THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 14:, 1880.
ifl rasirii nnATiirnn
llel a aprelal anil Important sale THIM WKKK of Ldl
Imported All-wool Beam, All-wool Dlnfonal Mil mln dr
Our stork fuss bwn ho carefully
and no dlllicnlfy In setting J I ST
aanal, we display the Moat Varied
Just received the following line of
Bazaaoo, Beaded t'raebet,
Celluloid (Hew;. Stiot-ateel,
and otnvr sty lew,
Alao,a nsoat beautiful line of Plxt,Ear
rlnaa. 11 rare 1 eta. Meealaeea, isdeaoa,
ate. aeal OXTX JOD atonnted In
stolid ttold. A aaoat elesrant line in
of all atylea and aiaea. Call and ea amine.
I. ROESCHER, Atent,
Xo. V77 Main Street, Memplu.
281 Main Street.
New and Splendid
TTOU8E ASD LOT
Memphis, Tenn., for a
small farm For further information address
B F. KAY, R nnett's Landing, Miss.
QEWER CONNECTIONS, WATER CLOSETS.
k Bathtubs for greenbacks
sr xu. pHiL J MALLON ic CO..
3(M Main street.
PIANOS Being on the point of moving into my
largeand elegant new store in the Clay Build
ing, and formerly ooenpied by walker Bros.,
otfjr for tale. t a bargain, several second-hand
Pianos in good condition, ranging from W up
ward. Apply at once at No. 2!4 Main street, at
B. O. H"LI.ENBERii'S Music Store.
-"mTTlW-TIFS lfSl bundles HOW
0. ' l , Agaui,
,11 and 413 Shelby street.
t , t ciTBir t KilITS RaadBtftt Oil.
Vj li'sH Siovea. A. HITZFELP, 233 Second St.
rpHK MERRILL FARM Containing about 42
L acres of good farming land, located In the 6th
ilstrii t about seven miles north of Memphts and
.'Smiles west ot Raleigh, near Vlrge Rawllngs s
place: will sell on easy terms and at a low price.
H. L. QUION. Aawnt. 19 Madison it.
tOTTAHE No. 204 Desoto street, corner Ponto
toc, lor WW tt. u. uimii, agh
- ACKK.4 (IF LAND On Koselirnugh P
"3U miles Irora city, on Plgeoiiroost road. .Ap
ply to - W. W. wilxlAata.
THE SLATE n the tool the Court HtreetTijm
berlaud Church. Apply to
JAB. H. Mel) A V ITT, 230 Front St.
EXfllrlHB Sew Rotary engines," 4, 6. aH3 10
hiaw power. A. Hiuleld. 223 Second street.
hl Dk.SCE A "nice cottage" rc-ideu--e of four
IV rooms, with kitchen and servants' room at
tached: a good wall, .table
- ,;: t ...... ,ir. tho lot. '
and a variety
which U simuud near
the nubile souare lu Hernando, Miss. Will be sold
heap for caah. Apply lo Rev. 8. T. Reld or V
McKeniie. Esq., Hernando. Mlsa
ETTERS A lot of well-bred setters.
Apply at lfai tfcaie street.
RESIDENCE 7 Johnson avenue: very desira
ble residence; cheap for cash. Apply on
premises, or la B. B Rogers. 37 Monroe it.
COTTAOK On account of owner being a nou-
resident, the one story frame cottage I'.'J Her
uando street, corner Calhoun. 70 by 200 net. Terms
reasonable. At present occupied by s good tenant.
Applv to R RICHMOND or K M M. KIE, No. 30
r ) BJCK By riveror raiL Quantity and "quaHty
13 guaranteed. Laave ordersat John A.Dauiu's,
ih-2 Front. E. C. Buchanaa & Co.. D Front, or W. J.
Chase AOo.'s. is; Mam . r II. P. P1PER.
R" EVIDENCE ASi.' ilTOREH'tUSE-'in good lo
cation: also engine, gin and press. Apply
to Selden Jt Parker, 2S. Main street, or U
POSTMASTER. Horn Lake, Miss.
B RIt- .
I at J. 9. FRANK A CXV8.
EN'iil.Vh One secosHt-s and stationary engine,
without Doiir? --..odcr 14x86 inches; all
vinplete exnepL ny-wtssOl ; iaaood running order.
Can be bad at n bum" Apply at
CHICKASAW usnis WORKS. 9R Second st.
"OIANOS A few 7-oeiave ascouif-haria" Plahoa,
i cheap (or cash, at WITZM ANN A CO S
Music s ore. 22-i Second itreet.
KAN i IE-To buy a small family tango lu good
eonlltlon Address R.N(iE, Apeul
"VOLNG MAS Who kuows the grocer
X To the right party a good position can be so-
AUdrVK.. Willi r.fenoices.
COMMISSION, this office.
OOMS Two commodious -rooms, witli boanl.
suited. Private family, where are no other lioard
r, preferred. Address R J.. Appeal office.
pvBESSMAKER AND APPRENTICE A No. 1
A J Dreastaaker, who understands cutting aud
fitting: also an apprentice. Apply at
MUM M. X. CALDWELL'S. LHW Beale st.
(Episcopal) tor music aud
Memphis: two Kludcnturtncrs: thr
'( Baptist): lady
Memphis: two Kludcivartiiers: thnv talented vo
calists; other vacancies. Central School Agencv.
41 4 Pina Sjnrt, St. luls, Mu.
(CISTERNS- Repaired and renovatod, or no
. ' charg! whatever; also, Brickwork of all kinds
done at bottom rates.
TtlOM AS CCBB1X3, -X Madison St.
OCCUPaNiS For two very desirable rooms,
with board: rejemuces exchanged. Apply at
i Court street
ONE DtSHWAHKR At Onsen TreTHotelTNo.
rpo LOAN 2boo Ollt edge pajwr or ooii security
A only atcepled. Address, stating1 security, etc.,
mm. care App,at omee.
GARDENER -I want a liiruiun or Swede (single
man preferred) lor gardener and geueral
.ork. To one wbn nu(tH me
home and permanent emplovmsnt
1 will give a goou
t lair w
Sim r.it r.A uk r i;
jsy Main st.
fITHlTkMAN x.Nn WOMAN lorman preferred.
VV to take charge of a garden farm of ten acres,
1M miles from uitu, to work on shares; all mate
rial furnished. Address
AVI'.UY a: BERLIN, tt Madison St.
1115 per mouth; eata
an l.'hromo and Frame
V soavie frse. Aou-rieau
M.nutacturers, 700 N Seven th street. Ht. Iau1s, Mo
'PllE PEOPLE ruKNOW-That JOUK rtjSDON,
-x. S!3 Main Ktreet, main
UOO RJ aud
swxaxwi to order
rpo BUY A SPKUNIi W Ai , IS-Sultalllilor light
A delivery. Also, good Horse or Mule. Address
W., this ornce.
rpOV -R'lraOV BOBBS AND HARNESS
A Iuqure at fW 70 Monroe street,
tViflfi LABORE11S-DA Y ogHT ATION WORK
'J v'tj 400 on the Choetaw Beud Lev mi. Bolivar
oouuty. Miss.; and Ksl on the Cammack Levee.
Issaquena county. Miss. Wages 12 per day and
three Jiggers. Staiiou work IS to 16 cents per cubic
yard. Applyonworka GEO. ARNOLD, Contractor,
ur to Taylor vl. Arnold. 272 Front street. Memphis.
LADIES can have their Plush Hau reshaped at
Ln5TElTTitjiw and Iveghoru Uau made to look
good aa now, at GOODY KAR'S.
LA"MES-Siecul atteutiou given" to re"sha"i.liii:
White Felt Hats, at UOODYEAR 8.
