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THE MEMPHIS DAILY .? .?E.I TEETJ3RS I-wlT-, OCTOBER 15, 1874.
APPEAL RATES. piTiu of brnscniiTiox. . DAILY! -w, one month, by hia11 nig six by mall it. bv mall. - S WMK. in CUT ..0 1 - s - 10 ne eepy, one month. Id city WEEKLY: Oat efT.oua year -S3 RATES OF ADYKKTISIKO. IN DAILY APPEAL: tot insertion, per square 81 Hfesesraenl lnserona. per square Mgbt tines solid nonpareil make one square, asa twelve tines inaAe one mm. l.a-ut.1 KntlrM sra 1X1 iwnlfi TWtr line first in1 MTUon, 16 ctnls per lice per week, and UX miu per line per montn. ..-I. ta en Ul oontji tot Una flrtt lnser run, andt cents per Ubb each subsequent nseruon. Drain and Marriage noUeos. Funeral notices attd OMtnarles, are charged at regular rate. We will not accept any advertisement to im low reading matter, first or Fourth page advertisements, nation ary, dOBue rates. iwlmMi roolea, sent free of charee. Our mall-books are kept by postofflcea, anil not by snaivrauai siuan. in enteritis pa pen changed from one postomce te aaeser, the names of both postofflcea sseata be given. We eoitett letters and communications upon saWeeta of a.neral interest, bnt such mast til trays be accompanied by a responsible Kama. We wt not return rejected communications. SU leliers, communications, or anything ele ter the Afpbai. should not be aodrenerd to any ImtlvMaal connected with tbe office Ml atrspiy we Ir;4i Jlemashln. This AMUSEMENTS. ITEKPUU THEATER. T. W. DAVEV. ... J"noriurroK ANNOUNCEMENT KXTKAOKDISARY Eagageenent for Six NlehU and One Mall- BW, oomi encuig uuuajr. wu .a, ui MK-t'lIABLES PO IT. sopfioried by tbe Olympic Theater Company Ul oa. iAIMIli 2fonday and Tueasl.y Kvenlngs, tbe snbllme play of fiiaaos. Samson, tbe Heroot Uui Charles Pope, Wvdamuar Hna iDaruuy, HCLPHIGOE. FrWar. .Benefit ef Mr. Charles Pope, nuiJli suuauiui - juiitisu. Kitnniftr Vfltmf HA M SON Saturday N'lKbt RICHARD III. Beau can be hod at tbe Peabody Hotel or the Theater. Monday. Oct. 1Mb Llngard Comblnatlur, QBABDCOSCI-ST or THE JSENEI.SOIi:S ;qcakteitb club, JHendar, October 26, 1674. AT THE GRBBNLAW OPERAH0USE. ADMSWIO:c. SI. STOLEN. kkWAUD stolen, from Bennett's itj Landing, MHs . one dapple gray bene mate, medium size, shaved op. and In use .Maa Sb hmtMf Ad on tbe left cheek I D dlftlootly with letter M. Tbe above reward will be a d on his delivery to Tbos. H. Allen A Ue-.. Meeapnis. w. a.nui.n-i.. 81 c RiSWARD-Slolen. on tbe Mb lnst one 1J llbt strawberry roan horse, about 15 baadebtgs.T years oM; has black mane and tail, ana a scar oa oneui jiuuiuu jc.,.-j, 'h. MiUrMmmt of the richt hind ankle, wbMh make htm limp when IrotUne. Tbe above reward will be paid for recoverv ol aosc. r.i.iuuni.1, CoMwater. Xlu. Octiher 1?. 1V7I. octU riOO& SOi&B BOARD A choice room, fronting tbe river, naay be bad at corner Promenade and Jackson streets. Also, day-boarders. octll riOARD-With a choice front room, unfar D nlshed, may be had at 1G1 Adams street. Aiso, a lew aay-ooarafcra. ocm OOMS-Two furnished Irooms. and tie per nwain, at vi xjilj j.if ni, niHK I.FHKKK 1IOUHE bai been Sited on JL In Use. stoiil style. Parties vislUng tbe city win bbo rooms, wim or wnooui board, at prices to suit Hie limes, oct M.A JULIA LEU NEB. Proprietress, sLKOLK gentlemen, accommodated with O board, with orwlthont rooms, at ITS Second, KUOM Cbolee room with board lna private hoeae, good locality, near Beale street ears. Kefer to Colonel Knowlton, Post- ome.or J.f. rinnie.TM tain si. sep-f OJHH A.NU jUJXtU) seST at 56 MONROE ST. t OA KlilNd A eentleiian and wife can D care a large, eligible lront room, wltb hoard, in a nrivatfl famllr. within five mlb- ales' walk of Uoort Square. No other board- orswaniea. Appiyat ima mtm. liuUMU UEr. boi'&K. ccr. Main and lieale. IV rwy newiy zurnunea rooms, single or in salt', tor gentlemen only; 16 and 113 per month, oO and To oeata per day. 'Good board Ht Are dollarK per week. In the buHdlne. il!f KOOMS-Fnrnlebed or not farali-ned, with bsaid; referenre xeQulred. Apply at VA 'Seeona street, ses f OOM A aentleman and wife or single een fx ilesaan can e accommodated wltu a fine front room, with or without board, In astrioily private famllr; references required. Apply rOK. RElfX . ESIOKKCE A neat two story bnck bout. r containing eight rooms. on Hemando road : ears pass, uiw w.i.uju.i, oetlS Office, M Beale st. j-aHHtrtKNCib- TwM'orr Irame. vers con. Cv Tcoteut and desirable location, street cars psstteg In front: low to a prompt tenant. Ap ply iv zi. u. auujjii&aui yt jiaiu su TjSACTlFri- KBrtlDKNCE No. Its Adams X) street. Apply at 102 aDAUb aT. RhWDKNCE Twotnry brick resldence&l Market street. Inquire at Market. 1 1 oumm a andsomely f ornlsbed rooms, ap- J.V ply at Moom a, tnirn noor, ivi aaain street, riiBNKMKNT-One doable tenement; con- iDoalrc at cfcSTBAt. HOTEL. oel OCSE Jio, 34 Overton street. Appl; inlvto ISAM II. rOWAED, 'o. 8 Jefferson street. AKtttifDBNClS In Cnelea,on street rail read. Good yard, stables, coal and wood houe, etc Tbe boose is Inrnlsbed with gas and water, ad Is In all respecu a first-class rewtaeEtee. a ppt W. 7- oed . MITCH ELL, 303 Third at. riUTTAOR A nice new collage. Apply to DJKIDBNCS3-4 Union street, 11 roomk; IV m DaMn street, 8 rooms : cottage and live acrea, Ketr avenne. MINOR MKR1WETHEK, 6 Second sU i J AlJlMO HTttEKT OKFIUBN-Two tew 3l groocd floor front omc at No. Msdl on street. Mutable tor physicians, lawyers, alkrra or for a fruit store. Apply at o 2 SO. 1 MADISON ST. GA KDKN" A rlcn garden on a long lease, M acres, on Poplar street boulevard. 2 mites from tbe clly, tbe old Pi lller place. pply lo B. JCDLEY FItAYeEK. sBi No." Madison street. CTOBB-HODBE. OKF1CE8. SLEEPINU--v) HousuiaiCottaom e!torehonseNo.2i nasi, near comer JefTerton streot. .One lalr odors m second sVry ; alK), sleeping room in UMMstotv, both oer Memphis Cotton iii ohs&ge. cornf Ma4lNon and Front streets. rtm0fficeitinecona story; also, lour sieep-uc-reom tn tMrd story oayoso Block, over No. sjs Main street, ose Mnrr-revm or offioe In Lenow Block, Cnloo strMt,near coiner Main, and known j. No.M Calm street- jXets on slreoiar line, between Hernando . oad and KJmwwJ Cemetery. Each nonhe nataaew mi rooms, witn ground lor garuen .ibd Tard namoses. All of tbe above property will be rented lo proenfal-paylng tenants, at the very lowest rates, In accordance with tbe times. Apply seM at M Union street. b'CK.lsHED KOOMU-Appiy al Jo. awl 1 Benacuto stnet, corner of Month. ' seBW aiiti annate itumjvr5ur. otORB-VarnerMalo and Madison. ( O OL1VKB, FINNIEACO. XiOST. L(JAL PARAGRAPHS, BltACELET One small gold bracelet, nt the Fair Urounds, on Thursday. Tbe finder will nerewarQeq vy leaius i. ,M.r... i-i pifcrirr.ra A ialrnf mild-rimmed spec o taclea. The finder will be liberally re Oram! promenade oonoeit on Yxl day evening at the Exposition, llr. H. H. Kirir. one of the large warded by leaving them at No. 14 Cnlon su, Bobtrtaon county distillers, is Timing tne wlih Farriiw. Raines & Oa. sean city. To-day 1 to lie a Holiday, -ine TO KXCHAllGS. erand Exposition is to be opened with un - - usual parade and tclot. OBOPEBTVKlrsKlass Improved residence 1 Jlr. Buclianan, while liauillluu one s. propeny, eiuv uii lor tne Ubickasaw uoaTOS-mnsaeta yesteraay, wurth in money, on timej balance In otner lw.IUceidrltaiiy ahotlnlhethumb. property. AdJms maa. appeal ...ic. i . ,, Tnl.,n will speak at the Greenlaw eperahonse on fiatu day nljht next. Tbe house will be lighted and heated and put In perfect order. Tom Marshall, colored, whose arrest was mentioned yeslercay, admits mat ne ue innn t a iranr of horse-thieve that have been cnmrnlttlna depredations in Tunica conntT. Mississippi. Ti'e reirret to learu of tbe death of tbemrsni cniia oikt. i. Aiyens at i znoresville, Carol! coanty. last Tuesday, We tender the bereaved patents our heartfelt PIANOS. I ,1 jiTi.tianiri) i work done llT eXPCIi' snrec,rst-class workmen, and warranted ll.O.HOI.l.ENBKKO'W.CIark'a Marble Block. PERSONAL. pIANO-FOBTES AND tlKUANS Properly NEW. Leave orders for town or country at isjtuhjw, K. vritamann's Piano BtorcSfl Second street. nr v,' A. Hensona. si? 3iain aireeL. ," We are clad to know that nearly all the leading houses of the city have signed a naDer agreeing to doae their storei and nlaces of business from ten to two o'clock to day In order to allow their employes au opportunity to participate in the opening of Uie Expo- a m !'1IMI h.vAlt, mvlWKlwtllOIl IWO mules I ill EfAin hi-mienrn. Tom Marshall: one a I -M nnh mmnlAlntfa maila hv rlttzpna dark brown mare rcnle. j or years old. Jtbout I nving on the line of the Memphis and Louls- 16 nanus nogu; tne omci " i.T . 