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MfE MEMPHIS 33A.ILT A.PXEA.L--WEDlSrBSD.Y, OCTOBER 28, 1874.
t AMUSEMENTS. rplIIKD ANMJ1L IRBUSTSIAI. EXFOMTIOX. Wednesday r.veulut.-, Oclober 2S, 1S7, ATrRACrlVE PERFORMANCE On the Mage. Piranro1 the DESOTO AMATEDR 1'ERFORMEOS At BirxMHton Hall, Under the Management of H. O. Farley. PROGRAMME PART FIBKT-OLM). Teutonic iIfJJy- ..Farley and Km Double ouc arid DanceKlrtland anrt Moore Snyder Muskeetets Farley and J KSion Prof. A. J. Kern In !it Feat ol Marie. Master UBdle Haydea, the Juvenile V onier. In his rMMt-fsarad Dances. Heathen Oblnee Farley and Kern li prints in Me Band Mu.1. Hayden Blackbird Brigade Oorapany The whole to oosolode with the Sensational Comedy entitled "TIIK FATE OF TOM COLLINS," with tfcfc loUowlni; Cast: Tom Collins. Uw slanderer 11. U. Farley MrMeNHlty.aKree Lover ol Woman's KlgntS ivcm Trtl. bi Rotm-. not mo isilieiil as bia iwnuuke W. Jackson Jimmy Kareali, hot not atrldA. Klrkland fi caet, lost as lively Mast. Hayden Barkeeper Mllt.ik.yU Julius, a Maats of color T. Voore NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR ADMISSION. '1 bandar Grand PromsBade Conceit by Arnold's Full Hand. Entirely new Pro gramme, the music havint been sometime in renearsai. Tbe MeraDtais Grav. Calttain Williams coin loandlDg, will visit the i-xpootUon In lull uniform, esennea ny a inmiary Das 1. Admission,) cent. LOOKOUT FOR FRIDAY N10HT. Viand Matinee Saturday at 1 pan. Admission ror CBlMres, W cms Is. ootas. JEJfPUIS THEATER. T. W. DAVEY -JaopMrroa Engagement of tfau most Kelwlariv and Re- Btiea xngeaian oi ie ar, ait, E. 1- IMTEXPOkT, Supported by the Entire Company entmred I y joun fi. Uffwi" jor tin: aneiy inwmi New Oi leans. M'eilneaday .KEW WA TO PAY OLD DEBTS I harMla3H rrldr 1UL 11 r.ij r. .1THaLLO hMtarday Jlatlo DON CESAR DE BAZAN HatnrdHy Algbt....DAMON AND PYTUIA-S Honday, Nov. 3d The well-known and popo Mr torn iiiHuisn-s BAKER AND FARKEN. Ticketa ami Keats can be had at the box olHce and at the Peabodv Hotel. STOLEN. SO- REWARD Stolen, from Bennett's wi) Landing, Mlsa. one dapple gray horse mule, medium tU, idiaved up, and In line condition; Is branded on tee leu cueea i-du-llnctly with letter M. Tn above reward will be paid on hi delivery tolutw. H. Allen imfeBhl. w.V. BfKTON. FOR RlSSfT. UKNIBHED ROOMS -At NO. DESOTO ST. KTIt E CO IT AO- -2&t Adams at.: pfetsesnlon afGMi if or lotto November, appiv io j mltb, at B. Lowenfcteln A BroV octJS piiu-nATnBY HorTKE No. SI Mobv "treet. X eight rooms, with coal and wood hBke. Apply a' .1 clw.u Di, STORK1IOUSE- From and arter Novemter 1. lhTt, nor-lioote No. S '7 Main at. (under I'eab idy Hotell, now cvcapled by Messrs. y rancto 4 w in. Ariiy o oc-t 5 I.. L. BRINKLr.1. If OOMS Nicely f nrnlsbed moms, f 12 to t!5 pr raocm. at .w jiai.-. p CtOTrAGE A pleasant cottage, near bus! ; ne. Apply at 16 Linden, or to t. A htovaU, aadlson. ocit D USIRABLK REIDrCE 111 Conrtelrret A p p.y at 73 Madison biio ms.t.K. -RsinKKCK- Two-siorr fram?. verr con enieot and dewlrabie location, fctreet cars li1 OOMt Handeomely fornUhcd rooms. Ap ply at Hooa g, inira noor, m aiain kiwl A RESIDENCE In Cheliea, on Mreet rail road. Uood yard, Ma'jls. coal and wood i iue. etc Tbebool lurnlfched with gas and water, and Is In all rtpeek a flrht-cla.su residence. Apply Io octf W. Z. MITCH ELL. 398 Third SL RESIDENCES 5 Union street, 11 rooms; 6 Union etreet, a rooms; cottage and five arrets Kerr avenue. MINOR MKRI WETHER, 10 Second at. MADlhON IsTKEt-T OKFICKt-Two new ground-Boor front offices at No 6i Madi Kj'i Mreet, suitable lor physicians lawyers lailf rs or lor a fruit store. Apply at ocS NO. 1 iiADl.SON ST. &ARDEN A rten tcarden on a long lease. In acres, on Poplar meet boulevard, SJ tu.les from the citv, the old Pidller place. Apply to K. DUDLEY FRAYSEU, M-.hj No. 7 Madison street. l TOREHOOBfca IM and 1 Beale street, l stiltablA for residence above. Also, the I'WtLLINU, No. U ExchanKe at. extended. Apply at xooioi ttawiDgwawjmw Lk R. L. COCHRAN. cTOKEs Two deelraWe stores, Now. 41 and H U Beale street. App'y to i . PIERCE, next door. (TlikE From Oetooer 1st, Main street store O w now used by jonn Liny, sei W. A. WHEATLE1 ,2W Main st. tTOKEROOM-4sS. t-econd street. O and lurnlture lor sale. Futures sel l viwi.kk HDMESTKAU corner Union X street and Marshall avenue, with out- L nses, stables, nower and vegeiaoto garaens and spacious front yard, for one year, or a urm of years, to a desirable tenant. Apply to McFARLAND OOOD W IN, auad as Madison street. HOUSE No. ss Monroe streeu Apply at an main aT. Ill Rooms, with all the modem Improve ment, m tbe Planters Insurance bnllolng, N os. ai and 41 Madison street. Apply at omce t'aniers insurance uompany. m O laurant. No. 78 Jefferson street, and two other cottages. J. E. ElUKLOW 77 Main street. P OK SALE. VALUABLE PLACB-I offer for sale one of tbe best q as rwr sections or tana in isorin ! .sslwlnpl, immediately at Hanel's Station, cd Mississippi aad lenuetsee Railroad, in De bxn county, filteen miles from Memphis; more tnesi a nuuorea acres in cultivation w i ih goo reaMence and other lm)irovements. H. H. CHALM KR-4, rrtlldAW Hernando, Miss. rTO'A'S A fine sot of fresh Milch Cows, at j MEMPHU STOK YARD. BRICK DELLINU-H U'fc-No. i Ex change street, fa r 7 rooms, not over 160 fct from Main st and within aw yards of the Ov -rton Hoel Courthouse; rents well, and vi. be sold low for cash. Apply at octj WASHINGTON HT. T WHOLESALE-Flte boat-loads No. 1 L l'lllsoorg Coal, bv H. B. PAC - ERA CO., 191 Second St. I AND AT A itsKUAl.N Tsteoty eight acres of choice laud lit ar Lucy Depot, 11 in les lrom Memphis, on tbe Paoueah and Memphis ratlroad. Tbls land Is In a btgh a'.e of cultivation ; would make a rplendid it farm. Also lwtt acres of heavily ttm ' ' ' -:-d laid B-nr KdmoBdMon's Depot, on Mem t'.is and LttUe Hock railroad. 1 miles lrom 1. mphls. Timber suitable for lumber and slaves. Will sell all or a psrt. I. D. CONAWAY, Rental, Real EeUte and Collecting Agent, ocUS No. 10 Madison street. f MWu emsli Teeements and Lot, well located, JL for cask, IM each. BUSIMv-S. AppeaL BARBER SHOP On Meeond stieeu near Jearrson street, well ailed up and good J.Z&; cheap rent; will sell cbrap. Inquire a No.SJEKFr-.RsON STREET. fcTTKK lltfcis An A No. 1 leUer-prwrs, . lOrl'.'SX, iron framed, with two urawe. J be sold cheap. Apply at THIS OFFICE. f. NtilNK AND HOIl.r.K Cheap. Inquire IT or BEAHLEY. BARTON 4 CO., i No. 2H) Front tlreeU RESIDENCE AND LAND FOR SALE- t.i 'g to remove to ray plantation, I fiar for salo my residence, in Macon, with b acres athtcbed. The dweiing has nine or ten rooms, oeovf tileotiy arranged, well adapted for a large family or boardtug houe ; two cis terns ana necessary oalaonsm. Few towns In WtstTtnntsseeonrMperpM l&aBeeruenuito ttiose dtsulug tbe beaeata of schools, c hurches and socletl ; baa a dally maU, and is cn tbe line of leauouof the M. aad Knox vllle IL R Also, for me, V7U acres, IV miles lrom Macon, witn a good bouse and sores In e uiu valion. Also, a tract ot 2KI acres, raHea from Macon, cn the Macon and Memphis K'.al, and ou the profswed K. and Knoxvllle H. R Terms Hbeial, and t.ric. t to rail tbe Umes. Apply to J. 1. WILLIAMSON, o.-udaw Macon. Fa i Lr county, T.nn. I ."'ARM Cheap for easn, one oi tne m farm! iu Shelby county. 1 acres. Apply l- T. W. BROWN. Madison art. BUOUIEs Four or Ave second-hand aud one new top baagy, veryebeap, at i . II Brackeit & 00. i-tables. No. id Second street. Ark- ukrEU LI CI CORK, BAR FIjSuhS and Counter. Also, Htote, Holsuug Ap paratus and good Cart, very cheap, for cash. APl'T at IWSl tt, ss; owwc sw wa nnn bblh. -0.1 PrnVBDBO COAL, fUtUUl as low as Ihe lowest- Also, Pay. tona tnnei and 1st. ernara eoais, cneap as any other man. Asso, WOOU in every style. Also, a nne noceaway ana Boggy-wagon. H. a PACKER A CO., mya 1M wecond street. riMiU- Btfi cords seasoned wood. In ou.ntt tin to suit. Addrew I. II. lllLUKIt- l'.KANll, Ulencoe Btauou, Tnn or leave or dera with C. A. tJASSTON, a Madison street. -v-iAKeKY AND OOSKECTIONERY- In the Jtj thrtvlog city of Dallas, Texas; doing a ISO. 1 oustneM; sausiac ory reasons lorseiuna. This Is a gooj chauoe lor some one meaning business. Aaaw. or eau on BACilMANN A SC11MITT, e34 Dallas, Texas. j) tMlDtKt'K 1JIri uealraule residence 1 1 lo, oil Lanaen ana iTmuia wees.: im-u, l ots on Lauderdale, 1st- ran l, Orleans aa uar oiina street., suitable for cheap residences, sett F. W. HM1T1I. No. Is Maatson st. blKAWBKKKV PLANT'S A U ge lot, Ol very best varieties, at lowest market prices. OCV A. r. flARUUlilt SKXXJND-HAJ1H HAKK-Oood as new; Her ring's make; cheap. iDsi.lreof PIKHL'tC A DIX. Planters Ins Building KHsllJrJ.cn My late rewdrnce on Jessa mine street, thlid door eat of Lander dale street. J loose and grounds in perftet order. JOHm OVKItTOS, Jr. AND-blBt huaared acres of lasKl In