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THIS MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12. 1881.
DIRECT SPECIAL ATTENTION op COSTUMES II CLOAKS , rr. ,0 lliia lr.:irliueo Ibis season, and no safely nay arraion to this, has " '' " farefnlly .n.U at ,,n"',rd, bo.h Myles and Prices. Indies Silk and Plush Costumes, Radios Silk and Velvet Costumes, Indies' Silk and Wool Costumes, ladies Wool Suits, and Children' Silk Suits, blisses aud Children's Wool Suit, Ladies Plush Dolmans, Indies' Silk Dolmans, Ladies Cloth aud Plush Iolmmi, Ladies Cloth Cloaks, Misses and Children's Cloak. Fram 3 la 16 Tfi, EVERY STYLE, VARIETY AND PRICE. RLowenstein O ros HAYING DETERMINED TO luil mi Wis AVE HAVE MARKED ALL R GOODS II PL AT ACTUAL toot. TbU la a fixed and firm resolve effect at as early WALL PAPER. DEAX & CARROLL, Paints aud Oils, Window Glass, Wall Paper, Window Shades, Etc. 346 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS. K E1L ESTATE AGEXTS. A. STOYALL, BUOKEll, Real Estate and Rental Agent, -SO. 31l( aTKKF.T. it. L. SELDEV. O. B. PARKER. SELDEN 6c PARKER, Real Estate and Rental Agents, 2v Main St., Memphis, Tcnii. " Correspondence solicited. Y. A. Wheatloy, Real Estate Agent -ANl)- ATTOIUTEY; 21 Main Street, Walker liloek, MEMPHIS.. ...TEXSE.SSKK JOB OVKKTOX, JB C. N. QuosvENoa. OVERTON & GROSVENOR, Real Estate Dealers AGENTS ANU KIIOKEKS, OFFICE, 284 SECOND ST., 3f . E. Cor. hpfuDil and Court, MEMPHIS, : : : : : TENXFASKE. T1EAL ESTATE BMTGH V AND SOLD, TAXES tPaidJ!jnoMertMln PERSONA I (" 1IKTKP.SS Cleaned, Hi-paired and warranted, or ' r.n rlH'irc, TIIOS ( HIUNH. t'l Mnili-im t STRAYED OR STOLEN. HOUSE On Tu,dy iiiulit, Oitnlur Ith. a dark buy hor.e; hiusUrit, furelieait: Mile mine .ui'l tall, the latti-r very limi;; almit t.i years old. A lilieral reward for hit, rt:tmn Co lite Madden Hollvfont Mad AI.HKKT K tiKAHY. TO EXCHANGE. "VJICK WTTAOE lu a cojn'ry villain- for itlt-nce or vm-iiut jiropcrty in the ciiy 01 a r-s- or iuli uius; will pay aillet'elice ill raMi. I lll.l can-Hi STRAYED. TONY On Oct. 11th. , from Ani-lior-lino Wharf- lioiil, abarjnare liony; liail saooieanu unuir when lust i-u. Kinder will return aine to Kred. M. White. ; ai Ki.mt -In et. and be rewarded. rpwo COWS On the -ilh instant, from the care 1 of a colored boy, in tho uciiiiliorhood of Klny wootl Cemetery, two cows one white with r-d sp.its: the other white with black .ot. A reward will be paid for the delivery of the animals a! r.'Cii Tri e Hon.. Hhi-lliv .In i l A KKIV-1 DRY GOODS. Xcw ooils! Low Vrim! I.GOLDSMITH&Bros Have Just opened a New Store at NO. 348 MAIN, WITH A FRESH LINE OF DRY GOODS! CLOTHING, 1J00TS, SHOES, HATS, ITRXIMIISU WOODS, Etc., Which Uiry will sell at prices to suit the times. Special attention la called to tlte stock of BOOTS, SHOES, SLIPPERS, Etc lioiiKbt al HALF PRICE from the late Arm ol standi A Co., which we will sell alcorrmunndliinW jow prlcea. If y wiidi to HA VK MONKY In Buy lug (iood Goods Cheap, call at 1. Ooldsniilh A llros. OSLO IVXaIxi Street, ism i; In A.U KMIOM. .MKurnu, Tcjur; TO THEIR HBfl nans ol" ours, ami will be carried Into a day as possible. AUCTION SALES. S1API.E ASD FANCY GROCERIES AT Al'tTIOX. Thursday Horning, Oct. 13, at 10 oYl'k, AT P. BOl'EB'S, 410 BIAIX. In addition to the stock of Groceries and Fixtures, a No. 1 DELIVERY WAGON and HAR ' NESS will also be sold. A M. STUDDARD Auctioneer. MERCHANT TAILORING. The Oak Hall Clothing House, No. 331 Main Street, HAS ADDED A Jlcicliant Tailoring Doparlment To their EtablialimeBl, ami will make a perlalty la Naklaa Pants to Order for 83 and upward. They gnarsatce aat- llMetlon. HARDWARE. HARDWARE - AND Tinware ltemlqunrlera for Mlerl Barbcsl FENCE WIRE, Itellinit, Kope, Cotton Balances, tiame Trapa, Coll Chain, Iron Pipe, Marhlnery Ftatarea. JAMES & GRAHAM WAGONS. ORGILL BROS : CO Nos. 310 and 312 Front St., Memphis, - - Tennessee. liOOMS AN1 KO litis. rK-iH ARI.K ROOMS. f.irnUhed or nil furnished I J with hoard, at the tentral House. W Adams !tn-et. Also, day tioarders wsiiti-fl. l7irRNISHKI KOOMS Forrent. at No. 41 Fifth 1' stret, Chelsea, on line 01 atrel Kaiiroaa. I 'sOOMS Two cnniortable rooms. ti board. I V MR-l. J. n. cox Hi Si-comi st. WANTS. ARPKNTMIS Five or si i ktkvI .arpentcrs. K.' Apply to JOHN ki.ii, at Louisville ucpoi .. Apply u . ct wen K cjml no siain strccis. rt'l.ES Forty mood ujiiLs. from tilleen to ftf A L teen-and-a half hands blah, iioi,: sx toeighl vcara old. J. A. MiKKES. No. id Monroe street, Memphis, Tenn '1 WD C'LEANKR- VJl at Dvebotise. Jlti I'onloloc t. r WPPRIKNi KtniKTMAKKKS Fair waxes I J ir Komi halltls; woik c-iaranteed for lie l ear. l.OKIt . MtaiK N l-R-F Clr'. lotake rareof a small child. Ap plvio J. lihMM i.l, '-;;. .Main LAK1 To huvioto O nn improved, within mile or tun oi city Addrea. stating pi ice aud locailon, t. w ., :. ?i)n street , . ""noDK To but a good osk or ah wa.d- V mbe t"'1tc W ABnKOBE. Appeal. TIRAVELIXU SALF-SMA.N- . ' VsiUn ge fcaw or atajrieiuxd a. u holesale t lothing House, sni'h need apply as have heretofore traveled for a wholesale clothing house, as no other applicant will be answered. Address P. O. Box n;, STATION A, New York city CI AKI'ETS Cpholstcrv. Valences, Lambrequins, laniR Spun Silk and Raw Silk Curtains at New York prices. Mi K1TTRH K A CO., 2JI Second st., cor. Adams, Practical Upholsterers and Drapers. OCtTUPASTS For nicely furnished rooms: for geutlemen or families. Also, day boarders anted. At 114 COURT STREET. 1 POSITION As Book-keeper or AsslaUnt, or x. Clerkship In aome omce; have good ndcreneea. KENT, this omce. IOAKDKKS- at No. 4fi4 Shelby street. VT EATLY FURNISHED HOC SE Addres L. r Appeal omce. i ff( MEN AND ,vn TEAMS " J JJJ To wnrk on !. O. and S. W. R. R. (late 1'adileah aud Memphis!. Wages from $1 SO to Ii 24 per day. Plculyof good suitieu work at l.'i to 17 cents ier yard. Transportation will e lur nished free from Memphis or Padueali to the end of track at Covington or Trimble. Apply on work between tJovington and Dycrsburg, or at the Feed Store of W. J. CHASE A CO.. No. 182 Main strt f Memphis. 