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EMMET ILY APPBAI MEMPHIS, TENN., SUNDAY, OCTOBEE 28, 1SS1. ESTAB LISHEP 1S40. VOL. XL-NO. 228 THE Ml DA J The cuion market ycstertlaT opened and tt.ml firm, with middling quoted t 11c. la New York middling spot were qaiet and firm t 11 c; future steady, with October 4iotsl t 11 47(AI1.4Sc In Liverpool mid J!mf ui!dii were firm at 6J; Orleans, 6 T lfid; OcloSer futures 6 9 32d and firm. S we Yoa bas ntributed f 110,553 to the M tfiaa relief fund. s A saw public cbool building in New Or lar. ha been named the Garfield School. Nixi TtorAsn emigrant armed at New Y.r Iroio Kump during the week just past i - i - -a. 1.bki,.s fold to the amount of $1,100, VV reached New York yesterday by the iramhip Maine, from Southampton. V root. U reported in East Tennessee and Yirgii stock. Large purcaaeaof income are kkI to have been made for foreign ahip- Loa.TBiwr, of Georgia; Judge T-arfoe. of N'orth Carolina, and Judge Set t. i4 rTorKia, are the Southerner men-"i.-ard tr t'abiwt p-.uliooa. But Longtreet a i ih ioi.W track. Grant is hi friend. -J Ktrfiaa Krtv, mt the Mobile Register, wi.i f' ,a Ki'oai, Misiippi, after Tuning li.ietMil, where. a price at ill of the j,t-w ,f Mobile, he, with the Bishop' per a.u .-a and hi own rrviuest, will remain. Tbi Muipp River Convention, to be t U . ta 2&o instant at St Louia, is de wI ief into eoormou proportion, and, c oJvi. j ihs S. t-oi ErpMiean, will ,bSJt power of repreaentation auch a aweer keen wiuK-etwd in our past com- mercnX hiMorr." Thit hat lighted mm English railway tarr'are with electricity, the fluid betag euc- crWa.'e ft.-rcd in one of Faure' accumula- fc.ra. is tLU foc&rctka it may b stated that V.;i.i Th. mr-i-o ugget a method of c-r eieotrica! power which ia startling '.rm it eery ciaipiiiir. It ia to employ .t.! cJ!i ijt the turpoee. Arrrxn u JirecfcJ u the cemmuuica tie! it Mr. vti!I, in another column, on si .-Kcst J Wo'f river water. lie dpea a b;;tet to be pare, and he insists on iu flanar a-xl pa'pabie evil being nusedied a, S3kW a pwibte. Th war to do that i " xvrtvi Lb power of the pump of the trrw.i to la JJiUippi river. That t. um aa y wmiet hereabout that will satisfy i r f i4 MrsaphiA. Tm e r-'-b armoal c.vaeenlioa cf the Wo-Ciri-wiin Teaperaace L'nion aiil be hril ia tie Fjn.iry Caarch,VaLingtoo, on j UVJ.aciv, OSiUr itii, continuing four it wd tiLu. JiVii1 eonTeution will be , -wed U cue iaadred and ji.ty or two v19r V- WilUrd is PreL- c jo .-. M. ufj and ia widely a tu orruw k a in ekiient oritur. Haai i a aoM benefaction, worthy -- rraawmSraoce. Ir. Uenrr K-ter ai w: kf cVeded to Recberttr UniTer- , wtJir ti;r ttsilaHas cstabliahment at Clifton rf ""h lorty-foor acr-M of land, a large a.-t -i, tij!, rjmnaeiain, barct and bath-anr-.: aV, a lirg- aivl fine lxuintsa troc tar aauwn a Fcer L!-k, and a life in- , Tic j-y 'tcj U.r S'S.'XO. lr. Foster makca a c--i:ioa ihi gift the adoiubiun acd t.-ri.etil cf berdy p-.X3cn free. Tai dUugLhed Geraiaa descendant -f Er a StVo who participated in the j-kijw IVot-onlai a-e t b honored with a rai rro-p'.'cji by the tr.ixen of Phila VjAia. Te v'.i ectcraa Von Steobtn Lim .i tuu huooiarr aueOiber of the Pliila irtp.ia fsvrosan Kcietr, aotl often pano-vk i a a-jplta!iy, and on thi account it ia lcr: &at it ;U be a Suing thing to lure le ioeaai rrpuon of hi tiescendanU on uet 9 auptcr of that organiaation. The utvoriue hae given auraiu.e that a j-v-pr plao) will U reierred in the tX5ciaI prrajaaae kr callable daaoostration on X f in of (ieraiaa citixra. Thr 4 aoa.ber of Tie SnUkem World, raal o industry for the farm, home and -workshop, pibluhrd aemi-monthly at At Itala. Gaurgia, haa been received. It bears rvLieu of the enterprUtcx spirit whieb esaneived the rent jra, in being well edited sad haxtfliuiBtir printed. It supplies a itz needed in tiie rank of Southern The Bomber briore u contains saraa af jjfrest'Dg reading matvr. i I 'era i ,ei , - , . 