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THE MEMPHIS IDAXX, V APPEAL-STJIsTDlY. MAY 33. 1SSO.
Deterinineil to Keep up tlio Great Sa le OFFEIt Itronger Attractions Than Ever Onr IireM Good, Silkj.. Natin, Wrap, Mantle, must all go. We offer a line of all nhades of Matin at 5 cents. We offer a line of all taliate or Hatlu- at 75 rent. We offer a line of all shade ot Nation at 1. A line of Colored Satin do l.yonn at 05 cu '. A line of I'aintod Foulards at 75 cent. lonb!e-f old all-wool Hunting at 45 cents. I.nce Hunting at 25 cents. Wrap and Mantle at S3 per cent, under tout. Ilet Fancy riiral way below cot. ISalancc of our Japanrio Parasol below cost to elote. Xovelticft in Larmand Trlmmlocu at cot. L.Inle I, ace and Kid Glove, bent make, at exact cost. IJnen Suit, l'lter and Diiater at cot. Attraction extraordinary in Millinery Department. 500 cnv of rVoeltle. bought under value, and offered tre- mendoiiHly low. Our line of I5 to5 imported .lata offered at the uniform price of 610. yAlOand l!S Hats oflercd at . and $6. TliOUandi and thousands of Ij'glioruM offered 50, 75, and 91 FayaU and Vdot In all varieties. Heat Flowers and Feathers at half price. Bargain immense in all department. ICEMEE, HBRZOG & S3. OE OOLLfiH 18 TUB YEARLY Subscription Prioo VOK TUK Weekly Appeal AUCTION MAIiKS. Administrator's Sale, at Anctlon. HOUStHOLD AND PERSONAL FFFECTS OF THK LATE JENN- LBWld, Friday Worntn. Wot h. ot lO o'clock, AT T1X MAIN 8THEKT, A. ni 'Miiaiii. Aortloicrr, James Rrtilm. Fnh ! Artmirtmrwtor. PIlKMOMAJL. UVCK EYE 8A LVK FOR PI LE3-8old by all dru r it(t. rQ rmn rr hotr'e matm Ami isoAiii). Mas. COX. lt:i fifth avenue, corner Tenth street. New York. Superior board; elegant room; SMI Wfklr; gadn'ly. OOM Nicely furnished moms lor rent to gen lleraen, ai i itj kuun iireet. MK8. C. P. FRFEMXN LJOOilS Nice luiUlliel rooms, clieiip, t "TV N MAIN HTHFTTT. fTTATCH - A imill nold w-Uch on Manassas street, VV between the rtaielgb ro. I anil railroad, on the mtfrnlnn of the lKth. A reward will he Riven for the natch, If returned to tbe Sisters of St. Mary, Hn'i PoplT !"rwl, rriwo cows and hkifkr-5 KKWABD Frra JL Kelson's tmrn. on the Pnducnb road, near tileneoe. two sows and one nelfer: one or the cows fellow, w'th wl- e horns; the. other black, with white face, back and breartt; tbe lielfer In brown and while color. Any Information should be sent to 72 I'irt Mr-el:. VenmM. or lr. F. nitrlil. i-ileneoe). - NTlCAYfjfi OUt STOLK. OVI-t 10 RKWARD On Wednesday, Maj 12th, ly a red Jersey eow, with soeekled blaze ou bead; mall horn turned In. A ieard of ten dollar for Uie return of th d w. or Information that may lead to her reeovrr : r.OKHKI,, i4reenroon- Kursrv. WA ATX A8-I.ST.NT In the kitchen; man or woman, while .r colored ; ood wages. Apply Imine- dfveiy. at ;il Bueioy irwi, rrAENANT-Kor three nice airy rooms; one who la I ii .m, ahUtA Luii ii alraiilnir fur tWO ner- sonsin oid-rss put r-ayiiwat prewired. Apply.it CUONK VS. Grocery. North Jackson St. OOD COOK at rr Pontotoc treet. TKACHKK3 Ladlea lany tl-ntd muslo teach r; four for muilo and uri; three for eloaulMin, eto. Ueiitieman (Preabylerlan) aislMiint lor south ern acnilemj: many mlir cieairubie Viicanclea. Central School Attency. P14 f "e at.. 6t. Louis. Mo. AY-JOAltDKBS at lUrt Atlanta exreeu Good tahln. SITUATION To do housework; best or rererenoea Klven. A'Mres B. L .. Arpeal ofllce. TACUlNK HAN OS AND CAKPENTKH8-T0 lYL good machine bniida and four good earpt-n-lera. Apply to M. H. CoOVhB A CO., 1 tl I - l a Wa-lili n.i n sneet. Meniphla. KUU4JIHT Mut be a "rid tale. Address j( iH H Ed-SKN CO.. 'JJO Poplar t, C?ITl!ATION-ln Dniir bustn. wholesale or re O t"H: twen'j jearsexpeilenee; gailsfm-lorfierer- tDWl!enA dilrein M. , 2iJt I ( M al u U "TpAKM To excharKe for a Wfll-lmproved farm In Ji Phillips or Lee county. Ark . a No. 1 well-Ira-t.rored farm In lUywood county. Tcun.. containing 622 acre. Address JOlirJ U. iHKKN. " BrownsTllle, Tenn. KOTtTno HTALLION3 KOU SEA31N OU 1HKO. We have ason of Kj.filjck's ' llamll kailaii." and a son ot Dr Herr a Ma ot.rluo Patchen," and a I- rve a'yllth blaok Jiick. which we keep for pulillo eervice. We huve hue iiaalurea, aud crazs borm s and mule for Hie city. HUH B D. AND JOHN B. URKKR, HIT inlle j,,ulhe!l o! the city. FOi: UKAT. CXITFAUK One-and-a-half-lory coltae; aeyen J room, 44 tteo'gla street, near Hernando ears; rent low tlurliut summer Month. KLitntNK B. LTiSN. at Mnrmr A R'.litely's. :.H MmllM-n st. NICK uoTrAWK Klre rooms, aeiyants' room, kitchen au.i bathroom; twrfect repair. Atpl to Emmet I . wialwop. at 1 T. Karu ison A Co. t5oOM3-tiei7t.r. well lurnlfilied; JJ rooms on V Bluff, near business: lanre Kronml full Irult; bathroom, barn. e;a; Kood vie of mer. city. o eniinent bulidum. etc.; will rent for the summer to good family. J. OOI.IHHI'HV. paventrrxt. li'wa. HinjK LAU 4K ilutaK-bH room, lu thor JT ough repair, pleasant lociitlou, large ard, ooU pure water, at w'"'ip,TBBKT? C10AL VAhD On ifadlaoa street, now occupied bi C. B. Hryan A Co. . . .. . . REaiDKNC(u-Noit. 105 and 100 Madison, and VIA Court treet. Apply to K. H. 8'iowden, or ,VW, .V jVI )0() K Mt10Wj HOUttK-A law anu coumiiHiiou limine, eon tnininn thlruwn mollis, and two detailed COT TAilKd of tm rooms each, wlib a (rood sinln aud a canlen spot, at pewanee, lenneRsee. 1 be house U partly lurulsheil, and Is suitably located for boardlmihoiue aud hotel. Kor terma, eto., apply to T. IL AKilriTBONO. 8ewaneeL Kia.iklln county. Tenn. TjOOM-Lartte tinf urnUPe-4 front room, with small XV room oouiiectli u. can le had. with good board, at 72 Court st reel. Keferences required. r . iii uo if..v,,,uti'if r (iiirnniihhed. alnitle or In tV salts, without biard: aptinujenls suited lor llttht hounekeenn. ai j.'l JelTer'ioii sweeu OOMS ..iiriilhwi r.Hiiu. b(5 toSS per moulli, (17 Jfferi" streer FOKC SALE. HITZKKLD'3 HI'MVIKK 8TOVK3-For oil. fluid or gas. at '.!KiS dec mk! ireer. Memphis. rXT8PKItoKKlCrK-LH:uu'd ui a rich Demo 1S cratlt oounlr tn Kentucky. LonK established, and doing a good business. Presses aud type Uit elasaand a I new. Ill lie.i.ih iea.uii lor wautUuc to ell- or Information io APPKAL, ileuiphls, Tenn. lCriLCU CoWb AND hKK k VaT fLK For sale 1VJ. Cheap, at i. A. t OUB EST A CO.'d. ill Monroe street. ONE Iirm.-hert KnpTtr.r a id ptni:onrr B.llJr. lo horne tKwer. Willi rit)-sar O'n and Kretier. AJm, Utl-lnrh Bradiord Mill aud Meaiu Power Press, wltu bhaliliuf. Pullejs aou uciiuig a" iu . first-class condition. Also, Buliolng In which said machinery la placed. 11.., en ,tk nf lvell Mfltl Ujliiim. Mactilnery to be seen In running order near Stray born, TU) county, Alhsls-ippl, 13 mile west of tienatobta. Apply or ad,ires J. M. WOODSON. Mi Dlo rn. MtHslaslppI, or OKU1LL BHtlTUKttd A CO.. Mrmilils. Tennessee. TOT-The two .wanTli"'. Nosffiii and (10. as .2 laid dowu on WllliamsoD MT map. on west side of Dunlap street, a short dlsisuce north of the bayou: each M by 14M feet deep: will be sold low fur cash, apply to K Hll HMoNO. ji) Mad . son street TjMNK Hl IT kAKM-IUir uilie from Hernando, X1 Miss ; liaj acres; line bou.e. suitable lor sutn uier residence or Investment. Address JotsKPH HOODMAN. Hernando, Mlss. HOlidK-On Jeaereim'Vtreet eiietided. No. JlJl'J; eight rooms-, lingo yatd; trims cvihortliue, with luieieat. Apply to L. W. lU'MES. Hii Mallon sL BlLLlAHU-1 AHLh Vine Druiiswlca make; standanl sue; nearly tiew Apply to Crystal Palace oalimu. U UiS J-;0. IJH1NTI"aNI BIND'KhY slATEUIAL-Uulia XT a larxe quantity of sev nd-hand material for sale. In ijuaiiiiile to suit pnicliaieis. Ibe above material comprises the e.-.ti,Oiislimeut ot the late Jivyla prlutlug Company, wh.cti we now own. tt. C. luoK A leiiiphl. 7NI,1NK ANlTrlolLriU-tjhamnK, "tmileys aud XLi bangers.j.omplete. J. V. P4TICK. "tiM-OLlilNU ANU COliN-MILL. CHEAP- In r.rst . JJ class order, if appUonltuii l male immeoiiueiy; engiiw l i-lnch cyllnuer and :4-lin t sUol.e. AI o, a Hhio ire MiK'iie, of Lalia make, Cliic'.' u.iU. Ireinlre st Cwrtietn erlior. VM et-oii.t street. IlliATTITtli'. J, XY. K O A' ,1 eu li i KOS 91 alar (ttrect. BEST BET OK TKETU TEN DOI.LAR3 lj Kiiliiiirs Two lwliars rJllver and 1 In Killings tine Dollar tta aud Eitraciliig, raci XllyCouU HMI.rnrllnn I. ,.r utrril CHARLES H. ERICH, . MBJtCT IMPOaTC'A OF ISolieiziian CSlusbU'axe French & American China, EISIWSWAPT?.! on Kar-FtJlort-a. .1'n-ror. ti. coilr(.i !- l lulttt, Aanle.'e.fte r-"-I cr i t.-i -.r hi it .r. .- i . t . - V ,- - WOO ft 00. public interest in their This Week KELIUIOUS SERVICES TO-DAY OT. MARY'8 CATHEDRAL. Services at 11a.m., O and 1 Ao p.m. f1 ERMAN PROTESTANT CHUBCB Third Irtet j rreacnuig at luutu am. A LABAMA STREET PRESBYTEBLAli CHURCH XI. Usual services by the pastor. CJT. JOSEPH'S CHDRCH Mass at 7:80 .m.; hlri kj mass at 10 a.m.; vespers at a p.m. r AIID8RDALE STREET PRESBYTERIAN JJ cUUuCH-buiiday-bcoool UulO a.m. rvuiKinri. fTFtTTRCH ttealt ttrmL Divine ser L vice at 11 a.m. and ot a p.m. dunuay-achoi-l at 1 p.m. nnrtri PB?flRVTy.kl AN m TTRCH Cheltta ttrtet X-6ervicea at 11 o-m. and Af p.m., by the pastor- ST. PATRICK' Corner UndenanA Doto ttrrfU. High Ma.- at 10 a.m.; vespers and p react ing at 1 :M p. m. LJ ERNANDO STREET M. E. CHURCH. Preach- LX log by ltev. uuutord Jones, pastor, at u w.tu and 7:4. p.m. . f 1ALVARY CHURCH. Will be open for divine V J service to-day morning and evening, the rec tor omciauiig. , MEMPHIS BETHEL Adam ttrtet, corner VhurUAUm avenue. Sunday-school every 8un- day at 2U1UP.1H. flEOROIA STREET METHODIST CHURCH.