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THE MEMPHIS DAJILTT APPEAL THTJESDAY, NOYSMBSE 5, 1874
APPBAI. RATES. STRAYED OR STOLEN, LOCAL PABAGIUPHS. TB0E CITY CO car est- STEAMBOATS. OATHS OF tjOBACEIPriOJi. DAILY; 'Joe copy, op mouth, by mall Cue copy, Ml months, by in all. jm eaagr.one year, by mall i oc . 6 00 10 00 f. 110 One copy, eae mouth, Id city. WEEKLY! O ie eonr, one year- O.ataa ex ten or more, eae RATES OF ADVERTISING, IN DAILY APPEAL: 1 ret lasertkm, per square SI 00 nbaqeat Insertions, per eg Earn SO Jktfbt Hoes wlld nonpareil make one square, soa twelve lines ma&e one incii. ioas.1 Notices are S3 cents tcr line first in' ktrtlon, IS iiDU per lino per -week, ami liX r?nu per un per moou. .v . nta, e to .are 10 cents per line first iner- i jn, ana; nsertlon. Jf sth and Marriage notices. Funeral notice Bud ObUoarles, are charged at regular rates. Wa will not accept any advertisements to ioi low reanlog matter, first or Fourth page advertisements, station' bit. aonme rates. 'r-eelraen copies sent free of charge, l EWArtD One black mare mute, II hands it men, auout 12 yean old: has a wnue spoi on shoulder, made by collar. Also, one black hone mule, about 12 hands hieh. 9 years o d. A liberal reward will be nald for Uelr, re turn LU J. D. HUNTER, no5 Silicon, Tenn, .rr r- Ttrnfinn uiMrMi nr stolen, from V0 my residence In Walnut Bend, Lee niinmv. ArirR, toe umA Lime 111 oeiii'w'i one large bay horse, high withers, very large bow neck, high Lead, th'n but deep-breasted inneommumy so, no ordinary collar win nt him), short heavy body, broad 1 lp. about nauas mgo.nineorien flat walkTpaces hlh, baits but will work Id i,.n....,ihni tvAinre wbenfeen last, very tender-looted when not hod. 1 will I pay the above reward I or any iniormauuu unu. lead to his recovery. octadiir J. K. STONE. OOK HK WARD One bay horse, 14 hands ii-i. J lilch. sore on back about Mae of half- VJi?.TJSSStAoMrM b' n'B" Khoal foot or maae 5 cente T Une ettCh snb8enenl worn off, leit hind fool lime burnt Twenty- n ve dollar rewanl for reiurn to ISAAC WAL- DKA.v, w nne Haven, renn. nox FOR RENT OR LEASE OAKMS A beautl.ul farm, tuir.eeu miles L' sons oi jiemDQis snu one and nrtA.tinii mile from the faducah railroad: one hundred I'LMMra otu. . . . - i . . - ... . , . .. -atrtfflretf. and I sou any acreHc'eareoaUnaeraeooa tenoe.and Jnr raal -books are sept uy i niah sute of cultivation : rood tui t iniiinnnm nimn. i . ... . i . ... ... ---- --------- frnmnnRnostofflce -"u"'"u" Bin auu orcnara; ui w A ) ofuenoc Pu'OL" h tth tlnstoiaeef 1 1'"1""'"")"! leas-a iornte years, win 10 anowier, mo i iuur ueau norscs anu corn tornn ine piaoe. anoaia be given. l aim, ininy-acre pile- torrent. Appiv at .M I IT win I k. 111. T .11 , I L ' , I . . . i..tlnr,a nivn I i-, i. e dt letter. -"'-rS fto. Iciied by a responsible ur- -ni not return rejected communications. A ) letters, communications, or anythlngelse a"y lodlvWaaTconnected with, the offlco, oat ftusjuji uic REMOVAL. t B. M I LL - R, Justice of ihe Pence, to No, n. ira Main street, opp. sew i ou " nouae, FOR SALE OR RE3fT. AMUSEMENTS. pUIBU AN.NCM. XDCsTBIAI EXPOSmOS. Tlinrsday Klghi, 'oember 8lh- GKSAT ATrRACTIOSS FOB T0-SIGHT. PROF. ROBERT HOCDUT. This FMtNKNT MAGICIAN will appear on !Sf feats of S' S5d "Sii-STOer. fo mln toe foltowing tricks: uv-i0 a uinnpr on CQtlfXT i RubdIbk a la gi butcher-knife through . 1 hbds and arms, ana neaung uitm in- t'ntiy 3 T' e enchanted cards. 4. The Hindoo mtr.de. n tun fl ii l1 6 nitin apoaadcake in genUeman's ha. 7. nreMKXBg lulu ictwiiui wstcn. . , S. roduMlveht(very amnblng). ci hAT anil ImlL. jo' t-pnl bKcc and little Joker (a noted Jeaioi toe wnmej. . Admission, as ntnal, SS cents. TO EXCHANGE. P RUPERT V- irsi-clasi Improved residence property: eight thousand dollars: one. fourth in money. on time: balance In other liiuiTi i v . AoarrM aiaa, Appeal nraca, PIANOS. plANOS AND OROANtJ mned, repaired . iuu exouMncea; wors: aone oy expert. ?cooc, flrst-class workmen, and warranted Leavt orders for cltv or eoontrv at H..HLLEN-BERt,ClBrk,B MarbleBloek. BALE OR EXCHANGE. REsIDKNCE PROPERTY The valuable tesldeucerjroDerlv. known as the Dona. hoe Place, on the Lharles on railroad, outside tuecl-y limit-., I r which the late a r. fr hoe- make paid ininy-fiztno .sand dollars, H now or sale, or win exenance lor Duniness oroD ertyon Un on. fheiby or Msln between Von- roe ana twaiest eei". wm. m sijtiiuE, Ji. fOK SALE. M MRS. DlGRAY BENNET, wboecU s on the staee last night created fo much enlhBMssm, nss Kioiy cuu-euwu to xiv-another, xmbit onoi hertlenttd pupt s Indleg Hl'ie rars,ua rnunjctwmsiiuu -a u day mttli.ee, prog-amme for which will ..iil.h H In friiiav'a naDers. dmlKSion for cnlidien to the matinee only Keen is. 1'ABISIAX DASCISG ACADESY, AT MEMPHIS CLCB HALL, IS NOW OPEN, m f illown: Aelas foreentlemen each Mon rl i . TtiMdav and Than, av evrnlne at eight o' lock, c'lmmenclug this week; a elasi tor 1 le. mlM and masters, every 1 urtday, Thursday and Saturday ft ternoon.from three at five -.dock; a p lvaie clss. for ladles ex iu ively.eMh W dne-dy afternoon at three . - . . J. n-nml n rm a t tan r l f r .. . rai d matinee aid the G -rmau each Batnr ay Rfurioon at ihiee o'clock; a grand bop snd toe Grnia fJi ladles and gentleme", vtry Thursday evening from eUht to eleven cc ck. All the classes, matinees and German comntenee this week. Terms to each class xea dollar, iwysb'e In advance, -be eel - at- d tierman h U all i ho new waltzes, fat cy ca ctoaud qaaam.esoi tneage win oeiaagai & a aaueea. I T ALU ABLE PliAOE I offerfor sale oneol V the best quarter-sections of land In Hoi th Mississippi, immediately at Harzel'H ftatloo. on lll&siBlppl aud lennessee Railroad, In De- -K)io county, nrteen miles I om Memphis; more than a hundred acres In cultivation with good residence and other Improvements. ii. a. uiAui r.it rctll 'iv Hernndn. MIs. T MUM HtMBEHT PLACE This lauu ul tract of seres. wlh twi to v brli k mlderce.wltb floeg aveatid improvements. K-eii si'ua-ea lor nnome or eararntne nur- p ses within two miles of the city, stonl half u uille from Koz 11 Station on Memphis and 'harlestou railroad. and tne fine nubile school there, on the great rdo rnnniug entwaru rom Memphis, bounded by hree avenues. For'ermstee LUKE V. FINLAY, not 1 Madison street. tTALUABI.E BROWNSVILLhi PROfEUlY V at Public "ale I will sed at nub a sale. to the hlehest bidder, on the premises, on TUtHDAY, December 1, 1871. that valuable property In the city or Brownsville, Tenn., ,nown as the Exchange Hotel, a tirst-c ss house, now doln a good paying has ncs; ud, alsu.at tuesame time, lour basi .ess lou adjoining ThU Is the ino-t desirab.e prop erty u Brownsville, at.d will be a paying in vestment. Terms-one-tblidcash; balance tn one and two yea-a. Apply lu H. VV. OT- rt.it, ssitor . read, Brownsville, Tenn tai'iiiH tukateb. W. DAVEY OLD TYPE METAL At APPEAL OFFICE -PBOPurrroB Hogagemeot for One Week Only of the Uni versal Favorites, it i lit: it a xi I'AKiiov. e Orea .est LI ving Dialect Actors and Repre- aeitUiUes oi iaie ana i-emaie uerman Charaelers, who will appear on xn'l'lriireacpecialiy drama, eutlUedCHRIc an I) LKN A. or Uerman Life on the M1S'S- s pp -supiorted by a fail dramatic company ensRei eip.esiy xur me purpose. inrLe, Mr J F. Baker: Lena. Mr.T F. fairen. in- r, dneiic lu their several acts selection from tber t reatspeelaltles,Bongs, Daeta and iiances inc udlDR their late.1 sensation, THK XI'LiWN UllAKUS. Ka a dav at 2 p.m ,nly BAKER AND FAR, Ifondav-No.emberStb EDWfN ADAMS. isened htiU at Theater and Peabody Motel AT WHOLtHs LE Five boat-loads No. ; Plltsourg Ofal, bv n. a. pau- ek & co.