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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1880.
TO-DAY! 1S80 NEW STOCK! MENKEN BROTHERS OliRT.FhH&CO PERSONAL. Mrs. P. H. Haylby and fanltly returned TeBterday. GRAND OPENING! 1,000 case Sardines, 1,000 cases canned Mackerel, 500 cases canned Salmon, 3,000 cases canned Peaches, 4,000 eases canned Tomatoes, 1,000 cases canned Corn, 3,000 cases Jellies, 20,000 cs. assorted Fruits and Vegetables 100,000 i". iim.1v Fancy Candy, 500 cases Matches, 1,000 packages Lard, 2,000 packages Salt Mackerel, 1,000 bags fine tireen Coffee, 500 barrels Yellow Sugar, 500 cases Brandy Peaches, 500 cases Brandy Cherries, 500 cases Garrett's Snuff, 500 z Brooms, Backets, Washboards, ete To-Day! To-Day! j 11 n fJ MENKEN BROTHERS' GRAND OPENING. OLIVER,FINNIE&Co WHOLESALE GROCERS, MEMPHIS TENNESSEE, AUCTION SALES. Administrator's Sale, at Auction. Estate of C. O. GALLAGHER, deceased. Personal property of the above will be sold nandwWraiait. Hept. SO, at lOo'cl I WateheTtfothing, etc. AJlr IxjaA elation stock. A. M. STODDARD, Auct r. James- TPnblleAdml nUtrator. aTmTstoddard, Auctioneer. K. 228 Main Street. salchiilyjifrlaaaeafjoodj AMISEMENTS. f El'BRIES TIIKATKB. JOSEPH BROOKS. . . . Proprietor and Manager Thursday and Friday. Sept. 30th-Oet. 1st Matinee Katurdny. Oct. 2d. NICK ROB K KTS'S HUMPTX DTJMPTY sr Great Doable Mprrlalty Company. s clowxs 3 aowM . . 'a ctowxx GRIM A I.I fI ! DROMIO ! PEDRO ! Seats at Kirkland's Hat Store. Monday, October 1th, Barlow. Wilson. Prfmnwe A West's Minstrel-- ANNOUNCEMENTS. n . D. I,. Stewart Car the i.iilatiirr. EDiToas ArrKAi. Please announce that I will tie a candidate tfore the Convention, on Thursday uuit, for nomination for a seat in the lower hmie f therencral assembly. I adopt this method of niatinit thU fact known to the delegates fleeted, because I shall not be able to see them all before the Convention assembles.- Having served my tsirty with all my energy for more than a quarter of a century, I trust my orthodoxy will not be .motioned, and if honored with a nomination and an election. I shall labor to prove myself ..niiv nl th confidence reuot-isl ui me, and to serve m V ronstitiK ntrt honestly, faithfully and sat LOST. G OLD BRACKLKT Its delivery at KirkUnd's lint Store will in rawuoio. TAKEN CP. M CLE Bay mule, taken up about two weeks ago. Owner can gel ner at ine rope piaci i, ii . r. i, -ii yj ii. near Xonconnah creek tnv i lfiietorilV. September . lwu. LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. POUND. M. D. L. STEV 1RT. JET PALACE. REMOVAL OF THE JET PALACE THE JET PALACE Has been t aaTd to 8T7 MAIN SXEET, next tloor to riayd'a CoalecUaaery and Restaurant. We will rontiaae to offer tisods on stand at an InnMOSt Haerluoe from now until i lie flail tesMB opens. I. ROESCHER, Agent, TSo. 277 Main Street, Memphis FKAMES-PICTl'BES. MlillPlilVPlTTUR E FACTORY. H. HE?rOHSllERG 281 Main Street. Oil Paintings, EngraTlngs, Cnromos, Mlrrars, Frames, Braekets, Stationery-, ete. New and Splendid Assortment, AT LOW PRICES. M ON BY A pockctbook. 1 UIOI with small sum Owner can Ret it at this office. of TO EXCHANGE. F1SE RESIDENCE In the town of ijicranRc on Memphis and Charleston Railroad: nil business point and Rood male school, for a farm i Arkansas, Mississippi or Tennessee. None but in proved places wanted. Apply to J. J. SXVlKT. I-aemnpc. Tcnn. STRAYED OR STOLEN. Ml'LES From the residence of v M. Sim mons, near Olive Branch. MNs., on Septem ber 14th: one a bright bay horse mule, fonrteen hands high, branded on left jaw with letter A. The other a dark brown mare mule, same hijrht : had bell fastened on neck with bridle rein when last seen. Finder will return them to i. W. ROW LETT CO., 55 Front St., or to W. F. Simmons, Olive Branch, Miss., and be rewarded. GRAY MARE A small (fray mare; has the letter B on one of her tuoulders. First missed her on the night of September 2d. Will pay a liberal reward on her delivery at the stables ot E. Keck & Bro., 403 Second street. STRAYED. " "CLE One large black horse mule, 7 yearn old, .AJL lC)ihaii(is hiith.littht Itodicd and hu:h headed. Any information will be thnnkfnlly received and a liix ral reward paid for his delivery to me. ."9 Mourn.