-" jT Preseblng at 1 1 o.m. and 7U10 p.m. by ttev. I. a,, i reauweii, pastor. , . CtnriRCH OF THE GOOD r?HEPHKRD OluUta J bervlces by Rev. Oeerge Moore at 1 1 a m. and 8 p.m. ounday-scuooi at u a. m. OIXTH STREET M. X. CHURCH Corner nf O titzth cuttt Jitekmm ttretU, furl rtckenng. Services at 11 am. and 3 p.m. PROVIDENCE CH APEL Cenrol Point. Pastor, J. 6. Alerrtweather. Services ot 11 a.m., 3 and 1 p.m. buuday-echool at 1 ilO p.m. CUMBERLAND PRESwYTERIAN CHURCH -Rev. B. A. Jonee. pastor. U Court strwt Rev. B. A. Preaching at 11 a.m. aifcl 8 p.m. 1 RACEEPISCOPALCH0RCH ernandbsfresf VJT Rev. or. Dalzeil. rector. Service ot 11 o.m. and 8 p.m. cundat -school ot 9 0.111. rT. jonx'3 M. K. CHURCH Corner of Tones and JjoudtniaU tlntU bervlces at 1 1 o.m. and 7.a0 p.m.. euiiUay -school ul a p.m. ST. PETER'S CATHOLIC CHURCH-First mass at 7 a. ui.; second mass at a.m.: High Mass, with sermon at 10:30 a.ux Vtaper at 7 Uti p.m. i AKFARAN3 STREET M. E. CHURCH, 80UTH -O Preaching at 1 1 a.m. and 8 p.m. by the pastor, Rev. T. C. Holmes. Sunday-school Ot 640 o,m. SECOND CONGREGATIONAL eHaTRCH. Orleam ttreet, between Limten and Beak. Sanrtoe at 1 1 a in aud 7.80 p.m.. by the pastor. Kev. H. & WU lUllls. EC0ND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Corner of O Main and Ueale ttreett. Sabbath-school at 9:80 a.m. eel vices at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m., by Rev. W.W. Houston. LINDF.N STREET CHRISTIAN CHURCH Bun-Oar-school at 9 a.m. Lord' supper 10:80 am. Preaching ot 11 am. and 8 P-m. Rev. J. M. Trlble, pastor. IjAlKST METHODIST CHURCH Mtcond ttreet, I? near yiiar. Preaching at 11 am. and 8 n m . t the nastor. Rev. R. H. Mabou. Sunday. school at V0 a.n ITIIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Oorner of IJ ThiM atit rnptnr afrssfs. Communion service &t 1 1 j n, sriH itrrtMAhimr at tt n.m.. bf the Das- tor, Rev. ugene AranleL f-lR3T BAPTIST CnURCH.-Sorl sfreef. be jitrn Adaii atut Wwihiwjtun. services at 11 a.m. and 8 p ra. by the paaior. Sunday-school ot MUlOa.111. beats all free. ERMAN EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH V T Wnrhmuum ttreet, bellmen Third and tXirth. Service at 10 :.'!() a.ui. iSundayhool at V a.m. Rev, T. CetiMO, miulster. C CENTRAL METHODIST CHURCH 187 Tnion J street. PreHcblug at 11 a.m. ond at 7 J)0 p.m.. by the pastor, Kev. d. W. Moore. Heats tree. All Invited, especially joung people. Sunday-school ot It a-m. CUCNTRAL BAPTHT CHURCH. Second ttreet, I mar tva!. ounday-fcbool at V-iiil a.m. Ser vicjs allla.m and 8 pui.byRev.T J.Rowan, pastor. Subject of the morning sermon: "Christ aud Bethlehem." C CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH (COLORED) J Ctirnrr oVuix and Desoto tree-Rev. James Lo.t, pastor. Preaching at 11 a. in., 8 p.m. and 8 p m. Rev. Dr. Montgomety, pastor of the First Rspilst clmrcli. Second street, will preach at 8 p.m. butiuay school at 1 p m. . CHELSEA BAPTIST CHUPCH-Comer of Mia and tfth ttreet. Rev. W. H. Barkwlale, the tiastor, commences this morning o series ot mest lns. to be contluuei through tbe week ot 8 p.a. Dr. J. R. Graves preaches ouoday night. IViONS! WHOLESALE GROCERS, MEUPUIs... TESSEB8EE. The odvwtage you net In buying Iraitsj from us Is this t The Leano-a ore tokea Ulrnet from the Steamers on their Arri val inNew Orle ins or New York; shipped by r'-nt rreloh t to Memphis, ond placed at once In our Bne cellars, which are partly above ground, with tree ond terfect ventila tion, ond Alwojro Col. All Lemons are caretully examined, oud none but per fectly sound fruit (which is entirely free from decay) shipped- we receive large shipments Weekly from r'reau arrival ot Steamers, and can 011 orders promptly. Wbea parties wish to buy In lots et one hundreJ boxes or more, we make special prices. Will be glad to receive o trial order from jou, ond feel sure we can please you, both In quality ond In price. OLIVER, FINNIE& CO LOCAL I'AlUURAL'liS. Eitivul park concr rt this afternoon. The West Court street pavement question hUDizs tire. The GsLinir k:os0B bas opened at the layous und lakes. The Teutimia sssoeiatiew Jelegates will meet at the Mie inercbor hall this morning. T.v morrow fteiuoon the torse trots and nri-ipc matches will come iff at Olympic I'trf'.. H,!f it di zn arrest were made bv the ro!i yts't rday aod last night en (he charge ot t'.ruukecDts. The .Bounce men t made of the death, by drowning, of Colonel W. T. Avery, cast a L-loom over the city Ids', evening. Tbe ordinuoce prohibiting the storage of o'.fou on the street and alleys when 11 I iiau ,gi'J ly ram, bis pait. on final read ing. The r-ConliJeraU8 with their lady It n't, ill will meet at an eai ly day and com plete the organization ct tbe Memorial as sociation. The picnic to be given by the Chelsea 1'b.oQix club last Friday night, will be held to-morrow (Monday) night at Leath orphan asylum rrove. Tbo excursion bv Bt. Peter's cburcb, which was to come erf last Thursday night, will take place on Thursday night, June 3d, on the Cons Millar. Tbd Atlantic, -lissuiaippi and Ohio rail road company bs issued a. guide book to cummer homes in tbe ?iot&in of Virginia ulotifc tii e line of the road. . A cotton rr'alk or'plant a foot in length, from tbo convict plantation superintended by (ioUin tfo-ccn President's uland, reached t be A rPB-L c lhoe yesterday. - Concert at Estivul patk this ufternoon aod niht, (rum tour to eleven o'clock. Ad mission, twenty fivo cent. Handworker's bead will furnish delightf ul music Of tbo tAcuiy-Cve chair in tbe criminal court-ioon), but two of them remain uomu- OliTBr. FiniiiB & Co evidence of the elrcant Gothic work per formed by somebody with a pocket kntte. Tne tables in tbe criminal court room bear like mirks made by the whittlerg. The Wisconsin Central railroad company ha,) issued a pamphlet conta'tung illustrations aod descr'pttons of summer ond pleasure re sorts in Wisconsin and en Like Superior. Tbe faithful oyster's gone and went. Ah I we blm well remember! He wont be worth o contlnent- XI cuss till next September. John G. Whlttler. The ordinno?e as to takiosr down porches aad sheds on Min street did hot pass a sec ond and final reading before the legislative council yesterday, bat was passed over to the next meeting. From the music publishing house ot J.mes A. M'Clure, Nashville, has been is sued a piece of sheet music, enuuea, vae to General Andrew Jackson, words and music by Rev. E. M. E. Ptiihau. All Knights of Honor who desire to take a part in the musical exprcises, at the dedica tion of the new hall, are requested to meet et the JMaennercbor hail for rehearsal, Mon day evening, at eight o'clock. The last shower of rain, previous to the sJorm of Thursd ly r uht, t ;!1 ia Memphis on VrtdneaJav. the tweet embth or April. BO auawers a Holly Springs man who was visi ting the B!u9 city at the time. The negro burglar who was shot by Po lice Officer Jenny on Moaroe street was sent to the city hospital yesterday lorenoon. lie was in a dangerous condition, and may die, fate well deserved by all burglars. The marriage license-procuring fever did not break out fiercely yesterday. The fol- lowingr licenses to marry were issued: Mau rice Evans and Amanda Ware, Ben M'Con- nell and Leo a. Lucas, all colored. Since tbe late rates otm several deep sinkholes have m ide their appearance in the streets. One opens wide like a chasm in the new ro:k pavement above the sewer, on Mad ison street, in tr jut of the Louisville railroad ticket office. . Main street will probably be paved with block stone outside the railroad tracks on the east side, and with Telford pavement l-etwfea the track', and it is also probable that tbe west sido ot the street will be paved with block stone. It is rumored that the gallant captain of company E, of St. Louis, is not bere on a mission of warlike glory, but on a mission of (.ve If he could cot win the prize trom tbe 'Cutcke, he msv carry away one of the fair beauties cf the Bluff city. Scribner'i Mngazine, Popular Science, North American. H ortmahtiu, and vontem vorarv Heviews. new Franklin Square and Seaside Libraries, together with the finest line of fashion magazines in the city, are a low of the many attractions Mausford offers to the reading public At a meeting of tbe Memphis Light Guards held last evening Captain Stack Lee was unanimously elected a complimentary honorary member, and tbe following-named gentlemen were elected active members: J. M. Hays. J. L. M'Clellan, T. C. Anderson and W. O. Anderson. -' The National board of health inspection s'.ation at the city quarantine grounds, located at the foot of President's island, is bsiog put in working order by the Inspector Dr. Collins, who went down to the grounds yesterday to establish a permanent location, with a view to lasptct northward-bound vessels when deemed necessary. Billy Lieben's cosy little place, 236J Main street, is the place to get your Sunday reading matter. He has Scribner'a, North American Kevitw, Harper s Monthly, Eclee tie, Dtmorest's, lisvue de la Mode all for Jane. All the pictorials for this week, and dailies of the latest date. Billy will close at one o clock sharp, on banday The residents of Adams street east of Third have been annoyed for weeks by thieves wto entered their front-yards at night and robbed the yards of choice flowers. The im print of a fancy high-heeled lady's boot in a