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THE MEMPHIS XJLX,Y APPEAL -FBIDAY. NOYEMBEE 30, 1877.
BAILBUAD8. Louisville and Nashville and Great Homthrrm lUllroad. iiro stent Kiore (Pall. ew.pt nMirdJ. Com at Milan lor 81. Louis and Cbtoago; MekenzM ror ftaoviii,inauanooca. Atlanta ana im pwkiwmi; ouuw aw cau. kinsvUie, Hndrson and InnrUlt; at Louis- mi If all potnu Norto and Baal 11 avaa. Iay Kipma Connects tor 8C Louts and Chicago; at LoulsYtUe foe ail points North and Kast. 4 :4a a.m. N'KraiU Aoreanan.aatleai D.U1J axoept Honaaj. . Arrival or Train a. Xipresa . . . ....4:lr a.m Ua -15 a.m fill man Palaea Can oo ertber train la LouurtUe, aod on nlvht train to fiaativllla. tor tteketa or Information, applv at TIekM Offlee, X87 Mala, fiortnamt ourtMr kladlson KnA Jm. naatceanery. oupt MamnaU Dir. Same tpest. TU-Het acw. Memphis and Charleston Railroad lefcedale After Serena ker S7.'lS77. Leaves: arrrvei: Mill and Express train dally 11:26 p.m. bA6 P-m aoinervUl. train daUf (except Sunday) at 6:00 p.m. :la.m War VrelcM .". CsX) a.m. 10:00 p.m Ttiroun relbt TrtOp.m. 8HJ am Tlane an aiaitM Faster man Cltv Time. Maanervtile Tralai will step at Ke-ala avad Vlaa ataitnaa. Tae 1 1 r S sua, train make, tne aaleaeat ttaae trm made to Chattanooga, ILnoxTllle. Lnichburr. Waablnston. and to Kast. and Will loo it all Regular total ions, ana at riac rnauooa abeo Omagra, axeept k'laf ac olauon Between votr Itervtlle and Mempnia. Tie be i uffl-27H Main street and at Depot Haaspbla aud Caariestoa Railroad. JOHN a. GRANT, Chief Knslneer and Uen'l SupX T. & DAT4J.T. Assistant General Passenger Agent. M hsiMippi and Tennessee Railroad CBAHVI OV aCHIDnJL o and afua WKDXKSDAT. November 14, 1877, trains will run a follows! . ainra. la35p.ni Na Orleans MaU dally at.... W . it- UMMmnwMlBlUM ll.ll V 8Up.ai exaspt rJunuars) ll0a.m 9:lSa.n FretcM train ealll (except Duntars). at sOOe.a 4 OOP-" Ckm euuneeaone made at nwiarta WUa araina Hone and eoutn tor ail point. mT ror runner inform anon, apply a rieket Office, 87 8U, and at Depot. II. Barke. Ho Jaatraa MESfHlS at LITTLE KOCa BALLWAI The Short Line to ArlAnaa and Texas. TIIIK C.ABU. uuvn: abjuvb: U I train. dall 6-JHt n.m. 1040 p.m CraiKhl rain tamo B.1L nun dMnut ihun ki x 7 !0U a.m. Paamrwon tfulna on thM road anil take tralna at tat Ucfoi of tbe Umlanile. NaabUle and ereal Mall train make eloas eoaneonon at anranta for no dim on Littlr Koca and rori Hmltn itaiiroaa. ana a. Little Hoek attb Cairo and Fulton Railroad, lot a it nu to aouttiwmt Araanaaa ana rexa. v.illmu, Vim Can on all r.laht tralna. ror Uoku and Information apply at Tlekewffleea ilH and 2h7 Main ublfucum tnw4. street, and at ini aadlmrvm tnw, or at U and N. and at. Bo. Depot, ar to tne uriderslKned, w. E. bMlTH, dup'U, Mempnla, Teno. R a a-ii. i.i amu. PuMiuHtr innL M. s JAY. P. and T. A.. Clttl Book A. T11 Mt-:n K1HTM. VJKllfUlH THKATflB. Oatbt ik Brooks.. Prop'ra I Joior Bickabt. Far Ml Kl(ht and Mating Tharaday (TkakflTial van aao. nmiarusi Tbe Favorite MAGGIE MITCHELL, " Supported by an Excellent Company. Monday and Tueadar. November 28th txiGNOX BIN 111, - f Wednrsiay and TbnkalvlDg (. vimcHOI Thuradayand Friday Mbts.. JAXE EYKK Saturday Hatlneee MeKOX Saturday Ntaht .....LOKIE Monday. Dee. 81 XTAKGKLINK BDBLESQUI OFkka companv. mIIlM AUD BOARD. OT. CLOCD HOrsK NKWLT RK FITTED A nlnunl nliuw for HOAKDKRS DT t eaanl place for Boakokrs bytne day, wrt or montb. Inauhe at the office, 2SI THIRD 8rBKKT, near Court. ACTWN VOUNtt. in enarge. ROOMS Moe fornlsbed rooms. - at 85 Main street. "TTANDSOMELY furnished or nnfumlsbed rooms XX for genthnien or famlliea. at unixxinst. T-ont inrf front room and double back room. XV with board: aim, day-boarders taken; prices to suit tne tiroes, at 1 1 1 uoun Mrtev. KOOMS Furnished or unfurnished for families or gwntlemen; bou.e newiy fitted up; large yard and convenient to ousinewi, w pn jeugnwm winrrw vote MAI.K. TOT and 2 story Brick Building, No. 7tf Front J ilnwt. near Jaelunn. ennialuliiz store and five room. si SI8O0: lot 25 by 99 feet. Also, two cul tivated lots in Port Pickering, near the French ear- den: 60 by 2M) feet eaen, at -iiiu, or unu encu. Titles guaraiiteed. For particulars Inquire at tbe omce of F. W. Buttlngbaus, 203 Main St., Memphis. LEBT Cheapeat Celery in Memphis HO cents per dozen, at a. v. bin a. a iaj. , 294 ITont street CONFECTION EBT. Store and Fixtures. Apply at Kf No 40 Main street, to Mrs. Aufrry. HORSEd Ona pair handsome match horses, very cheap, inquire at No. 2 HO Second 'tract. SEWfNO-M ACBINB and Baby Carriage very eheap. Inquire at Clifton Hnuwe, HOrt tieeond street. TTaNCK STBEET LOT No. 492. 45 by 162 feet, V will be sold low. H. WHITE. Appeal office. Q rr ( ACRES OF HIUH LAND BVi miles from JiJt' ells on both aides Miss, and Tenn.JL R.; beautiful bulldt g sites, and very fertile; will sell in lots to suit purchasers. Address PETER MITcHElX, care of mil. tuiualne Co. KDAR FENCING PO8T8 Always on hand for aal. by w. vl lakki.i. utntinsviue, ais. I" AND -500 acres land oo President's Island. Ad J J drrns Peter M'.tcbell, rare Hill, Fontaine ft Co, FUIi MALE OK LEASE. TLAN TA riON At reduced fUrures. the JT olanttitlon. eontalnlnc 000 acres of cleared land. 7 miles from gui.tlower Landing. Apply to Burks Winston. Krfiini Point. Miss. FOB HALE OB EXCIIaHGE. K EVIDENCE - FARM A desirable residence In town of 8aulbury, Tenn., on M. and C. R. R. Also, a farm 8W miles from town. Would exchange for NurtnwesUrn Texas propetty. For further par tlculars address LhON. Baulsbury, Teen, SMALL FARM At railroad depot, six mUes from clt . or will exchange for a good cotton farm. Apply to DR. R. W. MITCHELL. L W. Ill No 84 VI adlwn street Memphis. WET NURSE Address M. a, at Appeal omce, giving name and number of residence. SITUATION-By a young woman from the north as bou-ekeeper or seamstress In private famll. or aot-ciass cook in private iamuy. Address , Appeal office. A RARE opportunity la offered to an active busi ness man. to engige In the sale of aa article in tbls cut. insuring ready sale and Immense profits. About 300 capital required. It all! py to Investi gate this Address J. M. FOdTER, 53 Noith Sixth street. Philadelphia. Pa. SERVANT.