1 ""e rauroaa, on account or tne irregular TAKEN UP. a or 10 years old. The owner will come, prove property ana pay cuntr. . "i ntalelcli road, five miles from MemphR FOR SALE ORRSTZ2T. msnnerln which the mornlnz accommoda tion train la run. No attention whatever la Eald to the schedule, and persona having uslness in the city lire often delayed an hour OTEO. Chief ilcFadden last nleht received a telegram from J. L Condon, agent, at Now Orleans, asking particulars as to the enterim f7ARMING LANDS To rent, for one lor n mnmiHriL farm of 1000 aures. 150 cleared. .ritii imnmmnnb. on river above Memphis. I of a latat lmnrnved stam fire engine of four tbe Anna Randolph plac. For sale, In ti acts I thousand tiouuda weight In our exposition, to to suit purchasers, tract adjoining the above I which the chief responded encouragingly, bo ih Mwn. Itandnlnb Tlace. I TV. llr, AFLli Kll If. AUIHUU seSO 3 Madison ttrect. . store. jurbwun nr. FOR SALE. f tOTTAQK. AND LOT Klve rooms and eAs- vj leru. jor cow cawui. A-urao '-i"' IiHE EARLIEST PEACHES A rand en a Jane ripenlDg lit, Alexander Karly 2d, RlTtrB5ih. liaJeV Early 6Lii. Circulars Rtvins mil lniormauon. r. vtujuaiuj. m tjUjV All LE PtaACK 1 offer lor sale oneoi Mississippi, liumedlatelj- at Hariera htalloo, on UlsAtfttlppl ana Tennessee iwuiroau, in ire soto couniy, nneen muw jrum Mvuiyuta, more inan nnnarea ucrra in tuunmiuu i that In a few dars we raaT liavo hoincthln: in at will be ofln teres! to property-owners ana insurance egeaciew 01 Aiempui All who desire a nice, hot cup of conee, wim me oenoi onuerana OTtAa, can be ruiiv eatUIled br calllDE at the St. Eaxaroi cofTee-btand. In tbe ExoosUien bnlldlntr. nleht or day, during tbe next montbu Tbe ladies of tnaip&rtsn nave Donsnt tne conee priTiieee, ana wiu do giaa to ice au meir menus ai me coOeesund. They Mi'l promise to eive them a drink: ot line Java which will far excel in neaunmi stimulation alcoholic beveraz. -We were Dreaented last uicht bv Mr. V. B. Thayer, the mannfactarer. with a well executed medal, on which was flananed a very correct representation of the Expobl- iion uaiiainjCe un me reverse siae is me words. "Third Grand industrial Exposition, 1S74. Memphis, and around the border Is the card of Mr. Thaver. and the ImDiiut of a I watch. The piece is about the (die of a silver naii-aoiiar xnaae or nicKei, ana is ft very with TtrnAd nwiilence and other Improvements. I neat pocket piece. Mr. Thayer wiu have a wllb gooa mwence aI5a2lYIJlUl8 uui(flD theEipomUoa building, where the octlldstw Hernando, Mlsi. LTliAWiJfciitti riAanio uw O very bi varieties al jowiiiiDariaiiJricc. OCT a. OUUUIEb AND sl,KiNO-WAUi!-pen and inn butrdes ana iieui SDiiOE-wacons new kUU St,CUUUIitUiU iur' va S.SHU OC OWlva lUUi-iX, W JOion laroeu T-k n.itiwiM (rwini to a chan re or ousi- IS nnuLA Urst-claw bar-room, with all ue- cerary fixtures, in close proximity to the now 1 into the United stales oc courthouse. Apply for parUculars at 1W Main 1 pne-half the anepald eoes street, next to iSchran Han. oc7 lmo mistaking tfie fact th riKslDMiUK LOIS DeUrable residence is. mts-nn l.inoen ana ltpiqis street: aiw. i. - . ., I 1 .. u, P.nl Hrl.Bn.DnlW. 1ULB UU UIUUCIUWD, . . UUI, V, . t ... " huu vu. - ollna streets, suitapie tor cneap reHiaencee. RAKeKY AI uu.Nra-TioMSBi-m tne thrlvine cltv of Dallas. Texas: doing a Xnl hnalneha! Katlafac'orv reason forselllng. This Is a good chance for some one meaning nusiness. Auaresa or can uu 11 Al.ll 31 Ai . cC tH,lUlll Lt se21 Dallas, Texas. WOOD- 600 cords seasoned wood. In quanti tlea to suit. Address D. H. U1LDKR- BRAND, Glencoe 8UtIon,Tenn-or iea-e or ders Wim t.. a,UABlu,. oo sawuwix siiwu ?n ftnn bbls. no. i Pirrasuitu coal, fll.UUU mi low aa the lowest. Also.Pey- tona, Cacnel and St. Barnard coals, cheap at anromer man. aihu, nuuu i v n j style." Also, a fine ltockaway ana uaggy-wagon. mi mya 1W Second street. medals will be manufactured during the next momn. The law reaulrea every check on bank to be stamped. Many of our citizens have habitually, either from ignorance of the law or inattention to its reaulrementa. neg lected to attend to this. An official agent is now traveling irom city to city Investigating this subject, and all found neglecting to conform to tbe rrovl slons ol the law will be summoned Into the United states court andnoed. As to the aeent. there mat ne win pcnorm his duties to tbe utmost. It will save annoy ance and expense it all who have business at any oanKwuiattenaiotne cannon we now give. As every man's name la on his checks, when he makes his official investigations In Memphis, should lay Information against anyone, etamp your eneexs. 'Broomsedce." who is a planter of experience, sends us nis estimate ot tne cot ton crop as follows. Ue says: "As it may in terest your readers to have a planters esti mate ot tc- zrowinir cron. I give tou mine. and base inv calculations upon the reports of tne na'ionai cotton exenange. n i am wrong, then some one who knows bettermay correct me Tbe crop of 1ST3 was,, 1,170,3S8 bales. 12 per cent, less acreage will be.-. &, 49 per cent, damage In the Mem- puis uistrict, wmcn muse last veur 1.OM.000. ! . 19tXK 16 per cent, decrease in the bou.i.vrn , ovxm ABSOKTEU L10.UOKM, BAR KIXTUltE and Counter. Alw. Htoie. Hoisting AP- I paratns and good Cart, very cheap, for cash. I Leaves for crop of 1S71-5- Appiy atnwmoiuw duuwi. 11S,733 s,65i,e33 RUUU11 Pour or five second-hand and nn new tan bo inrv. very cheap, at ('. H Brackett Co."s stable!. So, 821 Second street. DILLIAKD TABLES Two good seeond- I hand ounard taoien, as gooa aa new. au' dress L. L , this oracc. 'I ha e onlr put the damare in the southern belt on the Galveston. New Orleans. Mobile. Savannah or Norlolk district at lt7a per cent wnne .Mississippi ana Aiauama is reponea at bis per cent., ana texas is reponea at m against 102 last year. No w It those reports are true, mis estimate is not lar irom rigut. RARTLKTT llhSlDEUE AND LOIW-Public sale adleumed to October 2)th: until I mat date offered at private sale. Hee plan at I oar office. TUEZKYANT uu. PEIIS0NAL. FARM Cheap for casn, one of the best farms in bhelby county, 189 acres. Apply io T. w. BROWN, 80 Madison st iMU1NK AND BOILBK Cheap. Inquire of Jl KKAHI.KY. BARTON CO.. No. 210 Front street. KTT.SK PKKK-An A No. 1 letter-piess, i . 10x1 IV. Iron framed, with two urawef, i onuie iwfiT,ion will nTtfn r?ti APPlvat T111K OFFirg! valuable acqulhlUon. Ms. David Philp has returned from a long solourn at Hot tinrinss. He Is verr much Improved in health, and is looking quite weu. Mb. Lu P. Meyers, late of the Ava- tanc?te editorial corps, has accepted a position on the Lcdffer, lo whlcji Journal he will be a OONQ MAN At 20 Main street, a nice voa ne man: mntit unaersiana me dom ing VisNQewt rvcitsi -cucva iqiuiiw, wVW ir III rE tilHL To cook for a small lamliy; T reierencerequimi. Apmyio oelli F. V. HHiiRRlJLL, 26 Front st. rrrRT VITRSr- InnulrR at YY KS POPIaAR ST. Dr. ABTircR K. Taylor, for mauv years one of the leading physicians of Mem phis, will her all or be found t the Hot Springs house, Hot springs. ArsanuiS having become a permanent resident of tbe great cure. MluWlXS Williams, of that excel lent paper the Buraboldt Journal,' Is In the city in ihe Interest of uisivheet, which is one or tbe best advertising mediums in the (State. We commend the Journal to the considera tion of our merchants aud businessmen. Mr. O. H. P. Piper, of this city, and Mies iielle Watte, of West wood, Kentucky, wpre married vebterdar. at the residence ad above, of the brlde'n mother. We congratulate both bride and groom. No gentleman of Mem phis better deserved a good wile than Mr. liner, lie is one of the J ore most of ourwlf made men, one who Is the architect of his own fortune, who, by industry and tact, has placed hlm&eirin an enviable position among our best business men. Ills course m life has been such an commends him to eTery man in tbe city, making for him a host of friends, whose bett wishes he will have outbid the most momentous occaMon of his life, Mrs. Piper has Just grounds to be proud of her bus i navv-nraiv-A j muB mnu i;iniiMcu iv wtm,u i iDcrtwiie, reniHawr wun pnoe me mieentn ri A ADENEIt Inaulre at cor. Uavburn ave- VJT nneana ueorgiaiBt. .x. n muni. roiTNG MEN To learu teleeranhoneratinc X for new railroad unices ; permanent iol- LUini as soon as quaiineu. AuareNs jraoinc ana Atlantic Telegraphjol Main stMemphis dw WHITE WOMAN OB OIRL To do the w ork for a kmall family, at 53 Moby st. CALESMtN Two flrst-ciasH ary goods sales men: no others neea apply; ooa reier- ences required. OC1B S'DIG. 236 Main street. the ISnetlsh Branches. EaceuBKes, and nano. aeartu asuuauon& leacuerur tutor, in ciiy ct counuy. Auorewo ociits xi. ji.. Appeal u m co, lUAT.MAk'EILH-llirtti or lUUT COOd COat j nanas; sieaay woric ana gooa pic, oy C. 1 CXVX M AV,Ail.fl.i , A WUttCtUJ, XV . or October. 