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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1880.
L MENKEN BROTHERS . . I QUI until All arc Sold, their BROCADES.VELVETS&SATINS AT Half the Former Price! It is needless to add that a honse of onr standing cannot afford to tamper with the Public, consequently we make no miwepresenUtionM in onr advertisements. FORMER PRICK. S3 50 m OO . 83 OO tK7 OO Mti OO S2 OO 4 OO 85 OO 83 50 8tt 50 81 OO 82 50 81 SO 82 OO BROCADED VELVETS, - -FANCY BROCADED SILKS -BLACK BROCADED SATINS, LUMEN ATED Broc'd VELVETS, BLACK BROCADED VELVET, FANCY BROCADED SILKS, " BLACK SATIN DE LYON BLACK NATIW E LTO?T ... NTRIPED VELVET, MOSS PU SHES. -MEBVILLIECX SATIN - - - M Kill SATIN. PLiLVAXDBROlADE 81 50 HBO( ADEI) SKIBTISfG VELVET, - 75c Colored and Black 8ILK VELVETS, 81 25 No lady shoiiM niw this n opportunity to get the heat goods made at the priee of rsnnion arovds. Parties at a dltmic- expecting to order from mmplM. xhonld bear In mind that carta Rood at these prices will soon be Hold. Mend order fora-nod. We g-urmatee a ndi erllMd. . W-s? s t W 6 MENKEN BROTHERS SMALLS PROFITS SUFFICE TJS! CHAS HERZOG & BRO Memphis's Great Book-Sellers Have invested for the Holiday Trade a few thousand dol lars in snch Fancy Goods as are adapted to the Retail Trade only. To give them a GRAND START, we will sell Truly Great Bargains In the following Lines: Photo illumi. Picture Frames, Silk Iapct erics, VlftltingCMrdK, Pearl Card Cases, Domino. Autograph Albums, Easels. Smtiu Papctciics, hf'OMlOS. Pocket Books, Toy Books, Stereoscopic Views, MelisierV Perforated l ard Chas. Herzog & Bro. OPPOSITE PEABODY HOTlL. Alt'TIOX SAEES. Oil Paintings and Chromos AT AUCTION, Main street. ttCommrmiiiff MONDAY. November 29th, at 10 n. ' m., 2, anil 7 p.m. Will nmUuue daily until llic stock is disposed of. A RARE CHAXCE KOB. BAJtG.UXH. A. M. 8TODD.UU', Agi-U-mocr. FRAMES PICTURES. MEaPHtS PICTURE-FRAME FACTORY. IE. sjsi Main Strew. OH rnlnUogs, Engraving, fnrtmon, Mirrors, Frames, Brackets, Stat nary, etc New and Splendid Assortment, AT LOW PRICES. STRAYED. WW One lanrc, white and blue pledcd mill ii i-ow. stmyid lust Munday. Liter Strayid last Monday. Liberal reward will be paid li deliver, .1. a en -i at 7 JEFFr.HSON 8T. (Extended! LOST. POlNTFR-Smalllivsrand white Pointer bitch r.tnn.i liv.-ri.imt ,,n rieht.ide: answers to th name of ROSE Kellirn lo ao. zithriii biiwi,w jjel . . .; TAKEN TP. ,nw cai.F-0mr can Uava by 1 ; minw t,ri.tT ,aid nii ins-chary.-. - ' K. K. WRIGH4. Whitmore Place. 1 Mile- on Hernando Road. BOOMS lD BOARD. ITtCRXISlIEli ROOMS With or wttaovt hoart, .P at No. Ill Court street ROOM-Furuishe i or Bin.irnished.wltn t-oarl, at resxinaWe rates, at M aad "6 Monroe strsef. "VT10E UtKMS Furnished or lufumislicd, sin J gle or in suite; spartmeaU lor light Bouae KevsW, atJOl Jetlerson street. i . KOOM" AND BOARD , at No. 3ffJ Poplar strvt lERSOXAI AND M ECU kii ICS Furnished i innnrisi I t I'.miro.t-.m H IL i osaiid others on short notice: CHRISTIAN A CO., annloyment Agents. JW South Water street. Chicsgo, Illinois. Di( R I.'LAsK lhas riii(ivisl ids olflce to S4S Main street, three doors llow Union, over J .sjth 'l aird's --lo'c. FOR S i I.E. r1Wt. STORY brlc kpiouse. No. 88 Exchange street A hi good orocr. oev 1'lete. Will sell low: 1 i easli, balance in one and ,-.l ,,r. ,r. ewer coll lei I ions no i cim vo years. . I.. GFION. Agent. Ho. 19 Madison street I VRAY AND FARMINIi MI.LK8 U At HARGU AO0.'8 BTABLB. JOT Beeoad St. TJOOK STORK A handsomely lltted up store. J") with a iresli and desirable stuck of School, M'i.,i"llueous sud College Books, BttfOiier , Mil ical luslrumeuts ami Miscellaneous Fancy Goods, t tiioyiug s nice trade, in a nourishing town, is offered for sale, with good reasons for selling, upotl very moderate terms. For information, appl lo ol.lVKIt. FINNIK A CO., Memphis, Telin. K'lNi: MocKlNi BlUD-' besp. with newest'. Inquire of Mrs. KBAi'UH. 179Si-c)nd street, r OT l AND 2 on south side SeLeraore av- 1 , HUr St. to Ken, ale CollciM. about U acres . nlco groyes sad buildiug site: low for udi: lie ls.iwe.-n Mrs. Weaver's and Judge Ddrtdge homes, near .irect ears. " E I.F.(TslI i iit. U.-.liirtat 11. Fluid and Cits Stoves a. iinzrr.i.K, -wn.i-.Miu s, HiTTAt 'AUE On seeoiut oi owner beings mm ,.. t, oi- frame cottage Her n. .blent, the nando street, c.wuer Calhoun. 7 by tut feet. I ernis n-aotiat,lc. A t present (K-cupteU by a gouu icjiaio . Am.lv to R RllHMOSD or R. M. McKlB, So. 1 Madl'-on steeet. . BRICK -By riveror rail. Quantity and quality euaraiit-e1. U-avc orderaat Jolili A. De'V'- h l't Front, K. C. BuchausM A Co. . SA) From or . J Chase A Co. 'a. laa Mala it. O. H. P. WFKvt. -ORICK- j y FBAKX 0D.P. 2 ,1Ni:lNE -One e-oad-nl stationary engine. Pi without Doner: oeodcr 14x36 Indies 1 all complete except ny-waeal; laaoud running order. l V hal at a banrata .npi to WORKS, 9S SeconJ tt. . mi K s iKon PltNOS A few 7-oelaTe ssron-i-haiKt Ilanoc, ibeap b- .uh, st I TZMA NN A CO.'S Maair il-.we. 3ee.md street. Mil ja J m 3 nil" 5 5 ? 2 I'm ir Moi k of MnKllilit tut FBI F.5IT PRICE 81 SO 81 SO 82 SO 83 SO 83 OO 81 OO 82 25 82 50 SATIX OROl I. 81 .10 83 OO 82 oo Srrap Books, Writing; Ucsks, VelTct Papetcries, Mirrors, Barmonicons, Ink Stand. liialtrDlned Dictionaries, Boards. Etc., Etc.. AMUSEMENTS. T KIIBKII S THEATER. JOSEf H BROOKS. . . . l'roprietor and Manager TlfRKK NIGHTS ONLY COMMENCING MON " DAY, NOV. .T!I MATINEE WEDNESDAY. Rnrtley CnmpbeHH GALLEY SLAVE! The JJoublc New Y ork Success, Pirperior I'niiuntic Compnny, Composed Entirely of Nea Yirk Plivurites. liicliuihiK ainoug its ij.aiil.ar- Mi Gaaie Ie Forrest, lime. Majeronl, Mr. Frank F.vanB, Mr. Thomas II. Burns, Mr i luinti IJrimis Hooiti. T'.iuo-dsy. Friday aiid .-uturdsy, HAZEL KIRKE; M. . 1 1 . 1 ... y , !' . . l riii ri.