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APPEAL. THE MEMPHIS, TENN., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, I88O. VOL. XXXIX -NO. 370 ESTABLISHED 1840. MEMPHIS ADVERTISERS are carnally requeued lo in! in their Javort before nine o'clock to-niyhl. lly doing to they vi'l greatly facilitate our get ting to prtu early and firing them a hand i imr dinplay. Thk latest from Washington in to the effect that Mahone m probably going to act with the Republican party. Hawkins will Wat Wright by about 24,000 niaj .rity.and Wright will beat Wilson by about 25,000 majority. MAHONE AGAIN At tin' r' rout -This Time He is Said to be Playing for the Federal Patron age of Virginia, in Consideration for Which He Will Vote with the Ttlmn f)maWW wi" be Garfield's succes r in the I'niled State senate. That, at ant, in MttUd, (Jovernor Foster conaenting. Wii.i.iam K. MooitE, according to hi own statement, represents "midnight asaamins, kukliix night prowlers," and "hell-deserv-ing monsters." Is twelve of the southern States during the year 1878, wonderful aa it may seem, the statistic tell us that s,000,000 were spent for public schools, more than 600,000 colored rhildren were taught. -i.si i: a i. I.awton, an earnest friend of ( ieneral Grant, is a candidate for the United States senate, in opposition to Senator Joe Drown, who wants to keep the place to which lie succeeded on the resignation of (ieneral cordon. The Somcrville Fairvn says that if the Appeal believed, aa ii had good cause to believe, that Wm. K. Moore had traduced the people who had sustained him and built him up, it was a plain duty to let the intelli gent voters of the district know it. The Mobile Regieter thiukR that gentlemen who were formerly engaged iu administering on the effects of the south, commonly called carpetbaggers, will learn with a feeling akin U that of Tantalus that the State treasury of Texas now c ntains nearly $1,000,000. Imagine William K. Moore interviewed by the reporter of a bloody-shirt organ. tjuettion What is the general character of vour constituents for law and order? An- turn. They have none. They are hell-deserving monsters, midnight assassins and ku- kltix night prowlers. Tnt invective which the Appeal poured ipoa William It. Moore did not cause hi election. It was the stolid indifference of many Iemocratic voters, who stayed away from the polls and forgot a religious duty -every American freeman owes to his country the duty of voting. So say the Somcrville Republicans in the Organization of the Senate, thus Securing to that Party the Appointment or all the Com mittee His Recent Visit to Washington. products at $249,000,000. These figures, how ever, when analysed, show that it is not the manufacturers but the artisans of Chicago who need "protection." The pay of the oper atives is only $326 per capita per annum, while the capital earns, in value of output over and above cost of material and labor, a dividend amounting toforty-two and one half per cent., or $34,000,000 per annum. In other words, the dividends on an invested capital of sy,000,000 are only 33,000,000 less than the totol earnings of 113,"07 hands. HAYES'S TV0RKF0RC0NGRESS LsstXmsaic lo Cona;re He will I.Ike. Ijr Recommend b I lire Ni t -1 ; o Thirty Year Bond Ami n Liberal Sratenioflmprovenienli Ha will Alan Call Attention totUe Electoral Vote. By the blenting of a good Providence, and the industry and skill of a genuine and noble people, the south is determined to be the roost blessed portion of the I'nion, spd the garden sp:it of the world. Kooh in their rueanncsa may deride ami seek to be little ihe south, but they will only have their trouble lor their reward, and their folly for their pains. The defeat of John M. llright, present member of congress from the fifth district, U very generally regretted throughout the Stat. He is one of the ablest members of the house, aafe, conservative legislator, and aa chairman o the committee on claims is regarded the very soul of honor. He wa alwavs in the line of his doty and will lie missed by his party associates by whom he was highly esteemed. rtrt.p v Til, the Xcw York Tribune' Irish correspondent, of his own personal knowl edge and experience aays that the charge thai the Irish peasant (a constant drinker, is a gross and cruel oalumn,'. c"ur ,hcre ew rash, fooluti creatures who are an exception; hut, as a raW, the Irish peasant is temperate, both from necMsliy and from religious in fluences. Primkcnn". -Jfecd'y rare in rural Ireland. The gentlemen who are mentioned aa as pirants for Roman's place, are Levi P. Mor ton, Conkling's cltv-est political friend; Gene ral George II. Sharpe, Tom Piatt, Frank Hiseoek, John H. Starin, John M. Francis, of the Troy Time, and a host of others, even in cluding such positive opponents of Conkling ism aa ara Ellis II. Roberts, George William funis and Judge Robertson. It would be a Strang combination which placed the win ning trick in the hands of any of the last naraed gentlemen, yet it is not impossible. Washington special to Cincinnati Enovi : "Mahoue. of Virginia, as he styles him self, has been hobnobbing here all day with George torham,of California. lie is chatty on all subjects save the important one as to what iolitical party he intends to cast his lot with alter March 4th next. It was noticea ble to-day that all who called upon him were Republicans, not a single Democrat making him a visit. He said that he reserved to himself the right just now to he-secretive, and he added: 'No man knows my position, and no man will know until I act. I have no confidants.' Mahoue has had a varied exierienee. in looks lie is very ordinary, ne is small in stature, spare in nuini, ana put to gether loosely with a succession of oiled joints. Hia linen is far troin white, his clothes hang to him rather tnan nt, anu his general make-up is brigandish. He aBect the southern sombrero style of slouched hat. His eye is his weapon. It is a steel gray, rather' cold when the face is in repose, but which yields to decided animation when lit is discussing a subject which interests) him. He sipeaka quickly and rather loud, and Is a better listener than talker. There is no doubt Mahoue came here at the invitation of prom inent Republicans, and that a plan t reor ganize the senate by the aid of his vole is in process of incubation. His traveling com panion is Collector Rranly, of the Petersl.nrg internal revenue district. Absolutely, as far as can lie learned, were it not for the almost equal division of party lines, Malione would as leave retire from the senate as serve in that body. He was at one time the president of the consolidated lines oi railroad in Vir ginia, at a salary of $25,000 per annum. All the Virginia roads are now bank rupt and in the hands of receivers. For a time Mahone acted as receiver of the consolidated lines, and if it could lie arranged to put him back in this old posi tion he would