( 191 second st. Let us have peace, Tennessee bus nine Democratic con gressmenperhaps ten, The different courts have located in the Overton hotel building. Barbour Lewis, Em. EtheridgeA uo., nave gane iu grass, so to speas, Grant thorws up the SDonce. and charges the mlsfonnnts of his party upon Yesterday afternoon three hundred anvils were fired on the bluff In honor of tho great uemocrauo victor-. Tomeny yesterday waived exami nation before Justice Spelman, and gave ball uj appear oeiore iDuciinunai court. Chris, and Lena to a Rood house at the ibe.ter lat nlgur. Baker iFarrou are favorite with Memphis theater goers. Our teletrranhio renorts of vester. day ODd this morning indicate that theRe- puoncansnip nasoeen totally wrecked, and all ou board have been lost. Tho negroes declare that they have Beealar afoalhly KeeUag or Ibe Su BJeljuU LeKislntRre Last HigSit Of- flelal statesaeat or the ll3ys Financial Condition, Hesaaires frocn Mayor Loaeae He-1 treBekment and Eeosomj to the Ad salDlatratlon of the :iiy Oovern. laeat Mecommended Hnmlhtj Beporta, Etc, ?f-zzrzzzz.ri run r ill i 1 1 1 1 1 1 f ! if III gai in ! t i :: 1 : ? i i m Z M a w ; ! i ! r- jr: : : : I i s :s 1 : f:g:!:r: : t i : 0 I Fsff, hi ! S i ill! illil 2 I inn 1 i I i INN .3 ii jf Mi I 111! n! 3 1 BOA8D OF ALDEBHEBT. The board of aldermen convened at hair-past seven o'clock. Chairman Bobbins presiding. Present Aldermen i ent, Doyle, uiaisitKis, oieicui, uwyer. wnite, uicana. At the request of Mayor Loague, the board went Into Joint salon with the common counclL to eiecl a successor to John Donovan, wuoaeoiineu reserve as an assessor, jonn Drake was elec f d to fill the vacancy. After the Joint session, the aldermen re turned to their hall, and the minutes were rrau ana sample i. i iae reports oi city omcers were wen rena Porter. S3' "g?51ggggSSS?S Maynard. Young. . s5! scn5gs5g5IMg?5 Cn W w t5 g Lewis. been driven Hke flocks of sheop long enough, I and adopted. The more important reports are .uuiiimu ivanci Lurjr win oie lur vno oe i, i givou oeiow: CITY TREAaURER'8 REPORT. The following Is my report of receipts and I payment on account of various funds lrom I uctooertiia to !Movember5d,lneluiuve: Genera' Ii;d. F. C. Bchaner. cltv tix-col-r. real est'e 33.t3 81 privileges i)Ji uo i ai. winrers. reeoraer . John Mulroy. statlonhonse John J Barry, north market w n. rniiiips, sontn market Mississippi River elevator company By amLmayor'H warrants canoelledt: To amount dne by sen! fund to bal. Intemt F-nd. To cash on hand last report F.c Bcnaper, iax-eouector Total men for office Irrespective of party, We are informed that manv colorod people who voted the Barbour Lewis tloket nesdayhave determined hereaferto cast weirsunrages wun their southem friends. The Exposition continues to increase In Interest, as is exemi llded in tne very large uuuivriiii vi,iLunuacu eveniug. iewaitrao llODB are Put i-n the staffeverv Aventnir. unit -verybody is delUhted. A necro. vesterdav afternnou. was uaiauiug iae sireets witn a ciom signboard "jo lunuwiug inscription:, " uiory Euoueu for One Da I Tns.-.teamer Rirbom Le.N eavesforrnlt rttrAr At. tioir.nnat frirce o'clock this afternoon. Cargo Carpetbag gers!" It w a an advertising dodge of some vuu3ijjji.iu luercuani. At half-nast nine o'clock last nieht Wl 11am Monteomerv's frame dwelllne. No. io7 eprlng street, Central Point, was burned to Laegnuua. unsio! inerarnitareand house hold effects of the famllv living on thn rnvm. lacs were saved. Loss about twelve hundred dollars; Insurance not stated. Tne fire Is be lieved to have been the work of an Incendiary. Let us remember the colored people who put their shoulder to the great Lemo 'ratio wheel, and assisted In crushing out Radical carp 'tbaezery and Bcalawaia-trr: at i bhuid uiue we snouia coan ei caimiv ana dispassionately with those who are yet cling Lag to the crazy old Republican ciaft. Their eyes are beginning to be opentd to the entity iricas oi uieir lormcr leaden. A negro man created much amuse ment yesterday afternoon, walking through the principal thoroughfares, ringing a huge haud-bell a d csrrylnir a banner, nnon which was inscribed: "Glory enough for ose day ! I Cash on hand last report.. ,.i , uua uai uuai oarBoar jjewisi " etc. - e tke occasion to a v. however, that It nan en. llrely a private enterprise a merchant using iho uppurcuniiy w auvcrase ms Dusinesa, Prof Mueller has our thanks for an vltatlon to the ciand inflnnml hnn .nH Q rman, to be glieoat his academy to-night. A number of grao, f ul waltzes, new cotillon, and i-everal novel figures will be introduced toisevtnlng by Pior. Mueltr, f,.r the enter talnmeiit of bis new vis tors. Tf h . eaged a full orchestra and assures the publle 29 cr rs- 5c"COO-cn Overton. s a' Haynes. SI Smith. 2 3 ssi slalsgssssgsj IIS Etheridce. imiiiiii Randolph. 821 i J : S Li 1 1 i Brown.. , FOB VICKBiiUKtr. g 5? w hw to cc w u r to .1 Mathes. Mayor's warrant 'paid & can celled tZi-lO 62 1 Balance on hand tH.?S6 5 Wharaj JFund. Ed. Shaw, wharf master $1 Mayor's warrants paid and can celled. Sl,t01 00 VCirtirtopf Shtr Railroad Fund. To cash on hand last report S3J63 12 r. t-.ocnaper, tax -collector 812 Kl 1 E -.Scr8t:.oSSf,S3-5St? WMOM.aoa Roush. Greer. t Oi Cc cs Wynne. 3 ! Peterg. Total Balance on hand. . :H,1S1 02 IU8fc2 FlnUy. Jfandamua Fund. last rerjort F. C richaper, city tax-collector- Total S8.007 27 Mayor's warrants paid and canaellod. 6,000 U. I Balance on henA Happy Sallow Fund. To cash on hand last report- lid Galloway. M I 23 Smith. Molloy. . $361 60 Wei to I do so a: 3c 3 2 x WUUamson. Balance on hand- Jieimburrlng Failing Fund. that the evening will be one of uuusual lov Ichange warrants on handla-treport- J2,6Sfi 09 sod pleasure Of course there will be a very I F' c- tJcnaper, change warrant l,yf? 7! raoet gallant youuKeenllem n- Total . ...-... -.41 OCH 78 City treasurer CITY COMPTROLLER. The following Is the report of receipts and disbursements lor tne mouw oi ucioDtT, ian HENNING and bride, iiee I Taxes on real eBtata 131 1C3 43 PERSONAL. o -: i " 8 I tw j.(;,i2i- uj Hitzreld. SIS gS &Sglo,Zs25!S-?! ggSS Si gSgg5;55g R 2 : - 1 if cM-j-npr;" Lucas. 