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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL "WE!D!SrElSX).Y, NOVEMBEE 18, 1874.
AjarrsEMENTS. BH11IM THEATER. DA.VBY- FSOPEIETOB FOR LEASE. hree mebU wbA catorday MMlrjee. com mcnttnt THCBHDA.Y, Nov. 1HU. -pedal Telegrams The Oomet u Cornlnc-Re-tarnfteFitofUs The OlaHellable llnppj- Cal Vier' 2UK8TRELS ASD BRASS BAD. The Stnpendeas OrKSDlratioa or modern mes. Indorsed by the press and publlo to be the oaly troupe or Minstrels complete In every department. Engagement Extraordinary Miwm. liofd and Turner, who claim the su periority over all Bong and Dance Artists, will appear at eaeb entertainment. Reserved seals for sale at the reabody Hotel and at the Thea ter. Price list as nraal. Remember the date. MR. E. KOJENBAUM, Genl Agent. MR. MOSE ENOLK, Press Agent. JJIi. K. F. OOBUBN, Uthosrapb Ag'l. Monday, Nov. IB-The Great MaJlltonH. LAND For a term of yean, 35 acres or good land, within three miles or Court -Square; suitable lor a market card en ordalry. Inquire ol B.O.rtniyE.8t Main street. STRAYED OR STOUSN". UHl'HIS THEATER. PBOfBIETOa- T. W. DAVEY Kngagement or the Celebrated and Wonderful HAJILTOXS! MARRIE CHARLES kXD FRANK WITH THIIE ECCENTRIC OOMKDV COMPANY, orgasUed expressly tor the prodncUou of their new plays. Tuesday Evenlnc, November Still, will be produced, for the first time In this i city, ttelr new. sparkling gobbUn operaUc feosatlon, entlUed DIACUOXU! repiete with beautiful music, quaint and ec ntneent costumes. Reserved seats to be had at the Peabody Ho tel and at the Theater. Box sheets now open. REWARD-On the Z?th or October last, a small red and white spotted cow, one eu cropped and silt, and -fyjJff1?. igi" other: had a red call, about a months old. A LIBERAL KEWAUO will be paid for their ffnp'jMB stolsk; J1fK Rfc WARD -WW be paid for the return S25 of BBorrel mare mole. near 5 hands JC? c-78 years old and branicd B " on Uie Oor. La Roe and Jackson sta Memphis. . TOL.KN AND hOLD Orance-and-whlto setter dog, sixteen months old : one upper tooth -at ; last seen with uaDe race, coioieo. Any AnrormaMon win w nmsraux- uuu u. . naxtt I). nHYWOW.M? Main su TAKEN UP. 10W InthepoiesslonorMrs.aiJL.l.lVAN I i MeCall st- on the bluff, one black and white cow. Owner will call and pay charges. IKEWtLMV OPEUA1IOUSE. W. DAVEY . 8. PKKNOYER MASAOKR. A Great AUraettoa! For Six Nigh ts and SaV BMay Mallivee, oommeocmg uami.v Hr.nl n w rnvHaber 23d. America's ttritBaktlt King of Clowns TIFT- KIfJI!jAi? IIUSIIT'T.DTJMPIT wMfc his sarerb New Vork Trpope. 4 PUffPTiKT PBUFIAI B asteets bow open at the Peabody Hotel ad at MreOpcrobotisean Monday. November Hd. atWa'Motfc ana aauy. KASB MASQUBKADE BAKX AT THE KXTOSITIOS BUILDDiB, rrlday HveBlag, November 20, 187 AT BMHT (HrLOCK. PflOf. ARNOLDS POLL STRING BAND has beast eBgagfrl tar me eceoaion. m-t-t will bi anfiMieed. and the Man aeers wtU endeavor to make this the Grasd jiau OS saw mmbw. BULBS AND HHGOLATIONH. The aaDerles will be reserved, for spectators nut lament- until U o'clock. Dp to this time no master will be auowea in mat poruou ui Unttltfcesame hoer no person not in mask will anawed on the main noor. No mm eking will be required. So weapana or arms or any kind will beat lowed ta sensing. EXECUTIVE COSpUTTEE: a B. SoMaiM, H. T. Tomllnson, L. B. Morns. COMMITTKK OF ARRANGEMENTS: John Loagne, Mayor, J. C Ward, Am l x- raBKUfiu, J. C Lallman, John Roosh, J. D. Danbary, J. A. etcmag J.J. N.J J. M. Keating. ATnos Woodruff, John eH(, Hmaa4o.Mlss Grenada, Mies- Mai. W. Haywood, Chas. W. Richard. BrawnevUle, Tesn faardls. Miss, Ed. Barke I'MEeu. RBOSPTIOK COMMITTEE: J. W.-Osehraa, T. A. Nelson, B. Lawoafttote, A. J. Kalter, . A. SHfen, P.J. MaHon, Jobs Gaas, James Roosa, Geo. Hoak, E. Marshall, W.8. Brace. FLOOR MANAGERS: n.K. H. Kobwthen, OoL W. L. Doff. J . K. MlUer, Huwte Hunt, Hinry eeeweLir- W. J. P. Doyle, W. Y. Hamlin, John A. Fleet, CeeUMosby. oTTIoketsof aamlsstOB One Dollar each, to be ha at the usaal pteee. nol6 BEGL.IW OPERA HOUSE. five Sights aal Saturday Matinee, Commencing TUESDAY, NOVEMBER ITth. THE GREAT DeOASTRO TBODPE AND Iidles'andCieBU'SllTrr Helicon Baud. F rat aapearaaee In three years of the favorite 'XlBaGatst and Ventriloquist. DeCASTRO. I rat apfK&rance or JEPPE," the great Oharaeter Actor and Parlor OomHjue. F rut aapsaraaee of M ls r ANN IK, thecharm lac Vocalist and UtaB BeU bototst. Prof. (tHEPPAKU, the eminent Pianist. O. F. KICHArUH. the great Indian Box Mys tery. N w Beancos In Ventrikxjulsm, and Nightly DhHrtbatlon of I CtHSTLT GIFTS. ISO A (MISSION Dress Circle and ParqoeUe, ic ; Kaaslly Crete. gae; Gallery. c uilAWD MATINEE, Batorday at S ocloct. livery child attending will receive a hand otne present. miestoB to Matinee, 2Se to all pari of the 1 OQI. PV1 f ARE HORSE MCLE Taken up on the iv I lBth Inst AHntinrrol mare, with a white spot In the forehead, about 16 hands high; one sorrel horse, about same bight; and one darx brown mare mule, about US hands high, me owner will please call and prove property, pay charges and take the prorrty. Residence three miles houth or city, on Major DleK person n piece FOR REST. EK-HOOM In a central office. OFFI- 1 CK8, single or in suiia, niiE.o.rii'.u KOOMB. single or in suits. All supplied with gas, ec etc. . it. jicval.l.ui. XHH5 .TllWiinUli C.V,tm FARMERS PREPARE FOR 18T-A1I other renters invited to examine our city, su burban and country property, lor rent. rlUUihVAA L a iaj., tv Aisaison m. W. D. MeCallum, In Rental Department. QCILDING Suitable for sale Stable or Ch- 1 1 denaker estaoiisoment. lerms easy. Address P Appeal office. OARM Seven miles east or Memphis, on JC Macon road, THREE HUNDRED ACRBB of cleared land ; will rent all or a part of it very low.to a good tenant. The party renting can pay his rents by fixing up fences, houses, Jetc, this winter. Apply to oA-w GOOD LETT A CO, 282 Front St. TJUSINRSS JL HOUSE A four-story crick business house. No. 87 Adams st near Main; well lighted ana oommoatous. Ap ply to G. B. PETERS, JB. ENGINE SO-horse power engine and boiler. Apply at It NORTH SECOND ST. rpwO-STORY HOUSE-No. SI Mosby street. 1 eight rooms, with coal and wood house. Apply at a SECOND ST. S7XJRKHOUSE From and after November 1. 1ST!, storehouse No. 987 Main St. (under Peabodv Hotel), now occupied by Messrs. Francisco & Wlggln. Apply to octal RESIDENCE- Twofltory frame, ery con venient and desirable location, street cars St. pafefilnc In front: low to a prompt tenant. . ply to H. Q. HOLLENBEltG. gH Main t ROOMS Handsomely furnished rooms. Ap ply at Room S, third floor, 191 Main street. RESIDENCES 86 Union Btreet, 11 rooms; 6 Union street. 