abandon the senate, and be smart enough to choose his Nucoesao. Early in the stage of the late Presidential cam paign the Republicans had determined -to make a fight to secure the election of Gar field and Arthur electors. It was subse quently abandoned. While negotiations were pending George Gorham was the factotum of the National committee. It was dnring these negotiations he became acquainted with Ma lione, and a kindly fellow-feeling, one for the other, grew out of it. Gorham since the election has again been assigned to take care of Mahone, and the visit or the latter here now gives rather fair internal evidence that something is going on." Has ataktoass Hold Oat? Washington special to the Louisville ('ourier-Journol: "General Mahone, the Vir ginia sphynx, has been here and gone. What his purpose is he has revealed to no Demo crat. What his errand here has been is not generally known. Hitherto he has professed to be a Democrat. He insisted throughout the campaign that his electors, if chosen, would cast their votes for Hancock. He proclaimed himself in favor of the Demo cratic national ticket. The regular Demo crats of Virginia always doubted him, and told their friends that Mahoue would cast the vote where it would do him most good, should Virginia unfortunately elect his ticket. In short. Virgiuia IleniocratH of good character have never t nected auv good oi Mahone, but have looked for nothing from hint but treachery. Notwithstanding all this publicly declared suspicion of him and his motives by men who knew him let, Mahone insisted through out the campaign that he favored Hancock, and thai his electors would vote for him should they b chosen. He even visited Hancock at Governor Island. His visit here is mysterious and suspicious. Not withstanding his alleged lovalty to the Dem ocratic part, , )e ia evidently not above bar gaining with BepatHan politicians, and during his brief sojourn to Washington he gave ahnndant evidence that he merits the bad opinion coue,-ning him held by Vir ginia Democrats, Jfe caie here with a Re publican office-holder, Pollecfor. Ijri-i!y, of Petersburg, Virginia, whom he pronojjaced his most intimate friend, and hia ymrpoae in coming was evidently to allow himself to be immxrhed bv Reoublican politicians. Ma- 11033 Das UlSCOVercu aa tic mn, w wm arbiter tit tJe senate. There will be thirty vvel; Democrats ad $ like number of Ro dublicans iri ?( senaie, aud lffij vis and Mahone. It fc positively Uowa how Judge Davis will vote in the irtfaJUZa tion of the senate, When the Democrats or ganized the senate of the forty-sixth con gress he was not present, and re not paired Judging from his well-known viewn, lioweTer, he will probably vote against making any change in the present officers of the aenate, or in the composition of the standing coni mittoea. Ha is not in favor of turning anv one out of office for party reasons; so that even were he more nearly allied to tile Kc- The Bills and Resolutions Left Over by Both Honses on the Adjournment of the Last Session More Legisla tion Thus Cut Out Than Can he Disposed of. Other Important Measures, Such as the Apportionment Under the New Cen susThe Funding Operations and the Silver Bill The Elect oral Count. Washington special to the Cincinnati En quirer: President Hayes will begin the preparation of hia last message to congress at an early day, and haa requested the heads of all the'departments to forward their rec ommeudatione as soon as they can be pre- Eared. The message will not be nearly so mg as the last, and will contain but few im portant recommendations. Whatever sug gestions may be offered by Secretary Sher man touching the reiunding of the bonds maturing early in 1881 will be incorporated in the message. The probability is that a three-sixty-five thirty-year bond will be rec ommended. With four per cent, bonds at a premium of 109, there is no doubt but that a three-sixty-five bond would not only be floated at'par, hut that a syndicate will glad ly give a premium to take Ihe entire amount necessary to refund the outstanding live and eix per eents. This is evidenced by the fact that the thrae-sixty-five bonds ot the Dis trict of Columbia, the interest of which is guaranteed by the United States, already rule at a premium. The President, in view inf the prosperous condition of the country and the increasing receipts of the United States, together with the surplus revenues, will undoeaHedly recommend a liberal sys tem of improreiiKnta, and, more especially, the improvement of the Mississippi river. This great artery of inland navigation would long since have been more liberally provided for had not the unfortunate sec tional issue been associated with it. The southern representatives treated the im provement of the river and the building of the levees as a distinctive southern measure of relief, and hence suffered by it. President Hayes is heartily in favor of the improve ment of titc liver; and so, also, is his successor-elect, being on record committed thereto in a speech made in the nouse. the President will qall the attention of congress to the fact that there is no provision for the counting of the electoral vote. He will urge in view of- there being no dispute now on the presidential contest already passed, that con gress pass some law which will avert any troublt) as to a disputed count in the future. Of our foreign policy, hot little will be said, except to reiterate tlie oft-repeated expres sion that "we are at peace with all nations." A history of the tiring upon American merchantmen on the high seas by the Span ish men-of-war will be recited, and the steps already taken bv the government to secure reparation will be fully set forth. No rec ommendation will be made looking to the reduction of taxation, or any change in the existing tariff system. The President will ask congress to liberally ap propriate for the improvement of the Wash ington harbor of the Potomac, which is fast filling up with accretions injurious to health. A detailed account of the negotiations with the L'te Indians will be incorporated in it. Allusion will be made to the contemplated inter-oceanic canal. It U believed the Presi dent will take the ground that the canal, if built, should be under American auspices. The Chinese question it is not thought will be alluded to, but will be left to be dealt with unembarrassed by the incoming admin istration. Congress will be reminded that as yet there has been no provision made for the payment of United States deputy-marshals, .and a recommendation that an appropriation covering pait expenditures on this scqre, and to provide tor tuture contingencies, will he made. In closing his message, the President will take occasion to make a retrospect of his administration, f hia will not be in the na ture of fulsome eulogy, or a defense of what may have fc eii his shortcomings, but will be rather a recital of what it has accom plished, to rest upon Its own laurels. C ITY AFFAIRS. I.iriativ Council Meeting A Small Amount of Baslnraa The Cotton Morasf Ordinance to be Rigidly Knforeed. yesterday afternoon a meeting of the leg islatjye ppijcil was hel'd at the" courthouse; fhe loliowifljj members'' were' present': D. T. Porter, John Overton, jrv hMjd Junn, J. M. Goodbar and W. N. Brown. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved ; after which the follow ing business was transacted. vspeCTOR's KF.PORT FOB OCTOBER. Inspector 44Jo;y reported collections fcr the nlUl 9 October at t bo, Octt people used to consider themselves tand u he considered 'cute, hut that virtue appears to be leaking away. During the half year ending June, 1RT8, the English exported 32,800,000 yarda of cotton fabrics, and in the a!a half year in J871), 114,156,000 yarda. We sit still and let navigation laws and other obnoxious legislation take from us what enterprise and the employment of proper agencies in Brazil would make our wn. la It 'cute to lit Kngiaad monopolize the trade of our neighbors in Mexico atid Hrazil? AVho will raise the hattle cry for a wider 4el4 for onr exports? on leans man ne aciuany is, ne oum iji" bablv vote for the retention of the officers and committees of the present senate. This would rlye the Democrats one majority and leave Mahone an active independent, with a vote that would either emphasize the Demo cratic majority or make the -enate a tie, giv ing the aaswag vote to Arthur. Mahone is trading in thU ajtuation oi affairf. He wants to command the patronage of his State, and he feels himself iu a splen- . . - 1 - I . 1 . . . T did position to succecu in ma oeFircs. lie has not vet declared that ho ill act with the ' Repnbiiaiss, but he gives signs that he can be induced to. u lie could, he would make a trade with Judge Dans. i hold off to- so .IDF. TRAOlf OS LAJU1'0. W. A - McGowan petitioned for permissioii to lay side track sufficient to accommodate lour cars, connecting jjrith ylie Mississippi 1 rn ,..,;!,-,, ,.1 in mii rt llie 11. auu tawaav iiiv.i, . -t i Customhouse and post office, for the purpose of delivering marble at the paid building., and to be removed when the marble work is j finished. The petition was rejected, TROUBLES A BOLT SCAX.ES. II. Parker, a mechanic, sent in a petition stating that he had discovered discrepancies in certain scales bearing the seal of the in spector of weights and measures, and asking that a committee be appointed to investigate the condition of all scales bearing said in spector s seal. A committee was appoinieu: j Messrs. Brown, Overton and Goodbar. T. A. eboni president of the City oil : works, irctiiiu.cd uir jicrwisstonto rejtan the .sent sidewalk put down oy 111. conij.ony, front of their works on Old MnutaOn Washington special to the New York Hei ald: "At the coming session of congress, be sides the counting of the electoral vote, there are three other very important matters to be settled, failing in which the convening of the fortv-sevcntli "congress in extra session at an early day in 1881 will be absolutely neces sary". The first in order will be the reappor tionment for congressional representation during the next fen yearp, beginning with the forty-eighth congress. The census returns of this year are sufficiently completed to show that, accepting the basis last adopted, the house would be increased from 293 to 3t 8 members. Southern and western States will be the gainers, whether on the basis provid ing for an increased ratio or an increase in the number of congressmen to le elected; but in the event that the recent election shows that the Republicans are to have control of the house, with the senate evenly divided, necessity may be imagined which would lead the next President to call an extra session of eongTcre to inquire whether, under section 2 of the four teenth constitutional amendment ami section 22 of the revised statutes, the right to vote in some of the southern States has not been abridged, and the sending out of special com mittees to investigate the subject may be the first step of the forty-seventh congress, to ascertain whether the number of representa tives from the southern States ought not to be reduced as the law provides shall be done in certain contingencies, and the solid south shorn of a portion of its 138 votes. The next important question is not of a political or sectional nature, but involves the financial honor of the nation the repeal of the silver bill, which will be the burden of the message of President Hayes and the main feature of the report of Secretary Sherman to congress. On the first of December next the assets of the treasury of the United States will be about S270.000.000. Of this amount over SSO.000.000 will be in silver. The official statements published by the treasury depart ment since the resumption of specie pay ments to January 1, 1870, show that the liabilities and assets have changed but very little. The liabilities are a little over $270, 000,000. Of this amount nearly S40, 000,000 must be paid in gold, re ducing the .gold coin and bullion assets from $140,000,000 to $100,000,000. Should the silver law not be repealed at the next session of congress, mid no legislation be had before the time fixed for the regular meeting of the forty-seventh congress, the silver coin age would 'lie increased $21,000,000 and ihe purchase of silver bullion would reduce the gold ooin from $100,000,000 to about $75, 000.000, so that the assets on December 1, 1881, would show that the gold actually be longing, to the United States treasury would be less than $80,000,000 and the silver would be $105,000,000, and our specie basis would be practically on silver, with the right of the secretary of the treasury to refuse to redeem legal tenders in anything but Bilver. The gold coin assets might be increased by dis continuing the purchases of bonds for the sinking fund, but the law would have to be changed authorizing the secretary of the treasury to do so. At Republican congres sional headquarters the basis of representa tion for the next ten ycars and election in vestigations in the south is deemed of the highest national importance. In the treas ury Secretary Sherman and his associates regard the repeal of the silver bill as of the highest importance. The first thing to be urged is the repeal of the law making it obligatory to coin silver and the repeal of the law authorizing the is sue of silver certificates with authority of law to discontinue the issue of one and two ijollar legal.tender notes until the fifty odd millions of standard silver dollars and the S25.000.000 f fractional silver coin have en tered into circulation. The third important question is the necessity ot making provision for funding $0, o,000,000 ot honus, S-'UU.UW, 000 of winch are six per cents., the remain der fives. The sixes are redeemable J une oOthnext. and the fives Mav 1st next. There are