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TELE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-FRIDAY, ATJG-TJST 26, 1881.
Importers and Jobbers of mm' pi unf NOTIONS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, 212-211-210 MAIN. 1 33-35 JEFFERSON. DOiir business lias increased to such an extent that we found it necessary to extend our premises, and have just completed the purchase ofWos. 33 and 35 Jefferson street, heretofore known as the "Senate Building." which we have remodeled and added to our Stores 242-244-246 Main street. This gives us a very large area to display our IM MENSE FALL AND WINTER STOCK, which is now complete in every department: and we can safely say we off7r this season the LARGEST, MOST VARIED, and BEST SELECTED STOCK ever shown in this market equal in every particular to any stocks shown in the Eastern or Western Cities. We guarantee our Prices to be as Low and our Terms r.? Liberal as those of any house in the country. It will i you to inspect our stock be fore purct ing elsewhere. R. I HMSTI1& BROTHERS. JET PALACE. A BEVOLrTIOJf JEWELRY LINE! AT THE JET PALACE. THK STOCK OF THE OLD I. BOKSCHF.K, AGENT, WILL BE SOLD REGARDLESS OF COST! We ofTor, therefore. Plated and Solid Oold, J et and. Onyx Goods, Clicks, etc, at the following prices : Uold Plated Ear-rings "5 cts. to $1 Originally 12 to . (Jt.ld Plated Set., - $1 50 to $4 Originally 81 to $10. Gold Plated Necklaces $2 to $5 Originally 4 to (12. , tjuld Plated Bracelets ......$2 to $10 Originally 64 to tlO. ' llatl BlcYeBntoii,tiii, Collar Bat- lonit, rlc, l nam proportion. LADIES' OOI.O WATCHF.S.IW TO 40. Large Stock Nllvcr WatrbM 3 to 84.1. Fine Gold fets, Rinrx, Chains, Parisian Diamonds in Solid Gold Mountings in short, most anything in the Jewelry Line. WILL. AND MIST HE SOLD WITHIN A LIMITED TIME. JVC. GOODMAN efts GO. JET PALACE, 2!M Main Street. Clay Untitling. KEAL ESTATE AOEXTS. Joh OVERTON, Jr. C. N. Grobvknor. OVERTON & GROSVENOR, Real Estate Dealers AOEXTS AXD BROKERS, OFFICE, 264 SECOND ST BT. E. Cor. Second and Conrt, . MEMPHIS, : : jJ : TENNESSEE. REAL ESTATE BOUGHT AND SOLD, TAXES Hurt, R,.nt CVllf t'-d. dr.. on Commission. SALE OR Elt'IlAXOE. "liMtUlT FARM For salochcsp or cxchanire for Jj eity promrty, under good cultivation, situated on LoulnviUe K. k , 1'iiriliHi weotnf llarilett, Tenn. A up ly to K V. VRKtlKSBI'KH, Hlrw-t R. R. ollice. PERSONAL. ISTERSo Cleaned, Repaired and warranted, or V J 1UK.S.S BUNIONS. Ere II you arc suirurinK J with Corns. Bunions or Ingrowing Nails, call V J with Corns. Bunions or Ingrowing Nails, cal on Dr. C. J. 8CHERER, ill Main, and be lelieved at om. Operations are paiuicsa, aua vnarg vry moderate. VOU'E Cr'LTl'RE Best Italian method, byMks BKsi'IE PIERCE. Address 2a Main street, pn Holli'TlHprg'. Minto Holism. KEUAKI). f10W- REWARD- j for a m-diiiin-siscd rod cow, In rood order; hid on a leather collar, with a sheep-bell; on the roMur is stuinpnd, "1 belong to A. N. CORKfcJ-L, 7 Buss avf line." XT ATCH Ii3 REWARD Lost nr stolen on 10th V inst., a Huntlnccase tiold Watehand black Chain, with sold Locket attuched ; name of under-at.-ned enrraved on cane of watch. Above reward Will be paid, and no questions asked, if returned Z A. HEXTER, 2M Main st. FOR RKNT. CtOTTON WAREHOrsE-On Court street, be J twecn Fourth and the bridite. Apply to jweiu 'Vkyw A FHAY8ER. 9 Madison St. T-K-tlDRNOE Very dusirable residence, 418 Or V e-.ns treet. three tots south ol Van., every TjlANW-eeral. ood Second hand Pianos for iltu country, at 11. O. IIOLLESBBRtT'S. JTOt'SE Of seven room, No. 18 Exchange street L extended, wiihlu ha.f a square of streetcars. A i .ply next door. iTORKIlot'SK-Nos. 15 and 17 Union street, now occupied bv LiiiKstatT, tiraham Jt Pro L. B. MfFARLAND. '.S Madi iwn St. JKtJ'DESCE U". Adams street; 9 rooms. Ap- py to M. METTKW--MflnJ'ti , i roitn 'rok KENT Corner Muln and JctrerKin. O Apply to JUHNaoN-- C 1'OKK ilOrwITTHVcTTorher Ji'ffersou, :F?m S Vet! Umber 1st. MENKES BROTHERS. -OTTOS' WARtllOCTdE Froni flttt of Senium- OVERTON ''.k'tiROVESSOn, Secoud rpHE COTTOS WAREHOr9E Now occupied by a. j.a.wu.-v-. J. V. PATRICK, 100 Mndlson strret. or TUIley Springs, FiiZu SAI.K. IBON PIPE fix pieces new iron pine, mailt tf OennK Lona O. Illl.. ApplJ 7"ADK MKCUM-rosalet Amomt at i . T. Fargatou A Co.'s. UHEAD OP nORSKS-ChcaP-. ?lj t vJUnion stn-ct. JOHN h. 1M.E. WATALCI.A WATER (WaUT of LlfjV-TwW the strength of the reU-hratert Eureka m.nngK A. IKTPKLD. aa rjecoud St. I AIRY A So. 1 iwtry. cheap for cash. Apply ti. . 10 1 : . PJIUII PARKO selU-l ARKOT I haw a fine, well-tratnoo parsoi in dieap, or Ul exenante itr a iikv . PN(A Chii--rtn; Tlano. fine rooewool, 'lr,TP si. 7h' tave neatly new; can bo seen at Hiillftihera's Music Uouae. . I.-'LECTRIO LIfiHTS Kr fsi-torles. steamboats, j ciUi-s ana towns, at i iS !ccond "jE. VVst.ISE-S AKI hlULKR- J1j A numlHT of kox! mvon J-hand Enirlnes and H,lon. s to 40 hoi iHiwor. portal le and statton ry ; a line selection tf other nuu'tuuery as good, an., bail p.ieeof j. n SIP Front st , l EE One S2-saw Eclipse C.in.wlth Huller V3I atuu-tiiuont. and all nnxu m improvements. Also, one lrm SafejM-honltlrld. Hanauerjfct.o1 WAOSCufurulturtf wagon aud oue two horeo ws.in. Apply" P. J. M Alt. LARD, TA9 PesotO st. T5fcI:K- By nnior rati. Onauilty and quality WAXTS. y"itMr OI.t WOMAN To nurse: well experl- V.T rnet: whtte piwferrcd. Apply at ison str.'.-t, immediately. 19 Madt T1ART of Euniished Honsc. suitable for small XT imlly. Adiliw J. E., this oftiee. BO IRO A gentleman an.l wife, old residents, a,-iTT board In a pri vate family ; nest of r. f- rence tinn and requtivd. Ad lress, givlus oeal- . N. this oflice rpEAC II K RA President iMeth.t for Sonthera 1 t'ininary; three ladies for Frci.ch and Oer- n.n- i..iwf.,r Siiit-me. Caltstneniea aim rv.u..j lieo t: l-rincinal for Ky. Aefdemy: others! ir vai smles. Central School Aaeucy irret,t. Louis. Mil. 712 Chestnut A ' ' i tent." ' i ' ..... r f ifcjvan aud wile; pnaw imim.j i'""? A. R . Appeal AddrenS OALEbMKS )VASTE1 C5 1710 GEXriNK SIKGER SEW1XQ MACHISES old each day of the year InsO, ' aad yet we a..f xuore .SALES511S. Apply lmmedlatfly Mempl.1 office, Sai swond ktreet, TheSinger M'f c Crt. AGENCY A live mau ran have a flrst-clius commusion by addrrssui); MOX 1371, Kcw York. O ITU ATIOS Ky competent man to relr or run muciuuary oi every aiiiu, country or oity, iud country or oiiy. A. P. K., this office. Aaareas Foreign and Domestic msMmIoo as OliTR FinMB & Co r, WIIOJESAIiE MEMPHIS, TENN. LARGE STOCK OF FANCY GROCERIES! LARGE STOCK OF STAPLE GROCERIES LARGE STOCK OF PEANUTS, PEANUTS We Rcast Coffee and Peanuts Every l.y. WEATHER OBSERVATIONS. War Dkp't. U.S. Am. Slow al Skbvice, 1 Thursday, Auxust 25, Ihki, 10 p.m. J Place of Wind. iWeath- Observation. Bar. Ther. Dirco Force. er. Chattanooga.. 