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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-SATURDAY, NOVEMBER SO, 1S80.
MENKEN ire'd " P"'-1 d lair(4 All-wool isnportu-nl l'MVfr, A till DOLMANS Oar slocli hw keen o carol'nlly nolcctcd thnl I.nrileM will Ilnd no difficulty In retting JIM' WHAT THKV Walt A usaal, we display tlac Jlmt Varied and Elegant Llas (lor all ngm) of ra's MaSs MENKEN BROTHERS JET PALACE. JET PALACE Just received the following Hue of LADIES' WATCH CHAINS UaintMM, r.i a ' : f 'roebet, elluloid (Mew). Nbirteel, and a' Iter style. :.e. a mt be.intirul linear l"n. i:r riiiipi, Ilraeeletn. Srflilaws, Randean. .tr. Real O'.'YX l!003.i mounted in fttll A mnl elexMt line in ! I . IT t; O ilWKUl .including Bracelet vrallat leaandalaea. fall aud eaamine. L ROESCHER, Agent So. ZT7 ILa.M Billet, MapliJf. MESSPKiS PICTURE-FRAME FACTORY. II. II jCQXTOUSBKHfe vol Main Strefcv. Olil iilwiMS, Engraviisgss tuioraoR, Mirrors, Franica, Brackets, Statuary, etc. New and SihMidid Assortment, at low in !:. STitiVED OB STOLEN. -0YAiir?tehf3sr ago, cno blare cow, y j ii aw witli cslf : leit horn bcrcd. on1 thort rivs d'l'.bni tt warJ will be raid on her de ; ! hwl.r Hre t, or any information FOB BKW, l-EASKOKNALK L..avilnz. ttrcc unty, 'ArkanMj.. , ,.; .in'! lo aeres, U ..pen, aetwi in eultlva tlon, G enijltu: "4 of tho .nil-o tn.i t above over f! .w. Toaifoiv party a loni leojo will 1. given: OK Wll.f, kF.LL TUK BKST BARGAIN OS Till MVKKKT Vt. traet Lskimwii knno of th hhch -t iiyall parliej faioillur w 1th the same. For terms .., nlf to V. tt. KOVSTKK O., Kuai Estate Dealers. TO EXCHANGE. IEWEE CONN'Et.TlON'.-. WATEK rLOliCTS. 3 Ba'.htiibi for;'rw. iibit FHIL J. 11AU-ON A CO., Jul Mkui stroi-t. FO BENT. vriix ottaoe- -.'..ni.T of FUtii ana Gholpon street. Furt P.ckvtlns; f.ur ronmi; SS per iiiu.ith. fl. L MOOKF, Cor. Hernando aud Vanoe. PK1 f KiituWheitll-.n. In 4edraole location. Appryto E. A. ODL' M. 19 MadUon sttaat. STORi- HOrnr No. Kft Msln street. Store Mo. 307 Main r'rt. ow. IHng Madison stiet. Four desirable hop for carpenters, palntera or li .aors, itjnier Secou.l aul Oayfxio. Apply at 3--I IJs.lis . i. J. I.. tiQoDI.OE, Att'y. A 1 V littlCK BE.;" I'l. KX "!: -! ik-ule .tru t. S'l. MINOK MERIWETHER. 1 KNTRAL IiOTiSL Ott Adnmsatreot; centrally I ly jialiiteii Offered to h'iJ culiimhtci; atrons Inducement. a i. y i ua. t.-uar : Apply to HE I, I) EN A PARKER, Mate attest, M phis, Tenn. " 3C.VNT.Vi 'It is In tunica county, MUii, known J. as the Av.jnt Pbuss. neeeaeBe given the lt of January next. Apply to W. UAXCY. nolly Spring, Miss. iOMH-S ee furnished looms, i t at 72 Court street. R:--:tESClPso. 100 Market reet. Apply at No 110. R -XMa- fi.:::Utii7at ?! : t'.iurt street. MKX I', P. FREEM AN .VCRSIsriifj' RO )M at 107 Jeffrrson stewt. luu s am:. T OT.-i 1 AND 2 On unth fldo Mrl.-nioiT avi- A-i ne. n. a Suite IVmule ..II. ge, uljo it :taen s vt-e KK-T" an t uii ims Site; bciwori Mn. Weaver"! and !uw 'or evh : 11 W. A. WHEATLEi', ;1 Miir. i ROcERYOn roasona'.Ie tcrmt; .l.ilnc good " X biirfia.-ai; p. very 'l- .trnlile ttRnd: ffo'l cat glr.-n io-el!t:ig. Art ina J. X.. Appeal. c 10TTON-TIES L") bundles urw t oltoli-fics. P. GA11AY. aeWMi 401, Ol and-ii:iSheJhy -tret Xpt.FTTP'C UcnTP-Me-d'.'- M Oil. Flr.ld anil '..I- M..te-. A. Hi (iVl-.l 1. Jtl-i Xi-eond M . fX( AfttEs OF L-t :T)-On Roaebruuga placed t)VJ miles fr.au city, on ItaeoMaeal vasal Ap- w. tv niLuans. i.-IIFNt'E A nice cottage tesidence ot lour ROMB anu sens.lis room m . ihie c- mi ! n t,tiii ty iapIic-1: a e.sl ret of t ... It lit. lit., lot vhe li l niiuiii d ii.w tin public aiimrc iu Hernando, Mi-. Will be i:ld rheup f-ir e:i ih. Apply u. It.v. b. T M iKetude, LUq., netnaujo. Mlts. U. i r:i. n. i 37 JohiiMin MVenue very llm- XV hie tshteuee; cheap for eusli. Ai.pi y on prvulHt's " r l - - it II Kneel. Mnlin-' rt v rTAOE Oa accourr. ot owner b hi B nou- . ..'.cut. the ouc .lot, 'iaiae eotini; ilcr- iiniuln arrvet, corner Oalhouu, 70 n ;oCic t. Term l..;...m.lijle. At nrrfnt occupied hyatrood tenant. Apply i i It. RICHMOND or R. M. McKlE. So. JO Kaonosi ataest. . "J Uli'K- Ily rtveror rail Ouantttv snd quality J J guaruni... d. 1.. n.- .itucitat John A. tici.ie ti- ront. I i is.ii hana &l t o.. 3J0 Front, or w . J. 1 r t 'hute A Co.'s, Ut! Mnlll it. O. II. P. PIPER. 1 Rlfli J at J. V. FRANK A CO "9. - "jjjiSGIMB Ohm scoud--iui itntliuiary engine, Jli m itb-.ut ooi.tv: tn-under llxad inches: all coiupi.-iv i-iMi iiy-wMal: In good runupig order. Cau be bad ai a srt. Apply t 'tin k.ANAW IKttrt WOivKS. 96 Second St. PiA?!0-A"lew T-octare aeeond-iu.i.,1 Planoa, cheap fvr cnh. at ITSM ANN tvi.'S Music B ore. 2."t Scconrt .treet. WANTS. J PARTNER With a tow hundred do'.ltra, b gag Id apro.'c!iinal enbrpii-. Purpart ulars luidtcsi UK. TANNfcM. jl.elby. Tenn "7"OMAN-To help do bousew. li V i: v . nn children. Ai.nlr at (uur In fara- OB v, 'askinetoa lrcet. TJOARD-F r four siidi"! students, coate iitut to Medical t'clhge. AddreM K. V. Ml'KDOCK. tht oiToe. -orR s vLE--i.Atn- LI tin) :.'cw Sfos Toy A' t OOM Hi and tOe'eutcl GO. D HUTCIIEt-At li'. I'r.i n treel. s. i.ivHWAlD. nll.ii.le gardenln; ll! 11 .to B. S . 0.1s . hOUK Sice. work. appij to "J 3 VI. '.Kits - i" ivo younn men or gentleman i..l .1 I .V to S'sinl In private f lUiiiy No other i Uf '. dJres. EOJISEY. Aw twit, imn Kit -.1. iltltj K f itrisl amt rcnovaml, or no wha.c er; also, Ilrickwork ol all kinds i tl CI i s i rnillXS, UaClsor. it G4 t AltufNKK I want s Genua n ur Bwtijw tidUKle Bi"n iTi'ierniii or canlrner aim Lc'ierai work, io O'H. who Milu me. I will uive a k-mmI home ar..l pennmifnt eiui.loitnetit. m fir wages. MINTKK r.nKMt -3 Main it. s li rS! rlvcrj where : Ilia uvr taonlb; eala- lone tree, ameruan eiir .mo ana I i.imc fs-i.ir.