVallare la Olaataw, London. Mav 14 William Line ir.. & Co., lead manufacturers of Glasgow, bave ailed, with liabilities estimated at ioru t.bonind rnnnH HABRIE1). KOOTLKDGE LOBKNTZ On ThU'sday, Hy 3. 1HS0, at tight o'clotk at the St. Jobu's M. F. Cburah, exner of Vance sod Lauderuale strta. by Bev. Win. ablmmln, Mr. W. il. Boctltdob aid Mr, tirzm V InRRterz. both of tnu e,lv PiNaACIAla. F. 1. ltt&ISlSLL. A t(.. Birs au si ore DEALERS, Ke 9 Walt Mtt Nryc- Vnrk City. Buy and sell all acUte stacks for OHh. o ca ry them on atl-Iactoty margins; (urnlsh o: Hou e rdactacn Mime at fvjrabW rates; tra-:e in 10 to 100 Khan on 1 to 3 per eent. at market q una' inn-, and aOont complete laclllilea tor pioutaul- siteculKtive tnwrt meritnn tbecont -nt auaurUK'bfl of sttickA. In aunt trum fiO to fl OOO and uiiMarrt. Explanatory man oil -4nl n an, aiuir-a no apiittKwM n. S berrby given that the unaligned have th' day. X by mutual eon-ent. Wtmlnated ibelr raarjeoUvc relation a Frlne'cMl and Awant. KUMAI K et CO.. or New York. JtMK-i W. LEONARD. InnL Memphis. May 14 1880. rvltSOTO LODGK. No. 299, F. 4 A. M I J will ho'd a ariM!! AfimRinniniiinn uw a - 1 ,,niiiu, axj lotu, at n Airak. f,,r Ilia nnrrm.a .J ntnf.rrtiu lnc are rratemaili invited. J ,t.r U,iAn. 111 U M n I B1 oraer BUM r. rKlCK. W. It. Attest: B. C wilham9QM, Secretary. TO Railroad Contractors. Mississippi Tallkt and Ship Island Bailroad, viiKsburic, miss.. Aunt si. I mho. T3RGP03ALS WILL BE BeChlVKD UNTIL TH JL lnlb daiof IMay next, for tbe work of con struction oa mention of Mllslpil Valley and &blp Island Rallrnati from the present eu oi grad- uik loacrow rjig isiacs rivrr. This work rrili-u raas eradtna. bntldlneof waer- !. ereaS-llelng, Ireaile-wora and br.dulDtt ol Bla tsiaic river. Mao and nr file of the line, blan and nrwrlflca- tlons for oritlKlne. mar be se-n at the com nam's OfH'e, Vlcksburn. PrcDala to be aeeompanted by a eood and sol vt bond for the faith fiti lorlorursnoo nr eo tract. Tbe work to be oompleied 6u or before IKthday ol September. Addtess t- A. CAMFB'.i.L. v ) of-t-reatovn t lunyadi Jenos MINERAL WATER. THE BEST AND CHEAPEST NATURAL APERIEIsT. Superior to All Other Laxatives. Beuites and Improves tba action of the Liver and Kidneys. Breommonded by the medic I profession ttrough oul llie world. A wlnlaful a dose. Taken In tba morning be fore breakfast. Of alt Druggist and Mtry Vntar TifiiVra, heeler Carriage Co I.OUISyil.IsrE, ; KY. Summer IXesidence, P4RTIS3 wlablng a nice summer residence In town, wltb eix room, all neoassarv outoulld- Ings, spleudld cistern, yard. Harden and oicDard, would do well lo appn as onoe to w. 1. Bwnt or J, Htipier. uuinngt, renn. Crab Orchard Springs HESITl'VKY. TTMVB bouts from LoutaYllle or CtnciOnatl by rati. Now open lor vloiir-t. Hotel appuli.tments anmnlete. A"H for round-trlD llcketa. for D&m- pblets, eonUlning analyals of water, low ratea ot Doaru, ew., auLirraa t. o ir.no. ataoar. Crab Orrhar-. Kemtiekv. 