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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 188Q.
MENKEN Hold a special and Imported All-wool 1 in pot-La 111 DOLMANS Hlrx-U biu been no carefully selected that Ijxllf" will And ao dlOleulty In grKlnR Jl'ST WHAT THEY WAST As usual, we display the Most Varied and Elegant Lines (for all of UlnA Maic MENKEN BROTHERS JET PAiLACE. JET PALACE Juzt receive 1 the following line of LADIES' WATCH CHAINS Bamboo, Beaded Crochet, Celluloid (Bfew), Shot-steel, and other styles. Also, a most aeaottfnl line of Hns, Ear rings, Bracelets, Jfechlaees, Bandeaux, fTr Beal ONYX WOODS mounted In Solid Gold. A most elegant line In 'PLATED IE WELBYJncIndlnB Bracelets of sj 1 sty les and sizes, Call and examine. I. ROESCHER, Agent, So, 277 Main Street, Mcinphl. MEMPHIS PICTURE-FRAME FACTORY. If. H ESOC i. HBERG 281 Main Street. Oil Paintings, ChroiuoK, Frame. Statuary Kngravlnga, Mtrrorn, Brackets, , ete. New and Splendid Assortment, AT LOW PBICES. TAKEN UP. "TULE One Mule, which owner can have by J.1J- proving prop.-rt proving property and joying charges. H. E. . ( A.N.i'.. iwinei riace FOB KEXT. STOREHOUSE No. 325 Main street. Store No. 307 Msln street. Dwelling 109 Madison street. Four desirable shops for carpenters, painters or tluners, corner Second and Gayoen. Apply at 3 Madison. J. L. OOODLOE, Alt'y. ROOM A nice furnished front comer room, at 49 Market steel, corner Second, to gentlemen only, wltn or without board H OUSE Of 4 roornn, 260 Calhoun t. Apply M r.inott it., or v Artaurtrt, i.i w. court. 'BWCsTREBIbEE-2MBeale street. MINOR MERIWETHER. ( 1KNTRAL HOTEL On Ailann .treet ; centrally Kj located iu nrt-idasi order: newiy DalaMi and caltlinincd strong inducements onerea to iduceinenLs offered any uood tenant Apply Ui SF.LDEN & PARKER. 25 Main street, Memphis, Tenn. OOM8 Over No. 3M Second street, suitable Tor Umiiles. Apply to W. L. PARKER. 19 Madison it. "OLA STATION In Tunics county, Miss., known I as the A ven t Flace. Possession given the 1st of January next. Apply to W. 8. DANCY, Holly Spring. Miss. DOOMS Nice furnished rooms. X at 72 Court street. RESIDENCE No. 100 Market street Apply at No. 110. TO OOM8 Furnished, at lis. Court street. XV MRS. C 1'. r tir.r.BA.i TARNISHED ROOMS X' at 107 Jefferson street. FOB SALE. GOOD GERMAN BOARDING HOUSE Apply at Nos. 8 and 10 Basle street 1 ROCERY On reasonable terms I doing good ! aood rea- VT business; very desirable stsud sen Kiven lor senilis. Aoarsss J. X., Appeal. COTTON-TIES 150 bundle new Cotton-Ties. 8. GAliAY, Agent, 4ft), 411 and 413 Shelby street. Y.M.KCTRIC LIOHTS Henilllght Oil, Fluid and -Hi Gas Stoves. A. fUTZPELP, 233 Seoolld St. rpilE MERRILL FARM Containing about 463 A sexes of good farming land, located in the 6lh district, about seven mile, north of Memphis and miles west of Ralalgb, nsar Vtrge Kawllngt's - place ; will ssll on easv terms and at a low price. H. L. QL'IOX. A sent. 19 Martiaoii St. c 10TTAGE No. 204 Deto street, corner Ponto- toe. for 1 1500. U. L. GUION, Agent. f!( ACRE:IOF LAND On Rosebrough pi iJ miles from city, on rig'onroost road. lace, 5 igjnroost roaa. Ap W. W. WILLIAMS. ply to THE SLATI-Ou the roof the Court Street Cum berlaud (!hureh. Apply fo J A3. H. McOAVITT. 230 Front st. toEsIDENCE A nice cotuge residence of four XV rooms, wltii kitchen an- servants' room at tached: a good well, stable, garden, and a variety of fruit trees otx the lot, which is sifiated near the public square in Reruando, Mts. Will bo sold cheap for cast. Apply to Rev. s. T. Rcld or O. Mi Kenric. E) . Hemsndo. Miss. RESIDENCF 37 Johnson avenue; very desira ble residence: cheap for isah. Apply on pr-misej. or to B. B. Rogers. 37 Monroe St. CtoTTAGK-On accoumTot owner being a non J reaidsnt, the one-story frame cottage 259 Her muido street, corner Calhoun, 70 by 200 feet. Terms reasonable At present occupied by a good tenant. Apply to B. RIOUMOaD or It M. McTJE, No. 20 Madison steeet. BRICK -Hy river or roll. Quanutf and guasfff guaranteed. Leave orders at John A. Dcnie's, ii.' Front. E. C. Buehanas ti Co., 320 Front, or W. J. Cbsse ACo.'s, 182 Main st. O. H. P. FIPF.4t BRICK- : t J. T. FRANK 4 CO.'B. ENGlNK-ne an" -ud stationary engine, without ooner-. ..nder 14x36 inches; all coin PUMo e.xcepi 11,-. in sood running order. am t' luui st a burr.' Ann.. at CUlt UASAiv itwir. WORKS. uE Second st. j5lANOSA" tew 7 ocuve second hand i'isnos, X cheap for cash, at WITZMANN CO. "8 music' ore. 223 wona street. WANTS. CT0VERNF8S For Uie country to teach four T child wn; eldi-tflij aged fourteen; must be cher of , rn. rl.-ir Alo.1v in ncrsuli to W Peiw l H ,t. , on Tuet lay. ' DRESSMAKER AND APPRENTICE A No. 1 DresHnsker, who understands cutting and fltling; lU, un sppruiitlcc. Apply at M1HS M. A. CALDWELL S. 124SlleSlwst TH) EXCGABOE Seaing-marhine for board In X private family. Address 8. M . this othce. "ilNNER-ImmedUtely ; steodyiob; good wages. 48 MAIN STRE1 Ear. CISTERNS- Repaired snd renovated, cnanre wnaiever lu, USclv.irlr of .11 kind- wue si iMjium rates. THOMAS CUBBINS, 43 Madison st TVl LOAN AXJU-Ajllt edge paper or good security X ouly sicopted. Address, stating security, etc., MET, care Appeal oftcc. 3 ARDEKEB 1 want a Oarntan or Swede (single vl man preferred) for gardener and general work. To one who sails me, 1 will (ire a good houe and permanent emnlnyment, at fair wages. MINTER PARKER, 289 Main st. AQ ENTiEverywhere ; H15 per month: cata logue free. American Cammo and From Mmifsanirerii. too n. Seventh Mrect, St. Louis, Mo. rTll V VVi IM V T(l IT V( I VV Th.t louv f-ilvliikM JL 3:t3 Main street, makes the finest BOOTS and BOM to order. ill W 1 LABORERS -Da V ok s lA'TKIN WORK JJJ 400 on tho t hoc taw Bead Levee, Bolivar county. Miss.; and 200 on the Uanunsck Levee. Incaena county, Miss. Wsges 12 per day and three jiggers. Station work 13 to 16 cents per cubic yard. Apply on works. GEO. ARNOLD, Contractor, or t . Taylcr At mold, 272 Front street, MemphiL 7 A DIES can have their Plush Hats reshaped at XU OOOBYgAB'S. 