4t:id to the Interna eoca ot which is , ion.1 CV Expcitior(PfUV"W it. officer, aad iliustrions o. to il0t and ground, price, one dollar pe am' U 1 To '.TMTrrrnosTAi. imendmenta tliere i no enL There is always a State or States I in.lhe great work. fa the 8th of November next the voters of Nebraska will decide whether women of that Stale shall have tbe right to vote; Wisconsin will pass opoa the qaesiion of bUnnisl electicns and legislative eion; Maryland will decide vjpon the time of electing j:idgr; Minnesota will consider three amendment providing t,t equal taxation, prohibiting aprcial legia Utioji, aud regulating the pay of legislators, and Culoraiu will relocate her capital. Smau.H'X, which appeared in thia coun try for the first lime after a considerable in terval iu New York and San Antonio in 18711, has gradually spread thronghoot the North er a Stales, until it haa assumed epidemic proportion in many place. In it onward march it ha at lat reached the Oliio river, and it is feared will extend Southward dur ing the coming winter. Already, Cincinnati, Covington and Newport have been invaded by the loathsome pestilence. What precau tion are our health authorities taking to avfrt it from this community? We have had no cases of the disease sin 1S73, and during this time a large unprotected class has accu mulated among us. Competent authority es timate at least 20,000, out of our toUl of &,000 residents, to be susceptible to tliu dis ease if exposed to its contagion. Of this num ber, two-thirds, or over 10,000, would, in tbe light of previous epidemics, be attacked be fore tbe scourge bad run its course. In Phil adelpbia, a recent epidemic, in which tliore vwere 25,000 cases, haa been shown to have ct the city $21,843,750, or au average of about $i74 each. The conditions of the 'two cities vary materially; but it will not De out ol Ibe way to assume that a case of smallpox in Memphis will cost at least half as much as one in Phila delphia. If this be correet, then 1(5,000 case spread over tbe next twelve or eigbteeu ionths means a loss to this city of nearly seven ui!lin dollars. The ounce of pre vention waa nter more sorely needed than in this ease, and eonld never hope to be more strikingly valuable. Five thousand dollars judiciously expended within the next thirty day would make this community smallpox-proof. Ha the Sanitary Associa tion if not the" Board or Health uo duly u the premises? MANAGER GOLSAN, Of the Tennessee Brokerage Association la Explanation of Mr. SIorer'8 Snit Agalmt the Coaeera. ' As Here Set Forth, the Alleged "Bucket Shop" Has Xnch the Best or the Legal Fight. The annexed communication from Mr. E. K. GoUan, resident manager of the Teunea- are iirokeraire Association, will be read witn interest. From his statamenti, and the proof he adduces appears conclusive, the Associa tion ha the best eurf of the legal quarrel now pending, in which Mr. nlover is plaintin: Maxriira, Tssn.. Oi-tolier 22. lssi. BJitors ot the Memphis Appeal: In tout issue of to-dar SDDcais an article which doe injustice to the Tennessee Brok- keraze Association, ot which i am the man ager. The . intimation, if not the direct charge, is that we are not doing a legitimate business, but nave, in the case ol Air. stover at least, taken some unfair advantnga to his detriment. This is entirely without founda tion in fact. True, we are sued by him, ha alleging that the quotations upon which a wheat contract of his with the association was closed out were incorrect. By the ex press term of hi contract his margin was exhausted whenever wheat reached $1 41 on the Chicago lioard of Iraile. Our tele graphic ajvice on September 30th, at 12:50 f k, aow that whew reached $1 41 J, and hence that Mr. Stover' margin was exhaust ed, and aa he did not tender additional mar gin we closed him out. Mr. Slovcr does nut deny that this i all right and