-a' Cuim-ily Company. minis. BIBBS! BIBBS! BIBBS! Hartz Mountain Canaries! ST 00 ol those choice songsters left, which will be O sold at auction prices for three days longer. Purchase have chuTee of birds. Coll At KTo. SXX IVt.tlix Btreet rtsT" The pu Idle are invited to call and examine t!:a ek. FOB BITOT, LEASE OB SALE. PLANTATION mar Bledsoe's 1. , lire" miiles from River, in Lee ononty, TArtanu, contain) ne IJsJiitcj, loo upii, 20" acres in cultiva tion, d caiHUs- of the entire tract above over flow. To a grwvll.ar:'- a lung lease will be given: OR WILL SELL THR HviiT BARGAIN ON THE MARK ST. The tract is known iworje of the high est brail Kittles fanilliar with the same. Vir terms appl y to F. W. R I YSTER CO. Real Estate Dealers. NTRAYKU OK STOLEN Hi'AX MARE From onroOleo, on Monday, No-veinber'-'HJi. asmiill ttrawoerrv roan inure. With saddle ud bridle cm. A suitable reward will tK t.aid for her return to our omce. A.M. BOY1 ' A 9QK, J6. Vrunt Street. OW ANiut tight days ago, one black cow, kcyy with calf; lell Horn horcii, anu snort Five dollar, reward will be iiid on her de livery lo 5&t Shelby street, or any information adl'ng lu lier ret uvcry. FOB RENT. TIIIrtrYa fftft of the honse No. 124 Beale street. The person occupying the store will board with tenant aid iiay a iasonable illfference for lioard. T-uyrT ;fV1- NIeelv furnished, with orwi:li Jj out board: also part of furnished house for Mns-inBiilng. at s) i. indkx street. - KW (VrTT.ViiK hi Mr. 'ah han. jjn Hernando price, yjOO pi-rvear. II. L. t; I' ION. U Madison st. V BRICK RESIDENCE r.t Beale street. MINOR MERIWETHER. TOOM.S Furnished, at 116 1 nri strei-t. t MBS. C. 1'. KKKEMAN TiURNISIIED KooVS- XI at 127 Jefferson street. WANTS. SALESMAN A tirst-rluss salesman to sell Fire O Proof Safes in tMscity, on commission. Large rreenua given the right tiarty. Address. J Y. E. hEARCII. Nashville, Tenn TTUREMAN Apply at Friars Point Oil Works, P S Friars Point. Mississippi. Q ABPENTEU At J. X. Browne's, 40 Mudison street. rX KXCHAS'OK swi:.. machine for board in 1 private fiiuilly. Art. S. M. Att-T, Appeal office. SITL' ATIUS As manager or aKbistant on planta tion or In country store. Can keep book. llc had exiMiricund tuid can ive references. Address A. . '., Appeal office. TWO KOOJJS AM" !lOAKD-li) a gentlebian UUl wife and two boys. Booms centrally located, within few btockx of court tuare. Address A. 1. Xq. MB Front street 'F.KVANT To do ceneml housework. Liberal k w ages. Iti'iuireat 3J3 fvrLAKSTltttr. in OMAN To cook. uiili anl iron, at No. -M F.Xt HAKOB8T. IKxlcnded.) GlOOD COOK J at 125 Adams itreet. OIMTKaAS 'Ki-i ii red and renovated, or no charge whL v.,.-; also, Brickwork of all kinds done at bottom rates. THOMAS CI' RBIN. fuillaon t. TO EX( HA!StiE. CKW Kit-CON N K TIo". ' TRR CLOSKTS, .i llaihttJl'S lor green I -arks l'lUL ). MAU.0N A CO., Main utreet. jeheiek. Optician Manufacturing Jeweicr 1 VEKYdescrlpUen -d MUdCo's Goods, Watches. U Chainn. Set, Diamond. Sl)vesre. Clocks aud .pectacles. BlT.UttlN'll of Hue tfiu iVs and Jewelry. Old Oold an J silver in any shape wantcrt. CQR.MAIN& COUfiTSTS. LIQIOKS. John Lilly, 1MPOBTEB AND DEALER IN Wines, Liquors, AND CIGAR.?, No. 14 Union St, Memphis. Tenn. AdtfiutstratorN Notice. fTHhS W to aoiifyall persons Interested iu Ihe X. estate of F. F. fleltz, iLiceascd. that 1 will :,-aieut of -aM estates! irh the t'ml.ate Court al Shelby county ,.u Sa.in-.laj-. Ik oember 4, ltKW. CEOKiiE BOKNjgtti . Adjuiuislrator. LARGEST Stock of Fancy Groceries Out- Stock of Fancy Groceries side of New York. 2,000 hxs, Halves and quarters Raising. 20 cases Figs. 2,000 boxes Fire Crackers. 2,000 iioxes Factory Cheese. 300 boxes Cream Cheese. 1,000 boxes Crackers. 1,000 cases Sardines. 1,000 cases Garrett's. Ralph's Snnft. 3,000 cases Jellies. 20,000 cs. assorted Frnits and Vegetables 100,000 pennds Fancy Candy. 1,000 cases Canned Mackerel. 500 cases Canned Salmon. 500 cases Brandy Peaches. 500 eases Brandy Cherries. 500 cases Matches. 1,000 bags Green Coffee. 500 barrels Refined Sngars. 500 barrels Yellow Sugar. 100 barrels w Molasses. 1,000 packages Lard and Hams. 50,000 Fresh Cocoannts. 1,000 bags Almonds, Brazils, PeuiinU, Pecans and Filberts. 300 barrels Oranges. 2(M) boxes Lemons. QLIVER,FINNIE&Co WHOLESALE GROCERS, MEMPHIS TEXXESSEE. LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. The rainy season commenced business again yesterday. A heavy fog prevailed along the river yesterday and last night. Wild turkeys and geese are appearing in numbers in our markets. The sons of Scotland celebrated St. An drew's day at the Merchants' club-room last night. At the criminal court a number of casta were continued and set for trial. A few fines were imposed. Early yesterday morning Krotise's saloon and boardinghouse was robbed of a lot of cigars, tobacco and other stuff. To-day the Presidential electors of Ten nessee and other States meet and cast the yote for President and Vice-President. A box of tobacco was stolen from th store ot rader, frank & Co., Front street, by some unknown party yesterday. Yesterday at noon the thermometer in dicated 42 of temperature. The barometer marked 29.70 inches, and the mercury was falling. B The St. Louis drummers' steamer Heb stock will lie sold to the highest bidder bv the L'nited States marshal on the thirteenth instant. Leila Scott lodge, No. 28!, will hold ib annual communication this evening, at 1 o'elock, for election of officers and other im portaut business. At the Theater matinee to-day and to night. Hartley Campbell's drama, the Valley Slaee, will lie presented, which will close the engagement of the company In the drawing of the Kentucky State Ixjttcrv, at Covington, Kentucky, Xo. 90,0111 tlrew the first prize: Iso. 1 3,690, second prize No. 82,o3o, third prize; No. 62, fourth prize lo-morrow night and during the re mainder of the week, the great New York sensation, Hazel Kirke, will be the attraction at Lenbrie's Theater. A matinee will be given Saturday. At the drawing of the Commonwealth Distribution company, at Louisville, yister day, the following numbers drew the leading prizes: No. 99,:53o, s!0,000; No. 16,0Uo, 510, 000; No. 18,807, ?