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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-SUNDAY, OCTOBER IT, 1880.
WINTER WRAPS! MENKEN BROTHERS Make it the interest of every Lady in Mompnis to personally inspect their SUPERB AND MAGNIFICENT SELECTION OF Ladies' Dolmans and Us! Ladies' Ulsters and -Circulars, Ladies' Jackets and Havelocks, MISSES AHD CHILDREN'S CLOAKS Misses' and Children's Dresses, Hisses' and Children's Ulsters, BOYS' CLOTHING .NEWEST DESIGNS ALL GOODS OF STANDARD EXCELLENCE , Menken Brothers AlX'TIOrk' S ILKS. Underwriter's Sale, at Auction. 15 Bale (atton from Wreck Strainer Batesvllle, TCISDAY MORN INQ, OCT. 10, AT 11 O'CLOCK, loot Madison atrcct, on levee. A. M. STODDARD. Auctioneer. I Administrator'! Sale of Personal Property. MoadRr Sornlnu. Oet. 23, at IO o'clock, I will offer for Mile, at pnblic auction, on the prem ises of the late Marshall S. Brooks, on Brooks ave nue, east of the Hernando road, about seven mile tmwn I- idl fit tile Household and Kitchen Furniture, Farming Implement. Horwi.. Mules Wagons. ' urt. nnd Drtuv. In short, everything needed for a well stocked farm. Term, ot ,. cash. y Public Administrator. DEXTIVI ISY. J.W. XKLSOA, Dentist SOT) Main Street. RFST SET OF TKKTH. - TF.N DOLLARS i G.iWI Killirrvr-. Two-Dol!aro ! 81 ver and Tin Fillings. Gaa and Kxtraetlax. each, Nttttnrtlon One Dollai I Fifty Cent iMHrontce!. JET PAEACEs WO VELTIES IX J JET GOLD-PLATED, AND SOLID COLD GOODS JRttjAjuUM TO COME IX. I take pleasure in Informing ray cnntomcni and the ladle in general, that I will, from now on , v :iitd si ti .li .. !j n-ul ranry ;kk1, uiru t (MB importer and manu facturers, (tooda will, as usual, BE SOLD AT LOW FIGURES. Call and be convinced. I. ROESCHEB, Agent, Jfo. 277 Main Htrot, MeuiphiH. F It A n i'.S - HICTl" KES. MEMPHIS PICTUR E FR AWE FACTORY. H. HjErOClISllIRO 281 Main Street. Oil PaiutlngM, Engravings, ChrtMiiOM, Mirrors, Frames, IlracJkcls, stationery, etc. New and Splendid Assortment, AT LOW PBICKS. ra QUAE. X 1 " ECU A NIC oK MEMPHIS Wi are Ii3 lgne.1 lVl to form an association. Oblectx, Meehnnies' Lien Law, materia advancement, ele. Call o hhiI name to P. W. Mt.KTJ TRICK, I.". Maillson st I Parasol Maker). N.B. Meeting soon. Dr. a l Main Joseph lag LASKI has reunited his ollice to Wt street, three doora rjvdow Unkm, over :'s siore. FOB KEXT. Nbo -Opposite Worsham House, fot CHAPSKY, Kerr St., Chelsea. tsMirdi C2ALOON ROOM-Nieeone, at commercial iiotei. Charleston House, corner renue and M.nli-on strei Bed, at 1 lti Court street. B RS. C. P. FREEMAK of OU.MS tTII UltNISHED ROOMS- F at 107 Jellerson street "DOOMS Kuriii-h'-d rooms, at reasonable inn.-. at IM Main street. KOO.MS AI HOARD. DESIRABLE ROOMS Furnishi-d or uiiTur ulsbed, will. Imar l. :;t -jrj Third street. 00M Unfundshml. with board, torgeottoman L and wife, in private family; references re ijulred. Apply at 4M anei-street. KOOMS Front and back. furnUhcd or untar nlahed, with excellent table hoard, at 1 .1 tHheii'.v street, betwem Beiileanil Jjlmteii ROOklS Nice iurulslied room.-, obeap, it No. So Main stret I. KOOMbFumlahcd or unftiruUhed, witti boar.l. at reasonable rale-, at VI and Monroe sin et. VT ICK ROOMS Kurr.Wied or uniumished, sin XN gie or in suile; apuiunents for light bouse keeping, at KU Jellerson slr. et. TJOOJlB AND BOAlUi- J-V at No. 3-jJ Poplar greet. waxtm. BOY jmart a live colored boy, at J33 iloeoHd street. TTMBREI LAS R!;'.MRF.D Paraaola re lined u U n-t overed in latest Parisian style at New York prices. McKll'TRICK Madison, near Second. w ATC11MAN- khI nlnht watehhian. Apply to Thomas L. Risk A Co. A PPR1JT1CE-In millinery and dressruakln XI Also, two good workers lu dresmalc1ng AP ply at onee at SI, .MHln street. MRS. LOGAN A McANALLY. THREE VOUNG MEN Who can write, aud spell correctly. Address, in own hand. C. F. WEATHERBE. No. 1," W. court street- COOK ANDt HAMBEKMAID White or colored, in auiall private family. Apply at Wl Shelby. C- i OOD CARPENTER Apply to J. W. X. Browne, t o Badlaott street . s OFA Extenmou Sofa. Addresa stir A, mis ouiee. TO "tTrinTT THR 0ltp Memphis Steam Laundry, MJf ITWERYRODY ll LINEN Main street. AGtlNMAKLR -st.ailv emtiloymetit : good wages given. W. H. Bl'RNEl.L. CotBO.BUB. C?MART BtiY To learn th- florist trade. Also, a O go.nl HOSTLER, at .. .; MAIN STREET. Memphis Florlt o. rij'P:Bl'i.'.V HORSE AND HAKNEt -J. Impire at t.s-7o Monroe street. B OARDER-S At 111 Conn sire,'t. kmc re i ocea re;utreii. Liti LABOR!' Its -I'AY.o; STATION WOliiv OUU l'i on the Choctaw Rend Levee, Bolivar eonuiy. Miss.; and 200 on the caniuiaek Levis-, lasauu'ena eoui.lv, Miss. Wiuw J- per day and three llqters. Station work 13 lo li. cents lt-r cubit: yarti. Apply "! works. t.EO. t UN d.i), ci i;.,e . , or u Taylor A Arnold, jr Kront stretl. Memphis. LADIES can have their Flush Hals n-shsre.t al i.iKiDY EAR'S. Iaafoc raw and Leghorn )lat made to baik as new, at GCODYXAR LAw T A DIES can occlai BlleutU.n gien to rv.i,al ing eltllats.at GlHlDYEAU have their last I II Walking Hats J mad over into the new Derby at to the new I GOODYEAR si Second si o 'SiKJK AND "NURSE- W.'.iiiaii lo cook and girl to nurse, at ir.v, fopinr treei. IF you nee Aid no P PARK STA l.inuMiAinliiin vou nromtnlv SArroiNTSCKNT, leave your order at the ILKS:. south side Court Square, and Joe M't ullers " Mress anj with ill aiU'udto your omits. JSRNUI RY,:e7 Main atrcct", Memphis, nakiiig ami Milltuery, In lateat ttyles, d falinful work. . iff! !l!f 4 o if ft Bl3f5 ifflM & s a a SI!1I a- t: Ladies' Costumes and Shawls, Ladies' Skirts and Sacks. Infants' Cloaks and Dresses, infants' Robes and Flannels, AMI Si:.HKTS. ii.Sl 11.1 Z Alt AID U(FMUTIMi Under the auspices iaU for. the Bandit of the , CHICKASAW GUARDS, commencing MOMMY. OCTOBER 18, 1SSO, AT THE AKXOIkT OX HKKXAMtO STREET. NEAR UNION, Tweiily-Hvc Cents. MaafaMaat, . rThc Lady friends of the company will conduct Law .sal, :;. -.el oAciate a; tb variotis stands, wliieh liavv beefi tarru0U in a tns'.efnl and artisiio mt:ti- represcat ula'erent n.i:loiraliies, under the direction of one of our tending architucts. ' . . r'-iinmeutB, Vocal and Instrumental will for.n a feature of each night's programme. D:,nclhs alter 10 o'clock. As art Merchandise, Books, Bric-a-brac, etc., which will be offered for sale, are donations to the company irrrai merchanta, at aoiae and abroad, the pricee wi'l be as moderateas luaay first-class es tablihm.'Ut. R, fn.hmHnts of all kind, will to terrtM at rea sonable rates. The c .-wrdtt.-cs In chanjc dc-Ire to convey the impr-jsaiori that tliis enlertaiument. notwithstand lug that it if lor the beoefi: of the oompany, will i id icted okif for the pleasure of their pa I.ibor, mo:iey ai:A gooda having been free ly coinrilaa'.ed by their hjt of friends, both here and elBv.Jlere, tttcir gocd rheer will be dispensed In I', - ame liberal spirit. No unreasonable rates or extoriious of any kind will be permitted. The Chi. kasaw Guards extend to their friends . , iUjbUu generally a moat cordial invitation to com-' and eunid a pl .sent evening with thcui, !!.',(; alia near; otae. ciimni s i-iii.ri:u. JO-EPil IIROiiKS . Pr ..ii .tornlid Manager MUX DAY. rCKSll XV at d WlnNFSDAY NIGHTS AND WEDNESDAY MATINEE, Ootnuer ith. ltnh and jnth. -THE KLlGXINi lMOMOl" l.AI GHTER." THL II tKUJSON S MCsJ'L COMEliY COMPANY, l.i Vhfi :uui,t eccentric and musiciU pjay oi the age. written II. K. VoMf, cutitled i u o T o a . An epitome oi mirtli and melody, n-plete with . aparkliiii; i-ouKsiy. clnrruUtg meiody and hn morous situations. The en:ire eom;.:iD) eo:nised oi artists ot ex ceptional ex.; lleliiv. rta. Mear', Hiirrinrton & Hart's aeeond degree F1 LL ttOON UNION will be introduced during the performanoa by iH'mi;.