8 rooms; cotlaga and nve acres, Kerr avenue. MlriUrt A1UW1UUKH, stu becona su distant. A friend carried Waggener to his house near by, and upon ewrnlna tlon it was ascertained that the rifle-ball had penetrated his left breast. Monday morning Waggener's condition was pre cariou, and no hope was entertained of his recovery. Yesterday afternoon a horse-trader met a negro thief named Jessie Carter, on DeSoto street near Beale, and recog nized him as the man who had stolen a horse in Mississippi and sold the animal to him. Carter being told to consider himself under arrest, ran down the Btreet,2and, though fired at by the trader, made good bis escape. A glorious meeting was held last evening at the first Baptist church. Rev. A. P. Graves preached a moat pow erful and telling sermon to the young men of the city, who were in large at tendance, notwithstanding the dreadful vreaihe1. Indeed, the house was almost packed. At the conclusion of the ser vices, a large number of young men went forward and occupied the front pews of the church, not only for prayer, but to give their testimony to the truth and experiences of Christianity. Such a scene, and such testimonies, havn sel dom been witnessed and heard, as manv spoke of what they had realized, and of wuat ueyuesireu. tuo meeting was greauy oiesseu, anu we trust mat tuear ready increased and profoundly devel oped interest will still continue. A thanksgiving sermon will bo preached this evening, at a nuarter past seven o'clock, rain or shine,' at the First Bap tist church. Services also at the same church at half-past eight o'clock this morning, anu preaching ny jvir.uraves, at the Central Baptist church, at three o'ciock this afternoon. .Let no one fail to attend any of these meetings. GENERAL COUNCIL. The Property Condemned Contention of City BonduoMcrs Names of Commissioners Appointed. Provision Hade to Pay the London Ac countThe Message and Sugges tions of the Mayor. PERSONAL. .aiR. james wjxkins, sr., we are glad to hear, has so far recovered from his recent illness as to be able to go to Hot Springs, Arkansas, where he will remain several weeKs. General W. C. Whttthorne. M. C. from the seventh district, is visiting the city. General Whltthorne is one of our ablest! consrresSmen. and is snoken of as a fit person to be made speaker of tne nouse or representatives. AMDS SMENTS. airADISON STREET OFFICES-Two new If I eround-noor front offices at No. 85 Madi son street, suitable for physicians, lawyers, tailors or for a fruit store. Apply at oaz no. is MAUimjx r. GARDEN A rich garden on a long lease. " 10 acres, on PoDlar street boulevard. 2i miles from the city, the old PDUler place. olyto R. nullum r itAxSEit, m No. 7 Madison street. DWELLING. 31 Exchange sU extended. Apply at foot of Washington street to sea wuimrtn . STOHEU Two desirable stores, Nos. U and M Beale street. Apply to 1 Aw f. i f:Ki:f., next a oor. Vs and lurnltare for sale. Fixtures sel FOWLER HOMESTEAD Comer Union street and Marshall avenue, with out- BOBses, stables. Sower and vegetable gardens and. spacious front yard, for one year, or a term of years, to a desirable tenant. Apply aaM SB Madison street. 2 WISH COTTAGE On She'by street; Bes- taaraat. ho. 79 jecerson street, ana two other cottages. J. E. RIOELOW Jftt ' Aim n alTWU FOR SALE. No.l MOLE. DRAY. CART AND HAR NKH1 for sale. Apply at the Bsggaee roam Mempnis ana xouisviue uepou nois SAUSAGE, ETC. -Pa re pork sausage, head cheese, spare ribs, fresh lard ot our own make, fresh meats. B. P. SMITH & CO, novlo o m i'opiar at. TURNITURE To be sold cheap for oash, 1' bed -room, dining ana Eitcnen lurniture, stove, oU-cloltiK, qoeensware. China, etc- all nearlv new: to be seen ttt 311 Georgia street. Jast on Hernando cars. no!6 NE Doable Tenement and Lot, each cash t f&OU. Addrow Appeal office. BARBER CHAIR, glass, razors, brushes and combs. Apply at 398 BHELB ST. ALU ABLE PLACE I offer for sale one of the best onarter-sectlons of land In North Mississippi, Immediately at Harzel's station, on Mlsstvlnnl and Tennessee Railroad. In De Soto county, fifteen miles torn Memphis; . .. . hnniln 'am. In xnltlvallnn with good residence and other improvements. ii. xx v,uauina ootll daw Hernando, Miss. JTALLION Fine tboroughored btaUlon, J Itii hands high, coven years old: can trot in leuuu nauuiv .uu uw. uuir)! and sure foal-getter. Apply at my stable. No. . . . - KX I ' I '(lTI i I n REMOVAL. R R. MILLKR. JosUce of the Peace, to No , Wb Main .tweeu op p. rew you rxnoaBe. POR SAXJC OR REHT. v; j ITU WO masquerade bolt, at the French TO EXCHA1JGE. ryBOPEKT V First-class Improved residence L property; eight thousand dollars; one I' i .rtii la awavey, on time; balance In other pr Ue IJP. AjQoresH maa.xppwj maw. PIANOS. NOM AND ORGANS Tuned, reoalred and exehansed: work done by experl- wc,nrss-cias8 worcmen. ana warrantea. ive enters for dtv or oountrv at ). HOLLENBERG'R.ClarkV Marble Rloclc SALE OR EXCHANGE. E8IDKNCE I'ROPERTY-The valuable residence monertr. known as the Dona- L.w Place, on the Char'cston railroad, outside i !..-city limits, for which the late Mr. bhoe- u .tke paid lhlrty-l x thousand dollars. Is now o- bsm, or wxu excuasge iot ousiness pro i ' v on Union, Bbelby or Main, between V.oi - and Beale Bt-eeW. Wx. M. HLEDGE. Jr. PERSONAL.. ir ANTED A party wishing to lnve-t in a VY tcaleel paying business that will stand d .education. Cul oa or address t ol6 T. A. BENNETT. 17K Second at ANY live man, with a very small capital, wanting a good paying employment. :niy una u ny caiung on T. A. BENNETT, iiovlt At I'D Second street. T iK. ALFRED VOORHIEB. XJ (Eye and liar Diseases), IftOVll IS POPLAR Street. ROOMS AXZ mOJLRT). KOOMB AND BOARD Desirable front room with board, at 16 UNION HT. II COM XV AND BOARD One unfurnished room In private family. W1ADAMB KT. T) OOM8 AND BOARD- at 56 MONROE HT. rt OOM AND BOARD Fine front room on XV first floor, unfurnished, with board. Can r, emmodate a f ew day boarders also. Apply at iH antra street, corner ci wnwnggwa. KOOMH-GEE HOUSE, cot. Main and Beale. Fifty newly furnished rooms, single or a suit. lor gentlemen only; W and 112 per n'nth,l ana 75 ceau per day. Good board -: five dollars rr week. In the building, sets "WANTS. T AD Y Of refinement to assist in the care of 1 , a large hooseooid. Apply, alter z pjo. at No. : t Poplar street. noM OITUATION AS BEAV8TRE9S In a re O speetaMe family by a white woman who is willing to make. herself