8uu nut 8sr, ott UKkvu, a. J., N1 BAR LONG BRANCH A flrat-claa. family boae, attua-ed on in. beaeb witaio nrty lee ot surf batbtoc Perteet drainage, no moauul'oe. drv air: wondeiral in u eneeu uuou aunerer rrom malaria. Terms moderata. Bercr-n-e. Address K. L. eABRXTSON, Ooaan Beacb, isew Jersey. 12 fill w caw UN FERMENTED MALT BITTERS TRADEMARK TTSPKP3tA DysreDg! u the nrevatllra mat '-' any of clvtl znd U'e It lies at tb bottom of one-half our misery. It la the rock upot wbieb manr of our butineas ventures bave split. It rlot da tbe mind, weakens t e booy, and prer upon the viiaiiij. rnere i no peaee. ro )ny aorwna, De cause do dlne-tlon. Where aball we And relief fnom tbls moibld, melancholy tntsen f M ALT BITTKRSI Ai onoe a med efne and a food, this wonderful nu trient ana id -Igor ant Mitlds up enfeebled dtgna'tou, regulates tbe now or thegaarrle )uleea. msaoivevaiid aasimllatea every article of diet, and eons Head acbe, Dizzlnoaa, Billon Attacka, Palptta'loa ot tbe Heart, hervoasness, r-leplesaneas, Melaoeboly.and a thousand otber morbid forms aaauraed by ntsoep- ma. ai a a x at 11 JStta are preoared teitnoul trrnvi latum from Gaoadian BAKLKY MALT- and H. FS. and WHmuited superior to all otber form of malt or medicine, wuue tree rrotn tne onieenona anted against malt llauira. AhIc for Malt BrmiH ore. pared by the Malt Bittsks Coxuht, in see that ever? Dottle near- tbe Trads mhi Labkl, duly sig'ien ana mattnea in wave lines as seen in eni. MALT BITTKK3 wre for sale hj all d'ngylata. ANCHOR LINE:. TOOTED STATES MAIL 8TKAMERS Ball ererr Satnrdar. NEW VOHS TO GLASGOW. CABINS, $410 to f SO. BTEEKAGE, $2S. Tbeae b learner do not carry cattle, abeea or pig. sew tokj! tTJon'Eos7 in?ECT. CABFNS. 33 to tti.V Eicnnion at Reduced Rate. Paaaenger aocommodatlooa are nnn-i rraaird. AH Staterooma on Main Deck. Paeeenrere booked at lowest ratea to or from any Braf a at lowret ratea. payable (free of cliara-a.) liront lont EnglaDd, Scotland and Ireland. r or joou oriaiormauon, plana, c apply- la RaasBBaoa Baonuaa. j Bowuaa Ga s. K. T MEMORIAL DAT. UKKPBia. Ma 10. 1R8A. THE PLOBAL COMMITTHK, appointed to solicit donat ona ot B wra for dlalrtbutlon on tbe Grave ol tbe On-ed-oate Dead, at Klmwood, f-uu-ia.1. Mar lti. la-O. woatil be grateful for anr eon- trlbulions of floweis for that purpose. r an in mshnng in tne city ano aoDuroa will pieaae leae-belreontilbrjUonaat tbealor of hhKKW. u CO.. fclO M-iti street 8b-uld It be lnoonvenlefit to deliver tha B nsers, and notice be lefi with auove arm. inecomm uee win aen i ror inem. Putlea restalng Id tbe country mar send tbelr eootr buttons (tree ot eoat lo ihemaelTea) by an of ne local oaeAbta or ta exureas. in care -r above Brm. W. L CLAPP, Chairman oi Floral Committee, y All con t-tba tons or It w-ra. unacted to 8her- ood & Co . 