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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-SATURDAY, OCTOBEE 15. 1SS1.
(11 UPLI DIRECT SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THEIR & cififtrt -V&1IK OF- COSTUMES II Mill ,u,n una.nal care lo lliis Uopartmenl I hi- wwa. and an "ely saj that, at no m previous this. the stoeU been so larelnllr Selected, both in scjlca awl Price. Talle' Silk anil PlusU Costume, Cnlic Silk and Velvet Costumes, Ladies' Silk and Wool Costumes, Ladies Wool Suits, blisses" and Children's Silk Suits, blisses and Children's Wool Suit, Ladies l'liish Iolmans, Ladies Silk loluians, Ladies Cloth mid IMush Ioliuans, Ladies Cloth Cloaks, Misses and Children's Cloaks. From 2 lo IS Year, EVERY STYLE, VARIETY AND PRICE. B.Lowenstein HAYING DETERMINED TO Quit and Wiad-Up Business I AVE HAVE MARKED ALL H GOODS I AT ACTUAL COST. ThU i a fixed and tirui resolve effect at as earl- WAUL PAPER. DEAN & CARROLL, Paints and Oils, Window Glass, Wall Paper, Window Shades, Etc. 34S BAIN STREET, MEMPHIS. KF. AI, EST ATE A GEM S. W. A. Wlieatloy, Real Estate Agent AND ATTORXE1; 31 Main Mreet, Walker lilwk. n EM PH 1 TlHi ESSEE dJ. A. STOYALL, BKOKEll, Real Estate and Rental Agent, XO. SS H AI STREET. il. h. SELDES. O. B. PARKFR. SELDEN & PARKER, Heal Es'tate and Rental Agents, 2S5 Main St., Memphis, Trim. " 'om:r-"ndenre nolicink Jobs Ovsrtom, Jr. C. N. Gkosvenor. OVERTON & GROSVENOR, Real Estate Dealers AGENTS Al mtOKERS, OFFICE, 204 SECOND ST.. X. H. Cor. Kecondi and fonrt, MEMPHIS, : : : : : TENNESSEE. KEAL ESTATE BOlTliHT AND SOU), TAXKS rft'd. Ren- f'olUwfc-d. et. on rotnmii''! . FOK SALE OK It EM'. "7".l.r ABLE I'LAXTATIOX In Tuiiirai-ounty. Mi., inlitiiintr.;; acres', ktlou u a tlie Avant plantation. Applvio W. S. IMNi'Y H "l'v Xirlni'. Misi. lEItSOAl CISTERNSClealii'!. Ri-puirr-il mill warntlltl, or I nil -linrv. THi fTKItlNs. I I .,.!wm i TO EX-TII AM. K. : N'U'E COTTAtiK In ai-onntnr villai-fora nt-iilrni-e or rtu-uut property iu tin- rily or Mib urbs; will niLy uiuVreuoe in i-aslt. Albinos J I'll.l . i-nrv this nlU.-. H4KnS AM IMIAKO. DKSIHAHI.E KlKM.f,trni.lioloruiiliirnlsN-l. with boar. 1, at tlie I'onlr.il Hoiim. U Aii&liis tnft. Alvi. day bonritiTH Hlik'l. I.TRXItillK.1) J1 atrel, hel RWMrt Forniit, !U Ni. 41 Flltli i. n lint' of Sln t'l KuilroHii. ROOMS Two r"rulorwtlc rooind. with ho.nl. MRJ. .1 H 'X. I4 Asiniil m New iloods! Low Prices! I. GOLDSMITH & Bros Have Jiut opened a New Blurc at NO. 348 MAIN, wrrn a kkjmu line of DRY GOODS! CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOiES, HATS, HUMSH1XU GOODS, Etc., Wuli h th-T will at-11 at prtccj to ult tliu timta. rtpeeial altliUUOll U called U liie kUa-k of BOOTS, SHOES, SLIPPERS, Etc nought at 11ALF PRICK from tlie lata Ann ol nl.ri.li A Co.. which we will .ell at enrnniioudliiKly rt H To" "'kh 10 "AV11 MN1Y lu Buy. lug Uood (rood. CLeap, call at I. OohlNiuith fc ISroM. 84Q 3Vrix Street, pit- . .IUrHIt,TU13 .113 UIIUU &Bros PLffl FIRES ofouraud will Ie carried iulo a day as possible. SIEIiniAXT TAILOKIXG. The Oak Hail Clothing House, Xo. 351 Main Street, HAS APIKD A J'mhant Tailoring Department Its ihfir FHlaUllslimonl, ami will make a herially in Mnkfutr Mt lo Ortlrr for k.'i aol upward. They fasari.(e aat- ifaellon. IIAKUWAICE. DWARE -AND- mware Headquarters for Steel Bnrbel PENCE WIRE, ltelttnjc. Kopo, Cotton Balance, (iRiNf Trap, il Cliain, Iron 11 pr. Machinery Fixtures. JAfSLS St GRAHAM WAGONS. Nos. 310 and 312 Front St., Memphis, - - Tennessee. JI . II r sl'CiNii WA1ION Would I'XihanKi-for J good horse. Address V Appeal ollice. HOKSK-A liuc younn; llorso. Is not afraid of 4 is. A ladv can drive anvwhero. Jmiuirc ill .lull X Hl'NX'S iSTABLK, Ailimw street. ) O i OKt.KA S(S -LOT 7'.'xl'.l7. J 1 l.al Hernando-lot WXJ0. ". Mal'HWisi -lot ."rflxK'. I'.i'i I'mnoloe lol ,'illxlC.s. I V Thin! lid :!V1 U7 Kiiili (CinNiul lol STxil. s7 Silt;wa'. S7x7 1. -!! and iu Vain e lot '0xl''". J -l IicmiUi lol .".cxlrii. " Aery lot :lxlsll. '.''. Ileinando lot V!i'l. !'t and rxcliJnee Kx. :ij eiu! 1 Allen avi-ir.n'. I niou 1 : kniii. Ilou-e 7 roiun-;, - acie t'ound oil Walker avenue." House, corner lieoniia anri KoiaUuOn aV(?- Hue lot ixixji'l. Hun-' on Kmidoli h road, near Brick t nuivii -lol 7"xliSi. House 011 ilo'ilt vard. neur lnulnp. Sp etlilld place of It Hen-, llcnr clly. Vacant lot in city and snbui"!'. Omutrv 1 niK'rtv. M. K. t 'ON A WAV, Kcil fclale AkciiI, No. Main IH. 10ks mi ii:t line -J year-old Roes, in forty k hcttt varieties a,:d in fresii, iKonius henitli. :ii 1m p-r dorcn. Xtw istlWwine for planting ut h oi' in our climate. 1'nve (i.ie.-v it our ollice, t Main sired, and you will have leami'i,' ise-s, :he linn of awing. W KM I'll ISJ' l.OKA L Cm. II ot'sK lioice Main irifl house, renting for (" per uiniubt. Will iay HI h.t cent, net 'in liivcMineut OVKUIOX A i.UOSVFNoRAtf.nls v i 1' lUKllofsK -One J slory hrick slorelioilM. lti.1 M:iiu '.reei.at a laii;:iin; lot .'7l..xS. If not Mild ilciy Miilmi thirty iliiys, will then he sold 10 the Llj;n.-"1 hiddcr lor cash on the th f Xo iCWlHT. SKLl'KX Jt I'ARICKR. 1RH K-lty nvi Kiiaranl.vd. r or rail. ;eantlty and nuality O. II. P i'U'Kfc. L'v! Front at. HIKAPt'OW HOl l lotion need Hulla, ueuer than common hay ,.nd at lesathaii one thirvl Iheiuut. Iy in winter tui.ply while you can ret thcin. For sale by rlTV OIL Wo RKS. RESIDKXt'Fji FOR 8A1.K. lyj (irroll avenue, near Poplar. ;C77 Linden, mr Cynthia at reel. 177 Alahaina strwt cheap. INI Hernando, near Linden. 4.1ii Vance, near Orleans. 'ri l'out4itHa. near lonierdale. M Maralmll avenue, near Cliarleatou depot. liesoto, near Vance, heoideiuv, MOKhelhy, uear HullliK. triw til,-ely luipmved. White Station. Tn . vaiit home. opp. R. M. Mason. U0 acres well Improved, Wylhe, llavsvllle. M h 10 acres. KoH Malum . ueatly'iuipmvud. .; acres well Improved and watered, full of fruit and bi-rriea, near Louis, and Xaah. R. R. tUnidcucc loin on llealc and lluderdaie, Topp plaoo; also on Vance and Linden. W. A. WIIKATLEV.Wl Main. PI A SO-A flue koM.