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TEF MEMPHIS DlILY AP-PEAL-TUSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1874. r AJSTTSEMENTS. fllMI-IIIS TMBAT1IK. .Pbopbietor Kagsgei T. W. DAVBY aaBt of Uw most feebolarlv and Ile fined Tragedian of the age. KIL K. 1- UAVESPUJlT. hhmiM Rr the Kfitire Company engaged by Jean JE. WW w me anety i oeawr, New Oi leans. Tuesday Svealns, Oel.37 II AM LET w tfcw wa to paTold DKBTt- TlinTIday UICHELiKU rrl-1-r UTHeLLO I.OST. Ot A REWARD Will be paid for a black 0" and-tan tin I, lost about October 1 111. if Ian ax lie Southern Kxpres office. TO SXCHMJGE. hufnnlNT nallur 1 DON CESAR DE BA.ZAN Saturday AlChl. UAMO.VAXB PYTHIAS M o&day, Nov. ad The well-known and popu lar UOfitHMtllHOB. BAK.KK AND FAKREN. Tickets aw Beat can be bad at the box office and at lb a Pea body Hotel. fpniKH AXM'IL ISIUIftTBIAs, EXPOSITION. Tnetday Evenlnc, October 27. 1ST., PUNCH AND JUDV, ' Wae aude their Bret appearance on the stage lat Bl at to a very large audience, and were received wltb screams of laughter, will ap pear at 8 aaa o'CtoeK mk evening. NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR ADMISSION. Utuioc the day, and after Uila evening, they will aswear la connection wltb Mr. Itobln- soaVi woodes-fai piece of mechanism, entitled THK mjACn-fMiltlU AHltAM, in lUC rOOm to we rum o; tbe mam entrance. Wedaelay mailt, the DESOTO AMATEUR i-sannuiiia in one m tneir popular enter- tainaseai. Adsatssina. K teats. ta-OOMS AXSi 8UiaH ROOMS AND HOARD- at 5S MONROE ST. DOOMS AND BOARD Front room, with it, board. Liberal rates for dubs of Ave or uioreaar board ors. 86 UNION ST. , (WkUR AXTt BftA Rn Fnr famlliasor sen tteeaes, furnished or unfurnished, at 144 auuw street. w-" BOARD 'With unfurnished room. In pri vate family, at 101 Adams street. ROOM AND BOARD Fine front room on first floor, untarnished, with board. Can Hooenauftodale a few day boarders also. Apply :.' m Third sweet, corner oi vt asntngton. 1RIVATK HOARDING-HOUSE, I 177 Second street. near the new Courthouse. Tlsa IneatfeM of this noose, in a auiet. pleas ant, bealLhy portion of the city, all render it partteatarly desirable for permanent or trans ient DOHroers. hoooh igeanuHroiir, - be sat. luroMied with the best the market .flan., and every attention raid to guest to 1HE LPHNKK HOUhE ba been fitted np . In the . aasoatest style, rarues visiting .e city will and rooms, with or without ijoatd, atarteea to suit the Jlimes. AlKQ. tijiA A. r. n r-1 1, nopnvuciv. oe8 I OOH Choice room with board In a private It, hoate, good locality, near Beale street -.n. Haftr to Colonel Knowlton, Post. (no, or J.r. Finale. JM Main st. sep29 tOAHDlNG A gentleman and wife can se t eare a large, eligible lront room, wltb - rd, in a private family, within five mln .iW walk of Court Square. No other board--ri wasted. Apply at THIS OFFICE. ROOaU-UB iiOL BK. cor. Main and Beale. Fifty newly lurntabed rooms, single or o salts km- gentlemen only: !6 and til per -oath, 58 and 7t cents per dav. Good board .i e oullanTer week, fa the building. sel ROOM A geatleman and wife or single gen tleman can be accommodated with a fine ' rant loom, with or without board, in a stri etly ii irate family ; references required. Apply t 147 Welltneton street. yoR R,jjr. nttOPERTy-KlrsKlass improved residence L property; eight thousand dollars; one iDurth in money, on time; balance In other property. Address si A.A. Appeal iimca PIANOS. insNllH AND OROANS Toned, repaired I and exchanged, work done by expert- meet, nrst-oass worsimen, sou warnwiea. Leave orders for city or country at H.o. HOL.bEN'BEHO'S.Clark'a Marble Block. STRAYED OR STOLEN. MK REWARD Strayed, or stolen, from VsVtl my residence In Walnut Bend, Leo county. ArkaLsas, some time In September. one large bay horse, high withers, ery large sow i -ek, high bead, thin but deep-breasted (uncommonly so, no ordinary collar will fit aim), short heavy body, broad bins, about 17 nanus nigo, nine or ten years oiu, nas a long. Oat walk, paces high, balks but will work In harness: was shod before when teen last, very tender-footed when not thod. 1 will pay the auove rewara lor any lniormaiion mat may lead to his recovery, oo 128 daw J. F.t-TONE. STOLEN. OOK REWARD Stolen, lrora Bennett's 0U Landing, Miss., one dapple gray horse mule, medium size, shaved tip, and In fine coudltlon , is branded on the lett cheek in distinctly with letter M. The above reward will be paid on his delivery to Thos. II. Allen A Co, Memphis. W. V. BURTON. PERSONAL. PeterL- From the enthusiasm manifested on tbo occasion, we are convinced that Chel sea Is senna 10 inccore oniue tiemocrauc Conserratlve platform, and that the -ninth ward w"J roll up a telling majority for the regular nominees of the party on tbe third of isovemoer nexu Alt uouor to uneisea. neas about the tones of her voice which Is very sympathetic In Its character; but still, as ! might be expected In one ai youthful, there Is I not much power, especially In the tipper reg-) isMsr. xicr selection oi tne prciiy soios com- INDEPENDENT-RADICALS. Another Attempt to Met Up an Enthn slasm Itesaltx In a L'cad Failure Speech-Making to Empty Benches, posed by Prof. J.E-l'errlne. MarouriUe and Beware dlsnlavtsl cood taste, as both came I William Cross, Jfranb Miller and lifJrl JDe.?'J!?ll0lc.'U Oiarles BaruJl were up before the recorder "l"" yesterday for Indulelne In a free flht in P.'yj.fiyi'Vr'JLPJ" Main street saloon, Sunday afternoon. After I a imiv vrwat treat nr th flratnrdpr II la ex-1 hearlnir the evidence of irliniau. hi. hnnn. I lf "! v.ai weaioi ine nrst oruer. jiis ex-i tnade Jt J-even al, around." and fined all con- fnv'fiSffcbor'effi IToouSns cemeanve dollars eacb. I nrt .nthnluMnmn. and In rnmnu. Pro. . 11 1 Klntr nrMAhar naa uiam r 1 rOHSOr rfllTinff SanC Wltb lllS USUS1 tSSte JteOU-. -T"" l'Trv"" " "VV. l,,-,, rwX. h. 7onVhlr7 .nrl reeling man. vxs'i? aons. s5fs. ti?zjrx finally. pointed to a man lu the crowd, whom I " jr.'' ual.wbo chanced to be from Hickman, Ken- J,lu,,rj,e ?e irfn5h?. nn-tion turky.saldltwas false-he was tbe son of a ? .Vv nmtomintlon Oia f Prot P?r- la.lyT'Hereuinthe divine, who declared a ailSi: few moments betore that n ancel badap- ?nD'8?l2?y,Ti2 w.rlmhlm In a dream and foretold tne "".A0.???!!1? I.. , ... . i. J -V.,.1., ir,.m lliflttlntt I songs ana uaiiaus on uic jvnaue gtauu piano, SS &ZZSTSZ!l!$: r-W i. one of youngest professional nd KiartHl in purbUit of I -o propuei.Myipg i . 7 . . . , . , . . l-men kefPiStaiS to to nthrXK ?. 1i'V?um5u. P"?? Z A Bchnsh of the fitor about the Fund gowns and await for the ascension. STIZ?' Ue W "'alreadT an ' accomi Mrs. Mary JU. Lianny. tno woruiy i iinea organist anu pianist, but ladv tbat relieved the lamented Mattle Hie-1 last night's performance showed that cbenran when she sickened with yellow-le-1 he has already taken a leading porltlon : . b- wii,irand verv destitute during I among the principal professionals of tbecltv. thenast twomonths. HlshonorMsyorLoague Ins hH every movement displayed taste and has kindly relieved her wants on two occa-1 precision, combined with delicacy of touch. ,,,,,4,,!? ihn rime and but for whose 1 He also appeared to creat advantaca in the eoodaeas this veiy wiuthy lady must have I grand duo f rom Maritana and the fuicinalion ;nA fv,irtnel Htnddani. -who it eoenlzant I Gafoo. Mr. N. Petersen was loudlv annlanded of MrCUnny ?ftvi danng we yeuow- fever, naa lasen ine m-imna uhbu, uu hc wuku uo .uuc, jiocxra in ine wawe or tue t l - "v m. I.Krv ..7. . -sTr:.it . .,.,1 m nhioininv th I )n i-iintrorv Hn.t u-7, tim wit. ti' . j corapttrea with wbat of pnthaslanm they ex- ineanH to relieve the rreaine'wanU of thl I Svytngf by Mm- Cloagh aud Miss II arm oa. lallliltii M'oiuhd. iiriaeace i now m ma 1 uu iue Kritau uuo. aouna now me urumpct Allev near Rxchance j,treMeHreen Main and I Fcarlettl), by Messrs. I'etersea and FrancK becoQa. 