- Two whits servants, German pre ferred; one lo cook, wash aud iron; tbe other to take cure of children and house. Apply at onoe at tbisaflVo. None but fust elans servants peed apply. ROOMS Two nicely furnished rooms, with or wltnout i oard, near Court ttauaro. are wai ted vj a smau iamuy. auoress J. aw.. Appet L riX) 8BI.L an Interest in first-class business, pay 1 tog 600 percent.: goou reason forselllng. Ad drees GOOD bL oINEfit), this ofuce. STAMPING An entlrsiyaew lot of PatternKof tbe very latest styles. Just received at tbe Singer Rooms. 2rtO fceeoad street. The designs are very rare and beautiful, both for braiding and embroid ery, and will please the most discriminating tastea A 11 orders exeni ed with promptness and dispatch. roit BE.MT. ROOMS- Furnished oi unfurnished rooms for rent at No. KH Main street, near Union. C COTTAGES On Tanee, Hernando and Orleans, y Stores on front a d nee nl. .sheds en Madlsn; alM obelby. Nice bounes on Walnut: aiao kxebange. Houses on Carroll. Uayburn and Bass avenues, beekleneee on Alabama: also Trezevant. Bouse 40 Washington ; also 1.35 Main. Pullman Block residence: Main street residence. B.WOIS. Irving Block; also 8.SM Umio. Laom lealdMioe. liKJ Court; Store, 11 Monroe. Cheap bouM-a. Museley avenue; also Clar atrattf. 6orea on Poplar; houses on Fourth. Choice residence near Charleston dt pot Nice Furnished House, court, 110. W. a. a HEATLKT. 2X1 Main. LANDS FOR 1K7K-Longer, ff desired. W. D. McCALU M,AVnt. 19 M.. BOUHK-Of five rooms, besides klteben and ser vants' room; large lot. Apply at POD'S Bookstore, or 121 Alabama st. H0LBE-Oq Avery and st Manm streets. . L. a EATON. HH Madlso Madison St vOTT AG a containing five rooms, good cistern. V larva nanlrr. and all necessary iiuiiiiwiaia. aTHJC MERIK KTHKlt PLACE, eight miles below Memphis, on Arkansas side; 4.Scl seres In eulu JJgoua bouse, sUsam-gln. mill, stables and all " "siiinwa. 'ur terms apply to A. M. so: JTD ft SON. gTOREROOM-87 South ooort street. Apply to ao rent to good tenant. . . i ibw. i au . will uaj tabev P Pmsea until Oe- Fitasrt and ImtHOved. w. more itn-j rut ,......" ADtilT .Iva. im . K&& Lauable rooins, with n. rd - 1 a 117 Oonrt atmrf TJl TAt.A Hve mi, inn ami mm L , jjjaw AUCTION. BAKKKUPT STOCK, AT AUCTION, ar a. s. ru.isiLLA.vD. 30c uais btreet. DRUGS, SADDLERT. FURNITURE, GKOCERIK8, THIH MORSISfi. AT lt 0'CE4CK. X. M. STODDARD. (ESERAL ACCTIOXEEB, 228 MAIN STREET. gyBalea Dally of Ooods of Every Desertptloca OTKAYED OB HTOliEX. DROWN MARE With white above the boors on XJ left aide; while star In forehead. Liberal re ward Is offered. Fort Pickering. Alabama and 2d sta. NTKA YEJ). rJTORSS A sorrel bone, saddled and bridled. A O. liberal reward wtll be paid for bis return to .5 cnaneston avenue. LOST. "ITAH-RINO On Madison or Court extended, one JJj coral and gold ear-ring, tn tbe form or a heart. Tbe finder will be rewarded by leaving same at No. znv siain COLLAR A lady's fur collar, on Poplar, between vs i ntra ana Main, rinner piease return 10 in- teuigenceomce, l&w i.ain street. OHAWL On Vance. Lauderdale or Georgia streets. O A liberal reward will be paid by leaving same st zo vance street. PUP White spotted setter pup; bad on leather collar, and answers to name of " Ring." Lib era! reward for return to C. F. Leland. 1 1 Monroe st. LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. Yesterday was bright and cool. There was but one arrest yesterday. Owing to the bright sun and cool winds the streets are again dry. Yesterday being Thanksgiving, but lit tie business was transacted. ' Saturday night a mule was stolen from R. F. Abbay, ot Commerce, Mississippi. The Knights of Innisfail gave a brilliant bail last night at their ball on second Btreet, The twelfth anniversary celebration of the St. Andrew's society' will be held to-night at Madame V incent s Crystal, palace. The present cold weather is so unex pected and severe that it Will probably cause a good deal ox sunenng among tne poor, who are illy prepared for the winter. In a well-known Main street book-store there is the following conspicuous placard: " We keen a man in the back -yard to do all the cussing and jawing; shall we call him?" Th'i frame market is now in its zenith. Bear. deer, ducks, quails, squirrels, fish, etc. are to be had in any quantity. The trade in large fish taken in the Mississippi and lakes is daily improving. The election to fill the vacancy car"" 1 by the resignation or lion. I nomas U ' member of the legislature from this r - j, will be held to-morrow. Borne ii"t . is manifested in this election. Ixia Unveiled; A if aster Key to the Masteries of Ancient and Modem Science and Theology, by Blavateky, is the title of a work now creating considerable excitement in JNew xork. Manstord has it tor sale. The Memphis Mardi Gras next February will be the grandest ever celebrated in Amer ica. Parties irom abroad are already making anxious inquiries relative to tbe approaching carnival, which will attract thousands ot vis itors. William F. Tracey, of New Orleans, writes to the manatrer of the Riversides. stating that he has arranged, and is about to complete one ot the best and most convenient base-ball parks in the Union. Mr. Tracey f urther says that there are three or four good base-ball clubs, not counting the it. Lee, in New Orleans that are still intact. ' Two young men yesterday rode as far out as Bartlett on a hunting expedition. Thev killed twentv-eieht Dartridtres and twelve rabbits, but unfortunately