30.1 7 Calm. iciear. Galveston Sti.ns 85 8. ientle. Clear. fncliannla 80.05 84 E. Fresh. Iciear. lA)uisvllle... 30.07 SO E. Gentle. jClear. Memphis 30.09 81 Calm 'Clear. Nashville 30.11 81 8.E. Light. 'Clear. New Orleans Shreveport.. .10 i m S. Uen tie. 'Clear. Vicksbuiy 30.10 82 8.K. Cientle.;Kalr. Little Rick... 3006 K.I Calm .Clear. Port Kails LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. Stato and county tax collections yester day amounted to $2750. Forty bales of cotton have been picked by the laborers on the Wand. Great concern is manifested for the Pres ident's recovery all over the city. The proposed meeting of tho School Board last niglit did not take place. The Criminal Court docket has only thirty cases on it for the next session. The Tjronosed dailv sweeoiop of Main street seems to have been entirely lost sightof. John League was yesterday apppointed administrator of the estate ot Elijah Har mon. A marriage licence was granted to Kichard Houston and Susan Williams, col ored, yesterday. Andrew Sanders went up to Covington with Sheriff Reeves yesterday afternoon at half-past 5 o'clock. "LValh from an overdose of city water" was the verdict rendered by a wag over the body of a dog, yesterday. A number of Memphians will attend the Mexican Veteran reunion in Cincinnati Sep tember 14th. 15th and 16th. There is some talk of the Memphis Uillemen sending a delegation to Atlanta to contest with several clubs there. The work on the Jefferson, street pave ment is progressing. It will probably be ready in time for the theatrical season. Jim Adams, who has been on the Inland for forty days for assault aud battery, was discharged yesterday by Judge tlorrigan. Mansford has just received a fresh sup . i e . L. r ,i j n ." A ....,., containing the debate between Ingersoll and lilack. John Moeridge and Johanna Appleton being granted license in ths County Clerk's omue, were married yesterday aiternoon oy tSii litre Ouigtey. Vagrants K. Atlesev, Charles Williams "and El Johnson were nned twenty dollars apiece yesterday, by "Squire tuigley, jind held in ?ZoU bail. In the matters of V. R.McC1une and F. T. Sweet, deceased, commissioners were ap pointed yesterday to set apart a year s allow ance to the wmotaS. Charles Turner, a neero boy, was in swimming with several boys yesterday, and wiwla thev were busy he stole a ring and seV' eral small articles from their clothes. Officer McCorruack scooped Charlie in. A drui; clerk and a school cirl were on the point of eloping night before last, but the girl's, brother, who was playing billiards at a late hour, came home and caught the young people, and postponed the elopement. The strike on the elevator work at the foot of Washington street does not seem to have caused any crcat commotion. Some of the men have resumed work, and quiet, like snowtlake. has fallen upon the troubled waves. Mary Conners has brought suit in the Circuit Court against Edward and Margaret Conway for $5000 damages. The declaration has not yet been filed, and the cause of action is unknown. The parties live in Pinch, and that settles it. "If you come to me and pay me for a bar rel oi Hour," said a sierchant to an appeal reporter v.sterday, "and I have a half-barrel on Iv and 1 send you that, teutne rou haven't any more and that's the best I can do for you," it strikes me my action would be similar to that ot the ater company." A Thomas cat and an old bootjack Cio hnrtline through the yard. The cat's ahead at the old rose-bed. But the bootjack's striving hard. For the cat a fence of gleaming pine Vcnees a rv handy tor cats, 1 ween)! r THISl tEut the bootjack hits the mowing-machine) Bootjacks and anthracite coal for you (O tho cat can scout away i! For me a corn and a mimt thoe fht hangs like a pall o'er a tutted day) For you rc4anlty long and loud (Chaos where once order reiined! For I'm wiih bootjack not eudowed (Plant steel traj at my beadit P. T. Forsyth, a drummer, who travels oj a Cincinnati nrm, out woose wue anu -ait1re 4,e here at 110 Alabama street, comina" kcu'e ftyi foIlnd his w,U'r been Turned lf"ut 7 . CaU??- "e '1 " f rF"'-.u- in-advance. that he had paid for one ye .reed an ArrriL iT" rlpts inuiraung His boy was sent around and politely told to come again if it didn't rain. ; Poplar street boulevard is in a bad way. It is, as everyone knows, the chief road lead ing into Memphis, and of course most of the country traffic comes over it. The money paid lor tolls, it is said, does not go toward keeping the road in order. The people out there claim that toll-gates are not established for the benefit of a company. Bocks are strewn liberally around, and a baggy is near ly bounced to pieces by them. A gentleman living about four miles out informed an Ap peal reporter yesterday that he frequently drove a mile out of his way to escape the road. A lot of gravel placed upon the turn pike would remedy the whole business. The Fort Smith correspondent of the Little Bock Gazette, of the 24th, gives the following particulars of the death of a Mem phis man: "Mr. Charles Beinig, of Mem phis, came here a few days ago prospecting with a view of locating, and registered at the Kuper House. From the effects of un due exposure in the sun, he became pros trated. Medical aid was summoned, but proved of no avail, and last night the unfor tunate gentleman breathed his last. During his illness he received many kind attentions from Mr. Will Correll and others who had known him in Memphis. Ills remains were snipped by express on tms morning s train. A ring of gold and a milk-white dove Are goodly gilts for thee. And a hempen rope for your own love To hang upon a tree. Far you a house of Ivory (Roses are white la the rose bower)! A narrow bed for me to lie (White, O white, is the hemlock flower) ! Myrtle and Jessamine for you (O the rose is fair to see) ! For me the cypress and the rue (Fairest of all is rosemary) 1 For you three lovers of your hand (Ureen grass where a man lies dead) ! For me three paces on the sand (Plant lilies at my head) ! Otear H'ifafc. PERSONALS. Mias Florence Cahtjthers has returned home. Mr. D. Zellner has retained front an Eastern trip. Miss Lula Stain back has returned from a visit to Louisville. V. A. Skeed and H. L. Guion, of Mem phis are in Nashville. Ma, J. L. Goodbar returned yesterday from a commercial tour of Arkansas. Little Rock .Democrat.