proper, pro vided that wheat reached $1 41, but denits that it went below $1 41). This is tbe issue blween ns. Our information as to fluctua tions in Nw Y'ork and Chicago mtrkeU is derived through telegrams sent by the Goll and Stock Telegraph company, a corporation belonging to th Western Union. Upon Mr. Hlover making complaint to us that our dis patches were incorrect we at once had in quiry made by the agent here to verify the information upon which we acted. He wrote the following letter: Thb Gold asd Stocx ,TELEOUArn Company) ;Mehpiih, Ociober 6, lh.il. ) Agent Gold and Stock Telegraph Company, t'blreg-o, Ullnuti: Psa Sia Mr. Gflma, Manager of the Tennessee Rrukeraice Awociatiou. requests you to gel frvm the Secretary ot your Excluuitfe, the official report ot th lowest quotations for 'vctnbf r wheat on 9eptimber aoih, ami ranil to him. He alo re quest!) yon to loletrr&ph him him as niu as you have mailed the certif-ate. Your quotation lor that date. September 30th. at l.':V p. m.. wss It The Chicago Trtee-C'irrenb report s ilitrer eut Afure, which has resulted In some d tlicu'ly In the adjustment of som trade. r!ea?e uct promptly, and oblige, yourx trilr. E. HOWARD, Agent To which the following answer was re turned: The Goiji and 8t.ck Tklbgraph Comimn v, 1 Cuicaho, 111., October 8, 1S1. Respectfuny returned to E. Howar.i. Agent (ioid and Telegraph Company. Mempliis, Tennc ee. Our record ot S4ptemlr ";tth nhowR salesof November wheat t $1 11 at 1'..VJ f in. This is our lowest quotauon for th day. The Board of Trade keep no official record of prices. S. L. POriJXSO.V. A2(.-nt. Having'the quotatlooifiipon which we acted in the first instance verified, we declined to aettle with Mr. Siover, and he has brought auit. This suit will be decided in the courts on it merit. I know we have not treated Mr. Slovar, or any one else, with injustice. Certainly any intimations of nufair ika'ins on our part are falee and elanderou. We have no preference as between buyers and sellers in their contracts. In Mr. Slover's case we would have been glad to have had our investigation show that "our telegram quoting wheat at $1 41$ to have been an er-;T- In either event the association would not it;ve been a dollar out of pocket We are dolus M fx tensive and increasing busi and I feel aasrvd, and we risk nothing - ffPg h, that ca i,f,e pi tins many gen , " whom we hi'e hat dealings will sav'that'thev tea 'berw'3 aati. fbtory, M f ."S&m. RICHMOND Celebrate all BeMnlajs; lulbnulosui the Trktwa OxtteBulaf. Richmond, October 22. The ceretaocits in this city incident to the celebration of the centennial anniversary of the surrender of Cornwall!, began to-day, being inaugurated with national salute. Mayor Carrington presided over the meeting, which waa held on Capitol Square. There were about 5000 peo ple on th grounds. The ceremonies opened with prayer bv Bishop Whittle, of the Epis copal Church, of Virginia. Mayor Carricg- ton then delivered an address of welcome. This wis followed by the . reading of the Ifeclaratiou ol Independence, for the tirst time since the outbreak of the late war, by twenty-five pupils of the Kichmond High School. This feat waa remarkably well exe cuted, and elicited quite enthusiastic and loud applause. Bev. J. L. M. Curry then de livered tbe oration. The programme of the day waa interspersed with mur-ic, including "Star Spangled Banner," " MarteiUaue," "Van krt Dtrxlle," tic To-tuorrow'eprogramnie will consist of religious services at old St. John's Church, which will be attended by the Gov ernor of Virginia, Mayor and Council of Kichmond, visiting and resident military, etc Monday there will be a review, by the Governor, Mayor and Council, of all the city troop and visiting military, and at night a grand German historical tableau and torchlight procession. Tbe priucipal street present a most beautiful appearance. the fronts of all buildings being almoet liter