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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-SATUEDAY, APRIL 30, 1881.
EUERYWEEK. TO-DAY It pleases us very mucb to announce lor this week's Bale a DISPLAY OF EMBROIDERIES which attests, and must show to every connoisseur, how suc cessful and triumphant wo have been in the purchase of this particular and Important stock. Our Catalogues ot Style, Qualities and Prices, is uliuply inexhaustible. Jaconet Embroideries, Nainsook Embroideries, Swiss Embroideries. Mull Embroideries, Valdenia Embroideries In the Newest, Richest and very Choicest Designs, gradlne from the very narrowest eriife to the very widest tionnce, and matching correctly and perfectly all the way through, will be old at all prices, ranging from lUc to 82 SO per yard. LARGE Remnants of VERY AMUSEMENTS. DEIt FREISCIIUTZ, WILL BI GIVEN AT Lenbrie's Theater on the Evenings of April 28 th 29th, and Matinee, 30th, bt THE MOZART SOCIETY, WITH TTIE FOLLOWING CAST: prince oitoker. ;;;-;;;;?; and CUNO, riitef Forester Mr. J. F. Byan RUDOLl'il (Two foresters I Mr. W. J. Steel, i serving under 1 Mr. R. W. Wilson and CASPAR. (. Cuno. ) Mr. A Von Gundell. KIL1AN (apeasaut)...Messrs. Huttonand Uoescher . ,r. , . .... IMisa Salie Woodward AGNES (Cuno 8 daughter. J MiM 8ophle ,, . ,.,,., . . . . 1 Miss Jennie Camp ANNIE (Agnes a cousin) MlM Je gie p1, HERMIT ...tieorge Mulian Z4M.EL Chorus of Peasants, Hunters. Musical Director...- Prof. C. P. WINKLER , Hugo Manager Mr. R. W WILSON Reserved seats run be secured, wi'hont extra Thanr-. n1 MJHfoMs B-wkstorp. Ms in street. JET PAL.ACE. REMOVAL! 0Wfte take pleasure In announcing to our cuHtomera and the public in general, that we have removed irom 217 Main street and are now occupying the large and commo dious store, 233 Main St., Clay Building, next door to Bryson & Camp's. Wc have on hand, and are daily reeeivine, a complete Hue of Fancy and stolid Mold Jewel rjr.Wntclie, lix-k. Op lira! 4mhI. ele., and invite the ladies epeeially to Inspect our handsome goads, all of which will be sold at reasonable price". Our workshop fur Manufacturing and Kenairing Jewelry and Watches, is the most complete in the city, and we guaran tee all our work. THE JET PALACE 23:1 Maln.'lnjr Building, n bi, miFM iim yf -AtlT.K. ItOONM ASP HOARD. DMMEK B)AKI Mrs. A. :. smith, of Her nanuo, Mls., will take a few hoarders during the summer. Resident in ten minutes walk of the depot M aud T. Railroad. LOST. SETTER DIM A young female setter dog, black, with white stripo on breast. A fair reward lor information leading to her recovery. A. r T.. No. 1 Msdiwn St. FOR KENT. K OOMS Nieh furnished rooms at in tonniinxi. F URNISHED DWELLING. II. u. utius, itf mauison su ROOM Nicely furnished rooms, at 116 Court street. MRS. C. P. FREEMAN. N TICK COTTAGE Six rooms: geventh. near Brosilwav. !ee lr. l.nurenee, tenn at. PERSONAL. R M-VRCIA Letter In this oftlee for you. T-vli II. W. PtritXKLI.. ) At oa.ee So. 27.i Main street (over Floyd's). Hours 1'Jt!0 to 1 :S0 p.m. AT RESIDENCE No. 137 Union street. Honrs 7 to 8 a.m.. a:30 to :M p.m., and 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. TUNING RtPAIRINO Pianos, orgausand mu Blcal instruments of all kinds. Orders from country promptly til ed. H C. HOLT.KNBKRIi. IIOLLENRERU'S MUSIC. QREAT SALE OF SHEET MUSIC. $650 PIANO G1VEiI AWAY 1 I will acll a roll of Music containing six pieces of the most popular standard composers for $1. and give a ticket eutltllng the holder to a chance in a fine new CIIICKEHIKG. KN HEor HOLLENBERG PIANO, as the ticket holder may M-lect. An order for ten tickets will secure one extra ticket. Orders by mail inut contain ten cents for return postage. H. O. HOLLESBKRO. Proprietor liKKVr HOUTHKKS MfSIC HOUSE, 'r.'O Mnln Strict. McnivhK Tenn. WANTS. C-tOTTAUE To rent a nice cottage of seven or J eignt rooms, in good rcpuir and in good lo cality. Address, giving terms and other panlcu M R. K. W.. Appeal uuice. STOCK TO PASTURE 400 acres of cultivated gnus and red clover, divided into lots by new and substantial fences all having abundance of water and supplied with salt. '!' miies south of citv. Mock oi every kiud taken to pasture, at moderate prices. WM. L. VANCE. Horn Lake Jtoad. J OB PRINTER A good Job printer wanted Im mediately. Sletolv i-itialioii and prompt iay. lr M.tCRA T OKHl't, Litlle Koek. Ark. r ASUERWuM AN A t the lirecntree House. ind kitchen on first floor. .1. this om.ee. jIL'RNISIIEU ROOM i J AOlra G AKDESKR A solar and Industrious man. Apply to . Ol.au ..nr...... J Front street. M1 ILCll COWS TO HKUll Call at 11 Ilernanno street. QAA LABORERS I'ay, station or piece work: 0JL bridje carpenters, tie-makers, track-layers, earth and timocr-workem on Hie xteusion of the Ureenvllle, t'oliimiius un.l Birminnham Rail road. Kr e railroad transportation fnm tiieeu ville. Miss. Aip y on work, or to ji'J Front street, Mvinphia. ti EO.A RStd.l)Jt tU, UoiiUacU)rs SAFE A small Hull or Mosler .V luliman Safe. lll.,tilroat -ill MAIN STKEET. OLD CITY PAST-DUE INDEBTEDNESS FOR 1S7S and prior. Also, old Citv Past-due Bonds and Coupons for pavme twk tai-s II ;H UM"NI. -JQ Ma.li-on st. t . FOR SALE. Ill A ETON A tirst-class phaeton, but little used. Apply to E L. BELCH ER, V) Madison