-n., Ttti s Seventh street. St. UtrnU. Mo. 1"; "! ! K m K.stiU-'l'lint JtiHS tTWimv Hi Main street, laaket the llueat UuOib aud II b r 8 SI " LI r 1 w g S 3 e i x 1 la it ?! r 1 Y3 nil ' . : .te TITI.S Kr.F.li of MM ool Riasr nal vd Satin le & CLOAKS - Ds Gamed.! AMUSEMENTS. ir Ki nrtiKs THtAin:. J.I.SEPH LKOOKfl ... Proprietor and Manami L-ihI Hiree rrrrorinnnera UOH Uod of the Re- EMMA ABBOTT Grand English Opera Company. I-K'DA'i KVEXING Gotland's luimort-il ehi-f OT "FAVST." !:- run Abbott tut 'Mar aueriuv Z. Ida Begala a "jUcbel,1 ITium-l. rtUtddard. T::ins. j.init . m.d t'awtK i.s "rnUfct-'' 3ATrrtDA Y APTECXOON AT ? r.H 'iRAXD rr.'iTT Mli;! I.A.ST Al TKAKANCE OF I'M.'f ABl)TT.-::i. Ab'. t m I, r r-pif. r..l. 1.1'fi a. K. f. . :..r I ' Hcnr' A.tliop." ni-.rl 1 -h-,r brurli'iii iis lvlinr. SaI ' KDAY NIrtllT Lilt Ancari.ifc of tLc Em urn .ib'-oit 0x'iu rop.mi in liizct'i Crest Kc-n-".'tiona! Oprra.-fARf KA."nnh rn!n, Kw-. M, Mnnrel. Htinl.ta"! anil Castle hi tbe cut. Nov. -i.!-1 AN At SHWk'. N v. -it. si : v?..:v BIRDS. 39 OF THE BEST Alar 1 3 laoTAEttain Cauarios ! ".'.'Ill be soM at Astetion Prleea every day mU weclt, At JSTo. 211 Afnizi Stroot H9" The public the stoct. re invited to call and examino RMS ANB BOABI). iitURSlSUPTl ROOMa-'AVltb or Tiithout board. ' at Nu. ill Court sMeC i ROOMS FnmUqu i or LiDrumish. d.aith board, at rcasotiable mlia. al ;.l ami -?si Monriie street. ICE UOiiS!. - !1:r:.iui -tr tiiifurni bed. mi ale or in sulie. r.nari n.nt. for Iiebt bouse- ketjplp-. el 101 Jefferenn tn-t. pjOOMS 39 BOARD at Nc. 392 Poplar street. PEBSOVAI, -t V. KAJ vjt. p'-t- KAII.l. la clcsiy li. . .t 'a. 2 and conv sto- k ' ' t' .r; nu t !. . etc., i.e." .r in. viD : into . i.i ne-.i p'cre. R B- I. ;i.AICI h:u removed hit oflice to 348 Main lrei t. lliiee d.ors i c...w Union, over Jusi-ph 'fuin'a tore. FOB BKN T OB L.E 1SE. LAN It .tin. n of :i -h linptovii i in.i. between II iralin alaee and stute i' in-tlc College, on M I.oaiore avenue. J. A AT'STIN. A'lsiia. V-.ry a l o.. Main LOST. I OC 5 KKWARD On Bun liiv. November It. J In Fort Pijkeiiiift. h red houud. with white Iislrsoncnd of nil. A reward of Arc dollars for his n-tmn to fil Monroe street. SK.AJ.-KKIN HOA Betaeen the crncr Vance and Latidenlala streets and the theater. The Under will lie siiiuitily rewarded by returning the same to 2W Main street, . . 1IKI Black and white pointer. Nov. 5. Llbeml A.J ro.vonl. II M. SMITH, lffj rhiril t. T V : iini.il lice ilo. nbt.ul is Inches high. xJ black, with browH fi-tt aud white bream ; small piece of ear gone, and answers to name of Kl.l... It. ''.urn in MHUUern l-.x press omce. LARGEST Stock of Fancy Groceries Out side of New York. 2,000 bxi, Hnlves and quarters Rumus. -0 east's Kijs. :!.()0!) Ibixes Fire Crackers. "2,000 boxes Factory Cut esc. 8AO boxes Cream Cheese. 1.000 boxes Crackers. 1,000 raw Sardines. 1,000 cases (Juri eit's & Ralph's Simir. 3,000 cases JeBiee. 20,000 es.a.-nrtcd Fruits and Vegetables 100,tri)0 ponr.ls Fancy Candy. 1,000 cases Cannod .Wackerel. 500 rases Canned Salmon. 'iOO cases Brand reaches. 50i) cases Brandy Cherries. 400 cases MatcUrs. 1,000 bafc'S (Ireen ColTee. COO barrels Refined Sugars. 50O harrels Yellow Sttsrar. 10 barrels eir Mlas'-t?. 1 .!.) naek.ies Ijird and Unius. ftO.flOO i'ltsh Coeoanuts. 1,000 '.!s 41monds, Brazils, Peanuts, mtj and Filberts. :tli but vein Oranges. 200 boxes Lciuous. OLIVER,FINNIE&Co WHOLESALE GROCERS, EMIMIIS TEX X EHKEE. LOCAL rAKAUBAl'HS. Tiierr will be a metini; ol the city legis lative council held at the courthouse nt 3 o'clock kail tiftrrniHU. . Mr. Buhler, scenic arli-t of L-ubric's Theater, leave to day lor LonieriUe, to work on the accuei of the theaters in that i it y. The regi.lur tirni i i the United Sutes cirouit and di- tn t (pern will commence on Monday next, Judge Haoiaaoiai pr-.siding. An application for the incorporation of the loan if Willi nston, on the Paducah rail road, ha.- been ihade I .ait Weilnettlay night a tir': Lay hone, having one eye, was ttoiea froii the rtstd. nce of Mr. Bryan, X . 120 Marthall avenue. F'roten water-pip. s iir.-.l in hooae COnnee tioiu r.re tiving IrWtPIUi nieut to the pUtQQDera. Il ia an ill wind that blows nobody go!. Scott Thom:is, a grand lan.-enUN, nn, acntcrcetl lo three yesr. impricocment in the penitentiary at the lajjaiinaj court on yes terday. The sale of iiis for the Jaaanaeheh en gagement at thcj'i Iteatrr on ucxt M. rrlay and Ttioadav nights will commence this morning at Kirkland's. But six arrests were mad- Ly the police vesterday and up to a late hour last night. M;ke McOuire was arrested on the charge of carrying etu.ciab d . n. paci;ageof thirteen poumisof tobacco, lnnrkrcl "Mr. S. K. Paris," was stolen on yes terday from the sidewalk in front of the (tore of Fargason & Co., Front street. The street railwny employes were at work again engaged iu using snow-plows ami ejeaneta Oa the Main street atlil other tracks, so as to clear them of icy obstructions. A vagrant named Forrest Langford was filled $-0 and sentenced to imprisonment at the county workhouse for twelve months by the criminal court yesterday afternoon. The tiolice vesterday arrcateil a negro. Bob Porter, on tfie charge of having stolen property in hi- possession. He gave Wind in the aum of $601) to answer to the charge. Several oaae of retailing without license were heard on indicliiicut at the rriminal court yesterday. The defendants were fined $1, ihev promising lo lake out proper lioenae immediately. The Abbott opera company will leave to-morrow for Lexington, Kentucky, whei. two performance, Monday and Tuesday, will lo given, and then the company will appear at Unetnaatfc llurpr PomtLii; Affmwm an I Atlanti; uiagaxio'S lot December; MiJUmr aix! Dreu ateivi', Ltmirut Kcrue U Jm Modt, and othir faabiou mag nines just received at Me.nsft rd's, iiti) Main -Uci 1. Fifty dollar fine and sixtv dnvt im- aaiaanajent at th.