generally rueful; i, a objection to go a short distance from town. AUaXeS -Ti. V., AipHI VUiCC ANVAHftERS Two srst-elass SewlncMa- chine eaavassers. Liberal Inducements 'flared. Address E. a Appeal office. "VTOUNG MEN To learn telegraph operating A JOrBCwnujviiuuiiimi Mniu.oca,jvH. ii,mu aonn as onallfled. Address Pacific and Atlantic Telegraph Jfi Main t,Kemphla(dw BOOK-KEEPER Bltaaaon as a first claw book-keeper or assistant, by an expert- need man, who can f uralh the best of city reference. Address t. v. w .. Appeal umce. Ci ARDENER situation as Gardener and to X care for and drive horses. Best reference ? en. Aaaress uaiuim xtw apjiwu muw. 17 URNITURE To rent for the winter. nice I aaltor bed-room rursinire. inquiroai aovli NO. 6 COURT ST. cITUATION-B, ij in a whoiesa house. Address an experienced salesman. e grocery, liquor orjooacoo lUiiEOXjui, muoaicp. inn HAND To work on levee. Apply to AvU HARDEMAN & POLK, no6 At Hard times, Tensas parish. La. "TTT ANTED YOUR ATTENTION TO THE W MEMPHIS AWNING MANUFACTO RY, 81 Washington at. Awnings or all style made to order, cabinet work and Furniture made and repaired, re-upholstered, varnished, Aid packed for ehlpmeut. Carpets taken up. cleaned an maid. Ail work call d for andde Uveredlreeof chars H. ROTTEN HERO. yOUNS MEN -To learn telegraph ope rat lag lor new railroad and commercial of- Qeea. x'erzaaxieat. pusiuons as Boon as quail MA. Address Paclflo and At lanue Telegraph, ce. pox 8sMemphls,Tenn, ALOON The Franklin Houee saloon. No. 11 Adams street, opposite the Worsham Hise.can be bought cueap for cash. nov6 rrtHB RKM11ERT PLACE This beautllul residence, with Cue grove and improvements, rail aitnated for a home or gardening Pur poses, within twomtlesof the city, about half a mile from Rozell Station, on Memphis and Charleston railroad, and the fine public school there, on the great ridge running eastward from Memphis, bounded by three avenues. tv. . o i.ncr w irtNr.av 1 ui miiu " - , no4 41 Madison street. tfALUABLE BROWNSVILLE PROPERTY V at Public Sale I will sell at public sale, to the highest bidder, on the premises, on TUESDAY. December 1, 1871, that valuable property In the city of Brownsville, Tenn anown as the Exchange notei, a nrsi-cias bouse, now doing a good paying business; and, alw.at the same time, lour business lots adjoining. This is the most desirable prop erty in Brownsville, and will be a paying in vestment. Terms one-third cash ; balance In one and two vears. Annly to H. W. COT TE K, hk. or C. F. READ, Brownsville, Tenn. 0 LD TYPE METAL . . At appeal urrxec AT WHOLKMALE Five boat-loads No. ; Pittsburg Coal, bv XI. Ji. rAt niK K xvi owuuu sw BTTK PRKWH An A No. 1 lotler-press, , JexlIVC, iron framed, with two drawe-f, lube sold cheap. Apply at THIS OFFICE. tNGINE AND BOILER Cheap. Inquire of BEASLEY, BARTON & CO., ,yW No. 210 Front street. FARM Cheap tor easb, one of the best farms in Shelby county, 189 acres. Apply x. W. snun.M jxiauxsuu bu OUGOIEs Four or five second-hand and tj one new top boggy, very cheap, at C. H. Bract ett & Co.'a stables. No. id Second street. AHbOKlED LlliOOIW, BAR FIXTURES and Counter. Also. Stole. Hoisting Ap paratus and. good Cart, very cheep, for cash. Apply at room ft, Gee House. sals 1f fifltt BBL8. No.l PITTSBURG COAL, IUjUUU as low as the lowest. Also, Pey tona Cannel and St. Bernard coals, cheap as - any other man." Also, WOOD "in every style." Also, a One Hockaway and a cuggy.waajoB. XX. XI. xAi;K.JXt d uu mya lW Second street. VHAKi O0D- StiO cords BeAAoned -wood. In quanii- Ui 141 UU1U AUUreH U. il. IULjUZjIV Dilll A-ff MIW UMIUVU, ACUUeaWl ICIKO Jl ders with C. A. GASTON, X Madison street. . . ....ii.t.i.. i. . mu . . . . xuAnjianni runiiio a uiige lot, 01 O very best varieties, at lowest markei prices. OCV X. O. iUUUlUUA. llnmpty Damply. We are elad to announce that Georee L. Fox and his Humpty Diimpty troupe trill commence a week's engagement at the Ureeniaw Unerahouse next Monday night. Mr. Fox is acknowledged to be the prince or pantomimists, ana in "Mumpty uumpty" has justly won a national reputation. Since he was last inMemDhis he has imnroved msJlumv tn JDumpty troupe, and added many in teresting ieatures ana novel attractions which have never before been nut upon the stage. The troupe is now one of the largest that ever appeared in Memphis, and cannot fail to draw big houses. Fox is a renowned actor in this line, and has spared loel net pains nor money to im prove his excellent Eumpty Dumply troupe. Ilie Great KaJIItons. The interesting Majiltona open a week's engagement at the Memphis Theater next Tuesday night. This troupe is, perhaps, one of the most en tertaining that ever visited Memphis, and since its recent departure from Kew York, has never failed to draw crowded houses. The Majiltons perform a varie ty of most entertaining and amusing tricks, including a great deal that our Feople have never seen ujwn the stage, n fact, novelty, wonder and art charac terize every feature of their entertain ments, which are si varied in nature, and so felicitous in enjoyment, as hard ly to permit anything like an extended notice in this connection. We feel well assured that they will command a most liberal patronage, and draw crowded houses every night of their engagement in our city. The Casluo-Annlvcrsary Ball. Last night the German Casino of this city gave its seventeenth anniversary banquet and ball at Cochran hali,which was largely attenaeu Dy tne members or the organization ana pleasantly par ticipated in by a large number of guests. The banquet was quite sumptuous, and was in every sense creditable to the hirrh character of the Casino, composed as it is of our more prominent and enterpris ing German citizens, whose good taste ana excellent nospitanty in ail enter tainments are proverbial. After the tanquet the newly elected officers were installed witn tne usual ceremonies in cident to such an occasion. The new officers are as follows: Sr. Theodore Hoerner, president; Dr. A. Szerenyi, vice-president; Theodore Krekel, sec retary; John Schlebler, treasurer: 8. lxangbein, librarian; ana il. Moeller. ate warn, wnen tne ouicers nau been installed, tne nan was opened ana con tinued until an early hour this morning, tne occasion was a oruitant entertain ment, and did honor to the Casino. DeCastro at the Operalionse. Last night the DeCastro troupe gave its introductory entertainment to a largo number of spectators at the Greenlaw Operahouse. Professor DeCastro, in his Magia Circle, exhibited quite a number of marvelous tricks, to