5 1 ee m M wi , n'na.i:,i; o MlCenca. S 5s w i s-sw I t3M-irOM Moore. I "53 D. -3 H 5 o 3 -9 CI TO a! S3" SemnMs and fit, I-onls Cncket CODiDaos U.S. JII1 Line. For Helena, Chicot, GreenvlUe, Vlckabnrg, Htcamer CITY OPTTKT.ENA. tt MpKee master, irftSSSG xiaves iuiuai, riov. am, at iu a i. Hnp't MltaBlnn) Klver fievxtor tympany FOB VVHITiS KIVER. Only ttoguiar Xndrueudent Wmto Klver Pkt. ui vugiuLn,uacason port ana way landings. .ib u-iiy -master Id, I'ostKi o.rk , cv, oAiunu&i, r-ov.rtn, ar op.in. lVif HJ n. w. LIUtlTtJUltME, Superintendent, 14 Madison at. GLliNN 4 VIajN, po5 Agents, Wbsrfcoat. For White river. Black and Little Red, the jiue Me nor KLlalA, rr '; : Mier win leave as arjovt, on hatiihiiiv. Nn. I vember 7lh, at 0 p.m. fi-E-iH & VINSON, Agents. FOR UPPER WHITE AMD BLACK RIVERS iiid new ana ngnt steamer W1LLIK J., ja. ttV.1.0"11 T il ler I - - - HMSISIV1VIUMV1 5th, at 10 o'clock a m. uunw a V'NHON. AeenU. FOB L00I8VILLE & CiyuiNNATI. FOR LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI. The steamer Fannie Tatuin ... .. biweu Master win lewe as anovo on HAiUKUAY. No. I vember 7th, at 5 p.m. QLByv vrN'-ON. Airenu. fl. iJUJtt NEW Ui.LiJK.Arv Kemtihla And Ken Orlonna Pni-bpt FOR NEW OKLEANS ANu THE BENDS. StP. J no, B. Maude, .riS I J. F. Noel master J.S.Sedam cieri Leaves TUUKMU.VY, Nov. 5th, atSpjn. ULE.N'N 4 VINSON, AgenM, nov3 Wharf boat, toot Court st. Begnlar -rnpbla null TWw Urleaaa Piirk., r,ir cut. Weaaoti. Leavinir Memuhls Everv Alternaf a Thnnulnv. Str. JNO. U. MAUDE J. F Noel, master I J. b. btuam clerk. This elegant steamer will leavo . ,fT 1 . aa aoove '-r-jmTWx,, THORSD VY, November 5th, at 5 p.m. Will elv Through Bil s iidinz to Liver- Icon! over MLIs-Idd1 and Dominican St. am- I ship Couipan 's Steamers, o- by sail vessels. st. hH I For freight or passage apply to n J.T. WAVHINGTtJN, Agent, 10 Madison (3o The JuUN B. MAUDE will cav cartlcn-ar attention to all way and Lend business, and sska a liberal share of the patronage so gener ously beotowed In days gone by. not Dr. B. G Nelia Fayser, have returned from the eait. Mr. Lafe Jennings, of this cltv. and Miss Leiltla Crunk.of Dcatur, Alabama, wereunlt'd in marriage ye-teiday. Mr. Jen Dines has many friends In Memphis, who wsh h m aim hia henmlfiil hrirtA o lifA nf ,i,. clouded Joy and happiness AHDSKMKNTS. Keisnlar Nmplil mid Nw Oi leant Frtrkfi ftir f Ii Nfniun. IXayingMempbls Every Alternate Thursday. Str.J3BLLK LEE I. F. Hicks, master Alf. Gritfeom clerk. IThle elegant steamer will leave as above THURSDAY, ovcmberl2th.al(iii Wilt ntve Ihronzh Bill i adln to Liver- Ipooi over nisei's ppl and D ml.ncan steam ship Company 's bieamers, or by sail vessels. J. T. WASHINGTON, Agent, 10 Madison st. The BM.L-. LEE will nav rarilcular alien. Itlon to all w. and bend business, and aabs a liberal shun) of the t-atronage so generously READ TH IS! People's, Opportunity! ii o AWFUL SACRIFICES! MENKEN DnTEi r ne OilU 9 1 Cilo FROM RECENT PANIC BALES IN NEW YORK, OFFER THEM AT J?1C8S are t XteU and Interest- Privileges wnatrage Fines and court). forfeitures (recorder's Market stalls (north)-..... Market utalls (south) . Ledger batai ces tMississlppl River Elev.tor company)- - 28W 15 1.S.15 O i 1,1 00 trji25 Total- Diiburiments. Appropriations aad leJge. balanceflllOU ii Ihe Exposition. There was a full atrp.ul a n rti nf It,. Exposition ye6terdy, most or the visitors being from the country. I ast ulghtthire was ai,iii uugeraiienaauce. Ibe numner of vlsl 'ra belne estimated nt it the great uttraclio. a was the terpsl'cbor-an entertainment given by Mrs DeUray Bennet, -.. -mi miuugii me airxerent ng- ures ot the dance w th err. onn clsion, showing that they bad boen thorougtily Instructed by this accomplished lady. The entertainment was not on y creditable to Mrs. uu ner pupils, but proved H.HicuiiiiiBuuinu'ni n.niin.wniiiM t the jollcltailon of the managers, Mrs. Ben- Bfus parable.. Judgment! obtained i merest Paunerstmavor's orders).- Expense (mayor's orders) Coupons doe Jan., 1871 (currency) 1,W6 00 Coop's dne prior to July. "71 (enc'y) l,ssi0 00 Coup's due prior to Jan., 72(cur'ev) 3,05 00 Coup's due prior to May '72 (sold) 30 U0 UouD'sdueDriol to Ju y. 71.(cn'cvl 6Si5 10 Coup's due prior to Nov , 72 (gold) 150 00 coup-a aue prior to Jan., .6 (cn'cyi w,v uu i iajui) o out; priur to may, ,j tgoia) u w 353 05 Coup'sdueprlortoJnly,73 (c 'cy) 86010 10 coup s a ae prior to io v., is (gold) s,.i)iu Coup'-, duo prior to Jan , 73 (cn'cy) 85,50 00 0Ut'sdue prior to May, 73 (gold) 6,910 00 Coup'sdue prior to July, 73 (cn'cy) 6,315 00 LaDIKS, READ. New and fabinnable dress gcoda at uaii-pncB si mesKflD tsrtners. FOB HELENA & FBlAB'r HOIN'I For Helena. Friars Point and the Bends. TRI-WEEKuY PACKET. The elegant and fleet side-vvli eel passenger ni earner 2J)J3 72 692 70 455 S3 107 50 39 25 31 03 Total floating debt Total liabilities $ 710,311 23 -JIS.Wl 23 ttevenas refnndeU (mayor's ordersl... Coupons (bona-ht from sundry ner, sons) S2rS2 83 T. E. Brown (mandamus tax) 7,000 0) Post bonds 6 per cent, (for taxes due prior to 1S70) 100) Total tttflX li I iiepecwuiy suomiitoa. JAMES A. NEWSOM, City Comptroller. CITY TAX-COLLECTOR'S REPORT. a hlih net win give another entertainment at the Honorable General Council: uleLdtd I Exposition to-mormtr ovinitu, Tr.-r,..y,i I ..... r, . ., i ,, . . ,. - -".-o. .v-u.su.i utriTutajtpi my coiiecuons uj, uiii iiuuni. iiouuiq, me eminent ma- mntith n.r u imw.. .... LAND AT A BiKOAIN Twenty e gnt acres of choice land n-sr Lnev Denoi. is oiiies iruui diemuuis. on tLie aaucan and Memnnis railroad, 'mis land is in state of cnUvallon: would make a i fruit farm. Also U00 acies of heav! mrvu miiu UBKr rjimnLUMin iKmi. nn mah. i,i'iki . -aim u m vr, t . . phis and Little Rock railroad. 1C mlUs trom I less series of tricks tnat cannot fall to excite 1 3lisi',lppl river railroad bond tax. .I'uipuim iimuvi Biuiam lur luinuer hoc ii,d wuuueraau aroain inn manic nr.v.m. ,nuun,uua "tsves. Will bell all or a nart. lone, hverv riir hut itu,,.i,n ,,. I Reimburslns tax , I. D. COVAWAY, Mtheixposltion.whlchmeiitstheattentlon, ""iking rund tax OCI2S No. 10 Mnillann street I DUbllc. PmrmmUm lH'm..in,.,Hin I Interest tax. n band and contribute to the enjoyment oi Privtfe;. " AfcSETS. For Jt duclion of Bonded Dbt. Past due slnklns fund taxes 3 3?.249 Ou mu oonus aue uy purcnase 01 city's interest in Jiernpnis ana cnaries- ton railroad QKOOOftt 15 bonds Isaued in Ib&j as c Uateral for city notes, which rre lLcluded in bilN Davable 1SJMD (V) umu in uhuu ui HinaitiK I uuu com. misEioneis ana tax-collector . 21,4ft) i Uokriblb MrmDcB, uDparalieled in WTSj AHi&tSW rsSZZjs tke annals of history! Grant expected to Ls- StT ifl-a-Jij' a-aat&atK-W , Jgfesa; soeaproclamatloal The killing or the bg m";xn mast-rl Ice clerk fat Oysters at Farrell's and at the Excotltlun. . Wilt 1-sve as above eyer Monday, Wednes- PERSONAX.. fit IJ Jettereou street. well fitted un and rood Hand; cheap rent; wilt .ell cheap. lDqutre I at No.8JEFF,R-ONsTR-ET. during the SS12 W C 2i7 fl 17 77 a . , v. 8S3 87 5ii 17 ,. 