one of the huntsmen was thrown from his horse nve miles from the city. The quadruped came straight to the stable, but the dismounted rider had to walk home and did not reach here until half-past ten o'clock last night. He looked like a juvenile "Rip Van Winkie. Recorder Duff yesterday committed Marv Walsh, alias Ward, to jail for steal ing one hundred dollars from Mrs. Mary Armstrong, the lady who died last Monday evening at No. 89 Main street. We are informed that the ladies of the Ladies' christian association do not think Mrs. Armstrong's death was caused bv foul play, but suspected Mary Walsh of robbing h.r. The ladies of this association employed Mrs. MozeiJ to attend to JUrs. Armstrong, as Mary Walsh failed to take proper care ot her. the accused Mary Walsh was unable to give the five thousand dollars required by the re corder, and is now m jail. PERSONAL. W. A. Wheatlev has select house list to day. Mb, Acton Young, the well-known hotel keeper, has taken charge of the St. Cloud bouse (formerly Hotel d' Europe), which has been refitted and furnished in first-class style, Yesterday was a day of unusual interest in fecial circles, as it witnessed the marriage oi jur. jonn ixmgiass itobinson and Miss Anne Duncan Pickett, tbe ceremony being performed in uaivary church, by the venera ble rector, ftev. Dr. Ueorge-White. Mr, Robinson belongs to an old and highly es teemed family of Memphis, and is iustlv popular witn nis large circle ot acquaintances. A gentleman by birth, a scholar by study, and a lawyer by profession and practice, Mr. Robinson enjoys a reputation such as only the meritorious in intellect and the deserving in neari can acquire. io young man in the community is entitled to a higher considera tion ot respect or truer appreciation than Mr. Robinson. His bride is also a member of one ot the oldest and best known families in the State of Tennessee, she being the daughter oi air. w . o. ncKett, wnose whole lile and character, like that of the family, are among the beet and most sterling of Memphis socie ty. The bride is noted for those amiable qualities ot heart, elegant attributes of mind. and refined graces cf manner that elevate and adorn the character of woman, and make ner tne type ana reality ot tbe purest and most ennobling loveliness of earth. Proba bly no two persons in Memphis are better suited by congeniality and elevation of character for each other's love than Mr Robinson and bride, nee Miss Pickett. No wondur, then, that Calvary church was ao crowded with tne elite and fashion of Mem' phis society yesterday to witness the nuptials oi mis inuy anu gentleman. jMOt only the young, but the old people were there in countless numbers, each and every one add ing a smile and giving a gladdening look to tne joyous atani oi groom ana bride. At a quarter past twelve o clock the members of tne Dnaai party emerged trom the residence of Mr. W. S. Pickett, No. 81 Adams street, and entering carriages were driven to Calvary church, where the ushers, Messrs. Sam M'Dowell, Ed F. Wills, Howard Martin and w . u. Berry, met them, and in a graceful manner opened the crowded aisles for their entrance, ine bride was accompanied to the aitar oy ner lamer, Mr. W. S. Pickett. Mr. Kobinson entering with Mrs. Pick ett, they taking position immediately mwt uic uitcuuunui, woo were iur. ueorge Winston, of Mississippi, and Miss tKnoxie ricKeu, mier ot tne onaej; Mr. flays Pick ett and Miss Sue M'Gavock. of Arkans... Mr. J. P. Meux and Miss Lizzie Walker, of ir Z 1 . II J A J w sax. tirgmui; air. r rcu Auama and Mies tiessie Martin; Mr. m. nop. Johnston and Miss Bon me Green, of Columbia; Mr. Will Carson and Miss Mary Mansfield. As the bridal party entered the organ pealed forth a melody, which continued until the members had taxen position around the chancel, which, uac urn aiuu, was ueauy decorated With a variety oi nowers and evergreens. Rev. Dr. White, in an impressive and graceful man ner, men penormed the ceremony of matri mony in accordance with the rites of fh Episcopal church. There was not a fault nor error in any respect, both the groom and the onoe responaing audibly and distinctly, ituiucuuibeijr aiter me interesting cere mony the newly wedded pair and attendants filed down the opposite (left) aisle and made their exit from the church The party then returned to Mr. Pickett V residence, on Adams street, where for an hoar or more Mr. and Mrs. Kobinson received the congratulations of their delighted friends and relatives. Alter una a handsome collation was served. The salon ia which the table was set was decorated with flowers, everv feature being in unison with the demands of the occasion, ice table was laden with the most choice confections, and also bore three nanasome pyramid cakes and flowers, whnu balmy essence breathed a hannv mnsin nt Rename, rurpie violeta larked neaththe snowj sweets, while juicy grapes and tbe "fragrant orange wim bright golden rind were clustered there, and opening roses la Virgin robes of white. Sparkling wines, egbrtarartjog as the laughing eyes of beau ty, and geatytf the kind hearts of friend and kindred, added too, to the joy ous occasion. fAfter the feast, a trlance at the rich array of costly presents and word of sweet farewell, the bnde and groom were escorted to the Mississippi depot, where they took tbe three o clock train for New Orleans, whence they go lo Mobile and other cdbes be fore returning home. May their bright frolden day of yesterday be emblematic of their "to-day" and prophetic of their future. May that future be bright as the stellar dia monds in the "sapphire canopy of heaven," is our wish and that of all who know them. " May no dream or tenderness arise Which earth may not fulfliL And no fountain open In their heart Which Time hath power to chllL" AMUSKJIKSTS. " Hlaa Haa-gle Mitchell. Last night Miss