the great delight or tne spectators, iits ventriloquism is indeed wonderful, for DeCastro has long since ootaineu penection in tnis strange science. Jeppe, in his character songs, Blinkt and on'l Put Your Foot on a Man, were well sung and most appre ciatively received. Miss Fannie. In her staff-bell solo, gave evidence of a thor ough mastery of the science, and evoked melodies rare and touching from the un usual instrument. Indeed, her profi ciency is remarkable, and she proves herself a true artist. Another excellent feature of the entertainment was the flirtation duets, Little Bunch and Ttci light in thi Park, by Jepps and Fan nie, who were recalled and a third time encored most enthusiastically Tbo audience did not cease its clamor until the manager stated that Miss Fan nie's indisposition would prevent her reappearance. After this Pror. DeCas tro and Jeppe engaged in the great In dian box mystery, which, to be fully appreciated, must be seen. How any man could free himself from a sealed bag and get into a box, bound with ropes, and without disturbing either the snots or the strings, is quite astonish ing. This wonderful feat, however, which some are disposed to ascribe to spiritualism, was most successfully ac complished last night. There were other features ol the entertainment equally in teresting and novel, which we have not ?ace to mention in this connection, be entertainment was quite pleasant and gave general falisfactlou to all pres ent At its conclusion a large number of presents, some very handsome, were tsirioutea. une ueuastro troupe appear again to-night at the Operahouse. Important Communication from City Attorney Hanson In Kegard to In terest on Back Taxes Pe titions Etc. SECOND-HAND SAFE Good as new; Her ring's make; cheap. Inquire of 1-xr.tUyH c xxiA, x-xaxiiers XUB. XlfUKllUg. iietlUKNCK-MT late residence on Jema- IV mine street, third door eaitt or Lauder dale street. House and grounds in perfect ler. JOHN uvkiiiuh.jb. jYOTICE. All Advertising Bills after this dale, for amounts less than Five Dollars, must he paid for before insertion. This rule will be strictly adhered to. LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. The John M'Carty arson case In the criminal court will be given to the jury to-day. Eva M'Call yesterday filed a peti tion in the second circuit oourt for a di vorce from her husband, alleging cruel ty and inhuman treatment. Night before lost thieves tried to steal a horse and saddle from Mr. Bailey of 2To. 18S Beale street. After effecting au entfance to the stable and saddling the horse, they found it impossible to get away with the animal, which proved too lrsctious. They made off however with a new set of wagon harness. At Bearfleld landing, MississipiJ county, Arkansas, last Saturday, two farmers, named Tom Waggener and Cables, met and had a difficulty about some missing steel-traps, xno men parted, but met -Sunday near Wag- PAiier's nouse. uauies ueing accomrmnieu by two youths supposed to be his sons. The difficulty was renewed, and resulted in Cables shootl- g Waggener with a rifle. One of the boys snapped his pis tol at Waggener as he was falling, and no sooner had they seen their foe nros- trate and bleeding than they fled.Cables saying that he was going to surrender himself to a magistrate twelve miles I DOWff GOES THE PRICE, Good Norfolk oysters at thirty-five cents per can, at J. A. SIGNAIGO'S, 278 Second and 168 Main streets. Ladies' and Misses' shoes, the finest anil latest styles, in great variety, at Cof ley t Co.'s, 336 Main street. Btttrla, 387 Main street, supplies families with oysters by the can. BM0KER3 will always be certain of One, unadulterated, and strictly clean cigars, by buying only those made by D. Hlrsch 4 Ctx, 174 water street. New York; factory. No. ins. Third collection -district. New York. Everyone can request to he shown the box, and thereby ascertain the name of the manu factory number. D. HIRSCH 4 CO. The cheapest and best Bteam Dyeinq ana ijx.kazku xxousk in me cslvlai Z45 tie cond street. HANSON 3S7FILKKR. Odr new styles cf box-toe double-sole gaiters, for gents, rire the finest to bo found anywhere. Call and see. THOS. COFFEY & CO, 338 Main St. Neuril. The instantaneous cure for nnirawta, Geo. W. Jones A Co., keep it. FACTS WORTH KNOWIXO. During 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 from one-half to two-thirds the quanti ty of the latter, than with any other In mar ket. The secret of the success lies In the care with which Dooley's Yeast Powder Is pre pared, and It entire freedom from substances that are Injurious to the system. We challenge comparison at any and all times. The verdict of the consumer is always In our favor. For sale by all grocers. Fine double-sole, box-toe and Scotch bottom boots, at Coffey & Co.'s, 336 Jlain street. Goto Lcddln'a Business College. ma, yuu can get it at street, where von are sure to be suited In style and price. $1 0 to $1000 Invested in stocks and gold pays 3 0 per ot. a month. Bend for particulars, iuinbndge Co, lfaukers,2 Wall sU,N. Y. 1 The proceedings of the general coun cil published yesterday were of consid erable interest, growing out of the im portance of the business transacted. There was the property condemned by the fire department and thenominatious for registrars the latter a question around which there centered all the lit tleness of the mere ward politician, but which was finally settled by the mayor, who, as the President of the United States usually does with the senators, yielded his own to the wishes of the aldermen of the several wards. The mayor in this made a victory over him self as well as over his opponents. T.he proceedings which we publish to-day are of equal significance that part especial ly which conveys the pleasing intelli gence of the appointment of six of our citizens as a commission to negotiate reduction of the bonded debt of the city. This is the most important step yet taken to relieve our tax payers of present burdens, outweigh ing, as it does, even the reduction taxation effected by Mayor Loague; and if the commissioners thus appointed shall succeed in effecting the results an' ticipated, Memphis will date, from Loague's administration, a fresh start In the race for prosperity and rem Another important matter is the com munlcation of City-Attorney Hanson in regard to the remission of accumulated interest on back taxes to certain tax payers, BOARD or ALDERMEN. The board met pursuant to adiourn- ment, present. Chairman Bobbins pre siding, ana Aiuermen jj