T A DIES can have their "laM fall Walking liaUJ
-- maue uuTininintitiiw ueniv. at
UOODYEAR S. 2TS) S,-cond st.
n i s s
.elected that Ladle will
WHAT TRET WAHT A
and Kloawal Line (for all
T ECBRIE'S THEATER.
" JOSEPH BROOKS... Proprietor and Manager
ONE WEEK OF
(.KAMI l.X.MMl OPERA,
By the Renowned
Grand English Opera Company.
MONDAY EVKSIVi. NOV. 1.1. I.V'CIA I
I.AM.s:RnoOil." ' itb AblKtt, Marcy, Stod
dard, Striul and BiignolL
TUESDAY" PAUL AM WIRfJIMIA,'
Abbott. Seguin. Stoddard, James and Castle.
V, I MA1I. T.r., A 1 S - saflk ...,
Rosewald, Seguin, Stoddard, Tarns and Brlgnnll.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT "M ARITAN A," Ab
bott, Maurel, Stoddard, James, Tains and Castle.
THURSDAY' It. TtOTATOBE,"
Saturday i.rai.d Abbott Matinee.
SATURDAY NIOHT "CABMEK."
M-SHATS AT KIRK LAND'S.
Nov XI. 21 JANAI'SCIIKCK. Nov. 24, V, 26, 27
ABBEY. HI M1TA UUMI-IA.
Ci W. NAILL Ls closing out his large and oon
T. plcte stock of Cenetiur. Oilcloths, Rugs,
etc . , before moving Into tils new store.
ILK and COTTON EMBROIDERY Crochet and
O fancy needle work done by Mrs. C. B. NOLAN.
Orders left the Wilson Machine rooms, 262 Second
street, will be promptly attended to.
DR. fC L. I.ASkl has removeo his office to 343
Main street, three doors below Union, over
10W-T. REWARD From the yard at 27 Ilealc
street, on the night ol Novcmiwr sin, one
light mous,-colored cow, small, with very lwug
horns. Above reward paid to any one returning
her, and no qn- lin'...-; n-ki-1.
STRAYED OB STOLEN.
COW About eight days ago, one black cow,
heavy with call: left horn bored, and short
tall. Five dollars reward will be tid un her de
livery to .v3 shelby street, or any information
leading to her recovery.
I'LE One Mule, which owner can have by
proving pMiiertv ami paying coargea
H. E. CANSiiN. "Ik tliel Place."
UORSE AND MARE Near State Female Col
lege, McImore avenue, at Mrs Jut, E. Weav
er's; horse very dark'bsy, throe white feet; mare
nearly black, four white fjet Horse bad a cover
on. Call on Mrs. Weayer, or
W. A. WHEATLEY, 2S1 Main.
rlOWS REWARD Thursday night two black
mullevrows. I will nayJ0 for delivery of the
cows. JS.MF4, H. rOAW 41i'. Orlasns st
MAKE- From Carberv & Cas,-y. 317 Front street,
one bay mare, ten years old, 16 hands high,
initue on left side, bare spot on right side of neck
(known as Thomas Nagle'a mare); when restlug,
throws right forefoot out. aud is of heavy build,
and in good condition Twcnty-tlve dollars reward
will be paid for her return and no questions asked.
BOOMS AXI BO A BO.
ROOMS Front and h.ick, furnished or unfur
nished, with excellent table board, at No. 431
Shelby street, between Bealc and Linden.
I-iOflMS-Furnished or unfurnished, with board
TV at reasonable rates, at W and M Monnx street.
tvt'ICK" ROOMS Furnished or unfurnished, sin
iN gle or in suite ; apartments for light house
keeping, at 101 Jeflterson street.
OOMS AND BOARD
at No. 392 Poplar street.
Four desirable (hops fr
O paintersor tinners, corner
nd and i .ay. so.
Storchonse No. :12.' Main street.
Store No. 7 Main street.
Apply atS Madison. J. L. fiOODLOE. Att'y.
Q I 'BE Of 4 rooms. 260 Calhoun st. Apply 226
Elliott it., or VAMIOKN. 15 W. Court.
BRICK RESIDENCE 2.M Bealc street.
"IENTR-lL HOTEL On Adams street ; centrally
I lnte.l- In flrst-clasi order: newly painted
"VENTRAL HOTEL On Adamsstreet;
and calulmined: strong lnducomeuts offer
any good tenant.
A mil V to
SELDEN A PARKER,
fJB) Mala ureet, Memphis. Tenn
"OOOMftOver No. 29ti Second sttret, suitable for
1 V families. Apply to
vJvt DlItTP 1Q t.lion at.
as the Avellt
lo Tuuiea couiitv. Miss., known
as the A vent Place. Possession given the 1st
of January next. Apply to
vv. s. u
ANt'Y, Holly Spring. Mlss
ROOMS Nice furnished rooms,
at 72Court street-
-135EWCE No. 100 Market street.
vppiy ai iw.
OOMS Fu rulshed at lit; Court street.
at 107 JeHerson street.
Stock of Fancy Groceries Out
side of New York.
2,000 bis. Halves aud qnarters Raisins.
30 cages Figs.
2,000 boxes Fire Crackers.
2,000 boxes Factory Cheese.
800 boxes Cream Cheese.
1,000 boxes Crackers.
1,000 cases Sardines.
1,000 cases iJarrctt's A: Ralph's Snuff.
8,000 cases Jellies.
20,000 cs. aasorted Fruits and Vegetables
100,000 pounds Faucy Candy.
1,000 cases (juuied Mackerel.
500 cases Canned Salmon.
500 cases H randy Peaches.
600 cases Brandy Cherries.
500 cases Hatches.
1,000 bags Ureen Coffee.
i00 barrels Reflned Sugars.
500 barrels Yellow Sugar.
100 barrels New Molasses.
1,000 packages Ijtrd and Hams.
50,000 Fresh Cocoanuts.
1,000 bags Almonds, BranUs, Peanuts,
Pecans and Filberts.
300 barrels Oranges.
200 boxes Lemons.
OLIVER MINNIE & Co
Rain, cold wind, sleet, snow, mud and
heavy weather yesterday.
the remain ol Miss Mnry C. Bulger were
buried at the cemetery yesterday.
The Desoto lodge will work Tuesday
night in the Master Masons degree.
The approaching fashionable weddings
are the subject of feminine gossip at present.
T,ast evening the police arrested Samuel
Clinton, on the charge of carrying concealed
A larcenlst named Bob Elliott (white) was
arrested by Captain Hackett, of the iolice,
At the Theater to-morrow night the Eui
nir. Abbott opera company will sing Lucia di
A IUft 6ght between litigants took place
in the probate court-room yesterday. A knock
down and nothing more.
The fire boys on Adams street and from
other engiuehousea are practicing climbing
buildings with the use of a new scaling-ladder.
The Neil Burgess comedy company pre
sented the It'ufoa Bedott at the Theater mati
nee yesterday and again last night, which
closed the engagement.
Mortaary report for the past week : Six
teen deaths, of which seven were white. Three
white females, one colored male ttnd one col
ored female died of consumption.
Marble from the Kast Tennessee iiitarriag
is beginning to arrive at the customhouse
grounds. No stone can be set in the building
until next sBMon, but during the winter the
tone can be prepared and dressed.
Robert McKenna, Republican nominee
elect for the lower house of the State legisla
ture, will receive a eurtiiieate of election from
Sheriff Athey, and the contested election
case will go to the legislature for settlement.
Senator Bruee, of Mississippi, is in the
city. He was given a reception on Friday
night at Bub Cb area's parlors, corner of Seo-
RELIGIOUS 8ERYI0ES TO-DA Y
UN T:4i p.m.
