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, THE MEMPHIS DAILY A. J? PEAL"-SATUE D A.1T, NOVEMBER- S8, 1874.
AMUSEEEBKTB. MIGHT! ENEFIT AT SHE THEATER, FOB THE TUSGUMBIA SUFFERERS 1 ENQAQE TOUK SEATS. ' The Fox Tronpe yill Appear. S' T. AHDKKW'B SOCICTi. The Ninth Annual celebration of ST. AS D REIT'S DAT ET THE sr. Andrews society of memfhis TOX SB HSiB OS Monday Evening, HoTember 30, 187. AT THE PEABODY HOTEL, At which time the officers elect for trie ensu- Ing year will be install el anu a GRAND BANQUET CITES, to which all lovers of Bums and Scottish lite rature are cordially lnviiea. BANQUET COMMITTEE : 8. B. Bobbins, K.Urquhrt, Geo. W. Miller. RECEPTION COMMITTEE: ?V. McKay? W.B.Galbreatb, , MChJsicA, Alex. Mitchell, E.A. Cole. MUSIC COMMITTEE: James KlrkUnd, Wm. Finnic, . JobnKllgour, W.W.Currie. Director-IHor. J. Ebsest Peejuso. BS-TleteU,t2.W,to be had at the Peabody Hotel and irom uic nnsu-;.". nrAmr nf nxerfilseS. geetiemenwuowm year. JUfEHVllla THEATER. T. W. DAVEY A. a FENNOYFR .MANAGER. vnMir Evenlne. Sov. 53d, and Thursday and Saturday Matinees. aEo. x roxv New Terlt H nmply Dnmpiy- Tronpe I s Its entirety. The Great King of the Panto- mimic Art, ana uniy t; i:o. L. fox. i numnvTVflmTifr In Person. Barrnaffi by his 'own council with his he will appear In his Comic Trick Pan tomime of TtTtMitrT.iiPHPry. SlSfvedteats sold at Peabody Hotel and at the Theater. REMOVAL. R B. MILLEB, Justice of the Peace, to No. 166 Main street, opp. New Courthouse. . PERSONAL. t iiyrirn VOORHIES. LI (Eye and Ear Diseases), -ovu 1 ' ss POPLAR Street. IOB LEASE. rAVD For a term of years, S5 acres of Rood . vhin thnw rnilM of OQcrt onire: tibto tor a market garden or dairy. Inquire eawaoiej r. o. It BINE. 861 Main street. TO SXOHASGE. PBOPEET Y First-class improved rebidence property; eight 'housand dollars; one Tin monerTon tlMe: balance In other proportv. Address Maa. Appeal ornce. PIANOS. TMASOS AND ORGANS Tuned, repaired Xand exchanged; wort: done by expert-enceo.'.flrst-class workmen, and varraUed. Leave orders for city or country at , H. o. HOLLEN BERO'a.Clark's Marble Block. jetOOZSS AITD BOARD. with board. Si MADISON tsT. -jrMNE FRONT BOOM With board, where S Uiera un u, cblldnm. Apply 11U Court. BOOM A fine furnished front room, in a APafEGgT SEVERAL elegant rooms, with board, at rea. tonable ratee, at 168 Union. , O0M8 AND BOABDDesirable front room ... . a t- tT fcT I f XT with board, at 95 UNION ST. rOOM AND BOARD One nnfumtsnea XV, room in private family. 101 ADAMS ST. it OOMS AND BOAKD . OOM AND JiOAiiu nne iront room uu I-v t flnnr. Tintnrnished. with board. Can .io-mmodate a few day boarders also. Aprly K, HIIt tiewly furnished rooms, single or & ralbLfor gentlemen only; M and XXI per mnthTio and 7S cenU per day. Good board lrfw dSlS Toe? week.gthebnlldlng. sel WATS. TOONG MEN To leant telegraphoperatlng lor new railroad offices ; permanent posi tions as soon as qualified. Address Pacific and Atlantic Telegraph,! 51 Main stMemphls.tdaw t.t. in know that the CUBTOM HOUSE, A corner of Shelby and Gayoso streets, cites the best beds and meals lor 25 cents. ttm-n all nleUU ""- SITUATION By a white woman, in a prl H Tate family; oest oi merer ce- apjii; jm. sovM U7JEFFEBBON ST. v.rwm a tcii KtiARt) bv a tentleman and tS, wife, a furnished room and board, in a nvate family. Terms must be moderate, with reference, stating terms and location. Addreu u. m SITUATKN Bj )n a wholesal ' an exDerienced salesman, 9 grocery, liquor or tobacco HALhSMAN, this office. bouse. Address 100 nofi JIANDA To work on levee. Apply to At Hard times, Tensas parish, La. "X IT ANTED YOUR ATTENTION TO THE V MEMPHIS AWNING MANUFACTO RY. SI Washington st. Awnings of all styles made to order. Cabinet work and Furniture made and repaired, re-upholstered, varnished, and packed lor smpmeuw iaiiwui uulcu u-. oieanedan relald. All work called for and do. UTerl traeof chw. H. BtTTTENBRRG. FOR REHT. RESIDENCE Immediately east of the State Female College; six or eight rooms; 1st two acres. H.L.GUION, BOV28 M South Court street. OUSE On Vance street. No. 510, with all modern improvements. Appiy to nova C F. BULLOCK, Vincent Block. -tOTTAGE 63 Ruth street, very cheap. j 3. T. CAPEHART. 3M Second St. -t OOMM Handsome famished rooms at ilO Xi month, at No. 870 MAIN ST. HOUE contain lngsix rooms and kitchen ; everything convenient; good location; rest cfcea-P Apply at 212 Tennessee street. - -r i rr ikh:ki acoIt to J I) R. H H AV. cor. lleale an d Becond sU. TOITAGE one and a half story cottage, 1 seven rooms. No. Sit Georgia street, conve 'nteut to Hernaado atreet cars. Rent, 5 per month. .EUGENE B. LYNN,2ta Main sL mHE BD1LDIKG on the northwest corner I of Hernando and Elliott streets, hereto jare used as a family grocery and lesldence, and suitable for either or both. A. fT.'.'-'"i ni h.i I -mi. Burnt, 77AKMEB4 PREPARE FOR 187-AU other p renters Invited to examine our city, su- Mirban ana country Dixiprny, iwr rexzu TREZKVANT 4 CO, IS Madison St. W. D. M cCallom, in Rental Department. lUlLDlNa Suitable for sale Stable or Un- Address P Appeal office. I7ARM seven mllce east of Memphis, on i jriacon roau, - THREE HUNDRED ACRES of Reared land ; will rent all or a part of it very In. L a gOOQ ini-Ht. A11D fU,J WkU Day'hl.' rents by fixing np fences, houses, eta this win1". Appiyto JLETT 4 CO, 283 Front St. EN(iiNK20-horse power engine and boiler. AoDly at 1 NOBTHSBCOND ST. .nuKurniliv HOUHB- No. Et Mosby street, I .will -nn?n- with coal and wood house. Armlfat SECOND ST. RESIDENCE Two! oT,, frame, very con venient and desirable location, street can panning in front: low to a proMbt tenant. Ap ply to H.U. uuiii.fi ucnvpaijuu si. KOOMS uanosoroety lurnunea rooms. a ply at Boom 8, third floor, 11 Main street. OESIDEnC tu union street, n rooms; IV2w union srreu,o xuwus, couge ana rive Acres. Kerr avenue. MINOR MERIWETHER, 810 Becond st. AD1SON STREET OFFICES-Two new ground-floor front offices at No. 65 Madl ton street, suitable for physicians, lawyers, fAUors or jpr a ixuiv bwiw. "j'i"j m- "Srt NO. U MADISON ST. iTOKEHOUHE 121 lieale street. Also, the Anrt r st foot of Washington street to As R. L. COCHRAN. (2TOBBS-TW o desirable stores, Nos. and DT,roch P.PIEBCE,nextdoor. iTOKEUC)OM-K3iond streeU Fixtures I ana lurnitmp w b-. sei FatreetwidMiJI avenue, with put-n-g owiH3 ooTTAOEon silalby saw ti uu O taurant. No. 78 Jeirerara iarwu sau other cottages. J. & BIGEUIW. , other cottages. Si Halnttvl. TAKEN UP. CWWVOn Sunday, Nov. a 187.1. one red and . white cow. medium slse; naif crop in right ear, smooth crop and under-bit in the left; both horns sawed off. novOtl -Head of Bam avenue. LOST. SPECTACLES At the Theater, on last Thursday night, a -pair of sold spectacles. The finder wllf be rewarded by returning lb em to Ttiia uruu. STRA"2ED OR