Maggie Mitchell, at the Memphis Theater, rendered the title roU of Jan Eyre. Her conception of the character is undoubtedly correct, while lta portrayal redounds to her talent as an artist. Her Jane Ear is a production of great merit. and is to be appreciated by all. who witness it. Mr. William Harris as "Rochester" was effective and all that could reasonably be de manded. To-nifrht Miss Mitchell as Jane Evre will be repeated, and we hope to a crowded house. Klce'a "Evaa-eliae" Coxablnatlaav. Rice's Evangeline Combination begins an engagement at the Memphis Theater Mon day night, In speaking of this grand spec tacular extravaganza, the Louisville Courier- Journal says; "Ecangeline comes to us with a new brurhtness and freshness. Several sub stitutions have been made, notably Miss Liz lie Webster for Miss Eliza Wethersby in the character of Gabriel,' Miss Yenie Clancey for Miss Flora Fisher, as 'Evangeline,' and Mr. Richard Golden for Mr. N. C. Goodwin as 'Lie tflanc ihe loss and gain are so evenly balanced that it is hardly worth while discussinar. and. besides, the new-comers tnve to the axtravatranza an air of newness quite refreshing. Many points have been added in . the wav of hits and in the business of the different characters, and there is Buch a vari etv of matter that the extravaganza will bear seeintr many tames and other seasons yet, Miss Lizzie Webster and Miss naiza wethers by differ in qualities rather than quality. The present 'Gabriel' has not quite the assertive dash of the former one; is not quite the act ress or auite the singer, but is auite as charm ing in appearance, and has an air of sweet disposition, freshness, srentle archness and purity, with that degree of sprightliness which win the good-will and anection ot the audience. : Thus there is no loss in the change." LETTERS FROX THE PEOPLE. One of the Coasty Delearatea Inderstag; jnr. roeiaa ror Aiepreeeaianve. ,- Editors Appeal Having offered a reso lution to-day in the executive committee of thd Democratic and Conservative party" of Shelby county, to the ettect thataid commit tee should nominate a candidate to fill the vacancy in the legislature caused by the resig nation of Hon. Thomas C. Lowe, and such resolution having been adopted, and a nomi nation accordingly made by said committee, I desire to say that I regret very much that there was not a larger representation in the committee from the country districts; and while I did not assume to speak in my reso lution for the absent -members of the com mittee from the country. I trust it will meet their approval and indorsement, and that they will recoirnize and heartily support the nominee presented to them and the voters of m ii it it -ii Alii sneiDy county py tne commircee. Aitnougn the gentleman nominated, George R.Phelan, was not my first choice, and although I did not support him in the committee, I shall cheerfully carry out the spirit and letter of said resolution, and will give him my cordial and earnest support, believing him to be not only competent to represent us, but faithful and true to the principles and aspirations of the Democratic and Conservative party. And in anticipation of the usual charges that the aforesaid resolution was preconcerted "cut and dried" I will add that it was presented without consultation with any member of the committee, and as an advisable and prudent party measure. JOHN mc. brooks. jnovemper 29. is. Pars! JPursJ MENKEN BROTHERS Offer at very attractive prices a large stock of Ladles' Fart, In seal-skin, lynx, mink and sable. Also Chlldx-en'a Fan At exeedingly low prices. HEXKEItf BROI'IIEKfs). Holiday Specialties. Juvenile books, fine bibles, illustrated crilt books, writing-desks, albums, gold pens, at Aoa s, main street. Leubrie's, 247 Hair Street. Bergman's zephyrs. 12V. anl 15c per oz. Ladies' vests, 45c, 60c, 75c, worth double. Hosiery at 10c 12Hc 15c worth 25c to 50c, i me pattern hats at cost to dose. Gent s undershirts 33c, worts 50c Millinery at Coatt millnery at 4;ost! All late shapes in felts, 50c, 75c, $ 1 Fine French flowers, from auction. Ostrich plumes, tips, plushes, etc Bargains, Decided Bargains this Week. LBTJBRrE'8, 247 Main street. Enterprise nock. r ew men ot this dav hare exhibited as much pluck and enterprise in business as Dr. imt, of New York, the proprietor of Tutt s liver pills. In a few years he has built up business of vast proportions and made his name a household world all over the land, Advertising agents say that be has paid the press this year over one hundred thousand dollars, and that, the demaid for his medi craea is enormous, both in foreign countries and at home. The New York papers report the shipment from that port, in one day, of a ton OI Tutt 8 Dills. " Think of it ttcathSHi sand pounds of pills! From this great sue cess our merchants and maaufacturera may learn a useiui lesson. 11 thev have an arti cle of merit no humbug let everybody know it through the medium of printer s ink, and success is sure. It is true it requires pluck, but "none but the brave deserve the fair." More Dr. Tutts, and hard times will disappear as rapidly as disease vanishes be fore his most excellent medicine. Clieap Coal, J. W. Alley is selling the best Pittsburg coal for fifty-five cents per barrel, delivered to all parts of the city, at his yards No. 395 Main street, 230 Second street:, and 158 Beale street. Notice. To tbe Members of the Cotton Buyers' and Brokers' aswciauon: A meeting will be held in the committee room of the cotton exchange on Fnday after noon, thirtieth mstint, at half-past three. A full and prompt attendance is requested, as business of importance will be brought be- lore tne meeting. GREAT CtSIWG-OlJT SALE or CLOTBUh'tt at WBXIHUVSG HOOD AT GRUBBS & AUSTIN'S, 332 Main St, Preparatory to a change of firm, January 1, 1878. Now is the time to buy