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THE MEMPHIS TPEE--S:WE)A.Y, OGT0BEE 11, 1874.
APPEAL HATES. dates or soitscBirrioN. &AILT: -f 1 OO Mr nsenths, by mill. . .MA MM. ABM MU. llT fURll xo namSKanoVt.oir.fD citr ous on ood Ifo, In elly. 1 Jo U.AsPEBBnWWbrtiMre, cU JIAICT or AITEBTISUTO. IK DAILY APrEALl tret towrMw, per sonars- - OO plissas i nt Imi Hons, per square n UU lines MUM nonpareil inske one squire, and twelve Hbm nut one Inch, uocal Notice are cents per line first In- M rtXw, IS cents pel ttae per week, and US r-tits per Hue per moo lb. V . are M cents per line first lnter- t to, asd 1 cent per Hoe each subeeqnenl Drat u4 Marriage BoUees, Funeral notice and OMWaHes, are charged at regular rate. We will Bat accept any ad vertJtemeata to fel low reanlac matter. jTlrst or Fourth page aavertiseznenU, station ary, double rates. Specimen copies seat f ree of ebarce. Oar mall-book are kepi by postofflees, and set hy IntUvktael names. In orderuse papers changed from one poatoSlce te another, tae names or both pottofaces teBtds. be given. We solicit Mian and communication! upon saajeeu ef gtaeral interest, but Bach mot always be aeoontpauled by a responsible name. We ll not retain rejected communications. All letters, eoauuaoteaHoBC, or anything else lor the ArTXAL, sfcxmki not be sddreesed to any Individual conceded with tbe office, bat simply the tPPCtl. Mrmntila. Trail. AMUSEMENTS. M LHI'HIN TUFATXB. 1'. W. DAVEV. Pkoprietob ANJ.HTJNCSMENT BSLTEAOBDINABYI gagaggmcnt for Six Nlebta and One Matt aw, commencing Monday, Oct. 12th, of Mii.,iARi.E' porr, sasportad bribe Olympic Tiieater Company of A Louis. Monday and Hirly Evening, tne snbltme. play of fanner, tbe Hero ot Uasa. Chart en rope. n lUutMinr una luantuji BELPMtGOB. Fridar- Boeflt of Mr. Charles Pope, MlHlI ABO ABjCr SOTltlRO. urdar Nfctit . RICHARD 1IL U jniii can be bad at the Peabody Hotel or the Theater. Monday. Oct. mis Lmgard Combination, rxUUD CALICO U&LL AT THE FEABODV. HOTEL, Tuesday Evening, October 13, 1SU, For the Benefit of NT.tlZlKCH CIITJBC1I. Under tne Management of the Ladies of the Omm,iiuM1 by the following Gentlemen: RBCEPTION COMMITTEE: Tbos.IL Allen, Chairman. F. H. IavK KeesB BdmondsonJ J. a. RJeaarason, B.M. Scales, K M. ssWaTae, K. H. AUen, lata Perkins, J. M. Greer. Dae leKnb James trpeed, W. L. ABdeffOH, W. A. Goodman. FLOOR COMMITTEE: Hob. JefJersaa Davis, Ch airman. K.V.VTaabnrg. . T. L. lapp. K. T.OaraM, J. A. Haye, Jiv, Uaaaat Vasoa, A. A. Bmlth wick, lUAVeaaeU, B. H. KobcrtMn, JU T. Pom, G.J.Plliow. Latftet awjlucHdtowalk. aaaawiac Ijoay nag uenwrimm. em KaD CUXOJiBT or THE nBI3ISOIIS QCAilTElIK C2.TJB, OS Xendaj-, October 20, 1ST. AT THE aBSaafjAW OPERAH0D6E. ADMiaaroK. Jl. STOLEN. I iu - KfcW aK1-Wednesday night, H from my itene, on Latham avB, aiane eiron-sray bnree, eeren year o d . Sboatalale-n nana, nlgb-wltba bloemartt on hit taae rea-aiWlng aflnreS- atao,had mm la dm af hHaarawltbastnnginii, to ga.iai. Tne abOTe reward will bo paid im m TAKER TJ?. THITK wjW ju October UU at my plaw L m Ttiw AVAnne. a amall wblte aow V,d. i h nwner can bave by proving prop- rr'T m rawing charaea. T. A B MtBUCK. FOR. 8 AXE OEREHTi rJAKHINU LANDS To rent, for one joi V mat- earn, farm of WOO aorea. ISO cleared, with laaeTeeat, on river above Mem pa Us lbe A Baa Kaoaolpb place, roraale, in tract. xo salt parebawr. raet adjoining the above iba JbHvene Hanoolab place. 1 ' " lB. acFAKX. AND. Attorney, Mil Madison meet. STJtATJ 3D OR STOLEN'. ri AY MARK-Oa FrMlay evenlng.Ooioler2d. IS nam Jai Laaaerda e alreet. obc large dara . Wu. i.ll tniju) Lide In tnfl lnc A Mavral reward will be given for her iwwn l-l Laaaiaaleatrett. oc" HOKSK-Oae large ren bone, about six, wen hands high, black mane and tall ssar aader Ml aye. A liberal reward will bs paid Mr M retarn to corner of Booth Hreet and Harbora avenue. Jc RgJiNBDY A BOUadEATJX. TOR. RSMT. B RATTTIFUu RKHlDaNCE-Xo, 111 Adam. street. Apsayai m turner, r RhBIDBNCK Twoetory brick residence si Market street, insane at Market. . WKLLINQ No. l Coart MreeC Toe new ' sal elugsnt brlek dwelling, complete Id every part, next aeor east of I. S. Hlft-s r-l dsncfl. L.UUIUJ, oetU Mental Agaat. B Bontb Ooert si. KOOMIl Wsnilsnaislr fornlshed rooma. A i -ftf at Haoai a, third floor, 14 aaln streei. OOM Three anfarnlshed or fornlofie-' at WT IStptor stteeC riHNKMKNT-Uae aooble lenemenl; tin I talcs onr m assseai ii ; rate $li per inonlli. J admire a' ftaiTRAL. HOIKL. nflWUSIs at Overton street. H HAM H. I OWAf oet M. 8 leBeraon street. H QUI Hi t Bath street; J15 per month. Ap pty WJ.l,wvraDAivi,w rtroim. i KiwDBritia IB Uheia, on street null A road. Geed yard, stables, coal ana weonf aea,e4. TheMaseM laratobed with "5 and water, aod Is In all respect a Qnt-eBa rerioenas $)"f . MtTCHKLUm Third at. Qorr. AUnV-A alee aev eoUage. App'y l B KICK OOTTafl B Kl v e i or. mi and kitchen. B Vgg 1 MipvlU, W IIW KIWI. ootA Ms"a uec, aw ia iw hi rau Atnw. ABPlrra -. aa&, "Sw aarner Orleans and Tate rtreeu. . . lUltiltNkW-Vi Colon street. 11 room.; JV SStJuloo street, II rooms, cotwge and fl v gryOK MbjRCVVKTHSR, mSeePBd at. t6BE No. JeaJsrson street. Ag rat r ht. "lrfthN STkKKT OFFIC'Bt-Two new uionn il floor front omoes at No. b Maai Iteet, satiable lor physicians, lawyers, fr a f rait store. Apply at M 2 XO. IS JJADltaON bT. r ABDEN A rleh garden on a long !, It haeres,on Poplar street boulevard, the old PI Ulsr Dlaet. APPirte S- w DLKY FRAYsEK, rio. 7 Madison street. lTOttB. HOURS, trrrivrus, w,nri.-u yTl"i gntnrr Jeflemou street, .(Joe pair amees m taeaaa etry; aho, steeping room lo iTdJStj. hatk over Memphis Uotten t Ssaa7aiVnr Maotson and Front streets iswfeW In tseonrt story ; also, four steep. li-raoaMi ba third story Uayoso Btoek, over Si'l2mx oOlee In Lenow Block. UBlon street, near corner Main, and known at Mtt. aiuarea street. Two UaMagas en Walker avenae, tmmedi .rfOBrtraaVear lie, between Hernando TJ us kjsnwoed Cemetery. Baeh hopae Loatala. alx rotmis, with ground for garden All of la above nroperty will be rented 16 at as unioa street. F2! MB iOB IsREO BOOMB-Apply at No. a HerWUHIO strew, ""Si- AIM. jam.'ia vm.iov" - ' .U, ?.'.. t'ltl.i f L' Ih d Nrwirns A hawlW so vi.u. w'!z ' ioTjS JWFEBSOK ST .Nov occapled hr i Tr .W. Lrss, and known as the Uber iaW- 4laedl.tl a.,., TtWlll'lU'ia' "A asarrable lek 2-story ree", . nlaet, easialalag ten rooms, with gas and water, bath-baose, 0. Apply lmmedtalely la riot. V laher, at htemet Banker at 7 Linden M v.'rksti. AlTfcNTHiKl-Call Monday 10 . - - - - A Imi. i.nUdtf fnrn ria. Aim, cottages forsa,c . WHi.ATLKYV3 Malu. CHEAr. TnulOtrur-e JM and ia BesU stiarti n saJsaala for nswenee anove. Also, me DWhUJKU. ya- Exehange st. extenaeu, foot of wasblngtea sweet to . AfJ?r B. X. OUCH RAW, oTOHBa Twodesfrabto stores, Nos. U ana i . ap.l SUMK. V' J ' sol .PIERCE, next door ' . mu,t :unia he death of the late or Vi OTietora, the Meneten House, Coiombut, s meefcred tor rent upon rsasonaMe terms, If pirtof taralture for sale. Apply to sel B M. wALKaR, Columbus, Ky. ; ,fswt-From October 1st, Main street store S luow used br J ho Lilly. i" W. A. WBEATLEl.aaO Main St. .m jbb seeond street. Flxuuea sel Bllure lor sale. - .imkt eiTBECT bTOUE Below JeOsrson MSrJ with cellar and upper omee; lent F mSu I- AN Del E We i SONS, Ewi NO.S8S Front street. ' mu'l.Hl lIOMUBWriU lAHuev uiuua rirest and MarshaU avenue, with out MkltW Sower and vegetable gardens SetouTfront yard, for one year, or a w Srears. to a desirable tenant. April tm 01 ' MnFABLAND A GOODWIN, to " t Madison street. '..,i.itMt-No.l: Front street. Apply Sl"""" BEN MAY, w southern LI'e insurance Co. . " 0,1 ana pleasant furnished rooms M LKJiin m BEALE ST. gSJNo.M Monroe SUt Aly-gT , , . inviairi am hn rlon TtT TFoaserioacVgrounu: rV large howcj? Rent vary low. Si sBade,rfe.e. S0JJ MainttreeU ranee ouutnug, Apply atbffice Bet- two a AUaUaMtwB r- a r- aav v a iier coU6 2T Main itrett. LOST. SPKCACLES A fair of told -rimmed tptc tacles. Tfae finder will lo liberally re warded by leaving them at No. II Union si., with Psr-row. Karnes A cn. 3H TO EX CHANGE., GOTTAOE AKD LOT For WW, eah. Ad dres ALUABLE P LACK I offer for sale one of ii nu.rtBruuvtlnnsof land ID Not III MlsslMlppi. imioedlalely at llaixeTs HtaMno. on MlsHitsippl and leunessee Railroad, In De- more tbsn a hundred acres In cultivation with good rektd.-DC ndlprjmjJJ0g?? oetlldaw iiernanaa, uw. TRAWBF.BRY I'lNT A tot, ,et very best , .ncre, 3 OCR TEATS. "AME, ETC. -We will commence rtl the sale fie meals, Kms, eL, on tardsy. October lstn. K.f.HM Trl A(X), UN and , IVplar street, nesr the market. anrt lop bagl. ard nt-prlng -wagon, j newar si o l.tlMl . 