street, Memphis. H ORSEiS Two first-clas horses ( ail at i-opiar sireei. OK iAN Mason llarutin cnurvn urgan, iu thorough repair, wilh two banks ot keys, pedal bass and blow lever. Also, several goivi Svc.uid-hand Pianos, very low lorcuh. E. WIl'ZMASN Ji C ., 22 i-il-Second st. CIUAhS,-TOBAIVO ANl" FIX TU RES Very cheap ono of the best stands in the city. Apply to CHARLES UOEBKLS. Northeast corner becond and Madisju sta. TJtK'KAWAY-Alniwt as g.wxi fas liew; will sell AV cheap. Apply at M Pernio street. "CK a&.uuu tons arst-cluss ice, from 14 to finches. in lota to suit. C. J. ATKINS J: IV.. Louisiana, Mo- B RK'K-At J. F. FRANK'S or W. H. HORTON'8. TWO lM)lLKilH-Each?4 feet by inches; two LS-lneh lines; steam and mud drums, safetv valve. Are front and breeching, will ai one or both. CLARKE. JOHSM i.N ,fc X).. 87tl Front St. PIANOS A large lot of second hand Pianos and Organs, hrst -class make for sale or rent cheap at HOU.FNBERil '3 MUSIC HOUbE. H 0RSE A good family horse, cheap. ai A'-j gecouu street. HOU8K AND LOT Wilh Garden, Shrubberies, and a variety of frult-truea; iu lh suburbs. Call at the Collage Gallery. BRICK By rtveror rail. (Quantity and quality guaranteed. LeaveordentaiJohn A.Dente'a, ti front, t. c. uuchauaa it Co., SM r rout, or n . j Ooaae (kOo.'a, IU Mam it. 0. U. P. PlPfB. AUTIFUL s LOT OF Embroideries CIIEI. AUCTION SALES. Assignee's Sale Boots & Shoes at Auction. MONDAY MORNING. MAY 2d, AT 10 O'CLOCK, Boots. Shoes, Fixtures and Accounts of T. Conso dine. No. 190 Main street, in lots to suit purchasers. Goftda fresh and desirable. By order J. J. DUFFY, Assignee. A. M. Stoddard, Auctioneer WHAT IS BETTER? 200 barrles New Process Silver tfoon Flour. 200 barrels New Process Royal Flour. 125 barrels New Process Pills bury's Best Flour. 100 tubs Select Creamery Butter Best Mocha, Java, Maracaibo, Santas and Rio Coffees Roasted Daily. II PERSONALS. Mr. A. E. Goodbab, of Goodbar & Co., leaves this morning for Boston. Mrs. A. J. Quindley, nee Katie Wallace, of Little Rock, Arkansas, is visiting relatives in this city. Mr. R. W. Leake, with Porter, Taylor & Co., left last night for a few months sojourn at Oil-Trough, Arkansas. Thf. very best of everything that can be procured, prepared in the best possible man ner, and served in the most agreeable way imaginable, at the Memphis.' Mism Frances E. Willard, the noted temperance, lecturer, will arrive here on Monday night, and daring- her stay will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Johnston, on Poplar street. LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE. Cheap Dinners. Editors Appeal I see an article in to day's Appeal headed "Cheap Dinners Wanted," and signed L., contradicting the statement made in my advertisement, that our establishment was nothing new, and naming several well-known places in the city in corroboration of his statement. If the writer of this article is at all acquainted wilh the subject in question, and will come around and investigate the matter, I think I can prove to him that he is mistaken. L. B LEEMAY. HOTEL ARRIVALS. Peabody Hotel v. S. Oalloway A Co., Proprietor. Rates 12 50, S3 and $4 per day. The house is fur nished with a steam passenger elevator, and is first class in every department. (Seventy-five rooms at J2 S4I ier day. N E Prioe i fam. Ark, D E Blackburn. Tenn, E S Nesbit, Miss. W D Kellv, Tenn, T A Connelly, NY, A J Coleman. Ky. B R Mupatrick & f, Ark, M Herman, England, E S Taylor. N Y. D G Pepper, Miss, J D Palmer. Miss. R B Davison. N Y, E Drevfus, NY. W W Martin, Ark, M V Flippin, Ark, F J Scriff, Mo, Miss A Scriff, 111. Mrs Wright fc son. 111, W B Haskins. Ark, Lundce, Miss, M Haves, Ark, F Riutgio, Ark, T Thompson, Tenn, II D Toniliuson. citv. Mrs J D Palmer, Miss, Mrs fl A Phillips. Miss, F H McNairy, N O, W E Lacey, Tenn, W M Scribner i w, 111, J W Jones, Ind, A A Hicks, Ky, Mrs Johnson. Kr, T D Rogers, Teiin, J M Hudson, Tnn, C I.anlatt. N Y. N G Baldwin, N Y. Miss Ella Parker, Tenn, Miss K Hardy, Tenn. F A Sherrod i w, city J Haley, city. J Clark. Miss. J M Krout, O, I Hilbert & w, Ky. Gaston's Hotel April 29lli. J I. Murphy, Ark, P C Ewan, Ark, v l travellers, aik, k w Mcl.emore, Miss, A Webla-r. Tenn, J B Ritzier. Mo. Mrs Frank Strong chil-J W Parnell. wife and dren. Washington. child. Miss. S II Collins, Tenn, Sam Tab-, Ark. COHutr. M&CRR. A J Cordial, Pa. H Cummins. Tenn, I. W Hon-, N Y. C 3 Kagau N Y. R R White. Miss, J W Moorman, Ga, J C Smith, Ga, H Hill. . W FTallev, Tenn, A H Beard, Ark. E P Dickev. Tenn, H D Smith, wife W n t ucker. Arte. W J Brigham, Miss, N B Blitodworth. Miss. D A McD.tnald. Miss, R W Metiniik, Miss, -M Hart, N Y. J C Summerville, Miss, W P Smith, Mis. S E Chalmers. Miss, and J M Reaves, Miss, child, N Y. Mrs Tate & 2 chil, Tenn, R D Berry, Miss. LAW REPORTS. CbanrorT Court McDowell, Chancellor. A call of hearing cases from 1"00 to 2000 will be made this morning. SPECIAL XOTICE. Order left on siatardaj- for Spring Lamb, fresh Meats, Flah and Vegeta bles, will be delivered Sunday Horn ing. II. 8EESSI.L, SR., Jt SOS. CIIEERIXO XE1VS TO Parents and tinardians. We are in receipt of a new invoice of an elegant line of boys and children's clothing. These goods, just arrived, and have tieen bought extremely low on account of