1UN AVANT. KELLY A PIPER. AIRYMAN One who understands the busf- Addreas, i. L. W Mempbia Brawtry. ffl FIGURES fkNewBiiterrirtse! WW's Invite an inspection of the Largest and Bert Assortment of IM PORTED CLOTHS. CA8B1MERES and sniTIN(8 to be found at any Tailoring Establlnliment in the Southwest. M" We keep nothing but Imported Goods. - Sample Bent on application. MURRAY & RlIXiELY, 33 Madison Street, Memphis. AHESEJIEXT8. JKlBKIt'H TuEATER. JOSEPH BROOKS. Proprietor and Mauager Ortober 13-1413. THREE NIGHTS AND SATURDAY MATINEE C. D. HESS ACME OPERA CO. THURSDAY AND SATURDAY OMVJETTE MATINfcE rRIDAY and SAT- I Tho M A CP.flTTP URDAY. t 1 lav iiinwww Bale of Seats begin Tuesday, Octoler nth, st Hoi len berg's. OCTOBER 17 vnarlottei nonipawn. JEITBKIE'R TI1EATKK. JOSEPH BROOKS.: Proprietor and Manager HOUSES PACKED FROM PIT TO DOME. Hundreds turned from Box Office before 8 o'clock LAST THREE PERFORMANCES. Barlow, Wilson, Primrose & West's Reorganised for tne Reason of 1HH1-2. Everything New, Novel and Refined. GRAND MATINEE WEDNESDAY AT 2 O'CLOC K Secure vour scats and avoid the rush at Theater. October 13-H-li HESS ACMK OPERA CO. I.KVi:iTll ASMVF.R.SAItY PICNIC OK THE Societa di l uione Fratellanza Italiana, AT KNTI VAL PAKE, On Wednesday, October 12, 1HS1, IN HONOR OF THE DISCOVER Y OF ANIHK.k BY IIK1S- ToriiER tuuntits. "N-Prof. George Arnold's Baud will supply the Millie LOST. CIOU.ECTION BOOK Containing bills and lm-mnranduma. Finder will Mum name to this oflii e. and be rewarded. FOR SALE OK KEXT. VALUABLE PLANTATION In Tunica county. Mush., containing 10 acres, known as the Avant plantation. Apply to Vf. S. TANCY. TTnlly Springs Miss. TO EXCHANGE. A FINELY IMPROVED PLACE M. and C. R. It.; J . miles from city; depot in front oi place; for Arkansas farm. 2. FARM Hernando road; for Memphis prop erty; will pay difference in cash. 8. 2.i0 ACRES Iteaidenco and SO acre open land; 4 miles south of Fort Piekerinff: wood will Kiyfor place; bold springs, line stock farm; for omphis property. 4. 4 PLANTATIONS and three Farms; bottom places; for city property. o. 3 SUBURBAN PLACES Well improved ; for farms. 6 FRONT STREET STORKS For bottom plan tations. 7. ELF.U ANT Improved Suburban Place First class; for city resiueuee. , 40 ACRES Fruit and grass farm; 2 miles from citv: for rilv residence. 0. FINELY III PROVED PLACE 'i"i acres: Pop lar street road, 2 milca from city ; for city resi dence. . , . 10. IN ADDITION lO AHUVJi l nave onsiness property, improved and nmmproveii. Also, su burban propeny. AISO, IUttilWi:i"iis iii mimaiu Arkansas, Mississippi and Tennessee. Also, a iri number of dwellinas in cily aud suburbs for sale at low prices and liberal terms. 11. Ij. lii iua, i.i muiiisou si. PrtlKIiLY IMPROVED PL AC K 2-story ilweinug. 1 furnished, a acres, on M. and C. R. R.. line neiehborhood, schools anil i lmrches; three trains In and nut a day. H I,. GI'ION. 19 Madison st. EOS HALF- Horse. Is not afraid of II uti& A line youiiij XL cais. A lady can dnvc anywhere. Inquire at JOHN DUNN'S STABLE, Adams street. OO-t ORLEaSs LOT 7;x1'.i7. OOl lao Hcniando lot ttivJOO. Mauassas lot ;hix-iu. 4'.'"i Pontotoc lot TiOxlCK. l.sl Third lot o7xl4S. 127 Fifth (Chelsea) -lot 37x1 iw. h7 Satiarans lot 37x74. 2"d and 2.i3 Vance lot 30xis. JM Desoto lot "jOxKS". : Avery lot .rx1f;. atsl Heniando loKVtiOl. 43 and 4"i Exchange Ex. 10 aud IS Allen aveuua. S2S Union. 13 Rth. , . ,, House 7 rooms, 2 acres ground on walker avenue. House, corner Georgia and Robinson ave nuelot ISOx'AH. House on Randolph road, near Frick Church lot 75xlH0. House on Boulevard, near IHiiilap. So endid place of 1U0 ai res, m ar cily. Vacant lots In city and xuburht. Country V coXAWAY, Real Estate Agent, No. 2SS Main St. ROSES tix) lar'e fine 2-year-old Ries, in forty beat varieties and In fresh, vigorous health, at to per dor.en. Now i. the time tor planting sncn rosea in our climate. Leave orders at our office, ;tfi7 Main street, and you win nave ncauuim mst-a, the first of spring. MEMPHIS FLORAL CO. H OUSE Choice Main stn-et house, renting for ,,11 tllV.lwl llll-llt IIVr:KIU v iiwtsc.iuii. iinnui. OTOKE1IOUSE One 2-stor brick storehouse. iiw Miii stniit.nL a bareain: lot 271'.,x.rsi. II not sold privately within thirty days, w ill then lie sold to the highest bidder for cash on the Mh of No vemlicr. SELDEN A PARKHR. HEIFER CALF Apply at -Fine graded Jersey Heifer Calf. .I72KHKLBY STREET. II RICK Ily river or rail. Quantity and quality guarauu-ed. o. H. P. PIPER, :ii2 Front st. CIHEAPCOW FOOD J Cotton seed Hulls, better than common hay and at less than one third the cost. Lay in winter supply while you can get them. Jor'cl'y, RESIDENCES FOR SALE. ISti Carmll avenue, near Poplar. 377 Linden, near Cynthia street. 177 Alabama street cheap. 150 Hernando, near Linden. 4:a Vance, near Orleans. 2ts. Pontotue, near Lauderdale. M Marshall avenue, near Charleston depot. 2."4 Desoto, near Vance. Residence, MO Shelby, near Iluline. .s;i'4 acres, nicely Impmved. White Station. Trezcvant home, opp. R. M. Mason. HO acres well improved. Wythe, Haysville. hi H-iu ai'.res.Rozeirs station : neatly improved 64 acres well improved and watered, full of fruit mid bcrriex. near lAitlis. and N:tsh. Ii. R. Residence lots on Heale and Lauderdale, Topp place; also on vancoami I inucn. W. A; WliKATl.EY, 2S1 Maiiu lANOA fiue Rosewood Piano, large size, 7-oe tavo neatly nen'; can be seen at Holleu bers s Music House. ESIDKNCE At Buiityu Station, five acres. good house anq goon ercnani. Appiy to O. 1.. .IllMill'., corner Hernando and Vance streets. rviiVlivs-l.I.INrt " It In one sunare of street cars. F'or a nice place, with 15 or 20 acres of ' V iSsVrEET. FOR RENT. T-wKi.i.ixt; lm Market street; six rooms; re- XJ cently repaiied Apply to WM. HUMPH RETS, 2S4 Front St. 4 VANCE ST.; rooms: fine order. Oil txt Carroll avenue; 7 rooms. Ill Vance. 4.1 Jones avenue, JH Monroe. ;t!2 Vance. :t77 Oilcans street; fiiruisticd. . I'.i Adams street. RiMims nviir -V1 Second StnH't. Store and Rooms cor. Washington and Seeoud streets; N. . comer. Ollice over " Leldv's," Main street. Bednaims. corner Monroe aud Front, stoie ;47 Main street. Store S.'tl Main street. Store and Rooms, corner Beale and Ttirlcy. store aud Rooms, comer Shelby and South. 4 114 146 Main street. Rooms in Waldran, Harbert and Straiten Blocks, Main street. Store, corner Adams and Second streets. 11. I.. UUION, AKeiit. l'. Madison st V7 olliivs- picnlvof light: auitablc lor cotton or .,- I I'vlnl' I..., l.'