-.ssion. BUZ BBKKT NOW OPEN AT KIRKLAND'S. Thursday, Friday and Saturday Matinee. t4ti WIHiasm 3ti OMr ;inmn Srnatir. hlitlVKDOB STOI.EX. riU.H' MARE A small gray mMJ has the VjT letter H Si one of her shonldera. First inUse'l iier on IM night of September d. Will isiy j lita rai rewa,id on Ja r delivery at the stables of E. : . i:'.. .'I:-; .".! -'r,-. :. J,OfT. fOCKKX AND CHAIN Valuable lo owner o-i U aceoutit of souvenirs. Pteaaa return to No. 1 eoa 1 treei. KAE:RING-hie amcthysi e ir-rtng. Will please letum Lo ildsoilleeand lie rewarded. I vIAHONO RING With . nta. be tween Wosli U iiqrtou aud Kxcltatiye Srqeti. I4beral rtvard w ill be paid to Under at M Washington street. UP Black Ncivf. uiell.uid pup: white Xe.t. Libemi rar.l ti reiuinej u 8AMUEL MA V. FOB SAEE. KOi' KAWAY Sei-otid-oiii'c! : Itrucc's make; al most : cheap. Mi l,! !.:: k CO., U2! Second. t ii . AI Kia OF LABn On Presidents Island ; iUU will niiso I bain loaere; j1! aere mile, sonth of Memphis on "ooth sides M. and T. P.. R. Address Peter ilitehcll, care Hill. Fontaine ,v. Co. nKie'K-llv river. r rail. Quantity and quality J) guaranteed. Iajavc orders at Joltti A Denic'f Front. F Ruchaietu it: Co., 320 Fm it. or W. J. ha-e .'. : .- . V M in -l. ( i. li. I PIPER. i ;i !: a.m sToui:noL'i lu sood lo .r cation: u.io eiurtne, jjin and pn-ss. Apply to semen a Parg'-r, 's"t u :.!.t.o reel, or to it kOTKB, Horn take, Miss. MUI E-AND H AKKESs a: -'' Main street. al .:. r. FRAWK i crts. T.lKiCK. TTtMOINE1 One seeouii-SniMi uaOoaiary engine, J2j Wit hoot Doner: te.nder llxSC Inches; all 4Xuptt-tc exar.'pt nyssst:; !al runuiJig order. Can be. h,ul at a barsH" Apple at CHICKASAW ikosi WORKS, US Second at. r 11ANOS-A l. w T-OCtareaaeci .nd-luuid Pianos, X cheap .'or i .ish . at N 4CO. S M'isir rl on-, '."ai 8coud street. 7l.o: K!v'i ANlMRV-Miri.criiTAP--In flrst V ciaAsoril'T, if application i- made Immediately : engine 12 in' h cyllnderand 21 inch stroke. A.so. .-.cam rlnr Enli-e. ol l-.i la s mase. i nninunii. nquira at i'jrPcnUrshop, 33t, Hei-oiKl street; ' ,'TTI If ' ' 18SO NEWSTOCK! 1,000 casph esii tllnea, 1,000 cast s citvinetl Mackerel, 500 MMMB flWIlj HMmtWi li.tMK) cases cautU'tl roilflscs. 4,H)0 eitscs MMUMd Tomatoeg, I.immi euM iHBMMi Corn, 3,000 i-iWi's Jt lllrs, 80,000 . i--,.1-Uti 1 rnit and Vegetables HHl.OiMt pfnimls Farter fnmly, ."00 i-iues .Mult-ill', 1,000 l:trk:itrt-s ljirrl, 2,000 imtiat.i-s Salt Matlerel, 1,000 bntrsi Arte tireett Toft'ee, 500 bturrab Yellow Siiic;sr, 300 cases Drouily IVat lies, 500 cases Drandy Cherrleit, 50O rnH .irrt-UN Snuff, 500 tfc Itrootng, Mui ki ts, rVnsliboards,etc OLiVER,FIMIE&Co WHOLESALE GROCERS, MEMPHIS TEXJVESSEE. IKnit'ATIOKS. For Tcnw.we aW fA Ohio ratfry, party cloudy vmtker, ponnbty owiotuii rain, iresfcry wind, fiatiunary or luuxr lempcraturt, grntKiUy hiijhcr baroinfir. This tsiu' pfthe APPEAL com prism six ptietM. LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. Reading matter on every jiagi-. The fc.rest trees are living shorn of leaves by the aatttam winds. Since TJiuratlny an inch uul-a-bal of rain fell in lli-niphta. . "Tbe Federal eoiirt, Judjre riammond pre luding, not convene until Wcduea ay next. -The a.un.y grangera' fair closed last e vjurw i ho -m, .s wall attended during the week. The "IlarriBuii-" in faasoa a musical Ofl hiimorous; eonnrdy, at the Theater to- morrow night lo-morrow u aurbt the gran 1 bsr.ar w ill K olss: ped up by the iijd al lite artnoty of the djitkasaw Outtrtls At 1 q'ciak jrurterriav the temjHratuM of the atiu :sprie.. v is 5C . The barometer iji(iifpVe4 StJiO iin Ik.-. "T ko coti aHpcM of wea titer which oi eeed p Br"Uie rait) of Friday night waiiiig sjmtivv u laHnighl.' Marriage iaaued ou yeatardayt Ofc.Fiiie&Ci UELltilOl'S SERVICES TO-DAY. MARY'S CATHEDRAL. Services at 11 a.m. and 7:4". p.m. 56 ri EKMAS PROTESTANT CHCKCH. Third IJT street. Pre aching at 10:0 .m. t- niTDin"C Corner Llnd.n and Desoto mass at 10 a.m. rM MANU A I. C1IPBCH. ' InnlB L services at 11a.m. and 8 pm- it 1 UL street. Divine Sunday-school f 1 K P. M A N K V A N (ItU U A u l.i l r.i'. t T ClIIRCII Washington street, between Third Fourth. -CALVARY (HI Ri H -Will be ripen for divine J services to-lay morning ami evening the rec- otticialing. CHURCH.-Chelsea L street. Services at 11 a.m. and X p.m. Sunday -. hool at 1 p.m. -t-rpiiii nrrirrr Aiiarns street corner of .M. "Charleston avenue. Sunday-school -luuday at 2:30 p.m. every is FOR'! I A STREET METHODIST CHURCH. VJT Preaching at 11 a.m. and f. E. Treadwcll, iststor. :30 p.m., by Rev 70RT PICKERING M. E. CHI RCH. Corner ot Hxth and Jackann street-. services at ,:m William Shimmin, pastor, f-i nicKCHCRCH (Euiseooal.i Scrviceaat 11 a I t m. Sunday-school at 9:: a.m. No evening service. Edward Orgain. rector. T. PETER'S CATHOLIC CHU RCH First mass O at 6 a.m. ; second mass at H a.m. ; third (nign) ms at 10 a.m. espcrs at H p.m. J11RST .PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Corner of street. Uaniul, piiatur. No services to-day "IUMB.KRLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH V J Coart street- Rev. H. A. Jones, pastor. Services at 11 a.m. and f.JO p.m. 1 Hl'RCII OF THE GOOD isll EPII ERD. Chelsea V.; Services try Rev. George Moore at 10:30 a. m and 8 p.m. Sunday -scnool at v a.m. TTERNANDO STREET M. E. CHURCH. Sun 11 day-school at 9:30 a.m. Services at 11 t Mad 7 .:Ap.m. Guiliord Jones, paslbr. riROVIDEXCE CHAPEL. Central Point. Pas- J lor, J. S. Merrlweather. Services tit 11 a.m., and 7 p.m. Sunday -school at 1 :30 p.m. OT. JOHN M. E. CHURCH. Comer of Vance and .3 lAud.-rdale streets. services at 11 a.m. Hun day - -hool at ;tp.m. Win. Shimmin, pastor. . IT. JOHN'S M K CHURCH Comer Vance and I. sr.. ierd.ile streets. Service at 11 a.m Sllll- lay-school at II p.m vuu. sniiiiinii imstor. LA U D E R DALE STREET PRESBYTERIAN cl 1 1' Rl II. Services at 11a.m. and 7::i0p.m. by Rev. N. M. Long. Sunday-school at U:M0a.m. s 1AFFABANS STREET M. E. CHUCH, SOUTH Preaching at 11 a.m. and 7:45 p.m., bjr the iws .clung at II a.i T. C. Holmes. tor, Rev Minuay-scpooi ai v:au a.m LABAMA STREET PRESBYTERIAN ( III Rl H Corner Alabama street anil Jones avenue. Service at II a.m. and 8 p.m. by Rev. Mr. Rigger, pastor. QtECOXD PRESBYTERIAN CH0BOB. Oornerol 0 Main and Reale streets. Sunday. school at 1 . .in'., .-ervices at 11 a ni. and s p.m. by Rev. W. Park. -1ENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH. Second street, near iieae. .- suiiiiny-s nooi at m:;w a.i i'l-ac hi writ Li a.m. and ' :so p.m. , by Ber. Rowan, poator. 1 IN DEN STREET CHRISTIAN IIURCII i j Sunday -school at u a.m. Lord's Supper at a .1 :!0a.m. l'reaching at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Trible, pastor. E:0ND CONGREGATION A I. CHURCH. Or leans street, between Linden and Reale. Serviees at Ilium, and Rev. U. S. Williuius. ;su p.m., by the pastor. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Second street ladwcuu Ponlar and Exehanse streets. Se-r vices at 11 a.m and s p.m. by Rev. R. H. Mahon. Minday-sehool at 9:90 a. m; "IPIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. Second street, lie I" tween Adams and Washington. Preaching by Rev. E. E. King, of Mississippi, at II a.m. and 7.':i0 p.m. Sunday-school at M a.m. , CENTRAL RAPTTST CHURCH iCOI.ORED).--i'oroer of asliKe j:iel Desoto straett. Rev. . I. lines Loit, pastor. Services at II a.m., :t p.m.. and7.!ap.ni. Sunduy-schiKil at I p.m. rtENTRAL METHODIST CHURCH Union St. J Services by the pastor. Rev. Wm. McFerrin, at 11 a.m. and 7:.t0 p.m. Sunday-school at ya.m. Thanksgiving service by all the Methodist Sunday -scheKils of the city at 3 p.m. Kenedy and Hnttte Jenkins. Vxlnrrd ,Iur dan I'.axtcr and Rattle Finlay, 1! iston Lus ter an I Susanna Martin. John rwad, ilia'llll with larceny, was committed to jail bv Esquire (Juiglty yester day in default of $1000 bonds. The Southern Express company arc mak ii.e; MUk lime to and from New York, and to all points in the south and east. The end of a brick grocery store on the corner of Linden and Irleans streets was blow n dow n by the Friday night storm. Yestertlav the streets and alleys pre Matad a shining appearance, having been washed by the wild rain-storm of Friday night. - 1 'iie J in roof on a three-story block, cor ner of Avery and Vance streets, was raised up and carried awav some fifty feet by the gale, of wind that prevailed last Friday night. The following numbers drew prizes in the Kentucky State lottery drawing at Cov ingtoti, yciterday : No. K471, first prize; Xo. 1"','7. second prize; No. 6999, third prize and No. 73G, fourth prize. The Memphis I'M complains that the Sunday law is not impartially enforced. We are quite sure that it is only necessary to call lr. i'r rter's attention to this matter to secure lair play. To-day will tell. IIaricitaml Appleon for November, Sea side and Mtwttta Square Librnrien, reviews, ma - cine-, papers and the larutit line of readJuK matter in the Southern States canl I m had :il M .insiord's, 'I'M Main street. The chief of police lias received a letter askiqg for information, as to the burial-place ! of Mary C.is. v, who died in Memphis in ; 18i2. She was the wife of B. M. Casey, of the Tenth Illinois infantry. Federal army. Twenty-live arrests were uiude by the police yesterday, principally for violations of city ordinances, failure to connect with eirenkj ami driving drays and wagons with out license. Manuel French was arrested on the e-harge .if carrying concealed weapons. -The game market furnished the follow ing quotations, yesterday: Venison roa.-ts, l-.;- per pound; quail, s2 per dosen; squir rels, 1 "0 per dozen; lake fish, white fish, Mackinaw trout and salmon, 121c per pound; sea fish, red snapper, mullet Cookers, Pile per pound. iK nnis Kearney, arrested on the charge of stealing a pair of shoes, was yesterday dis charged by Esquire (luigley. It appearing llial he was very drunk at the time, anil put ting on the shoes at store, refused lo take tnern oft' or pay for them, he was fined ten dollars for drunkenness. (.hie hundred feet of new brick wall on the south end of the mammoth cotton-shed immediately west of the Mississippi and Tenncsse railroad, was levcli-d with the ground on Friday night during the wind storm. It will cost the contractor, Charles Jones, a few hundred dollars. She read all the books of science. Her liners were covered with ink. She hooted at marriage alliance. She talktd of the missing link. She quoted sarans and preachers Ot greater and less renown Platonic in all her features, She rot mashed on a circus clown. The county fair, which closed yesterday, wiis a great success. Everylsaly was satis fied jith it exhibitors and visitors. Awards of premiums were made to the satisfaction rf everyone, and assurances given that justify the association in the belief that next year an exhibit can be made surpassing anything ever seen in Shelby county. The Memphis and Cincinnati packet company steamer James W. lian" reached port yesterday minus jackstaff, derricks, staging and ome boiler-deck freight, which had been ';.i:i d ovtrijoard by the hurricane Friday night, which struck the Gall' thirty miles up the river. Captain Bob Wise held the bridge during the gale until he ran his boat to the bank and saved her from becoming a wreck. Mr Felertiale, who was so badly injured Friday night by the falling of the wall of Christian's cotton-shed, became conscious yes terday morulus, btij iva yet in a very critical Opndition. He was thrown,, np quantities of blood, which indicated severe internal in juries. La.-! cv. ning his condition remained ;lu same. The remains of Miss Kate Yancev will be sent to Lagrange, Tennessee, for in n rmcnt. -Billy- Lichen's little cozy booth and news depot, 2:tU Main, bus been fixid as neat as a new pin. He has the Sumlag Magaane, Gidey,ll'iry:r afosVafr ind Tj(pfnfiia ill for -N ivuiiber. He has all the pictorials and dailies of the time. New Seaside Doctor BaatiKa, l.v Alexander Dumas; new Frank lin library Tlu-et Recruit, and The Qirh They Left BsAmI 7'4 ,i, a novel bv Joseph Hatton. Hive Hilly a Sunday call. -- i the criminal court yesterday a num ber oi i a.-c, w.n set lor trial; disposed of by mil jrn. eleven, and retried, one. William Wriglit.grami larceny, was sentenced to seven Man imprisonment in the penitentiary; Jesse Ikiuw It, house-breaking and larceny, sen tence! to three years in the pmitentiary; John McMannis, house-breaking, sentenced to three years in the penitentiary; George Williams, assault with pistol, fined $25, and sentenced to thirty days imprisonment in the county workhouse. The Pine Bluff Press, of yesterday, says thai the annual meeting of t he directors "of the Memphis and Southwestern Railroad coinpany fjfn held at the Planters house in Pine liluli on la.-i apdav. The report of the general manager, OoloaeJ J. D. J)arden, ;.- said to be very encouraging, and the rxm--::".:. lion of the road in the near future. IBM road will run from Memphis to Jef tcrson, Texas, no Marion, Wittshurg, lirink Icv Pine Bltiflj Camden, Magnolia and Wal nut Hill." Its commercial importance cannot be overestimated. The people of Arkansas, along its line, have long looked upon it as a nrs es-ity. There was a very stormy scene in the FpU'opal church convention in New York one day lust week over a resolution express ing iu a very complimentary way, the sense of the convention toward such clergymen aud laymen of the Episcopal church as' stayed at their post of duty during the prevalance of the yellow-fever epidemic in the south in 1878-9. It was earnestly objected to, espe cially by leading delegates from the south, Kev. Ih White, of this city, among the number. The venerable rector of Calvary church said "that he himself had been one of the clergy who stayed in Memphis during the epidemic He knew that the clergr felt that tf .v Rcte. .lojng their duty, and nothing more, ami would objec; Jo any such praise as the resolution oootemplaled." PERSONAL Mb c l. I .i i iv i ' is. O