- oonaay workhoui .. the at nalli imposed by Judee Qqei yesterday for. noon apon ML Vaoghan, r carrying rout ealtd Wiapom. At the Fedaral court yeaterdaj-, in the libel caae of CharUs V.. Scolt u. t.'ic -t. am boit Charles ltehsv-ck, the motiou in sell the steamboat waa oontii-ue.1 until the twenty, seventh instant, next Saturday. At the criminal court ycncr.!ay J.uin Vjllams, for petit larceny aud receiving .toleo j.-ooda, case aubmitud, a vcnlict ol guilty entered, and defendant sentenced to imprisonnitnt L tiirie veers in the rnifcn tiary. At the Theater malioec to-day i.iir.'.i rfi Jjanmmnoor will be produced be the Abbott opera company, nud to-night Carmtn, uhith will clr.i"; the i-ng-igeuicnt. Mias Abbott will IspeaC n "Liicln," ami Mmt. Siguiu M "Carmen." Last evening just before dark, a colored dray-driver, working for IVtc Manuigan, ,lr.u.il iV.nl :tt the cotton compress shed, at I'.ie conu r of Kaia and Booth street. Ka quiw Bpelman held the inqvuft. The oauw of dcntli wim dinease of the heart. At the United State court yesterday the following indictment? were filed: L'nited State ta, John Kniglitlev, unlawful voting lor laiBalllll of OOngTMa, in violation of the United StatM revued statute; two caeca, ( "nited Slates i t. Wvle Howies, same orient' ; I'nittd States m. Julia Fairehilds, two in dictments, for using false affidavits to obtain allowance of claims against the United States; I'ii'iUm! Btateasa, Melton Brown, two indictment?, conspiring to obtain claims aahMt tlic l'nited States hv means of false statements and conspiring to defraud the United States of America. For a year or more the Dr. Pryor resi dence on the Randolph road, some tew miles fma tin :ty, hag had the reputation of be ing haunted" at night, so much no that the un seemly noises that developed reudered it im possible for any one to live in the house. I perU! have lieen unable, to solve the mys tery and a watch ha been kept up at night, but no discovery could be made. Among the ntpenfittoai people of the vicinity, the story of the haunted heu-e is fully believed, but to those who do not lielieve in such silly non , jn-)C, it is clear that the noises are produced either tv some human agency for some spe cial purpose, 0 by accidental causes cou-tn-eled .v:th the residence. PERSONALS. fhett home lots for sale near State Female die-.: bv W. A. Wheatley. Mb. ThoXAS J. Dltfin, contractor on the fitriut an-! Jackson railroad, is in the city. Hon lo.vRi.v Matthews, one of ll JiViest latrMfM and iuo-t distinguished citi- m of Colurobak, Missiasippi, is stopping at the lV-.bodv- Mr. Patbiok KirriNs. one of the oldest I riati-American residenta of the first wan! .1;. .! Ian) veniiia al his residence. Xo. SO Front street, at the udvanced ageJof thru dm rean end t. lie mm a sterling Irish aan. a true Uemoaral and a most worth;. ,.w:n iiiwhlv .ioactf d bv all who knew biui. lift, funeral 1 i take piece et 2 o'clocl this ateraoon. if irsEMEsm rol.efe" Tliealer. A Urgf a:. I teeli m bio audience attended the Theater last m d.t and w itnessed the prc- ' ......: IVuij kv tin. I.iniim Ahhott 'lltatli.'ll of Clli- onora finerrr Mist I .'.bixitt r.ppcared at 'Mcroiitrite.'' a vrrv s'.ritrs .haracter, call ing for the be t dramatic action ana real .uln.t. an 1 sue rr.s.i.Uu n in a ereuuaou- tn inui r. M'nie. S gnin as "Si. beT' sustained In r reim'ation as a lvric a.-tis. and won from lb: andienetr a large share of the applause. Miss Mai:r:l apnoarc l as "Martha, a inin :art. and nnd. r.ii it vcrv naturally. As Fan. ' Mr. (.'attic ans: ar.d M ted Well, bt did not create artv tnthusiaMii in tin f.-rv difheult rj.V. Mr. Jaaicsas "M. nhisto inrari-d to s.U'auta.T.'. but there was a lack ..! finisli in the nart that is civen to it by jther interprt tors. The opt re Ua most difii cult one to present prosr and it require e strong company to rentier it worthy of the author. At th dav httciti di Ituimcrmoor. will it in a maiint matinee to Miss Abbott aj "Ivucia, will be given, and to-ntg Carmen, with Male. Sicgiiin ii the title rule. in HBOWH & JES, 2SS tnin atreet. WTTSBCBO. AHTHBACITE, COIL CANNEL Q AS ( OK E. WHOLESALE VXD liETAIL. The Sholoi Dirwtorj'. The sell Iiirectory, with accurate census, is in ci.ur-iebf coioj;:!ation, antl will lie issued from the oflice of S. G Toof & Co., in De eeeaber. An entirely new maji will accom pany the work, as "well as a free business directoiy. Citizens representing societies, organizations, etc., with no office, should sec that the proiier information is -riven now. BnOLES 4 CO. COIiB WEATHER. Our Cheap Overe.iats, $, $S. Good, Heavy Men's nita, $tl, $8. Large Stock Comforts and lilankets. Full Line Hubbcrs all sizes. 500 Ladiis' Cloaks, at $3, $4, $5. 200 Ladies' Keautiful Cloaks, $o to$l0. The Cheapest Line of Cloaks Ever Brought to Memphis. 100 Ladies' Dresses, Price, $5 to $10. The Above Goods all Cheap and Very Desirable.. KAHN V FREIBERG, . Corner Main and Poplar Street. t-isli! Fish! Flish! Red snapper in abundance and lake perch in endless quantity at Steve Clement's. Telephoue X. 1. Moore sr Co., ( lorner i It. rnnndo and Vance, for fre-.lt oysters, fruita and choice groceries. Goods deliveretl iiee oi eliarRO. Os-'-Jern For Pliisnbiug Promptly attended to. J. A. Rtiurr, 295 CJ:wud Etrset. -a Notice. Ffectncrapha rcftlliHl for half-price at Wills i & Wildbci'ger'.