wyer, Maiatesta Dent, uicaiia, Miiisman, Doyle and Colligan. PROPERTY CONDEMNED. The report of the fire committee on the condemnation of certain property within the tire limits, was reierred to the city attorney for advice: this action was finally reconsidered, and the action of the council concurred in. CONVENTION OF BONDHOLDERS. Alderman Hillsman offered a resolu tion, which was adopted, that the re commendation of the mavor in his message in reference to calling a council of the bonded creditors of the city be approvea; ana uiiy-Attorney Hanson, and Messrs. I. M. Hill, E. M. Apperson, i v. Jjetnei, J. m. .Heating and A. J, ivellar be appointed to represent the citys interest in said convention, ana receive anv nrooosition that mav be made by said creditors in reference to said indebtedness; and that said con vention oe caned ror Monday, Decern ber 15, 1874. BORROWING FROM PETER TO PAY PAUL. A resolution was adopted by the coun cil that a certain amount be borrowed from the special fund belonging to the wnari ana lanaing (thirty-lour hundred dollars), and to negotiate a loan of twenty-six hundred dollars more, for the pur pose of meeting the cash payments now past due on paving contracts; also, that the elevator wharfage, as It becomes due, bo applied only for the payment of tne notes or tne city given to iur. dou don in settlement of account. Con curred in. BUSINESS FROM THE OTHER BOARD. Several Items of business which had been adopted by the council came up. and the action of that body was con concurred in by the board of aldermen. After which the board indulged In a re cess, subject to the call of the chairman. ADJOURNED. Reassembled, it was discovered that all the business of the present month had been disposed of, and the board ad journed to the next regular meeting in December. with instructions to draft an ordinance in accordonce with the same. The council concurred In the resolu tion of the board of aldermen respect ing the mayor's communication. Petition from A. J. Steele, referred; petition from the merchants' protective association, tabled. The ordinance from the other board respecting registration, etc., passed its final reading. The petition of Glenn & Vinson, stating that they had repaired their boat, and asking a reduction of the pen alty added to them, was tabled. Samuel Watson's petition was referred to the finance committee. Adjourned to the next regular meet ing. . i COLMF.RVILI.E. Lectnreor Rev. Dr. Walk, or Memphis An Occasion oi Great Satisfaction. EXP03ITIO3I BALL. HAHKS t COSTUMES! MAS HS I COSTUMES! MASKS! COSTUMES t Greatest Variety. LEUBRIE BROS. 320 and 232 Main street. TO THE TKAUfc'. WELRTi NEW STYLES LOW PRICES! NUM & 00, 2C5 Main 8k, cor. Court, OFFER A VERY FINE STOCK OF AND NEW COMMON COUNCIL. The common council met in the city nan lastnignt pursuant to adjournment, President Hewitt in the chair. After the roll was called, the two boards held a taint session, whereupon the follow im communication respecting tne CITY'S FINANCES was read, from Mayor League, and, on motion, received. MATon's Office, Memphis, Tesn., 1 November 17, 1871. Honorable General Council: Gentlemen You have requested me, in connection with the finance com mittee, to confer with leading capitalists for the purpose of having their views in regard to the bonded debt of the city, and the best means of disposing of it. I have had the subject under considera tion, and am of the opinion that proba bly the best means of attaining the de sired end would be a committee of citi zens to meet the bondholders of the city in convention, at an eany day. at the city of New York, lor the purpose of ob taining from them some aennite propo sition as to the terms upon which they would surrender tneir claims, ana re' ceive, in lieu thereof, a new series of bonds to De issued Dy tne city, u rns plan would secure a concert and harmony of action of tne creditors, ana wouia ac complish the object in a more speedy and definite manner. Direct commu nication should, in some manner, be had with the holders ot these securities, and the importance and magnitude of the subject certainly demands that the best and most effective means should be re sorted to. To obtain this information by mere correspondence would probably reveal a diversity oi views tnai wouiu be hard to reconcile in any short space of time. So, I think, that to have cap italists meet with the finance commit tee and myself would accomplish very little in comparison with what the pla,n now proposed indicates. We know that several of our longest creditors have ex pressed not only a willingness but desire for a compromise upon such terms as would enable the city to meet her ob ligations promptly. In other words. they are willing to sacrifice a portion of tneir-aeot on wmcn tne city cannot pay the Interest for the sake of getting it live and on Collierville. Tenn.. November 14. Our city was highly entertained last night by a lecture from Dr. David Walk, of your city. The lecture was delivered in the hall of Bellevue female college. Vocal and instrumental music by many ladies added much to the in terestof the evening. Dr. Walk lec tured on "What he saw In Europe." and it appears he saw a great deal. All who hetrd him thinks he saw a great deal more than he could tell In an ordinary lecture. His description of scenery, of tne people. naDits. character, customs, etc.. were more interesting than the usual newspaper correspondents' style. Many things that are n jt mentioned in books and letters are explained by the aoctor in a very interesting manner. .He started with us oil tsanay hook, car tied us with him upon the broad ex panse of the Atlantic, described the many particulars of a sea. voyage, and was particularly humorous as to tne Din of fare on board the ship. The beautiful shores of Ireland, seen at a distance of sixty miles, were pictured in delightful style. He was searched by a custom house official upon landing, and, lo! he had; tobacco in his baggage. A friend had insisted on furnishing this to the doctor before leaving Lome; but this argument was not sufficient for the man who "sat at the receipt of custom." He pronounced the words. "Four and sixpence," in a manner that was both childlike and bland. The doctor point ed with equal composure to the word, "Reverend," prefixed to his name on his valise, and the officer said, "It is all ngnt; you have my permission to pass," etc. He said it was the first time that title had ever done him or any one else any good. At the fine hotel In the heart of Liverpool