'j' ADTES' Straw' and Leghorn Bats made tolook iu o gmsl as new, at GOODYEAll'S. LADIES specUl attention given to' reshaping Whits rest Hats, at GOODY EA RrS LAWKS can have their last fall Walking Hals made over into the new Derby, st OOODYKAs'S, 250 Second t. Mil 4 8 1 -1 S I H I'll g sirs 5 .a at S3ll BROTHERS sale THIS WEEK Of Ladles' v. A.l-woal Xaganil ana utlndf Lyon & CLOAKS - Di Gamuts! IJIISKJIEXTS. T KI'BBIK'N TUEATEU. Vs JOSEPH BROOKS ... Proprietor and Manager emmaTbbott Grand English Opera Company. TUESDAY' PA It I. VXD VIR4JIXIA," Abbott, Seguin, Stoddard, James and Caatle. WEDNESDAY M T1EF., AT 2 5I tRTHA," Rosewalri, Sequin, James, Tumi and Brlgnoll. WEDNESDAY SI' HIT ''MARITANA." Ab bott, Hflirel, Stoddard, Janus, Turns and Caatle. THURSDAY" 1LTKOVATURE." FRIDAY "FA ITT," SATURDAY 1CATBEE-" 1.1 ( IA DI LAH HERHOOK." SATURDAY NIGHT "CABMEW." Matinee Prices Drew Ctrele and rarquette, fL Bsieouy, .so cent'. "No extra ehnrge for acserved ac ats.-nn BIKDN. 1IIBI! BIBILS: BIKUS! SSO OF THE BEST Hartz Mountain Canarien! Will be sold at Auction Prices every day this week, .eVt No. 13XX IVXlxa Stree t aw The public are lnvit"d to call and exami-ie tho stock. . PEBSOXAL. 1 V. NAIL!. Is dosing out his large and cotnV V T. plcte stock of Carpeting, nil-Cloths, Rug-, etc.. before moving into his new store. SILK asd COTTON OI BROIDERY Crochet and fancy -eoalo work dono by Mrs. C B. NOLAN. Orders left the Wli.-H.ri Machine rooms, 262 Second street, will bu promptly attemlcd to. I XX R. R. L. LASKI has removed hu oSloe to 343 J I Main street, three doors below Colon, over loacpn n-sK .- -re. STBAYEB OB STOLEN. COW About eight days ago, one black cow, heavy with calf: left horn bored, sod short tail, rtvc dollars reward will be paid on hex de livery to 5S:'. Shelby itrcet, or any information leading to her recovery. TO EXCHANGE. YTOUSE ASD LOT 111 Memobls. Tenn for a XX small farm. For further Information sddrea, F. RAY, Burnett's Landing, Mus. QEWER CONNECTIONS. WATER CLOSETS, O llathtubs for grei nbaeks PHIL J. M.VLLON 4 CO.. 204 Main street STOLEN. jlOWS REWARD Thursdsy night two blsek v muueycows I will ms til for deliverv of the JAMES H. DO AN 416 Orleans st. BOOMS ANO BOARD. ROOMS Front snd back, furnished or unfur nished, with excellent tablo board, at No. 411 Shelby street, between Basle n1 Linden ROOMS Kumishtl or unlumiMied.wiin bousd, t reasonable rates, at 54 and 56 Monroe street X .TICK KlXJMS Furnished or nniumisbed, aiu- ele or in suite; Rpartmenu, for liirht house keeping, at 101 Jefferson street ROOMS AND BOARD st No. 392 Poplar street. lost! V AIiY'S BREASTPIN Coral setting On Bcale, J.J near Desoto. Value of piu paid for its recov ery; O. W. SMITH. 257! Matn'strret. OO' i Small lice dog, abriut 18 inches high, black, with brown feet snd white breast; small piece of cor gone, and answers to name of F e I o . I : c n 1 1 i . : juiit hrnExressfflee LARGEST Stock of Fancy Groceries Out side of New York. 2.000 bxs, Halves and quarters Raisins. 20 cases Figs. 2,000 boxes Fire Crackers. 2,000 boxes Factory Cheese. 800 boxes Cream Cheese. 1,000 boxes Crackers. 1,000 rosea Sardines. 1,000 cases Uarrett's Ralph's Snuff. 8,000 cases Jellies. 0,000 cs. assorted Frnits and Vegetables 100,000 pounds Fancy Candy. 1,000 cases Canned Mackerel. 500 ruses Caii3d Salmon. 500 raxes Brandy Peacii. s, 500 cases Brandy Cherries. 500 cases Matches. 1,000 baf, Green Coffee. 500 baiTels Itettru-d Snsars. 500 barrels Yellow Su-ur, 100 barrels New Molasses, 1,000 packages Lard and Haws. 50 ,000 Fresh Cocoannts. 1.000 bags Almonds. Brazils, Peanut, J'ecans and Filberts. 100 barrJb Oranges. ZOO boxes lemon-,. OLIERsFINNIE&Co WHOLESALE GROCERS, MEMPHIS TENNESSEE. LOCAL PARA08APHS. Frost and ice were the indications last uighC See statement Germ an-American Build iug association on second page. To-morrow evening the Ocrman Casino club men will celebrate the twenty-fourth anniversary oi the club bv a bannuet at their hall. On and after Wednesday next the mar ket hours will be changed. The public mar kets will open at 2 o'clock in the afternoon and cloae at 7 o'clock. The animal meeting of the stockholdersof the Memphis ami Charleston Railroad Com pany will be held to-day, at the Casino hall, corner of Second and Cnion. At the recorder's court yesterday morn ing, Bob Elliott, charged with larceny, was put under bonda. in the sum of $2000 to an swer the charge before the criminal court. At the criminal court yesterday the mis demeanor docket was taken up, aud many gambling and bawdy-house cases were dis posed of by judgments for tines and costs. The motion for a new trial in the case of the State n. W. A. Bickford, convicted of car rying a sword-cane, will be heard at the crim inal court on the twentieth instant, next Sat urday. In the drawing of the Kentucky State lot tery, at Covington, Kentucky, No. 63,029 drew the first capital prixe; No. 31,538 drew the second; No. 85,246 the third, and No. 1 fj,336 the fourth. - 77; caee ' Albert Thomas, white, for the murder ol colored man in this county, near th Fayette 40!;? l'ne b as been set for trial iu the criminal cour, p the fourth Mon day of the present month. To-morrow evening, at 7:30 o'ciodt.a fashionable wedding will be celebrated at the Central Methodist church, the contracting parti' s being Mr. N. B. Camp and Miss Min nie J. Spicer, both of our city. The grand jury of the criminal court haviug indicted Monroe Klink for the mur der of the steamboat-mate, Mat Reeve, eoo sequently no investigation of the case was had yesterday before Esquire Quigley. Lessee Brooks, of Leubrie's Theater, has" announced that he has Sara Bernhardt booked for MM nights in Memphis at the close of her New Ories engagement. The great French actress will til tt Theater to overflowing on both nights. The fair to be given at So. 348 Maid street for the benefit of the Sisters cA the Good Shepherd will open up on next Mon day evening, and will be continued during the week. On Saturday evening a grand concert will be giveu. Marriage licenses issued since last Satur day by the county court clerk. WinJet C N. yan De Vinton and Lizzie Creed, J. V. Howard and Minnie Williams, Thomas Weaver ad Jcio Noblin, Gilbort Chains and Addio Prake. At tho Federal court yesterday