iijiivareMBiy.nix miles iroia Australia ending: veiy lew: mast iwaold. Araply to IknLMA.V A 00,7 Howard's 6iw. Br-sI.NKHB sTAND-Hu Imi.I new stand on Main street, chaj. Alply at JT Mala St. LOST. BLACK-AN D-TAN PUP About 2 montlis old; ear. recently ent; Jew wblte hair on breast. Liberal reward for return to octIS USX UNION ST. Ol A REWARD Will b paid for a black ijlU and-lan slut, lnt about October litn, it leftattlieHcothwra Krprcss office. TO EXCHANGE. PROPERTY-rirst-class improved residence properly; eight tbouaand doliari; one .ourtb In money, on time: balance In other property. Addresa MAX. Appeal office. PIANOS. MIANO.1 AND ORGANH Tuned, repaired L and exchanged; work done by expert, aneec, first-class workmen, and warranted. Lieave ordera for city or conntrr at H.H.HULLENBERQ'K.Clark'a Marble Block STRAYED OR STOLEN. Jinc HEWAItD-Ktrated or nrt.n r-m D-SU mv residence in mint fiTn'j f cJunty.Arkat;M.. tome time in linumhir. one lire. Ii.rhnf hl.h Mth i.T.I bow Wk. l.TSi. h. t Ri VnT ZZZJZ.XiSt (uncom-min-ao;- oTdlna, Utt 6'S?'i1,efVJr htoai bo,ot 17 hands high. nlne or Un years old, has a long, tlatValx, paces high, balks but will work In harness: was shod before whenreen last, very tender-footed when not thod. I will pay the auove rewara tor any information roai may leau io ins recovery. Oc.L3d.sW J.K.MONK. FOR RENT OR LEASE. V'J?.tSSrSiSS .irxi. Tiv.rf.nn. hnnrtnri Wtr.;l&tti!l SSmSSXZgXi Si oSartrwlll be ,iiZ vear orleast d for five years. Will S!',,?he,LTnXom toront Ai. thlrtv-acre nlacs for rent Apply at ocll7 S POPLAR aiRKET. FOR SALE OR RENT. .VTIM cwrid rord to them; orTe and all. the creditor sup JC more y ears, farm of lOMacwlM cleared, .. M iiaTennor. wm, ,Uch approach to S'Sonfac'Fo the Anna lUndoIph place.. For sale inUacts tosuitpurcnaMrs,iraci aujoiniuguie auovc, Uie tanoe isanaoipn place. L. il MrKA KI.AND. Attorney. se80 89 Madison ttreet. UITJj &UU maaqneraoe sulta. at the French . store. tg'y jLrrhtwi.s wi-. PERSONAL. ONEV For Marion J. Strickland, col li 1 lected In case or Saunders A Dromgoole. which he can oDtatn ny calling ai omce oi oct25 Vincent Block. niAKt FORTES AND OKOANS Properly L tuned,regulatdorrepalred,byA.M(JN NKW. Leave orders lor town or country at E. Wltzmann's Piano Store. 221 Second street, or k. A. Benson's, 317 Main street. seia HOOISS AND BOARD. OOOMS AND BOARD at 58 MONROE ST. PUuafl,u Auu-ror rai Madison street. son street. OC2t TJOARD With ud famished room, In prl- Aj vate family, at iui Aaams streeu ROOM AND BOARD Fine front room on . first floor, unfurnished, with board. Can accommodate a few day boarders also. Apply at vh I nira street, corner oi wasnington. PRIVATE BOARDINO-HOUSE, 177 second street- near tbe new Courthouse. The location of this house, in a aniet. vleaa - ant, bealtby portion of the city, ail render It I flgnre, with the accessories that in lire might part'cularly desirable for permanent or trans-1 h.ve been Its lnp!iat!on to tbe story the wrl tent boarders. Rooms large and comfortable, lier has told so well. We will not be under- the table lurnlsned with tne nest tue marset sHords, and every attention paid to gnesta to make them leel at home. oct!7 - I.r USER HOUSE has beennttea np I In the . ndsoraest stvle. Parties vlsltinE tue city will nnu rooms, witn or witnoui board, at price to suit the llmea. oco Jims. J L'liiA LLtmt.li. t-ropnetreHa. 1 r ; TTT ROOM Choice room with board In a private w ........ , j , . "" - - cars. Itefer to Colonel Knowlton. lisL- office, or J.P. Flnnle.TMMalnst. sep29 i ooMb-OEKliOtiSK. cor. Main and Beale. rL Ftitv ncwlv furnished rooms, slnele or In suits, for ireullemen only: tH and It! per month. &) and 75 centa perdar. Oood board Iffre dollars rssr week. In the building. sel WA.ST&. ITIIRW'LASS WAIIER-lnqnlreat tf 1U1S OFFICE. A7"0UR ATTENTION The Customhouse, 371 l .nd xtj Hh.ihv.L. ftdtntntni- th. nfffnn-lthe hojsc. irtves cbolcd mea s lor sic. lodclng i5c. I dilnks one dime. Open all night. oct2s I woman. Apply at Afi'KALi or nuts, i . r lit I'-ijtrm .nnnoh fnrslr horsM. with I 5y oo'SmId location and price, lrOATlO Aa bnok-keeper cr assistant; I have had experience, uooa reiereoce i given aqitcss ociz vs . w . Appeal uuice. TAND Any peiFon ho owns land on tne Parlnrnh mail. nrt 1a wllllm? to nell a nor un thereof to parties who will make valua ble improvements, can And a purchaser by aaarefytinc 1. u. iyUiAWAi, Hoatal. Ileal Estate and Collecting A rent. oct7 No. 10 MadlHon street. jEuVANT-A German servant to do eeneral O bouf-ewort for a unall family. Apply at I 300 MAI 5 i OOK A good while cookc to do tbe wort of j j a amaii iaiuii. aiiuiv hi oc2j 23i rUOST STREET. PUJ'iLS-A laay having plenty ox leisure f time is dMsiroof ol tAk..ne a few dudIIs in I muile: H canable of U-aclilnc advanced pupils. I and nnHbin them off. AddreRS. I oCa anas w. j. laaisoneu - - 1 1 i . rtY, 81 Washington Bt. Awnings of all styles itiaiiii tn nninr. i&htMtvnrk nrt J."nrnitnr I made to order, cabinet work and Furniture made and repaired, re-upbolstered, varnished, aad packed for shipment. Carpets taken up. cleaned an relald. AU work called for and de llTPred free of chanm. II. BUTTENRKKU iirKLL-UUKlNG Wells to bore with the I II Heath natentaueer: aUo.toselltheiieht tor Favette and Harwood counties. Leave I orders at Kader's planing mill, SGOHecondBt. I Nl. l Tn iPm iiAcrrftnh nnrt. I V Hyy. 1S1I?le2Pa?P.rr i inc ior new raiiroaa ana commercial oi- i fled. Addii'aclflcandAUanUcTelegraph.M" saHnpuiMBua, fzL. I YOUNG MEN-To learn telegraph opeiallng I for new railroad offices: permanent posl-1 li ns ab soon asquannea. auress I'acincana I Atlantic Tetegranh.isi Main st ..Memphis fd w LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. The city council meets to-night. The Chickasaw Guards have or dered arty uniforms from a merchant tailor or ew lorK. The Ledger man is still troubled I about the fence across Main street. near Ueor-1 Kla. lie oucht to butt it down. I Messrs. Haynes and Mathes. Dem ocratic candidates for tbe legislature, made nnanswe able .peecbes at tne r opiar street market ia.uigut. Jsicht before last a negro hog-thief named Bill Davis wascaucbtonMra.Martln-stion,we are gtaa to siaie,is Becoming more mace. south or the city. and turned over to ...v,n.iti ine auuicuue at sue iiicuci loet t nbrht was verv much annoved bv the Exuo- I sltlon whistle, which should be dispensed witn, as its noise is quite unnecessary ana at- l together provoking. I Next Tuesday's election will record ..... . . . , . I a brilliant triumph for the DemocraU of Ten- ?!ntVLhs.!s!nr35.W liberally patronized by every visitor. Iiarty in hhelby county and Memphis, despite I MnM.&ii7hvth. vonn? men lrofestor Ar thur indlcrou. effuruor salvation unon the 2. TJ? so-called "lleform" ticket. r3o mote It be. Wheeler. Marshall & Bruce, oflevenlne. tacli day but adds to the ex- Nashville, have our thanks for an Interesting cellence and popularity of this band, work enti'led Jloat-Ihi Tribulation, aOe which InsUy .elicits so much praise iinnutriv ddicaiii to Unlonoi J. tt. Kiii.Mrom the people ol our city. The brew. The book is for sale in this city by superior advaouces afforded by the Li u i i- ' I nmltlon forexhlbitinr ImDrorementa in ma- f ' Ln sj t uk wwim nuu .ju.uin k uciwu i who Interrupt the most pathetic scenes at tbe I Theater, should lemain at home or attend a variety snow, tney wouia maae capiuu or-l namcnu in a circus, but are nrst-class nul-1 tances and disgusting frauds at a theater. I AVe are informed that the police I the theater last nlaht who conducted them-1 wnc icuuisim ui icuiute uia u.run mm selves so rlalculously, but refused to do so. I w iu t-niei Aur see tuat policemen are ata-1 leet, and in sucn way-ss to give penect unt ttoned there who will perlorm their duties I form motion by a slight alternate motion of more promptly? I both feet, requiring tbe least exertion possible I'he Radicals held a meetim? at 22322?? ,?Jt . 