he had such a home-like supper that he hardly realized it was not supper-time at his own home on the banks of the Mississippi river In the far west We took a Iook at Glasgow, and passed on to a city whose foundations were laid Dy Julius utesar. in describ ing the pleasantu and cheap travel on European railways, he brought vividly to our minds the visit of a number of Colliervillians to the Exposition a few nights ago. We paid seventy-five dol lars for a car. A goodly numberof gen tlemen and ladies took passage for Mem phis, just before night, the car being at tached to the "way-freight" Through manyinconveniences, vexations and de lays, we reached Memphis, the train be ing much behind time, and the Exposi tion about to close for the evening. The manager of the Exposition very kindly kept it open longer than usual for our benefit, or our trip would have been in vain. The European barbershops, ac cording to Walk's description, have not the conveniences that American shops possess. He sat straight up in a straight-back chair to be shaved. The musical performances at Bellevue college on the night or the lecture were worth the price of admission. There was first a quartette, Florence Sweet, by Misses Schoolfield and Ingram, and Messrs. Heed and Strickland, which was rendered in admirable style. Next a solo by Miss Persons Sol for Gold or Precious Stones. This was well exe cuted. Misses Sallie Ingram and Ella Mayo piayeu a auet, rent, viat, vict, the rendition of which reflected great credit upon themselves and the college. A solo by Miss Ellen Perkins brought down the house witli applause. It was entitled JKativc Scenes. The next was a vocal duet and chorus by Misses In gram and Persons, viz: Oanl tfcna.wbich was exceedingly jweet. The exercises were closed by a quartette, Come where my Love lies Dreaming. After the close Miss Perkins, by request, sang Maanie's Secret in that charming style she so happily possesses. REPORTS. 100 cases choice styles standard prints, opened at menken & brothers. VAUirtrna will find the best assortment nf Imnbi and KhnftH. for men. women and ehUdnui, at Coffey & Co.'s, 836 Main CAME0Sj BLACK ONYX, The trreat scandal caused by parlies ROMAN GOLD AND CORAL, wilronteTesofubiic of Srooches and Ear BiDg9, far-f fhnt "Rnth'fi Rntinrft Brand" OV8-I fact that "Ruth's Sauare Brand" oys ters always give perfect satisfaction, Our English clump sole boots and shoes, for men and boys, excel all others. coffey & co. HYINGSTON & COMPANY, BOBESriG AND FOREIGN HAMKEUS, 10 PINE STREET, NEW YORK. THEY INVITE AN INSPECTION.- IRISH ARRIVAL. A LARGE STOCK OF Fancy Candy, Toys, Nuts, Balslns, Etc, Conservatively organized for doing the business of out-of-town banks, bankers, mmoratlnns. merchants and individuals. Usual Interest allowed on dally balances. (Yillerttnns mailt) and oromDtlv remitted. Comttxmdence toUciltd; Exchange on prlncl-1 419 Main Street pal cities or Europe. LIVINGSTON. NEWBERN 4 CO.. London. Ladies, for party shoe3 and slippers, in colors and white, goto Colley & Co.'s, 3oUJViain street. PERSONAL Ako-a flnetassortmentof cnpld Leaves, Hoses, urnamenung uooos tor i4ULes w rsuumx lor sale exits x' ax wixul..- and Ornamenting Goods for Caki Kim Pa tier, for sale CHEP SALE. Call soon and send In your orders at JOHN B. BIGAROI & CO.'S, : Memphis, Tenn In addition to my present very able and efficient corps of assistants, I have been fortunate in securing the services of Jas. E. Sprague, Esq., recently of Washington City, where ne nas Deen connected with the office of the Southern Claim Commission during the past three years, l taKe pleasure in commenaing Mr. Sprague to my clients, and to all others who may seek information con cerning losses sustained by them during the war and their rights under existing laws. GILBERT MOYERS. Offices No. 1210 "F street, Wash ington. D. C; No. 42 North Court street, Memphis, Tenn.; corner Washington j ana urove streets, viCKsourg, miss. Attend Robertson's Business College The finest stock of custom-made boots and shoes, for men and boys, ladies and children, ever offered in this marEet, is at uotiey cc uo.'e, 33t Main street JOSEPH S. SMITH' CLOTHING If mm b 11 l U.J 267 Main Street, (Opposite Conrt Square, between Barnam'g Jewelry Store faad Leldj's Hat Store). Overooatslfrom (7 50 to 870. Business units from. 810 to $50. Blaok Cloth Dress Salts from $30 to 860.1 150 Pine Dress Beaver Coats at 817 50, worth $27 50. 300 Caassimere Business Coats (of broken Suits) at 87 50, worth $18. 150 Cassimero Vests at $1 50, worth $4. 100 Blaok Silk Velvet Vests (double and single breasted) at 33 and $10, worth 815 and 818. 25 Velveteen Hunting Suits at $22 50, worth $35. A small lot of Corduroy Hunting; Coats and Vests at $10, worth $20. A LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF ESQLISU A5D AMERICAN lerino Underwear S WMte and Scarlet Flannel Underwear. imMC STEAMBOATS. POR CAIRO AND ST. LOCI": 312 MAIN STREET, ARE OFFERING IT BARGAINS Kempbls and ttt. Lonla 1'ar.Uct Corn pan j for Hickman, Oolnmbns, Celm end Bt-Loats. Steamer CITY OF CHESTER. -rr - u Leaves THURSDAY, Nov. mil, at o pan, JW. BXUKU. Bnp't Mississippi River Elevator Company, IX- FOR NEW ORLEANS. FOR NEW ORLEANS AND THE BENDS mtr. John I&yle, A.M. Halcnlnson-tnaster I w. M.llrown-cierk Will leave as above, THIS DAY, November xotn, aizp.xn. uxE.a a: vxr.bu.n. cenis. no!8 Wharf boat, root Oourt street. OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, And call Special Attention to their I fit. I-onls and NewOrleani ParhetCo. For. Vlctobnnr. Natchez and New Orleans. Str. GLENCOE J. 8 Calhoun, master xms elegant passenger steamer u . will leave as above -U2feiB& "xxixa xjax, isovemDeriJin.atizm. For freleht or nassaee anDl v to J.T. WASHINGTON, AsU lOMadlsonst. Dlumblce ol anv kind, Ilrowne's, IS Jefferson converted into something posit which they can always rely. I think this feeling exists in the midst of all of our bonded creditors, and all that re mains to be done Is to obtain from them a DroDOsltion of settlement unon ttrm. within the power of the city to faithful ly carry out and perform. 