Judge Baxter, circuit judge, was on the bench. He heard arguments of counsel on a branch of the Water company cane, as to the ilistribu- lon of the hums created hy the purchase money, and took the cane under advisement. LaMt fcuiturrlav the liolicx: arrested Dan Clinton, a half-breed Indian connected with tii. Sells Hrothers' circus, on tlie charfre of c.irryiog concealed weapons. A loaded pis tol was fotind on his person. Jjesterday morning the recorder fined him $50 and fixed his bond at $500. At the Theater to-night Paul and Vir- mitm wilt te the oiieratie attraction, wltn Kmma Abbott as "Virginia," Mr. Castle as Paul," Zelda S-euin a- "Meala," Mr. Stod dard as "St. Croix," and Sir. James an "Do mingo." At the matinee to-morrow Martha will be p-cseuted with Julia KosewaM in the title role. A New York drummer was victimized last week bv a party of practical jokers con nected with the Memphis club, by involving hiiu in a correspondence for a duel at llopt tield, Arkansas, he being charged with caus ing a misunderstanding between a gentleman and a lady of this city during a club enter tainment. At the Louisville deiiot grounds on Sun day a controversy arose between John Sulli van, yard-master, and James Dugan, one of the employes, during which Dugan struck Sullivan over the head with an iron coup-pling-pin, inflicting serious injuries. Dugan was arrested and will be held for examation until Mr. Sullivan's condition is clearly de- t rmir.ed by the physician. The ladies comprising the various com mittee8 of ward visitors of the Women's christian association extend a cordial invita tion to their friends, and the friends of the cause generally, to attend the sociable to night at the residence of Major J. J. Busby, 454 Vance street, eiven for their work. An attractive programme is provided, and r warm welcome awaits the friends of the aft sociation. Last Sunday afternoon the Abbott opera compauv was expected to arrive in this eitv from Nashville. Colonel Jamea Morrisey, the manager, and several soeitv young gtn tlemen, including a well-known dramatic critic of one of our journals (not the Al peai.) eneaited four hacks and, forming procession, drove to the depot to meet the singers and escort them to the Peabody hotel As the procession moved up Main street a newsboy sang out, "Whose dead?" and th reply came Ironi another urchin, "I don't know, but I reckon it s the man in tie coffin." Arriving at the depot, the party waited an hour in the cold for the train. They were dressed in style, with the addition of stove pipe hats and kid gloves, but no "Abbott" came when the train arrived, nothing but the baggage of the company, being sent forward. The "mashers" left the trunks to the baggage smashers, and drove back down town disap pointed, cold and sad. The boys were badly 'broke up" and in "beastly bad form" dur ing the rest of the day. rmsoNAL. Mb. J. S. Webster, a former resident of Memphis, but now a cotton factor in New Ofleans, is once more among his Memphis friends. Sayb Neat's .State Gazette: "Last Wednes day morning at sunrise, Mr. David H. Poston, a prominent Memphis lawyer, was marriid to Miss Flavia Phillips, by'Eev. O. T. Snl livan, at the hospitable, Dyersbhrg home of the bride's father, Dr. J. W. Phillips. The ceremony over, all partook of a sumptuous repast, a breakfast prepared with Mrs. Phil lip's rare good taste, a feast fit for the god?. The Sunday-school and mite society will sadly miss Miss Flavia, but Dyerburg's loss is Memphis' gain." LAW REPORTS. Criminal Court- - I.. H. Horrlsmn, Jadgc. Calendar for Ttissday, November 16, 1880: No. 2, Forrest Laugford; 4!). Wm, Moore; 09, Spencer Lee; 102 and 74, Clem Harris, Henry Kobinson and Pete Kddins; 75, Allen Jenkins; 92, James Williams; 97, Jesse An derson; 99, Annie Freeman; 100, William Butler; 105, Si Evans; 112, W. F. Kim brotigh; 113 and 114, John Miller. Chancery Court McDowell. Chancellor. Calendar for November lt'. 1880: Ready and pending, Nos. 3780, 3780, 3792, 3847, 3868, 3869 and 3247. Specially set: 2155, Cocke vs Hatcher; 2720, Gallagher vs Insur ance Company; 3625, Edgington vs Jamie son. New cases; W. Association vs Wcold ridge. 3871, Stale hank vs Winchester; 3873, Mallory va Allen; 3874, Roosa vs Young; 3875, A very vs Smith; 3876, White vs Estes; 3877, Lonchim vs James; 3878, Dunnvs Dunn; 3880, Phillip- vs Still; 3881, Joiner vs Chase: 3(-H2, Williams vs Murray; j 3.S33, Richardson vs Batenian; 3884, Zeut vs I Maddox; 3886, Arrington vs Daucey; 3887, Morrison vs Morrison ; 38S8, DeLaunay vs HaUowell; 38S9, Lee vs Vaughan; 3890, Chandler vs Barnes; 3891, Vana vs Edmond son; 3892, Tiehe vs Brannon; 3893, Thomas vs Knight; 3894, Wei, . ys Saunders; 3895, Mott vs Brinkley; 3896, Ely f3 Hanson; '.iS97, Hunt vs Sears; 3898, Anderson s Lent. 3899, Koen vs Jones. (rerman-Ajnei'ican Buildiug and Loan Astsoclatlon. In another column will be found the ninth semi-annual statement of the tlewman-Amer-ican Building and Loan association, of Mem phis, for the year, ending November 8, 1880. The officers of ihis sterling associa tion are as follows: John Scheibler, presi dent; I. N. Snowden, vice-president; F. S. Davis, Treasurer. Directors: L. Hanauer, Alex Erskine, I. Friedman, M. Marx, W. O. Hoakins, John Lackhauer, A. C. Von Gun dell, J. J. Jenny and Lou Lcubrie. These gentlemen are well known and successful usiness men. The operations of the associ ation have been of a very flattering character since its inauguration in May, 1876. The epidemics of 1878 and 1879 were not detri mental to the interests of the association. It pays to those . ho . ahem Is? to its stock as an investment or saving a handsome interest, and offers to others the best and easiest opportu nity of securing homes. t pays the largest interest of any building association in the city, as can be seen from the statement, showing that the cash profits iu stock averaged about eleven per cent, per annum, the cash profits on stock of first scries being thirteen per cent, per annum, and on the fourth series uine per cent, per annum. The total amount of assets u $33, 180 23, and liabilities $71,865 75, showing a balance carried