1571. The lair daughter of al&ml Iv well and most favorably known to Tennes see, Mrs. Piper will te welcomed to Memphis by us large and influential a circle of Irlends aa that she leaves behind, and will be made to feel that her home here Is a lull equivalent for that wmcu yoieraay ne leu as a cnue. BUSINKfctf-lf you wish to rent, lease, buy vv e are Rrauuea xo learn mat uener orsell any Kixx of property, call at No. I anvilllain Morgan, who occupied areponsi- .. . ji . ff (Vlilr V hlani.lllnnnnl.AnDrat WdthlinTn'mitairltr. rutii HamI RBtaiRnnd lipntal Arent. I ine the war. wnile Uie latter was lnnillltarv occupauou 0 jjtmpui uus i&iiy receive! an important appointment In the treasury department at VVashlngton, at a salary of twenty-tlve hnndreU dollars per annum. General Morgm Is favorably remembered by many of our citizens as a humane and gener ous man, who did many acts of kiadneMto our people wnen they were in distress and pAKTNEH-In wtKdburfnon PreJdent'8 Gfwar. While always true to the require- occ TURaE Aeoodnnrse, AddreM X J. U , HUB ULUCUa PiANOTo bny, lor cah, either the Chick erintr. teinwar or Knabe Piano, which has not oeen In use lor more than twelve months. Address T. 15. A.. oc7 care ci inis omce. THE yiAHfiM EETIXO . The nalUerlncat IheTurner Hall Last Jffgbl-A Slim AUendnnee, bnt Very Nelef . Speech or Colonel A. J, Kellar, Kef lew lag the 5oiolDfft-Tne Old and ibe Tonus Polltlclana. Tbe itonrfldate of tbe JExpoaltlett nr. Miller BeaolnllooaHperebrs of Meter, ltoaaeh, refers and IVjfoniMmlth. The masd-meeting called to Axeinble at Tomer hall, on Ioplar street, last night was anything but a succ k. there not being over sixty persona present. The meeting wa cm an I ted by calling Mr. John Uosber to the chair. He thanked the meeting for the honor conferred, and an nounced that the meeting wan ready for busi ness. Colonel A, J. Kellar being called upon, bald the crowd was evidently quite a setect one, which, being viewed from the ieakerif atand. could not more comport with what he would wish as a crowd. He had come to hear the views of candidates upon subjects affect ing the agriculture, commerce, and other In terest of Memphis. Dissatisfaction reigned from New York to Ban Kranclsco-e ery va riety of industry was deprehbed. Therefore the men to be elected within the next two or three years would be put to the wvert lest that legislator ever knew. The war debt had to be paid. In Mem phis, the mechanic laborer and bublnesi men deelred the Inauguration of measures to lighten their burden. His friends had used nl name tn connection with politic, others, not his friend, had used his nime In connec tion with an Independent parly. He believed In the purity and inUirrltr of no tolltlcai party. It wan urged that the nomine. of the ivxpusiiion were not pieasea to any measure, Hence It was bald they would. If elected, neg lect all measures looking to reform. Hentw nooblectlon to tbe names of cmidU&tee se lected at the Exposition building. Because iney were young, this did not difquaury them. The sooner tbe young men rc put In position and Instructed in the duties of office the better, it had been urged that he made war against me oiu politicians. This was untrue. lie made no war agatn&t anyone. He thought the young men were made prematurely old by the war. The objection mat the men nominated would iznoru ana not vote for measures looking to the welfare of Memphis. This was unfounded, Borne of the men had been in the legislature, and voted rieht on the fundlnir-blll.HS well as other questions. They once voted rUht ; heuoe the presumption U they will vote right again. It was said tbe noiinees would not take up measures of reform, lie saw no reason wny they bhonld not seek reform, if elected. He was mora gratified by tbe complimentary vote given him as a candidate for ihe State senate than If he had received the nomination. Oth ers urged tbe abolition of a chancery court ana a curtailment 01 criminal court expenses. lie wouia not meaze nimseu to inis 11 a can- and the people wanted R. A to the United mates senator, he thought tbe question could be settled by the citizens voting for A. John ton. Governor Urown. or any other man. He would give .Casey Young his earnest suDDOrt, in hie contest for con greaa. Aa to the efforts made to create the belief that the reform movement was to detract irom Mr. loune's cnance?, were the result ol some who wanted to increase ilazbour Lewis's power, and on the other hand, bv Kome who exnected to share the lo cal spoils. There woutd be no objection to me legislative candidates nominatea at tne Exposition as resnecU all Questions aflectlnz the interests of every class of cltizea. The men must oe tnea ; oecause tney are not emi nent, is no reason ther are incapable of office. He preferred theee men to tbe relonn ring of conon noiaers. ne uesirea 10 bee 1110 iueii nominated at the Exposition elected. He was in sympathy with and would support ine nominees 01 me convention neiu mine Exposition bail dine. Mr. William Miner olTered the folio wine reeoiutlons. wnlch were unanimously adopted: JZesolved. That we Indorse the If elslallve ticket nominated in the Exposition building Heptember 15tb, and recommend to all that they give It a cordial support. a k isit. u. Altai wo m;uwiucuu uiok ma pie vote for their choice for United States Biaies senator, ana mat tne ucaei oe pre pared with a blank space for United States senator, to be filled up and voted by all who aesire 10 ao so on tne aay 01 election. Metoiva, That tno uerman-American citi zena Indorse John A. Itousb, and approve bis nominauou, oeueving mat ne win maae an emcientmemDeroi tne legislature. Mil. JOHN ROUBH being called on, said he was gratified for more than one reason by the rebOlui Ions Just paed; more especially as it had been said he was not a representative of the worklngmen. He was a representative of the worklngmen. He was inunceu 10 oecome a canaiaaie hi uie .solicita tion of his friends. He was called eut by a Uerman tax-payer, and accepted the call in ine 101 to wing cam puDitsnea in response: Editor Avalanche In reply to German Taxpayer," and various other bo- iieitaiions, you win piea.se say to my menus that I shall submit my name to tbe conven tion, on the fifteenthas a candidate for the lpcislature. pledzlng mytelf to abide by and support Its nominees cordially and cheerful ly. My principles are too well known to the people 01 nneiuy couniy to say more man 10 reiterate my adherence to tbe platform of tbe Democratic and Conservative party. If nom inated ana elect eu. 1 snail use my ixsi en deavors to procure the passage of a mechan ics Hen law, and, by every means, protect the mechanic and laborer against tbe competi tion of convict Jabor. 1 am in favor of as low taxation as mav be consistent with an economical administration of our financial aCairs. and to invite immigration, and revive me ueuer uays,wnen me iruwei ana nam me r were nearu on every street, ana prosperity was the rule rather than the exception. Thankful for the cordial support always giv en me by the people or Memphis and Bhelby uountv.I shall strive to merit their an proba tion by an honest and faithful discharge of my auiyastneir repreMenxauvp.il nominal ea. UUlallUli JVU.l a.a lkUUQll This platform of his wan based upon the GEMF.R.4X, COCA'OtX. Tbe Brown ftnlu lhe Hxpoeilfon Contented Bond a Taxeo and Sew Ntreet Tbe Clly lpotlo rlea Pavesneuts, JKte. P.MITCmELU V9 Maihon street. 1 MtUKKHKOK 11 KL.t--lloaRe keepers, oooks, uurm auu vuiuuuciniuuoi wi v-tt-j ui country, at is Jefferson Htreet.TllUMAB Mo (. Alliui o oniy intelligence unice. he-o SITUATION in a wholesale or retail gro cery: ten sears experience la this city; best i reierencea given. AKKli ANI CONFECTIONEK A good bread and cake baker; Also, a good con- Itctlouer. JOllT if. KiCAKlU wi., Be 4 4iv Auainj-ueeu ments of duty to that government, under wnoenatc neneia commana. ret nenaua heart to feel lor the sutferlog and theunfor- lunaie wnen unaer me iron iieei 01 ine on laueror. unlike many others who held com ! in an a in ine reuerai amy, ana wuo setmeu to think their mission was one of cruelty and I oppression. General Morgan tried to solteu uie narasDic &ua asranues 01 war ov clem ency and kiadness to tbe conquered. We say this ava simple act of Justice to a generous soldier. Many in this community who ex- penenceu ni KiDaness una generosity, win nan witn pleasure tne news 01 nis promotion, CUBE A wet nurse to go el km teen miles in the country, on Mississippi and Ten- I eAAee railroad. Hood wrzw gi -n Inquire of I J. r uuwui ci luh aw r ront streeu LAW REPORTS. nnNO mrn-Th learn teiecraoh operat- ine fnr new rallroao and commercial of fices Permanent potftlon soon as quail- fled. AddresH facincana Aiianucreiegrapn, Box 5 Mempn,Tenn. w rimt