the late ness of the season. We are prepared to show you a magnificent line of two and three piece suits, rich and lovely garments for little ones, at prices fully forty per cenL less than at the beginning of the season. Ladies take advan tage of these bargains, pay us a visit. We extend to you special invitations to inspect our new styles, and we are comment H low prices and good goods will command a ready sale, we certainly will sell them very rapidly. Do not buy one dollar's worth until you see our new novelties. We will positively save ysu a handsome margin. Call at the favor ite cioming emporium, "GREAT WESTERN," J27 Main street The Memphss Brewing company has put its bock beer on tap at all the city saloons. DIVORCE PETITION Filed In the Chancery Court A Storjr ofHsrltal ITuhappinesw I'lainly Told by Ilia Wife. In the chancery court a divorce bill has has been filed by Nellie M. Diggs against Eli P. Diggs, alleging that they intermarried in 1869 in this city and county, her maiden name being Nellie M. Allen; that she lived with the defendant from that time up to two months since, and that three children are the fruits of Raid marriage. During all these years the defendant has been insulting and disagreeable, and has been guilty of cruel and inhuman conduct, and has offered such indignities to her person as to render her condition intolerable, and thereby forc ing her to separate from him. When mar ried, she had considerable property some $0000, which went into the hands of said Diggs; he also collected the rents up to some four months ago, when she took charge of her own property and collected her own rents because, although the defendant collected her rents and made nothing himself, he failed to provide for the support of her and her children. He cursed and abused complain ant on many occasions without cause; he struck and slapped her, and cursed her with out just cause, pushed her against the wall, kicked her, threatened to break her g d d n neck, and deliberately spat in ber face. Two weeks ago he 6eized and threw the break- last table over, breaking the dishes, and swore and raved like a madman. She is the owner of several lots of real estate and had several thousand dollars in money. She asks that the said Iigg9 be enjoined from coming to her house and annoying her or interfering with her or ber tenants, bbe prays lor the possession of her property, that certain as signments of title to the same be set aside, and that she be invested with all the rights of a femme toit, and for all general and special relief. local Paragraphs. The Mississippi river at this point is declining slightly. The star route and postal service commis sion is still at work in this city. Yesterday afternoon the police arrested Wm. Casey on a larceny charge. The dog muzzling and killing ordinance will be enforced on and after next Thursday. The Life of Lord Seaconsfield, in Seaside Library, to be had at Mansford's, 298 Main street. It took seven shots from a pistol to kill a vicious dog at the stationhouse yard yes terday. The advance gnard of the mosquito army has arrived and is quartered through out the city. At the Theater matinee to-day and again to-night the Mozart society will pre sent the beautiful opera Der FrewchuU. Chancery Court Clerk and Master R. J. Black will sell, in front of the courthouse, at noon to-day, a lot of suburban property. The summer sun will soon pour down, And many then will think A saloon is the best place In the tow n To get a cooling erink. At the recorder's court vesterday morn ing, Win. McGlaughlin and Wm. Howard were placed under five hundred dollars bond each on charges of larceny. Sunday, the 16th of May, of last year, was memorial day at Elm wood cemetery. The attendance of ladies and gentlemen was large, and the ceremonies most impressive and religious. Colonel Montgomery is preparing to build several hundred feet of ad-iitional cot ton storage sheds near the Mississippi and Tennessee railroad depot, and in reach of his compress at that point. The thunder and rain-storm at 3 o'clock yesterday morning cooled the atmosphere considerably. At noon yesterday the ther mometer noted 62 of temperature and the barometer 30 inches of pressure. A miuicale will be given at the Tennes see club parlors on Monday evening next. Miss Hessie 1'ierce, ot Little Kock, also Mrs. Stanley, and other gifted musicians, will help to make it toe most delightful aluir ol the season. Miss Frances E. Willard, of Chicago, president of the Women's Christian Tem perance union ot the United states, is an nounced to lecture at the Greenlaw Opera house on the 3d and 4th of May (Tuesday and Wednesday of next week), and also in the afternoon of the same days at the Cen tral Baptist church, on Second near Beale street. Yesterday Mr. James T. Baston, of Crit tenden county, Arkansas, who was appointed by the judge of the court of said county to go to Little Rock and take charge of Haves White, the negro who murdered SherilT Beattie, telegraphed to G. A. Fogleman tht 1 thp man arrested was White. Mr. Barton will bring back the prisoner to Marion. To-morrow, at the Fort Pickering range, the German and Memphis Kille clubs will shoot for the prize gun at an eight-inch bull's-eye target, 200 yards, off