fl jwer-garden after' the rain of Thursday nitrht has led to the detection of the mid night marauder of the flower-beds on Adams street, and the raids will not again occur. The Toledo Blade denounces the En glish sparrow as "a swaggerer, a boaster, i har, and a caucus packer, a frequenter of free lunches, and a dead-beat generally, lie has no domestic virtues, and is as devoid of Dublic spirit as a defeated can -id ate after county convention. His appearance in this country was a misfortune, and bis continu ance here is a nuisance thnt ought to be abat ed by general legislation. The Democratic county executive com' mittee met at the courthouse yesterday, pur suant to adjournment, Esaaire J. M. Cole man in the chair. M. F. Kennedy, secretary, A quorum was present. a It was resolved that a convention to nominate candidates for county officers would be held, but the day for holding such convention was not designated, The executive committee and the executive board adjoarned to meet again on Saturday. ihe firth of June. The supreme court of the State, sitting a1, Jsckson, have decided a case between StatC)mptroller James L. Gaines and Jo seph Ubl, clerk of the Shelby county circuit court, regarding fees in tax sale, in favor of Ubl. The legislature changed the law as to tux sales, and in an agreed case Judge Pierce, of tbe Shelby county circuit court, decided in favor of Mr. TJhl, and now the supreme court a firms that decision, which will rosult in placing about one thousand dollars in Mr. Lfhl's treasury. To those who love tbe good things of Cdlinary art we would commend the festival, Wednesday night next, at the old Bethel mansion. The fair women wh.o have charge of the matter wiil make it a success. The object is to assist in building a church at Buntyn station. The church, indeed, is al ready built, but tbe ladies have undertaken to furnish the altar, pew and interior furni ture. The festivities will begin in the even ing at five o'clock and end when the crowd gets tired. The fee of admission will be Ooly twenty-five cento, and the supper, consisting of meats, coffee, tea, salads, etc., only fifty cents. The omnibus line will be run to ac commodate tbe public, at intervals between five o clock in the evening and midnight, -She sat in the old arm-chair dreaming ur tne aays sne naa unariey in tow; How oft to the show and tbe concert Together they gladly would go. Full young, then, was Cbarley, and callow. To his mind life seemed like a bright dream; But she, like a cold-blooded siren. Was playing blm In for ice-cream. One calm, starry night In tbe summer, Asthey walked In Ihe park by tbe lake. He said. In bis frank, boyish manner. That be really thought '-abe d take the cake." "O yes, darling Cbarley." she answered. While her eies lighted np with Love's gleam, "I think there Is naught so delicious As a hunk of sponge cake wltu Ice-cream." He saw. then, to what she was wedded; His pavement-'.lke cheek turned quite pale, And a girl w.lh striped bose Is now looking for another young sucker from Yale. About the bour the negro burglar was hot on Monroe street yesterday morning a white mm, dead drunk, was discovered lying across tbe pavement on Main street, not far from tbe Peabody hotel, by a private watch man. Just then one of the soldier boys who had returned from Nashville reeled along on his way home, and seeing tbe prostrate con dition of tbe drunken man, stopped anJ said : "Mister, I'm a soldier; hwe just come back from Nashville; are you a mili tary man?" The drunken man was unable to reply, but the tipsy soldier ttooped down and searched his coat to discover whether or not it had on military buttons, but failinir to discover them, be st severed back thunder struck and said: "You ain't no soldier, you're acivilian. Good night,'' and he wan dered in tbe moonlight down the street in search of a bed. Piof. Tice, in hii weather predictions f jr Mf.y, announces that a series of storm centers will develop in the west and pass eastward over the continent from the twen tieth to the twenty-fourth. The first of the lories will develop in tbe Rocky mountains tbout the twentieth, and the last about the twenty-second. The first may reach tbe Ohio valley about the twentieth, and the last about rue twenty-third or twenty-fourth. The prob abilities, therefore, are that on Sanday, the twenty-third, the barometer will be falling, temperature rising and a storm imminent if the wind is blowing from any point between southwest and southeast. A west or north west wind will indicate tair weather. Oa Monday, tbe twenty-fcurtb, if the storm-center has parsed eastward tbe barometer will be rising, thti temperature 'ailing, and wind fresh trom west or northwes. If the storm center has not passed tbe barometer will be falling or stationary, temperature high, and wind from some point southwest to southeast, with a bevy storm impendiog. OUR SUIT DEl'AKTnEXK llESl-KN IIUOTHERS OPEN TO MORROW . Exclusive lines in Dotted, Swiss and India Muslin Suits, for ladies, misses and chil dren. 100 different styles in Gingham Dresses. 600 Linen and Mobair Ulsters. We shall ctter all our Ladies' elegant Organdy Suits at reduced prices. Our f-iO suit will be f 12 50. JJKMiKS IIUOTIIEKS. Itoia Aqua Hpriujjw. Attention is called to the advertisement of this popular summer resort, which is row I accessible by rail, a narrow-irauge road bav- - "n built to connect with tbe J.-iuisville , X'". l ,, The hotel is under good and Nashville r.-. . reason snanogement, aod its rates a. - - -,i. able. Low-tare ticket are sold by lue roads. Ibis is cne nf tho healthiest asd cer tainly the most convenient watenog-plare for I hose Mempbians who purpose to piss tie summer away from Ik ma. I Catoiii--1uule KMiss4llsr. A l.srie, f T'- V. 3JAOS'S. ALWAYS WIDAJ AWAKE X! The following telegram received by us made onr Mr. Bejacu leave suddenly for New York: NEW YORK, APRIL, Zt, 1SBU. M ewers. Beoe 2k Brask, Mesnphlo : Caane at Oaieel Bis Cboaee for Vow. M. 91. BARK8. The dispatch referred to the two-days auc tion sale of Messrs. Simpson, Crawford & Simpson's immense stock of fine dry goods, of every description, damaged by water. Here is what the New York Journal of Commerce, of May lit, said on tbe subect: "At the two-davs auction sale of Meesrs. Simpson, Crawford & Simpson's stock of dry goods, sold for account of underwriters, Messrs. liejach c urasn, oi Memphis ana Vicksburg, were the heaviest purchasers." Referring to the above we have only to state that our purchases were immense; our freight receipts for the past week were more than all the retail dry goods houses combined. We intend to make it hot in tbe dry goods line this week, and give our competitors a chance to go fishing. Here are our prices 1 Read for yourself. and see if you can stay away from Bejach's this week! Rain or shine! DRY GOODS. Please bear in minds that the goods were damaged by water only. 8 pes heavy black gros-grainsilk 50s, worth 1 25 a yard. 6 pes heavy black gros-grain silk 65:, worth 1 50 a yard. 9 pes very best gros grain silk 75c, worth f 2 a yard. 13 pes very best striped summer silk 45c, worth SI a yard. 20 pes plain silk, in all high colors, only 25c a yard. 8 pes very best satin at '65c. worth tl 25 a yard. 100 pes black lace bunting, all wool, only 10c, worth doc a yard. 50 pes black lace bunting, all wool and very best, warranted, in black, brown and navy, only 15c, worth 50c a yard. 75 pes very finest all-wool bunting, in pink, blue and drab, only 8c. worth 40c a yd. 80 pes shirting, extra wide, 8Jc, worth '20i a yard. 40 pea wash poplin, only 5: a yard. 300 pes French percale, yard wide. 6c, worth 12o a yard. 75 pes lace lawn, 53 a yard. , 35 pes light-colored lace bunting 10c, worth 35c a yard. 60 pes brown dress linen 10c, worth 20c a yard. 5 cases French lawn, yard wide, 5: a yard. 10 cases best prints, all dress styles, 4c, worth 8c a yard. 3 cases Sprague seersucker 5c, worth 10s a yard. 30 pes real cheviot 10c, worth 20o a yard. 50 pes finest quality seersucker 12c, worth 20c a yard. 85 pet best dress gingham 10 J, worth 15s yd. See that you are in time for the beautiful dress lawns, yard wide, only 5: a yard. Job lot of pink tarlatan, 2 yards wide, 5c a yard. 100 pea heavy cotton checks, 6j a yard. 25 pes best ginghams, 63 a yard. 10 pes shirting check, extra wide, 7c a yd. WHITE GOODS. 300 pes bleached muslin, yard wide, 7c, worth 103 a yard. 600 pes bleached muslin, Lonsdale and An droscoggin, 8c a yard. 1 75 pes Fruit of the Loom. 9s a yard. 40 pes Irish linen, very fine, 25c. worth 60: a yard. 20 pes Irish linen, finest quality, 35c, worth 75c a yard. 30 pes Lonsdale cambric 10c, worth 15c a yard. 40 pes checked nainsook 10c, worth 25c a yard. 200 pes figured P. K. 6Jc, worth 10d a yard. 25 pes 5-4 pillow-case muslin 2s, worth 20c a yard. 50 pes fine white swiss 7c, worth 15c a yd. 25 pes Victoria lawn 10c, worth 17Jc a yard. 30 pes Victoria lawn 12c, worth 25s a yard. 50 pes finest quality tarlatan, 2 yards wide, 12jc, worth 25c a yard. Ilonse-Furniahing Goods. 12 pes turkey-red table linen 40c, worth f 1 a yard. 8 pes bleached tab'.e damask, all linen, 25c, worth 50-' a yard. 6 pes finest quality bleached table damask, 75c, worth f 1 50 a yard. 50 dcz all-linen dinner napkins 50c, - worth $ 1 a dczen. 