1 iajiu iuii auugt uuu ctuae in ior i moa- eiawj suire 01 appiaase, Anotber Hew Tlikef, the Fifth of the Soison, Hatched Oat A Sew Star In the Firmament. Ins Bill, Political Beform, and the United States Scnalorshlp. AMUSEMENTS. MONEY For Marlon J. Strickland, col lected In case or Saunders 4 Dromgooie, which he can obtain by calling at office of HtlSKELL A WKA1UEKF0RD, octS Vincent Block. PIANO-FORTES AND OROANS Properly tuned, regulated or repaired, by A. MUN NEW. Leave orders for town or country at E. Wllxmann's Piano Store, SI Second street, or K. A. Benson's, 817 Main street. selo FOR RENT OR LEASE. iARMS -A beaotliul farm, thirteen miles north of Memphis and one and one-half m'ile from tbe t-'sdncah railroad: one hundred and arty acres c'eareo.uuueragoou lence. .a I,, hi.h Kt&. nf enltlratlon: a eood dselllnz and outhou-es, good gin and orchard ; w ill be rented one year or leased for five years. Will sell four head horses and com to run the place. Abo, thirty-acre place tor rent. Appi v at Davenport lu The ineetinir lield by tbe Kadlcal I nestbldeni at the Turner ball on Poplar street. i nieni. was ramer a imn uemonsiraiiot: ipecieuucKei o. 4 would sLimuiaie. mere Iwttsa nredomlnanee of the Uarboar-Leuls- Ib.mon-pure-tu.dlcal element In attendance, except that not h single repreeotaUveof tbe i rAi. dubw persuasion was 10 ae teen eviueuc- i - w7 ... n j iaite raucu wun uiq aumix.ure concociea ifecareme election of tne great martyr a.Mii - . 0 I me Dowent at waxhlnylnn with "uRt Presem. bsSrteDablleaiiUm w tm 11 dPflned The "Casino " a aopifitv nrtyanlzpfl fnriH,utbern prejudices he tbat would impress clal amt. nuSnfentn?! !." Power, atJ Wasdlngton with the MeaW two hundred and stxtvemheri nrtninaiiv I "-s Kepuoueaiiism was too wen ueuneu to oToeVa'S t.tb?anh&Xy merToaS If W Journ In the south anything but "A New Way lo Py Old Icb.." t. r . 1,7.. n 4U -annl. nf I and others albo belonc to It. amonz whom are ?" y;r"""i" J1""1,. many of our leading citizens. ln Hnndav secure. The sta?o In Turner hall was decorated lost Memphis that ilr. E. L. Davenport was greet-1 , rrJ.. Z.:. .0?! night with a lnrie United States and acouple ed lat night bya good house. It is only .?.;, ' Sr "r"t"tA5 pftlerman flats, with festoons of evergreen well-known artists ana great lavoriies mat nocbran hill Th nsrimm. mmnrtol hanging from the front and on the back could here on Monday night have drawn to- teelevm pieces ot focaTaSdlnit?mpn around. A solitary table stood In the center of gether more people, but we, doubt that any of f imone VrWch thS rendlUmtf selSrti tbe stage, surrounded by feveu chairs, and these could have commanded the presence 01 SmiB eons ! by taoUeiantlon" nosethat were to occupy those chairs were a greater number of our more cultured and !?San.J iiiihSi0.,1.)0?.. probably the seven stars of the great "lnde- thougbtful cltixenR. But the good name ,, ,' leBa:r ,A ainTrnr Prnfer Peudeat peoplu's party." whlrT, Mr. Davennort so honorably w.i,r"w? 'i ,? 'LnS'nS'., Iesbor Tbe meeting was called to order bv Mr. J. weare among the few "artiste who remain to MVoibwu of Baltimore moUon, Mr. I. 41. U1U . nrMied him. and nitwtthstand-1 rtr" "'.B!?D' ?i Baltimore, winning tnunaers . .. , , t , ' I of applauv, tbe flnt two for flute duets, the woslnvlted to take the chair. Mr. Hill accepted the Invitation, and, on FOR SALE OR RENT. OARMiyi LA'DS-To rent, for one ior M mnrATPtrs. farm of 1000 acres. 130 cleared. Trlth improvements, on river above Memphis tbe Anna Randolph place. 'or sale. In tiacts 10 Euiv purcnas2r, inici aajoiixtug uie nuuvc, tne r-aeee ttanaoipn piace. eedO Mad Iron HreeU store. Ji-r r &tvur m. FOR SALE. COWS A fine lot or fresh Milch Cows, at MEMPHI3 STtXlK YARD. rtRICK DWELUNU-HOCSE-NO. 35 tj change street, 6 or 7 rooms, not over 160 eet from Main st. and within 3uu vards of tbe Overton Hotel Courthouse; rents well, and will be sold low lor caan. Appiy at ocro va v Asniuiu at. AT WHOLESALE Five boat-loads No. rillsburg Coal, bv 11. ii. rAL Kt.s jkj i ceoonu si. 'pWO-bTORY HOUSE-No. W Mosby street. X asgait rooms, with eoal and wood nou.e. STOREHOUSE From and after November 1, 174, stor. howe No. 307 Main ht. (under raabady Hotel), now occupied by Messrs. t raaeiseoa; v icaic. Appiy to oecs R. C BRINKLEY. t ) OOMS Nicely furnished rooms, J 12 to llo X per asoath. at X7V MAIN hi j tOTTAGK A pleasaBt cottege, near busl j aeiM. Appiy at tunaen, or io u. t -lovasl, C4 Madison. octt CTOSSS, oSoes, rooaw, dwellings, city and . 7 eeuniry. rarmsou joog ieae sua jsvor- HUMtecHkt. w. xi.mccalllsi, Agent, oeM No. IK Msdlson street. DB6IRABLK BE4IDK.NCK-111 Court street Appiy at 71 Madison n. to Mrs. C K. Hail . l ItelDEXCB- Two-siorv frame, verv con- IV veoleat and desirable location, street ears -assteg in troati low to a prompt tenant. Ap- ,-iyw n. u. ULLh.Mifciiii, 3H Aiaio sc. KOOMl BatMteocneiy farnlshed rooms. Ap ply at Room x, third floor. li Main street. a K8SIDENCE In Cnelsea, on street rail r road. Good yard, stabies. eoal and wood- ion, etc The boose is furnished with gas ,nd water, and is in ail respects a first-class - aaa.ee. Apply io w. z. octl . MITCH ELL, 388 Third st f l XblDBNCias 45 Union street. II rooms it, fci Caloo street, S rooms; cottage and five -res, Kerr a venae. MINOR MKRt WETHER, 310 Second st. , aD1iON MTKEET OFFICEs-Two new .tJL arooBd-fioor front offices at No. 65 Madl--:n street, suitable lor physicians, lawyers. auon or I or a xrutt store. Apply at oct NO. Is MADISON ST. (t A&DKN A rtcn garden on a long lease, y Is acres, on Poplar tireet boulevard, 2S i 'OS as from the city, tbe old PMller place. so Jt. utuL&i rnaiaut, No. 7 Madison street. - rOSE-HorMK. OKFICKH. SLKKP1NU ' Houits AM Cottages Morehouse No. 236 v oat. Bear corner Jefferson street. .One pair die, m second sry ; alto, sleeping room In rd auu r, both over Memphis CO: ton Kx- 'i sage, eorker Mad Hon and Front streets. i .ree onsees m aeeooa story , also, lour sieep-.g-rooros in third story oayoso Block, over n j-SKMala street. -hie ssore-it&em or office in Lenow Block, utoe street, near corner Main, and known . o.et unioa street. rwo oottaces oa Walker avenue, lmmedl ely oa street csr line, between Hernando ad and Kim wood Cemetery. Each house nissa. Si raoms,witn ground for garden dyaeaparpo'iii. vll of the above property will be rented lo , oaspVpayiag tenants, at the very lowest ries,ia aeeoraance wun tae umes. Apply i jwfira 1a,uiv, 4M at M Union street. TOKKfloUHtui m and Its Beale street. - sanaafe lor restoeeee above. Also, tbe !' atU.VU, No. M Exchange et. extended. ,-ptyaiiooioc H aamngton street to 4 R. L. COCHRAN w iXIKBe isiodeMrahie stores, Nos. ii and 41 i ' iioaiii sareet. ami y to e4 U. P. PIERCE, next door. t. rOKii From October 1st, Main street store a Bl. nnw ikMl hu Ink. 1111,- e W. a. WHEATLEi.2bD Main st, TORBHOOM Mg second street. ' and larattare lor smle. Fixtures sel lOWLEIt HOMIlMTKaI) Corner Dnlon t street sad Marshall avenue, with out - usee, s tables, flower and vegetable gardens --.d ft acieai front yard, for one year, or a of years, to a desirable tenant. Apply mom 39 Madison street. k OCels So. as Monroe street. 11 Ml MA Apply at err. t aaiDsSDrCls A spssBdld suburban place; W lavas aoate, four acres of ground, plea y saaaa, irsuu esc neoi very low. v 1 J. W. VERNON, rt Main street nuuASi orFic&i and hlkepino- Pj Rooms, with all the modern Improve Mieasa, ta tae naalers insaranoe bullfltug, n -is. m aad II Madsm street. Apply at since anlaej Imsiii.uoo Company. lyll WUP txrtTAOfC-on so by street; Res- l earn at. No. 7V Jeflerson street, aod two her i.S K. BKJELOW Tn Main Ktreet. 9iAJHXe. ' rUATION As wet nurse by a white woman. Apply at APPEAL OFFICE. lABfr, LjuKe esowgn lorstx uorses, wisu 7 plenty M wagon room. Address, stating S. t V? Appeal office. atlaa aad nriee. nc27 S1TOATIOS As bnok-keeper or assistant; bar. had sperteaee. Uood reference -vea Aarress ctaT W. W. W Appeal office. IAXD Aay petson who owns laud on tbe j Padaeaa road, aad s wlUlag to sell a tor ,'a taaeof to parties who will raakevalua :,ie lsaaeaveateau, can fled a pareaaser by . idresaas I. . CON AWAY, Jteatat, Kami Estate and Counting Aaoat, ct No. Ill Madison street. ERVAKT A German servant to do general oe ktinlv i i main sr. uuK-aa Ataeilean woman to cook. No other need apply. 18 UNION ST. r AND AT A BS.RUA1N Twenty-eight 1 i acres of choice land near Lucy Depot. 18 miles from Memphis, on the Padncah aud Memphis railroad. This land Is In a high state of cultivation; would make a splendid irult farm. Also law acres oi neaviiy um hereri land near Edmondgon's Denot.on Mem phis and Little Kock railroad. 