hand. The winner of the match to-morrow will be han dicapped one point in the next contest, and must be winner of three matches before he becomes the undisputed owner of the prizr In the following stanza the lines can lie read backward or forward, and will give forth the same sense and sentiment: Dies slowly fading day; winds mournful sigh ; Brightly stars are waking, Flhs owlet, hooting holding revel high Nightly silence breaking. Breaking silence nightly, nigh revel holding, hooting owlet flies. Waking are stars brich tly ; Sigh mournful winds; day, fading slowly dies. At the old fair ground, yesterday, quite a crowd was in attendance to enjoy the races. The first race was for a purse of SloO, mile heats. The entries were Gillooly's Daylight, Gallina's Fortuna and Gaston's Tennessee Girl. Daylight won the two heats easily, Tennessee Girl being second and Fortuna third. The next race was a quartr-mile dash, which was won by Gallina's entry, Walsh's entry being second and Dunn's third. The scrub race followed, which amounted to nothing. MEMvEX BROTHERS. PARASOLS! MKMiEX imOTIIEKS. SPECIAL XOTICE. Orders left on Saturday for Spring Laiub, freali Jlfsts, FUli and Vegeta bles, will be delltered Kundnjr Morn ing. II. SEKSS11I,, Kit, A SOS. A Card. Mr. Henry Luehrntaiin hits in transit a car-load of Samuel Wainwright's St. Louis celebrated Bottled Lner Beer. This is un doubtedly the fancy beer of the world. A single trial will convince the most skeptical. Mr. Ltiehrmnnu has secured the control of this beer for Memphis. Wm aV S. JACK A CO., 3:12 Main Street, Have reduced the price of their celebrated Triple Motion White Mountain Freezers. 2 quartz $i 70, 3 quartz ?2 15, 4 quartz $2 60, 6 quartz f 3 .".", 8 quartz if3 8tl, 10 quartz S-l . Now is your time to buy. Call on them at once. Floyd's LndicV KetAiiraut, Complete iu every detail, newly papered, painted, cool and well ventilated. i.very delicacy you can possibly want. The Factors Mutual Insurance Compa ny, of Memphis, Tenn. On and after May 1, 18S1, the Factors Mutual Insurance company, of Memphis, will be prepared to transact all business in trusted to them, lue company is entirely marine and inland, and will be conducted on a purely mutual system. Parties doing busi ness with this company will, out of the earn ing, be entitled to a dividend on all pre miums paid in. This feature will commend itself particularly to persons doing a large marine and iulaud business, and the naiuts of the subscribers are a sufficient guarautee as to the reliability aud solvency of the com pany. AMUSEMENTS. The Opera Season. The Theater was well filled last night on the occasion of the reproduction of Weber's opera, Der Freischulz, by the Mozart society of Memphis. The cast was changed in sev eral roles, Miss S. Houston appearing as "Agnes," Miss Jessie Steele as "Annie," Mr. Von Gundel as"Zamiel" and Mr. Wilson as "Caspar." Misses Houston and Steele gave mof.t pleasing interpretations of their respect ive parts, were deservedly applauded, pre sented with magnificent bouquets and called before the curtain several times to respond to the long-continued applause from the au dience. The young ladies acquitted them selves admirably, displaying no little lyric talent for amateurs. The other roles were equally as well filled as on the previous nifht. The opera went off in a smooth manner, everything working better than on Thursday night. The incantation scene in the Wolf's Glen was very finely presented, and was nigniy commended lor its scenic.etlect. The Matinee To -Day. At the matinee to-day Der Freischutz will be presented for the last time, there being no performance to-night. The cast will be as lollows, as on rriday night: Agnes, Cuno's Daughter Miss Sophie Houston Annie, Agnes's Cousin Miss Jessie Steel Rodolph, a Forester Mr. W. J. Steel Cuno, Chief Forester Mr.J F. Rvan Caspar, a Forester Mr. R. W. Wilson Prince Ottokar Mr. R. Hnttnn Killian, a Peasant Mr. J. Rocscher Hermit Mr. George Mahan Zaniiel Mr. Alfred C. vou Gutidell Chorus of Peasants and Hunters. The price of reserved seats will be seventy five cents; general admission fifty cents. No hall-tickets tor children will be sold. A Cough, Cold or Sore Throat should be stopped. Neglect frequently results in an incurable lung disease or consumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do not disorder the stomach like cough syrups and balsams, but act directly on the inflamed part, allay ing inflammation, give relief in Asthma, Bron chitis, Coughs, Catarrh and the Throat Troubles to which singers and public speak ers are subject. Sold at 25c a box every where. Bock beer by the Memphis Brewing com pany can be found on tap from to-day until Monday at all the principal saloons in the city. KAII.X A FltEIRERCi, Corner Mnln and Poplar Streets, Offer balance of best white Sateen Drill Drawers at 40e; extra large sizes the same price. A few more of the fine Nainsook Under shirts at 40c each. Also in Dress Goods and Shoe Depart ments great bargains this week. KAHN & FREIBERG, Corner Main and Toplar. Open until 10 o'clock to night. "FREE LLACII!" Buck lteer! Ruck Beer! Free lunch and elegant Schlitz famous Buck Beer at II. CARO'S, 31 K. Conrt Street. To Hie Jfobby Young Slen, And those