1. . oev Tj AB-ROOM OwlBg lo a afcange of basi- , K ... . Mt.i,u bar room, wllh all be- eeMary flxturesln close proximity to the new ooarUiouMi. A ily for particulars at ii al n street, next lo coclirsn lislL ots RESIUENCE-Detirable oountry re-iIJenoe, Ivmu miles from Memphis, on the Charles ton railroad, at Wilson station, near the Fair troaudt. A two-story frame, wltb eight rooms siusu neucsi sr usiuuuujjw, aovui six acres groana. a uirgaiu can o uau. i piy on the premises to A. 1C W IGUH. HOKHF, BOGGY AND HARNf H A No. 1 saddle and harness horse; also, buggy and harness. Apply atoerman National Bank. RRMDKNCK LOIVi Desirable residence kMs, on Linden and Cynthia streets; aleu, IMS en Lauderdale, Ht- Paul, Orleans and Uar onna streets, suitable for cheap residences, sees F. W. SMITH, No. H Madison at. BAKbBY AND CONFBCTIONERY-ln the thriving ally of Dallas, Texas; doing a Kn-i basinets: saUstac orrreaMmsforselUnz. rntsttagaej obance Mr someone meaning ouamees, Aosiworwi" . BACHMANN dt BCHMTTT, eeM Dallss, Texas. WOOD - 600 eosds setuuned wood, In quanti. ties lo sale Address D. H. HILUKR BRAND. Gleneee StsUon, Tenn- or leave ee ders with C. A. GABTON. Madison street. if nnn bbls. no.i pittsbuku coal, I V,UUU M 10M-as tbe lowest. Abo, Fey- unv ,-ithsr man. Also. WOOD even rtyle." Also, a fine BocLaway and a Boggy waon. a PACKER A CO, mytl IW becead street. BOPBE-Oneof tne most complete homes in the city. No. S64 Linden street, between Laaoerdale and Orleans. Inquire of W. L. Ca melon, at water offlcc. sep" . .SOORTEll LIQUORS, BAR FIXTUR8H A. and leuoler. Also, Woie, Uotstlng Ap paratns and good Cart, very cheap, for cash. Apply at room . Gee House. eeU BUUOII. Four or Ave second-hand and one new top buggy, very cheap, at C. II Bracket! Cc's stables. No. ttt Second street. BILLIARD TuLt4? Two good seoond haad billiard tables, 'as good as new. Ad- 14. U , .lit. BABTLETT KKSIDJSCE AND LOTS-Pub-ilc sale adloumed to OetoberUHh; until mat date offered at private sale, hee plan at ear office. TBEZKVArtx & uu. tJEKU RYa. AND NOLIIAMHAY At h Main street. jah.buiiv.sm oaRM Cheep for easb, one of the best P farms In Shelby county. 1S8 acre. Apply to T. W. BKOWN.39 Madison si. ENGINE AND BOILBB Cheap. Inquire C, of BEAti LEY. B A RTON A CO, ,y(S No. 210 Front street. r BTTBR PRESS An A No. 1 letter-presf. 1 JaxlTK. iron framed, wiui two urawe, w1!lheiIaebD. Applvat TH1HOFFH E. PIANOS. PIANOS AND ORGANS Tuned, repaired and exchanged; work done by oxperi- , .nrst-ciass woranren, ana waxranrau. H.e.HOLLKXBERG'H.Clark's Msrble Block. PERSOK" A JJIANO-FOKTES AND OHGANS Property I tuned,regulatedorrepalred,byA.ML'N NBW. Leave orders for town or country at E. Wltzmann's Piano Store, 221 Second street, or IS. A. Benson's. 117 Main street. sets ROOMS ATO I3QAJ?J BO.MtU WitU a cboice lront room, unfor BteHeti, may be Aiad at 101 Aduus bucct.' Alao, a few day-boa rUei-, octll R' OOMS-Two furnished. rooms. t and Jl uermonui, at s uiaviu n. tue city will And rooms, with or without board, at prices to suit lbe times. oc M is. J ULl A LEU S ER, ProprleUeas.' 1 . IGL.K genilemen accommodated wUh 3 board, with 't without rooms, at 179 Second. RlHMt Choice room with board in a private home, good locality, near Beale street cxn. Kel-r to Colonel Knowllon, P' olllre.orJ.P. Fmnle. ret Malu si. sep2S OJUa AND tJOAKD- a-27 at 66 MOS'ROK ST BOAKDiNG A gentleman and wife can se cure a large, elllb!e front room, with board, in a private family, witbin five mlit ntes' walk of court Square. No other board ers wanted. Apply at THIS FFU K. i lUiMs-ulis nOi HK. cor. Main and rJeaie. IX Fifty ntwly farnlabed rooms, single or In sn.t". for geutlesnan only; H and if! p-r month, SO and 7t ceata par da v. Good board t me dollar i er week.ln the building, -ta . . iiomm Pnrawried or net mrniebed. wltb ft board: reference required. Apply at 134 HeeoM street. c? OOM A gentleman and wile or single gen tleman can be aeoommoaatea wiui a sue front room, with or wttboat board. In a stt 1 n ty private fsmll ; reieretteea required. Ap.ly t 17 Wellington ilreet. ROOM AND BOARD Wanted an unfur nished room In a private family, wiib board, for a grnuemau, wife and two lilt e boys where there are no ether est Wren. Ad droa. Mating terms and locality, cell D , thin oaiee TMJY To sweep oat, carry packages, etc.; 13 one who Is not afraid tn work, oell sfBOULK A McOOWN. SITUATION By a competent book-keeper with good references. Inquire of 1I-NKY J. LYNN, osll No. it Madison jtreet. C1ASU EOY -At lbe Great Ked Store. Apply before nine o 'crock Moadsy morning. C WAT-MAKERS- Three or four good coat haads: stsaoy work and good price, br SAWYER A MACLEAN. Pad Oeah.K.v. BCSINKMS If you wish to rant, tease, buy or sell A3i xtp of propmriy ell at So. IS Madison St. I. I). CONAWAY , ostll Real Bstate aaA Bental Agent. -e--j 1'EACHKR To leach a oolored free scboo! near Bartlest. Tenn. Annlv to Com ml. slrinem Seventh Dt strict. ocH) A GOOD WOMAN To cook. Apply at Mt VANCE 81 BKbT. HioPkua Konr tood cooper to go so j Brownsville, Tenn. inquire at IhbioSSee. lcrNsK lo buy bat. j sh-hiy street. license, at ru eci viikts:k tme who baa bad txieilenoe in L the whoieeale dry toodt business; must we 1 HDOailStDd idea. IsH at MAIN STREET. ROOM-MATE in a pleasant private ram . lhr. realdms In South Mem stole: room furalaMd. termt moderate and references re- q at red. Address lLACKSMtTIl -W. B, Birmingham, at U Iron wsaontaadabo bamts, - .vCRHK A good norse. A A3 tees ring, stetuway or Knabe Puna t mas SM,n In uiha lor More than t' usBiss Asarss i. c -v.. oc7 csie f this IJAHTNKR-Inwood business on Presueenra 1 Island. Address P MITCHELL, oca jieenvu smwi. VOUNG MEN To learn UlegrapbopeiarlBg X for new railroad othces; permanant pnst U. ntasaionasquallned. Address l'sdtlc snd Atlantic Teiegapa,tsl Main t,M em pills jdaw fHIlE WOMAN A competent white woman to taxe eare w i wo eaNresi. ssa n sewlncaad eeeral hausework Nesie need annlv unless wtlllaa to work and able to eublish a good diameter. To sucb, a g"od borne, kind treatment aad liberal wages will beglten. Address -B," JUDeSotosI reet.tr ap plj personally at the same place. octl 0KUKRM FOK HKLP lletteekeetiers, cooks, nurses and ebambermalda, for elty or oouutry, atl Jeflerson street, THUMAS He C4HIHI V tinly JuWillgenceOlAoe. sea 1TUATIuniu a wholesale or retail gro O cery;un yeais experience In thitci'y; besttof references given. se JliH. R. AICHEHON, Ml Main St. BAKErt AND CONfkCTlO.NKK A good bread and cake baker; also, a Rood cou lee ktoer. JOHN B. itlCAKDI ft CO.. seM 41k Main tbeet. IITOMaN ooLORBti 'lo do the cooking, YY wasbtng and lroalug of a small family. A pair t Mel ALABAMA 8TP.KCT. sjL'RaBV wet nurse to go esgnteen miles il In UteeouBtry, an Mkasssidppl and Ten nessee railroad. ioodwaes given, lnqulreol 3. K. DOVTY A CO., wu Front ..reet. YOUNU"MBN-To learn telegraph ope'r tt iua for new railroad and commercial of. Bats Permanent poslUoes as soon as qnaiw ed. Address Paetse and Atlantic Tetegtapb. Box W, MeuiphU, Tenn. aes BNTAL ANUsALE OFFICE, ssa Main sv; teeelversblpaeeentsd. houses and lots lor ssle and rent :boaesw anted ; teaantawao led; promotnesv and fidelity guaranUed. suli V. A. WHEATtiEY. n'BLL-BOBING -Wells to bora wtth Ihe Heath patent anger ; also, to sett the right tor Fayette and Haywood counties. Leave orders at Baiter's planing mill, Itiv Seoonu si. ttT ANTED VOU II ATTENTION 10 IHE V MEMPHIS AWNING MAXUFACTO KY, St Washington st. Awnings of ait styles made to order, ttebiaetwork aadFutnltsre made aad repaired, re-upholstered, varnish ad, aad packed for sbipmeut. Carpets taken ul. ateaaedan ' retaid. ABwork aalted tor andde flveml fees or ehsrse H BUTTKNBKWG. Non-Resident Notice. No. laU-ln the First Chan eery Court of Shel by County, Tennessee. B P. Anderson, Commissioner of Revenue, vs. S. H. Todd ana D. U. Todd. It appearing from affidavit In this cause that lie defendanu.8 s. Todd and D. U Todd, are non-residents of the Stale or Tennessee : At is tncrelore ordered, Ihsithey make their appearance herein, at the oaatfnouae, in the city of Memphis, Tennessee, oner ba ton the first Monday in November, 1871, and Plead, answer or demnr lo complainant's bill, or the same will be taken for conles-ed as to them and set for bearing ex parte, and that a oqpr of this order be pnbllsbed once a week, for lour suceeesiva weeks. In the Memphis Appeal. Thl21.t day September, 1871. A copy attest: EDMUND A. COLE, del at and Master. By E. B McUanry, Deputy C and M. John Johnson, sol, for compl't. tn Kon-Itesiilent Notice. No. 1181 In the Becond Chancery Court of Shelby county, Tennessee B, P. Anderson, Commissioner, etc, vs. Evelina P. Harris. It appearing from the return of the Sheriff to process Issued In this cause that the de fendant, BveUna P. Harris, U not to be found In his county : It is therefore ordered by the Clerk and Master, That she make her appearance herein, at the courthouse of ths Becond Chan, eery Court, In the city el Memphis, Tenn, on or before the first Monday In November, 1871, and plead, answer or demur to complainants' bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as lo her and set for hearing ea parte: and that a copy of this order be published once a week, for four successive weeks, in the Mem phis Appeal. ThU 6pttaer 2,137 1. M.D.L. BTK W ABt, Oerk and Master. By George Matlery, Deputy U sjm M. McDowell A' Johtiwn, Sol for coiaplU. wtd rySSi?rr Ail5e, MATtM pp " FOR SALE. UELIfllODB SERVICES. First IIaptibt CnuBcii The pastor. tier. U. A. Lofton, wlllprcscb at 11 a.m- sua iT4n.iii Hands lool SIS Hn, Uti.ra WsteJ. r 1Tl P.rel m- ind riso p-ro. HoudjrKjno-.l t txopjn. CK.VTKAI. Methodist Chdbcii- Hsrvlces br Jtsv.Dr. Hlnter at 11 a.msnl , a Jvrn. Kurf In lbe morning. "The Trlsl by Undkn-Htbeot Christian Cmmaii Knndsy-ttabool sit aim. Corn mnnlon service atltfKDa.ro. David walk will preach at 11:1s araana swjun. CHNTKAL BAPTErr ClfUBCH. 