-, 317 Main street. A IZelping Hand. Jinn'-, of all kinds taken internally shock ! the syst. nt and by reaction produce bad re sults. Dr. Fl::eg's li proved Liver and aatach I 'a. I eia nattue in natnre'e pwn ny. ?nd p- rfctt health never falls Co follow i its use. COAt. rUtidjilrji coal, . ijanncl coal, Anthracite coal. Wholesale and retail. Orders promptly tilled 1-y C. B. BBTAS & CO. Telepliotse Ciders To Browne, the plumber, lo Mal son street. A cajriOCI sale of chairs, tables, kitchen fit tnr. , ernckery, . tc, at htafler's old stand, Main strti t.'ut 10 o'clock to-day. Gilt Eilge Tonic Regulates the B.iwtla. Oh, My Eaum! They arc cold. Well, then, go to Cohen, 819 Main street, and buy one of his caps with ear-protectors, and slop crying. O.VKterssl Oystersl Oysters! The nicest, freshest and cheapest at Steve Clement's, H Beslc street. The Epizootie has reached Memphis. All owners f horses and mules should adopt prompt measures and use the Fairoiieau condition powders. These are prepared and sold only by Fahlcn & Kleinschmitlt, chemists, Second and Beale. Floyd's ('undies. Our caramels have always been a sjieeial ty, and are made from pure cream. The sup ply has not been equal to the demand. Hereafter we can supply all our trade. Oysters! Oysters!! Fresh Fish, Celery and (tame received exinvss ilailv nv j. A. Mgnaigo, o. ami -.an rx'oonti sireet. celebrated F Bland' Sole agent for the Have Your Hewer t onneet ions Miule now while Uie weather is gooil by Browne, 40 Madison street. Stylographs, at Wills A Wiltlberger's, All sizes, Main street. Telephone Your Orders For plumbing and gas fitiiiti, to Phil Mallon A Co.. -01 Main street. Odorless Excavating Couipauy. VautU cleaned and tilled. Ollice 45 Madi son stiecl. Rr.Lii's Gilt F-dge Tonic cures Otimb Ague. O.vk feature of the Day Knan Pap is cjtnrriciui. i:!e that nothing is claimed for it except wli.t! it will absolutely effect. Venlsen, Rnhhtta, Sejnlrrala and Duelts. Choice venist.u steaks and masts. Fresh panic nat received at Steve Clement's. leopatra! ilir n v r was . itaincd bv force of per sonal i harm. She li I the old "boy" rap ine srhenevt r she talked "prettv" to them anil -how. d her laeth. Hiataey should tell us th..t she used HOaODOOT, bnt ahwil, The preparation elm used might have had another name then. I aiaoNitLT reci.niniend the use of Fellows' ComjK'iind Syrup of llypophosphitea to all who rilftilT in a-ij way irom disease or weak neee of tlie Lungs, Bronchial Tubes, or gen eral debility. J. u. W. stvrr, n.n.. tumetowu, K. B. A CIIAUHIXCt TRIP The tlreat Kirnnlou to Xw Orleans Tnnraday, December 3, lfcSO Sf em pkiHto Mow OrlrnuH and Ke lisrn Only ftllfto. TleketaUood to Ketarn on All Regalar Train lor Fifteen Iaja. Arrangement have lceu made with the Mississitini and Tennessee railroad to I ronnd-trip tickets to Grenada in connectii p with the Collins excursion ticket at greatly reduced rates, thus making the tare lor the round trip to New Orleans and return from Memphis and stations on the Mississippi aud lenneseee railroad between emBM an-i Sardis (inclusive) only eleven dollars and fifty cents, and from other stations in propor tion. Arrangements, will also probably be made for reduced rates from stations on the. Memphis and Charleston and Louisville and Nashville railroads iu connection with this delightful excursion. Tickets will be for sale at Memphis by James Speed, genen'l ticket agent, No. 287 Main street, and by lo cal agents at the different railroad stations. This is certainlv the cneajiest ana most at tractive excursion that has been offered to he public for a long time, and well merits the favorable consideration and patronage oi all desiring to avail themselves of a profit able and delightful' trip to the "Beautiful C-unuy South." LAW REPORTS. liimeerj fonrt Meltowell. C'hnncelloi . 1 lecisions made yesterday : Shelby count v - Emmet Bank, jutlgmeut against county .subjii ; to taxation; W illiamsonvs Howell, injunction dissolved, receiver refused; SamelsoB vs Taxing-District, ajiplication for lnjuiietion to restrain iieleiulant Irom coutinumg use ol lot for the purpose of keeping the mam sewer of the city thereon, and from convey ing water, etc., through it, upon the several grounds mentioned in petition, that of a nuisance, misrepresentation, etc., refuseti; Owen vs Smith, allowance formerly made not now considered; (irant vs Lucas, defend ant has a life interest; Lawrence vs Jieal, ruling on demurrer; Haeuer vs Newport, bill dismissed; Martinthal vs Martintha!. dterce on report as to fee, etc; Goldsmith ve McGowan, demurrer overruled; laylor vs Sewell, ruling on demurrer; Jackson Insur ance Company vs I ease, transler ot bill ol lading passed the legal title, Jones dclivertd warehouse receipt as agent of complainant; Taylor va Richardson, decree for defendant. Olmlnnl toitrt 1.. II. lIorrlKnn, JadRf. Additional caiendaa fpr to-d.3y No. 873, Giil Pillow, alias Gip Pillow; 3.V, Pen Mentges; 248, Robert Butler: 247, Henry F-pp8; 257, Louis Hart; 208, John Williams. HOTEL ARRIVALS. Poabmly Hotel C. It. GalTbwny A Cm . Proprietor. Rates 12 50, (3 antl ft per day. The house Is fur nishcil with a steam passenger elevator, and llrBt cla&s in every department. Ueventy-live rooms at '- 50 por day. At Peabody lloiel. November 19th. J W ITsilelienl. St Louis E Bheeby, Bt Ixiuis J D Raudle. river T P Hurkc, i liirtsvillo W B Kadfor.l. Tenn F A KontKOmerr, Miss A Kreiilentlnil. NY J Leopold, N Y .1 a Sextro, Cincinnati J S Parrish, Ky Mrs M M BrowniiiK. Ky I. S Allison, St Louis Mrs 11 P TiiTnef. 