-)000. The police yesterday made the follow tag arrests: J. t ireenman, suspicious cha acter and larceny; Thomas Galvin, same charges; Johnson 1 avne, larceny; Mike Flynn, suspicious character. The argument of counsel in the cases of Henochsberg against the Hamburg and lire men and Ilamburtr and .Madgeourg lire in surance companies occupied the attention of Judge Hammond, of the Federal court, ves terday. Marriage licenses issued yesterday by the county court clerk: Whites I). Volpi and harbara Conti. t ulore l J ohn Kobert sou and Belie Love, Abraham Poston and Louisa Wheeler, Willis Clark and Bettie Williams, I). W. Waldran and Jennie Strick land. Yesterday the steamers James Howard and Grand Tower were constructively seized and arrested by the United States marshal on a citation issued by L'nited States Com missiouer Morrison to satisfy claims of sea men or deckhands who demanded exorbi tant prices. The boats refused to pav and gave bond, appealing to the United States district court. A Dversbure letter, received at tl office yesterday, has the following items of news; "(i. T- Baker & Co.'s steam cotton gin, planing-niill and warehouse burned last night. Considerable seed-cotton and lumber were destroyed. Total loss about $12,000, with no insurance. Telephonic communica tion has been established between the post office and the river." At the recorder's court yesterday morn ing the following cases were disposed of: A Trice, assault with intent to commit murder, ponjinued to the third instant; Henry Jones, cruelty to animals, fine of ten dollars; Ber nard Kline and Wni, Ptisan, grand lar ceny, bonds fixed at S2000 each; Frank Smith, having stolen goods in his possession, bond fixed at $2000. i-The cotton-gin belonging to Mr. Stephen James, near Bradleys Landing, Arkansas, was destroyed by tire last Saturday. Twenty five bales of cotton and 300 sacks of cotton seed were also consumed, while some forty feales of cotton outside the ginhouse were damaged. Mr. James had S1SO0 insurance on the gin and SlOOit on the cotton in the Sun Mutual company of New Orleans, Tha Nashville American says: "Notwith standing the large number of carp distribut ed by Fisli Commissioner George V. Akers to all part- of the State within the past few days, he now has on his desk nearly two hundred applications for fish. Prof. F.lzy, of the Agricultural college at Blacksburg, Ya., writes Commissioner Akers that all the waters (lowing from Virginia into the Cum berland and Tennessee rivers will be stocked from their hatching house at Blacksburg with new varieties of game fish fry, provided our legislature will give protection from seining, giging, traps and obstruction to the moutii of streams tributary to the main streams leading from Virginia soil." Last evening Kosa and Moses El its, keepers of a lodging house at " the foot of Beale street, were arrested by the police on a charge of buying aud reoeiytng stolen goods. Six boxes of tobacco were found in their pos session, of which they could give no straight account. The boxes were evidently shipped to country merchants bv Memphis houses, and are marked as follows: "N. & Co., BateariBr. Miss.;" "B. & B.. Athus;" "S., Winona;" "F. T, Mississippi Valley;" "H. X., Gonders Landing." The tobacoo was ev idently stolen bvone some during shipment. It can be seen by merchants at the station- house, who are invited to appear and reeog- I niic ihe "oods. At the MercharuV club-room, over the Crystal Palace saloon, on Main sUeet, oppo site Odd-Etllows' hall, last night, the mem bers of St. Andrew's society and invited guests celebrated the anniversary of St. An drew's day in becmoiug manner. Some fifty guests sat down to supper aad enjoyed the elegant repast, which was served in the best style. ! luring the entertainment toasts were given and responded to in eloquent lan guage. The officers elect were duly installed, ad vocal ss wel) as instrumental music was introduced to add to the attractions of the evening. It was a most enjoyable affair, re flecting the greatest credit upon the sons of Scotland who are in our midst and who are among our best citizens. The entertainment was kept up to a late hour. A well-known saloon-keciier who does business on Main street, near Washington, while hutlZing lor wild geese in the Arkansas bottom, some teu miles m) the river, a few days since, undertook to wade into a lae to sec. re a crippleti wild goose. As he did so he commenced sinkj.nj; in the mud and went down up to his hips, and would have gone oleur out of sight had he not whirled and twisted himself around above and below water a number of times, and by this means managed to screw himself out of the death trap. His companions were away about a half-mile at the time, and had he gone under would only have found his hat floating on the jester with the crippled goose sailing roaniTil "liawkini" iovous notes. It was a narrow escape from death- - uijddyi freez ing death. He abandoned the goose and got laughed at by his friends when he pre sented himaejf in so sorry a plight. PEBS0XAL. OfflMMtT- JoelAH Patterson will deliver ar address to Unity lodge, Kuights of Honor, lu.iht. Mr. ani Mrs. N.u. CAJir, returning from their bridal tour east, are stopping at jfqfe vilie, Lue fitesU of Mrs. Nat Baxter. They will return to aiCAipbjs in a few days. Colonel Tvley, or OTooie, the ightning clerk: t the Peabody hotel, has been confine to his room io eyeral days by an attack of pneumonia. He is rapidly recovering. Wri'i'iv; and party invitations, the iit.c of which were never before turned out in Memphis, have lately been gotten up by Tracy A Co. This firm evidently proposes to keep" ahead of all competitors. A NUMBER of gentlemen from Texas are in the citv at present, having coming here to meet lie Jjemphis chamber of commerce committee with iet"rence to the proposed railroad to Texas. The ectlemeu areas fallow tr, H. M. Beidler, mayor oi Tei arkans, Mississippi ( W. M. Harrisofl, Geo. T. Todd, E. W. Taylor and J. P. Russell, of Jefferson. They express themselves as pleased with our city and people, anil they deserve that nttention which the citizens of the lone star State -ece-ve the world over, and-.especi-aUy iu Tennessee, twW - o T,. x as many .,)' her leading men in ner' strung- :: de-peuJ-WM liefore she became one of the L'uiu-d States. ON TO TEXAS. Meeting of Delegates From Jefferson and Texarkana, With the Memphis Chamber of Commerce Commit tee, to Discuss the Proposed Railroad to Texas. The Views of the Texan- as to the Best Lines Special Committees Appoint ed to Secure Funds to Make Pre liminary Surreys of the Different Routes. Yestertlay afternoon at the office of the Plnenix insurance company, No. 10 Madison street, a meeting was held m the interest ot the railroad project from Memphis to Jefler- iixas. ihe following-named gentie- were present: Mayor, 11. .VI. lieimer, oi