- street. Meiopbls. Tcnn. J. S. l'AKE. "tOW Brown ami white siots, slit In both ears. rlalle or teat untier neck. Any ner to 99 Mudiaon street will be V J with Ions; eristic or teat under neck. Any IK-rsc siiita M iK-rson bnni'inir suitably rewarded. V ttF, mane siurhtlv worn from collar work, tnt'i neck slightly sore. Straved from two miles east of Whitehaven', on M. T. R. R. last Friday. Finder will deliver at above address and be lilamilly re warded. B. T. cnoATA -Heavy bay mare, dark mane and tail : e siigm FOR SALE. DENTISTRY. JT.W. AELSOX, Dentist 365 Main Street. BEST HUT OF TEETH, - - TEN DOLLARS Gold Fillings, Two Dollars Silver and Tin Filling, - - One Dollar Gaa and Extracting, each, - - Fifty CenU Suti. faction Ui PERSONAL. R. J. D. WHITE, 243 Main street. i ores nics. ristuia, cic. D WIGC.S'S BI C KEYE SA LVE New supply ;only genuine article, and certain cure for piles. ROOMS AND BOARD. F OOM-liesirable rooms, furnished or unfur nished, with larn. 202 Tlilrcl. near Aetams. I RNISHKD ROOMS FOR RENT And table lnwr-lers silled at 1M SE( (iMl ST. KOOMS Nice iuruished rooms, chip, at Mo. 85 Main street. ROOMS Furnished or unfurnished, wilh board, at reasonable rates, at 54 and A6 Monroe street. "hjiCE ROOMS Furnished or unfurulshed, sin . fie or in suite : apartments for light house keeping, at 101 Jefferson street. ROOMS AND 'BOARD at No. sal Poplar street. FOR RENT. FRAME COTTAGE With a rooms, cor. Dunlap and t'nton sts. Apply at 243 I'nion street. ,U RMSI1EU ROOMS- Single or in suite, at lOfi IXll'llT STREET. MARE One of the lieat family animals in the t itv. Not afraid of anything: is gentle and s.i dy: any lady can drive here. T. B. Treaeviuit. 1 "NG INE One aecon.l-han.t stationarv engine-, rVi without lioiler; rvliuder - 14x36 inches; all complete except tiy-whvcl . in good running order. 'an tie had at a bargain. Apply at I 111CKASAW IKON WORKS. 3S Second st. tOTTAGE No. 219 Scale street, opposite resi dence of J. F. Frank, hii., cottageon lot mx I'tirchnsers can oav tmrt eash and assume miiru.-ai.'e to Building Association at S'20 per month. Apply to MINTKI! PARKER. 2W Main St. PIANO One good piano, with stool and cover, for 0, at 233 Vance street. I.IVE SHARES W. B T Fifth Se'ries. Address and L. Association J. S., 124 Beale street. PIANOS A few 7-octave seconi-hand Pianos, cheap for cash, at WITZMANN.& ( O. S ro, a Second jtrw t. C10TTAGE The new cottage owned by W. D. J Groves, No. 2G St. Paul street, rive rooms, large yard, good cistern, a very pretty place. Terms part cash and uionthlv pavmeuts. Inquire of chas. s Cook, at J. F. FRANK CO.. Front street, rpo SELL A well established GROCERY Bl'SI J. NESS, sUK-k. fixtures, et.-. t'.. this office. CATTLE COWS To sell 12 or 1" head of beef cattle and milch cows; can be seen at my farm, three miles cast of Horn Lake Depot. MisssU sippi. P. M. MILLER. Q ptf SACKS' WHEAT BRAN Slightly dain OfJJ aged, cheap, by Steamer Beaver. Inquire ot D. C. M'DOIJGAJ. A(X). BRICK By river or rau. Quantity and quality raaranteed. inve orders at John A. Denie s, Mam PIPER. iVJ Fnint street, or W, street. J. Chase & Co. O. II. P. K LOURING ANUCORN-MILL CHEAP In firet class order, if ir.inlieation is niadeiminediati lv ; etiKine V'-ineh evltfidi-r and lil-im-h stroke. Ah 1 lOOMS Furnished, at UK Court street. 1 V MRS. c. P. FREEMAN. CtoTT AGE The pleasant one story cottage ot ' J or 6 rooms, northeast corner Lauderdale and Broadwav; high and dry location, and tmt a short distance from street ears; good elatem, ete. Also, the two-story Brick, northwest comer of Auction and Seventh streets. Chelsea. Rent low to good tenants. a RICHMOND, to Madison at. AW ELL Fl'RNlSllEripiOOM Suitable for man and wife or two single gentlemen. Apply at southeast corner Market and Second streets BOARniNGllO('SENo. So Madison street, near ly opposite Masonic Temple, Apply at No. IS Madison street, up- lairs. IiTRNISHED R0OM8 " at 107 JefTerson street. OFFICE At IS Madison street, lately occupied by C. B. Bryan A Co. Safe and fixtures for ale. Apply at Ledger office, or C. B. BP Stetim Fire Engine, of I,atta's make. Cincinnati Inquire at carpclllorstiop, 32', Second street. REM. EsTA l'K llAR.i IN FORSALE turner tenement, Biekfonl Block (Residence Third and Washington. FOR SALE Lovely-Cottage on Hill street, near Alstmma. formerl Taft's. FOR SAJ-E Excellent cottage. 265 Pontotoc street, near Lauderdale, opposite Judge Walker's, at ttsot). FOR S ALEIohn T. Flynn'i nice Home, on John son avenue, North Memphis. Sound titles Call on VV. A HEATI.EY, 2S1 Main. WANTS. T3LANTATION In Tunica county, Miss., known 1 at the Avcnt Place. PomeHan RYAN & X).. 