- Hon. Casey Young, of Memphis, is a guest at the Capital. Mies Lena G. Hartie left for Little Rock yesterday, to be gone two weeks. Mb. Wash Smith, of the firm of Smith & Carter, arrived from the East yesterday. The little daughter of Andrew J. McLen don, of the Sheriff's office, is ill of typhoid fever. Mr. W. F. Maender, of Madison street, returned with his wife yesterday from a de lightful visit to the blue grass region. Judge Hokrigan is everywhere receiving credit from the press for his vigorous hand ling of concealed deadly weapon cases. Colonel W. F. Taylob, of Porter, Taylor & Co., has returned from Tullahoma, Ten nessee, where he had been for about two months. Mb. Wiixjam Henby, of Hudsonville, Mississippi, was in the city yesterday. He reports the crops about one-half short in the country about Hudsonville. AVe refer our readers to the card of the Planters Insurance Company in to-day's issue. The Planters is one of our oldest and strongest home institutions. ' The following visitors were registered at the Cotton Exchange yesterday: N. M. Bate- eon, Norfolk, Virginia; O. L. Shelby, Wilker- sous Landing; S. C. Blanchard, Carsons Landing. W. F. Taylor, Pope Taylor, Vf. F. Tay lor, jr., Ford Taylor, Frank Taylor, Emmet Taylor, Edwin Tavlor and Miss Emma Talley, of Memphis, are registered at a Nashville hotel LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE. Tbe President's Condition. Nashville, Tens., August 24, 1S81 Editors of the Memphis Appeal: Allow me to give you my opinion about the condition of our lamented President, and this opinion is, if the reports in the different newspapers are true, he cannot live another fortnight longer, lie was entirely neglected. The duty of the first attendant or attendants was to extract all foreign bodies, as pieces of cloths, splinters, etc., and then the bullet itself instantly. It was not so difficult to ex tract the bullet right after the shooting had taken place, and it was the most sacred dutv of the first attendants to do so. ' Eight hundred grains of quinine and about 400 grains oi morphine, which bave been ap plied from July id to August 10th, would not and could not relieve the patient of the foreign bodies which are in the abdomen and which are the causa of all the difficulties. There is no hope for recovery. U. U. L.ASft.1, M.lt, LOCAL NOTICES. Buy your Shirts at May's. Pumf8 and Pipes, 40 Madison street. Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic is agreeable to the taste. A 81 wood, Pittsburg and Hecla, Kentucky, coal at Walsh s, ziO second street. Monumekts, grave inclosures, lot curbing. cheap, at (juigley s, 4dZ Main, near iJeale. The dearest ia always the cheapest. Take therefore, only Conrad's Budweiser Bottled Beer, to be had at all groceries, drug stores and saloons. The marked popular favor accorded to "Hub Punch" is amply warranted. It can be used witu tee water, soda, lemonade, milk, or whatever you choose. Xo other punch made when required for use can rival ii. Sold by U. J. ciemmes v lx. A pure and simple compound, pleasant. effective, containing Honey and Tar, two in gredients whose virtues are appreciated by all the world, is Uonasens's rlonevof lir. an unequaled remedy for Coughs, Colds and dis eases oi the 1 hroat and Lungs, HOTEL ARK1TALN. Peaibodjr Hotel C IS. Unllowav t'o. Proprietor. Rates t! SO. S3 and t4 per dav. The house is fur nished with a steam pa&sencerelevalor, and is first- class in every department. Seventy-five rooms at a !) per oav. N Monsarrat. Paducah Niles Moriwetber, Tenn M Strauss, Tenn J M Wood, Tunu O H Person, La P Harrisou, La H C Hush, Miss M Aekerman, ft Louis W 8 Jones. Paris. Kv J D Munson. Ala C Stephens, Nashville,!!! H E Fleming, Little Rock l Miner, Little kock s Lougnman. Aew lora E P MeOueen. Tenn E A Tone. Miss Geo Seagel, Kort Smith W E Fergnson, Augusta O K Smith, Louisville JPCorueo, Louisville S T Rrooksher. Tenn A 1) Revnolds. Tenn L, t-oiiitterg. rsaiinvuie b u jonnson, wue, cnua Mrs J C Freeman. Ark and sen-ant. Ark Mrs Perries: and ch. Ark Mrs A J Thompson, Ark Miss Thompson, Ara J Morman, rew lora A Lehman. Peru, Ind Hugo Becker, St Louis R F Tate, Tenn M L Maynard, Miss R J Sugent, jr. Miss J 1 Rogers, Tenn T R Austin. Grenada A BClavton. V R 8 ller, Shreveport, La L Gage, Pallas, Texas S L Allen and wife, Tex A O Allen, Texas J M Faral.ee aud w, Tenn T P Robinson, Miss J F Davenport, Oinein'tl A V' ltarksilale, Va A W Kuapp, St Louis Gsiaton's Hotel A ragout 25th. R W Pnnn.Oorydon, Ind R W Owen, Iud Mrs J C Jurney and two A H Smith, Tenn children, W aco Texas M Michael, Lagrange J L Smith, Ark J R Keel. Ark A SnndoloLtki, Ark R J Wagner. Tenn W W S Anderson, Tenn W H Clements, Atlanta W Smith. Holly Springs J A Mckenite and ser- W T Tucker, Beebe, Ark vant, oak Grove. Ky Rol?r Calhoun, si C R J Rhodes, Somerville M M Seav, Tenn W E Butler, jr. Tenu J V. Tally and wife. Ark T J McAllister, Ala Mo LC Kirby. Little Rock nrstern, Peoria, III R E Barnard. Miss R P berry. Miss II L Gosling. Texas J U MeL'orruiek. Ky T D Kogers, cnu E Nathan, Cincinnati J E Sharp, Newbeni josephus Liule, Ky Removal. Mrs. A. K. Sloan, Milliner maker, has removed to No. 223 fourth door south of Adams. and Dress. Main street. Warning. All bottlers of beer are hereby warned not to use our bottles bearing our monogram, C. C. & Co., at the bottom, as we will prosecute them to the full extent of the law, and we call upon our friends and the public, who will always discourage fraud, to inform ns of any case which may come to their notice, C. CQN'RAD 4 CO., Sole Proprietors Conrad's Original Budweiser Beer, 411 to 419 Koith Sixth otrect, St. Louis Missouri. Fra.li OyMera Received Dailv At A. Kaggio's, 16 Jefferson street, Oysterti and Fisu. Fresh Can Oysters, Salmons, Red Snappers, Blue