ally covered witn the National and State colors, Lwgttr.er with those of foreign countries, among Ul Jitter the tri-color of France appearing most prominently. In ad dition to the decoratiou of private buildings the ,re fevfral public arches mutt clab orscei v cra2ented.' The whole combines to -4c the moat elective display ever wit- ip this section. The festivities will H&1 Wednesday nigtit. continue "H5f .? MOSl'MEXT. TIIE GAB. Everything Proa;re.aiS' " "' ward a Successful Ik. Clbviukb, October 21. In response . inquiries from abroad, as to what Cleveland I is doing for tbe Garfield Monument Fund, the committee replies that they confidently expect that,Cleveland will raise f."iO,000. - Of this amount thirty subscriptions of $1000 each have been made. Other contributions in sum of f-"00 and less trill be taken. In addition to this the citv is beinc tlinrntiolilv canvassed fr dollar subscriptions, and satis factory response are being received. The committee haa already scut to the country over 20,000 lithograph certificates in reply to request, ine subscription in Cleveland is in addition to the amount reported a.i received by the treasurer of the fund, which amounts to-night to $13,624 iif. THB FOLLOWING LETTER was received by the committee to-day: Eietctiv Department, I Habrisblbo, 1'a., October -1, lvl. ( In answer to your communication of the I'.h instant requesting the Governor to act as General Manager of the Garfield Mouutnent. Association in this btate, be direct me to inform you that, fearing he mieht not be auie mi give 11 uie proper attention, ne nas requested G. W. llielly, Ksip, President of the llarrisburg Natioual Bank, to act in that capacity in his behalf, which Mr. Hielly has most kindly consented to do. If, therefore, your committee will place Itself in commu nication with Mr. Kielly and explain your wishes and plans, he will co-operate with you as fully and effectively as the Governor would have dune. Very trulv vour, C. N. FRKI, Private Sec. to thi Governor. FROM THE GOVERNOR OV IDAHO. Kabli-tivkOikick. 1 Bois Citt, Ipauo, October li, ISS1. I have the honor to acknowledge the re ceipt of your communication of the Slh in stant, relative to a movemeut to secure funds for the erection of a monument over the grave of our late President, James A. Gar field, at Lake View Cjinetcry, Cleveland, Ohio, and requesting me to act as Cieuerai Manager of the fund tor this Territory. The movement has my very hearty approval, and I accept with pleasure the duty yon con fide to me, and will put forth my best ellorts to have Idaho make a liberal centributiou toward the erection of n monument which hall be a worthy tribute to the name and memory of President Garfield. Very re spectfully, . JOHN B. kf.il. iiovernoroi laano. Am Ealerprlatac Birgra. The story of 8. A. Butler, as given in the Southern Workman, is interesting and instruct ive, lie is a negro reared in the United States, being the son of a preacher in Wash ington, lie was educated in 1'arin, and De came master of the French, German and Italian languages. Attracting ADBvn Bur lingame's attention, he made him his private secretaiy when appointed Minister to China. Butler soon left the service of the euibaivy, and held positious in one of the great Amer ican trading houses, and later with the Shanghai Navigation company. Finally, the steamers of the company were bought by a number of Chinese merchants, who took Butler into their employ and gave him full authority to reorganize the steam service as he thought best. Butler fully vindicated the confidence reposed in him, and managed the affairs of the company so judiciously that at the end of two years it had gained a net Erofit of $1,000,000, with every indication of eavy dividends in the future. The com pany now owns thirty. six steamers, and is becoming a formidable rival ol European steamer-owners, with whom is destined to arise a vigorous struggle