S104.lXl0.000 four per cents, not issued aud whether the bill of Mr. Wood, limiting funding operations to a three-and-a-half per cent. bond, will be passed at the coming ses sion, or the respdnil'ility of providing for a new ?ond will devolve Upon the forty-seventh eonzres. tne tuture Uone Lao determine. Practically the coming session will have but eleven weeks in which to dispose of the ap propriation bills and the other important matters, and upon its action depends very much the avoiding of a necessity for an tra ;ession of the forty -eighth congress." Wiaconefn supreme court, and James B. Caa sidy, of Joncsville, to be asaociate justice. Chicago, November 12: The international fat stock exhibition, to be held at the expo sition building, will begin on Monday next. Quite a number of handsome cattle have already arrived, and the affair promises to lie a great success. New York, November 12: A large num ber of persons who had deposited money with the Ladies' Mining and Stock exchange, 23 1'nion Square, are said to be searching anxiously for the manager, Mrs. M. E. War ren. The exchange is closed. Chicago, November 12: A suit was brought by 'several women against J. W. Bugbie, manager of the Ladies' train exchange to day, the suitors alleging the concern to lie a swindle. It is not likclv that they will re cover any of their margins or profits. Annapolis, Md., November 12: The gov ernor has issued his warraut for the execu tion, on the 14th of January ne.t, of William Milbourn, colored, convicted for the murder of William Powhattan aliax William John son, in Summerset county, on the 20th of J uly last. New York, November 12: The production of anthracite coal will not be restricted until after the close of navigation. The demand for coal is not large, except at the west, and some of the companies are said to be making through agents large contracts for future de livery. Chicago, November 12: The land-grant ex cursion to the western States and Territories is attracting vast numbers of travelers. On Wednesday four thousand of these visitors IMMENSE ARRIVAL OF NEW Dress Goods! Dress Goods! AT passed through Chicago, and the same num ber on Tuesday, and probably as many more yesterday. They come from all parts of the country to look at valuable lands along the lines of the various land-grant railroads. MISCEOEXATIOX. Young White Ulrl Rnni Away Witn and Marries a Colored Man, Black ing Her Face for tbe Purpose. Kingston, N. Y., November 9. -Social circles at Gardiner, in this county, are greatly excited at present over the elopement and marriage of Miss Carrie M. Plant, a young white woman, with James W. Sampson, a mulatto. Miss Plant is a niece of Mr. John H. Deyo, a well-to-do farmer residing in the town of Gardiner, who during the war was extensively enaaged in trading along the Mississippi, and was estimated to be worth $150,000. He was well known at New Or leans and thereabouts. After the war Mr. Deyo settled down on his farm in this county, and, as he was childless, his niece, Carrie Plant, was adopted into the family. During the past sum mer Mr. Deyo, being sick and un able to assist in the working of his farm, hired James Wesley Sampson, a young col orcled man about "twenty-one years of age. He was a good worker, polite and pleasant about the house and farm, and soon won the good will and respect of those about him. After a time it was noticed that Wesley was paying Miss Plant too much attention, and her uncle, two weeks ago, concluded that it would be advisable to send his niece oil' on a visit for a month or so. But before he could make his intentions known both Wesley and his niece were missing. Search was at once instituted, but without avail. The climax was reached on naturdav last, when it was liscovered that, after encounterin, many dilhctiltics, the runaway pair ha been made man and wife. Sampson and his bride, it finally leaked out, had visited a number of ministers and a justice of the peace, but under no circumstances would they listen to their entreaties to be married. They had about given up in despair, and left for the house of one James Cantine, who keeps a-low resort. There the wife of Cantine (a white woman) resolved that the pair should united even if she had to resort to strategy. It was decided that Miss Currie's face should he blackened with burnt cork. This was done, and the pair started off to the parsonage oi the Reformed Dutch church of Stone Ridge, where Rev. V. S. Hulbert, the pastor, with out for a "moment suspecting the deception, united them in wedlock. When the news reached her former home her uncle was near ly crazed. Sampson and his wife have set tled down at Lapala, a negro colony not far from this city. Miss Plant, who is now about seventeen years of age, would have fallen heir to the larger part of the property of her uncle, who is estimated to be worth from $00,000 to $70,000. A CHARMIXU TRIP. Illlls I.ert Over. New York lYt&tine: "When the house of representatives reassembles on the 6th of next mon'h Hie unmoors win nnu - . - B. Lowenstein & Bros. We will open TO-MORMOW, November 8th., an entire New Idne of FltEXC Bi PLAIDISJirVBIAK Cheveron Checks, Cashmere de Xsloise, Shooda Cloths, Jersey Webbings, Cash mere de Ciidie, Ladies' Cloth. ALSO FANCY BROCADE NOVELTIES! FOR STREET AND EVENING WEAR. Black aud Colored Surrah (Silks, ' Brocaded Velvets, Plain Velvets, Satin, Satin de layou. And an Immense lane of TRIMMING SILKS. Having just received these goods from the RECENT CUEAJr SALES IN NEW YORK, we are prepared to offer Great Inducements to Purchasers. B. LOWENSTEIN & BROTHERS. OUR LADIES" DEPARTMENT To the Ladies Who DO NOT BUY AT KREMER'S TO THE TRADE! The rush U over. Indications point to lower price of all kind of Leather Goods. Buy prudently. Assort'your stock with small and frequent purchases from near-by markets. Place no future orders. Cotton is drooping. Steer for the shore. We offer yoo a Full Line of Fresh Goods New Stylet of onr own manufacture at as Low FiKarca aa any market ta tile Halted Stataa. Having been much enlarged, we shall place on stale THIS WEEK very Handsome and Xovel GARMENTS at Hnprecedentedly low prices. A very handsome All-wool Diagonal DOLMAN, elaborately trimmed, at 8W usual price 815. Choice styles CLOAKS and DOLMANS, in Heaver Diagonal Cloth, Cecilian Cloth and Silk, at tar below prevailing prices. CIRCULARS in great variety. 1VALKIXC JACKETS in new shapes. ULSTERS of various quality fabrics. You cau make a selection in this Department from 2 SO to SlOO; garment, style and prices in all respects correct. We shall also place on sale in this Department 25 LADIES" FLAN NEL SUITS of the Newest Shapes and Colors, at S8 5 each never before sold for less than S12 50. Also, LADIES" RLACK SILK COSTUMES at 824. LADIES" SATIN and BROCADE COSTUMES. IjWO- valued at 850 CORSETS in very great variety best makes best shapes and Lowest Prices. The ttreat Exenrslon to New Orleans Thnnday, Deeeniber 2. 