PROTESTAST HU'IU'H. Thin!
ruaillll at lii:30 a.m.
T. PATRICK'S. Corner Linden and Desoto
strceti ina-vi at 10 a.m.
ONG&EGATIONAX ( lit IW'H Orleans street,
Rev. B. A. fallal pastor. MlUUwMM usual
MM ANT A I. CIU'RCH. Bealc
L aervteesnt 11 a.m. and 8 p.m
at 1 p.m.
FIRST BAPTIST t'HCltiH. Second street, be
tv. i i.l Adams and Washington. Sunday Heboid
at ::w a.m.
HIRD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Chelsea
tr it. Services itt 11 a.m. anu s p.m. mmaay-
school at 1 p.m.
OKCOMi PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Corner of
O Bain and Ik-ale streets. No service. Sunday
school at 9:30 a.m.
ENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH. Second street,
.t :' ai a.m.
by the pastor.
Rev. T. J.
at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.,
MEMPHIS BETHEL. Adams street
Charleston avenue. Sunday-scli
Sunday at 2:30 p.m.
GEORGIA STRiCET METHODIST CHURCH.
Preachlngat 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m., by Rev.
J. E. Treadwelf, imstor. -
Vj C jurt street. Services at 11 a.m. and '
by the pastor, Rev. II. A. Jones.
FORT PICKERING M. E. CHURCH. Comer of
Sixth and Jackson streets. Services at 7:30
p.m. Rev. V.Shimlnin. pastor,
CJT. PETER'S CATHOLIC CHURCH. First mass
O at 6 a.m. ; second iiihm at 8 a.m. ; tiiird (high)
mass at 10 a.m. Vesjiers at 8 p.m.
IIU RCII OFTIIK GOOD SHEPHERD. Chelsea.
j Services by Rev. i.eorge ,M.x,re at 10.30 a.m.
aud 8 p.m. Sunday -aehool at 0 a.m.
TTERNANDO STREET M. E. CHURCH. Snn-
iL day-school at lt:30a.m. Services at 11 a.m.
aud 7:30p.m. Guilford Jones, pastor.
t'eiitml Point. Fas-
1 tor, J. S. Merriweather.
Services at 11 a.m., 3
uid7p.m. Sunday-school at 1 :30 p.m.
CiIXTH STREET M. E. CHURCH. Corner of
O Sixth and Jackson streets. Fort Pickering.
Services at p.m. vt illhim Shimmln, pastor.
ClT. JOHN'S M.
E. CHURCH (orner Vance and
13 Ijiudcrdale streets. No morning service 8un-
dTiy-schoi)! at 3 p.m. Win. Shimmin, pastor.
T A U D E R D A I. E ST RE ITT PRESBY'TERI AN
I l CIU R II. Services at 11a.m. and ,::p.ir
by Rev. N. M. Long. Sunday-school ut 9:30 a.m.
pgOTTRAX METHODIST CHURCH Union St.
J Services bv the pustor, Rev. Wm. McFerrin. at
11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday-school at 9a.m.
SAFFARANS STREET M. E. CHUCH, SOUTH.
Preaching at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. by the
Iastor, Rev. 1 .
c. Holmes. Sunday-school at 9:30
ALABAMA STREET PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Corner Alabnma sireet and Jones avenue.
Services at 11 a.m. and s p.m.
by Rev. Mr. Bigger,-
CECOND CONGREGATIONAL CHI RCH -
O leans street, between Linden and Beale.
Services at 11 a.m. aud 7:30 p.m., by the pastor.
ltov. it. a. tunes.
1 ERM AN EV ANGELICAL LUTHERAN
VJT cni Ri'lt w.ifhlngton street, between Third
and Fourth. Service at 10 a m. Th. Benson, pas
tor. Resilience, i2 i arrou avenue.
and y2 p.m.
pastor. Services at 11 am
Sunday-school at 1 p.m.
THIRST METHODIST CHURCH Second street.
F betwem Poplar nnd Exchange streets Ser
vices at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. by the pastor, Rov.
it. rl. Mauon. eunuuy scnooi ai y:.io a.m.
r INDEN STREET CHRISTIAN CHURCH O
IJ ner of Linden nnd Mulberry. Sunday-school
at Oa.rn. Lord's supper at 10:30 a.m. Preaching
at 11 a.m. ana :30p.iu. J. M. 1 noie, pastor.
ond and Gavoso streets. He is en route from
Washington (Sty to his home in Misaiasipp
and will tie iu tins city several days.
O'ving to the bad weather Sells Brothers
circus, although encamped oh the bluff, gave
no performance veslerdav. The showmen
pulled up stakes and moved awav to the de
pot, en route for Brownsville, Tennessee,
where performances will be given to-morrow.
Jistory of the Enulish People, bv John
Richard Greene; .Rose Turguand, by Miss
Hopkins, and From the Wings, by B. H.
Buxom, are the new works in cheap series.to
getber with a full line of new reading for
rainv davs, to be- hod at Manaford'a, 298
The remains of Meredith Reeves, who
was stabbed ani killed several nights ago on
the corner of Main and Washington streets,
were 'juried from Holts Brothers, undertaker-,
on yesterday. Monroe Klink, who
killed him, will have a preliminary exami
nation before Esquire Quigley on to-morrow.
Marriage licenses issued vesterduy:
Whites William E. Hite and Jennie M.
Potter, Chris. Neissli and Fannie M. Trayn
haur, James W. Howard and Matilda Hogel.
Colored Lock Bolton and Isabella Hoist,
West Harris and Eliza McMuilin, George
Smith and hmtut 1.. Isrown.
The German Casino club, under the di
rection of Pruf. Herman Shulze, is rehearsing
rlotow s beautitul otiera, strtulella. I he lead
ing rolet will be taken by Mr. F. Wenzel, A.
Reis, Mr. Peterson, Mr. Raesher, Mrs. Movs-
ton and others. The opera will be produced
in public ere long.
The condition of Charles Goebels, who
was shot several days ago by Joseph M.
Gregory, was not so favorable on yesterday.
His condition is regarded as critical. The
ball, which embedded iuself near the tbicb
bone close to the groin, has not, as yet, Deen
extracted by the physician m charge.
Esquire Spellman held two inquests yes
terday, one on the body ot Dave VVilltann
colored, who was crushed by railroad cars at
Walnut avenue last Wednesday, and the
other inquest upon the lody of a colored
woman who died rather suddenly, but from
natural causes, in the Fleming block, on
Main street, near the -Mississippi and Tennes
see railroad depot.
Chief-of-Poliec Pavis received a tele
gram from Water Vnllev, Mississippi, yes
terdav, stating that the safe in the grocery
store of J. H.Gordon had been blown open
by burglars on Friday night, and from it
were taken SloOO in mouev gold, silver and
paper, and a lot of jewelry and other
valuables. Five hundred dollars reward was
offered for the arrest of the burglars.
At the probate court yesterday Judge
tddridge made the lollowing appointments
John A. Maiming, appointed administrator
with will annexed of Benjamin Baker, dc
ceased; S. W. Truss was appointed adminis
trator ol Iboinas r . truss, deceased; J.J.
Latham was appointed guardian of James
Neal; the will ol Agathus Reardon was pro
bated and A. . -Newsom was appointed ex
A day or two since, C. E. McNeal, a
young man en route from Stateville. orth
Carolina, to Longview, Texas, was robbed of
about $50 bv a negro barber named
Scott Thomas, who does business near the
Charleston depot. Mr. McNeal was slightly
intoxicated at the time, uud visited the bar
ber shop kept by Thomas. The latter was
brought before the recorder yesterday morn
mg and was put under $2000 liond.