accustomed to have their clothes made to measure, we call your particular attention to two syles of the most nobby suitings ever exhibited by smy clothier in the country. These just arrived and are entirt ly new, the novelty ot the season; the richest and loveliest garment you ever saw; silk and satin lined throughout; go:tenup iu the most gorgeous style. Young gents pay lis a visit and examine these stvLs anil you will be perfectly amazed. Thev are bevond doubt the most elegant garment and the gem of the season. You will find our prices on these nobby suits will be ltist one-halt what the tailor will charge you. Call at the favorite clothing emporium. "UKtAi' WfcM'fcKN," 227 Main street. The bock beer made bv the Memphis Brewing company can be found at all the leading saloons in the city for several days to come. SPECIAL NOTICE. Orders left on Satnrtlay for Spring Lamb, fresh Meats, i'ih and Vegeta bles, will be delivered Kunday Morn- II sEF.NM I., Ml, A SOW. Frencli steuui ijo-vrorUs. Ladies' and gentlemen's goods dved and cleaned at Lonis Kit eel's, S-i Jefferson stree1. This is motion dav. A call will also be made of hearing cae from 1000 to loOO; continued, if not ready, with privilege of re setting in ten davs. LOCAL NOTICES. Lemons at N. Y. prices, D. Canale & Co.'s. Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic is agreeable to the taste. Coal by car or cask at Brown & Jones's 282 Main street Van's celebrated wrotiglit-iron range sold by Louis Dush, sole agent, 3'.14 Main street. From to-day until Monday the Memphis Brewing company bock beer will be on tap at all the leading saloons of the city. Sewer Connections Made in a thorough and sanitary manner. J. A. BAILEY. 29 Second street Lovers of bock beer will find that manu factured by the Memphis Brewing company at all the saloons to-day. Now is the time to buy stoves cheap at Louis Dush's. :-.14 Main street. ADDITIONAL RIVER NEWS. Hi. or 'IViCKrfiiiiN. ST. LOriS.Ai.ril J Niirlit Uiver risen f. inplHs? with :jl fei't by the trail;?. :thi'r rU-ur hiilI cool. Arrived: Ste. (.enuvit-ve. Memphis; R:ivru mid lifti-gos. New Orleans. Departed: Ste. Genevieve, Memphis. BITTERS. STOMACH rStiootinv 4' hi II Down I he Bark, Pull pin in the limM. iinuea, biliousness, are symptom of tM prntu-hinir ivver find amie. Uko without dt'luy Ho U tter s Stomach Hitters, which .substitutes for the chiily aunsatioii a genial warmth, rvgulaRs the utimach, and imparl tone to the li-.r. The bowel, the Mor.iueli mid the bil iary iriund beinjr r stored to a healthy Condition, the disease is conquered ut the outlet." For m1c M'h'1 lrmLT'xl and Df-j!1! 'TIomTIv. FOR SALE. PUliLIC SALE Lnttiiig Soap Manufacturing AND OIL REFIMXG COMPANY. THE FIVE-STORY liliK K Bl'ILDIXG, FORM erly known s.s Bradley Block, situated at foot of Adams street, wilh the ground occupied thereby, and extending to Mississippi river, with all the Machinery lor making Soap and RcIlninR Oil, together with Soap and 8oap Material on hand at time of sale, ami office Furniture, will be sold, on the premiss, st public sale, on Tnesday, May 17, IsM, lor Cash. By order of the lizard of Iiireetors. JOHN II. CIUDESTER, President Memphis. Tenn . March -rt. lvil. C1I1XCEKY SAIE. CHANCERY SALE ol-' KEAL ESTATE. No. lJlf Chancery Court of Shelby county J. Masiitt CamplM-ll et al. . John Nt-lsmi clnl. ; and No. S7.7 Heiskeil, Seott 4. lieiskcll vs. Tlios. MurdiMk el at. BY virtue of intcrhwutory decrees for sale en tered in ea hoi the atnive causes ,,n the 4th day of March. Issi.'M. B. ;i. paj;e l,.'"i. and amended April a, ISM, 1 will sell at public auction, to the hiithcst bidder, in front of the Clerk aud Master's otli.ee, courthouse of Shelby county, Memphis, Tennessee, ou Nalnrdny. April SO, ISM, within lelnil hours, the followim; descritiod prop ertv, situated iu Shelby county, Teuuessee.io-wit : Lots Xos. three t four (li and rive ) oti the south side Of Market street, vach feet front ty HO feet deep: and lot ihirty-tive on the northeast intersection of Fxchauue and Fulton stru-ls, 'Jj feet front by lot) feet deep all of said lots liting in the Taxing District of Shelby county, funnerly city of Memphis: said lots beiti more parik-ilarly described and shown on a plat and report of ?om lniwoners filed herein, to hieh reference is nude. Terutsos Sale On a ere lit of s vi-n a:td twthe months: purchaser exicuti.is note with approved security; lieu remiitcd. vtc. ThN April 1W R. J. BLACK, Clerk and Jlastei. C. W. HcuJteU, Sol3.iorCouipl'u. mi; WARXFAU A THIEF And FuarUlve from Justice Strange Conduct of tbe Marshal or Tren ton, Gibson t'onnty, Tea- Lost year a negro stole a watch from Mrs. Ellis, of this city, and, disposing of the property, left for parts' unknown. A few weeks Bince Captain CHaver, of the police, recovered the watch, and it was discovered that the negro was living with his father near Trenton, Gibson county, in this State. Chief-of-Police Davis wrote to City Marshal Blackmore at Trepton as to the robbery, and asking information as to the negro, but re ceived no answer. Another Trenton official was ia the city some days Bince, and to him Chief Davis expressed his surprise at City Marshal Blackmore's conduct in not answer ing his letter. The official, on returning