cheap clothing less than value. GRUBBS & AUSTIN 332 Main street Light, Well-Raised Bread, Biscuits, Cakes and pastry digest easily and conduce to good health. Good health makes labor of all kinds easier, and prolongs life. Doolev'a yeast powder will always make all these pro- auctions ugnt and wnoiesome. it is warranted to make beUer, lighter, swrfeter, more tooth some and nutritious biscuits, cake, bread, etc, than any other baking-powder. Coalboat Water at PItrjsbare liednction in Prices. We are advised of a rise in the river at Piitebur? sufficient to let out full towiof Pittsburg coal for the southern markets. In view of the above information we will re duce our prices for the best Pittsburg coal to fifty-five cents per barrel, delivered in quan tities of ten barrels or over, from Monday, the twenty -si th instant. We hnva full stocks now under way, and are prepared to furniab bottom figuaM for noai by the barge or boat-lead. Special induce meats offered in coal by the car-load tn the country trade, MOWN Jk JONES. Principal 00, Afala bUtaaC GEOBGE IS. FflELAlV Thte Uaaalaaeaa Caelee af Use Deaaae- raejr ta Fill viae Vaeataey la the JLcctalatatrw Cssset by the KeaLxwatlea af Hsa. T. C iAwe. At a called meeting of the Democratic ex ecutive committee by Irving Halsey, chair man of the executive board, it was moved and adopted that John Donofan be appointed chairman of the executive committee. After falling various vacancies, a quorum of the committee being manifest after a call of the roll, and so announced by the chairman, a resolution was adopted to the effect that the board new proceed to the nomination of a candidate to nil the vacancy occasioned bv the resignation of Hon. iboe. C. Lowe. It was also determined that all candidates before the committee be pledged to the support of the nominee, and were so pledged. Mr. Eader nominated John E. Handle. Mr. nominated J. Harvey M atb.es. Mr. A. J. Hays nominated George R. Phelan. On the second ballot, Mr. George R. Phe lan having received a majority of the whole number of votes cast, was declared the nomi nee: and. on motion, it was made unanimous. On motion, a committee, consisting of Messrs. Hays, Crockett and Miller, was ap pointed to notify Mr. Phelan of his nomina tion. The committee then adjourned, subject to the call ot the chairman. JOHN DONOVAN, Chairman. A. J. hats, secretary pro tern. TO THE PUBLIC. MxMpnis, November 20, 1877. Editors Appeal In view of the circum stances attending the nomination of Colonel George R. Phelan for the legislature, I desire to say to my Inends, who so generously sup ported, and encouraged me, that 1 am no longer in the field, and shall earnestly sup port the nominee of the party with which I have so long been identified. Kespectfully, J. HARVKX MATHE3. MR. FEKLAS'S ACCEPTANCB. Memphis, November 20. 1877. Messrs. Qillen. James and Randolph, Committee worxiuguien s (Central committee:' Gentlemen The nomination tendered me by you. in the press of the twenty-eighth in stant, demands more than a mere note of ac ceptance. This is the first time that the work ingmen of Memphis have taken any collective part in pontics. Hitherto they have content ed themselves with the weight of merely in dividual opinion, and the only reference to their wishes as a distinct body has been when some demagogue wished to destroy their in terests by deceiving their judgment. This organization is much needed. Political influ ence is only to be attained by concentrated and organized 'action. Now there is a dis tinct body from which the true wishes and opinions of your members can be gained; the public can no longer be misled by blutant and self-constituted representatives; and as the grange system at once brought strength and iustice to the farmers, so your association will bring them to you. As to your objects, there can be but one opinion, lo lighten the weary loads ot labor; to guard the- poor trom the keen selfishness of interest; to prevent com petition from becoming monopoly, and equality the slave of money; to bind up the wounds of the fallen and cheer the sad hevts of the unfortunate, has been ever the highest aspiration of political philosophy. To dos30tnething to effect this, and to organ ize the means of raising the standard of po litical morality is an eitort which insures re spect and deserves success. To have been chosen your nominee upon such principles is an honor 1 am proud to acknowledge. I hat I have not replied sooner is that in this, your first nomination. I might not come empty- handed to you. To-day the great Democratic party adopted your choice aa its own, and, venerable with a thousand battles for labor. clasped the hand held out by the latest born of the people. Happy, therefore, in having been the accidental means ot such a conclu sion, I can only say that, if elected, I shall hope to deserve the confidence of the people. and to receive your approbation. Respect- fully, OEO. K. PHELAN, TWO VICTIMS Of the Avenging Angel A Worthy Car- . penter Die with Heart Disease, and a Narae Smothers aa Infant. Attempt at 8 uiclde by a Jjady A Jeal- oas Kearro Shoots his nival while la the Blazes of the Dance. 'Last night Justice Quiglev held an inquest on the body ot a carpenter named Uharles A. Smith, who died suddenly at a house on Union street, near the Charleston railroad track, t rom the evidence before the coro ner's jury it appears that Mr. Smith, with a number ot other carpenters, had been at work all day. He drew a bucket of water, and, setting it down in an outhouse, took a drink, but, after walking a short distance, tell. The men at once went to him, but they found lite extinct. Lr. well being called in, examined tbe body, and gave as his opinion that Mr. Smith died with heart disease. One witness testified that Mr. Smith was a man of sobriety, and that he had known him eight years. Others corroborated the statement relative to the good character and sober habits of Mr. Smith, who, a month ago, came here from New Albany, Indiana, where he leaves a wile and two children Being an industrious, reliable man, and a good carpenter. Mr. Smith had no difficulty in getting work, and was doing so well that he determined to make Memphis his home, Jl 1 J , . A 1 J -. 