20 Madison St. given the first of January next. Apply to V. S. DAN' Y. Holly Spring. Miss. COl'TON ROOMS AND OFFICES JVsirablecot-ton-rooms and offices, with gas and water conveniences. Apply to STEWART, 0 WYNNE A CO., 18 and SJg Front street 0OMS Furnished rooms, at reasonable rati-s, at ifjti Main street. 1 fit -I e lie IeIIH S I "2 - w I5: 8 Bl C O S & S XT'MPLOYMENT An Englishman wants some JU light employment. Address BEXniGO. Appeal. COLORED MAN' d wife, without family; man to take care of horses and attend about the house: woman to cook, wash and iron; highest wngeapaicL Apply at IT'.i Carroll avenue. PZfrf GENTLEMEN smoke SOL 0OLS JUUVJ MAN" No. 10s. The best five-cent Cigar in the world. Askforthem. Send for whole sale price-list. QITl'ATION As salesman !v a young man of O Charlotte, N. C. ; grocery or hardware preferred, satisfactory references given. CLERK, Appeal. w HITE Xl'RSE GlRL- 247 ply nt ru.tK m itf.r.i. Liberal wages paid 430 VANCE STREET. - - - S (10OK Good experienced J Apply at . CUTTER A No. 1 coat and pants cutter at W AN A MAKER BROWN'S. 27G Second. TF you need a Carriage to wait on yon promptly, J and no ms U'coi.ntmknt. leave your order at the PARK STABLES, south side court Square, and Joe M'Cullers will attend to your oniers. " -V "MEN Dav or station ork on Ihe 1 jU Choctaw Bend Levee, near Mound Landing. Bolivar county. Mississippi. Good wages; station work 12 to 1 cents per cuinc yarn. Apply on work. V. F. I.A.MH. Contractor, Or to IFnint street, Memphis. . i i MEN- l.i ch.rp woml, split rails and dear OU land. Apply at 336 M.UN STREET, I'u-stairs. Memphis. COOK .VndThamrjermild. liberal wages. In quire at : POPLAR ST. TjoV-Tu do general work in store, at A. K. J3 Sloan's, No. 2H Main street, up stairs. RgSS-MAKlNv- Mr-. A. Fleming desires to inform her cusuuiiers ami friends, that she has n-inoved from 1W Hernando to 1711 I'nion stn'i t. where she is fusty pre wired tojweive orders, wliieli w ill 1h- carried out in the latest styles. A 6 Wand lock mitii- f At 22 Madison street. ' PPRENT1CES . H. WETTER ,v- CO .1 l HEP Day or station work on the Cam jUU mack Levee, near Hall's Landing, lasa quaiia couuty. Miss. Good wasi-s: station woik 1J t.i limits per cubic yanl. Apply on work. GEO ARNOLD, Contractor. or to ITS Front street, Memphis. ,CRS. C. LlSENBl KY.:ts7 Main street, Memphis. Al Dressmaking and Millinery, In latest styles, and with gixid faitbiul work. GOOD CARPENTERS At :ev ec-ond street. JOHN KE1D. GIN VOI R COTTON AT THE MEMPHIS GINS. No. Sofi Main street, opposite Miasiasippl and Tennessee Railroad liepol DYEING. FANCY DYEISO. lss liooa.. Muiwls, t-ok. anJ iWiisi djsd -a sblf colon; trita I'J'. DRY CLErNING. fTMTT- iu ll fabrics clnd wnlio.rt ripr"1,' w toe tb uinimini!. Tb. moot rlskorsU party ,.Jrl, ;d dro. io lkJ elegsiiH j cUsoad. alLLTEABUiWWilault,aildMUI, O, Nick Roberts's Humpty Dumpty troupe at the Theater to-night. The Memphis Light Guards were out on a short drill last evening. The' St. Louis sample-room drummer packet Rebstock was at the landing yester day. The Exposition building Democratic convention will convene at 11 o'clock this forenoon. County Democratic convention at the Exposition building to-day, to nominate a legislative ticket. The obelisks erected at the junction of Main and Madison during the jubilee, were taken, down yesterday. A party was given last night by the drummer boys of the St. Louis sample tioat Rebstock, now in port, -Stnte senators and representatives in em bryo are soliciting votes from delegates to the convention of to-day. The Clem Harris-Bill Pettit shooting atfray in the twelfth district will be investi gated by Esquire Quigley on next Monday. Tickets for reserved seats for the Humpty- Immoty engagement at the 1 heater, can be had nt Kirkland's, under the Peabody hotel. Captain P. Hackett, of the police force, has lteen presented with a golden badge in dicative oi his office by the members of the force. At the chancery court Ben Davis, col ored, has filed a bill for divorce against Vio let Davis, on the ground of abandonment anal refusal to live with him again. The first attraction of the regular the atrical season, belonging to the Brooks-Dickson circuit, to be presented at the Theater is the sensational drama entitled .1 CM4 i fAe Stair. "Will the