41a J N" Norris & w, t'orintli A A Dennie. St Ixmis E Colin, N Y L Stern, S Y J G Sandn, Kan L H White, Ky .1 D Ware, Ky K Utiriuiu, I irlanna Mrw l-Zwen, HuntsviUe li Lee. M Y 0 Canoed, Ala T B F .lames it il, Tenn C W Ellison, Col B F Marx. St Iiuis T Me.ila.iiLv. St J.....1. W CaalweB, Home R Dean, Dseeula J C Frayjier, city D II shaivhuui, Ciiieiu' VV II Williunta. Tenn U B Yale, Ark Mi-- T K Beowning, Ky MrsS P .Sale, Huntsvillc E P tloran, wife, child and servant. Ark J P Long, SI I.ujs J Gibson, Cincinnati J A Odtennaif, D s army W Turner .V w, Miss I) W Williams, Atlanta M C Brady, Nardil. B O Drummond, St Louis Miss Ewen, Iltniisville 1" P, Leslie. N Y B M Toivusead, Athens li Mathews, Columbus J 0 Tibbs, Little Rock F Levens, St l.nuis II Eahii, Ark w B BaaUns. Osceola Vi F Jjimbai li, Chicago F Barnes. Clevclauil Mrs 0 P Kuinsev. Tenn W J Wade, Nashville j v S Crane. N Y ICO Louis ik w, Tenn J il Hoy, S Y WKHrieiic.I'hiliuieluliia T B You.i;. Somervillc rs H Murton, Smimrville W J Preeman, Mashville Its Lindsay, Jackson P (ioldfocle, Ciiieiiiuati a Benahebner, cincin' W stlth. Hully Springs ,1-ihn Rolxrtson, Miss A F McCic e, Mi- Rus Davis, Ark F N' Simnit.nd w.. N Y F K HessieiliT lK'tmlt. J C Sailer. Chester. Ill FA Potter. St Louis Mrs Warfietd. Miss Mrs Moiitsioinerv. Miss Mrs Groot. Mi--Theo Harris, St Miss BassetL Boston Miss Sinvn & child, Mas" Mrs Oliver, Trenton U Kellf, Atlanta .las Cox, Rockwood l E Walker. Louisville W A Morrow, Ctn W J C Woodson. Soinerv'e W M Btirnes, Ripley W A Wilbane, Ark peConMe PeKennoran, Paris, France. At Gnatau'a, Hovember I a t It. (i II Mitchell, NY J K PCUft, Biiviir M G Stewart, Texas B E Prince, Covimrton W H I'ullen, Boston DrJOBailev, Little llo-k H Y Bailey, Little ltoekj J B Williams. Ark W P Shulu, Baltimore N Carnahan. Bullimore II W Mi-tv.rrv, Jackson G T Fortune, Jackson E L Bullock, Jackson li A Kaloe, JacUota, I: A Bneed, Ja. ksou JfC Roberts, Boston A U Ewiiift, Nashville Jno KWUDoa. Jaekaoo L M Caruth, Lamar M 11 Tlionion, Luniar J T Watklns, Somerville W L 0 Wooiisou, Somvi'c W T Rutledge, g C Geo Wills, C FJarrett, W F Williams, Dcs Arc Mrs J S Williams, DeVall'sK Lauge, Dcs Ark S W Williams. Atlanta; Wm Harris, Corinth W .- Dancy, Holly Spr'gs K L Dal ton, Oxfcrd A J Douglass, t Covington R SBaueh, Covington Wm Mcintosh. Covington S A Iioiiglass, Kcrrville Hart Ward, Kerrville P J Glass, Ky Atistln Peav, Ky Lyinon, McCoinb, Ky OtUi Grory.'Ky J II Murray, Ark R S Russell, Brownsville Chas Jarrctt, J B Burton, Louisville L H MeKec, t too Wills, It M Slcilgc A son, La J S Duncan, Mo A Powers, Ctn W II Lee, Ind J W French. Aberdeen P LChilds, city W M Oldbara, Baftaio J S Errington. Ind E II Krriniter, Ind Jake Sailer. Milwaukee. French Meani Hye-Workn. Ladies' and lllhillllin'l goods dyetl and cleaned at Im!s Keigel's, S8j Jeflerson street. Vttiril C'ureH Neuralgia lustanl ly A few droiw applied kills the pain. New sue 50 cents. G. W. Jones A Co. agtnte. A Phymifian'H Testimony. I hereby certify that 1 have la-en a practic ing physician for twenty -seven years, antl foi many chronic cases in my practice do rcccom mend Warner's Safe Kidney and Idver Cure It wa ujion my advice that G. W. BtajBim editor of the Industrial Kru, obtained Ihii valuable remedy. Alliia, Iowa, May 26th. A. A. RAMSEY, M.D. Kef.d's Hilt Edge Tonic assists Digestion. Dressed Turkeys I Dressed Chickens! My own dressing, all fat and fresh, and at t lie lowest prices. Steve Clement's, SO Beale. Floyd's Restaurant Has all conveniences for dinner and supper parties. We get them up in elegant style, and our prices are moderate. Plnmberw' Supplies, J. W. X. Hrewne, 40 Madison street, Memphis, Tenn. Prompt aud ElHeieut Horn, Browne, the plumber, 40 Madison street. SPECULATION. SPECUIiATIOIBr. Drain, Provisions Storks and Cotton. ALL interested, whether dealing on margins or in privileges, or handling actual property, aud those who contemplate trading, should send address at oriee. for valuable reference Ixiok, issued monthly, free. Great advantages. Sis-flal facili ties. Do a general commission business. Cousigu ments received. Advances wade. Members ITii cago Board of Trade. Refer to First National Bank, ChlragOI Chatham National Bank, New York : L. Preston & Co.. Bunkers. Detroit, Michigan. F. 8. WATERS Ji CO.. Conunlssion Merchants and Brokers. 1:17 Mailisoii street. Chicago. Illinois. FOR SALE. Handsome Property Wear the I Hit ersily of Tirginia rOBRAlE. SIX ACRES; buildings for small family; fine grove; beautiful situation for larger house: aerially adapted for a summer residence; adjoins the University. Apply (P. O. Vuiversiiy of Va.) to my agent, Mr. W. P. CONNELL. or to me, at Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. B. L. GILDERS LE EVE. REAL ESTATE FOB SALE. BY virtue of the power vssteil in us by the will, and for the purpose of paying the debts of the estate, we offer lor sale anv of the Real Estate of the late Judge Henry li. Smith. A list of the properly can 1k seen at our office. No. 40 North Court street, where is-rsons wishing lo purchase are rconcstedlo call, liEOKUK A. SMITH, P. W. SMITH, Executors of Henry li. Smith. ARKANSAS LANDS FOR SALE! LANDS In Arkansas lor sale In quantity and qualitv to suit any and all. Terras, one fourth cash ; balance in one, two and three yean, with six per cent, interest. Lauds also selected and sur veyed for parties who wish to buy or donate state lands. All selections made by actual survey. Terms moderate. Address John T. Rums or O. P. I. vies M Muiu street, Memphis, Tenn. JOHN T. BP RNS.281 Main strset. i:t.itv.s. STATIC' A. :k roTTAM.r.AU. sizz A sr.t..! M- l at C. i,' em. ml !' I. Million f. 1 rvepnrliottll, A.ljuilinriit ol Parts, p! rrnirth. Soli. lit v. BLYMYER MANUFACTURING CO- ni vi.t r- r "i OPTICIAN. PRACTICAL 0PTICUN, Mannfarlnrcr ofOptiral Instrunients. na Xortli t'onrt Bttsrt. Wnnihlw. Tsaa EDI ATIOXAL. Mountain Spring High School TRINITY, ALABAMA, Metupliif and 4'hartenton Rail road. Tj"OR preparmtitm for the University of VirninU l" ami atmilar itiHtittitiiuikt or for hnrtinciw. Tho iU(.cisfl of ms MwiuuM warrant (ha pioprietor to inarim; no ins in mtaktUK it the lcutiliii: otthetouth. 