25 dcz all-linen dinner napkins 75c, worth f 1 25 a dcz. 60 dcz tea napkins, only 35c a dcin. 10 doz finest quality knotted-fnnged towels 35c, - worth 60c each. 100 doz Tarkish-bath towels 20c worth 35c each. 50 damask towels 10c, worth 25s each. 25 dcz full size honeycomb bedspreads, 40c each. 10 doz largest sizj crochet quilts 853, worth f 1 50 each. 5 doz white marseilles spreads f 1 25, worth 3 each. 75 dcz hack towels 50c, worth f 1 a dozen. ' 75 pes bleached toweling, 5c a yaid. Hosiery. Gloves, Fancy Goods. 50 doz ladies' kid gloves, 2 buttons, in every shade, street, evening and white, all at 25c, worth 75. a pair. 10 doz ladies' kid gloves, 3 buttons, in black, only 35c, worth $1 a pair. 15 dcz ladies' very best 4 button kid?, in street and evening shades, 503, worth II 25 a pair. 9 doz ladies' very best 6 button kids, in opera shades, 75c, worth f 1 50 a pair. 6 dcz ladies' very best 8 button kids, in opera shades, $1, worth $2 50 a pair. 25 doz ladies' extra-long mitts, in all high colors, 25c, worth $1 a pair. 10 di z ladies lace glovf s 25c, worth $1 a pr. 6 doz ladies' lace gloves, 6 and 8 buttons, 50c, worth $ 1 25 a pair. 200 dcz ladies' brown Bilbriggan hose 7c, worth 25a a pair. 35 dcz ladies' brown Balbriggan silk clocked hose 12. ;, worth 35s a pair. 25 doz ladies' brown Balbriggan silk clocked, full regular made hose, 25c. worth 50c a pair. 10 doz ladies' Balbriggan silk embroidered front hose 20c, worth 40c a pair. 500 dcz gente' and boys' British full regular made socks 15c, worth 35c a pair. 100 dca children's fancy hose, all at 5c a pair. 100 dca muslin tie:, silk embroidered (big bargain) 7c, worth 25c. 50 dcz muslin ties, silk embroidered, very elegant (come and see them) 10, worth GE2.TS WEAR. 50 dcz gents' percale dress shirts 40c, worth SI each. 10 doz gents' unlaundried white Bhirts, very best, 60c, worth f 1 each. 10 doz gents' unlaundried white shirts 403, worth 60c each. 100 dcz gents' undershirts, 15c each. 30 doz gauz-j undershirts, very fine, 403, worth fl each. 10 doz nainsook undershirts 50c, worth 1 each. 10 dcz best bleached drill drawers 40c, worth 75c each. 200 doz British socks, full regular made, $1 75, worth 3 a dozen. 100 dcz gents' white handkerchiefs, 40c a doz. 50 doz gents' linen collars, 4 ply, 75c a dcz. 1000 doz gents' white ties at only 10c a doz, SHOES AND SLlFfERS. Immense bargains! 50 doz ladies' cloth slippers, 25c a pair. 10 doz ladies' serge slippers. 353 a pair. 12 dcz ladies' kid slippers, 503 a pair. 12 dcz ladies' kid Newport lies, 75c a pair. 8 dcz ladies' finest French sandals, f 1 a pr. 8 doz misses' French kid sandals, 85c a pr. 5 dcz children's French kid do. 35c a pair. 25 dcz ladies' kid sewed shoes, f 1 a pair. 20 doz ladies' calf sewed shoes, 85c a pair. II ATS! HATS! II ATS! 50 cases gents' straw bats, the latest styles, all at 75c Wb. 5 cases genuine Panama bats 753, worth S3 each. 25 cases boys' and youths' s'raw bats, all at 503 eacb. 10 cases gents linen bats, 25c each. 5 cases gents' stiff hats 75o, worth S2 50 each. 5 cases gents' soft fur hats 75c, worth $2 each. 10 cases gents' straw hats, bound and with band, only 15c each. 4 oases boys' straw hats, trimmed, only 10c each. 8 cases men's and boys broad-brim straw bats, slightly imperfect, only 5c each. 25 cases ladies' misses' and children's hats, all new goods, at 10, 15 and 25c each. 50 dcz ladies chipped bonnets, only 10c each. ' Tbe great military cap, only 15c each. Carpets and Hatting:. 25 pes ingrain carpets 27J-.0, worth 45c a yard. 100 rolls matting, in white and red check, 15s, worth 253 a' yard. Ilargalns in Trunkal Trunks! At our 5 and 10 cent department ladies will find an entire new assortment of every thing useful in the household tinware, glass and crockery ware in endless variety. Owing to the immense stock on hand and the late ness of the season, we wi 1 give, in addition to the above bargains, every purchaser ot five dollars worth of goods, the choice of three useful articles from our cheap table; to every purchaser of f 10, a pair of elegant kid oloves, in any shade, worth f 1 a pair: with everv ilL 7"Hb- f goods, choice of elegant pair of vasee'or toilet eCt Complete; and with every 50. a fine silk umbrella. A ul " count of 5 per cent, will ba allowed on all sums above $50. We will also give away, during this great sale, 1000 Chine, parasols to tbe little folk. R in,m beil Bjet drs prints, Kd per ,- yards for SI. Get up jour excur-- year lunch along, to sioas, anu - II EJ At? 11 fc Bal, 7S al ftret. FATAL ACCIDENT. Colonel William T. Avery Drowned In Ten-Mile Bayou, Arkansas, While On a Fishing Excursion. He Is Supposed to Have Had An Apo plectic Fit, and Then Tumbled Into the Lake. Yesterday afternoon a startling rumor was raoidly circulated through the city, to tbe effect that Colonel William T. Avery had bcen drowned that morning, while fishing at Ten-IIile bayou, Arkansas. From the mea ger accounts of the sad affair that reached the city up to a late hour last evening, it ap peared that Colonel Avery and Judge Calvin F. Vance left the city on Friday evening, and took the Little Rock train for Ten-Mile bayou, a noced fishing ground, and one much frequented by Memphians. Colonel Avery ard Judge Vance fished during the day, but about one o'clock in the afternoon Colonel Avery complained of being unwell and concluded to leave the fishing ground and go to the depot. He entered a dug-out and paddled down the bayou or lake and was soon loBt to sight around the bend. In a short time Judge Vance followed in a boat, and was startled to discover the dug-out bottom upward and a hat floating on the water.Tbe hat was recognized as belonging to Colonel Avery. The alarm was soon given aod that pori ioa of the lake was soon dragged when the body was found in four feet of wa ter. It is believed that Colonel Avery, while in tbe dug-out, must have had a fainting spell or apopletic attack and tumbling out of the boat was drowned in shallow water. The remains were brought to the city oa tbe eleven o'clock train last nigbt, placed at the undertaker's establishment of Hoist & Bro., there to remain until this morning, when tbey will be conveyed to the residence of the deceased on the) Poplar street boulevard. The funeral will take place at four o'clock this afternoon from the First Methodist church. FEKSOxNAL. Dr. Bdddkke eye and ear diseases, No, 56 East Court street. Rev. J. M. Clabk, of Beebe, Arkansas, is in the city, and too guest of Dr. Samuel Watacn. Turkish baths, for ladies and gentlemen, at 37 A lama street. Plain baths from fifteen to fifty cents. Mb. P. Sid Jones is in the city, en route trom JNasnville to bin Antonio, Texas, bis future nome. Mr. Geo. N. Paine, is in the city, from ms new nom", Aberdeen, and will remain here a few days. H. G. Hollknbeuo has just received the second edition of one thousand copies of the celebrated Chickasaw Guards March. It is becoming immensely papular. John Robb, formerly nsher at the Tbea ter, but now with John Rickaby in the dra matic management business, is in the city on a visit to his relatives and mends. Thk pyrotechnieal General Peter Tracv has put in an appearance trom Nashville, where he has been showing the Middle and East Tennesseans how they squander fireworks in Memphis. Mr. P. T. Forsyth, of N. Henderson & Co., with samp!es for tte past eight weeks at uaston s. It it last mbt tor his home, stoo ping over at Iuka Springs, Mississippi, until June 5th; thence to Cincinnati, to remain nntil June 25th. All letters addressed to him at eitner place will receive prompt at tention. Rev. Dr. Dauell, rector of Grace (EpiB ccpa:) church parish, will to-day preach his farewell sermon preparatory to his departure for Shrevepovt, Louisiana, where be goes to take charge of the paiish which he left in 1.78 to come to tho help and succor of our peopla during the yellow-fever epidemic, Tbe church will no doubt be crowded ou the occasi d, as beyond his own congregation and the limits of his own church the doctor bas won the cobfidenca and affection ot thousands of our people. Jackson Tribune and Sun: "Colonel D. M. Hayden, an officer of General Albert Sid ney Johnston's stuff durintr the late war.after speeding nearly three weeks in Jackson, left lor bis Kentucky home oa Sunday. The colonel sold about seventy-five volumes of the life of bis great chief while in the city, and author.zis us to say for him that be has never found anywhere more true southern spirit and bsspitalify than he found in Jack son. He requested us to tbsnk the people ot Jackson and Madison county for their kind ness to him personally and their generous ap preciation of the lite and character of his great ch ef Albert Sidney Johnston." Nashville Banner: "Miss Willie Belle Taylor, of Memphis, wbo came up with the excursionists from that city, is the guest to day of Mrs. James T. Ball and Miss Jennie Bell, Main street, Edgefield. We condole with the good (people of the Bluff city tbe lots they will fchortly sustain iu the removal of this estimable voung lady from her old hqme to Pine Bluff, Arkansas. Her brilliant accomplishments, her amiable and sweet dis position, her queenly mnnpers, and a young lady who bas always ranked among tbe fair est of the fair, will be sadly missed by those who have an " appreciutioi for the moral worth of her, who, from childhood to mai denhood, has exhibited the qualities that has made ber a noble representative of her sex, and beloved by all wbo know ber." Rev. George C. Harris, dean of St. Mary's cathedral and recor of the parish ot St. Mary's, will