8at- balh-sdiool at I) o'elntk. fervlcra at H terlanstay that the earliest traces of Coluai a.m. br lie v. Dr. '.an drum. Subject: "The bus's great design originated In the year UU, I'nptrd'inable Mo." IlapUsm at 7 A pjii a year also made memorable by the lnlroduc- c,,.. M,r,in,iin. r'ni-u.ir i tlon of printing Into England. Intbatyeara rlltST MKTHODIilT UirKCII. Hev. correspondence was begun by Columbuswith H. B. SuirsU, pastiir. Bervteesal II am PsoloroscanelU, ol Florence, Italy, on the Dd730.m Maobalh-boot atftdOajn. , fealblll;y of a wejitern passage, not to Amtf HWBDIBU LnilBKAN CONOREOA- .,Dut ' A,I Mut ,PP."lv,d no -No nervlces. Members lnvlud to the 1",,".? JJ? oelebraimti of laying Hie corner.lone of ihe il'M,f7hu,,5 ii?ns,,1''jy,7 (isnman ehoreli i by which to he guided In tin) lurtber pursuit oerman rnami. M me tuhiacU foliow the great (Jenoese FlBaT I'RESBYTBBIAN CUURCII mariner and explorer In hU attempt to enlist Comers TAtrd and Popl r ilreeti. trcrvlcciat I saoh patronage as would ensblo hira to make II o'doek, by Hev. J. D. Stewart. ' a prnctl'al test ot bis idea, enuring which be u . i.i-. . . o untlDr .r,,..,.,, i HAFIARANS bTREOT MCTHODIST . riu'H.-Ilev. J. W.Knott will preteh at 11 1 ca o'clock to-day. Calvary (Episcopal) Chubcil Tbli chureb will be open lor divine service to-day, morning and evening, the rector, Dr. White, offlctatlng, St. Lazarus (Episcopal) Church- Services alll s.ni. arKt 73i p.m Rector, Hev. Charles Stewart. Hernando Street Methodist CnrncH Services at U a m. and at 7JU p.m. Rev. L. D. Mulllns, pastor. Grace 'Epdjcopal) Chcech. Ser vices at II ajn. and 8 pan. Rev. J ax Car mlchael, rector. Seal free. St. Mary's Cathedral. Holycora- munlon at 7 aror; morning prayer and rer- roon at it a m.; evening service at e pan. Alabama Street Presbyterian 'CHUBCH. Obrne r of ln txima tlrert and Jbnes accuse services at it a.m, ana i u?j p.m. CiiURcn of nii: Good Siiephebd Bev.T.C. Tupper, Rector. Services at I0:S0 turn, ar.d 7 SO pan. fcunday-sehool y a.m. TniRD Cumberland Presbyterian ClltrkCH Cbmc Ivrih and Xoon-y itr rtr, hcei Services at 10 30 a.m, and 7:30 pan Rev. L. C Taylor, pastor. Sixth-Street M. E. Church Cbr- nerpf Sitth mndJacktonttreeUyPortFicke tQ .lev. vm. niimmon, pastor, cervices w p.m. ianoaw-scnoo. t:ju p-ni. LOCAL PAKAUKAIIIS Pope will sppar In Sarruoii at the theater on Monday sight. A crowtfcU boasti boooia grew mm. Offteer ixIaloQe- arrested Alfred Elid'ey, ooor h1, for stealing one hand ml and twenty-are dollars from a whUaman uatiied mottu nacnanan, j-fcetniay morning. Hon. John M.Plemlng.BUte t?up?r- ItaUwlect of education, baa been Invited, and wtjLojH) will accept itxe lnvitatioD, to dUer the opotng addrR at the Kxpoltloo btilld- log on lnojviay nexu The concert aiKertieed to be driven by the Mipntierchor at lbe Theater to-nlgbt has been postponeU to aauday nigbt the eixh tee nth in ta at. The public will take dae no- ire ana govern ineiiUKiveH accoraiiigiy. A petition is now in circulation, and has been numerously &lgnei by our mer r h a n I j . hantrerK. itiNarinrA and hntilnAmaiReAr?. which Is in the nltture of an agreement to cio?e au piacee 01 Dtwinesa on i nursujy ntjii. Right Bev. BUhnp Feehan will to 2iibt consecrate the clde-altar olBu Pat rick:' church to St, Joseph and the Blesbed Vlrcln Mary. (Services will commence st eevtn o clock. The choir will be retnferred( vocally and instrumen tally, for the tote ran and l&terebtinijocc&ilon. Dan't forget that the new house that Jack boilUatNo.2. Wain Btreet. wlU have a fnll sopp'y of Hand ay reading matter, em- oraciog aaoveifi, iuagaxuitvs uaiiy, weeitiy aaa lllnstrated newspapers, rresb from the bands of the puDiUhera. Jlmmie Cor win will be found on hand to serv e the public. The committee on space and recept ion authorize us to bay that all persons who fall to occupy sections aligned them or now reserved upon their application, by twelve o'clock Wednesday next, cannot obtain the same. AH goods mutt be placed in the xpaee assigned by twelve o cIocjc Wednesday next. The well-known news stand of Billy Lleben. o. 236H Main utrtet, will be pre pared to f ornisu the public this morale? with Boys of America, Ballon, Peterson, and Pleas ant Hours, for November. Abo L'K-oo de Italia, and all the dally, weel.lv. and Illus trated papers from every quarter, of the latent- Uaif. DeUg&tts of tocietite, and civil and military organizations which have slgnined their intention to take part in the parade and ceremonies incident to the opening of the KxDOdtUon ou Tnuthdnv next, are n.uuerted to meet the Kx position committee atsevenj ociwa tn JioiMiny njgnw wnen ine pro- sramiw arm oruer 01 marcn hiu oeaeeiaea upon. Mrs. Mansford, at the corner of Monroe ana econa sireeis. nas ice laxeot novels, maeazlnet and newspapers, both of Europe ana aid en c. iter wock. ox senooi, pmjer and hymn-books is very large, u bite iu the statiouery line the a&so.tictMtt Is im mewwaixiat fr.eeMofUit the Umw. Dou t iH to caH and txawlne her htock before par cbtwJtiaT elsewhere. She feel confident of giv ing satisl action. List of undelivered messages in the telegraph office: J. B. Donoho, Mi. M. Bay liw, Oliver, Finnle i Co.; IL stesel. jr.; J. Vxogu, Hugh C Dunbar, J. B. Stark, G. KalU tt Cu.. C. T. Curtis, Colonel R, B. Looney, K. C ilowlmjc, Thomas H.AUea A Co., H. p. Head, Uoyer & Co Captain Ad. Storm, Vaddy thomphon, 1!. Ls. Ifiinklej, AKeUsto, T. A. Nwwn, aVlanba'lac bank, JursepU Hyatt, John Manogue, C. A Lav ton, Brod.e d Cooper. By reference to noticea la other places in this morumgV Apfeai, it will be seen that the nouse ot Oliver, tlnnie A Co. have oia barked in a new entfrprf ttat of atrect imponaiions irom cwn i-rancisco. inis enterpriBln arm yesterday rtcelved direct the Crtt car-load of noods ever shipped to this mi.rkt.ronHlB,tint'rf ('allfrvrma f rn't. sAlmfm and butter, the latter put dp In superior s vie In packages of tiro pounds each. This is a new feature In Memphis commerce, and we nopeiBegeniiemea woo nave maugorKiea it mar realize hatodnmioly both in proAt and ability to jmec-MJtl.y cope with othec vb, wi h Jess spirit of enterprtie, continoe to deal iu marktrfM tUat are anythinx else but fjiendl to Mtmphi& and her liimtUu Uoq. Memphis mercnan would do well tc ffliw the exaraplv) set by JJe-srK. Olivet. Kin sue A Co, and open npnew etoannel of com merce that may lie fruitfvl of inereased ad vantages la suppljiag our trade with articles ef the beM characttr, at leduced rales. There wad much excitementon Tues day night nn the trnlu bound wwth from Ch-artottbvlrie, Vltinia. In the palace car was a gentleman who had steopfd aboard at Chariot bvl lie wllh a ehMd muflted from head Iq ;oot in tshawim. Pefore ihe train had none far the oeeti pasts of the other compartments in the car heard a child, cry, then another. Ttien carue the aifr' toueot a miaV voice, "You are rot CAtarlte. yu are Tomajle; and if Mm make anymore noise I'll throw ou vat of Ute window." l waut to go to mam ma; lam her own little Charlie' the child was heard to Ray 7hea Wows were heard, aad senrftiu, and a passonaer said, "It is little Charlie Fohk," ami a ruh was made. The man wa dra;cfced irom bis eomparlment, and the ladles Kpri&K lor ward and got their arm around the child. Tbey removed the cover log from the face 4iid fouud tktt liMtead of ChwrUe Ross, they tad la their embrace the wooden .automaton with which the ventrilo 3jnit W'yman is want lo amu the public. Tb prmetlc! Joier wmt Wyroan himtetf, who was on his way to Lynchburg. Mortuary re (tort for tUe week emlitic at Ux o'clock In the eveaing, October W, 171. SKX. aaaTe. OOL'K; CAUSE. P. Arold , .. , .. . T.J. O'Brien P. Coil C. Collier.... J. Ho'eman.. J. A Xlagajerty... W. Cah... . K. J. Wl.kf M Prague J. Moor. Wi WfflprWHl r met... J. Myers..... M Wilson. W.Taylor U.Clay , M. Love. .. M. Allison. wbiteieone t'r. maW white eonbumn mate...jwbite pceum'a 1 'malejwhltel 87 'mate... white 41 male., wk'te Id male...' while 3S .female white 454, femeJei wbltei teething ajsenty congTr prem'tre roiiff. or ioen1sts rem. -ev h i mate 'cmou ' Iff male male colo-diieous: fr cotoftf jrem.. fev. 3t i mate... icolo d tdiarrhea K male. .eolodioW sge ts tfemal coto'dleosgjev. M fflal'crk,d icooJi)". 1 female eolo'd j cwmmp SS femaldtcolotoomrump Ma fMnn'ti rvisLn'sl I rrtAaxa'cHi luCW.wTlhaaat.. 