home, asked Blackmore as to the letter. He replied that he had received it, but, as the negro was sick, he did not see any use in arresting him. He added, however, that he would now write to Chief Davis at Memphis as to the thief. The other official replied that it was unnec essary, as he had written to Chief Davis stating that the negro was still with his lather. Captain u Haver, armed with a tstate warrant, visited Trenton, and was seen by City Marshal Blackmore, but had no conver sation with him. This was late in the even ing, and the next morning, when . Captain O'Haver went out of town to the negro's house, the boy had disappeared, having got ten wind ol his arrival at Trenton. The boy's father, on being questioned concerning his son, said he knew what he came after, that Captain O'Haver wanted to arrest his son for stealing a watch in Memphis. This statement being contradicted by the captain, the old darky added that he knew he came to arrest his eon, because a couple of weeks ago Marshal Blackmore, of Trenton, read to him the letter written by the chief-of-police at Memphis. Captain O'Haver at once sus pected that the marshal had also given the negro warning the night before, so that he could hide out and not be found by him. The conduct of the city marshal was at once reported to the mayor and several aldermen of the city, who promised to investigate the matter and remove the marshal if this facts j stated were proven. It seems that Blackmore was elected marshal by the negro vote, beat ing his opponents, who divided the white vote, and hence he must have felt under ob ligations to the negro thief and fugitive from justice to give him the information he received by letter from Chief Davis. Floyd's Caudles Have a reputation we feel proud of. Nene better anvwhere than Floyd's. Bottom prices in stoves at Louis Dnsh's, 394 Main street. VERMIN DESTROYER. MEDICATED STEAM Vermin Destroyer DISINFECTANT, A HEW AND TS.OKDERFUL ESYEHTIOH. As Eitectivs, Cesiaci and Sncput mxabs or Destroying' Bed Bugs, Cockroaches, Ants, Moths and Parasites of all kinds. The apparatus for generating the steam is an ordinary nursery lamp holding half a pint of the Medicated Fluid, with a tube at the top to direct the Medicated Steam upon any point infested with insects. It is heated with a small spirit lamp beneath the boiler. For Dwellings, Hotels, Steam Ships, Restaurants &c, nothing ever discovered equals this ap pliance. It is harmless to human life; is in expensive and simple in its use. While a most potent means for destroying Vermin it is the best disinfectant known and may be most effectually used to prevent the spread of contagious diseases, such as Yellow Fever, Scarlet Fever, Typhoid Fever, Diptheria, Small Pox, &c. One trial is the best proof of the great advantages of this over all other appliances. For sale by Druggists and Gen eral Dealers. J. C. SPENCER, Proprietor, 532 Washington St, N. T. LOTTERY. The LITTLE HAVANA COMPANY on Supplement to Itoyal Havana Lottery TAKES PLACE APRIL 28, 18S1. Desiring to meet the very general demand for Lo"-priced Tickets, we have devised a Supplemen tary Series of Prices, based upon the Regular Draw ings of the Royal Havsna Lottery, the amount of Prizes in which are as follows: 1 Grand Prize ........ f 5.000 1 Grand Prize w. 1,000 . 1 Grand Prize 600 2 Prizes of SJTO each 4110 5 Prizes of 1U0 each 500 UK) Prizes of 20 each 2.10 C4U Prizes of 5 each S.'-tK) ) Prizes of ;i each .-. . 750 D Approxim itions, of ea-n, to the 9 rcuiiiiniii units 01 some 10 aa the one drawinz the SX1O0 225 2 Approximations, of 9M each, to the number preceding aud following the one drawing ilOuO... 4n 1011 Prizes U. 8. Currency.. .S13615 Wholes, 91; Halves, SO cents. Prizes fiaid in full in United States currency lm rnediaU'ly ou presentation of ticket. Forinforma ton arirOv to f I. rii:ls-ri. fi w (vnrt. Mmnhis- STEAMSHIPS. ALLAN LINE Of Royal Mail Steamers Frwrn Ralfimore every alternate: Tuesday fok Mvcrnnol, via Quecnstown. From Bom ton kvehy Thursday pus Liverpool, via Lon donderry. Extra .Steamers from illfiNVOw, ilal. way and l.oudoiKlerry. This line oilers su K.Tt) Cabin Aeeomnio 'attous, and makes a ape cui.tv as to kind treatment to Steerage Passe 11 geis. For outward and prepaid ticket apply to J AM. M'KI I), Agent, at Memphis, or to LEVEtfc ALLEN, General Passenger Agents, Broadway, New York: 105 South Fifth sU, Phi) delnhia: 5 SttP strpt. Boston I)P..11V1. X KPI.EMIID OPPORTI SITY TO WIN A HOUTTNE. FIFTH GRAND DISTRIBUTION, CLASS K, AT NEW ORLEANS, TUESDAY, MAY 10, lHSl-13Jd Monthly Drawing. Louisiana State Lottery Company This Institution was regularly incorporated by the Legislature of the State, for Educational and Charitable purposes. In ISftS. for the term oi Twenly-Hve Years, to which contract the In violable faith of the State is pledged, which pledge has been renewed by an overwhelming popular vote, securing its franchise in the new constitution adopted December 2, A. D. 1879, with a capiuU of Sl,000.nno,to which it has since added a reserve fund of over fW,000. ITS GRAXu SINGLE NUMBER DISTRIBUTION will take place monthly on the second .Tuesday. It Never Scales or Postpones. Look at the following distribution: CAPITAL PRIZE, 830,000. 