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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1881.
OTCil U.LuPLIl it J! i AND BUTTONS. . LOWENS SMS. DRESS GOODS. SELXJNG AT COST Will FRANK & BEND FOI1 OIUCTTTi AUB. OSGILL BROTHEUS & CO.. MEMPHIS. I JET PALACE. JET PALACE! FINZ JEWELRY AXD DIAMONDS AT ASTONISHING LOW PRICES Ss-yeitiea In 6MiH Diam.nd Goods as Aarrnlns, Lar-rinr. KinK, Lock ets. eae. SovrUi-l-i Solid Gold Jewelry na Ret. 1-arri.o, See laces, JJraeelels, Mwli, nr. t-1U-. In Plated Jewelry esaeeially slrarelrt. ft e elaim Io aare tue finest trlmiM, at lowest prices. orTK (LKmihS-A floe stock orPpee- lartes aad to u 1 1 .frrj - sy . trfum rebates, sn.krl, kiw and fcreen tlun, biocglea mad k j e Froteefor. A lortce stork or real 0,i and real Jet t..rt. teUalotd. Kabber aad Ivory ood, slltrr Jewelry. lTrHE-Ladi.' and Gent', ia Got J aad bilver. Viae stork or Ivory-handle Walking- Aaaes aad other I aacy Canes. Materials for Watchmakers and Jewel ers. Coostry orders solicited. Brlaa; yonr Wateneo and (locks anJ have then, ktepaired by excellent W atch makers. Jewelry Wade to Order and B. paired by aVntt-rlass Jewelers. Call at oar w Ktore and examine the beaalilal stork. riEVIBEK, LOW PRICES! TWX. GOODMAN eft) GO. JET PALACE, 233 Jfain Street. Clay Rniltlinsr. WALL PAPER. DEAN & CARROLL, Paints and Oils, Window Glass, Wall Paper, Window Shades, Etc. 345 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS. REAL ESTATE AOEXTS. "W. A. Wlieatley, Real Estate Agent AND ATTOJKSTEir; 2S1 Main street, Walker Block, MEMfHH TE.TSE.SSEE Johk Otiktos, Jr. C. N. Gbosvknor. OVERTON & GROSVENOR, Real Estate Dealers AGENTS AXU HKOKERS, OFFICE, 204 SECOND ST., X. E. Cor. Second and Court, MEMPHIS, : : : : : TENNESSEE. R EAL ESTATE BOUGHT AND SOLD, TAXES Paid. R.-nts CnlWtcl. efv. on ommiwi"". FOK SALE OK KEM. VALUABLE PLANTATION In Tnnicacounty. Miss., couuiinit'g li- acres, known as Uie Avant plantation. Apply to W. S. DaNCY. Hollv Springs, Mi ROOMS A!V1 KOAltlK DEKIBABLE HOOM.-4. f arnisned or nufumtshed. with board, at the Central House. 63 Adams street. Also, day l)aiiers wauted. ROOMS Two comfortalle rooms, with boaid. MK-. J. K 'OX I4.t Hecolid st. PEKSOXAL. PIANO and Organ Tuning and Re(airing done under niv personal atteuliou, by superior atijl skillful workmen exprcseiy engaged by ; All work warranted. lIltoMJCNBhRit CI LSTERNS Cleaned, Reain'd and warranted, or no rharvf. THOS I'HHIS-. H Madujm s' FOK ItEXT. COTTAGES AND OFFICES Several desirable eoUSKes on Wsl.T avenue, ininu'diately 0.1 streetH-ar line, near my resideiiw and the State i uiale College. The second sw.-y lour riHinis. cor Main and Union sts., rei cutly in-cnpied by lr Ar nugum: one omce m Cottc.n Kxclianiio, i r. Mdi son and Fiunt. Apply at 36 Union. J-.Ujjr CIOTTAGE )u Ilemaudo road. 6 nsiins. water J works, batlirooin.closeuaiid modern improve istatH, large lot and stable, g'tod cistern. 11. L. til" ION. 17 Madison si. )OMS Xirelv flinilshol. opp. Court Kqtlan-, L at kiccolid street. Inquire at AVs MAIN ST. "OrSE Of ievmi room. No. lti Exchange strin-t txteudet, wilhin hall a square 0! street cars. ApplyN EXT 11MU. rpwO LA ROE L nlsiled. KtMlMS Furnislu-d or unftir J MAKKKT ST., Cor. Ai-oud. TJ1URN1SHED K1XJMS A" llemeu: also, tui kitchen Urn: small family -Vtithout board, for gen nika at 101 Jed.- Two r and Fls'K HTOKEHUUSES With fixtures, 7 7 Mealc street, by hELj'KN A iA KK ER, 2S.r) Main street. .''L'RNISHEU ROOUH At lltltkmrt. ? MRS. C. P. FRKEMAS. KOOM Largo furnished room. at w Ma-llsoli street. T"1AN(H He.eral good Hecond baud 1'iauo. f XT rvnteheap; will rant U schools or colleges in the country, at H. U. HOLLENUKKli , J OOMS Nicely furnished. t W Main street. 10T1 UN WAKKHOUSU-l-rom tint of Beplem- ler. Apply w OVkKTUN A OKOHVKSOIt.au Second St. .IIRUT -CLANS CIMM'KRY AND t'OMMISMIDN HouHK. Nos. 71-a7J; also. ItHiUls ui-sUiirH, nnvMaiii ami Gayoso street. Apply to bleuce , Como. Miss., or . A n At A. B. IKEiUniUiS w., vny. PUISUU Special Display of RICH SILKS, VELVETS, AND PLUSHES, i.i Ombre, Moire Antiques, Bro cades and Solids. English, French and Scotch DRESS GOODS, in Checks, Plaids and Stripes. CKUDDAHS, CAMLETS &. CAM ELS' HAIR, in all the New Cloth Shades and Illuminated Effects. Superb Assortment of Jet and Silk Fringes, Cashmere Fringes, Jet Passamenteries, Cashrrr Passamenteries. Elegant Buttons, In Pearl, Steel, Jet, Beaded and Painted. Cords and Tassels to Match. CO., 249 MAIN. A3irSE3tETS. J-EI BRIE'S THEATER. JOSEPH BROOKS. Proprietor and Manager LAST TUBEE PEKFOBHAXCES. HISS CHARLOTTE THOMPSON, Supported by Joseph Wneelorlc. TIICBSDAY EVENING. BY SPECIAL REQUEST, JAKE EIRE. FRIDAY KIGIIT EAST LTISE. SATURDAY MATINEE LAST PERFORMANCE The rrent success Pl.tJITEa'N WIFE. Mnwter. 't. 21th EDOIMS'S PPARKS CO. AUCTIO SALES. Underwriter's Sale, at Auction, OF 10 BOXES AND CADDIES CHOICE TOBACCO! Saturday Horning-, Oct. 22d, at lO o'el'k- A. M. ST"mARn. Anrtioneer. TO EXCUAAQE. VTICE COTTAGB la country rillaee fora re itlence or vacant property in the city or sub urbs; will pay diCereuce in cath. Address J. In.L. or this office. WANTS. PARTICULAR INFORMATION As to address of rentleman whose name commenced with " Me." (the balance not recollected), or any other person who was on the east-bound train on the 31st May Ust, when an old mail, his wiie, daughter and child were ejected irom the train, about tint hour nf midnight, at White's Station, nine miles east of Memphis. Please address leasts. M' right, Folkes It Wrinht, Lawyers. Memphis, Tenn., or myscli. Town Creek, All., and confer a ereat favor on an aggrieved fam.ly. Oct. 21, lscl. WM. B. HALL. SALESMEN 25 active yonng men for a good pay ing business; small capital required. Apply 70 MADISON STREET. OA LESM EN Three flrst-class Dry Goods and two K caoe oaiesmeu. Apply at once in person only. FRANK A CO. SAWMILL MAX I want a good sawmill man lit my mill, near Bunriower. Mine. Address me here, giving your terms name. etc. ; also, your reierence. as to myseu, appty to J. w. Keating, Appeal office. H. P. RKID. 4 BOYS AND SIX MEN (Colored) Apply be- - tween 7 and 9 o'clock THIS the GRAND BEPOT CLOTHING HOUSE. 247 Main s'.rcct SHIRTMAKERS At MAY'8,269J Main street, opposite Court Square. "VXTOMAN To conk, wah and iron for a family t t oi t.nree, ntwi siieipy street. WCKJDWORKMAN A flrpt-clafs man wanted immediately, by W. H. Bunnell, Como, Miss. " MACHINERY We will buy. sell er exchange xv-I. all lunus oi secoii'i-nana macnincry. J. C. OATES A CO., 21Q Front Btreet A Kt LABORERS To work on the Rosedala Uiss. Day orsta- lOKJ Levee, Bolivar oouuty, Uiss. uon work, nagts, 2 per nay. Apply on woras. P. F. LAMB, Contractor. a rrr men and 500 teams lVJUVJ To work on C. O. and 8. W. R. R. (late Paducah and Memphis). Wages from $1 50 to 5.! ' K-r day. Plenty oi good station work at 15 to 17 cenu iier vara, transportation win oe iur uj8lHHl free from Memphis or Paducah to the end 01 trai-k at cvingUin or 1 nmble. Apply ou work, etween Covington and Dyersburff, or to J.J. BUT KH. at No. 143 Main street, corner Exchange, JI.