wh, Mackinaw Trout and Mite t isn. at J. A. bignaigo s, I'. s Second street. A Small Investment May lead Jo a fortune. Tickets in the Com monwealth Distribution Company's next drawing, to take place n Wednesday, the Slat, are only two dollars. The capita prize Is 130,000, the next priie tl0,0tj, and the third, $SO00. There are many small prixea, J from f 10 to $1000. I WILL HE SWING? The Execntion of Andrew Sanders, Colored Murderer, Booked for To Day at Covington. He Proclaims His Innocence to an Ap peal Reporter, and Talks Very Copiously. The exodus has begun. Yesterday a gen eral flurry was perceptible among the colored people of Memphis. Ii you noticed a negro shanty closely and obtained a peep into the interior, you would see that the old mammy was busy getting ready an extra supply of provisions; the old man was getting out his dilapidated beaver, his white vest and his red necktie; the colored girls were adding new ribbons to their hats. In short, there was all the evidence ofja picnic in the wind. There was laughing and joking and squealing; the laughers and jokers were evidently bound for the jollification, while the squealers were just as surely the ones who were condemned to stay away from the carnival. Hut a picnic was not the objective point. It was me nanging oi Andrew Sanders, which ia to take nlace at Covinpton Irwin v TVizena of fragile-looking wagons with colored fam ilies in them, ribbons astreaming in the air and old umbrellas hoisted, were mirratine from town, bound to "see dat hangin'." Strange as it may seem, there is nothing a colored individual ia so fascinated by as a Jl . T. . 1 .... . coiorea nanging, ii is also said mat a spe cial train will be chartered to take the parties wishing to be present at the affair. The crowd present promises to embrace nearly the whole county. It. is said there is considerable danger of an outbreak to-day. The negroes around Covington all like San ders, and an Appeal reporter was informed yesterday that there is anion among them They have been holding meetings, and they propose TO BE ON BAND XN FORCE. Sheriff Beeves did request the presence of the Bluff City Grays to preserve order, but the company has disbanded. xesterday morning an Appeal reporter called at the jail. Jailer Leslie informed him that Andrew apparently slept well, and that his appetite was undiminished. He did noi complain oi anyiuing. in iaci, saiu Mr. .Leslie, l don t think banders is a bad negro, but when a man's wife is in the case, there is no knowing what he will do. Does he continue to pray 7" Yes; ever since his day was set he has read his Bible. He says he knows more about it than the preachers who came to see him. Early every morning 1 hear his wail ing voice raised singing a hymn ; and at al most any time ot day he may be expected to begin. He is very talkative, and for that reason I think it likely he'll weaken. I have curiosity to know if he will." The reporter, on invitation, went to the cell of Sanders. the condemned man was dressing at the time. When he was through the door of the cell was thrown open in order that he and the newspaper man might more readily converse, ihe cell contained the usual dingy-looking cot, A few soiled clothes were hung lrom the top, and several cheap articles, which contributed to the toilet of Sanders, were noticed in one corner. He had dressed himself in a clean shirt of linen, and was by no means untidy. la his long conversation with the reporter he made the following special point why he should not be bung: ou see, said he, 1 don t claim dat 1 didn't do nuthing. I know l'se done some wrong; but I ain't guilty of what dey's going to hang me tor. V ben de white men come to keep me from hurting my wife, dey come also to kill me. I saw dat. Dey was dar to kill me, .Now, what was I to do? logo with de law? I spose I ought to stood still an' let 'em all shoot me. If. dey had come to arrest me or keep me lroui burling my wife I wouldn't have pestered any of 'em; but 1 had to tight or be killed." "Were you ever arrested lor any thine be fore?" "No, sir; l'se always BEEN A HARD-WORKING MAN. I stood nior frum de men dat was fooling with my wile daa 1 ought. Unce 1 wag get- tin' up in sle world, den 1 came down, but 1 got up agin, when dis trouble rose. De peo pie die I worked for will all tell you dat always paid my debts, and didn't try to cheat nobody. I was persuaded when I went to see my wife dat Bbe had laid a trap for me. lwo or three times she told me to come an see her, an' I think she had sent word to de white man to be on hand." You havn't given up all hope, have you?" said the reporter. ' Tso, sir; taint my way to give up hone. I don't see de use of not livin' in holies." "How do you feel about it?" "Well how I feels 'about de hangin' I don't intend to tell nobody. That's some thing, mister, that with me, and I don't feel like tell in' people my feelin's. You must n't ask dat question." Ihe reporter saw from this that Sanders had no desire to lay bare his thoughts. " Do the preachers stili visit your' "Yes, sir; one little man annoys me agreat deal ; I tole him I didn't want him, but he would come." WILL HE DIE GAME. The reporter theu took a farewell of the condemned man. He is certainly a study. As a general thing men who are to be hung preserve a heavy listless, sullennesg before their execution comes off. Condemned crim inals, like "cowards, die many times before their death." In the lonesome prison hours, in the silence of night, the dread specter is continually coming up. It nags at them when slumber has come to them, vi-iting them in distorted dreams and causing them to jump from their beds. It comes vividly to them when they see the solemn-faced visi tors, and it comes again when the visitors are gone. Ihe result ot all this thinking is an intense deadening excitement. Ihe nerves are stretched to their utmost tension, the im agination has gone as far as it can go, and the real death comes almost as a relief. Tbe present writer remembers the case of a negro whose feelings were so intense, and whose death seemed so certain, that when a reprieve did come, about twelve hours before the hanging, the man could onlv manifest his gratitude by a sickly smile. Usually those men who brood over it and seem little in clined to say anything about it whatever are the men