7,JTJl iJj?m i?e w'.er S. tH.vXHn. Tht. in, rn-n.. . ,u, Fort Hekerlnr. This immense audience of fort v was addressed bv Anetutns Illlzflhl. tieueral Wllllamssu aud other Radical candl dsteson the Independent ticket for the legis laiure. Auicrsua rAiicriuge aiun t orate Sunday morulue. while Mr. J. C. Lomz was rldlne In a carrlacrfl near fh tnsnwion uepot, tne norses ran away and iiism wc veiiiciti. sviiicu iiaa mm. vnAr.nr bU ankle and knee-jotnt were dislocated. His uiigu was partially aiaiocausa ana seve.e in teinal Injuries sustained. Dr. Rogers set the dislocate bones and the patient wis fuH well yesterday afternoon, though his friends U.lVnteraafln7le b'P m"y wieimernai injurieK. LwkuiKiu tueit? was a rousinj; iletn-1 ascnDcu to tueniuger gives it Claims lor gen ocratlc meeting held at th I eral utility over another., and from Hi lone mat ketbouse. In the eighth ward. The meet-1 inc was organised by calling John W WalKer steaail mainutlnej, commend It to the pub l'j the chair aud the appointment of John It. llc- Tlie Memphis agency have displayed Downs as secreUry. speeches or an able commendable public spirit In contributing a cbaracterweremadeby Maura, a. li Havncs. good display to the Exposition. Thty have H. D. Ureer, J. Harvy Mathes, John A. alsotliehand atuchment, which Is claimed Ron nil, Luke Kinlay, George li. Pcteia. and 10 greatly facilitate work on any machine. Peyton J. Smith. The crowd was very much The arrangement for runulng machines by Interested, and paid marked attention to the wa'r a simple and cetulniy most conve speakers, all or whom were loudly applauded, n'ent contrivance when water-power is avail. A ixrlimtctlc vnnrlnr of .,i i,,. able-ts another step on tbe road to simplify- ww, in uii.viu (S.iiewoijt, HQ KtUtr. antees to the bald-beaded ptnehaserof his liquid (five dollars per Pint hottlei Uiatnew hair, suit as the rllk of a roaatinvar win commence growing In six weeks, and that a in on I lis. Sevet-a Front row mcrrhiihi. . I . Ula ui-, wn uiuamcuv UIC CMpUl m IWClVe handsome salesm.n of S!aln auStrnd "Sk'. teen clerks who wear rainbow-colored era-1 vats, invested. The doctor azreea tons nn. I dollars unless he succeeds lb T this iiXX-rili. customer, think they were sold. " I at. iirui-iiasi one o'uiock yesterday, Edward M'Uoy was arrested as a ammlMnn 1 nLiruiWnr nl I lit. T.lltl., ItArlr riatmt ..rt, . I ' . . . . " I viucci I Uaunsey, who conducted him to the Adams I smss Msuuauoiue. ss nne tne nrnnr. I searebln- MoOofs vallse.be ran oniof the . door and ttirongh tbe alley toward Washing- ton streot. hoUv nursned krlliiMiimis,.. I w no nrea several iimc-i at me fugitive. Offlcer Ilenty I3hmsn found H'Oot roLoeali in tho rear of a house near the corner or Wash- weiu buu i mm mirnnm, himi, Willi me assist. anee of the oilier ialrolrnen, dragged fcltu f -s .uu 1'i.sru mm in i sale quarters. The valise contained thirty watches, sixteen watch-chalna, six pocket knives, and ninety-two pieces of different kinds of Jewelry, all ofwhlcb.lt is thought, were stoieu.oi Colllervtlle. Judge Winters yesterday remanded MCoy to Jail. The International Hcriew for Novem ber and December baa come to hand, and with lhl Inviting table of contents! "Inter, national loinmunlcatloa by Lrtnguas-c," PhlllD ailbert Hamerton. Loudon : "History of American Architect at the National Cani- toL" James Q,. Howard: "Iron -npillea and Manntaclurct rf the United States," Prof. jonn a. newoerry, M. D , Colombia Collete "Study of Greek and Latin Classica." Prof Elliott. D.D. Western Theoloztcal f.emlnarr. Chicago; "Divorce," Hon. N. II. Davis. South Caiolloa; "The Domestic Coaimeice of the United States," Bon. S. Khellabarger, of Ohio. AMUSEMENTS. i; i Davenport in Ilamlet. Tim ThAaipr van crowded I aft night. and among those present wo were glad to no- ucemany oi our '"K -"-V-.'" ,?r7.r., professional men. wuu w w ? 91 H1". ?"i.J2S . """..."rr..;;'. "U .stnaiea "".Xr. that more uian anyj ouwr w " """ IKIaiXtE prewrlt time. Ve an "ctor worthy of the I g"" bu . nas e,aycd "Hamlet." The melan- cnoly Dane, who ulustrates so well Ihe brood ing inoodlshnen to which such as cairj rr sorrow or secret mun give wj, mvr i dil atlraetlons for those am- nittnns of histrionic honors of the hiehmt cast, and ws can well iniacloe tlie great bard himself, scholar by naluie as be was, in the profound contemplation of so subt'e and so deep a part. From the firs.1 act to the last It Is lull of suggestions of seculatloTta aUe phlloson lea which I I'Uiile the will and teach us wnai we are dui WSlL worSr'and- morepeih.rs. than any Wof tt. greaje.t I woika of ours or any language, a sped" voca Uon..Bearlng directly u,n theenhjnwrnent or " llamiei" uimseit. iney cannot oe aiigui; ed without marr.ng and detracting from that nan. no matter how well nlaved. The Owens company evidently so regarding It, JaObtd us the great pleasure or bearing testimony ti the general excellence of the performance d . as served to round nnt everv act and leave an Impres sion of unity, of something like completeness that was bel ter In lti effect than If be were the greatest "Hamlet" that ever lived. There was no room for fault-finding anywhere, the reeourcea of tho theater con sidered. Scenery and costumes both appiox -mated correctness, and the general tone and effect was the agreeable one of a desire for flnlh In all last was necessary to a proper production of the gret p'ay. The king, usually a stick, appeared .t'eamanof pails, to say the least, and theqjeen was something .nnra Ih.n tltn KhiuloW Of lOValt V. Indeed. all the characters were well tilled, those of the . .... .) i .mt ftnhlla'' Mnpctntlv. ih.hiiiii,Mi'nf the latter was In tome re spects dinereut from that ol others who have sayed tbe part, but It was good, very touch ing, tender and womanly. A very difficult character one or those tuat on ine stage, thongh serious, is near allied to the ridiculous Miss Dow played it conscientiously, throw lni? into It all the pathos, the strange and weird like effects that center in m. mei&nr.holv madness. Wallace. as first gravellgger, was quite as worthy or applause as In the obsequious attorney Mar- natural adaptation to those I !"S .i".r.".V" " jhm tmm their nroner delineation. Ho is a mnrl turtri. itnd nolle worth V to beeOnd a Et'Il ueman wnose zeat in ma art. oiuns uumius that can in the least serve to enhance It and make 11 the perfect thing It ought to be. And this Is the great quality we recuznlz3 In Mr. Davenport. We have seen artists who. to our mind, excel him In "jiamiet' lew, very lew ,u oe sum, jei. -bnt none who so reached after the details; none who bo labored to Oil the picture to re- 1 niftton. and surround the ereat. the central 1 suxsl as attempting to dwaii Jir. xavenpurt I himself. Far lrom It, lie leaves us no room I to quarrel with him, and we think too mucn I tt Htm In nttnnr ntittrchenHlnns Of the WOrlh f other men against him. Ills years or ce I vntian t, art mmmand nur resnct and svni. i n.thv. and his attainments our acKnowieog. I menu. We regard him, therefore, as he Is, land write of him as 11 he were me oniy I "Hamlet." as If he had attained to his ad- I mm)d great exceilecce by special effort of isinar.asneunuouDteuivuii - s.il . i h(B :. ; i . ... ., nt ..r nthprs.fnr In. Bance.lnthe Inter, lew with the "Ooeen" in I 'he third acL But into an analyUs of I this searching character we nave not the time to go, and certainly, as we nave I nintea anos e, nave no incuuauuu iur. SUf- I rice It that we regard Mr. Davenport a very ar.lstic "Hamlet, uinering irom oiucis m polnla of study and interpreisiiou,uui uoi iu- lerlor True, he has not Ihe voice nor Ihe quick electric movements that in the Keans,tbe Booth es, in Barrett, and Brooks, and others has left an impression of a ntrv ins. rpAtt.ss iiann; hut his conception never 1 leads blai so far awayastohldeoutofBijbt salient nolnts of the prince, who. to gen- emtlons psst, and to generations of piay- goers to come has been and mnit I be, as they presented m in, a speci s wonder. An artistic performance through- out, Ihe large and select audience tuny appre- ciaiea it as sucn, tcsiii iuk hiss ..(u,n.uuu ni.vpniihii riiw veil nleued. .Korfu- Hamlet ,, ,, ,- -, Mr.K. La. Davenport ciauams, King or jwnmariu.-u.r ij.j3oime8 i oionia, Loru v;aainoeiiaiuMr uipprcuoio Laertes. hU ,. , t . inorne Uni-ynn ,..,- ,i...,. wriiwin Know. en Marcellux. . J. Marsioa vrpr,1'"" J-1. Howard Bernardo HJL A.IIfUliday .Colin btuart Roencrantz iiulldenRtcrn -Waiter Iienn First Actor ..Cbas. J. Fyfle second Actor. w.A. Hall OiliC- Mlfcs Ada (1 lira in First Ornvedlf cer. T.J. Wallace Second Graedlgger.... CK Loon (.host of Hamlet Father Iheo, Hamilton Gertrudelaeen of ienmark. Mrs J.L Cnxbart 'riiiif iinmii Laara lkju Player Qneen. Mrs. La. E. bevmoar To-nlgnt -Mr. Davenport win appear, uy nninl rpnucwL In wbat we believe to be his vrpatft character 'Slr Giles Overreach In A Xew Way to Iay Old Debit it U a fcubstl- ituto lor jaenara in, ana a gooo I (Hlnlr it If li nil riofor. ZtiHSSl The frown iZi the lelS, below .r "Ctors, and the frowns or tne (.elect oeiow them, assert inemseivta in noises ma. are all the war from boot-Ieath to the tongue. And. speamng of the (arodsn reminds us that occasion ally there are others than those who Inhabit the callerles who dUturb the audi lenceand trench noon the peace, the harmo- nv and the unitv of rverforxnancea. For In stance, last night we had a child of tender years, whicu murmureu us tusapproDauon oi th theater as a sleeDlmranartment to the an- .n vi. .. '"UJL the e was a bunch of cIkkUdc glris with an Insane escort who spoiled raoie than one of Davenport's best scenes byalaushter tuat rouia ouiy oe roaicnea in lisanumeu ness by tbe Inopportune ravlnys of poor