16 miles from jaempnis. iimoer saiiaDic ior lumuer auu staves, will sell an or a psru . D. CONAWAY. Rental. Real Estate and Collecting AsenL ocU5 No. 10 Madison street ri t Wu 6msli Tenements and Lot, welilocated X for cash, taw each. iiuatWE&s, Appeal. BARBER SHOP On Second sueet. near Jeflerson street, well fitted up and good stand; cheap rent; will sell cheap. Inquire at Mtsjiirrcuios stkhst. I ifrr< Pittas An A No. I tetter-prass. It wins, iron framed, with two urawe-s wiU be sold cheap. Apply at THIS OFFICE. i r. or yi BEASLEY. BARTON & CO. No. 210 Front street. MARM Cheap for cash, one of the best farm. In Kh.lhv eonnt v. lffil arm. AnnlV Madison st, 1? farms lu Shelby county, io acres. Apply BILLIARD TABLES Two good second hand billiard tables, as good as new. Ad- ares L u , this omee. rTJ0UlE Four or five second-band and a (ion ur, wtl , II vucau, a. v . Braekett A Co. '8 stables. No. 331 Second street, AbeORTED L1Q.UOKS, BAR FIXTURES and Counter. Also. Stoie. Hoisting Ap paratus and good Cart, very cheap, for cash. Apply at room 6, Oee Mouse. sel3 ftft BBLS. No.1 PITTSBURO COAL, lU.WUU as low as the lowest. Also. Pev- tona Cansel and St. Bernard coals, cheap as - any other man." Also, WOOD ' In every style." Also, a cne itoecaway ana Bugsy-wagon. mySI 191 Second street. vrTlvnn.Alllrarvlii seasoned wnnd. In nuantl- IV Ues to suit. Address D. U. UlLuER- BRAND. Glenooe Station. Tentu or leave or ders with C A. GASTON, 33 Madison street. r.AKeRY AND CONFECTIONERY- In the II thrlviUE cltr of Dallas. Texas : doing a No. 1 business: satlsfac'ory reasons forselllng. ThlslsagooJ chance for some one meaning Business. Auarew or can u BACUMANN X SCMMIl r, at - Dallas, Texas. QEB1DENCE LOrs Desirable residence XW' lots, on Linden and Cynthia stteets; alo, ifMS cm LAnaeruaie. nt- r-aui. tneans anu Lai- ollua streets, suitable ror cheap resldeaces. . . u M" uiiitiI V- til .ffai iHAivDbimi ruis ao a isge 101, oi O very best varieties, at lowest market prices. ocv 1 . s. n.sauuru TALUABLE PLACE I offer for sale one of t the best ouarter -sections of land In Notth MIsstsslDDLlmmedlatelr at llarzel a Station. on Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad, in De bo to county, fifteen miles from Memphis; more than a hundred acres In cultivation with good residence and other Improvements. ii. ti. liuUmi r.it rictll d.&w Hernando, Mis. s KCONIliAND SAF-4Jood aa new; Uer- 1 oi Ins. Building ring', make; cheap. Inquire of rlEHCK & DIX, Planters Ii RKSsIDiSCK My lale residence on Jenta EQlne street, third door cast of Lauder dale street. House and grounds In perfect order. OVKKTON.Jr. -; .. r .-. ..M-,4- I vk UllUlaUHf. U1H JltrL I ick me piwiuB Yrr..." "Yrf Utter ior a violin solo. A duet nn th zithtr. andihr. enoruoi oneoi our.eaauz nnuacu kma, , . i . i Laicinz ine cuair. exDressea loanKS iorine tocletlea, tliot who love the drama jor its Siyuh mat favo tblni; quaiiueswuia no. revisi iae oppor- evenln was,:bowevef;tlie mar entiliedVirrf H?Z' cm.ne.re " ""Ln.?.X tunityiOfceeagooapiaj-weiipiajeu uuo ma- I Hrrren d ein Mener or In tlnt' Fntfllsri I oianB oi uw uutiueB5 tit wiu meeuBS, uuv j. icq juasiers ana one ei va.ni. in i.kAidnm non'.a-dava DutUDon the stage: one that better than most uf the plays of cur own day points a moral ana adorns a tale. A Sew Way to iiy Old Debt has noto!ten found grace or favor In tbe eyes nr nrTtata Manr. burides Garrlcit. have seen it revived, or agisted In Its revival, without realizing the exceUenole of lu chief charac ter. It has always, since first published in 1SS been countedamong the acting plays of lue &li4jil5ii biage, uui very lew ut ui .uvw who after Uarrlck played the role or tragedian cared to esay the character of "Sir Giles Overreach tne buxlcess oi which is confined t the Ian two acta of tbe play, mainly to the fifth. There Is not verge and room enough for tne display In every act of the points upon which traced 1 an s love to hinge their fame. The opening la slow and tedious to them, and peril a pi they lact the cumulative power which ru- whleh Mr. S. Teuebt enacted the nart of the servant, "Lorenz." eliciting by nis nappy hiu and suitable answers roars of laughter and rapturous applause. lie was seconded by illss Annie liourield a Uette.M who. together with Lorenz ' rendernl ezceedlnclv well several verv nrettv duett. The other characters, Willi ilehsrs. Ober meyersas "Brumber," Alexander as "Frey," and Mn. Fried la uder as M Pauline,' sustained w'l their beveral volet andcontnbutedmuch to the success of the evening' entertain menu supposed the programme for the evening wouiu inaicatc me purpose's ior wiug ine meeung was cJieu. On motion. Mr. K. It, llutchlnsou was re quested to act as secretary. lnecnairm&n uaving annouueeu me meet ing zeaay ior uusinebs. OKNERAL M. T. WILLIAiiSON explained how the business of the evening was io progress, anu men uraucueu on into nisiiiue piece ao9ut me great reiormi neeaeu bv tbe peoDle of the State, of Shelby county. and the city of Memphis, and how the people mediately on the election of tae great Peo ple's independent-lteform ticket, lie was pointed In asserting tbat tbe candidates on this tlc&et left the choice for governor and members of conzress entirely with the reoDle: thai this People's party made no choice be- Kw ajs..vttaci wa auu wj vuauj, m k.usw;i msiu AUKUb. huu hhj vilj Mi iUOlii fUla, ailU UUn lUC Allt On conclusion of the play the company re- I were to prosr, grow suddenly rich, etc., im- uous repast had been set out, and amnle Jus tice was done the savory viands and choice wuius. Aiwrwuico iui repaireu to me uaii room. where thev worshlDoed at the shrine or Ternalchore. and'the "Jieht fantastic ' was .fnsthelartut ud tothe cltrnax. whea JSilfe?.!" ,u"1ilhem?22 55.",? '"J" t."e.Ptlve candidates for these two .nVdLnnda'rxl ngSr t ragedies oShakeoere neafl? every act has ZtVT:'"Vt.Jf'r." W - K9 Anuepenueni-itaaicai canui- hVSilnt. inrtseelal feature, and In all our I "." fiVluu-: ii"? uam"" ', -"-r" " , i. ., , r.,. th - i la in coniempiaiion, io occur sometime aur- modera i plajs each act has a resch after the lng the next month, to celebrate the aunlver- 11.1,. mmmnl with that with "." - xoncE. dates ror State tenmors and representatives, and Andrew Johnson for tbe United states senate, tie was impressive that creat re forms were needed, the greasestof which he particularized as the creation of a board of equalization nt nasuviiie, so mat tax assess ments could be made more unllorm, that the revenue from taxes would be greater, and tbe uuruen or taxation liguter upon tne people, etc. On this polot he went Into history of the existing tax laws. coupling lth It his efiorts in the with that wltb wulch the denouement comes to tin in tbe closing act. in -trw U'nutn Pnv Old Debtt there Is but one point. and that lsonly reached in the fifth act, when tne conspuaey oi ail mo icn,uira in Oppirr op thc nnrir Ttpi Hxno.- h. ncmwu-ln? and ernel ranarltv of "Sir OFFICE Or THK UBEAT RED bTORl. Giles," culminates in blsnnal using off alter! We understand that certain patties in ?? ""JSP-Ir"? " .S"' the city are lmltaUne cur price-list circulars isTtfeiSlainrd to cirrv These refornis trouh the halter ..Ad the death one ' feels he In our well-established red colors, Jor obvious nal ""or- in"1 lUi"msim. IS He so richly deserved. Times have changed reasons. We therefore caution the nubile not If..VJPl"?'' ,lnH Mflunpr In hla closet. Innv. I IKiu. ufiuiuui a uun ujouhiic- LarT underthe stimulus or starvation 10 be lmPsed upon by such fictitious and forms In this department might be brought ana neirlect wrote this Merlin 2 plav.but it' I sham circulars. Please remember the fact: about and the results sure to lollow, alter suii nas sofaklne miiirSow and will not be undersold by any house JqJ ;lect wrote this Merling play, but it -ham circulars. Please remember the fact: 2 JlifJXJ an oKnriiin(- intprt fnr Vncriuh. -n.A t, U( ,. . I having exhausted ihlmself) whleh he particu rrr, r. ;. :f,T. I a rruu iLS uiBwir. lajiwri another great reform -which the neo- ' fji.V i i. t "t h vti-- f RRnrriiiT I dry goods, booU, shoes, and carpets; that can-1 pie demanded, aud that was the manner of ... . :r . I ii. . a . s I Hnnlilfltlnp- Ihn SUfA ilfht III ti Nnnu nc tht: relief of a soul-felt devotion to his religion, It is the storv of a man who. an he says him- Mlf, feared neither earth nor hell where his cravings for wealth were concerned the story of a character unrelieved by aUnlegleamof laat belpiut aaa neaiiny cnaniy wnicnwe are afebured covers a multitude of sins. It is a character wholly repugnant lo every berierbense.lhat discovers an unbridled wick- ene&u prompting . vt i a daughter almost to ner ruin in me iiBa. ut a ior uer wmcu he feltwa? tbe one thing wanting to crown his life's labor. Aa drawn by Mr. Davenport tbe evil old man was before us as we may well believe him to h& e presented himself to the dramatist. Ills make-up. if he had never tnoken a word, bespoke the artist: but, sec ouded by speech, and gait, and gesture, nothing was leu io oe aeeuea. ine inter views with his daughter in the third and fourth acts were masterly, and. let us say, were admirably seconded by Miss Don as "Margaret.'' ills criticism or her dress and appearance, la tbe third act, was In itself a study, a bit for a painter, and something to oe cnemneu. ail uie soruiuuessoi um naiure sr wed Itself In his desire for the expression o: his wealth upon her person. But the longer he looked and the closer tbe more the roau aud father yielded, until at last both rave way before ine reamy oi lncomparaDie nveUneus. iso. too. in the fourth when he presses upou her the suit of In the city, generally signs WM. FKAN'K & CO. 21l Main street. Opposite Odd-Fellows Hall. TURKEY LUXCH. There will be a fine Turkey Lunch to day at Barney Hasan's house, corner Monroe aad Second streets, from ten o'clock till two. LADIEV COSTUMES. We have- no it open n handsome line of ladle. aniu, lu alpacas, poplins, fcerjtes, it ml fratleeRM, at SS.810.8I-! SO, rim! 815 laKeniookatibrni. 