STOLEH. OOIUtEL MULE On Kriday, November 20th, f mm TTt v on Hurinz street near Cen tral Pnint. a snrri mm mule, nine or ten years old. about fourteen hands high. A libe ral reward will be paid for her return to roe. nov25 W.H.NESBIT. nnir RKWATiTiviiilMialdfortheYelurn QsiiD of a sorrel mare mule, near 15 hands high, 7 or 8 years old and branded " B "on the leu snouiuer. Btoien era uw mgni m uio from J. M. WILLIAMSON, Oor. Ta Rose and Jackson sta.. Memphis. SALE OR EXCHANGE. RESIDENCE PROPERTY -The valuable residence property, known as the Dona boe Pliot orlihecWren nad. ou tsl the city limits, for which Vj.i jfSSw matn nald thlrty-slx thousand dollars, is now S?saleor wiUexchange for business prop. I.!re,i0.WTrBhijbvo?Maln,betweenMon- roid BealestrecU.' V. M. HLEDQK. J FOR SALE. --.n list's and MULES Keeelved this HwSk?and ror sale iSw: One lot Mlswurl horses, one lot IUlnols horse., one lot Ron tuiky horses and mules, embracing saddle. narness auu imRitE?r a KAIRE8. novj7 Mammoth Stables and Stock Yard, OUSE AND LOT Adjoining Mrs. John IL isowens remaence, wi 50 feet front. Price, auu-Ji cainjoaia" in four annual payments, '"lfi?;S0 . 1 I. l 1 1 . TanM ,RUG STORE FIXTURES and prescripU! L'case. Apply at H3 MAIN ST. tlon f 7ARM. ETO-Contalning 160 a.-re, 12 miles H .r.,h nf MATnnhi.- on the Horn Lake Road, and S miles west or Horn Lake Depot; liaTZ cleared and under fence; good dwell ing nnntaintne 6 rooms, well finished and le- cenuy pamwsu ic(upi, ,CT ana sui necessary uumvuew, '(""ft everr field: hands on the place. A bargain may be had. Apply on the premises to noij " riARBER CHAIR, glass, raxors, brushesand U combs. Apply at SX SHELBY ST. SAUSAGE, JKC. cheese, sjrw .Pure oork sausace. head ribs, fresh lard ol our own make, f fresh meats. is. i . ojuix n x w. novla rjTALLION -Fine thoroughbred stallion, 16H hands high, seven years old: i . In 80: good saddle and harness ho rears oia: can aorse, nit mre foal-ireUcr. Apply at my stable. So. 73 Monroe street. . r . iviuti r rn M. a COSTILL OLD TXPE JUJCIAJj At APPEAL OFFICE CALOON The Franklin House Saloon, No. B 14 Adams street, opposite the Worsham House, can be bousht cneap for cash. nov9 rrtHE KEMBERT PLACE This Deanuiui X tract of 3JK acres, with a two-story brick residence, with fine grove and improvements, wmii fittnatAd for flliomA or carueninti pur- rxisas. within two miles of the city, about half amllefromRozellSUUon,on Memphis and Charleston railroad, and the fine public school there, on the great ridge running eastward iroru meuipiu., uuuuw - n.i..w. not ai jaauisun bitpcu V ot Piihllc Rale -1 will sell at public sale. to the highest bidder, on the premises, on TUESDAY, December 1, IBM, that valuable property in me city oi xjiu. mc, huu, known as the Exchange Hotel, a flrst-clas? house, now doing a good paying business; and, also, at the same time, four 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 nna onfl two vears. ADfilv to H. W. COT- TEB.SK-or C.F. BEAD, Brownsville, Tcnn. AT wholbhale nve ooawoaas no. Pittsburg Coal, by r, - li. rAbBl.1, Wm n ijwjuu p " r KTTEK PRBS3 An A No. 1 iotter-prss, Li ItbUSK, iron framed, with two drawer, will be sold cheap. Applyat THIS OFFICE. tjMiiNK and noiL,Ett onean. Inquire H. of BEASLEY, BARTON A CO. iyl9 No. 210 Front street. FARM Cheap ror cash, one ot the best larms in Shelby county, 183 acres. Apply RUGG1ES Four or five second-hand and nne new iod bneer. very cheap, at C H. Bracket! t Co.'s stables. No. i21 Second street. a SSORTED LlttUOHS. BAB FIXTURES A and Counter. Also. Stole. UolstinsAp- caratus and good Cart, very cheap, for cash. Apply at room 8, Gee House. seu 17 A AnnBBLS.NO.1 FITTSBURU COAL, (U.UUU as low as the lowest. Also, Pey (ona Cannel and St. Bernard coals, cheap as -any other man." Also, WOOD "in every style." Also, a fine Rockaway and a Baggy-wagon. . .. 11., Lit ri.am, w., myZl 191 Second street. WOOD-S00 cords seasoned wood, in qnantl tip. In suit- Addruss D. H. HlLUKR- JJIWA.l V. VI I L II 1. .-.n - ' Uers with C A. GASTON, a Madison street. 11 II 1 1 ni.n.n.ilt,llnn T.TITl lLT" IlIDVA fir. STRAWBERRY PLANTS A largo lot, of very best varieties, at lowest market prices, ocs T. a BA1U50UR. SECOND-HAND SAFE Good as new; Her ringsmake; cheap. Inqulreof tlljaVa U. XI A WUH11B.1M. A.U..U.Ui. RKSIDKNCE My late residence on Jessa mine street, third door east of Lander- dale street. Honso and grounds In perfect order. JOHN OVKRTON.JR. NOTICE. All Advertising Bills after this date, for amounts less than Five Dollars, must he paid for before insertion. This rule loill be strictly adhered to. LOCAL PAEAGBAPHS. A young gentleman unfortunately lost hib nat st uie ineater last nigui. A mad-dog was killed near Elm wood cemetery, yesterday morning. The benefit for the Tascumbia suf ferers, comes off to-night at tbe theater, Street-car No. 2i yesterday morning broke an axletree near the Mississippi depot. The State national bank has been appointed treasurer for tbe benefit to night for the Tascumbia, Alabama, suf ferers. Remember the Humntv fiumptti matinee this afternoon, and don't forget the benelit lor Uie Tti3cumbia suuerers to-night. The committee appointed by the cotton exchange has already raised one thousand dollars and forwarded a car load of provisions to the Tuscumbla Buflerers. Buy a ticket for the benefit, by the Fox troupe, for the Tuscumbla suflerers. It comes off to-night at the theater. The house ought to be crowded, upstairs and down. Charles Benson, arrested for mar rying the negro woman, Hattle Real, was yesterday sent to jail, the grand jury having found an indictment against mm. .Benson ueiongs to a very respect able family in Mississippi, but says he will never desert nis colored, wile. Messrs. Trabucco and Myers, of this city, went hunting ye&iwday at Horn lake. Their mule strayed from camp, and being frightened by dogs, rushed tnrougn me cs.neurr.ne toward inese gentlemen, who thinking it adeer, fired their shot-guns. The mule hied to save Its skin, and will now be skinned to save its hide it is very dead. That was truly a dear hunt. Drs. Brown, Allen, Malone, Ere- Kine ana Avant, wnose views in rela tion to the eligibility of tbe Webb Dlace. near this city, for the West Tennessee Insane asylum, yesterday forwarded their report recommending the above place. The Nashville Banner of yester day says: "uovernor urown and urs. Jones. Call endar and Cheatham returned vfwtprdnv from insnectlncr thn aita se lected near Memphis by the board of commissioners lor me west Tennessee Insane asylum. The decision will be reserved for a week until a full invest! (ration can be made as to tbe healthful ness of tbe site. It is said Brownsville claims the site to have been settled at that place, and that all obstacle to a clear deed to the property have been re moved." AMCS-3MENTS. Tiie