celebrate tbe ninth anni versary of bis rectorship, at St. Mary's, on Poplar street, this morning. During the ministry cf Dr. Harris, he has baptized five hundred and twenty p. rsons, has presented for confirmation two hundred and thirty-nine, and has had as whole number of communi cants, five hundred and ninety-seven persons. Tbe present number of communicants is two hundred, and the burials amount to two hundred and twelve. Thp eermoa to be de livered by tii3 reverccd gentleman tc-day will be of an Rnnivfrssry character. No mi .ister bas excelled or does fxeel Dr. Har ris in devotion to tbe cause of Christianity, or in the practice cf its precepts. In sun shine and in storm, throush peace and war, and amid the most terrible epidemics, he was found firm and true, ever ready to sdvance the work of his Master, comfort the afflicted, console the dyirg and mourn at the graves of tbe dead. These who passed through thn sad periods of epidemic in Memphis in 1873 nd 1878, will remember the presence cf Dr. Hams whenever and wherever there was suffering, or where he was called upon to perform soma coid wcrk among a sorrowing people. The Appeal, congratulates him. AMUSEllJSiNTS. Estlval Pork. There will be a concert by Handwerker's band at this delightful place of resort this afterncon and nigbt, from four to eleven o'clock. Admission, twenty-five cents. Hteamboai Excursion. - The excursion on the Viot Shinkle, next Thursday, given by the ladies of St. Mary's cathedral, will ba a pleasant affair. Tickets, including refreshments and dancing, fifty cents. Olympic Park Baees. The two races which were to have been decided last Friday at Olympic park, were postponed on account of the rain, but will take place to-morrow atternoon. 9175 for Kirkland's Horse Shoe For Kirklaud's horse shot, f 175. Kirkland's horse shoe, S 175. Kitkland will give away f 175. July 4'.u will see the borse shoe weighed. Guess the weight of the horse shoe and scoop in your f 175 for a summer tour. Kirkland's horse shoe is the boss. Wholesale Grocer and Cotton Factors. Oaeof tbe most prominent acd reliable firms of the city is that of M. G win & Co., whole sale grocers and cotton factors, Nos. 232 and 234Frontstreet. Theirstock of groceries is one ot tbe largest in the city, and has been se lected with a view to the southern trade. It is kept up in every particular and with the very best goods that can bo purchased. Hav ing adopted tbe cash system, they are pre pared to offer greater inducements to buyers because tbey handle all goods cn a very smtll margin. Persons residing at a distance can save time and money and will find it to their advantage to order direct from M. Gavin & Co. and sending with such orders an approx imate amount of cash. Tbey claim to ba the cheapest wholesale house in the southwestern country. They have their own cotton wire house, which is located on the corner of Sec ond and Washington streets, the warehouse being in charge of Mr. Isaac N. Runey, a gentleman of many ye.,rs experience in hand ling cotton, and who devotes his eatire time to the weighing and the sale ot all CDtton consigned to the house. The motto of this firm is cash and fair dealing. All comers will receive tbe same treatment, aod can secure goods at exactly tbe same prices. Tne most inexperienced person can mako purchases of them quite as well as the shrewdest and sharpest buyer, to advantage being taken of any person. The business of the house has bo largely in:rt.a ed that the firm has bad to purchase the ac'j lining building in order to 6rcura the necessary amouat of room and ac commndatiou. Ridects of the country will find it to their advantage to visit tbe store of M. Gavin c Co. and price the goods. Should they do so they cannot help making pur chases. To Commercial Travelers. Mr. Horace Handy, a gentleman of intel ligence and experience, and the representa tive of one of the largeit and most influen tial houses, has been anthonr.sd to announce that a meeting of all commercial travelers whose territory includes Mississippi will be held at Jackson, on Tuerdoy, June 1st. The obi-ct of this meeting is to ottrani.e o "Com mercial Travelers' Association ot MtssUsip- pi. r?r- 1"uy nouu. win un iuuuu ui our advertising commng. v - I IT 1, i. -,i I r 1 : To Reduce Oar Htock, vie will well fle ChM At Lower Price tka Ever. A great yriefy of men's low shoes, in but ton or ties, kd, tnoiocci or p-'f skin. Bjjs' Baiters and Altxis. Lidits' NewoiU, tan- l i. -1 : -. . I ISj Bill.' re, ct a. Klt-wVA4At Liw Frlees. H')l. 8J.ILil.iwK, WIS. FBANK CO. 249 Haln Street, Will place on sale Monday next their entire line ot FABAMOL. Embracing many new and desirable novelties at prices to clear stock. Parasols at $5, formerly sold for $10. Parasols at 1 4, formerly sold for f 7 50. Parasols at S3, formerly sold for $6. Parasols at S2 50. formerly sold for $5. Parasols for $2, formerly sold at S3 50. WM. FRANK & CO. Offer SOO pea Bordered Lsvt 'mm. Handsome and stylish, AT TEN CENTS PER YARD. WH. FRANK St CO. Ask attention tn their exhibit of CORSETS, Woven and hand-sewed. We are selling a good summer corset at 50c. We are selling an embroidered corset at 75c. We are selling a lace-trimmed corset at 953. We are offering unusual bargains in this de partment, and present nothing but ap proved shapes of the best material. WM. FRANK & CO. Are in receipt of a line of BABNLKY SHEETINGS, in 10 4, 11-4 and 12 4 widths, " which they offer AT HALV VALUE. We a6k attention of housekeepers to these shee tinge. They are, at the prices offered, the cheapest sheetings in tms market. WM. FRANK CO. Offer novelties in BLACHIALIi .WOOL BUHITIXtiS Also Tamlse and Henrlettap, AT CHEAP PRICES! AT CHEAP PRICES! WM. FRANK & CO. Will make special prices for this week in Fancy Dress JLinens, (Choice Goods.) Also FRENCH BEIGES, PONGEES, MOHAIRS, For Traveling Wear. WM. FRANK & CO., 249 Main Street 249 HELIOTROPE! MENKEN BROTHERS Announce receipt of this beautiful new shtde in magnificent Brocade and Satins. We also open to-morrow choice and select roveitics in our Summer Drefg Goads Department. SPECIAL TO LADIES! Ail who wish to purchase anything in White Goods should not fail to examine our complete and incomparable assort ment of those goods. J1ESKKN II BOTHERS. KAUTS &. FREIRERG, Corner Xlaia aad Poplar Street. The goods which we now offer will be sold cut in less than forty-eieht hours, for the fol lowing reasons, not damaged, but from the fire sale. Tbe damaged and wet goods are nearlv all sold out. THE RIBBONS! The Grand Ribbons! The double-faced, two-toned fine stin and silk, 15, 20 and 253. Ribbons, 2 to 3 inches wide, 15 and 20, 50 to 60:; the price elsewhere from 50 to 75c; that's the inevitable price else whi r i. 53 for all colors gros grain. 2 inch No. 9, all silk, 5;; regular price elsewhere is 20c a yard. O.her ribbons still cheaper, in pro portion. 15, 25 and 503 for pure silk mitts, 15, 25 and 503; not less than three times tbe price elsewhere. OCR KM BROIDERY TAKES THE CAKE ! 5, 10 and 15a tor embroideries which origin ally cost lrom 20 to &0c a yard, only been slightly wet. 12'3, the all-woo', dark beiges, camel's hair, 12Kc. You cannot buy elsewhere at 403. Remember that we have now only two to three pieces left. 25s for the black-silk luster mohairs, 25c. 10, 15 and 253, the Richardson's fine Irish linens, 15, 20c; small quantity left only; regu lar price, 75 to 853. 12c, new all-wool buntings, 120. For men's and boys wear we have for 20j pure white linen duck, 20c; for 103 boys' pants linens, 103; lor 12o cottonades and heavv jaaus. 12o. SHOES FOR MISSES AND LADIES! 51 25 for finest custom-made bw quarters, SI 25. 75c for misses' best goatskin, 75c. High or low quarters, your choice. Also, lot of boys' linen jackets, 30, 40 and 50c. Also, lot of men's summer coats, 25 and 503. KAHKT & FREIBERG, Corner Main aad Poplar litreeta. N. B. 2000 small feather dusters, 2 for 5c. Very cheap and useful. The Rest Gin Hade. Btanton, Tknh., December 31, 1870. Carver Sin and Machine Company, Memphis, Ten- Tbe gin, feeder and condenser bought of you this season does all you demand for it and gives entire satisfaction. The sample is superior to that of any gin I ever saw. The condenser takes tbe greater portion of tbe dust out cf the cotton. My neighbors concur with me in the opinion that yours is the best gin made. Yours truly, J. H. vaub. T. F. Turner, Dentist, 31? Man strewt. Julias JVajrle fc Co , No. 137 Main Street, Dealers in foreign and domestic groceries. Swiss and limburger cheese and mustard, red and white wines by tbe gallon or dczen, fine liquors, cigars, etc. We offer ojr goods at the lowest msrket prices. Delivery tree. Dr. Cheek's Liver iovigorator is a. posi tive protection to every homo. Many lives are suddenly endangered by colic. Its pains vanish before this great ni-'dicice. Keep it always in your homes. 