3m (Vmalelcoto'dioak'wu K. WUflAiOS Total lor week. 20; whites S, colored 11; males,12, females K; adults IS, miBors 6: under onevear ol ace, 4: under nve years, from tfeeflrOspiMU, . , . .. ' Illl'UAKU il. TAIIjUsv, .Us, c-eeretary Eoard ol lleattk. PKHS0NAL. Hon. John M. Fleming, State super intendent of public lnslructlonls in the city. Dr. N. B. Cable leaves 'tMnorrew rot ahetbyvine to visit the MtaaBt lung syne. ' ! Mr. Jambs h. M'Ilvainh, ofHl IK. JA31BS 1M J1-1LH1.1B, Ul tltp -known Dim or John B.M'Ilvalne.Ldls - V Kentucky, la in the city. r. Chas. M. Spiccp. will leave to- r. . Iul.rul Ohio, to Tlrft bis well-; vuie, Mr, morrow for Cleveland, Ohio, lo visit hie father's home, life hope his visit may be agreeable, and that cewiu soon return saieiy. Mrs. I$oylan, lately returuetl from New York, is again resuinlBg her musical la bors, and will give lessons In the different branches of the art. She will henceforth rsuk as one of our ah esl voeal teachers, bavirg studied during lilts summer under the re nowned Italian matter. Prof. Errant, iu New York. To comment upon Errani's school and method of teaching Is useless. Some of the principal artists of this and foreign countries were Ids pupil. Mrs. Boylan will do remark ably well w 1th her superior qualifications. The Franklin fieview says tbat Br. B. MUown, a bretber ot the venerable Mrs. Nieh ota, ot that place, has aualn entered the ranks or the Methodist minltr . He Is universally regsrded at one of the ripest and most erudite scholars In Kentucky. He 1 universally be loved, and s immense! popular wltb all. Unfortunately, years ajio he and Bishop Bas eoni bad a personal difficulty, which culmin ated in Dr. M'Cown leaving the ministry of the Methodist cornelian joining the Presby terians This step Jn his part met the appro bation of Bishop Soule, and many other prom inent men among the Methodists. Prohably Kline, or all, of them advised ii. Anybow.be leit and east bis lot with the Preahy tartars, with whom he to-day is as popular as ever, notwithstanding bis return to the faith and church of bis family. They knew all the faels and ctrou instance which forced htm Into their connection. 1 bey knew it was done for and In the Interest of peace, lbe eloquent Baseom for many years bus been dead. Now the venerable old inlnlsier. In one of the most touahtajr sod aUrcUonate lattect wo aver read, adarested to Blsbou Kavaatuh and olbers give iu ul adhesion to the church ol inn bouo 1. and takes pastoral work oon usuous to b s scbooL We know nothing ol the reason of bis dtmcuity with Boseom, and would Uke to oe enlightened lu regard to It. ' Ladies, do not forget the opening at Lenbrte's, MONDAY, OCTOBER Htb. Leubrle'a Opeutnff to-morrow. TUE CUAMPIOJi STOVE; H. Wetter- & Co., at Noa. 13 and IS Monroe street, offer for sale at manufacturer's rloe the celebrated Champion stove, which n durability, equably, convenience of ar rangement, perfection of construction and beauty of appearance ls unequaled by any ever made In America. Beiug tbe sole agents for the manufacturers tbey can and do sell at lower rates than other houses ask for inferior stoves. They Invite tbe public as well aa the trade to examine the Champion, which la the most popular stove ever made. Leubrlt'a Opening to-morrow. l.tvabrlea Opening; tc-merrow. "Whalebone Corseta at 50c each at Vendlg's, 226 Main street. Vespers will oommence at 8t. Pat rick's this evening at seven o'clock, After vet pets. Bishop Feehan will copseofajoilhe sine altars, a guou cnwrwui wyiiiiwiiu' x.enbrle'a Onenlnir lo-morrovr ZJIlF Lenbrie's Opening He-morrow, CIIIUSTOPIIER COIUMBUS. Celcbrallou of lbe niseevery af Aaserl m by ie Clllssae ,of Italiea ' Illrlb In Hemlhl- "Jf On Friday, tiie ttveltb of October, IMtt, Cbrlstooher CWmnbos dlseovre;tiaid took powwsslon or an Islsnd, one of Uie Ba hama Ertnpe. whicn beeallMl tun Hslvador, i,v wHi.h m h, oonsiiertwl entitled to tne nonars of the arst discoverer of the American continent. The history of lbs many almost in.urmoantauie oimcBiuri wuu wnica tuv great mariner bad to contend In carrying to successful results nls daring scheme of dls- M4nv . nw vnrlH In Ih. VMl,m nrMR 1, fall of interesting and thrilling Ue'aila. His meets wito au mann i oi reuno.ia ouLjow ,Q,t4ace bat Ul,,e eacourement, unUl. through the Influence and kind offlees of i aan ferei de Marcbena. prior of the convent of Santa Maria de llabids, his scheme Is laid before Martin Aionzo I'tnzon, the neaa 01 a nourishing family of Italian navigators, who also enlisted viueen Isabella into the scheme, who aided in the fltllng-out of a fleet of three vessels the Pints.. Nina and Santa Maria wltb a crew all-told of one hundred and ninety persons, In which the expedition set tall on Friday, the third day or August, 111 and arter a voy age of seventy day, during which hope and tear swayed tne minds ot the crew, sometimes nearly to the extent or mutiny against the great leader, until on the morning or the twelfth of October a gun from the Plnta an nounced that land was discovered, whlcn proved to be the Island above-mentioned, of of Spain, tolumbtu beileted then, and ever i aiierwaru,iuafc ne uau xeacucu uie wuuuraoi India. The population found were called Indiana, and the islands are called the West Indies to this day. The story ls familiar to every one. In our school days, ere we bad mastered the myste ries of "Baker," we were tatgbt orally our Bret effort at declamation, the story of the dis covery or America by Columbut, which some zrntus had tortured Into poesy, beginning thai: "Oolumbos was a sailor brave. The first that crossed the Atlantio wave, la fourteen hundred and ninety-two, He came tar o'er the ocean blue," etc, which, though learned so long ago, la at fa miliar now as then. To-morrow will be tbe three hundred and eighty-second anniversary of the great event, and will be appropriately celebrated under tbe auspices of the Italian societies of this city, who ever deiicbt tn and will do ev erytblng c-ilculated to fittingly commemorate tbe grandest deed ot modern history, and pay adeservlug tribute to the memory of their Il lustrious countryman. The names of the gen tlemen constituting the committee of arrange mentx are a sufficient gnarnntee that the event will be properly celebrated, and full or inter est toevery Am rlcan citizen, natire r for el n born. t nine o'clock to morr til ing fhe procession, beaded by tbe Old Mem phis braas band, will form at the hall of the Italian society, 310 Second street. The line of march will be as follows: Up Second street to Exehange, thence west to Main, down Mam to Uesie, thence east to Second, and up Second tc the halLwhere the procession will disperse. Hats for the old. Hals lor the young. H&U for those here. Hats for thse to come. LEUBIilE'S OPENING. THE EXP0SITI0X OPtXIXG. The civic and military organizations that have signified their intention to Join in the procession on tbe occasion of the third annual opening of tbe Exposition, are re quested to send delegates to the Exposition baUdfng on Monday evening, tbe twelfth In stant, to meet tbe committee and arrange pro gramme and order of march. H.T. TOMLINSON, Chairman. What we have all been waiting to go to, LEUSRIE'rJ OPENING. KSCllAtVED. The Ties of rest Associations Treasured In Bands or Geld. Yesterday afternoon Mr. Charles' Lof land, who for many years has been occupy ing a position in the Mississippi and Tennes see railroad company, was presented with & Hue-gold watch-chain by the officers of this corporation, whose intere-its the worthy re cipient or this merited testimonial has to well suoterved In the successful and faithful per formance ofthe duties of his office. Tbe pre sentation wrs made in the office of Superin tendent M Buxke, and was accompanied wlta the following note, which fully explainr the appreciative motives that prompted the re cognition -1 Mr.lxilland's personal worth at a gentleman, and ability as an employe of the company: Memi his, Tlx- October 10, lWi. Charles Lofland: Asa token of our esteem and friendship, accept our gift, and be assured ot our good will and wishes for "our wellare and raccesg wherever jon may nx IT. SI. White, a. Burke, L. H. Lamb, A.J. Knapp. S. T. Salter, L. P. Pepkin, Win. Kirby, M. lirennon, J. 11 Chil dren, Iv. M. Leech, James Hakeweli, James Ebleo, p. o. Wood, A. S. Ltvermore, K. II. White. Although taken by surprise, Mr. LoHand re plied in a graceful manner, as Inflows: (iBXTi.K.HE For your beautiful and costly gift allow me to return my most sincere tnanks 1 accept It with feelings of affection and pride, and yet with regret; lor I truly re gret the neceaity which compels me to leave you. 1 shall wear it as an affectionate re minder of the many Jong years In which 1 bave co-labored with most of you for the wel fare and Interest of the road for which we all entertain such kindly feelings, and with the proud satisfaction of knowing that In leaving you I carry wtth me your good will and es teem, undiminished uy tbe separation which will now divide us. I shall, in tbe future, en deavor to retain jour goU wishes; and be Use me, that mine baii always be heartfelt for the success and cappinessofyou-all. May your roadways la life meander through the valieysof mutual esteem, advancement, and prosperity; and may no disasters occur to prevent our arrival on time at that depot oT safet;. ,the common destination of ail good lrlends. once more accept my thanks. Tbecbalu Is one of Byrd'a handsomest and be6t styles. "a, I can't go to school to-day, you muet take me to LEDBIUE'S 0PENIN0. Tipton county lair, 15th, 16th and lVtn of October. 