over to the contingent fund of $16,324 48. Every, share of stock for which notice of withdrawal had been given, has beeu redeemed in cash. Building associa tions have to a large extent, built the houses of the laboring classes in Philadelphia. The man who pays fifteen or twenty dollars rent per month can purchase his own home by subscribing to the new series just issued by this association. The fifth series is limited to five hundred shares, which are being taken up rapidly. All necessary information will be furnished on application at the office of the association, No. 16Madison street. OPER A GOOOS ! MENKEN BROTHERS. WRAPS. GLOVES, FIC1TUS, FANS, RUG'BINOS. Novelties, express ly for evening wear. Ladies will find no difficulty in getting suited, our assort ment is so exten sive and our selec tions so unique. MENKEN RROTnERS. For Sale. A Good GermaH boarding House, at Nos. 8 and 10, Beale street) - Apply I strongly recommend the use of F'ellowa's Compound Syrup of Hypopbosphites to all who suffer iu any way from disease or weak ness of the 1.'. iu-, Bronchial Tubes, or gen eral debility. 4. u. w. scott. m.d., Qagettwa, N. B. It is doing more to relieve the sufferings of women than any other remedy ever did do or ever can do Day's Kidney Pad. Niee Saddle Horses For sale at Mavs v Dodson's, corner Monroe and Third streets. Cleopatra ( Her power was retained by force cf per sonal charms. She led the old "boys" cap tive whenever she talked "pretty" to them and showed her teeth. History should tell us that she used SOZODONT, but it don't. The preparation she used might have had another name then. The Eplswotic has reached Memphis. All owners sf hcrses and mules should sdopt prompt measures and use the European condition powders. These are prepared and sold only by Fahlen ex Kleiuscntnidt, chemists. Second and Beale. A Dowaa-Tawn Merchant. Having passed several Blcejuess :iights. dis turbed by the agonies and cries of a suffering child, aotd becoming convinced that Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup was just the article needed, procured a supply (oi the child. On reaching hnn and acquainting his wu'e ill) what he had done, she refused Is have it ad ministered to the child, as she was strongly in favor of howoopalby. That night the child passed iu suffering and the parents without sleep. Returning home the day fol lowing, the father found the baby still worse; and, while contetnplatiug another sleepless night, the mother atepped from the room to i'teud to some domestic duties aud left the father wf& the child. During her absence he jjjunistered a portion of tho soothing svrnp to the baby, and tfi4 nothing. That night all hands slept w.ejl and the little fel low awoke in the morping'nrigtu v.:d happy. The mother was delighted with the suHae and wonderful change, and, although at first offended at the deception practiced upon her, has continued to use the syrup, and suffering, crying babioe and restless nigha have disap peared. A single trial of the syrup never yet failed to relieve the baby and overcome the prejudices of the mother. Hold by all druggist ; 2o cents a bottle. THE STEAMER W. J. P01TEVEST Leaves on Monday. November 32d, for Halcbie Klvcr ns 11 s.ii as Bolivar A Reminder or Oood Old Times. The splendid sidewheel passenger packet W. J. Poitevent leaves Mondav November 22d, for Bolivar and all intermediate land ings on Hatchie river. The Poitevent is owned bv Memphis merchants anil was pur chased for this trade. It will be remembered that last season these gentlemen lost a large amount of monev trving to force the Louis ville and Nashville railroad to put in a draw bridge, so as to open the river to navigation once more, and finally succeeded; and to these gentlemen the merchants and planters on Hatchie river are indebted for having water navigation, and we hope their efforts to accommodate their Hatchie river friends will be appreciated by them, and that they may concentrate their business on the Poite vent, for she richly deserves it. Merchant and planters should have their orders lot freight here by Friday or Saturday, so that she may not be detained. They are also re quested to have their cotton and cotton-seed at the various landings by Wednesday or Thursday of next week. The Poitevent has recently been repaired at a cost of S3500, and is in every respect a first-class packet. HEBE IT IS AT LAST. Just What Everybody Wants Macnlfl. cent Excursion to New Orleans and to Texas via New Or- 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 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 Miian only - - - - $11 50 From Jackson, Tenn., only - - . 10 50 From Grand Junction, - - 9 50 From Grenada, ... - 8 50 TO nOUSTON AND RETURU. From Milan, only - - - S2i 00 From Jackson, Tenn., only - - - 21 00 From Grand Junction, - - - 20 00 From Grenada, - . - - 19 00 TO SAJf ANTONIO AND RETURN. From Milan, only - - - $34 00 From Jackson, lenn., only ... 33 00 From Grand Junction, - - - 32 00 From Grenada, ... - 31 00 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 j railroad between Cairo and MoComb City, Mississippi; also at Vicksburg and Meridian, and stations on the Vicksburg and Meridian railroad. Tickets good going only on special train, December 2d. Good rttuming on idl 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 FROM MEMPHIS to New Orleans and return only $11 50. Tickets for sale by the well-known and effi cient general ticket agent Mr. James Speed, 287 Main street, and by the local agents at the different railroad stations. For further particulars address D . L COLLINS, General Manager, Milan, Tenn. E. A. COLLINS, General Correspondent, Milan, Teuu. COAL. Pittsburg coal, Cannel coal, Anthracite coal. Ayholesale and retail. Orders promptly filled by P.. B, BRYAN & CO. Floyd's Candles. Our caramels have always been a special ty, and are made Horn pure cream. The stip- &ly has not been equal to the demand, lereafter we can supply all our trade. Telephone Orders To Browne, the plumber, 40 Madison street. Fresh Arrival of Stoek, Horses and mules, at Mavs & Lod$on's feed and sale stable, corner of Monroe and Third street, - ' --. -t-- Have Your Sewer Connection Made now while the weather is good by Browne, 40 Madison street. New Feed and Sale Stable, Corner Monroe and Third streets, have nice saddle and harness horses for sale. Prompt and Ft net out Horn, Browne, the plumber, 40 Madison street. All's Well that Ends Well. rienty men, and competent; plenty mate rial, and good.' prices' tui'low' as the lowest, quantity and quality considered. J. W. i'. BJtOWi'JS, Plnmher and Gas Fitter, 4o Madison street. BROWN A JONES, Malat street. PJTT8BTJRG, ANTI?RACfTE, COAL. CANNEL, GAS COKE. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. J. A. BAILEY does first-class plumbing at reasonable prices. 295 Second street. Plnmbers' Supplies, J. W. X. Browne, 40 Madison street, Memphis, Tenn. French Steam Dye-Works. Ladies' aijfl geaiieEiert,'s goods dyed and cleaned a1 Louis Reige3.'s','584 Jefferson street. Neuril Core Neuralgia Instan t ly. A few drops applied kills the pain. New size 50 cents. G. W. Jones & Co. agents. Odorless Excavating Company. yauU cleaned and filled. Office 45 Madi son street. Telephone Your Orders For plnmbing and gas fitting to Phil J, Mallon & Co., 204 Main street. Red Snappers, Lake trie ..i,.. Feli Pereli,' Jforfalfc Oysters, Fresh eatery, n. seems El., stt., a soar. 1 Corner Jefferson and Second slreela. Just Opened New feed and sale stable, corner Monroe anu inira streets. isa ant examine our siock belore purchasing. MATS & DODSi.l. Oy st ers ! Oysters ! ! Fresh Fish, Celery and Game received by express' slaiiy by J. A. Signaigo, No.'b 278 and 280 8econd slieei. ggje agent for the celebrated F Brand. A Physician's Testimony. I hereby certify that I have been a practic ing physician for twenty-seven vears, and for many chronic cases in my practice do reccom mend Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure. It was upon my advice that G. W. Stamm, editor of the Industrial Era, obtained this valuable remedy. Albia, owa, If ay 26th. A. A. RAMSEY, M.D. anfe? Floyd's Restaurant Has all conveniences for dinner and supper parties. Wo get them up in elegant style, and our prices are moderate. COTTON GINS. Hayden's Cotton Gins! HAVING fitted up our Gins with all the late im proved machinery, we are prepared to Gin all Cotton consigned to us. Sacks furnished to re sponsible parties. All Cotton insured in our open Policy. CORNER FOURTH AND POPLAR STS. COTTON FACTORS. j.j7iwVfXrNar&co Cotton Factors COMMISSION MEBCTIANTS, 832 Front Street, Up-Stairs - . - Memphis. BAGGING AND TIES FCRNISHED CV8TOM (W.i. Will sell cotton off wsgous for thoa who wish i"ti-irtfjt aair Administrator' MoUce. MIIS la to notify all persons interested In the Mtaie of F. K Pleltz. dsesaaed th.t I will make my final settlement of said estate' with the Probate Court of Shelby county on Saturday, De csinbsr 4, 18S0. UBORUE HORNER, Administrator. 3 aperient. THE CURATIVE CCP. Crowned with foam is the goblet, but 'ti. not champagne. Source oft'eadaches, and heartache, and gastric dis tress ; Tis the SELTzrp. Aperient, a balm for the brain, And a cure for the evils produced by excess. It tempers the Wood, the clogged system relieves, Corrects the foul stomach, the liver controls. New life from the draught every organ achieves, And a cloud from the mind nf the invalid rolls. Such arc the effects of Tarkant s Ekfehv rac r.N t Skltzeu Arr.BrET. the portable representative of the famous Seltzer Spring, and the most agreeable and efficient of alteratives. SOLD HV ALL DRUGGISTH. I.O i IllNtM. AT 227 MAIN Greatest Bargains Ever Known AT THE GREAT WESTERN SLOTHING HOUSE Now is Your Time to Invest Your Money In CLOTHING. $50,000 i Worth of CLOTHING to be Sa rifleed at Slaughtering Prices. Bead Price List of Our Wonderful REDUCTIONS! CUT THIS OfT AND BRING IT WITH YOV : Our S10 suits reduced to $ 6 50. Our $12 suits reduced to 8 00. Our $15 suit reduced to Our $18 suits reduced to Our $20 suits reduced to Our $25 suits reduced to Our $30 suits reduced to 10 00. 12 00. 15 00. 18 50. 20 00. Our 510 overcoats reduced to $6 50. Our $12 fine Chinchillas reduced to $8. Our $15 fine Beavers reduced to $10. Our $15 Ulsters ( Fav C'assimeres) reduced to $10. Our $20 fine worsted overcoats reduced to $15. m Our $ 6 boys' suits reduced to $ 4 00. Our $ 8 boys' suits reduced to 6 00. ( ir $10 boys' suits reduced to 8 00. Our $15 bovs' suits reduced to 10 00. Wealohave an immense lineif boys', children's and youths' overcoats, which we will sell at slaughtering prices. We will also place on sale one thousand pairs cassimere pants, warmiited all wool, for the nominal sum of $;i. These are good value at fiftv per oiid advance, and cannot be duplicated for less tli in $5. You are cordially invited to inspect tile above prices. This is a rare chanee for such bargains. Every one should lake advantage ai the same. Pn not buy one dollar's worth of clothing until you ex amine our immense low prices. Do not mis take the place. GREAT WESTERN CLOTHING HOUSE 227 - - Mala Street.' - - 227 COFFEE ROAST1XG. CO ca j o o to CM v f i ta 5 S 3 "g p X H 9 S 8 hri . BBBBBSSBSSSBnl 1 -3 1 S a Z COTTON GINS. Chickasaw Ginning COMtPAJTV, 81 Madison Street, Memphis. The most complete Ginning establishment in the city. Gins and Handles cotton with the most approved ma chinery and facilities. Give ns a trial. 91. W. BEAKDRLET, .Superintendent. TRUSTEE SALES. Trustee's Sale. X7"NDEK and liy virtue of a certain trust deed to j me executed, of date 2Gth October, 187C. and rcconlcd tn tfrt Register s oali'e of Shelby county, u hook ,Vo. 115, pasTc SSO, I will, en Matardajr, January 8, 1881, between the hours of 1- o'clock m. and 2 p.m., In front of the courthouse building, in the city of Memphis, sellnc public outcry, to the highest bid der, for cash, the followliijr dcuerlbed property, sit uated In Shelby county, State of Tennessee, and described us follows : Beginning at a point 140 feet from the southwest corner Gaines and Vifth streets, soiuii oi Fifth street; thence west parallel with Gaines fireet te Fourth street 400 feet : thence north with Fourth street t Gaines ytreet 140 feet: thence east with Gaines street th Fifth slree; 400 feet: thence south with Fifth street 140 feet to the points of beginning. In Fort riekeriiif Eqnltyol redemption waived. W. c. FOI.KHS, Trn.tec, BOOTS AND SHOES. WM.MILLRR& CO pi 221 MAIN ST. 221 l'MF.R WOltSMAM llOl'SE. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 3000 Barrels in Store, and eonsignments arriTlng regularly. I represent a number of leading mills in Southeast Missouri and Southern Illinois, and oiler their prodnets to the trade, at Lower PrleeH. than similar grades can be laid here for from St. Louis. I am also sole agent here for the unsurpassed Patent Rolled "AM RROSIA," "CUPOLA" and 44 RELLE OF AVA" FLOURS. JOHN REID, Flour Commission Merchant, S66 Front street uiBhis. Tenn. IMMENSE immt a mm M- fi B I I o TSgSS,l 5? f.- l A sj FLOUR! MOXT MEATS. F.H. Successors to Anderson, Venn Co. DEALERS IN MARBLE AM UBAX1TE MONUMENTS! 58 to 62 E. Court St., MEMPHIS, : TEVAESSEE WE KEEP ON HAND A L.VR'iE AND WELL selected stock of .Warble and tirnnlte 51 iinnmeuti, as well as a great vi.riety of Tomb stones. Our faeilitiesfor Importing: Artistic ! Work from Italy are eo.nal to any Eastern firm, while great care and attention is given to the Ornamental Department. 'v respectfiillr Invlte Inspection. LOCKSMITH. V.Newton, Locksmith 22 JEFIERNON S i 11 KI T. Safe OiKiiiinu ami Reiirinj? a peclalty. Keys Fitted, Bell Hanglnx, I nibrellus Kectnered and R''iilred. All work KUiranteel. DISSOLUTION NOTICE. Dissolution Notice. milK (tan ! AXDtBSON, VENN & CO., Mar- I ble and Granite dealers, aS to 62 East Court street, Memphis, Tennessee, was, on the first day of November. A. I. 1S00. dissolve! by limitation. Frank II. Venn will continue the business at tho old stand. He assumes all outstanding liaollities of the late firm, and he alone is iiuthorised to col lect claims due the same, and to use the firm name in closing up former contracts. F. H. VESN, LILIAN ANDERSON, Administratrix of JAMES W. ANDERSON. Deceased. CHAMPAGNE. This WINE is Noted for ITS PURITY, FLAVOR AND TASTE. MADE FROM THE BEST Selected Grapes Its Purity Commends it to the sick and to THE WELL! It Is packed ia caws. 1 dozen QuurtStiiztd 3 dozen plnta, and faold at ubout Ose H.,Lr the Cost of other I'll., ui ac.ne. Office of U.S. ACENT, 2l.St2diSiL.uis FOR SALE BY B.J.SE MMES & CO J. 1). 11. METER, MEMPHIS, TENN. PLUMBERS. J.WXBRGWNE PLUMBER! 18 prepared to do all kinds of work In this line h, a thorough and sanitary matner; gives special attention to Sewer and Bnilding Connections! Also, has a large stock oi UAN FIXT17RER, Oss Stecra and Water flttinm and Fixtures, Pumpf. Hose, Bathtubs, etc. Haa a large force of compe tent workmen. All work wiirran .ed. Agent for tin Ualaday WIND-MILLS. Orders solicited. BROWNE the PLUMBER, 40 Madison Street. J. A. B ilLEY, Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter 293 Second Si.. Memphis. 1PECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO SEWKR CON nsvMnn" H wir-V cttrnteW ROOTS ANO SHOES. J. M. HILL & GO. Qctuc i-cvtW ike PREMIUM yfytj- ttt:tcittcc cowpetin vvtlrV thg, fea-fetrtij iwt-cfcto Coofvittij Stoves off Ifte- ff, S. fttijfict tttcttt. V. J. TTJH.M BTJLL Sole Agents and Dealer lu H ousefuruishing Goods, 234 MAIN STRKKT MEMPHIS. LOTTERY. Wjjliard HotellLottery I A First-Cla$s Furnished Hotel for &S. iee t'Ksh Prir.s and 141ft Property Prlaes Ainonntins; to 8309,8.10. This Drawlus will take ploca at Eonlsvllle, K j .. December 31, 1880, L nder authority of a Special Act of the Kentucky Legislature, and will be under the absolute control of the foil, wing disinterested commissioners aptiointed by the Act: Hon. Robert Mallory, lateM. C, of Oldham county; L. M. Floumoy, President of the Louis ville Car Roof Comiisny ; 1 Ion. 11. P. YVhlttaker, of Covington ; Henrv Clay, Jr., late Prosecuting Attorneyof the Louisville City Court, and G. A. Wiuston.of the law firm of f. & 1. Caldwell & Winston, of Louisville. l is I OF PniZEK: TheWllllard It.n. l ttOfl flfin itsmrnllnreaiid li nun.. One Residence on Green street One Residence on Green street Two Cosh Prizes, each S3000 Two jLaah prizes, each tJMu ....515,000 .... 15,000 .... 10,000 .... 4,000 . .. f,oqp .... 2,500 .... 5,000 .... 5,000 .... 10.000 .... 1,000 .... 500 100 .... 14,400 .... 350 .... 5.000 : ive e asn fives. Bacn sumo Five Cash Prizea. eaehi'wiO Fifty Cash Prizes, each 100... . One Hundred Cash Prizes, each ?o0.. Five Hundred Cosh Prizes, each S20.. One Set of Bar Furniture I One Fine Piano I Olle Uaudsome Silver Ten Set 400 Boxes Old Bourbon Whisky, 136... ' to Baskets Champagne. $SS i Five Hundred Cash 1'rizes, each ?10 . 400 Boxes Fine Wines, S3o ....... J00 Boxes Bobertson Conntv Whisky 40U Boxes Uavuna Cigars, Sib Five Hundred Cash Prizes, each 1 1" . 12,000 0.000 4.000 5,000 tso.... Whole Tickets. 88. Halves, 84. Hnarters, 83. Responsible agents wanted st all important points. For circulars, giving full Information and for tickets, address W. C. D. WHIPS, Williard Ho tel, Louisville, Ky . or D. L. . i-i-i k. No. 0 West Court street, Memphis, T uu. The Hotel is now open, and will he run by the undersigned until it ti ready to lie transferred to the lucky winner. The public are invited to stop with lue. and see the property for themselves, H". C. D. WHIPS. Administrator's Notice. HAVING this LltU day of October, l!o, qualified as administrator of estate of Mm. Mary Ma- Sutre, deccsaed. J hereby notify all persous ln bted to said estate to coins forward and settle. Also notify all persons haviug claims agoinat the estate to tile them with me, pntperly proven, ss Is HwulradbvUw. JNiX U. FABtttSGTQN AdmT. VEHH&GO Iff ! Ill S & -4-2 Sjt'i' C"" STOVES. LEUBRIE BROS. THE LIVE! POPULAR AND PROGRESSIVE HOUSE! IMMENSE The Great Success Reduce the Prices of Our Entire Stock in the Early Part of the Season to Give All a CHANCE FOR RARE WHEN OUR PRICES Suitings, 10, 13 1-2, 17 1-2 and 20c. Broea.de Novelties, 20, 2o and 30c. Wool Monties, 32 l-2c; cheap at 50c Ar mures, wool, 27 12, 30c up. Shootlah, 32 1-2 up to 90c. Handsome Scotch Plaids, 12 1-2 np to 95 cents. Silk and Wool Novelties,45c to $3 50 The largest assortment of the celebrated and well-known indelible Chappas Cackmeres, Front 30c, 70e np to (M 75. 