1 recommend that.a convention of our bonded creditors be called to meet in New York city on the fifteenth day of December, 1874, and that Q. A. Hanson, city attorney, Messrs. I. M. Hill. E. M. AnDereon. P. C. Bethel, J. M. Keating and Colonel A. J. Kellar bo appointed and com missioned by the general council to meet with the creditors with a view of obtaining from them some proposition acceptable to the ceneral council and which can be submitted to the people for ratification at the coming municipal election, very itespecirmiy, JOHN LOAGUE, Mayor. The suggestions In the communication were unanimously aaopieu. The petition of P. C. Bethel, upon recommendation of the finance commit tee, was adopted. Councilman Camp offered a resolution to the effect that the mayor be Instructed to borrow from the special fund belong ing to the wharf and landing, say two thousand four hunareu aouars; also, to negotiate a loan of two thousand six hundred dollars more for the purpose of paying the payments now past due on paving contracts; also, that the elevator wharfage, as It becomes due, be applied only for the payment of the notes of the city given to Mr. Londen in settlement of account Adopted. City-Attorney Hanson sent in a com munication, suggesting tbo propriety of allowing all persons who havo paid taxes in full since 1865, to pay the taxes due Drevlous to that time, but be ex empted from the interest on the same. First Cliaaccry Conrl Chancellor JXor- gnn. Court will meet to-day at ten o'clock! forenoon, persuant to adjournment The regular calendar is as ioiiows: m-), Merriman vsNorman et al: 1746. Black- well et al vs Taylor et al; 1747, Bryan vs iiagar: ioi, wurntzer va .Bernard et al: 1752, Bland vs Rose et al: 1754. Snyder et al vs Hardwick et al; 1754, White vsuoiton et al: 17oj, Christian vs Tennessee state xuutuai j?ire insur ance company et al; libu, Winters vs fleece et ai: 1701, Alien et al vs Hart- lett at at; 1761', tiessum vs uynurn et al; 1765, Dixon, executor vs Moore etal: 767, Mayden vs ityan et al: 1769. Har- rell vs Hamner et al; 1775, Wicks vs Greenlaw et al; 1777, Parham et al vs Crockett et al; 1778, Brewer vs Roan et ai: iibi, uoruett et ai vs corbett et al: iot, Williams et ai vs wooisey et al: ivsj. Aision et ai vs .morgan et ai: iJbti. n vs Memphis anu Arkansas Klver Packet Company; 17S8, (Hutchinson vs nutcninson; l.iw, uranner etai vs ixove etal; 1795, Buck etal vs Mern phis and xjouiayiue itauroad uompany et al; I7tf7, t,tcnevam vs lucnevam et ai. The iol lowing cases were reset for hearing: Cone vs Pante (second chancery): 1651. Stacker vs Feldman; 1663, Bleckley vs Meliersh et al; 1692, Johnson vs Kor- irecnt et al. Second Chancery Conrt Chancellor Walker. Court has adjourned until -Thursday. First lrcnirConrt-Jndeellelshell. The entire term of the court was oc cupied in trial of the case of the Missis sippi and Tennessee railroad vs. Pamplln et ai. Judge Anderson will make the concluding argument mis morning, when the case will be given to uie jury. Caleudar same as published yesterday. Stcond Circuit Conrt Ilalser Jndce, -The cases undisposed of yesterday will constitute the calendar lor to-uay. Criminal Court Flippln. Judge. The following cases are set for trial to day. Witnesses must be in attendance promptly: 40 and 49, James .Larkin; 3U7, Frank Hllliard; 145, Henry Beder; 208, Edward Carroll: 215 and 216, William Walker; 345, Charles Cook; 414, Henry Davis; 447, James Posey; 311, Thomas Clay well; 469, W. H. Favin; 523, Wlt- .. , . .-V- rv .i rno. cm llam Xiavxs, om, xuwaxu iuuwj, uu, Charles temltu; oixs, uock xveney; oao, Frank Aberdie; 537, Ij. m. Henderson, THE END 0 V TROUBLE. 'Tiaas Sdmiet says: "Consummatif n devoutly to be wished," and how many thousands are daily wishing to see it that is the end ot trouble ! Yet there are manv who will see it, and before the end of the present month. On the 30th of November the great drawing of the Public Iiibrarv of Kentucky takes place. and the fortunate men who draw nu merous large prizes, eacn oi which is a fortune, will enthusiastically exclaim: "This is the end of trouble!" They will. however, be sensible enough to secure their tickets in time, anu lortuy tnem eeives against the danger of being tor mented by these awful words too late. For full information, apply to G. H, Samuel, No. 6 West Court street, Mem phis, Tenn. Flowers, in splendid displav, at CRAIG'S. CABANAS CIGARS, 5c EACII. H. Esch, 270 Becond, opp. Court Square. Oysters by the can at Sturla's. 337 Main street. THE MEMPHIS STEAM DYEING Estatablishment, 61 Madison street, is open tor the fall season. Best work, at prices to suit the times. xj A. hollenrerg, Proprietor. Misses' and children's school shoes a speciality with Coffey & Co., 330 Main street. TO COTTON SHIPPERS. Regular Memphis and New Orleans Packet lor tne season x-or vicKSDurg, xnaicnez, New Orleans ana .all Way and Rend land' ings. Str. Jno. B. Maude, J.SbtIvII- master J. 3. Sedam .clerk Leaves THURSDAY, Nov. 19th, 'at 1 pjn.i noftillvelv. The steamer JIauile will pay particular at tention to ail way anu uena DU&inefS. .mer chants can rely on the strictest punctuality In ail Dusiness entmsieu 10 ner care. J. T. WASHINGTON. Azent. not" No. 10 Madison street. In all the New Shades. LYONS POPLINS AND BLACK SILKS In all the Real Makes. Serge?, Diagonals, Cashmeres, Plaids. Full Line of MonrnlnK Goods. LARGrTbTOCK OF i JEANS, GiSS!MERS Regular Memphis and New Orleans Packet for the season For Vlcksbnrg. Natchez, New Orleans and all Way and Rend land- ings, Str. Belle tee, J. F. Hicks master ! Air. Orltsom clerk I Leaves THURSDAY, Nov.,Kth, at 4. p.m.. positively. Tne steamer Belle Leo will pay particular I attention to ail way anu oena ounness. ner-1 chants can rely on the strictest punctuality in ail Dusinera emrusieo. to ner care. Repellants, White and Colored Flannels, snawis, ocars, uioaxxs, ana xjkuicb un derwear, In great variety and AT GBKATLY REDUCED PRICES, Be enr ami iuuppct onr sloe It before parciinsmy, TAL0R,J0Y & CO., 812 Slain Street, opp. Peabody Hotel nolT J. T. WASHINGTON. Azent. No. 10 Madison St. Memphis and New Orleans Packet Fori Vlcksbnrg, atchez and New Orleans. Str. Eannie Tatuui.j xClwell . Master Leaves WEDNESDAY, Nov. ISth, at 4 pjn. x- or ireignt or passage, appiy to J. T. WASHINGTON. Ag't. 10 Madison st. MemDhls and New Orleans Packet For New I Orleans and.tbe Bends The elegant passen-1 ger steamer laniiie Tatum, .&ssfc El well ..master I Tatum .cierk I Will leavo tvi above, WEDNESDAY, Nov. I9tu, at i p.m. Appiy to it. w.xxiuxxxxiuxtixcsup t,xa jiaaison st, FOR NEW ORLEANS AND THE BENDS The steamer Fannie Tatum, EI well master Will leave as above, WEDNESDAY. Nov. lstn, at 5 p.m. For rrelgbt or passage, apply to uluh & vxrusuix, Agents, novl? Wharf boat, root Court st. FOR HELENA & FRIAR'S POINT D.H.TOWDSBM, COTTON FACTO For Helena, Friars Point and the Bends. TBI-WEEKLY PACKET. Tlio elegant and fleet side-wheel passenger steamer Lee,..