Texarkana; Messrs. W. M. Harrison, J. P. Russell, George 1. Todd, E. W. lavlor, ot Jelierson. Texas. Memphis was represented bv a committee heretotore appointed judge J. W. Claim. Minor Meriwether, D. if. Had- Vm. K: Moore, John Johnson, w. M. Harrington, T. J. Latham, F. S. Davis, D. T. Porter, E. Lowenstein, S. II. Dunsconib, . J. Chase, Hugh L. Brinkley, John R. Good win. YV. A. tJollier. jNapoleon mil. ana a number of other citizens. MEETING ORGANIZED. Judec Clapp acted as chairman, and stated that the object of the meeting was to confer as to the proposed railroad scheme, in oruer to reach Jefferson or some other points in Texas from Memphis. Mr. John Johnson acted as secretary. CLAIMS OF JEFFERSON, TEXAS. Colonel E. W. Taylor, vice-president of the T, ... -.T S i . ivtst Line narrow tiuage raiiroao, extend ins west from Jefferson Izo miles to Green ville, Hunt county, read a communication, or printed address, showing, or explaining, some of the reasons why Jefferson, Texas, should be the terminus ot the Memphis and lexas railroad, which road is designed to be a great through competing line. Ihe printed circular was handed to each 01 the gentle men present to be carefully read and consid ered. CLAIMS OF TEXAKKANA. Mayor Beidlcr, of Texarkana, was called upon to express his opinion, tie agreed S . , . , i l . If T l . Wltu ine circular reau uy jxr. iaj iyr, except as to the western terminus of the proposed road, which he believed ought to be at Tex arkana, on account of its lieing a railroad center, with roads running in every direction through Texas, lie was clearly ot opinion that Memphis, Nashville, Louisville and Cincinnati, as well as Jefferson, Texas, were equally interested in building a road west from Memphis. The Iron Mountain rail road discriminates against Memphis in favor of St. Louis in every particular. Hence the importance of the construction of a road from Memphis to either Jefferson or Texarkana the latter being the gateway into Texas. Memphis has now no railway connection with the great railway system of the southwest. When this connection is made he would be willing to invest thousands of dollars in real estate in Memphis at the present prices, be lieving that within twelve months the price of such property would be increased fifty per cent. He impressed upon his hearers the feasibility and absolute necessity of building this proposed road from Memphis to Texar kana. NO MONOPOLY OF ROUTE. Judge Clapp referred to the proposed claim ot a chartered company at Little Kock, Ar kansas, as to monopoly of route ten miies on either side of a chartered route in Arkansas, and said that such a claim was unfounded, no snch power to grant being expressed in the new constitution, although such a power was expressed in the old constitution. Ihe legislature of Arkansas had the power to grant charters to any number of roads along the same routes. The Vhilding of a road from Memphis to Texas is a commercial necessity, sot only to Memphis, but other cities cast of the Miseisaipp river. PRACTICABLE ROCTE TO MARIANNA, SA8. Mr. John Johnson read a communication from Mr. J. T. Burns, a surveyor, as to a railroad route from Memphis to points on St. Francis river, and stated that a road-bed, entirely above overflow through the Arkan sas bottoms, reaching the Mississippi river at Scanlan's landing, andjeonnecting on the east side ot the river with the Mississippi and Tennessee railroad south of Nonconnah bridge, and oomiug into Memphis on the track of the latter railroad. Mr. Bttrns's communication showed that a good road-bed aud route could tie secured troui Memphis on ridges across the bottom lands to Mar i anna. Arkansas. ROAD TO KANSAS CITY Judge Clapp read a communication as to the proposed road to Kansas City, and the desire of the authorities of that road to reach Memphis. THE INTERNATIONAL ROAD EXTENSION. Mr. W. M. Harrison, president of the East Line railroad, read a letter from Mr. Hayes, president ot the International railroad. Ihi letter stated that the International road would be extended to Jefferson, Texas, at an early day. SPEECH FOR JEFFERSON. Mr. Geo. T, Todd, of Jetlerson, Texas, ad vocated the Jenerson connection with Mem phis. The International road, which is be ing extended into Mexico, will be touched at Jefferson, and also the Pacific road to El Paso. Mr. Todd paid a high tribute to the intelligence, enterprise anil energy of Mem phis, which he said was the geographical center ot the I nited Mates. lie was warmlv applauded by the Memphis committee du ring his speech. THE MATTER DISCUSSED. Several other short speeches were made bv gentlenien from Texas representing different points. A MOTION PRESENTED. Mr. W. M. Farrington moved that the com mittee approve of the road to Texas, and make some arrangements to perfect an or ganization, and that an early survey oi a route lie made. Mr. D. P. Hadden seconded the motion of Mr. Farrington; believing that something should tie done as soon as possible. Mr, Minor Meriwether stated that there was no use in making a survey unless a point of connection is first selected, He favored selecting Jefferson as the connecting point. To either Jefferson or Texarkana the town of Marianna would be a point on the line, the divergence being very little at that point, to reach either of the places referred to. The terminal point must lie fixed before the en gineer can start on his survey. An air line from Memphis to Jefferson would go through Marianna and cross Red river at Spring Bank tern,-. RESOLUTION PRESENTED. Mr. Wm. K. Moore said that, in order to get an expression of the committee, he of fered tpe tailuwfng resolution, which was sec onded by Mr. John Johnson in a speech giv ing facts and figures in favor of the Jefferson terminus. Ri-soImI, As the sense of this committee that the interests ot Memphis demand the building of railroad at the earliest practicable ieriid on the straiglitest practicable line to Jetlerson, Texas. AN OBJECTION TO THE RESOLUTION. Mr. L M. Hill doubted the propriety of Memphis selecting any particular terminus at present. He did not believe it good policy to do that now. He favored waitiug and making surveys to uuiercnt points and then selecting the best. RESOLUTIONS DISCUSSED. Mr. Farrington claimed that his