... l..i. iiroscrs unices, m -'-'i "i: ".V rpVO FIE STOHKUOl sEtJ-With lixturcs, 7; L and77Bcalertreit.br SELDEN Si PARKER, 2sr Main slrei t. Q Al.ESM AS An ex(ierieiiiil Cigi;r and Tobacco kj Salesman ; gisHl saiarv win lie given a enmt tent man. Address MERCHANT, tMsofiK-e. "VTU'ELY FURNISHED ROOMS j M DKStvrO STREET. X -,UAu.-T' riNi large pleasant unfurnished rooms on Strew t'tr l'"i f-ir rent to gentlemen nr gentlemen and Iheir witej Addn'ss It. H- ApK,a, clCce. UR.MSHED ROOM -At llfiCoun. MRS. C. P. FREEMAN. tOTTAtiE No. M2 ljtudcnlnlc stri ct. Apply KJ to Toof A Co., I i West Court street. 1 "OOM Ijtrge furnished loom. J . at 9? Madison street. OOMS r.legaiitlv furnished rooms at Magnolia Kloc. corner from a- ET. ' 1ANOS t?eTcral good ScCoJid-haud nanos lor rent cheap; will rent to scnoois or ioi;ee in 0,1 ll ry, at if. 0. BOLLESLEKii 3. MB-Jiicei- f.rnjsiud. j; : Main street. mid imuin r;;r" T AMPS For partis, !. sh ei'oonu si. "lOTTON WAREHOUSE -From first ol c-t V J ner. Apply io , . OVERTON & OKOfEXORl SoeondjiL 1- ESIPENCE- -2t Union street: a rooms. MINOR MER1WKTHLR. T3HOTXiRAPH i A LLERY Over 211 Main sL JL Apply at NO- a Main stivcu u-ii;; -COTTAGES Several desirable cottages on Wal- V xer avenue, uji'"" . j - -... ' Mui.in, H,,ns.-A are in fine order, wiui good water and sufficient grounds for gardening goou y ., ! i , koiu, Female Col- pun.es, and very convenient to State Female CVd. lege. One of tne places was occupied by Henry Moore as a Floral ai..l Pleasure tiarden. and no bet ter location ran be louna iorueu uwuu. onioes and Sleeping-rooms in J.enow Block, on Union street. Also, Sleeping rooms over 392 Main street, and one line Ofbec in Cotton Exetiauga. corner Madison and Front streets. Apply Union street. JOSKP1 M i. r..s SOW. 1? I7HRST CLASS GROCERY AND COMMISSION V HOUSE, Nos. 371-37S: also, rooms up-stairs, corner Mailt and Oayoao street. Rim.. Ikuna. Misa.. or Apply to lili-ilKe A. C. A. B. TREADWELL A CO., City 1 500 bass Coflee. 10)0 brls Refined Sugars. 1000 Tea., Buckets aud Tin Pails Fair- bank's Lard. 300 brls. Silver Moon Flour Sew Pro cess. 200 brls. Royal Pal out Flour. 500 brls. Flour different kinds. 50 Tierces Hams. 500 hlf. brls. tiexr Mackerel. 2000 Kits Sew Mackerel. 100.000 lbs. Candy, Stick and Fancy. 10,000 cases iiiiKrted and American Sar dines, rickies, salmon, oysters, Peaches, Tomatoes, Mackerel, Lob sters, Brandy-Peaches, , Brandy Cherries, Etc. . 1000 bags hand-picked and machine cleaned Virginia and Tennessee Peannts. 1000 bags Sots Almonds, Brazil, Pe cans, Valn f, etc. 500 hlf brls and brls. Oat meal, cracked Wheat, Barley, (iraham Flour, etc. 500 bxs. Raisins, Prunes, Citron, etc. 200 bxs. Sew Cream Cheese. 50 brls pure 40-grain Vinegar. 100 bxs. Sage. Hops, Cornstarch, Rice Flonr, Tapioca, etc. 50 brls. and Halves direen & Clark's Cider. 200 bags Dairy and Small Pocket Salt. LOCAL PARAURAFHS. Many of the sidewalks are in a very bad condition and should be repaired. .Robert Koss will be tried tor the ruur- ler of Henry Bunch in the Criminal Court this morning. Three hundred and eighty-nine years ago to-day Christopher Columbus dincotered in 19 continent. Mrs. Sal lie Horseley was appointed ad ministratrix of J. Q. Pevinney yetterday by Judge f.Uiridge. The prize iu the Iotiisiana lottery were drawn as follows: 7210, $30,000; 56,93'.l, 1-,000; yu.oikS, $a)W. I he consideration ol certain mattera in the Citv Keceiver's cae will be the ptiecial order in Chancery to-tlay. The condition of the cellars in the vicin ity of Front and Union atreete is matter for the Taxing-District to investigate. The dust in the streets is something fear- I ful. The Taxing-District should have aome I systematic meana of scraping the streets. . W. H. Davis was arrested yesterday by Z Officer Rogers, charged with tapping the till of Charles J-uuUli, butcher, on M.tdison . street. Pat Ctinuiiijjham, II. L. (luion and Koyster & Co. were charged in the Police Court yesterday with a failure to lay down sidewalks. The burnt ing of one of the Water com pany's pipes, on Jefferson street, caused a temporary and partial cessation of the sup ply yesterday. MarrLure licenses were allowed Loui9 Chandler and Belle Thompson, Moses Prince and Maggie Kandolph, Kohert 2. I unite and Mary Brown. The Chancery Court yesferdav divorced Anna 8. Hoflmeister from her husband, Fred V. Honmeirtter, proof establishing desertion aud failure to support. Calvary Church is rapidly approaching completion. The metamorphosis Irom the old barn-like appearance to an ecclesiastical editice will soon be complete. - , Monroe Clink, a notorious criminal, waa arrested yesterday for lieiug drunk add dis orderly. On the way to the station he threatened to cut Uthcer I'oUerty. The garbage barrels placed along the sidewalks ate nuisances. They smell worse than graves. The Taxiug-Pistrict should provide some means for emptying them speedily. Charles Townsend, of Chelsea, was ar rested yesterday by Olficer Mulouney for as saulting his mother and sinter with a chair. The neighbors had to bold him until the po lice took him away. The Italians will to-day celebrate the discovery of America by a procession and picnic at r.-uival 1 ark. 1 erhaps the great est event in human history, it should be par ticipated in by all Americans. Mr. Elliott, manufacturer of brooms, at No. 3o2 Second street, sends us a sample of the work done by hiui. If all his brooms are as good as the sample, Memphis can compete with any city in America in this industry. The-S'octVfu di Vnione e FraltUinzo. Iuiliana will to-day give their eleventh anniversary picnic at Kilival Park, in honor of the dis covery of America by Christopher Columbus. So patriotic an undt-rlaking should be en couraged by everybody. In the Quarterly Court yesterday the tMiuires remitted Mrs. Johanna Barron's taxes, amounting to thirty-two dollars and seventeen cents. The ground for so doing was that she was a poor widow woman, and lost her husband during the war. Parson Reed and his congregation ofllie Chelsea Colored Baptist Church are about to withdraw from the interference of the law to settle their recent difficulties bv a compro mise decree, to be prepared and presented. Such was the announcement made yesterday to the Court. Members of the Young Men's Hebrew Association are requested to attend a special metting tins evening at S:d0 o clock, at the usual place, for the purpose of learning the p.rogress of the