247 HA IN STREET. Oaly a few davs more to gpt bargains at the arrent CLOSING OUT SALE, at the ASSIGNEE SALE of clothine, at 247 Main street, opposite Odd Fellows Hall. Good cassimere gutts at S7, worth $12, Good melton cassna ;re suits at $3, worth $14. Fine cassimere suits at $10, worth $1S. Fine cassimere suits at $12, worth $20. Fine worsted suits at $14, worth $25. Fine worsted coats and vests at $10, worth $20. Fine cassimere pants at $3, worth $6. Good cassimere pants at $3, worth $5 Good cassimere pants at $2 50, worth $4. G xd cassimere pants at $2, worth $3 50. White marseilles vesta at $1, worth $2 50. White marseilles vests at $1 50, wotth $3. White marseilles ve-srs at $2, worth $4. The Trunk Factory At 313 Main street has a Urge stock of trunks, valises, satchels acd ladies' companions, tor sale very cheap Repairing done, and will be called for and delivered. s. levy. A Card. I have opened the well-known establish ment of Rubenstein, on the corner ot South Jackson street and the Mississippi and Ten nessee railroad. My friends and the public are cordially invited to call. HEKBY BROWS. l!aieboat Excursion. Oa next Sunday, May 30th, an excursion fifteen miles up the river and return will be made under the supervision of the Mnner phor society, for the purpose of replenishing their exhausted relief fund. Two commodious covered barge will leave the foot of Jetter boZ .!r"etat 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. and re turn at 1 and 9 p.m. if'.'?lc- dancing aod a la ket pi?n c will be the order of tbe day. All are invited. Tickets, twenty-five cents to member, and one dollar to non-members; to be had at FtHTZ PFKMFERT CO.. 1 3 Court street. LOl'13 kKITU, 11)7 Main street. ) w. ii. a-u ti, 41tt Alain straei. Bar Jrwwfc' Ire-ere w and Coafee- A CHEAT EMEKrKISE. A Project which. If Carried to a Success ful Consummation, will Largely Contribute to the Wei fare aad Growth of Memphis Xammoth Ware houses and Cotton Presses and a Union Depot Projected. Editors Appeal A combination is now being organized, having lor its object tbe anion of all the cotton storage and compress ing interests in this city under one manage ment. A charter has been prepared, and all details will, if possible, be shortly arranged. It is proposed: First To utilizs the com press and grounds at the Memphis and Charleston railroad depot, and the cotton sheds that are near enough to admit of being converted int. one large ware house, with storage capacity for all cotton received by the Memphis and Charleston road, the principal object being to have tbe cotton transferred from the cars to the warehouse without either exposure to the weather or the expense of draying. These arrangements are to be so complete that cotton thus received will be delivered to the buyer compressed and reloaded on cars under cover. Second A similar arrangement is to be made at the Mississippi and Tennessee rail' road depot to handle, store, compress and deliver all cotton received by that road. Third To provide for cotton received via the Louisville and Naibvtlle, the Memphis and Little Reck and the Memphis and Padu cah railroads, also cotton received by river, the old navy-yard grounds would be most desirable, as there is about seventy-five acres of land, admirably located for handling the cot'on from the three roads mentioned and also from the river by means of an elevator, with shed capacity for the largest amont that would be on band at anv one time. To perfect this system, however, we would be compelled to have the railroads all connected so that trains could pass from one warehouse to the other in discharging and receiving cotton. For this purpose it is hoped and believed that the legislative council of tbe Taxing-District will granc the right-of-way to the Mississippi and Tennessee railroad to extend their track to the navy-yard, where they will be in con nection with all the other roads This ex- tendon on the river front has been objected to by many good citiz3ns merely on the ground that the business on th9 landing would ba seriously interfered with, but it we can re move the entire cotton business trcm the landing it will more than compensate in space, as tbe track could be laid very near tbe bluff. This railroad connection is much needed for many other purposes, and if we would profit by the experience of other trade centers there would be no time lost in making it. If we can inaugurate this scheme it will give us the most perfect system ot storing and handling cotton of any city on the continent, and there is but little doubt would add to tbe general business cf tbe city from one to two hundred thousand bales of cot ton annually. This would not only be the most desirable market for shippers to have their cotton sold, but would be the most desirable for spinners and ex porters to buy in, receiving their cotton, cs they would, in perfect order. We are aware that many croakers, and some who are not croakers, will say this is too big a thing for Memphis, but why should it ber ihe ten dencv of the times is, to large combinations. to economize in labor, supervision, and many other things, tbe advantages ot which, un fortunately, we bave been slow to recognize, but when we remember that within a radius of one hundred and twenty-five miles of this place, no less than one million bales or cotton is produced, ana that in this area no farm is over twenty-five miles from a rail road or navigable j river, and the further fact that we now receive less than oae-half thus produced at our very doors, is enough to stimulate us to use every legitimate means to secure this immense business, and see to it that Memphis continues, aa she has done for years, to be the largest inland cotton market in t'he wcrld. It will certainly require care ful deliberation, a spirit of fairness and a de sire to promote the general welfare of the citv, to enable us to reconcile and adjust the different interests necessarily embraced in a business of this magnitude, but that it is . practicable there is no doubt. In conclusion, it is proper to say that if this grand plan thould fail from the difficulty ot acjustiDg values or tor any ether cause, there is a number of cotton factors who receive about two hundred thousand bales of cotton annually, that are determined to provide for that amount of cotton at some pointthatwill be accessible to all the railroads and tbe river. Consequently, it is a matter of the greatest importance to have tbe railroad tracks all connected, which we trust will be done dur ing the present summer. jr. R. oodwin. Mcxtbis, May 22, 1880. R. JLOWE STEIN & RROS. Will offer many drives in their - Retail Department this week. They will continue tc sell GOOD SUITINGS, 8Jc. - MOHAIR SUITINGS, 12c FINE MOHAIR SUITINGS, 15c. LACE BUNTINGS, 8c. PLAIN BUNTINGS, 10c. -PLAIN BUNTING, all wool, 22)o. FRENCH BEIGE, suitable for travel ing dresses, very cheap. ENGLISH & FRENCH NOVELTIES, at half price. PERCALES reduced. MOMIE CLOTH reduced. Bargains this Week AT It. LOWEiM STEIN dc RROS. LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE. Fnrbaak and Hla Pardon. Editors Appeal I do not wish notoriety, yet I feel it my duty to lay the facts connect ed with this case before the pnblic. I was assaulted by tbe defendant and shot, without provocation, at my own house. He was in dicted, tried and convicted for his crime by the criminal court of Memphis. He was sentenced to eleven months imprisonment in the workhouse and fined five hundred dollars and adjudged to pay the cost ot the prosecu tion. Not being satisfied with his sentence he appealed to the supreme court at Jackson. I was applied to for my consent to bis pardon. 1 declined to give it, stating in decided terms that I would not do so. I directed my coun sel to follow the case to Jackson, Tennessee, and there aid tbe attorney-general for the State in procuring a conviction in accordance with the result in tbe court below. Being informed by some of my friends that the de fendant was representing that I was willing to bis pardon and that be-bad applied for pardon, I promptly denied giving con sent, sought the counsel entrusted with the prosecution of the case in my behalf, and requested him to take stps to defeat the ap plication. He said, if an application had been made, he was of opinion that it was premature, and that it would not be acted upon until there was a final conviction; that pardons were not granted till after conviction; that the constitution and laws of this State gave the governor "power" to pardon after conviction. Bat, nevertheless, out of abund ant caution, 1 wrote the governor a tetter, accompanied by a cote from said counsel, stating my desire, if any application for par don was made, to lay the fac's before bis ex cellency and urge them in opposition to the application. I also sent him a telegram to tbe same effect. I felt quite sure, however, that the merits of an application for pardon would not be considered "until after convic tion." The counsel wbo represented me in tbe pioecution went special!) to Jackson at my request to aid in the prosecution on the final trial. As 1 am informed, be found that, in advance of the trial, aod be fore conviction in that court, and while the question of final conviction was open and pending, that a pardon bad been granted. It was reported that the pardon released only the imprisonment, leaving tbe fine and costs to be paid by tbe defendant. But I am again surprised with information, which I think reliable, that even the fine hai b- en remitted. I am informed that the practice is not to grant pardons until after conviction. I am informed that tbe constitution of the State pro vides that tbe governor "shall bave power to grant reprieves and pardons after conviction." and that the statute law employs the lan guage of tbe constitution exactly in this re gard. I am infoimsd that tbe defendact represented to one of tbe ounsel employed by me to aid in conducting tbe suit against him