100,000 TICKETS AT TWO DOLLARS EACH. HALF-TICKETS, ONE DOLLAR. LIST OF PRIZES. 1 Capital Prize J.10,000 1 Capital Prize 10.000 1 Capital prize 5.000 2 Prizes of $2,SO0 5,000 5 l'nzos ot l.uoo 20 Prizes of 500 ino Prizes of 100 200 Prizes of 50 500 Prizes of 20 1000 Prizes of 10 AFrROXIMATIOM PRIZItS. 9 Approximation Prizes of &W0 9 A p proximation Prizes of 200 9 Approximation Prizes of 100 .. 5,000 .. 10,000 .. I0.1XO .. 10,000 .. 10.0U0 .. 10,000 .. 2.700 .. l.SOO 900 ls-7 Prizes, amounting to $110,400 Ui'siHttsil'le corresponding agents wanted at all Piiitit-s, to whom a liberal compensation will be paid. Kor further information, write clearly, givintr full address. Send onlcrs by Express or in a Regis tered letter, or Mnnev Order, liy mail. Addressed only to .M. A. IAI PII1., Xew Orleans, I.a., or M. A. DAUPHIN, at So. 319 Broad way, Sew York, or to D. L. Gii.lespib, No. 6 West Court street, Memphis. Tennessee. All onnirand Extraordinary Drawinirs are under the suj-rvisi..u and management of GENERALS G. T. BRAURKftARn and TUBAL A. KARLY. Asiiarnees Nale sf Bar, Mock and Fix tures; also. Furniture. Carpets, Bed dins'. hlna. Cooking Klove and KiL-heu l ieosils, AT 65 AND 57 MADISON STREET, To the highest bidder, for cash, to wind up the af. fairs of r'red Wolf. A good chance for someone who wants to engage in'the business. SAM FOLTZ, Assignee. W ill le closed out within 30 days, either by pri vute sale or public auction. ,"sf Ki I? NT 'ZBAOE MARX. till. Ill as Entirely novel styles of Shaded and Striped Silks to match and trim our fine Nun' Veil ings. -cicsnub 011a uiuuiuftiiun Bum at reason ble prices. Recollect, everything to match Entirely novel stvles of Black All-Silk Gren adine and Satin Merveille uz. Entirely novel styles of Fancy Black Silks and Mourning Dress Goods. Rich Passementeries. Beaded Laces. Spanish Laces. New Buttons. All-silk Sun Umbrellas, H,li75,$2 25, t2 75. TtrYsOAilprl PnraortlB Hnw anrl Rniil.o.l et ca Satin ParflHola rVillTWi lt-iitno-c anil I-..., ,.-,,, mings. I t, $6 50, f i. EMBROIDERIES greatly reduced In price. KID GLOVES at very low prices. NECKWEAR at low prices. KREMEE'S White Rough Bonnets, 75e. KREMER'S White Rough Hats, 75c. V RFUIi'Ria T .,1, D, Ha 11.1. , , . , lined and finished, tl 25. KREMER'S numerous Sailor Shade Hats,25c. KREMER'S Peculiar Hats, 50c. OnrTmnortari I.. Qtra. TT.tc ami 11 i.. much reduced in price. . Our Paris Pattern Hats irrpatlv rprliirori in price. Prpttv Voi. C(,-l f T -.1 J .,..! , J ui;ito w. .-,'11 1- r, .uu JU1B0CS Hats. flnMInlt.Af CranA TT to - n . C ; 1 1, TT . .) Bonnets. New Flowers. New Flowers. M. & E. G. Kremer & Co. 253-255 MAIN ST. WIRE WORKS. MEMPHIS Light and Heavy W in' Work, or Every Inscription, Hade to Order. A specialty of Wire Guard;- for Doors and Windows (both stationary and movable) for Storehouses aud Dwellings. Also, COl'KTER, DESK and B.4XK RAII.IX;S W Estimates of cost furnished on short notice. In stock, a full supply of Wire Goods, such as Bee hive, Barrel Covers. Wire-flaskets, Florist Stock aid Wire-Cloth, at Whole-ale and Retail. SHIRTS. Fancy Shirtings IX XEW DESIGXS, FOR SPECIAL ORDERS, AT T.J. McCAHTirST'S 293 Main Street. ROOFIXG. IE0ST EOOFIHG br Buildings of all Classes For circulars and prices address W. G. HYNDMAN Ss CO CINCINSATi, . J olinManogTie, Gen'l Agent, 19MAIXjST.,EMJPlUS TEX. HAltKY J. II ICE, FHACTICALi Guttering and Repairing promptly attend ed to. Steamboat Work a Specialty. NO. S3 UATOSO STTIEET. MEMPHIS. SHIRTS. SOLID VALUE SOLID VALUE XOTIC'E. MEMPHIS ELEVATOR CO.IIPA.V V. Notice to Contractors A Lumber Dealers SEALED PROPOSALS addressed to Jno A Grant, Memphis, Tenn., "indorsed proposal for fur nishing material, or making excavations, building foundations, etc., as the case mnv be," will be re ceived until 12 m. of the 5th day of Mav, loM. For furnishing and delivering say 2.000.oii) feel, more or less, lumber on board ears or on the bank of the river at Center Landing, in the city of Mem phis, Tenn ; and for furnishing nuiterial and build ing foundations of brick or stone, 15U0 cuhlc vards, more or less: and for each excavation by the cubic yard Specifications aud amounts of material to la; furnished, etc., can be obtained at thenilice of Jno. A. Grant, General Sup't Memphis and Charles ton Railroad, either by letter or iu ierson. In quiries by letter should bo addressed to w m. Wat son, care Jno. A. Grant. The right ia reserved to reject auy or all bids. By order of the Board. J. C. NEELY, President. Lons Hamate r, Secretary. Slager & Goldbaum, TAILORS, Corner of Jefferson and Second Street. HAVE NOW A COMPLETE LINE OF FINE siiiltlnits rr stprincr and Knminer, aud orlcr them at a LOWER PKH.'E than anv other house in the city. First-class Work aud Trimmings only, A call uliciu.d. t. & G, WIRE WORKS s-i' S3 1-, - if Jl TlD&S w is mmMJi m fflffiM MM Announce Clearing Ml 3MKEM BEOTHEESi N.B. This week and DEALER IX STOVES, GRATES, MANTELS HARDWARE, HOLLOW-WAKE Sc. CASTINGS, Also iiixnoTxrinres Plain and; Japanned Tinware, (oppar and fiheetlron Ware Tin Roofing;, Spouting, Cintterlnis and all Kinds or Jobblng Proraptly Attended to. No. 394 Main Street, ; ; : : Memphis, Tennessee AIL WHO HAVE TRIED IT SAT SO! 500 BRLS. COLE'S 3 FG FLOUR 1000 Brls. COLE'S EXTRA FLOUR S0H00 LFIELD. HANAUER & GO. BTo. 25G Front TH3 EL1H1EDOE! T Tl 1l Ii-als tl it orcl. 254 Second, Irving Block, Memphis A. S. lilVISlIliilE, PrexidenU J. II. WEST RAT, Foreman of Marhlnery. 