resolution had ' prededeiibe before the meeting, which claim (.tiairman I lapp recognized. The two resolutions brought out consider able discussion, each delegation from Texas fighting in a friendly manner for the terminal point of the i,ev route, f he discussion was also' engaged in by W. R. Moore, Wm. M. Far rington, Minor Meriwether, F. S. Davis and T. J. Latham. Mr. W. R. Moore's resolution, which was offered as a substitute to Mr. Farrington 's resolution was sought to be amended as fol lows by Mr. T. J. I.atham, to change the wor J "building" to that of "survey." AMENDMENT LOST. The Latham amendment as to changing the words was put and lost. ORIGINAL RESOLUTION ADOPTED. The Farrington resolution was put to the Memphis committee, and was adopted, as fol lows: JJrifivf, That the committee approve oi the road to Texas and make sonic arrangement to per fect an organization, and that an early suYvey of a route be made. RESOLUTION jtt OsIVKREP. On motion of Mr. Collier, the above vote was reconsidered. RESOLUTION AS FINALLY ADOPTED. Mr. T. J. Latham offered the following resolution, which was put to and adopted by the Memphis committee: BnalMd , That this committee approve of a road toTexas, and that an organization be perfected, and that early surveys be made, tjie first of which shall be to Jefferson, Texas, by the inOst direct aud practicable route. ALL POINTS INVITED TO COMPKTE. Mr. Farrington ottered the following reso lution, which was unanimously adopted: I; , rti by this committee, That the citizens of any point lu Texas be Invited to co-operate, and that the committee w ill la' pleased to consider any surveys which may be itirnlshed by competing points for the Texas termination of the road. THANKS TO THE TEXAN'S. The following resolution was offered by Wm. it Joore. and was adopted by the com mittee: Ketolint. That the thanks 'of this meeting are lieu -bv tendered to the gentlemen from Texas lor the interest manifested by them in the building of a road to eonnci 1 Keftrou with the Texas system of railroad, and ahio for the valuable Information furnl&hed by them to tills meeting. COMMITTEE TO SECURE SURVEYS. A resolution was adopted to the effect that the chairman, Judge Clapp, appoint a sub coniniiltee of five to carry out the obiect of the meeting in securing a survey of the pro posed route, and to secure the subscriptions necessary lo make the surveys. The chair man said he would announce the committee on to-morrow (to-day). The Jefferson delegation selected the fol lowing committee to co-operate with the Memphis committee: Messrs. T. 1'. Martin, G. T. T' id and A, ft Cdopjon. The Texar ku delegation made ihe following selec tion of a committee': Messrs, J. H. Draughoii, A. L. Ohio and H. M. Beidler. TO INSPECT THE SEWER SYSTEM. Dr. H. T. Porter, president of the Taxing District of Memphis, extended an invitation to the gentlemen from Texas U iuspect tha sewer system ot the city, stating that he would call at the Peabody hotel for them at 11 o'clock on to-morrow morning- (to-day ). The invitation was accepted with thanks. ADJOURNMENT. On motion the meeting adjourned sine die. AMUSEMENTS. Haael Klrke. To-morrow faight. as announced, the Hazel Kirke dramatic company will commence an engagement at the Theater. The Nashville ylineneaa ol yesterday morning says: Look ing over the Masonic theater, last evening, crowded with one of Nashville's largest and most fashionable audiences, one would judge that the plav-going public had been waiting for Uoiel Kirke, the beautiful play of which all had heard so much, to come and drive away the impressions of the rather trivial shows that have held our boards for the past lew weeks. Most effectually and pleasantly was this accomplished. The popularity of Hazel Kirke has made it so familiar even to those who have not seen it that it would be needless to sketch the play, or enter into an exhaustive criticism of the merits of its per- lormance by the really artistic cast. A sim ple story, full ot sad situations, there is still a superior order of h auior which keeps per fect pace with the most painfully pathetic situations, and makes Biniles of tears." Leubrle's Theater. Quite a critical audience attended the Theater last night and enjoyed the presenta tion of Bartley Campbell's drama, the Galley Slam. The play is well constructed, and contains many good scenes and incidents. The dialoguge is interesting, but it is marred in one or two scenes by double enteiidres, which could be left out without destroying the ef fectiveness of the acts. That these peculiar phrases are well understood, is easily recog nized by the applause which their introduc tion receives from the male portion of the au dience who are not .accompanied by ladies. They are, to say the least of them, admissa ble of doubtful and double interpretation, one of which is rather obscure and approaches the indelicate. Outside of these blemishes, which are the fault of the play-writer or dra matist, the drama is very acceptable and is well presented by the very strong com pany that appear- in the play. The company is strong, .a h role being well filled. The drama is of the French school, not by anv means the equal of the Tiro Orphans and other plays of like charac ter, but it is attractive nevertheless, and points a moral and adorns a tale. The Galley Slave will be reproduced at the 1 heater to day and again to-night, which will close the engagement of the company in this city for the present season. HOTEL ARRIVALS. Penbo4ly Hotel C. It. Galloway A . rropnerom. Rates t.! 50. -, and SI ner day. The house is fur nished with a steam passenirer elevator, and isiirst class ill every department. Seventy-five rooms at 12 50 per day. At Peabodj Hotel. November 30tb. C R Reams, 'a, Jas C Rowe, St Louis, Nevin Klrkpatriek, N O, Albert Roser. St Louis, M Ilallie, Misv. M R Robertson, Miss, O F Pierce, Ga. O A Donnelly, Ark, A R Willtield, Ark, W H Vernon, Ark, W M Harrison, Tex, U T Todd, Tex, A M Beidler, Ark, N G Wonnely Ark. J w Merri wether, Kv, A Taylor, Tex, c M Stephens, bt Louis, J Cronie, Tenn, toe BMfgnton, Ky, H B Wood, Mass. Miss Mary Matthews, Tex, John Hilbert, Kv, A M Slm.k. Traecytnty, G H Monrning, ky, A vt inter. . , II Hurt, Miss, it Conner, n y, t F Weaks and wife, J W Boniar, Tenn, Frank L Hall, Ky, J A Newman , Ark, A S Shirk, N Y, Juo n Rarbeo, Tenn, Wm Trecker, Tenn, Morgan Green, Ky, Ry c K Cariithers, Miss, L J Polk. Mass. C J WeCuUough, N y. W D Monroe, lenn. m H Hamilton. Mo. AlfWellhouse. Ga. Shelton Regley, Tenn, At Glutton's, November 30tb. H J Patterson, Tenn, Gates Dibrell, Miss, C F Leurhman, Mo, Jno C Lynch. Ark, J B Darby, Ark. c Mousarrat, jr., Tenn, w w Richardson, Tenn, II J Livingston, Tenn. W J Hollowav, Tenn W L Fowlkes, City. J W Rises. City eo W Morris, Miss, Minetrv Jones, Va, 1) W Corbet. Emrlund. R T Mallory, Ark, Bell V Ethrldge, City, vi l.uti n. ienu. R N Christian, Tenn K Dickens, ir. 