11LAIK SILKS. Elegant Black Siltta are offered at prices lower than ever. "We would call the at tention of ladles to onr Black Cacbemtre Silks, which are warrsnted tn every respect. MENKEN BROTHE1W. 240 5.pound Jars butter, extra. OLIVBK, KINNIE 4 CO. The best place in tueeity for saddles and harness ls at John CRsick's, 29? Second street. THE CHEAPEST BeiMly.Uade Clotbluic In Ihe City cas br vorfrn at ' LoneiisteU'D Mamuiotu Clothing- House if OUR STOqK OF rtl.l. AKt IVISTEIt CLOTHING .!. beiu uV'" coeapJete, we bn e great pleasure .In assuring our autl the i'ubltc Kensrally, that we shall coulftue.as. rieietofore, to sell Ul them the UEVr tIL'STOIt-MADB UOulIK A-r TBS, LOW -T POSSIBIaE PRICES, i BIi.rieeaso Lownstodely all Couii.ellllon. T r js-- " - I'vs,,,-,, Rrrfnv'iiEPsoi d WJ?iANNOL-Iil, UJD1K&U1.L. Before making any purofiastslu tbe above line, can anu inspect our maguincem, well-selected stoctiat if x, 'TUB MAM.HOIJl t'LOlHING BIOKR" h. A . Ii. LOVYEXSniX, 2XS Main h tree I, An oneniDcr as U an ODeninz. 200 elegant pattern hats, len per cent, above oust. LEUBllIK'S Ol'SSlSU, THE HEIIWIIS STEAM DTEIX Establishment, 61 Madisou street, is' open for tbe fall season. Best work, at prices I to suit the times. B. A. HOLLENBERQ, Proprietor. Sranlilul New It r ess flood Just re reived at IS. LOWESHTelN Jt BROS. FALL HATS. AU the styles and at half the prices." i LtUBHIE'ri OPENING, SJ T A f , . , larill a viiuu go to -Lreuune a opeuing hii; is washday. Special trains, each day, to Tipton i wumy uur suuretturo. KEW CALIF 0RSIA FRCITS. Car-load new California fruits and salmon, received direct from the packers at Ban Francisco; new. fresh and cheap, OLIVER, FINNIE A CO.. " UV5SGST0X ACOJuVaSxT nouLNiic and loBKias xxtmr.su, 10 PINE STREET, NEW .YORK. Ooneefvatlvely organized for doing tbe business of out-of-town, banks, bankers, corporations, merchants and Individuals. Usual Interest allowed on dally balances. Collections made -and promptly remitted. Onrttpondense tollciUtt. Exchange on princi pal cllJos of Europe. v mcV LIVINGSON, NEWBERN 4 CO., i London. - Ltnbrie'n Openlnu io-marrotr. Ltubrlt's Openlnir ic-aiurrow. BnMPOBD Yeast Powders hava , taUsfactlsn.ln Memphis for two yearn, is 1 k OLlVKB, KINNIE s?C0 HK9. P. KUEMEB. nvrxBioaiTr a. s sf ... - si TtpX TUESDAY NEXT we will show to bur friends and enstoraera Most Jsljligh Sults.& Keceptlon Dre we, IN VELVET, BILK AND POPLINS, or Oar Own Manufacture. w hi eli we claim . i. SUPERIOR IN TASTE 'AND STYLE to anthlng sliowrr? here. 'Also, at the' tame time, will be shown 300 Cloib nd Velvet Tngll.h TTalbingr Jackets, OF PAKI AND BERLIN MANUFACTURE, latest and best styles. Also, over ' 500 Dlffcrrnt btjlea of Hat Bonnet?, most or them Imported Direct from Paris forenr House. These, together wllh our tar re stock of Imported Flawers nnd Feathers, Rib bon autl Laces, at well as our large variety of Dress & Cloak Trimming?, anil Battbas, will be one of the most Attractive anil Interesting Displays tbe Ladles of Memphis have ' HAD A CHANCE.TOiBEETHIS SEASON. "S V ' . Respectfully, 4 MRS. KBEMER. Lenbrie's Opening' to-morrow. Leubrle's Opening to-morrow. "Sallie, when are you going to buy a Fall Hat?" "To-morrow, my dear, at LEL'BKIE'S OPENING.' GEBJIAX IXTHEIIAX CIIUKCII. Interesting; Ceremonies To-Hay-Laying; .or tbe Corner Stone lor a Stw Cbnreu tdlflee. - At three o'clock this afternoon' the very Interesting ceremony of laying the corner-stone for the new church and$cbool edifice of the German Lutheran congregation will take place in this city, at the site of the bulldlnc. on Washington street, between Third and Fourth. The building ls to be of once, xorty Dy anout eighty teet. as it is too late In the year to erect the whole building, which wltl be, like mcst of tbe churcnes In Memohls.two-storv school below and church above the committee Intends to erect but tbe basement this ml!, ulth a temnorary roof. Tht. mriL, h. Anl.hul K.i ( irtx wlnt.r vts III. because the private house on Main street, No. 10, which has been ned for church and school purposes tho last eighteen years. Is getting too small. Contracts for brick, carpenter and stone work hovu hMn murfA vlth Muum. II. H. I1. Pinpr. 'H. Segler, and Mnldoon, Bnllett as Co. For mostoi tne iron wars; tue congregauou is iu debted to Mescrs. Bisk Johnson, A. Kohlbry and J. Heath & Co. At half-past two there will oe a procession ox tne scuooi anu yi ung mec's association, from the old school to the nlace of bnlinlne. Sacred tnstrumenlal mu sic will be given by the Old Memphis brass band, who have kindly volunteered for this 'occasion. The order oC celebration will be according to the roiiowing programmer First sons by the church choir, psalm 23, with music accompaniment. Second German oration by Rev. Dr. G. M. Gotacb, flibt minister of the church. Third Song by the chnrcu choir, Luther's hymn, m uslc accompan imen t. Fourth English oration by Rev. H. Sleek, assistant minister ot the church. Fifth Layin? the cornerstone. Sixth Uymn by the congregation, mmlc accompaniment. The trlenda of the congregation aie Invited to attend. MOTJBXIXG GOODS. New arrivals or Mourning- Silks, tiros de Lnu, Barpoor Cloth, being pare alllt and Wool; Cachemlres, Armour Cloths, Bombasines, Tarn I re tlotbs, BLACK CRAPES', Black Alpacas, Dla(cuals. Crnpe Veils, Crape Coiiara, Crape siucblugs. Menra tos Uaadkerehiers. foarulusTl'ostnmeit made on short notice. BESKES liHUTHinS Aieubsi.'s u pe m i u a lu-m.ir.w. Don't fail to go one day at least to the itpton county fair, on tue tain, loin anu itiii 6-4 all linen table cloths at SOe.at VKHUIGI,, 228 Main street. The event of the season opening. -Leubiie's MRS. HUXTER'S 0PEXI5G. Mrs. M. C. Hunter's grand millinery establishment, 'o. 217 Main street, since last 'ixursuay nat neen perieci. Iv lammed with tbe most elegant la dies of Memnhis. to enlov her arand opening of tall and winter styles of hats, bon nets, ribbons, dresses, etc. She exhibited ml' of the latent metropolitan and Parisian novel ties, consisting of the HneAt hats and bonnets, tbe most elegant suits, the pretueAt beaded lace over&KlrtA ana sacnues ever, snown in Memphts. Mrs. Hunter, who ls a lady or un- exceniionaDie taBie in oil molten pertaining to dress, bos one of the mostTwAcreAc assort ments of milllnfry goods lhatwas ever offered to the ledies of Memphis. She has in the dressmaking department experienced artiixer, who make such matters a ltfetlmestudy. The dressmaking department is asuccessful spe cially wuu ,nni,nuiiir,vui)iu we uimkiuii In point of taste and sound Judgment to any pr the eastern proprietors. She deservedly eniovs an extensive trade, and has a wide spread reputaUon aa a superior milliner. Her opening, was one ot tne most oruiiant occa sions that Memphis fashion-circles have ever nan. A complete new and elegant line of Window Shades Just rece'ved, and or sale cneap Dy hook oc Lauriii, jjioeconusiieeu l ,.hH.t. r i - , Lenbrls's Openlsic Ic-morrow. .. ,. e Lenbrie's Opening It-morrow. njbo to John G. Siekf 2tif rjecood I street, and get your harness repaired, dV mhde Lenbrie's Opening- lc-morrow Tiih property to be sold by B. Pi An-derson.B.l-commlssIoner of revenue, bh to morrow. Is as follows: Alet on Front street, between Union and Monroe, 21 feet front: five acres of land east of Memphis m the Norrls tract: a lot between Old and New Madison streets. frontlnrs5 feet on Old Madison' and 33 feet on New Madison ; lot 10, In block!lt, on4 tne east siueoi Clinton street, and tne west part of lot 7, in block Z7. Irontlcg 1(0 fe.et.on the east sale offebelny street. At the aaltyes- wuj tuo iuiviv WW,,,. , ' n uu.v, ir rare opportunity Is offered, to set real otate MM, a iuw price at. mese tales. aie uiaes place at twelve o'clock, In front of the chancery court building. Caiiminino and Houe Painting executed neat, quick, cheap and durable. HOOK A jLAUKlIaU&U Hecond streeL VKIt K. LowebHleja A Heoin to-morrow, Bros Cloak leKdUa hinimfd liandkerchlefs at 3c apiece, at J VCVlltri'B. 99ft Main Wtvavo i A . rrl m, i' - v Xeabrle'a OpsiiintQamorrow. " .. Tipton is the only county outside of Shelby which holds a lair this fall. Goto It, everybody. L. 31. DEAH & CO.'S ART PALACE. The gre3t art store of L. M. Dsan &J w,.iwwi ..." m .uhs" uuiy uirungeui with ladles and zentlemen n' sisminH.anir vlewtthe many beautiful amlujiseful articles uueieu lur saie oy ine euterprtsing membeTs or this popular Arm, which deals extensively in wall-Daner. window shades. nnintK. nil. glas,, house ornatnents, decorations, etcjlt 'rheV.hATA lUKtTMVlTMl .welllurful ,ln.Wt which will be sold at tbe lowest possible fig ures. All orders to them will be filled satis factorily. Calclmlnlng la a specialty with L. M. Dean fc Co. aOYEIIIES! AO VERMES!! 8 mot PaJ-jjPi- f B. WCSiSTKlS V XinOTlIEttS will open to-morrotr - three oanri or novelties Jntt Ki eclted Irom Paris. Ladles shonldL not fall to call nt B. LOWBNsTEIX t BROS.' To-morrow. COKE, COSE, COKE. Xay in coke while it la cheap. For sale by all the coal dealeis and tbe gas com pany. Lenbrie's opening to-morrow. Lenbrle'n Opining; to-morrow, Leabitc-'e Openlngr fo-morraw. Leubrle'a Openles to-morrow. .Flowers, in splendid display, at CrtAlO'B. The flour and meal exhibited by Messrs. Farrow, Raines A Co., manufactured by Messrs. Murray A Brown, of this county, was awarded the premium at onrreoe.nl fair. Messrs. Farrow, Haines A Co. keep constantly on hand an ample stock of each, at No. 14 Union street. Seed, Wheat and Eye at 383 Main street. JB. SUTTON A CO. , jNO.iM'IiAijaHLiN & Bbo., dealers in j . . . I II. I V... T.. . ,( CJlOlce AHWliy kiwuioi, wou acuwa; quors;aiflo Iresli roasted or ground coffee, bave removed to No. 309 Main street, where they will be pleased to tea all their old cos-, tomert, and as many new ones at will' favor them with their patronage Lenbrie's Opening- to-morrow. TiPTON County fair at Covington, 'the5 present terminus of the Memphis and Padu cah railroad, on the 15th, loth, and 17th of October. . . Heavy all-wool Jeans at 30o per yard, at Vendlg's, 22 Main street The cheapest: and best Steam Dyeing and Ci-xABIsa Housb lntlie elty Is at 2:8 Se cond street. HAN80N A WALKEB. , J Plain anu decorative paper hangings, lVRnii-iftrAatSficsin-s.. asniess vaneLV, st tmnn ir - wmi I iTZtnJim . S ,7. I V - ' ' ', lEDBRlE'Jj 0PE3IX6. ,MJAT,,lrrlKK ! : Mrr- 1ft til I., usMralH-rrtftllrlay. 