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 tuch fine qualties for so low prices, beinglOto 12c under last season. ELECJAXT French Dress Goods, From SI to SI 50. Unrivaled Collection of Rich and Beauti- ful Fabrics. Thete include most of our Paris purchases, and are by all odds the best exhibit in high- class Goods we have ever shown. They are , , j r . j in all the most popular colors and effects, and are worthy of an inspection by every lady. U JLM JU1AJ VV fJXXJCV For Ladles, Men and Children, AT ALL PRICES. DIE GOODS. SILKS In French Knit, Felt, Italian Cloth, Plain and Quilted Satin, Alpaca,All-Wool Flannels. Our $1 Trimmed Felt Skirt, full size, is the Bargain of the Season. LEUBRIE BROTHERS, MILLINERY And Millinery Goods. Onr stoek comprises the most OF Millinery Novelties ! We claim for our goods that they are superior in "style," finish and texture to any in Memphis at the same prices. SATIN AND GROS GRAIN No. 7,10c; No. 9, 12; EXAMIN Flowers, Feathers, AT NEW YORK PRICES. nc con m - mm as a Wm, miis. Fips Jrap. LEUBRIE BROTHERS. Blankets, Comforts, Housefiirnishing Goods CARPETS, The finest assortment LEUBRIE CARRIAGES. OWEN LILLY, PRACTICAL BUILDER OF FINE Light Carriages. I KEEP A SELECT STOCK (exelnslvely of mi own naaaularrnre) CONSTANTLY ON HAND. I am also prepared to build (TO ORDER) any or all or the modern sty lea of Bdx pries, aud Family Carriage now in use. 1 use nothing but the VERY BEST MATERIAL, and employ strictly 0n(-clss mechanics. REPAIKIKKs, In al! lt branches, dime promptly and In the beat manner. WWKW l.l m.'y. 44 Aatams st. WANTED iSKTr-r.ZT.'r.r CLEARING SALE! Attending our Efforts, induces us to GOODS ARB NEEDED. SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES. mm f aUXAllVj VEIL. VETS. All shades of Satins, 50c. Black and Colored Silks, 65e np. Black and Colored Silk Yelvets, from $1 np. We call especial attention to our silk-finish Velveteens, 50c to $1 Suits, Cloaks, Dolmans Ladies' and Misses' Suits and Cloaks, Jersey Walking Jackets, English Walk i ns' Jackets, black and all new fall shades, $3 50, $5 50, $7 np. Handsome Dolnu ns, in plain and diagonal cloths, trimmed passementerie fringe, etc., $7 50, 8 75, $10, $12 np. Circulars and fitters, $4, $5 50, $6 75 up : Black and Colortid Beaver Cloaks, finely trimmed pasementcrle,silk & fringe, $4 50, $5, $ 7 50 up. TICK! LEUBRIE BROS.' Celebrated SiaXOn-Beauty Kids! sg ,8 nardly necessary for as to say any - thing about these gloTes. Their durability has been tested by thousands of our ens- tomers. Our falil importation is now in, . . . ' i i . and they excel a ti former seasons in street , and evening shades. It may be well, however, to quote the prices: on. A T3 o.a. t ok - iMMiawaai DVU rf-Button,1.00 O-iSUttOXl, 1.0U Every pair war ranted. We have the exclnsive sale ol' these gloves. MEN'S ANDBOYS' CLOTHING. Our stock ol' Clothing for Boys' and Children's Wear is the largest and finest we have ever offered for inspection. We are showing an immense stock of all grades of goods, from a l heap cnool 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 j sell you Better Goods and at Lower Prices than any other store in the ! country, but guarantee every arti 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. PASSEMENTERIE, "M52H?':0IDilWlil All Latest Novelties in NECKWEAR! of New Stylos ever opened. Prices the Lowest Quoted. FALL SEASON,1880 Booksellers, Stationers, Blankbook Mf r's AND PRINTERS, 315 MAIN STREET, : ; t j t t t MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. 1TTI INVITE PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO Ol?R SUPERB LINE OF HEW II.I.l'STKA I F.D VV Jot.-ii He and Toy Hooka, Autocraph and Fholoarapta A Iannis, Hew He rap Hok, and Handsome V ri tins: le.ks. Bibles, Hj annals. JCtr., Ete., WHICH 5 OFFER AT I XI Sl'AI.I.V LOW I'KU'ES. JNO. M ANl FAtTl Aa'D BEAUl'nr Portand Cement, LonUrlUe Cement, Michigan Plaster, Fire Clay, Brick, 858 FttOXT STREET. MEMPHIS, TEH'S- BARGAINS W FLANK. The Plain White Wool Flannels, at 18, ti and 25e. The Plain 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 per yard. The celebrated AH-Wool Shaker Flannels are warranted not to shrink in washing If ordinary care Is used. The 8-4 White at 65c, The 8-4 Scarlet at 70c, The 8-4 Gray at 65c, Are Unusual Bargains. Ladies' Cloths and Costume Flannels, in all the Fashionable Colors. Serviceable Hosiery. T. a TtTPfi' i Balbrlggan Hose, seasonable weights, rr i Fleeced Cotton Hose, 25c per pair. Brown Mixed Hosiery, 3 pairs for $1. Fancy Colored Hose, 8 pairs for $1. Solid Colored Hose, all colors, 50c per pair. j CHILDREN'S HOSIERY. ! The greatest variety ever shown, all qualities, from 25c per pair, MEN'S HOSIERY. . , ' Fancy styles Cotton Half Hose, 25c per " 1 ' r pair. A great variety of styles, 8 pairs for $1. Scotch Wool Half Hose, 50c per pair. AU our Hosiery U full regular made and full fjghioned. We have lower and finer grades than those quoted, but they are recom- mended for their durable qualties. BOOTS & SHOES. THE BEST GOODS FOR THE LEAST MONEY! Keep only the Best Makes. Our $1 and $1 50 Corsets Have no equals in this market. FTJIX LINES OF FINER QUALITIES Embracing all (he Popular Shapes, at I Our USUAL LOW PRICES. AND ZEPHYR GOODS. LADIES' ELEVATOR FOR upper floor. BROS. RKB OF THE nun ALABAMA Roaedale Cement, lire Brick, Hair, low York PlMter, rartav Stone, Etc JAG ' THEY HAVE COME Owing to the Treat frelsrtat blorksdeoor Dasnaced Woods did not arrive ontll this week. We will place them OS SALE TO.JIOKROW . and all we have ( say COME EARLY -AND Shr Baipil Onr Flat; will bront wltn the Bis; Word Great Sale -OF They will consist nf the follow ln- Bar gains -. 