unneua." it nas oeen. oeverai umes noticed io us, mis paucnere or manner oninepari oi ine lEnorani lew woo can wear kwu ciouies and purchase their way to tbe theater. They seem to think It just the thing throueli tbe Play, but to make themselves connlenons bv a oolnted reference to tbelr neiicnoors ina. is noi merely in nau wkb du. an evidence or ill -breeding iross enough for any mode of rt sent men t known to tae of fended parties. There was a time when the dress - circle of our theater was conspicuous for aomethlne else than rudeness. Let us re- member that time and Imitate the virtues of tbe generation well-nigh "played out.' The Exposition, Yesterday and last night the Exposi tion was very largely attended, many of the visitors belns from the country. TheKxposl- popuiarevcry aay, anu nas oecome 'tne resort or ine voutn. neautv ana iasnton oi tne city. stand in Xjover'a vale, l astutentinree younc ladies whose cheeks riva ed the suit and brllllantdyesof tiierosetear.hadchareeof the noral stand, ana tney tnemseives nttracteu more purchasers than the pretty bouquets or- A". "irVSri e,"; i.a Lilt? Biutj ui Lii rj uun ci a ii4 uoikti vu t,uai - ,tahl nnmosps. we hone to see this floral Su SfSIJ n.mmedaV and this - . . . ' . . . . . , . tne Duraens oi worisina dwdii-.kuu rsmrciii3 of housewives and servlnc.women. are availed of by Inventors, conspicuous among whom we nna on exntDiuon a simple auu cciiaioiy most uselul contrivance by the SEWINQ-M ACHINK POWER mmmnt. of Chlcscro. throuzh their acent. does awav with tbe old treadle, about which .tir n. I. LDiunian. lull new iiuuiuiciucui ladies so much complain, is worked with both 552 P?"n n?"'" .u,."iSl Sued'trtne Mff in such way thu the needle will start in the ptoper manner lrom any point at which tho motion Is given. Tri(. Sntrivance can easllv be anniled to any machine, and works as well on one as another. Visitors should make it a joint to inspect Mr. Chapman's department, on The secona noor, near tne neau oi tne steps in me northwest corner of the main building. TUE SIXUER 8EWINa-MAUIINE. Tbe department occupied by this company is near the entrance of tbe art gallery, v here polite lady attendants takeileasnre In exlilb ltlnK the Mmter sewlna-machtne. and cleariv explaining tbe advantages of the -lcger over P' 12 l were told thKe whole - . n5 SlJ.J . .in2i? nv "W belonging to the houwwlfe .he 810 er does not perform. Truly, tbe advsntsges standing and tbe good reputation It has Flower la splendid display, at -urwviij a. TsIlWFfiWn our Tr.ayr1aira t-.rA T, 7 M'cb"cu """" " ollJ&W" CO Zizllir111 tr..... r .";.: ?or Kile on anoStr caiumn Benson a card FRESH OVBTEiu rppplveil il.lln of irin uA..,,s. m j i.- . ... . " - v.u, wumv sm riuui NPrei, . . , . , . . . . ?ff"uoi ln ?lffn8, bo tit ,n exS?i'.??,f?r.V,l,1.T.'11fEJcl ai Ptlees. HOOK A LtUltII.L,XHeoond slreet- D0W5 HOES THE PKICE. 11r....l KT,..nl I, ...,uuu .. . .. ffiiU ircan,at J. A. HKlNAIUUVl, nsneconu anu iw Main streets. LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE. "Andy-Sadlea!. Editors Appeal This is the fltst time I have ever asktd you for a place In your paper, ana it may do tne last, iuBraiiffc has been very much excited over tho question of United estates senator And what has been the result? rJuhstantlally the same as in 1S7J. when Andrew Johnson sent lioraco Alaynara in concrass. and come hear losing tbe legisla ture to ns. They are loud In their condemna Uonof tbe 'funding MIL" Ho am I. Hut who lsrespon ibis for it? A. J. lie It was that opentd the way for the election of Its support ers, ror, wKriiaiiBu k"uoui,i''iud mum taken a look at the situation, he concluded it would be doubtful, whether he would gettho uomlnaUonomot,and having confidence In himself as a demagogue, he withdrew, and after him came a loog list of adventurers, de pending on Andy to take them Into omce. Now It comes aaln. He Is the leaderofthe nameless party.or the"Andy-Iladlcil"party, for the avow a purpose of defeating the regu lar nominees. If be is a Democrat he gets into very bad company somehow. I am as much oppc sed to Jonn O. Urown as to Andrew Johnsou, with tbe excepUon above. Let s re pudiate the fuuders and the "Andy-Kadl-cals," and elect tbe regular ticket. Don t let the people be caught oysuch hlgujoundlng names as tbe People's Reform aid WorUn it- men's party. It la nothing but Anay-itaui-cau.i .... . oat.15- A I'JCIt tor I'wr ucu. Appeal While politics and laws are all tbe go. and white men's tickets, and worklngtnen's tickets, and negro UCKets are uih.ukku, -wu vn imHi tne thn lwstr men. Under the Plesent law, a man may own ahomiatead tree front execution, a pair of horses and wagon, cows, calves, sheep and hogs, amounting to some eighteen hundred dollars. If he happens to be In the farming business, or any other bus! ness that he can use such things; but if he is acleik on a salary, or a mechanic on wages without three hundred dollars worth of hni.unhr.li1 nlnnder. the law will not allow him a cai pet. or a wardrobe, or a picture, or a hundred other articles that are calculated to adorn his home and make it attractive to him. Even niswaces.scaniyas tney may oe, tnnct nival-. h kcut fnllv drawn. or at least within thirty dollars or it, or the constable can take them; and some employers make It a rule to dlschrugeany one lrom their employ for whose waga they are garnishtd. Thus, a man may be out ol employment ior a monin r turn, stilt neee&sarltv tret a few dollars be hind, and perhaps when next employed caii only get hU pay once each month, which, uh.n rin -trill hA nvpr the tlilrtv dollars. A malicious creditor can garnishee hia employer and stop all his pay. and perhaps cet the man dis- Aliunrnrt fnr a ftmiLlT debt. thOQiih tbfl debtor may not have thre3 hundred do lara wortli of property, and the creditor ruayoweatnousand or filteen hundred dol lars and hald eighteen hundred dollars worth of property Ireeirom execution, and that will make his living without the fear of discharge ftooianyone. X-et thelawbechaneed raak lug all salaries free from exrcutiou, and al lowing a man so much pewonai property as mv iiA rwpsrv fmr his family-fay ft ve or six hundred dollars to be selected In any thing he may choose; anu not say your wile maKes your carpet you may ae one, hut von fchnli not huvona and keen It. and that if Mr.C prefers a wardrobe to a bureau he may have iU A cam. according to the present law a creditor can pal an account into a constable's hands of his own selection ; tbe constable can herve the Bummoos one day, cet the trial for the next, get a j uugment , and the third or fourth day make a levy; but U he has tbe kind 01 property me iw hjb uv may have, notwithstanding H may be tree from execution, It gives him credit, so thai he can stay his dent for eight months Bat the man who has not got that kind of proper ty mut raise the money or have his carpet taken. or his wages earn Is heed, and perhaps discharged. The law should be changed w mat a inai&uoaia not iae pmca u uau ifn rinrs nfir tsprvim of summoDS. and an c.Tv-Miti.'.n run flfi-n davs before a levy, and a bale ten days after a levy, and repeal the stay la. a Lian would thus have a full monxii o p-y .a er iuo biuu i.tt wages w lonthly ne could meet the ex-cir. t Cs, iie,anareonanequauiy wnb his more pro-iprroosneighDor, wnocoum nut take advunlaee of a slay law that is onj . a benefit 'o those who have proprrty and who ar. best i0le to pay. i uan ju.ab I hat will be iSio irect f Itepndiallou. Editors ArrEAij While our polit ical circles are m much agititea over ine great all-absorbing question, tire State debt, and the various means and policies ad vane d for reducing, or, U neces-sary, repu lating the Karae, would it not be well for us to look a 111 tle to tbe other side of the picture before this ImnntUnt tstr. In miula- and have some of the advocates of this measure point to ns what will be tbeaiter-condtuon or our now wormy State, wtio e name is the tynonim oi nonemj and what will be her loss when cisrobed ol ibis fair uanie-fetlirmatlziKl with approbilums of repudiating, even at the pal not relieving herself of a debt, thoaah great it may be, was maae wzio ner sanction, ana waicii iu uuuur, at least, she ts bound to hold Inviolable ? And secondly, how and In what way is this to be accomplished T Should we determine to yield io what teems to be the popular wihli.and wln oat with nne stroke thwhole or even kauy portion oi id is ueuu, buu iuus, m me iuu myprt ni nnfl ni ilk niivucnu-. ieuit ui frermcn, uutrammd t without obligations wnicu we una it liaraio meeu uuu iojuiu that nth frrrtlnm. (even were it possible! should be purchased at t uch a price, ihere Is a moral obligation upon every Individual to meet his Just debts, and when be falls to so do, li irom mammy, ue is puieu; nut, 11, naviug the niban4 and ability, he then does not