tor damages, that our differences had all been amicably settled, and that I was en tirely willing that he should be pardoned, and thus induced that counsel to give him a let ter recommending his pardon, and who, but for such representation, would not have given the letter. Having thui placed the facfojjefore the public, as 1 understand them, without comment on them I dismiss tbe mat ter. B. R. CHURCH. Grnts Panama, straw, and manilla hats made to look very nearly good o new at Goodyear 's. 250 SucorH - German Miller, Ilaaaarloa Meed and sink Peas, OTrOHl'UWIUidCO, StS Holn wtreet 1 1 '"Ihe tJpjer Mississippi ': ' I the title of a beautiful forty-rage bok published lor pet distribution rates, routes and descriptions of auaiiuer rtsjrls. bind fcr a copv to LAW KEl'OKTS. Cboaeerr Conrt 3t'DewelI. Jadge. All future calls of tbe hearinor docket for the present term are peremptory. A trial or a continuance is the positive rule. An easy call of tbe docket wi'.l be made on the first Monday in June. Court meets every morn ing at half-paat nine; its time and sessions are governed and controlled alone by the court-room clock. United States Conrta aaaagil, Jadge Tbe May term of these courts will com mence to morrow, May 24th. The jury cases will be first tried, the call of the docket com- mencins Monday with the criminal cases: after this, the law docket of civil cases. When these are completed the equity docket will be called, and then the district docket. At torneys having jury cases on any docket will hand them to the clerk to be put upon the jury calendar. Criminal Conrt Harrison. Jadce Calendar for the week commencing Mon day, May 24'b: 15, Ida Good; 20, Mary Young; 21, Ed Young. Tuesday 10-11, John Jones; 12, Mollie Goodrich. Wednesday 3, Richard Whitby; 23, Reu ben Sykes; 25, Ben Wright; 31, Jas. Brown; 32. Henry Jones. Thursdav 9, L. D. Young; 19, George Hopson; 27, Jake Wherry; 30, Henry Hard ing. Friday 10, John Phillips; 26, Stonewall Jackson. WANAHAjKER &, BROWN, The Largest Clot-lac Sanaa In the World-He mpnla Ageaey mt XSti (second Street. We defy competition in clothing and cents furnishing goods. Uall and examine samples and ascertain price. WANAMAKER A BROWN, 2ot3 Second street. Fine Goods! Low FricesI GEN IS LOW SHOES! LADIES' LOW SHOES! We have tbe largest and most choice stock of Liw Shoes, tar both ladies and gents, to be found in this city. Uar prices are rock- bottom, and we feel able to satisfy all who give ns a call. J. M. HILL & CO., COR. MAIN AND MONROE STREETS A Novel tv for ndies. Among the latest novelties introduced into re' ail dry goods houses is the passenger ele vator, built by ljeubrie Brothers, dealers in dry goods, fancy goods and notions, at 261 Main street, lne elevator has been put up especially for the convenience ot ladies who visit the house to make purchases, and who desire to examine goods in the ut-tairs de partments. It is the first passenger elevator ever put up in any retail house in Memphis, but the Messrs. Leubrie are enterprising- merchants and never do things by halves To wait upon their customers, and to afford every convenience is to them a pleasure. Ibe elevator is beautifully upholstered, the ele irant seats beioa; surrounded bv mirrors. In the center bangs a gas j t, and an electric annunciator is attached. It will be a pleasure to ladies to visit L?ubne s store, and make their purchases on any flaor of the bo Joe. In tbe cure of consumption there is prob ably no known medicine equal to the syrup cf bypopbosphites prepared by Mr. James I. Fellows, chemist, ot. Johns. New Brunswick. A cumber of cases bave come under our no tice tbe past year, when the results which have followed its use have been astonishing We write this unsolicited by anyone, and ad vise the anl.ctp.i to try it. EDITOR "COLONIAL FAHMER." Genuine Imported Hofa Malt Extract. The true he.thbev erage. Hiebly recommended for nursxng mothers, thin, cold and aged people, con valescents, etc. Owing to its wonderfully nutritious qualities, it is especially recom mended in epidemics and in fevers, where bodily piostration is gteat and life depends uon a nourishing stimulant. None genu ine witnout the label of Tarrant ct Co., tole agents. New Yotk. For sale by all druggists and grocers. Fishing Tackle, Best Assortment la the City, at rBAKK kCHUllAs's OCN oTOKE, Mo. Ill Bcale Btreet. Economy is Wealth. Gents' clothieg ayed, cleaned and repaired by I. Isaacs, 270 Second street, oposite Court tqa-tre, Memphis, Tennessee. Wavamaker & Brown, Practical Clothiers at 256 Second street. Good work and low prices. Fits guaranteed. EUotru A Jones Plttsbnrs, HhotweU aad Cannel Coat. Main atrcit. ' French Steam Dye-Works. Ladies' and gentlemen's goods dyed and cleaned at Louis Reisl'-s Jefferson street. The True Persian Insect Powder will secure your carpets, woolens and fani against moths, and rid your houses of other noxious mBects. The true article will never disappoint you. This is only sold by Fah len & Kleinsct midt. All Indorse It. The Recorder, Americus, Georgia, says: "Clerks, senators, representatives, doctors, lawyers, citizens, in public and private life, are testifying by tbe thousands, and over their own signatures, that o remedy bas been fonnd for Bright 's disease of tbe kidneys and for diabetes; these are respectively known as Warner's Safe kidney and liver cure and Warner's Safe diabete cure." HAND-HADE SHOES! MENKEN BROTHERS Sole agents for Read & Weaver's cele brated Rochester custom-made shoes for ladies and children. Our $2 75 ladies' kid button boots will be sold for the present at $2. Our $2 lace pebble goat will be sold for tbe prest-nt at $1 60 Eminent Dr. W. A. Greene, Macon, tta. Writes: "I cheerfully state that I bave tested the virtues and efficiency of Golden 's Lie big's liquid extract of beef in my private practice in case of general debility, weak ness, depression, dyspepsia, loss of appetite and nervous affections, when medicine had proven more than useless. I have found it the best remedy I ever used in chronic alcohol ism, when the Btomach is always irritable and food required to nourish." Sold by leadii2 drneviRta. Wanamaker & Brown Have Removed to 256.: Second street, where they are pre pared to received orders for summer clothing and gents' furnishing goods. To Northern Summer Resotts. Chicago to Milwaukee, four trains daily. Chicago to St. Paul, two trains daily. Chicago to Madison, two trains daily. Chicago to Sparta, two trains daily. Chicago to Green Bay, three trains daily. Chicago to Menasha, two trains daily. Chicago to Green Lake, two trains daily. The morning train runs through from Chi cago to Green Lake without change of cars or delay. Pullman sleeping ears run frcm Chicago to Green Lake on each Saturday night and back to Chicago on Sunday night. No other road runs to Green Lake. Chicago to all northern resorts, one to four trains daily. x All ot tbe above are via Chicago and North western railway. It alone runs Pullman cars north of Chicago. It bas parlor cars north of Chicago. Gj through Cbic3go when going north. The ticket agents cf all north-bound rail roads will sell you excursion tickets via the Chicago and Northwestern railway. It is tbe pioneer tcurist route, and is the best in all respects. PrideoftheWest Air Pressure Faucet, THK pressure of air Is produced by mean of tbe bellows which ore set below the counter, or other suitable place. It forces the liquid through tbe pipe which reaches to tbe bottom of the keg. drawing trom below until the package la entirely emptied. By keeping a pressure of air resting on tbe beer remaining In the keg over night or longer. It is pre served In lively ond palatable condition, better than by ony other method of drawing, and, furthermore, on over receipt of 5 to 50 cents on each quarter of beer Is realized by using this Pump Faucet creating compressed air. Ths Faucet can equally as well be used for eighths, qu trters or bar els, and It Is In every other respect o mo U convenient aod successful improvement. THK AUKNTS AT TH13 POINT. Fritz Pfemfert & Co., At 13 West Court street, Are now prepared to fill oil orders lor this Faucet Besides, they ore agents for the celebrated St. -Louis Xao-er Beer. SEND IW TOl'B ORDER3 JT ONCE. THIS PAPER MAY BB Forvn OS KI1.K AT I.EO. 1". 1IIIU I I I. J -,u Newspaper Advertising- Bureau (10 M-KfCB iu-.iv ri, w H r. H K A l VF.K1IHINO l OSUACH iuay bo made fur It In NEW YORK. Crab Orchard Springs) BEJiTllKV- FIVB houis front Loutsvlll or Clrtotnnati by rail, how eiiea Kir visitor. Hotel aittwli luienta inuyi j. 1 wn ,v -M,. ,,.. . -i ii-i tiule , eobUlnlo. analyst of water, low rale ot f.. . . , t. . I I . . I M ThVN Uiiiibm. r FOR 01 WEES' OIL! I I Lowenstein k Bros. WILL EXTRAORDINARY BAf.GAI.lS ! IN HANDKERCHIEFS! To reduce onr immense stock of Handkerchiefs, re -rill, FOR THIS WEEK. ONL.T, offer 2000 dozens Gents' Linen Handkerchiefs. 2000 dozens Ladies' Linen Handkerchiefs, Or ALL KIN DM, HTTLGs A SO QUALITIES, 1000 dozens Children's Handkerchiefs, AT AS 199E.VSR BEDECIIOX. 100 dz. Mourning Handkerchief s.extra cheap 1 B. LOWE..STEIN & BROTHER 100 DOLLARS IN GOLD I 50 DOLLARS IN GOLD! 25 DOLLARS IN GOLD! This amonnt will positively be GIVE AWAY on the FOURTH UF JVLY to onr customers, in either the Hat Store or the Gents' Furnishing Home. All are entitled to a guess. Goods guaranteed ; in price and quality at KIRKLAND'S, Peabody Hotel GREAT REDUCTION CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS ! Wice Nulls at Rnmness Nuits at All-wool Snltn at 'asslmere Multn at Cheviot Suits at Fine Hre ss Knits at I'antt at Pants all wool at Pants-finest quality at White Vests at White Vests at White Vests at .9 T 9 12 . 