1 ana naa arrangea to onng nis iamuv nere. The news of his death will be sad indeed to his absent wife and children, who as yet know not mac ne is no more. Mr. smitn was about thirty-seven years of age, and is supposed to be a member of the Knights of Honor. The jury, after hearin g the evidence. returned a verdict of "death from heart disease. . errnr-irTva imnnvn was committed late last night in the house of Mr. B. Uebrend, at JNo. 141$ Beale street, between Hernando and DeSoto streets, the victim being an innocent babe of the above named gentleman, who is a well-known dry goods merchant. The facts, as detailed by the police, are these: A negro girl, whose name is not known, alter rocking Mr. Beh rend's child to sleep, put her in a cradle, about seven o'clock. .About nine o'clock the mother, Mrs. Behrend, went to see the ba!e, but tound its face buried in the pillow and covered with a comfort. Upon examination of the babe Mrs. Behrend was horrified to find her child dead. The distracted mother at once informed her husband, who upon realizing the fact told the negro girl that she had killed the child. The girl laughed at the grief-stricken father, and excited the an- er ot a young man who at once assaulted er. The girl thereupon fled and managed to elude arrest. This morning an inquest will be held and a lull investigation had. ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. Last night Mrs. Mickey, who resides on Holing street, took poison for the purpose of killing berselt. ine cause ot the attempt at self-destruction is not known. At a late hour Mrs. Hickey was in a hopeless condition. So far no particulars have been learned. ATTEMPT AT MURDER. About ten o'clock Wednesday night a dif ficulty occurred between Henry King and Gabe Price, colored, at a dance in a house on Mosby street, near Jones avenue. The terp- sichorean entertainment was given by the colored base-ball club, and King be came indignant because his sweetheart was dancing with Price. Without any warning, King entered the dance-room, and with a pistol fired four shots into the festive crowd. One of the bullets struck Price under the left arm, producing a serious wound. King fled after firing the shots, and escaped. A physician examined and probed fnce s wound, but was unable to hnd the bail. Always Ahead. FINE STATIONERY in ELEGANT BOXES for HOLIDAY PRESENTS! The largest variety and the handsomest novelties always found at Dod's, 279)1 Main street. Iceland moss and flaxseed caramels, for coioa. a nne variety ot home-made and im. ported candies, at Floyd's, 'opposite Court square. ' , Harrah far Thaakearlving 1 fresh mlaee-piea aad pastry hy the thoaaaad, at Bpeaht at Walter's, 37 M adlaoa street. Nbtjraxgla. "Neunl" cures iL Sold bv O. W. Jones & Co., Memphis. Rational, Dr. J. A. Clopton. of Huntsville. Alabama. who has acquired a national reputation for tbe cure of piles, fistula, ulcers, eanetroum affection., diseases ot the eye, etc., is now at the Peabody hotel. Refers to hundreds of the rgofession a few of Memphis who have been bis patient, . Workingmkn's central committee will ; meet at Cochran hall this evening, at half- past seven o'clock, sharp. Hnsiness of im portance. J. W. ANDERSON, President, a RAWLINItS, Secretary. Db. W. E. Scott, president of the College of Physicians, Montreal, writes: "I have recommended Colden's Liebig's liquid extract of beef and tonic invigorator as the best preparation used for debility, indigestion, dys pepsia, fever, ague, and loss of appetite." W. N. Wilkeraon & Co., agents. Notice. I take pleasure in informing my patrons that I have associated myself with William Benjes, proprietor of the Anchor gin, and aereaftaV the firm will be known 3 S peers A" Benjes. I will have charge of the gins, and will endeavor in the future, as in the past, to please our customers. All cotton ginned for the seed. River insurance and drayage free. All cotton insured. N, w. speers, jr. SPEEBS A BENJES. Side-lack shoes for f 2, at Coffey & Co.'s. HarraH for Thanksgiving ! Fresh anl nee-plea and paatry by the thousand, at Ctpeeht at Walter's, 87 91 ad I ho a street. Opiwrow of Dr. Wm. H. Stokes, physician, Mount Hoce Retreat. Baltimore: "I have great pleasure in adding my testimony to the virtues of Colden's Liebig's liquid extract of beef and tonic invigorator as the very best preparation used, and therefore confidently recommend it to the medical pro fession. W. ri. Wilkerson & Co., agents. - Sweeping Iteduction. The entire stock of clothing and gents' fur nishing goods reduced to extraordinary low figures, at Lowenstein's popular clothing store, SS Mam street. Pinckney, Jackson & Co. ' Fine Spices. lOOO Cans Fresh Oysters, Just received at Fan-ell's. 185 Main street. ADDITIONAL ItlVElt KEtVS. SHRBTEPOBT. November 20. Blver rcs9 1 Inch. Weather clear and cold. CINCINNATI. November 20. Btver 31 feet 0 lrtches, and rising. Weather cold. VICKSBUBG. November 29. Weather clear. Thermometer 47 dee. River rose H Inches. Ud: Colorado, 3 p.m.; Baker and barges, 0 a.m. EVANSVILLE. November 20. Weather partly clear and cold. Mercury 23 to 2-7 deg. Blver 8 feet, and rising rapidly. Port list Down: Andy Bautn. 