-master I Lee..clerlt Will leave as above every Monday. Wednes- uay anu x- riaay tnrougnoui tne year. -AND- COMMISSION MERCHANT, 25S Front Street, MEMP4I9, : TEX9ESSE2, FOR OSOElxA. A. M. BOYD. ALSTON BOV1 WE HAVE tOJlE TO STAT. For Randolph. Fulton. Osceola, and all Land ings on tne way megsnt siuewneet Bteamer 0. W. UJieeIi:, WC?, Knoftfl , ,,., ma.pr Will depart as above on MONDAY, WJSUNES- juai ana r tuuAi oi eacu wees. For freight or passage apply on board. , M. BOYD & S0S3 Xlandolpb, Fulton, Osceola anil John son's LAnains: rriVfW!ttiT Frank Forrest, jsSt Sfift front Strani:. O. K. JopUn.mastei I J. W. Rhodes. clerk . Will leave every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY, making all the coast landings. I t ot rreignt or passage apply on noam. FOR HELENA. For Helena nml Way landings. The stauncn ana comiortaoie steamer tit. Wruneia, S. Baskettmaster D. P.Davlsclerk Will leave as above every Tuesday, Thurs- I aay anu oaturuay tnrougnoat tne season. For rrelghfor passage apply on board. CHEEK LINK. Memphis and Vlcksburg Packet Company 'I'M ror xituena, r xiurs ruioiiuiu tne xrenos u. I JL ("OB CHICOT. Illinois, Marie It- CneeK maLer. Leaves MONDAYS and THURSDAYS, S pjn. A. .5". Wliite, Cieonre Malono mailer. .Leaves 1 UKSDAYS and HATUKUAYB. 5 TMn. or i re i em or passage appiv on Doaru, or 10 6ALT- HOusEj 3 HEW SINGINg BOOES Thai should be Universally Used. THE DEADER For Choirs, Conventions nnd Singing Classes, 1 By II. R. Palmer, asslited by L. O. Emerson. Price, 812 per dozen, tl SS per copy. SONS MONARCH I For Singing School, Convention, flnslcal Academic, Etc. By H. R. Palmer, assisted by L. O. Emerson Price, 17 50 per dozen, 75 cts. per copy. PBRKWS ANTHEM BOOK. Set Pieces, Anthems, Hymn Anthem,, sentences, xtic , xor vxioirs. By W. O. Perkins. Price, J13 SO per dozen, (I SO per copy. I Specimen copies sent, post-paid, for retail price. I DlTSON t CO- Boston. nov7 OLIVER CHAS. It. DITSON & CO.. 711 Broadway, New York. CORNER FIRST & 3IAIIS STS., LOUISYILLE, ET. N ORDER to meet the views or the great . travennz cummunitv. tne uait xionse win in Intnre only cbarao on tht fllth, loarth and entresol floors 1 hreo Dollars rrr ilnr. In making this reduction, I desire to r&r that it shall not in anv wavlmnalrthn ac commodation heretotore given to the public xue past reputation ui toe xionse will oe fullv maintained In every Dartlcular. whilaln Its appointments and arrangements we claim tnat it is not surpasceu in tue woria. J. P. Johnson. Manager. Louisville, K.T., October2l, 1871. oc29 J. W. x. BEOWIS, mm m m mm 16 tfersoa Street. BETWEEN WAIN AN'D FRONT DAY, KBALHOFBB &CO. (Successors to Forsl ealhofer & Co.), If yon want your cotton delivered bv a fast Irelght line ol undoubted capacity, one that can elve assurance of time, saletr. eenn. uuiy xa uanuxixig, nxiu ceruuaty 01 prompt (16- GROCERS. i livery to an points In the United States and Europe, call on Captain Ed. Hart, contracting agent for the Blue Line, over the New York Central and connecting roads, and by best ............. . . - v. tntI raetfM. NtAAmarim lines tn r-nmnn. nmrn Referred to the ordinance committee, 17 Madison su-est, in TomUnson's oincs. I COTTON FAGT0SS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 866 ilTroHi street. 2 MANUFACTURER and Acent for the finest ITl Photographic Instruments and purest unemicais nsea m xnoto2TaDnv. Ail tne air fereat branches of Photography taught and complete ontnta furnished. Headquarters for Photographic Supplies, And goods in that line. His newly refitted GALLERY, Comer of Union and Main streets, Is furnished with instruments jKot Excelled by any Gallery Booth or West. Call and see nls Photographs and other Pictures, and Mis Portraits la Oil, from small pictures or from life. 3SU Slain, cor. Union, littxnphls, Ter. HOSIERY IN ill SHADES AND QUALITIES! o Dans & Cos Ms! risk, Clark c Flagg's Shirts, best qualities, at 333 per dozen; former nrice, $45, .Fancy Peroale Shirts at 818, worth 836. Ill TRUNKS The above stock 'will be sold at surprising prices, and to assure you of ti above, call and examine for yourselves. S., SMITH, 267 MAIN STREET. UNT- HT GOO S! UIU Be Not Hisied by Price -Lists! B. LOWENSTEItf & BEOS, will sell you Good Goods at tower Prices than Other Houses Advertise Common G'oods at. IB AID JUDGE FOE TOUESELVi Better 1-4 Brown Domestic at 9c than other houses sail at 10c. Bettor 4-4 Bleached Domestic at 9c than other houses sell at 10c Better Linseys at 15c than other houses sell at ISc. Better 10-4 Sheeting at 25c thar other houses sell at 27 l-2c. Better Canton Flannel at 10c than other houses sell at 12 l-2c. Better Alpaca at 25c than other houses sell at 30c. Better Skirts at 75c than other house3 sell at Sac. , , Better Shawls at $1 75 than other houses sell at $2. Better Double Shawls at $4 than other houses sell at $5. Better Cloaks at $5 than other honses sell nt $7. Better Blankets at 2 75 than other houses sell at $3. Better Cotton Plaids at 10c than other houses sell at 12 l-2e. Better Poplin Plaids at 12 l-2c than other houses sell at 20c. Better Uoso at 10c and 15c than other houses sell at 15c and 2 Better Corsets at $1 than other houses sell at $1 50. Better Boots at $2 and $2 50 than other houses sell at 3 50 rxn& Better Shoes at $1 50 and $2 than other houses sell at $2 rmd 2 50. Better Uats at $t 25 and $2 than other houses sell at $1 o0 and 82 50 Better Jeans at 05c and 50c tnah other houses sell at 45c and GOc If you want Good Substantial Goods and your Mqiir-c' 1 5 r XT- T - t. . x 1 kt uxui, no noi laii. xo call on a1 242, 24A and 246 Main Street, comer Jefferson. (r. s. F. H. CLAES as CO. Importers anil Wholesale a.aa Itelall Dealers In WATCHES, DttHONDS, JEWELRY, SIXV.EH.WARE, SPECTACLES, FANCY GOODS, GUNS, Etc.,. Ko. 1, Clark's Marble Block, 290 MAIN STREET : ; MEMPHIS, TESTOseb A. C. TBEADTVELl. A. B. TBEADWEU. Ha is Til Who uau iiuuu uc :. D.T1I:M;VKI.I s. esaie Grocers --L3NrX3- STOaEIWAili BLOCS, 258 11 Union Street, Memphis, Tenn. 1 'sHfeMw blstorlcclty." Once more wllllbenegro discover thatbe Is- constantly beiutr 11 ; xiiu.Acuicuucr xxxuucr;jrjBUa,WlxlglTe riiiaiiittr anunai uaii at Uocbran balltd? morrow-night, and are making aiv! lanRements to lusure for It a brilliant ' " ifsso ju jyjjjHRMi 1 SP! rjMlK followlri; Rood), ImiiKbt last week at JL FOliCEU CAbll HALliJ, are offered for HA7IU!cIunann?atxnt WBSlJ vfrtArlnnJ-i or.pl1ir.ajdecl?Buii olte8i'deWNoW.,r ior!njIiMf mi -Xl iTod Cutterj. Cora S tors, Conr Coaabs, Si . Shovel and Spade "Zemin. Pots. Shi