-iKid I'laiio, lar'alne. 7-o.r. Uvo. ln-atiy new; cu Oe keen at Hulleu benr'a Munic liouhe. ErilKKXCE At Buiityn station. Ave aciwa, Hooa nonao and good on. hard. Apply lo t 8 L Mta)RK. corner Hemaudo aiuV Vance atree tf. lOOD DWEI.LIXrt IT In due iKiuare ol utreet cani. For a ORGILL BROSCO '"JJTboyi place, with lb or 'M acre, ol laud, apply at uutKT cm- We invito ait inspection of the I.anre'it and Best Asaortmeiit of IM PORTKD CLOTILS. CAS1.MKRE.S and SUITlNliS to be found at any Tailoring Establishment in tlic Still tiniest. " We keep nolhiiii; but Imported Oooda, Sample sent on application. HURRAY A RIlXiELY, 3S Madison Street, Memphis. AMCSE3IEXTS. JEl'BKIK'H THEATER. JOHEPH BROOKS. Proprietor and Manager 6RAXD MATINEE TO-DAY. ft O'CLOCK AND LAST PERFORMANCE. C. D. HESS ACME OPERA CO. WILL PRESENT OLIVETTE. "Xo Performance to-night, the Company leav ing after Matinee, by Special Train, for New Or leans at 5 o'clock. OCTOBKR 17 Chnrlof teThom;on Hf SHOW-CASKS For use at the Fair next ZiJ week. Apply to R. G. CRAIG, Secretary. S1 ITUATIOX By a nrst-cla&s saw-mill man- Country preferred. Crtod reierencea iven. Address lu. C, this ofliee. i r LARORERS To work on the Rosedalu LJV Levee, Bolivar county, Miss. Day or sta tion work. Wages, i- per day. Apply on works. P. F. LA Ml!. Contractor. CAPITAL, An active business man, with some capital, to take ail Interest ill a valuable in vention of undoubted merit; Inexpensive and simple; will be in great demand. Address, for one week, PATENT, Memphis, Teiin. BOARD Two furnished rooms: for man, wife, child and servant. Must be centrally located or convenient to streetcars. Address A., lliis office. FT N I' KSK Colored preferred. Apply, Im mediately, at ti.i iiiA pi itr.r.i OITUATION By a stenographer, as comsiKiiid- KJ ng c erk. Address T. W. B , Jk.. Appeal ollice. QITl'ATIOX By a Xo. 1 business man and ac O countaut; has an extended acquaintance in Memphis and vicinity; can make himself useful. Address II.. care ApKal ollice. ITtOl'R OR FIVE SOLICITORS For thv Hoiist ? holders' Mutual Kcneht-tKire Insurance) Aso ciation. Inquire at Xo. 9 Madison st., down stairs. J. II. OX KY, (iencral Manager. T7 VERY BODY TO KNOW That the llonsebold Hj cr' Mutual Association can insure property at half the price charged bv the old Insurani ecoin panics. J. H. OXKYtieneral imager. STl'DFXT HKI.P A few more young men at tending school at LeMoyue Institute would lie glad to work mornings and evenings for board. Apply to the Principa', Jl Orleans street. SITCATIOX In a grocery store by a young man ot live years exi-.irieiu:e, and is willing to work. Ad.ire-ss j. A fCl To BORROW 5IUUU for one vear on OlUUv) lirst morlgnge. Address w J. K.. Aiii'l(.ftice. DRE.SSMAKERS MRS. s. M WAKING. Linden street. CARPF.XTERS Five or six giaid carpenters. J Apply b JOHN RE1D, at Louisville Dcikii, "bet ween Second aud Maju stieets. Ml'LES Fortv good milled, froia hitcen u fif teen and aiiali hands high, from six to eight V-ars old. J- A- FtlKREST. No. id Monroe street, Memphis, Tenn. TUVVELING SAI.KSMAX-Ilya large Newport Wholesale Clolliing llou'e. an exrarieneed traveling salesman for the Stale oi Alabama. Only such need apply as hale heretofore traveled lor a wholesale i lolhiujr house, as no other applicants will be answered. A.ldn ss p. 0. Box in. STATION New ork city. OCCUPANTS f or nbi-'v funiislied rooms: for gentlemen or families. Ai.o ;ly biiard'rs wanted, At 104 Wr Ri'SjIU;KT. A CC( MKN'aND'.'hW tHAMS 1UUU To work on C. O. and S. W. R. R. uate Padueah and "Memphis). Wages from $1 : to $ ii er day. Plenty of giaid station work at l.i to 17 ceiS ia-r yard. Transportation will be fur nished free from Memphis or Padueah to the end i . ., i ,,..r..T,imi.ln A mil V Oil WOrll. oi iiwn a iin iiipm"", .- . , lietween Covington and Dyersburg, or at the teed Store of W. J. CHASE 4 CO., No. 1N1 Main rlreet, Memphis. DI NAV ANT. KELLY A Pi WR. D AIRYMAN Ouo who midcreiamls ilie m?i- J OK ICEAT. HOI'SE l-vt Misbv sireet: S roiTms, in got. i or der. Applv U)C. Ma.-sba!l. corner W inches ter avenue and Mosby, or to Joliu Diillie, No. 7 t'-j Second streetChebei. H OUSE Xo. is;; Carroll avenue: 7 rooms, wi.h j all improveineins; m kiwi ooot. ei". " ED. STACK. Adams st OUtEA neatly funiished house, within five blocks ul Court sotiare. AU'iiess l!. E. M., Apjieal ollice. Un-RXISHED ROOMS Without fcoart. for Ron J? tleincn; also, furnished airtmenu, and ki'.cheii for small family, at mi Jctlerson street. C COTTAGE Five room3 aud outhouse. Apply J at 'J10 Vance street. D WELLING 101 Market slrcet; six rooms; re cctitlv repaped. Apply to WM. Ill'MHlIREYS, 2S4 Front st. 311 VANCE ST!; S rooms; fine order. IKi farroll avenue; rooms. Ill Vance. 4'i Jones avenue. iSH MonriM.'. ::c Vtnrc. 77 Orleans street; furnished. j 61 Adams street. 1 Rooms over Second stret I. i Store and Rooms 1 or. Wiithiuaioii hikI second I slrevts; N. W. comer. I Ollice over " L-idy's." Mam street. Bedrooms, eorn'T Monroe and Front. Stole ;47 Main street, store ::::i Main street. SUire and Konnis, corner Beiile and Turley. siord and R.joms, corner Shelby aud South. 4:nj M He Vsin street. Rooms in Waldran. JIarbert and Strallon Blocks, Main street. Store, comer Ailiims and Second streeis. H. L. (il'lON. Agent. 1 Madison at. OFFICEti Two liiindsome nnd desirable front olbces: plenty of light: suitable for cotton or brokers' olliecs. 11 FNIoN, )a-t. Front and Main. rpWO FINK SSTOKKIIOi'SES-witn fixtures, and 77 Bealc street, bv SKI.Dt-N ill I A Klv r K, V 1 Main street. XT1CELY FL'RNISHED K'KIMS- i V.tt DESOTO S TREET. HL'tX'SHED ROOMS At 111'. Court. MR-i. C. P. FREEMAN. c OTTAt;E No. liu,i.r..';'.lo street. Apply to S. t . Tisil A t'o., ! est c o,.r: st-eet. IOOM Large furnished rtioin. , at W Madison street. IIOOMS Eiegiuitlv funiisi.e.1 rfxunsat Magnolia i Block, conitr Front and I'liinn. Imiuireat 3M MAIN STREET. 1"1AN0S Several ia.d Second-hand Pianos for rentchear; will rent to m bonis or colfc ees in the eountrT. at H. ti. HOl.i.EXUEit'i S. I OOMS Nicely furnished, at S Main slrcet. OTT ON- VA i; E 1 1 0 1 S E 1 ro in" li rst "of rieptem J bcr. Apply lu OVERTON & GR0SVht'O2.'