810 Main acveb will be de'iveted by Ua ovutbern Express Oumpaoj Ire of cbx'rg-t. w. l i Lrr, Chairman of Flral Committee. Striven SIILLINSXR V Hairia Hair re uDoxually auraotlva. Tbe la eat style ra m a will prevail all tbls saaaon, w 11 be all tbe time on exhibition, and ladles are invltsd to oome aud ex amine. Kvtry Department Now Complete Sat'ors. 2ti cents: Coauets. 5S eenta: Bal'nn. tl 25; Komaa Brilds, tne lalvst ooiffure, 85; Jet uooas, aii aiitot, eus. F. LAVIGNE, 250 MAIN STREET UJ CO OS &3 Dissolution. "TOTICB Is brebv glv0 tbat the partnerablb JJN lauly autxts'-log btwea Ik. Hloe and olmoo JaoQba, uf .Mm(bla TetiD., aod Cbas. ScDmldlapp and J. U Scbmloispp, ot Cincinnati, bl , under the Brm of Rw, Jaooba A Co., waa dlaaolved on tbe first day of May by limitation aod mutual oooaerit. Ruber itarty la autborlzod to sign th brm bams in liquidation. IRK B CK P. JA -OBk r-HAA SCHM1DLAPP. Mftr-.t-ria. May5. IKHO .1. '. SCRMlDLAfP. NOTICE. TTTS, tbs uoiierutotd, cotton Buyers of Hem VV Dh.s. will not receive cotton covered witb "INFEHIOK FLAX BlutilNG." It be in U.NMKB- CB AN TABLK in all tbe marseta: A. a. Paion .k .o. si. Ha Ha sc uo. A. V. Scarbrougb Co. J. W. Jefferaou A Co. 4 Vails Co n. r r-.uiera-ju er, jo. P. Galena, Rose ft Prince, 3 Ka'senbesger's Sons. J. Tlldesley, Wation A Bill. Von Uuudeil 4 Maybrfl, ownsend, cowie x lo. . T. Curtis George XVInc'uasker. Hart mus A CO. H. Aeeia.-lo. H Bu k D. Pate racul. B. Bayll-4 Co. Wm Frobltcb&Co Henry B. Camp. J. a. Post 8. Anderson 4 Co. B M Bradlori A. Co. K. Hobtttt 4 Co. BeDaruln Babb. N. sebwab A CO. L. K-rn. Lem uel tanwood. Va B.THAYER, MANUFACTfJBIJJQ JEWELER and OPTICIAN Uatehes, Jewelry. Mlverware, Jlok), Npectacles, etc. Repairing of fine W atcbea and Chrono graphs a specialty. No. 307 MAIN STBEET, USDSR PBABODT HOTEL. Old sold and Silver wanted. CUANCKUV SAL. K Seventy Cases Shoes. No. 8547. R Chancery Court ot Shelby eoantr r rt dmio Bros v Cosarove s n we T2 V vlr'ue of a Interlocutory dee-ee fcr sale en- 1 terrd In tbe above cause on tbe 7tb day or may. 1 -t, I .in aell nt public auction, to tbe highest D'oder, at No BOJ Main street (opposite rt-aovay Hotel) Mem pi It. now known a U;e Taxina-dlitriet oi Bbeioy county, Tennessee, on Friday. May 21. 188, commencing at 1 1 o'clock a.m.. 860 dozen Ladles Mtasea' ant Children' One atld and Ooat Clnclnnat custom-made ewpot Ties, as beluw t-ec?lbd, to w t . 00 d sen O'20 pairs) Ladles' India Kid custom ew- porta 120 down (1440 pairs) Ladle' India Kid custom Newport-, 8-7. 80 doz-n (80 pairs) Ladls' India Kid custom New port 6-H. 10 doz-a a 20 pairs) Ladles' India Kid custom New port 18. ' 80 dozen (H0 pairs) Hisses' India Kid custom New- ports i i-a 5 dozen (r0 pairs) Child's India Kid custom New nnnn 7 - ld-l-A 10 dozen (120 pairs) Ladles' India Ooat custom Kewnorta lSozr-n (180 balrs) Ladles' India Goat eastern 10 dozen (120 pairs) Ladles' India Goat custom Ne.ooita fVH 6 dozen (HO ualxs) Misses' India Ooat custom New ports 1l-a. 10 doz-n (120 pairs) Ladles India Kid Button New port 8 7. 