Assiajiatiun since the last regular meeting. A lull attendance is so licited. , Monroe Clink, who was locked up in the stationhoufe yesterday fur beiug drunk and disorderly, tried to break down the door with a tub used in the cell. 1 he turnkey, Mr. Baker, attempted to put him into the cage, when Clink struck him on the side of the face. But he was put in, staunch and true. One of the surveying party with Engi neer McCabc came to town yesterday and was asked by Captain O'llaver about N. Daley, who was arretted a short time ago. He said Daley had lieen a cook with the ex pedition, but had been bounced fir his worthlesHiess. He also contracted a bill of about fifty dollars at Marion, Arkansas. The ld Folks Societr, who have taken charge of the old Winchester Cemetery, held a meeting yesterday and resolved to give sixty days for the surviving friends of the dead contained in the old vault to identify the remains and take them out and re-inter them. Sergeant W. L. Rogers will open the vault, to-dav and invites parlies interested to come out and give all the necessary informa tion. -The followiug proceedings were yester day had in chancery : Adams tvs. Mitchell, order opening biddings; State vs. Butler, or der to enter certain credits to city oflicials; McClu:e vs. bchonnover, ss to bidding; State ii. Andereoii, revivors; Merchauta Bank r. Thruston, reference; Fitzgibbou vs. Filzgib bon, canceling bid; Hoflmeister n. Hoflmeis ter, divorce. Last night a negro by the name of Wil liam Smith waa run over by the Memphis and Little Rock train on the incline, and fractured and mashed his l. ft arm from the wrist to the shoulder joint. His ribs were badly broken. Dr. Marshall took the arm off at the shoulder joint. The man's lungs are also badly injured. 'Squire 'iuigley as sisted as surgeon. School Visitor Walsh says his remarks at the meeting of the School Board Monday night were misinterpreted by the. reporter. He did not wish to la? understood a4 cen suring Esquire Holman for keeping his office all sirs iu disorder. He wanted to con vey the idea that the reports of the poll-tax collectors n. tdc to Esquire Holman are in such shape as to be difficult of comprehen sion as to details. Arrangements for the Fair next week are progrsssing linely. At the meeting of the Directory favorable indications were shown by the inijtiiry for space and entries of stock for exhibition. Arrangements are being completed us fast as possible to make the Fair a success. The Memphis and Charleston Railroad will run trains to and from the Fair grounds at frequent intervals during uext week for the accommodation of visitors. The Directory adjourned to meet next Friday, the 14th instant, at the Fair grounds, at which time the bids for privi leges will be awarded to the highest responsi ble bidder. Intelligence received at the Observatory, Rochester, New York, from Bristol, Eng land, states that Prof. W. F. Ilenning dis covered a bright new comet on the 4th in stant. It is located in the constellation of I.eo, right ascension S hours 22 minutes, declination north 16 degrees, daily motion ,'i0 minutes east. This is i he sixth comet which has been seen since May 1st, rive be ing new discoveries, all but two of which were first discovered by Americans, and it is certainly a compliment to the industry and skill of A 'uerican astronomers that they have shown so line a record. The total amount which II. H. Warner has given in comet prizes during the past year is $1300, which shows that the ink rest taken in astro nomical affairs in this country is greatly in creasing. Warren Henderson and Susan Hender son, colored, are husband and wife, having been regularly married several years back. The wife baa two daughters, Roxie Harris and Julia Ewells, by two former husbands. Yesterday he was indicted for being crimi nally intimate with them. About two years ago, Warren took it into his bead th.it Susan iIum'i suit him, so he showed his disregard by jittciiing luto her 'itl; a knife, a hatchet, and C!Qe warlike implements, nd by the time he closed engagement there wag little of Susan left to tell ih tale. He ordered her remains 10 depart from his habitation, which was done, he insisting cp hi atep-daughters remaining. The result of the aiwr has been that the oldest daughter is a piother. The crime was brought luliht in a peculiar man ner. AUorney-Cieneral Turner had Hender son and his two !ep-daughters summoned before the Graud J ury on general inform ation, and from them obtained a knowledge of the whole matter. PERSONALS. i.-r-. Dlner.FiBDie&Co Mk. U. L. Collins is in the city rleci- m one by Murphy Murphy, No. 6 Maul ing arrangements for the Memphis section of I mm street. " ' ' ' the New Orleans excursion, which is to start on November 10th. Mits. Jesse Page and Mrs. O. B. II ay ties have returned home. Wm. W. Kelly, business manager of the Charlotte Thompson company, is in the city. Mrs. Specht aud daughter. Mrs. Stella Walter, returned last night from the Xorth and East, Mr. Max Friedman, formerly of Mem phis, but now . of Boston, is on a brief visit to his nrm nere. Miss Birdie Armstrong has arrived from the North, to spend the winter with her sis ter, Mrs. ii. K. Warner. Mr. Ike Haisten is the happy father of an eight-pound boy who arrived at 5:30 o'clock on October 8, 1881. Mrs. F. A. Bixlups, Miss F. S. Moore and Mr. R. E. Moore, of Columbus, Missis sippi, are at the Clarendon Hotel, Madison street. General Coi.ton Greene returned from St. Louis last Sunday afternoon suffering with a severe attack of bronchitis. He is still con fined to his bed. Among tho visitors to the city vesterdav. the following were registered at the Cotton Kxchange: J. O. Murreil, Macon: Miss Nel lie Camp, Memphis; Robert R. Fiake, St. Louis; A. . Oliver, Courtland, Mississippi; A. B. Ellis, Tennessee; H. G. Buckingham, Covington. Mr. W. W. Coleman returned from Co lumbia, his " old home," yesterday, looking as if he had taken a new lease on life from a three months sojourn with old friends. , Mr. Coleman in one of our best citizens, in the best sense, true in all the relations of life, with an unvarying front of sterling integrity for the world. The engagement of a new orchestra at the Theater must not be construed as a dissolu tion of Prof. Arnold's band. The Professor is a thorough mnsician,'and bo is