lor supremacy on the Pacific. Butler is the moving spirit iu all the enterprises of the company. ltULIUIOlS KEKYICUS Will be Held In tbe Various t'bnrebes To-Day at tbe near Jtmnl. FHrtl Baptist Rov. R. A. Venftble 11 a.m. and t :au p.m. First Prnl)uterian.Hc. Eugeue Daniel 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Alulnma Street I'rcsbulerian.Rev. J. O. Stoad- mau 11 a.m. Vutnbtrfantt Privltyttritin. Rev. H. A. Jones 11 m aud l.'M p.m. .Sr. La:uriu. llev. Dr. White Will bo onen for Service this morning. Gotxl icoiurd.Uv. WilliAtn Klin? 7-l i.m. Sunday-school at Ua.in. 4 Stmmjert' I'hiirrh. Rev. X. M. Lone 7:30 n.m. Suudtty-school at 'J:Uu.iu. Grate. Rev. Ediiar Oreain 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday-school at :iu a.m. Centml .VtUofuf. Rev. J. W. Grimes 11 a.m. Sunday-school V a.m. i'trit Mrthoditt. Rev. R. H. Mabon 11 a m and 30 p.m. SuudaY-scUool at 9 a.m. Seond PrfAilrrinn.Rev. 3. M. Rose 11 a.m. and 7:80 p,ui. buuilay -school at U:3Ua ui. rrntral LautU'.llev. T. II. Teasdale 11 a.m. aud 7 ::0 p.m. Sunday-school at 9:30 a.m. Laudrrdale IZrcrt rreMtutrrian Rev. R. A. Lonslev 11 a.m and ":: p.m. Sunday-school at 9:S0 a.m Hernando Strrrt .If. E.. Suttlh. ltev. Warner Moors 11 a.m. and 7:o0 p.io. Sunday-school at 9:30 a.m. Lindrn Street CltrUliait. Hv. J. il. Trlble 11 a.m and 7:'.i() p.m. Lord's Supper 10::io a.m. Euu-day-schuoi9 a.m. WIXCUEJSTEK CHETEIIY. Xaines of Those Whose Bodies Are Laid In tbe I'rDotsph. MtMriiis, October I!. Editors cf the Memphis Apj-al: As a matter of information to the relatives aud frieuds iuterested, there are now deposit ed in the cenotaph at Winchester Cemetery, the remains of sixteen persons, of whom we give all the marks found on many of them, as follows: 1. Mrs. Fanny M":lure, boru December !, 1840; died Fel-ruary J, 17J. 2. Sarah A.'ttiMc, or Sibiey, died March 15, 1873; ape slxty-sevn years. Miss Catharine R. Sutton, Boonevillo; metallic case. 4. Fannie (a grown person): fiae metalMo ease, Xo. 1.': iast patent ti the c-e, Julv 174. 5. 3. !. McClure, llartletl; Xn.:tcas!tet; (aehild.) . J. W. Read, Louisvilie. Kcnttiekv; i,achii.l i; March ', Isn't: ifnuu J. C. Uolst A Co.') 7. Oae child, in No. : casket. 8. 0:e child, in Xo. Scac. 0. One chilil. tn No. r, casket. 10. O.y chi.it, Ly W. It temilh, no tiame. 11 to li. I our case?, no mtin 011 either, la. A suiBtl cliikl, in metallic ease, 110 nuuie. By a recent action of the "Old Folks' So ciety," notice is hereby givtn to parties inter ested, that prior to January 1st, next, tliey can r m ,ve them; otherwise, thsy will be in terred in the Ceuieterv. J. T'. raEat'OTT, Secretary. Weektjr .Tlorliiary Krport. Mortuary r-K)rt tor the v.CA'k euding Satur day, October -J, at 6 p.in. Name. Age. I Sx. Color. Cause of de'th Patrick Riley...; L C. Anderaou. R. lio'.iavant... O. Bav'iii! 3am Hirin., H. h'teiisi-iu. C. M. Toiuilu... U. Jm.es R. B. 'iiuc. H. L. Mavntrd.1 II. Krestnbuch W. Kjhr K (jix-:lin male. ' white white !'.vhite 'iv bile 1 ; white 'wuit Abut . white , wh ite ' , white . phthltis pulm UjrsoMery. Ss. cmcrttts. diphtheria. typho. lever. tris. nas.eu. phthisis pulm deliillty. Dial, lever. marasmus. iiiitilQeria. dysentery. delilitiou. anemia. Infirm, brain. 'iiarrba. convulsions. congestion. diphtheria. eczema. illeuitiSitis. rnclriUs. typ liial. fsv. Oil fevr. senile debil. .' J m' male. !.! ! male. male. 1 male. J cwlc. 1 mule, i feainle. teuiale. female. 1 17 VJ female, leiu-ile. vvliiie r-ol'ed leol'ed, .col'ed .col'ed :Col'ed col'ed' icol'ed cored cui'ed (ol'ei col'ed .col'ed .1 - I maie. i 2 1 male. mo;, r.iale. i H ; rnait. i (1 t jnale. j2mos; i.ialer nio:': luali. Thos. i'HuU. J.,hn Hues..,,.