Tbeater. There was a large and fashionable au dience at theTh eater last night. JIumpty Dumply was rendered In the excellent style so characteristic of Fox and his well-traineo pantomimic troupe. Tne Roee tutors were kept iu continuous lauguter; ior me pantomime oi juumpty ZJujTjpfjaoounoginnoicuious scenes and amusing incidents, and is rich with mirth, fun and humor, that delight. In tereet and charm everyone. The spe cial features of this troupe are remarka ble In their kind, and, to some extent, quite novel. Among the more elegant of these is tbe musical performances of Mrs. Georgia JJean upauiuing, wno is a trua artist, thoroughly in symriathv with me inspiring spirit oi ner profes sion. Her solos upon tho harp, staff- bells, and, more especially, upon me gold rornet. are evidences of the high talent thn noase&ses. and the high degree of proficiency tbe has attained in music. She Is a valuable feature in the special tca of this entertainment The mar yelous acrobatic feats of the Onin iijrrr-- .,.Sr-.n.aLinat5,IVIieik lo nuy'l' i .T Brothers were lucid last night, elicit ed frequent applause, and were very much enjoyed. The Swiss warbler, the wire roianfe, Professor, Spauldlng.and his corps of liell-'riagers, constitute other features that .are very attractive. Where there is to much to please'snd delight, it is difficult to speak at length of any particular part of the' play; -Mr. Fox is Justly recognlited as the great, prince-clown of the pantomimic stage In America, and so long as he continues to faithfully portray by means of gesture, attitude, movement, and facial expreB .Unthimii.iibrni I'FTiimntvDumDty," twt kUU bUMSytus v a r 14 will he retain his popularity, and attract the public. There will be grand family matinee this afternoon, and to-night Jlumply Jiumplp will be produced for the last time. Ilia Benefit forrihe Tnseaiubia Snfler. rn Bt the Tlieater To-Nlgbi. ntiaiMmpfl of the Memnhis Theater. Mr. T. W. Davy, and the Fox Humpty Dunipty troupe, have tendered the pro ceeds of the performance to-night for the benefit or me suuerers ot xuscum bia, Alabama, by the terrific tornado of last Sunday, which in a moment, as it were,8weptbundredsof the good people of tnat town into a condition 01 warn sou dependence, that can only be relieved by contributions from the public. "Wo are informed that Iilttle Nell, a few niehts aero in St. Louis, donated the en tire net receipts of one night for the ro ller oftue immediate wants oi xuscum bia sufferers; and from other cities we hear that liberal contributions of money and suDDlles are being collected and forwarded. In this city a committee was appointed from the chamber or com merce and cotton exchange conjointly, who have been most successful in their work. The mere announcement that thenroceeds of tbe theater will bo de voted to the laudable purpose of reliev. ing distress, saying nothing of the at tractions afforded by the great Fox in his Humpty-Dumpty and its accompani ments, will insure such nn attendance as was Derhans never before witnessed in side the Memphis Theater. Memphis has always responded heartily to appeals for aid, and in this case, coming from our own people, so to speak, we feel as sured in DespeaKing an over-crowued house. St. Patrick.' Parish School Fair, Last night there was another large at tendance at the Assembly hall to enjoy the fair that is being held there for the benelit of Uie Ht. .Patnca'a parlsli free schools. Quite an excitement has been aroused in regard to the final award of a set of altar flowers to be voted to the fa vorite church. Tbe contest has brought in large numbers from every quarter of the city, each parish being well repre sented. During the evening the greatest interest was manifested by tne repre sentatives of the different parishes. At tbe present writing excitement runs high, the votes polled for the different cnurcnes oeing nearly equal, witn c slight preponderance in favor of St. Bridget's. A splendid silver-mounted gavel has been put up to be voted to the most popular society in the city. Three candidates for tbe honor are already in the field. The Knights of Innisfail have put forward their distinguished presi dent, Mr. Sullivan. Mr. Gavin is the candidate for the Hibernian society, while the T. A. S. have brought out liev. r ather tuinn to contest me Honor. Utile XcII.and No Name. Little Nell will introduce her new nlav. Xb 2?ame, on Monday evening. This piay uas rjeen most iavoraDiy no- uced by the press wherever it uas been seen, and mere is no doubt it allows a charming entertainment. The Buffalo Evcnina Pott thus notices Little Nell's performance in No Name: "la Xb Name me little lauy appears to better auvan tace than inanythingwe have ever seen her before. Her versatility and histri onic abilities ore put to a very severe test, but she does not fail to fill the bill. There is a child-like innocence and sim plicity about Little Nell that, combined witn a womaniy lorce and earnestness, makes her doubly interesting, and en ables her to be in constant sympathy with her auditors. Through all her fun, dash and charming abandon, there runs a rich vein of pathos and strength of passion which constitutes one great beauty of her acting; for she is enabled to pass from the light to Uiu heavier pas sage with rabidity and ease, never being at fault, wmie me reunement ana grace which characterize everything she does calls for the highest commendation. In delicacy, in power, in the lights and shadsws of her rue, she is the artist dis playing conscientiousness and an appre ciation of her position, and ever seeking to do full justice to her part. SU Andrew's Society Banqnet. The annual banquet of the St. An drew's society comes off at the Pes body hotel on Monday night, and promises to he the festival of the season. The "sons of auid Scotia," with their president- uoionei n. T. Tomiinson, are making tne most extensive preparations to make the banquet a success, and there is no such word as fail in their vo cabulary. No special invitations have been issued, and all lovers or (Scottish history, songs, literature and poetry are cordially invited to attend and partici pate in me iesuviues. Hebrew Orphan Fair. Monday night the ladies of the He brew congregation will commence a grand fair at the Memphis club hall, for the benefit of the Hebrew orphans of mis city, 'me great attraction Tuesday night will be the play of Ben. Boli by the Memphis club dramatic society. We hope to see this fair liberally encour- agta auu generously supported oy me people oi -oiempms. PERSONAL. The Jacksonville fFIa.) New &oulh eays that Colonel George Pattiaon, one or me oldest citizens of Aiempnis, Ten nessee, is now on a visit to that city, and is tbe guest of bis nephew, Colonel i, A. Pattiaon. Mr. Harry Mack", renresenting