Clitucerv Conrt-lt. J Moixan, inanreiior. Court me eta at ten o'clock. The cases set specially for yesterday will bit taken up this morning, alter whlen the following cal ender will be called: 1173, Eownnstcin vs Ashe; 1174 Wataon vs Ersklue; 1117, Hull vs w ran 1 1 v nrirman th iikutti: i ia.t iui i vs vimoeriy;ii5i, Leon vs ijewi; jim, new- ion vs .ewioo; iiuo, vauira vs vtaiurao 11K9. Boone vs Richmond: HK)i3elbv vs Ualev 11W, Harvey va Iltli; llM, Foster vsCarr; 113, Wll.lamion vsFllppln; 1191, Griffin vs liich raond ; 11 W, Johnson va Park; US, Griffith vs Lewis: latfti. Just is Erich: 1201. Lundvva Talie;JBeverson vsaLason;iJti wrigntvn V A" AAA'S A AAA J atsa HA' a, m w.u. w . v a v- a 1 f Al , laAAP. V ait B A (11liU, ASASts, .UtKUCU HV, 31 Washington at. Awningv of all styles I cjaidwdl; 1W7, Paul va Bmlth; UsJ, Otis v ENTAL AND SALE Or FiCE, 2oO Main St. ; , rvcAlvtBiidilDSaCecDted: bouseeand lota for .talc and rent; houses wan ted; tenants wanted ; promptness ana naeuiy gaantmtsu. aalf W. A. WHEATLEY. ELL-HOIUNU Wells to bore with the If M.th xat'tntanirer: also, to sell the rlaht jor FarettA md II av wood counties. Leave oraers ai Aauer a pinning mm, uu " irANTKD IfOUK ATTENTIOaN to the ft MbMPiliM AW aN IaNVj AIaVJN UJ'ALiV- maiiA u nrder. ii.bln6t work and Furniture made and repaired, re-nphoLstered, varnished, Ed packed lor smpmeuu uarpeu laaenup. eieaueaanj reiaia auworscuivuiur huuuc- lltrtrtvi rroi rnmw. h. KinTKMtKiui eifiis in BRICK DWELLING With 4 rooms. Apply teCC. Ward A BroM21iS Main street. m-KS KJSNTEHei, ATTKNTUM-Call ilonday lo see fresh houses. Also, cottages fur sale cBur. W. A. WIIKATLKY, -JH0 Main. TOUEHOUnics 124 and 125 lieale street. O sdltahle lar resMence above. Also, tbe DWKLLJNU, Ho. H Exchange st. extendrd. A 141 y at toot ot Washington street to ieS . U COCHRAN. tTUllE l"wo desirable stores, 'os. 4i and 41 O lieale street. App r u 4 KP.PIEECE,nextdoor. HOrKIi uwlng to ' he death ot the late pro prietors, the Mansion House, Columbus, Ky, la ottered for rent upon reasonable terms, nnd part of furniture for sale. Apply to set li M. WALKt.lt, Columbus. Ky. T01tB Prom Uetober 1st, Main street, torn S aid, now used by John Lilly. ,ej w. A. WHEAT LLt.2)fl Vain su nxtort. set iWikUiuhim-xI! Meeond street. and inmllnre lor sale. rMJWLKlt 210MEBTKAD Comer Onion V street and . Marshall avenue, with out nocses. i4Abltit, Cower and vegetable gardens idaloo front jard, for one year, or a Srm of years. W a desirable tenant. Apply an2 Sa Madison street. . ....T. .ja irmnt .1 r-t Ami. Honthern Ll'e lerorance Co. OOMH Cool and pleasant ftirnlahed irootns """ 4 rtnTv tit SjiDKMai-A splendid suburban place ; lae lwse7louf acres of ground, plcniy shiaSiriutrcto. ltent very low. . lyW J. W. VEitWUJI. m Main ww. i .1 ". . 1 . a t li v ft-U1 "Cli. 5 Jtewlth aaiuie modern Improve; njeVStatBe l'iauters Insurance balidloS; 5oZ and 41 Madison streeU Apply at office I'lasHei i BMirance Oompacy. 1J ?&y towstj KM- ? taurant, ro. 7 Jcffer eVfawl two , in tjhtr TWO EDITHS Lincoln; 1.10, Venable vs Carpenter; 1211 Mabry vs Jlabrr; J2i Parker vs Ellas: 1Z14 Winn vn Everlltb; IZie, Roencher -va Cohen; 1217, Harrison va Itran; Ills, -mlih vs Ulclts: 121S. Ralstheme Italatberne: 1220. lforrl.au vs Horrlaan 1221. Itainheart vs Franklin InsnrancetVim, lmny : l":, tiitsweii vs raint: izza, men vs (iautt; ljyfi, 8eaom va hrwjm;L31, MlUerva rranaun insnntnce uomau , i-i. i.noate vs evIUs- lias, uaroert va Iran: vai, l'igeon Hrnmt and T. T. ltoad Company va 2onconnah Tnmtilke tomrtanv: 121s. Wedcewood vs JLI. liott; lSQ, tteat s i etuti i. aiyiuuiianu vs Pox: 13SS. Garvin vs Itlce; ISlWt, narvln vs lUce: HMD. Ashe vh Vhlte: i:tu. I Kievitis. hmlth n I Second Inancerr Court Walker Chan eeil.r. Court bas adlourncJ until to-uiorrow, I The calendar will appear to-morrow morning. First Circuit Conrt Ilelskell, Jndge. Tbe c&&e on Tuesday's calendar con. istituteto-uay catenuar. DAILY AND WEEKLY .,- i IvlUevs Uoyle, administrator; 4052, sam TkePaporsforthoPcopIe Mh0ee;feooa.BApr;. TEU.HN Weekly. Weekly (for Clubs of live or nK)re) UsllyrHlx paper.)- I CO .MOO Creditor's Notice. No. 17, n. D -In the Probate Court of Shelby Owntr.Teunesw. A. Connrtl et al vs. S. P. Walker, Jr., and Jonn . Walker, execu tors et al. Wheteaa.Oa the 27 th day of August, 1871. complainant, on behair of tfcemaelveif and all other creditorsof Hsmuel P. Walker, de ceased, filed their bill In this conrt and ask Ilr Jiuiaicauun, jur ail cimiuin w cumB ton iterl.mll.llnni, i7-l 1 1 . ,, . ,.i SSft.!.?!?. thImW',T"' mM" P"t,M' prove lhVlSIloline.4 Co. vs Eader & Mellereu, It la liiernrnre ordered, that all iwtum havlDgclaimagairutaiu estate make their Ws take pleasure in Informlne thoee appearance net. In, at the i courthouse of the ladles who have own waiting forour-lm. Probate Court, in Memphis, Tenn on or I e- ported" embroideries that they Vere received L0.1?? P, tfoay m October nex , ex- and "pwsed" through the customhouse ycs-i till.lt thd. .(aim. ,,n,.. .nrf n.1 1. 1 1 . 1 1.. , -. ..... j , . , , , , . . " . .' 7 .: . i iiuj, u-tjn me mu m uioijiu om.ang fim. LMin1tnp li 1 nr the. vlll h. rr.i.p ... . t. , .,. HfMnd Clrcnlt sJonrt llalacy, Jada;c. Tbla court stands adjourned until Fri day, the tlxleenlh instant, at ten o'clock. The following, case0 constitute the calendar for mat aay: o. dtu, ADie d. liacnman va Lacy k llacbman; a4, La ngan va Grant; ;8, Homer vllle vs uoyle, administrator; 4052, same vs I tl. 11 ill s 1 eane bwayne: 4139. lilcklnson & Co. vs Moorej.t Co.: 116S. Martin 4: Co. vs 11 cm nh In and Arkansas river packet company; 41 S3, Wamer V. K In.dnn CII HimmivI v. Ralnl.h, 4SS4, Carbery A Casey vs Kin g on; 4Z3, same vwaame; 4215, Moflttt et al va monds: 4319, Paneel vi iloswell A llall : 4TI. Tavlor. Jar A Go. vs Anderson, administrator; 7u, Davis m Canada; ist!, Uatent va Uayden & Co., 4!K, Ityan vsMempblsand at. Louis packet com pany: tiw. tjoi. vs issuer Aieiieran: txi. Cole vs Zent; 12U2. Bent vscltvof MeninhUi OS, SeLoach et al va Ualllvan et al. w,l, Ue Loacb va M'Connell et al; 4101, Ii oach vs Cox: 4291, De Loach vs A verr: t7 UeLoach va Union; UOI, UeLoach vs Houthern oil works; ,.,w.iiwuiiiii c.i, ..u, Aiexaoaer, Utrman & Co. vs Plrst national bank or Mem phis; 71. Toof vs Eader t Mdllerah; iSi, same acoordlng lo law, or they will be forever Darreatr.uinaiacopyox tniaoroer De pnb ilcbed once a wee , for four sueoeaalve weeks, lutheMemrti Tali Armeal. This. Annm w nfrawi JAMES Itltll.I.r. Mark. B. Qullen.T). C. naeraon, soia ter oomplts, lu read for their inspection. B. LOWEWBTEiy 4 BKOB. 6ebd Wheat and Bre at 533 Halo street. JAft EDITOy CO. Clocks, spectacles, opera-glaiiseg at the Jet Palaoe! reduced. broad platform I of the Democratic parly. Hlnce he had come here be had tried to build nnMemnhls.andb.ehad identified his Inter ests with her fortunes. The revival of tbe Democratic party he tboueht tbe only means ot national salvation. If the ticket was to be elected, every man must do his duty; for no one conld be a good Democrat unless he did. lie reierreo. to me ueptoraoie conuiuon oi Louisiana and South Carolina ai the work of Kadlcal rule, and wondered often why the people of this country would longer submit to tbe persecution and oppressions of the Kadl cal party. 2No people in the world ever suf fered or endured a much. Tbe people of the south were brave and honorable. He had been a Union roldlcr; he bad foneht for tbe freedom or tbe negroes, as It turned out. but he never be lieved and would never believe the negro his aoclal .equal. The Kadlcs! endeavored to make the negro superior to tbe white men. The iieero had remedies of redreas at law, which the white man did not have. He had been raised a worklimtnan. The noblest work of Uodwasthe workingiiian he 1, the only man who builds up the count. y. Yet, labor and capital niuat go together. When elected ne wouia enueavor to reconcile ana narmo lze the elements of labor and capital, which sre mntuaUv deDendent unon each other. Tbelr contest would result In no good to the country, lie denied the charge that he was not a worklngman. lie was a worklngman. ue uenieu tne onarge mat ne iavored convict labor, lor he did not with convict labor to come in contact with his and the labor of other honest men. Many questions of local Interest might be raised and asked. All he had to say was, if elected, he would legislate for the beat Interest of the people. The election of the independent ticket would be lo put tlte lladicals in power. Try the Democrats one time nothing worse than the rule of Radicalism could befall the public Be thanked the audience for their attention, and said he would be ftad to ex press his views. PEYTON J.SMITH. The Democratic nominee for senatorial floater was uext called npon. He said