who die game. It be would an interesting problem lor a psychologist to de cide from Andrea's demeanor yesterday whether he would die game or would weaken. The question of physical bravery does not enter into it. A brave man may not want to die, and may 6ght long against it, Andrew , a nnnliaalinnallv a Vi a , , . ,,,.. L . , l,n la suaded that he is not guilty of murder, and he wants to live. He talks at length with the jailer about his cane, and can hardly be slopped from talking, lie is anxious to con vince one that he is not as bad as he is paint ed. This looks as if he might not be firm when called to face death. THE HORRIBLE DETAILS. The scaffold has already been erected, and the execution will be public. Mr. W. O. Davis, of Covington, will give Andrew the suit of clothes in which he will be hung. Mr. Conley, of this city, has furnished him with shirt, socks and drawers. Unless a re prieve comes the negro will be dangling in the air oy i o clock to-day. His Friend (lives It l"p. Mason Call, yesterday. air. jonn aoyn, who has interested him self in Andrew Sanders's behalf, with the hope of securing a commutation of the death sentence to imprisonment for life, has given up hope of accomplishing his object. To-mor row, in the courthouse yard at Covington, Andrew banders will be hung. A L1TTI4B BQT, Piece of Watermelon and a Bottlo or Parearorls. A small Memphis boy was lying in his bed severely sick from a summer complaint. He was, on second thoughts, which are said to be best, rather tossinir than lying. Frequently as he felt a severer twinge than usual, he writhed and moaned, and didn t seem to feel that it was such a glorious privilege to live after all. His parents were watching by his bedside to see if he would come out of it all right. Grief and concern were pictured on their countenances. It was a sad, sad scene. Upon the table which stood in one corner the carelul observer might have noticed small bottle of paregoric; There was an air of self-confidence about it that impressed one favorably. Beside it was a plate, on which was a piece of demolished watermelon, which had done the cruel deed to poor little Fred. To look at that watermelon one would hardly think that it was the culprit. There was an air of innocence about it that belied its base, clandestine ireacnery. While the parents were anxiously bending over little Fred, the paregoric took occasion to remark to tbe watermelon : "You think you did a very smart thing when you downed little Fred, now don't yon" "Kow den't be too fresh, I have heard i number of complaints alout little Fred. Th neighbors say he is a complete' nuisance, that be robs them of their fruit, pulls down their gates, and misbehaves himself generally. Jt was merely my duty to take him down a peg or two, and I think I have succeeded." "Indeed, you have not. Whenever I am called in to attend a case, don't yon forget that I bring my patient through all right. There is none of your condurango business about me. Little fred is doing well, lie is resting sweetly, and the possibilities are that he will recover." "I'll bet yon two to one that he don't," said the watermelon. "I'm a stalwart, I am, and I don't often miss my aim." " ion are a hard-hearted wretch, said the paregoric. -JNo, sir; my heart is tender, or it would never have oeen taken out ot me. lou think Freddie will come out all right, do yon? Listen at that groan. Ha! hat ha!" "That wasjjnly a temporary pain, xou see he is now resting quietly. If there are no further unlavorable symptoms, i think there is a good chance tor recovery. It is only a summer complaint." "You are mistaken, Dr. Bliss," said the cynical melon; "It is cholera morbus. All the symptoms are well developed. Such a quack as you are can't save him." 1 have had a wide acquaintance wuu such cases," remarked the paregoric, "and I shall certainly bring him through." "You are an old fogy, Paregoric." "You are a 'noxious concern, Watermelon." "You are a blatant fraud." : "You are a liar." The night wore on, and the melon and the medicine kept up their vigils. In the morn ing the boy was much better. The paregoric was jubilant, and the watermelon seemed ashamed of what it had done. It acknowl edged that what seemed to be a call was not one, and it repented of its work. About 7 o'clock a servant came along and placed the paregoric honorably upon the mantel-piece, and took the watermelon and cast it into the alley. . RIDDLED WITH BALLS. Negro Haiti ered at Hernando bjr Fairly of Five. . A murder occurred in Hirn Lake a few days since which ia exciting some attention in that neighborhood. A negro, whose name is not known, had a difficulty with a farmer named Henry Douglas about some matter, the outcrop of which was the negro whs tried and committed to iail by a magistrate. The Marshal of the place started for the jail at Hernando, and had gone only about a mile or two from the place, and was near the old Fletcher place on the Kernando plankroad, when four or five men met him and his pris- soner. Thev were armed with guns, and they commanded him to leave his man. They nersuaded the Marshal that it was to his in terest to leave. They then poured a broad side into tbe darky, literally riddling him and killing him on the spot. The matter was kept suppressed until yesterday. When last heard from the murderers had not been arrested, and the Marshal had taken no steps looking that way. AN OBLITIOUS MAN. TbcMnuKsAnalornafa ijsteli-Key And the Tale It Dolh Unfold. A few nights ago a young man who lives not a hundred miles from Second and Madi son streets, came home in a very absent- minded manlier. It was a trifle late, and this fact made him probably still more obli vious ot passing eventB. tie placed bis key in the door and went on up -stairs, leavin the key on the outside in the lock. His room-mate comes in by the back door, and, of course did not see the key.