1SSO paowa pnin to o Orleann and Re turn Only sit 30. I'lic consolidation with ns of onr St. Lonis House has worked a wonderful change. Our stuck is larger and com. pleter, and our Prices much Lower than ever before. We are not bent on taking orders, but arc jnst as willing to sell the goods alone, a:d take just as much pains In getting up combinations. We offer THIS WEEK a complete line of handsome Silk Velvets, iu black and all shades, at $1 per yard. A complete line of Brocaded Satins, in all colors and combinations, at $1 25. A complete line of all-wool double-fold French Shoodas, all shades, at 75 cents. A complete line of Trimmed Derby Hats, in all colors, at 50 cents. A complete line of Silk Plush Derbys in black and all combinations at $1. A complete line of French Ostrich Plumes, triplex finish, nil colors, at $3 50. A complete line of all-Silk Satin and tiros-Urain Kibbons, in all shades, at 5 cents. A beautiful all-wool, tight fitting, long walking Jacket at $8 50. A beautiful Plush Circular at $10. Come and see the Transformation. . He Sl E. G. Tickets dood to Return on All Reg ular Trains for Fifteen Days. i colulur whlctf co.'.Ui'.p street, and not be compelled to put down 1 the further order of the 1 to the W agree wit'a the Mobile RegiHe, thai wK'ito he southern Democracy arc intensely difmrted with the inompetency or worse thst loat the partv the State of New York, thu does aot affect their allegiam-e to the (rand old orgaaiiation that h.-w so long with suad the title of uucoiUjtinal legislation that for reari ka menaced tba foundation, of onr goreraiacaU AU that we ask oi our northern brethren of the sme political faith i. that ther shall lowger wtUmit to the dic- ..! M aelf-constittited leader, wlw have their own selash ends ever p mccess of the pirty in the whole country. They must give up their John Kelly, and thay mast suuelch the Tammany, Irving aud loxart hall combination. ttelhcr, and make terms wi n one p x as recently ordered to do ot mc panics, a- The er M fejitioner was granted un lth..r i.irv t nioritv. lie kno w I i . r ' . "-. .- ... ... ... i.ovav th'af li;i.i T'avi'i is no i.'-r'i f ...' ,,T,,1:t,. M :.,., ... :.- - ' contrary. me Mini oi .....-'o i1 tiaa. Therefore he is alone, and simply nan power, by breaking his word and pledges, to ive the Republican control of the organi zation bv making tne on their desks the titles of 1594 bills and resolutions wbifch ait action. Ut course it is pot exi'ccted that more, than five or ten per pef( 6f these bills will become laws in tiie course ot tie scssfun. which, ex clusive 0f the holiday recess, will probably not comprise more than sixty working days. There will be the never-ending struggles for precedence between the different committees, individual members will fight hard for meas ures in which they are specially interested, and several larsje business interests of the country will strive to secure tbe modifica tion of present laws. on thi' long calendar mentioned there are 96o private bills, more than one-half of W'hich arc individual pension bills. Mr. C'offroth, of Ptiuurvi .ranla. L chairman of the com mittee on invali.fjw.iiVAiii. and eie since he tenate a tie. Ihe . . i i ns to wnom aianoiu ere George t'. Qor- mnst prominent person- i;. .!,.... trwiav wei ham formerly KepuDUcan secretary oi iue seua'te, uiul JL M. flapp, the stalwart editor of the Washington Yiiiional Republican Gor ham is verv anxious to meuut nis oia piace, ... . . . - ,i..... . .r.l i u 1 1 . , (.nin- .md tnni given more iuou wm"m7 ,.--.. canflp to Mahone's interview with him. The Interview with Clapp waa arranged for bv Brady before jiUi.ne started for ash- (iorb.im seem, to W" 'Tisticil, ironi tw.mn h niemkr of the house be fcas ae voted himself with great assiduity to the pension business. He succeeded at the last session in getting through the house a con sideiL'e number of those bills in which he was specialty Interested. Ii is understood fl.it l.f lie was elected to the fortv-fifth i:e!i'.ion asauiu' pei- - :.. mission to remove a buildiag trom the foot oongres- ty. ". i.TT. of Jefferson street to Adam, street, north eU in the WMM-ml one Mock from former location. The peti- ,1". unsung ol wm uwiuiiuii, u-ii & 1 .1 i mi n.m-o mansion nil's as 111 I iiuoir it: : i . possible. One hundred and seven ot the rtTlTION IlEFERBED. W. 11. Kutto aei a petitofl asking per-toot Arrangements have been made with the Mississippi and Tennessee railroad to sell round-trip tickets to Grenada in connection with the (,'ollins excursion ticket at greatly reduced rates, thus making the fare for the round trip to Xew Orleans and return from Memphis and stations on the Mississippi and Tennessee railroad between Memphis and Sardis (inclusive) only eleven dollars and fifty cent, and from other stations in propor tion. Arrangements will also probably be made for reduced rates from stations on the Memphis and Charleston and Louisville and Nashville railroads In connection with this lelightful excursion. Tickets will be for sale at Mempuis ov James pee, general ticket agent, fto. J87 Min sreet. and bv lo cal agents af the dijiereiit railpad stations. This is certainly the' cheapest antj most at tractive excurtiop that ha8 beep offered to the public tor q og tlipe, and well merits the favorable consideration and patronage of all desiring to avail themselves of a profit able apd deiijjhtt'ul trip to the "Beautiful Sunnv South. NO. 249 MAIN STREET MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE Charles N. Eric! MAIX ST. I 255 t-7f -Special attention to onl, of town orders. Samples mailed free. Prompt answers to inquiries. CHINA, GLASS & QUEENSWARE 321 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS. EXAMINE IT NTOC'K AMI PRICES BEFORE PCKt'HAHMO EtiEWHEEI C. B. BRYAN & CO. COAL DEALERS, . No. 20 Madison Street, Memphis WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF COAE.1 ingUm. lie ... .1.-1 kin conversation with Mahoue, ill arauiouuno j -- tki;..w It is Le- erally W4 (Jorhani ha sulstaiitial basis for bU belief, ad that Mahono has ,,-... to mAl out to Uve Uejaubiipuns. pro vided they can guarantee eotitroi or the paf j roiiace ot his Mate, minium win waroai aai 1 II is guarantee iruu imr TnE leading newspapers of the south, rep rajeuting the "solid south" and 138 Demo cratic electoral votes east for Hancock, insist thai neither Karmiiu nor tbe National com mittee shall take one step toward a contest lor the freaideucy that will disgrace tbe na tional Democratic party. Like Hancock, they are aatistied that Uarfield is elected, and thay will not eoaacnt to a course calculated to Wing dUgt and uaeasjness to every part of the 1'oion, and in bringtua. our govern ment into tawUempt with foreigu natwpa. .i i:.rtld u President-elect by the suffrage of a majority ui the uualiiied elects on of the l uited Stale, and U! be inaugu rated on the tth of March next. HU title is i nd ispu t ak-B BMwaaaaaaw ibmb A spixtal to the Cincinnati Oaiette tells Vat the social excitement which for the wo weeks has ilirred the village of ? , Kew Jersey, on accouut of the Arlington . . of expulsion bv a ii. 1 , . .. . , ' -oved t domestics iu two vounir women eiup- ... ,.. . 