The retail game and Gsh market yester
day furnished the following quotations: Ven
ison tiamii and saddles, loc per lb.
roasts aud steaks, 'J'A- per lb.; mallard
ducks, 75c a pair; gray ducks, 60c a pair;
teal ducks, three for 50c; quails, three for 50c;
squirrels, 15c each; dressed turkeys, 15 to 20c
per lb.; celery, 50 to (0c per dozen; fish red
mapper, large, H'c per lb., small, tzsc: reel
loot lake perch, 12Jc per lb.; northern lake
fish, 121c per lb.; craos, first of the season,
50c per dozen; oysters, full cans, 40 to 50c
Tuesday evening next a sociable will be
given at the residence of Major Busby. No.
404 Vance street, for the benefit of the Chris
tiau association. No collections or charges
of any kind will be made. The receipts of the
box at the door, for free-will offerings, will
devoted to fie work of the ward visitors of
the poor. The chairmen of the different ward
committees areas follows: Mrs, S. A. Means,
Mrs. D. F. Goodvcar, Mrs. M. T. William
son, Mrs. A. H. Douglass, Mrs. Ralph Worm
lev. Mrs. R. V. Wilcox, Mrs. Addie B. Bowie,
Mrs. Emilv B. Armour, Mrs. Daniel Brvson,
Mrs. T. A. Fisher, Mrs. L R, Milton' and
Mrs. B. W. Caskin.
The details of the fire of yesterday
morning at the Mutual cotton-storage ware
house, at the northeast corner Main a Cal
houn streets, are as follows: The tire was
evidently the work of au iucendiary, who
operated from oulside at the Elliott street
gate of the shed. About 350 bales of cotton
were destroyed and damaged. The cotton
belonged to Day & Proudfit aud W. A. Gage
& Bro. The value of the cotton is about
$17,500, and the lost is estimated at about
sixty per cent. The insurance amounted to
S25,00(i--5O00 in the People of Memphis
ami $5000 in the Phoenix of Memphis on the
cotton of Gage & Bro., and $15,000 in the
Bluff Citv on the cotton of Day A Proudfit.
The shed is one of the largest in the city.
It has seventeen compartments or sections,
one of which was destroyed by the fire. A
few bales of cotton in the adjoining section,
belonging to Estes, Doan & Co., were slightly
At the criminal court yesterday the mis
demeanor docket was taken up. A number
of keepers of bawdy houses and gambling
bouses were fined anil had to pay costs.
Three indictments were found against each
of the parties, probably owiug to the fact
that at the last term of court no indictments
were found against them. The rule seems to
be to find one indictment each tern of court
against each keeper of a bawdy house or
gambling house. The costs in each case
amount to about SIS. The fine of $5 was
unpaid yesterday in only one case against
each KTson. In the three indictments the
fine and cost as against each would amount
to about $58. These indictments, fines aud
costs do not suppress the vices that are made
punishable under the statutes of the Slate. It
may properly Isa regarded as revenue, and
the' result is to impoverish to that amount
the parties so Indicted, and to force or induce
them to continue in the career of vice so as
to make up what they lost in the payment of
tines and-costs. The question of morality,
from a necessary evil, or other higher point
of view, cuts no figure in the cold legal as
pect of the case.
HatH, Halts Hat I
One of the best selected stocks in the city
can be found at the store of Martin Cohen,
No. 218 Main street, under the Worsham
house, near the corner of Adams. The stock
comprises all the latest styles and novelties,
aud will be sold at extraordinary low rates.
Now is the time to make purchase at
FLOTD'N RESTll RtXT.
Rill of Fare for Monday,
vember 13, 18SO.
Pearl Barley, a la Princesse.
Broiled Salmon, a la Maitre d' Hotel .
Boiled Chicken Egg Sauce.
Ham, Tongue, Com Beef.
Sirloin of Beef-
Leu of Mutton Caner Sauce.
Loin of Veal, Barliecued Pork,
Mallard Duck, with Current Jolly.
luritcy, wnn oyster fauce.
Venison Chos, with Red Current Jelly Sauce.
Frlcandien of Veal, with French Peas. Oyster
Patties. Peach Fritters Wine Sauce,
Fricasee of Chicken, a la
Mashed Potatoes. Stewed Potatoes,
Stewed Tomatoes, with Cream,
Sugar Com, Browned Sweet Potatoes,
Boiled Onions, String" Beans,
Lima Beans, Kriceaseed Beets.
Mashed Tuniifw. Oyster Plant.
SALADS AND RELISHES.
Tuskey Salad, Celery', Olenes,
Dressea Lttuce. uorse Kaainii.
PASTRY AND DESERTS.
Mince. Apple, Peach, Blackberry lies.
nago ruuoing urauuv naw.
Farina Souffle, with Custard.
Vacherene of Strawberry Cream.
Swiss Merrangue, a la Chantllly.
t:ream inns, witn uuaa uerry jam.
Vanilla Ice-Creain. Fruit, Cheeae, and
The Neil Bureesa comedv cowpany closed
its engagement last night in frVfou' Bedotl,
which was also given at the matinee. The
company drew well during the week, not
withstanding the bad weather and the draw
back of running one attraction an entire
week, something that should always be
avoided in Memphis.
The Opera Week.
To-morrow night the Emma Abbott opera
company will open up an cneaeement at the
I heater in Lnma m Lammermour, Dotxezettt a
work, taken from Walter Scott's novel. The
Bride Lammermoor. The cast will include
Miss Abbott as "Lucy Ashton," and Brignoli
as "Kdward, Master of Kavenawood." The
opera is so well known in song and story to
our theater goers that it is unnecessary to go
. . , . . c. i . . . , .
into its aetaiis. ouiuce it to state mat it is a
most attractive composition, the work of one
of Italy's most popular composers. Already
the sale ot seats assures a crowded and lasli
ionable house on the opening night, as well
as on the following nights of the week and
the two matinee attractions. Tuesdav night
Paul aiul I I'rjp'nta will be given.
Chancry Court MeOowell. chancellor.
Calendar for Monday, November 15th:
1319, Kirtland vs Titus; 1729, Hnndhan'on
vs Ins; 2119 Stillman ts Titus; 3247, Sto
vall vs McGhee; 3586, Noblin vs Garvin;
3599, Barrett vs Livingston; 3778, Carrigan
vs ard; 3780, Hollenberg vs Franklin;
3781, Cobb vs McManus; 3782, Irwin vs
Woodson; 3786, Miller vs Dod; 3791, Ward
vs Ward; 3792, Abercrombie vs Neal; 3847,
Pollard vs Pollard; 3848, Goodwyn vs
Haynes; 3850, Filer vs Estes; 3851," Aiso
brook vs Brown; 3852, Porter vs Proviue;
3.853, Lucas vs Galbreath; 3854, Castles vs
Woodruff; 3855, Carter vs Eusel; 3856.
James vs On ey; 3867, Grey vs McClellan;
3858, Waldran vs Hoist; 3859, Vtvrett vs
Schoolfield; 3860, Fox vs Green; 3861, Rich
ardson vs Walker; 3862, Boyd vs Allen;
3S63, Roseborough vs Roeeborough; 3864,
Stout vs Stewart ; 3865, Lyon vs Freeman;
3867, Hayes v Ferguson; 3868, Talcott vs
Walker; 3869, Busby vs Willtlord.
GREAT 13 AUG AE?S
Ladies' and Gents' Underwear,
Gents' Dress Shirts,
Honse Furnishing Goods.
OERBER a M il. SOX S.
267 Main Street.
HERE IT IS AT 1. 1ST.