11. A. '1 A I t -Ti, Secretory. Kt). W. WlIUBIUH r, f oreman Pattern Ie pt The Livermore Foundry & Machine Co (Succesors to Gunn & Fagan, Union Iron Works.) 1GO, 102, 16 1, 106, 168, 170, 172 and 171 Adams, Memphis. Iron and Rruss Castlnics, Sthaftlns and Pnlleys, Cotton Presses, Plantation Work Bnildinie Wsrk, Railroad Work, Steamboat Work, Brass Coods, Pipe and Pipe Fittings. Oeneral Repairs and everything; pertalains; to the Foundry and Blaeblne Shop Business. 2WartMuwMhnroiurh . COCHRAN k CO. r: Q 3 - N1W ANI PI,.tM.u MILL, NAVY YAM). DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, TilOLDING, LUMBER Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, and Cedar Posts, IVTornrilila ------ Teniienairjo CHICKASA W Jno. E. Handle & Co., Proprietors. No. 03 Second Street, Opposite Market Square, Memphis, Tenn. COTTON-PRESS EM, dlN-GEARIKG, Snartlng and Pnlleys, all kinds Iron and Rrass Castlnira, and Every thins; la Llns ForKHRT and Bl ACUI F-H1IOP WORK. SHIRTS TO MAY, LOEWENSTINE & CO., No. 239 1-2 Main Street Memphis, Tennessee. Men's Fine ITnderwear and FurnlshlnKS. Perfection in Make and Materials. & EI I EST FACTORY, 269J MAIJf It SlmMls at the Head! The Liirlit-lJuiiiiins: Domestic. 'ulmer Burton k Co WHOLESALE GROCERS ID COTTON FACTORS IVos. 371 and 373 Main St. Memphis. Sale of their Entire 0) K WRAR WITHOUT REGARD TO we display many Novelties in Ladies9 Children's Costumes ! ALL KINDS OF Street, Memphis. AT T.TiTnTT o Wholesale and Retail Dealers In all kinds a Sewing Machine Goods GENERAL AGENTS FOR THE ELDREDGE, SEWER, REMINGTON, HOWE, ST. 0H5 & AMERICAN SE WIX MACHINES AND JS. BirrTJBXtXOXZ ArCO.1I PATTERNS & FASHION PUBLICATIONS Repairs for All Machines a Specialty. 1H0I WORKS! ORDER! G. W. FISHER, General Agpent for DOMESTIC Sowing Machine Co Needles, Oil, Attachments and Parts for all Hewing Machines. All Kind of Sewing Ma cliines Repaired. 263 Second Street MEMPHIS, IK Stock of Beautiful COST. MOXtJMEXTS, F.H. Suooesson to Anderson, Tenn Co.) DEALERS nr MARBLE AXD GRAXTTE MONUMENTS! 58 to 62 E. Court St, MEMPHIS, s t t TENNESSEE TTTK KEEP ON HAND A LARGE AND WELL VV selected stock of Marble and Urania Monuments, as well as a RTest variety of Tossb. stones. Our facilities for Inanorttna; ArtlsMa Work from Italy are equal to any Eastern Arm, while great csrre and attention la riven to th Ornamental Depa "stent. Wo reaper tfnily Invite Insneetlon EDUCATION Ala. Mm. Frederick J.ss.n and Misa Asrnes I. Jon so ENOLI8H. FRENCH AND GERMAN Board-ins-and Bay School lor Young-Ladies, No. 13 East it I st street, between FiflE and Madison svesues, NEW YORK. Boarding puplla will be received st any time, and can remain dur ing the summer holidays. UNDERTAKERS. J. H. FLAHERTY & CO. a -Jtt'muav Ananm su4a J' Wiiin imiiimm"" UNDERTAKERS! 817 -on4 ffia KEinXIlMEalPIIIJB. A FTTLL ASSORT MENT OP METALIC CASK Jt. ET8 and CASES always on band; also Robes and Trimmings. svOrden by telegraph will receive our prompt attention. All good shipped C. O. D. aWTo my old friends in the city of Memphis: We have secured the valuable services of UKORQE DASHIEL, Esq , an old and esteemed resident of Kempbls, to superintend and take charge of our business in the General Undertaking Line. He can be found at all hours at our headquarters. JAMES FLAHERTY A CO., 817 Becond at. H. A. THOMS, UNDERTAKER, 209 MAIN ST., MEMPHIS, TENN. KEEPS on band fall stock of Coffins, Burls Robes, Ktc Order, promptly filled. UNDERTAKERS! 320 Main Street, Memphis. -DTJ RIAL ROBES AND COFFIN HARDWARE I Orders by telegraph promptly filled, and Cases shipped C. v. i. BITMERS. For Dyspepsia. Nervousness. Bilious Attacks, Headache, Cos uveness, ana an Diseases or the Liver and Stomach. ARE DBCIDEDI.T THE MOST POTENT REMEDY THAT CAN BB UBaD. Tt I. Dot .o Intoxicating beverage, and certainly 'onld nevnr be UHid ... nli.Mni Mihalltnlii ritr.I. rohollr ntlranlentii, but tt I. truly a valuable Family mum, wnira na. iwt-n uwu lur maay year, uv large number, of our clttsen. with the most uarall ilaK anocea. In aU the above complaints. Try It. Ha Osnta a Pspsr. or tl.OO a Bonis. M. K. THOIIIOM, Pronrletor, Bslttmors, Maryland. THREAD. iXEST 1NTHE WORLK .MM. Bt tun t call or tkt "A" tutj Our 'A' is strongir than ' C or ' D of cheap Sflka, Every spool mcuures ioo yards. Just al i marked j Cheap Silks meawire only 40-" Z? T5" 1 1 1 If you want a splendid Butlon-HoU 1 wut uour J'.tttnt Quill Tuiul. The BRAINERD ARMSTRONG SILK'le bcins wed and recommended by the Dressmakers, and are consider them the belt judge in the world.; ro sals sv Wm. Frank A Co., Memphis, j Cerber ft Wilsos, Memphis.' WMOLSSALS ONLY. Lennon & Gale, Memphis. MW A 3-pa;e pamphlet, giving Rules and Designs for Knitting Silk Stockings, Mittens, Money Purses, Babies' Cap. and Boots, Laces, etc., will be pracnted to any lady buying our Silk or Twist at the abov) named stores. TYPE FOUNDRY. FRANKLIN TYPE rouNimy, 209 Fins Arrest, OinelnsMsM, Okis. ALLISON, SMITH k JOHNSON. .wIh."J.T?-n w.hlrh 'h, Paper la prtslsd Is ftOss la above Foundry. E&. Arraau I& yjgji AM I UUuftslll ufRlLrlK I UN 1 1.