4 s-m. ST. LOOTS. November 20 Nlcht Arrived: Susie Silver, New Orleans. Departed: Capitol City. Vlcks- burg. River has fallen 4 Inches, weather Dartlr cloudy and very cold. LOUISVILLE. November 2 Nlcrht. Weather cloudy and cold. River rising, with 12 feet in the canal. Departed: James D. Parker. Memphis; Golden City. New Orleans; J. W. tiaff, Cincinnati. NEW ORLEANS. November 29. Arrived: Thos. Sherlock, Cincinnati: City of Augusta. White river: James Howard, Memphis. Departed: C B. Church, Cincinnati; Belle of Shrevepoit. St. Louis; J. W. Garrett and barges, Cairo. Weather clear and cold. CAIBO. November 20. Weather clear. Mereurv 22 deg. River 18 feet 1 inch, and rising. Arrived: Belle Memphis, Memphis, H p.m.; Golden Crown, Cincinnati, noon; Maude, Vlcksburg. 1 p.m.; gte. G-nevleve, St. Louis. 4 p.m. Departed: Belle Mem phis, St. Louis, 8 am; Port Eads, New Orleans, 4 p.m. AGEXCY. jnxmrnis Employment Agency. LONSDALE & CO., MANAGERS. NO. 9 WEST COURT STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN. AEK prepared to furnish all kinds of first-dans male and female help. Reasonable olnce-fees charged and applications properly registered, which will receive uromot attention. Parties In need of female help, as well as those desiring employment. can consult togeiner at our omce Detween tne nours of two and four o'clock (in the evening) dally. ESPECIAL ATTENTION paid to furnishing aa orders for cotton-pickers, farm hand and vxxxJ-chovpern. CLARKE. JOHNSON & CO. COTTOfJ AND COMMISSION 37Q Front street, T0S, 4fliyi!Mfydi! d CHILDREN'S WHEELED GOODS ! FANCY CHINA AND BOHEMIAN GLASSWARE ! J. H. JOHNSTON No. 283 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn. GO o tSTl offer to the trade the Largest and Best tn thl. .rlr.i Ttnvln OH I n , aell at a. e1n iflnrpa ... h. in th. J! . . . T tT ln9peCtl0a f -. J. H. Jtteton, 283 SLEDGE, HAY & CO., GROCERS and COTTON FACTORS Nos. 371 and 373 Main Street. C. G. F1SIIEK, GAGE & No. 300 Front Street, GlM.4i. Cotton G inning HAYDEN&CO. Cor. Poplar and fourth Sts. "VTTE have recently rebuilt and fitted ap this well V V known stand, formerly occupied by ti. V. Paine, witn the latest Improved Silnn and . Imoers. We rrspectfi'liy solicit the patronage of our Mends and tbe publ'.e generally. We ku tr ail tee tbe tatt of work for our customers, docks f umishtd to parties wishing to ship lo our gins. All cotton covered by lusunia while Tn our nussawion. HAYDK.M A CO. JEWELBY. i -awry And l-'ine Jewelry of all kinds and best quality. Our facilities for manufacturing enables our cus tomers to have their old gold made Into Blngs and Chains to suit their taste. A large assortment of CsnrM and Amrlhyst. Diamonds re mounted and Odd Jewelry Matched. Also, Repairing ot Watches and Jewelry by first class workmen. 310 Second Street, near Monroe. URAWIXG. ITXPKKfKIIKVTmi ATT K ACTION! Over Hair a million lMstrlbated. LOITI8IAXA STATE LOTTERY CO. This Institution was regularly tneorponted by the Legislature oi ine state iur educational and cnanta bltS purposes in lsrtti. with a capital of SI, 000.000, to which it has since added a reserve fund of 350,000. ItM Urand etlnale Kaanber Ilrswisgs will take place monthly. It nenerncale or postpone. Look at tne lollowlng distribution: (iraad Promenade Concert, during which will take place the Extraordinary Semi-Annual Drawing, At New Orluzru, Tuesday, December 1KA, Under the personal supervision and management of ien. ii. T. Beaarearard. of lionlatana. and Ura. Jabal A. Karly, o Virginia CAPITA I. PRIZE, lOO.OOO, OT Notice Tickets are Ten Dollars only.. Halves, 85. Quarters, 82 6a Eighths, 81 25. LIST OF PRIZES: Capital Prize of.... 8100,000. .8100,000 1 Grand Prize of. . 50,000. 20,000. . 60,000 . 20,000 . 20.000 1 Grand Prize of. 2 Large Prizes of 4 Large Prizes of 20 Prizes of 50 Prizes of 100 Prizes of 200 Prizes of . rtOO Prizes of 10000 Prizes of 10,000... 5,000... 1,000... 500... . 20,000 . 20,000 . 25,000 - 80.000 800. 200. 40,000 ioo eo.ooo 10 lOO.OOO APPROXTMAS-IOK PRIZKS: 100 Approximation Prizes of $200. . 100 Approximation Prizes of 100.. 100 Approximation Prizes of 75.. 20,000 10.000 7.600 11270 Prizes, arcoiint!ng to 8522,600 tlKN. It. 1. D&ALHEUA1UI, d LJL., Gkn. JUBAL A. EARLY, of Vs.. Commissioners. write ror circulars or send orders to It. A. Uti nhln. P. O. Kox 6!. It'ew Orleans. La, ur iu u. o west tiiua street, Jiiempnis, xenn. SIOXTHLY DKAWIW, Tuesday . J.-inuarv 8. 1878. Capital Prize. SMO.iiOO. Tickets. ? each. Halves, 81 FACTORS MERCHANTS, Memphis, Tenn. Stock of the ah . . K. - B00 t bfOUgh w - ""--nfactarers, I am prepared to -oi, or southwest. aI Price- Solicited. Main St., Memphis. W. A. GAGE. HER, : : Memnhis, Tenn. Aim TOYS mwm$3 III PIS ARID 6L01M 81 r Owing to a change of business, eertala ta serar on or about January next, we are compelled to J"11 a-ntlre Htoek or Ory .oda Kra-ardleas rMt or Valae. To accomplish tb send.webaveMARKKD DOWN, IN PLAIN r'liiUBKii, everything In our house to such extremely low prices, as to Insure a speedy sale. We Shall Commence ionday, 6th laaUand continue to sell until Oar Eatlre Mteelt Is disposed of, at the FOLLOWIXtt i:TRAORDIVARY BABKAISH: Dress Goods and Silks. One lot Plaid Dress Poplins at 71$ cents per yard. One lot Fancy Entckerbocker at 10 cents per yard. One lot 811k and Wool at 40c: former price rtOc vuc iw v- Aii-wooi ana silk bulling at SI iu; worthsi fin. One lot Solid Gros Grain Dress Silks at 75c; sold everywnere at si per yard. One lot Black Gros Grain 811k at 00c; worth SI 25 per vara. All other Dress Fabrics at a reduction of at least 25 per cent, trom former prices. In Flannels, we offer: Goof heavy Dome Flannels at 12lfec Good All-wool Flannels at 1 Rc Finest grade 4 4 All-Wool Flannels at 55c; usual price, 75c Extra heavy and wide Canton Flannel at 12tic; never before sold for less than 20c per yard. Blankets, Comforts and Coverlets Prices and Quality Cannot be Equaled. Heavy 10-4 White Blankets at S2 25 a pair. Heavy Silver-Gray Blankets at 81 10 a pair. Comforts at 80c $1 and 82 each. Extra large Detain Comforts, Si 75; worth S4 each. Extra heavy All-Wool Coverlets at 82 60 each. Comforts Irom 60c up. Cassimeres and Jeans AT ONE-THIRD LESS THAN USUAL PBICES. Good heavy Jeans at 12lfcc per yard. A 11-Wool filling Jeans at 30c per yard. Cassimeres at 50c and HOC worth SI ner varrl. House-Furnishing Goods. We Invite Mrtlmil.r Innu.ln. Brown Table Linens at 35c; worth 4.5c Half-bleached Linens at 45c; worth Hoc. very nne Bleached Linen, nt tk.