stre-ts. High romises his personal attention to all orders. Office 2H8 Main street. Pr. Buwieke eve and ear diseases, No. East Conrt street. Mr. Johji Robb, advance agent of the Gits Williams company (Our Gennun .Senaor), leaves to-day for New Orleans. Dr. Rile v leaves this morning for La grange to visit Dr. Collins, who recently ar rived there Irom ew Orleans very sick. Among the visitors now sojourning in our city is Miss JCennie Long, of Verona, Missis sippi. She is the guest of Mrs. W. G. Bridges, on Hernando street. B. Lowknstein & Bro. will receive to morrow, through the United Mates cus om house in Memphis direct from from Paris, France, 3000 pieces new black dress goods. Miss Nora Cunningham takes pleasur. in announcing to her friends her connection with the house of M. & E. G. Kremer & Co. where she will be glad to meet her nnmer ous friends. Messrs. R. Dudley Frayser, John Link- hatter, J. IL Shepherd, J. S. Mahaffv, T. S. lltngham, Marcus Jones, A.J. Knapp and Ben K. Pullen left last night as delegates to the Orand lodge and tirand encampment ol I. O. O. F., which meets at Nashville next Tuesday. S. W. GuTHitrE, formerly connected with th Mneer sewing machine othee.who is mstlv con sidereil to lie the best sewing machine adjuster and repairer ever in Memphis, can now u found with G. W. Fisher, at 2C3 Second street. All kinds ol -t'wuic machines promiitlv re paired and adjusted. All repairs guaranteed for one year. Superb wedding invitations for parties in Jharleston, South Carolina, were turned out luring the past week by Tracy, whose artis tic work is well-known throughout the south rn country. Tracey & Co. have also in pres i large printing order from a prominent husiness nrru in l.atirange, Cieorgia. it .he third order ot the kind trom the same house, and is most complimentary to Mem phis enterprise. R. B. Hutchinson & Co., have a new ship ment of Brooks Glace thread, with orders to sell after this date at sixty cents per dozen. The running stitch Shirring machine sold by them has grown to be an indispcnsible with all our hrst-class dres-makes ane milliners, il being now used bv Mrs. Sloan, Mine. Duke, Watkins, Logan A McAiinally and Mmc. O'Toolc, and giving the most perlect satisfaction. It will do the work ol six women and lar more lerfect. The Bazar patterns are also most popular, as the crowds of ladies who pur chase daily will testify. Call for a catalogue. Latest l)re.maker now ready. Park avenue church was, on Tueselav evening last, the scene of a happy marriage m the presence ot a large attendance of rela tives and mends. 1 he olhciating minister was Rev. John S. Park, the former pastor of the church. The groom, Rev. Horace M. Whaling, the present pastor, is an accom plished and promising young divine, a grad uate of Columbia theologicol seminary, and has lately come among us; the bride, the lovely Miss Allie Heiskell, daughter of Ex-.Vttorney-Geueral J. B. Heiskell. The church was tastefully decorated by the loving hands of many friends, the time-honored marriage bell being an important feature. At ti p.m. the bride and groom entered the church, Miss Annie Finnie,of our city, presiding at the or gan. The young bride was exquisitely attired in white silk, over which fell in gossamer folds the symbolic bridal veil. The groom was dressed in accordance with the ruling custom. After the ceremony the young pair returned to the home of the bride, where to them and a few intinate friends was servtnl a dainty repast. They left on the 11 o'clock train for Milw aukee, to visit the groom's relatives. A letter from Mr. John B. Gallaway, formerly of this city, now a resident of New ( h leans, written to a friend In this city on the thirteenth instant from that city, says: "Henry K. Beatty, formerly of Memphis, died at the St. Charles hotel at 8 o'clock yes terday morning. We gave him every atten tion; two doctors, best in town; congestion, etc. Sent his bodv to Louisville bv express last evening. R. A. Parker, Nicholas Cuney, John r. P.ve, mysell and others late ol Ale phis, followed his remains to the depot. C'uny and myself were with him at the last moment, but tor., lato to hear his last words. Mr. Minnigerodo said to me: "Draw a cheek for what you need to put away your friend prop.rly." Bob Parker, when I sunt for him, came ami Midi "1 will pay everything." Beatty "s friend, Alfred Wh'itman," of the Travelers Accident, said: "Let me bear all exjeu-es." Mr. Musgrove, of New Orleans, said: "I wish to settle all bills,'' and Barbee cv. Castleman, of Louisville, telegraphed : " Send body by express and draw upon us for everything. Leave nothing undone," AH of which goes to show that there is sonic hu manity in the world yc. LAW REPORTS. Circuit t'onrt-Hon. James O. Pierre Jn.lste. Calendar for Monday, Octolier 18th: ")4S4, Magruder vs Apperson; 5580, Williams vs Leaton; 5585, Hendrix vs Rice 50Oti, Hath away vs Webb; 5607, Baskett vs Reese et al; 5G1, Cloy brook vs Winchester; 5H29, G. Perring nianuficturing company vsSchwartz enberg; 5641, Ball, use, etc., vs Riley, ad-mini-trator; 5686, Harris vs McClanahrin; 5720, Anderson, administrator, vs Waller; 5730, Bacon, agent, vs Toulie; 5773, Ander son, administrator, vs JIargiavcs m O'Con nor; 5709, Madden vs Carr; 5803, Mississippi valley insurance company vs Cubbins A tiann; 5.8(HJ, Brooks, Neely & Co. vs Raw lings; 5820, Wiguin vs Merriweather ; 5821, Bun vsRriddy; 5820, Stratton, agent, vs Rob crton; 5s72, Ihinncomb vs Wolbrecht; 5930, Adams vs Ilockard; 5932, Bond vs Curry. Tuesday, October 19th. 5965, Kortrecht vs Kortrecht; 6366, llorton vs Horton; 6414, Ford vs Ford ; 64 1 5, Budde vs Budde ; 64 1 7, Phillips vs Phillips, together with any other divorce cases that may be ready. These cases will lie culled regularly for triai on the days named, and must be either tried or Con tinued when called. GER1IER A WIESOVS Job lot oi embroideries at 50c on Lhe $1. Ladies' bilk is., linen, 1 25, worth $2. Ladies' ties from 25c up to $6. T.adies' hose, 1 dozen, worth SI 75. Ladies' hose, S3 dozen, worth S4 50. Ladies' gloves in all shades and prices. Ladies; underwear in great variety. Gents' underwear in red, white and blue. Gents' fine dress shirts, SI, worth ?1 5(1. VERBER A WIESOX'S, 2C7 MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE COURT SQUARE, Floyd's Candies. A nice variety of fancy candy baskets, just the thing, tilled with candy, for a present to your lady friends. Eadles Take Xotiee. Just received 1000 pieces of iadies' fine un derwear at very low prices. BLCFT CITY BARGAIN STORE, -11 Main street. EOOAST A Me AX AEE Y, 257.J Main Street. Are just in receipt of a full line of new lea ver hats of the latest designs. Among them are the Equestrienne, Ganisbcrough, Elberpn, Neilson, Odeliska ami many others. They have also received a full line of felts and Marabout la-avcrs, with handsome birds and plqmea. The ladies are invited to call and see them nnd their new designs in dressmak ing, which all orders are filled at shortest notice, ' Express W reek! Hats at $2 25, Worth $4. From freight wreck near Salem, Virginia. GREAT BARGAINS ! AT KIRKLAND'S. Read K. & F.'s notice, damaged napkins. New Seencry. Through the enterprise of Prof. Gebhardt, of the Cottage Galery, our citizens are en abled to secure the latest novelties in fancy back ground scenery for photos, such as the beautiful swan style", cutter sleigh, an imita tion piano, true to life in the photo; a rustic ottage window, with movable lattice-olikc blind, showing the natural ive contrived in the shutter and running over the window, nnd many others that have never before lieen introduced into this city. Yet the most sur prising feature is that his prices are barely one-half charged elsewhere for inferior work; S2 a dozen for photographs should euable all i to indulge. . 