20.9SI.3l Total for reduction of bonded debt S179743 16 For Reduct on oFloaing Debt. Past due taxeB prior to 1S70, payable lu city indebtedness.. .. t 310,559 89 rast aue taxes payaoie in casn lor Intel est ... Past due taxes payable in ca.h for general purposes. . ... Past due taxes to Mississippi Klver rauroao Total- ETTEK An A No. I letter-ptcsa, I Apply at THIS OFFICE. I MAGAZINES. 1 10xl?K. iron framed, with two urawe-. I 1.1 do soia cneap. TMPOiTiM NOTIi-E Am- live man who X w.nls a light ai d honoraole business, and j wtiitDgtovorkforlt,can realize itomflOO 3 zju per motiio. ii yoa want 10 Know now , on be don", call upon or addr.ss F. H. W.SD I'. 17Seco d street, Memphis. Only na eg) Its! nqnirea. iki "V uTItiit l o prevent fires oceorring, parti. snouia nave tneir nues or cnimney . .eaned. shicd they can have done lor twenty i e cenu per sioiy, Dy JtliSfcN &. CHAVTEnSON. jnvS No 22 Commerce street. OOWS AiTD BOARD. BOARD A 'ew gentlemen can be accom ruidated with good board and lodelnz ai ', -s Kate ' oMen'a, on Mill stret, betweer , ana r-ixin, nei.ea: also. good lurnl-ued jj ,a -or getiti-msn ana wie. ooal i)'JM AND BOAKi First-classroom with XX R od bosrd, at n Madison street. uNUINE AND BOILbR Cheap. Inquire it ui nr.,ini,r,l.BAKnJj scu., iy!9 No. 210 Front street. ntARM Cheap for cash, one of the best i- larms in tttielby eoanty, ls acres. Apply v a. v. niiAj'nfi.Bo aiaaison St. The Bouthern for November is an WIiaIra,5?9.r.Pl?,.,?.r; excellent number, with a verv taklnir Labia nf contents, as follows: "The Odd Trump," book ,',c.baJP ?re ,wn J- - Lucason; "Jules Janln," John E.ten Cooke, Millwood. Vir ginia; "Ugly People," Hugh Lyndsay; "The I ace of the Mother Toneue in iducaUon" KespectfuUy submitted. FRED. C. SCHAPKR, City Tax Collector, Ed Shaw reported the collection of 11401 of rIXTUBEf ""osier, Maryland; "On the Huerfano," Har ol.tlne At- T. -kclIman ; "Nantes ai d her Proooniul," p.ror cash ,K- U', -Jaoh m and the Joaehimltes," s.13 ?of- George Frederick Holmes, Universi y it 1 HeOKTED LIQUOH8, BAR FIXTURE .'S";V' warylT,a,: n the Huerfano." Har- rv ana counter. Also, sioie. Hoi, parstus and good Cart, very cheap. l nnlv at m A flu, Un,,.., .....a ?Q Q00 BULB. KO I PPT1HBOBO COAL, Sc.e"nce?F. STfi oVTewafn'MllT-iJvV!-.i"fi2wu7s4l,e lowert-, Per- 'ry Biography;' -Onnnar: A Tale of Norse vaavM viici auu utuiu won, uuetiD v 1 isiie; i lie uwn rDIe: TratirAacLl'inji of anr other man A1n. wnon'n I tho u,ut:Z 77JJ??-?fu-ylnf.l Kocfcawny Rnd a I loia and toe Monitor;' 'The Hampton Boads 1'nnfuai.nna V Peterson's Journal for Decembor. We have received the first number of this mag.zine tnat tor December and cn truly tyie." Also. Huggy-wagon. myai fine LUMBER INSPECTOR'S REPORT, Mr. Bowla d reported the following as tho number of feetoi lumber Inspected lorOcto- oer: v-ypress pianaa ana scan'img, axn,uxs; noplar, 3s,oeO;o)P''es4 logs, 30M6S: gum logs, REPORT OF CHIEF M'FADDEN, Chief M'Fadden of the Sre department re- poitea I or tne montn oi uctnoer seventeen nres, involving a total loss oi 3H.77S; total in surance. 118,900. Of these fires el ht resulted from defective fines; four lrom Incendiarism; four lrom carelessness, and one from coal-oil explosion. The total expenses for the month, Including salaries or SKI and new hose for 31350, amounted to S0021 58. WHAT THE NICOLSON COST. The fouowing ls a statement of the cot Bills receivable notes ol Gal away, u amptou is jo j fTnftAil KtaiM ofiv.m mnnl rtr, i $39,78i Kl count or marines , ,, .. Coupon Interest due by purchasers oi ciiy s interest in juempnis ana Charleston railroad Roberts-n Topp (mortgage on Gay oso bouso City treasurer (cash In hand) . 307,331 51 531,077 17 23,060 84 13,733 32 251 00 78,581 61 33JOO00 as well as his Avalanche house, 21 Jefferson, near Main street, wnore nnmerous hands ate may Killing, rne big lata opened tre-hio families at ten cen's per dozen forty cents per can.fnur dollars per barr-1 r-aloon prices with trlmmlugs. twenty five cents, etewed or raw; at Exposition building, extra ratoi. Ooe thousand barrels for a-le at four dollars per barrel. Three thousand cans at forty cents. B g fat. JO-EPH FaRHELL P.S. a man that cant walk over sawdust I don't want his trade If you want a hydrant, street-wsehor, or plumbing of any kind, you can get ltat Browne'B, 16 JefTerwm street where yon are sure to be suited In style and price. Fresh oysters received dally at Yin- (Wilt ttnttn. 1QJ D-mnl a, dav and Friday throuzhout the year. For freight o pas ge apply on board. FOB HELENA. For Helena mill May Landing. The siauncuanu cooiiortaote steamer 8. Raskett -master D. P Davis elark WUI leave a above every Tuesday, Thnrs- aay ana caturuay lurouguoui t ne seastn. I-orfielgitor pase aoply on board. FOB OSCEOLA. Novelties in dress goods at sairiflc- Wo. Sneed-. WE iiavi; (iihk to srvr. For Randolph. Fulton, Osceola, and all Lmd lngs ou the way Elegant sldewheel steamer leg prices at Menken Brothers. 1.3-1 673 UJ S1,63IJI M hSiV1 23 1,U11U Si Total for redaction of floating aem Total assets.-., Total liabilities. Total assets . Excess of liabilities over -ssets.l 2,921,5 1 33 I bet: leave tolnform yoa. as I did on a for mer occasion, that of the three hundred and forty one tuouxand dollars in cold bonds out. s anding there are, it appears, tea ot them tor wuicu uiecity uia not receive any value, ine present holder, ask that the city nurcliase tnese coupons in tne same way mat otner cod- nous are nurcuased off other rold bunds. I request that you take action on the matter, H. B. PACKER 4 CO.. 191 Hecond street. of repairs or the Nloolsou pavement on the landsay what I snail do. Respect fully, oc3l Tl OOMB AND BOARD at 66 MONROE ST. 1 iOuHS AND BOARD For families or gen Imu, f -I.V, 4 ni,rn,nl.hi1 n . 1 i ;adisou sueet. cch OOOM AND BOARD Fine front room on IV first Soor, unfurnished, wun board, cat areomrauthue a few day boarders also. ApplJ us laiin street, corner w n a-nington. PRIVATE BJARDINO-HOCSE, 177 Second Ftreet. near the new Courthouse The location of thl. bouse, in a auiet. pleas sit, healthy portion of tho city, all render it pari, cut atiy desirable 'orpennanentor trans-.-ut boarders, hooms laice and comfortable i i able furnished with ihe btst the market tirade, aud every auction (aid to guests tc ciK'uera teiatn-me. octi ri'UE LFHNEK HOUSE ha- beer fitted nt J. in ih Ddsomesl style. Partlea vlMtlnj t. e cny win niKi rooms, wun or witnou C-Dard. at prices to tnlt ihe times. rca Mori. JULIA LEU NER. Proprietress. 7 )OOM Choice mom with board lnanrlvat. A Lome, gxid loealliy, sear Beaie street c ,-iw neisr 19 uxouei nsowiton, fosi cn cnrj.p Ftnnle i-MHalnst. sep23 I .uoM-5-tjEr no' He, our. Main and Beaie, X. rmy newly lurnlsbed rooms, single 01 1 sg t-. for geutlemen only; 18 and 112 pe con'h, w and 75 ceola per dav. Uood boarb - , 'i. er wea. in me nmiaing. i' streets namtd: Number of yards on Jeffer son. Mala to Chart e.ton aveune. Kl:nn DM Madison; from bayou to Charleston avenue. ties to suit. Addrees D. H. HlI-HEft. ZZi. T. XT,'"" JTrfS.";0;""""."