every man under him, and they are prepared to jtirnish good music '.whenever wanted. In a short time he will begin a series of concerts which promise to be in every respect excellent and abov the average. He deserves hearty en couragement. CLOSING OUT My Dry Goods Business! Owing to the demand on my time at my Clothing House, I have determined to close out my DRY GOODS BUSINESS t In order to do this I am now selling DRY U00DS DRY GOODS Below Eastern Cost ! The stock U an extensive one. Prices speak louder than words. Storehouse and fixtures for rent. SOLOMON VENDIC, 226. Main. 226 LOCAL NOTICES. New lot gas fixtures at Bailey's. Pumps and Pipes, 40 MadiBon street. Best Stencils cheapest at Haberling's. Shell Oysters received daily at the Crystal Palace. Dr. R. L. Laski's office and residence, No. 343 Main strett. Go to Bailey, 295 Second street, for plumb ing, gas and steam fitting. Dr. Hinson, dentist, No. 279 Main street. Officj hours from 9 to 4, daily. Ladies continue to purchase their French corsets of Louis Lange, 277 Main street. Asa wood, Pittsburg and Hecla, Ken tucky, coal at Walsh's,.230 Second street. Monuments, grave inclosures, lot enrbings, cheap, at Quigley'B, 432 Main, near Beaie. Bear in mind shirts made at Loeb & Mook's, 235 Main street,'are guaranteed to fit. Bids for privileges during the coming Fair week will be received by R. G. Craig, Secretary, up to October 14th, at which time the Directory will meet to act upon them. A social glass of Hub Punch is a most welcome accessory of friendly intercourse. This most delightful beverage is peculiarly acceptable at parties. Uncork it and it i. ready. Sold by all grocers, wine merchants and druggists. For sale by B. J. Semmcs & Co. roRTA link, or Tablcr's Vegetable Liver Powder, is a permanent enre for dyspepsia, sour stomach, sick headache and biliousness. It gently rouses the liver to action, and af fords relief in all cases. For sale by V. X. Wilkerson i Co. TnE Memphis and Little Rock Railroad, in order to accommodate visitors to the Ar kansas State Fair at Little Rock, will sell round-trip tickets from Memphis to LiUle Rock from October 15th to 20th, good until 24th, at $6 40, which includes railroad trans fer out to the Fair grounds and return. Tickets can be had at 278 and 287 Main street, and at Louisville and Nashville depot. Remember, Issubrie Bros.'s great winding up sale is the only genuine one. All others are catchpenny advertisements. Cut out our private cost and selling mark and bring it with VOU. l.P.CBRIE BROTHERS, 2i'd Maiu street. El-pah Oysters sini Celery KcreivfHl dally ier expresa, VICTOR O. Kl CHS, Nui. 39 and 41 Jefferson Street. LorxiE Seals, etc., cheapest at Haberling's. School (supplies in endless variety, at prices satisfactory to all, at Mansford's. The Fair commences October 18th. Nenrll CnresNenraljriw Iusttantly A few drops applied kills the pain. New sue 50 cents. G. W. Jouea A Co. aenu. Tumors, erysipelas, mercurial diseases, scrofula and general debility cured by "Dr Lnnlsey s Klood Searcher. Remember, Leubrie Bros.'s great winding up sale is the only genuine one. AH others are catchpenny advertisements. Cutout our private cost and selling mark and bring it With yotl. LEUBUIE BROTHERS, 2iil Main street. City School Hooks Retailed at wholesale prices at Mans ford's. Rubber Stamps cheapest at Haberling's. "Sellers's Liver Pills" have been the standard remedy for malaria, liver com plaint, costiveness, etc., for fifty years. The Fair commences October 18th. Lunch IJasiketsi. 25c, 35c, 40c, 50c, 75c, $1 and $1 25 each, at Mansford's. Remember, Leubrie Bros.'s great winding up sale is the only genuine one. All others are catchpenny advertisements. Cut out our private cost and selling mark and bring it with you, leubrie brothers, 261 Maiu street. One Hundred aud Thirty-six Times Over. At New Orleans, on the 13th day of Sep tember, at the 136th grand meuthly drawing of the Louisiana State Lottery company, $30,000, the first capital prize, was won by ticket No. 43,713, half held by John Connors, an engineer on the L., N. and Great South ern Railroad, and collected for him through the Bank of Commerce, of Memphis, Tenn.; the other half held by Simon Silverman, of Indian Bay, Ark., whose title to its owner ship is disputed by Mrs. Emma Clarke, of the same place; $10,000, the second prize, by No. 83,567, collected on account of Mr. Hynes Wathen, through the First National Bank of Vincennes, Ind,; third, $5000, drawn by No. 3742, held by a worthy gentleman of Albany, N. Y., who is desirous of remaining unknown for jiersonal reasons; 2500, drawn by No. 32,648, held by Mr. G. A. Prinz, of Cullman, Ala., aud No. 56,711, halves of which were held by Emily Moir, No. 737 Myrtle avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y., and E. J. Short, of Warsaw, Ind. There were many thousands of other lucky ones. Any one anxious to know any thing connected with the next drawing should write at once to M. A. Dauphin, New Or leans, La., before November olb, the day of the 138th drawing. Remember, Leubrie Bros.'s great winding up sale is the only genuine on.. All others are catchpenny advertisements. Cut out our private cost and selling mark and bring it with yoq. lei-brie brothers, J61 Main street. Ereah Oyster Trade. F Brand of Fresh Oysters received dam per express, and Fish and Celery. Orders tilled promptly on short notice. Special in ducements to the trade. J. A. Signaigo, 278 and 280 Second street, sole agent for F Brand, J. S. J'arran & Co- Baltimore. School Hook Retailed at wholesale prices at MANSFORD'S. Ulnhoutte Insurance policies written and delivered LAW REPORTS. Circuit Court Hon. Jamea O. Pierce, J adge. Wednesday, October 12th. 6692, Barbour et alvs Erwin ct al; 6695, State of Tennessee, on rel, vs Anderson, administrator; 6606, Word vs Vaccaro; 6608, McKenna vs Brooks; 6700, Daniel vs Brown ; 6701, Frita vs Smith & Co.; 6711, Yates vs Holloway et al; 6719, Reddett et al vs Whitsett; 672C, Taxing-District vs Alston ; 6752, Farrow vs McCarney; 6759, Raines vs Selden; 6762, Vance vs Patrick; 6763, Sharpe et al ts Neal; 6768,Stovall vs Memphis Water com pany; 6772, Rawlings vs Buford & Mat thews; 6774, Gunn & Fagan vs Dent et al; 6775, Rawlings vs Steele; 6778, Wong vs Hook; 6781, Schultz & Becker vs William Miller & Co.; 6788, Jones vs Security Build ing and Loan Association; 6792, Frost vs Blum; 6796,Marlin vs Allen, use, etc.; 6799, Fox vs Godsey et al; 6807, Hoist vs Ander son & Co.; 6808, Oliver. Finnie & Co. vs Brown; C816, Walker vs Walker; 6820,Shote vs Shote. 