legislative ticket to be nomin ated at the' Exposition building be composed of State credit men or railroad bond rcpudi ationisUi? was the question on the streets yes terday. Many sportsmen, who are awaiting the opening of the bird-hunting season, the first of October, are keeping their hands in by i ii r ,t. i i siiooung uuu oats in tue suourus oi uie ciiy at dusk every evening. Yesterday forenoon Peter Connolly, a negro driver of a city slop-cart, fell over board from the dumpboat, near the foot of Beale street, and was drowned. The body was not recovered up to last night. Marriage licenses issued on yesterday: B'Wies John Ford and Sophia Mullens. Colmrd Thomas H. Burton and Virginia Arnold, Green Thompson and Mary Jones, Kobert Simmons ami Jtiiza Davis. To-morrow, at noon, the police patrol forces will change time for two months. Cap tain ' Haver and Sergeant Kuhnholtz will command the day watch, and Captain Hack ett and Sergeant rscott the night watch. Wolf river water is very muddy at pres ent. It yon drink it before altering, you may expect to start a sand or mud-bar in your stomach, and on which, in the course of time, a growth of Cottonwood trees may crop out. The police have been instructed to keep a sli lrp lookout for the drummer boys who slip into town and sell goods without taking license. The men who swindle the city out of legal license spend the money in another way. but their employers pay the license all the same. The Hebrew population of Helena, Ar kansas. will dedicate their svnaL-oL'iie to-mor row (Friday) evening. Rabbi Samfield and the choir of the Jewish temple of this city havi; been invited to omciate. and have ac cepted. They leave here by steamer this afternoon. T. T. Goldaby and eight others filed an application in the register s office lor the in corporation of Lucy academy, at Lucy, on the raducan railroad. Laicv wants to edu cate the children, no doubt; but is certainly verv anxious to get rid of saloon-keepers and drunken men. Last Monday a colored man was burned to death in lus cabin on the rtill tarni, seven miles southeast of the city, and under the following circumstances: The man, Jack Clemens, had been subject to epileptic fits When discovered he was found dead in the cabin with his head in the fire, having fallen into it while in a ht. At the criminal court the case of the State ta. Charley AVoods, colored, indictment for the murder oi -Mrs. roster, is on trial Woods has twice been convicted of this mar der, and was twice sentenced to be hanged but each time on appeal the supreme court reversed the decision oi the court below, and did so on the facts, not the law of the case. lesterdav afternoon is. I epper, a steam botdman, was brought before Esquire Ouig lev on a warrant charging him with appro priating a necklace belonging to a soiled dove, a resident of a bagnio on Causey street. near JJeale. Ihe evidence introduced showed that he carried off the article and pawned it with a pawnbroker for a few dol lars. require iuignv commiuea nun jail in default of SI 000 bond. That prince of popular novelists, B. L Fai jeon, author of Blade-o'-Oratu, Siyn of the iicr r Union, Jtwiim Maim, etc.. is now writins for the Philadelphia Weeklu fVcss new story, entitled 119 Great Porter Square. which will be a vivid portraiture of London life. The opening chapters will be published in the number ot September dOth. M Farjeon is a son-in-law of Joseph Jefferson whom we know so well as Jain an VI inkle. There are two brokerage associations es tarnished in this city one tne lennessee brokerage association, which has opened an office at No. 8 Madison street; the other, the Memphis brokerage association or produce exchange, winch has itsomce at o. .! .Mad ison, Planters insurance building. These as sociations are prepared to do business in the purchase or sale of futures on cotton, grain and provisions, and can furnish all necessary information as to the latest quotations in the markets. The championship contest of the League baseball clubs will end to-dav, aud the posi Hons will, no doubt, be as lollows; t ine first; Providence, second; Cleveland, thin Troys, fourth; Buffalos, seventh; Cincinnatis, eighth. 