8tTinth Annual HtMion Ih-hhm i j tiuber vth ' ir.i rv-n In pnportlun frim dale of ntranri. For oalaloKut. with full infonuafiou, upplv u JOHN A, UMC Pronrietor. HtmteuU received m any time, and ohavU ui:or iMiirmuv tn pnporila. 9IakM and CoNtumcii! MAY, L0EWENSTINE& CO., No. 269, Mala street, Memphis. CLOTHING. IMMENSE SACRIFICE CLOTHING 227 MAIN Greatest Bargains Ever Known AT THE iemt WISTIRN GIiOTinNfi HOUSE Xow is Your Itnte to Invest Your Money In CXOTHIXO. $50,000 Worth of C'l.OTIIIXt:. to be Sat-ritu-ed at (Slaughtering Prices. Read Price List of Our Wonderful REDUCTIONS! CUT T1IIS OUT AND BRING IT WITH YOL : Our $10 suits reduced to $ G 60. Our $12 suit reduced to 8 00. Our $15 suits reduced to 10 00. Our $18 suits reduced to 12 00. Our 20 suits reduced to 16 00. Our $2-"i s tits reduced to 18 50. Our $30 suits reduced to 20 00. Our $10 ovtrcoats reduced to $0 50. Our $12 line Chinchillas reduced to S3. Our $15 line Beavers reduced to $10. Our $15 Ulsters vFay C'assimercs) reduced to $10. Our $20 fine worsted overcoats reduced to $15. Our $ 6 boys' suits reduced to $ 4 00. Our $ 8 bojs' suits reduced to 6 00. Our $10 bojs' suits reduced to 8 00. Our $15 boj s' suits reduced to 10 00. Wc also hav an immense line children's anil youths' overcoats, will sell at slaughtering prices. Wc of boys', which we will also tl pair pants, warranted nil wool, for the nominal sum of $3. These are good value at fifty per cent advance, and cannot be duplicated for b is than $5. You are cordially ipvited to inspect the above prices. This is a rare chance for sucb bargains. Every one should take advantage! of the same. Do not buy one dollar's worth of clothing until you ex amine our immeusc low prices. Do not mis take the place. GREAT WESTERN CLOTHING HOt SI. 227 - - Main Street.! - - 237 COTTON GINS. Chickasaw Ginning COMPANY, Madison Street, Memphis. 81 The most complete Ginning establish ment in the city. Gins amd Handles cotton with the most approved ma chinery and facilities. Give ns a trial. m. w. nr.ARDKi.ET, HlipcrlnlpiHlc nt. BEETING. J.H. COFFIN & CO. MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS FOR (il M AND LEATHER Belting ! OIK lt.t VIS ALL NIXEH. Engiiicers'SiipplieSjLaru' Oil, T.iibrlcatiiiK Oil, Machinery Oil, HP JfcLOIiBSAIiB COAL OIL! cottox i'i: i:ss koit.s aii si. .-. 26S Front, Memphis. BOOTS AN1 SHOES. J. M. HILL & GO. S3 err- S HOIII. U- M A KE RS. ROUT. LEWIS. FRED W. THOMAS. LEWIS & THOMAS, BOILER-MAKERS IM) STEAMBOAT I'. !. A lis M ITliS. Bluoti nithine of all Kinds. t'opyH-TftUti Sheet Iron Worki-rs. All wurk tiouo peompfly, day or night. Turins eaeaj. Sbop, A.l. : : - Street, near river, Memphis. RKMIIiKNI'I . NO .If? mil AS ST. TKl'STEE SAIiES. Trust ee'8 Sale. TTN'DEU and by virtue ol n rertain trust doed to LJ me e ecu ted, of date 2t.th Orlober, lS7t.. and recorded it. the Register's oftli'e of Shelby eounty, in botjk No. 115, ikc :;"1, I will, on Kntnrduy, January n, 1881, between Die hour of 1- o't look m. and a p.m.. in front of ti e oonxtaoeae building, in the t:ity ol Mcmphia, t ell at public outery. to the highest Did der, f..r cash, the following described property, it ttated in fihelbv county, State of TennesatH... and deseribed lis follows: Beginningat a point 14ofeet from the scutliwi'st corner Gaines nnd Fifth streets, south on Fifth I treet ; thenee west parallel with Qaineeeneel to Fourth stnt 400 feet : thence north with Fonrllt street to Haines street 110 feet; thence east wiLh Haines street to Fifth street 400 feet: thence sol th with Fifth street 140 feet to the points of I egiiming, in Fort Pickering Equity of re.leni.lio i waive.1. Vi'. . FOl.KES. Tnistee. 'OTTOS FACTORS. J.J.RAWLINGS&CO Cotton Factors (X)M1ISSI0NAMERCHANTS, 332 Front Street, TJp-Stairs - - - Memphis. B Agorae AND TI1S FURNISHED CUSTOM ERS. Will sell cotton off wagons for thos who wis:, mmediate sub a. JEWEI.EK. Optician& Manufacturing Jeweler Ijl VERY description ot 3o!iilGoll Goods. Watches, J Chains, Si!-. Plauiouda, silverware. Clocks aud Suec ai les. REPAIRING of Sue Watches and Jewelry. Old Gold and Silver in any shaim wanted. COR MAIN Sc COURT STS. LEUBRIE BROS. THE LIVE! POPULAR AND PROGRESSIVE HOUSE! IMMENSE The Great Success Attending our Eiforts, induces us to Reduce the Prices of Our Entire Stock in the Early Part of the Season to Give All a WHEN OUR PRICES DIES Suitings, 10, 12 1-2, 17 1-2 and 20c. Brocade Novelties, 20, 25 and 30c. Wool Momies,32 l-2c; cheap at50 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 Novelties,45c to $3 50 The largest assortment of the celebrated ariil well-known intlelilile Ckappas Cachmeres, From 3r, 70c tip to SI 75. The beauty and durability of Chappaa Dreas Fabrics are so well known that we will not elaborate on their merits, but will only Bay that we never haJ Euch fine qiialtiea for so low prices, being 1 0 to 12c under last