2X.2tiiKN ukun. the man he had destined for her husband. In the prefc03e of MAll worth," tbe page, we had a scene that Jor spirited action and effective ny-ptay nas teraom oeen Kcrpateea. xut in the fifth act we have ihe artist In ail bis pov er. And surely none was -wanting. Carrying It almost altogether by nimseii wun oniynowanu men aprovoca tion irorn '"Wellborn" and MIady Allworth.' be moved from a premonitory tantrum to the verv excess or dasmou wimouionce irencmne on ranu lie naa hcuooieu m auuieuce, uy LIVINGSTON &U0nPAJiV, DOH tNriC AM) I OKHU BAHUCBl. 10 PINE BTREET, KEW YORK. Conservatively organized for dolnsr the business of ont-of-town hanks, tiankpra. Lord Love 11," I corporations, merchants and individuals. Usual Interest allowed on dally balances. uoilecuons made and promptly remitted. Corrtrvondence tolicited Exchange on princi pal ciuw oi .urope. London. FACTS ffOBTU ENOITIXG. DuriDi? a recent trial or nfnni Inarw hatrtna ktt.am In th MH.4rlAtilii-at4lElU nnt-trovdl nf thsfhar. I .7. V. . J f ? iuc iw""-. y . .-v. ... . .UUs-. wun ioiey j x east rowuer-. great reform he rehearsed Ihe story about the exlstlne f undine bill, stating tbat It was one of thegrat barriers in the way, during the sitting oi tne last legislature, oi me people nettine lustlce at tbe hands of the reDresents- tivea. He took in tbe manner of theDasiairu of the forty-cent revenue bill; how Governor Brown tried lo get a new revenue bill calling for fifty cent! on, the hundred dollarsand how we" ueieauoa int inoe ana -ueia ner steady" at forty cents. During his speech some o e in the audience aked who General Wiuiaxnsom would support for l nltea states tenatoi. The ceneral was idsd that ouestion was mo- pounded to him (tbe ame quesl'on was asked hlit In tbe clty-hal last Friday night, but Erobably it had slipped his memory), for, said e. 1 was aboat to fonret It. lie then be can nt one enaor a ions anu weu-concociea uiory, ine contents oi wnicn. in a nui&neu. were. that he would not becautrht deidvotlnz for John CIirown,and that he considered ihe salvation of the country depended alone on nis vote ueing cast, ior Acarew uounson. up nlau8e.t uouieone had the bad taste to &k the general who he would vote for for con gress. Tne general stood the shock nobly, however, and replied that, as he stated in the outset, oi nisspeecn, mat matter was leit en tirely to the preferences of tbe people. When General Williamson had concluded his re marks, bis retirement from the ppeaker's table was greetea wun app'ause. A new star in the firmament here became vUlble in the person of MR. V. A. MONTGOMERY, who c ft tna lite Cocala's comeu unheralded an 1 unsung, to the front of the stage, and be gan by say fug that he had no doubt the morn ing papers would be asking "Who is this Montgomery? Well, gentlemen, 1 wl.I an ticipate them; for I aopear betore you to- ecier, to look ror sucb a close to a career tbat was all a bad pa-Ion venting Itself within the limits or tne law in tne most ex tremeand almost devilish acts of oppression andtyrannv.such only as greed formoneycan nrovokf. He turned from one victim to an other only to meet with rebuff, as if all at once everybody hid concluded tbat his conclusively that better resulU were attained with from one-half to two-thirds the quanti ty of the latter, than with any other in mar ket. Tbe secret of the success lies In the care wltb which DoQlevto Yeast Powder is d re- pared, and Its entire freedom from substances timi are injurious to toe system. w ecnaiaenge comparison at any auu ail could find some good locality for a youue man of honesty, and thought he saw in Memphis the deoiredlhaven. lie came to Memphis because ne inoueni coou government existed here; but he was sorry to saythat since he j had resided here, his Judgment was very i mucu saaiiea, anu soaieuuiet no aimo&i wisu ed he had never left his paternal roof. Why? time had come-they could endure blm no times. The verdic". of the consumer is alwavs I The yeT? Purpos for which this meeting loncer. lie kicked and cuffed the hitherto obsequious attorney until he bought refuge against his new master, the nephew whom the wretched uncle had unlawfully deSQolled of his possessions. Then, when bis daughter came upon tne cene ana comesseu ner mar rlaze with the pace of the lord, and not the lord himself, and be bad this latest discovery vouched for by his chaplain, his passion then at the top of bis bent, grew tofrenzy and rage as he lashed himself by tne remembrance, oi tne scnemes oi nis long life, thus foiled in an hour. Foaming at tne mourn ne puwea nis way io tne aoor, out window Shades Just received, and or tale iriUI UCVl. aUU ClLrllUa. UUWU IUI M UlUiUCUl I .hear. ). llnAb- A I efl.l VX Uamnrl at . An r,Qv1flA a .llmmarlnvnfritnsftn a Bm.,n. ru"'u. aa vs au ..... vuu ol , u in our favor. For sale by all grocers. Remember, only rive days more, all- wool undershirts at Si. worth S2. at II. Morris L tiro.'s, 4JS Mln street. FLOWKR3, In enlendid display, at LilAIUS. was assembled, here to-night answered that ouestion. We see misrule all over the State at ptHsiiviiie, m roeiuy county, in tne city oi aUcidduis i no iruveriiujeuis aro aa minis tered in a state of perfect recklessness. Why is this? uecause under the exist ing system of government, we are not prosperous. Mr. Montgomery here blanched off from tbomain question and gave a few sketched from his political history. In which JAND-blght hundred acres of land in a Iktllvar txiuntv. six miles from Australia Landing very low; muit be sold. Apply to u. iifiuiA s tun nowiira s now. BU8INBSS bTAND tine businesa stand on Mala atre-Bt. cheap. A pplv at S?H Main st. LOCAL PAKAGRAPIIS. itory flare ere the light had gone out forever. it was eionous acunc iroinii.2 ana anvei- lng. befalls to the ground in a fresh parox ysm. vainly clutching at tbo floor, and In tbat state is carried helplessly away, while the audience, wcrked to a very tension of passion burst into a grand applause in which even tbe ladle participated, a tribute that in .Memphis is seldom payed to any artut a , i Mieivutn iiuiu uw jiwuiititi uwturj.iu which ATTEND Jloberfjwm'a Buaineas College. Ihe admitted that he had worked with the I Democratic nartv: that he had even voted for A COMPLETE new and elegant line Of Jir. ureeiey; anu even nopea inatinineiu- Democratic party, but be never would be forced to do so when be felt convinced that that party was doing- wrong. A few nates from bis war record were next In order, in which the audience was Informed tbat Mont gomery had lougut, bleu ana died m every battle of the war except two, and carried ibe wounds on his body as evidence of tbe fact, aud no Democrat could drive him to take a position by attempting to draw distinctive lines between the white and tbe black mau COKl COKE, COKE. Lav iu coke vcbila it is cheap. For saie oy ail tne coal aeaiers ana tne gas com pany. THE JIEJirillS MEAJI BYEINS It was well deserved. Artists may come and I Estatabllshment, 61 Madison street, is I (one of the colored persuasion had added his open ior tne lau season, xiest wors, at prices io suii ine limes. 11. A. llULLi; 11EKU, iTapnetor. OOK A aood while eeott to do the work of , a ssaali faailly. Aaalyat cX XM r-ROXT HTRKET. I) 1. 