J list What Everybody Wants Sfaarnln-
eent Excursion to New Orleans
and to Texas via New Or
leans. On Thursday, December 2, 1880, at 8 a.m.,
a special train (first-class in every respect,
including palace sleepers and refreshment
coach) will leave Cairo, Illinois, and run
through to New Orleans over the Chicago,
St. Louis and New Orleans railroad, making
close connection at New Orleans with the j
Star and Crescent line railroad for Houston
and San Antonio, for the benefit of those
wishing to extend the trip beyond New Or
leans. Fare for the round trip to New Or
leans and return :
From Milan only - - - - $11 50
From J ackson, Tenn., only - - 10 50
From Grand Junction, ... 9 BO
From Grenada, - - - - 8 50
TO HOUSTON AND KETTRlt.
From Milan, only - - . $22 00
From Jackson, Tenn., only - - - 21 00
From Grand Junction, - - 20 00
From Grenada, - - - - 19 00
TO SAJt ANTONIO AND RETURN.
From Milan, onlv
From Jackson, Tenn., only - -From
Grand Junction, -From
Tickets will be on sale at Memphis and
stations on the Louisville and Nashville.
Memphis and Charleston and Missisipspi and
Tennessee railroads, as well as at all stations
on the Chicago, St. Louis and New Orleans
railroad between Cairo and McComb City,
Mississippi; also at Vickaburg and Meridian,
and stations on the Vicksburg and Meridian
railroad. Tickets good going only on special
train, December 2d. Good returning on all
regular train up to and including December 17,
1880. Special arrangements at reduced
rates have been made with the hotels and
theaters for the benefit of excursionists. The
ladies are especially invited to take advant
age of this charming trip to the gay city of
New Orleans. Fare
to New Orleans and return only $11 50.
Tickets for sale by the well-known and effi
cient general ticket agent Mr. James Speed,
287 Main street, and by the local agents at
the different railroad stations. For further
V. L. COLLIN'S,
General Manager, Milan, Tenn.
E. A. OOLUN-8,
Oeneiid Correspondent, Milan, Tenn.
The Snow 1'esterday
was very light unobserved, perhaps, by
many who were out at the time, yet the ac
companying colder change in the weather
caused a general hunting after wraps of all
kinds. The anticipations of Messrs. Johnson
& Vance in the demand for overcoats, flan
nels, etc., were fully realized. Their stock
last evening looked as if it would be com
pletely exhausted, if one could judge from
the crowd that continued to enter and pass
out with good, large bundles. This firm is so
long aud favorably known by every gentle
man in this section that it appears almost su
perfluous to say that they have the largest
and finest-selected stock of gents' clothing
and furnishing gnodi to be found in the
south. Call in and see them. They are on
Main street, under the Peabody hotel.
ristercttes and Reversible
HANDSOMEST IN THE CITY.
Far below the prevailing prices.
You are respectfully
invited to examine
tne same, at the
Great Western Clothing House.
227 Main street.
Our caramels have always been a special
ty, aud are made from pure cream. The sup
ply has not been equal to the demand.
Hereafter we can supply all our trade.
To Browne, the plumber, 40 Madiaon street,
T. P. Turner,
Dentist, 313 Main street.
Joe 'asanas n '. Boots and shoes are un
surpassed. A larare assortment on hand,
his own make. Repalrlns; nently done.
Fresh Arrival of Stock,
Hone and mule, at Mavs & Ilodsou' feed
and sale stable, corner of Monroe and Third
Have Your Sewer Connections
Made now while the weather is good by
Browne, 40 Madiaon street.
New Feed and Sale Stable,
Corner Monroe and Third streets, have
ni.-c saddle and harness horses for aale.
Prompt and Emclent Mora,
Browne, the plumber, 40 Madison street.
sV.tl. FKVXR A tO..
249 MAIN STREET,
ANNOUNCE FOR THIS WEEK
Throughout the various departments of their
establishment, which will be found com
plete with largely augmented stocks.
WM. FRANK A CO.
Offer various lines of
adapted to popular taste at marked conces
sion in prices:
5000 yards American Armures, at 10 cents,
former price 12 cents.
8:500 yards Heavy Twilled Ginghams, at
121 cents, former price 15 cents.
2500 yards Persian Momies, at 15 cents,
former price 20 ceuU.
4700 yards Escatnra Suitings, at 20 cents,
former pric- 25 cents.
' 3300 yards Grain d'Pondre Cloths, at 25
cents, former price 45 cents.
FRANK sA CO.
Ask? attention to an offering of Silk Fin
ished Mohairs, 30 inchi wide, in jet and
and raven black, at twk :ty-eive cents per
yard, worth more thai double the money.
Some of the numbers w offer at above price
have been sold at from VS cents to $1 00 per
yard. For the bargain of the seasoi: ask to
see our Silk Mohairs, at 25 cents.
WM. FRANK sA CO.
Have made still further concessions in the
prices of Suits and Costumes, it being our
aim to close out our present stock of above,
which is all new, entirely of this season's
manufactnre, of the latest and most ap
Black Silk Suits, handsomely trimmed in
brocade, satin, d' Lyon and fringe, at $35, re
duced from $50.
Black Silk Suits, trimmed in brocade, satin
and passamentrie, at $20, reduced from $30.
Black Satin Suits, trimmed in jet fringe,
at $22 50, reduced from $35.
trench all-wool Momie Suits in colors,
trimmed in brocade, velvet and satin, at
$27 50, reduced from $45.
LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
CLOA-KS, DOLMANS AND CLSTER8.
150 Cloaks and sacques, in twenty different
styles, trimmed in silk satin and fringe, at
$& $6 50, and $7 50, reduced from $10 to
225 Beaver and Diagonal Dolmans, beau
tifully trimmed with silk passamentrie and
fringe, from $7 50 to $12 00, well worth
double the money.
Also, lines of English Walking Jackets.
Ulsters and Circulars, at uniformly low pri
ces. Ladies will show an actual disregard of
their interests, if they fail to examine our
stock in above" department before making
their selections, as e feel assured they will
save money by so doing.
WM. FRANK A CO.
Will open on Monday, 15th inst., choice
and elegant novelties in Ladies' Neck Wear,
for evening, dress and reception use, such as
Fischus, Kerchiefs, Jabots and Capes, also,
new styles of Rulllings, Collarettes, Rucbes,
etc., which will be offered at very attractive
Real Kid Gloves, in light evening shades,
at 75 cents per pair.
WM. FRANK sA CO.
Will exhibit for this week only, an ex
quisite collection of
Many pieces of which are of rare artistic
merit and excellence, which will be offered
at about half their value:
We show handsome Fans for ol
ra or eve-
ning use, at 75 cents, formerly sold at $1 50.
At SI 00, White Feath Fans, formerly sold
at $2 25.
At SI 50, Rich Satin Fans, painted, for
merly sold at $3 0.
At S2 00, Ivory Fans, beautifullv carved,
formerly sold at $5 00.
Also, Superb Colorings in Gros Grain Sa
tin and Brocade Ribbons,
AT CHEAP PRICES.
WM. FRAK A CO..
No. 249 MAIN STREET.
EMMA ABROTT OPERA!
Opera Wraps, Opera Gloves,
LOW PRICES! I LOW PRICES!
R. I.OWF.XSTFIX A BROS.
frequently perplexed about obtaining
suitable garments lor children at reasonable
prices. Menken Brothers are making a spe
cialty of this class of goods, and are now
displaying the most extensive and varied as
sortment for all ages that has ever been
brought to this market. Beginning at in
fants' goods, every age from that up can be
supplied. Boys from two to ten can befitted
in kilts, regular suits and overcoats. Dealing
in these goods so extensively, Menken Bros,
can offer inducements beyond competition.