.J-l Sccend st li Kvil lll-'XI 'NS Piiinli stm't- S rufiUll. MINOR MERIWETHER. I PIIOTOtiEAHil ulM KRY Ovor 2il Main st. COTTAiKS-Seviral flotiniMe C(;ta(;os on VVal- kor avi utio. iniHietliHU'ly on strL-t car Hue, mar my n sidi'iu'e. HtBro in tin? onier, with g hh! wak r and ftuMU'tem KrMitiU fur :irloiiint; purposes, and vry i-ouvcnieut (o Slate FVmnie roj r'c. mio if the plrtcs WHS ov-ciipk! by Ilt-nry Muoru Floral ami l'U'ftsurv (ianlt n. ami uotot-l-r itK-atlon tan v found for Mich bi..sinea. Also, OUWi tkivX fcUx'piiig-rooms in henow Blo,k, on I'nioo utixvt. tl'Viina-rofnnsovcra,.'2 Miiin strttt, and one fiue OHiCa! in c;tton Kxchanjce. runiiT MaUjU and Front hlnv.i;. Ap; ly nt UuiuIi: - JOSEPH LKlOV,. Xj"lJKT-r.AS.S ti DM KRY AM) lOMMISHtON t H(TSK, Nos. :i71-37;i; also, rooms up-Mains, rornor Slain ami Oayoso streets. Apply to Sledge Bnw., Cm, Kifc., or A. C. A A. H. YriF.nWFT X f'O fity. 1500 bay; ("oflcc. 1000 liris HeUtictl Sugars. 1000 Tcs., ltitokets au.l TJn Pails Fnir- hunk's ljird. SO!) lirls. Silver Moou Flour w Pro- ess. 200 lrl. Rojal Tiitent Flour. 500 hrls. Flour ditlerciit kinds. 50 Tit'rres Hums. 500 hlf. brls. w Mackerel. 2000 kits New Mackerel. 100,000 lbs. Cumtr, Stick and Fancy. 10.000 eases imported and American Sar dines, Pickles, Salmon, Oystors, Peaches, Tomatoes, .Mackerel, Lob sters, llriimly-Peaches, Rramlj llierries, Kte. 1000 bairs haniltirJ(ed and liinchitie cleaned Virginia, and Tennessee Peanuts. 1000 bags Suts Almonds, Itrazil, Pe fans, Wulu'i s, etc. 500 lilf brls and lit is. Oat meal, cracked WSeat, Hai ley,rabaiu Flour, etc. 500 bxs. Raisins, Prunes, Citron, etc. 200 bxs. New Cream Cheese. 50 brls pure 40-grrain Yinesrar. 100 fcss, Sa:e, Hops, Corn Starch, Rice Flonr, Tupiorn, ete. 50 brls. and Halves iireen a. Clark's Cider. 200 ba" Hairy and Small Pocket Salt. LOCAL rARAUKAPILS. The Hess Opera company will not play to-night. A marriage license was granted yester day to W. E. Clark and Miss M. E. Vasser. The Land league of this city have given $163 more to the fuud for the suffering Irish. Mr. August Schleiss, first violinist of the Hess company, died yesterday at Nash ville. Vauce street, from Orleai.fi to Lauder dale, is being paved. Wel.lir.gtou, from Vauce to lieale, will soon follow. F. Y. Anderson, Quartermaster-Sergeant of the Porter liuards, has gone to Little Kock to make preparations (or the Memphis Miss Charlotte Thoiupsou will play the I'lanler's Wife Montl-iy, Tuewlay anrl Wednes day nights' of neitweek; Jane Eyrt Thurs day, anil avU Jyane Friday. The na!e of sealH uefriaa this morning. Mr. Black, Chauctry Clerk, will nell sev eral pieces of property at noon to-day at the courthouse. The Nevills residence, on Third Btreet, ia included in to-day'a sales, wliicll will embrace gcvernl country places. T. P. Lewis, Magistrate, was indicted yesterdar by the Grand Jury for embezzle ment, the true bill charges him with hav ing appropriated four dollars which he ia charged by law to collect for the State, the money being State tax upon criminal and civil cases tried by him. 'Siiuire A, 1'.. Ellis is the chief witness against him. Last night Mr. llessen, the druggist on Poplar and Bull Kuu street, telephoned to Mr. Stewart, night station-keeper, to send a policeman out to his neighborhood, as there was a negro named John Williams there try ing to sell a cow and calf. Turnkey Baker went ont in citizen's drees, and meeting the darkey, asked him what he would take for the co'w anil calf. The lellowsaid $18 at first, but came down to $", and then tire officer came down on him. Williams was taken to the stationhouse, and while being taken in made a break and ran up the alley across the street. Officer Baker shot at him, but missed him, and giving chase captured him on Second and Jefferson. PEKSOiSALS. Colonel E. W. Colf., the railroad king, is at the Peabody. W. C. Crcm. forerunner of (Joup's Great bhow, was in the city yesterday. Colonel Tkomas IIcnton and wife a.re visiting Mr. and Mrs. Klzey Mcacham. Tracy's invitations for social gatherings are rectiving deserved praise from our society people as specimens ol artistic punting. Rev. Edgar Oroain and bride returned to the city yesterday. Mr. Orgain will re sume service nt Grace Church to-morrow. Marianna (Ark.) Index: Mr. V: II.;Darhy, of Spring Creek township, brought iu a fine bale of cotton a few days ago, which was picked and prepared by his industrious wife, Mrs. S. E. Darby. Said cotton is now in the store ut Jacob Suaul, anil will be by mm shipped soon to Memphis, to be entered there at the t air lor the premium. Xashvillb World: "iay before yester day Mr. W. H. Randall, a nephew of Sena tor jfarris, was married, at Trenton, to Miss iirace Currey, daughter ol A. h. Jurrey formerly an efficient Superintendent of Schools for Gibson county. Miss Currev is niece of Dr. Currev and of Mrs. lr. V. P. Jones. A reception was given the couple at the residence of Mr. 1. L. Gleaves, Wednes day night. Mr. Kanilall is an enicient mail agent on the Northwestern Road. II OTtlL AI11S1V 4E-S. Fenbudj llolel B. allwway A cj ., rniprivivn. This Hotel is furnished with a sleam Dassencer elevator, electric bells, and is first-class in every ueparinieui. X S Speyer, Lexington C A Gardiner, St. Louis H Ra -heoe, N Y - J W Buchanan, Texas - P Dunn, Forrest City .1 P Jones, Little Rock W M Stowart.Forrest City W C Cruni.Oiup's eiicus J M Howell. La Kd Oliver. Tenn I John THall, X O 11 c Ixsgncreux, X Y i a nrooKS, Brownsville H K Allen, Indianapolis (i A Wiiliains, N o II E Mvers. Indiananolis lieo Hooker, Delta II II AHdcrsoll, X .1 Hugo Hclburn. X V II Hyames, N Y S Robhius, Ciueimiati J Butler jr. N Y J K Miller, X Y F w liuning. N - E W Cide. Tenn B A Cole, Tenn V Davis, Coup's circus .1 A llunler. N Y I' S Jones, Toledo .1 Powell w, tirenuda R P Keelv, Bolivar K 11 Benarv, N V S l.nndee, Horn Uike R D Wood, Chatuinooea H E Fleming Little Rock W II 11 Helivaurd. Teim W M Price, Mt Adnms c II West, f inciniiiiti A B C'arev, V S A. DC W H Harrison, r S A R C i lurke i w, Verona Miss M Armstrong. Miss .1 L Reynolds, Miss C B Coiver. IMltiir.ore John (iilliani, I Harry Colyer, Baltimore 0 W attson, Philadelphia. UaslOD'n Hotel October l llh. T E I'pshavv. Bolivar A 1. Smith, Chicago J T Mi-Cull. Miss i II Wharton, Teim X o Keek. Aslilftinl. Miss E f. llurris, Austin, Miss J jn ciure. Austin j i) Hardeman and wife II K west, Marion. Ark W II CarwUu. Teim A Ron-dale. Mi's I' West, Kv .1 Mc.Nab, I. A X R K PrSC Me'lavoek. Ark c Ewing. Kniriklin W T Uavue. M'bfc M W tmilling. Ark R E Sieger, SomeTviile F W Scruggs, Ala .1 T Hayes, i ind Junction Little Ri k V c Cunningham, citv S M Weaver. M L li i V. H Hiirdin t wife, jtith- ?iiond. Ltd W l.ingard, London, E115: A 1 naming ite wile. Ky T M Dyi-r, oinen ilie F Williams, Soraerv P C Smith and w ife. Va T B Slmighter and niece, shreveport. La ' A Lees. St Louis W T Dickersoii. Ashland " H HiKlge, G .t O R R E W Barrow, Chappaqiia .1 S Kaich, Ky W A Hudson, Tenn. IVrEKESTTMJ. To People 011 the Tine of tlie Memphis anil ChnrleHton Kailroncl Colliun'N ;rent Excurtiion lo Now Orleans, Tlmrd!y, Xov. 1, 1"H1. JCSX THINK Ol' 1UE KATtii: Grand Junction to O. and return. .