!?. "u U.'.Ji " " Z'""" " r rout. -iliANri nienRnn Htstinn Tnn mM ii, I ' . . eulF' ujieus in 10 e most 1 him; total, ut: pay-roil nr street rorce, ierswlln u .a aSTO V 'JliadfiSn sSt? nromlslng manner This number contains 8l 25. and ot carta, Sill 0: 101 loads or sand lerswimc a.uaiu, aiauison street. twelve first class stories. aU Dubhshed com- at 12 ner load. SJOl: blocks, as m htit KtrK.: I ia- I Li tU HUH: i COiUtUVC -iivAWDLuui iruA.wr a. la gts jot. olloi a ina!erettefn. tn nil V I ixjuuon 01 j.i. Andrews, reporu-a in lavoror tvetJ'atloSi?J-.Pv- wUenLBB&fA"a5S .TAl'd .L61110'5'' alndrews's prop- vv M . I . lift Iklk,lli ri HL'ln-.I.M..I..n , ., 1 . - M h will 'i uj nuiuui. Ullt"-.,iw w, uio.nui UIHU,lu);il.ai i i .,t i; icimmuun. -.a. un gerou-1 mg oiocas, ,; touu, $ooou la; costper yard ?'s:i .,uia rerry; -jars, uatnnzni's I aooutsiu. xuispeoiiuiiy submitted. story." OV Klorence Pertv All.n . H.tmn... I i r- Rrrttri.- thsn Death." bv ss. eea waves, tmtim yEcanorC Donnelly; "By the - mm ai-Mtiuitaii," "A M P" efl, u , ,. nil ,, . i,. r-tory T. K. BAKBUUR. ,prvtvr.u A kn UU L?C- r 1 . . I , j rlng'smake; cneap. Icqolreof imekci- & D1X. Planters Ins Building IlKSIDtuitCE My late lestdence on Jcssa, ti, mine street, tnira aoor en or Lander-1 - a. .i - " lale btreeu House and grounds in .perftct oi wnJse SSX . MAnffiS. er. Juua vve,kiw, JE. nf iha it t. rih. y.." I- " ui, uaj,w(i can recom mend this, j be publlsoer., formerly connect- "King Solomon's Onal " liy Itonei- iiV.- . critical rraner nnon ltr-nnt'a arh.t,DtnnDi. It wo interesting articles, one upon "Camp-Llie 8i,ine.PeI'lware Watr-Up," the other npou Tlie Pleasure-Grouuds aiid Drives of Wash iiig'uu, auuaguoa poem. 10 alt tno'e de JOHN LOAUUE, Mayor. The messaees and statement were reeet vnci . and on motion re! erred to the finance com mittee. The usual monthly renorts were read and aiopted. iho important ones will be found in the proceedings of the boaid of aldermen. The reports or th9 different Btanding com niltteet were read and received. Till, nrr1lnuni,u nnnimlti.. eannrnmA-.fu th fusiunir. ipa-sazoot tue orainance lor tne nreventton Aiuerman wnite. from rDeciti committee) or I oi omeiiy toauimais. rne orainance Dasaed iwution oi j, i, Anarews. reportea in ravor of I mini reaaing. reducing assessment of Mr. Andrews's nron-l A number or resolutions resnocUne the crec- erty to tiwjfw. I tiuu ui uivon lampti wereaciea upon. KednnMnn In RlMABFanAnt was nrrlAnvt In thA I Durlne the seeaion nf thn Intnl. inwlnn Mr property of James Bellly. I J. B. Drake was nominated by Mayor Loague, Aiucruau xrwer, irom tne unance commit- I aLlKA mnuwu Bawwur to uu tne vacancy oausea wje, repjrteu lavoraoiy on accounts to ma i u iao ucuuuuuua oi joqd uoDovao, Colored dress Silks reduced to 75c a yard and upward, at Menken Brothers. The cheapest and best istkam Dyeing and Cleaning House in the cltyta at 213 Se- oona street. H a s.nq.-v a WALKER. Carpets new patterns in body Bressels received to-day at Menken Brothers. DOWfi GOES TUB PBICE. Good Norfolk oysters at thirty-five eontspercan.at J. A. SIUN AIUO'd, 27a Second and 1(3 Main streets. TO COTTON SHIPPERS. If you want vour cotton delivered bv a fast freight line ol undoubted capacity, one that can alve as-nrance of tlmn. n etv. e, nn. cmy In handling, and certainly or p-ompt de livery toau points in ins united (States and Europe, call on Captaia Ed. Hart, contractine agent for the Blue Line, over tho New York -Central and conneo lug ro'ds. and by best nd fastest stoamshln Hum tn F.nroio nmi 17 Madison str.et, in Tomllnson's offlce. S10 to $1000 invested in stocks and trold pays a per cu a month. Send for particulars. .auiuvriuyo at kaj nanaerB, z wan tu,ri. I . ADDITIONAL HIVkR H&XffS. Will depart as above on MOND Y, WFDNES- j.ti ana nuuii ot eaca week. For treitht or pas-aee apply on beard. Cnmlolpli. Knlton. tceli) aad John sou'.i Ijindluc; Xrl-WeelUy Frank Forr&st, O.K. Joplln maste, J W. Rhrxlen. clerk WUI leave every MONDAY. W EDN'E DAY and FRIi'AV, making all the cota. landings. piirin-ieiii Mini. v or, rwiam CUEl-.K Lilt. Memphis and Vicksbnn? Packet Company fur xieieuH, r risra iruittt auu me dentin u. S. Mall to Napoleon. lliK CUICOT, Mark R. Cheek master. Leaves TUESDAYS and SATURDAib, 5 pjn, , Ul, JI I i , I 1. II . A. tfl. Wliite, Georce Malone master. Leaves MONDA18 and THURSDAY.1, 5 pjn. For freight or passage apply on board, or to ,jvn v ' m mk Front street- amount ol iJ3,799 as, whleli were allowed by luu iAiaru, WAJITh. JAM HAN D i To work on levee. Apply to 65 UAUDhMAN it Ptit.vr: A Hard lime, Tentas parish. La. r . i j Bolivar countr. six sanding; very low: must L. llr.LMA CO. nUSINESS KTAND Fine business stand on l vain l-el. rliean. pplv nt X7 Malnt. for Rsari.. T. ,17 V" IIIli.Mu Pin h- houses. I oiler -o-dar two Malnst. cottages near Vance; ftlugle and suliorfice. in basement mr. aoison ana Main; sincieund t-uit Date ncnt rooms, cor. South onrt and ilaln.nnd stoke, near cicnange, on Alain. W.A. WtH,AlLl,ajHlB st. I )E-iIDENC The desl-able reMdeuce 113 1 l b Aaams fctrett, recently mied up. Apply U 1U2 ADAMS "treeL IIWO-STORV HOUHE-No. 81 Moibytreet x etEut ruoms. wun coal ana wtiad nonne. .ippiy at Hies from Australia 'or manyjeara wnh the iS urdau Krmi i be sold. AddIv to ltt and The Lodtee' FrU.. wilt.ln "u""?,"!r .7 Howrdrs r.ow: -getnent of tl.ls new periodical, have the bS. 7L" lS "'JS'Ji'S? An account for 8100. forconverances for eitv assossois, was rejected. Alderman Malatesta. from tho markethonsa committee, reported lu favor of changing the lorenjwjr isi, irom tne , irom nvo to twelve ntOf a '-MIC and varied .Trli,n,. TeT. . ,Um.,.Uu iu o.miu.jr iiuui UVB u GIOCK in " ' uvueauap. Liin i im ivr nHinrr ovasui i. nr - it.- j.i7,r.. i t -- .,-uju I aayaitnrnoon nours were made from tbrm tn eignto'ciock. Adopted, ana the change or dered to take effect next Monday. Alderman Metcalf. from the committee on water and waterworks, presented a bill from mo water company ior ,u,uuu, witn an ad verse report, which was adorned. The committee reported favorably on the water company's account for water for the maraeiuouses. Acrountn-jecieu. The committee on Improvements reported in tavor "i exempting- .ur.iiawiinfrs irom lay inc sidewalks on Carolina street. Adonted. 'the water-company's bills wore referred to a special committee oi two aldermen and inree counciimen, ST TELEGRAPH. riTTSBCKO, November 4. River on a stand, with 4K lr cries in the chant.et. Annearanee of rain. Weather warm and cloudy. NEW OKLIANS.Noveirlwr-l Wnathprelenr nnu Pleasant, uenartea: Litv nron npt.Kt Xouls ' ' VlCKSBUEO. November 4 Waather r.ltor and cool. River falllnK slowly. Up: Carrie , nuuiii, auauuu lulu uargeu. f'DIBVILLE. ovember 4 RIat M1 fall. insr. With onlv 2 feet 1 InnhM I, thn .m,l Weather clear and pleasant. NABJlVILIiE. November 4 ThA rlf Ar t jailing siowiywun :i inches on the shoals. e eukuer ciear ana coia. EVAN8VII.I.K. NoVAmlier J. TtlrAr fplllni- .lll. , i in i . . v. ... . . . " . ... . l iu ire iiv iiiH uancH. r I . , t r , t ICIbUIJ U 11 Ol TTe haT8 also marked onr F5TIRE STOCK at price cormpoadlny wllh the aboT parcnasef, uaTinir closed our Store early on Saturday for this purpose. 