the large paper house of H. B. Graham & Bro., Bt. Louis, is on a business visit to the city. Mr. Mack is a genial, pleas ant gentleman, whose presence is ever welcome in Aiempnis. nis nouse is one of the largest, most popular and reliable in tbe Union. We commend him to our friends as a gentleman worthy of their patronage. Colonel Lon. C. Ledbetter, of Tupelo, one of the most extensive planters In North Mississippi, is in tbe city with his family, on a visit He reports the cotton and corn crops medium In his section, and the pro cess of gathering going rapidly forward. Colonel Ledbetter pur poses Btopplng in tho city until after the holidays, and although his health is none of the best, we trust he will have a good time. The benefit at the Theater to-night for the sufferers by the tornado which nearly destroyed Tuscumbla, should be assisted by every citizen of Memphis Tickets only one dollar. Reserved seats can be secured at the Theater or the Pea body hotel. jf you wish to let the public know that you are a live merchant, advertise. The Sunday Appeal is the best me ldum. THE MEHPHIS STEA3I DYEING Estatabllshment, 61 Madison street, Is open for tbe fall season. Best work, at prices to suit the times. B. A. HOLLENBERG, Proprietor. The cheapest and best Steam Dyeing and Cleaning Uocsx in the cjtjrja at 216 Se cond street. HANSON ywKLKEB. The "U" is the most stylish collar made, and the cheapest Can bo worn a week by simply sponging it when soiled. It is a miracle of beauty and cheapness. See advertisement. GRAND BEAK LUNCH. Pete Mentges will set an elegant bear lunch at his well-known saloon, No. 172 Poplar street, this evening, from nine to twelve o'clock. His friends are invi ted to be on hand. CaBaNaS CIBABS, 5c EACH. H. Esch, 270 Second, opp. Court Square. Attention is called to the card of Dr. J. A. Sturman, of New York, who will remain in Memphis but a short while because of the urgent demand for his services at home. Dr. Sturman is lo cated at the Worsham house, where he may be consulted by those who wish to avail themselves of his experience in the adaption of his well-known method or relief and cure ror rupture. CHOICE, SELECT 0TSTERS, Only 40 cents per can 10 cents per doz en, at 77 Beale street. If you want a hydrant, street-washer. or plumbing of any kind, you can get list Browne's. Iff Jefferson street, where von are sure to be suited in style and price. Actend Robertson's Business College, Vlcksburg. A,lianiirul Vf determined fj . . w. 1 . . ... I X1VKRY STABLE-BURNED., John Klnchln'a 1.1 very stable, togellitr witn lweuty.iwo liorsc ana . ESales, ltnrned. - ' apposed to be the Work or nn Incen illnry A Valuable Hock Se ntroyeo Names of Los- , ers. Etc At four o'clock yesterday morning Mr. John Minchln'a livery stable, No. 181 Monroe -street, with twenty-two nurses bdu muiee, was consumed by lire. The flames were discovered by the watchman at Walker s Wendel's cotton-shed, just opposite, and the alarm oi nre immediately given. Tne watch man at once let on a stream of water from the hose pipe used In the cotton shed, and succeeded in checking the flames until the arrival of Chief M'Fad denandhis fire department, which at once went to wotk anu saved tho ad. Joining buildings from destruction. The stable nad brick walls and a tin roo(,and wuen me uames were discovered it was too late to rescue tbe horses and mules within. The large doors were securely fastened on the inside, and could not be forced open until the entire contents of tbe stable, consisting of hav. corn. etc.. and the stables, were enveloned in names. Owing to the combustible ma terial oi me interior building, me names spread quite rapidly, and in a few minutes tho stable, with the valuable property, was one preat fire of destruction and ueatli, twenty-two horses and mules being literally roasted alive. Tne flame?, however, were Boon subdued by the streams or water from the lire-engines, and the adjoining prop erty thereby saved from ruin. Yester day morning a large number of persons visited the place, to look upon the ruin wrought. A sickening spectacle Indeed was presented, for strbwn along the en ure lengtn oi me arame were tne charred carcasses of the horses and mules, In some Instances not only was me hide and flesh burned, but even the bones of the animals were eaten half up by the voracious flames. Persons who chanced to witness the fire say that tbe horses could be heard jumping about and neighing as if invoking aid. "When the doors were forced open, three horses wim meir manes and tales ablaze tried to rush out: two fell dying and envel oped in the fiames at the doorway, while the third went at full flight down DeSoto street to Linden where it fell and soon died. Its hair had all been burned off by the flames and portions of the body were crisped. The condition of the helpless animals was made all the more terrible when shut in by the thick walls and unyielding doors, the loft. with its blazing hay, fell in, tiie tin roof burying them in a bed of living fire. Tbe loss is estimated at eight thousand dollars, Mr. Minchln being the greatest sufferer. He owned the building and contents but bad no Insurance on either. rn. . . , . r ,. iiaODUUl UJ 111U CiCtafcVl, MID VJ 1 lilL A. The stable was used as a feeding and ) public, which was lying there, fired ooaroingpiace dv nacKmen, many oi whom unfortunately had their Morses there at the time of tbe fire. The losses are as follows: J. Minchln one horse: Pete Lee, colored, one horse: Grlder & Dennev, two hordes John Ledger, three horses; W. J. Chase, one hack (No. 5, valued at fifteen hundred dollars,) and two horses: Mike Dea. two horses: William Harris, colored, porter of the Peabody hotel, three horses; Mr. Brown, agent of me nowe sewing-macmne company, three horses: B. M. Page, one horse and one male; throe other horses and one muie.8UDPOseu to bo owned ovflir. jun chin, were also burned to death. The Kitcnen and root oi jar. Joe names residence, adjoining the stable, were damaged to me extent of fifty dollars by me names ; no insurance. Tne stable a can of linseed oil, with the brand of M'jjonaio k uo., sunngnt," was found in one of the stalls, where it bad been placed by some unknown person. Strange to say, however, the wood box encasing me un can was but sngnuy burned, and a quantity of oil remained in me can. Home are ot me opinion that the fire was caused by the explosion of a lamp which was left burning in the stable, but as no one can account for the can ol oil the general opinion is mat on incendiary urea tne stable. IVOSiUERrLt DLSCOVEllY 3IAE IN IIELEXA Evidences of n Former Civilization Cn eartlifd by Street Excavations. Onr Cily Probnbly Eestluc tiporj the Foundation of h Oncc-Popnlons Town. mi. - TT-, a .i. r ,i . j-i i of Wednesday, says: "Our city