$ 7 50 Corinth to New Orleans and return 10 00 Itika to New Orleans and return 11 30 Ctillitrville to New Orleans and return. 9 20 And Irosi all ether stations in proportion. And all tickets good in return 011 regulur (rains for TEN DAYS. People from the above and other station? on the M. and C. Railroad will procure their excursion tickets at Grand junction. . .SIX'CES.SJ Sri'CESS! SUCCESS! Lenbrle Bros.'s (Jreat Closing Sale! A FittiiiK I'mnle lo Our Cnref-r iu 9trmiuiH. We feel grateful to tile Memphis public for the generous sniiiioit given us m our en deavors to close out our ENTIRE STOCK prior lo our REMOVAL to ST. LOUIS, and pledge ourselves to wli at ACTlAL COST scd offer the RAREST BARGAINS and give the FULLEST VALUE for the monev ex pended with us. WE DO NOT PROPOSE TO BE UNDERSOLD ON ANY PRE TENSE bv ANY ONE, and we are DETER MINED TO DISPOSE OF OUR ENTIRE STOCK REGARDLESS of COST or VALUE Lonbiie Bros.'s Positive Closing Sale. i'ollwts's (.'rent Excursion to New Or leans, Thursday, Jo v. lOtli. Memphis to New Orleans and return o.i!y $10 60. Sec advertisement and particulars in another column. CEOSIXO OUT My Dry (ioods Business! Owing to the demand on my time at my Clothing House, I have determined to close out my DRY GOODS BUSINESS ! Jn order to do ibis ) am now selling DRV tiOODS I DRY i00DS Itelow EitMtcrii ConIS The stuck is an extensive one. Prjces sieak louder than word . Storehouse and fixture for rent. SOLOMOV VEX DIG, 226 ...Main., Kiiriictt's Coeoaiiie Will sate the huir aiul keep U in a Urong and healthy condition, because it will stiimilaU; the roots of the hair and restore the natural action upon which its growth depends. School Rooks Retailed at wholesale prices at MANSEOKD'S. For Only 3c We set the finest meals pyer put 011 a table, at the Memphis. Loixie Seals, etc., cheapest at Hs'nerling's. School Supplies iuiudless variety, at prices satisfactory to all, at Manskird-r Titt Fair commences October ISth. Xenril Cures XcuralKialustatuilj A few drops applied kills the pin. Kew size 50 cent. G. W. Jones A Co. ageut. Tumors, erysipelas, mercurial di-eascs, scrofula ami genera! debility cured by "IV Lindsey's Blood Searcher." Clly School nooks Retailed at wholesale prices at Hans ford's. "Seixers's Liver Pills" have been the standard remedy for malaria, liver com plaint, cosliveness, etc., for fifty years. The Fair commences Oclolier ISth. No Imitation. Genuine solar-tip school shoes at Vovgeli & Co.', 330 Maiu street, corner of Union. Skinny Men. "Wella'a Health Rtnewcr," greatest rem edy on earth for impotcuce, leaHiicss, sexual debility, etc One dollur, at drugginui. MIS 9f AIDEX SPEECH. A Colored Orator Kamed Brains -Sat lown On" In the Criminal Court. Sarah Williams was un vesterdav in the Criminal Court for bigamy, and Frank Bru tus Anthony, colored, wan her attorney. He niiempieu to nase an inflammatory speech, but was summarily squelched by Judge Hor rigan, as shown in the parenthesis in An thony's speech, which was as follows: "(icntlemens of the jury, and may it please Vour UoilOr. the AtlOmeV-irioiMrnl. c.m. m 1. ,l..iir. Otis of persecuting my clients liecau.se she is oneof my color. Here the V)urt remarked to the coun sel that he should confine himself in his aruumcut to the evidence la-fore the jurj-.l Well, gentlemen of Hie jury, my clients should not be put in the peuiteutiary for marrying twice when she has not seen her husband for five years. IHere the Court amiin called the attention of the counsel to the fact that he was out of the record and must argue only the evidence introduced be fore the jury.l "Well, may it please Vour Honor and gentlements of the jury, my client should not be Bent tj the iienitentiary. when her husband had deserted her and been in the State of Arkausaw for live years. Here the Court, with much em phasis, said to counsel that he did not watit to have to call bis attention to the fact of being out side the record again. "May it please Your Honor, I am through, aud will set down." THE PORTERS' DEPAUTI KE Thin Evening., for the Drill nt juitlle Bock. The following is the roster of the Porter Guards, who leave for Little Rock at 9 o'clock this evening, accompanied by Ar nolds band : Officer. Captain, J. D. Waldran; First Lieutenant, M.B.Camp; Second Lieutenant, Kcllar Anderson; Ensien, J. i Hunter; First Sergeant, Will P. Wildberger; Second Sergeant, T. A. Lamb; Third Sergeant, E.O. Plummer; Fourth Sergeant, J. M. Hays; Fifth Sergeant, George K. F'leece; Fust Corporal, R. . Looney; Second Corporal, Harry Stone; Third Corporal. F. Y. Ander son; Fourth Corporal, George Goodyear; eecreiary ana treasurer, w. 11. fullen. Private T. C. Adams, II. C. Barrow, M. Cooper, jr., E. F. Campbell, W. A. Duncan, S. Davis, T. Do! Ion, W. M. Farabee, J. M. Faraliee, J. B. Franklin, George Goodwyn; T. B. Hunter, J. II. Hutton, J. B. Hill, J. J. Iveahy, V. C. Mosely, C. M. Mason, J. M. Proviue, L. Uedford, W. B. Royster, W. S. Rodgerson, W. G. Skipwith. W. H. Tallcv. J. B. Waggener, W. B. Winn, S. V. Wliit comb. Forty men, rank and file, will leave their armory at 8:30 o'clock, preceded by Arnold's band, march up Union to Main, up Main to toe uepot. SEKIOVS ACCTDEXT To the Noil or a Prominent Citizen Xar. row Ewie from