5000 yards All "Wool mpress Cloths at - - 33o per y'd 3000 yards Cloth. Shades donblo-fold Alpacas 22o ner -c'd 5000 yards Colored Alpaoas at 15o per y'd 2000 yards All Wool Cashmeres at .... 44c nervM 2000 yards Poncy Dress Goods at lOo ner v'd ALSO ALL WOOL MATALBSSB, BASKET SURGES, DIAGONALS, T0 1,000 yards Yard-wide Prints at - .... 5o 8,000 yards Good Comfort Prints at - - - - 5o 10,000 yards Choioe Styles Best Prints at - - So 3,000 yards French Chinta Prints at - 22 l-2c 100 pcs.Frnit of the Loom Bleached aOome&tfant 11 i.9n 1,000 pes. Bleached Domestic at 6c, 7 l-2c, 9c 1,000 pes. Heavy Brown Domestio at - - - - -' 7C Fc' 9 100 pes. 10-4 Sheeting at - . 25c 100 pes. Conestoga 4-4 Bed-Ticking at 18c 100 pes. Super. Canton Flannel at-------, ioc VELVET CLOAKS AT REDUCED PRICES. i.uuuLaaies'UolnCloatsandPolonalsegat ... ?4, $3 and SO 100 dozen Brittth Half-Hose at 1 2 l-2c a pair. DBLXI Gr-XjQ-IEJSl KID GrLOVjES! I-Bulton superior Kid Gloves at 15o a pal r. 2-Button extra Kid Gloves at 53o a pair. FAMES' SUITS! MBIE' SUITS! 100 good Black Alpaca 8ults, new Btyles and good material, at J7 50 and J10. XJK.ISI! FURS! TJILSI AtGjeateacriflee to close out entire stock. Children's Fur Bets Jl 25. Ladles' For Seta t." WO pairs White Wool Blankets tt 300 pairs White Wool Blankets, extra sl2f jj 7S " CARPETS t-Ncw- style Hemp Carpets, yard wide, a 22c Ttnr galus In lntrrala. 8-Ply, Tapeatry, and BudyBruweLrtarpei" The Great Bargains w. offei n ali dep 'JV!iI!J! Uoa of the pabUe. A prlceTli tote foTnV at4"OUlpm5' Bt tow BROTHERS. 28! and gfia Main Street, rornar Court. JOHN CUBBIKS. JOFiJr GTJKH. M. H. COOVSU CUBBINS, GOT & 000711. 161, 168 and 165 WASMESTQ! STMEUST LUSV1BER DEALERS AND KA5UFACTDREB8 OF DOOES, SMH, BHDS, FLOORIM, SIDIS Ceiling, Moldings, Balusters, Falings, Howel Posts, Brackets, Stc. FKtr.M,INO LUifBER OF ALL KINDS, YELLOW I'PJK. CYPRWt popt . , Wainnt:ShlnffIeandrAthfnroaiAi.tTr.i.irtV POPLAR AND to order. "".s,uniuS, ocrou sawing and Turning dene snoSnceifk JOSEPH S SMITH'S Cairo. November 4. Nnnn Vf,nth.i..mntrv and cool. Arrived: B. H. Coake. F.vansvllie. 3wn. Departed: Cooke. Evansville. 10 a.m. the cover decldecly handsome and t.ovel In I appearance. Terms, tnrea dnllnra a m, in advance. An extra copy wl 1 be sunnlied free or one year to any pe son sending a club of nve subscribers, at three dollar. each. The poctsge will b prepaid by the publl-hers, without extra charge, In accordance with the new law. Specimen conlcs.twenty-flveceuts. ti. Peterson Co.. Kit Wnlnnt ntnut lihllo- delphla. ' THE EXCITEHEINT Hickory. St. Louis, S pjn, Fannlo Tatum, In regard to THE RECENT ELECTIONS SURI'ABSED. 41 SECOND ST. lTiittpni.nor, i. . , I 1. lB71.stor, bonee No. 3 7 Main ht Hinder I L ITT ATIUN-Hr s vom e m.n nhn I. ami. V itoiei), now occupied by Messrs n 1. Klow.k ii T any canicltv that ianonor I 'ncieoE Wiggm. Appiyu a KDU ItroOtabla. Hef-ret.rrai len If r. . " . awncw . n. r , Appeal oxnee. by . C. BRINK LEY. i EVIDENCE- Two-s'orr frame, verv con- V venleut and desirable location, street cars I C IIl'AlIO-lVJlkin . ririrarrf.nin.ror.nl I W venleut and desirable 1 O omer kind of woik,y a married mat. P"lnglr L,'"!01, low to prrmptienant. Ap- rp y at it Waeh.pg on street O K-Ujod cook, washer and lronrr, to ei V 10 CI, Un rv Annlv.LKn lt iitum, . , III' J ION a eompetent woman isbeai . "i i'uaiion a, boaeekfeper; la a gooc v irienntjD given. Aaores ja a. r ... Appeal snce. OAaDtKB-Day-biarders at S7 Linden n i-iige, si per win. novS VrUttSE-GlBL Inquire at IN NO. 269 POPLAR ST. ATiETIuN Choice Meals and Lodelnt only e, at CUarOMHOUBE, aovj gil and 373 ehelby street. tlXrK, WAMUES AND IRO.NE-t At 18) V-tcomH. Atsononse-gin;wnite preforred, lOOK, A ood while cook J At 8 MARKET ST. L. IT i ATION A youOE white elrl vinii Cj suuatKin In a private family to do houi vork , app I cations to be made beforeNovem- uer '.n. Auanu . . JAjata, n 4 P. P., M emphls, Tenn. AN U 111 L A while man Ior hostler and .TI carnage driver, and gtn for housewotk ly to It OOMB Handsomely fnrnihed rooms. Ap- I it piy at noom a, tnira noor.lil ivialn street. I 1 1 EHIDENCES Si Union street. 11 nnmi IV MS Union street. 8 rooms; rntracrA amt five .ins nun avvoae, aUNOlt MERIWETHER, MO Second St. iffADISON STREET GFFIrRS Tir-o noa- Jl. ground floor front flmeea st N'o Moiti. ou street, suitable lor nhvatelam. iin.n I ailors or for a fruit store. Anniynt '! 0,3 N'l.la MADISON 8T. GARDEN A rlcn garden on a long lea'e. 10 acres. on Pm lr i.t , o,.' I inilmt fmm tlm ii,,. t. 7,vi I i l- wtu x i mer place. r-e-.j w i-. xiuiil.r.1 rttAXHER. seJO No. 7 Mad ann aii-AAf Suitable for resdeneA nhnr. a ten .i OWKLLINO. No.,31 Exchange sL extended. 'rrv w v. wuiuuiii Btreet to "W H.L.U1I.'HRAI THE GREAT Cheap Dry Goods Hales OF B. L0WE.STIN & BROTHERS, are Just now attracting MORE PUBL'C -ATTENTION than tho results of the regent contest at the polls.. The flro committee recommended the nav- menl or the account or Joe Lu.her and othrr negro firemen. Tho report was relerred to the committee for farther investigation as to the amount due. A petition from M. W. Kinney to reduce his license was recommended by the commit tee to be granted by reduclne thn license on skids aud tarpaulins to one hundred dollars. urauiea. The netltlnn nf CTharlAR eTnrf rpi-hr. nrAMlHant of tne rcbool board, to exempt certain proper- i Nignt Weather tmoky and ty at No. 250 IVplaretree . and No. aw Tulrd I 5lver. lect 8 Inches and falling. street, now leaded ior school purposes, wast r auw imam, wacinnau, i pm recommended to ne granted by me finance oommittoe. Citv-Attornev Hanson belmr called on. said the cnarter exempted all property owned by lashcaoni ooara, out not property tea eu oy tho board for educations! purposes. The pe tition was referred to the committee and cilr attorney. Ihe account of Geirge Campbell, clerk of tne urst circuit court, loreute lugoonarma tlon of sales of mo Deri v. was annruved and referred to the committee on account, with recommendation to allow the same. Re no it mo petition of William M Farrlnc'on rela tlve to coupons on railroad bonds, etc., was reterrod to the finance committee far inrther consideration. The petition to repair DeSoto street was re lerrea to tue improvem-nt coaimiilee. pleasant,' I Dooley's Departed THEY OFFER ludneements to I'nrchaseni WHICH NO OTHER HOUSE CAN. New, floe, fresh and fashionable Roods at lens I SouiL Memphis, was rejected by the board. W. M. Randolph reanested the cltv-eoaineer