- F. Piummer J Sii W. Po'.ton W. Walker.... M. Richardson. Child I.. Clark. H. t.roHs p. Wilson M. fiwan , K. S. H. Carnes. E. l'dtiou 1 1 frma'.e. 11 dit female. I ti female. , hi ', lemaie. ' Jti 'feranle. i SO female. I 7K feTa;ue. Inquest. DLstribntion of deaths by wards First, 3; second, 4; third, 0; fourth, 2; filth, 3; sixth, 2; seventh, 5; eighth, S; ninth, 0; tenth, 3. City hospital, 0. Coroner's in que.t, 1. fUill-born, 3. Total in city, 25 white, 12; colored, 14. Total, hospital and inquest included. 20 white, 12; colored, 14. CAUIOCX CASSuJj, M.I.. . Secretary Hoard of Health. Opiniox or A Baltimoreax I have used Dr. Bull's Coi gh Syrup for some time in my family and foiiod it the best remedy for cough", ctdds, etc., I hava ever tried. Louis Bruning, 26 Caroline street. Durueit at ftca. Sax Fbaxcisco, Octi.be 52 The British hip The Douglass arrived yeMerJay, and re ports that the British ship Maritime l'nion, Captain Ilnll, for this port, was burned in latitude 20 south, longitude 13-V west. The crew were saved by the bark Kinma, Cap tain Crowell, from New York to Panama. The date of the disaster is not given. Xo Imitation. Genuine solar tip school shoes at Voegeli & C'o.'s, w6 Mm iu street, corner of L'uiou. , iii:i. T'ENURICKiOX At Jackson. Tenn . October 2. lxsl, lu.'. ,:. K- HaNURtcKSOM, lato Faitor of First Bapttl Churub of lots city, Funeral will take plane iro First Baptist Church his (dUXDAY) afternoon, at 2.30 o-ciock Friends 1 to at tend. Scrriees by Rv. Dr. Vonable. or f nnu. Jaaeli Kshs. p -si the rcorpaniMtlon ol the Market Street School I s following resolutions of respect were adopted by t-Se Pul'il3 ' Room No. 2, in remem- branceof their 11. Kuuu""!' n I ....J TV... WA iav met and Blisted from . ' ,k... ."..vle heart and Kenerma na ture had endeared him 4 hoth teachers and PUAri"l'irI. That by nial.itloua energy and untiring application, h bad Ir .surpasaco all pupUs of his jeJ.SU. That nave a few chiltliAh faults, which "assail the best of us, despite our payers, the tons'uo of the past caa ring out naufc'it against bim. save his true fidelity. ..... .Kesulny, That we. in a body, visit his grave, each bringing a bi-nch of slwpie flowers, so sweetlv typical ot lifeN decay, - to crown the poor frail dust that sleeps below.'' Thus love ltadi memory still. To prove at graves love's immorlality. M. YATKri. " B. LAWI.VS, TV siK RS. fotnmlttee. OYSTER PARLORS! Crystal Palace Xow Open! I.!r OK PRICES: Oyatera per dozen 5t renin OTMrn per huir-doaen . 23 rcnta mr In arviu,-; Ovsters. the Butter, Lard and other (krariimeuls used ARE OF THE VERY BEST qiTAl.ITY. Ko imitation butter, SiUces or oils ttscd."! Oj-sters rec eived Fn-sh. Daily, by Express, from iialilmore, Korrolk aud New York. a-In iiiiiiipction with the cWaut OYSTKR PAR I.OKS, tbe Dnt of W inn, Liunon aad 'lirHri (Doiiicstic aud luioortcd) will be served at popular prices. nvJL "-wHW Prmprielar. Attontiou, KuiKlit TciiiJar. MEMriUS l t)M.MANlEliY. Ko. 4 a Will iiieet in slaltNl conclave to- morrow (MONDAY) evenini;, 2Kb, at 7:'t)a.' o'clock, tor the transaction of buiness. Sojouruin'? franco ctu neon sly invited r Hvor.ler ' K. '. WILLIAMSON, E. O. T. J. BAKcni'.RHtirler. . I. O. 15. 15. IrjVI'HRATFS lHOE, No. :i Beirular meetln; ij.olllili. ImlL-c will 11 hold this vSt'NDAY) lutrnhtg, at 10 o'clock. Members are nueted to attend. DAN SCUl.OSS, Kcrctary. Received yesterday the fol lowins notice from their New Y'ork resident buyer, which is self-explanatory It ia therefore passed with out farther comment) ex cept that in accordance with the expressed wish therein contained, Mr. BE JACH took the first train for New York City. M;r YORK, October 21, 1881, BEJACH & BRASH : An Immense Barpain 1 offered here by a party retiring- from business. Tbe Stock comprises a complete assortment of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Motions and FurnLihlng- Goods. The amount Is too large for me to tackle. If possible, let Mr. Bcjach take first train for here. The party agreed to hold his offer to ne open nntil Tuesday nest. lUspectfuIIy, JOSEPH MATER. And eo EJACH Is off for New York, and ere maay days will Ix uemu iiutu a&am. lu the meantime. In order to make room for the Kuods to arrive, we offer during the coming week all goods In store at greatly REDUCED PRICES. arutiou, in order to sei'tiro tHe nom necMtmrr to t.otirllM tHu .rAnHa tn . r r .... ' BEJACH s oft for New Yrk. aud will fetch thorn. Ws quote, and oft'er to th pnblio during tbe week, commencing Monday, October 2 4th, to-wit: Dry Goods! D y Goods! 