Death. Yesterday afternoon Master Hugh Hunt, son of Mr. C. P. Hunt, of C. P. Hunt & Co., was visiting his ftiend, Master Steve Ensley, on Ray burn avenue. The lads each own "a pony, and were enjovina the eveninc in va rious ways with their ponies in the spacious grounds of the Ensley mansion. Late in the evening they concluded to hitch up Master jiugus pony to a small express wagon and enjoy a drive together. The pony behaved very well until tlie fun perhaps became mo notonous, as lar as the animal wasconcerced, and it started out for a little fun of its own. The grounds are thickly studded with larL'e forest trees, and the pony dashed among them at a speed that proved destructive to the vehicle, and nearly so to the iumaUs. Master Steve Ensley, who was driving, es caped injury Jhy jumping out just as the wagon was dashed against a tree, but Muster Hugh Hunt was less fortunate, its the wagon capsized, throwing him under it, where he lay unconscious until picked up by Mr. George Martin, who was near by at the mo ment. The little boy soon recovered con sciousness, and walked to the house, about lifty yards, where it was discovered that he had received a severe bruise over the left eye, which was entirely closed, and his riirlit hand was sprained. He also complained that bis side hurt lum, but not suiucieut to can-? anxiety. Master lluf;h ezpresd much con cern at having to return home with a black eye. rseverai lime misses were playing in a swing in the yurd at the lime, and barely made their escape from the fragments of the vehicle as the horse dashed past them within a few feet. No attention was paid to the jiony, and he amused himself by keeping up 111s stampede until the wagon wag completely demolished. CALVARY CIIl lit II ApprvarhlBK Completion Its lieaotilnl Windows nnd Ornamentation. The improvements on Calvary Church, which have been under wav lor several weeks, are approaching completion rapidly The shape of the church has been almost en- urelv changed. Formcrlv it was a square building, with a barnlike exterior. The in terior was not at all in sympathy with tlie beautilul Episcopal worship, it was too hard and loo staid. There was nothing about it to consort with the most impressive and poetic ot services. Anil yet the church had been identified with the growth oi Epi- couauanisui here. 1 he' present Rector, Dr, White, has been iu charge of the spiritual iutercsts of the church for many years, and he has woii an enduring place in the esteem 01 his people by ms many Christian virtues, It is a pleasure to record the fact that a suitable church IorTTie congregation ami tne form of worship will soon be in reatlintia, In altering the church the beat taste has been enlisted, and the result is a temple of wor ship, tasteful aud beautiful. The walls of the church have been lowered, and the roof now runs up to more of a peak than before, and is in this reniect more churchly. The central part of the building will be unosteu tatious and homelike, but at the same time elegant. Too nint h coloring in a church is inappropriate, and i!s gaudintss rather jars upon the tate. This has been avoided almost entirelv in the nave. The ceilina 13 wains coted, the iianels lieing oak probubly, and presenting a very gtateful appearance to the eye. The transept will lie more elaborate, but at the same time conscientious attention will be paid to delicacy of coloring. The ceiling has been painted a tasteful blue. A large window in the shape of a semi-circle is lo cated iu the back of the church. The tran sept is raised above the church proper, and it will of course be ornamented with all the tine carved work found in Episcopal churches. There i nothing lhat euhanve.. the beauty of a church so much as the stained window glass, which mellows the broad sunshine into the dim religious light of which the poet speaks. It is in this re spect that Calvary Church will be conspicu ously beautiful. Several memorial windows of the rael design, the enduring testimony of living friends to tiie memory cl the dead, will give the church still more an aspect of sanctity, and will clothe it with tender mem ories. In the front of the church over the daor is a beautiful aureole window, 011 which are the vnis: f'la Memoriam.. F innic Da vis, died November li, ? 87tf, aged fourteen years. She died as she had lived, in Christ."' None of the other windows have been put in yet, but it is understood that one of them has cost ?1700, and will be extremely beauti ful. There will be a representation of the ascension, and other lauulitr events of Bibli cal time. Every window will !e a marvel of stained glass. The body of the church will be neatly arranged. The pews will, of course be all that is desirable. The design pf the archi tect, Mr. Cook, has been to make it a church, and when it ia completed it will rank among the very lirst in the city in point of tasteful ornamentation and ecclesiastical architect ure. The plasterers have been busy of late on the ceiling and the sides of the transept, and their work is nearly completed. Ac cording to contract the work should be done in about two weeks, but it is hardly probable that it will be. The windows are ready to be put in at any time. The Sunday school room is almost ready for occupancy now. In a month the congregation should be at worship in the church. What tbe Appeal M ould Like to Nee. A little less dust 011 the streets. A street-scraper now and then. 'Thc Urtnd Jury give r. reason for let ting off Boulet. ' Provisions cheaper. ,The Water company deprived of its monopoly. Not so many dismissals of cases. A good amateur orchestra. Fewer divorces. .""Plenty of examinations into the books of public olheers. The confusion between the Criminal Court's and Taxing-District's jurisdiction done away with. A little eoolej- weather now aud then, especially now. Buchan's Carbolic Toilet Soap remedies chapped hands, sores, cuts, sores, etc., is a most purifying adjunct of the bath and coun teracts the odor of perspiration. Ask for Buchan's; no other genuine. Beware of worthless imitations; genuine has tlie name of the proprietors, Kidder & Laird, on each pike. Fiiea aud HusuiiisIocn. A 15c box of "Rough on RaV" will keep a house free from flies, mustiuitoes, rats and mice the entire season. Druggista. Rubber Linen-markers, 2oc, at Habcr lins . GIuIioiikc Insurance policies written and delivered at once by Murphy & Murphy, No. 6 Madi son street. Rubber self-inkers $3, at Haberii tig's. Gas Fixtm-ea. New, stylish and cheap. Fresh stock. J.W. X. Browne, t Madisou street. Fresk Oysters and Celery Received daily per express, victor u. mots, Noa. SB and 41 Jefferson btreet. Lunch Baskets. . 