com ply, he lsju!tlj- branded as a defrauder dis honest, aud forever unworthy of that credit lormeny enjoyea. inose woo nave suuereu bv his treacnerv can never acain be persuaded Into the condition of trusting him, however fair and per&i&teni his promises. JJs.es not, mis Imtrnteof 1udt?ment artDlv enuaily true to tbe State in lact. Is she not bound and ex nee ted to dl nlavaruleof conduct even more rigid and circumspect toward tbe faithful per- xormanceoi obligations man mat oi me pri vate citizen? In tbe one case, the honor and Integrity of one Is at slake; iu the other, that of the whole people and their future generations to come. I hold it to be the dnty of every State to watcn with jealous care anu Keep untarnished her credit, to consider as sacred tboe debts which she hssin confidence and good faith contracted with her people. And a lallure to to do, not only blaaUhername with a stigma which even time cannot efface, but the cunnaence and trust or her citizens ue serta her; foreign capital shuns her borders as a line in whleh their investments are Jeopard ized, and all commeroe and enterprise must of necessity cease to flow within her limits. Uy repudiating she teaches her people by her example, aud they who nave been taught to look to their sovereign as a criterion lor alt that Is Just, right and honorable, are too apt to follow her steps In this; and disregard their fellow men. such results are aud must for ever be reaped by those whoattempt to avoid their Just debbt. But to tne second partorour inquiry, how Is this to be effected? Can we lepudlate? Is It In the power ol one of tbe contracting parties, with oot the sanction or authority of the other, to violate a contract which has been solemnly entered Into. Morally, this question needi no answer, for there are none s lenorant of the laws of J ustlce as to rabve an issue upon it. if, then, thl proposi tion cannot nnu an aavocate, wmu woum we think should it be attempted by a party (the State, for instance, in tbls case), who has alone received tbe benefit under the contract, j and rested and nourished under tlie emola meuts thereby required, and now only pro-, poses to cancel when the day of payment comes? What would the law say to thiscj For should such be attempted on tbe part of; the State, It ts fair to presume all bo'ders of bonds would call to their aid the rlchu iruar- 1 antt'ed by the conttitutlen. nw, in the de- ! claratlon of lights of the constitution, article ! one, sub-section twenty, is the tol lowing pro- ! hibltlon; No laws impairing the obligations I ot contracts shall be passed: and although : uic legislature nas oiien, in vioiauon oi mis clause, passed laws w hlch have had the ellect of Impairing the ob 1 gallons between par ties, tby have been always declared void and of no effect, and must ever share a similar fate when brought for construction Deiore a wire ana eniuntenta court. This section has been so often tested that there is now no man who Is familiar with the authorities will jor a moment doubt its result whenever construction thereon is demanded. Then how are tae advocates of this repudiation measure to overcome this section t win they nave a convention and strike It from the nates of the constitution? If so they are met with a similar one, equally as strong and as fatal to tbelr measure In that ol tbe United States, which declares that .No State shall nam a tetroe'Deettve law. or one impairing i-no ouigauousoi contracts." wui mey say mat sucn pronimuon is in tended to apply only to Individuals, and the State exempland cannot Deforced to meas ure her obligations by such laws? Such an argument cannot ficd lodgment for a mo ment with anv welMnfnimed man: and. be sides, our couits have long since set this at re-t, and there cannot be a doubt as to suci iiaouiiy equally witn indi viduals. Notr.lt does seem that States beintr liable with individuals upon tbelr contracts, it Is useless, lis well as impracticable, forour people to further discuss tbls question, for any display or willingness to repadiate mnst necessarily prove Injurious to tbe credit of thecU'6;an i '.( t cannot be effected, why aultttt' ,fi can, will someone inform nt hnw?Oneof the kdvocates of this rar aMiro. Hft h Ju .tlfiCAtlonor Its end, cites Mr. Jelfersou ior raying iiiHi u - I'tiiii'iuni ueut buuuiu uui be rac-jn raced, and that nineteen years Is a ru indent duration for any bond.' sucb.no dotint. would be i siood rule It adopted by a State; bat we cam ot seo how this would be lnconsikienL wiui uur puniiiuu, ur Muy mi thorlfv for that taken bv this eentleman:for surely no one will believe that Mr. Jetfenton ever dreamed that tbls language would be construed against him, to the effect th t par ties should oe allowed to dispute their boajV If Issued for a longer period than nineteen year?, but only that it waanot well to do so. asli had a tendency to create a perpetual debt As a furturr Justification, tbe same ad vocate cites examples or other States repadl ati n g, and argues that the stat uU of limitation vhiPhhArftiM&lxTMrs.is same authority ior our ridding ourselves of a bonded debt as old as forty years. Now, this gentleman well KnOWS mat me biaium ui muimuuu ucu begins to run until tbe debt Is past due, which differs from the present ca;e,in which he proposes to repudiate before it is due, and, besides, this lawlsi-ased on the presumption thai tartpht -which has been over-doe forslx years is presumed to have been paid, conse quently, the adoption o. the statute accord ing tbe presumption. Whereas, the debt he faors cot paying, be acknowledges has not been paid, and be even, itbout the aid of the : statute, aud In violation or all law and Jus tico, proposes to repudiate. While I entertain ; ihiat nnnositlon at all attempts of repudiation. do not uoderstand that 1 wUu to deprive the Stalo of her light to defend herself against Ibohe liabilities which are not In fact her ; own, but have neen sauaiea upon ner wiui out law or authority. These, If she has any such, are liable to all the defenses' given by thn law against unJuU claims, and she un doubtedly has the right to avail herself of mem. .w.s-uu.uviii'iii.. PERSONAL. Yesterday Judcie Tom Holeman, of tho coonly court, received the sad tldlngiof the death oi ins iatuer,jaraes iioieraan, sr., ln I'earsoncountyrNorth'Jarollna. Themany Irlends of Judge iloleman tender him their sincere sympathies In his bereavement. Mr. Wiiijam Conmers. a DODuIar and et teemed citizen of Laudetdale county, is ln the city, the guest or Dr. W. E. Bog ers. Mr. Oonncrs hss been recenily ap pointed a member of the hoard or commis sioners to locate tbe western lunatic asylum. lie nils the vacanty caused oy tne resigna. lion or u. r . fjummins, ot i. ns. We are pleased to state that Professor M ueller, Ihe popularand accomplished terpsl chorean artist who arlorded suen brilliant en tertaltiments ti, our people last spilng, re turned esterday and will open his dancing academy next Monday. Sett Saturday after nnoa he will give a grand danrmg matinee at the Memphis eluh hall, to which Ills uumer oos isilrous, friend and Uic public are cor dially invited, ' TKinirri: or nESPiicrr BeaolnlloDH hy the lnlora Assocla- Ion on i be Heath of Key. JL. C. llMiiaom. Tho commlttco apiiolnted by the- pas- ..uul.Unn tn (irMAtlt roSnlUtiOUS il r in t iw. ,1 jd 1 1, nl nar brother. Iley. LsC. Hansom, present the following as their "vuKKrjjiK, On to Iwenty-flrst Instant, it pleased our Heavenly Father to call home onr limthnr- itev. ts u. itansom, pastor or the First Cumberland Tresbylerlan churcb, i .d,nf iiitHSMirlKiloti. and also lis sec relary: and whereas, we desire to place oil record some tribute or our high esteem for him us n brother beloved, and ol our affee tlonato remembrance of liU ministerial Braces; therefore, ittniml That lu lite death of brother IlaU' som, this association realize the loss of a wise counsellor, a laborious ana conscientious pas tor. and a rumarkablv humbio. pious and cou secrated minister ol the glorious gospel of the Diesea tioa. Jtaolval, That we deeply sympathise with the church over whicu he had charge lor six years, aua wnoMt pnipit nas again oeen va- t-aieu uy ueatn. v o trust tuat tue ueceaso their latooattor. as well as his life, mar 1 doand io the glory ol Ood, and tbelr spiritual good. Jteitlved,?lii we have no words with which to voice our sympatny witn tue wite nna lit' tie children of our deceased brother. We can and no. nrav lor them: and may the prayers of Ihelr husband and lather be answered tor them, and In them, until they all meet heaven. li tolv d. That the forezoiuz preamble and resolutions be recorded ou our minutes, and mat a copy uo irausimiiea iu tne lamuy. Kespectl ully submitted, K. LiANOUUM, K. V. 8LATKK, lCTAYLOK. October L7, 1S7I. Uommltiec. IMl'OKTAHT TO TAX-PAYEKS, The tost nud (Iiarrcra on Iellnqnen Tnxes Delinquents Ileally lit Sponsible for Kxcrailve Taxation. Eorrons Appeai, Several persons in terested have asked me to make&tatemer'b fnr thpm of the amount of dellnauent taxes. with other faclsto be drawn from tbe books lu tbe office of tho commissioner ot revenue, for public use. As I have not the time to do tbis in all cases, I preseot for publication ine fnltnuMne fn.MA. with a few remarks bearlnz on the present canvas suggested by there lacts. l ue noons MlUWIUg mo huiuuui ui ur Itr.ntipnttAxeslnKhelbvcountv. irom lbG't U istii InnlnslvA. are in this office. Theaellu qnent books for 1371 are in the clerk's office ot tne nrst circuit couit. imwi uuuisn .nuw ihe amount oi aetinquent iaz.es aa iunu.a; For 1805, Mate tax S 1712 " Ouuntytax 111 Total amouutdellnquent for lK5.f CS.Olli For lflK, State tlx County tax. s,7ia Total amount for 186S. l 63,713 For 1SC7, ftate tox . 