- ihe next night the absent-minded man came home again late, felt in his pocket and could find no key. He began pounding at the door and brought down his room-mate in his baseball suit, ihe following dialogue ensued: " Who's there?" " Me." "Where's your key?" 1 have lost it." The man on the inside pulled at the door and it opened. The key was still in the lock. He took it out, handed it to bis friend and said with commiseration : " How did you come so. I am sincerely sorry for you." " What do you mean?" " "Thai's all right, my boy; come up-stairs." "OLD-TIME NIGGER DOGS" To be Placed on tinard Over Gentle man's Chicken Ranch. Yesterday afternoon several gentlemen were congregated in the office of Mr. Charles L. Pullen. Secretary of the Legislative Coun cil, when that gentleman announced that he was negotiating lor a nigger dog. Air. Pullen is a well-known poultry fancier, aud has some very tine game stock which posses ses a great fascination lor tne sneak miei. In order to secure the safety of his fowls and to detect, if necessary, a thief, he has pur chased a "nigger dog." The subject of the " nigger dog" was then taken up by those present, ana one gentleman aescrioea some of the feats and peculiarities of the animal. "What kind of a dog is a "nigger dog?" I asked the Appeal reporter. "It's a reeular bloodhound. It was em ployed before the war to find stray negroes." Does it always spot its man : "Yes, sir; it can keep one track in a hun dred. Even when a man swims a stream it can follow him. I have seen it put on a trail that had been plowed np and follow it as unerringly as if it were an open one." 'Is there no way to battle the animal 7" little bfood on the trail it will break the dog all np, so to speak. You can hear him yelp for a mile, almost, when he comes to it." "They were used in slave times?-' "Yes: there were a number of men who had packs of them, and they made considera ble money out of them. For instance a slave owner lost a negro. He went to the party owning the dogs and offered him fifty or a hundred dollars to bring back tbe runaway. They were not used to tear the negroes to pieces, but merely as detectives, ihey were held in by long slender chains, and they could always scent a man thirty or forty yards, and they would always bark furiously wnen mey uiscovereu tue uujeui, oi men search." "Are there many of them now V "No, sir; they are almost entirely thinned out. The negroes hate them as you would a snake, and never lose an opportunity to poison them. "Are they in use now?" " Yes, the boss of a gang of convicts has had several, but most of them have been poisoned by the negroes. He has now only two." "Have von ever followed one of them on the chase?" "Yes; in 18761 was living in Mississippi. In our neighborhood, a negro caught a wbite man in the woods and tried to cut his throat with a penknife. Some white men coming up were just in time to see the darky running away. He was too fleet for them and they had to give np the chase. There were several of us, however, who got an old "nigger dog" and started at three o'clock in the aiternoon after the criminal. It was the rarest sport I ever had. I tell you it was exciting. We rode on over hills, through woods until it was sundown and we had not yet bagged our man. We were in for it, however, and kept it up in the dark. The excitement then in creased. We dashed away past dark, gloomy forests in silence with the fearful yelp of the dog only to break it. About midnight we came upon our man, whom we secured and took home. We rode twenty-three miles after him and the dog never faltered for an instant. These 'nigger dogs' seem to be able to run forever. They never tire out until they have canght their man." This is the kind of animal Mr. Pullen pro poses to have in his chicken ranch. As the gentleman described the terrible attributes of the "niceer doe," the genial Secretarv was regarded with eyes of dilated horror, and the reporter, shading his eyes, lied from the room. Buy the Tflnship Gin And Presses, to get the best in the market, of their agent, W. S. Taylor, No. 359 Front street, New Comb and Strained Honey At Buckham & Campbell's. The First Freali Oysters Of the season can be had at J. A. Signaigo's, 278 and 2S0 Second street. Ip von want to spend your money for Bot tle Beer, take always the best Conrad's Budweiser. Austin, Berry A Co, 323 Main Street, Memphis. Tenn., Exclusive Wholesale Clothing and Furnish ing Goods. Our wholesale trade having increased to such an extent, we bave conpluded to give up our retail department, and will hereafter do a wholesale business with merchants only. We have in store the largest stock of goods ever brought to this market, and if mer chants will examine onr stock we leel sure we can please them, as our stock is marked at the lowest "ew York prices. In giving up our retail department we have a great many fine goods which will be closed out in Ob iota. ArgTlN, BERRY A CO. - K. B. All accounts due our retail depart ment must be settled without delay, or we wii) put them opt for collection. CLUB SALOONS. IJeenses to be Demanded of Them In ' the Fntare. Some time ago Attorney-General Turner wrote to the Attorney-General of the State. setting forth that Beveral clubs in Memphis had bar-rooms in them, but were not paying license for them, and asking whether he should prosecute them. Yesterday he re ceived the following letter from Nashville: Brownsville, Tens., August 23, 1881. Hon. G. P. M. Tnraer Dear Sib Yours of the 17th instant was received upon my return yesterday from JNanhvuIe. 1 am ot the opinion that the saloons of the clubs selling liquors to mem bers and visitors, owned by the clubs or indi viduals, should pay for tippling license. BEN. J. LEA, Attorney-General. Attorney-General Turner, in accordance with the above, instructed Clerk Owen Dwyer to collect license tax from the various clubs. THE SPORTING RECORD. Baseball Scores Testerday. At Cleveland Buffalos, 3; Clevelands, 5. At Albany Troys, 11; Albanys, 4. Iroqnols for the St. Letrer. London, August 25. In the betting in the race for the St. Ledger stakes Iroquois has re covered to 100 to 30 against him. For the Yorkshire Stakes. London, August 25. At the York August meeting the great Yorkshire Stakes were won by Ishmael; Camiliard second, Tristan third. Sale or the Trotter Midnight, Eeie, Pa., August 25. Mr. Beid has sold the trotting horse Midnight to Eastern par ties. The price paid is said to be $10,000. In Defense or Sbinkel. New York, August 25. The Star this morning says that the charges made at Ith aca against Shinkel, of the Cornell crew, can not be sustained. Saratoga Kaees. Saratoga, August 25. Firaf Race. Dash of three-quarters of a mile. Perplex won; Bat lancer second, Colonel Sellers third. Time 1:16 J. Tuscaloosa went lame during the race.