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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-SUZCSHD-A-Y. MAY 16, 180.
IlMIlL 111116 k GBn WTliJj R GOODS! Silks, Satins, Dress Trim'mgs Laces, Parasols, AT CO To Bare opportunity to procure our famonalj beautiful UoodH far below value. (IRE IE RELIGIOUS SERVICES TO-DAI ST. MARY'S CATHEDRAL. -aud 7:45 p.m. -Services at 11 a.m.. GERMAN PliOTESTANTCHUBCH Tiife fteacuiug at 10:;i0 am. ST. J03FIn'3 CHURCH Maw at 7:30 a.m.; high mass at 10 am.; vespers at ii p.m. T AUDERDALE 8TBKET PRKSBYTERIAH bunday-ecboiil 9:30 a.ni. No preach. lug. TMMANTfKL CHURCH Jtsale ttreef. -Divine i L vlea at 11 a.m. aud at 8 p.m. bunday-achool at U p. in, T. PATRICK'3 Corner I tnrtm anil Deento ftireU. WWn Mass at 10 a.in. ; vespers and preaching al auii.ui. C1ALVART CHURCH. Will be open tot divine F-rice to-day morning uud evening, tbe reo tor CUiclutlug. OH1RO PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OheZeea street .1 -oenrtcw at 11 a. in. and at 7:45 p.m., by tlie pastil r.. BETHEL A&im Ktreet, earner .li.c . viMr'rttcm ourrmt Suiitlay-scbool every Burr1 day at iSitu p.m. RERNANPO STREET M. X CHURCH Preach in try Kev.bulllotd Joui, uuiur, at 11 a. in. and 7:4j p.m. ALABAMA STREET PBEdBTTEBIANCEUBCH lisunl services by tbs pastor. CI KORRIA BTREKT METHODIST CHURCH. T Hre . rlilng Ht 1 1 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. by Her. J: E. Trcuuwoll, pastor. CnURCTl Or" THE OOOD EHEPHKBD-OArfwa-tirrvuvs by ll"V. t.eergo liuore at 11 am. and 8 p.m. rMiutia)-eliol at w a. m. SIXTH STREET M. K. CHTRCH Corner of tiu.h nttfi Jtukmm etreein. Fort Pickerino. nerviccs hi 1 1 am. and it p.m. "WMBHRLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH W C'mrt ntrert. Rev, Preaching at 11 a.m. ii. A. June. paaior. autl 8 p.m. PROVIDENCE CH krEL-rmlral Point. Pastor, J. rt. HcrrlweailMT. brvlces at 11a.m., U and 7 p.m. buuUay-acnool at 1 M p.m. "1RACK EPISCOPAL CndKCH Hrrnawto rtrwrt V J Kn. ur. Uaizeii, rcur. srvloa at 11 a.m. and p.nu uuudaj-acuool at v rn.au TES'TRAL BAPTHT CHURCH. wwl rrr, v Mar turn. tifmeM ki ii .m una o p.n by tlie pasUir. Buiylay ncbool at U:U0 a.m. O T. JOITN'8 M. K. CUUTICn-Corner f Yanct mat bmderUaU $trett eervloe at 11 T.M p.m.. uundat-acliool at 8 cm. and ST. PETER'S CATHOLIC CHTJRCH-Flmt roaaa at 7 aw.; n-cond dihsk at M a.m.: Hlgn Mans, tiiui suimou at iuuiu a.iu. vespers at i uio p.m. OAKFARAN3 STREET M. E. CHURCH. 80UTBL O Prracliluir at 1 1 a.m. and H p.m. by tbe pan tor, Ue. f. V. Uulmea. Buuaay-icnool at 8U10 OBCONDCONOROATIONAL OHTOCIL OrUam utrret, tkttvrtm lAniUti ntui Hfilc beivloes at 1 1 am. and 7il0 p.m., by tba paatot, Btrr. H. 8. WU us. QECOND PRESBYTERIAN CHITRCH Corner of Mm t hrule. HmU MnUOatU-floIloOl at :H0 a.m. Muvtcesat 11 a.m. and 8 p.m., by Est. W.W. Houston. FIRST PRESBTTEBIAN CHURCH. Corner o f nnt ui.t l'tj4iir ulreetA. ProacMna at 11 m , 4 p.m. and p.m., by But. J. W.Hojt, o( Aasnrliie. LINDEN STBEET CHUUTIAN CHURCH-Snn-dHr-sebixii at 9 a.m. Lord's aupier 10:80 am PuMcbMig at 11 am. and 8 p.m. Re?. J. JL Trlble, pastor. - FIBST BAPTIST CHI "HCH. Second ttrtet, le lutrn A Um arid Wuiinylon.tcTilcr at 1 1 am. and u rn. bi tue pastor. &iuUay-scbool at WJOaui. boaisall lie. GERMAN KVANGELICA L LUTHERAN CHURCH IVuAt'nrrr', U:tiinn Thmt olid fourth. Morvlea ht 10 ao a.m. buudtiy-ccliool at V am. Kev. ' X. fceucma, uiu. later. HELhEA BAPTIST CIll PCH-Orwr of f " J ami tilh ulrrrti. buivlcrs by the pastor f-'"- U n Hj.U .l.l. at I I a in Mnri 7-lil !- BUn- aycbuol at 3 p.m. " XiKNTRAt. MFTrronicT CtCH 187 Vnion b thn r.naf. .r Ui he pnstor, h". f J-" " Invited, eJclullou" l11- Bunday-scbool at V am. CKvridl, PA Turner tif Ya PAPTIST CHCBCH (COLORED) f imteaj.il IX-mjto Urtrl. Preachlna . M 11 a.m., 3 p.m. and H p.m. Bunday-scbool at l p m. t ruyer-meetlug Vi euneaday ulgbU Hev, James Lott, pitttor. Tll):il WBTIliir.l,?, -o f TtX.tr "XunMvf X1 "F Hi.rr. l'rr-fioiiii'4 at 1 1' am. and 8 P m , by the pastor, H-v K 11. Mahon. Bunday scliool at VJiO a.m. Subject In the morning: "Is It Lawful to do Good on ilia b.tbbalb Day?" Subject at uixtit: "TUB aew Life." OOM Nicely linnished moras for rent to gen jl iirmen. at l in court street. . CKjiia ISlue lurulslie l looms, ctii-ap, ;tt N-. MAIN HrKKrvr. MT KAY Kin. C"Kw-Risxe faeed red cow, with short tall and J muk on 1 It ear. A reward of Ova dollars will be psld lor btr return to me, at corurr of Dun. p mre. i arm Lane avenue. p. BUtOd, MARE--J10 REWARD Krom the lindsrslirnMi: st Hn ,IK Mlns . on tbe V4tb ult.,one llshi- vi lulu-, n yoais out. ntioiit in nanus blgli, rather tuin iii tl-r-j.li. two wklte (eet bluze law, uitty bead JHtiiirr besvy hixckmniie kii.I tall; a good saddle and hn nes khIiii ,. t or the return el said animal, 1 IM pay tort nollars rtwaid M.y i) s W. V. rCTREtL. rpWO IX) W 8 AND tlr-1KFR-!'5 BgWARD-Frem Ret'a l-iiu. on the t'aducab road, near lencoe, two eows and one beirer: oi.o of tbe cows jeiii w, iu, boms; the other bluest, with mis f ,r-s, bao-, ,, btrast; the helfi r Is brown and WUlld COllir. Ill, li,f.,riull,in ml. ....1.4 .. ... .k M'hls rr Dr. KokIi. Hlrncw. Fia 3i:sri ItXMi urnlabed or mirnTnlsbeo', t li'i md III A lams street N'SS .'it lOI'TAiiK. CUKAP-Kive rooms, eorner iveoni'a .trt ainl ujibtuirn hvmiui. -iiii.i. at 0 Al.iill.4Hi stl.ef OCMS-ti--i.trl. well lurnl.Nb.d; la rooms on V Blults, liur liusliie-s: l:ire (troniiils fuil frull; ballirooiii, bnrn, eia; uol viev .of river, cisy. gov eriimenl bolidin-fs, etc.; wl'l ret t for the sunimer to ko-mI r.imil.. ,1. i.iil SHI'H Y, l)venK)'l, 1-wa. I ! JK nn t. ki let tlx looms. In lUor--t oimb repair, pleasunt lOi ulloa, larae yard, good pureva-iier, at rea-uuitble rent. 17M ADI'ON STREET. ( vual 4 In) ou ii iuoii Utl, uow occupied Vj b i h. Bryan A Co. ,.1H1Kr,-',lNcfct--Ni. lt'S and 109 Madison, and - iy i. i w ii. t ' ' VI . 1 1 1 1 , I'T . J is. itMf.)K. MS Mndlson. W A Wlkfo Hli.1 l-OIOUtOlHUUS House, oou ir.-1, "inn lliirisu room i,aj.d imu uvi,;p1hh1 Cor- ""':D tso r.miiis i-tiih nlbagotKi siiruur and rrun,i spot, at newMUte, Tenur-Msx. 1 he bouse i".iiir iuriu,i,ei, ai,u it. soilatily located ror a fcoexUUighouaa auj holel. For terms, etc., apply to 1. 11. IKlUtinUAU, Sewanee. Krar.kilujoounty, Tenn. Ku"ii LarKounrurnlnhrHl front room, wltn small .1ru"n' ooniieeiii.a, onti be bad, with good board, LJWtia un.iUei or uL.lurm--bed, single or In ii .ht k1'"' '"'wl'1 board: apartments suited lor ...... "'-r)-iii. yii"i iniersoii si i eet. 11,;; ',urJ''"llsl '"""us, JftJ iu&rper mouth, J l I'll -I-fT-t JET iAf ACE. Atttiitlou, I,udie ! Sale of Jewelry and Fancy Good I OEFEB FOB SALE A LARGE 8TOCK OF iold-Plared Hraerlrta (Ladles' t Children's) HechloreK, Sets, lockets, ""atloa IMamoul (aooda (mounted In gold) late-lee" sail tieais' tVatchchalaa. ALSO. AN IIinEHSK MTIH It ur JET UOODtt ! AT A GREAT SACRIFICE. IVAll goods warranted as rtnreaented.- ft JET 1'ALACK. 375 WAIX st 1 Porsmny im. QUEEXKWAUE. CHARLES tl. ERICH, DI3ECT 111 PORT EB OF X5ohemiau Claesware, French & American China, QUEERS WARE I K?AC1A ATIES Hr-Plxtare. Slirroro, ete. "rr.i.'iW isivrs, restore,; te CONTINUE EAT SALE OF- SUITS, GLOVES! Ruchings, Corsets, Wraps, Ulsters, Dusters, AT CIO! JTOMKPH'M PIC.VIC! A.SU BAIBItrrEI At FUtwI Park., Moi.I.iy, May 17th DKMTIMTKY. OJ Huln Ktreet. - BE3T SET OK1 TEETH ... TEN DOLLARS hold Flllinga Two Dollars bllv.r and Tin FUHn-re One Dollar Uaaand Extracting, each Fifty Cenu asHf!... rrtnii iinrntr4l. j t an lo.t hAL;s. E. ClRTER OUT AT AUCTION, For account of bom it may eoneem. ONE CO-SAW K.C1BVSB GIN, la perfect order, nearly new, Tarxday If or Is-. 91 a lsita at 1 1 o'eloelt A. W. flTorDHP. Auctioneer. LUST. DOH-A medium sized lemon-and-wblte pointer dw; bad on 1-atber collar, Llbe-al rtwird v.Ul be paid ir ret-in.ed to MKS A H. M C1VB. PrlnUley amie. SirUATION-In Droit busings, wbolesala or re till; tweii yiearaexpeilrnce; sa'lsfsctory refer eoce given. Addrt as M., 23KVi Main st. BABM To exchnnge for a welMmprowd farm In I'hlllliu t,r Lee couniy. Aik . a Na. 1 well lm- i roved farm In Buywjcd connir. T nn., containing Vii acres. Aodress JOHK R. UHEBN, Brownsville, Tenn. BOABD By young man an4 two Maters In prlnite fam H; aceoiiiiniKJatlons must be good and rates very low. Address, statlcg terms, eta , .1. M. P., 3-23 Main, city. . MAN To work about tbe bouse and milk cows. Apt ly at onee at HS1 Shelby street. "p'ROTIIAU STALLIOfiS 0li SEASON OF 1 18SJ. We bave a son of Rrsdrca's ' Hsmll t'nln," and a son or Dr Herr's "Maatbrlno 1'atcben," ad a I lye sttllsb black Jack, wblcta we keep for public seivlce. We bave tins pastures, and gr4 horses and muiu4 for the city UUWH l. HAD JOHN R OREEB, Six miles southeast ol tbe city. IT'S KAM1LIE.S To board tbls summer at tbe P ColllerrtPe Hotel. Colllcrrllle, Tenn. BUCK-XT E SALVE FOR PI LE3 - old by all drujt iri"t. fiO runs rr bottle. rust SALE. LOT3 Tbe to meant lots, Nos. 6 and 60, as laid down on Williamson's city map. on west tide o( Dunlsp street, a snort distance north of tbe br u; eacb fiO by 148 ftet deep; will be sold low lorcasn. apply to B. bichuonu, 20 Madison street TCST RR ' ElV VED-Ai not her H nA lnt nf Mvinl-h anrf it KNOINEd and BolLKtt-", from 10 to 20 none power; as oou as new, at o-e-bal f tbe rr.ee. A.jWHITK. 