1 lie htth and six places are closel contested bv the Bostons and Worcesters. I to last Saturday the record was as follows Chicago, games won, 64; lost; 10. Prov deuce, won 50; lost, 30; Clevelands, won, 4- lost, 35. Troys, won, 41 ; lost, 38. Hostons, won, 3S ; lost, 43. Worcesters, won, 37 ; lost 43. Iltinalos, won, 24 ; lost, M, Cincinnati won, 19; lost, 58. The Cincinnati J-'nawrer of last Friday contains the following curious item ot news "Only a few short days ago an advertisement appeared m the r.nqinrer lrom a man Memphis, Tennessee, who was desirous of o tan nig the acquaintance ot a lady with view to matrimony, tne advertisement was answered by Miss IxHiisa Scharnenberger, o Newport. In due time she received an an swer from Mr. Simpson Essex, of Memphis. stating that he was the man, and his object was matrimony, and he meant nothing dis honorable. They corresponded for two or tlm-e weeks, when a meeting waa arranged take place at the bride's residence in New port. The groom arrived last Monday, and after a short consultation, the preliminaries WON arranged for the wedding. The cere mony was performed in Newport Tuesday evauiug, and the couple left last night for Memphis, their future home." The name of ."simpson Essex does not appear iu the Mem phis directory. Where He Clot It. A stranger was observed walking np Main Btreet yesterday, and what made nim es neciallv attractive was the elegant and styl ish hat which he wore. Where did he get it? was the eager inquiry. Overhearing the question the stranger stopped and politely said: "Sir, I purchased the hat of Leidy A Co., on Main street, opposite Court square." Hut t crick's October Fashion Sheets, Catalogues, Delineators, &c., at J. B. ALDRICH fc CO. Menken Brothers grand opening to-day. Floyd's Restaurant. Oysters a specialty this season. Open un til after the Theater closes. Dining parties gotten up in good style. You will always find the best of everything at Floyd's. Could Not Oet Up Stairs. Mrs. R. C. Robins makes a statement that for years she has been a great sufferer from kidney affection, and that for several months the pains in her back were so severe she could not get up stairs. She has now worn a Day's Kidney Pad for four weeks, is free from pain, and believes herself entirely cured. I Called to Direct from the manufacturer, which will be sold verv cheap this month, to make room for our large stocK oi iancy iurnisning gooas, iu arrive on the twenty-first. Seed Wheat and Rye, I. line. Cement, Building and l ire-Brick. K. C BUCHANAN CO. Menken Brothers grand opening to-day. SPECIAL. ATTENTION Kirkland's Shirts, Vnlanndrled Menken Brothers grand opening to-day. School, On Monday. October 4th, 1 will open a school for bovs and girls at the State Female College. I have made provision for all grades of pupils. JOHN 8. COtaJHB. Menken Brothers grand opening to-day. Floyd's Candles, Pure and finelv flavored, made fresh every dav. and are the best made anywhere. Send for a box. Menken Brothers grand opening to-day. Fifth! Fih! Fifth! Janiea ftearlea, wnoleaale and retail dealer-In lake and river flak. Fishery laot of Beale street. Menken Brothers grand opening to-day. The Pleasures of Hope. When the hndv is 1, w.-d with Dain and in tense longing for relief brings hope. This may brighten the suffering but it does not cure. At a time like this how welcome is such a friend as Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver cure, bringing hope, health and happi ness and the joys ot a renewea me. Menken Brothers grand opening to-day. But terick's October Patterns, With a great variety of new Btyles received at J. B. ALDRICH fc CO. Menken Brothers grand opening to-day. Hub Pnnek at fryitol ealaee. Menken Brothers grand opening to-day. Ten mules and drays for sale at Southern Oil works. Pittsburg, cannel and anthracite coals. BROWN & JONES, 282 Main street, Bethel block. Domestic Fashions. October Fashions just received. Call t send address for catalogue. u. w . i is li r. it, ji;i secono street. Menken Brothers grand opening to-day! French Steam Dye-Works. Ladies' and irentlemen's eroods dyed and cleaned at Louis Reigel's, 58i Jefferson street Menken Brothers grand opening to-day. For dray mnlea, aaddle and ham horse- call on ST. O. Rhodes, at J. A. rest A- Co.'a stables. Menken Brothers grand opening to-day. Sea inn-Macki nes. Domestic and Improved Singer Sewiug- Machines for sale on easy weekly or monthly payments. Kj. w. risuui, awaecvDu airceu Menken Brothers grand opening to-day. Orders for Pittsburg, cannel and Ken- lucky coals, by the cask or car-load, filled