season. FI.EIiAXT French Dress Goods, From 81 to at SO. Unriraled Collection of Kick and Bcauti - ful Fabrics. These include most of our Paris purcliiusea, and are by all odds the best exhibit in high- cltuu Goods we have ever shown. They are in all the most popular colors and effects, and are worthy of au inspection by evry lady. UNDER "WEAR For Ladies, Hen and Children, AT ALL PRICES. mww. In French Knit, Felt, Italian Cloth, Plain and Q .:i I i I &s i in, .11. ;.. ;:a,.AU-. i uJl r iaauel. uui 41 Trimmed Felt Skirt, full size, i the Bargain of the Season. LEUBRIE BROTHERS, MILLINERY And Millinery Goods. Onr stock comprises the most OF Millinery Novelties! We claim for onr goods that they are superior in "style," finish and textnre to any in Memphis at the same prices. SATIN AND GROS GRAIN: No. 7,10c; No.9,l2ic; No. 12, 15c. EXAMINE! Flowers. Feathers, AT IEW YORK PRICES. Artistic Collection His. Wm. m 1 LEUBRIE BROTHERS. Blankets, Comforts, Eousofurnishing Goods CARPETS, The finest assortment CARRIAGES. OWEN LILLY, PRACTICAL BUILDER OF FINE Light Carriages. T KEEP A SELECT STOCK (Mrlnilvclv of ON I iu . ol il iiiittllillii-t tin- tiwnl An 1 1,1 H A N fi. I am al. nrenansl to build (TO ORHERI any or all f thf iiionlern atylm or Kax- ati. and Family Carriatn now in use. I use uothlug but tin- VERY P. EST MATERIA I., ami employ strictly nrst-daas michanlca. In all its branch ea. done promptly and In the best 'WKK I.I 1.1 . 4 1 AiUanal. WANTED LOCAL AOIVTB TI7S, I i U' b MM T.fc, ,r i.r Lt. I OsTM. baaiC( fffgfg CLEARING SALE! FOR RARE BARGAINS GOODS ARE NEEDED. SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES. SI1 VELVETS. All shades of Satins, 50c. Black and Colored Silks, G5c up. Black and Colored Silk Velvets, from $1 up. We call especial attention to our silk-iiuish Velveteens, 60c to $ Suits, Cloaks, Dolmans Ladies' aud M SuitM and Cloaks, Jersey Walking Jarkets, English Walking' Jackets, black and all new fall shade., 50, 5 50, $7 up. Handsome Dolmans, in plain and diagonal cloliin,trimmetl passementerie fringe, etc., $7 50, $8 75, $10, $12 up. Circulars and Ulsters, $4, $5 50, $ 75 np Black and Colored Heaver Cloaks, finely trimmed passenienterie,silk & fringe, $4 50, $5, $7 50 up. LEVBRIE BROS.' 1 Celebrated SaX0(1-Beauty Kids! A . , It is hardly necessary for ns to say any- i thing about these gloves. Their durability has been tested by thousands of our cu- toiners. Our fall importation is now in, and they excel all former seasons in street 1 and evening shades. It may be well, i however, to quote the prices: 2-Button, 90O 4-Button, 1.25 3-jBu ttoii.i.uu B-xsutton, i.au Every pair .warranted. We have the exclusive sale of these gloves. MEN'SANDBOYS' CLOTHING. ; Our stock of Clothing for Boys' j and Children's Wear is the largest and finest we have ever offered for inspection. We are showing au immense stock of all grades of goods, from a Cheap School to a Fine Dress Suit. We cordially! iuvite every one to call and exam ine our immense stock and see our j Nobby Styles. We will not only sell you Better Goods and at Lower Prices than any other store in the country, hut 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. ess, m PASSEMENTERIE, LACES AND TIES, FICHUS, CHEMISETTES, All Latest Novelties in NECKWEAR! of New Styles ever opened. Prices the Lowest Quoted. UBRIE FALL SEASON.1880 u Glapp S& Taylor Booksellers. Stationers. Blankbook Hf r's AND PRINTERS, 315 MAIN STREET, : ; ; ; ; : : : MEHPHIfl, TENNESSEE. "TirE nrVRB PARTKTLAR ATTENTION To Ol'R huvkkh line of uri'.w illi'iitbated V Juvenllp mi. I Toy llookM. Auloi;rnili mid 1'tioloicrnph .1 lunnia. New Hcrap BooUs, nud Hamlsomr Wrlllntc IichUm. Cil.i. . llymnalM. Kir., Kt., WHICH WE . OFFER AT CNCSIJAI.LY UW I'KIl KS. M VM r ti l l CELEBRATED ALABAMA LIME, AND HI I. I K IN Portand Cement, I.ouNmMc Cement, Michigan Planter, Fire Clay, Brirk, 252 FRONT STREET, Wool FLANNELS. The Plain White Wool Flannels, at 18, '22 and 25c. The Plain Scarlets, at 20, 25 and 80c, Are Bargains Unparalleled. Twilled Scarlet Flannels, full Cochiued dye, highly recommended for their anti rheumatic properties, 83, 85 and 40c per yard. The celebrated All-Wool Shaker Flannels are warranted not to shrink in washing if ordinary care is um. The 8-4 White at 5c, The 8-4 Scarlet at 70c, The 8-4 Gray at 65c, AreFnneaiJ Bargains. Indies' Cloths ana i;vsiuiir. 'flannels, in all the Fashionable Colors. Serviceable Hosiery. LADIES' Balbrlggan Hose, seasonable weights, 25c per pair. Fleeced Cotton Hose, 25c per pair. Hrotvn Mixed Hosiery, 8 pairs for $1. Fancy Colored Hose, 8 pairs for $1. Solid Colored Hose, all colors, 50c per pair. CHILDREN'S HOSIERY. The finest line and greatest variety ever shown, all qualities, from 35c per pair. 'MSN'S HOSIERY. Fancy styles Cotton Half Hose, 25c per Pair. 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 loirer and finer ; grades than those quoted, but they are reconv mendetl for their durable 411 allies. BOOTS & SHOES. THE BEST GOODS FOR THE LEAST MONEY Keep only the Best Makes. Our $1 and Jftl 50 Corsets Uave no equals in this market. I I I.I. I.IXE8 OF FINER QUALITIES Embracing; all tbe Popular Hlmpea, at Onr USUAL LOW PRICES. AND ZEPHYR GOODS. LADIES' UNDERWEAR. T.IKE THE ELEVATOR FOR UPPER FLOOR. BROS. k: It OF TIIK Roedale Cement, Mew York Plaster, Fire Brirk, Hair, Pa lug Shine, Etc. MEMPHIS, TENN Winter Goods, AT- B.Lowenstein&Bros WHITE BLANKETS! Ten-Quarters, Twelve-Quarters, leveu-Quarters, Thirteen-Quarters, Fourteen-Qiiarters. Colored BLANKETS! Comforts, Flannels, Cloths, Waterproof and Ulster Cloths! ALL AT LOW PRICES, AT B. Lowenstein & Bros. OFFER THIS WEK POSITIVE BARGAINS! ira- Rich, Elegant and Handsome Dress Fabrics HaTlefCDl prieea In Silk and Draw Clooda, prewula superb rollrrllon of Mlirti Navel tlm In Velvets, I'lush.