23 Front St. HITZEELD'S SUMMER STOVES-For Oil, fluid or as. st 2H3 tee a d strep-. T7MNB CBI IT FABM-Half ml:e from Hernando, J mi- : i uu acres: one noua. suiiauie lor sum mer resilience or Investinent. Address Jt'SEPH HOODMsN. hernando, Mlas- 111 OU.-iK- On Jefferson street extended, xu. 832; 1 1 f-liil.t rwniita. InrsA VMrn- tima UD or UDli. Willi Inures!. Ayply to . . L. w. HUME'. 3t' Madison St. t MandHrd size: -early new . Apply to Crystal Palnee Bal'mn. u HAS CO. I JUINTt AiND BINDERY MATERIAL-Quite I a otr,e quaiilllf ol stci.nd-band material for Silo- 'it quantities to suit purrbasers. Tbe above .eriHi coiopri-x-s the establishment of the late bole 1'1'lt.Unji Cmiinany. wblt-h we nowown. W. C. icw'K A CO., Mempbla JjNOINK AND BOILKB-ehattlng, pulleys and - btintiers. tomtilete. J. V. P4TKICK. nUOUKINU AND CORN-MILL, CHEAP In flrst A.1 class freer, if application Is made Immediately: enitine 12-lm'h cylinder aud 24-liich stroke. Also, a c lea m lire Enxlha. of Latta's make, Cincinnati. Iiiiilrw Ht CwnwiiliTstum, y.' fte-i-onri street. WHOLESALE GROCERS, uenraii .TEJGHEBISEB. The advantage you set la buying Lruom from us Is this i The Lemons are taken street from the Steamers on their Arri ve! In New Orleins or New York; shipped by Fast frets? at to Memphis, and placed at once In our fine cellars, which are partly . aove 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. Wo rsoelve large shipments Weekly from Krrsu arrival of Steamers, aid can fill otders promptly. I when psrtles wish to buy In lots of one hundrel boxes or more, e make special ' prices. will re g'ad to receive a trial order from jou. and feel sure we can please you, both In quality and In price. OLIVER, FINNIE& CO LOCAL 1 A II .1 U it A I'll S. M mc-riul day at E'mwood. Schsul bojrd meeting to-morrow night, St Jsfrb's picnic at Etival park next Tuet-d ty niHb1. Tue r.niuKnn-nt sasoa has closed at L?nbrit)' Tbojter. Tbe gentle rain is now desired by both city resident and country husbandman. Tbe Mav torm of the Saclby county cir cuit court will catnmence on to-morrow. Tr-ddy is IVntecost among the Jews, and Wbitsantide auiong tno christians. No ar'diticcal whsrfboats at the public landing eo says the legislative council. The niemoiial services at Elmwcod cem etery w.ll ccmrccnce at lour o'clock this af tcin'oa. Ttio grass cod weed have been mown away Irom iff the Confederate graves at Elm wood cemetery. The silent graves covered with flawers at f rnwood ta-iiay will preaent a sight long to be rememtxred. At Mucou. Tennessee, on the nicht of tie twentic lb, Thursday nexf, a ball will be givmi at Coss-alt's hall. - - ' At E'mwjod to-dav an amnio snonlr of ct ol water in lare!a will be found by thsse desiring to !ake their thirst. Tba cotton tied corn ernm nppi) rain bttdly. So t.uy tho planters, and they ought to know something about it. ; There will La a Vugio Lee Tuesday night, the eighteenth in stant. A rare time is ant'LJDated. Tho children of the fVnlr.il Ranllat cLuich aud Grrnae Episcopal clturcb were out in mo wot'ils picpiLkiog yesterday. Numbers cf rnsople from the country will bo in tue rity to day, to visit Klmwood ceme tery and UKsist in the memorial services. Spcial trams will run over the Cbarlra. ton luiioad every halt hour to KlmwcoJ Ctui-Uty to duy. It JUnd-trlD fare, ten cents The roads and avenues inmediaftv around the Confederate burial-ground i bt--n siriLk.el ith water so te 'o . dust. .. . i lite n rcuilier of lailis v silt. I Em ui u reniefcry Ust eveniut; an J tursogiu priv.'ta !0ts em! uoives. ujajnitii? ihem with the cuoictbt tl iwers. , The ordinance ordering the takino dnim ui au swaging nn o;.uor signs has passed on Pir wi'l Nasbyille to-morrow evpning. Tbe Bloff City Grays and Memphis Light Guards will not go on the trip, - Eighty-six degrees in the shade is what the thermometer indicated yesterday. The weather was not unpleasant, owing to the stiff bre 3 prevailing. Sherwood & Co.'s store, opposite the Pea body hotel, will be open till twelve o'clock to-day, to receive flowers for the decoration of Confederate graves. Quite a large audience appeared at the Theater yesterday and enjoyed the three operettas presented by the Calvary church choir and musical friends. , The criminal court will open np for tbe May term on to-morrow mornings but no bosiness will be transacted until Thursday next, the court-room at present undergoing repairs. The stationhouse docket contained six arrests for yesterday and one for last night up to one o'clock this morning. The offenses were all of a minor character light misde meanor, The legislative council yesterday passed an ordinance, on first reading, declaring it a misdemeanor to erect or maintain awning, s-ied or porch extending over tbe Main street sidewalks. Tbe storing of cotton taiea on streets, alleys and open lots, will be prohibited in fu ture. Cotton must te stored in warehouses or covered sheds next season, in accordance with tbe ordinance of the legislative council. Owiig to the religious rervices at Elm wood cemetery to day no Concett will be Kiven at Ettival park this evening, but the pk will remain open, free to all visitors, up to ten o'clock to night. The marriage licenses issued yesterday from the tffhe of tbe county court clerk are aiollown: Whites Wo M. Gotcbell and Nelly M'Gragut r. Colored H. Shacklefield d HjlJy Hayes Ujo Ellis and Annie White. -Cjctagioos disetijs reported yesterday: W m. Taylor, 86 Hernando street, scarlet fe v:ir; Rolla Thompson, 107 Exchange street, scarlet fever; Ida Conlerdan, Madison iret extended, m92g!es; Lucy Gxxibar, 98 Cjurt steet, measles. A.t the Ere yesterday morning on the cor ner of Concord and Third streets, Mrs. Hdssig and children barely escaped with their lives 'rooi tbe burniog building. They lost every 1't.ing and are now in deep distress and wjrtby of much needed aseis:ance. The perseverance and energy displayed by the ladies and gentlemen in charge of the 3 Joseph's picnic is such as to highly com mend them to every one kindly disposed to wrd St. Joseph's church. Their untiring efforts can only be equaled by their succeis. T,he stand for the choir, the orator of the dy, and tbe clergyman who will engage in orayers, has been put up at Elm wood in front of the Confederate monument. A large aamber ot seats have been arranged around "e tand for (he accommodation ot the peo ple. The celebration of the Jewish Pentecost ommenced last night. Religious services re held by Kabbt Samfield at the syna xogup, corner of Main and Exchange streets. I'j-day, the rite of confirmation w.ll be ad ruin, stered to candidates. . In yesterday morning's ApPkaI it was erated that Jbn Ennis, a white lunatic, was .t. rested and taken to the county jiil. It was sj matked on tbe stationhouse docket; but it oeetrs that tbe vcuog man had been taken .b trge of By bis Irtenda and sent to the coun try tor chauRe of scene. Sister Hughetti, of St. Mary's, acknowl eJges the receipt of six hundred and twenty uine dollars and fifty -five cents for the Church rpnans tiome, that amount being tbe net receipts ot tbe two entertainments Corona tion Extravaganza, given recently at L'su ones 1 beater by tbe little folks aud their friends. 