1 FRESH OYSTERS. Reesptsod daily per rinrm. Sole asrent for J. v Farren 4c Co.. of Baltimore ; alno Bab, frame and celery at J. A. Slsrualfro'H, Xo. 27S and 3SO Second street. Dr. Qnimby, Honteopathlst, 2t0 Second street, front of Court square. Read K. ft F.'s notice, ladies' hats and plumes. Corset waists for children; do not slip; all sizes, at the Manufactory, 365 Main street. Price, Josti & Co., Xo. 12 Jefferson street, have just received an assortment of the latest and most fashionable styles of visiting cards, which the ladies are invited to call ami in spect. Seed Wheat and Rye, Lime, Cement, Building- and FlroBrleb. K. C. Ill't'HAKAX .1 CO. l oe Mam ins Uoola and aboea are nn aurpaaaed. A lnrftr assortment on hand, bia own aukt. Ilepalrlnic neatly done. 0rw for PiHshnrg, cannel and Ken c ir-load, filled by CITY ECHOES. B. IxiwESsTEin & Bro.'s have the hand somest dress goods which were ever shown in .Memphis. the ladies' and children s new hosiery at B. Ixiwenstein & Bro.'s exceed all anticipa tions of the many thousand looking for new styles in that department. let the ladies talk of that irrand opening at B. Lowenstein & Bro.'s. Foster, Trekouse, Peabody, Carolina, Alexamiei:, are the new names of B. Lowenstein & Bro.'s kid gloves, just im- orted, and every pair is guaranteed, 'hree buttons at '75c., $1, SI 25, SI 50; four buttons, $1, $1 25, $1 50. S1J5; six buttons, SI 75; eight buttons, $2, are the extraordinary low prices on these gloves. Excepting the one number (cleajiest mentioned), all the kid gloves they sell are real kid. They have them in oU gold, bronze, myrtle, plnm, navy and the staple colors. Rare combinations of satins, plushts, vel vets with satin de Lyon, satin Marveilleux, silks, etc. A grand feature of interest in the silk de partment this week will be a great sale of the SI 75 satin de Lyon, worth S3 per yard. Plushes for children's sacquea received. Novelties in the mourning goods depart ment opened yesterday at B. Lowenttein S Bros. Oh dit, that in the lace, ribbon and neck wear department of B. Lowenstein & Bros., the city never bad such a stock of gems and high novelties to show. Everything new un der the sun is now opened. B Ixiwenstein & Bro'a are the only house whose departments show such complete as sortments. These are some of the interesting Citv iChoes. FLOYD'S BEST AE RAM. Dinner Parties a Specialty Every Ocl leaey the Market Atlonls Itusi ii ess Men Lose Xo Time in Taking Their Meals at Floyd's. Monday Dinner. SOUP. Oyster. FISH. link a Lake Eric Salmon- Tomato Sauce. BOILED. Boiled Ixsi of Mutton Capar Sance. COLD,, Tongue, nam, Pressed Corned Beef. ROAST. Loin of Beef Dreus Gravy. Leg of Southdown Mutton Caper Sauce, chicken, with Dressing. Ribs of Pork Apple Jelly. Saddle of Venison Cranberry Sauce, ENTREES. Bniiu Patters, Chicken lie, o la .lsglaiV. Lamb Chops, with Potato Rissoles, Veal Cutlets Breaded Cream Sauce. Ijueeu Fritters, Glace au Rum. Pigs Feet Tartar Sauce. VEGETABLES. Mashed Potatoes, steucd Tomatoes, Suitar Corn, Boiled Onions, Lima Beam, Browned Sweet Potatoes, Parsnips Cream Sauce, lyster Plant, Estk Plant, Kriceaaseed Turnips, SALADS AND RELISHES, Chicken Salad, Celory, Dressed lettuce. Pickled ".-t. Olives, Horseradish. PASTRY AND DESSERTS. Lemon, i'ocoanut. Pumpkin and Apple Pies. Cceoanut Pudding Lemon Sauce. Tiinbale of Rice, a la Merrangue. strawberry Charlotte. Merrangyie. a la ChanltUy. Vanilla Ice tSream. Mixed Cake. Fruit and Coffee. HEAVY WOOEEMN. JtlEXKEX BROTHERS. Offer at Special Rargalns: 10- 4 California Blanket", 11- 4 California Blankets, 12- 4 Golden Gate Blanket, Extra Shaker Blankets. BED COMFORTS! BED COMFORTS! Medicated Flannel. Red Shaker Flannel, 4-4 Shaker Flannel, Home-made Flannel. Merino Enderwear. Best Made for Ladies, Best Made for Gentlemen, Best Made for Children. Cloth and assl uteres. Beaver Cloaking Cloths, ? Beaver Overcoatings, Men's and Bovs' -Cassimtrcs. MEXKEX BROTHERS. JJooIm and Shoes Wm. Miller A Co. T , The continued increase of demand for custom-made boots and shoes has induced this firm to employ an additional force of superior worknfen, consequently they are prepared to fill all orders in this line "as well as every thing in the line of the latest styles of boots and shoes for ladies and gents. They are in daily receipt of the late novelties in ladies' kid-button and laced goods, slippers, etc., which are unsurpassed. Remember the place, Win. Miller & Co., 221 Main -treet, under Worsl.um House. Rkaii K. & F.'s notice, 25c gloves. Bh corset steels to fit all corsets at the Manufactory, 355 Main street. "MAMMOTH" CLOTHING HOUSE, 23S .Main Street, Near JelTeraon. Strirllr one price and no deviation. TREMENDOUS STOCK. Fine Clothing for men and bovs at one half the usual price. GRAND OPENING DAY, Wednesday, Oetober 20. Rk aii K. & F.'s notice, 15c alpaca and 12c. Cloeks! Clocks.: Clocks! A great variety from the best manufacturers. For sale on easy weeklv payments. G.'W. FISHER, iftl Swond street. Read K. & F.'s notice, dolmans and cloaks. I ri 'itt'sii able bustles, round skirts and black skirts at the Manufactory, 355 Main street. Read K. & F.'s list of bleached domestics aud calicoes. Bryson A Camp Have just received new parlor suites, bed room sets and full line of carpets of all grades. Read K. & F.'s notice, Frenoh mull, 12Jc. The Louvre corset, the Tuileries corset, the Memphi corset, the Malmaison corset, all for the slender form, at the Manufactory, 355 Main street. Read K. & F.'s 25c and 50c. notice, Irish silk poplin, T. P. Turner. Dentist, 313 Main street. Clothing and Furnishing Goods An extensive and elegant stock of clothing can be found at the store of Johnston & Vance, Xo. 305 Main street, tinder the Pea body hotel. The stock is large and well se lected, comprising everything known to the trade. In the line of furnishing goods and notions a very large variety can be found. I'nderwear is made a specialty by this house, and a large stock is offered for sale at won derfully low prices. Read K. & F.'s notice, sash ribons, 15c, 25c and 50c. DomesUe Pattern... ion sheets just received. G. W. FISHER, 2f.a Second street. Ho! for Atlanta Fair. The Memphis and Charleston railroad will sell round-trip tickets from Memphis to At lanta October 18th, good returning until Oc tolier 25th, at $13 50. Similar tickets will be sold October 10th from the Wtast tions: Grand Junction, $11 95;' Corinth, $10 70; Decatur, $7 85; Huntavillc, S7 JO. Workingiuen and Mechanics, We cordially invite you to inspect our tremendous stock of Clothing, which will be opened WEDNESDAY', OCTOBER 20, I Irani! Opening Dav of the One Price MAMMOTH CLOTHING HOUSE, 33 Main Street, near Jefferson, Memphis, 'lienoiessee. Read K. & F.'s notices and don't delay go ing. PrrrsBUHG, cannel and anthracite coals. BROWN & JONES. 