57,116 . lll,17o County tax- Total amount for 15C7 J16392 SI ForlS56.SUte tax- ) 82,670 .. 66,33o County tax. Total amount for 94,026 tVirlSin HInt Inx f SOS'A 01 " County tax . 121,8a) li Total amount for lStiU - For 1870, State tax 5 1111 91 County tax- - w,sis ei Total araonut for 1S70- For 1871, Htate lax . " County tax. Total amount for IS71 J173,0b7 40 During these same years the rates of taxa tion were as iouokb: In 1165. State tax 25 cents on SICO ("onntv tax. 25 cents on SIUU In 1S68, Btato tax- S7$ cents on 10J tOODiy tH.. i i i. WCTUMUU.IW In 18S7, state l.r l- cenu on 1 100 Couity tax.. i cents on 10U In 188, Htate tax. Mtdj cenlB on situ .120 cents on JUC 00 cents on 100 .130 cents on SIOO County tax. in law, mate tax.. county lax. Inls70.biatetax .20 cents on 1100 County tax.. .V,i cenu on SIOO In 1871, ritatetai . w ceuis on eiwi 1C7! cents on SlCt) " county tax. j-1 1 r 1 1 1 m same Leiiuu lu.i u. nuui jnu, iw 1S71 the State paid in cash the sum or S71.G05 to the collector, clerk and printer on these de linquent lists, a little over 10,000 a year, for entering, recording and publishing u llsl o: Ino-ie wno latieu to pay tneir isttss Tliese facts, taken from tbe records, lead un nnstlnnahlv In th following conclusions: First The Shite tax is a veiy small portion of tbe burden now borne by the people or isheiuy county, anu tne state nas aunuau llghtened that burden to the extent of 5.0,000 a year, oy tne paymrnt oi an expenses iu' curred on those large delinquent lists. Second The dellnouenl list increased stead' Uy from 1805 to 1871, when we take the propor tion of values assessed noon the property, ex- cent fnr tbe vears and 1870. Durlnz the seven years mentioned the Itadlcal party had possession of tne omce oi lax-coiicctor,!! i am correcuy inmnuru. Third The taxes must continue to be In creased annually, steadily and certainly, a: lone as such dellnanent lax-lists are permit ted to accrue. If, as I am advised, tne city delinquent lists are larger ln proportion than tli.se estate and county lists, Jast in that pro portion must me ouruen oi taxation uo in fi-RAjus-l vwir bv vear. Fourth If we are to have any real and proper retrenchment and reform which is to liehtn the burden of taxatton.lt ongbt to be gin ln our county and municipal affairs. The idea has been suggested that all the offices now empioyea in me aasesssment anu collec tion of revenue ebould bo concentrated ln one. The facta above staled certainly support thai suggestion witn a most powenui argu men. Flub irthe people wsnt tne offices in ine State, county and city properly and honestly administered, they will certainly act with the least wiscom li tney select tuem irom tne party wmen controlled irom iis to tan, in clusive. The defect has been more in the x ecntion of th laws or our good btateuurin; tbe period mentioned than ln the laws them selves, i ours truiy, A CARD TO TUE PUBLIC. Fir tli and Last flirt Concert in Aid of the Public Library or Kentucky, The inanatrement have determined to have Ibo drawing of the fifth and last Gift Concert of the Public Library of Kentucky on the thirtieth day of November next. We bel'cve now that all the tickets will be sold, and that the drawing will be a full one, but wnetherall are sold or not. the drawing will nevertheless certainly come off on the day appointed. The special object of this card is io call a meeting ui tue itcisri-uuiuerci as fnniic norary nan. on tne tweniiemoi No vember, to make arrangements ln connection with the committee appointed by tbe trustees to superintend tbe counting of the tags repre senting tno numoers oi iicseot soiu. nuue there Is no actual necessity for the presence of tlcket'holders, as under our arrangements the interests of all are equally cared for, yet at the same lime I would greatly prefer that as many of those interested as can would attend this meeting, and see each for himself bow per fectly fair and Impartial tbe distribution (aatsa?! 1SC, a.a C1J UinugCUlCUi lisU Ilift'lS for the drawl de: but little more than a month remains for the sale of the remainder ot the tickets, and whatever is done must re done promptly. THOS. E. UBAMLETTE, Agent and Manager. Louiavii li. Ky- Octber2i 1S71 For full Information apply to li. II Samuel Xo. 6 West Court street, Memphis, Ten nets ee, The cheapest and beat Steam Dyeing and Cleanisij House in tbe city Is at 2ttt Se cond street. hAJuwa s waliliu Plain and decorative paper h anemia. latest desIiitiK, endless variety, at popular prices. HID (J1.0VES! KM) GLOVES! li: unitt: ji iiiiis. Will oiien this mornlnc 130 dozen liest qnallllea Kid Gloves, all shades nod colors. 1. bnllon, 3.1e aud 30c. 2. bntlou,7Sr, ()c, !0c. 3-butlon, SI, 81 10, 81 S3. Opera, strf el wrnr.nnrt evening colorr. The best floods ever oirernl, and worth double price. 320 and S32 Halo street. 0TSTEII FESTXTAL. A festival for the lienetlt of Hip or phans Of tlie Church Hump, linrtftr IhA m.in. sgement cf the lady managers, will behbld at No. 37 South Court street, commencing on Thursday, the twenty-ninth Instant, where oister ln every 6tyle, and other substantial reiresuiueuus win ue served; also ice cream and delicacies. Orwn all ilav ami nntn twelve o'clock at nlBbt. The public are respectfully Invited to attend and assist this worthy nn- uetiuisiiig. HoRiiiRLE Murder, unnaralleled In theaunalsof hlstorvl nnnt .trwiMi tn is. suns i-iui;i.iiihuuui tne Killing oi me u'g fat Oysters al Karrell's and at the Exposition, as well as hlsttnlaaeAe bouse, ia Jefferson, near Main street, where numerous hands are busy killing. The big lata opened fresh Io families al Un cents per dozen, forty cents percanjour dollars ner barrel, t-alnnn nriees with trimmings, twenty-five cents, stewed or raw; at Kiposllion building, extra rates. one inousana narreisror ssle at four dollars per barrel. Three thoussnd cans at forty cents, li.g fats. JOiEPH KAltltELL. P.B. A man that can't walk over sawdust I don't want nis traae. IsnTJRil. The Instantaneous cure for itruraraio. ueo. vs . Jones A (M keep It. Bum ford Yeast Powders are the cheapest yeast powders, being full weight and good. utiivatt, Mnaiatw S10 to 1000 invested in stocks and trold pays 30 per', a month. Send for particulars. U'umbndge A Co Bankers, 2 Wall tt N. Y. If you want a hydrant, street-washer, nrninmbine of any kind, you can rret it at Browne's, 16 Jeflerson street where you are sure io ne sniieu in siyio anu price. LADIES' UNDERWEAR. A lot oflloenuderwear, bouelil at pan. Io prices, HBd offer d sit real barcaiia.la opeiiKt sfeak.n Broa.. ancbsikcheBilae., icoml nitlcle, well mad, nc oe to 81s Titgllt.dressea, loll lenrrib, well msa.,st T5pio8Ji .bins riomTSe io 83: Indies' drawer, tjoe In 81 3-1. .Ibeae good, sis very rbese. and llifre In no bnmbar Bbonl it. ncriliEa IJ litis. Men's calf shoes at $1, from the late Ote.alll.ilorrls&Bro.s,!. Malnstreet, MILLINERY OO0US. I,EDBBIK BltOH. Henr firrlvnrs, frrsli toods, in all latest Silk Velvets, 81 SS to 8- SO, beat Crefelt maltts, IneluiiiaK l Wnvy lime, Unrinelllue. f 'Mrdlnnl, Far Ilrown, jnnrrou, Millaa, Prans, Myrlle. rtronae. VHiillln, -Lnvender, Mode, nna oilier shade. Turnnolsennd yitrnonNllks.brst qnsl llles.xift IlDl.li,.