10-morrow n'gnt a republican mans meeting will be held at tbe First Middle onurcb, on Winchester street, west of tbe ayou. It will be a rally for Hawkins, tbe n?puuncan candidate tor governor ot tbe Slate, and tbe meeting will be aldressed by number . f white and colored speakers of ne nanaoiu-in- blue stripe. Silas Caldwell, a colored dray-driver, was rested yesterday by the society for tbe pre vention or cruelty to animals, on tbe charge .i woising a mute mat baa a very sore ujck. ine poor an mil was unable to work, Litrt was forced to do so bv tbe inhuman Jr.ver. When arrested Caldwo'l put up five tiouars icrieit ana wae released trom custody Special trains will run Sunday, May 1C, 1880, between the Memphis and Charleston depot and Em wood cemetery every halt-hour rem half pat one to eight o'clock. S:ops oinae at lliaie ana Vance streets crossings Ample accommodations tor all. Fare for the riund trip only ten cents. Secure tickets at No. 27a Main street and at tbe Memphis and uuaneston rauroaa aepotcmxs. Tbe feast of Sbevuotb, or Pentecost, is celebrated by tbe Israelites of this city to-day uivme serv.ces are neia at the synagogue, corner of Mam and ixohange streets, this ra irning at half-past nine o'clock. Toe rite of confirmation will be administered by Rabbi M. Samfield upon six candidates. Tbe choir of the oangregation, under the direction of Prof. Charles Winkler, has been augmented I3r the occasion. The numerous acquaintances of Judge (Jdrmacb will be delight witb bis portrait. painted by Stewart, to be seen at Wright's picture store, 366 Alain, be lew Union. The likeness is excellent, tbe painting unusually fine. Tbe handling is firm and spirited, the light and shade especially well managed, and the fair face stands well out from the back ground. The stjle of treatment does the i rtist frreat credit. Eimwood cemetery will be crowded with people to-day, ail engaged in honoring the inieaerate aeaa Fond memory, glancing o'er the past, Aoown-tbe alnie of years. Reviews rgain, In love. In grief. Those days of hopes and rears. And, starting as If touched by pain, Yet Hushing high In ptlde, Beholds tbe gsllant generous men. The noble, brave and tried. I ester day afternoon the ladies' floral committee, assisted by a number cf gentle- m;D, was ousuy ecgagea in preparing bou quets and wreaths for the monument and graves of the Confederate dead. A large sB)unt cfH)Wfr is expeatnd from other. points on to-day's trains. Every visitor to Eimwood sbould carry ojtflawera. Ladies going out on tbe (Jnarleston railroad train will rind the committee on hand at E mwood. I.. I .1 . ., n iu wuuui iney can turn over an nawers con tribute! tor decorating graves. Hubbard s Right Hand Record, a book published annually tor tbe benefit of large aavernsers, is out tor 185U. it is carefully oompild and tastefully printed, and contains I ie names ot all tbe newspapers in tbe coun try, as well as their politii-e or religion. It is arranged so that a memorandum can be made pposite tbe name of each paper. In this particular it possesses an advantage over the bcoks usually sent out by advertising agents. Mr. Hubbard, in whose interest it is Drinted. does a large business as an advertising agent, and has a gcod reputation among the pub- iiiuers oi toe country. CHOICE NEW GOODS! MEA RJiJ, DKOTllKIt!?, Whose extraordinary and magnificent display of spring goods has been so lib erally recognized by the public, an nounce the receipt daily of Neve- aao. Faahleaable needs. Oa Monday we shall open novelties in all departments, and call special atten tion to our New Bordered Organdies, New Brocaded Organdies, New Lace Buntings, " New Brocaded Silks, New Brocaded Buntings. Novelties in Neckwear, Novelties in Eveniog Fans, Novelties in Beaded Capes, Novelties in British Hosiery, Novelties in Lace Mitts and Gloves. OIR 8CIT depautukst Is acknowledged to lead everything of the kind in the routo. We can show two hundred varieties of ladies' suits alone. nKarKKit: brothers. N.B. As the Drices cf every article cannot be advert sd, we would merely say that our facilities for buying are unexcelled, and, as a rale, our prices are as low as can be ha J in nuy first class establishment. A siAND moonlight excursion under the auspices of the ladies of St. Peter church will bs given next Thursday evening, on the Cans Millar. The boat will leave her wharf at eight o clock. No one should miss this rare and enjoyable treat. J. W. Libbkn's bock and news depot R -. 2)6vi Main street, is the place to make ur purchases of stationery, newspapers, " ;''- "ictonals and all the latest and - literature, suuh as Seaside Li ''in Sauare Library, eto., eon- and received daily. Sub- Mi rr, and publications numbers ot the I- i ft g Ltdyer lushed at sbortt s' little new stand, . H1. Plications fur- then cosiest inthecitj, a hkxlomali day. The ProgroBBine Hetttwc Forth the Cereaaooleo to fee Observed To day at Elm-wood Cemetery Appropriate Bervlee te be Ceodotete by; Episcopal a Hethedlet SllHlater, The following is the order of Ceremonies to be observed at Eimwood cemetery to day, on the occasion of the memorial services in view of the graves of the Confed erate dead: rder or Exercises Memorial Day. Services at the stand will begin promptly at four o'clock, after the strewing of the flowers. L ' Sacred Airs (Meyerbeer) Arnold's Sand II. Bymn. Father of AH, wbose love profound, A ransom tor our souls bath found, Before thy throne we sinners bend, Xe us thy pardoning love extend. Almighty Son, Incarnate Word, Our Prophet, Priest, Redeemer, Lord, Before thy throne we sinners bend, TO ns thy saving grace extend. Eternal 8plr1t,by Whose breath , Tbe soul Is raised from sin and aeath; Before tby throne we sinners bend, fo us tby quickening power extend. Jehovah. Father, Spirit Son, Mysterious Godhead, Three in One I Before tby throne we sinners bend, tirace, pardon, life to ns extend, in. ' Prayer Rev. George C. Harris Minister In the name, etc. Minister O God, make speed to save ns. Answer O Lord, make haste to help ns. Minister-Glory be to tbe Father, etc. Answer As It was In the beginning, ete. Minister Praise ye tbe Lord. -Answer The Lord's name be praised. TS DKUM LAUDAMUS. Ws praise thee, O God; we acknowledge thee to be the Lord. All the earth doth worship thea, the Father ever lasting. . . . To tnee all angels cry aloud; the heavens, and all tbe powers tnefein. To thee cberubln and seraphim continually do cry. Holy. bolr. holy. Lord God of Sabaoth. Heaven and earth are full of the majesty of tby glory. The glorious company of tbe apostles praise thee. The goodly fellowship of the prophets praise thee. Tbe nob e army of martyrs praise tbee.- The boly church throughout all tbe world doth accnowieage tnee; Tbe Father of an Infinite Majesty; Tblne adorable, true, and only Son; Also tbe Holy Ghost, tbe Comforter. Thou art tbe King of Glory, O Cnrtstj -Thou art tbe everlasting eon of the Father. When thou loosest upon thee to deliver man, thou aiasi numDie iDyseit u De oora or a virgin. When thou badst overcome tbe sharpness of death, thou didst open the kingdom of heaven to all hellevera. Thou s t'est at the rlht hand of God, In the glory oi me amer. We believe that thou sbalt come to be our Judge. We therefore pray thee, help tby servants, whom thou has redeemed with tby precious blood. Masetbemto be numbered wltn thy saints. In glory everlasting. O Lord, save tny people and bless thine heiitai Govern them, and lift tbem up forever. Dav bv dav we msenlfv thee. And we worship thy name ever, world without end. Vouchsato, O Lord, to keep us this day without sin. O Lord, have merer nrjon us. bave mercy noon us. O Lord, let thy mercy be upon us, as our trust la In thee. O Lord. In thee have I trusted; let me never be eon rounoeo. Tbe creed to be said by all standing: I believe In. God the Father Almighty, maker of heaven and earth. Ana In Jesus Christ his only Son our Lord; who was eonoelved by tbe Holy Ghost, born of the Virgin Mary, suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified. dead and burled, he descended into bell, the tblid day be rose from the dead, be ascended Into beaven and slttetb on tbe light band of God tbe Father Almighty; from thence be shall come to Judge tbe quick and the dead. I believe In tbe Holy Ghost: tbe boly catholic church, tbe communion ( saints, the forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the body, and tbe life ever lasting, amen. Minister Tbe Lord be with you. Answer And with tby spirit LKT Ui PBAY. Minister- Lord, have mercy npon us. People Christ, have mercy upon us. Both Lord, have mercy upon as. Both -Our Father, who art in beaven. ete. Minister The righteous shall be held In everlast ing remembrance. People He will not be afraid of any evil tldlnes. Minister -The souls ot the rlgbteoas are In tbe nands ot goo. People- T here shall no torment touch them. .l.lh,a Ilk V. A Una 1 1., .rvlrfl. nf Auuiguv uvu. nnu HUUIU UV UTD .UO DtllllW Wl those who depart beneeln the Lord, and with whom the souls of i be f altbf ul, after they are delivered from the burden ot tbe flash, are the Joy and felicity; we aive Tbee beany thanks for the aood example of all these Tby servants, who, having finished their course in iaun, oo now rest rrora ineir moors. Ana we ao beseech Thee that we. with all those who are depart ed in tbe true faltb ot Thy boly name, may have our perfect consummation ana btiss, Doin in