Floyd h Restaurant
Has all conveniences for dinner and supper
parlies. We get them up in elegant style,
and our prices are moderate.
BROHX A JONES,
363 Main street
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
K ill A- FREIBERG,
Corner Main and Poplar,
The Silks Slightly Damaged
HAVE ARRIVED !
Will be sold for less than the price of
Worsted Goods. Also the Velvets, Seal
brown and black, 50c and 75c. Also the
Caehemcres and Momie Cloths, 25c; no other
house in the city at less than double price.
Also Waterproof and Jeans, slightly im
perfect. SHEETINGS! SHEETINGS!
Pepperell, wet onlv; best only 20c.
KAIIX A FREIBERG,
Corner Main and Poplar Streets.
Also cheap lot of clothing, from St. Louis
bursted wholesale house.
Kahn & Freiberg.
Cau Oysters Tor Families.
The saloon and restaurant of John Sturla,
corner of Main and Tnion street, is one ol
the popular resorts of Memphis. The best
of liquors and cigars are kept at the bar,
aDd the restaurant is stocked with every
thing that the market nffords. Sturla keeps
can oysters in ice-chests in front of his house
for family use. They can be purchased
without entering the saloon or restaurant,
the proprietor being always on hand to at
tend to the wants of all who desire to pur
chase oysters in cans.
J. A. BULKY
does first-class plumbing at reasonable prices.
295 Second street.
Received Dally at
3.10 Vance street, cor. Lauderdale.
Panola Star: "Few cities in the south or
elsewhere can boast of such a business house
and firm as that of Menken Bros. We have
heretofore given expression of our sentiments
about it, but an occasional visit has such an
enlivening effect upon us that we like to
(peak of it again and again. The house is
noted far and wide for the elegance and va
riety of the goods with which it is always
filled, and which the constant immense sales
do not seem even to diminish, and it is
eqpally well noted for its accomplished and
polite sales-ladies and gentlemen, and for the
pleasant, affable and even accommodating
resident partners. The bouse of Men
ken Bros, is one of the established and most
creditable and popular institutions of Mem
phis. Plumbers'' Supplies,
J. W. X. Browne, 40 Madison street,
French Steam Dye-Workit.
Ladies' and gentlemen's goods dyed
cleaned at Louis Reigel's, 58J Jefferson street.-
X curl 1 ures Yeuralgia Inslan t ly .
A few drops applied kills the pain. New
sire 50 cent. U. .
1 Jones & (Jo. agent.
Odorless Excavating Company.
Vaults cleaned and filled. Office 45 Madi
son street. .
Teu:phone orders for flower to the Mem
phis floral company.
SEW UOODN! MEW GOODS!
Just received at
L LOWE.VSTEI.V A BROS.
We will open to-morrow (Monday, Novem
ber 15th), a new and magnificent
OUR BLACK GOODS DEPARTMENT
Is stocked with the
CHOICEST AND NEWEST FABRICS!
Ever brought to this market.
LOWENSTEIN a BROTHERS
Will offer great inducements in
HOUSE-FURNISH I NG GOODS !
DAMASK 1 TOWELS! .. NAPKINS!
At remarkably low prices. In the
same department we will display
PERSIAN TABLE COVERS!
All beautifully embroidered. These are
magnificent goods and worthy
B. LOWENSTEIN & BROTHERS
Will also exhibit to-morrow iu their
NOVELTIES IN LACE GOODS!
Novelties in Sashes,
Novelties in Scarfs,
Novelties in Ribbons,
All of this season's importation, at
B. LOW E X ST K I A BBOS.
silks: silks: silks:
Begin to-morrow (Monday)
ON A GRAND SCALE
A special and important sale of choice new
BROCADED VELVETS AND SILKS!
PLAIN VELVETS AND SATINS!
SUBLIME LYONS BLACK SILKS!
flsaf-AIl of standard excellence."S8
Wholesale and retail.
Orders promptly filled by
C. B. BRYAN & CO.
Telephone Your Orders
For plumbing aud gas fitting to Phil J.
Mallon & Co., 204 Main street.
Lake Erie Salmon,
II. KEENSEI., SB., A SON.
Corner Jefferson and Meeond streets.
Xice Saddle Horses
For sale at Mays & Dodson's, corner sMonroe
and Third streets.
Oyst ens! OystertslX
Fresh Fish, Celery and Game received by
express daily by J. A. Signaigo, No.'s 278
and 280 Second street. Sole agent for the
celebrated F Brand.
New feed and sale stable, corner Morroe
and Third streets. Call and examine our
stock before purchasing.
MAYS & DODSON.
has reached Memphis. All owners ef horses
and mules should adopt prompt measures and
use the European condition powders. These
are prepared and sold only by Fahlen it
Kleinschmidt, chemists, Second and Beale.
AlPs Well that Ends Well..
Plenty men, and competent; plenty mate
rial, and good. Prices as low as the lowest,
quantity and quality considered.
J. w. X. BROWNE,
Plumber and Gas Fitter. 40 Mailison strwt.
CLOTH I XG.
Greatest Rargains Ever Known
Yow is Your Time to Invest Your
Money In CEOTIIIYG.
Worth of CLOTH I XG to be Sac
rificed at Slaughtering Prices.
Read Price List of Onr Wonderful
CUT THIS OUT AND BRING IT WITH VOL' :
Our $10 suits reduced to S G 50.
Our S12 suits reduced to 8 00.
Our Slo suits reduced to 10 00.
Our S18 suits reduced to 12 00.
Our $20 suits reduced to 15 00.
Our $25 suits reduced to 18 50.
Our $30 suits reduced to 20 00.
Our $10 overcoats reduced to $6 50.
Our $12 fine Chinchillas reduced to $8.
Our $15 fine Beavers reduced to $1C.
Our $15 Ulsters (Fav Cassimeres) reduced
Our $20 fine worsted overcoats reduced
Our $ 6 boys' suite reduced to $ 4 00.
Our $ 8 boys' suits reduced to 6 00,
Our $10 boys' suits reduced to 8 f0.
Our $15 boys' suits reduced to 10 00.
We also have an immense line of liovs'.
children's and youths' overcoats, which we i
will sell at slaughtering prices. We will also
place on sale one thousand pairs caKsimere
pants, warranted all wool, for the nominal
sum of These are good value at fifty per
-cn! advance, and cannot be duplicate! for
less than $5. You arc cordiallv invited to
inspect the above prices. This is a rare
chance for such bargains. Every one should
take advantage of the same. IVi not buy
one dollar's worth of clothing until you ex
amine our immense low prices. Do not mis
take the place.
. - Haiti Street. 7
LEU BRIE BROS.
POPULAR AND PROGRESSIVE
The Great Success
Reduce the Prices of Our Entire Stock in the
Early Part of the Season to Give All a
CHANCE FOR RARE BARGAINS
WHEN GOODS ARE NEEDED.
Suitings, 10, 12 1-2, 17 1-2 and 20c.
Brocade Novelties, 20, 25 and 30c.
Wool Momies, 32: l-2c; cheap at 50c
Armures, wool, 27 12, 30c up. '
Shoodah, 32 1-2 up to 90c.
Handsome Scotch Plaids, 12 1-2 up
to 95 cents.
Silk and Wool No veltieM5c to $3 50
The largest assortment of the celebrated and
Front SOe, 7oe up to 81 70.
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 puch fine qualties for so
. low prices, being 1C to 12cunder last season.
French Dress Goods,
From tl to 81 SO.
Unrivaled Collection of Rich and Bounti
These include most of our Paris purchases,
and are by all odds the best exhibit in high
class Ooods we have ever shown. They are
in all the most popular colors and effects, and
are worthy of an inspection by every lady.