58-! In. Hosdret Parle Patlera Hots, lVaricest sMortaieBt, richest trimmed, beat alyle Hals ever Imported, wrtileli lu every particular wllfeellpse any ex. hlblllon or Millinery Goods ever pro duced In Ihia ronul rjr. Lenbrie's Openlna to-morrow. TIIK BETHKI- A Very Corunllmi ntary Call foraBepe tlllou of ihs Concert. Tho ' following very complimentary cull and the modest answer sufficiently ex plain themselves, and we bope wlU awaken -renewed interest In a beneficent Institution worthy of all support: Mimpui, OctoberJO, 1371. N. V. Speera, Esq., Superintendent Bethel Sunday-school: - Having been greatly delighted by the per formances ofyourschool last Tuesday even-ins-, and wlshlns others to enlov the same pleasure, we reqeest a repetition of the eon cert. Certainly the children have reached a point of excellence unsurpassed In Memphis, and the programme ls so novel that the pub lic will not rau ui snow a neany appreciation at another rehearsal. II postlble, please name another evening when your friends may enjoy the richest treat of the season. E. W. Paddlson, D. T. Torter, . P. Zlegler, F. M.Taylor, James M. White, R. J. Black. T. BUArnold, T.BMcltwen. AJOwMcGarvey, , K.D Cheet; Fred'L. Fowler. ' Lawrence Wooten, JATCotfman, Lee Herzog, H. Herzog, K. J. B.L. Winn, s. J. Ward, T.T. CBsmbers, GW. Jones, Geo. C. Harbin, Fred Haesslg, Wallace Young, JohnM. Young, W. It. Chandler, " lUMundlnger; IVf. M. Moore, J. B. Miller.' B. i owenntein, G. H.IUe, PJMVItoche, Mackey, Jos Brooks, J;D. Marks, J. Flood, E.a. Brown, J nllus lhr A Co., W. IL Wooldrldga, A. L. Lowensteln, L. Lowensteln, M. Cobn, I. Morris, J. B. Rowland, W. II. Harris, R. M.Drake. MO. Simpson, Jas. G. Barbour, John F. Page, Thoa.Morewood, John T. Moss, E.P.Rilly. W. A. Goodmsn, T. W. Brown, It J. Morgan, , , Jos; Coll, -, ' , J. c. Keely, K. H. Brooks, R. A. Hhlelds, M. L. Meacbam, A. W. Roberts, James 11. Poston, E. F.Wilis, W. L. Scott, Joseph Craig, H. W. Schultz. John Q. Davidson, A, C. Moore, W.II Butts, E. C. Slater. B. P. Aldridge, L.T. WUIiams Thos. E. Daly, A. Hltzfeld iSoD, Fred N. Ware, Schoolfield, H anauer x Co Brcde A Cooper, Kdmonds.Fettigrew 4t. Co; L. Podesta & Co., Josenn W. Trabue, Wm. A Truois, Frank Wcods. Ihosl Commander, Geo Walser, G H.Denisou, Kd. W. Home, G. L Denison, i.E.Macennis, Jas. Graham, Wm. Nasbnrgb, W.Y.Clrode, G. A Cochran, J. IwAnderson, B. D. Tread well, John C. Fixer, Jas. W. Burton, Z. N. Estes, J. J. Ilawlings, Geo. Dtxon. J.E.K. lUy, H. W. Purnell. V. B. Thayer, John G. Lonsdale, Jr., Rev. David Walk, U.S. Miller John B. Campbell. w.j. smitn, - Mornis, October 10, IH7). Messrs. D. T. Porter, J. C. Neely, and more than one hundred others: Your request for a repetition of tbe Bethel Concert ls before me. Tbe compliment Is very pleasing to us all, and we thank yoa for ltw wtth some slight variations, the concert will be repeated at the. Greenlaw Operahouse. on Friday evening, Ihe sixteenth instant, at half-post seven o'clock. N. W.SPBEBS, Superintendent. Leubrle'a Openlog- le-morrow. Lenbrlea Opening- fo-morruir. Lenbrie's Opening- to-morrow. If you want a hydrant, street-washer, or pinmblng of any kind, you can get it at Browne's, Is Jefferson street where you are sure to be suited In style and price. - A.enbrlea Opening to-morrow. J. C. Collins, dealer in choice gro- cerieffanned good, etc , will, on Saturday, open In connection with hi" grocery business, a meat department, where at all times wUl be found tbe choicest beef, mutton and pork. In fact, all that Is contained In a first-class butcher's stalL His motto ls, and has been, standard goods and full weights. His old customers ate invited to call, as hel confi dent of giving entire sailalaction as hereto fore. AU goods delivered with prjmptnesi. lreo of charge. Remember tbe place, 3)0 Alabama street. Junction or Poplar. -Attend ttobertson's Business College GROCtRS EVEKtWUERE KEEP IT. Wdv? Because Doolev's Yeast Pow- Lder has achieved a reputation second lo none it produces most elegant, light biscuits, lolls, etc., and so exact are the proportions of each Ingredient tbat the tame results follow each time. Itptrmltsnowasteof Hour ls conve nient to use, and the food prepared with it ls such that It can be eaten and relished by the most sensitive dj sceptic or invalid w tthout fear of indigestion. Manufactured, by Dooley A Brother, t9 New street, New York, and for Sale at retail ny ail grocers. Leubzie's Opening- to-morrow. Lenbrie's OpentaK to-morrow. Lenbrie's Opening to-morrow. We defy competition ia signs, both in execution, durability-, dispatch and prices. TUbViRE.iT RED SIOKE. Fresh Imported Dress Goods at Hjnt- iruDtiPtlcesi,: l m -si 8 WE WILL SELL THIS WESK 100 Pes.' prime iiiHlllyit reneb Merinos, tl)c a yard. fe .30 Pieces tamntlsome Irish I'opllnr, Ft a v u-- '-v .3- 00c a yard, former price tl SO a yard. j - 0O Pieces Kinpresa Cloths, V 0c avard.-usual price 75c. SO Pieces Blnck Alpaca Lustre. a v ... - . 350 per-yani, regular.price SSat iioofpieces PlnldtPopllus, Is t 7."3 Ii ' -' 15a yard and upward. 30 Pieces All -fool Delaines. -. 35c a yard. SCO Pine Quality Pelt Skirls, $1 each. as ' . 'Si a iff immense nssoruneut? oi Ladies' ,8hawlsat extremely, Lowjl" rices. At' dUt -tVi IVMSERAXK S43 .Main Street. J s, , . . . . Lcubrle.'s Opening; fo-morraw. LeHbrle's.Openlus to-morrow. Lenbrie's Opening- to-morrow.. AW Rbirfa nt 11 ooli nt Von. dig's, 22S'Maln street. SPR0ULE & JScCOWIT. At the laree clothinc house of Stiroule A McCown, Nos. 211 and 243 Main street, corner of Jefferson, ono of tbe largest stocks of goods In the city can be found. Tho firm manufac ture their own clothing tor the MemphU and. southern market, and their thorough knowl edge or the wants of southern customers gives them a greot advantage over mauy other bouteg engsged tn this Une of business. In the line of business coats, pants, half bose, shirts, underwear, gloves, overcoats, etc., etc., Sprouie A McCown con safely defy any or ali competition. They have brought down the prices of goods to the lowest possime rates. Their new stock of clothing for fall wear can not be surpassed In any c ur In the 1'iitori. as tbey bnv for cash, and manufacture their own goods, notouty lor their Mempuls boaie, bat also tor their Louisville and New Orleans branch establishments. Tbey invite tho at tenUon of the public, and guarantee to sell at astonishingly low rates. Go at once and Sricovthe good, and yoa will bs convinced iati it does not take. uny great amount of money to purchase a fashionable suit of clothes, or any thing else- known Jo the Unc ot gentlemen's wear. See their advertisement In another column. Bo not tell to visit B. Loneusicin Bros.' Cloak. Boom to-morrow. Be sobe and take your goods to the Exposition Monday. Everything Is ready for their reception. Xcahrle'a OpenlaVito-morrowi- Lcubrle'a Opening-to-m9rrow. ? "j . 1 ' 1 - . ' r. Hobrle'a Opening; to-morrow. Jo. to Leddln'a Business college. 'ExumiTORSiare earnestly requested to send In their goods, wares, fixtures, etc. The Hall ls ready io-dow. , , H. HA1NER, Superintendent. October B, 1871. - We Invite the attention, of onr read ers to the card of the Christian Brothers' Col lege, TheBrothers have been eminently sue cetsful aa educators of youth. The college has alreadv an attendance of one hundred and- lourtsonr student, which number, m ,huA.iiflni.ttniM.,ijM.t.iiis hlab apprecia tion in which tho college ls held by lu pat- Kt:nurT TlxflnBlantaneous cure for nturalsia. aeo WM one Co., keep If. '3 IIEKZ0G & BRO.'S ENTIRE BTOOK- , swr VKIXTM at iue rr.it rD, AN KXTRAOBDINABY BARGAIN: Twenty-five pieces t-t White Shaker Flan' nel too per rani, worth IBe. . Gray Twilled Flannel, S5 and SSc. A GREAT BARGAIN: Beautiful Black Cashmere, We per yard. Fifty pieces Llnseys, 10c per yard. TO CLOSE: Double width Black Cloths, Beaver and Doe skins, at cost. Black Silk Trimming Velvet, II 60 per yard. Cloak Velvet, K) 60 per yard. EXTRAORDINARY CHEAP: A heavy Gros-Gram Black Silk (warranted pure Silk) tl 75 per ysrd, worth to-day (&. TO CLOSE OCT ENTIRELY: Fifty pieces Colored Dress Silks at 33 per cenu ueiuw uiiuse, vuiue. SWBBPI REDUCTIONS On aU new goods. Prices extraordinarily low. HKUZtU BKf.,30 Mala turret. Exposition will be opened oo Thurs day for the public. Every exhibitor should have their goods at the Exposition building early Monday. Do not rail to visit B. J.OWE3TIN Jt BROS.' Cloak, and Suit Itoout lo-morruw. l-enbrle's Opening lo. morrow Lenbrie's Opening to-morrow, Lenbrie's Opening to-morrow. H00K