officials lUOAtucua I xxi ii. I .xrfucpw.uD11., u. in carrying out the suggestions of tbe Independent to provide more efficient means against tne ravages oi nre, nave had gangs of laborers at work for some days.with a vie w of excavating and con structing cisterns at convenient points In the streets, lor the use of the fire de partment Taking some little credit to ourselves for the inauguratiou of this needed enterprise, we naturally take an Interest in me pro3ecuuon or tne work and this interest induced us to visit one of the gangs yesterday, to observe their progress. Wo found the party In a very excited state, from the fact that one of me pices naa just strucE some hard substance like iron, and in addition to this, tbe concussion of the blow had given back a hollow reverber ating sound, as though a huge cavern or cave lay underneam. Tne workmen. who were a little superstitious, at first rerused to nroceed wim me wors, be lieving, as they expressed it, that they were "next door to purgatory, sure." At length, by some persuasion, they were induced to proceed, and an iron plate, having the appearance of a mod ern siunet lid was soon uncovered. which being removed, disclosed to tbe astonished view of the workmen a deep cavern, dark. as Erebus and partially tilled wim water. Tne extent oi mis cavern could not be conjectured, except from me time required ior tne sounds at mo mourn to be ecnoed uacK irom its sides. The fact that water seemed to be Rtanilin!? in it suggested the thought at once that a reliable reservoir had been discovered, suited to the wants pf tbe city, provided tne supply oi water could be kept up. mat mis cavern is un doubtedly the work of a former civillzai tlon, there can be no question. The iron cap covering tho orifice proves that the chambsr. cavern or whatever - it may be termed, is a worE oi art; besides me mouth of the cave has been constructed of brick, which are in a very good state of preservation and resemble our modern i i' i ... -r .1 1 : ... -Kr .. t , 1. Ul lUlx in eicuuu iuaiit . aiejis uuvu been taken, as yet, to explore tne cavern. or to determine its character, it is be lieved a thorough investigation will bring to light some important facts in connection with a former race inhabit ing the present site of our enterprising city. Some of our imaginative citizens have even expressed me beiier that this cavern is connected with a grand under ground tunnel constructed beneath the Bed of the Mississippi river, and that its nthpr terminus will be round on4ne Mis sissippi shore opposite this city, and that It may Dea purl-ui we uuuergruuiiu tuur- nuphfare employed by tbe abolitionists. tnrougu wmcn wj rescue mo jiuur, perse cuted filaves, before the war. By some it Is believed that the water will furnish an abundance of eyeless fish, similar to thnso found in the Mammoth cave, and preparations are going on to supply our marknts from this source. We shall hazard no opinion In this matter until aftpr a full and thorough examination has been made by scientific, men. For thn nresent we can only say mat me iron cap was found about seven or eight feet helow the surface of the 6treet, closing a dark, deep, cavernous looking place, that has not yet been explored. We await runner developments." TiiEbenefltat theTheater to-night for the sufferers by the tornado which near ly destroyed Tuscumbla, should be as sisted by every citizen of Memphis. Tickets only one dollar. Beserved seats can be secured at the Theater or the Pea body hotel. The Sunday Appeal will be unusu ally attractive, and offers the best in ducements for advertisers to reach a large class of readers. Go to Leddln'a Business College FRESH Si'AUEUIBS At George Thoma's, 35 Poplar. Neuril. The Instantaneous cure for amrowfa. Geo, w. Jones & Co, keep It. Remember when you want to buy a good running-walker or fox-trotter, go to 1I4LL CO.V. Flowers, bulbous roots, plants, bou quets and decorations. Craig's, 379 Main, llriiuer.Dnnd.Ball. TjioDeuBchcr Drudr-Band wlllgive MASOXIC. Ihc c Klr.Kntsnta of t lie, Wesson their flTaytto Hew' Orleans 5eartles .sua Baintes Bjrcjreasnni ,,manIery of'tnl. Clfyf esterdav morning a thousand more citizens renalred: to the bluffo, to. seethe steamers Great Republic, Thomp son Dean and Idle wild, cn route to New Orleans, JThe Idlewlld; had. deegatloiur or. ivnigtlis xempiar irom .uoguuspuii., Terrehaute, Lafayette, Vevay and Ev- ansvine-i Indiana; and jmwoou toui manderv. No. 6. of Springfield, Illinois, this bodv havintf chartered the steamer, The Thompson Dean had delegations Irom the commanuertes oi uairo, Deca tur, Centralia. Anna, Illinois; and Day ton, Ohio. The Great Republic had the Ascalon commandery, from St. Louis, and a number of invited guests from Colorado. Denver. Kansas, Iowa and Missouri. The following prominent officers wero in the party: v. ju. tiuri but, V. G. C. and generalhsslmo of the United States; K. M. Brown, or Bulla lo. P. G. C. of New York; F. L. 8tor- rett. of Buffalo. P. G. C. of New York George W. Lininger, P. G. C. of Iowa, and James F. Aglar. if. u. v. oi xowa There are delegations from New York, Pennsylvania. Ohio. Iowa, Nebraska. Colorado, and Kansas. The officers of Ascalon commandery who are with the party are: E. Sir James Aglar. P. G. commander Missouri: Sir G. J. Goodman generalissimo; Sir George W. West, captain general; A. Holland, prelate Sir W. P. Mnllen, treasurer; Sir Fred erick Williamson, recorder: Sir D. O Connor, senior warden; Sir G. W. Pnr- dy, junior warden; mij. J. cranuau S. B, : Sir J. M'Donald, standard bearer SirE. Lowe, warder: Sir H. L. Whit man, captain of guard; Sir C. E. Can- oee, n rat guard ; bit u. u. uoos, seconu guard; Sir H. W. Hibbard, third guard. Thesa officers are the gentlemen who entertained Cyrene commandery, of this citv. uoon the occasion of their visit in St Louis. About fifty Sir Knights of Cyrene commandery, neaueo oy tne Memphis brass band, visited the three steamers and made an informal call upon the excursionists. The levee was thronged with spectators, and during the visit of the Knights a salute of fiftv or more guns was fired from the bluti The Thompson Dean and Idlewild shoved out at eleven o'clock, and going up above mo mourn ot wolf river, rounded to and came down full speed, with flying colors ond bands of musio playing. The Knights in full uniform edged the side of tne boat and waved adieu to those on shore. Tbe departing steam' ers, rigged in gay colors, the shining uniforms anu waving plumes or the Knights upon their decks presenting fine picture, the enjoymment of which was maue ail tne more pleasant by me music of the three bands. As the steam ers shot by the elevator, the Great Be j , te The ,atter steamer was visited by a great many ladles and gentlemen of this city, who remained on deck to witness