15 . 1H H a ,. 1 a Immense K eductions In Boys', fURXISHLVtt GOODS St) tyTbU Is your opportunity, as we bave o large stock lilei we ore bound to dispose of. N.B. For the accommodation of those otherwise engaged during tbe day, our store will beieaxter be kept ooen ot nlgnt nwtll 0 o'clock. LUFF CITY CLOTHING HOU i53 JS&sviUtt. &-2?GG-t STEAMBOATS. KOR NEW ORLEANS. SAC IjSi anal ew vrlrtss Asrkiir l.lae CPCPIMI NflTIPP 'n Vicksburg, Nxtcuez and Hew Orleans ;teauier ortulAL KUllUt Annie Silver, TO the TRAVELING PUBLIC. Silver marter. -- T SET, a notice In th Avalanche of the ?, MWI'' Acchor-Hne wharfboit 8 UN DAT, X. lrt h. In si eohlng of the steamer jas. FPU?, Ma 2M 6 P -?i JL'.11 .r. Passage aptly to W. Gaff s d prtur for Cincinnati, that she belong AO PTOHM. s.-p t. on whsrfnoeL to the only counp my whoe tickets are recognized by the railroad cf tf. r,nrtb. East and Wt. Tnl, la KOR ARKANSAS HiVK'lt. an error. The riOOTHEHN TRANSPORTATION LINK "of steanieis, from Cincinnati to Ne Or- Memphis and Ptne Bluff U. e. Vll Line. Kor Pine leans, all have tl.ken on sale for all point North, BluB. Little Rock, and through to l-ort Suaniy-Su. Kast and West, and 1 know they are recognized over M All ZXZct all railroads, and the botts are fully responsible. . . Jn.Jiv-S Al, 34 JOHN T. WA5HITUTON. J- J. Dair agh master I Chas. Uuselman..eik Agent tout hem Transportation Line Steamers. Leave as aDows WEDNESDAY, slay btA,ol 6 p.m. Jfor freight or passage apply to SPECIAL NOTICE, jqhn n. hakrin. up't. ?p?i rmm t. For Cairo, Fvaavt I lr. Lonln-ville ond rOR ST. FRANCIS R1VKIL C'?Tl?'f'V7T.neiTwt.??.T'?n.''?ortat'on LlQa- Memphis and et. rrancU U. 8. Malt Line - Steamer BTK. CUAKtKe BOK.AW, r-V1 , . S 1 t B. W. Stein master. 22 liateSVille, 1 passe .up tor the above points 6UMAt MHT, o.K.Joplln master A. L. Bannlng-TeYs M8,.22?' at Jcl?:t. A'A.W5 T48? u' oa er Leave Memphis TUKdDAY and r-HlDAY, 5 p.m.. must be on tne lookout. She doa t stop long, for tor Atari iinn. tueCut-o:T and all Intermediate, land- information M Ingo, Kor freight or tsee .PPW on tjoard o, to JAMH3 CATa R. Passenger Agent, Peabody Hotel . . ' ' ' 1 Special Notice. kor osceola. Trl-Wrekly I', m. Stall farkrt-Xor Hrvn- BT mutual sgreemeot of the under- r-is omip, Fulton, Oeoeoia and way landlntts 6tr. signed, the Sir. Josle Barry with- 4Xic t (-lSSfll 31. If ", d raws f rom the Wb Ite river trade on M ay 2d and re- "Stcuitl "cu,-l SsJ sumes attain on July 17th: the Str. Hard t; tsn with- Henry Cooper master I Wra. Smith cierk draws on July 14th and resume on September 1. VU1 leave Memphl every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY 180. Thus equally dividing the dull season, and and FKIDAY. ot 5 p.m. laia n ajiply on giving each boat an opportunity to mske necessary board, or to Niv a Mwlir repairs. STB. JOSIE HAKRY. Mitt Harry, Master. , . STR. HARD CAsH, K. C Posial. Master. IjEK Lt.NK STKAMEKS. 1 OOA inOA ' ",e,"lJe' Ueienn sa friar- folnt lOOU. lOOl) JameaLec i V 1 vWVr- stack Lee masler-Lojd W. Whitlow... clerk NOTICE to PLEASURE-SEEKERS onday wJkpWfiiT37., 4 p.-. 'I O L II 1STS, EtC. FOR ARKANSAS ClTYr (iRKESVlLLrT. Excursion Memphis to t. Paul Z&&iZSSZ sml VinriAiinnlia tnrl Uslnrn and oil way landings The eltjnt ateomer aid Minneapolis and Keturn. Onachitft Stelle, Tickets Good to October 31. 188 Mark ct. cheek...mM i. oi.miii....riei Leaves a above EVKUY MOMjiV iuiu TrUhW Leaving MEMPHIS by tbe Steamers of the pay. t n nrfw. No. n vrii m t St Louis & Vicksburg Anchor-line " EVERY JI oodny, Tneaday , Wednesday, Thnro doy ond Friday, itSsn, on a on Monday, ot lO nna. Arriving at ST. LOCI 8. yoo can select yonr route, by hlVKH OR RAIL. Fare as LOW as by any other route. For Information, apply at office on WHARF BOAT. AO STORM, Superintendent. Memphis, Mav 18, ixso," FOR LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI for Cnlro. Evsssv lite, Lonlovllle sst Clnrtnoti Soulbe i Transport on Line. U. 1. Scuenck, J. L. Carter Master i R. C. Burns clerk Will leave as above SUNDAY. May 23d, at 8 a.m. For freight or passage apply to J. T. WASHINGTON. Agent, 814 Front, nn-stalrs. Memphis & Ohio River i2iPACKET COMPANY.-- FOB Cairo, Louisville and Cincinnati MTEABKKH ANDY BAUM, CONS MILLAR. JAMES W. GAFF, YIMT SHI-KLE, JAS. D. PARKER, YlBtilE LEE. Steamers of this line leave Memphis for CAIRO, LOULbVlLLE AND C1NCLNNAXI Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays AT 5 OCLOCK P.M., Connecting at Cincinnati with Railroads and Steam eis for all ' Eastern, Northern and Western Point., Giving THROUGH TICKKT3 TO ALL POINTS, OHIO AGO, TOLEDO, BUFFALO, RICHMOND NEW IORK. WASHINGTON CITT. PHILA DELPHIA. AND BOSTON. . Eastern tonrlsU will Ond the Ls Belle River Rome Sate, Delightful and Economical. Rates by this line wueaper tuan any otuer nrst-class route. Meals and Staterooms Free. Baaaairn checked throus h. lar-passenirers can rely on a splendid trip by this iue, s uie rummers ore an nrst-class, naving been xpressiy duui lor tne accommodation of pasaen-ers.- Eacb steamer carries o full btnng Band. For lull Information, apply to R. W. UGHTBURNS. General Freight and Ticket Agent, . No. 7 Monroe !. MAmnntJt FOR WHITE KIVKR. Memphis & White Hiver Packet. Brnlnr Independent Menipnlo nn White River PacKet For Augusta. Jaekannrwi t. Seai-L-f , aud way point. Tbe regular Independent Packet UABD CAsn, H2s Kd-c. rostai master i Charles postal clerk Will ieae menipiiis ovotSX WEl&lJXa OI 6 p.m. Foe freight or passage apply to B. W. LIUHTBURKB, No. 7 Monro st, opp. Peabody betel ?. T wtHHiNWTnN. wii.rf.,, FOR CAIRO ANU ST. LOUIS. At. Aenntw ond Vlrksbarg Anefcor Llse . (.'. . Halt fXJK VAIJiO AND ST. LOUIS. fiielle 3-eni phis . jVj Crane. master. Will leave the Alienor Line wharfboat MONDAY, May 21th. at u p.m. For freight or pawtage apply to D STORM, sup'L ML Xonto ond Vlrk.buriAsrk.r Lin V. 8. Moll FOK CAIHU AND ST. LOVIS. old lDust, M'Cord master. Will leave the Anchor Line wDartboat SUNDAY, May 23d, at 10 a.m. For freight or passage apply to AD. STORM. Hupt, on wftm rimu FOR V1CKSBDRO. Ht Lonla ond Vlrkabnrc Anrhar I.I no t'wlud tstntew Stall tA! YWKSM'tw. Ciraiitl Tower, Jki Co ell master. Will leave the Anchor Line wharrboat TTE3DAT, May -5th, at 10 in- For freiuut or p&ssajr at-ply to Al. STORM, bup't. on wharfboat. HI. LtiMHt Vlrir 4sehr 1.1 e tnl ted Mtotew Moll JfOK VIOKSH VHP. l oli n IS. lnude,i3i BrolasU ...master. Will leave the Anchor Line wharfboat SUSDtT. May 2U-,at 10 a.m. For freight or passero apply l AD 8TOBM. Sup't. on whurfboet rurcHCUirriiik fir . i nai ui-wiiAOtvv or.K: -lit Hi,;.. if An? ttrtv- :.) .fit.: aieova. i OFFJ3S - 3v-tI.XS3 OO reduced lrom. .. . SO reduced from. OO reduced from...;. SO reducrt from..-. OO reduced from-.... OO reduced from OO reduced front OO rrdnced from SO red need front 75 reduced front OO reduced from .9 8 50 . 1 OO . 12 OO .. IOOO .. 20 OO .. so 3 00 450 50 1 00 1 50 3 50 ill Lints OO reduced lrom Children's and Youths' CL.OTHIXG. per cent below former prices. OWEN LILLY Practical Builder OF FINE LightOarriages I KEEP A SELECT STOCK (exrlastvrly of nay own sanonrartnrel CONSTANTLY ON HAND. I am also prepared to build (TO CB DrtR) ony or nil or lliei snorter all ien of if no-dew, and Family Carriages now In use. I use nothing but tbe VKHY Bm r MATERIA!, and employ strictly nrst-class mechanics. KKPAIKING, In all Its branches, done lone promptly and In tbe best nannaw sswkw jeEoLLA'StetteiC-.L-nS P.uiiill Oct. 2. IB' -o Is th heghert achievement ie th mawufsetur. ot Gold Pens and the result of expert en, for mer than twenty years. Th -RECORD" Paa is produced Dy a killful combination cf th lute precious nd non-corroerv metals; J6 kr. CaiU and 1'ialiHMm, wttil th ordinary aold pen eon tains aa alloy of copper, roducina its hnna wrh out yielding that elasticity, density ad sti like torn per which theoatly A'latimtn supplies. Th RECORd " Gold P. f'oil are of tho beat Iridium. (Diamonds.) indestructible with fair treat ont, aod polished to glaaa lika smooth,. Steel pen writer have bow overy objeotioo to gold fairly evarcom , and evory requirement ,n ar fan whioa whi endure ana wot oxtoizo, qua, ery met Th " RECORD" Gold Pea Is guaromeod to posset Durability, Pnrmaneney or .pring Perfection of Point Price, $2.50. sold by all Je Itn and Stationers la the United Slates. If not found order direct from JOUN MUL.LAX I. Mmfaettrr, J VT. 4th St., Vimcinttnti. M I r-r r i it 1 1 n n Frft. 3' fir thf infrvlr O-r . 1 hU-mn- in-i f t ineHM, 1hki of .hiaiik.. ami all diwirUeirs btMUsrlit on l-y iiitiifcn t i(n tr excagwu. Auy Jnina( UH tile ill--r-ri'v'IltH. l;r. 1a VllION A; I., 1$ NaMaa tM.. No V. Ciiiiiinmi at Last DR. WiU. CAVVEIN'S HALESIA I An Infallible Core ond Pre enttfe for -ellow-fe-or ond nil Holorlol u CeotoxteaaT Uloeooeo. DR. Wm. CAWEiNfs CHILL CURE ft'or CO'. lie nna fc wans Fever. 6U doses will break tbe worst type of Chill and Fever, If directions are strictly followed. Cr These remedies are pjreiy vegetable, and Oouutln uothlir. olsoiioit. W. N. MlLKRfUrON dc CO., Who! le DrwrKlst, RflW.ln Me rm.. Tenn 'Vs.'. ! - Am'- - i- ' :i ' : t i .Tor 2J r.. f ;, TQider from the coontry will reciiva rr? . - ,ww -mhl - ' J '