-mphN. Pl'NAVANT. KELLY A PIPKR. FOB SALE. OOD 75 car-loads AI Oak and Hickory Body-woou; no tops or ninns. R. GALLOWAY. 1 Al.KUH. Itika, Watnlula and Nashille Min- . V eral and ul' hur H au-rs. i-sacuNU s i ROSES IU large hMe 2-year-old Roses, in lorty best varieties and in irtWl, rigorous health. at r per dozen. Now is the time for plantiug such roses 111 our Climate, ieave oruera ilk our ouice. Main street, and you will have beautiful roses. the first of spring. MEMPHIS. FLORAL CO. 1 roi sE Choice Main street bouse, renting for rl f ;otx) per auunm. Will pay 10 per cent, net on investment. r l J V r. I 1 eaon t.ion, AKniis. h le:l Main street.ai a bargain; lot 'J7!-4x5.i. If not ..,1.1 nriv.ti.lv within thirty da.;, will then be sold 11 Hie hlgliesl oiuuer mi ' mat ni .i iiv cinber. SE1.DEN A PARK ER. B K1CK By river or rail. Quantity and quality guaranteed. Q. II. f. tif art, aa r roiu st. "1HEAPCOW FOOD Cotton seed Hulls, better than comuujn hay and at less than one third the cost. Lay in winter supply while you can get them. For sale by 111 1 V'l 1. PIANO A fine Rosewood Piano, large size, "-octave, nearly new; can be seen at Holleu- berg's Music House. R ESIDENCE At Buntyn Station, five acres. gooa house ana good orcnara. Appiy 10 B. L. MOORE, of uer Hernando and Vance streets. r OOD DWELLING T lu one suiiara of stnM crs. For a nice place, with 15 or A) acres of land, appiy w -At MAIN STRKF' tin Ftxtiires. New, styli.4) aoJ cheap. Fresh Block. J.W, '.. ISrowne, 40 Madifsm blnvt. Kudbek Liuen-iuark'erx, 25c, at Itaber- liiig s. City School Hooks IV tailed" at wliolesale priced at Mans- ford's. THiMi-t: new. Frth OjoU'ruuntl Celery Kccelveddnlly per express, VICTOK I. KH ItS, Kim. 39 and 41 Jellcrson olrect. Fur Only 30c We set tlie finest meals ever put ou a table, at the Memphis. School Supplies! in emllesa variety, at prices satisfactory to all, at Mansion!'. SuU-ltle autl lypeiMiiU A most remarkable cure for ilyxiiepsia, "Wells's Health lienewer." The greatest tonic, best bilious and liver remedy known, 1. x'rucgisi. TIIIWII.K HEW, Tumors, erysipelas, ciercurial diseasea scrofula and general debility cfud by "Dr Liudsey's Bloai Seari-her.u hliirriiiKt MUcIiIuk, NlHiupiiiK and l'luillu); at Buttcrick'a Putteru rooms, 251 Secuud at, wwo Invito an Inspection of the Largest and Bot AmorUnent of IM PORTED CLOTHS. CASSIMERES and SUITINGS to be found at any Tailoring Establishment in the Southwest. - We keep nothing but Imported Goods. Samples sent un application. MURRAY A RIDCiELY, S.i Madison Street, Memphis. $1.00 PER YEAR IS THE SUBSCRIPTION PRICE OF THE MEMPHIS WEEKLY APPEAL Send lor SAMPLE COPIES, to UALXA WAT KEATISfG, Memphis 1500 bagfi Coflee. II Will hrla Refined SlIffUM. 1000 Tcs., Bnckets and Tin Palis Fair hank's Ijtrd. 800 brls. Silver Moon Flour Sew Fro' cess. . 200 brls. Royal Patent Flonr. 600 brls. Flonr different kinds. 60 Tierpes Hams. 500 hlf. bit.. Sew Mackerel. 2000 Kits Sew Mackerel, loo.noft lbs. Candy. Stick and Fancy. 10.000 rases imnorted and American Sar dines. Pickles, Salmon, Oysters, Peaches. Tomatoes, Mackerel, Lou stem, JirowJpPeaches, Brandy "horrlca. y.te. 1000 bays band-picked and machlne vleaned Yirjrinia and Tennessee Ppiinntd. 1000 bags Nuts Almonds, Brazil, Te Walnit a- etr. 500 hlf brls and brls. Oatmeal, cracked Wheat, Barley, Graham Flour, etc. 600 bxs. KaWns, Prunes, Citron, etc 200 bis. Sew Cream tneese. sn hrid nnrft 40 trrain Vinegar. X00 bxs. Sage. Hops, Cornstarch, Rice Floor, Tapioca, etc. 60 brls. and HajTes Ureca & Clark'i rider. 200 bags Dairy and Small Pocket Salt. LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. The waterworks case fizzled out in the Criminal Court yesterday. Memohis has one "bucket-shop now. and another will be started at an early date, "Rob InpersoH's answer to Hon. Jere Bl ack T . X- I. in iNortft Avuruxm jyOTtew tor iov-iuoei Mansforda. The Memphis "bucket-shop" will be in dieted in a short time, the case being now be fore the Grand Jury. A rood deal of wind was used to clear the Water company, and the result was the hole thing ended in smoke. Marriage licenses were granted yester av to John G. Love and Isabella Yancy, Isaac Cooper and Jennie Williams. -The flow of pure water from Wolf river and the workine of the new machinery did more for the Water company than its attor neys. A gentleman yesterday explained that the reason a verdict ot not guilty was re turned in the Water coropanv case was be cause the jury was composed mostly of coun trymen. Mr. Black, Chancery Clerk, will sell several pieces of real estate, at 12 o'clock to day, in front of the courthouse. Included in tne sale is a tot corner oi uciinigiuu " LaBose streets; the balance ia country prop erty. The following jury was drawn in the United States Court yesterday for the Jo- vembertcrm: W. C- v lckersham, 1 nomas B, Shott, Edward Barinds, G. AV. Moore, Jerry Lawhorn, E. A. ates, IS. f.Ball, John O'Cain, John Adams, A. Iickinson,W. A. Keaves, Hunt romerville, iienry Uains, Oscar Polk, Hugh Wright, J. J. Morris, John Lowe, R. D. Word, Ben Payne, K. S. Bowles, J. W. Bond, Lovel iTuett, Joiin La vis and Thomas Cox. The amateurs who nowadays "like fools, rush in where angels fear to trsad," whose ignorance veils the depth of the gulf of ob scurity which yawns for them, driven for ward, as thev are. bv asses who know less even than they do themselves, should repeat every uay tnis iormuia as a many vgaium the evil one, "self-conceit:" "As you grow in your art,' said Crounod to a vounz poet, 'vou will judge the great " masters of the past as I now judge the great "musicians of former times. At your age I " used to say 'I;' at twenty-hve 1 said M am "Mozart;' at forty, 'Mozart and I;' now I say "'Mozart.'" PERSONALS. Major W. II. H. Ben y carp has returned from St, Louis. Peter Murtacgii. who removed from this city about eighteen months ago, has made a fortune in Leauviiie, coioraao. Mb. John Overton, jr.. President of the Taxing-District, has returned to tle city, but is reported to be Hi at bis residence. Mr. W. L. Clapp and bride have arrived in the city, accompanied by Messrs. H. L. Guion, Charles Urosenor asd A. L. Duval, The following visitors registered at the Cotton Exchange yesterday: G. H. Glass, Cherokee, Alabama; J. W. Wright, Corinth; W. D. McJiulty, Hickory alley, lennessee; Enoch Taylor, Cincinnati; W. H. Langsiield, - , v , t r u'.:..u '...... ew Orleans; vaptaiu w- kj. iuijui, vuuu