2,5c, 35c, 40c, 50c, 75c, $1 and 1 25 each, at Mansford's. Mitchell's Sew Intermediate kwi rapbjr, Tennessee edition, ran be bad at nook store In Ue city at one dol lar l urine; this week. FRANK M. SMI I'll. Agent. . o . Rb'BilEK BUujjie cheapest at Haberliuu'a. MIUAL NOTICES'. Pcmps and Pipes, 40 Madison street. Best Stencils cheapest at Haberling's. Shki.t. Oyoters received dailv nt tli Crystal Palace. Dr. R. It. Laski s omce aud residence. N o. 343 Main street. Tin TTiit(ia itantiat V 0"0 U.:n t . J ' Minau,,, ' . ,',(,111 nueCl Office hours from 9 to 4, daily. Lames continue to purchase their French irsets of Louis Lange, 277 Main street. k air - .,-,1 T;takiii- . .! T tul n XT-.. CO lucky, coal at Walsh's, 230 Second Btreet. Monuments, grave inclosures. lot curbimrs. cheap, at Quigley's, 432 Main, near Beale. Beak in mind shirts made at Loeb & Mook's, 235 Main streetare guaranteed to fit Bids for privileges during the coming T7a uriwlr urill Ra muvivdiI Kv Tf fl 1 t . . , " " ... ' - . . i . j ,h Ua viAlg, Secretajy, up to October 14th, at which time . i. I ,;ii . i ,i uie I'ncviuij i, a,, upuu mem. Portaline, or Tabler's Vegetable Liver Powder, is a permanent core for dyspepsia, t.iil bi.-L- l,.a,la..V,a l.:i: iui awuJv.u, " v .,.., 1, mi oillOU.SUeSS. gently rouses the liver to action, and af irds relief in all cases. For sale bv W V Wilkerson & Co. PENS. Perry & Co.'s Pens ELASTICITY UlJFORJVlnY fSnmple bo, 96 different styles of Perry's Fens&ent for trial by mail on receipt ol So cents, iole. Agents. lvison, Blakeman. Taylor & Co., NEW YORK. XFItSERY. COLLEGE GROVE Kii.nwoon. CHARLES DEN MAN, Florist, JLaolMHrlc'iir and Oren Iioiik Arehileet. WISHES to in form the public that he will carry ; on the above business on the premises late- . ly occupiud by Mr. Moore. Yards laid out. Lawns 8odded, Rtickeries constructed. Trees planted and -Flower Gardens laid otf in the most elepant style, -The sodding aud decorating of Cemetery lots a specialty. Contracts by the year at tlie most r. a-" sonAble rates. All wort guaranteed. Plans and eHtimntfR given on applirr.tion - EI.ECTKIC KELTS. ECT. SO DAYS TRIAL J3t..i. sC- Jnu. IJ. ISTIt WE WILL SEND, ON 30 DAYS' TRIAL, DR. DYE'S Electro-Voltaic AppSiances TO PufTorln fram XervonsHeakncsnpfi, On era! Debility, )ws of nerve force or vigtir, or any Uieaat rtsnltinir (mm Abi'si-3 Hnd Othf.:: C'At:iKs. or lo any one altiH't'l with KluMimh tim, Xtfural-ria, i'uniiyii. fcii ;ia1 i 'irtlev.ltior, Uidiity or Livur Trouiles, l-aine lUvU, K.iTr t'i";, ttiitl oih.-r Iisati:s i Cie Vital OruiinV. A1ki wii.mm iioublcd wiiii Crusts peculiar lo llit:!rSrX. ifiiecdy rAivx nnd romvlvto nstonUion to hc:iiUi sfUttTMntcvl. 'I lic.o ni't tlte only Ktet'trie A iiiiincH Hint lune pr l44ci cj tiMlrteZ ittion Hcicnlitir prin ri1". 'Ihfir Uioroun etl:civ y hri Wrn pnic licivlly pKrvcn wit it tlie mowi vi ml4rl'l MtitM, nnd Chy have the hiifhht ent!rtkmu?M irora medical ai,t Hoieit tific nien,Hnl from hiittdreW who Itnve been iiicKty Htt rtiirHlly cured by (heir ue. .sent! htoae for Iilustrattvl Pi'.mihlct, giving all information frcv. Addri-s-s VOtTATC BFI.T CO.. ?ffirl!all. Virk. LOTTERY. WILLIARD HOTEL LOTTERY. Tlio JJrtiwiiis II.VALLY K1 ri.Elt AID FIXF.D. TIinriday, XoTenubcr 10, IS81, IS THE DAY DKTERMISKD FPOS. rpilf: ilmuiiig of this si hcine lias Ijcch fini-Ily X scitlcl upiiii, ami will gkktainly take j-Uce on Thursday, the loth of November, IVil, by i;s scnt of the tVimmissioncrs. slid this v.ill euaL'ie me .M?11 all ol till. rirtttitiniiiK Ui-'icct All i-iersoiis, therefore, fn tending to invest in this scheme may rest assured that there will be no further delays or jiustpouenientii. LIST OF PRIZES: The Willtard Hotel, with all ) COKfl Hfirt ilsfurnitiireand fixtures, One Kesideuce on Green street Jl.i.iiOO One Kcidence on (fretn street Ifi.Oi'O j wo I'asn r-.iies, ccch kM) 10,000 Two C:ash Priac, each tJljoO 4,0il0 Five Cash Prizes, each Slut) .. &.1100 Five lsh Prizes, each 9'i hi Fifty Cash Prizes, each S10U 5.UO0 One Huutlrcd t'ash Prizes, each 0. .VXK Five HuHtlred t'ssh prizes, each tM 10.v10 One Ki t of Itor Furniture 1,000 One Fine Piano rj0 One Handsome Silver Tea Set lot, 400 Boxes Old Bourbon Whisky, 6 11, IOC 10 buckets t'lmmimpne, S-'i :t;j Five Hundred t'ab Prices, caijh $10 . 5.O0C 400 Boxes Fine Wines. $:ai 12. woo 20" Boxes PjibertMin t'onntv Whisky, p!0 ti.O'lC 400 Boxes Havana ('ixars, 10 4,r; Five Hundred Cash Prizes, each SI 5,000 A IM VllXJ t 83;i,s-e. Whole TicKotu . liai.bw. gt. ttuarlcm 2, Remittaiiccs may lie maue by llank Chock, Ex press, Postal Money Order, or Keuistered Mail. Kesiionsible agents wanted at all points. F01 circulars, giving full information and for ticket, address W. C. D. Willi's. Willlard Hotel, lionlKVille, liy. Or IUni iur St.. Mrnilllis. Teuu. ATTOR SE YS- AT-I, A V. DICKINSON & MIL LEU, A T roXK'S-AT.J.AV, A tlU A.K 4N till A IlKA.VStS. Pactice iu all Courts, Federal and St e. Spec ml attention etven ell matters trtninl '"-land LOITKIIY. The LITTLE HAVANA COMPANY OH Snpplement to Roynl Jtaraua Lottei? Takes Place Oet. U'Jth: Xov. 1th, Xov. lUth; Dec. ISM. SEW SCHEME 33,0(U TIctctH onlr 83 each-2990 Prizes iU.. Currency) 831,400. Destrlnp; to meet te Tery general demand for Low-priced Tickets, we have atMd a auppieaeo. tary S-.'rfcsof Prizes, based opnu the Regular braw ling of the Roval Havana Lottery, the amouut oi Prizes in which areas follows: 1 Grand Prize .$ 8.000 1 Grand Prize...- 1 Grand Prize 7W 2 Prizes of H J0 each 000 4 Prizes of 153 each 000 70 Prices of :M each 2,i00 WJ Piizes of 10 each 6.