'Criminal Court Horrlsau. Judge. Calendar for October 12th: 27, Robert Ross; 36, Abe James; 115, Sarah Williams; 84, Milton Rankin. For October 13th: 107, Alex Claxton; 75-76, Sam Garrett; 87, Charles Williams; 130, Pat. Noonan, Robert Dalton; 142, N. A. Bill; 83, Turner Howard; 117, John Scheibler; 96, Joe Reed; 35, John Horigan. For October 17th : 104, Mary Joyce; 147, Memphis Water company. For October 20th : 33, F. H. Hurt. For October 22d: 60, Teenie Strickland. For November 2d: 88, Burney Smith and Bill Wallbren; 133, John P. Walton and Junius Robinson. For November 7th : 78. W. H. Hender son; 8, S. JN. Lavis; o, .Berry Caster; y, Mrs. ri. 1 . Davis. HOTEL ABK1TALS. FeuLody Hotel C. K. UalJoway A Co., rroprmiurs. This Hotel Is furnished with a steam naaseneer eievator, eiecir.c Dei is, ana is ursi-cuuss in every department. A Roscdale, Miss A O Hall, Covington C H Connor, Louisville E G Chandler, Phi la ike Marx, Cincinnati J P (Jill, NY lir F Davis, N Y F H Webster, N Y W W Kelly, agent V S Dorman, Bait V U ,ll,U.tt ty,i,i. J B Shaw, N V A F Oliver, Miss F S Sherman, I'hlla C Buford, Giles Co E L Davis, N Y M A Eisle, Hot Springs j it uuraetl, ant J O Merrell.Macon.Tenn J N Milim. Tenn J S Jackson, Senauibia J t Hanson. Sardis C A Harrison, Tenn J F Stoker & w, Miss A Hermon, Cincinnati C K Whitney. Vermont J F O'Sbaughnessr, N Y A Lapp, Louisville J W Wynne, Ark J D Thomas, Ark A F Fisher fc fam, Tex O Bell, Cincinnati. Claaton'a Hotel October litis. L Minor, So. Ex Co E B Stephens, Miss 11 C Wallace, Randolph J Ii H Hemingwar.Mtss W G McClellan, Cln'ti Mrs L M Dean. Tenn D Rackley, N C C E Sweep, Chicago J R Mahoue, Tex D A McDonald. Miss J M Harris, Miss T Lewald, St Louis II S Williams, Osceola J McNab, LaNBB T H B Davis. N Y W F Hamner A w, Tenn J I Crossett, Moscow D C Tyler, Misa J N Moon, Miss A S Balch, Ky K T Broad n ax, Tenn V R Hassett, Miss. DON'T BE MISLED ! There la Only One Ucunine CIohIdk Sale, and that Is teubrlc Bros. Pay No Attcntien to Our Imitators! The vast multitudes that throng our estab lishment plainly attest that ours is a bona fide sale. That we voluntarily give our cost-mark to the public proves conclusively that we are iu earnest. That wc have notices of our intended ar rival in St. Louis in all the leading St. Louis journals,which same are on exhibition at ou establishment, proves beyond all doubt that we are going to St. Louis. We do not advertise fictitious prices to draw attention, but we do sell and will con' Unite to sell every article at actual cost. Ou cost-mark you will find everywhere. It is published in the papers; it is printed on hand-bills and scattered throughout the city it is posted in conspicuous places throughou our establishment. Secure it, bring it with you, and be convinced. Pay no attention to catchpenny advertise menta. There is only one genuine closing sale, aud that is LEUBRIE BBOTUEBS, Leaders and Makers of Low Prices, No. 201 MA IX STREET. W. A. Ealreia, No. 55 Uuion street, has just returned from Kentucky with a good lot of dray mules, saddle and harness horses.- MilcuelUs New Intermediate CJeoic raphr, Tenneawm edition, can be bad at any book store In the eliy at one dol lar darluic this week. FKAKK H. SMITH, Agent. Choice lot Catawba grapes and White Heath peaches, at Steve Clement's. Remember, Leubrie Bros.'s grand winding up sale is the only genuine one. All others are catchpenny advertisements. Cut out our private cost and sellin gmark and bring it with you. LEUBRIE BROTHERS, 2S1 Main street. No Iinllatiou. Genuine solar tip school shoes at Voegeli Aj Co.'s, 336 Main street, corner of Union. Burnett's Cocoa ine Will naie the hair and keep it in a ttrong and healthy condition, because it will stimulate the roots of the hair and restore the natural action upon which its growth depends. Gas Fixtures. New, stylish and cheap. Fresh stock. J.W. X. Browne, 40 Madison street. Fish, Fish, Fih. Five hundred pounds choice Lake Salmon, just received. STEVE CLEMENT. M Beale street. Skinny Men. "Wells's Health Renewer," greatest rem edy on earth for impotence, leanness, sexual debility, etc. One dollar, at druggist. Rubber ling's. Linen-markers, 25c, at Haber- CHANCEKY SALE. CHANCERY SALE OF Ii JB A Ia ESTATE, ON OPENED BIDDINGS. No. SJS0, R Chancery Court of Shelby county Wm. Neville et al. Vs. G. W. Cranberry et ai. BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale en tered in the above cause on the 5th dav of October, issi, I will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, in front of the Clerk aud Master's omce, Courthouse of Shelby county, Memphis, Tennessee, on Saturday, October 13, ls81, within legal hours, the following described prop erty, situated in Shelby county, Tenn.. to-wit: Known on the map of the city of Memphis as part of lot No. 40a, on the east side of Third street. i l'-4 icet from its intersection with Poplar, having a I ron tot 37 feet 1, inches, with a depth of 14SH feet; on which is situate a double-story dwelling, the same having been the residence of the late Isaac Neville. Terms of Sale One-third (ifl cash; balance in 9 and la mouths; notes liearing interest at 6 per cent., with good security; lieu retained, etc. Tnis October 7, issi. R. J. BLACK, Clerk and Master. Clapp ic Beard, Solicitors. CHANCERY SALE OF HEAL ESTATE AND PEBSONALTY. No. Si"i9. R. D. Chancery Court of Fhelby county E. E. Clarke etal. vs. D. E. Palmer et al. No. 3'-W, R. D. State National Bank vs. D. E. Pal mer et al. No. sstii, it. D. Frank Trimble vs. D. E. Palmer et al. BY virtue of an intetlocutory decree for sale, entered in the above consolidated causes on the 1st day ol July, issi, M. B. 3 . page 11, I will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder, in front of the Clerk and Master's onice. Courthouse of bhelby county, Memphis, Tenueasee, On Saturday, October 13, IHfel. withiu legal hours, the following described prop erty, lo-wit: A tract of land situated in Shelby and Tipton counties in the state oi Tennessee, about two miles west of Kerrville, known as the home place ef Ia vid E. Palmer, aud upon which he resided