For Ladies, Hen and Children,
AT ALL PRICES.
In French Knit, Felt, Italian Cloth, Plain and Quilted Satin, Alpaca,AH-Wool Flannels. Onr $1 Trimmed
Felt Skirt, full size, is the Bargain of the Season.
And Millinery Goods.
Our stock comprises the most
Millinery Novelties !
We claim for our goods that they
are superior in "style," finish and
texture to any in Memphis at the
SATIN AND GROS GRAIN:
No. 7,10c; No.9,l2ic; No. 12, 15c.
AT NEW YORK PRICES.
ins. RioKln, him. isMcs un:
Blankets, Comforts, HousMsoing (bods
The finest assortment
I KEEP A SF.LEtrr STOCK (rxelaalvelT of
say awn tnaxtafactarr) txiNSTANTl.y ON
HAND. I am also prepared to build (TO ORDER)
any or all or the modrrn atylva of Huk-
fjtajaj and Family Carriages now in nse. 1 use
nothing but the VERY BEST MATERIA I., and
employ strictly tarat-claas mechanics.
In all Its branches, (lone promptly and lu the best
manner OWKV r!ll.l.V.4 t.l I.
Tstf A klTCn ucai. soara .,ww u .n Ta,
ff Oil FJI otm, u,i. l.J,r, in,..,,.. Ks.
nu. ili.tTiupii, M t..i..t. foSl
Attending our Efforts, induces us to
SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
All shades of Satins, 50c
Black and Colored Silks, 65c up.
Black and Colored Silk Velvets,
from $1 up.
We call especial attention to our
silk-finish Velveteens, 50c to $1
Suits, Cloaks, Dolmans
Ladies' and Misses' Knits and Cloaks,
Jersey Walking Jackets,
English Walking Jackets, black and all
new fall shades, $3 50, Aii 50, $7 np.
Handsome Dolmans, In plain nnd diagonal
c lot hs.f r im mod passemen terie fringe,
etc., $7 50, $8 75, $10, 12 np.
Circulars and Ulsters, $4, $5 50, $6 75 np
Black and Colored Beaver Cloaks, finely
trimmed passementerie, silk & fringe,
$4 50, $5, A7 50 np.
i.i.i un 1 1 . i ir.
Celebrated Saxon-Beauty Kids!
Via i,Drni v s.rr thr us to sar anv -
thing about these gloves, f heir durability
has been tested by thoosandn of oar ens-
tomers. Onr fall importation Is now in,
and they excel all former seasons in street
and evening shades. It may be well,
however, to quote the priced!
2-Button, 90c 4-Button, 1.25
3-Jsntton,i.uu o-isuixon, low
Every pair warranted. We haTC the
1 exclusive sale of these gloves.
Our stock of Clothing for Boys'
and Children's Wear hi the largest
and finest we hare 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
Nobby Styles. We will not only
sell you Better Goods and at Lower
; Priw than any other store in the
t uiinu t. ut gaaiauWD cioij io
cle to be as represented. Any
goods purchased from us and not
proving satisfactory can be ex
changed any time within thirty
days, if in good order, or money
will be refunded.
Take the Elevator to Upper Floor.
Oil J M ffUU lriiMlBIiJ
All Latest Novell les in
of New Styles ever opened. Prices the Lowest Quoted.
A. M. BOYD & SONS
264 FRONT ST., COR. COURT, MEMPHIS.
Weishita of Cotton
BLACK DIAMOJND PAINT!
Will protect your Tin, Iron, Copper and Shingle Roofs, Castings, far-wheels, Etc
J. H. ItKM.lt A- CO., Asp rata far Manafaenssra OJUa, a Hadlaoa NI., exaaala.
THE BUCK DIAMOND PAINT HAS BEEN APPLIED TO OVES M ROOKS IN NASHVILLE,
and lias elveu entire xaus action. This Paint has been in use for fifteen years, and ls warranted
to be fire and water-proof, una ftc ted by heat or cold. Leaky roofs made water-tight, or no charge.
All orders promptly attended lo.
MF-SSR8 J ir I.LEN it CC., 75 Chciwu Stkket, Nashville Gentle-hen : We are so well pleased
snd satisfied with trie aetlon o ' your Black Diamond Paint, which you applied to the roof of the Max
well House some twelve moutht ago, that we take great pleasure In handing you our testimonial. You
are at liberty to reler to us, and we shall be glad to answer any eommunlcetloo in rotation to it.
Mo" irnlv your.. M tXWF.LL HOUHK COMPANY. E. ( IIAI'IN. Manager.
AVTNO this IMh day of Oct jber, 1880, quaiinea
k. administrator of eslal: ol Mrs. aary aa-
ntn i,.. 1 I herabv notify all oersous in
debted lo -.i: i . -..iu- to come forward and settle.
Also notify all persons bavin, elaims against the
estate to file them with me. properly proven, as la
required by law . JNO. M, FAlUUMiTiw,
11.10 Wnnl TH AMIURTP
The Plain White Wool Flannels, at 18,
xz ana soe.
The Plats Scarlets, at 20, 25 and 80c,
Are Bargains Unparalleled
Twilled Scarlet Flannels, full Cochlned
dye, highly recommended for their anti
rheumatic properties, 88, 85 and 40c
The celebrated AU-Wool Shaker Flannels
are warranted not to shrink in washing
if ordinary care la used.
The 8-4 White at 65c,
The 8-4 Scarlet at 70c,
The 8-4 Orav at 65c
Are Unnsnal Bargains.
Ladles' Cloths and Costume Flannels, In
all the r asnionaDie colors.
Balbrlggan Hose, seasonable weights,
2 oc per pair.
Fleeced Cotton Hose, 25c per pair.
Brown Mixed Hosiery, 8 pairs for $1.
Fancy Colored Hose, 8 pairs for $1.
Solid Colored Hose, all colors. 50c per
! The finest line and greatest variety erer
shown, all qualities, from 25c per pair.
Fancy styles Cotton Half Hose, 25c per
A great variety of styles, 8 pairs for $1
Scotch Wool Half Hose, 50c per pair.
All our Hosiery is full regular made and
full fashioned. We have lower and finer
grades than those quoted, but they are recom
mended for their durable qualties.
BOOTS & SHOES.
THE BEST GOODS
Keep only the Best Makes.
Our $1 and $1 60 Corsets
Have no equals in this market.
Kasbraelsssr all the I'opnl.rShspm, at
Our TJSTJAX LOW PRICES.
AND ZEPHYR GOODS.
ELEVATOR FOR UPPER FLOOR
MADAME DxSILVEB (late Madame Baal) ts in
the city for a short time, at M W la a eater
tract, betweoa Second aud Third. Consult the
Madame on any thing pertaining to life.
Owing to the ST real freiicht blockade oar
Damnited Clooda did not arrive until
this week. We will place I hem Mil
TO-IOMOW, and all we have to aay
Par Flan will be out wtUa the Bis; Words
10 cases Best Prints, 4c per yard.
n I'rints (Black), 4 ,r per yard
Coses Solid-Color Print!
(all colors), SHc per
3 rasen Best French Percales, yard wide.
wortti ijc jier yam.
J eases r n i
'rench Twill Sateens, SjC, worth 20e per
a oaies sea lsiauu uomeiue, oc, woriu viz iw
5 bales Heavy Brown Domestic, 5c per yarn.
S cases Best Ulngliams. 6c, worth 10c per yard.
1 case French l iuiKhams, double fold, 10c, worth
16c per vard.
8 eases lleavv t'otton Flannel, 6JV, worth 10c per
3"J m . .