'I enti W ketchuui, Tenn J W Travis, Paris R T Crittenden, Ark B L Lake, Miss W G Coleman, Florida J G Burton. Brownsville Dr J W Gcurant. Ark J L Hollow-ay, Mass A Tbornburtrh, N Y T M Itoliiig, jr, Tenn .1 W Duffey, Tenn J Hamilton A w, S; Louis J 8 Rawlins, Tenn J E Douglass, Tenn W T Steger, Rossvillc. SULK SLAUGHTER! HEMtO' RROTUERS Continue until all are Sold Kale of all Fine tioodn nt Half Regular Price. We add to-day a full line of all shades Evening Brocaded silks at 7Se. JIF.XKKX RROTIIERS. (OIL I'ittsburg coal, C'annel coal, Antliracite coal. AVholesale and retail, ((rders promptly filled by C. B. BRYAN & CO. Half Only ! To-day, the great sale of fine goods at half price : 8 5(1 Urocaded Velvets, 54 oU. 3 00 Brocaded Silks, 1 50. MENKEN BROTHERS. For Ciood Plumbing, Gas aud steam fitting, leave orders at J. A. Bailev s, '.) rsecond street. Tclphone Your Orders For plumbing and gas fitting to Ph Mallon A Co., 204 Main street. I J. Ladle of M entphis, None know bettey than you lihat a genuine bargain is. N'one can appreciate fine goods better. Xow is your opportunity. All line goods at half price. Mr.NKKN UKOIIll-.KS. BKOWtV A JOXEN, 2H-1 Main street. PITTSBFRC, ANTHRACITE, COAL. CAXKEL. GAS COKE. WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL. They can't last always, these fine silks and velvets for half value at Menken Broth era. Floyd's ReNtanrant, 279 .Vain irvel, Memphis. Plain Silk Velvets, worth S2 anywhere in America, to-day for $1 2o, at Menken Brothers. Oysters ! Oysters ! ! Fresh Fish, Celery and Game received by express daily by J. A. Signaigo, No.'s 278 and 'J0 Second street. Sole agent for the eelebrated V Brand. Great is the rush for the extraordinary bargains iu fine velvets and silks at Menken Brothers. Clocks! Clocks! Clocks! The largest stock and finest assortment of clocks ever brought to Memphis, for sale on easy weekly payments. You are invited to call and see them at the Domestic Sewing Machine ollice, 2G;s Second street. The people appreciate fair dealing, and quickly ouy legitimate bargains. At present to be found at Menken Brothers. Christmas .Fruit Cake. Leave orders early ior iruit cakes (the older the liettcrj. We make them all sizes, of good fruit, anil use no currants. Ice cream every day. Fine candies a specialty at Floyd's. " Orders For Plumbing Promptly attended to. J. A. Bailey, 296 Second street. To-day, to-dat, at silk department MENKES BROTHERS. Man Xevcr in But Always to be Blest, At the time of reckoning, which comes to all at the approaching close of the year, how many will recall with sorrow' and regret sums spent in delusive schemes of specula tion. The natural course of a sensible man is to woo the fickle Goddess Fortune once again, and in reading the always reliable (Utementa contained in the advertisements of the Iiuisiana State fittery company deter mine to send to M. A, Dauphin, No, 319 Broadway. New York city, or same person at New Orleans, Louisiana, ten dollars in time, by Tuesday, 14th of December, to be invested in the grand extraordinary drawing under the personal care and supervision of Generals Q. T. Beauregard, ol Louisiana, ami Jubal A. Early, of Virginia, stand a share of 22,500. Why not? Five-Dollar Satin de Lyon for 2 60, al Menken Brothers. Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic is agreeable to the taste. A FORGER AT WORK. He Swindles a Well-Known Jewish Mer chant at Holly Springs, Mississippi, Oat of Several Hundreds of Dol lars With Forged Drafts on Northern Banks. The Swindled Merchant Telegraphs to Memphis to Have the Forger Ar rested, Bat the Bird Gets Away, Suspecting the (tame and Fearing Arrest. Some days since Chief-of-Police Davis re ceived two telegrams from a prominent Jew- . i i r ti 1 1 o - ir: : : : lsu mercnaui oi iiotiy springs, Mississippi, as follows: "Arrest man registering as Ar cher or Archesie. Arahesie or Archer is Italian, of fine appearance, about forty years old, bald head, black hair and eyes, small black moustache, wears a suit of plain black cloth and soft black hat ; alsJ1" i gold band Cioth ana soft uiat-K nat; atsi goi ring arranged with hierogl sjcs; English with foreign accent; -ns UnitaA sit.. ,i, .... " speaks to be a United States detective." n4 Chief Davis put hiB detectives to work and learned that Archer had been in this city, but had departed suddenly. At the Pealiody hotel was a telegram tor Archer Irom a man calling himself Sturm, which read: "Make purchases as quickly as possible and come to New Orleans." But Archer never called for it. The following letter from the Holly Springs merchant explains the work of the forger : Holi.v Bntpros, November 27, 1SS0. W. C. Davis, Chief of Police : Dkar Slit I wired you yesterday in reference to Archesie, and now give fuller particulars. I hand you a copv of a new spa per notice which I read yes terday from the Philadelphia Udger. I imme diately telegraphed to Cincinnati and New York asking whether the cheeks I had cashed for Archer or Archesie had beeu paid. The reply was they had not. I cashed two drafts one on the Mer chant's national bank of Cincinnati for $305, and one on the Marine bank of New Y ork for 147 50. Both turn out to be forgeries. For part of the pro ceeds I gave him a letter of credit to the Manhat tan bank of Memphis for ftJOO, which he collected on Tuesday. To-day I received a letter from my correspondents in Cincinnati. They had reecived my ieiucst of the twenty-third not to present the draft, as there was some thing wrong. I never sent this tele gram, ami itseeias as if he must kave done so. he Knowing the name of my correspondent. I was not in Memphis, therefore