-s. silk. SiUImi and Fine Wool t 'abriral loss, nil ol 1 lili aeaaon'a Importation, at prieea to arrest alleulion ur iMloudiug buyer. Novelties la Velvet Brocades at Three Hollars Firiv-formeriy IjIB 00. Novelties iu Velvet Brocades at Two BaUara Seventy-live- formerly $4 00. Novelties in Satin Brocades at Two Hollars Fifty formerly $.'1 75. Novelties in Satin Brocades at One lollur Fifty formerly $2 50. Novelties in Silk Brocades at One Dollar Twenty-five formerly 2 0ft, Novelties in Silk Brocades at One Hollar formerly l 75. COLORED VELVETS AND PLAIDS at about Half Original Cost. 4S-ineh Silk and Wool Plaidi, brilliant colorinKn, at One Dollar Ftltv sold thU aeojon for tl 74. 4S-inch Silk ami Wool Plaids, sell-colored eftocts, at One Dollar old this acaaon for $1 75. Mnea Silk ami Wool Plaids, Tartan ileslitus, at Seventy five Cente anld thin aeamin for Si SO. 8-Ingh All-wool JeHejs, in the new coloriuiia. at One Dollar Twouly-tlvu sold ililn seaanii for fi 4-liich All-wool Trlcutiiioa, In the new rnlnriuKS, at One Dollar sold all the -.miii for tl 7S. 48-ineb. All-wool Shoodaha. In the new colorings, at Seyi-nty-dve Cents-wild thia aeaaon for SI 26. IS-lncli All-wool Amawns. subtlueti eoloringv, atSIxty-nve Cents sold this season for SI. The above U a brief mention of some lines that are particularly cheap. The goods are In slock, aai) will be sold as advertised. Consumers should avail themselves, without delay, ol this rare opportunity presented so early In the seasou to obtain cither for dresses or garniture. NO. 249 MAIN STREET JAMES VO.VCE. F. H. J. W. Caldwell & (HUCCF.'-.sOR5! TO F. M. WHITE it CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS, Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants 38Q Front afreet, DEMISTRV. TO THE PUBLIC. IpOIl the best Dentistry, go to the olil Hktlled, rell 1 able and artistic Ana of 1RS. A . WESSON & SONS, 243 Main atreet. For they have all the modern Improvement even to the best Tooth Powder. Parents, have your Children's U-eth fllled and regulated before H Is too late. Prices in reach of all, -g COTTON CIS. Hayden's Cotton Gins! HAVING fitted up our Gins with aft the lato im- ! proved machinery, we are prepared ui Giu 1 all Cotton consigned to us. Sacks furnished to re- j sponsible parties. All Cotton insured in our open policy. COKNER FOURTH AND POPLAR STS. INSntAXCE. INSURANCE. J. J. KUSPHY. B. F. MURPHY. Murphy & Murphy, NO. 6 MADISON ST., (Adjelnlng Cotton Exchange), MEMPHIS TENN, Only First-Clans Companies. Ginhonses ana country Mores frppciamps. JEWELERS. PLUMBERS. J.W.X.BROWNE PLUMBER! IS prepared lo do all kinds of work In this line In a thorough and sanitary manner , gives special attention to Sewer and Building Connections! Also, has a law stock of UAH FIXTfTREM, Gas, Steam and Water fittings and Fixtures, Pumps Hose, Bathtubs, etc. I Ins a large force of compe tent workmen. All work warranted. Agent for the Haladay WIND-MILLS. Orders solicited. BROWNE tbe PLUMBER, 40 Madison Street. J. A. BAILEY, Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter MO Second St.. Memplits. SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO BEWKE OON nectlona. All work rnarantwl LIQUORS. John Lilly, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN Wines, Liquors, AND CIGAR?, No. 14 Union St, Memphis, Tenn. Winter Goods Comforts, Flannels, CiMMimere, MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE WHITE. J. W. CALDWELL, Co. Memphis, Tennessee. HOOTS i N 3 SHOES. Leading Shoo Store in Southwest. mill Sc. CO., 288 MAIN ST COR. MADISON, MEMPHIH. SPECIALTIES In Ladies', Gent' and Children's O Handmade Goads oi the finest and best makes prodtieeii in the worlil. Foreomfort, try our COM MON SENS K SHOES. For children, try our SOLAR TIP SCHOOL SHOES, the most practical and dura ble shoo in existence. All ourftoods are warranted and satisfaction guarantied in every respect. Goods sent a O. I). ZK1.LNKR A CO COLLECTOR. JOHN A.P0WEL General Collector BONDED DEPUTY SHERIFF, With D. C. SLAUGHTER, Justice of the Peace, Oil II l NO. II MADISON HI'., MEMPHIS, TENN. 7 ILL pay special attention to collections and VV all other business Iu a Magistrate's court. Give me aeall. POWDER AM) SHOT DEPOT A. J.VIENNA IMPORTER A.M DEALER IM RIFLES and PISTOLS AMMUNITION AND FISHING TACKLE, 345 Main St., Memphis. POWDER AM) SHOT DEPOT. Repairing Done and Warranted. HAVE NOW A COMPLETE STOCK or BREECH Loadkrh of the Scon, fircmer, Claybmugh, Colt and Moure make on hand. Ali.0. comiilctc Mock of Sisirtliig Enulpage. DISSOLUTION NOTICE. Dissolution Notice. TIIK firm of ANDKItSON, VENN & CO., Mar ble ami Uninlte dealers. Ad to fa Kast Court street, Memphis, Teiim-Ksie, was, ontlie llrst day of Pmllllllni, A. D. 1S00, dissolved by- limitation . Frank II. Venn will continue the business at the old stand. He assumes nil outstanding HabilitiCH of trre late firm, and lie alone is authorised to col lect claims due the same, and to use the firm namu In closing up former contract. F. H.VENN. LILI A N2 ANDERSON, Administratrix of JAMES wl ASDKRSON. Deeeaaed. STOVES, mm tjavc tafUn ttic PREMIUM evettj inst'atvee- ccMvpctvmj ists i tfic tet cuiiC'c- of I. V. sT. TTJ XA. JSTT3XJX.,Tj Sole Agents and Dealer tn llousefuniishiog 4 MAIX WTREKT '.' WKMPHDJ, MEDIUM. Medium Clairvoyant,,, V ADAME DK81LVKR (late Mad i'l me cuy lor a short time, at d" alract, between Becond aud T" Madame, ou anything pertaiui'