land. Mississippi: M. Douglass Anderson, Glasgow, Scotland; C. G. Hughs, Burleson, Alabama; J. Clarke, Uovington ; W.A. itaines, Hernando. AMUSEMENTS. Eaust i-ynnc. Last night Miss Charlotte Thompson ap peared at Leubnes j. beater in r.ast jmne before a large house, and she won another meed of praise. The character of "Lady Isa bel" is that of a weak woman; one whom it is not possible to thoroughly sympathize with, though oue may pity her. The case of a woman fleeing from her husband merely on a suspicion, giving him no chance to ex plain, going off as the mistress of a villain and desertiug her children, is such as cannot enlist tlie sympathy of an intelligent man. A woman who will act in this manner has acraething bad in her nature, and in apite of the uaiiilja suffering she is after ward made to undergo, oue cunpir. lusesigiu of the terrible fall. This will always weaken the character of "Lady Isabel." How puer ile becomes this character beside that of "Ha.el Kirke," for instance. The pathos of the part, Loweer, was very finely shown by Miss Thompson la-t night. Such as th character is she has to 'represent it, and it must be acknowledged that she -cU well in the part that she draws tears into the eyes of many, and almost makes her audience he sight of" tk- inconsisU-ncie in "Isabel's" character. Miss Thompson is a most versatile actress, and last night she gave another evi dence of the fact. Mr. William Terance did mnrh to strengthen the character of "Archi bald lJarlile," the husband of "Lady Isabel." This part js very much weakened by ins second marriage with "Harbara Hare," whom he had promised "Isabel'' lie ynum nev 'r marry Mr. Terance is an excellent attor, bnU i.c- quitted himself well in the part. Mr. C. (i. Craig maile an admirable "rur fcYancia Ivison." the rogue of the play. H i. . . .1 ,1, ituihlerie about him. a Polished weil-bred villainy which recommends him to the modern thealer audience. The Aiteal has never seen a better "Levisou" than his. It i. hard for the average actor to learn thai a stage villain should not be an apparent rogue, one who would be kicked out of your r.r.niism as a suspicious character. Air, Cr.itf has ienored the old stage villain entirely, and he is to be commended for his fine and artistic acting Misa Kmsie Clifu.u's "Miss Corney" was touched Kith tine hunii r. Miss Delia Saw yer was a plesii "Joyce," Miss Annie Adams an unexceptionable "Barbara Hare," Mr. J. L. WoodersoU luado a good "Lord oiraBiM MoD'ntTftn," ond Mr. Isadora Davidson's proiiensitis towards ldiocv were conuned in the part of "Mr. Dill." This afternoon The toilers IV ie. nrpiimi. Mondar nicht 'Willie Kiiouin's Sparks will appear at Lvubrie's Theater in Dreamt, an extravaganza of the later-day style, and the best of its kind. Kdouin himself is a host, and every member of his company is a cred itable actor or actress. The Bale of reserved seats for this engagement begins at Hollen bcrg'g to-day. FELL TUROCGII. Verdict or "Sol CJnilty" Hetnrned la the Water Company Case. Thursday afternoon the case of the State against the Water company was riven to the jury for decision. It is understood that the urors came to an agreement an hour after they had the case given to them. However that may be, they reported the first thing yesterday morning that they had come to an unuerritandmg, and a verdict of not guilty was brought in. The verdict was very quietly received in the city yesterday. Very few persons expressed any indignation at the ver dict, because at this time the company has its new machinery in full blast, and is sup plying the city with a plentiful supply of water, ana won river just at present is clear, and no objection is brought to the kind of water furnished. Thus endeth the first lesson. "I DUJiAO." Tlie Kislna; of Another Brilliant Legal LlKht. The Memphis bar has a bright ornament in Frank Brutus Anthony, colored, whose maiden speech in the Criminal Court was published in the appeal some time ago. How Brutus ever secured a license is a mys tery, for he possesses about as many qualifi cations for being an exponent of the law as a last year's snow-bud. leeterdav Be bad another case in the Criminal Court, being employed to defend Kabe Cook, for petit larceny. Ihe chief witness" against Cook was woman, who testified very clearly to the theft. Brums Anthony then got up to make his speech in the case, but remem be lug how Judge Horrigan had sat down on him before, be merely said: "Gentlemena ob de jury, if you believes frum de test'mony dat my client here is guilty ob de charge brought aginst him, you must fine mm guilty; but it you believes he is innocent, you must fine him not guilty." The Attorney-Ueneral said he was willing to have the case go ts the jury on that ground, and contented himself saying noth ing more. When J linorA TTorricrnn a.lrpji Anthinv if . he Khonlit make an oral rhnro-o to tbo inrvl ne riiouiu mane an oral cnarge to the jury, j the negro merely grinned like an idiot, look- ! ing hopelessly around and saying notbiug. : "Shall I instruct ilio iorv vrK.llv fn . , . ,Jury verbal,7 or ln - "I dunno," said Brutus. Strange to say the jury returned a verdict of not guilty, and Anthony had won his first case. HOTEL AKU1VALS. Feabody Hotel C. K. Osllowsy t o., Proprietors. This Hotel Is furnished with a steam passenger elevator, electric bells, and is fi rat-class in every department. J D Stanley, Miss W A Taylor. Waco 8 M Ruineriord, Ark J II Nelson, Tenn B C CttmminRs, I a T J Fitzpatrick, N Y F W Storey, St Louis Mis Mann, N O J S Gaines, Ky A S McGeorge, Tenn S W Holtzman, Ark W B Mnynard, Friars Pt W II I.aiies!ield, N O W M Rees, Pittsburg Dave Kaiser, N V F W liuackenboro, N O W A Sampson, N O J S Falls, Pittsburg T R Mctiuire, Miss Miss Hunter, Tenn W L Henderson, Tenn Thos Peters, Ala J B Watson, La L G Pone. Misa E L Burton, Tenn W oreenlaw, Texas J B Love, Somerville D S Ezzcll. Cincinnati Ixhbc Miwer, N Y C m Avciy, I til la R M Clarke, N Y Mrs E Nichols, Ark O H Ernest, USA W H H Benjaurd, USA T P Kavanaugh. city F R Parham, Cincinnati C A t ool, Charlstou 3 CCourtland. Miss J - A tvoolf. N Y W G'llsgan, St Louis D A K"ellar, LouisviHe A H Beede. N Y Mrs Hunter, Mt Pleasant 11 L Guion, Tenn A Monroe, Tenn T P Henley, Ala M S Jay. Tenn F M Davis, Ala Mrs 8 J Alexander. Miss 8 J Alexander, Miss D C U.. belts. Little Rock Miss F.i!a Alpxandcr.Miss Dr J B Sawyer, Miss J 11 Wilson, Miss. Oaatou'a Hotel October Slat. A 8 Balch, Ky J L Gardner. Rome. Ga W t gwei:s, m Louif N S Oli, N V J Payne, jr. Ky W D Williams, Bolivar 8 Hayes, Miss M Aiken, Miss 8 Thompson, Tenn M W I,ei5, Misa C Bnford, Tenn D W McAnultv, Tenn H B Tharp, Macon H Q Murrell, Macon R H Reeves, Tenn W N Fielder, Tenn G V Keel, Miss W H Lentsfield, N O A M