could not have sent it. I read the telegram forwarded from here to Peabodv hotel. It was sent to my care from New Orleans. Archer had in his possession one or more 550O0 counterfeit government bonds. He told me he was hunting parties who had large amounts of them. I have known him for several years, and when I first got acquainted with him lie was in the secret ser vice of the treasury. I doulit his going back to New Orleans. The dispatch from thai place must be from a confederate. Hope you will be able to trace him up. I think it would lie well to give no toriety through the papers, but do not mention me as one of the victims. "8. F'" The Philadelphia Iedyer notice referred to above is as follows: "Archie E. Archesi, an Italian of good appearance and address, is swindling people extensively in the south by representing himself as being connected with the secret service division of the United States treasury department." The chief of police, on investigation, learned that Archer had presented a letter of credit at the Manhattan Bank, of this city, and the bank paid theS200, after wiring the Holly Springs merchant and receiving a reply that the letter of credit was genuine. The bank here, therefore, loses nothing bv the transaction. Archer, while here, called at the State National bank and inquired of the teller as to counterfeit gold coins being passed in the city. The teller referred him to several parties who had counterfeit gold coins recently passed upon them, and among them a suspicious ten-dollar gold coin found in the deposit for Trustee McOowan. Archer called on the county trustee and was in formed as to the name of the party from whom he had received the coin. Archer then left, and neither the county trustee nor the teller of the State National bank has heard of him since that time. His sudden depar ture caused both the above-named gentlemen to believe that he was the forger wanted. Neither of them, however, was imposed upon by Archer in any resjiect. EVENIMG BROCADES ! Beautiful all-silk brocaded Surah satin, all the new shades, at 75c. Shades for Evening Wear. MENKKN BKOTIIKKS. ADDITIONAL RIVERS AXD YYEATHEIt. War Dir'T, U. S. Army. Sional Service, 1 Tcrtoay, November 30. 18X0, 10:08 p.m. f Place of Observation. Chattanooga.. Galveston Indiatiola Bar. iThcr. Wind. Dir. Force. Weath er. L"J.'JU tfl.97, "J9.97. 29.70 29J6 iy.77i 30.(10) 8. N.V. Brisk. H.Rain ticntle. Foggy XtKain !LtRain LtRain LtBain Cloudy Cloud v LtBatn Cloudy Calm. Louisville Memphis J Nashville. . . New Orleans.., X.W. t W. s.w. Gentle. Brisk. Light. Fresh. Gentle. Fresh. Shreveport Vlcksbnrg : 28.9-i1 Little Rock... -rJ.S7i Vicksburg, November 30. River lb' feet I inches bv the gauge. Weather raining all day; thermometer (52. Up: City of Helena, 11 a.m.; U, r Chouteau, d p.m.; tjuiding Star, last night. Louisville, November 30 Noon. River stationary, with 4 feet 7 inches in the canal and 2 feet 7 inches in the chute on the falls. Weather cloudy and cold; trying to snow this morning. Night River stationary, with 4 feet 7 inches in the canal and 2 feet 7 inches in the chute on the falls. Weather cloudy and chilly, with indications of snow at dark. Business dull. Cairo, November 30 Noon. Weather cloudy and mild. Arrived: Standard and Oakland, New Orleans, 10 p.m.; James W. Gaff, Memphis, 7 a.m.; Grand Tower, Vioks burg, 8 a.m. Departed: James W. Gaff, Cin cinnati, 8 a.m. Night River 6 feet 11 inches, and rising. Weather raining; ther mometer 34. Arrived; Vint -Sliinkle, Cin cinnati, -I p.m. Departed: Vint Shinkie, Memphis, I p.m. ClrOTIIIXCi. IMMENSE SACRIFICE IN CLOTHING AT 22 7 MAIN Greatest Bargains Ever Known AT THE GREAT WESTERN CLOTHING HOUSE Xtw is Your Time to Invest Your Money iu CLOTHING. $50,000 Worth of C XOTIIIXG to be Sac rificed at Slaughtering Prices. Read Price List of Our Wonderful REDUCTIONS! CUT THIS OUT AND BRING IT WITH YOU Our $10 suits rednoed to $ Q 50. Our US suits reduced to 8 00. Our UQ -nils reduced to 10 00. Our $18 suits reduced to 12 00. Our $20 suits reduced to 16 00. Our $25 suits reduced to 18 50. Our $30 suit reduced to 20 00. Our $10 overcoats reduced to $(i 50. Our $12 fine Chinchillas reduced to $8. Our $15 fine Baavers reduced to $10. Our $15 Ulsters (Fay Cassiuieres) reduced to $10. Our $20 tine worsted overcoats reduced to $15. Our $ 6 boys' suits reduced to $ 4 00. Our $ s boys' suits reduced to 6 00. Our $10 bojjt suits reduced to 8 00. Our $15 boys' suits reduced to 10 00. We also have an immense line of boys', children';) ami youths' oyereoas, wjiich we will sell at slaughtering prices. We will also place on sale one thousand pairs cassiniere pauu, warranted all wool, lor the nominal sum of $3. These are gcaal value at fifty per eeut advance, anil cannot be duplicated for less than $5. You are cordially invited to inspect the above prices. This is a rare chance for such bargains. Everv one should take advantage of the same. IKi not buy one dollar's worth of elothing until you ex amine our immense low prices. Do not mis take the place. t. hi: at WESTPIO' CLOTHING HOI M, 227 . . Main Street. - - 227 HURRAH FOR LOW PRICES! LBUBRIB BROTHERS' HEADQUARTERS ELEGANT HOLIDAY PRESENTS AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES! LEU DRESS GOODS! DRESS GOODS! SILKS ! SILKS! SILKS! SHORT ENDS OF TRIMMING SILKS AND VELVETS, CLOAKS! CLOAKS! DOLMANS! DOLMANS! LADIES' AND MISSES' SUITS! GREAT CLEARING SALE OF HOSIERY! During this Month We Propose to Sell Our Immense Stock of Hosiery Regardless of Cost BOOTS AND SHOES! We Keep the Best Makes Only! Ladies', Misses', Children's SHOES, SLIPPERS, SA1ALS. 5 Latest Novelties in Ladies' Neckwear & Ruchings TINTED MULLS, ALL SHADES. OFFER BLANKETS, COMFORTS AND FLANNELS Fine French Millinery and Pattern Hats at Half Price. LEUBRIE BROTHERS. HolidayPres TOYS! THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT IN THE CITY, JEWELRY, PLATED TOE, Fill CARPETS, RUGS AND OILCLOTHS. LEUBRIE BROTHERS HO. 2BI MAIN STREET CARRIAGES. OWEN LILLY, PRACTICAL BUILDER OF FINE Light Carriages. T KEEP A SELECT STOCK (exrlaitivclv f i my ow n mnnulaeturc) CONSTANTLY ON HAND. I am also prepared to build TO OKDKR) mayor nil or the modern mj i of Hhk Itle, and Family Carriages now in use. I use nothing but the VERY BEST MATERIA!,, and employ strictly fknt-class mechanics. IKEPAIRIIVO, In all i.tsbrwu'heg ,ii0Ii,of!,.r.!..y and In tiia hcAl muTT i .Al 44 AIhiim mI. WANTED UWAL II. SMS ' , r i i, - o Wl m CoSw. bAimf fftwdrr. flftM r,o li. lrcU. c, Sr luiuj,, is (,,.;, rou SS lota, Sk Ua, Ma, BRIE SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS IN ents! Holiday Presents! A.C. TREA DWELL. A. B. TREADWELli. . A. C. & A. B. Treadwell & Co. WHOLESALE GROCERS Nit. 11 Union Street, MemphiH, Tenn. TUCKER, TURNAGE & GO. Grocers, Cotton Factors, Comm'n Merchants 204 FSOST STREET, MEMPHIS, TEJTO, BROS' CO CO COMPRISING GOODS, ALBUMS, 8. 