txxiy ana soul, in Tby eternal ana everlasting glory; inrougn J esus unrist our liora. Amen. IV. Bymn. Bock of ages, cleft for m?, , Let me hide myself in tbee; Let the water and tbe blood. From tby side a healing flood, Be of sin tbe double cure. Bave from wrath and make me pure. Sbould my tears forever flow. Should my zeal no languor know, This for sin eould not atone. Thou must save, and thou alone. In my hand no price I bring, Simply to thy cross I cling. While I draw this fleeting breath. When mine eyelids close In death; When I rise to worlds unknown, And behold thee on tby throne, Kock of ages, cleft for me. Let me hide myself la tbee. V. Poem "Oar Dead Comrades" By J. F. Simmons wm oe recitea oy miss r.izzie Montgomery. VL Hymn Selected VIL Oration Judge Jno. L. T,8need VTII. Sacred Airs (Handel) Arnold's Band IX. Doxology "Old Hunded,, I. Benediction Bev. B. H. Mahon In submitting the above order of exercises. we beg to say our desire is that the obsarv- ftoce of tbe occasion shall be of the most sol emn and sacred character, and we Bincerelv truac every one present will deport tbem selves accordingly. Jiaid E. BEASLEY, CHAd. G. LOCKE, GEOR9E W. GORDON, JOHN WAYNKSBORG, MLNuB MEttlWSTHER, Committee. Partlealar sjpeelal Bfotlee. The committee on order are determined that the observance of memorial dav shall be in a manner becoming the cause and the day, and they hereby notify those who anticinata any levity or mirtn, that nothing ot the kind will be tolerated tor an instant. Hat all oar- ties whose conduct is in the least objectiona ble or unbecoming, will be taken outside the grounds. It is not intended for a picnic and shall not be made eucb. Na liquors, lemon ade, soda-water, fruits, or refreshments of any kind will be permitted in or near the cemetery. An abundance ot ice-water will do provided. w. r. taylor, cnairman order committee. A TERUIBJLK FAJLJL. Redaction la Shoe. We are now offering unusual reductions in prices ot BOOTS, SHOES, SANDALS. SLIPPERS, ETC. Our $7 shoes redased to 16. Our $6 shoes reduced to $5. Our $5 shoes reduced to f 4. Everything in our line cut down to the low est notch. For the next ten davs we will cner bargains. Come and see np. wm. uiLLJUt x uu., Z'Jl Main street To the Public: Owing to the arreat increase cf mv manu facturing business and the extent of mv or dered trade, which now takes in a large por tion ot the south and many places north, I shall close out my stock of roods at very low prices as quickly aB possible. With this ob ject iu view, and to effect a rapid sale there for, i nave tnts day donated, to my customers One Elegant Set Queen Anne Furniture, comprising some ten pieces, finished in most beautiful style and adornin? a room com pletely, lou are invited ta call and see it. Customers ordering dresses, purchaswc cor sets or other goods will all have a like inter est in it according to the amount of their bills. Orders for dresses and bridal outfits filled at all prices, from medium ta fine, and the bent. Tbe reputation of my m.tke in these lines is unexcelled by any establishment outside ot the metropolis ot this -country, parties being secure of having their styles at least a season in advance of the regular mode. In my corset department I ga? ran tee to everyone tbe most complete satisfaction, as the range ot styles is not conhned to a tew. but in infinite variety, and at favorable prices. Remember, I keep 54 different kinds, suiticir either the smallest child with a corset waist or a Herculean corset for the woman of two hundred and fifty founds. A large number of children s and ladies easy chairs (Gardner's perforated), which will be sold at a uniform discount throughout. These are the very best goods on the market, being almost indestructible. riemember, this very beautiful and highly ornamental set of furniture is now given away by me to my customers, and you may oe me one who will order it home. respectfully yours, J. G. W ATKINS. Mat 16, 188a ' 77 Mala Street. Paris 911111 aery. Straw Goods Flowers Feathers. LEUBRLE BROS. Great success. Tastiest bats, exquisite styles. latest novelties. Lowest prices. LXUBBIS BBOS. Be on Hand At the sale in Nashville, nnder a decree of the chancery court, of two of the Gneat resi dences in the city, on Park street, and of an adjoining vacant lot, directly fronting tho great Jackson statue, on Saturday, May 22d, at twelve o'clock. Never before has a sim ilar opportunity been offered the citizens of .Nashville, as tne locality is untquaiea any where in the world. Floyd's la well ventilated, cool and pleasant Pure cream and sherbets, cold soda and mead, and the finest cajdLjifcjn the United States. Bring your ineuur .enjoy a pieasant even' intr at IC t The following extra bargains just received will be offered by a this week: 25 pes brocaded drees goods, 7c, worth 500 pes yard-wide lawn, 7c, worth 12o. 1000 pes full standard prints. 5c, worth 8c 500 pes bleached mushn, 8c, worth 11, Sic. 100 pes best seersucker, 12ef worth 20s. 800 pes best dress gingham, 12fc, worth 15c. 50 pes extra wide wash poplin, 10a, worth 15c 100 DCS best wash poplin, 8e, worth 120 25 pes black wool bunting, 123, worth 20c. 15 pes black laca 15o, worth 25a. 10 pes very fine lace buCET- 20st wth 35c. 10 pes finest black lace bui.!", 30 worth 50c. , , 100 pes all-Hnen lawn, beautiful styiC?? aos, worth 25c. 20 pes tweed for gents' and boys' wear, 20d, worth 40c. 25 pes very fine all-wool eassimere, 60o, worth 90c. 20 pes 10-4 bleached sheeting. 25c, worth 35c 18 pes' 10-4 brown cheeting. 22o, worth 30c. 25 pes 5-4 bleached piliow-Case muslin( 1214c, worth 20s. 100 white bed-spreads, 91 25, worth $2 each. 8 pes bleached table damask, 25c, worth 40s. 20 pes Irish Union linen 17c, worth 35c. 1CU aoH tnck towels, 60c, worth $1 do. Finest quality knotted fringe towels, 35o each, t .-.. r flarge s:"s damask towels, 12C, worth 25c each. 30 pes white checked muslin, 10c, worth 20c. 100 pes bleached crash for towels, only ao. 25 pes Turkey red table damask, 50s, worth 85c. 500 best mosquito bars, 45s each. 100 dcz. all-linen dinner napkins, 50 per dci. 200 dcz. tea napkins, 35c per doc. 50 dcz. ladies' silk eiocked Balbriggan hose, 15c a pair. 100 dcx. ladies' white cotton bose, 10a, worth 25c pair. Job lot of children 'sjstridep hose", all at10c, worth 25c pi . ar 25 doz. all-linen 'hemmed stitehed handker chiefs, 12c, worth 20a each. 30 doz. a!l-lmen hemmed-stitched handker chiefs, 15c, worth 25c. All-linen handkerchiefs, 5s each. 100 ladies' all-lioen suits. $2 50, worth $5. 50 ladies' all-linen suits, 25, wor h 3. 25 ladies' gingham and seersucker suits, f 3 25, worth f 6. . Children's linen suits, II eacli. 500 children's percale suits, 25e eacb. 10 dos ladies chemise, 25a each. Lidies' all-linen duster?, f I 25 eacb. Bargains In Parasols and Umbrellas! s 100 silk umbrellas, $2, worth t3 50 each. 50 very fine bnff umbrellas. 75o. worth S2. Parasols from 15s up. Hats! Hats! Hats! Ladies , misses', gents' boys' and children's straw hats at 5, 10, 15, 25, 40 and 50c, wortn double. Trunks! Trunks! Trunks! A good packing trunk for tl 25 each. A gcol trunk with tray for $ 1 50 eacb. Extra size packing trunks, $ 2 50 each. Full siz3 ladies' traveling trunks,- complete, S4 each. Full size ladies'- zinc trunks, complete. $5 each. Fall s:z? ladies' leather-covered trunks, f 6 50 each. Extra siza very best ladies' trunks in leather and Z'nc. ST 50; elsewhere. 112 50 each. 100 pes best matting, in white and red checked, at 15s, worth 25c per yard. The following articles will be offered as special bargains at our Fire-Cent Department. 500 earthen preserve-jars with tin covers. 500 market-baskets. 25 dcz. feather dusters. 15 dcz. garden forks. 10 doz. tea-bells. 20 doz garden rakes . all at 5c each. Lemon squeezers, wire dish-covers, rolling- pins, clothes-lines, watering pots, wash pans at 10c each. 25 dcz. very best house brooms. 25c. worth 40s each. BEJACH.tt BRASH, 873 Slain Street. JLJEUBIllJE'a OP1SKIKG Of new designs in LINEN, BORDERED and UNION LAWNS The very latest novelties and choicest de signs just received, and selling at lowest Prices. LETJBRIK BROS. Read B. Lowenstein 4 Bros, underwear advertisement. Klrkland'a Giwdyear Overcoats. Kin. & FREIBERG, Corner Haln and Poplar Streets. 5 balance of slightly damaged lawns, 5c. '72s finest Madras genuine dress ginghams. lOo for the finest white Irish linenn. ldn l.Vv 30c, balance of black beautiful cathemire,30c. KAHlf A FBEIBEBG, Corner Hala and Poplar Streets. have no extensive show-windows or attractive displays, but have tbe goods as advertised and at prices, all the same. 30a, finest silk stocking gamriog, all col ors, dua. 5a for beautilul linen cuff, 5a. 25o a dozen for elegant ruchings. 