HOTIUES. Homoeopathy What it ia, and what It Is net; a popular exposition and defense, byLaelnsD Morse, M. D Memphis, Tennes see: This little srocAure alms at a popular elucidation of the new school of medieine. It shows bow homuTopatBy originated, truces Its devetooment. recounts succeMes claimed. contrasts the new with the old system ot Eractlee, and replies to the oojeciionr. mat ave been made to the Hahnemannlc doc trines. The writer says: "The prevailing ig norance aato HomBODathy lssometbiog as- nanishtng-. It seems hedged atiout by miscon ceptions, in tne popular minu il is inixeu up with vague Ideas or Infinitesimal doses power! ally concentrated, urugs and moon shine generally. " writer In a recent number or the J-Jclrclic Xedicat Journal comes ;o tbe front with the following stunning remark: If the scope of bomo-opatby is unllmi ed, ae It Ixejalmed, then wllh the lullest propriety can we say that to cure a burn It ls necessary to burn again, ana to heal a wound it must be cut afresh.'' After that we need not be sur prised at anything. And yet homoiupatby la simple, so simple that he who runs may read and understand. The proper wurees of infor mation on tats subject, I mnrt be permitted, to remark, bowever, are not to be lotrml In tbe tirades of abuse, the UbeJa and misrepresenta tions of our opponents." The doctor dwells at considerable length upon lbe progress of the new system, and presents a mats or con densed statistics which are rather startling to say the least. Thepamphlet can bo found at Cleaves ' book-store, 211 Main street. Lenbf le'a Opening tc-ruorow. PATTXRX mats. The grandest assortment ever dis played, at LECBBIETJ OPENING. TIIE SEW 1-XCIIA5HE BEOPESIXG. At the New Exchange, No. a Madi son street, Mr. Jo. Manclni, the popular pro prietor, will to-morrow moraine have a grand reopening, ills cosey little resart has been refitted throughout, and Is now one or the neatest and handsomest In the elty. Recog nizing the fact that the present are hard times. Mr. Manclni has rput down the price of his liquors to fifteen cents a drink. None but tbe very best brands or liquors and cigars kept, and which In tbe future, as In the past, are warranted to give satisfaction. An elegant lunch this morning, to a participation ol which Mr. Manclni Invites all his friends. Lenbrie's Opening to-morrow. Heavy wool luckn at 13c Ir pair, at VH.VDIGX STJtt .1am Mreel. LAW BKP0RTS. United States Clrenit and District Court Hou.ConnuIly P. Trig;;. Presiding. 200, Dow & Co. vs Oliver Wooldridge; decree for defendant? 8t, M'Donald A Co. vs steamer Mollis Baan ; disrnltaed. 7, John son vs steamer Monte Ragan; dismissed. 751, M'Donald vs steamer B. A. Bubbage: dut missed. MS, Curtis et al vs steamer G. W. "heek; decree for Ubellant t4. AUen vs steamer Emma C. Elliott ; decree lor claimant, ., Robinson vs steamer Des Arc; decree lor Ubellanr. S2t, O. W. Cheek vs. Oliver Wool dridge; dismissed. H, J. M. Tylle Co. vs steamer Minneola; decree for Ubellant: ap peal granted. 1SSS Cosb Co. vs H. A. Partee; dismissed. 582. Johnson, vs steamer Dexter; argued and submitted. First rirrnltC'anrt Ilelskell, Jndge, Calendar for Monday, October 12lh, 1871: 2tSS,ConneUvs Irvine, on trial; 169, W. It BarUin vs Sam Tate and R. O. Brinkley; 1585, M. Griffin, receiver, vs John C. Powers; lirje, Abblcgtou, administrator, vsAi'blng on and J. O. Moore : 1162. C. Richardson, use, etc , vs D. Pante; Wright d: MoKlssick vs The County of hnelby; MB, B.A. Hsrrell vs Jas Echol ; 2US0, L. Rosenbaum vs P. A. t'lcalls; i.41. M. Jones vs N. Lemaster; 2B75,T.T.Vv' right vsD. Campbell; 211, Memphis and Arkansas River packet company vs S, T. Hamilton: 2H7. M. Cooney vs li A. White; 211S, M. Dono ho etalvs K. A. While; S17T, Webb, Mitchell A Co. vs James Johnson; 213. A. M. F. Loean vs Hartford and Syracuse coal company: 257, R. McKeon vs J. t . MiLecore et al ; 2277, C. r. Johnson vs J. B Graves; 227H, Mlsslrstppl and Tennessee .ailroad company vs PainpUn; 22SJ, Cltv of Memphis ys B. J. Eddlns et al; zas, M. Watson vs Memphis and Charleston railroad company ; iKMt, J. Hogarman, use. etc., vs John H Grnbam; 22U6, City of Metn- Shla vs Memphis Theater company: 22W, unkle, sur, part., v J. P. CaruUiers; 2m, a. . Rhine vs C.R. Jiimison; SMI, George H. Want vs N. W. Spears: 2JW, State of Tennessee use, etc., vs J N.Jones; 2S1S, J. W. Wilsersou, ex, vs J. J. Mboon; Finney A Finney vs J. M'Caln; 1CCK, Mrs. William Hunter vs G. S. Smtser: 288U, 8. Wut son, trustee, vs J. M. Hewitt, ad'r, etc.; 2Z Mary Harris vs George Welble, etal; 2JS, U'nl..liimari Sur. nart. vs C. Williams and W. J. Boss; 2316, J. F. Holloway vs J.N. Patton ; 2548, D. LIDUaaer vs liunuis lniuu miiruuu company ; 2SSI, F.Fealey, use, etc.. -vs John rrmfr- qx? Kimn. MArtnn smi MemnhiB rail road company vs K- C. Tailey; SStU, L. B. Uor- . n . Mn.,. .1. naiulrlAl- l4ie 1,'nnlrhnuser vs G. W. Smith ; 2430, M. A. Wing vs A. P. Cur ry, sheriff; 24S8, Walton A Waiton vs John Wylie ; 2140, D. C. Cross vs Ben L. Do racy. Second C'irenlt Conrt Ilalsey, Judge. Court meets at ten o'clock. Monday la ninlffln f nv Til. fnllOWini- CaSCS COOStitUte the calendar for Tuesday : S02,Cooney s Don ahue; 3821. Loaguevs Shelby county; 4004, Da vis vs Graff; 4031, Schaffner vs Elliott; 4U35, UaiCUOIl vs Jlliuil.; win, vwtikci u" J10 linnlqui vs Davisr -ll.T' MemnhlS GSS- light company vs (luentel & Brother; 4'30 Logwood vs Apperson ; 4IW, Larkln vs Ennew; 4137, Hurst vs Fles; 4180, Dickinson A Co. v Moores A Co.; 4161. Low,Jr..vs Smith: Hair, Martin vs Memphis and Arkansas river pack et company ; 4 Its, Ilalstead vs Conn et al; 1170, Thomason vs Wilson; 4171, Bush vs Carolina llfs InsnrsncA comoanv: 4173. M'MaUUs VS schontteld; 4179, M'LauKhlln A mother vs Norman; ll, Lilly vs Klne 4 Dngan: UU. TJiorpe, agent, vs LUly ; libs, Warner vs Klng- oon; 4161, ciaiiey vs Burns; tioa, juun v. Hlckey ; 4187, Kellee vs O'Neill ; 41S8, Boy lar vs Allen ; il'JS; Hanson vs Hirscb ; 4i4, Bosttck vs lllCsa,uw, nooioerry vsimcu. Second Chancery Coart Walker Chan cellor. Cases set for Monday, October 12, 1874: No. 400, Muyor and Aldermen vs Ferguon; 419, Austin vs Brlntley; 4K. Kaufman va weoeie; 43, wiiiiioruvs . 1 n- , cchw. H.i.ib,..h.n.ai IWqnl w r,mth.. UC1U ,Dt-l,UBlUi , ' ' ' , 438, Devoto vs Ohio; ljU,Cannovan vs Steele; 4dz, innoon vs Aoercrouioie. -m, iia b a. mi:j7. Kadzeekv vs Maloue: 47S, M. and H raliroau company vs asnoon; ,,i, utv.uitii,u vs Martin; 47, Renklrtvs Wasson; 470, Bow man vs Hawley ; 1SI, Hays vs Hays; 4S2, Cltes- ... , tT , ,1 1 ...... . IV. himtth v.S.nitth JsS. tUfU. M.C 1,111...., "-------- -'Sl - ' morevsBDjd; 190, haja vs Deadrick: 491, bm- m, va M.vnrnnd Aldermen: lOd.UunleV VaBa Ja; 407, Levy vs Levy ; i'M, Adams, ex parte ; SUM .viooro vs w imams; isio. wuuuu a , Bonner vs Bonner; 510, Keck vs Walker; 614, Steele vs Steele; Si9, Devine vs. O'Brien; Me; Larkln vs McComb; 522, Knox vsTalbert; 9SS, Moor e vs Ryan : 6J0, Brewster vs Clcalla; SSL State vs Moore: 511, Bartnotemew vs wrignt; 515, Thumel vs Thumel ; 54a, Glenn vs Thorn ton; 5S2, Lalnl vsCrow;55J, Todd vs Bates; 557, Kofrard vs Kelly; 653, Black vs Glenn; 588, Toppvs Hetzel; SW.MUlervs Harmstad ; 5S7, Hogan vs liogan ; 577, Goodwyn vs V Inn; 575, . o 1 a II vsuivens; ou, xvagajuiu s juiuciauii. Leubrle'a opening to-morrow. Leubrle'a UpenlUK to-morrow. Hook&LaQbill's celebrated Eureka roof-coating, the cheapest ana best In use. No. 328 Second street. PSESH OYSTERS ASD FISH. Kresh supplies of these luxuries re ceived dally per express by J. A. SIgnalgo, 27S Second street. TO TUE LADIES. We would respectfully state, in an swer to many Inquiries, that our Mnxissny GrKNttto will take place very shortly, oi which we will give due notice thiougn the dallv papers, our Paris patterns are now tn (raiwii, together with the very latest and fin est assortment or everything pertaining lo the very -highest style or fashion, and we guaran tee to bave such au immense display of taste, art and elegance as will be second to none lu the south. These goods, as all others, will be sold at ten per cent above cost, which places the finest bats at one-tourth i the price .sold elsewhere. LEI bull, bugs. BLACK ALPACAS ! n w ..isln Jtr I treats tllhVA ftls Tfr civtl 600 pieces BlaeU A!pea, which they propose to sell at xtraurtinnrilj' low price. Ta nlt.,,. of f Via "Pttwu r- - i-.lv.! tfnit nmulg TiIPIiSA TTtliEQ appUcaUon oa Monday, early. Rttmford Yeast Powders are tbe Ltubrie's Opf nine to-morrow. Lenbrie's opsninc; lo-msrron. NOTICE TO GliOCEKS. An unprincipled firm bave recently been copying our advertisements entire, with the single exception of substituting their name In place of ours. Tho imposition, al though weU-calculated to deceive your cus tomers, can be easily avoided by a little care on your part to see thatDcoLxv's 1 east Pow ngnls the ono they are searching for, WhUe the action of theparty only adds further tes timony to the popularity oi our yea t powder, we deem this caution necessary, not only for yonr protection, butbotof tbeomer ft) New street. New York. Visit B. Lowensteln Bros.' Cloak. Boom to-morrow. Come and see the styles at Leubrle'a 'opening. Leubrie's Opening; to-morrow. Lenbrie's opening to-morrow. JtlXALLV, ASD TO CONCLUDE. i