2S2 Main street, Bethel block. Read K. A F.'s notices on laces and beads. The Largest Stock Of clothing and furnishing goods for men, youths and children, to suit everybody. Austin, Berry .v Co, 323 Main street," Mem phis. Xew Enterprise. Memphis will be proud of her new acqui sition, the Great One Price "MAMMOTH" CLOTHING HOlSE, 23S Main Street, Memphis, Tennesssee. Another lot of fraal) Jayelfpot pereh Jnat reeelved at Nlgnalira's. lake DomeoUc Perfect Flit tag Pat tern, A lull stock itlwaya on hand. Call or i WM. FRANK A Ch, J 19 Main Street, RESPECTFULLY CALL ATTENTION TO THEIR SHOE DEPARTMENT. This department we have very much en larged and is at present qnite a feature in our establishment. It will be found attractive, replete with the latest vagaries of fashion, made from the best quality op stock and WORK THAT IS PUT TOGETHER FOR FIRST CLASS CITY TRADE. To our patrons and the general public we will venture the assertion that a saving of at least twenty per cent, can be made on pur chases at our house. Our immense stock is direct from the manufacturer. "We show every kind of a Boot, Shoe and Gaiter for ladies', misses' and children's wear; also, men's and boys' sewed goods, laced and buttoned. All we ask is an examination of stock and a noting of prices in this department to as sure consumers that we are headquarters for the sale ot Boots and Shoes in th s city. Stylish, well finished and durable goods at the lowest possible price. . WM. FRANK & CO., 319 .Main street.. 34 TELEGRAMS I'ucalled for and that May lie Had To rt ay by Calling- at the OlSee at the Hour lent ion Ml. List of undelivered telegrams remaining at the Western Union telegraih ofliee, 33 Madi aon street. Office hours from 8 to 10:30 a.m. and from 6 to 9 p.m.: F L Warner, M S Gary. Gen w Y P Humes, Mrs Virginia Sneed or Miss Kate Kerr, M E Gault. N F Carver, RflM Henry Craft. May & Loveustcin, E L Curtiss, A M Scarbrough, .1 M Greer, Ozanuc Jc May, J Goldsmith, Miss Uetia Baker, i Doan a; Co., Itarkeeper str J 1) Parker, Wells & Moffat. mil, roniaine a t o, W Frolleh 2, c W Gover A Co R M Bradford, .1 J Perres ,t Co, It P Glenn, V II Ellis a, Hcnrv Dietrich, E H Nail, R S Drake Co, K E Patterson it Co. Flaueh MeGhee. Mrs Maggie Snyder. Wm Howies A Sons, Rev R II Mahan, J Lacroix. .1 R Kemp. Woodruff & Oliver, .lames it Graham, Mrs w a carker. Prof H C Lippard. H Morris and wife, Mr and Mrs X C Loeb, V D Euchos. llenrv t'ntermcver, .1 Full's ,t Co, lkcAChas3, Von GunC ell & Mayhofl Gorsuch A: Trca.vant, Samuel Simiisoii, McComiitk & Co, F II Ellis, Mr and Mrs H Morris, Hirsch Morris, Vioper A Co, Hirsch at Kanny Morris. Miss tunny Loeo H Morris i. nd lady, B Bal.b & Co. HOTEL ARRIVALS. PealMMly Hotel 4'. R. Galloway Co., Proprietor. Rates rrf, St and $1 per day. Tae house is fur nished with a steam passenger elevator, and is first class in every department. Seventy-live rooms at & 50 per day. At Peabody Hotel. October 16th. S A Cunningham. Nashv D W Thompson, Clncin'i Ed Cohu. New York I W Cobb, New York L Stern, New York SSimpsor, New Orleans Isacc Shelbv, St Louis II B Hern and fam, Pcnn C B Whitman. Phila'phiaT F Thorr pson. Evansv D C Swine, Philadelphia J Marx. Cincinnati R M McDonough. Little REd Hanks. Nashville T C Barnes, Cincinnati E P Hodsclen, St Louis Edgar King, Glasgow. KyE R Glascock, Cincinnati G D Meliune. I 'olliervilleMisses Su.ndiford, Lex W P Fleming, Bells Depot ington N G Wormcly. Ark Misses Jo'mson, Miss F Blatt, New York MissStclluCamplicll, Miss C L Prince, Baltimore W R Thaser. Louisville H Marine, Cincinnati R Caldwell. Louisville T J Stead, New York F McConnell k fam. Ark T MHcnderson.New YorkLaudon lyon. Va E Herbrieh, Cincinnati J E Churchill, Detroit C H Clarke, Chicago H M Hill, city At Qaaton's. October 16th. J Kcnnison, Newport, KyMrss V Harris, Miss W G Keadv, Lagrange W L Cantrell, Ark T Price. Fort Pillow W T BurlJiolter, Sardis M C Butler. Fort Illlow H A Miller, Miss B J Price, Ark G R Badgett, Ark J A Stewart, Tenn F H Barton, Ark E A Dennet, Greenville F G Bartcu, Ark I) C Hcmden, Bolivar J W Little, Louisville Dr N G Carter, Miss C K Pries:, Tenn J M Patterson, Cincinnati.! B Fulle-, Somerville J C Marshal, Cincinnati .1 E Winsett and son, Ark F Thompson, Cincinnati I Shelby, St. Louis D W Mayo, Louisville W HMorrisiw.Govington J H Allison, New Orleans.! L Cooper. Covington Mrs J W Cook. Helena .1 C Boots Covington E C Boswell, Macon i W Rennets. Miss J A Glover, Oakland J C Crensnaw, Ark W J Irvine and wife, Tenn FOR EABIES ONLY. We take pleasure in announcing to the ladies of Memphis and vicinity that we have taken c-pecial pains in fitting up a depart ment in our great Mammoth One price Cloth ing House exclusively for children and boys clothing. We will make this department of our establishment popular with ladies favor ing us with their patronage, as we intend to make lioys' and children's clothing a special attraction of our business. Xever before in the history of Memphis win seen such c grand display of rare fabrics, nobby designs and rich noveties in in boys' and children's clothing as will be opened for your inspection next Wednesday, October 20th, !rand Opening Bay. We cordially invite you to attend our grand opening display. Ladies will find a force of polite salesmen in this departmeat, who will take especial pains to show them through our stock. Very Respectfully, II. MEYERS A- Co. mammoth: One-lrlee Clotbins; House. o. 238 Main Street, near Jefferson, Memphis, Tenn. Steam Knife Pleating. I am now prepared to do knife pleating, box pleating, fine Parisian p.eating, at rea sonable prices. Give me a trial. (i. W. I'lSHER, M) Second street. Read K. & F.'s notice, damaged silks. ORAND OPEXEWS HAY, Wednesday, October 30, ivso. Immense display of Men's Boys' and Children's Clothing, At the One Price MAMMOTH I eOTIl I t.!HO L NI. 33a Main street, near .leneraon, Memphis, Tennessee. The Rogers-Fleming Wedding On Thursday evening last, at the maternal residence of the bride, 179 Lrion street, was duly solemnized the wedding of Mr. P. C. Kogers, who is well known and highly es teemed in commercial, social and pplitical circles of this city, to Miss Clara, youngest daughter of Mrs. A. Fleming, late of Lou don, England. After the ceremonies an in viting and magnificent supper was laid, dur ing which j..a.t were given and duly re sponded to by the ladies and gentlemen pres ent. The reception parlors were profusely decorated with rich flowers and evergreens, and on the tables were displayed the numer ous tributes of regard presented by the per sonal admirers of the bride anil groom. Only personal friends of the contracting parties were present. Bead K. F.'s notice, damaged Cashmere. Read K. & F.'s notice, 20c silk velvet rib bon. THE CALIFORNIA BOOT, LADIES' Ktn W lXON, LADIES' CLOTH TOPS. SCHOOL SHOES. J. M. HILL A C O., Corner Main and Munroe Streets. Read K. & F.'s notice, dies' cloths. cassi meres and la- l'lojd's Restaurant. "A word in season."' Aftet the Theater take your lady friends to Floyd's and have a nice oyster supper.. The double corset, the corset with the broad