be had closed up his business to champion the cause of the people who were most Interested lu the welfare of the county. He had not ex pected to make a speech, but merely to return his thanks for the very sincere and general manifestation ot appreciation of the audience. He bad left home prepared to meet the euemv at every point, and not to return home uutll tbe contest was over. He expected to recog nise tbe enemy under every disgulse.wheiher such be Barbour Lewis and the Republicans, or a uiua scueino ui a icw tusTontents wno were cot represented in the convention at the Exposition, and who did not wish the success ol the Democratic party. He heard that a great many questions would be put to tbe canaiaaies. nome oi tne canuiaate he presumed, related to local airairs of Mem phis. If elected, he would be prepared tn aid and assist in tbe passage of all reformatory taws nuiuu iuiubuj ujn nwuui sueiDV county and the whole country. As to the United States senator he bad nothing now to aav.Axcent that he would not vote fnr lit. Judge Lewi, or the Horaco Maynard kind of man, lilt. G. 11. PETERS, Another nominee ol the Democratic ennven tlou, made a short speech. In which he said the Bartlett platform and the measures adopted by the gubernatorial convenuon al Naanville were liberal enough for all to stand on who opposed Radicalism and had the pond of the country at heart. All men whether called Democrats itartieit-resoiuuon men or tYinaervallves were invneu toaaslstln thl. movement for the good and the prosperity of the country. Tnla was a critical moment. when all orancues oi prosperity, trade and commerce were uciireaeu ana paralyzed, A large ctate ueui anu maiAamrn- lstration or the city government rendered a levy ot six cents necessary. The rwonle of Khelby county needed reform, if ever a people did need reform. The question as to the proper measures of reform was being asked. He could only speak in general terms. First, to reduce tbe annual state expenses of clgnt nunarea tiiousanu uouars one-uair, (second. reduction of criminal prosecution ex penses ot three hundred thousand dollars per annum oy one-uaii. tuiiu, luhi. uie couniy reCCITCIlCllcui.lui nu.a n.jv. j wi.i , tJi ,u. stance, the payment or Jury fees In civil ca-. The clUcens who have no Interest in the suit have to pay the jury lees. It was untrue that such a change would conflict with the con stltutlou or the United Btatea. There was a guaranteed ngm oi trial oyjury, wmcn no tinneti womti remain torever invioiaie. urn rttif not wish the reform to Interfere with this. But he wanted cost bonds to be given In civil salts for Jury fees, etc This would save lo hheioy county atone twcntyuve tnousana dollars. Fourth, he would attack tbe unjust, the lniquiton, and oppressive asaesEnieni mil. wmcn, in its application In the coanty of Shelby, rreatM twentvteven men to assess the moD- erty. He would also Insist upon Rome law macingreM estate a neuer security lor loan ing monev. There were other rtfurms which he might mention, but time did not permit. ll a man went w uie legislature ueiermineu lo act rlehtly. he could confer a blessing upon every man, woman and child in chelby coun ty. If proper laws were passed, Memphis would become tbe great metropolis of the cities in existence. At a more opportune time ne would eiaDoraui upon eacn oi ine subjects mentioned. If elected, he would work with aeal and fidelity for the best Interests of the country. Acijourutu, BOAKIt Ol' ALUKKHEIV. Tbe board met in adjourned session. President Bobbins presiding, and present at roll-call Aldermen 1) wyer. Metcalf. slalatenta, Clcalla, Illllsman, White, and Colllgan. UNFINISHED BUSINESS. The board entertained a mats of bcslues. from the lower board, whose action was con curred in. The petition of Mr. Loudon In reference to tbe paving of Washington street, referred to hpeclaljoial committee, concurred in, and Aldermen White and Metcalf appointed from tbeboard. NEW BUSINESS. The accounts or J. J. Sears for 105, and S. J. M'Dowell lor lor assistance rendered the city-attorney, were allowed. A communication from the city-attorney, lnoloslng correspondence from the attorneys li Washington representing m, city in the Biown nandamxu lawsuits, reminding tbe city or Memphis that a retainer's fee was wanting as a little encouragement In the premises. City-Attorney Uanaou was Invited lo and ex plained how the matter stood, and upon mo tion of Alderman Dwyer, the whole matter was referred to the mayor, city-attorney and Alderman Metcalf. The demand of Thomas Branch that the city levy n tax to satisfy a certain Judgment in his favor against the city, was referred to the finance committee. The Joint special committee appointed for the purpose of Investigating the bids for fur nishing the city with coal, reported that all the bids received were too hlgb, and recom mend that a con tract bo closed with Brown A Jones at eighty cents per barrel. In such quan tities as were Deeded. Adopted. i Alderman Metcalf offered a resolution that a sufficient number of hacks be employed to accommodate uie clly government in tne pro cession on tbe occasion of tbe opening of the ExposlUon to-day. Adopted. Alderman Mala testa offered a resolution that the mayor be Instructed to invite a proposi tion from the holders of tbe contested bonds of the city as to the terms upon which they would be willing to surrender the bonds they hold, and accept in lieu thereof a new aeries ot vaiia oonas, to ne issued oy tne city, ana that he report as soon as practicable the re sult of the correspondence to the general HIUUCU. AUOPieUr Alderman White presented a petition from Joseph I. Andrews, asking that the assess ment on the Commercial hotel property be placed at one hundred and eleven thousand doUars Instead of one hundred and thirty-five thouwaad dollars. Referred to the special committee on assessments. Alderman Colllgan presented a resolution instructing the citv engineer to have Main street repaired oy ttie cnitin-gang irom aoum to ueorsia. Aaonteu. A resolution offered by Alderman White was passed, instractlmr the citv ensineer to employ tne cuaiu-gang in repairing tne terry lanuingai tne loot oi Aaams street. MISCELLANEOUS. A resolution instructing the elty engineer to lay plank sidewalks on an alley, passed by tbe council, was tabled by the board. The petition to have Lee street opened from Calhoun to Ueoi gla, at a cost of four hundred and forlv-five dollars, c ranted bv the coun cil, was non-concurred in by a tie-vote tbe vote being taken on tbe ayes and noes, as fol lows: Ayes Jiaiatefcia, wicaiia, niiisman, and Colllgan: noes Dwyer, Metcalf, and Chairman Bobbins. Tbe resolutions aulhorizlne certain Im provements on Calhoun and Linden streets, odODted bv the council, were referred t tne lmorovement committee bv the hoard of &1- uermen. Adjourned to Thursdav evenlnz at seven n'.lMV Tin: roaaox couxcil Met penwant to adjournment la it night at seven o'clock. Present. Chairman Hewitt. Messrs. Mortl. Moon. Paa-e. BmIrt. Cochran, Bailnds, Unnt, Hapoek, Harvey, Thomas. Clouston. Stemkuhl, Keck, Tuther, Camp, Chase, Walsh and Kelly. The petitions of John Spellman, H. Louden, i . v.. nonets, oeymour uriggs, were grantea. The ordinance to make the flermnn VnMnn. al and Union and Planters' hanks depositories ui uiviiiuusiu uieciiy, was pafseu overtlie veto oi flavor ijoozue ur a vote or sixteen to three. X resolution nnune the mavor to ralsm money and pay the city employees, was wiujium, J he ordinance from the board of aldermen lelatlng to Junk-dealers was passed on its iiiiiu wiu 2jDm reaamg. 