10 csseB Best Print-, 4c per yard. 5 caaes Simpson Prluu (Black), 4 V per yard. 5 cases Solid-Color Prints tll colors), 3V Pc ysrd. 3 esses Best French Percales, yard wide, 7c, worth Uenec yard. 1 eases French Twill Sateens, 8V. worth 30c per yard. 5 tiales s,m Island Domestic, Ac, worth 9c per yard. 5 bales Heavy Brown Domestic, 6c per yard. 3 casea Best Ulnuhams. Ge, worth 10c per ysrd. 1 case French Glutrhams, double fold, 10c, worth 15c per yard. 3 cases Heavy Cotton Flannel, )c, worth 10c J,er yard. 4 bales Heavy Brown Domestic, 7-8, 4ic per ysrd. This Week! Tills Week! 6 cases Bleached Muslin, all the desirable brands, Lonsdale, Fruit of the Loom, Androscoggin, all st 7c per yard. 10 pen AU-Wool French Merino, 25c, worth 80c Kara. All-Wool Momie Cloth, all shades, i4 yards w lde, 2'c per yard, wonh 0c. ,i l"K Momie Mini Fliiurcii Alpaca, oil shades, 8' v, worth 20c ra ryard. in P--Stiipel Dress 8ilk,2Sc, worth 7Sc per yard. 10 pes Plain Gros-Gialn Silk, 40o, worth fl A This Week! This Week! Wuiert.roof, 50c, worth ifl uer yard. 5 pes French Cassimere, for geuts' wear, all wool, 14 vards w ide, (1 T.", worth ts per yard. 3d iks Blcsche.1 Table Damask, ftoe, worth 90c per yard. 10 pes All-Liuen Table Damask, fto, worth fate jier yard. 15 pes Red Talile Damask, 45c. worth foe p?r ysrd. 50 pes Tw illed Crush, extra wide heavy, sc, worth ayjfi per nrl . 8 pes Irish Linen, all pure. 25c, worth 40c per yard. 25 pes Richardson lk-st Irish Linen, 35c, worth s per yard; Unest (inulity. This Week! This Week! 100 White Crochet Snrcads. Si. worth 81 Ti. 100 pairs Blue Blanket- All Wool, 82 50, worth $5. 10(1 Full-size White SpWa-is. 40c, worth 75e. 100 Heavy White Spreads, 75c, worth 81 25. 100 Very Heavy Colored Bed Spreads, All Wool, J2, worth S3 50. 100 puirs liray Blankets, tl. worth 81 50. ;a pairs While Blank, ts. 8-', worth 88. J i jialrs White Blankcls. Fine, $3 50, worth 85. 2' i-iiirs White Blankets, Fine, 16, worth 87 50. 20 i.ii ir- 12-4 White Blankets, very' lt, 88 worth 812 50.. 5 'loz Ijtdles' Croi het sin. u Is. 7.V. worth 81 25. 5 do Ladies' Full-Bize Striped Shawls, 75c, worth $1 25. pes AU-Wool Red Flannel. 20c, worth 30c. 25 pes All-Wool Red Flannel, 25c, worth 35c. 10 pes All-Wool Red Flannel, 30c, worth 40c. 10 pes All-Wool Red Flannel, Klnest,3Sc, w'th 50c 25 pes White Flannel. 15c, worth 25c. 10 pes Very Heavy Gray Twilled Fisnncl, lao, worth 25c. This Week ! This Week! 500 doz (Cents' Handkerchiefs, Very Fine snd Warranted nil Pure Linen, lJ'-.e. worth 25c each. 100 doz Finest Quality dents' Cambric Handker chien, 5c, worth toe. 200 doz Extra-sixc Pure' Linen Huck Towels, 100, worth 20c each. 50 doz Finest Quality Bleachil Damask Tow els, k, worth roc each. 7". tT Nil, I. Ins, 45c, worth 0c s dos. .07 :. l iioiuered Nupkins, 60c, worth tl s dos, This Week! This Week! 200 doz Misses' and Children's Fancy Colored Hose, all at BJjc, worth I V. loon pkgs Finest Puis, only Soc per pkg of 1 dos papers. BnttOBsl 11 nitons.! 10,000 dos Finest Pearl Inlaid Dress Buttons of very description, ull st 5c per loz. This Week! " This Week! Kid Gloves! Kid Gloves! 500 doz Sara Bernhardt Kid Gloves, in every de sirable Mm.!... 3 and 4 Buttons, st the woaderfnl low price of 35c, worth 81 2" s pair. This Week! "This Week! Ladle,' A'nderwcax! 2"' doz Ladies' Chemise, 15C, wprth 50c. 10 doz Iaidies' Chemise, 3.V, worth 6Cci 10 doz Ladies' Chemise, 50c, worth 85c. 5 doz Ladies' Chemise, 65c, wofth 81, 10 doz Ladies' bkirti, .'Vic, worth 0c. 12 doz Uultcs' Skirts, 50c worth 8Sc. 10 doz Ladies' Skirts, 75c, worth 81 25. 10 doz Ladies' Lonn Gowns, 81, worth 83 each. Gents1 Fnrnishiiig; Goods. 50 dozen boat unlauudriexl shlrtn, 50c, worth 76 each, 23 dozen best gents' dress shirts, 75c, worth tl 25 each . 10 dozen cents "percale shirts, 40c. worth 75c each.. 10 dozen henry red knit undershirts. 91 25, worth S.: each. 10 dozen gents' silk-lined merino undershirts, .tOc. worth $1 each. BOOTS AND SHOES. 15 coses tents' f nil stock kip boots, extra long , 82, worth S3 50 pair. 20 cases good, heavy men's boots, 81 50, worth 82 pair. 10 cases full stock calf boots, 81 50, worth $3 pair, 10 cases boys' boots, 1 to 5, 81 50, Worth 82 50 pelt. 10 cases boys' boots, 10 to 13, 81, worth 81 50 pafr 5-case children's boots, red tops, Jl, wbrti 8t 50 pair. 10 cases ladles' sewed goat shoes, 81, worth 81 7i pair. 10 cases ladles' kid shoes, custom-made, 81 78, worth 83 pair. 5 esses children's best sewed shoes, 75c, worth 81 25 pair. w House-Farnishine Goods. Coal Scuttles, 50c, worth 81. Blacking Cases, Brussels Tops, tl 50, worth 88. Brass Lamps, complete, 35c, worth 75c. Extra-size Btcw-Psns, 25c, worth iiOc. Preserve Kettles, 25c, worth 50c. Boys' and Children's Cloth ing. The following goods were bought by ua st the SherifTsSale of Messrs. Moss Ac Herman's stock of Boys' Clothing, New York, and will be offered at less than 50c on the SI: 50 Children's Suits, 3 pieces, 8280. worth 85 a suit. 60 Children's Suits, 3 pieces, 82 50, woathtt 75 u suit. 40 Boys' Sulfa, jacket and pants, S3, worth 80 a suit. 68 Boys" Suits, Jacket and pants, ts 50, worth t7 a suit. 50 Boys' Suits, Jacket, pants and vest, $9 50, worth 87 50 a suit. 75 Boys' 8ults, coat, punts and vest, tt, worth tri a suit. 35 Boys' Suits, cost, pants and vest, tt 50, worth t9 a suit. One lot of Boys' Heavy Overcoats at 83 50, worth 87 each. t , ; . . 4 . ". ,.vt,i, I Carpets! Carpets I 6 pes Brussels carpets, K5c ; worth 81 40 per ysrd, 3 pes Brussels carpets, 75c; worth 81 25 per yard. 5 pes alt-wool 2-ply carpets, 65c ; worth tl per yd. 10 pes all-wool, very best carpets, 50c; worth 90c per yurd. 2trpes 2-ply nigral n carpets, 35c ; worth 60c per ' 10 pes 2-ply lugrsiu carpets, 26c; worth 40c per yard. 10 pes very best hemp carpets, 17c, worth 35c per yard. 5 pes crumb clothing yds wide, tOc; worth SI 50 jicr yard. 1 doz crumb cloths, 85 ; worth to. 1 doz cruin cloths, 86; worth 810. H doz crumb cloths, beat English, tB 50; worth tl5. 50 oilcloth rugs, 50c; worth 75c. nuoncioin rugs, 70c; worth 81. Doormats. 7k; worth rl J t Door units 'jc ; worth tl 5b. 5 pes stair linen 27 inches wide, 13c i worth 2se per yard. All the above idigliUy dainaffed good Mill be round this week at Bejach & Brash's. "Orders for any of the above goods must be sent at onee. Look' out for the opening of the above establishment AT 228 MAIN STREET. The largest stoek of Toys and Fancy goods ever seen under one roof will be offered at Wholesale Retail at 1 Bargains AT No. 223 Haiti Sir' 1 '- Look out for ' .chants Mmi W0NDERF1 ir