11 LAV-A lady having plenty of leisure tlaw t. aeslKHW of taking a few pupils In -i u-te ; is capable of teaching advanced pupils, j-i nalablnf them on. Address. Mum W. J. L..M7 Madison st. sir MBHPH1M AWMNU XANUKAtTli Ki , n Washington at. Awnlu-s of all styles . inde to araer. tabtnet work and Furniture naa aast rssatrad.re-apholstered, varnished, sad paekaafor ahlpmeat. Carpets takes np. reoeaB i reiald. All work ealied for aul d Ai vered free ot ehars-e H. HPTTKNBKRO. tirJCLaVMuKlKU Wells to bore with the V T Heath patent anger; also, tosell the rignt r Fayette and Haywood counties. Leave tiers at Kader's planing mill, im heoond st. YUUti Mas-lo learn telegraph opertt I DC lor new railroad and commercial of. tcea. Permanent positions as soon as Qual ned. Address Paelnc and Atlantic Telegraph, Hox 8a, M eaaphls. Tenn. sell RKUUEKCE AND L,ANl) ioit KALK Wishing to remove to my plantation. 1 Her for sale my residence. In Macon, with 8 cres attached. Tbe dwelling has nine or ten rooms, eeavenlenUy arraaged, well adapted Tor a large family or boarding bouse; two cis-i-rn ana accessary ootaoosss. Few towns m West Teaneasee otfer superior lnuueements ta niose dstilBg Ihe benellts of schools, hurebt and soeiety ; has a dauy mail, and Is on the Mne of leaatlon of the M. and Knox-vUlen.Il- Alo, for sale, Wi acres, l4 miles i rom Ma cos, with a good houe and 89 acres In ultlvaUOB. Also, a tract of SM acres, c miles :rom Maeos.oa the H.eon and Memphis itoad, and oa the proposed sf. and Knoxville K.B. Terms Maeral, and prtem to ii't the Umea. Apply to J. I. WIUUamhon. OC OdW JO.lt CVM, J i-VUill J . At UII City affairs will be discussed in een erai council to-morrow niguu Look out for the man with the black book under his arm next Monday. Many fitrancera were noticed amonsr me visiLors a tae iuxpouuon yesteraay, The candidates for zovernor will speak in this city on Saturday, October 31st, A. Aldrldce. for oommittlntr a name KWM misoemeanor, waa nneu nuy ooiiars by tne recoruer y esieruay. A verv crave eharce was filed at the siauounouse ausuay against a young arug cierk, wuo was locaea up ui annwer l u Rev. Mr, Mullins is conductlnc re- . .ntivcoatABUUIJ KUSrTtl stUU. O ZIJO guux to kqow, wiui lue very uest results. The Chickasaw truards. one of the craes companies or ine inunuiy batiauon: win soon appear in eiegant new uniiorm. The repairs recently made on the iieoiron pavement are mucn appreciated by Sam Hawkins, a colored individual who laid one of his brethren under the sod few days ago, ha, been teut to jail without -The blackened walls of the Klliott block, the tcene of the late fire on the lere. were lorn down yesterday on account of their uaugeroB apearance. Next Thursday i October 3d) is the day het apart for tbe funeral of tbe Indenend- eati-naaicai eomtnnaiton oisoreneaus. ;rrin clptkl mourners, ii. Lewis A Co. A call for a public meeting to bo ?:u m i upwaoouMj (omgntwio petition i retutMrDv urani to remove ne iroopj sent nere, ana pre vest oiuers coming, will be seen aU HUVUWI OWUliliU The house cf Mr. S. H. Kussell. of rolliervllle, wa burglarized of niteen bun- urea uonars Hutstisrotf nignt. The robbers aw. o-nj wim meiasei ves ana ineir booty, Several of the plank foot-bridges over the bayou, oo the streets leading to the A-euoay senooi-bullding, are badly needing repairs, and should be looked after by the pr .per authorities. Tom Cogarj.who was shot Home time ago by Fireman Sullivan, has been placed un der one thoutand dollar, bond, charged with obtaining money under false pretenses. Oo gau is charged with presenting a bogus Pell- - - J. . ""wiuw uremen, oil which some fifty dollars were realised. Thomas Yerger, who got In on the charge of stealing a couple of sklOs. was Identified byatiwrdlab boardlns-bouse keeper as one suspected of stealing oae hundred and Bfiy dollars at his house near tbe elevator some time since. Yerger li said lo be a Mnm- . . ; !- " wn.H r-! lxuls and Htw Orleans. The I.in?ard, who held the etaze ot the Memphis Theater last week, against so many other attractions. nllsted nw rriomi.in thlse.ty.lhough their engagement with us was not as remunerative as every one concedes . , 1 1 .... ur. ... , 1 1 IIITi '..t I l.i ,, u, TW (U .Cttl l.i li 1 1 1 and give us an opportunity to show our appre ciation of them as good players. Particular special attention la called to tne lauowinR, wnicn reaenes us on a poital eanl: laformatlon wanted of Mirh..t uia. pletoB, who ten riloomlngton, Illinois, oa the tourteeeth of August, 172. and la supposed to mnwniwuui, xieia a miuaieHtixea.nesry set man. dark complexion, about thirl v.uv.n years of age; black hair. Is supposed to be at worst uuoa wmfl luirowi. Aorimann. nn i concerning his whereabouts, li alive, or any I fornewilr ofl jseraa HTAl'LbfON." lUllroad ageni and oiflceri l asasBOon-wualtfl. Addri wU wnfw faVQr woman by v. tUn UcTe4egrfm Main stro phi. dAw ( Birtne thij their attention. 4 OAKUEto-Atfn Shelby fctreeu cheapest and bt in tq wr. S"lXL'ATi An expcrleceAa aaJeman and uaicVaooouBUnt wanU a !UaUon In a wholtUle or n4all grocery store, Best re er i bceglveo. JMrect to rial earn an, Appeai office. giving this their attention. There waa a rousing meeting of tie IHmocratfcmasaosof tha ninth ward at the corner or Greenlaw and Filth streets. In Chei ea, laRt night, apeecben were made by Cap tain Harvey Maine, Colonel H. V. Ureer, t attain J. C Maccabe and Mr. George B. eo. but few of them can leave any more en dorine memory of art than Mr. K. L. Daven- part as "Sir Giles Overreach." Of the com pany we can only make brief mention. Jus tice Greedy" was well done done to a turn. as ne mmseii migut bay: "jaarran waa excellent, almost a careful study; "weuuora -whs h miDiajiij,; per formance, and AHworth" and "Liord Lroveil" verv good. 'Ladv Allworth' waa a creditable mece of drawlns. eDeclallv llo make-up, andMargaret" waaagom. We can realize it an eaav tasa ior jiixs uoa io oe- come a favorite In Memphis. The following Is the cast: 8ir Giles Overreach. Mr. . L. Davenport Isord LovelL.. Mr- Ldwln Koowles Wallhrtrti Mr . f. TbOrUO -.TntTi.ii jir. j.j.wallace Calciminino and House Pain tine eiecuieu Qti,aiucivtciieap anu uurauie. nuuiv x iaAUKii.u.2 oecono street. presence to the meetinz. and no doubt the re mark was made for hiBexprevs benefit). The speaker had exhausted the tubject here, and started 'off on a new tack by biying that he naa saia "enow-citizens" on tue classic banks of the Potomac; had used tbe term In Virg nla (qualifying the name with endearing adjectives); in iorth Carolina; and enumerated a number of Gents' heavy undershirts at 371 cents ?SS;ar.m, "S, S a piece, from the late fire, at H. Morris & I pleasure he now enjoyed In using the ex- tim si JAS t nln sit root I , . . ... . . . . . o, a i nresHioa on uio unnju ui iu aUi&simsiddi jnui 7TI e r i eating that he wai probably the most-travelad j7ijtviau0iA.Aa u. vu. o wuxyi eoscu i lnuiviuuai on iiie ncxet. lie said he wouiu Allworth Justice G reedy M lap weii Amhlft . , order Fur n ace Watchall ... Parson WUldou AIa3-garctw u..Mr. Colin Btuart air. F. cbiPDendaie .Mr. E. B. llolm's Mr. Chas. J. Fy He Mr. W. A. Marston Mr. J.F. Howard MrJ.Ii oarhsrtl -ur.u. F.LOOU 1 yeast, the best article cfftjrel In the market. r or saie by an grocers, ask ior uirecuonc , Rumford Yeast Powders have been used for two years by the beat people In Mem- phi. . onyii, rxyjiiE co. have been delighted if the Democrats had given forth a ticket upon which all con d have united, bul he asserted that the com bined lnflcence of ev-rv nolltle.tan in th county had been broagnt to bear on tbe conveniioo coniromrjB lis action in nomi nating the ticket, and lf you -were to ask them The cheapest and best STEAM DYEING i ting" qnUon as to the reforms demanded KlOncAwiaV. HorE In the eltr is at ?