7 , -ted themselves the town, because they suppo. by their own labor, has resulteo u 2S ple-te victory for the champions of the On Saturday night the young women, Mis Cheviletta Bolivar and Miaa Hattie Duiinei. were presented with a series of resolutions, pa.-, i at a town meeting, in which the Philomathic society is denounced and con demned as needlessly aud cruelly insulting, and the young ladies are tendered the sym pathy of the cititens. ......r ....a iii securim; tin licldt ti ItS does, Mahone will give Gorham utiles he in&ll m me niraiuiuie oe driTn' from fcfc "F frf"'" indiR tion in Virginia. ' a. Kenbllraa Ncheaae lo Captnre iln" Banala I'omiiilltMS. Washington epeaial (o the New York World: "Some interest is manifested here in a report that the Republican expect, upou the reorganiiathin of the senate on iho -Uh of March next, to be able to capture tbe cbn trol of the committee and everything else worth having, and leave the Democratic ma jority practically powerlem for the next two rears, tne arm oi me scnaiuc, so ii a now apparent, is Oie employment of the ie- Tlllt friends of dumb animals must make it a point to be present in force at the enter tainment to be f iveu at tbe Greenlaw Opera huM mi Thursday niaht next. Rev. Mr. jainnebj will deliver a lecture on the occa sion, and Kev. Dr. George White will make some remarks. Prof. Hchulae will provide ihe music. The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, in giving thU enter tainment free of charge, hopes not only to have the co-operation of thoae who beliava what the "merciful man is merciful to hia beast," but to interest the general public, with a view to recruiting their rank. This, it li hoped, will be the result, as the society is one leCiaMy worthy of commendation and aup- Bi)yM already induced a much-uwded . and if encouraged will perae- . which calls out all the hu- liou of which men aud President's castiuir vote iu the reorganization To ay nothing of its unconstitutionality, the scheme has the fatal fault of resting uion the assumption that in the reorganization General Mahone will vote with the Republi can because he is dissatisfied with llio Dem ocratic National committee lor recogniaing the regular wing of tbe party in Virgiuia in stead of the Keadjnsier wing which he led. Consequently, the Republicans are eaer to infer, he wjl'l satisfy his wounded pride in this way. Now, General Mahone has never been anvthiiig but a Democrat. It was as such" that he waa chosen senator, for the Readjuster never pretended to be anything but straight-out Democrat ou mat ters outside of State issues. Indeed, very f the most oroiinced Democrats helped tioi to carry tne state lasi year, aim me soic of their allealanueUilieiieral Mahone as because nf tht'u concurrence in bis views IJiardlna the disixwal of the, State debt. The 2 niiiarafiveW .mall vote. polEd by the Re ad. i-tcrs at the latd ejection may be taken a a fair estimate ol me wum eratie alliea, and indeed it may be assumed ihat if a t-sl vote weri taauu oii.u orats and Hepublioans i the State it would h proven that the Democratic strength was .ft 1 ... til.. TW.Ill man iuui-icu m . w. tion was referred to a committee cousisting Messrs. Brown, t)erton and Uoodbar. rETTTloX nEKEBBEB. W. H. Butts petitioned for permission to tear down the wooden building or shed in rear of his residence, 132 Second street and put up new shed with iron or tin roofing and a small iftcbe aached The petition was referred to the chiet oi lite hie depart ment and President Porter, with power to act OOISJJ" OW THE STREETS. The ordinance protnohi the storing of cotton ou the streets, alleys ana siaewaiks waa called up for consideration, the onti nancorcsds: "Nocotton in bales or otherwise slialf & Vit,ei Of alfred in any street, allay or opeii lot within Uie faxine-District but all iU rfall hereaite &' ' ptored or kept in warehouses or liJs in well ert7 cloaed lot." Ur. Brown moved that the ordinance be so lii'.-iiii'-'l ap to ;i''M' ;)"' delivery but not the , ( uutiOB un Ihe utteeto. ilic motion storage . was not insisted upon. TUE OUniNANOE TO BE EXKOUCED. President Porter announced that he would rigidly enforce the ordinance aa to the stor age ot cotton, ana tne captain oi ponce would be instructed to enforce it. Cotton may be rolled out of a shed or storehouse on to a dray, but the cotton will not be per mitted to rest on the sidewalk for any leugth of time. Anjor UNREST. On motion the council adjourned, subject to the call of the president. Democratic vole, uius ucmwx a i ouestion thai it was by Democratic wppon. .'iren with the uadai-staudittg that it waa for a Democrat, that General Mahone was chosen to the aenate. Tbe Republicans have lost ... . i ' .1 i. ) .,,it,,.. 1 . t i . ' r 1 1 1 Mahone to be capable of breaking away from iv ni w hich lie imeil his election, snu. ailSC it lSllCO IO ltl-UJ.UK ,u. ....;. i n. reirular Stale oraauixauoii iv:, 1. ii.ni.nl Mahone votlnz with the Demo k. It U I most certain be wilt, the n ix ill oontinue for lor another ses ion to hold both the chairmanship and the majority on all committees. ifct ply been the part; .hirao' Progre. Chicago ajaiwturea illustrate with much greater etuphaaU iia even the insu lation returns the rapid growth o fy There are uaw li'ft'l manufactuniigestal'lisii menu there, employ big lUrW hands and j capUal of $SO,0o0,0'X'. The wa-ea paid amount to JJUUUU, Uie Uiaierais uii valued at W&fiW,1), and fhv output vi Bonanaa Flood's Short Wrmorr . Sax Fkancisco, November 12. Before a notary public to-day J. C Flood testified, in the cam of Burke t. Flood and the O'Brien es tate, that he, John W. Mackav, James G. Fair, and the late W. S. O'Brien, were the sole owneia of the stock oi the Pacific Mill company,' at Virginia City, Nevada, 80,000 shares. He could not remember within $100 a share how much profit was realiaed by the Mill company in crushing the ore irom the consolidated Virginia and California mines. The Mill couipanv claimed all the tailings from the mill under an oral contract with tbe officers of the two companies. He could not remember who the officers were, or when the contracts were made. Somehow the tail ings had beaa. worked and the proceeds ap propriated by Flood and O'Brien, but Florid could not remember the amount thus ol- taiued. A Faraacr Kill Ilta NW.ufcor. Valpabaiho, lsr., November 12. John Dutton was killed yesterday morning on his farm, twelve miles southeast ol this place, by a neighboring larmer, BrainarU latt. away had disagreed about the division of corn in a field which Taf t had rented of Dutton, and Taft found Dutton iu the field gathering corn. After ordering him out, and oeing re fused, Taft fired at Duttou, killing him in stantly, Taft gave himself up to the author- Wes. A 11;. I. nun J..