10 pes Black Silk Velvet. .y:worth, $150 per yd. 5 pes Black Silk Velvet, Si : worth tl per yanl. in pes Black Velveteen, worth 7."per yard. 10 pes niai k Velveteen, fiOc: worth Si per yard.l 1 S IK'S Black Velveteen. SOc; worth SI 2.S. O'le lot of shrt leneths In Dress Silks at sue. worth 6oc per yard. One lot of Brocaded Black Sat'.a at 35c, worth 75c per yard. One lot of Black Gros Grain Silk at .w annh it per yard. One lot of Black GroOrala Silk at 75c. worth $1 .'.s per yanl. one lot oi Biaek A n-v eol Cashmere at 80c, worth 5(' per yard. One lot of I'acllle Dress Goods at WXe. wnnh pr yant. One lot of Brocaded Cress Good, ai fi' O- trorth 10c per yard. One lot of Roman Plaid Goods at 15s, worth S ic per yard. one lot or PlMn Dress Good at 4e per yard. One lot of Finest Brocaded Silk and Satin at 7.v- wnrih SI V) per yard. one mi oi finest Ail-wool mack Cashmorrs at half price. One lot of best Knellsh f'aahmeres. all rnlnra yard wide, at 2V, worth ;nc psr yard. im noreieu iiress trooos, in au shades, at r. worth lse per yard. 100 pes Hair stripes st 4Sc, worth 10c per yard. On? lot of ftoman stripes, silk and wool, at aw worth 75c per yard. 2(i(i pesdoulilafoM Tamise poplin. In all shades, at 10c, worth !V per yard. rine macs tssumercs vary cheap. Bring sample from elhrrs to compare with. CLOAKS! CLOAKS! 1000 Ladies', lliMes' and Children's CLOA.K8 ! CLOAKS! Of every description at 25 per cent, leu than any other lloufj in this city. lot) Ladies' good leaver Cloaks at ouly tl, worth $1 each. K'J lllue Plannel Cblldrau's Dresses tl 50, wortb i& each. Uo Ladies' Walking Jaj Veu at 1-1. north aj each. And 200 Ladies' All-Wool Shetland Shawls In all colors, at only 75c, worth 2 eacb. Gents' Underwear THitEE IMMENSE SFICIXLTIES I 50 do Genu,' All-Wool Tted fait ShirU ud Draw- ers at only SI, worth SI 50 h. ooz very neavj h.ait I ndershlrta, Ked f lan nel lined, at only 25o, worth 60e eacb. 00 do: oesl L ulaundriod Drew Shirt at liOc, worth f 1 emu. One lot Turkey-Red Table Damask 23s, worth 5oc per yard. Ouo lot French Percale, yard wide, Xo, worth Vty.jr per yanl. lot lot'jrooil bleached Mii1Ib, iie rr yard. (ins lot brown Canton Flauaol AVc, worth lOo per yard. One lot Bleached Caaton Flanael TJe, worth Li' jC per yard. One lot Red Flsnnel 15c, worth 23c par yard. One lot Gray FlanntlliS", worth 2ie per yarl. One lot Red Twilled Fbiunel ZK, worth 40c per yard. Corsets ! Corsets ! .Vi dozen Silk-Embroldored Corsets 85c, worth 75c eacb. 40 doion very fine Silk-Embroidered Corsets 50c, worth W)c. 25 doren elegant Corsets 75c, worth $1 25. SUNDRIES! SUNDRIES ! 10 doz Fancy Colored Tidies at noc, worth $1 eai-h. Immense ostortintat of Ladles' Hand Com panions sad Wallets from Tioe upward, luo Children's Merino Vests aud Pants at ouly 23e. wonn nOc cacli. ics silk and Chenille Fncfce at only I5e, worth 50c a yard. lloyt s German Colopne, 10c per bottle. Lnbin's Toilet Soap. 5c each. MarsiMlles Best Csstllc Soap, 5c each. Jet ltrarelers, to dld'ercnt tvles, 5c er pair. Jidojall-w.k Hsndkewhiefs, 2-ceach. 25 do ilcts' Shield Scarla, J5e each. 100 do Liucn ixiilaij, of cafJl. SPECIAL! SPECIAL! 100 niecs Park Prints 4e. or 25 yards for tl. . 