the departure of the other ves sels. Prof. Arnold's Old Memphis brass band took a position on the hurricane deck, and played a charming air that i ' i rrn i - l -r i i evoKeu appiaiisu. xiio at. xiouis people, as well as tbe musicians from that and the other cities, were agreeably surprised to hear such excellent music by a Mem phis band. Tbe Great Republic, after waning unui one o'ciock ior tne arrival of the Washington, District or Colum bia, delegation, consisting of twenty-oni Knights, cleared for New Orleans. We hear it stated, but not authentically, that Cyrene commandery, of this city, will entertain the excursionists upon their return from New Orleans, at which city the" grand convocation of the order of the United States will be held next week. The Memphis Knighta Ieavo on a special train of the Mississippi and Tennessee railroad next Monday. The Thomas Sherlock, with her Knights Templar excursionists nom uayion, Springfield and Columbus, accompanied by their ladies and friends, will pass down mis evening. LAW REPORTS. First t'Ircnit Court Judgo Kulsbtll. No court yesterday. This is motion day. Second C'ircnlt Court Ilulsey Jadce, Only ono case on yesterday's calender was disposed oi. too same calendar, with the addition of cases No. 3G9S and 4337, specially set, aro on tho board to day. CHANCERY SALE OF STEAMBOATS To-day, commencing at eleven o'clock in the morning, at the landing, near the mourn oi won river. e. a. cole, c. M. HALL & CO., No. 65 Union street, keep the best sad dle stock for sale in the market. STOP THAT C0DQH. Use Williams' Balsam of Wild Cher ry and Wood Naptha, the best remedy , - , - , Known ior ixnigns, uo'.us, jisinma, Bronchitis. Consumption, and all affec tions nf the throat and lungs. Try it and be convinced of its magical effects, n or sale cy ail druggists. The benefit at the Theater to-night for the sufferers by the tornado which nearly destroyed Tuscumbia, should be assisted by every citizen of Memphis, Tickets only one dollar. Reserved seats can be secured at theTheater or the Pea' body hotel. 0 RANGE?, 80 CENTS PER DOZES. Owing to the upward tendency of oranges we cannot promise to sell at the above price longer than to-day, there fore wo advise our patrons and citizens generally to take advantage of the pres ent low price. In this connection we would call attention to recent receipts of raisins, currants, citron, Malaga. grape3, nuts oi an xinos, uaiuornia can ned fruits, choice factory and Young America cheese, N6W York and western reserve butter, buckwheat flour, etc. Our stock has been carefully purchased, and goods are being onered at very reasons me prices. lytlb a shields, -la main street. Don't forget to hand in your favors early to appear in our mammoth Sun day issue. PACTS WORTH KNOWING. 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 lis enure ireedom irom suosiances that arelnlnrionstothe srstem. Wechauenee comparUon at any and all Wecha times. The verdict oi the consumer is always mourjavor. rorsaieuy an grocers. GET T0UB FURS REPAIRED and ro-llnedat Dary's, 17 Jefferson. The benefit at the Theater to-night for the sufferers by the tornado which nearly destroyed Tuscumbla, should be assisted by every citizen of Memphis, Tickets only one dollar. Reserved seats can be secured at theTheater or the Pea body hotel. STEYE CLEMENT, NO. O BEALE BTREEr. Ruth's square oysters: fresh arrivals of game ano poultry daily ; meat a special ty; celery, fish and bear arriving and to arrive. TO THE JHEHBEBS OF THE HEUPUI3 DRAMATIC CLUB, Ladies and GEirrr.r.irnv TTrmtrinrr that you fully appreciate the good cause ior which we are ue9iroua to raisn na large a fund as possible, and as a creat many have expressed a desire to see the pioy of Men jsou, we respectfully ask a repetition of the same next Tnnsilftv evening, December 1st, at the Memphis club hall, for the benefit of the Hphrnw orpnan asylum. Jitemalningyours, etc., A. E. Frankland, Benj. Eisman, S. Toube, H. M. Lo wenstine, Bettie Conn, Bella Beessel. FRESH MINCE PIES And fine Confectionery. Call at BPECIIT WALTERS, , No. 37 Madison. 60 TO HALL & CO.'S If ycu want to purchase or hire a good saddle horso. The Sunday Appeal i3 the best ad- vertisiug medium in the State. SPECIAL TO MERCHANTS. THE TEACOEItS AS.SOCIATIOX. Programme ror the ileeilotr in January PntllenUon of the School .Tonrnal. .Tfee ofilcors Dftihe State teachers' association met' says the Nashville Banneff of Wednesday, according to appointment, in the office of the super intendent of public Instruction, yester day afternoon, at three o'clock, and was called.toonler by President J. B. Linda lav. In the absence of the secretary, the president appointed Rev. H. 8. Bennett pro icm. , Tne ioiiowing persons wero oibiiv; Dr. J. B. Lindsley. J. O. Griffith, Esq., Itev. William Bneiton, u.v.. rro fessor Marks, Professor S. Y. Caldwell, Dr. Kalisch, Professor Currey, of Gibson county, and Bev. H.8. Bennett After full consideration the following programme was adopted for the meeting oi me estate leacuera- association Wednesday and Thursday, January 20 and 21, 1875: PROGRAMME. Wednesday, January 20. ten o'clock In the morning. Meeting of efflcers. Eleven o'clock Addres3of welcome, Governor J. D. Porter. Response by President J. B. Lindsley. Report of secretary. Appointment of memorial committee. Organization Admission of mem bers. Two o'clock in the afternoon. Ad dress: "Needed Improvements in the School Law of Tennessee "Colonel J. M. Fleming. Discussion on tho subject of the ad dress. Seven o'clock In the evening. Ad dresses. "W. H. Ruffner, superintendent public instruction, Virginia; H. A. M. Henderson, superintendent of public in struction, Kentucky. THURSDAY' M0RN1NQ. 10 a.m. Normal Schools J. B. Linds ley. Discussion to be opened by Dr. Wm. She! ton. 11 a.m. The County Superinten dent, H. Presnell. 2 p.m. Reports of committees and general business. 7 p.m. Address, President A. D. White, Cornell university; Dr.B, Sears, Peabody .fund. The propriety of publishing the School Journal tor the year 1S75 was consid ered, and tne publishing committee were Instructed to examine into the merits of the question, and report at the next meeting. Prof. S. Y. Caldwell was add ed to the publishing committee. The meeting adjourned to meet at tbe office of the board of education, 67 South Cherry street, Friday at three o'clock. COLORED METHODLST CIIERCIT. Keetlngorihe Tennessee Conference at Nashville on Wednesday First Day's Proceedings. The Tennessee annual conference of the Colored Methodist Eoisconal church of America convened at Nashville on Wednesday, in its seventh annual ses sion, Bishop H. W. Mills presiding. itengious service was commenced oy the bishop reading a lesson out of tbe Old and New Testament, taking for his lesson the thirty-seventh psalm and the eighth Romans, also singing hymn four hundred and fifty-six. After which, prayer was offered by tbe bishop, and then by Bev. R. Mitch ell. X. B. Martin was elected secretary protein. The roll of preachers was then called, and a large number answered to their names. The presiding elders then ureaented the certificates of the lav delegates who were elected at the district conference for the year 1S74. 