Brogara, Ark T T IMsmukcs A fam.Tex Mrs C uay lie, Mis; C C Jones, B'-divar W P Johmou Aw, Tenn B Brown, N O C D Wyse, Texas J P Maples, Miss W T Armistead, Bolivar J M Harris, Alamo, Tenn W B Waller, Macon, Tenu T L Dickens, Tenn 3 L Coombs, Tenn J M Rogers, Tenn J M Hudson, Nashville li E Vance, Tenn J M Saunders, Miss D A Sachs, Louisville A Mevers. La G W Eiitc!;;te. Ky H Clements. Tenn C H Franklin, Tenn If Ball, Texas J H -UirHch, Louisville J W Wright. Corinth W H Robinson, Tenn McKee Thompson, Miss T J ( lark, oxiord L P Clark, Oxiord N Miller, Louisville T E Hare, Wittsburg W I) Brown. Ark F M Duke, Miss J W Little, Ky W II Montague, Bells L P Berry, Ark K B Barton, Ark. LOCAL NOTICES. Shirts to order, $1 50, at May's. Pumps and Pipes, 40 Madison street. Best Stencils cheapest at Haberling'a. Bezb'8 Gilt Edge Tonic is agreeable to the nste. Shkix OygTERS received daily at the Crystal Palace. Db. R. L. Laski's office and residence, No. 343 Main street. Four orders for wedding invitations were filled yesterday by Tracy. Ash wood, Pittsburg and Heel a, Ken tucky, coal at Walsh's, 230 Second street. Monuments, grave inclnsures, lot curbinga, cheap, at Quigley's, 432 Main, near Beale. "Sellebs's Liver Pills" have been the standard remedy for malaria, liver com plaint, costivene&s, etc., for fifty years. Hub Punch, with water, nothing can match it when it is blended with lemonade, fine ice, soda-water, or hot or cold milk. It far exceeds all other forms of punch. Sold by dealers everywhere. Every young lady knows that one of the chief weapons in her armory of charms is a beautiful complexion, io remove the sal lowness caused by an inactive liver she should use Portaline, or Tabler's Vegetable Liver Powder, which cures dyspepsia, sour stom ach, sick headache, biliousntss, etc For sale by W. N. Wilkerson & Co. Fob j-AUKRY purposes, as a disinfectant and purifier, Bachan's Carbolic Scap ia in comparable. Its cleansing, whitening effects upon clothing are supplemented by the con venience attending its use, since it obviates the necessity for boiling clothes and using sal-soda simply scalding them will answer. It is also unrivaled as a means of removing impurities from floors and paint, and Btains from marble. IJoaehes, ants and other household vermin arc expelled by it, and fetid, unwholesome odors neutralized. It Erevents malaria, cures chapped hands, lotches, sores, etc, and its suds will extermi nate garden insects. It is. moreover, inex pensive as well as effective, costing but ten cents for a twelve-ouncecake, and $6 50 for a box containing eighty cakes. Housekeepers should use it. Ask for Buchan's; no other genuine. Beware of worthless imitations; genuine has the name oi the proprietors. Kidder & Laird, on each side. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. 1 am not going to leave Memphis, but the constant increase of my business in my wholesale clothing establishment, at 259 Main street, requires my constant services; I am therefore determined on closing out my stock of dry goods at 226 Main street, I do not show any invoices, nor do I give you my mark, as these follies are too well known to mislead the public; but I mean business, and leave my prices to toll the story. If you are in want of dry goods, hosiery, boots, shoes or house-furnishing goods go to the closing-out sale of VESDIU'S, Everything is marked in plain figures far below Eastern cost in order to close out stock at once. Glore with fixtures for rent, VEXDIO'S, 220 Main street. thinti.k new. ' Iuiitatiou. Genuine solar-tip school shoes at Voegeli tv. Co. a, oob Main street, corner ol Colon. Rubber Stamps cheapest at Haberling's. TtlSTI. DEW. Xeiiril Cures AieuralxiH Inxtavutly A lew drops applied kills Vb pain. JNew siie 60 cenu. G. W. Jonea i "' ' ""-"a, Rubbee self-inkers $3, at Haberling's. Iluruelt's Cocoa! ue li'itf anus the hair and keep it in a tlrong and healthy condition, because it will stimulate the roots ol tlie hair ana restore me natural action inon which ilsjrrowth depends. Terrible Lom of Life. Millions of rats, mice, caU, bed-butra and roaches lose Uieir livos by collision with Rough ou Rata," Sold by drugguus 15c SWEPT THE FIELD Is Jast What Mississippi Did at the Fair Yesterday in the Way of Cot ton Premiums. The Best Exhibit of the 0re.it Staple Ever Made in Shelby County To-Day's Programme. The beautiful weather for the past few days, together with the attractive pro gramme offered yesterday by the Shelby County trrange Association, called together a most satisfactory number of spectators, em bracing nearlv an equal number ot ladies. Elanters, merchants, farmers, mechanics and orsemen. The cotton buyer, speculator and dealer enjoyed a little side-show of their own. The Cotton Awards. There were, all told, sixty-seven bales of cotton entered, of which twelve were rejected on account of mixed packing and short weight, leaving fifty-five bales to be p.wed upon by the committee appointed by Presi dent Hill, of the Cotton Exchange, for that purpose. Ureat interest was exhibited in this department of the Fair, large numbers of representative cotton men being present and manilestiDg a commendable anxiety in the result. All present agreed that it was by long odds the finest show of cotton ever made in the county. The awards will be fonnd in the annexed communications from the committee: Shelby Cocsty Fair Gaorsns, I October 21, issl.i C Napoleon Hill, Esq., President Memphis Cotton x,xuiiuge : We, the undersigned committee appointed by biic nuwu in oi me Bicuqmis voiiuu ex change to Dass u Don the cotton exhibited at the Shelby County Fair, beg leave to report that we award the premiums to tlie following numbered bales of cotton: Bale No. First premium for the finest and Bale No. 10 -First premium for the highest class ing lone staiile bale. '200. Bale No. 4il Second premium for the next high est classing long staple bale, $100. Bale No. as First premium for the highest classing uplaud bale, irrespective of staple, JU). Bale No. '2b Second premium for the highest classing upland bale, irrespective of staple, S100. Very Respectfully, BENJ. BABB, Chairman, B. PATEUACU1, C. T. CURTIS, D. T. T ALLEY, (i, s. iularen, Cummittee. Osier Long-Staple Bilk Cotton. Shelby Covhty Fair Gbocnijs, October 21, 1SS1. J Napoleon Hill, Esq., President Memphis Cotton r.xcnange: we, me nnaersignea committee, beg (oave to ro. lhat we awilrae(l to ba'.e No. ii (lie premium of t250 om-red bv tioluiiei J. I). Oicr. of Corinth. aussissippi, lor cotton grown trora tne seeuot wnat ,s known as the Older long-staple silk cotton. Very Respectfully, BENJ. BABB. Chairman. D. PATERACH1, C. T. CURTIS, T. . T ALLEY, li. S, Hui AiikV, Committee. The Winners. Bale No. 30 was entered by Porter. Taylor