25s. Now from the great fire r,f Simpson A Craw jora, successors to c. Means et Son. We have this week from that treat eon Mi gration, but not noticeably damaged, the very finest $1 50 and $1 silk umbrellas for ladies or gents, 1 50. These goods are not in jured, and cost $1 a piece. Inspect them. KAHN & FREIBERG will continue to sell the best cottonades at I2b4a and 15c. 15 and 25c for tan hiD-core corsets. 25- 253 per dcz. for balance of misses and ladies. Damaged hosiery, 25c per dcz. 25 and 50c, 150 boys' linen j ickets, 25 and 50c. 25c, 200 gents' dark striped summer coats, 40c, gents' best white iaans drawers. 40n. 75b, gents' best hite linen drawers. 75a. 12 and 15c for best full regular socks, 15c. KAH.V A FREIBERG, Corner Haln and Poplar Streets. N. B. Look out for the big ribbon sale in i a day or two; also more silk, whalebone I Hinges at ZU and 'Zoc, and buttons, which did cost f 3 and t4 per dcz in. at one-tenth their original cost. Great beauties in Dearl. carved. and painted, in jst and metal. If you want a vure alass of soda or mtnU. the only place to get it is at Staffer's. 220 Main. The soda and mead vou drink tier ! ts made by Charles Howard, and that alone is a recommendation. Klrkland's Nobby Uerby Hats. Brown & Jones. Plttebnrg, Shotwell and Cnnael Coat. Malw otret. GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Great clearing sale of LEUBRIE BR03. 100 doz. Balbriggan silk-clock hose, 25a. 50 dcz. gents'.linen kandkerch.eis, warranted pure linen, 15c; a good 25c article. 10 doz. gaozs shirts, 25c, worth 40j. 20 dcz. nainsook undershirts, 50c; sold every where at 75c. Unlaundrjed percale shirts, $1 25. 25 doz. white lawn neckties, 15c dcz, worth 25c. Lisle undershirts, 95c, worth $1 25. Silk undershirts, Silk-wtrp flannel undershirt, Balbriggan undershirts. Good choice goods cheap. LEUBRIE BROSis Leaders in Styles and Low Prices. Eminent Dr. W. A. Greene. Macon, Ga. Writes: "I cheerfully state that I have tested the virtues and efficiency of Colden's Lie big's liquid extract of beef in my private practice in cases of general debility, weak ness, depression, dyspepsia, loss of appetite anu nervous anecuons, wnen medicine had proven more than useless. I have found it the best remedy I ever used in chronic alcohol ism, when the stomach is always irritable and food required to nourish." Sold by leading aruggists. A continued rush to the closing-out as signee sale of clothing at 247 Main street, opposite Odd Fellows bali. Having de termined to wind nn the bnainpsa nf V. Lehman, I am determined to offer great bar gains in men , youths' and boys' clothing. gents furnishine roods, etc.. at nrir.es that cannot be competed. They will be sold quick and soon. Three show-cases and eonntAra for sale. Call soon at 247 Main street. Toting- tbe Banc Starter at St. Joseph's ricnic. The subjoined votes have been tendered for choice of the recipient of the handsome bung- starter to be awarded the most popular waoiuaaie liquor noasein tbe Taxing-District. lbese votea will not be registered an til the polls open regularly at Estrval park to-mor row, Monday, tbe seventeenth, instant: A. Yaccaro & Co.. 37: B. J. Semmes & Co.. 34: Car berry A Casey, 33; Cloth AfhT-ittmin, 29; i u. roaesta s uo.. 30: Ai. uavin t- ua.. 'Zi-. G. Baam & Co., 21; Feucht A Block, 2; Jacobs & Garrett. 23; John lilfy, 25; E. W. Lousing, uo., lot; scattering, 7, FishlngTawkle, Best Assartaaeat la the City, at njaaaa. sen UnjAMfi UTiM htakrI TO STBAlvTG.EBS Yisltins tbe City Daring Deco ration vWeeisw WILLIAM FRANK & CO, 249 Main street, Respectfully invite the attention of visitors, and the public generally, to their large and well assorted stock of STAPLE and FANCY DRY GOODS, complete in all departments, embracing the latest novelties of the season, selected with a view to the requirements of city trade, which is being offered AT CHEAP PRICES. WM. FRANK & CO. Will open on Monday 1000 pieces AMERICAN PRINTS, (slightly imperfect) Which1 PeJ will offer to the retail trade - only, at FIVE U?Nrs PER YARD- WM.FRANJTa00 Have in ettsro 25 bafe ,of 4-4 Fine Sea-Island Damesfic. AT 7 CENTS'. WM. FRANK A CO. Ask attentloa to their WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT, Which will be found replete with well assorted lines of . Victoria, Bishop and Linen Lawns, English and French Nainsook, Marsaha India Linens. Paris Muslins, Organdies and Tarletans, AT ATTRACriVE PRICES. WM. FRANK & CO. Offer 200 dczn huckaback towe's at $1 50 per dozan a eojd bathing towel; also 725 dczen damask toweU, all linen, at f 2 good value at f -i. WM. FRANK & CO. UHer special prices tor this week in Honey-Camb, Crochet and Toilet QUILTS. ' We are selling a good summer counter pane at 85c, and offer five cases of crochet quilts, large a-'z , fir fl. To family, hotel and steamboat trade we ask attention to this offering, as bargains are presented that will repay a visit to Z4a Main btreet. . WM. FRANK & CO. Have mad j sweeping reductions in prices of misses and children s FANCY HOSIERY, Also, Lidies' B-ilbrieem acd Lis'.e HOSIERY. Superb Coloring. Liced and Embroidered, WM. FRANK & CO. Offer unusual bargains in their SHOE DEPARTMENT. Ladies' kid slippers at 75c. Ladies' 3 strapped sandals at fl. Ladies' cloth-top shoes, buttoned, $2. Ladies' kid shoes, buttoned, S2 25. Also an elegant assortment of New York city-made sandals and tics, adapted to the wants of first-class trade, which will be sold at popular prices. WM. FRANK & CO. Will offer on Monday .Ladies all-sillr. wal king-suits, this season s importation, at $16 50. cheap at f 25. Constantly on hand all sizss of mohair and linen ulsters. Misses' and children's linen and gingham suits. Also, a large variety of trunks for traveling. LADLES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Below cost of manufacture. WM. FBANK & CO. jL,enbrie Bros. SPECIAL OFlERrNG'THIS WEEK. All-wool bunting reduced from 65c to 40c. All-wool bunting, 25c, former price 37c. Our entire stock ot dress goods at New York prices. , LEUBBIE BR03., Leaders to Styles and Low Prices. Klrklood'o Stetson A Kasx Bats. Read B. Lowen&tein advertisement. & Bros. ' underwear TUE T1DJK FLOWS OX! If yon follow the crowd, you will find your- Ben ac J. II. JOHNSTON'S POPULAR NOTION AND GENTLEMEN'. FURNISHING HOUSE, S8S MAIM STREET. Which fcr the past week has been crowded with those seeking desirable and cheap lines of goods, precisely as per advertisement. You can buy with confidence the following bargains for Monday and during the week: Ladies' kid gloves, 25: per pair, worth f 1. Japanese fans, 3 for 5c. ' Linen towels, 60a per dczen. Ladies' summer corsets, 50s, original price. Ladies' summer vests, 30c, worth 60a. L'nen flass, 25o per dczen, regular price, 40c. Finest imported feather-edged braid, full length, 50c. 60a and 75c per dczen, for mer prices 75c, eos and f 1. Knitting-cotton, 25c per dozen balls. 4 Swiss edgings, 15c, 25c and 35c per dczen yards, worth double. Ladies' linen collars, 5: each, less than cost. Lidies' fonr-ply linen cuffj, 12c and 15c, 1 1 , nn wortn zoc ana o'je. J. H. JOHNSTON, No. 281 MAIN ST. GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS! Th9 original separable gold-plated collar- button, 25s. Gents' summer undershirts, 20c each. Genuine British half-hose, $2 50 per dozen. Gents' A No. 1 half-hose, Sea Island cotton, fl zu per dozen. Gents' bleached drilling drawers. 50o rer pair. Unlaundried shirts, linen bosom, 6 for $3 50. Unlaundried shirts, best in the market, 3 for z ou. Colored percale shirts, 40c and 50:. tSTFine goods a cheap in proportion. J. H. JOHJiSTOS, 283 MAIX 8TBEET. No place on the New England coast has more at fractions and comforts thaa Old Orchard Beach, Maine, on the Boston and Maine railroad. Of the twenty hotels ami boardinghouses at this place, the Old Orchard I bouse is the principal, with accommodations I ror nve bund red guests. Ihe inland scenery is varied and pleasine, and the beach at low tide presents a smooth, solid sand surface for nine miles, affording nnequaled driving and earning 'acuities. Gents' and boys' fine hand and machine- sewed suoes as low as the lowest, at ADLKB x BRO.'S, 66 Beale street. Read B. Lowenstein advertisement. & Brcs. underwear Send orders early for tee-cream, at fer's, 220 Maim. Staf- KlraUaatVa aae straw Hats. X5,000 Beautiful Plants Are offered for one week at five to fifteen cents each by the Memphis floral company. French (Steam Dye-Works. Ladies' and centlAmon'. MinJ, j.i cleaned at Loois Reiger.58K leffersoa street. DISTRICT AFFAIRS. The Cesnmtssloaersi In Messloa Tes. terdsy Hake Preparatlooa to lltwe the Ferataaeat Awi tags sa - Hala Btreet Kemeved Cotton Stored . In the Streets Alleya te be Vpeaed. A Qaestlen for . Tox-Poyera At the usual hour yesterday afternoon the legislative council met at the courthouse. The following members were present : Messrs. Porter, Overton, Galloway, Goyer, Goodbar, Brown. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved, after which the following business was transacted : RIVER INSPECTION STATION. A communication from Dr. R. W. Mitchell, of the National board of health, accepting the city quarantine grounds on President island as a river inspecting station, was read, received and adopted. The coirespondence was published in the Appeal a few morn ings since. 8TREET 8IGN8 ABOLISHED. The ordinance as to swinging and other signs was read and pnseed on second and final reading. It was published in the Ap peal a few days since. All signs have to be taken down by the first of June. CONDEMNED BUILDINGS. The report cf the committee on condemned buildings was read and adopted, as follows: The Report. the Honorable Legislative Oouncli: -mult-Your committee, to whom was re- "fh. "st of condemned property hereto at JTefJ. respectfully report as follows : Mailed, wen. jFFER30N STREET. wo. a anri AS w"'iront or brkk Prt should be ?f? 2. tneer if the owner will not. t7VZfS,. be taken down and front pC In safe sono tu. ' ST COLTIT 1";IT' No. 55 shouli Be taken dowrt. TH7BD STBEET. Kos. 242. 244. 24. 257 down or put In good sanlta rDaluon MUM HTBEltT' No. , old street railway stable, .'hJWTdhe stroyed and ground put In sanitary cond. engineer will piobably bave this to do. CAUSEY STREET. Second house In tbs alley, west side of Uusey street, and in rear of No. 2V. shou'd be destrgyea or put In good sat ltaiy ooudillon. Tbls will also bare to be done by tbe engineer. Kos. 2tl and 28 sbould be destioyed by the engl ne?f. MONROE STBEET. The rear of No. 72 shonld be destroyed and the grounds put In sanitary condition, Tbls will also have to be done by the engineer. OLD UNION STREET. House and outhouses In rear of No. 166 sbould be taken down by the engineer. GAYOSO STREET. Nos. 203, 205, 207 and 209. first story should be taken down and the second lett standing. Four bouses In Clcalla lou east of Gsyoso and Wellington streets and In rear of No. 250 Beale street sbould be aestoyed; has been paitlally com plied with. UNION STREET. No. 140 and bouse In rear of 140 sbould be de stroyed. House In rear of 151 should be destroyed. CALHOUN, OB SOUTH STBEET. Na 236 should be repeared and put In good sani tary condition. DESOTO STBEET. Ne. 289, engineer should destroy. HERNANDO STBEET. Na 230 and houses In rear of 239, and also In rear of 22',), sbould be destroyed. Na 21W. should be repaired and put In good sani tary condition. Tba other bouses mentioned in tbe repoit of the ooara ot ueaiia nave usen.orare oeing. aesiroyeaor repaired according to orders Issued by tbe board of 1 neaitn. Your committee would further state that some ac tion sbould be Immediately taken to prevent the many empty hou-es being used as earth closets. We lou. id unoccupied houses In a very unsanitary condition. J. M. UOODBAB, B, GALLOWAY. SIDEWALK ON BEALE STREET. The petition of John B. Parodi and W. H. Roberts, asking tor a sidewalk on Beale street, between Shelby and the river front, was reterred to the chief-of-police to give notice to property-owners to put down side walks. QUESTION OF TAXES. County Trustee George B. Fleece made a statement as to tbe collection of taxes from stuall dealers who cliflm that they are enti tled to an exemption of one tboasand dollars on the ad valorem taxes. He asked for a committee to examine tbe tax books and make the necessary report as to corrections. The matter was referred to President D. T. Porter and District-Attorney Heiskell to ex amine and report. SOUTH MEMPHIS MARKET. A communication referring to the unsani tary condition of South Memphis market was, read and referred to the city engineer as to the amount of repairs needed. NO ADDITIONAL WHARF BOATS. Rilpb Hicks petitioned for permission to place a first-class whartboat at the landing. On motion of Mr, Galloway the motion was rejected. SHALL ALLEYS BE OPENED? The petition of merchants doing business oa Front street, between Madison and Jefferson streets, praying that tbe alleys running east and west between Main end Front streets, and between Madison and Jefferson streets be opened to public traffij was reterred to the district attorney and engineer for a re port. The alleys referred to as closed are known as "Wnisky Cnute" and "Crystal Palace" ul'.cy. - x COTTON STORED IN STREETS. The follow ordinance offered by Mr. Oyer ton was parsed on first reading: Be it ordained by tht Ltaislatirie CmtnriL That sub-section V of 3B5. page lr3, of Helsketl's digest, be amended as follow-: All ot tbls sub-section alter the word "time." In tbe fourth lioe thereof. Is stricken out. and the rollonlng Is Inserted In the room and stead thereof: "And no cotton In bales or otherwise shall be placed or stored In any street, alley or open lot within the Taxlne-Dlstria t.- but all cotton shall heieatter be stared i r kept In ware- nouses or sheds in cell-Inclosed lots." MAIN STREET AWNINGS AND SHEDS. Mr. Gocdbar offered the following ordin ance, which was passed on tbe first reading: Be it ordained bv the TnixLilie flmir.tiL That It Is here jy declared a misdemeanor to have or erect any awning, shed or porch, where the same extends on or over the sidewalk In front of any house or Dunning on eitner side or Haln street, and anvone convicted thereof before tbe president of tbe fire and police commissioners shall be hoed not less than one nor more than fifty dollars, and each twenty- iusr uuurs cunuuuanm or any sucn awning, sued or porch, after tbls ordinance goes Into effect, shall wo uoouicu n uuuuui aim aepaxaie ouense. THE CITY STATIONHOUSE. The matter as to tbe bad condition of the city stationhouse was referred to the police ana nre commissioners, witb power to act. REPORTING NUISANCES. Dr. Thornton, president of the heAtth board, stated that he desired a more active co-operation on the part of the police de partment as to sanitary matters, as onlv two sanitary police are now employed by the neaitn ooara. uc. sorter stated that on Monday, at eleven o clock, a meetina- won Id oe neia at me cmce ot tbe chief ot do ice- when the matter as to the police reporting nuisances in toeir resDective Deata will rm considered. ADJOURNMENT. On motion, the council adiourned. snhiw.k . . i ntii . iu ma can ot cue president. Read B. Lowenstein & Bros, underwear advertisement. Leubrie J3ror. GREAT HOSIERY SALE. French brilliant lisle hose reduced from 1 isa to Hi2. Fine silk hose, all colors. $2. All of our ladies', misses' and children's bose redutwi. LEUBRIE BB03., Arbiters of Fashion. Klrkland'rt Karl A Wllaoa Cellars. A Fall tine of GesU' low Tien of bext makes and Cheap. J. 31. HIE,L tk CO . 814 Main afreet. Genuine Imnorled nofs Malt Extract. The true heJh bev erage. Highly re-commended for nursing mothers, thin, cold and aged people, con valescents, etc. Owing to its wonderfully nutritious qualities, it is f specially recom mended in epidemics and in fevers, where bodily prostration is great and life depends OiWo a nourishing stimulant. None genu ine without tbe label of Tarrant dt Co., cole agents, New York. For sale by all druggist and grocers. German 31i.llef, Hahatarlaa Heed and tsteelc Peaa, OTTO HCH WILL, CO.. 83 Mala satreet. HOW MANY are there in this land nn. faebled by coetiveness? Thousands are suf ferers. To them Dr. Cheek's liver invigor ator is a special boon. Do not delay using it. The Assignee's Hale of ClotnIn; Which has been in dispute for the last few days, will commence this, the twelfth day of May, and will continue from day to day un til sold. 247 Mala Street, Kg ar Jefferson. KlrLUand'a Ieat Kid. U loves. A wni d gs Mattresses. HUUTTKNgEKw, 3t Beeped st. BTrdaa' lce-eres aa aad Coafee- tlsaerles, 140 Hala. Best aad cheapest. HA5D-MADE FRENCH CORSETS! MENKEN BROTHERS Sole agents for the im Droved Side Srel and celebrated Health corsets. lbese goods are superior to any in this market, and are offered by ns at unusual ly low prices. Uur flZb corset is now sold for 85c. "The Upper Mississippi" Is the title of a beautiful forty-page book published for free distribution rates, routes and descriptions of summer resorts. Send fcr a copy to J AH. A. LION, 114 H. yoortn, BL Loala. Blothers! Mothers !! Jf3 others !! ! Are yon disturbed at nitrht and broken ot your rest by a sick child suffering and cry in a- witn tbe excruciating pain of cutting teeth r If so, go et once and get. a hottl9 of Mrs. Winslow's Kootbinir syruri. It will reliovA ine poor it lesunerer i- upon it: tt r is no n.' derrd is not a mt '" --n curtr-. it, who wi !' y i: . . regulate Iij ' , i , ie i , mother, and i eitui nid 'jK.i.t:i t j fv v i il operating use wagiu. - ii. hijci.j taie Ao use in au cases, ana pieasant to tne ta-i A PROMINENT DRUGGIST. ,BKRnsTOsrs Tu. Sn. ftth. 187ft My IVar81r nr the past two years 1 nave been selllnjr ClitTords Febrifuge, and for Chills and Ferer bave found nothing to equal It. or give sueh anlrt-r-aal satisfaction. I can heartily recommend u to .11 im.