4 DAIPe 1 1 CUVy urUnU lAJiuwut, -o, yts ) aij.
This Week! This Week!
b cases Blenched Muslin, all the desirable brands.
Lonsdale, Fruit of the Loom, Andruscogsin, all at
e per yard.
10 nes All-Wool French Merino, 25c, worth 00c
2S pes All-Wool Morale CI. th, all shades, 1 yards
wide, 2" per yard, worih 60c.
;i -s Momie and Fluurod Alpara, all shades,
V- worth 20c per yard.
lo Kstriped Dress sua. 2ix worth aepTyara.
10 pes Plan
in uros urain alia, we, worm si
This Week! This Week!
J0 pes Wnterproof, 50c, worth Jl per yard.
5 pes French lassimere, lor geuta' wr, all wool,
14 yards wide, f 1 75. worth S3 per yard.
pes Bleached Table Daraosk, 50c, worth 90c per
10 pes All-Linen Table Damask, 25c, worth 90c
per yard. ,
15 pes R.-d Table Damask, 45c, worth ROc par yard.
50 pes Twilled Crash, extra wldo heavy, ft -.worth
12!y- per vnr'l .
S pes Irfsh Linen, all pure, 25e.worth 40c per yard.
25 pes Richardson Best Irish Linen, 35c, worth 85c
per yard ; tlnest quality.
This Week! This Week!
100 White Crochet Spreads, II, worth 91 "5.
100 pairs Blue Bisnkets, All Wool, SJ 50, worth to.
100 Full-size White Spreads, 40c, worth 7&c.
100 Heavy White .spreads, 7je, worth tl 2ft.
100 Very Heavy Colored Bed Spreads, All Wool,
ft, worth S3 50.
100 pairs Urav Blankets, tl, woxth tl 50.
50 pairs White BlHiikets, t2, worth S3.
2ft pairs White Blankets, Fine, S3 50, worth .,.
25 pairs White Blankets, Fine, 05, worth 17 SO.
20 pairs 12-1 White Blankets, very best, ts worth
5 dox ladles' Crochet Shawls, 7.V, worth tl 25.
5 doz Ladles' Full-size Striped Shawls, 75r, worth
25 pes All-Wool Red Flannel, 20c, worth SOe.
25 pes All-Wool Red Flannel, 2fte, worth 35c.
10 pes All-Wool Red Flannel, Sue, worth 40c.
10 pes All-Wool Bed Flannel, Finest, 35c, w'th 90s
25 pes White Flannel, lie, worth 25c.
10 pea Very Heavy Or.iy Twilled Flannel, H4je,
This Week !
500 doz Gents' Handkerchiefs, Very Fine and
Warranted all Pure Linen, 12.ic, worth 25c each.
100 doz Finest Quality licnts Cambric Haudker
chlefs, 5c, worth 15c.
200 doz Extm-slze Pure Linen Huck Towels, 10c,
worth 20c each.
50 doz Finest Quality Bleached Damask Ti wel-.,
25c. worth 50c each.
T . doz Turki vd Napkins, 4Jc, Worth 90c a doz.
40 doz Red-Bordered Napkins. GOc, worth $1 a doc.
JHO doz Misses' and Children's
Hose, all at 8V.C. worth l.V.
KIOU pkgs Finest I'i m. only 25c per pka; of 1 doa
Kilt tuns! Buttons!
10,000 doz Finest I'enrl Inlaid Dress Buttons of
very description, all at 5c jier doz.
600 doz Sara Bernhardt Kid Gloves, in every de
sirable Shade. .1 and 4 Buttons, at the wonderful
low priee ol Km-, w orth tl 2j a pair.
Tills Week!"" Tills Week!
25 doz Ladies' Chemise, 2ftc, worth 50c.
10 doz ladies' Chemise, Vk, worth GOc.
10 doz ladies' Chemise, 50c, worth 85c.
5 doz Ladles' Chemise, 65c, worth tl.
10 doz Ladles' Skirts, 35c, worth 60c.
12 doz Ladies' Skirts, 50c, worth 85c.
10 doz ladles' Skirts, He, worth tl 2!.
10 doz Ladies' Long Gowns, tl, worth t2 each.
Gents' Furnishing; Goods.
50 dozen best unlaundricd shirts, 50c, worth 75c
25 dozen best gents' dress shirts, 75c, worth tl 26
10 dozen gents' percale shirts, 40c, worth 75c each.
10 dozen heavy red knit undershirts, tl 26, worth
10 dozen gents' silk-lined merino undershirts,
50c, worth tl each.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
15 cases gents' full stock kip boots, extra long ,
t2, worth tl 50 pair,
incases good, heavy men's hoofs. SI :0, worth t2
10 cases full stock calf boots, tl 50, worth ts pair.
10 cases boys' boots, 1 to 6, tl 50, worth t2 50 pair.
10 cases boys' boots, 10 to l.'l, tl, worth tl 50 pair.
5 rases children's- boots, red tops, tl, worth
tl 50 pair.
10 cases ladies' sewed goat shoes, tl, worth tl 75
10 cases ladies' kid shoes, custom-made, tl 75,
worth f pair.
5 eases children's best sewed shoes, 75c, worth
tl 25 pair.
Coal Scuttles, 50c, worth tl.
Blacking Cases, Brussels Tops, tl 50, worth tS.
Brass Lamps, complete, S5c, worth 75c.
Extra-size Stcw-Pans, 25c, worth 50c
Preserve Kettles, 25c, worth 50c.
Boys' and Children's Cloth
ing. The following goods were bought by us at the
Sheriff's Sale of Messrs. Moss & Herman's stock of
Boys' Clothing, New York, and will be offered at
less tnsn .a- on tne ti:
50 Children's Suits. 3 pieces, f:50. worth tSa snit.
GO Children's Suits, 3 pieces, t2 60, woathtt 75 a
40 Boys' Suits, jacket and pants, fi. worth tC a
0t Boys' Suits, Jacket and pants, tS 50, worth t7 a
50 Boys' Suits, jacket, pants and vest, t3 50,worth
t7 50 a suit.
75 Boys' Suits, coat, punts and vest, tl. worth ts
35 Boys' Suits, coat, pants and vest, tl 50, worth
t'. a suft.
One lot of Boys' Heavy Overcoats at $3 50, worth
Carpets! Carpets I
G pes Brussels carpets, 85c ; worth tl 40 per yard.
I pes Brussels carpets, 76c; worth tl 25 Jier yard.
5 pes all-wool 2-ply carpets, 65c; worth 11 per yd.
10 pes all-wool, very best carpets, 50c ; worth JUc
Bcs 2-ply Ingrain carpets, 35c; worth 60c per
10 pes 2-ply Ingrain carpets, 25c; worth 40c per
10 pes very best hemp carpets, 17c ; worth 25c per
5 pes crumb clothing 1 yd wide, 90c; worth
tl 50 per yard.
1 doz crumb cloths, t5; worth to.
1 doz crum cloths, tti ; worth J 10
H doz crumb cloths, best English, t8 50; worth
50 oilcloth rags, 50c; worth 75c.
60 oilcloth rugs, 75c ; worth tl.
Door mats, 75c ; worth tl 25.
Door mats, 'Joe ; worth tl 50.
5 pes stair linen 27 Inches wide, 12c; worth 25c
All the above Blifclitlw damaged
good w ill be found t him week at
Bejach & Brash's.
Orders for any of the
above goods must be sent at
IiookTont for the opening
of the above establishment
AT 223 MAIN STREET.
The largest stock of Toys
and Fancy goods ever seen
under one roof will be
offered at Wholesale and
No. 223 Main Street.
Look out for the opening
They wlU eoauslat or she following Bar.
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