by Brown oc Jones, Z5Z .Main street, uetnei block. Menken Brothers grand opening to-day. Brown A Jones, PittKburs:, Shot ell and Cannel Coal, 22 Main atreet. Menken Brothers grand opening to-day. Or old or young, or grave or gay, Those who now let their teeth decay, With breath we can't endure; The thought their after life will haunt, That they neglected SOZODONT, TJiatjmiJhjiveJo5til)inje COXVKXTIOX. to DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. A T A MEETING OF THE SHELBY COUNTY Pcmocrnlic Executive Committee, held this the 11th dav of ni lamitmi isso. it was Rksoi.vv.ii. That a Convention of the Democratic party be held, at the EXPOSITION BUILDING, in Memphis, on Thursday, September 30th, at 1 1 A.M., for the purrose of nominating Two Candidates for Senator, and Six Candidates for Representatives in the next Lceislature of Tennessee. Wards and District meetinfrs, for the purpose of seleetiufr Del egates to said convention, will be held on SATUR DAY. the ' the hour of 4 p.m. The tation lurreed upon. WARDS. First 13 Sixth ' Second 10 Seventh 8 AY, September 25th, at the usual voting places le Wards at O'clock p.m.. and the Districts at nc tiMiuaina is tne represen- Third. Fourth Fifth First Second .... Third Fourth Fifth Sixth Seventh Eighth Ninth U ....11 ....10 DISTRHTS Eighth Ninth... Tenth... 5 5 Tenth Eleventh Twelfth Thirteenth... Fourteenth. . . Fifteenth Sixteenth seventeenth. Eighteenth... ..18 . 6 . 7 ..4 ..2 ..5 ..4 .8 ..2 ..2 The committee respectfully recommend to the convention uic adoption oi tne ionowiug resolution: "That no settlement of the State debt be made until the ouestion is first submitted to and ratified by the people at a special election held for that purpose; That all candidates be required to pledge themselves to support no measure looking to the settlement of the State debt which does not provide a submission of the proposition to the people, but to use all honorable means to defeat anv such measure: and that no couoon. or bond. be made receivable for taxes or other dnes to the State." It will also be the duty of said convention to ap point an Executive Committee in place of the orcein one. whose term of service will cxnire. The Democracy of Tipton and Fayette counties are rcspectlullv requcstm 10 semi ueiegates at ine time named, so that a Floterial Convention may be held, for the purpose of selecting a Floterial Senator and Representative. The committee deprecates the division which oc curred at Nashville in the convention, and hopes that the Democracy of Shelby county, without re cur,! for their iirefcreuce for Governor, will meet together iu convention, and nominate candidate for the Legislature whom all men desiring good govcmmciii can norlin i - j suouoru By order of the Democratic Executive Committee, IL F. KXNNEDY J. II. COLEM.U.', Chairman. bccrciary. LEUBRIE BROS. Best s For Least Mom 261 MAIM". Leaders in Styles and Low Prices o We are offering; Special Bargains, and snowing; Novelties in all of our Various Departments. Having seen Bayer. SPECIAL NOTICE. d the valuable service of prominent and competent Hew York pnrebaae for the Leading New York Houses, we are prepared to aell gooda at XK.w YORK PRICES. Knowing where to any, what to buy. and when to buy, enables ns to offer the Creates Inducements In all Departments. DRESS GOODS. CHOICE NOVELTIES IN Shoodah, Hindoo, Momie, Armure and Mat elassc, Drap Raphelia, irrap t erona. Drap Persian, Drap Oriental, Dran Lnzerne Novelties are added to this dvuartnient dally. MOURNING GOODS. We invite special attention to our celebrated Chappat All-wool Black Cashmere, Black Brocaded Cashmere, Black Momie Cloth, Black Imperial Crepe Cloth, Black Silk Warp Henrietta Cloth, Black Camel's Hair Suitings, And Black Drap D'Ete. Courtlaiid's English Crepe. LEUBRIE BROS. Silks and Velvets. In this department we are showing far more Ele gant styles and much Greater Variety than any Black, Colored and Fancy. other house in the city. Brocade Velvets Colored Velvets A" d quaiiues. Black Velvets M1 ""t Dsanaila C ilUc Black and all Colors DrOCaae OURS , u, great variety. Black Silks n,yrcUablenSSVuue.. Colored Silks AU f and qualities. Black Satins. Colored Satins JV. These goods are carefully selected, and at lower prices than can be found elsewhere. Housekeeping Goods Turkey Dnnaaak, Brown Pamaafc, Bleached Damask, Damask Napkins and Doylies, Linen Crash, Linen Towelina;. Olaaa Towelina;, Linen Hack Towels, Herman Dsnask Towels, Extra Heavy Bnmaley Towels, Crochet Bed Spreads, Honeycomb ttnilta. Printed Honeyeoaab Qnllta, Marseilles ttnllta, Nottingham Curtain, Lace in all the Newest Deslims. Nottingham I.nce Curtains and Lare Lambrequin. Hheetins;, Shlrtlnan and jPillow Muslins. Leubrie Bros. Hosiery! Hosiery! Hosiery! -We nave the fullest line of the most . -- i mliim- Cntv'. and Children's Hosiery, at laat year's prices. Tnese nans nave Hviwmiiij per cent. Blankets and Flannels. 