-1 Owewoa. Lead VI LUC, Cou, November 12. The new camp at Battle mountain, in the Eagle Pas district, continue to improve, and promises to be one of tbe richest c'.nipe in Colorado. The first load of bullion from that district arrived to-day. The Belden is delivering to the smelterers twenty tons per day. Experts pronounce it the best smelting ore yet discov ered in Colorado. ills now on ihe calendar were reported by Mr. Coft'roth. Of the fl2t) public lulls on the calendar, a number are for public build ings, and the friends of these will not be idle. Several very important measures will conie leforel the house early in the session under apecial orders already made. Senator Morgan's resolution, which establishes a joint rule to govern the counting ot ii,e eetoral votes, is on the speaker's table, and is a special order for the first Monday in December. Represeatative Bicknell's bill to regulate the counting of the electoral votes 1 aUi a spe cial order on the house calendar. Under the head of unfinished business there are four measures "one of which are important, un less the iCjojutioa 'Meajhruiiu, the llouroe Doctrine' maybe sq' ifonshlertdt As often as tbo liQliS? goes into committee of the wad ,uld takes up the calendar, tb.e kill to 'Facilitate the relanding of the national debt" wjll take precedence to the exclusion of all other business eaoept appropriation bills. With the exception ol Mr. Fernando ,." " " "'ah made to empty benches. ood s uiiii j . . -i-itvup,! ai d Mr. t rye s excellent speecu to a thin' house, this important mcas- has received very little attention discussion in ihe house. Next to the refunding bill on the calendar ot tlie committee of the whole, as a special order, stands Mr. Hooker's bill to settle the long standing Choctaw claim, which will elicit considerable discussion before it is passed. Amoug the other siiecial orders arc the fol lowing bills: Mr. Hostetter's famous bill to 'Prohibit Federal officers, claimants and con tractors from making contributions for polit ical purposes;' a bill to regulate 'The manner of increasing service and expediting sched ules on mail routes;' a bill concerning com merce and navigation and 'Ihe regulation ot steam vessels;' a bill 'For the relief of Fitz John Porter, etc.,' and a bill To establish a lioard of commissioners of interstate com intnv nnd lor other purposes.' It will be teen from the above brief review that the house already has more work cut out than it can hope to finish at the coming session." lire or Purchase or Bond by Ibe Treasury. New York, November 12. The Post says that the United States treasury has been able lo day to secure at 102 a round lot of the six per cent, bonds, maturing December 1 st next. The amount was $500,000, and the seller the American Exchange National bank. This raises the bond purc-hases by ;l sfliirv .tor the ii oiled palt of Jsovem- iier 10 scmiuw. Bay Decapitated by Car Wheels. Dayton, O., November 11. A boy eleven years of age, named George Wolf, was run over uy tlie uayton ana npnngneia iraiu this afternoon,' at Byers stati6p. He was on the freight train and whs taking coal, and, fell lietween the wheejs, the cars pissing over him, severing tbe head fi:om fi(l body. At this point it was his custom to board the train, and throw off coal from passing trains from the mines, Advanced Freight Bate. New York, November 12. An advance of five cent per 100 pounds on grain, flour and all articles in the seventh and eighth classes not advanced on the 1st of November will take effect on the twenty-second instant. This makes the rate on grain from Chicago to New York thirtv-hve cents, and on pro visions torty enw, with tne uuai dinerences to Boston, Phifadelpbla ana Baltimore. Oil Refinery Bnrned. PiTTsnrno, November 12. A destructive occurred 'l"" morning thro C.CC. Herrs island, C. T. Place's oil refinery, owned by tbe standard ooiupanyi having been swept away. A man dtopped a lump in the hydraulic press-room, which started the fire. Fur lpindfcd barrels of paraifine wax, 300 barrels of lubricating oil, the engine, presses, etc., were burned. Loss, $5000 ; no insurance. The refinery la to be removed to Philadelphia. Saddle, Harness and Collar Factory, No. 299 M A I1T STREET, IEMPHIN. TEl . .y:-gHaBBBgjBpB ja bIH way IwKifoiSaB"-, fB RfSSSsRal B fH raw! aflferTnS8BBsStea - 1 Bjl TrLT bHBwMK Awlawafil IVrBicBIKV wM Wa BKaawa H HnlS WrVX3iyZr jsfiSi wSwattaSan-lIirViflH I rSawaaiflawajBaaMaaaJailaaWMpaajBif a. MWaaajaajajaagafflaxjrwayjaBjpagjia aaawaBWaBaBaawaBBawBBawSQSiMB Bfe, flj Birlririg wlJ Kb ES9 sfl IB Si Bw HB Kp GE.NEUAL A0ENT8 FOB THK MUBURN, FISH BROS. AND! TENNESSEE WAGONS SAMTER fe CO. :oi.:e s We eall the ullentlon of Merchants la aar larwe and wall aa sort el stock orOathlnK.maaiwIaetwred epreMl for Houlhrrn trade, which we oOer at Eaatrn Hrlcra. MrrrhaaU will there fore nail It to their Interent to examine oar gwoda aad prloea before baying; elaewhere. Orders will receive prompt attention NO. 300 MAIN ST., MEMPHIS DON'T YOU FORGET IT! o Whew we qnote Prices of oar Clothlnc It means we are KKVOI.l TIOM.IX; THE H1BKET, and if yon want any Clothing thia winter, yon had better come alone at once. TO-DAY THE FOLLOW I M; ASIOIMHM. BAKOA15N : GENTS' ALL-WOOL $15 SUITS, $10 CENTS' ALL-WOOL $18 SUITS, $13 GENTS' ALL-WOOL $22 SUITS, $15 Ton will find nn COBMEB OF JEFFKKSON AND l VI N, MAIN STREET. L LOWENSTEIN. "EN AVANT! 99 J. J. Bl'.SBT. JOHN H. TOOf J.J.BUSBYifeCO. WHOLEFALE GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS 314TRONT STREET, UEMPHI8,. rr Cotton epartment In charge of Mr. W. O. Fattcraon. F. LAVIGNE, Importer and Dealer In French Millinery, Human Hair V N D FANCY OOOIMI. NEW goods are received as soor. as introduced. Fur styles and prices, no other house cn sur pass us in anything. t. Mine. Lavigne, the la dies' favorite, has returned, and will be happy to waitonjill her customers. SO MAIN ST. MEMPHIS GINS 666 Main Street, Opp. Miss, and Tenn. It. R. Depot. I HAVE AGAIN OPENED Ul MY GINNING Establishment with New Olna, Cleaners and HwHcra, and better nrepatid to make more lint cotton from tUc cotuiii-iieed than any gin In this citv. 1 mean what I say. Give m a trial. out unloading in pens, when dcslrca. J. V. i AT KICK, Proprietor. Spent In advertising during tbe month of November In a novel manner. Every customer purchasing coodi. to the amount of One Dollnr in either of my stores, will receive this advertising card, which should be carefully preserved, as It may entitle tne nomer to 833 17. S. CURRENCY, which will be GIVEN AWAY EVERY WEEK Look In the Sunday Appeal or Avalanche for tbo number. Instead of giving all the money to printers, I propose to make every person who buys goods from me an advertising medium, by offering this