to cnaursci a gutter in irout or nis property. Committee reported adversely, and the report was adopted. Samuel Wateon's petition legardlng the im provement of a street by blm, and r questing a erwtlLnf nnAhnndred dollars, for annn wnrb- was reported adversely on oythe improve-1 The petition of Hugh Kuottefuf.. lessees of ment committee. Report adopted. I the navy-yard, was referred to the finance The fence across Main street, near Carolina. I committee. was next referred to. on a renort of the im provement committee, calllLg for a jury of view, in oiaer to ooaac-mn too property across wnicn meiene is ouiiu neport rejected. Petitions for the privllfgu of putting on shingle-roots and reduotion of as elements were rererrea to appropriate committees. A re olutlon for lamps on Lauderdale street, south end, was adopted. BUSINESS FROM THE COUNCIL. Mr. Klnnav's petition for redaction of 11 cense on skids and tarpaulins, was adopt d, with the recommendation that the license be ooe hundred dollars per year. Phil gallon's bill for gasflitlng was referred to the sergeant-at-oxms. The roof of No. tn Poplar street was allowed to D4 repiacea Dy a new sniugie roor. The msrketmen at the south market cetl tloned to be allowed to keep their elands at inn west eua oi mi marat mouse, xne pell' lion was laid on the table. More shin ele-rooi petitions; referred to the ooaraoi nna-rwntera. Aconncll resolution, for a few gas-lamps In Dooloy's "Yeast Powder is penecuy Fnre and Wholesome Oooley's Yeast Powder is put up in Full Weight Cans. Dooley's If east Powder stages Elegant Biscuits and Rolls. "Feast Powdar maces ueucions Mucins, Griddle Cakes, VUillUlCHU, tllO. Dooley's Yeast Powder Hakes all kinds of Dumplings, Potpies, Cakes and Pastry, nice, light wnd heiltby. Oooley's "5 east 5owdei is me nest, pecanse perfectly pure. Dooley's 3Teost Powder mo tuewpesu uecaut-e run weignt. Bskuretocskfor Dooley's i east Powder ana ao not be put off with any other kind. nr I " YVe make a specialty of KEWs. EJooloy s Yeast Powdei as guaranteea to give satlsractlon. CLOTHING IF F aEOOK CITY PAPER MANUFACTURING CO., MsHVUiUE, TKSS. jum.-j-iaoaauraoie stores, nos. 4a ana 41 to PIERCE, next door. klUBl J Beal set e street. App y to TORERooM-185 eecond street. Flxtmes and itirnlture lor sale. ui App y to JUOl WM.M IfLtDGE. Raybum Avenne than the price of the commonest. THEY CANNOT BE UNDERSOLD CALL AND CONVINCE YOURSELVES. B. L0WEN8TEI.V & BROS., 21?, 241 and 218 Main st.,oor. of Jefferson. "li OMEN 1 en white women or girls will IT ingtogilnthe country. Wages, 15 per Intelllg'Dce Offlce, No. 12 Jefferson ttreet. mdTDonrrrnnrf.and,vegwle REELF00T LAKE PERCH. ona 'rn' jard, for one year, or a I erm of years, to a desirable tenant. Annlv Jina-AItr.A VT a. rriii-iri.,,,.- --' vwwTva, an26 3B Madison street. t. VLllY LAI I j m Machine to try Dr. V in the city who uses sees- ne 10 try Dr. tunn . wa feinr. Motn n ireaule. 'A 1th ihe neor thislnvei.. tion iline is abtoloteiy no strain npon the zziurc ea ui tue auuuuicu ur npine. Jt eatl tM trp-ied to any t-ewing Machine, and when e.i.oe uppiieu no lany win oe wii.ing to ielln r, isa )i ue. On exhibition at 51 Linden st h i, OFFICES AND bLKEPINO J Rooms. With all IhA rrirwt .trt' nents. in the Planters lnsnraneo builalnE. Oa. 33and 41 M.dlmin tlrul . rl '"i? enanters Insurance ComSanv. A choice lotreceivpd this mornlDtr by express, at Victor D. Fuchs's. 41 Jefferson street. The netlllon of Mrs Locke, ior a nmnUon of assessment on lot corner of Mill and Front streets, was referred to a committee. The city-attorney was ordered to make a compromise in the Happek case. The city engineer wes ordered to repair tho ruuers on causey sueeu The mavar was ordered to bays printed the ordinance regarding Junk-thops, and the sergeant-at-atms was oruerea to post tne ordinance. The Exposition building was exempted rrom taxation. An ordlnanoo In regard to cruelty to ani mals was passed. The board adjourned till next Thuriday af- & nm. n, -i.. n n'.liuilr I observed last Tuesday, at the twelfth civil district voting-place, that the Inmate or the county poorhouse ranked tWusn i:ni-t Aue i. ,. I amonr ine oest uressea pmiuwu, irom raffiTt&r down to the boots. VOlEIL CO H HON COUSCIL. The common council met in the City -It - . .aU.b la4 FS a RESOLUTIONS, ETC. Councilman Harvey offered a resolution authorizing the mayor to appropriate 1500 out oi me trea-ury ior tns reiiei oi ine pwr peo iiiouuriuKijDwiu'u, rbeierreu. By Councilman Camp To exempt the Ex position property irom taxation. Adopted. By Councilman Chase To APDOlut a com mittee to comer with the waterworks com. pany and adjust the ciffer nee between the any am me company. Adopted and Coun cilman Chase, Hunt (ool ), Reder, and Ity. Attorney Hanson were appointed a committee. Councilman CamD offered an ordlnannn providing ior tne sua storage or naphtha and cvtu-uu. ncierrou. An ordinance by Councilman CamD In, ettuotlngthal the city tax collector va an. thonsod to collect Uia rent of ail property wuicu uio oiur auuium uy Hcuoa ox me courts ueierrea. Bv Oounc lman Hewitt, aresolntlon to mfrir sbooUug gdiery license to Mr. Hale. Adopted. The report ot the commiileo on the market oouse was isoiea. The reDOrt ot the committee on the nav. ment of water works bills amounting to 11005, wbh concarreu in uuu reierreu tu uuunciimen Chase. CamD and Keck. councilman itarinus ouereu an ordinance to abolish the office of mayor's clerk, as thn mayor naa recommenaeu h more economical administration of the city government. Re ferred. Councilman CamD moved that a' market, house be established In the ninth and tenth wards, as provided for by the charter, and mat tne xnanteiuouse cuuimitiee oo in structed to draft a resolution to that effect. Adopted. Adjourned to uuursuay mgnt weea. Bargains Iu French dreaa goods at Menken Brothers. PaPEB, and are famishing, In addition to the Nashville papers, the Appeal and Ava lanche of Memphis, besides many others. "We will be glad to correspond with Pub lishers in regard to their supply of paper. 03tS8 8 M.SCOTT. Pies'f. IHifOBil Dooley's Y east Powder S7 50. worth 818 (s put up in Tin Cans of various sizes. NME HOUSE 267 Main Street, (Opposite Gmrt Square, WirtoMft Jewel a Lcia.,g n Overcoats from 07 50 to $70. Business suits from $10 to $50, ST C1T,th DrxtS3 SuWs VanttO to 8G0. 5on 5r8M ?fVe,r C;bat8 Bt W 50. th 837 50. 300 Casssimero Bhh1t-.- , - - . ..... -e4jaw, voz Dronen orutsi at for Families, Boardlnshouses, Hotels, Res- ""a" mver, iace anu ocean Vessels on short or long voyages. OT' ACT JnS SiSiTrv VSts at 81 50 rth $4. 100 Black P.iljr -o-fii "tTa,o The m.jtet is Hooni it h. l n . - . ' muumo 'KM W&JSZ. . 8l0' S5 and 818. WaT'wlirS T81,.. T :..loe11 ttog Suits at $22 fhrnrtohnni TVa TTntfaw c-... i 1 -T jivic. lev: uuu f tuiiii CUppiieS, and single Rfl LT. AO!! KB ' mw v WW, W VJ1. tit torj. i lot of Corduroy Hunting Coata and Vests at I lrrfVW.!..,.f f -a- -i .