(t0 SiOO Prizes of i eecli 4.C00 9 Approximations, of fc;o etu-h, to the 9 reruaini.'i" u nils of same 10 as th-; oue drav,iue the SvuOO 470 2 Approximations, f iri each, Ui the number preceding and following the one drawing 81600 . 40 2!W0 PrlKw O. 8. Currency... Jl.ii.1 The Tickets in the Supplement are sold at a nui forin price. Wholes, S3: Knives, SI. Prizes paid in full in United Status currency im mediately on presentation of ticket. Forinlorma- tlon ATin'v l.-i No SW tfviiTt. Memrbl.. OISPEXSART. DR, I. S. JOHNSON'S PRIVATE iledical Dispensary, Vo. 17 Jettersou Hire, Between Main nnd Front, 3feni)alM ESTABLISHED IN l60.j PR. JOHNSON is acknowledged by ail parti ( in -L Wrested as by far the m()8t 6U(;ue8ful physi eiitn in the titrttmentof private or flecret diwaftee. iukk, thorough 4uid praiaL.eut eurt-s gniiranteed iu evfrycase,nialeurfjma)o. lU-ft'iit (-awe of Gon orrheaand Pyphiliscurt'd in a few days, wiUiout the tifceof mercury, chanRe of diet or hindrance from business. Secondary SyphiH, the last vesLige eradicated without the use of mercury. Involuntary low of semen Htopped ia a bliurt time. Butltren from linteuey or lossof sexual powers restored to free vivrr iu a.few w'eks. Victimsof self-abusti and excessive venery, su 3cring from spermatorrhea ami lnt& of ihysical aud mental power, Rexdllj aud permanen tly cured. Particular attention paid to the Uisesscs of Women, aid curea uaianteed Tliroataud Img Liwfaki6 cured by new remedies. Piles andOid sore cured witlioiit UieuseoIeaiiKtic or the knife. All consultations ntnrtly confidential. Mediciiiessciit by express to all parts of the country Ofliee hours from 6 a.tn to 9 p.m. Sundays from UIK1S. BIRO STORE AND WIREWORKS IO. 311 MA1X BTR&tnr. Just received my Ant supply of the bcasou, a large lot of those Duo Ilartz Mouutain C'anarieK, in full song, whl.h will be sold at the lowest Mar ket Price. Order by mail pnmptly and satisfac torily filled, lu stock a fully supply of Bl KD CAUKM of EVERY DKSCRIPTIUX, Winter Grasses, Hanvrtng Baskets, Vases, Pot tery, Shells of Hvery lK-scxipllou. Ageuuy of the Celebrated PETROIT STF.FX IKKIR, FKAMK AND JAMB HAKES. Telepbos. vour Ordera.uw 1 11 ARLUS J. SCHKUElt, rK01"Jt In tbe Snecess of our t'beap Sale of I'ntrlmnied Hats, It dieo' nnd Misses' Derby s, and Children's Xobby H.In,wc will couliune our I ow Prices In this Department, antl begin a Kale tbrontchout the Store at eye-opening prices. On Mon day we offer 25 different styles Feather Turbans at AO different styles beautiTnl Trimmed Hats nnd liouitets at 05. no different styles Kleirant Trimmed flats and Donnets at olo. A lew kockI three-button 4i loves, 7nc. A few good fonr-button Cloves, 81. Clood donble-lold all wool Cloth, 30e. Klaek Satin .Herveillenx, 1. Pure I.inen Collars, lie. S3 W M 9 N Mtipe-cial Display and Expo, -sitiou of Silk Wraps, Silk and ljice Wraps, Jet and I.aee Wraps, Cloth Wraps, at very Low Prices. M. 6c E. G. KREftlER & CO. SELTKEJt. . IS?1 -'-3 ANY OXK CAS TAKE. Tarrant's 8cltzr Aperient. It is most airrceable to the taMe. Some medicir.es are really offensive, and the stomach rejects them. This caii be taken by children. It w ill purKe irent ly; cure constitutional cosiiveness; erad:-ate atlec tionsc.f tlie liver; remove healthily the cnuse of rheumatism; brnce up the nervous system, with out creaiici: nausea or vomiting in a word, tills atiericnt is Nature's remedy, prepared in the alem bic of the earth for the cure of man. SOT.D BY AI.I, DRrciilSTS.- KTEASIUUATS. FOK ViCKsBUKG. ot. Louis stitl Tiekburv Anchor X.lue I. S. Ittl-FOK VH'KSBUKO. rami Tower, tieo. Carvell. master. Will leave Anchor Line Wharfboat al NllAY. Oct. 16tti. at 10 a.m. For frcigh t or passage apph to C T,. II AM,. Pess'r Ag't AH ETOKM, Snp't . KOK CAIRO AND ST. IA)UIS. St. I.ouls and Viekxhiira- Anehorl.lne V.S. Mail FOR CAIRO AND BT. LOUIb. City of Helena, '.5v Hem. Calvert, master, BSSEUtft Will leave Aut'bor Line wltarfboat Tiiio 1a i, Ot-t. i:!h, at A p.m. Kor freight or passive apply L. llAi.r,. Puss r A :t. Al STOKM. Sup'r. KOK ARKANSAS Rl VFAi. M'i.ij.Viis and AriraiiPas Hivfrl'a'ket Co. KorPiue Bin rf". Littie Kol:i, and througti to Fort Smith. Marliu Jpeecl, rKZ Ed. Nowland master i Jas. N. Thorn psou.. -cleric Leaves as aliove rATUKUAY. Oct. l.Mh, at 5 p.m. For freight or pasture apiily to JOHN N. IIAKBIX. Snn't 2Sil Main St. FOK SEW ORLEANS. St. Louis ami Xew'.lScleaim Anchor Line For 'icksbunr,ialchczaiid New Orleans Steamer John A. SeudIer f A. J. Carter, master. Will-leave Anchor Line Wharfboat SAl LKOAV, Oct. l.Vih, at 5 p.m. For freight or passage apply C. L. Ham., Hss'r Vi't. All STORM. Sup't. FOK ST. rKAN'CI8 RIVElt FOK SiT. FKAXCTS ISIVEK. Until further notice the light-draft steamer Sikc Davis, r.ffl O. K. Joplin matr A. L. Banning cu-rk Will leave Memphis KVEKY Tl'KSliAY EVENING at " o'clK'k, for Mariarna, the Cut-off and inter mediate lamtinps direct. For freight or passage &ppiy mi Iwwffl r to '. T. KANi'ALL. ftip'u Tri-Kly V. S. Mail Hnckot For Ran dolp:. t ulton, Osceola aiul way iaudini CJoaltoma, r-. Henry Cooler.... master I Wm. Smithes. Will leave Memphis every MONDAY. TVEDNK6 DA V and FKli) A , nt b p.m. For information ap- LEE UNE STEAMERS. I4 Line Kor illenilale anil Helena .;oimr throueh to Friurs Point on fcaturdav Str. E. P. Crider master . Wash. Fli.nl... - ... j Will leave as alive EVERY TUESDAY, THL'ItS DAY and SATCRDAY, at 5 p.m. Otlice, Jo. .1 Madison street. For leilale, McIcdh and Friars Point. dames Eiiee, Stack Lee. master I Whir'ovr, clerk. vv lit leave ai aDTe oh every MONDAY, WKDNbAY aad FRIDAY, at 4 p.m. Otfico. No. MfltiNon atrwt. FOK ( (TTONWOOD l'OIN'T. For Cottonwood Point, Mo., and all Way Laud inffs steamer Flowed muster t Neil Booter... wt-rk Wiii :, ..ve TUESDAYS and SATURDAY, at p.m. i'r frviirli' tr imsHirf H;ily on !onrd. FOK ARKAaNSAS CITY. Mcinphi! avid ArkanNaiCily rackeLl'o. Adorns l:.S. Mail Line Kor Helena, Friers Pitiut. Concordia, Terrene, Aryans Ciiy ad Pine , Blufl R. K. The fltte Pa ik;er Steamer lri;A . ADAMS, M. R- Cheek mtster I A. L. Cummins clerk Leaven every MONDAY aud T1IC1LWIA Y, atsp.ru. For infonimtion npiilyni Xo :i Mndisttn slrnt't. FOR WHITE AND P. LACK Kl VERS. MIl.T II A K.t Y J IM) .ltemiihis W lilts au'J Uliuk Kivcr I . S. Mail facket. For Indian Eay, St. Char let, (!arcndon, XevalUt Blui)', lH:a Arc, Ai'giicia, Ju kMinisort. Searcy, Bi'.cviii". Pc-wbr-.tLiiL!, and J'ocai'out5, The new HU'ieif'-u'v .t Aijor M. R. HaiTV. Miwtcr, On and aftpr September 3d will leave Mem phis EVF.tlY SATl'ROAY, Kt 5 COllilectinc ailtH I with file ucj Biack rtvor I.. H. mail liackct MI.'