9-Having pure tinted our entire atoek or Woolen Fabric, before the large ad vance In prices, we are offering these goods at leas than they ran be bought now. in New York, by tbe eaae. LEUBRIE BROTHERS Ourllnes of Trimmed and I ntrimmed Hata Include the most fascinating and be. coming of French Shapes. All the Latest Novelties In Flowers, Feathers, Plumes mmt ornaments. Onr French Pattern" Hata are the most exquisite ever brought to thsa city, and at prices that uefy competition. Special inducements to Wholesale Buyers a Lfeiibrie Bros. i to CO CO 3 "on . e B at 3 a 5 9 PS W leg l a fg - - W ES . s i 9 a 1 w i III j S w r B a 5 8 5ft SS 'i - - oe SS 3 S H 4 1 5 OS OS 2, u S CO CO CO CO CO i Ladles' Clonk, Shawl and Suit Depart nient. The Greatest Variety and Elpfrant Designs, at pop ular prices. Laces and Embroideries. Special Bargains In Black French Laces, Black and White Spanish Laces, steal Torchon Laces, Real Russian Laces, Languedoc Laces, Breton ne Laces. Point D'Esprlt Laces. and Hamburg Edgings St Insertions. urLareawill call Tor more than usual attention. The richest Pattern., in every texture, ami larger variety to select from Corsets! Corsets! Corsets! An Immense Variety of Corsets, Hoops, Bustles, etc,, ut Manufacturers' Prices, Ribbons, Ruchlngs and Ties. Select styles In Satin and ros Uraln. and Satin and Surrah. Ribbons, for mil wear. Fancy Ribbons, In attractive designs. Soak Ribbons. In Brocade and Satin Stripes, of every desirable color. Novelties In Lace and Silk Fichus and TiMo New Satin and Lace Skirt Plaiting, and ' Lace and Crepe I.isse Rnehlngs. New York prices red at LEUBRIE BROS. SOLE AENTS FOB THE SAXON "BEAUTY" KID GLOVES! Newest Shades 3-Rullons. 81. Newest Shades i-Rntton. l SS Newest Shades h-But tons, si SO. Black, White, Opera, Medium, Dark, and all new shades. Every pair Warranted. A new pair given for every pair that Blp or Tear In trying on. Calicoes, Ginghams, Domestics. Full lines of the CHOICEST BRANDS, retailed at case prices. Trimmings and Buttons. Opening great bargains In Fringes and Dress Trimmings. Novelties In Llgnold Buttons, Novelties In Pearl Buttons, Novelties In Jet Buttons, Novelties In Crochet Buttons. Gents, Furnishing Goods. In this department we are offering- the Finest, Largest and Most Varied Assort ment, and unprecedented bargains. It wIU pay yon to examine onr fine Dress Shirts, Silk, Lisle Thread, Merino and White and Scarlet Woolen Underwear. Cassimeres and Waterproofs. Goods direct from man u fact urcru, and sold with a smalt advance on net cost. Ladies' & Gents' Handkerchiefs Special bargains in Silk Handkerchiefs Ladles' Fancy Scolloped, Colored Bor dered Hemstlrh'd and White Hematlch'd Linen: and in Cents White and Colored border, Plain. Fancy and Hemstirhed Linen Ilandkcrchicis. Boots and Shoes. We keep only the Terv BEST MAKES of Ladies', Misses and Children's fine But ton Boots, and fine Shoes, Sandals and ; Slippers. Also, the best makes of Men's, ana Boys Boots and Shoes. You will save fully ia per cent, by examining our goods i before purchasing elsewhere. Leubrie Bros. Invite attention to their large assortment of NEW CARPETS, in WILTONS, BRUSSELS, TAPESTRIES, and a large collection of Persian, Turkish and Domestic Rugs, Carpets and Oilcloths, Window Draperies and Lambrequins. Boys', and youths' Clothing. Men's Clothing. Onr -i 1 is larger than any in the To meet the wants of patrons, we have city. added a Oenta Clothing Department, Prices less than elsewhere. and are offering attractive styles and NiTles originaX. choicest fabrics or Foreign and Domestic Newest and best makes. , manufacture. We Invite all to visit us. Lady attendance, if preferred. I confident we can please the most critical. EXAMINE OUR PRICES, LEUBRIE BROTHERS Trunks, Satchels, Valises, AND PORTMOXXAIE8. Hair Goods. All Shades and Styles, at our