'The following lavmen were nresent: John Tuggle, A. Bryant, Charles Tng- gio, ii. i; coper, Uharies Sumruervillo, lutiuau auuciDvu. .viuau Aixaiuilc, Ajr- rus Green, Henry Bowman, Win. Low ell, W. B, Smith, Jackson Taylor, Hor ace lioiu, I? ii as mown, turner uranatd Boston Covington. i. is. Martin was permanently elected secretary. The conrerence men elected the Ioi iowing committees. Public Worshlp-G. H. Walker, F. Daniel, S Williams. Sabbath Schools K. Mitchell, C. L, M'Tyelre. James R. Daniel. Education Daniel Davis. J. W, Lane. G. H. Walker. ifubiishing interests i. 11. nammel Cyrus Leam, James Thompson, Ai Bryant, William Sowell. Temperance F. Daniel, Berry Smith, G. H. Walker, Andrew Davis, , Willis. Church Pronertv J. H. Oldlev. Grif- nn Atwaters, James xioyti. Hev. Drs. M'J? emn and Bummers, of the Southern Methodist Episcopal church, were Introduced to tho confer ence, and were requested to address the conrerence, in which request they ao quiesced. Dr. M'-terrm then made a few re marks of encouragement, which were listened to attentively. He was followed by Dr. Summers, who stated iu ills speech that tbe Colored Methodist Episcopal church had gone beyond his expectations, since its organ ization, in the increase of members. The doctor spoke many encouraging words concerning tne colored jMeltiodist ;pis co rial church. In conclusion both the doctors bid tbe conference God speed. A vote of thanks was tendered the dis tinguished visitors for their speeches. Rev. 8. W. Early, of the African Methodist Ephcopal church, was then introduced to tne conierenoe. The bishop read a document concern ing some property that he had purchased at Sardis, Mississippi, for a school. He made some remarks on schools, and the benefits derived from them. He then took up a collection of twenty-t' ree dol lars among the members for school pur poses. The committee on public worship re ported the following appointments: Capers Chapel, seven o'clock In the evening, Daniel Davis. Ht, John's Chapel, it. Mitchell. The conference then adjourned to meet to-day at half-past nine o'clock in the morning. .Benediction oy tne bishop, The benefit at tbe Theater to-night for the sufferers by the tornado which nearly destroyed Tuscumbia, should be assisted by every citizen of Memphis, Tickets only one dollar. Reserved seats can be secured at the Theater or the Peabody hotel. KENTUCKY-SADDLE HORSES For sale at Hall & Co.'s. Also, good dray mules. GRAND BEAR LUNCH. Pete Mentges will set an elegant bear lunch at his well-known saloon, No. 172 Poplar street, this evening, from nine to twelve o'ciock. mis menus are inviteii to be on hand. CUBISfMASI CHKISTJ1AS! Just received, a fine stock of new toys and rancy boxes or oil Kinds, wax and China dolls and ornamental cases very cheap.. Before purchasing elsewhere call at berton'e, Cornor Fourth and Poplar streets. litixgston"& cohpany, BOBESriC AND FOREIGN BANKERS, 10 PINE STREET, NEW YORK. Conservatively organized for doing me Dullness 01 out-oi-iown dudes, oanaers, corporations, merchants and individuals. Usual interest allowed on dally balances. uoiiecuons mnue anu promptly remitiea, Corrttvondence minted. Exchange on princi pal clues of Kurope. iji inu.Tiu.n , lH,WHlltri C l-W., Loudon. The benefit at the Theater to-night for the sufferers by the tornado which nearly destroyed Tuscumbla, should be assisted by evory citizen of Memphis. Tickets only one dollar. Beserved seats can be iiecured at the Theater or the Pea body hotel. DOWN GOES THE PRICE. Good Norfolk oysters at thirty-five cents per can, at J. A. 8IGNAIG0U, i.o oeconu auu iuo .ii mil streets. ADDITIONAL MARKETS. MOBILE, November 117. Cotton quiet; middlings, 14c: stock, 40,724 bales; weekly net receipts, 17,101 bales; gross receipts, 17,115 bales; exports to Great Britain, 4225 bales: coastwise. 7811 bales; sales, 12,503 bales. SAVANNAH, November 27. Cot- Ion firm; middlings, 14c; stock, 00,2S4 Embroidered Lluen ciet8, 60o to Si bales; weekly net receipts, 32,920 bales; gross receipts, 32,947 bales; exports to Great Britain, 7576 bales; to the conti nent, 2090 bales; coastwise, 8322 bales; sales, 10,559 bales. ' CHARLESTON, November 27.-Cot-' ton easy; middlings, 14c; stock, 59,021 bales; weekly net receipts, 21,100 bales; exports to Great Britain, 1802 bales; to the continent, 1075 bales; tq the chan nel, J200 bales; coastwise, 7383 bales; aales,-11,050 bales. ' ;GALVJ3STON, November 27. Cot ton' steady; middlings, 14c; stock, 67,700 bales; weekly net receipts, 14,015 bales; gross receipts, 14,203 bales; ex ports to Great Britain, 11,494 bales; to France, 640 bales; to me continent, 1007 bales; eoastwise, 255 bales; Bales, 12,810 bales. THE wmm SHEET. THE PAPER Send iu your Orders Early. STEAMBOATS. FOB LOUISVILLE fc CINCINNATI. ClnclnnaU and Memphis Packet Company f or cairo, lxjuuviue ana lancinuati. The elegant passenger steamer uier -..clerk jluxmeola, J. N. Shnnk master G. strlder cieri Leaves TUKSDAY, Dec 1st, at 5 p.m. R.W. LIGUTBURNE.Mup't. 15 Madison st. FOR VICKSBUBG. Sfemphl and St. Lonia Pacbei Company TJ. S. Stall Hue. For Helena, Chicot, Greenville, Vicksburs, and War Landless. Steamer COLORADO. Ed. Gray master, .Leaves bUUAi, aov. ztn, at iu a. in. ALT. DlOlUtt. Snpt Mississippi River Elevator Company ITOB OAJLKO AND til, LOUid Kenipbls and St. Louis I'actiet Company For Hickman, Columbus. Cairo and St- Louis, steamer ST. GENEVIEVE. George Vlckera master,lHr3CZ Leaves as above THIS DAY, Nov. 45th, at S o'eloc k p.m . AD. STORM . Bnp't Mississippi River Elevator Company. , FOR NEW ORLEANS. Regular Memphis and New Orleans Packet -. - fl T- 11,.,..!... - V .... I, . lUr Lli U KKKJU f Ul ,iuuuui .ihiuli,, New Orleans and all Way and Bend land ings. Str. Belle Xee, J. F. Hicks master Aif. Grlssom clerk Leaves THURSDAY. Dec. 10th. at 4.p.m. positively. Tne steamer Belle Lee will pay particular attention to all way and bend bmlness. Mer chants can rely on the strictest punctuality In all business entrusted to her care. J.T. WASJUNUIUfl, Agent, No. 10 Madison st. B. W. LIGHTBURNE, Sup't, Uuf27 No. 15 Madison St. Regulix Memphis and New Orleans Packet for the season For Vlcksburg, Natchez, NewOileaus and .all Way and Bend land lugs, Str Jno. B. Maude, J. awivll .master I J. S. Sedam clerk. Leave. THURSDAY, December 3d, at 1 p ju., positively. The ateaxuor Maude will pay particular at tention to ail way anu oenu ousinefrs. Jier h suits can rely un the strictest punctuality In alt businsbo enuuDieti to her care. J. T. WASHINGTON, Agent, no27 No. 10 Madison street. FOR JOHNSON'S LANDING. For CroiTclls, Randolph, Folton, Osceola, uonnson, anu ail jnterrueuiaie itnuingu. The elegant side-wheel steamer O. IT. JODllu master I J. W. Rhuaes Will make trl-weekly trips throughout the year, leaving Memphis Mondays, Wednesdays auu i.uiij ii, u . u - .