band, the O K corset, the genuine abdominal corset, all for stout iorma, at the Manufac tory, odo Main street. Read K. & F.'s notice, jeans slightly dam aged. ' Sewing; Machine Repairs. Having secured the services of a good sew ing machine repairer of fifteer. years' exper ience in the business, 1 am prepared to re pair all kinds of sewing machines. All work guaranteed. o. w. fishkr, '263 Second street. Read K. A F. on passementtrie and fringes Braces for ladies ami gen:lemen; this is the time to wear them; at the Manufactory, 355 Min street, t m . r- rreucli Steam Dye-Work. Ladies' and gentlemen's goods dyed and cleaned at Louis Keigcl's, 58$ Jefferson street. LEUBRIE BROS. THE LIVEI POPULAR AND PROGRESSIVE HOUSE! S o IMMENSE The Great Success Reduce the Prices of Our Entire Stock in the Early Part of the Season to Giye All a CHANCE FOR RARE BARGAINS WHEN GOODS ARE NEEDED. LEUBRIE OCR PRICES MESS GOODSiSMS, SATINS, VELVETS. Suitings, 10, 12 1-2, 17 1-2 and 20c. i AU shades of b0i.. Brocade Novelties, 20, 25 and 30c. Black and colored Silks, G5c up. WoolMomies,33 l-2c; cheap at 50c Arraures, wool, 27 12, 30c up. Shoodah, 32 1-2 np to 90c. Handsome Scotch Plaids, 12 1-2 up to 95 cents. Silk and Wool NoTelties,45c to $3 50 The largest assortment of the celebrated anil well-known indelible Chappas Cachmeres, From S Or, TOe np to 91 7S. The beauty and durability of Chappas Dress Fabrics are so well known that we will not elaborate on their merits, but will only say that we never had such fine qualtics for so low prices, being 10 to 1 2c under last season. K J.KG A T French Dress Goods, From HI to 91 SO. Unriraled Collection of Rich and Beanti fill Fabrics. These include most of our Paris purchases, and are by all odds the best exhibit in high class floods we have ever shown. They are in all the most popular colors and effects, and are worthy of an inspection by every lady. U JN JJ JiiJKi W ISLBJX t. v i; nar . .... i i 'i. .l i. ,,. ror totuies, jnenanuv....u...., AT jZa'L PRICES! In French Knit, Felt, Italian Cloth, Plain anil Ouiltod Satin, Alpaca, All-Wool Flannels Felt Skirt, full size, is the Bargain of the Season. LEUBRIE MILLINERY And Millinery Goods. Our stock comprises the most OF Millinery Novelties ! We claim for our goods that they are superior in "style," finish and artistic ColleGtion . v a-i i i.idavs, if in good order, or textnre to any in Memphis at the , a ref ;. same prices. SATIN AND GR0S GRAIN: No. 7,10c; No.9,l2ic; No. 12, 15c. EXAMINE! Flowers, Feathers. AT NEW YORK PRICES. Wm, Bills, Friipsjraps. LEUBRIE BROTHERS. o Blankets, Comforts, Housefurnishis;- Goods The finest assortment FOR SALE. Handsome Property Xeur tue University of Virginia FOB HALE. SIX ACRK.S; butldlnfrs for small family; fine (Trove: beautiful situation for larger house; specially adapted for a summer residence; adjoins the University. Applv (I". O. University of Va.) to mv agent, Mr. W. P. CONNELL. or to me, at Johua Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. ! B. L. (jlLDKRSLKEVE. ARKANSAS LANDS FOR SALE! LANDS In Arkansas for sale in quantity and quality to suit any and all. Terms, one-fourth cash; balance In one, two aud three years, with sU per cent. Interest. Lands also selected and sur veyed for parties who wish to buy or donate State lands. All Mleoduai made uy actual survey. Terms moderate. Address John T. Burns or O. I'. Lylcs 3U Main t1lltMnhiajr.un. , LEUBRIE CLEARING SALE! o Attending our Efforts, induces us to SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES. I 4 Black ami Colored Silk Velvets,, from .si up. We call especial alt cut ion to our , silk-finish Velveteens, 50c to 1 1 Suits, Cloaks, Dolmaais Ladies' and Misses' Suits and Clonks, Jersey Walking Jackets, English Walking Jackets, black and all new fall shades, $3 a0, 5 o0, up. Handsome Dolmans, in plainanddiagonal cloths,t rimmed passementerie fringe, etc.,? 50, s ;5, io,i2 up. Circulars and Listers, 84, $5 50, $6 75 up llln.1r anil i t.lol'eil !;!! e r floftbtt- ftnplv .-;,,..,i ...wcementorie. silk tmsM $4 50, !jS5, $7 50 up. TZOXS! LETBRIE BROS.' Celebrated Saxon-Beauty Kids! it u hnrrtlv neeessarv far ns 1o snv anv- thing about these gloves. Their durability has been tested by thousands of our ens- C..I1 I ,.,.,.1 .,1 I. ... la .... u In ..." , ,i P , t . and they excel nil former seasons In street tiiiuei s. vui m.i imra" " and evening shades. It maj be well. , . . .,. : however, to quote the prices: ? 1 r 2-Button, 90c 4-Attton. U i Every pair warranted. We have t the exclusive sale of these gloves. BROTHERS MEN'S ANDBOYS'iBOOTS & SHOES. "i CLOTHING. Our stock of Clothing for Boys and Children's Wear is the largest and finest we have ever offered for inspection. We are showing an immense stock of all grades of goods, from a Cheap School to a Fine Dress Suit. We cordially invite every one to call and exam ine our immense stock and see our Noboy Styles. We will not only sell you Better Goods and at Lower Prices than any other store in the i country? hut guarantee every arti cle to he as represented. Any goods purchased from us and nrovintr satisfactory can he not ex.- changed any time within thirty IIIOIIt' Take the Elevator to Upper Floor PASSEMEXTERIE, LACES AND TIES, FICHUS, CHEMISETTES, AU Latest Novelties in NECKWEAR! ARPETS, of New Styles ever opened. UPHOLSTERER. H. BETTENBERG, Cabinet-Maker aud Upholsterer, MANtTFACTUKER OF Furuilnre,Mnttrese,Anlng-suu rots Billiard Tables Altered and Recovered. Furniture repaired, re-upholstered, vamlnh ld packed for shipment. STOBAGE AND ll'lllV el an COMMISSION. !I31 KH-aail Mt. Memplila. Touw. WIRE WORKERS. "llTliiE l.r.Ul!'c. FOX. DOORS am. WINDOWS, yy ror vt ivtiuusea ami iioiiuw: uc-a WOM Wool FLAMNELS. The Plain White Wool Flannels, at 1 8, 22 and 25c. The Plain Scarlets, at 20, 25 and 30c, Are Bargains Unparalleled. Twilled Scarlet Flannels, full Cocliined dye, highly recommended for theirantl rhenmatlc properties, 83, K and 40c per yard. The celebrated All-Wool Shaker Flannels are warranted not to shrink in vrnshing if ordinarv care is used. The 8-4 W hite at G5e, The 3-4 Scarlet M "0c, The 3-4 Gray at 65c, Are Iiiiisiip.l Bar .rains. .. c,o(hs am, Costnme FianneU, in j au the Fashionable Colors. j j j Serviceable Hosiery. ! LADIES' . J Balbrfcrsran Hose, seasonable weights. ! 25c per pair. ! Fleeced Cotton Hose, 25c per pair. Brown Mixed Hosiery, 3 pairs for Fancy Colored Hose, 3 pairs for $1. Solid Colored Hose, all colors, 50c pr pair. CHILDREN'S HOSIERY The fine st line and greatest variety erer I shown, all quaUties, from 25c p l"r 'MEN'S HOSIERY. 1 - , , . xer I Fancv styles Cotton Half Hose, 25c J " 1 1 4 i A great variety of styles, 3 pairs for tjll I ' t i a--, ana ssaal llnlf 1 1 . as. .Oe lie r on I r . :t r.iii i ! have ane and finer full fashioned. W lower grades than thone quoted, but they are recom- j mended for their durable qualties. Our SI Trimmed THE BEST GOODS 1'OR THE LEAST MONEY! Keep only the Best Makes. ors Our HI aud U 0 Corsets Have no equals in this market. Ft 1,1. I I M S OF FINER QUALITIES Knibraelns; all the Popular Shanes, at Our USUAL LOW PRICES. AND ZEPHYR GOODS. LADIES' DNDERWEAB. elevator for; TAKE i III UPPER FLOOR. Prices the Lowest Quoted BROS ROOTS A 1 SHOES. Leading Shoe Store in Southwest. Cjr"E0IALTIERui Ladies', fictits' and CliflriMn. i Handmade Gnoilsol the fluratanri lvu.i tn.ki- i.r,Hii.