- .Second Hact, Oue and five-eighth miles. Fireman won; Boulevard second, Cinderella third. Time 2:52. Third Race. One mile. Fair Count won; Little Buttercup second, Jessie K. third. Time l:42i. Fourth Race. Steeple-chase. Trouble won; Captain Franklin secoud, Post Guard third. Time 5:29. At Brighton Beach. New York. Aueust 25. The races at the Brighton Beach Course to-day were well at tended. The mile and one-eighth race was won by Ingomar; Mandon second. Cridge third. Time 1:59. The five-furlong dash was won by Clara A. ; Alec it Anent second, Alajor Wheeler third. Time 1 4. The mile and a-quarter race was won bv Mamie Fields; Grogantwa second. Kc porter intra. Aiiue ;it. Ohio Boy won the mile race; Pilgrimage second, Kite third. Time 1 :44. The mile and a-quarter hurdle race was won by Bedding; Judge Murray second, lout third, lime A:Z6. At Charier Oak Park. ' Hartford, Ct., August 25. Charter Oak Park races. Summary: Class 2:21 Edwin Thome, 1,1,1; Pied mont, 2, 2, 2; Lucy, 3, 3, 6; Voltaire, 4, 4, 3; Emma B., 5, 5, 4; Steve Maxwell, C, 6, 5; Ham Mambrino, 7, 7, 7; Dan Smith, 8, 8, 8. Time 2:17J,2:18i, 2:1SJ. Class 2:24 Two-mile heats; Amber, 2, 1,1; Postboy, 1, 2, 3; Win, 3, 3, 2. Time o.-06i, 4:58i, o:104. . Class 2:34 Clingstone, I, 1, 1; Jimmy Stewart, 3, 2, 2; Sepoy, 2, 4, 3; Capitola, 4, 3,4. Time 2:241, 2:231, 2:241. The exhibition pacing-race by Mattie Hun ter aud Bay Billy was taken by Mattie Hun ter in two straight heau. lime 2:1U, 2:15. During the evening St. Julien and Little Browu Jug were exhibited on the track in trout ot the grand stand. Sewer Connections. Good work at reasonable prices. J. A. Bailey, No. 295 Second street. French Steam lye-1Vorks. Ladies' and gentlemen's goods dyed and cleaned at Louis Kirgel's, 58 j Jefferson street. Choice Cor u meal, In 100-pound sacks for sale. r53 W. J. CHASE & CO, STEAMBOATS. SPECIAL NOTICE. rriHE steamer KATIE HOOPER will xl " X receive freight forall point nn,sg2 Arkansas river MONDAYS and TliUKoD.Ws, con nectinK with steamer Plow Boy, at Terrene, until jnrtner nonce. joh.n . . iiakhin. wnpt. FOB CAIKO AND ST. LOUIS. St. Lrftnts and Vlcksttnrsr Anchor Li ae IT.S. Mail FOB CA1BO AKD ST. LOUIS. Belle Memphis, .ggr- Isaac H. McKce, master BSSbKESb- will nave Alienor Lino wnartboai i ltlOAV, August 2bth, at 10 a.m. fror Ireightor passage ap ply to AISTORM. Pnp't on wharfhoat. FOR VICKSBCKG. St. Lonii and Vleksbnrgr Anchor Lin U. Si. .Hail-lUK WC'KcBUKU. Oifu nf Otii rlanpo Snaa will ui luiiu&iiub) ISbSs&J Lenox roaster. wt"l "nti "S Y ill leave the Anchor Line vtiianouai t til- DAY, Aug. 26th, at 10 a.m. apply to for freight or passage AD STORM, flip't. iX)R ST. 1 RANCIS RIVER. SUM ME It A It R AX GEM UK T. rOIt ST. FKANCIS RIVER. THE liRht draft steamer MIKE T11VN O K Jonltii mitstfr- A L. Bnuninsr. clerk, will leave Memnuis r. Ltvl TTJErtDAY EVENING, at 5 o'clork, for Mariauna, tne i:ui-oii. ana an intermediate landings, steam ers Collins and Advance will run between Madi son and Wittburg, in connection with the Mem phis and Little Kock Kallroad. J. 1. RANDALL. Pnp't. FOR ARKANSAS CITY. Adams V. S. Hall I.tne For Helena, Fri ars Point, Concordia, Terrene, Arkansas City and Pine Bluff R. E. The fine Passenger Steamer Katie Hooper, r.-E (In place of Sleamer Idlewlld.) Ed. Kowlaud muter I Jas. N.Thompson... clerk Leaves u above and all Wav Landings evorv MON DAY AND THURSDAY, at 6 p.m., connecting at Arkansas City with steamer Dean Adams for Green- villi: and vitkfeDurg. JNO. HARBIN, Sup't, 292'- Front street. J T. WASHINGTON. As-nt. 5'-; Madion street. LEE LINE STEAMERS. For eiendale, Helena and Friar lotnt. lames JLee, .,45V Stack Lee, matter I Whitlow, i Ii i Ii "T lifiali Will leave as above on every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY aud FRIDAY, at 4 p.m. FOR WHITE AND B1.ACK RIVERS. HILT HARRY LINE Memphis Wnlta ana jiijm-k nivrr i . s. nan racact. For Indian Bay, St Charles, Clarendon, Devalls Bluff, Dos Are. Angusia, Jackaonport, Searcy, Batesville, Vowhattan, and Pocahontas, The new nuu elegant mm unier losie Harry, yn M. R. Harry. Muster. On and after BopU-mber 3d will leave Mem phis EVEKY SATURDAY, at 5 p.m., connecting direct with the new Black river U. H. mail packet MILT HAKKY for Ponhattan and Pocahontas, and with Daily Packets to Batcsville and Upper White river. Through rates to all points. Freight consigned to Milt Harry Line, Memphis or lerreuir, win ue promptly lurwaiueu. Office, No. 5 Madison street. R. W. LTtiHTBURXE, Agent, 7 Monroe St. Hemphis& White River PacketCo Rftnlar Inevenlent IXrmnhi- White River Packet For Augiista, J&rksoriport, searcy, ana w ay romus 1 ae uegui&r luaepena dent Packet IIA15I CASIT, rO E. C. Postal master I C. Postal clerk Will leave Mum obis EVERY WEDNESDAY, from July 13th, at & p.m. For freight or passage apply to j. t. HiMtTON. Agent. Manison at. TIIKEAO. "BEST INTHE W0RLD7 FkONl t0 . REVERSE ENIX LADIES rOURSTGRi KlECCRFOR Be tun t call frr the A" size Our A is stronger than C or D" of cheap Silks. fcvery spool measures too yards, just as auarked) Cheap auks measure oiu v3 to 70 yards 1 1 1 If yuu Aa splendid Button-Hole Twist use our , The BRAINERD & ARMSTRAVP. STT.IC U being used and recommended by the Dressmakers, and FOK SALS BY Wm. Frank & Co., Memphis, Gerber & Wilson, Memphis. WHOLCSAL OKLT. Lennon & Gale, Memphis, r A 36-pa ere pamphlet, giving Rules and Designs for Knitting Silk Stockings, Mittens, M oney Purses, babies Cups artd boots. Laces, etc. , will be presented o nv lady buying our Silk or Twist at tbe libore named stores. . . . It. WHOLESALE DRY Having greatly increased our space, we open the season with im proved facilities for handling our Growing Jobbing business. We show the Best and Most Complete Assorted to the trade of this section. We guarantee any market. Fine stocks of the following goods always on hand: Standard Prints. Doeskin Jeans, Wool Flannels, Canton Flannels, Plaid lainseys, Cotton Stripes, Standard Bleached Domestics, Gray and White Blankets, SPECIAL1 INDUCEMENTS TO CASH AND rCEEIKEBT BROTHERS. Our WHOLESALE BOOT spection. We carry an immense stock of desirable goods, to which Mr. 0. E. TATE, a member BELTING. J. H. COFFIN & CO. WHOLESALE Coal Oil Linseed, Lard, Lubricating and Ma chluet jr Oils, Engineers' Supplies. AGENTS