-lHw I Dy the people, they would not answer. If you SlS10 C 5 IvJf?v!lru ai .v if were to ask them II we had too many courts. and eond street. Miss Laura Don Mrs. J. I Carhart ; Mrs. U. K. Seymour D0WS GOES THK PRICE, Lady Allworth, Froth Samlet will be civen to-nleht.when Mrlam ilton, a Memphis favorite, will appear as the 'Ohost," To-morrow nights A no way to Fay via jstqii, vj special request. Tbe 2iOfclllon, The naatmtrera of the ExDosition de- sen e, andhodoubt aro accorded by the public, much credit for the grand success which Is re- waruing ineir enorts towaru mailing it truly tbe moot attractive display ever wltneseti lu bbelby county. Ihese gentlemen seem deter mined to leave notninK undone tnat will tend to these reAUlts. and whatever they have un dertaken, tney nave oispiayeu gteat taste anu HUUI17 id variTioKwoomputia ana most in urn p bant perfection. The energy displayed vy iuete geuiiioen hum tiiui uie eiieci to in splie our citizens merchants, at trsans, hor ticulturists, etc. with similar impulses, and each day to every department is added new features and new attractions, which not only prevent the appearance of sameness, but the they would not answer; lf ;oa were to ask them if too much of tbe reoule's rannpvis cons oiiied in aaUrtes, they would give no an- BnCI. lUDUUltllS HI UollU H QPn VTA TTOTII ilfl Good Norfolk oysters at thirty-flve ri", cents per canjat J. A. 8WNAI00W, uculartxed, and especially to In the admlnls- .-.sgeconu auu 110 jiain sueei tratlon of the gov. rnineni of bbelby county. Eujcford Yeast Powders have civen hiT 0 tSSS," Tir iffnSSSf PTD?; aatiafaction in Memphis for two years. the reduction of the number of courts. vst-Ai. ijf, lAiAiiu k w, 1 i,-ieav. niiu uuicen generally, anu the I Consolidation Cf the eltv And rsnimfv Dnvnm- 1 1 "; v MiiajiiuKii riAiiin iui r.ii r 1111 mcutiuiuuiiH kcutrai cuvemmi'RT- wiin nn monthly poymeota. See E. A. Benson's card officers, at reduced aalarle-s. At the in auomtr column. Fresh oysters received daily at Vin cent Bono's, 1W rTont street. concluilonof ilU tirade amlnst thn mnH, offices and salaries, he explained that his name had been Dlaced on iua lmlon.nT.nt. reform ticket as a substitute for that of Col. onel W. . Coleman, who had resigned We defv competition in siirus. both K,mi,r "u.l."B. In execution, dursbtilty, dispatch and prices. I eolemau had wl-nd'rawn his name In faor of riuun- s Lmium.qji oecuuu sireeu i ar. M ntgomery, and to o..r mind it would . . . ,r , I have been a big card forilr. Montgomery If SEED Wheat and Bye at 363 Main Ihe had stated as much). When asked ihe street, JAB. SUTTON & CO. (leading question, "How will you cast your TIt- annn nnil tm tn H. Morris & Bro.'s. I Montgomery was a little evasive, hnt tati.- . 'r ,.1 ,1, . .- , ... . . I ... , rnr nr ihnw tin. whito I fled the audience to a certain extent b. .,.1 lng beauUes. Jt would be dlffleult In the Ilm- shirts at !1 50, worth 75. f-mvJfndTitHiltinWSi1'1fi?ever vote for fee ted hia determination that Mr. WlnteM should be allowed to make a speech so point edly tbat the 'squire had to promise to "set 'em up" if he would close up, and the last seen of them they were wending their way Into the bar-room, where the .substitute for a speech was probably mutually enjoyed. TO C0TI0N SUIPfEBS. If you want your cotton delivered by a fast freight line of undoubted capacity, one tbat can give assurance of time, fcafety, econ omy lnhandiing.and certainty of prompt de livery to all points in the United dtatoa and Kurope, call on Captain Ed. llart, contracting agent for the iilae Line, over the New York Central and connecting rotds, and by best ana lastest sieamsmp unet to Europe, uxnee 17 Madison street. In Tomllnsou a office. horrible .murder, unparaiieieu in nKnpiiis, z sue a proclamation i ine Killing 01 me uig fat Oysters at Farreirs and at the Exposition, as well as hiu Avalanche house, 23 Jefferson, near Main street, where numerous hands are busy killing. The big fata opened frthto families at ten cents per dozen, forty cents per candour dollars per barrel. Haloon prices with trimmings, twenty-five cents, stewed or raw; at I&poaiUon building, extra rates. One thousand barrels for sale at four dollars per barrel. Three tbouAand cans at forty cento, uig lavt. juscrii Aimiuuu, PJi- A man that can't walk over sawdust I don't want his trade. Smokers will always be certain of nne, unadulterated, ana Btncuy clean cigars by buying only thewe made byl). Illrsch & Co 174 Water street. New York;factory, No. 873, Third collecUon district. New York. everyone can request to oe snown toe oox, and thereby ascertain the name of the manu- laciory numoer. D. HIRSCIi & C4 J. J. BDSBT & CO NTTH FAGTOKS AUD- COMMISSION MERCHANTS 276 TROUT STREET, TEffiESSLE I t t Jt. C. KlNl.8al irniu, GRAND OPENING OF FALL STILES AT MISS A. A. WALL'S 225 BIAIS STHEET. TIBS WALL U receiving a full assortment IM. ot tne lAirar iiii-uiti.viiu.-a ot Flowers, Feathers, and London and French Uormets, WITH OTHER FRESH NOVELTIES. Those desiring choicest goods at the most DODUlar nrlcea are Invited to calL MIM-4 A A Wa T.r. rait. th. ftttntlnn nf th. Now occupy tbe large and ciramoaioua I Ladles of Memphis and surrounding country store, .aos. 13 ana 41 jeixerson street, wnere 1 10 uer in-..-nhiiii; uepu-iiucuHiuiHii th.lr fnrllltlp will .nshl. th.m tntri rbtnll. I nassed forstvle and eleirance. era an opportunity to purcase from a large and I I1KIDAL TKUU.-iSliAUa completed at the varied stocK of tobacco, cigars and smoxers' I inortest nouce. octl arucies, Neubil. The instantaneous cure fur neuralgia. Oeo. W. Jones A Co.. Iceep It. SAKTOUIUS & KEISIS SXSAQIBOATS. LOUISVILLE & NASHVUiB VOH CAIKO AND 8T. IiOUl- -ASU- Hetnptils and St. Louis Packet Company For Hickman, Onlnmbus, Cairo and St. Louis. r learner uajtiiai. un x. . ir Jas.O'f!ell masteraSis3H Leaves THIS UAT, Oct. 'J7th, at lu a. in. AD. STORM. Bnpt MUslsalppI lUver Elevator Company. GREAT SOUTHBRH RAILROAD SCHEDDXE: Express Train leaves daily (Sundays ezceDtedV Mali train leaves dally. 330 a.m 11SO pjn pjr. FOR V1CKHBDKS, I lirownsvlUe Accommoilatlon leaves u ally (Sundays excepted). t B3- Xo change of cars hr this line for Louis ville. St. Louis or Nashville. Pullman ialace 81 ee pins-Cars on all night trains. rorucaeusoriniurxnauou apply at Heuiphla nod SUlxinlsPncstet Company IT. S.Hnlll.tur. For Helena, Oreen. Vlctoburg, Tjaet Qmce steamer jur; ivii.r. 1 R. I'orli'r . .m a -iter Leaves TU1S DAY, Oct. 7th, at lu axu. Al). BTOKM. RopH Mississippi River Elevator Company cuu.vr.u 51 AD ISO l' JOHN T. FLYNN, Supt Memphis Div. JAV0 Bpcku. Ticket Acent. FOR WHITE RIVER. Memphis and White Blver Packet Co. U. 8 Man Linear or Augusta, Jacssonport and ail way Lnuin3 on w uiie ruver. iStr. Mary Boyd, jsiEr John 1). Elliott-master I D. E. Sullivan ..cleric Leaves WKDJi tbUAl , oct. aitn, at a pjn. ror ireignfc or passage apply ui QLENN 4 VINdON. Agents. oc27 Wharfboat. foot of Court. S OR ARKANSAS BIVER. BARTON'S DBWBEBRY CORDIAL rjiHE subscribershave been appointed agents i iui buu auvve remvuy, uigmy recoiti iiicjiucu .ur tii uuwii anecuons ; anu xor BUCKEYE SALVE, THK GREAT HEM ED X" FOR PILES, and KIOUl ICVCip.WI aisUlBUHpiF OI 004Q. ly2S WholMaU Drmrglsts. 257 Main st. SP10EE k it WN, 241 AND.243 MAIN STREET, COR. JEFFERSON. CLrTIIlB! 0L0THIN6! Yirrttors and Citizens are Inyited to Carefully Inspect our Stock. Tbo stagnation in business in tho Eastern markets has given us opportunities to make ZiiLRGE CASH PURCHASES under the most favorable conditions and enables us to offer to our patrons goods at exceptionally Low Prices. We have deferred announcing the arrival of HEW GOODS until our entire stook was in and arranged or exhibition. We aro now prepared with a large and unusually well-selected assortment, which is not excelled in any market, embracing e verv article for a gentleman's complete outfit. Our stock of Gentlemen's Clothing for Pall and Winter in medium and fine goods, far surpasses in fit, style and make, anything offered by us heretofore. We manufacture our own stock, nay no manufacturing profit, buy exclusively for CASH, thus enabling ua to offer extra inducements in prices. FOR PINE BLUFF AND LITTLE ROCK. The nne passenger i P. CASDTHSRS. Str. ClarksYille, ATT0ENBY AT -LAW. ise Prltchard-master J. W. O'NetulSlerk " X' CJ"t " J Reese Prltchardmasier 1 Leav-s this day, Oct. znn, at 5 pjn. GLENN & VINSON. Aaents. oct27 Red Wharfboat, foot Court street OSca In Irvine Block, 834 Beeond street, upstairs. Ifeninlil FOR NEW ORLEAN8. Memphis aud New Orleans Packet For Vlcksburg. Natchez and New Orleans. Mr. Belle ice, iks&sst - , F. Hicks . , ...masier I TjmvBfi THT1RSI1 A V ArrrkKor 7Vt r. of r wi - uiAtMn c vitauav, AgeniA, oct27 Wharfboat, foot Court st. BUILDING LOT AT AUCTION. Regular Jleiupbls and New Oilean. Packet for the AeaserA. Leaving Memphis Every Alternate Thursday, commenclnz October 15tb. 1871. Btr. BELLE LEE. 1. F. Hicks, master Alf. urisaom clerk. This elegant steamer will leave . ir"ti .., a anove '---iti inuiuiJAi, uciODer -?lu, aL o pun. Will elve Thronzh Bills Ladlnr to Liver- pool over oiissiesippi anu Aiomiuican ieam- snip company s nteamers,or oy sail vessels. - ir.i.ni ,ir pmnhh anir . J. T. WASHINGTON. Asrent. 