A Co. of this eity, for account of T. F. Caldwell, of Bates- viiie, rauoia county, Mississippi. Bale No. 10 was entered by Hill, Fontaine & Co. of this city, for account of William Cooper, of Batesvilie, 1'anoia county, Mississippi. Bate No. 46 was entered by J. R. Godwin & Co. of this citv, far account of Austin A Porter, of Batesvilie. Panola county. Mississippi. Bale No. 3S was entered by A. C. A A. B. Tread well A Co., of this city, for sccunt of J. C. Jones, of Courtlami, ranoi county, Mississippi. Bale No. was entered by Brooks, Neely & Co of ttiis cily, for account of J. O. Darby, of Court- .land, rallola county, Mississippi. THE OZ1ER PREMIUM BALE No. 11, was entered by W. B. Galbreath A Co., of this city, for account ot Lee at nelly, ot ni:ioua, Montgomery county, Mississippi. Yesterday's Proxramms. SWEEPSTAKE Best bull, any age or breed ; two entries. Premium to W.A. loliier; certificate to J. K. (iraves. Best cow, any age or breed: seven enirits. W. A. Collier enters three, s. C. Rogers en tera two, H. E. Cannon, li. D. Goodwyn Premium to V. A. Collier; certificate same. to Best milch cow, any age or breed; four entries. S. C. Rogers enters two, 11. L. Can non. R. D. Goodwyn. Premium to 11. D. Goodwyn; certificate to IL E. Cannon. Best saddle horse, mare or gelding; seven entries, i . U. Robertson, i-so entries ; I-: Caruthers,W. C. Dunn, Charlie Greer, James Rilev and R. li. Uoouwyn. Premium James Riley; certificate to R. J. CaruthtrA Best harness horse, ms re or gelding; thir teen entries. W. A. Collier, R. J. Caruthers, F. O. Robertson (two entries), W. C. Dunn T. B. Jeil, A. C Ireadwell, pelix Jones ( iwo entries). J. Jacobs, C. P. Hunt, Leon Hunt and J. A. Forrest. After a lengthy contest the rremium was awarded to A. C. Tread well's entry, and the certificate to J. A. Forrest. STOCK RAISED IN WEST TENNESSEE, NORTH MISSISSIPPI OR EASTERN ARKANSAS. Best saddle horse, mare or geldinjr; two entries. J. li- Greer and a. R. fenarpe, Premium to J. R. Greer. Best harness horse, mare or gelding. Best display and largest variety of slock owned and exhibited by one person. J. j; Goodwyn made tea following display i One saddle mare, one buggy horse, one colt, one Jersey cow and call, one bouthdown buck and ewe, one grade ewe, two Berkshire hog; and one pair mares. Roadster or trotting horse, style, action and speed considered ; horses trained lor tae track not allowed to compete. Jiest stallion; two entries. C. M. Waldran and H. D. and J. E. Greer. Premium to C. M. Waldran. Best gelding; three entries. A. C. Tread well. Felix Jones and R. J. Caruthers. Pre mium to A. C. Treadwell; certificate to Fell Jones. Best mare i nine entries, Mrs. &arah Elam, Felix Jones, Leon Hunt, C. P. Hun J. Jacobs, J. A. Forrest, C. B. Nolan Weatherford and V. M. Waldran. I'reunum to C. P. Hunt's entry, a beautiful bay thrae year old: certificate to J. Jacobs Best mare, stallion or gelding; ten entries. A. C. Treadwell. relix Jones, John JJ. a dran. J. Jacobs. CP. Hunt, Leon Hunt, Fe lix Jones, J. A. Forrest and R. J. Caruthers. Premium to J. Jacobs; certificate to C. Hunt. " Best pair horses, mares or geldings; six entries, w. riogers, renx jo.ies, r. c, Robertson, J. J. Polk.T. J. Latham, Mrs. H E. Goodlett. riding. Best lady rider; three entries. Mrs. J ames A Heard, Miss Sue Pearson and Miss Dullie Dillard. Judges Captain John D. Wal dran, Dr. W. B. Rogers and F. O. Robertson. The horse of Mr. John Greer, which accom panied Mrs. Heard, ran" away, lumped the track and threw the rider. No damage was done either horse or rider. Premium to Mrs. Heard ; certificate to Miss Pearson. After the awards were made, and during a little finishing display by the contestant", the horse of Mr. Greer took another run, but was checked by his rider running him into the fence, wfticb resulted yit.nout accident. Ihe trotting race a. announced did not take place, but the directors instituted for the entertainment of their guests a runnino race. Two in three: mile heats; for a purse of $125; first horse, fto; second horse, (10; third horse, I'JO. There were three entries: James Riley enters bay stallion Wade Hampton; C. Weatherford enters bay stallion Brian; George RadclifT enters bay mare Minnie R. .first ileal. Hnan got the pole, Min nie R. second and sue Hampton third. After a few false starts the bunch left the string, Minnie lead ing, Brian next, and then Wade. Before reaching the first quarter Brian worked to the lead, closely seconded by Minnie, with Wade a length behind. On the up-hill to the half-mile Minnie puen-Hl steadily to the front, closely followed by Brian, while Wade tugged away in the rear, which positions were maintained to the string, Minnie win ning the heat with all ease in 1 :' j. After a fifteen minutes rest, the stteds were called up for the Second Heat. It was a ioregone conclusion to all horsemen present that the same results as the first heat would occur, and, Bave a dash of speed for a few hundred yards by Wade, which put him in the lead at the first quarter and second at the half-mile, none were deceived, Minnie winning without an effort in 1:89: Brian secoud and Wade third. This ended the sport for the day. The programme for to-day is very inter esting, and should call together the largest crowd ol tne weeit. Premiums Awarded Yesterdny. PRODUCTS OF THE FIELD. Best twenty-five ears stock corn; eight entries. M. L. Sims, J. 1 walker, r-. t. Watson, Mrs. E. L. McOowan, ren Powlkes, David Tias, W. H. Hughey and A. B. Ellis. Premium to M. L- Sims; certificate to E. O. Wataon. Best stalk of cotton: two entries. J. 1'. Walker and George Taylor. Premium to the latter. Best bushel field peas; four entries. J. 1'. Walker A. B. Ellis, Mrs. E. L. McGowan and W. II. Hughey. Premium to J. P. Walker; certificate to Mrs. , Mcttowan. Largest and best display of farm products by one producer; two entries. J. 1'. Walker and W. II. Hughey. Premium to latter. GARDEN PRODUCTS. Best and largest display exhibited by one person; two entries, R. M. King and C. B. Nolan. Premium to latter. Best peck turnips for table, home-raised; two entries. J. P. Walker and George R. Powell.' premium to Utier. Best half-dozen head cabbage. Premium to C. B. Nolan. Best and largest two pumkins; two entries. J. P. Walker andW. D. Harrison. Premium to latter. Best bushel of sweet potatoes; three en tries. G. B. Fleece, R. M. King and George R. Powell. Premium to R. M. King; certifi cate to G. B. Fleece. Best bushel Irish potatoes; two entries. K. M. King ad W. If. Hughey. Premium to latter. OKCHAHI) PRODUCTS. Best collection of peaches. Premium to Mrs. Sarah J. Elam. FLOWERS. Best collection of flowers. Premium to Mrs. C. B. Nolan. PAINTIN11S, DRAWINGS AND PENMANSHIP. Best original landscape. Premium to Mrs. Elizabeth McCarthy. Best original animal. Premium to Mrs. John Will Falls. Best original painting in waUr color. Pre uiiiim to Mrs. A. A. Bernard. Best original pencil drawing; two entries. Mm. Elizabeth McCarthy and Mis. J. T. Almbrook. Premium to former. Best collections of paintings and drawings. the work of a single exhibitor; two entries' Mrs. Elizabeth McCarthy and Mrs. John Will Falls. Premium to the latter. Best specimen ornamental penmanship. Premium to Mrs. J. F. Alsobrook.' 