-ni with Chilis and Fever. C M. SPRING. Druiisiat and Bookseller FEBRIFUGE ' RESCUED FROM DEATH. My dear Ma. Richardson: My hearty thanks are due you and your Meiiicine, Clifford's Febrifuge. My wife and two children bad Ague tor nearly a year. Oulnine would not cure them and as a last resort I tried your Febrifuge and honestly think their taking It rescued them from death. Truly, &C, OLIVER SMITH, Ssringfleld. M6 FEBRIFUGE HIS OWN WORDS. bwtmli, Tttw rwr em, it. I hereby take pleasure In certifying to the efficien cy of Clifford's Febrifuge which I have used in my family, and And it every thing claimed for It by tbe proprietor, and superior to any I bave ever used. DA VXD a. HsRKIrtS. FEBRIFUGE ENDORSED. posrnac, Mich., July B. 1 878. IhtTe taken two bottles of Clifford's Febrifuge and w 1U not hesitate to say that it la tbe best medi cine for what it la recommended that can Deuseo. H. C. LLNABOBT. FEBRIFUGE TO AftY AfiO AIL . J?1TA :r.l January IS th. 1P79. I nereby certify tlirrtyniT daughter was afflicted with Chilis ttnd Fever for f ourteeu months, and ha, lag used em 7 thing I could hear of, found no relief until 1 was 1 nduced through tbe advice 90 some nends to use Clifford's Febrifuge which nas en - -sly cored hen. ". and 1 feel safe In iecommending It P'.. an4 all VI ho are afflicted In a lite manner. V au. J. A. MniiRMirr. luinriAtTrcman st J. C. RICHARDSON, - SU Lobv1 FOR SAXE EVERYWHERE. TfSJLEG KA31S Caeallea far and that may be) had T- I JQlay by Calllac at the OfHee at the Horn Ueamanea. List of undelivered telegrams remaining at tbe Western Union telegraph office, 33 Madi son street. Office hours from eight to (en and a-half o'clock in tne morning, and from six to nine in the evening: Joseph Caffrey, Miss Anne Bynum, Mills Koze, Mrs. Carrie Kennery, Der-ass k Co., H. W. Llgbtbume, J. K. Speed A Co.. 8. Kaizenberger Sons, Mr. Donovan, Geo. Macaey, R. W. Hums, Garrett Eilston, Orglll, Bros. A Co., Henry Bickerataff, Capt. Malngault, -A B. EcKboH 2, T. B. Sims 4 Co., N Mies Meriwether, E. A. Bpouwood, W. C. Watts. Slaughter Creel. 1KB A. cnase, Powell, Moffat & Co , James Speed, J. K. Newsom. T. 8. Xiy. w a. couins, SFOBTLttt N EW8, Sherry the Winner. Chicago, May 15. Tbe walking match, in which the contestants walked twelve hours a day for six days, closed at eleven o'clock to-night, with the following scores: John Sherry, 347 miles; Gus Omstead, 337; Cam pans, 327; Crossland, 315; Walpoles ,305; Caustin, 275. Sherry gets the first priz, $500 and the championship watch, together with $50 for the best time on rec ord. O'.mstead gets $300; Campana, $150; Crossland, $100. Hase-Ball Meerea. Worcester, Mass , May 15. Worces ter, 6; Bostons, 3. ' r Provtdencb, May 15. Trays, 6; Provi dence, 4. Cincinnati, May 15. Cleveland, 5; Cin cinnati, 3. Chicago, May 15. Chicagos, 6; Buffa lo. 3. Washington, May 15. Nationals, 7; Albanys, 2. NEW GOODS! SEW WOODS! liOKEB PRICE B. LOWiENSTEIN & BROS. We will open to-marrow, Monday, May".1"!1 10 cases ladies' underwear, 5 casrs infants' wear, 2000 ladies, linen suits, 1000 ladies' ulsters, 1000 misses' and children's suits, 5000 parasol. ! parasols! All at lower prices than ever before. B. LOWENSTEIN & BROS. will open to-morrow . 20 cases ! 20 cases ! Of those beautiful Scotch ginghams in new designs. B. LOWENSTEIN & BROS. will continue to sell Union bege at 8ic, Mohair b?ge at 15 e Union bunting, 10c; All-wool banting 22c Egyptian figured pique, 10s, Trocadero stripes, 15i. Our stock is very laege in all departments and we otter extra tndueements in order to reauce our immense stock. B. JLO WKXSTKI1V & BROS, leubrie Bros. BARGAINS IN WHITE GOODS. Leubrie's VictDria lawns, 122. 15s. ' Laubrie's white linen lawn. 15s, 20.3. Leubrie's dress linen. lOiZn. h.rooin. a( Ofl. Percales. 17-inches wide, nlain rlpaitrr.. lOn uaraiD" in rnmrnmg 8UK. LiEUBulE BBOd., Leaders In Low Prices Klrhlaad's Mil It Uasbrellas, at B SO Fink shoes and sliDDera in endless variatv. -1 . " Jt ai uiittum prices, ac AuiKit dt BBO.'a, 68 Beale street. To the Public To-dav (Sunday. &fav IR'hl hna Konn .a. lected as the day to hold memorial services over me (JOnlederate dead bnriaJ in El wood. Na tickets of admission will ha . quireu. Horses and vehicles will not be al lowed inside of the 7rnnnfiri ttfitr torn rrlb It is to be hoptd that all who visit FAmmnnA on this holy day and on this solemn nr-r-aainn wm iu uuserve tne proprieties, and so conduct inemseives as gentlemen and ladies ai to dis arm and aila. if possible, the ana borror with which many of our Dest people regard what they con sider a desecration and violation of the Sab bath the decoration of craves nn Snail.. But should any one forget the day and place and do any act or trespass, he or aha maw A.nnl 1 I.'-- f - - mien uy ma puuee, wno are instructed 10 preserve oraer. joseph lenow. . President. Klrkland's Isaported Hoveltles. Custom-Hade stoots aad Shoes. A Luce, rresh Rtsek. ruimsi.SSHniia tlrt T. P. Turner, Dentist. 31? Main street. J alius IVaele A Co No. 1ST Main street, Dealers in foreio-n and dnmpatin rrocerien Swiss and limburger cheese and mustard, red and white wines by tbe gallon or dozen, fine liquors, cigars, etc. We offer our goods at the loweet market prices. Delivery tree. L.eubrie Bros. Silk mitts, all colors, 40c, worth 75c. Kid gloveo, 25c; a 50c glove. Parasols, fans, ruching, ribbons, suits, un derwear. The choicest goods at the lowest prices. LEUBRIE BROS., Leaders in Style and Low Prices. Assignee's Sale of Clothlnr. vieats Furnishing: Goods, and rraoki ana Valises, To wind np the business of E. Lshnaan, No 247 Main street. These goods must be sold reirardlesa of cost Or value. This is a bona fide sale to positively - quit business. There is a large stock on band which mutt bt) sold a speedily as possible to settle with hirficriditors. The isle is strictly for cash. Store tor rent and all tbe fixture for sale. V t'iii im Waaltli. , .. . i i ; ..4 Hcnt.... UI.M ll: lli UyCO, ' - i... i. , v. f -. '.'7i S -ti J i . '. i-' Court . ... i r - Iiad'es Jt)tntant by l l iqu i ii. Flojd's Fine Goods! New Goods! Popular Piicesl B. LOWEU GOWNS! GOWNS ! GOWNS ! eugea CHEFtllSES ! Fine q aalitj PUCF.1ICCC ! Taffed Yoke, with inserting trimmed, embroi-UnCUllOL-O i dered edge, 75 cents. SKIRTS! Fine musliDdeepliem,tnreeclur,tersot tucks 75c CWIDTO F Cambric flounce, Cambric flounce, OIilII IO : DRAWERS ! DRAWERS ! DRAWERS ! Good quality 1 ine muslin, or tucks, MISSES' AND CilTIIiWREN'S CTOEISWEABl lafaaita' Wear! lsftsts' Weul Car set Cetera I FIllsw Skawi! Free eh Haad-made svad C;reta I Aproasl Aproas! all lies. TVe rlalaa tm siawe the ISwat Ccswpletei tadrrwear leprt snewt awd larawra' Wear Department la this eouwtrj. Bad war rBI(7k AS L9W AS THK LOtTEsTt B. LOWENSTEIN & BROTHERS Mlaafi Stat Mi I Kir kland's llnlaundried Shirts, 6 for $5.' Krkfnd's Best Unlaundried Shirts, $1 each T. M. E'KEE Has given tbesa B001 bl1 pelaA Atteatlesi. and can assure bis customers of .Varxalaa. Kirkland's" Undershirts, 50 cents each. Kirkland's l.V?en Drawers---finest and best. GREAT REDUCTION AND FURHISHING GrOOBS! Wice Stilt at Business Mnits at All-wool Nnlts at 'nasi mere Knits at Cheviot nits at Fine lrss Waits at Pants at Hants all wool at. Fants finest quality at-. White Vests at White Vest at White Vests at... Immerse In ductions la Boys , rUBMSHlNG GOODS .SSJsJ im tmj i. wnnr nnnnrf-nnitv. aa vh hint a N.B Fo: tbe accommodation of tbose otherwise BLUFF CITY GLOTHSMG HOUSE TEA3IBOAT. 1880. 1880 NOTICE to PLEASURE-SEEKERS TOLRISTS, Etc. Excursion Memphis to S t. Pfiul aid Minneapolis and Return. Tickets Good to October 31, ISfiO Leaving MEMPHIS by tbe Steamers ot tbe St Louis & Vicksburg Anchor-lice ITEBT tidsy, Taesday, Wedaesdsy, Thars day aad Prldsy, at S p sa , ass aa saadsy, at'IO aae. Arriving at ST. LOUIS, yoa can select your route, by HIT KB Oa BAIL. Fare as LOW as by any other route. For Information apply at office on WHABK BOAT. AD 8T0BM, SoperlntendenL Memphis, May 13. 