1 tie nelillon of M. Pvnu. ftskinp- thA nrlvl. lege to establish a meat and supply ttore on ma iiaauuHi, wai 11UU oil Lite IMUie. The special committee annotated In e-rntn. Ine the stone paving on Washington street, from Main to Front, report the work as well done, and recommended that it be received ana tne m syor make settlement with the con tractor. The board ad.mted Ihe renort. A large amount of miscellaneous matter from the board of aldermen was reaelveil. and uicuticuuu cuucurreu in. Adjourned to xnurmay night next. DIUECT IMPOnrATIOJf. THE COCXTY COCItT. KeaolntloB on lite Denlh of bqnlre HIeeklex Accounts Allowed Rental of t'onrthnuae Office. TWENTY CA8ES EMBROIDERIES lMrcfllfram NI. Hull. Switzerland, (Ex. Steamship 'Selecia")'; ,t Ju3t,ReceIrfd? , II. LUWESSTKIA HKOK. IIOW THEY DO ir. Some persons can't be convinced that some things can be done as well aa others, un less they have demonstrative experience, and seme ot that class do not understand how uovernor uramiette manages to supply the great demand now made on his office for tick ets for tbe next and lost Gift Concert of the PabllC Library of Kentnckv. The concert comes of November SOth, and there will be distributed two million live hundred thou sand dollars to the ticket-holders; therefore mere is no wonder the rush for tickets is un exampled, yet everything is so beautifully and systematically managed that every order la being filled almost as ranldly as it comes in. or full Information apply to G. H. Samuel, . v. v , uv vajut. street. GRAND nromennde eonpprt on Frlilav ccuiuNbiui Apposition. Tbe county court, with Chairman Holeman nresldlnr. met at ten o'clock yester day morning. A large number of accounts were acted upou. anu minor matters oi no public interest transacted. IN MfiMORItTM. The court adoptca the following resolutions of the committee in respect to the late Justice Bleckley: Ts the Worshipful County Conrt: Your committee ti whom was assigned the melancholy duty of reporting to this court resolutions touching the deatn of the late T. C Bleckley, Eaq submit the following : WifXRHAB, Death has removed from our midst the late Thomas O. Bleckley, Km.., an esteemed and valuable member of this court, in the bosom of his own home, surrounded by his family and friends, he peacefully and hooefull v breathed his last on the sixth In stant, lull of years, lull of honors, and foil or mat connaence oi nis ienow-men, inspired by a long Hue or weighty obligations Inlly discharged, and onerous duties r.ttbfully per formed. A merciful Providence had granted him well.ntgn the full measure of turee-ecore-and-ten, allotted as the period of tho exist ence of man. To him they were years of use fulness and honor. Many of them were years too marked by trials anu sacrifices, in early life bis struggles with the world were flUed by those twin jailers of the daring mind, humb.e birth and iron fortune; but by the constant exercise of those noble en dowments of Industry, integrity and high resolve, which ever animated and embellished, his character, he rose above the pitiless waves of adversity, and won an enviable place la society. In official position, and tn thu hearts of his countrymen. In the walks of private life, he was tree from affecta tion; he was tender, upright and true. A Christian gentleness and a confiding faith in tne integrity oi otuers were toncningiy ex hibited in a thousand acta. That "cnarliy which bellevetli ail things, braveth all things, which suffereth long and is kind," rareiy, if ever, found a more beautiful exemplar than in the life of him whom we now lament. In fldelltr to his friends, fldelltv to truth anil Justice, he was conspicuous throughout ln long ana evonuuiiiie. r or nearly atmru or a century be was a public servantof this coun ty, hoidi ng Important and official trusts, and In the discharge or the varied duties which they imposed as a Justice of the peace, as a member of this court, and its presidlcj officer, he was prompt, couileous,cousclenllous and capable. Upon his long and checkered private life. there rests not a stain; no blot dims Its purity, no blemish mars lta beauty, whilst upon Ills useiui anu exieuueu career mere wtewiso haugs not a single shadow. He was Indeed a man or many virtues and but few faults. Kind hearts will treasure up the memory of tbe former, and th, recollections of his gener ous deeds will throw the mantle of oblivion over the latter; and whereas, U is fit wheu an old public servant passes away, leaving be hind him a life rendered bright with duUea well performed and marked by every public virtue, that An enduring memorial should bear witness thereto, as an act ot iustice to tbe departed, and also to show In what eatcem the deeds of the Good, the true and the lalttilul are held. In order that others may be encour aged to imitate tneir examples; therefore, be It RenolietL, That In the death of Thomas C. Bleckley, Esq., society loses one of Its Imai members, this conrt one of Its wisest coansl lore, and the pubUoa tried, upright and faith ful servant. Jteiolved. That this testimonial be suread nn- on the minutes of this eourt, to perpetuate tne memory oi tnose private una paolic vir. tues that adorned his long and useful career Jteteivea, Tnat we tenner to his bereaved widow assurances of oar condolence and heartftlt svmpalhv.and that the clerk of thla court furnish her a copy of these resolutions. nespectimiy suumittea, It. IRBY. II. T. JONES, TOM HOLEMAN, Committee. An order to rent the stores under tbe Over ton hotel building, courthouse, for two vearv. was reierreu. Adlonrned to nine o'clock this morning. JCEFOltH. Eight I'olola livery IVay Worthy of .'uslderailou Economy Its Oft re n Saving fa the Tnaiary, KES1DE5CE POlt JIEXT. Two-silory frame, veryconTCulentaial Iralrnble local ton. Streetcars psssltss In front. Lstrtos prompttrnnot. Asa ply a, o. noLLr.3Bi:nti, ' S9I Slnln slreel. AJIU8EHENTS. Tbe Theater. .Last nteht, Jictoheaor. with Mr. Cfa9. rope in the title role was produced to a small uut quite appreciative auuience. wsi nig at 2a.T. 'ove aitainea cue cama excellence in iuu perrauHtton of Belpbegor" a has character ized his effort in othercitles. The support was Eood. and the nlav n roved bnth agreeable And most Interest! dk thrsushout Its entire plot. We regret that the attendance was not Janzer: for Mr. Fore is a eood artist, fnllr de serving the in oft t liberal patronage of our best luizeus. Mupneffor win oe preoentea ajrain to-night, and to-morrow evening Mr. Popo will take a benefit, which, we hone, will draw a full house. Keserved seats for all evening enienainmenw can oe naa at tne rneaier box-office, from ten to four oTcIoclr. and at the I'eabody hotel clsar-stand. from twelve to six o ciock. xnere wiu oe a xnaunee saturuav afternoon. Mb. WILI.IA3X H. Wooldkidoe. one of the most popular and esteemed young gent - lemea oi Auempnis, nasaccepiea a biiuauaii In the new cloth Ins house iu&t opened by Jul ius Behr& Co.. "o. 20 Main street. coro-r of jeuerHon. wr. wooianuga wiu uiw&yn oe glad to see his numerous friends, and all tho4o who wish to purchase stylish and excellent goods atlhe lowest possible rates. Ills house uasone ot ine iuqm extensive, siocks ever urouKUi to AUemDhia. besides au excellent as- rorttoent of men's, youths and bova' clothing, from the business suit to the flnest quality manufactured.' Hook&LaGbill's celebrated Eureka roof-coating, the cheapen; and best In ue, IST o. Second street. nstrons to the exposition: . Do not fall to call at nlrOWCXSTEIM A 11 KG. TO-DAY ! r You will find eoods much lower there than at any other house in tht: city. Go and tiy. A fdll aaaortmerit and rich stock of wjlldgold Jewelry at the Jet Palace. Prices www uimi ever. FSESH OYSTERS ASD FISH. Vreeb budpIIou of these luxuries re ceived dally per express by J. A. mgnalxo. '-TH Second street. If tou want a hydrant, streeUWoaher, or plumbing of any kind, you can get Hat Browne's, 16 Jefferson street, where yon are sure to be suited in style and price. Attend Pobertnon'a BaalnefH College, Grand cromenatle concert on Friday evening at the Exposition. The most elegant stock of black gar net goods Jnst received at the Jet Palace. Grand promenade concert on Friday ciroiug at uiv xpueiuuu. Fleikhmanks & Co.'s comDrested Jcwi, io. uv arucie outfrea in me marseu 'or sale by all grocers. Ark lor directlonf. BuitFOED Ytlt Powdew bare been usee for tws yean br U best peopia in item pals. L'Xtt, klnSie t CO. NjiTb8 lwtkjitfltieous cure for MMrVlsa. Oeo. W. Jones A Co., keep It. SE.V GOODS I XKlViOOODS ! "s Just received, etc., TAYLOKj jor A co.a. 312 Main street, opposite Peabody hotel. TT ANTED. OtiP i a.Trv-fl no1 luUor oW.nt. twanrsr. four feet louz and about forty inches in di ameter, witn nont ana grate oars ana steam' Pipe. A first-class second-hand article desired Apply to Hill. Fontaine A Co., StiOandSg; trout street, this day only. There is inquiry for mess pork.whlch is hard to Hod; for the Information of our readers we state that the only lot In the city Is at the store of listen, Fixer S.Co Noa. 11 and i-i L'nion street Horrible Murder, unparalleled in the annals of history l Grant t-xcectea to Ik. sue n procitunHuoni ine jtming oi tne Dig as well as his Avalanche house. 23 JcfrflTsori near Alain street, where numerous hands are busy tilling. The big fats opened rresh to families at ten cents per dozen forty centa per can Jour dollan per barrel, baloon prices wnu uiiiiiuiusst vHcuiyuve ceniH. stewea or raw: at KxDO&lLlon hnlldtno'. prtm rf One thousand barrels for sale at four dollars per barrel. Three thousand cans at forty cents- Big fat. JOSEPH FARRKLL. v?.-A.man mat cant wait over aawdustd uoq i waniv nis iraue. Grand promenade concert on Fridav MIL1TAHY ORDERS, Headquarters Chickasaw UuAnos,) Msaruis, Octooer 15,1871. f G en era! Ord er Ko. . j X, Thia command -will assemble nrtimntly at nine o'clock, to-dav in th. dmu neretoioreuirecteu;, in iront oi me t'lanters Insurance building on Madison street, to loin in thepnbllo parade of the day. II. The arms and accoutrements must be In perfect order for Inspection before the parade. aUUCin 1. 