8. TREA DWELL. ADD BROS BEJAGHS SPECIAL ALE -OF- Crumb-Cloth Rugs, Door Mats AND WINDOW SHADES Of all Descriptions. The following lots were de layed on the road and ar rived yesterday, xney wiu be offered for sale to-morrow morning: 4 rx-s best three-ply carpets (same as we offered two weeks ago) 90cl worth fl 8,r per yard. 5 pin lust all-wool two-piy. hoc; worm si 10 pes sll-wool tilling earpets, 50c ; worth 85c. 5 iH-K Bnnwels, Sic ; worth tl 2a. 10 pes double ingrain, very heavy, 40c: worth 66c. 10 pes double ingrain, very heavy, 35c; worth 50c. t pes ingrain carpet, c: worth 40c. 30 pes new hemp, very best, 20c; worth 25c. Stair carpeting. 2.V; worth 40c. Stair linen, 15c; worth 25e. Brussels Rugs, $1 . elsewhere tl 50 each. Brussels Rugs, $1 50, elsewhere $2 each. Brussels rugs, largest sire, H 50, elsew here $3 SO each. DOGS' Mats. T.ie. elsewhere 1 SB eacn. Oilcloth Mats, 50c, elsewhere (1 each. Oilcloth Mats, 75c, elsewhere $1 25 each. Window Shades, all colors, fl, elsewhere 12 50 a pair. Blanket and Comforta. Immense Bargains in Blankets and Comforts. Good Gray Blankets, $1 pair. Full-Sue White Bed Blankcis, t2 50, worth fS S9 Qaeiol of slightly damaged Gray Blankets, ft n. worth ft a pair. Dolls! Dolls! Dolls! 45000 worth of Dolls, of every description, st Wholesale and Retail, for less than any other House in the South. SMH'ial Bargains) In Toys of all kinds, Toilet Sets, Vases, Cabmen, Tea Setii, in endless variety, and at prices much less than elsewhere. Send your orders in time. Special Bargains. Waterproof, in all colors; Cashmeres, Merinos, Brocuded Dress Goods. 1'lslds. Alpacas and Dress Goods of all kinds, at special low prices this week. ONLY AT BEJACH'S. 100 White Crochet Spreads, fl, worth fl 75. 100 Full-size While Spreads. 40c, worth 75c. 100 Ueavy White Slreads75c, worth fl 25. 100 Very Heavy Colored Bed Svreads, All Wool, f2, worth fl! 50. 5 dor lAdies' Crochet Shawls, 75c, worth tl 25. 5 dos Ladies" Full-size Striped Shawls, 75e, worth 1125. 2.- ics All-Wool Red Flannel, 20c, worth 30e. 25 pes All-Wool Red Flannel, 25c, worth S6c. 10 ies AU-Wool Riil Flannel, 30c, worth 40c. 10 pes AU-Wool Red Flannel, Finest, 85c, w'th 50s 25 pes White Flannel, 15c, worth 25e. Ill pi s Very Heavy Gray Twilled Flannel, 1J, worth 25c ONLY AT BEJACH'S. The Following Specialties Will Be Offered at Our N ot ion Department: 20 dos Children's Silk Handkerchiefs, 10s, worth 25c each. 25 doz Brocaded Silk Handkerchiefs, 25c, worth 50c each. 10 doz Very Fine Silk Hundkerchiefs, 75c, worth fl 25 each. 20 pes All-Silk Veiling, 25c, worth 50c a yard. ONLY AT BEJACH'S. Kid Gloves! Kid Gloves! One more lot of the Sara Bernhardt Kid Glu e. 3 and 4-biitton, all Color.-, Dejaeh's price afro, ir r.h f- r- . r .... 25 dozen Opera Kids In 6 buttons, Bejarh'i priee 75c, worth t2. Dress buttons of every description, 5e per doc 50 doz. felt skirts, very heavy and trimmed, 7Se, worth f 1 50 each. ONLY AT BEJACH'S. Ladies' Underwear! 25 dos I .adles' Chemise, 25c, worth 50c. 10 doz Ladies' Chemise, 35c, worth 60s. 10 doz I Allies' Chemise, 50c, worth 85. 5 doz Ladies' Chemise, 85c, worth fl. 10 doz Indies' Skirts, 35c, worth GOc. 12 doz Ladies' Skirts, 50c, worth 85c. 10 doz I .allies' Skirls. 75c, worth tl 25. 10 doz Ladies' Long Gowns, tl, worth $-' esrh. Gents' Furnishing Goods. 100 doz. gents' white merino undershirts, 360 each. Gents' silk-lined merino undershirts, 50t, worth fl each. Gents' wool undershirts, 75c. worth f 1 25 cash. Gents' Best knit undershirts, tl 25, worth fj each. Gents' best unlaundrled shirts, 50c, worth fl each. Gents' best dress shirts, 75c, worth fl 38 Gents' percale shirts, 45c, worth fl. ONLY AT BEJACH'S. In Onr Honsc-Furnishing Department You will find a new lot of coal hods, 50c, else where f leach. Painted coal hods, 75c, elsewhere fl 25 each. Painted covered coal hods, f l, elsewhere t2. Complete fire sets, stand, poker, tongs, shovel. 75c, elsewhere 82. Hatchet and steakbeater combined, only 25o each. Looking-glasses, all sizes, at hnlf-nrlce. uirgc j: siiined waiters, 25, 30, 40, 80c, worth double Coal shovels, ole nlstes. iellv nlalcs sake pans. 5c each. Rodirers's besttriple-plnted silverware, warranted to lie plated on white metal and never to larnii. Dinner knives, fl 75, worth Si a set. Tablespoons, t2 25, worth t3 75 a set. Table forks, t2 25, worth t3 75 a set. Teaspoons, f 1 50, worth ti 60 a set. Glassware. Our celebrated cinrraved RoUets at lOr each. Glass set of 0 pieces, 50c per set. BOOTS AND SHOES. 15 eases gents' full stock kip boots, estra lona. 12, worth f5 50 pair. 20 cases good, heavy men's boots, fl s. worth f2 pair. 10 cases full stock calf boots, fl 5a, worth f? pair. 10 cases boys' boots, 1 to 5, fl 50, worth T2 50 lr. 10 eases boys' boots, 10 to IS, fl, worth f I 50 pair. 5 cases children's boots, red tops, fl, worth tl 50 pair. IS eases ladies' sewed goat shoes, tl, worth tl 75 pair. 10 cases ladies' kid shoes, custom-made, fl 75, worth S3 pair. 5 cases children's best sewed shoes, 76c, worth fl 25 pair. All the above will be found a tithe only establishment of the kind in the South. BFJACH & BRASH. New York Toy Co. 223 MAIN STREET. WE ARE OPEN FOR BUSINESS! Nothing like it this side of Nen York City. Choicest Stock of Toys cyer scon In Memphis. And nothing but Toys. AarTlicre Im nothing iu the TOY line w e lu nut keep. Come mid Nee u. the eoimtry will tilled. Ortlerw front be promptly New York Toy Co., WheelItarroivs, Wagonm, 1.-IMtuir- ftau Beds, Chair, Hocking-Horsea, utiles, Wardrobes of all hinds, at Wholesale and Retail. DOLLS! DOLLS! DOLLS! DOLLS! From 5c to 115 each. A LI. AT THE NciMTfljCfl. Cjiits, Matins 223 Main StreeW. I r-Onoliis, ..jtlllod. 2? str