- mHhti 10. i . y ncu uueuBM IDC svorvn JM. napkins pure Linen at 76c; wortb P5c per dozen. Extra-large Dinner Napkins at 81 60; worth S3 ner dozen. Towels at 75c, 81 and 81 25; worth 81, 81 25 and Va, at fcfa UU0U Irish Linens At 25 cents per yard, never sold for less man 35c Finer rradea nmmitinnatAi, - - Extra large size Piano Covers at &i 76; worth 80 WUI. Gents' Furnishing Goods Can be bought at our store for less than cost of ma- lenai. A very good Uulaimdried Knirt nt ?. The very best made Shirt, everyone warranted, at ei nKiij ixuua as soia eisewnere at 81 60. Wm All Of tils .bOVv ffnodei ara I n aaa.tLr ment out. and brine It with v7 In mTi would call the particular atteEtionof buye" to Dry jioodii or the eieaaoa. Wm. Frank & Oo "THE GREAT Xo. 249 Jflain Street. KREMER, HERZOG & CO. KREMER. HERZOG & CO. r .tia U4ia o rire r rants. FERGUSON & SONS, Foundry & Machine Works, lUSCFACTCREBs OF Steam Engines, Saw-Mills, CASTINGS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 431 West Main St.. LOUISVILLE, KY. Orate Bars. J adaon fciovernor. Brass Cloods OF SVKRT Beserlptloa. Babbit Metal Steam tsaaares. Dayton Cam and Atian IS team Pwmpw. Z. Jf. ESTES. ESTES, FIZER & CO. Wholesale Grocers lljaml 13 Union Offer now the Balance r Stork on Hand at Delow New York. Cost, TaW k! Op Tlsei CLOAKS, lO percent. le Dress Goods, 85 per cent, BLANKETS, JEANS, CLOTHS J 3HE S3 2E 3ES Z lO per cent, below coat. Kid Gloves, Slightly Damaged ! At half their value. Erery article in the honse bolovr ot, TO WIND UP THE BUS'JESS ! HERZOO & BRO., En Prints and Domestic Goods. Prices being already extremely cheap, we make but a small reduction: One lot Wash Prints, silchtly Imperfect, at 4c a yard. One lot Cue quality 4-4 bleached Cotton at 7lc a yd. One lot very flue Bleached Cotton (.superior to Lous dale i at Uco yard. Also, a lot na -width Bleached and Brown Cotian at 6 cents at yard. Tbe Styles and Prices of our Carpets and Oilcloths Will astonish purchasers. Good Hemp Carpeting at I He per yard. Good Ingrain Carittng ut H5c per yard. Goisl To-p'y Carpeting at a yard. Good Tbiee ply Oirpcliiig at hoc per yard. Very best make Three-piy Carpellng.Sl 10 per yard. Be-st quality Tapestry Brussels at only fOc per yard. Best quality Oilcloths at 40c per yard. In Boots and Shoes We can safely guarantee a saving of from 50c to 51 a pair. Best quality Ladles Custom-made KM and Goat Shoes at $2 a imlr, equal to any &i Shoe In tbe Children's Custom-made Lace and Button Shoes, from Oe a pair up. Extra quullty Side Lace Pebble Goat Ladles' Shoes at jjl 50 a pair. We Shall Also Offer One lot Ladles' Felt Skirts and Sacquee at far below tbe usual prices. Also, a larze lot of Bnl moral Skirts at 40c each. Willow-Baskets at half-price, Good sire Baskets at 40c, 60c and 75c; worth nearly double Fancy Goods and Notions Will be sold at unusually low prices. One lot Ladles' Silk Handkerchiefs at 10c 25c and 5(ceaeb: worth double tbe prtce.s. Gents' British Half-hose at $2 per dozen. The very best British Half-pose at S:i 25 per dozen. Ladles' Silk Tlee. latest shades. at In and 25c piece. Ladles' best Whalebone Corsets at 50c encta. Real Guipure Lace st 25 and fJie a yard: worth 81. Heavy Black Silk Fringe at 50c; sold everywhere at 75c a rard. The best Needles. Pins, KntUInit-CoUon and Alnaca Braids at 5 cents eacb. A good quality 200-yard Spool Cotton at 25c perdoz. Tillers, laree size, at 5rte and 15e ech Cbialren's Wool Hose at Rc per pslr. nest quality xaoie ouciotn at aoc per yard. We shall also Close Out Large lots ot Ladles'. 5ltses. Boys' and Children's Hats, from 1 5c anlece ud. Also 100 Shetland and Zephyr Kn't Shawls, from nil K .11 nJM.tis m . ... . . Til. .J '''A"??- 'TJ l"ls aavemse- tli the mosT Kxtrkori'i-a ?n'- RED STORE," : - llVniTtii.a TAnn - " - m .k-tsJ -anV VltlAt BARGAINS! BARBAINS Cloth Fell .Hats, .all shapes, 25c English Straw Hats, all shapes, 40c Boys' Chinchllja Caps, fiOc Fur-finished Felts, all shapes, drabl brown and b ack. 7nc. Cloth Felt Hats, 25c. Boys' Cloth Helmets, si. Misses' CloUi Helmets, 81. Boys' Jockey Caps. 1. Velvet and Satin BjitsTall new shapes, 5tte. 7nc 81. Finest Quality Imported Felt Hats, latest and most desirable shapes, white, peari. cream, navy and black, SI 25. feVFl.B5Pn"Brira Hats' s1- Lon Feathers, all dark shades, 75c Real S811? TLpSL?3e7 shade. 50c Iraitat'n Ostrich Tips, every shade, 25c Real black Ostrich Tips. 25c Elegant Bouquets, tine flowers. 50c, 75cT Veij nice Flowers at 25c, iJ5c, 40c Trimmed Felt and VeIvetHat 51, 81 50. 82. Stylishly Trimmed Hats, g:l. Jfl 50, 84. Kleeanlts Trimmed Hats, 85. 86, Si. Handsome Hats.0, Sia "auuj Extraordinary! 200 Bl'k Cloaks Just orned, at S4. 85, SH, 87. S-extraordlnary ehe-D i oo vw cloaks DRESS GOODS AT BARGAINS! Pttems-.Gr,lfi S5 lr Overdress before Blaclfsill?' e5' S2 J 50- 10' etc-so much cheaper than W)c die Bhk J- f 1 51 w- Colored Silks. HOC 75c. unde? Valu? LSiVH'' l 50' a- Co1" Silk Velvet 83 per cent. lulS&JJSS!tS Kid G.oves.rT5c 81. Wnrsfeui i- oa. u,n ircuiuine MU3 just received. 10O0 I ifr'U" 2i. 35c. SOcand befi j- .iiaajo , VCrjT IUW priOSS. S,KvJJB,R.-.aI!?r-a .five week'' st?. has Just returned ?ram New llTatXl?8ndeal72r 5 f the w..t. Which were ever shown In this city. vVrouarat 11 ! Sittings. Paehlac. Bolts. Brass Castings Cash Paid for Kerap Rrasw aad Wersp Iron. JXO. C. FIZEK. and Cotton Fantnrs ma ojrat ' Wa Bt j street, Memphis, lO Per Cent. tnan Dress Goods! below cost. p mm 259 MAIN ST. -"SStV