- -r- 1 VI $10, worth SsO. -AND- COMMISSION MERCHANT, 258 yront Street, SAVE YOUR MONEY. liny your Boots and Shoes at A LARGE AND TABTED ASJMrETSEST OP EXSLISH AND AMERICAN' "ino Underwear White and Scar&t Flannel Uuderwear. MEMPHIS, : : i TEffSESSEE. WM. BRI DGEWATER, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Oi JK -An A No. 1 Cock, flee. Apply at this of ocsu ither cottages. I'O a. a, r.iiir.lAJ W Main atreet. Flowebs, In Bplendid display, at L li L'AiloN As l-acber In Dilvate umiii O or pub le school, by a lady holding flrat tM cerjfleate. Understands music l.o. s Ur.iss M1H8 ROBA BROWN, Tyro, Miss. L III' ATION As wet nurse by a whit a, w- map, a ppiy at APPEAL OFFICE. 1-- ANT- A Ueiman eervantto dogeoera- . vsousework for a small family. Apply at 11AJlfiU-Iulill A'XTKNTION TO THt VV MEMPHIS AWN1NO MAN U FACTO BY, 31 Washington st. Awnings of all style. en. Ha In nnt tvl,,.., n,. ' . . mawn irKi, lo-ujiuuiotexea, varnished at-d packed tor ahlpmeut. CarDets titan Cleaned an relald. All work called for and d nnHwuroii'v,,.,... ... qui A ct Dcetrj. 'tar ELL-rH iRINa-Wella to bore with the I f f uuu jiaicu.augvi, tuao, toiseu tnerignt I oraera at mmw ii,.iiiui mxii, cou neoonn at. TOlNU MEM lo learn telegraph openu BARTOH'S DEWBERRY CORDiAI eacts wobcu knowing T'HE snbacrlberBhave been appointed agents lor the above remedy, hiehtv nmm. mended for all bowel aflectloiu; and for BUCKEYE SALVE, TOE GREAT REMEDY FOR PILES, and are in receipt oi a iuii supply oi ootn. Hewett being In the chair. After the minutes were ieaa ajunt session wasneia, aua Mayor laoague preseuteu ior its ooasiueraiion ine Ioi lowing FINANCIAL MESSAGE. Herewith In accordance wilh law. T snhmtt t-. .t.... . . , . i iuryuuriMuuuniuoa me unaaciai condition DuriDg a recent trial or comparison ofthecityonthethirue h of sentembe?. m or ordinary baking powders in New i ork, I present 1 am not prepared to oner any suetes. I tirllll tVlAlvV'. Va.bI Pa.rlAM II Was .hnnrM I .In.... A...... ...-It. M 11 V-1 J1 -. ft . ( RnrTSTvert n eood lot of noddle) and I nan at woven o cioca. last mgiii, i-resiaent I drlvlnk horses, ior sue to suit tne times. II....II K.I.. In flhnt. lfti,lh.Ml... I 9 ' P..Oni.u. - Ei,,nn xvxi4.u3 i. rainu, At Mammoth Stables. CORD, SAWED AHD SPLIT, ALSO, PINE KINDLING. aaaafl. A M 9mJ a VTA tn on a. tuiutatmbna.ri, s.. lojjcff.,. HOSIERY IN ML GRADES MD QUALITIES! 0 rt"U. HIT "n a n i m - i 111 I M S k LO. S IS Fisk, Clark & Flagg's Shirts, best qualities, at $33 ner dozen? former prioe, $45. Fancy Percale Shirts at $18, worth $36. with Dooley's Yeast Po conclusively i lySS Whola J. W.JONES A CO.. .! lrnnrlHta. 3S7 Main St. ins tor new railroad and commercial of. ftera Permanent position as coon aa anal . Eed. Address Pacific and AtlanUo Telegraph, xox Si, Memphis, Tenn. ss9 Trustee's fcale. 0J SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1871, At 13 O'clock M., I T WILL sell for cash, to the hlehest bidder, at i tneoutuwuatournerui maau ana luaulron VOUNO M EN To learu Ulegraphopoiatlng TSiySi j. iQrsoiiiiuiuuitw, jpiwutruBi.iopruinioihe lermsoi tne trust deed or A. L. AUa&Uo Teietvapfc,laiMBln w.,Mrm; 'aclCc and I Rankin, recorded In KegUtera offlce, Book 72. rdaliIoAw'p.47. JOHN P. TRtZEVANT, Trustee. dent. ItwuiliQvn that better refill La were attained with irsm one-hair to two-thirds the quanti ty the latter, than with any other in mar ket. The secret of the success lies in tho care with which Dojley'a Yeaat Powder ls pre pared, and Its entire fieedom from substances that are Injurious to too system. We challenge comparison at any and all times. The verdic or the consnmnr InaltravH In oar favor. For sale iiv all grocers. Attend Boberteon'fl Business Collegei Fine dress eoods reduced below cost or Importation at menaea promers. Yards No. 60 aialn afreet, mid corner Jleroando aud Gay oso hi reels. MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE lTi7!H.PPrTH I ?A7E.n J"?" assortment of my own make a Of Boots an ifHlirvia ahl.n I nf ..ii ho , w -1 ."".'i . y." lower "i,- '"fi ncitjover uuerea oeiore in Mem, phis. Give mw a call and Imlge for yourself. xaiOAJt u, HARRIS. D. L. M'KIKTnc- T. B. TURLEY. HARRIS, M'KISICK & TURLEY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, No. 43 18 Xadlson Street, TENNESSEE A. E. KENNLDAY. W. A. BCDO, Go to Leddln'a Bueiness College, ions toQohinc the financial affairs ofthnctiy except to request. If possible, greater economy Tlieortinlex The sale ol the Dry Docks will be come, hence action toward retrenchment 1 made to-day at twelve ociock. auuuiu jmai.iteijr i Hura, verr respect fully, JOHN LOAGUE, Mayor, THE CITY'S FINANCIAL CONDITION. Lta'MMe -Bonded Debt. Six per cent, past-due bonds 13,480 000 00 MALLARD DUCKS. Ten per cent, past-due bonds.. Six percent, paving bonds Hlx per cent. sob. ool bonds Ten per cent, school bonds. 6JU00 oo 7506m) 00 louo oo LIVINGSTON & COMPANY, 03! ESriO AND FOREIGN BAMKEES, 10 FINE BTREET, NXW YORK. IVE! S, VALISES, BAGS, ETC. The above Btontr will ha snlrl at snmriqlmr T)finia anal 4a a nrm.. a. . . above, call and Bri ol yourielves. 7' " r ou OI lE0 Wholesalo and Retail Dealers In Hlx per cent, Miss. K. R. bonds (cur, reucy; Total bonded debt. Five hundred pair of choice duoks for I hix per cent, funding bonckriroidTn naieat victor u. r uccaa,si jenereon streeu THE MEMPHIS STEAM DYEING Estatabllahment, 61 Madison street, is open ior tne iau season, ijeat work, at pnoes tu AM.I. ui, mum, B. a. HOLLENBERG, Proprietor. Fleishmannb & Co.'h rrnnre lQ.V.2S.'rnr" vAnat. the best article offered In thn m.i. I t. ., y .r . M For sale by all grocers. Ask lor dlrectio i Coui!bns doe prior to 1ST! (eauWd) Fl.aUngDeU, Bills payable- Ureenoack sorlo- utty sorlp (estimated) ,, 311,000 00 60,003 00 W0OO0 flnriftOTVnfltrntT nrrrnrilTful for Hnlnrr I 111 COB ro I "inw oi ont-oi-town oanas, nanxers, wiiiuiMiviu, taexuuiuiia uuu inuiviauais. Ufjjal Interest allowed on daily balances. wiict,wuub uiauo ana promptly remitted. Corrf tpondmet toUeUed. Exchingo on princi pal ciliaa of Europe. Lt vinooi-ON, JiEWBERN & CO- 103,307 . Loadoa. 4.7W 7 Ketjiux Tho InstantaneoTis cure to anVOai na I V SSJ Las UUilU. UTV. V a JUnHi V. I 1T1 rT Dam t neiooM . . . ' . - y "M" w i oiZiKB at naii price at Menken Broth. i Sloes 269 1-2 MAIN ST., Opposite ccart SQunre, MEMPHIS, : : TENNESSEE, THE B'E HIVR CLOTHING HOUSE Is the pl.ee to get bargains In Gents, Youth' and Boys' Clothlm-. lhn Raa iri.o'r,n larga-t and best sel-cUd stock cf riothlcc aud Furnishing Goods in thecity or Memphis, t. gather with I tunks, Valises, Traveling Bans! etc .to su t every vnH.lv nftoera i 7.. and the great beauty of the whole matter Is! the Bee HI ve lothlng House will sell cheaper ptnectsaUafAcUaa or no sale. lUmembtr BEE HIVE CLOTHIHS HODIB, No. 831 Mala St, Memphis A. WGI&BNSTBm 267 MAIN STREET. O. XPE.V.EI. 03B. PASO, SUGGS & C ESALE GROCER! TTON PAC PROPRIETOR. ro. ass jBtojuv mnrmjsim'a!.