.T HaRKV for lowh.s'.n and Pocahontas, and with Daily Packets to Batcsville aud t'ppcr White river. Through raks toall poiuu. Freight eonsi-nicd to Milt ifc.rry Lino, Alempkjit orTcrreno, will be oiompUy forwarded. Ollice. No. S Ms.liim street. K. W. I.n-iH'l HritSt:, Agent, 7 MonroeL Memphis White RiverPacketCo Secular It!eeu3:. Memphis and White River Packet Fur Aueu.ta. Jackaoniiori, Bean y, and Wity Poiui The liegiilai ludepend dent 1'ackei JiAitBV CASH, rvJ K. C. Postal master C Potal..... clerk Will leave Memphis KVEKY WEDNESDAY, from July 13th. at S p.m. For freight or i apply to I. T W.ASHINHTOS Aeent . v MhiIimoii ! i:f.ivakh. SOO IteMaril. WK will pay the above reward for any case oi Liver Complaint, Dysiiepaia, Sick Headache, indi reatioti, Cinstiialion or (kwtiveiies. we cannot curs with Mwt'i Vegetable Liver Pills, when the f-ireo-tious .re sirictly complied with. They are nurely, Veiteuble, and never fail to ftive satinfactioii. Simar-coatod. Larse boxi. eoiilaiiiliiK iW pl'l., a O'tiut. Kor tale by all druKitista. lu-ware of conn, lerfeiu and Imiutioim. The gmiiiine manufiuv tured only by JOHN C. W EST A CO-. "Th Pill Makers." Ul and 18.1 W. Madlaou stret, ;hlcax. Kn-B Irial iiackacu svlI bv mail, prepaid on r. ooipt ol . Aia-iil imid Fiir uIb by A. Kcukcit, il.i Alalu .Uuei, Memphis st 0C&Eiu g rj Tins 1 1 piiir m K2BDssnlt-3 nssa rzJ-v M u u STAMBAUD OF STYLES I MfflM N.B.0ur Department for Children's Clothing- Boys and Girlsis not excelled We are now introducing a New also, Satin-covered French Corsets EKB fe CO IS STORE AM TO ARRIVE: 300 barrels choice Michigan Apples. 1 car Chicago Cbbae, 200 oarrels Wi(eonsin Onions, 2 cars choice Potatoes, 00 sacks Red Peanuts, loo sacks White Peanuts, 100 barrels Dried Apples, fiO barrels Dried Peaches, 100 boxes Evaporated Apples, 1 car K rout barrels and half barrels. 300 barrels Apple Vineprar, 1 car Cider barrels and half barrels, 500 boxes Factory Cheese, 2 cars Pickles barrels, half barrels and kers, 1 car Oatmeal, Cracked Wheat, Pearl Uarley, 50 tulw fine Creamery Butter, 200 tuba Choice Dairy Butter, &0 tubs Cooking Butter, 1 car Green Peas, Beans and Cranberries, iiiH Front St., Mempliiw. ran i w The Several Railroads Centering at Memphis have Agreed to Rim Excursion Train A aV Tickets to he Sold at Low Rates on that Date, Good on all Passenger Trains. Ticke (toodto Return by any train until and on Monday. October 21 th. FTAXOS, ETC. E. A. BENSON'S NEWMUSICPALACE JUST OPENED AT No. 344 main Street, WITH A LARGE STOCK PIANOS, ORGANS dollar. Violins, Aevonteons, Nbeet Munlc, Wosle Books,VloliD anil (Qllar StrloKS, Etc AT NT. l.Ol'l.S I'RICtH. ILL be pleased to see all my old patronsof lormeryeara. A. BtjiUni, S44 M n 1 11 fcit. TIIKFAD. USB GEORGE A. CLARK, SOLE AGENT. The BEST and MOST POPCLAB Sewing Thread of Modern Times. BEWUtE OS IlIITATIOXS. A Complete Assortment For Sale, at Wholesale, by Loweastetn Bros, aud W. B. Moore A t o. At Retail by Lowensteln Kros., 1 enbrle Bros., and M" in. I rauk dc t o. BEST IN THE WORLD? HONI t0 BCVtRSE CHI qurStohekieper for It. lit sur to call for the "A" tfz t Our 'A' is stronger than 'C or ' I' of cheap Silk. Every spool measures 100 yards, just as marked j Cheap Silks measure only to yj yard ! 1 1 If you want a splendid Button-Hole IwUtuseoar Jtent Quill 'vt'st. Th. UPAIN'KRD & ARMSTRONG SILK is being used and recoaimended by the Dressmakers, and We consider them the best judges ia tlie world. j FOK SALS BY Win. Frank & Co., Memphis, ; Gcrbcr & Wilson, Memphis.- WHOLWM.I ONLY. Lennoa (c Gale, Memphis. 49- A 6-page pamphlet, giving Rules and Designs for Knitting Silk Stockings. Mitteas, Money Purses. Babies' Caps and Boot, Laces, etc., will be presented to any Utiy buying our Silk or Twist at the abovv named stores. Pl.t .MltFKS. J. W. X. BROWNE, FLUUB'BR Gas, Pipes, Water Pipes, Sewer Pipes. Lead Pipes, Plumbers' Brass Work, Plumbers' Iron Goods, Gas Fixtures and Fittings Good Work. Low Prices. Wind Mills for Pumping. Telephone Orders tm BROWNE, the PLUMBER 4tt M MtliMAtt M- Mflimliiw. Tins PAPERS fannd on (lie at tin srell a Co. i"W.imi' ii , . 1 1 -j NMtnr; f--T . v v Mm .. , . , ,-, ". . -T.'f --- a BMTH1S WHDLESALEJLDTHING HOUSI Stocfc Cijlute-teictii Sollcltec S. VENDIG, 259 MAIN ST X.H.-fOrXTIlY OKDFKS lKOWITI-Y FIT.f.KIK MEMPHIS. TENN. WHOLESALE AA'D Gents FnrDisbi COR. ST. CHARLES & FIFTH, Our business in St. Louis tent that it makes it a physical impossibility to carry c both houses. Any order wo may be favored with, sha have our prompt attention. A Full Line of Samples of our St. Lonis Stock will kept at onr former store, 296 MAIN STREE !W. I.. ME AII AM. . WHOLESALE CEHS AID GOTTOI F No. 9 Union MILBUEiWS PATENT llii -ito Scliflse Hi Git lr ,,. n,, til lur s,.l Kumnlp. Clian Kurd. chine will pay for Ionlf ovt-r common gins in ono lninditil baltn of ruiiKli Katln'ie totton. J fee If. Feeders, t'oiidensers, l.ever aud Kerrw Ureases lor I.orse or Ntram l'o suaraniee.1 to y lu eery reseel. vvi,- uii.i. kiit in.' itn:i)I,:i:siii.ii IV Ueiilntr. Kliafilni. lnlles. ete. itiire at.c Atnesaud Atlas En-lneu. Seinl for IUuilluu-d C arver Gin and Machine Co., cor. Cotton Factors & Wholesale Giy 90R.00tt Pujuit fit., flc.mi.il Im. TllvA HILL, FONTAINE & Cotton Factors, Commission Xo. 11C South Main street. Hi KENTUCKY MILITARY IN- AT riRMIULK P.O., 'KAKI.t !'., fol .ml beautilul loratlou In tliu State. A full ami any nrl-eti ui1Kki. 'i'iiirty aevuula year U'giu. ahaiMivs s a X M 1 I in New Yorkj Health Corset j at lowest pricesj Wffh O has increased to such an e T, 1E1PH1! E. E. NEAt nAH. St., Memphis. Kemo. ii.c ll'ill-. Trasb ;nl l.af. Theiiwot IM l uubxim, illi U-jUui.tnlall oi IWo plauteu. Shelby and McCall Sts., Mem KY., fix miles nlles ivr mis' I lif aeji VI. i m mm i 1 i. :