well known low price We keep a I. AKia.lt yaUIKTY OF ttOODS than any other house, Including Jet and Plated Jewelry, Plated Ware. Olaaa and Chimin are. Xajardlgan Ware, and TOTS of every description, Wholesale and Betaii. r Take the Elevator to Cpper Floors. In short, there it nothing that a lady can desire to pnrchase which cannot be fonnd at our counter, of aa good quality as elsewhere, and at lower prices. No misrepresentations: all goods warranted ; po lite attention. No trouble to show goods. No importuning to purchase, and fair dealing. Aided with your liberal patronage, haa enabled us to score a success that it has taken others many years to accoin plUh. Wc ask a continuance of your favor. No one ran command success; but weean.de more we cau deserve It. LEUBRIE BROTHERS, itreet. 1880SAUTUMNI1880 B. LO WENSTEIN & BROS. Take great pleasure In calling the attention of Patrons and Visitors to the city to their Unparalleled Assortment of FALL NOVELTIES! Far exceeding in Variety, (unlit y and Styles any previous display made by any House in the South, comprising the Very Latest Introductions of Velvet and Satin Brocades, Polka and Plaid Satins, Black and Colored Silks and Satins, Black and Colored Plushes, Black and Colored Satin DeLyon, Trimming Silks and Satins, Brocade Silk and Wool Novelties, Side-Band Twills, French Plaids, Handkerchief Suitings, Mummy Cloths, Cashmeres, Shoodas, Chudda and Camel's Hair Suitings, in the newly introduced shades, Elegant Novelties in Black Goods and Mourning Goods, Elegant Lines of Imported Hosiery, for ladies, misses and children; Kid Gloves, Laces, Embroideries, Neckwear and Rib bons, Exclusive Novelties in Handkerchiefs, Fancy Goods, Buttons, Fringes and Ornaments, Specialties in Ladies' and Misses' Suits and Cloaks, Full Lines of Flannels, Ginghams, Prints, Domestics, Cassi meres, Shoes, Ladies' and Gents' Underwear, Housekeeping Goods, in endless variety. We propose this season to maintain our reputation as the Leading House in the South, and the Headquarters of every Leading Novelty to be found in the New York market, besides many Exclusive Novel ties of our Own Importation, at unrivaled low prices. B. Lowenstein & Bros. 249 MAIN ST., MEMPHIS, Invite Special Attention to their Vranprasned Display of High .No-Yemen in jsroeatie ana iiinniinaiea SILKS, SATINS, VELVETS, Also Wew Effects in Choice Orem Fabrlca and Elegant Fall St y lew in COSTDMES. DOLMANS AND W8AFS i rf V UJJUltlll v-- ADAPTED TO FIR8T-CLASS TRADE. On MONDAY, 27th instant, we will begin the Most Extraordinary Sale of LYONS BLACK GROS GRAIN SILKS, Ever before known in Memphis. The Goods offered are from the Looms of the n oria-Kenownea ranrtcants, Messrs. nonnei, Antoine, liuinei ana mrana k Cie, whose productions for POSITIVE EXCELLENCE, Parity of Fiber, Evenness and Superb Finish Stand Unrivaled, and at the Prices named are unapproachably cheaper than ever before offered In this market. WE SOLICIT AM IMSPKCTIOX. NO. 249 MAIN STREET. - - MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE PLANTERS INSURANCE COMPANY. D. T. PORTER, Pres't. JN0. OVERTON, Jr., V. Pres't. . D. RA1XE, 8ecy. PAID IIP CAPITAL, WHOLESALE TRADE! I would annou anufaetnrrra nco I nave made very favorable arranrmla with M bjr which I am enabled to offer a lartto stoek or CLOTHING! SPECIALLY ADAPTED TO SOUTHERN TRADE. Cull and Inspect same. Prices to compare with those of Eastern Manufac turers. LINES A I.I. COMPLETE, and displayed on I'ppor Floors. 259 MAIN STREET, -VEILSriDICi- J. R. 4ODWIX. L. D. MULLIJiS, Jr. S. M. M'CALLUM J. R. GODWIN & CO. Cotton Factors, Com. Merchants, AGENTS FOR THE STAR COTTON OUT, 886 Front street, cor. Union, Memphis, Tenn. CHICKASAW IRON WORKS! Randle & Livermore, Proprietors, No. 98 Second Street, Opposite Market Square, Memphis, Tenn. o rro.iti:sM:s. .i -; t: A hi .. a ha It Ins; and Pulleys, all kinds Iron and Brass C'astlnirs. and Everything In Line of rm ausi anu aai'mniBur work. HILL, FONTAINE & CO. Cotton Factors & Wholesale Grocers, 29G-20S Front St., Memphis, Tenn. HILL, FONTAINE & CO. Cotton Factors, Commission Merch'ts Cor. Third and liocust streets, Ht. liouis. H. B. HOWELL. JOHN H. OOCKK. H. Bo Howell fe Co GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS, AIO COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 3 1 o. 268 Front Street, Memphis. euCAlTAIN RALPH W0RMELEY WILL SELL OUR COTTOX.-rj