10 Madison st. TheBELL LEE will Dav particular atten tion to all wav and bend business, and asks a liberal share of the patronage so generously oesiowea in uays gone oy. oeun A.M dlreclei to sell to the highest bidder. In front of my office, No. 31 S. Court st, on Friday, October SOtli, at 12 m., Lot Jo. 40, containing; 20 2S-I00 Acres. ou the south side of Kerr avenue, about one hundred vanls wtist nf Ihnprmiln. nr th. Hernando road and opposite tbe residences of .sirs. w. K. poston anu ilr. w. 31. Moore. Mr. Moore nald for his lot a lew vearsarn iivw per acre. This Lot 40 will be started at a minimum bid of 3iua per acre, and If any old over IlU) li made the lot will be sold. NO BY-BIUDINU, Terms One-third cash, six and twelve montns, wun interest on balance. At. Ai. uuiu.i, octa Peal Kstate Broker. j.i.wn.mMS&GO COTTON FACTORS Kegnlar Memphis and Xorr Orleans I'tt. for me beaton. leaves Memphis for New Orleans and the Bends every alternate THURSDAY, com mencing October 8. 1871. I -ivn Nrr. .Inn. II ninnMA. rJi N .. . ' "rr?"' firim nam. jr- ..... -w .jr. -oei -master 'iJ.B.cuam .cierK wiil III CUSaiO U lTAercI131IlTi ASSIVmI aucauuuu A w ASvli-. A , 4aU, a t- pjn. Particnlar attention ruld tn all Wav and I Bend business. For freteht or pasaze. an- I pij io j. i. wAauiauiu.ii a gem. iu diaauion sr. gflg Front Street, op-stair?. FOR HELENA & FRIAR1? POINT For Helena, Friars Folnt and the Bends. TRLWEEKEY PACKET. The elegant and fleet side-wheel passenger Hieamer ITTON Pi YloYrmlfa's fmnrnvoil Pavr.lv. CTTUTT. ATr-rT-TTW - -.IT tv I . " V ai xr a-aauxi , JlS5sG in IT BCreiV irotlon I'roHH la nn i-t. ' i TtlIIJtIr LOW '''Tti I l.H.lf 1 n,1 V.-a - i Slain street ; send for circular. JOHN iIIAaVOGUE, Agent. 3Iempbli,TDD. Will leave as above every Mondav. Wednes day anu r naay inrougnoui me year. r or ire igm or paasnga appiv on poani. FOR HELENA. For Helena and Way LnDdinfca. The sianncnanucomioiraoie sxeamer it. .Francis, fcs. uasiceit maMier f u. r. uavla cierii Will leave a? above every Tuesday, Thurs-1 aay anu oaiaruay turouguoat ine season. . Ut llCHUmi rlOOltaKTJ talp.JI UU IAJOIU. FOR OSOEOLA. tVE IIAVK tain Kl S11T. For Randolph. Fulton. Osceola, and ail Land ings on tne way Auegant siuewneei steamer . W. Vheek, We. Sneed will depart as above on .MUN DAY, wJEDr iiai ana r juuAi ox eocn weeic. For ireUht or passage apply on board. SAVE YOUR MONEY Buy your Boots and Shoes at S53Xa!n st,, formerly 'o. lO.'Jefferson "Srl I HAVE a larj assortment of my own make DKti-l of Boota and Shoes wlilcn I will sell lower t,unu .ucjr YTOIDCYCr UUCnTU UeiUiO 111 saieLU' pais, uive me a can and l oage ror youreelf. Randolpb. Fultou, Osceola and Jobn-j loa i Lanaiog nemineeaiy laint. tfranK Jborrest, Sit la.JUUlUssHUIUW I al. TV. lUlUUe.WM,CiersT win leave every aiur. uax ana r H1JJAY rsaVsuag au ui cuaui ivnuinss. r or ireignt or raJag nppiv on ooaru. MONUMENTAL MARBLE WORK! TTALIAN, AMERICAN AND TALADEGA tuuuLiae, I X. marDiest very low prices, as follows Headstones. Z feet, with socket and foot Memphis and Vlcksburg Packet Company I . stone, itt.ni g oo For Helena, Friars Point and the Bends U. 1 Aieadstoncs,z4reet, with socket andfoot- b. Mail to Napoleon. ids ciuior. Xllinois, Mark K.uneeE master. Leaves TUESDAYS and tSATU KUAYr, S pjn. A. T. White, &5s. ueorge stone, lettered- .12 00 Headstone. 3 feet, with sochet and foot- sione, '."' , m oo SrfSiSBEBG Anl all other sizes in proportion. Italian and BBSWaaiVI ill Tlrass- . aw4 ma.V.1 t-.. V... t . .a . .uuua .u luni um IMA tuuiuo, IfttUCltU all round, and full size. 1150. Also Italian rnArhiA spire monuments, 7 feet high and lettered, SlO). These rats are lower than marble was eversoia at in Jiempnis Derore. iJeslErns sent to the country free of chanre. Kimvnnii Leaves MONDAxS and TIIUltaiJAYtJ, 5 pan. .uiuiiiS nrf T r or ireieni. or passaze appiy on ooaru, or io i ..-. . " " a-.ua, oo w uiim u SBIBTS! SHIRTS! SDiaT'3! Jons T.Btbattox, formerly of Stratton. Mo ra vltt & Co. ions L. WiLl.roBD, late Graham 4 Wellford. STBATT0N & WELL FORD COTTON FACTORS BIliTSl SHIRTS! SHIIITS! coamssioN merchants, 340 Front strpet. ror. Jeflerson :tm dSSuTo. ,o- chePt y-t Stffil w,,thSou!'t,i!e0aia3o'? rery day some new fea- K- uur.tt, riLin,-u State consiltuUonal convenUon, uin wMc lted space we are permitted to devote to onr neai &cqw io bi e a aefecripuon mat wouia ao Justice; Ui ere fere onr readers must go and re ior ineGBseive'. v wuofi noouin?, wno gives his attention to the ait gallery, has displayed much taste In the arrangement of the manv feplendla pectin em alreaay received, and is constantly addlo; nt v contributions to this, exposition. Kvery turw i added to f very derailment, and if tbe epliit of enterprise continues to Increase as has already been de veloped.the manager will be compelled to continue toe Uiue far beyond the day feet for elfietiH:. This realu well for onr Excokitlnn In fact, given hope that the next fall display ill UWUl ttUU allTftCUUDBUte present one, and will compare most favora bly wltb those of our mote pretentious neigh bors Gf the north and west, li snch ran ra done, and the present management be In- inisiea wiui iuo grea. wors, success Is as sured beyond perad venture. Last night PwseAand Judy held the pretty stage, and pleased the l.RIe folks, and many of the old ones, to a great degree. The Old Memihis band continues to discourse sweet music, and receives the highest praise from tvery one. Mendel wo hu llab Concert. The first of the series of the uie Menueissonn cino concerts came off last evening at the Greenlaw Operahotue and was attended Urgely by the lovers of music auu the more emu vated portion of the communi ty. The programme was of a varied charac ter, ano simplicity and pronclency keemea to be the rale, but tne malorltv of ih. ni. we marred owing to the wre tailed accous tlcj and arrangemenu of the huusc Tbe concert opened with the brilliant chotnt from .1. v" " j r, - now crtgnt and Fair.'' followed bv Mi-vrir-. A,,.-rrr. both of whleh were given by the Mendeli sobns with precision, decision aed trne rorce evlnelBg careful rehearsal. The voices blend! ed properly, both male and female, and In several selections the MenaeUsoiina aitvn inci dence of mach Improvement. Tbelntercbtof . SLAIfaA &amotnv Plain and decorative paper haneincs, i-Jf V'i lan.A- uuNjiiu, cuuita, - pjJuM, i Kimij', ana lie ico& aiis real. Ptlc: r . .. . MAJOR RANDOLPH then stepped to the front and bezan bv snv. IJrtwpniin Voaat Pnwdprs nrn thn I lng that It was impossible for the stale tn in nufcui.M, auu tjui uu, wcim reiorras au- whlM, 810 to S1000 Invested in stocks and rold ?u?l5,h.!. L1?.?' P-l'.'S-'if.6?1?"111 VrTW of wurh wasgiv in the ArTlXt "oPSffil 1-uinbndge Co.. Bankers, 2 V, all su N. 1 . day mornmg, and whleh we have not room in tne course of Major on Miss Lulu Hug-ief, a native Memnhinr, uotyetquite"weet Mxioen" who made her eietmU iter fnendsof the audience, who bad heard her aim; in rrivaie. had .mtrcn hi.hi.. of her merlM as a v callst ; and certainly the audience expected a good deal at the hand, of ui.,wuiuuuwi,.uti ii appiause and bou quets are any Indication of Indorsement and ileasure,they certainly were notdlsappolnted Bbe discovered little of the bfn.