FOB New York Belting and Packing Co Standard Rubber Belting and Parking. J. B. Hojt & Cc's Standard Leather Belting, Shnltz Rawhide Leather Belting, Rawhide Lace Leather. MANILLA & SISAL ROPE, Oaknm, fitch, Cool-Tar, Pine-Tar and Rosin, Tackle Blocks. FURNITURE. Brfson k Cig ARE NOW PREPAREB TO SHOW CUSTOMERS tlu-ir Fail Import alio a. conrisUng of the foliowfng, which are this Reason aaperior in Design, Shading and Quality to any we nave be- lore Known : CARPETS! Axminster, Xoqnette, Body Brussels, Roxbnry Tapestry, Comet Tapestry, Extra 8-Plys, Extra Super 2-Ply, Super 2-Ply, Cotton Chains. RUGS. Brussels, Yelvct, Turkish, Smyrna, Mecca, . English Linoleum Oil-Cloths, Cocoa Mattings and Mats, Curtain Materials of Ererj Description. FURNITURE! BEDROOM, PARLOR, DIMXG, LIBRARY NETS, OP THE LATEST DESIGNS, WWe.oflTer ear goods at Eaatera Retail Price, freight addel. BRYS0N & CAMP 2:51 Main Street. HOTELS. The Hygeia Hotel OLD POINT COMFORT, VA., SITUATED 100 yards from Fort Monroe. OPEN ALL THE YEAR. Equal to any Hotel In the United States as a SUMMER RESORT. Send lor Circular describing hymenic advantage, etc HARRISON PHIEBUS. Proprict MISCELLANEOUS. Gin House Central bupport Grand Run ning Gear Improved. Call, or aak bv Postal Card, fo Pamphlet, of any Merchant in Memphis, or Address Wm. Deering.Uao'y HARDWARE. HARDWARE! No: 201 MAIN ST. -". nCNDIBTSEB HAS PURCHASED the entire stock of HARDWARE of Ctaaa. Stoat 4k Brother, from the Assignee, at very low fir. area. He will sell these goods AT PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION. His friends and the public are cordially invited to call, examine the stock and judge for themselves. The business will be continued at the old place. No. Ml Main street. H. Tit. HTF.WART. Manaarer. Jas. Gaerity. W. D. Stbitton. E. Lehman. i:. LEHMAN & CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Clothiers and Gents' Furnishing Goods, O A rj MAIN STREET. I HAVE THIS DAY I admitted W. D. Stratum and Jas. arrity to an Interest in my Clothing Business. The firm will be in the future K. Lehman & Co. E. LEHMAN Referring to the above, we respectfully call attention to the fart that we have severed our con nection with the Mammoth Clothing House. Thanking our friends and the public for their kind patronage in the past, we promise In the future by this change and our increased facilities and clo attention to the wants of the trade, to rr erii a con., tinuanceof that confidence. W. D. feTBATTON- TheUTTLFKAVANA COMPANY oa Supplement to Royal Havana Lottery TAKES PLACE RKPr. S, 18M. KEW SI HENE-3X.OOO Tlrheta oalr eacli. IMPriaiU.S.Ourreucy)!,o. Desiring to Coat the very general demand foi Low-priotd Ticketa, we have devised a (Supplemen tary Series of Prizes based upon the Regular Draw- tiL 1 ubtrui jxiiiwy, we amountof in W h 1 r h . re u fnMtM. x urnna t rlM 1 Grand Prise. ... 1 Grand Frise......... 2 Prizes of taoo each. ... Prizes of 150 each "0 Pru of DO each 600 Prises of 10 eah .t 8,000 1,500 . 7S0 , 600 600 . 2.100 . casi 2300 Prizes of 2 each 9 Approximations, of S30 'each, to the 9 4,600 remaining nnita oi same 10 aa tbe one drawing the $S000 9 innmfimatinm a! . . . 270 - ft- cw, to uie number preceding and following tha ne 16- 4C 2 Prijoa...... V. 8. Currency... tJ1.46 Wholes, Halve, 91. Prfxas paid in full in United State currency im mediately on presentation of ticket. For Inform, (ion apply to B. I UUlespie, W. Conrt, MT-hla it in Men's Shirts and Drawers Men's Overshlrts, men's White Dress Shirts, Hosiery in IOO Varieties, Handkerchiefs and Ribbons, Men's and Boys' DTats, Cardigan Jackets, Fancy Dress Goods. AND SHOE DEPARTMENT of the firm, sires special I'll WHOLESALE A'D lentsTurnishingEoods COR. ST. CHARLES & FIFTH, Our business in St. Louis lias increased to snub, an ex tent that it makes it a physical impossibility to carry ox both houses. Any order we may be favored with, shal have our prompt attention. A Full Line of Samples of our St. Louis Stock will be kept at our former store, 296 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS l H. COOVER & CO. MANUFACTURERS OP Doors, Sash, Blinds & Moldings ALL IMNUS UI- UUUK AND WINUUVY-r KAMES, Brackets and Scroll-work, Rough and Dressed Lumber, Shingles, Laths, ete Nos. 161, 163 and 165 IHFMPHTS. i IMPORTANT SPECIAL NOTICE IN view of the constantly Increasing popularity and demand for the celebrated ARROW TIK, the universally recognised favorite Tie of Planters, Cotton Pressmen and shipper of cotton generally, the McCoinb Tie Company, of New York, sole proprietors and man ufacturers of said Tie, commanding nnequaled facilities, bave, in ad dition to their large stock on band, contracted for increased quanti ties, sufficient to meet the largest demand for Cotton Tie to cover the entire crop of the coming season, and now, through their Agent gen erally, offer the popular and irrepressible ARROW TIE at the lowest market price, in bundles complete, it being the purpose of the Com pany to merit the continued patronage of tbe planting community, and defy all competition that may arise. The buckle are now se curely riveted to the band, thus pre renting tbe loss of same in ship ping, and making a.strongei Tie.; S2U1A a.-. ii -n7s.iu.i. . m. v. ... vj mj ess. vv uwicanic urvcrrs tast ia jv: Col ton Factors. J. J. MeCOMB, President, Jfew York. JOHN K. SPEED & CO., Special Agents, Memphis JAMES TOMSK. r. h. J. W. Caldwell & Co (BTJ0CKSSOB8 TO WHOLESALE GROCERS. Cotton Factors and 33Q Front street. ISempliiw, Tennessee. "M""MMWMMMM,M",,,MawMaaaalaa PORTER, TAYLOR & COTTON FACTORS WHOLESALE G5U)CEKS, Jf o. aOO VtlO XT STP;,. ... jr,;,,,-!!!! Fearce, Suggs & Fettit WHOLENMiE Grocers, Cotton Factors AND C090HSSIOX MERC1TMTS, 260 and 262 Front Street, Memphis, Tern J. W. Bl'RTOK. Memphis. Fulmer, Thornton & Co. BscwMtrs to Falaaer. Bartaa t C. Cotton Factors & viioleBale Grocers NOS. 371 AXD 373 MAIN aWWEHAVEthiaday taken Into Co-Partnership Miami, Tana., July 6, 1881. GOODS in Lines of Goods suitable our Prices as Low as SHORT - TIME BUYERS will be found worthy of lu4 supervision. " 5 Washington Street t ""EITXESSEE. wHift, J. w. CAM f. il. WHITE & 00.1 Commission IJerciianis AND- ill J.J.THORNTOs, J. W. ll'LXEK. laiaaalrr, Jllaa. MasnDhlav ST., MEMPHIS. TEXN. J. J. THORNTON, of Coldwater MIssIssIddI -' Fl'LMKR. J. W. BUatTUK.