5'35tSfei-I PHOTOGRAPHS.; - Best plain photograph. Premium to Gep hardt & Co. Best water-color photograph. Premium to Gebhardt & Co. Best lot photographs from retouched nega tives. Premium to Gebhardt & Co. Beat and largest collection of photoeraphs from one gallery. Premium to Gebhardt & Co. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. Best mower. Premium to R. G. Craig & Co. Best one-horse cast turnine plow. Pre mium to R. (i. Craig & Co. Best one-horse sleei turning plow. Pre mium to R. G. Craig & Co. JJest two-horse steel turning plow. Pre mium to R. G. Craig & Co. Best double mold-board plow. Premium to R. G. Craig & Co. Best combination plow. Premium to R. G. Craig & Co. Best garden plow. Premium to R. G. Crate ot cxi. Best cotton scraper. Premium to D. C. Trader & Co. Best collection of plows. Premium to R. G. Craig & Co. Largest and best display of agricultural mpiementg by one exhibitor. Premium to R. G. Craig & Co. WAGONS, ETC. Best one-horse wagon for farm use. Pre mium to James & Graham. Best two-horse wagon. Premium to James A Graham. Best four-horse wagon. Premium to James v uranam. Best dump cart. Premium to James & Graham. Best collection of wagons and carta. Pre mium to James & Graham. Best two-horse family carriage. Premium to oodruff & Olivar. Best one-horse family carriage. Premium to Woodruff & Oliver. Best rockaway. Premium to Woodruff & Oliver. Best top-buggy. Premium to Woodruff & Oliver. Best and largest display of buggies, car riages, etc. Premium to Woodruff & Oliver. LEATHER. Beat side sole leather. Premium to Scheibler & Co. Best dozen calf skins. Premium to Scheib ler & Co. Best dozen goat skins. Premium to Scheib ler & Co. Best dozen sheep skins. Premium to Scheibler & Co. Uut doaen harness leather. Premium to Scheibler & Co. Best dozen deer skins. Premium to Scheib ler & Co. GRANGE DISPLAYS. Best display of farm products: three en tries. Bethlehem No. 57, Nonconnah al loy No. 13, Melrose No. 80. Premium to the latter; certificate to Nonconnah Valley, Fair Notes. Jerry Cockrell's bird-shooting was well at tended all day long. Mr. R. G. Craig, Secretary of the Shelby County Orange Association, is a pleasant, tireless worker. Mrs. G. F. Farrow premiumed on her dis play of Jersey butter over many contestants "Hlood will tell." Mr. 1'. a. Overton exhibited a sample o apple wine one year old, which was excel lent in llavor and taste. Messrs. Harris and Fuller, two well-known fast-horse handlers, were in attendance at the Fair yesterday. The Halliday Standard wind engine, J W. X. Browne agent, is conspicuous above all Qincr ignis at tne lair. Billy Montgomery, an expert sampler, was out yesterday arracging the cotton contest ants bales for the judges. Mr. Iienry Hotter, Secretary of the Cotton hxchange, was all in order lor the cotton ex perls, with his books of entry, etc - r i ' i . . r i. c,: . : - lur. jreg, tuuuiaiui ui iu a an n.iu. id doted upon by the ladies and children, lie is ever ready to assist them on and off tlie train. Mesdames S. F. Jobe, A. V. Bowen, Simmons, Sides, Strickland, Justice and Rogers, assisted by Misses Dullie Dillard Laura Wiggs, Fannie and Lina Horton and Mary Dint, have fed the hungry and given drink to the thirsty in a most satisfactory manner, as manipulators of the Central .bap tist Church booths. Fifth Day Saturday, October 22, 1HHI, UNREGISTERED OR GRADE JERSEY3. Best cow, three years old or over t Best cow, under three years , " Jest i-UJer. ..., ,. 1-ONIES. Best saddle pony, to be ridden by boy under eighteen years old S Best harness pony DRAFT STOCK. Bert stallion, fonr years old and over- .1 Best stallion under four years Best geldiiis . Best mare - Best pair di. ft horses...... MT'LFS AKI JAC&3, lir.st mulo. r..i-d in' West Tennessee. North Mis- B.issippi or 1. istcrn Arkansas t Best pair mules, raised as above Best mule colt, two years old and over one. B-t mule colt one year old Best mule colt under oue year old Best jack .'. .... 10 Best jennet RACING AND PACING. , Fastest nacine or racking horse under saddle. quarter mile, best two in three..... $10 TROT for 1 -0. mile beats, two in three: three to fill; first horse, fit); second horse, $00. Wm. Clark enters chestnut stallion Red Cross. J. A. Forrest enters bay mare Humpy, South Harris enters black mare Tennessee. A SEW TWA.E1V. A Play that John McCnllonsh Will Soon Appear In. St. Louis Globe-Democrat. The following item from the Chicago Jour nal will be read with interest by many per sons here. Mr. Guy Carlton, who is here spoken of, wtjS a resideni of this oily for some years, and on the editorial staff of the Democrat. We congratulate him on his suc cess: Mr. John McCullough has purchased from Mr. Henry Guy Carleton, of this city, his new tragedy for $5000, with an interest in the prospective receipts. The new play is a remarkable one, its scene being Egypt dur ing the invasion of Cambyses of Persia, In it "Hopra," the li&t of the Pharaohs, is de throned by "Amasis,", one of liis generals.'who succeeds him and keeps his former master in imprisonment for twenty-five years, but finally surrenders him to a mob, who strang'e him. " Just before his death a daughter is born to him, "Nitetus," the heroine of the day. "Cambyses," King of Persia, seels the land of the daughter of "Amasis," but her father, supposing that she is only to be a secondary wife, sends in her place the girl "Nitetus,'' but she, on arriving in I'ersia, at once exposes the fraud, and "Cambyses" is so enraged that he at once declares war against Egypt, invades and subdues it. "Meuinon," the arch-prophet of Egypt, is the principal actor in the play. He it is who persuades "Cambyses" into an al liance with Egypt, his object being to allay the suspicions of "Amasis" that an attempt would be made to restore to "jjitetus" her father s crown. "Nebu,''twin brother to "Mem non," and "Sesak," a priest of Isis, conspire against "Memnon," the girl of "Amasis," with the result above stated. The girl is torn from "Mem non V protection, and sent into Persia. "Memnon"' is deposed, and "Nebu" made arch-prophet. Following come the killing of "Nebu" by "Memnon"' the decla ration of war by "Cambyses," the depth p.f "Amasis," the restoration ui the girl to "Memnon" and her lover, and