-v. i . .. Fnr fraluht or taia-e aool v on board, Will leuve on her iirst trip MONDAY, No- vei-irier 2au. novg FOR WHITE BIVER. Itcgnlar Saturday Packet For Aaccsta, Jacksonport, and all Points on Wuite, .uuie iteu, anu niacin zuvcrs. The fine passenger steamer Quickstep, MILT MARRY master Loaves SATURDAY, Nov.2Sth, at 5 p jn. GLENN VINSON, Wharf boat, foot of Court. It. W. LIGHTBURNE. Aeentfi. nov7 15 Madison street. MemDhis and White River Packet CO.-U. S Mall Line. ror Augusta, jacksonport and ail way imuingson wiiiteruver, Str. Mary lioya, wm. .iiiott Leaves SATURDAY, Nov2Sth,at 5 pjn. GLENN VINSON, Agents, nov27 Wharf boat, foot Court st. ST. FRANCIS RIVER. For Marlanna and all Landings on St. Francis River.-! ne nne passenger steamer qPsceoJa, T. R. Bowmanmaster I A. Haycock clerk. Leaves SATURDAY, Nov. ath, at 5 pan. For freight or passage apply on board. FOR HELENA & FRIAR'S POINT For Helena, Friars Point and tbe Bends. TRI-WEEKLY PACKET. The elegant and fleet side-wheel passenger steamer master I Lee . Will leave as above every Monday, Wednes day and Friday throughout the year. 4MWMMO01jlliUlUll FOR HELENA. For Helena nnd Way jLauUlngs. The eiauuca ana comioxxaoie steamer JFraneis, S. Baskctt, oaster I D. p.Davls .clerk WUI leave as above every Tuesday. Thurs day and Saturday throughout the season. EOR OSCEOLA. in: have coJiE to stay. - For Randolph, Fulton, Osceola, and all Land ings on tne way megani siaswneei steamer . W. eiieek, WOS. KTTfl in . tiim-fr WiU depart as above on MONDAY, WEDNiffiS- jjai ana riuiiAi oi eacn weef. For freight or passage apply on board. Randolph, Fnlton, Osceola nnd John son's ijaniiing- 'lri-weeKiy am- KrftTlJt KOrTfiSr. rirfJirN O. K. Jonlln mastei I J. W. Rhode.cii WUI leave every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY, making all the coast landings. rorirpigutorpaasagaappiyon nciaro. CHEEK X.INE. Memphis and Vlcksburg Packet Company ror ixejena, j; riaia rouat anu uie jienusj u, S. Mall to Napoleon. JLlliiiols, Mark R. Cheek Leaves MONDAYS and THURSDAYS, 5 pjn. K Ui. iiaiuiiiiin. A. J. White, jaaS. George Malone. master. Leaves 1 UESDAYS and SATURDAYS. 5 DJn, For treignt or pas'iage appiy on rjoaru, or to R. L. COCHRAN, late of Cochran 4 Barton MrJ.il. ii. CUUUKAK, S. A. UAlTJllttt, jjate wiut ai. xm cci . n.uKiuaj, SnOCESSORS TO si. r. A J. VT. COCHRAN, and Manufacturers, 031ce3 and Yarfls, Foot Washington SU, and Ho. 4 Howard's Row. SarnnUlis Sorts end of Karj'Y&ra. KEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A GEN- erai assortment or rsuiiatnr ana jrram- lug ntr T.nmher. Weatherboard In tr. Floorlnc. CeU- Ing, smngies ana .lauis, aibo, xroois, nasn, Blinds, Dressed Lumber of all kinds, etc. Are prepared to fUl a"s on the shortest notice. SAVE YOUR MONEY. Bny yoni. Boots nntl Shoes nt rg 853 Molest,, formerly No. 10 Jefferson. HAVE alarge assortment of my own make I nf Roots and Shoes which I will sell lower than they were ever offered before In Mem phis. Give me a call and judge for yourself. lutonUCaps and Bonnets? A. C. TREAD WELL. A. B. TREAD WELL. B. D. TREAD WELL. Wh mi- a oiesaie ATr33 STONE WALL BLOCK, Ng. 11 Union Street. Memphis, Term. ZOHX CTJHBIN3. JOHN GTJKN. K. B. COOTBK GUBBINS, SUNN & COOYBL 161, 168 and 165 WAMMSM&T&n STJKE3KT, LUMBER A3D MANUFACTURERS OP Ceiling, Moldings, Balusters, Palings, XewcA Posts, Braokota, Etc. ItAMlNU LUilBBR OF ALL KINDS. b.- i, muu., BBiufiiw mm, mmb, wi mi., ruuuis, C.WUK, ocnu nnu asHt TbWi to order. asrWell Curbing, for Handle A Heath and Butler A McMaboa's Auao. aa tm short notice. All kinds ot Gin Geartneof Yellow pine. b,b R MILLS ::::::: North Front Street, opposite Gas W&rkg OFFICE AND YARD t Northwest cor. Gayoso and Second Streets SALESKOOfi ::::::::::::: No. 7 Monroe Street E.E.CtAEirE, formerly Clarke, Ely A Co. L. H. Coe, formerly Bosby, Johnson x Co. Clarke, Johnson & Co COTTON FACTORS COMMISSION IZLSRCK'TS, Wr&ni Htvcet, - HEeiuplii, Tens. TOYS! TOYS! TOYS! FANCY CHINA AND 310. MAIN STREET, 0pp. Peabody Hotell Mempliis, CB" Wo offer to the Trade, for Cash, tho largest ani best assorted! steek of theso goods, ever brought to tho Southern Uarkoi, comprising; all the. 3foveles introduced this season in Mechanical and othor Toy3 Buying as ts-o do, nt very Close Figures, dlxeot from the nuurafeetcrors, -we or prepared to offer SUPERIOR IHDCCE&IJITITS TO wBOLKAB BT.TZRS, N.B.-Yon -Brill caTe tlmo and money Ijy looltinrj iaroagli our stoec feefero placing tout orders botI5 BRYSON & CAIVIP Beg leave to invite all parties embracing all the latest sty'es or Chamber, Parlor, Dining-room, Kitchen amC OMw Fur niture. We have in suites the most complete stock ot ever shown In this market, embracljg al' grades of Amlm-tern, Wlltonf, V vetr, two aiiU three-plys; Ingrains, Hemps, Cocoa and Straw Mattings. OUK. STOCEL OIL CLOTSS is eomrlete, embracing all grades and widths, from 6 Inches to M f-Mt. r-ACIi OBKTAINl AND WiNOOtV DECORATIONS A SPECIALTY. Larje Certains from Jl 0 to 100 a window. IB OCX SIIADB DEPART etEftT We have many novelties, with all the standardised. We have the most complete stoak ever shown in this market. IOtHXJ- LASSIE The most complete ssenrtment.at prices that cannot fall to niease OCR StAT til ESi:s Are the standard Biake of the country. 22S Main and SSI fSecond Street, HCc.rnn.iis. JAS. 31. GOOBBAR. JNO. 5. 8. SIL5.ITiA.D. n f , h ttrfftVmnvfnf! thlATorder.be DUbuuied for four suecessrveTreeks.ln'theMem phis peI. TBI Iltn uay oi Lrecemoer,io.i. vv E. W. CALDWELL, J. P. A. Bolchmanp.att'ylorpltfr. decUau Wholesale Boots and Shoes 322 1-2 AND 324 MAIN ST.. ers DEALERS Groc USDS, FLOOK'SK YELLOW PIKE, CYPKWB, POHbAK AMD larr DEALERS I M.D.JoHsso(r, formerly Roftky.Joiuuon A Co C. B. Lxarke, formerly Lloyd, Han At A Co. ATOP' (J. 3. W jL JU jBT TTST . ) F8 H, CXiABK & CO, Importers and Wholesale and Retail Sealers la WITCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, SIIiV-ERWARE. SPECTACLES, FANCY GOODS, GUNS, Etc., No. 1, ClarU's Marble Block, 200 AlJf STREET : : WEXPHIM, TCTlfBSSCE WILLOW WAEE, to their Immense stock of TOS. OMBAK At, VAX B. G&e9.'jAAJt. illOPffflOM y N N S9 lOTv r 265 V -MS mer I F the a' I as Us nor p price merp It50, rain, to W( t's Bl dfof .teritc d$4 ldf$3. LI ' Palenci 3 m fit P .TLTE. ling JOOQ 4- ZUO I CO m CJC THE FOB BAR IRON A5D STEEL Feed Cutters. Com Sh tors, Carry Combs, Str S J, n nnrl R T,afl El