when the assigumeut was made, containing six hundred (6o0) acres, the same being bounded on the north by the lands of Martha Sheltou, the heirs of T. O. Moore. James Paine and ticorge Rankius; on the east by the lands of Dr. A. II. Kerr. Mrs. M. B. Savage and Wm. T. Nelson; on the south by the lauds of W. T. Nelson and D. D. Nelson, and on the west by the lands that belong to the heirs ef A. -W. Nelson, James Paine and the heirs of T. O. Moore. That portion of said tract situated iu Shelby county lies in District No. 2. Also, another tract of land situated in District No. S, Tipton county, Tennessee, about one mile south oi the Poorhouse oi Tipton oouuty, bounded on the north by the Poorhouse tract; on the east by the lands of Mrs, Grimes and the lands belong ing to the estate of Martha Stokes; ou the south by the lands belonging to the estate of Manila Stokes, the land belonging to tleo. dimes aud the land of W. H. Burkheimer, ami on the west by the lands of W. II. Burkheimer. containing in all one hundred and twenty-six (1-t;) acres. Also, one bouse and lot situated at Mason's De pot, in Tipton county, Tennessee, known aa the W. V. Cireer place; hounded on the north by the lauds of Mrs. R. T. Broadnax; ou the east by the lands o' Dr. James Macklin; on the south by the lands of J. P. Sturdevant aud a lot sold by said David E. Palmer to T. J. Taylor; and on the west by the depot and Covington road, containing fif teen and one-half (lo acres. Also, one tract of land situated in District No. 5, in Fayvtte county, Tennessee; bounded on the north by the lands of Dr. Edmotid Montague; on the east by the lands of Kit Brewer and the lands formerly belonging to B. M. Patterson; on the south by the lauds that furmerly belonged to B. M. Patterson and the lands of James Irvine: aud on the west by the lands belonging tothe heir of Mrs. James E. Mason, containing two hundred acres, and being the same tract mortgaged by the sstd David K. Palmer to James Richardson A Co. Also, the following personal property situated on the home place first herein described, to-wit: Korrr wagons, all the farming implements of said David E Palmer, about forty (40) head of sheep, about twenty (M) head of cattle, two (J) yoke of oxen, two C2) Kin-stands, two (J) buggies, one (1) piano. one (1) set of parlor furniture, and one (1) set of DiacKsmitn ami wneeiwnght too La. Said above described property will be sold sub ject wthw encumbrances recognized aud set forth in the due rue ordering the sale, and to which ref erence U made for mora particularity. Terms of Sale Ou a credit of seven months: purchasers to give notes with two sufficient securi ties: lien retained ; redemption barred. This Sep tember V, lau. R. J. BLACK. Clerk and Master. C. F. Vance. H. K. Avery. Myers & Bneed, Gantt A Paitemon, ttojicitora. HAPPY In the Sneeesa of our Cheap Sale or Cntrlramed Hats, La rtleV and Hisses' Derby s, and Children's Xobbjr Hats, we will continue onr l ow I'rleea in this Department, and begin n Sale throusrhont the Store at eye-opening prices. On Mon day we offer Sff different styles leather Turbans at $3. r6 different styles beantlrnl Trimmed lints and Hounet at 93. no different styles Kle-snt Trimmed Hats and itonneta at SIO. 9 m N lew good Clovess 7tte. three-button A few Gloves, kl. good tone-button tilood double-fold Cloth, SOc. all wool Elaek Satin Slervellleux, M. I'nre I.lncn Collars, Sc. e"NpccinI Display and Expo sition of Silk Wraps, Silk aud Laea Wraps, Jet and Lace Wraps, Cloth Wraps, at very Low Prices. M. & E. G. KREMER & CO. D11KKSM .1 !a INK NI STEAMBOATS. FOR CAIRO AND ST. 1XJU1S. St. I.onl aud Vloksbnrg Anchor Line IT. a. Mail FOR CAIKO AND ST. LOUIS. , City oi" Alton, .fS. Bixby, master. s?9trfcr Will leave Anchor Line whariboat iillo i)Ai, Oct. 12h, at 5 p.m. For frcitht or passage rppiy "' L. H l.l. Pss.'r Agl. Ai S'lOKM. Sup t. FOR LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI Southern Triiusnarlailnn Line For Cuiro r.vausviiie, ijotui 1 1 ie uiiu v.iuciuiiuu so-nuiur oItfeu Crown, Shinkle master. Leaves as above THIS DAY, Oct. Uiu, al Iz m. For freight or passage apply oa whariboat to AD fS'lllKM. Aecnt. FOR ST. IRANCIS RIVER. FOB ST. FRANCIS ltlVEK. Until further notice the light-draft sti-amcr O. K. Joplin master A. L. Banning i n ra Will leave Memphis EVEKY I LtriDAY .MNM at .i o'clock, for MarUr.na, the Cut-on aiid inter mediate landings direct. 1 or freight or passage apji'y on boiril yr to '!','.mi'm? 'Vi'm'i'w..Vm FOR OSCEOLA. Tri-Weehly V. S. Mall 1'acUet For Ran fiolph. Fulton, Osceola and way landing. Coahoma, r.'-f Henry Cooper. ...master Wm. Smitheis. i u-ia Will leave Mem:hla every MONDAY, WEDNES DAY and FRIDAY', at & p.m. For ltiformauon ap ply on board, or ts No. s Msdisnn street. LEE LINK STEAMERS. l,ec I. Ine For tilemlnle aud UTelena Going through to Friars Point ou Saturday sir. liene Msi4riiij', .riTr! E. P. Crider master 1 G. Wnsh. Fi " . ir...".i-iV:k Will leave ss above EVERY T U ESDA Y, Til U BS- DAY and SATURDAY, at ft p.m. Ollice. No. 3 Madison strecu For trflenaahe, BrU-aaaail friars Puiut. Stack Lee, master Whitlow, clerk.sKSSsS will leave as above oh every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY aad FRIDAY, at 4 p.m. Office. No. 2 Madison street. FOR COTTONWOOD POINT. For Cottonwood Point, Mo., and all Wav Land ings steamer TIOEU, rn Flowers master (Neil Booker... cieik Will leave TUESDAYS and SATURDAYS, ata p.m. For freight or imssiigc apply on bnnrd. FOR ARKANSAS CITY. Memphis and Irkausas Cily Packet Co. Adams U. S. Mail Lille For Helena, Friars Point, Concordia, Terrene, Arkansas City and Pine Blufi K. B. The tine Passenger Steamer l:A ADAMS, M. K. Cheek master A. L. Cummins clerk Leaves every MONDAY and THURSDAY, at 5p.m. For inforinstioil armlyst No Mndison street. FOR WHITE AND H1ACK RIVERS. UII.T IIAKKV I.INF. Memphis While and Black Itlver 1!. S. Mail Packet, For Indian Bay, 3t. Charles, Clarendon, Devalls Blufi', Des Arc, Augusta, Jaeksonport, Searcy, Batesville, Powhnttan, and 1-ocabonuia, The new ana elegant steamer Josie Marry, M. R. Harry. Master On and after September 3d will leave Mem phis EVERY' SATURDAY, at 5 P.m., connecting direct with the new Black river U. S. mail packet MILT HARRY for Powhaltan and locahontas, and with Daily Packets to Batesville and Upper White river. Through rates to all points. Freight consigued to Milt Harry Line, Memphis or Terrene, will be promptly forwarded. Office, No. 5 Madison s'.revt. R. w. I.IGKXSl'RSK. Agent, 7 Monroe St. Memphis&WMteRiverPacketCo H;nlir Intteeiirtt Meoiplilfi nnd White Hirer Farkri ior AueiintR, 3tt-ksoniirt, Boarry, ami Way Foin 1iTe Regular Indepciui (le.it l'arktt HAKI CASH, I. C. Postal master I C. Postal... Will leave Memphis EVERY' WEDNESDAY, from July 18th. at 5 p.m. For freight or passage apply to .1 T WASHINGTON. A sent. !rt Madison LIQFOUS. IMPORTER AND DF.ALKB IN Wines, Liquors, A1JD CIGARS, 322 Front St., Between Mnnrofl and 1'nlon. Memphis KKWAKD. 