finally the death of "Memnon." The play is in five acts, with one scene to each, as follows: Act I. The hall of audience at Sais, Egypt. Act II. A chamber in the palace of "Mem non." Act III. The royal gardens at Sais. Act IV. The interior of the temple of Neith, at Sais. Act ' Exterior df the palace and temple of Luxer, with the colos sal statue of Amenophis, called the Vocal Memnon. celebrated for its utterance of mu sical sounds on being struck by the first rays of the rising sun. Lodge Seals, etc., cheapest at Haberling's. IMPERISHABLE PERFUME IMPERISHABLE PERFUME. Murray & Lanman's FLORIDA WATER, Best for TOILET. BATH. and SICK ROOM. A I M I XISTIt ATOR XOTICES, Otnce of Public Administrator Shelby County courmouse. rpiIE undersigned having been appointed admin- L istrator ol the estate ol Ellrabetn i . Konod deceased, notice is l,eroby given to ail per-ona in debicd to said estate to come forward and settle and to those to whom said estate is indebted, to file tbi-ir claims with m. duly nrobatcd. within the time prescrilasl bv law. or the same will be forever 1 , I. 1 1.IIV 1t.J-l-k- uarreu. mcj jun.i uwn c, i uuu Office of Public Administrator Shelby County Courthouse. THE undersigned having been appointed admin iHtniiitr ,,f thH estate of Daniel iiorau. dee'd. notice is hereby Riven to all persons Indebted to said estate to come forward and settle; and to those to whom said estate is indebted, to tile their claims with me, duly probated, within the time prescribed by law, or the same will sel forever barred Ituel JOHN LOAGl'H. Public Adm'r. Ottice ot Public Administrator. Shelby County Courthouse. rnilE undersigned havimr been appointed ad- 1 liiinistrauir of the estate of John Klnlcy Means, deceased, notice is hereby aiyen to all per imiiim iiuiehi.1 lj, Mini cuiHtimiini! forward and settle ; and lo tiioae u w hum said estate is indebted to file their claims, duly pmbalcd, wilh me, within the time prescribed bv law. or the same will be for ever lis rre.i I tne! IIIIIN LOAI.I'K Public Adm'r. HllS PAPER MAY PK FOITM) ON HI K AT .KO. P, notrixiioro'a rtvup.r Advrrtl.liijr Urt.a (lu M'HIICB SIKKK'I, WlltKK All- SIPIH IIHIIM raKiiNO OMiucris list IA Ylllffl ikay 1 mad fuc Ilk MOST ELEGANT t Silk and Fur Mantles, Cloth Wraps, Children's Cloaks. IKREMEES. MOST ELEGANT Silk Plushes, Satins, All Silk Velvets, Dress Garnitures. KEEMER'S MOST ELEGANT Paris Bonnets, Round Ilats, Dcrfoys, Misses' Hats. KB EM EE'S M1LLIXERY. HGPKIN pjsg MEMPHIS. MILLINERY! FINE BONNETS, ELEGANT HATS, Exquisite Feather Turbans. $ll'.ruun fttiarswteert rawr.linsr Myl snd rr i , THREAD. S0LD Elm J0BEEE3$ 1378 VlTINO Production Doubled. Agcdri'Doublcd. PUNCH. Excursions, Picnics, Clubs, PARTIES, HOTELS & FAMILIES. CLEAR or MIXED Cooled on Ice. I With rlue Ice. A DELICIOUS DRINX For Vie in. I'amUiM, Horsta, rr"! Clubs, Picnic, Parties, tto, M .-. ' M..I .. riui Punch Boston t C. H. BRAVES A SONS. Hub Plinth owes its popularity to tbo purity sort exqnlntte flavor ot lis rom. Konrnts. The delirious, rooting- Jnl of rlerled l.lmrs nnu Lrmonn united ata prime Inarredlents wflh t'holfe 1m ported l.lonor lu this tlellirhltnl nrtl rle. Imparts tonie quality, highly ap proved by physicians. CAi'TIwN. The wide popularity of HUB PUNCH has led to the appearance of inferior imi tations composed of cheap, deleterious material, and utterly unworthy of patronage. Reject these, and see that you obtain the Kennlne. with t be name of " THE HUB PUNCH REGISTERED " blown in the glass, also the name of the proprie. tors on the capsule over the cork of each bottle All infringements will be promptly prosecuted. Sold by Grocers, Wine Merchants and Drag-gists C. H. (iraves & Sons, Prop's, lloston,Xa88. Trade supplied ry B. J. PK1HfS CO.. Hemph Is C'OIICT SALE. rrebate Court Snle Qf Ileal Estate. No. 424. B. D. in the Prubate Court of Shelbv county, Tennessee M. F. Hampton, Adm'r of Meitsfia Hampton, dec d, aud oLnwrs, va. tulan Id. Huchev. T) Y virtue of a decree of sale entered In this can hc in Minute Book No. 37, pages .Vw and Si", on ( Vlobei li 1M1. I will sell, at public auc tion, to the highest bidder, on the preniiaes, about iuui uAiit iiuui ivcrrviiie, iuu.( uu Thnrwlay. November 10, 1S1, within lenal honrs, Uie following described tract of laud, situated in the .Second Civil District of untMuy coiimy, 1 eiineMe, aud bounded as follows: Beginning at a slake 10 west of a poplar marked E, ou Uu- Uonnell west boundary line at the SK corner of lot No, j; thence wnt oJnurth G7 chains and 2f) links to a mult t-nv nianUnl in the Held marked K; Uieiu e south u west 18 chains aud 6 links to a sycamore planted lu the edit a of a pond : theiu-e etV south 67 chalus aod 75 Jinks to a stake 10 links south of aredok marked F: tiienre north :i east along the west boundary line of the iHuueii iraci in cnains rand tt una to tne begin ning, conuiuing 121 HU-llHl acres, being the laud conveyed by V. H. Bolton to Melissa Hampton, April tti, IM'U. by deed on record iu book (a. ptu;e oy. Tenua of Sle One third cah; balance on a crtHilt of one and two years, with Interest; pur chaser executing nott-s with security for the le- Ierretl aymiutx; a lien win aiM be n-miuwi. ThisOt u.ber lrt, 1HM. OWKN im VKli, Clerk, fciuitii jit Collier, bois. for compl'iila. wet s SilllSf PU3 ARE NOW Gorgeous laimiiialert Plushes, Ombre Striped Plushes, Black Silk Plushes, Colored Silk Plushes, Brocaded Silk Velvets, Black Cloaking Velvet., Colored Silk Velvets, Embossed Silk Velvets, Our Plushes are all of Lyons nations of these goods, as Velveteen imitates Silk Velvet. MBHSTKEM BROTHERS Jg-jtOwr ' Fumlly Hlnrk Wllhs-rwniiot by snrinwi f.rw.srlm qnsllll'fs. Tnfyhnlasl l.fi w ywi-d. I.hik al thrm SELTZEK. AHT ONE CAW TAKE. Tarrant's Seltzer Apeiient. It is most airrpf able to the taMe. Some mcdirinc are really offensive, and the stomttch rejects them. mis can d lasen oy cniuireo. i win purxu m-uir ly; cureeoitfititutional coKtiveneH; ernilkale affec tions of the liver; remove healthily the cauoe of rheumatism ; brace up the nervous system, with out creatinR nausea or vomiting in a. word, this aperient is Nature's remedy, prepared iu the alem bic of the earth lor the cure ol man. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. STEAMBOATS. FOR VICKSBUKG. SI. fjonlH and YlckHbarff Anchor 1.1 U. N. Mall FOK V1CK8BUKG. Oold Want, McCord master. Will leant Anchor Line Wharfboat blMJAl' Oct. 23d at 10 a.m. For freight or passafte apply to C. L. Hai.l. Pass'r Aa't AD STORM. Wnp't. FOR CAIRO AND 8T. IaJUIS. St. Iuis and Vlcksbursr Anrhor Line It. N. Mail FOR CAIRO AND T. LOUIS. City of Helena, .ZZZ. Klem. Calvert, master, sa'jKjaan will leave Aucnor i.iue wnariooub 11113 uv 1 , Oct. ld. at 5 p.m. For freight or passage apply I,. Ham.. Ps's'r Agt. AH STORM Knti't. FOR ARKANSAS RIVER. Memphis and Arkansas River Packet Co. For Pine Kl Un. 1.1LL1B K04-K. U1U UlIUUKQ HIIUO Olllllll. Ivatie Hooper, Ed. Nowland master I Jas. N. Thorn psou . . ulera Leaves as above oAilKUAi, Oct. rja, al a p.n, For freight or passage appiy to JOHN N. HA RUIN. Hup't gsQ Main St. FOR NEW ORLEANS. southern TransMirtatlon Line For Vlcks bunr. Natchez and New OrleansSteamer G olden Itule, tZZSt- O. f. bhinkle.. master, "lllsl Leaves as above SUMIAY, Oct. '-'.su. at 12 m, Fer freight or passage apply on wharfboat to AD STORM. Agent. Ki. Ixnlsnncl New Orleans Anchor Line For Vicksburg.Nalchezand New Orleans Steamer Vity of Alton, Bixby. master. Will leave Anchor Lino Wharfboat SA'1 1 KUAV, Oct. 2M, at i p.m. For freight ur passage apply L.. HAI.I-. Kass'r Atft- A l ' STORM, Wnp'l. j:OR ST. RANn8 RIVEK FOK ST. FRANCIS ISIVEU. Until further notice the light-draft steamer Mike Davia, rEZ O. K. Joplin master I A. L. Banning cieik Will leave MemDhis EVERY TUESDAY EVENING at 5 o'clock, for Marianna, the Cut-off and inter mediate landings direct. For freight or passage appiy on board or to J. D. Ra N I iaLL, sup-v. FOR HALUS IOINT AND OSCEOLA Tri-Weekly IT. S. Mall Packet For Ran aoipn. Fulton, Osceola ana way lanuius. Coahoma, r,)JrZt Henry Cooper.... master I Wm, Smitheis cierx Will leave MempaiseVery MONDAY, WEDNKS DAY aud FKiDAY, at 5 p.m. For information ap ply on board, or to No. 8 Mndlson street. LEE LINE STEAMERS. I.ee Line For Olcntlale and Ilelenn Going through to Friars Point on Saturday str. ICene Jflacready, r.-j'.--f E. P. Older master I G. Wash. Floyd cl, ii Will leave as above EVERY TUESDAY, THURS DAY and SATURDAY, at 5 p.m. wiuoe, i.u. o muuisou sirev. For CtlKdal, afelenaana Friars Point, James jl.ee, Stack Lee. master I Whitlow, clerk. win leave as aoove os every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY aad FRIDAY, at t p.m. Office. No. 2 Madison street. FOR COTTONWOOD POINT. For Cottonwood Point, Mo., and all v Land Flowers master I Neil Booker T clerk Will leave TUESDAY and SATURDAYS, at 5 p.m. For freight or pannage apply on bonrd. FOR ARKANSAS CITY. Scraphli anil Arkansas t'lly Packet Co. Adams U. S. Mail Line For Helena, Friars Point, Concordia, Terrene, Arkansas City and Pine Blufi R. R. The fine Passenger 8 team or UKAN ADA MM. M. K Check master A I . Cl.uimlr.a clerk Leaves every MONDAY tM THURSDAY, at 5 p.m. For inforuinion i apply at No 8 Madison street. FOR WHITE AND BLACK RIVERS. HILT HABIT LINE Hemphls Whita and Black Blvcr V. S. Mail Packet. For Indian Bay, St Charles, Clarendon, Devalls isiun, ties Arc, Angusta, jacasonpon, Searcy, Batesvilie, Powhattan, and PoeaiioriteCi The new and elegant steamer Tosie jflaricy, K-KZZts On and after September 3d will leave Mem- Snis tviiti satukuai, at a p.m., connecting irect with the new Black river U. 8. mail iacket MILT HARRY for Powhattan and rocahonuu. and with Dally Packets to Batesvilie aud Upper wmienver. inrougn rates io an poinia. Freight consigned te Milt Harry Line. MoniDhix or Terrene, will be promptly forwarded) uinw, rto. o maoison street, tt. w. mini HLiyVi., Aacni, t Monroe St. Memphis. White RiverPacketCo Rearnlar Indjependent Hfmplila and) VViite River Packet For Augusta, Jacksonport, Searcy, and Way jVoint The Regular ludepend dent Packet IIAltOCASir, gys,0 E. C. Postal master I C. PoslM. ....... .clerk Will leave Memohis L'VKRY WEDNESDAY, from July 13th, at aP.Ui. KorfreightorpassaKcapply to J. T. HASHINHTI1N. Aeetlt. S MSOIaim at" Cn AMP AO IKE. This WINE is Noteo Fu ns PUKITY, Fivvoir AND TASTE. MADE FROM THE BEST Selected (irapes It? Puirr eWMEN0s it 10 THE SICK AND TO THE WELL! It Is paekad la rawis. I doaeo quarlAADd 2 doiaa pints, aad sold at atxrat Onk-Half th Cost of other Champagkk. 0?ftd OF U.S. AGENT, "sit'tirJ FOR SALE BV 0.1, h,3:vlk, memphis, tenn. i c " ' . v PLUMHEKN. J. W. X. BltOWNE, PLUMBER! 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 to BROWNE, tnePLTJMBESt. 40Jltjl4sMsa.SU MenupUU. filf 1 ,r--JLisj-'Ji , ii J irrawsi DISPLAYING AT TEMPTING PRICES: Manufacture, warranted all WHOLESALE QJDTHIWG HOUS Stock ComBlete-lDSQBCtion Solicite S. VENDIG, 259 MAIN ST y.n. ronxTRY onnrns phowptlt fiixed. I lii, 1 1 1 A ds WHOLESALE ients Fiirnismniood COR. ST. CHiiBLES & FIFTH, Our business in St. Louis 4an4 tfloA -f m.Iraa 4-f a nhm..1 lx....lLllll j I both houses. Any order have our prompt attention. A Full Line of Samples of our St. Louis Stock will kept at our 296 MAIN STREE FliAMTESS IMSe C( lasiires against Fire, Mariac and Inlaud Risks al Moderate Katen. I PAIDUPCAl'lTAl., : : : : : $150,c D. T. P011TEE, Preg'U JOHN 0T DIRECTORS! a. n. bkixjkb, K. u Kr-lN, J. P JNO. OVERToVjf.. r. T POR-Tl li V Losses raid hy the (noiunsj, a l,.ir Million n.ll.n. MK".?.he17L1j;.V-AKtl" f"r. Kvwaiy-sunch rorelgn Companies, prominent amoiJ Ti...'? I b,nd In nis Agency, Mr. Kainc iiisures all elassesol prj u.uuuum, . uiv lunca rates (kismoiu ui secure reliable indemnity Office In Planters IStillriiug, 41 jjIkiUmou Sit . H. COOVER & CO. MAXtFACTUTIEiW OF Doors, Sash, Blinds & Moldi ALL KINDS OF DOOR AND WlNDOW-FRAKiES. Brackets and Scroll-work;, Kongo 161 to 179 Washington St., Memphis, T roniar street cars carry yon to thy H L COCHRAN k C SAW AN PLA!(I DOORS, SASH,BLIN0S,r.l0LDING,LUr.11 itn ma jsningies, D'looring, Ceiling, and Cedar Posts, xuexxxxmiai n a. W. It. Galbreath. W.B.Galbreath&0 COTTON No. 11 Union street, : Mem Itt.AI.F.R IK STOVES, GRATES, MANTE HARDWARE. HOLLO W" WARE fc CASTING NOLI! AUEMTS FOK YAN'M HHIII UMT IKO KtMiC Also luanaraelnres 1'laln and Japanned l In ware, Cipper sail ahreilr Tin KooHnir.Npunllnir, Unlterluc aad all Hinds of Joltblua fronipCly Attended to. No. 394 Main Street, tit: MemphiM. Tni MILBURN'S PATEN DouWe-Roller Eclipse Hi Hni no C(UmJ Ur SixvmI, Sample, Cloan Seed, Kemovinir Hulls, TranJi and 1. I'hme will 'y for itM'lf over ironiiu k'"" 1" one biitultv4 ,.alo of nuin Mlf-FHlr, 4'oit4lu'r, r mdI ryfri I'rrasiri for Hon f unrHHiMl miuiiI njr In every rraniri. VK NOT UK IMKK-S1.1 IN IU-liluar. khnrtlnv. Ha I ley AlUVB mhw am . .utiara, rx'UU Itir AllUA.iavcU laUhlUgUt), W1LQ UUlUOU Carver Gin and Machine Co., T.B.HAY?tIES COTTON OrUiee No. 368 jPront Elegant Moire Antiques, anger Silk Mervillieux, Colored Surah Satins, Black Mervillieux Satin, French Tinsel Suitings, Alaska Cloth Suitings, STfobe Black Suitings, Satin Bhadaniez. Silk Surface. Thero are im J A0 has inereased to such an we may be favored with, si former store, T, iEIPH EUT0N. Jrn ?. PresU U. RAISE, (;t'DWl.v. J. tm Mm a iDL tfm . Sy."! W. B. QALBE anl Pressed Lnmliftr, Shingles, Latbn, i Msrkethonw -. snnarc from Ihs Mill. MILL. NAVY YARD. m m m J. Jf. Fowlkf FACTORS, ALL KINIM OF cor. Shelby and McC FAO inT DM u u 1 mr V