-0e.73c,8I,ln all uew- eat anades nnd colors. Osiririi I'lunies.very larpe assortment, 7e io 83 : clienpear, ever aula. Mlbbons.aH wldllis and colora. Groa- rain,sii iiik, ivcu i-ze. joe. Headed I.ncea and Trlinmlnia. Headed fockeU, 2Je Io 73c. Iliaded nrlls.30c.73c, 00c. Headed rrlnsed, elrgaul, 81 00,83. New novelties dally, at 10 per cent. above cose. 230 and S22 Slain street. KAUFMAS'.S SALOON. We invite special attention to the nnnnlnr and wellstocked saloon and restau rant of A. Kaufman, Wo. 20 Hecond street. Kaurman is now prepareu to lurnisii an kinriunr firiuksof the best Honor, brandies. wines, and user, lie makes a specialty of tumpiuous tare, auu seui we uost ui ukm. n. all hours. Mottonly this, but fresh, delicious oysters, direct from their home ln the sen, are served nplnlhe shell, fried, stewed, broiled, etc., at all hours and for the most .moderate prices. Kaurman knows how to keep a first class restaurant, and Is not excelled by any inau, not even those who have prepareu royal uanquets anu isiugiy icanss. TO COTTON SHIPPERS. If you want your cotton delivered by a fast freight line oi unuouoiea capacity, ouo thatrnn pIva njtsnnince of time, safety, econ omy ln handling, and certainty of prompt de livery to an points in tne UDIMJUOUllSUU l-'nm. rail on I'antaln VA. Hart- contracting agent fortbe lilue IJne, over the New York Central and connecilng roods, and by best and fastest steamship lines to Europe. Office 17 Madison strtet, la Tomltnsou's office. Smokers will alwavs be certain ol flnp. nnnlti.rfttiHl. and strictly clean clears. by buying only those made by D. Illrech A Co, 1T4 Water street. Mew York; factory. So. io, tniru cuiivcuuu uisiiit., a, o ivi.i Everyone can request to be ahown Ibebox, and mereDy ascertain tne name ot tue juuu lac lory number. u. aia?v,u s.u, SARTORICS & REI.N1U Now occupy the large and commodious store, Nos. 45 and 17 Jefferson street, where lhetr fai-Hltics will enable them toelve retail ers an opportunity to purcase from a- large and 1 ... , .,..s. .r .K-.n .l.m ...wl tinntrur.' arucies. NOTICE. Office or the Ureat Red KTont. We understand that certain parties in the city are imitating cur price-list circulars ln our well-established red colors, ior obvious reasons. Wo therefore caution the public not to be imposed upon by such fictitious and sham circulars, riease remember the fact Tbe Ureat Red Store, which sells the cheapest dry goods, booU, shoes, and carpets ; that uan- not and will not be undersold by any house in the clly, generally signs WM. FRANK CO. 219 Main street, Opposite Odd-Fellows' Hall LADIES' C0STDMES. We hive now open a liandaome line of ladles' snlt. In alpacas, poplins, serges. and aalleeas.at 8!!. 810, 812 SO, and 815. inlirn loosni iiiriu. ntsafs, auva LIVINGSTON & UOMPAN Y, DoarisncAKn foheigx bahkebs. 10 FINE STREET, NEW YORK. Conservatively organized for doing tbe business or out-of-town banKS, Dangers, mnsnratinns. merchants and Individuals. Usual Interest allowed on dally balances. Collections made and promptly remitted. Vorrttpondence toKcitetL Exchange on princi pal cities oi Europe. , ......... .-.... I..1.T1 1, . nn ltl lUOlU.1, AS Et Vf 1CXS-S V.V London, FACTS iTORTII KNOWING. Duriutr a recent trial or comparison of ordinary baking powders in New York, with Dooley's Yeast Powders, It was shown conclusively that better results were attained with Iromone-baV to two-thirds tho quanti ty of the latter, than with any other iu mar ket. The secret of tbe success lies ln the care with which Dojley'a Yeast I'owder Is pre pared, and Its entire freedom from substances that are injurious to the system. We challenge comparison at any and all times. The verdict or the consumer is always in our lavor. r or aaie uy an grocers. Remember, onlv live davs more, all wool undershirts at II. worth tl, at II. Morris it Bro.'s, 4U8 jiain e'reet. Attend Bobertsoii'a Business College i A coxflete new and elezant line of Window Shades Just received, and tor sale cheap by uooic A muriu. aaaecono au ect. COKE, COKE, COKE. Lav in coke while it is cheap. For sale by all the coal dealers and the gas com pany. THE MEMPHIS fcTEAJI DTEIN8 Estatablishaient, 61 Madison street. Is open for the fall season. Best work, at prices to suit the times. 11. A. HOLliENllEKa, Proprietor. Calcimininq and House Paintlnc execnted neat, quick, cneap ana uuraoie. HOOK A LAGIlILUiii Becoud street. Gents' heavy undershirts at 37) cents apiece, irom me late nre, at tt. aigms et lire's, 103 Main street. Fleishmanns & Co.'s compressed east, the best article offered ln tbe market. or sale ny au grocers, ask ior uirections. Be sure and co to H. Morris & Bro.'s, 10S Main street, for one of those fine white shirts at SI oO, worth S2 75. Kumford Yeast Powders have been used for two years bv the best people In Mem phis. OLIVER, FINNIC. k CO. Hook & LaGrill's celebrated Kureka rnof.coating, the cheapes. and best in use. W. o P QC1UUU HICCS ADDITIONAL RIVJER SJVWS. BT TILEOEAPH. Ciscissati. October 27. River 1 feet incbes and stationary. Weather fair and waim. Nashville. October 27. The river is falllrj" slowly, with 2 feet 3 inches full on the snoais. weatntrciear anapieaanu Locisville, October 27. Wver falling, with feet 11 Inches ln thecanal. Arrived: look out and tow, lomeroy. Departed: Lookout and baiges, Fomeroy. Weather clear and warm. PiTTsntjKO. October 27. River 10 Inches and stationary. Weather warm and pleasant. New Orleans. October 27-Weather clear nnd warm. Arrived: Carrie V. Kountz, John Kyle, BU Louis. I eparted: II. C. Yaeger, au Louis; Shannon, Ohio river. Kvajtsvillx. October 27. River falling. with 1 9-10 feet by tbe gauge. Weatner clear. jtercury oi io uown : xucit junuwu, o p.m.; Cobb Cecil, I pjn. Up: Ueorge Roberts, Sa.m.:Eddwlllc. 11 n.m.: tillverthorn. 1 run. Business very light. St. Loiiih. October 27 River falline slowly. Weather cloudy and warm, with a slight rain tA.nlffht. ArrlvMl; flrand Tower. Memphis: Jnhntiin. Kisntcnk. John F- Tolle. New Or- leana. Departed : jounson, nsuiiwij va ICKSDUrg, VlCKSDUrg. Caxko. October 27, Noon. Weather clear and pleasant. Arrived: City of Alton, St, Louis, 6p.m.: Thomas rrnnnei,Mound laiy, ,.,t.in. iw. .1. r,iil. in tt m TtnarfMlf Trunnel, Men-phis, II a.m.; MolIIe Moore, New Orleans, iL Night Arrived: Colora do, Vlcksbnrg, noon, liepanea: voiorauo, St. Louts, 1 p.m. River t feet 11 Inches and stationary. Weather clear and warm. ADDITI QKAL MARKETS. ur telegkaph. SAVANNAH. October 27.-Co'.tou dull: midmine. iistc: low miuaiinirs. uvsc: irooa ordinary, UHo; net receipts, WIS bales; gross rer-e! nts. 4oi5' bales: extvoris. to Great lirltaln. SU34 bales; coastwise, IIS bales; sales, HSJ bale. ttnntr ss ....v... v- rv,in ...I... .,1,1 dllng, llc; low middling, l0.c; good ordi nary, 135;c; net receipts, IK! Dales; exports, coastwise, itto uaies; tales, xvw uaics. CHARLESTON. October 27. Cotton easy middlings. 14,c: low mlddllnes. lSTc: cood ordinary, 13c; net receipts, 3059 bales; ex ports, coastwise, 1(07 bales; sales, IIXXI bales. HCGU TORRANCE. I THOS. WELLFORD. Lata witn W. A 8. Jack & Co TORRANCE & WELLFORD Successors to Hugh Torrance A Son, COTTON FACTORS AND General Commission Merchants, So. 19 Jefferson Street, 0pp. Commercial Hotel. Jtomphlg. Tean A. TAOQAXO. B. VACCAKO. A. B. V A CO ABO C SICKKASjr. A. VACCABO c& CO. Importers end Itotvsera In WINES, XsZaUORS AND CIGAHS, No. 824 Front StnttK. i Memphis. txiLK AfinNTu mm COOK'S t'iLOrAUMt. IHl'EKIU STEAMBOATS. IfOR OAIIIO AND HT. LOUlrj Mempbls and St. Louis racttct Compasy For Hickman. Oolumbns, Cairo and Bt. Louis. Bteamer CITY OF CHESTER, JT. Zelgler -- - -- rtiTBSr Leaves TIlUR8UAV,oct.2Stb, at 6 p.m. o ..... AD.hTORM, Hunt Mississippi niv.r Klevalor company. If OR ABKAK8AB BIVBR. FOR PINE BLUFF AND WAY LANDINGS Regular United btatca Mall Packet. S"ort twib.son, r&LZZ Ed. Noland....raasterl John Harbin .. clerk Leaves TH URn DA Y, October rsth, at 5 nan. GLENN VINHON, Agenbt, ocM on Wbarfboat. foot Court st. FOB NEW ORLKAN8. fit- IioalR sod Xcw Orleans PaekelCo. For VIeksburg.Natchez and New Orleans. Btr. CITY OF ALTON -li. Blxby, master This elegant passenger steamer . -, will leave aa above r"7T '"Yi THIS DAY, October 2Slh, at S pjn. For freight or passage apply to J.T. WASIIJNOTON.Agu, 10 Madison at. Memphis and New Orleans Packet For Vlcksborg. Natchez and New Orleans. Sir. ttello lee, jSt. J. F. Hicks , master Leaves THURSDAY October 21th. at 5 pjn. GLENN A VINHON, Agents, oclTT Wharf boat, foot Court st. Itennlar Memphis and New Orleans Packet for lbs Neassn. Leaving Memphis Every Alternate Thursday, commencing October 15lb, 1871. Str. IIELLK LEE .1. P. Hicks, master Alf. '-rtnm Clerk. This elegant steamer wHl leave .l a aa above OaTaUsanC THURSDAY. October 29th, at a p.m. Will give Tbrongh mux Lading to Liver pool over Mississippi and Ilamluican B team ship Company's riteomers,or by sail vessel). ..r trmirni or immuvs applv t s J. T. WASHINGTON. Agent, 10 Madison st. The REI.LIC LEE will pay particular atten tion to all way and bend business, and asks a liberal share of the patronage so generously bestowed lu days gone bv. oct27 FOR WHITE RIVER. Memphis and White River Packet Co.-U. 8 Mall Line. For Auguta, Jackson port and all way Landings on wnite tuver. Sir. Mary JJoyu, John D. Kltlott. .master J D.R.HnllTv an ...clerk Leave WEDNESDAY, Oct. 2Stb, at s pjn. sror freight or passage apply w GLENN A VINSON, Agenta, . Wharfhoat, root of (urt. OC27 FOR NEW ORLEANS. Be euIm- Memphis and New Orleans Pbt. for the Season. Leaves Memphis for New Orleans and Ihe Bends every alternate THURSDAY, com mencing October 8. 