1 llUraUAS, captain comd'g. IMCUAItD Wicht, O.8. RUM FORD Yfiast Powders arn thn cheapest yeast powders, being foil weight and uuitui, rinniiW good. FACTS iVOKTH KSOWIKG. Ourlnir a recent trial or comtiarLmn of ordinary baking powders in New York, ..luiAiwcj. ivw, ruwuriF, itwasinown ccnclnslveiy that better results were attained with from one-half to two-thirtla tha nnanti. ly of the latter, tban with any other in mar ket. Th. secret of the success lies In th care with which Coiley's Yeast Powder 1, pre- 8 I .red, and lis entire freedom from substance 'Si or. Injurious to the systam. w cliall.nae comnarlaon at inr and all tl.-nen. Tbe verdlot of tho oonsumcr Is always u uuriHToii rorssivuy auismcers, The First Baotlst church la eniovinc n very interesUng revival meeting at present. Rev. O. W. Orlflln, V. D., will preach this evenlngat half-past seven o'clock. Prayer meeting at tea o'clock In the rotenoon. If you want the beet and cheapest baby carriage, go to Wheeler, Pickens A Co., S and 330 Wain street. Editobs AppEAJ-ehall we have It? It seems that tbe people ot Tennessee have made up tbelr minus to have a constitutional convention, and verily It 1, needed. This seems lube the great desire of the masses. First - A lour-years term of service for all officers of Ktale and county; election on the day ot the 1'reelilentlal election. becond No one rr-elialble to the same office until the Intervention of another four-years term. Third The abolition of Juries at the public eosth ail civil uLs. Fourth 'ihe abolition of the offices of county trustee and couniy tax-collector; let tbo constables ooTieet lite taxes In tllelr re spective civil districts. Fifth Let a.l cosen of misdemeanor, petty tare en v. trearta. and varronev be nut exclu sively utder the Jurisdiction of theJusUces of ma peace, witn ran power io commit convict under tbeee laws to the workhouse, to be erected by each county, until said con7lcU shall earn enough by labor to pay first, the Cue, If any; second, the Justice a court costs; thlrJ, the price of goods stolenif they cannot be restored; and fourthly, their board while imprisoned. Sixth Let the county court at Its January term annually eiect a comml-sloner who shall take charge of tbe workhouse and in mates, bald coiuini.loner shall give a bond, with approved security, lor the lalthful col lection and iiaylug over of the money col lected by him to those lawfully entitled to the same. t.ach county court shall give to such commissioner a fair compensation for his servlcea. seventh The clerk of every court In this htate shall say al. la excess of five thousand Joltars that may come Into his hands as fees Into t-e county treasury, Elabtb the Stat., n.r any coanty, nor city or town laeieiu, shall lend its credit to any railroad or other prlvHteswrporatiori. ill. COXO. Don't fall to go one day at least to tbe 'i ipton county lair, on tne ism, letn ana itn A oomplkte new and elegant line Window Shade Ju-tt received, and or sale cheap by Hook Jt LaUrlll, 8) Second at: eet. Calcimini.no and Honee Palntine executea neat, quick, cneap anu uuraDie. urn a ijiijkj iii ,xas 'seoouu street. Tiptox is the outv couatv outside of sueioy w uica uojus a lair tnu rait- uo to it everybody. COKI, 00EE, COKE. lay in ooke wbllp it is obenn. For ale by ail tb coal dealers and the gas com Flowbbs. in BpIenOlil display, at J.vo. M'Lauohlik & Bro.. dealers in choice family aroeerlee, best Kentucky 11- nuim; arso irecn raostea or grouna coiiee, nave remavea to M. am 3,ain sireet, wnere they will b-? pleased to we all their oM cus lomeiv, and as many new ones as will favor tucui witn iueurjrs)musgM. Tipton onunty fair at Covington, the present tetmlous of the Memohlsnnd Padn- i uh railroad, on tbe I5tb, IBth, a.d 17th of cc toner. Thu cheapest and best Steam Dyeing and CLKAixa House in the elty is at :id He- oano atreet. UAJN-SO & WALKEK. Plain ami decorative paper banging?, latest designs, endless variety, at popular HOOK & LAG RILL, J56 Second street. LIUBRIE BROTHIRs! GREAT SUCCESS OF OUR POPULAR PLAN, TEN PI CUT. ABOVE COST! LARGEST ASSORTMENT IH THE CITY ! HEAT jOECOrLiIHE IN AM. GOODl. MILLINERY GOOD: MI-m.' and Ladles' Hats. r renrn i- eit uata.. Velvet Hats and Bonnets, flat Frames, all anapei. Deaaic acea Headed TTImmlnp Frtngea, Gimps and Flowers, Ostrich fmm- Ostrich Tips Wings Or ale, 75c. roc, TV 6ue,76e, l. Be! JXk, ae, We, 60c. 10c, IV, Kc a, n, ti x. e. SOc, 7c. Kc, lee. ADOniOMAii HI van , ui.va. AT IBLXaBAPII. Xrw ouxcahs, October 11. Weather clear rdeaaant. Arrived: John 11. Xande, SU J-ioaLs, liepartea : A'arogon , m. i. iuis. Viocencaa, Oelober 11. River falling, weaver eiear ana oooi. rort net up ixatie. oooatsaown to-oay. Loutsviu,k, October II. Itlvcr falling; with 4 feet 5 inches in the canal, and 2 feet 6 inches In the Indiana chute. veatner clear and conL iso arrivals or departures ex; cepi pacxeis. fir. Locra, October 14. River falling slowly, seaier osooay sua raining .vrri Vii-i : J unii Kyle. New Orleans. Departed : Glencoe, Carrie V. Kountz and Future City, New Or- teana; urano. lower, mempius; threat, ttepun- lic, uaira. Uaim.Oalober H.Noon. Weather clear and cool. Arrived : Belle of Texas, Cincinnati, 8 p.m.;bhannon, Cincinnati, 1(1 -.m.; City of Qolncy Evsrasvllle. 1 a.m.; Belle Memphis, i a.m. ueimrteu : city ni uaester, it pan.; Bello of Texas, New OrUans. 4 a.m.: lteile MemphU. t. L.onHi, if a.m Xlght Arrived : Belle of shreveport, St. Lonii"! p.m.; Capitol -iiy. v iok oarg, t pan L'apsrtea: nesieoi Siireveport, New Orleans, i pan.: JHmafck, New Oneans 4 p.m. Ul ver e feet and rising. STEAMBOATS. rt' "Aiilu .lll. or Hickmsr 'ilumbus, (Ulr RntH:.T-., cleamer CITi Or CaKeTsn. -l Zetgler mseterAg lAKivee THl'KSU.ll, Oct. loin, at upm AO. KTOLi. Sup't Mlsaiwtlnpl Kiv.r Klevator (Vjmpanv- FOU NEW ORLEANS. St. B.ouIi aud Ntw Orlean) INteket Co. Por Vlefcsburc. is'atehex and New Orleans. Htr. BI-MAH'.lv Jotm Mpane, master tnis eiegant paaseuger sttamer m sviu ea.e as auuvo THIS DAY. Oatob.r LMh. at 5 n.m. J . T. W AsHl G lON, A gt., i Madison st, Memphis and New Orleans Packet For lcksbarg. Natchez and riew Orleans. Mr. Belle lee, J. F. Hicks master Leaves THURSDAY Ocoberloth. ntBpjn, u a viissui, Agenu, octH Wharf boat, foot Court st, FOR SEW ORLEANS AND THE BENDS The elegsat passenger steamer Selle of Texas, js-slSii J Woodburn... master Wm. Boiler . clerk Leaves SATURDAY, Oct 17th, at 5 p.m. ULtNN A ViNfcON. Aaents. octl5 Wbarfboat fo it Court at. bOH VICKbJiUKu. SsasapSuU and St. Loal Jacket Cempauy i. n. jinn a.j u For Helena, Chicot, Ureenvllle, Vlcksbnrg, sua vv ay ianuings. Sir CITY OP VICITSHITHt. -IT" R. K. Klley master jgaijtTPi. 1 .leaves r tiu. x , tict. loin, at iu oan. Au.niua:s. Snp't MIsBlaiippl River Flevalor Company FOK 08(;EOt.A. ivz iiArztungTiisriT. For Randolph. Fulton. Oaceolau and all Land ingson toe way c:egsnt siaewneei steamer V e. bneed...M mnater Will depart asabovn oa MONDAY, WKDNEH- ana r kiuiaYX oi eacn wet k. FOR ASVCANSAP RIVCR- FOR PINE BLUFF A5ID LITTLE ItOCK. The hue iaaeEgrr mti'. tiarKSYJiic. jtv Reese Prttchard.master i J. W. O'Neill, .clerk Leavi tui day, o-t. ism. at 5 pan. OL.R.NNA VINSON, Agents, octlfi Red Whorl boat, foot Court street. The largest stock of jet goodj you will find at the Jet Palace. . FRESH oysters received dail v at Vin cent Botto"s, m Front street. A lakqe. Tailed and cheap assort ment ol toys, iunch-baskeU, achool-salchels, nurserv-cnairi. mats, eta, al wneeier. i-ick- vns a iu., ana uai tain iTeet. Wb defy competition in eien?. both in execution, dnrabltlty, dispatch and prices. ixwn. hiuMi,!,, ovcuna btreeu Smokers will always be certain of fine,-unadulterated, and strictly clean cigars, by buying only those made by D-Hlraoii & Co 174 Water street. New York : factory. No. 673. Third collection district. New -York. Everyone can request to tie shown the box, and thereby ascertain the name oi the nionn- taciory number u. lllitStJll us ixi. 00 5-ponnd Jars butter, extra. OLIVER, JINNIE 4 CO. James Ernest Pkrrino baa reeumed his lessons. Annlv at Hollenberc'a music store, Clark's marble block. FOR PINE BLUKl AND WAY LAND.NQS Regular united Elates Mall racket. Wort Gibson, &nt Ed. Noland. master I John Harbin., cierk Leaves UATURUA j .octonei I7lh,atap.m. OLENN VINSON, AgflntA, oclZ oa Wharlboat, loot Court st. FOR WHITE RIVER. Riular Saturday l'arket for White and macs: itivers i Le one steamer MIR It. uarry .-master I f-d. Poe! weaves oa i ti kuai, cuiitii,a:&nan. ;al.....cierK oclS OLENN V1N.