-nn.nL.. is almost always the rule on such occasions, and sang with confidence. There is a sweet! for thlsrooinlmr Randolph's fpecch. one of the audience rn deutly not In sympathy with the great Inde- fiendent-itopIe's-Radl'-al movement) asked ilm the direct question, tbusly : "Who Is your choice for congress, major?" to which tbe major verj-curt.y repueu oy asking the Inter rogator if he had any right to ask that ques tion, and holding It as his privilege to vote for wnom ne taw nt. .Major itanuoipn rehearsed iu buiaumre ine poinie auu arguments aa- vanceu ov mm in inemivnau. ana rpi i tm Alter which a motion to adjourn was arrested "1 Jilt. ,V . Jl. A-JiAtAtANS, Who took thesuaaker's stand anit statMl Ih. he would have been clad, lf circumstance fa. vored. to have made u few remarks on th. i. sues Involved In the present canvass, and was ojjiyn liPFlIJ I panicuiarxy anxious to explain now his name Of thf. Pnurt PalaPA Plalonn lfij ltr.tn I DleVrcform ticket. lie. linv.T.r. wnnM nni. street, opposite the new courthouse (Overton f1.1 Uentton to a little circumstance alluded hnt.ii am ih..i.iinu,inr.h...nn.T;,L. toln theArrxai- statlne that thnchanr.nv spread In a ffrand Lunch. Come one, come all. I that Journal, that tbe Intent of Ihe new party AJA.i. AlAltAiAS. i r --u. hal injur . t " -- -."in-jj i.u. rt. iar aa ne was concerned, and he believed such waa nr.t. th. ADDITIONAL MAKICCTS. design lii the organlsaUou of the great more- luru. i iciuiiu. jir. jrer&Tng warmed qd If vou want a hydrant, street-washer. nminmhlnff of anv kind, vou can zet itsl RmwnA'a. is Jeflerson street where von ar. sure to be suited in siyie ana price. LADIES' UXUEKITEAR. A lot of fine under wear, bought at nau- fcprlceN, and olTerttl at real bnrcain.,iN opeuat sjeukeu Itroa.,aacbas chemises, uood attlcle, well made, nt OSc lo $1; ulglif.lre.e, fall lengrlit, well mml.,si T3elo(3; skirts rrom73e to 83; ladles' dravrn, 63e lo 81 33. These irnods are very ne.i, aua tnere no nambQE nuiim it. dianiiaa JIUUS, , NEW ORLEANS, October 26,-Flour quiet; fPS'fJi.'J S.Hf Pr,s"ssed, and in portraying double extra, ti Hr, treble extra, $&ji575; the enormous burdena ithe people are groaning choice, lt 60. Corn quiet at Jlte foTyil! un,iS ln ,he ,h,I5eSf l"""". he grew anl- low;nowTiteonhand. Oats dull at taaaic. ,ISate?V?d W0UV ho 'Pent the bal.nco of KraA,lnll.tSI in M.- ". . J???!? thSUlgbt in SDeeCh-maklna hot fnr am.nl but steady, at sa ; OW barrels seller Januif? wearineM Df th. Sud,f?.n'',??0 dropped out at f 17 . lry salt mea-s-none li flrst PnB T on;, untl Mr. Hltxfeld moveVfan at. liacon dull and lower at 75t13W.c llama Jurnment, wnicn prevailed, and ticket No.8, -old. U,sal3c: new, HS.aUj.cVlSrd quiet- SliDe Keat nestaldlnr comblnaUon, is now tierce, tierce, itkci kV in. 'Vn.tlr i..1" before tbe world.beautlful ln ltSDerfecInnssaa demand : good common to lair. W:nv SXTCi I ire representatives of tbe sorehead element. lairtoruuy fatr,"ie;prlmetosirictly nrlme. iiuw, meir wuuai aays are num --a,v"u-, .waw MiHiw.il! kuvu sunniv. I "lii I and lower; yrlme to choice, eSaiAic. PAT WINTERS "J urime, i H ,3. AT AT AT A. C KE.VXEDAY. IV. A. Itt'DO. AT. BABNABY'S BARNABT'S 'S 311 MAIN ST. 311 MAIN ST. Wholfsale and Retail Dealers in ii i 1 269 1-2 MAIN ST. Opposite Court Squsre, 31E11PHIS, TENNESSEE. 311 MAIN ST. I J, w, BEOW1E. LARGE-SIZE CLOTHING A SPECIA1T Alfflsandr6 Conylsler's and Dents' Gents' Kids, at 2 per pair. Kejnier's l)og and Calf-skin Gloves, at $2 per pair. English half Hose, at $2 per dozen. Estra English half Hoso, at $1 per dozen. Sis good Shirts for 12. Six extra Shirts for $15. Six best N. X. Muslin Shirts for $IS. Sliafeer Flannel, Canton Flannel, Scotch, Wool and Domestic Merino Underwear, Reduced twenty per eent. Cartwright & lVarner's White and Scarlet Underwear, and lG-thread Silk Underwear, at Greatly Reduced Prices. 200 Business Coats-of broken suits of English, French and Ameri can Cassimeres, at $10, worth $18 to $20. 100 Fall Orercoata at $12, worth $20. 8PM0ULU & McCOWlS' MUIOFACT0RY--13 BARCLAY STREET, N, If, JAS. SPHOUXE & CO. iouisvillo. SPKOUIS : Sic C OWN lioxc Orleans. JOHN CTJBBIHS. JOHN GTJJTN. H. H. COOVJSR OUSBINS, HUM & 000VIL lOl, ICS and 165 WtfLSHaXKGXOH' STJOBSSai, LUMBER DEALER: ASD JtlSCFACTOBEKS OF DOORS, SASH, BLIPS, FLOORIIS, SID1G Coiling, Moldings, Balusters, Palings, Hewel Posts, Braakots, 2tc. FRAMINO LUMBER OF ALL KINDS, YELLOW PINB, CiPKESB, POPLAR AMI toorder sllI,,,a,n,lIUaI0rsue: Planing, Hawing, BcroU sawing and Turning done r Well Curbing, for Randle & Heath anil Rntt.r ; rr.hnn. a -.... tn aa. Short notice. All kinds of Oln Gearing or Yellow Pine. JyT 8. UANSFZI.I. 3. X. WOOD. S. MANSFIELD & GO (Successors to Mansfield ,t Illgbee), 3IASUFACTUBIK8 & WHOLESALE 301 t 303 BTain Street, MEMPHIS, r : : TENNESSEE WILL continue tbe Drug business in all Its varietr. ax tha ahnv. nMj.i.hiuh stand. They w til at ail limes keen a Full, Fresh and Complete Assortment of goods ln their line, to which they Invite the special attention of their old friends and the trade generally. Purchasers are Invited to examine their stock, ai they will And prices to suit the times. They will continue to manufacture the cele braua and well-known UnnsaeM fc II lc. bee Family Heiltclnn. Thevare nronrI.tnn.nr thAPKminm rmtniw BrokerStar Brand narklac Ink, Ie- SPjECIAIa IVOTICE. All thOSA iP1htnl trt tha ffrm nf 111 W FIELD A HllillKK am pumtlTr ronn ottJi tn. ' rait and settle or mikn rpmittanriH. ithnnt delay, as Uie business of tne "Id Unn must bo i iicu. o. jtiAaritLAiJ a co. APPLETON'S CYCLOPAEDIA X-o-D-ira od. The .Hlniidard Work of the Ac-e A Llbra- . j iu lurii-sTerj s-atutty ineed. II. A N enterprise for Americans to be proud of. xa No rehash of other CvclonaMiaa nr ni. ttonarles, but wholly an American production by tbe ablest wri ten, far excellin g any foreign work of the kind ever got np. Drought fully up to the present time ln every branch. It con tains the fullest and latest lnfnnnnllnnM, .11 subiects pertaining to a Cyclopaedia, and Is, ln every respect, reliable. No man who wishes to keep pace wllh the times can afford to be wlthontit. Mr. II. MiillnmR pnnzpmimr, rn, ihi.-.i- and hla books, have been turned over to the unuerslgned.andwlllbenUedaccordln.lv. Boom 7, Planters Ins. Building-, "ladison street. HO FURTHER POSTPONBSBNT OF THE SECOND AJ17 1AST GRJilVD GIFT CONCSKT IN AID OK nUH H&StlNIO RELIEF AS30BIAWSI. OF S0BF0LK. THCRS:iAV, ioch 2iOTE51CEB. Under aatliority of the Vlivlnia Letalamre (act passed. March X, lsTi'. 850,000 !TICKETS-C0G0 CASK filFl S250, 0002 TO BE GIVEN AWATl One Grand Cash Gift of..... una urana cash uitt or. One Urand Cash Ulft of. ues urana cash uirt of. une urana i-in uirt or. One Grand Cash Uift of. One Grand Cash Gift of. 13 Cash Gifts of SIKO each i iasn uirts or Cash Gifts of 7? Caih Girts of 250 Cash GlfU of S73 Cash U1IU ot SCO) Cash Gifts of 0X0 CASH PRIZES, aggregating. PBICE OF TICKETS: Tb.?1S.TSckeSa-,laroliai"terTl.;Att vM h'Alf Tlakeu ill) I Eleven TlefcetelsgS HO ITfDrVTDIIAI. BEWEl'Tm. Vhls Concert Is strictly for MJtsONICnnr. Paos nl will be conducted Wtathess fibTllty, honesty and farroew wntch com! acte rbied the flrst euterprlso JOHN L. 160 PER. PreslrfMit . Koi Tickets and Circulars aWtiurTraU fn forniallcn, address Iusnry v. 'dtJOKK Secretary, Norfolk, Virginia. JOE LOCKE wlU si va full partlcnlars.su Main st-gp-stair. ; jueo 2AAS1.' . AtUMI sm ach aMHD a each . hm SO each jajw IM each . HJMu 1) eacb , SMU 60 eacb . , Xfitnj 19 each , . ,. ssyM IT. TAYLOR. THOS. r. DfJFFIN 6 Good Shirts for : : : : $ G 6 Fine Shirts for : r : : : 9 6 Extra Shirts for : : : : 12 C Super. Extra Shir is for : 15 6 Tery Rest Shirts for : : : 18 1 STEM kW eiB FITTER lii $&smm Street. BETWKKJJ MAIN AMD FRONT OUR SHIRTS ALL CUSTOM-MADE N.B. TVIIl boent C. 0. V. on receipt or stzes. iva ik rV aI.w.an"-f 1 a ln eT of adjournment Ksqulre Winters, fi CiSSS,.qulft: ord,lnT ? ho had been present during TtS. eutire prS I .19c. tornmeal nominally ceedlng was urgently pressed to make a SJI.J.., speech by one oi the audience, who manl-1 K3llIalS aTaISHIC lo Ordes. DS. A. K. TAYLOE, (Late of Memphis), MOT SPRINGS. ARK. Can be addressed orseen personally at the Hot Aiuiac, Aiofc opnngs. Ark. WHOLESALE MEAT STORE C MENDEL A CO. have opened aWhole . sale Meatbtore at Ho. 37S Front Street. TAYLOR & DDFFIN AND Commlsiilou Merchants Ho. 378 FRONT ST BCEA55TM & HOMS. CANVASSERS "WANTED For this Great Pictorial Family Paper. EIGHT to ten Lad'ea and three tnSve Gen tlemen, properly qualified, will Had this an asreeable and very remunerative employ, mem. L'nquestlonahly good lefereneesre. 1 aired. Apply ln person between 2 and 3 pjn or by letter containing address, to oci8 J. II. PREL1QH. il Madieoat st. HEEPniS, TES1CESSEE ISHAM G. HARRIS. 1). L. M'KISICK T. 11. TURLEY. HARRIS, ES'KISICK & THRLEY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Xo. 43 1-2 Xadlson Street, JIEMPHIB TENNESSEE 3F3. E5 BsS O "V -ta. L -THE PIONEER LAMP AND OIL STORE Is now located at NO. 28S MAIN STREET, (N. E. cor. Main and Madison sta.). Where our friends and the public will find every article in the line of Coal OH Lamps. Lanterns. Chandeliers. Brackets .nn 1 1 if Lamtw, Burner?, Chimneys, Wick, Tinware and Japan Ware. O. P. FRESCOTr & CO., Jobbers and Retail -.fii A. ii. BOYD. ALSTON mxu .iff. BOB & SON, COTTON FACTO! He 360 Front Street aann "ITrrvlnT wllint'beliel : ana cou- aB058enjaioJs.