Matters have been so far advanced i now at the last Gift Concert of the I'nbllo Li- i brarr that Governor Brsmletto is enabled to r state positively, ond unmistakably, that -be final drawing will take piacoon the thirtieth dav of next November. Therefore those who ' .J. . i.i.olntn ttn irroo ...... d It rn-nimit t VISA iu Utti w v -1 " . - - ty. . - - v - ever offered to the public, in this or any other country, should, make Immediate arrange ment to be ready lor the great diawing. Any delay now wlltlmperll the tickat-bolder, for, whatever may be said by outsiders, we can assure our readers that we know whereof we BDeakwhen we say advisedly tbat the draw ing will come off on the day indicated. For fufl information apply to G.H. Samuel, No. 6 Wttt Courtstieet, Memphis, Tenn. SCUOOLBOiS 1 titilOTIMJIOt aClIOOLJjdYH? RJIfHUY-DAY Hf, SQHOQLB0W BVHRY-DAY SUITS, BSmStftmYR BWHRY-D AY fiJlT. tjeaoottwyf fjeeosd-Best Sulla, Sebool boys' Seeond-Bsst Suits, School be; a' Seeeed-Best Suite, SCHOOLBOYS' STYLISH DRBBB 81" ITS, SCUOOLBOYU' TtWH DKBbB SUITS, SCHOOLBOYS STTLIett BBHH-i 8CITH, Salts and Fait Osawtuts for all the boys. fNrua anil FaH Onn.ua fa laraM the men. bbssbb fall OvortalaU far all tae yoatbM. At Prices that cannot be eompeteii Willi by any other establishment. OAK HALL. OAK MALL. A If. HALL. The Largest Clothing House In tbe Citj- No. 231 nam Street. Towels at Stye apiece at Vendlg's, 228 Main street. Leubrie's Opening lo-mnrrow. Lenbrie's Opening to-morrow. SILKS, SILKS, SILKS. Having imputed a targe line of silk?, we would invite tbe public to examine them. We are oil. ring striped silks at Te, worth J125; also auks in ckah shades st low nrlcer, ana Mack alls s aa low as tl a yard, "aad some Lyons silks, warrantedat fl 7Trti. Lenbrie's Opening to-morro-r. Smokbrs will always be certain oi See, oewrulterated, and strlotly clean cigars, by baying only those matte by O. Mirsefa A Co-m Water street. New York;Iaotory, No. m. Third eaUtclioa district. New York. Everyone can request to be shown the box, and thereby a) wtuln the name ot tbe mana- tactery namaer. D. HIRSCH A CO. Btbiford Yeast Prfwdera have been ned tor two yean bv toe best peepto ia Mm phis. OLIVBK, FlNNIK A CO. SILKS! SILK.H! Black Gros-Grnln Nlltts! Colored I'allle hllks! In nil lire novel shadts. A new line Jnst received nt H. X.OWE4HTXIN dc UB09, 200 S-poai jars butter, extra. OLIVES, FINNIE A CO. Lenbrie' Opening to-morrow. ELEGAKT DRESS G00DS.L0 W PRICES Menken Brothers announce the sale of new stylM dress goods, bought since the re ceat aeettnu in prices. Ladles have now an opaottoaity ta get a ehean and handsome dress. Osll at BROTUERS. XBtV goods: XEW GOODS! Just reeeived their fall stock, complete in every line, bought at a great reduction, and are offered necordlnaly. call and be con vlnosd. TAYLU. JOt Jc CO . 312 Main street, opnoslte Peabody hotel. Lenbrie's opening le-iuorrow. Among the many attractions of the Fair was the show of Spec at A Walter, con fectioners, of Madison street. They were awarded the premiums of two silver medals on the handsomest Iced and ornamental cake; alao best display of home-made candles, w bleb, they well deserved, as, in truth, tbey eookl not be excelled In looks or in flavor, we un derstand they make almost all tbe candy anil all the cakes sold In their establishment. Exposition opens for the re cefrtion of articles for exhibition on Monday. Jambs Ernbst Pbrring has resumed his lessens. APBiy at HoUenberg's music store, Chttejaorpfe block. Heavy cilun flanueis at 12 1-Zc. at VJtaOlU . 230 Sniu Street, Grandest styles ever shown are the Pans hats. LEUBRIE'S OPENING TO-MOBROW. $10 to $1000 invested in stocks and gold pays23 per "t. a month. .end for particulars, rum bridge A Co, Bunkers, 2 Wall U N. Y. Meiglis ineal DULY ABB WEEKLY TkeJP apers forylioFcople TExmt Weefeiy -3 2 5) Weakly (Or dabs sf lflve ermare) 2 00 Dally 1-aV r-f") 10 00 CfW TAJ"- Well-Digostflii tfuiiiniary . W TBS NEWS OF THE WEEK, A3 WBx.Ii Am THE OF THE WU.Y. TEE SUNDAY APPEAL IS FILLED WITK Literary Selections Embracing Poilti'iJ, cwmmeroiai, Lit- ary, Soreatifiv., Agrioultnral, Pbilo osphica), Religious, ordinary news and all other matters qf interest to. the farmer. -Manufacturer, Mechanic and Merchant. steajmboats. FOR FRIARS POINT. FcrB lena, Friars Point and Way Landings. k ilp eieaui. pwwuiivr steamer F35IL Al4i.jtM; s! Lee. master J Lee oierK ill leve on her first trip as above F.tlDAK, October Hub, at 5 p m. oeli SUJL. t-dJLttO AJMD BT. LOVJlrt aemphlx and St. Lonls Fnehet Compnity For Hickman, Oolnmbnn, Cairo and St. Louis, Steamer BELLE MEMPHD3, ,!-" s. Crane- master ariXSC Leaves nu.uiu, uct. ltn, at op m. AD. STURM. Sunt Mt?slsslprl Blv.r Elevator Company. J?0R VIUJidBUBU. Kempbla and 81. Louis Pncttet Company C. S. -tinll Line. For Helens, Idlest, Greenville, Vicktburg, anu way juanaiugs. Stsamer 1 L'LIA, . T k Blake im-pr ii it iiiiil T Leaves BUAuai, ucu uw, at iu aon. AjJ.srOitM. tsnp't MlwdBsInnl' River Elevator Company CUEEK LINK. Memphis and Vlcksburg Packet Company -For Helena, Friars Point and the Bends TJ. S. MoU to Napoleon. rou ciiicoi. jUliuois, ZiSSobZ Mark R. Cheek master. Loaves TUESDAYS and SA1 UKDAXC, i pjn. IOB HIAX'OLEOa. A. Wiiite, iasSi George Malone. master. Leaves MOITDAlS and THURSDAYS, 5 pan. For freight or passage apply on board, or to . tino. I'H-fK wit- ais Front street. FOR JSJEW OKLKAISS. Secular Memphis and New Orleans Purttst lor the seassn. Str BELLE LEE.. I. F. Hicks, master This elegant steamer wui leave bs ahova THnrtSDAlt , October IS, at S pju. For frslght or passage apply to J. T. WASHINGTON , Agent, 10 Madison St. The BBLLis LEE will pay particular atten tion to ail way and bend business, and asks a liberal share of the patronage so generously bestowed Hi days suae bv- setff Bandolph. Fulton, wsceela and John sou's Landing- semi-Weclily a no.... frank Forrest, O, K. JnpUn...mastei I J. W. BiioderLlerk WUl leave every MONDAY and FRTOAV making all tbe coast lsndinga. For freliht or passage apply onboard. Isiiom to READ, READ, READ! mm j .T 1 Dealroas of offering all posaibU Inducements to rbltors dariat; tfce )n&mkMi4jL theEip08ltion,andtoenabIetuetnf at tow rates, Usaaair " their wants in tea STAPHS c& FAKTCY" WHILE IN THE CITY, "WE HAVE ABRAXUED TO HAVE FECIAL SALES! US EACH IE1AKTMjEjS'T. FITS, Wam, FLANNELS PLAIDS, LINSEYS, 30TS5 AT SPECIALLY LOW PRICES. EXTR10RDIXAHV IX0CCEJSEXTS 13 SIXKS, URESS GOODS. CI.OAK5. SBA.WL1S AND SUITS, SUITS, SUITS ALL DESJBIPII0XS OP Ready-Made Garments! ALL THE NOVELTIES OF TIE SIASOMI UK10AL 0CTFITS AT EXTBE2ISLY LOW P&lCBsf. Kir We arc prepared to jlalie ap Dresses nt. short nttee,iB fjlB latest and most beautiful styles. "Swi 242. 2U anil 246 Main Wm DEFMTMENT TitE 0KAKDEST AND KICUEST STYLES EVElt MIWTJ. ALSO, THE LARGEST STOCK OF FRENCH IS COXJBXCTIOX I I S LAC MIGNON S PALL ASD "tfTtfTEE STSLES Ladies' Underwea LDBEN'S Braided Sacks, Hoods, Cloaks, Mantles, Etc., Btc "We are tlie caly Manufacturers that sell their pr.otLue- tions direct to the Consumers. Come and see -afhat Memplii Enterprise can tio. OLIVER, FINNIE &' GO. SO barrels CriBb'rries, r.ll bltn 910,1a WeBeral. 2000 kits, bbls. and half-bills. Mackerel, :uou lilis, DDis.ana naii-uura. Jtacamci, 500 qnartcrSshalTes and boxes Raisins, 250 cases Gordon x DUirorth and Sha ker P:serTes, 400 loses Jeuies, 200 barrel ants, 100 cases Sardine. sty mmi rE S0J3SCRJ3KB, WILL BECEIVIC DE poslts, in small or large sums, and allow Interest at tbo Bate of Six; (6) per cent. per Anna m. In order to awn re depositors or their perfect safety he would respectfully remind them tbat bis large Interest In. city property's entirely unencumbered, becomes security for all funds which may be placed In bis hands. JOSEPH I, ANDREWS, 3STO- 232 3P2?03D.x St. N.B. The retldence and punctuality of this house for about ball a century ls another guarantee of ths promptness by which all its obligations will be met on the usual three days' notice. ocO ft fl ml the EEpitm! BARGAINS ! m m U ! 8 JEMS, CASS Street, corw Jeffprwiri. E BROS'. FLOWERS IIiKS, Etc WITH OUR GBAK UNDERWEAR ! 100 packages Tra, 100 bags 0. J. Java, E GSTEIOE FLUMEI! ! LACBS I VELVETS wucv, nerio oOOO eases Cannea Praite ami Yese-,, w bags mm Ubiree, tables. o00 barrels Flflur. SOU barrels Sucar, 25 tierces Lard. 500 tmrkats Lard. Creditor's Notiee. Na.ueR.g asBsat-iiibiiweaartesii. Obantr.Tennweuss. A. CoameUei Taj - i "J I -Wlkr exe,-,;:'' Wheress,OB Use mh day of August, 71 A8C eompiniBaass. oa anbntf of tkaaZivJ, , ;Us). , all other creditors of samael P. Wa.kTr i censed. Bled taeirMU in this ,,' ? forpuBHeattoH, toraM raa,tarsto com , ,r. ward, have tnenvsetves made parties. n..,v..'l.A their claims, ete. "UVBCliaSt tlnvlnirelntmn awlnil rratrf -.i-i - i - u iuvran wwnw, MUU ail perst,. appearasce nerba.at tbe eouitnouso of t'je ... 1 fore- the first Monday m O'h.ner blbit Utstrsiaiaaa, prove and labliri sameaesorssag to bur, or tliei ens,,' J , . . barred. sd tbat a.-upy of t.,i, rli, . r. L!ed llsbedonct awee -,!or ic'r su. . , sv .' -1 D. s 3p. 171. suiuiiirsans A copy attest: ants Er-Hngh B. Buuen. u VanceJl Anueroo,, ,WfJ. . - Y.Citrti. plt5. 5ert.,JBaai- AH. aft the UncSidsns 3 of BaBee -.MBAtr. pen TENN3BS Jta