6 dozn (rtO pra) Ladles' Caraeoa Kid New porta 2 ft. 15 dozen (18u pairs) Ladles' Curacoa Kid New- p na i-Y. f dozen (rtO pra Ladles' Curacoa KM N'ewrmrta i st h ooz (bO ora) Hives' Curacoa Kid Newnoita ll-O 6 dt-zen (HO pairs) Ladles' Co aooa Kid Bulk n Ne- 6 dozn (rto paUs) Ladle" Caraeoa Kid Botum Nw pona i-a. - 5 doz (60 prai Ladle Cctacc Kid Strop-ties 3 6. Term of Sale Cab." Thu Hay 10. lfO. .-- B. J.' BLACK, 'Clerft and Master. L, 4 X. Lehman, Sols, fur oompi'nt. MALT AND HPS G3 oa CtC -S3 O VIST looo ladies; sop W Mils' Ottlsi At Cost of Materials I At Cost of Matsrlalsl MENKEN School P. Hi I VIS Books! B ADD Booksellers, Stationers, Blankbook lilanuf'rs 315 Main street ; : WK vrpOLD CALL THK ATTENTION OF MERCHANTS TO OOS CNfJSTJALLT LA Roa avn welt aa-orWI stock of Kim- k , Hraaat imk. aitniam. a,. i, kT f A. TACCABO. B. VACCABO, A. VAOO 1XPOR1EBS Wines, Liquors and Cigars, am i. att.njis, jr. . R. GODWIN & CO. Cotton Factors and rGmmission Merchants 330 Front street, cor. Union, Slemphis. nWlenlwv-ataitlow given vnti CHICEflSIW n.n.yirnft w-v T --i ttw . - . 98 Second St., opp. Market Square, iMemphla. &Hoae FnttCoJMsis,LIaUl8,SIlIg,TentIlatora,CIldr Grit In?, all kiad aruss sana nraes ajaattn, Ueneral i;ealrs and 7ertnloS ia t l.lnf r PnandrT aM arlilno.hnn Wnrb. H. CiaTla Jaa am. SaUlwaau M. GAVIIST &) Oo. Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors, And Commission merchants. uuia aTAa aa Brront street,! Org T, N. RATKgY nerotfa i, nm. tfi r IKE KICK, bue of Riob, RICE TOST, (SUCCESSOB3 TO SCHHIDLAPP BB03.) Y HOLES ALB en I vjT laj 5 , kr Liciuors, Cigars ami Totacco, Fr..nt St.. remini. 1 t - ri UAKUFACTCREB OF THK CELEBRATED ALABAMA LIME AID DfiALRB 1H Portland Orat-nt, I.onlsvIUe Cement, Michlsan Plaster, Fire t'laj. Brltk, 3Mo. a O Q "Pvor t. strr M.H.Ooover&Oo CF ACTDREBS OF Doors, Sash, Blinds & Moldings, JkMJU AVA11AIO VJ A' MJJJ MM JX .1 AS II1111IUII fA.AiUAJC, 'Brackets and Scroll Work, Rough and Dressed Lumber, Shingles, Lath?, Etc., Nos. 161,163 and 165 Washington street. TV ftm - V 1 1 W. T. tsowore. JUwotai COTTON BOWDRE, IALBI1 J. T. FARGASQij GO. Wliolesale Grocers S9 Front atrt, Cotton Paotors and 10 UraTier sitreef, iw lneans. L.&. Wr HAVK OPKNED A PERMANENT BRANCH OW ODR HODS AT NRW OHLKANB TO MKKT THI VV wnhirf iwniwi. nt nn,lfniwt. nt mn m1 hwf. fitl HnHm ! At. ST. Grocers, Cotton Factors, AND SAIsT AGENTS, ftoWA ITnion Mtrot. : : : : JJIemnliia. T?nn. FULIEEJUETOISOO. S 1 -. ,1 Grocers and Cotton Factors N05, 371-373 Main street, Memphis.. SDIT-ROOBI! BOTHERS lank Books ! TflVI nn IHILUIl. Memphis, Tennessee S. VACCABO. RO & CO., A.HD DEilEBS l!f S. at. ct,AXl,LJ lisailllngaf otv while . IRBIJ WflEKS! Ta, Clark. a. J, ClarSu nn '.i,m, r,t i; r-topgptmtbMl . Jacobs Co. J QHI O. Tsn Kosendala Cement, w York riastcr, Fire Br ck. Hair, Pavlns Stone, Etc., a-t.".... TTo-mp'ril sa. . nslowe. s. sr. sr) PAOTOES, and Cotton Factors Memphis, Tennessee, A!l Commission Merclianta ff KADMAB, v. ss, rusTos. T .171 fl AT .TTl ATilTl Mr. Towoahend (111 .j gaye notice that he J Kuts:a.