18i0. Special Kotice. Bv mnhVI agreement of the under- tlj4 .i?nd h S:r- Jo' Harr Wltb-4tffitil H VI ."'Tilterlvertrade on May 22d and le- ?.!?..mnn j ' 17tb: tbe8lr.Hard Cash with sumes again on Toa. .,,4. c.k. i d?J?? iR.V -tding the oull season, and ir?v. xuu. muui .nnit, to maka ixusessar giving each bt anoppoi. repairs. a-t.t indt.nDllv Bill nillTT, BlUlCr. STbT HARD C AfiH, B. C t-o"i-"ester. FOR ARKANSAS RPT-L Memphis and Pine Bluff O. 8. MaU Line. '"J "f Rhiff I III), . ll,ii..h V.. C 'LLi Oi- J . U.I . 1.11. . . T. . .... u ,H yi.u . ' . w.. I I St AUMKIaIaG. 4. e. uumga master I en as. ss. Masselmao..ciera . May luth, at 5 p. in. Leaves as above WEDN KSDAY Mot Uelebt or Dassiure apply to JOHN N. HSKRIN. Sop't. Front t- FOR NEW ORLEANS. Southern Transportation Line For Vicksburg, Natchez and Mew Orleans Steamer XewMaryllttusion Charles Miller master I Elliott Miller clerk will leave as above SUNDAY. MalWb, all 2 m. Eot freight or passage, apply t J. T. WASHINGTON. Aeent. o 814 Front, np-stalrs. FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS. 8t- Spools aad VleUabnrsr Aseasr Mae-- V. m. naltFOB CAIRO AND ST. LOVIH. Belle Hempliis, 4ii Crane master. Will leave the Anchor Line whartboat MONDAY, May 17th, at 6 P-m. Kor freight or passage apply te AD. 8TOBM. rJup't. on wbarfboat. St. Lents and Ylekssarg Aaeher Llae C . 31 all FOR CAIRO AND HI. LOUIS. folin 15. Mande.Jj Brolaskt ...master. Will leave the Anchor Line wharfboat SUNDAY. MaylrXh, at 10 a.m. ror freight or passage apply to AD STORM, otip't, on wharfbost. FOR V1CKSBURO. Ht. Lrfisin sad Virbsairc Aaehor jlse tiaited wratew Jtall Jx)Jt VICKSBVXV. City cf sfwreenvilles, B. K. Rllev master. Will leave tbe Anchor Line wharfboat TUESDAY. May lstn. at 10 a. in. For freight or passage apply to AD Bl bup'U Mt. Aioals aad Vlrkkbarg Asehsr Mae- cait:a siaies ne.iituu vivksbvrq. Gold. Dust, M'Cord master. Will leave the Anchor Line wharrnnai nrrwniv May 16lh, at li am. For Ireleht or OMsaira annlt w AU. o I una, eun-i. nn WdHiroonl. FOR LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI Memphis & Ohio River aJiPACKET CO.yPANY.Saa. FOB Cairo, Louisville and Cincinnati TEAHEK8 AJiDY BACH, C0-S MILLAR, JAMES W. GAFF, TINT SHIXKLE, JAS. 1). PARKER, YIRGIIE LEE. Steamers of tbls line leave Memphis for CAIRO, 1UUIVILLE AND CINCINNATI Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays AT 5 OCLOCE P.M., Connecting at Cincinnati a-lth Railroads and Steam ers tor au Eastern, Northern and Western Points, Giving THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS, OHIO AGO, TOLEDO. BUFFALO. RICHMOSD NEW IO&K, WASHINGTON OITT, PHILA DELPHIA AND BOSTON. Eastern tourists will And the T a Belle River Rmira Safe, Delightful ana Economical. Rates by this line Cheaper than anv nthp flKt.lasa miita Maj.1. arul Slaterooma Free. BagiraKe checked through. sVaVPassengers can rely on a splendid trip by tbls me, as uie steamers are all nrst-ciasa, having been zyrcnsiy ouut lor ine accommodation or paseen- era. nacn sieamer carries a riui binng nana. For fuil lotormaUon. apply to B. W. L1GHTBURNE, Oeoeral Freight and Ticket Agent, No. 7 Monroe atret. H em Mi la. FOR WHITE K1VEK. Memphis & White River Packet. Besralar ladepeadeat Hesaphls aad white Kiver taoket For Araruata. a, jaoksoopon Searcy, and way point. The reguiarluu.e;euue'i! Packet UABD CASH. Jrc Ed. C. Postal master I Charles Postal.... clerk Wilt leave Memphis EVERY WEDNESDAY, al S p.m. For freight or paasagu apply to ft. W. LKsHYHUBrTS, No. 7 Monroe st., opp. Peabooy hotel J. T. WSHISfHTON. o-, WHmr'U.t KOR ST. FRANCIS RIVER. Memphis and Pt. FranoU U. 8. Malt Line - steamer JLEatesville. - . K. JODltn master I A. L. Rannlno Leaves Memphis TUKaDAY anit luiiuv"r'. tor Marlanna, tbeCot-ofl and all Intermediate land haga. ror Irelgbi or baasatre apply on hoard, or tn t. kWn.U Him'l Kl.li; OSC't-OLA. Trl-v.reklr I', at. Mail Anli, Klilt-v i -l . STEiH & BROTHERS Well made, of good material, trimmed rith a neat edge, at 65 cents. Fine muslin, four clusters of tacks, trimmed with embroidery, at 85 cents Pointed Tolie.with three rows of inserting and tucks. witn embroidery, $1. tried with inserting and edge, princess shape, trimmed Torchon princess shape, trimmed edge, 1. and well made, 75 cents. trimmed embroidery, two elusive rs bias tucking around, 7 o cents. Extra size a specialty o CLOTHING .ft OO reduced Ireut . 7 SO reduced from. . O OO reduced fiva .. 1J4 SO reiluc'd froTO - 15 OO reduced from. . If OO reduced from..- 2 OO reduced from 3 OO reduced from 4 SO reduced f r m 75 reduced from 1 OO reduced from 2 OO reduced from Children's and Youths' CLOTUIXG. 8 50 ... IO oo ... ia oo ... 16 OO ... 20 OO ... 2 a so 3 OO ... 45 O .... O 50 1 oo ISO 3 50 All lines per cent, below former prices. Ism stock wblch we ar bound to dispose of.. engaged during tbe day, our store will herealier aea I t? yyciM L.iLs Practical Builder OF FINK T KEEP A BKLECT 8TOOC (exelnsHwelr Oft A. Biy awa aafartarr) uu.aiiilLl, OS HAND. I am also prepared to build (TO CB DSR) aay ar all or the nstlera stales F Hstarsripv, and Mimuy tjarrisees now in use. t use notblna but the VKSY Blia f MATERIAL, an employ smcuy nrst-ciass mecnanica. BUPAIIIIXU, In all Its branches, done promptly and In tbs best wiaiwr s . t ,,". 44 a . t. STANTON HOUSE, thattanoosa, Tennessee. rpHE Palace Hntl of tbe South. Sublime scenery. X deliitLtruI atmosphere, beautlfnl grounds. The lavorlte winter report for Nonnern invalids and pleasure -seekers. The snrtng and summer for Southerners. WAIT x BSALK, I'rop'ra. J. C. Derby, late of Blount tiprlmrs. Ala .Manairer S600 REWARD ! WILL be psld by tbe undersigned for tbe deliv ery to tbe sheriff of Desoto county. Miss., or to onrseive. or the body, dead or alive, of Kir. KKLMM, Celoret, who wailald and assassin ated MDKL8 ARMIdTKlD. on E li. Hart's planta tion, four miles we-t of Horn Lake Deoot. beeoui I tl I eW'nt'' Miss, on t-unriay nieht. May 9. lSO. Tbe .' Td. Nelms Is a ruber dark covper colored ne. ui,! -a iseims is a runer dark cope m Ti'h. it 5 fett to 7 inches bleb, i RS wwn.1' Q"are bull', subtly n lh2.ZSi.- 22 o 2- old. ran weighs 14S to roui.d or stoop. .i 1 .. . - to z.f T-sri old. round laca. lar.A wiiihi lUsTtsfv . . . - . " i amnrtth fofek.,d- ratber rood ceuntenaoee; wore a .mail r.ut m."w5cne when last seen; bis two mid. die upper reets n1 e:ini well apart, lar enoniib to run a an. cn or ,ara S4raw Detween tnem, ii.. - h..i .r .ecnaio lally aomlna- through and between tbem Ha 18 , of,Bui "e-ros. aud baa been living with bis uNneron H. V. Abbey s up- rer plantation. abeiitrrven,1!eeH oi noriotk tnd- in. Desoto enntf . M.'ss., aiJd waa last seen oeer that place on tbe dsy afuir tbe murder. He baa rel atives living In Memphis, lenn.. on Prealoent's Island, and In Tuulca nt.nty, Mlsa. ArpllcaUon baa been made by the prefer parties to the oo emor of Mlaslsslpitf to oO.- AD avid Itlonal reward, which will no d uU be done a. tfoon as rmsaioie. ARMISTEAD, U NDER BhDIfORD. l.n. bbura. reaee r 'inly. Mlsa. Cll5Wl!!2fcJSkdT0l! er rj.a. A b."" 1. cloJ Hu.'.r.'l o.l It . i. -t tmm1.- -uU J "ll'.'l II t every pritt j1q bv 41 f"- free, to .'. - 4j-i- A '- ' 'T. ' Hvdraulic Presses. IZZZJL'X'I l eeasary pumps, perfectly ads pted for mauui'sxsure of uotion-eresi oil. Ainrras Hm ln. r. .. new Sieger & Goldhaunif Cor. J KFFERSON & 8EC0 D STS TTTAVK received a Full Line of "all Style and 11 bhtulea of GE.ry sPRixa SUITINGS. rsr-Tfcev aia mire to please in Style. Fit and Pries INSURANCE. J. J. MURPHY. AIDBPHT. Murphy & ;Ji1urphyv BEMOYID.TO No. Q Mac? loo xx St. (In rear of Cotton Exchange.), jaemphis, - - - Tennessee. ft LY First-Claas Companies, einnouaes aa V- Country Stoies Gpeclalilea, W. A. F AIRES s CO (Sueceasors to J. B. W. A. Falree), Dealers In IIOIISi:S and MUIiKS, No. 55 Union street. T E keep eonstantly on hand a cbolea selection vv ot norsew aua aluies. KvenUiix guaras- ririSA 1 li(.1 LEK LINK STEAMERS. For Uleadale. lleleaa aad Jnara a-ela J times Jjeo. jz? t Stack Lee master Lord W. Whitlow. ..cm; win leave as above on every MONDAY. WKDNKSOAY and Rill A Y, at 4 P.BU OfHeo Nn. S Msnlson tree. FOR ARKANSAS CITY & GREENVILLE. Adaas eir-aat-wfi-ui y I m. Hall or Arkansas City, Pine HlulT RAtlroaO, ureenvliie, and all way lanJInns The eleant steamer Ouachita ISeile, Mark B- Cheek. . .mister I A. L. Cniamtna...ceiC Leaves as above EVERY MONDAY and TBUH3 PV. a R p wi ftrlw. Nn. H Ma,ltwn m. GIIOLST LY LightOamages V i ( . i 1. V. a. . -ft" 1 aja. All Byljltjreet. , and jsjfte prescription of one of t; ,. .... ,