500 ISewarri. WE will pay the above reward for any case ol Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, teirk Htadaene, Iodi genUon, Constipation or Costiveness we cannot cure with West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when the r-irvc-tions are strict! v complied wi-h. They are surely. Vegetable, and never IaH to (rive satisfaction. Sugar-coated. Larie boxes, containing ii ji-ls, 7h ceuta. For sale by all druKUts. Beware of conn ten'eita aud iiitimtkitis. The ppimine manufao tnred only by JOHN C. WK-ST'A CO., "The HU Makers," lsl and 1KJ W. Madison street, ;hicago. Free trial package sent by mail, prepaid on re tpt of a !v-cent ftamp. For sale by A. Bcnkurt, (in Wnin itns't Votnr.hU LaKaAL. Kvecntor's Xoticc. THE undersigned having been appointed Execu tor of the estate of John Kagau, deceased, no tice is hereby given to all persons indebted to said state to come forward aud settle: and to those to Whom said estate is indebted, to iile their claims with me, duly probated, within the limeprcscriiied bv law, or the same will be forever barred. Sepu . IsM. IwpiII JOHN UOAlil'K. FTii-ntor. THIS PAPER M AY IlR FOUNT) ON FILE AT UKO. s. IIOtVKLI.k S Ulirrsn till SiPlltlOK newspaper AtFtritisIn Ins; -TRKKI I, Will UK Al- faKTisiNO i.n.stmciii uty ln vaadtt toe it s learn 32!j Bbw&BbwbT MS aiS jb in gsssa 'H3 JOM V TAHBAUB OF N.B.0ur Department for Children's Clothing Boys and Girlsis not excelled in New York. We are now introducing a New Health Corset; also, Satin-covered French Corsets atlowest prices. EEB & CO IX STORE AND TO ARRIVE: 300 barrels choice Michigan Apples. 1 car Chicago Cabb&Ke, 2U0 carrels Wisconsin Onions, 2 cars choice Potatoes, 2u0 sacks Red Peanuts, luO sacks White Peanuta, 10U barrels Dried Apples, f0 barrel Driel Peaches, 100 bosea Evaporated Apples, 1 car K rout barrel tt and half barrels. 300 batrpls Apple Vinegar, 1 car Cider barrels and half barrels, 500 boxen Factory Cheese, 2 cars I'ickics barrels, naif barrels ana teaa, 1 ear Oatmeal, Cracked Wheat, Pearl Barley, ."SO tubs tine Creamery Butter, 200 tubs Choice Dairv Butter, 50 tubs Cooking Butter, 1 car Green Peas, Beans and Cranberries, EKE GO 3tS Front St., Memphis). OVERWIIELMIXG naff i mi i iff raincn m m a m Mils ni ii mnm i nn H.Heia ins U UlBkaaESau&a saa sal M a M . M Bd CtSaat9l BT tESS 'SaT liJ Immense Crowds Delighted With Our Grand Display Interesting and Profitable News to All! For this week we will make a Grand Offering of 500 MEN'S STYLISH BUSINESS j SUITS, at tlie Extremely Low Prioe of $12 50 per suit. They were pnrchasodby onr' Resident Buyer in New York at an immense sacrifice (and Just Arrived1, and we in tend to give the public tho benefit of this low purchase. Nothing like it has ever been seen. These are the Most Startling Bargains, which will set all competition at defi ance. If you contemplate purchasing a Goo 1 Ileliablo Business Suit, do not fail by all means to examine them. Workicgmen, Business Men and Mechanics, we strive to get your trade; we are anxious to have it, and if good goods and low prices will bo an inducement to you, we are confident our aim will bo fully realized. We ask tho particular attention of the Ladies to our BOYS' AIID CHILDREN'S CLOTHING DEPARTMENT, which has been enlarged and redecorated. Our stocli this season far surpasses anything we ever before attempted. Our Mr, HARRY COIIN has spent nearly a month in selecting these goods from tho best manufacturers. We have gone into these goods largely this season, antl will stow an Unrivaled As-! sortment of the Nobbiest and Loveliest Children's Clothing ever exhibited anywhere,1 and at such Low Prices that will really astonish you. tfone should purchase their Boys' and Children's Clothing without inspecting our stock and comparing , prices at the . ' GREAT WESTERN HARRY COHH, MEMPHIS, TEML The Several Railroads Centcrinc; at Memphis have Agreed to Run Excursion Train; ox to Ba:EsiiaiE3E3CE Tickets to be Sold at Low Rates on that Date, Good on all Passenger Trains. Ticket Good to Return by any train until and on Monday, October j i: sm I in. A. J. VIENNA, IMPORTER AND DEALER IX Gtm, It i lies, Pistols, Ammunition and Fishing Tackle, 345 Main street, Memphis.Tenn. TYPE FOFXORY. I- 1 1 A. TV KI.1N TYPE FOUNOKY, 168 fine Strrrt, Cincinnati, Ohio. ALLISON, SMITH & JOHNSON. The typo on which chit paper la firlDted la from Lha above Foundry. li. a pi-ka u PtlMBKBS. J. W. X. BROWNE, Gas, Pipes, Water Pipos, Sewer Pipes, Lead Pipes, Plumbers' Brass Work, Plumbers' Iron Goods, Gas Fixtures and Fittings. Good Work. Low Prices. Wind Mills for Pumping. Tele-phone Orders to BROWNE, the PLUMBER. 40 MMditMtn Kl- ltiinlii. JLcltOUTII.LIFK A CI.ARlit rOMMIKNlOX MERCHASiTN, IV o. 7 I.nNulIci St., a-alearo. III.. Kooim 5. .KA1NAND PH.OVIFIONS BoiiKht. fUilil amH'ar rifi mi Marvali.ii i.n :HII'ArO HOARD or TRAIK. ar Kuler lo liUo and Lcathvr Nalioual bauk. ChJuaao. WHOLESALE OMHfflG HOUSE i Slid CfiiMB-lasBBcii s o licite ft S.VENDIG, 259 MAIN ST.j 3V.IL COITXTKY OROF.KS PROMPTLY FII.T.FI. SUCCESS OF OUR GRAND OFFERING OF PROP. : : : 227 II I STi i WHOLESALE t& Our business in St. Louis has increased to such an e tent that it makes it a physical impossibility to carry t both houses. Any order we may be favored with, ' have our prompt attention. A Full Line oi' Samples of our St. Louis Stocl kept at our former store, 296 MAIN STREET, lEtl' KENTUCKY MILITARY INS7 AT I'llinilll.K P.O. lit VKKI.IM ',.. Iiil ami liiaiiiutil lnoatlnii In iliu S:atc. A full ami any nnn-vlaaarulU'ca. lliuly kevoiith yrai brniua sa auoo 1 M mi MAIN STREET. a taruiua KY., Blxmllca from $ al In lllek' r heulrmber ftl IOL. M. 1 a H STYLES ! i i ! i r ACTORS 4 Tenn.