-...l iu th. wiirhl I'nri-iinili.rt i. , MOlJCsiVNSK SHtllil P,.r..ill.l... ' "f"!' : . . - . : . - - ......v.. lty ones . - . . . . - uninni . fS III H II. Silt Um , . ' . ' . T ZELLNEB 6c CO.. S88MALNST COR. MADUON, MEMPHIS, n CARRIAGES. OWEN LILLY, PRACTICAL BUILDER OF FINE Light Carriages. TKFFP A SELECT STOCK (exelnal vely ( m own mannfaetare) CONSTANTLY ON HANf) I ain also prepared to build (TO ORDER) any or all of the modern styles of Bar. arlei and Family Carriages now in nse. I use SthinS but the F.RY llEST MATERIAL, and employ strictly frrst-class mechanics. REPAIBOG, In all Its branches, done nroinptly and In the beat manner OWK 1.1 1. ,V. 44 A .lams at. SELECT STOCK (exelnslyel LIVER IBfVIGORATOR. DrSANFORDIS VIGORATOR Only Vegetable Compound that acts directly upon tne L-iver, ana cures Liver Complaints, Jaun dice, Biliousness, Malaria, Cos tiveness, Headache. It assists di gestion, strengthens the system, regulates the bowels, purifiesthe blood. A Book sent free. Dr. Sanford, 162 Broadway, N. Y. rOR SAI.1: BY ALL PSOOOMTS SAFE BITTERS. A vegetable preparation and the only sure Dlabcira. aad Ala. Kldner, saver and plr in tne w..na u.r uriim utmur. V dual y Diaeaaca. aa-Testlmonlalsof the hlansat order lnnaol of these alatc-meuu. c Vj F. ir the cure of blabrtea, call far War. nor a auue maaein rr. na-For the euro of Brianfa and the other lint-ases. rail for Warner's Mate Htdaey and EJ ver rare. SeTTWarner's Safe Reme dies are sold by Uranista ana -iseaseitt in medicine eferywhere. Proprietors, Rm- heater, H.T. I . Send for Pamnhlat and Testimonials, STEAMBOATS. For Sale Very Cheap for Cash. cjteamer Bertha lee. built O in May, 1OT"J; 131 feet long, 21 feetj beam, 4U feet hold; two lever engines rv, luehes by 41', feet stroke; two steel boilers: niaaes steam easy and very fast; tows well; full rabln; oul0 complete and good ; newly painted this sumir ' Cost r-ono; price $7500 If sold soon. Addr ' BROWN A: JONES, Memphis Tenn FOR CAIRO AND ST. Ipmg. St, Louis nnl Vlekabnrsr Anrhor Line - 1. H. .nall-FOK CAIRO JarS ST. SI0U1S City ot rrovinence, Ix'nox master. Will leave the Anchor Line Wharfboav Tins DAT, oitoD-.T i.iu. ai hi a.m. f or freight or passage applv to AD STORM. Sup't on vharftoat. St. Louis and . Orlrana Anchor Line FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOTI8 rnidBg Mtar, Miller, master. Will leave the Anchor Line wharlboat M0N- DAY, Oil. lhth, at 13 m. For freight or pasfase n..iiit . pply lo AD STORM. Sip't on wharl i. r hI Via IRitior Line. Mall -KIK CAIRO ANII ST. I Alt If. lite. Cieiievieve, d. a. ;'. uiaMor the An. hor Line wlinrfboat MONDAY. October ISth, at p.ii- f or Irvijrht or iwssagc up sage ill rflioat . Al) STORM. Sup't on II IIH FOR VICKSBURO. Louis aud Vlelmbnrw A arbor Live United Statra Mall (UK vicivsnvnu. oll Must, .T V. McCnrd master. Will leave the Anchor Line wharfboat SUN DAY, Oct. 17th, at 10 a.m. f or irelgm or passage apnl to AJ.X STORM. Sup't on whar riuuwi. FOR BlIAiVNEK VILLACiK. For .Shawnee Village and Old 1(1 ver--For Pacific Place, Shawnee Village and all way and plantation ..indlngs The Ileal little steamer I n A IF I'ilC. o-car Postal master will leave as aiiove iiAti, at &p.m. For Irclght ,r i :i.--a.- :i-t,;.I ol. ird. FOR NEW ORLEANS. Konthern Transporlatlon Line For Vleks- burg, Natchez and Ncm Orleans Steamer 1 lierokee, George Wolf inasUr. Leavsa Mempati Wharfboat Monday. tK-t. tsih at " p.m. For freight or iwssage apply to R. I'. (1LKNN, Agent. St. Louis and New Orlrana Anrhor Line For Vicksburg, Natcheaand New Orkins Steamer Jity ot Alton, Illxby, master. Will leave the Anchor Line wharfhoui si Muiv OcIoIht 17th, al 10 a.m. For freight or passage apply to AD STORM, Sup t on wharfboat.' Keuul.-ir V. in phis a e Orleans Packet for the Season For Vicksbnrg. Natchcx, New Or leans and Way landings Steamer V. P. Chouteau, r.jKZLn W. II. 'I hnrwel tan master ; Geo. Sfilu'ooemerTclT Leaves as above WKDNESDAY, Oct. aoth, at 5 p.m. For freight or passage apply to J. T WASHINGTON. Aitcnl. H Madlsrin st- FOR ARKANSAS CITY. For Arkansas ii j and Pine III ml K. K. Adams U. S. Mail Line steamer For Helena, Friars Point. Arkansas City and Pino Bluff R R. Ouachita Belle, -sjpT, M R. ( lw.-k. must, r Cummins, . 1' kdBQBnnwflaV Leaves as alxirr and all way landings every MON DAY and THURSDAY, at 5 p.m., oonnectliig at Arkansas Citv every Tuesday with steamer Dean Adams for Greenville and Vicksburg. J. T. WASHINGTON, Agent. 5k Madlv '11 si FOR ST Line The new aiid cleg- ,,- B. ti. Hall -ar .-utpassengor steame- SiiT 'SS I Banning, cl'ka :- -"I'hls EVERY TUESDA KNI.NGS, at 5n.m.. for " . and SAT. s.ui-on xtnl all Intermediate lan-V -artaana, the J. U. . t.Nr uAi.u Snn't. FOR CO ilMFDI'lT" Xemphla, Corn' Paeket " K '",er ! Rends W. J he elemni a -- i .'si .learner 1'oitevent. t-MZk, I V..M U. .1." WnBnlBUBBW ove DULY, at Sv "2S Jrjiassag, snplron tioard. FOR VHITB ANtSjclTRIVERHr' 'HlvVrYPp iSSSSASS "d rocahonus: Will S. mai POQabanta for I'.,,, l.i. .. . .... s, and with and Upper White rive. Thi,,."" ''' ")' uie Daily Packets to Batesvlllo Freii .uiht ci ii i .-. t i r," ,. .'.'." m"? omnw. or Terrene. irtiTE T,," Meniphia R w TTi ;;U'.ron-(iM' forwarded R. W. LI(.HTy'p;.; Agent, 7 Monroe st. FOR HELENA. Le Line Klramers-Far sjlendale Helena The elegact passenger steamer f. oalioiiia. George Mulone. . master I Kd. CrfiwcT Will leave EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY, al 5 p.m. For freight or passage ap ply on board, or No. 3 Madison street. JAM KB LEK. Ja. , Bupl For Helena and Way Landinca The new Iron Palace Steamer JOHN T. MOORE, nSfc J. E. Montgomery , master W. A. 8tonT7rTlerC Will leave as alwve every TUESDAY. THURS DAY and SATURDAY at 5 p.m. For freight or passage apply on board. R W. LIGHTMTRNK, Agent, 7 Morn- . LEE LINE STEAMER For . I e ml ale. Helena and James l.ee Clank T aa maato. I 111. fen 9 Frlara Pla 1 wm tU -iow. clerk. wrvrr a v tirtnv - ftS above OH fVi-rv OmNo ;.;g: FRIDAY, at 4 p.n FOR WHITE RIVER. If or Devalls I. lull', Augusta, and 11 i-olnta through i.i jii. K-miiK.n . I lie cl.sgant iiassei red er,our Jiii li-oiiiKirt The elegant sec sivaiacr John A. Williams A. Wiltlains master i Will leave as above cave a. above THIS DAY, Oct. 16th, at IS pTm. frelL-ht or passage api.lv ;o T.WA8HnroTON, A;'t, 3S MadUon afreet. J Memphis &. White River Packet Brrciar Independent Xemnlila and rt'hite River Packet-For Augusta, Jackson port. Searcy, and way points. The regular Indepen dent Packet HARD CASH, E. C. Postal, master I C. Postal, ct'k.i Will leave Memi.his EVERY WKDKPif aud after Wednesday, Sept. 1st, at 5 p -j, Kortrelaht or passage apply to K. W. UGlfBURNK. No. V Monroe st.. opp. Kal.wi, h JjSCE0LA. Tri-Woeklj. V. Si. Mrll - dph, mim.,. Ose.eaadwor wwt-um neiie. t,r',mva I Wm. Smlthers. el'k. dIv Tj'Js1'.!'"1? !T MONDAY? Notice to fTIHS lusotvonov of the A deecascd, havluz be mcusinm oaetrjjrs sunn; vi uie urccug nereu me to xat lure, noriee la 1 y wm LIVE" IN FRANCIS RT-y E Josie 5iappy, r-CZs onuX'. .TOT: AATORliA V. .1 ! p. L Ull'k'l'l il I 1 I I IIIIV s- . - 1 II. I. 1 Wit '-"--