gener ous inducement. JAMES KIRKL AND 309 and 311 Main Street, Under Peabody Hotel, GENTS' FURNISHINGS, HATS, CAPS, UMBRELLAS, UNDERWEAR CKM.M.OIIl COLLAR" AMI (HIS, SHIRTS, SOCKS, BCBBER CLOTHING. V AMSKS. ETC., ETC. ALL GOODS GUARANTEED. BOTH IN PRICE AND QUALITY. H. B. HOWELL. JOHN H. COCKE. H B. Howell & Go GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Knovked Overboard and Drowned. ItAi rnnmKj November 12. Samuel Allen and Edward J. 135 44 i.uarrclcH to-dav and Breeder .felled Allen to the deck and he rolled overboard and was drowned. Brecden haa been arrested. No family that Ues ay rsgifld lor domes tic safetv and comfort can aftord to be with oat Dr." Bull's Cough Syrap in the house, l'rice 25c a bottle. MEMPHIS FLORAL OOMP'NY Sal 's room, 357 Main street, HORTICULTURAL GARDENS, End of nernando Street RallroKu. PLANTS. BULBS. ROSES. SHRU BRER Y CUT rtOtVEKS Artistically airined'tor WehdlriKS, Funerals, etc. 1 1 Send for Illusxrated Catalognet T. A. LAMB CO.,Prop'ra SHERWOOD&CO Late Wheeler, Pickens & Co. -Wholesale Dealers in TOYS GMolSt&M UNDERTAKERS! 320 Main Street, Memphis. ; 0w Froiit Mtiwinr ajlKtr .CAPTAIN RALPH WORMELEY WILL SELL OUR COTTON. "DURIAL ROBES AND I ) Ord shipped COFFIN HARDWARE! Orders by telegraph promptly filled, and Cases . O. D. DIED. BOLGER At 10 liesoto street, Mary C. Bolger, aged Ji years. Funeral frnrn residi-nce this (8ATCRDA Y) morn ing. at 10 o'clock. Friend arejiiyjtfdJoatlcnd: TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. J ii AVE no mure doubt of the lieueficial efleclMia Vi'iiTCer' Sate Kidney and Liver Cure than 'I have that the tlenemiee river eiuiitic intoLake Untario.' Rev. J. E. Rankin, p.Un Washington, J). C. New York, November 12: Boiarj D'Ang laia. miaiatrr to Mexico from France, has ar ived hero. Columbus, O.. N.ivcinlier 12: Governor F ster has issued his proclamation fixing NoTeaabat fBn as the day of thanksgiving and pravt-r. Boston, Novemb.-r 12: James J. McCaf fcrty, of 1-owell, president of the Land league of America, is muring. He appeared slight ly deranged. Topeka, November 12: Governor St. John has issued a nroclanialion designating Thurs day, November 2"th, a the day of thanks giving and prayer. Philadelphia, i'a.,rNoveniber 12: Ileiiry Wharton, a well-known lawyer, and at one time editor of the American ljaw Jonnud, died yeaterday morning. PhQadelphia, NoTeaibcf 12: The death warrants of Patrick Hayes and 1. F. Sulli van, to be hanged on January (Uh, were read to the prisoners yesterday. Cleveland, O, November 12: (ieneral Gar field and wife were here last evening attend ing the wedding of a won of State Geologist Newbury and a daughter oi Daniel I'. Eela. It was a brilliant society event. Milwaukee, Wi.., NovciuUm- 12: Govern or Smith has appointed Associate Justice Ornauius Cole to be chief justiee of the BIRDS! CHILDREN'S WHEELED GOODS, WOOD AN I WILLOW WARE, 310 Main Street, Opposite Peabody Hotel. UNDERTAKERS! 317 and 318 SECOND, 1LE3CPHIS. A FULL A8SQ M. H. COOVER & CO. MANUFACTURERS OP Doors, Sash, Blinds & Moldings ALL KINDS OF DOOR AND WINDOW-FRAMES, Brackets and Scroll-work, Bough and Dressed Lumber, Shingles, Laths, etc., Nos. 161, 163 and 165 Washington Street, MEMPHIS. : : : ; "ENNESSEE. J. C. Neely. N. H. Brooks. II. 91. X t ly Brooks, Neely & Co. Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors A I COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 367 Front street, : : Memphis, Tenn. EMV OF METALIC OASK 8 always on band ; alae ETH afiti CXS Prtlw.t in.1 TrlnimllKTi. aa.Orders by telegraph will receive our prompt attention. All goons snipped C. O. D. TOYS,TOYS,TOYS! nAlsmY.l'mEWORKS.OIGAEiSiH. A. THOMS, AT THE WHOLESALE CANDY HOUSE OF 37 MADISON STREET, MEMPHIS. Br Weddlnf and Fn.rtlew BupPlieci.Tl' TOBACCO WAREHOUSE, 40K SONROE ST. CIGAR DEPOT & SALESROOM, 313 MAIN STREET. UNDERTAKER, 209 MAIN ST., MEMPHIS, TENN. T7-EEPS on band a full stock of Coffins, Burial XY Kobe, fctt:. urnerg promptly mieu. TUST RECEIVED, A SUPPLY OF GERMAN 0 Canary and other Singing Birds, Cages, etc., at Memphis Esird Store. IRE f BIS! STERNBERG & LEE Offer to the Trade, the Largest, Beat Aaaertcd, and Cheapest Stock of TolaCimlUen'Mfe i INSURANCE. J. J. MURPHY. I B. F. MURPHY. Murpjiy & Murphy, Fulmer, Burton & Co WHOLESALE COTTON GRQGERS AND Nos. 371 and 373 Main St., Memphis. FACTORS HI AXWAtTUBER OF THE Thv n- Sole AEentii for Vanity Fair and Stenhanla Olnaw Monlhpleee J Ijrarcitea, i ST - Z m a . . air a a . . t m .1 ah DiIaL (i ravels T ijt.iiiii1 Miinr not, it: m lhc iamuus f - ket TobntTO. No. 313 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN. WIRE-GUARDS FOR DOORS aSD WINDOWS, Storehouses, Dwellings; Desk aud Counter Railings, etc., made to order at 211 Main Street, Memphis. S. GABAY, AGENT, DIALER IX Rairs, Iron, Paper Stock, Loose Cotton, HIDES. AND ALL KINDS OF ME iiiv. 411 and 413 Highest cash pr! 07 iniii A L, hhrlliv St.. nenili Ice paid tor all aooda. Order piOBtfuy miwuw tv, A. M. BO YD & SONS COTTON FACTORS, 264 FRONT ST., COR. COURT, MEMPHIS. Weights of Cotton reported ou receipt. NO. 6 MADISON ST., (Adjsinlnf Cotton Exchange), MEMPHIS TENN, Only First -ClaaH Companies, einhonges and ConwtrTjjtoreigjipytalttea. Mountain Spring High School TRINITY, ALARAMA, Memphis and Cnarleaton Bailroad. CELEBRATED ALABAMA LIME, Portand Cement, Michigan Plaster, 252 FROST AND DEALEB IN Louisville Cement, Rosedale Cement, New York Plastr, Fire Clay, Brick, Fire Brick, Hair, Pacing Stone, Ktc STREET, MINIMUS TKSS "TTOR preparation lor the German-American B.&L. Ass n JOHN SC1IE1BLER, Pres't. L N. 8N0WDF.N, Vlce-Pres't. F. S, 1) WIS, Treasurer iiK.-r.us. L. HAN.tr KK. ALKX. EESKINK, I FRIEDMAN. M. MARX, JOHN LIN K II Al'EK, A. C VON 00NDEI.L, . 3. JKNNY, w. o. nosKnra LOU LKUBR1K. I'nlveralty ol Vlntinla and Blmllar liitltc.tloii. or for buntneai. The nucceea of pant seasionii warrant tbo proprietor in sparing no pain in maLing It the leailiug school of the south. Seventh Annual Semion began 8eii tainbeT'JDth. Charge in proportion from date of enlranre. For catalogue, with full lnformatluu, apj.ly to JOHN A, ULE, Proprietor. Students received at .iny time, and thartud u trance In proportion,. sr a t a moetlng o( the Board of Directors, held thia day. It was decided to resume active operations, by making Loans on Real Estate and to Issue a New Series of Stock. This Association Is now In rao cessful operation for nearly five year. Every share of stock for which notice of withdrawal has heen given, ha been redeemed in cash. The officer aud directors are among thu leading hustneas men in this city, they have proven to the stockholders their ability for successful management. Panic de. siring loans upon real estate cau be accommodated at the next meeting, November lllh. No bark dues required ul new stockholder. Subscription lint for new series now open. Any Information will a uheeriully given by the Secretary, H. BENRUOB, Ha. aHasi lure.