-ON, Agenu-, on Wharflxrst. fiait of ionrl st. t OR . .v J . -N rt 1 i. $10 to $1000 invested in stocks and cold ys SCO peril, a mouth. Send for particular!), lmbndge at CoBankers.Z Wall su, N. y. A FINE lot of bird caces. ladies' wnrt boskets, perambulators, baby waJkers.swlDg., hobby-horses, rocking chairs, etc etc.. Just received, especially for visitors to tbe Exposi tion, at Wheeler, Pickens s Co., 33 and 380 Main street. GRAND promenade concert on Fridav evening at the Exposition. Tipton county lair.. 15th. 16lh and 17th of October. 200 6-pound Jars butter, extra. 'OLIVER. KINNIE A CO. Memphis and Cincinnati Packet Company . n vniu', uuuiaiiua wiu 11UG1U U.111. ArliiiKioiu cs? AiAiiuit? .... uitvt,cr i .v. j . in ci.-on.ueii... citric Jeavea HAlrilDAY. Oct. 17th. at 5 o.ra. Apply to It. V. IaIGHTBURNK. uj 'i MempMfl Klevator Co.. 15 JUadleoq at. FOR FKIAIW POINT. For 11 Ion a. Friars roint aud Way landings. Tlie eleaaat Ottasenaer steamer lx-e , mosur 1 1 ee -a ill leave ou her nr-,1 trip as above FRIDAY, October tih. at 3 p m. ocll Mempuls and Vieksbnrg Packet Company For Helena, Friars l'oict and the Bend U. K. Mall to Napoleon. Hill CI.ICOI SlliisojN, Zitmlii. It. tvUWii... vi-, o t LeaveM WkYXS aiwt SA.i L'Ki)A.Yf , 5pm A. J WWfo, FitotimiiEFreiicliFlflfGrs! Greatest variety In Montnres, Wreaths, Sprays, etc Helling at half former low price. BLVETS! VELVETS! SILK VELVETS! In Black and all Colors II CO, II uO; worth three times the price. Finest assortment of styles I Fine ornaments! Largest stock in tbe city. In Velvet, French Felu and Straw. Elegant Hots, S3 SO to 17 worth doable; Fine French Felts, CD to S-worth double. Don't fill lo fee our styles before buying. o Ladies' Underwear! Pronounced the best! Our own manufacture! Warranted full sizes)' Everything pertaining to Ladles' and Children's Wear In this line cheaper and better than elsewhere. Have added to the above depart ment Ladles' and Children's WATERPROOFS. Largest assortment of Braided Sacks, Hoods, Jackets, Cloaks, in Opera Flannel, Merino and Cloth. Braided Backs, ,., 50c, !Ce. St &. Braided 0c. 73c. 11. Opera Cloaks, Misses' 2 21, Ji 73. rt . French Merino Hoods, Satin Hoods, etn, II 23, SI Go, t3-worUi II to 15. FELT HACKS AND SKIRTS. 8HA WLS ! SHA WLS ! Large aiortment.t,Heavy lteverslble. Fine French Wool - Breakfast, Fancy Shawls , , JI 00. tl 2", II JR SO, ti 50, tl lu. aoc, aoc,7j?. Frencli and Oermaa Corsets Fancy and Embroidered. Verr large assortment SOc, 15c, 83 e and $1; selling at doable prices elsewhere. RIBBONS! it'Cs Largest Stock all shades. All Silk Grox Grain- All Silk Gros Grain Sash Plain, Fancy and Bonnet Ribbons. xurnuoise ana ugnon auxs.. I0c, 12Vc, 15c. - SOc, aV, 75c. 50c, 75c, II, Verp cheap. All new colors and cloth shades. Beatlf d and Fringed Belts, 75c, $1, $1 CO. Beaded rocketii, 50c, 15c, $1. 0SIER7! HOSIERY! HOSIERY ! XETT STOCK FOB FALL WEAR. Ladles' Heavy lAsaies iiaisriggsns,, I dies' Iron Frame Seamless Children li Fancy Wool striped. Etc- Very cheap at twice the price. I3Kc, 15c, ft. anc, fur, ouc. roc, 2, je. 10c, H!.jc, 15c, SW. GEifl'S' FOBNISfflNS GOODS HEW DEPARTMENT. Fine Linen Bosom untna SeUlmt elsewhere for Jl St) toll. Gents' Merino Shirts and Drawers, very low Gents' Medicated Flannel, for Rheumatism, Etc .Sl.SliS.HW. . 50c, fix-. TSc. II 75, ti. T&2&GY GOODS DEPARTMENT. RachtnLTS new stvles Windsor Ties all Bllk Ff ne Frlneed Tiea all Silk use nnnarea styles feeiis hiist. civet and ioro:co 10c, lie, 3Sc. 15c, 'J, T-e. 4Jc. eociso. , 150. 21c. j Sleeveless Velvet Sacks, Sleeveless Beaded Sacks. Sleeveless Opera 8aeGreat variety, very cheap. New styles Jewelry In Jet, Shell. Coral and Plated. Handkerchiefs lull line all Linen 100, lc, 15c worth from SOc to 50e. ?0 Vi SIjiEJ ! C,0'V17JI! rSOWBIjS! Largest Stock. In the city. Selling off rapidly. Great Bargains. NOVELTIES RECEIVED DAILY. WE BUY ONLY FIRST-CLASS GOODS AN D 8BT I. OFF QUKK-T-N PER CENT. ABOVICCOSr. O0 I-ITjSRIE BISvOS.. 23Q and 222 Main (Arttt. PROULE & 1C01, 241 AND 243 MAIN STREET, COR, JEFFERSON. L0TH16! UITIIII Visitors ajid Citizens arc Invited to CarofuHy Inspect our Stock. The 8tai&a-tfoxi in buslncas in the -fosters, xaarl lets has given rw spporttmltiGs to zaake 7ARG2 CASS. PUaCHASES andbr the moat favorable, conditions, iand enables ns to offer to our patrons gooda at ezceptioneillv low Prioes. "Wo have deferred aamoTincingr tb-.o arrival of HSTW GOODS until our entire stock was In and arranged for exhibition. We are now prepared with a largo and nnnsnaUy well-seleotod agjjrinent,Ti7hiohia no t excelled in any market, embracing evervtirttcle for a gentleman's complete outfit. Our stooh of Gentlemeri'g Cjtothixtir for FtU and Winter in medium and flna goodts, far snrrmssGs- In fit. style and maho, anytiing c?Gred by us heretofore Wo manumoture our own otook. nay no mannfofitrm profit, buy exclusively br CASH, thus enabling us to offer extra indacementa in prices. THE MEMPHIS MEAM DTEI56 Estatablishment, 61 Jladison street, is open for the fall Beaton. Best work, at prices to suit the times. It. A. HOLLENBERP, Proprietor Special trains, each dav. to TiDton county lair, and return. SEW CALIF0E5IA. CAUSED EBDITS. Car-lead new California canned fruits and salmon, received direct from tbe packers u. Dan rrauciKcuj uew. irenu anu cneap. , , r t 1 ' VIVVII. ' m w . .a, . . it i.u, ITIaGST0x' OOMPAS T, .MNC AND roBCIUS BAltUC-rl, 10 PINE STREET, NEW YORK. Conservatively oruanized for' Jolnu the business of out-of-town banks, bankers, corporations, merchants and Individuals. Usual Interest allowed on datlr balance. Collections made and promptly remitted. ChnvanOfUstes fttfaettenT. FTHhangamiMin.i. pal cities of Europe. HI, l,uoU( J, ,Y i,,H. VAl., . Londou. Crjwonp Teiut Powders hare given M.raellon in -Memphis for two rears. OUVCIt, FIN NIK at IO. Leaves MONDAtS and TUiTiSdaYH, 5 rijn. n v7. .T ... . -- "I 'l'1 J- .h uuam.orto m f mat atreet- FOHjyFW ORLEANS. itrgtnnr sirmptits snd New Orleans lelii for Una -lenssn. Sir. BKLLB LEE J. F. Hicks, master ctcsium MCliUiei W1A1 iC&VO M as above THURSDAY. ,1-Jnhnr IV .ts 7? For freight or passage apply lo J. T. WASHINGTON. Au.nl in U.rfluintt The BLl.'i, LEE will pay i-artlcular atten- .iuu m au waj uDu oenu ousinrss, and asks a liberal share of the patronage so generously aiai.,..- -. . a. ., k" 1 ' r . KS 3nal-Mrh. Fnlton, Onrculs nnl John. . aun, i-iuiaiug neml-wcehly . nt- frank D'orrest, ijsWii. O. K. Jop:ln....Tiie J. W. RhodesC-cleri Will leave every MONDAK and FRIDAY making all the const 1 tidings. For frairht or na-ssAar. anolv on ranarrl. mm GBTH SCHOOL, H Mount Vernon Place, B.iiaUxoBe, MATijini. fJlHE Twelltb Annual Beealon b' this Engllj JL and Fretoh iloardlng and Dav School for Yonng Ladies,wlU reopen on THURSDAY.. 17th of SHep'i'iaiter For cirenlars address an- eod Mia, li. I LKlJ'-liVRt;, rrmclpsl. lagE-SIZE CLOTHIM A SPECIALT AItfiitir6,,g1 Conylsier's and Dents' Gents' Kids, at $2 per pair. nejmer's Uog and Calf-skin Glores, at i per pair. English half Hose, at 2 per dozen. Extra English half Hose, at $1 per dozen. Six good Sblrf s for $12. Six extra Shirts for $15. Six best K. Y. Muslin Shirti foe $18. Shaker Flannel, Canton flannel, Scotch, Wool and Domestic Merino Underwear, Reduced twenty per cent. Cartwright S: Warner's White and Scarlet Underwear, and Iti-thread Silk Underwear, at Greatly Bednccd Prices. 200 Business Coate-of broken suits-of English, French and Ameri can Cassimeres, at $10, worth $18 to $20. 100 Fall OTercoats at $12, worth $20. & McCO Wis 3E3E.W, GE.S-. M4N0FA0T0EY--13 BARCLAY STBBBT. N, Y , ' JAS. SPROULE &, CO. I.ouIs villa. SPHOTJIE -te Mo CQltfzr New Orlef Ans. gtwrty .j, ,. JW or. SoltlvatC. .. . . SIS JSumner ...... .. 4,4S 266 Ttpt n I'JuS 1J7 jVi, a tic, aaia. aitviw vu.ua . 7?;, 1 knau and an adaillisl congressiunai ci.r r; nipuonlat, and on a district jI -JIorm not .n ?w, harmonious with thst of i he riiaie on the cur- 4.11 I ,.,.11,, (rnni,a'non ,o a,.,. al,ia.aa.wa. , . i an .. jiuuiiu iuiuii aiiv. lias C) ci uurue siray in vVashicgton, is the private- opinion ot hun dreds of Republican leadets who hae not the courage to give tongue lo their thou(;Li. aU4 -wtr(U -wcaitri- ur tnn scijr1nn' of tho nation, 'rue community shoald 8,,;!lod,lcl.'.ve' a ereatlve peopre. lie could cite numerous instances where tbe most dlatlnznisheu men brt h.-"- Ursifs t on 6sT5 feel, wUhHiicTreTa'nToo't aune, . u tn Headstones, SHfeet, with socket and foot- stone, ""' in j, ..awwlsjf.rnvvj Tyouaziruttiniir Tiurerfrj uooocr rea, sorrei none joeHeiigTn.t: Also, one One Top Buggy, one Stop Wat ii, Sne oOrce and bedroom Furniture, ami utiirr nrop. ertv lielnnrrlne to 1l et!lta rtf tri . . MsalflsS i i ii j. Stocks of JBficeM, riour, Tobacco, Ilafin?, Tie. Ett, completo. I MS I sold 1 A I nga are a tseHei dt I her leoi 7th Rsyrsf .1874. S5 VE3 Eholden I mas Eilssl&ri &J11 be Kie city Sale of ?ppRSo: Jl.