1874. Str. Jno. B. Maude, J. F. Noel master I J. H. Sedam cleric Leaves Memphis THURSDAY. Oct. 22d. at S p. in. ramcuiar attention paid io an way anu Bend business. For freight or passage, ap ply to J. T. WASHINGTON Agent. 10 Madison sr. FOR HELENA & FRIAR'S POINT For Helena, Friars Point and the Bends. TRI-WEEKLY PACKET. The elegant and fleet aide-wheel passenger steamer Lee master I Lee clerk Will leave as above every Monday. Wednes day and Friday throughout the year. rrireignoraasKejijmtyonoaru FOR HELENA. For Helena and Way Landings. The staunch and comfortable steamer Hi. IPrancis, nlr,s5Ml 8. Raskett master I D. P.Davis.. clerk Will leave as above every Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday mrongnout me season, FOR OSCEOLA. YVF. Hire CMJMK TO STAY. For Randolph. Fulton. Osceola, and all Land lugs on toe way x.iegnt siuewueei steamer . W. CJlieeli:, Will depart as above on MONDAY, WEDNlii- ua x ana ftuuAi oi eaca ween. For IreUht or paaaage apply on board Randolph, Fnlton. Osceola and Jobn rod's Lanainc: SfrahueeKiy and Frank .Forrest, O. K. Jopllnmastei I J. W. Rhodes clerk win leave every aiur.iJ.A.1 ana irujJAX maaing ail me coast isnuings. Mir mieni or pawtsrs snmr nn nmtrn. C1IKEK LINE. Memphis and Vlcksbnrg Packet Company r or rteiena, rnars roint ana tne uenas u. a. Jiaii to rapoieon. ntsc sivrniT. Illinois, rLvJsS lviarK Kauneeic niabuir. Iieaves TUiUA Y8 aiifl .SATU KDAYy , 5 pjn, A. J. WJiile, smt ueorrre 3iaione ....master. Leaves ilONDAlB and THURSDAYS. 5 pan. f or irelgnt or passage apply on ooaru, or 10 awn. sir. rHKirK.nr.'v2h8 Front street. J. C. STANTON. JE83E MOORE. STANTON & I00BE (Established In 1813,) GROOBHS, COHON FACTORS COHHISSION HBRCHM1TS, ABO SXALZSS IS Plantation Supplies. 50. 822 FBOXT STKEET. Consignments of Cotton and Western rrsascs resporirnilTPOlieuea. D. ZELLNER. E. L. GOLDBACM, ellner & Co 3391 MAIN ST.1 389 Keep ronstantlj on haad tho largest as sortmeot of tbe best caslom-raa Je Boots and Shoes, and offer to sell them cheaper than any other firm in tbe citr. Be sn re and remember the place, 389 MAIN STREET. 389 EWELRYi NEW STYLES! LOW PRICES! MM & GO. 265 Main St, cor. Court, OFFER A VERY FINE STOCK OK AND NEW CAMEOS, BLACK ONYX, BOHaX GOLD A5D COBAIi, Sets of Brooches and Ear Biogs, AT LOW PRICES. tar THEY INVITE AN INSPECTION." TRDNE FACTORY 352 MAIN STREET. J. etc.. manufectarea at home, as low ancf advantAeeoasly as can be haa ln any market on tbe continent. IN RETAIL, we redaced pricesand dore- pairtns on eaon nouce.ana in a 7ortman W. II. GOODLETT. J. E. GO0DLKXT. GOODLETT & GO. COTTON FACTORS, 282 Front St., xMempliiSs t'ODilgtunenU solicited, ta jaw .sitors to the WILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE HAS OPENED AT MENKEN BROTHERS , 00K AT TEE PRICES DRESS GOO 1'Dlorm Alpacas Itookfoldciotb Hhade Alpacas. uuij'irMViumiaill iruui wool ('aihernerft... Fancy Vrta (ioods, from Domestics Jlleachetl Dome ties Pruaru Lomextics (beavy goods). . riald Omaborgs (heavy) , , riaui ijineyw Heavy Jeans SILKS! SILKS! SILK Ktrlped Hilks.. niocis alias Colored Hllks Also, nne tsonnet uashemere silks, liellon uroa urain and ouer nne makes, at low prices. VELVET AID CLOTH CLOAKS! Silk Velvet Cloaks.. Cloth Closk.... C:otb Polonaises a greafbargaln at. Hleeveless Jackets In Casbemere, cmoroiuerea anu ueauea uasnemere Phoulder Shawls Ottoman Shawls I'lald Large Shawls. Men's Fine Shoes, Good Shoes, warranted tn every respect, BooU for Men and Boys, Cheap and Uood. TRIMMINGS ! TRIMMINGS ! Black Beaded Gimps, 5c, 10c, 15c, 23c: Passementerie, 407, F0c,G0c,T3c; Beaded Laces, 35c, 44c, 51c, 75s ; Yak Laces. Beaded Buttons, Ball Fringe. Braids, Etc Fash Ribbons at Neck Ribbons.. tiros Grain Ribbons... Kmbroidered Corsets . Chemises. Nightgowns Tt-cked Skirts Drawers. Merino Underwear as low aj EXJR.IS2 FTJFLSl EXJ-SS Children's Fur Cape and MufT... Ladles Cape and Mufr. . Also Keal Mlnrc. Hable. rrmlne, nne r urs, wnicu we are ueiermineu u close ouu Cheap CiLsslnicrca, Flannels, lllankets, ninnrulugr Dress Ouoil", Brusselsi Carpets, Cbcap. This Sale is No Humbug. Samples Sent on Application. 261 and 2fi3 Main IHPORTEIISAXD DEALERS IX CUTLHRT.ETC. tNaHinarrsT. lie ara now receiving oar Fall and Winter STOCK OF FOREIGN a AMERICAN MANUFACT'RE to which we invite the attention of the trade. OOK STOCK OF GUM & LEATHER BELTING Is unusually large, and can supply all sixes promptly. OUR STOCK OF IRON Is very complete, representing all sizes. BLACKSMITHS' TOOLS of every description. CARPENTERS' TOOLS, EtCL, Etc Etc. A COMPLETE STOCK. OF (iULLETT STEEL BRUSH GINS, COTTON' BLOOM GINS, DEEKINH B0RSE ENHINES BRADFORD 0RIST MILLS, TESXESSEE WAG0SS, MARTIN'S FIRE-PROOF SAFES, for all of which we are Arcenls. -OF- iiiriM! Received from a BanUrnpt Sale in Pliiladelplila, -AT A T SAOEIFIG -AT- VENDIG8 22G Main Street. HEXDEBSOX OVRI. W. C. JfjtUTT 3. J. BATXXT. OWSNj I'NDTT & BAHEYi COTTON FACTORS, ttECEIVIXG, FOIt1TARIa.Q AND GENERAL Commixslon Mercltants LEE BLOCK, 13 Union Street, Blemphls, Tens 4 LI. Cotton or other Prrsinea coniigned to us lusnred. unlvMiothersrls. Instructed, sgglnic. Hope and other supplies furnished at the Lowest Maeket Price, teuw Orgi Bros J Co. NEW LOT THAT THE FALL CAMPAIGN FOE ,20c. 26c, Hc, 38c, 37c. ' Domestics . ... .6c, ?e, 80 aad te. 7e, P9, a J2J aad IV. Ave, l-'yc na fkt, iwr, 10e, lie .Tie. foe and L 85c. tl. 1 is. . 75c. H. 1 A . . 5M. UK. jy $S 51. 17 30, W, 110. J3, Ms 7 and 7H. Velvet and Qoih rr-oionaises. .Joe, sue aad 7sb. 11 J. tt, ti. SI to ti. tthawls. JZSe per yard. 10c. lie, JUr. 10c, 2U, e. J5c, 5Je, "V. c, &c, 75c, e. 51. 75c, li, si as, u m. idc,ae, 7rl. 4W. te, 75e, c. ,,je. 5ias i w Aslrachan.alskln.Jreaoe. and other Street. Comar Conri K. L. COCHRAN, late of Cochran A Barton 1IK3.M. E. COCHRAN. I S. A. UATCHKK. Lata with M. E. A J. W. Cochran. R. L.COCHRAN & GO, 50CESSOR3 TO M. E. Jt J. W. COCHKAK, LUMBER DEALERS INI HJSUFACTUEES?, Offices and Tarda, Foot Washington St., and Xo. 4 Ilovraril's Row. Sawmills, Xortb end or Xarj.Yarii. J7-KEP CONoTAKTLY OX HAXU A BKN-J- eral assortment of Building and r lam ina: Lumber, Weatherboardlne, Kkoorlag, Ctl. lnz, lihlngles and Laths. Also, Doors, flaab. Blinds, Uresed Lumber of all kinds, etc Are prepared to nil "."son the shortest notice. IMPORTER AXO EEALEK IU S Bain St.. Merrjp!sis Tflnn. MANDFAGTORY, 383 MAIN ST. Immense assortment of French, Germ an A Mem- his made CORSKTS. a test styles Hoopsklrts and Bnstles, sjhoulder Braces and Underclothes bnpnorters. races reuncea. sss-Goods warranted. rocis" LTakge. SODTHEUX DEPARTMENT. NEW ORLEANS INS, CO. ESTABLISHED A.D., XS05. Statement or Its Condition Dec. 3 1, 1ST 3. ASSETS. Cash on hand- . 3 -M,tT K Stocks and Bonds (cash marK'l value) Itijm at I OS IIS UU 1 MlUUS SOU r.inripras. , saTJSj. IV Loans on Collaterals aax as Keal Eatate owned brthe Comtianru ui Accrued imr.i 7 tssi gg Bills Receivable . lijn 81 Hue from other Companies, xe-in- Fremlnma In course or collectionZTJ U?)s a Total Assets (cash market value).. .VZtyH tsl Outstanding Liabilities J. TTJTES . . . - - - President. - s - Secretary. Ass't Secretary. J.W.BINCKS 8. CHALARON nraxiOToxin: Geo. TJranhart. ILT rma.u. O. W . Babcoct, T. llaliiy Uianehard A.Schrelber. Chas. Laitt, M. Payro, Plscldn Fotslall, LOWjPDTNAM & LOW, Slanaeers Sontatru Dc rt'l, No. 10 Whitehall Street, ATLANTA, OA. H. T. TOaCLINSON, RESIDENT AGEXT, 17 27adison Street, STompais, WHO REFERS BY PERMISSION TO Stewart, G Wynne A Co, Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors 3S6 and Syi Fiont st. A. C. Treadwell A Bros, Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors. 11 Union st. H1U. Fontaine A Co , Wholessle Grocers and Cotton Factors, 360. 362 and 381 Front st. Bicetjtlx A Co., Wholesale Dry Goods, 318 Menken Brothers, Wholesale and Retail Dry Goods. SW, !81 and 253 Main au B. lowensteln A Brc&, Wholesale and Retail Dry Goods. 212, 211 and 219 Main sr. B. Bayllss A Co, Cotton Buyers and Commis sion Merchants, SOU Front sr. All losaea fairly and Dromptly adjcafetl and paid at llalsi-"-"- W.W.BCHOOLTIXXK. Lonis Haxauex. HCtST G. MUXES. HUST THOXAS. SCH00LPIS1D, EANAUSR & CO., WHOLESALE Grocers & Cotton Factors 350 FKONIT STB13ET, MEMPHIS, : : : ! t t : TENNESSEE. Wl invite the attention of buyers to our LARGE AND COMPI.r-rrK WnVc-nv "'"'I'.TZr..'.' Z.'l iiXc to 2'jr'. WHS & LIQUOES uiMs.six3, mius conuuen. ox Deina ante to offer them goods ln our llneataslawtlgTire as they can be purchased In any Western or Southern city. We will give eapeala! atten tion to the sale or Cotton, oar Mr. Louts itaa. auer making that a specialty. Thanking our many Irlends ror the very liberal patronage bestowed on iba arm last dissolved. w4 respfetfuliy solicit a continu ance of their favors, hoping by close atten tion to business to merit the same. AltmpfclJ, June 1, !", Hrfldent