'loz pieces genuine Cheviot loe, worth 20e per y'V, i ...... of. In black, brown and loo doz rlei'es Warero.. .' . .j ' navv bine, at 50c. worth $1 tter y.,. . -i- rji'iW tiAiir.' I'nlanndriMl Uhlrla. all size. y'J 3V each. 50 doz Geuts' Uulaundrled Shirts at 603, worth S'"'' Carpets, Oil-Cloths and Mat tings. sr. pes best Ileum t arpet only 16He per yorl. 4iMs Ingrain Carpet JUl-c per yaia, worth 8bo. 25 pes best luKmiii :tOc per yard, worth 4St. 20 pes very best Uouble-Ipgrain Carpet 85o per yanl, worth 50c. i5 pes all-wool Two-I'ly Carpet 45 per yard, Vorlh 75o. SO pes all-wool Two-Plv best Carpet 60c, worth SO 4 lies all-wool '1 uree-i'ly 'ie Carpet SOo, worth tl 15. i pes Tnpcstrv Mrnssel!" Wc. worth $1. iu pes Tspestry Brussels Carpet 75c, worth $1 J. luO rcmuauu In best body Brussels S5c, worth ?l 50. luO Brnwsts Buem, 75c each. IMior Mats, .Vie ea:h Hopes FItxir Oil-Cioilts, iVper yard. 50 lies Table Oil-t'lolhs, per yard, luuo iair Window Shades, in all colors. $2 DO a pair. . House -Furnislting Goods. KUgant lironze and Painted Lamps, all com plete, with white shadvs, at only $1, worth ii 50 '"covered Market-Baskets TJc, worth $1 : each. Clothes-Baikeu i c, worth 1 St. llread and Cake Bonos $1, worth SI. t'edar Buckets .'Oe, worth K5o each. Finest English 4 'arvera 91, worth 30 a set. lio!i;er'H Ocst Triple-Plate Kuirea 4156, worth Russell' best Bread Knives 40c, worth $1 each. Butcher Knives 1.V-, worth 40c each. Cruiuli Pans and Brush 50c, worth $1 25 a set. Ciiat Iltwis .'sjc. worth 5e each. rti pointed i'ial Hods S5c. worth $1 25 each. French China crimped heavy e'lt Tea Sets, 44 pes, ;. worth 410 a set. loo elegant chamber Set, very latest designs, 0 ih's i t, .xi, worm . MhIoH.-. Ten .Quia SI 2V worth 12 50 a set. Miik. cream and Water Pitchers, 13, 0, 25, S3 and 50c. worth aoulue. Fine Toilet Sets $1 35, worth $: 50 a set. Covered Square Clothes-Baskets $2 50, worth $4 etch. tila-ui S-.-ts 40c, worth 75c a set. clothes Kncks $1, worth J'J 50 each. Japanese Walters very cheap. 271 and 273 Main Steeet. Under a Blaze of Perennial Vitality; Boiling Over with Business Activity; Perspiring Under the Pressure of Increasing Patronage, Driving the Wheels of Trade Over a Smooth and Gilded Track, E).wBE?.0w usvfrf Of fad? W,,,i,e we ar.e lliY And WEEKLY Inc. rising our Cash Sales. HOW DO WE MANAGE IT Ly simply announcing tLo truth. We do not exaggerate or try to make the people belieye false tateiuents. Lverjthiug we advertise j ou will find precisely as stated. We believe In the Business Maxim: "Get something that everybody wants; put it where everybody can eetit. and soil it cheap." The author should have added " Advertise it so the people will know whereto nua ii. - ueiieying in ine wisuom uvscnpiiim oi ine unrAHAJuiii!.a BOYS AND CHXL'DREN'S CHILDREN'S PANTS, Strong and Durable from 4 of Sirs CHILDREN'S FaNTS, Iluudkome l'atterus from 4 vi Bij'j.. ....... ...... ............................. .... . CHILDREN'S CASSIMKRE PANTS, Woolen from 4 oi Me . , CHILDREN'S SCHOOL AND PLAY SCITS, several lect frtn from 4 to 11 vaara of aire , CHILDREN'S UKION CASjIalEKE SUITS. Fast Colore, many Styles t select from Irotn 4 to 11 vears of i.v s .-,r to j oil CHILDKSX'S DRE4HSUITP, Kobby Styles, all Shades and Col orsfrom 4 to 11 yean of ape 5 00 to 6 00 CHILDREN'S JLXTRa FlXE TWO AND THREE PlEtESUIIS. I hose uoode are lnifioited and the Deign are frm 4 to" 11 Tear of aire CHILDREN'S SUPERFINE FULL DRESS SPITS. . and est Matorlals French Granite and l'e-Kay; colors, Blue and Seal Brawn, tbe Finest Goods lu the World from t to 11 years ol aire 10 On to li 00 We have Full Suit ( this material elegantly made ami finished for Bovs tt to IB vears of aep. PISCES FOR PATcillNU with ail our Cbildien'a But the list Is a long one. We invite you t come and see for yourself. We rtwicnizft no rnmnptitinn Goods sent by Express C. 0. SPOOL THE GREAT ATTRACTION AT THE ATLANTA COTTON EXPOSITION a. f 4k B8hs I En O g..O K I O CO WOUND ON WHITE SPOOLS. Th manufacturer of tbiaSnool Cotton have now nut In motion their Ww AutnmnttcflnootlntF fa Chlnry, one ol th greatest mechanical uia'vels ever Oueof these machines will spool or wind over six Uions-uid spools of cotton every day. It spools or winds EIGHT spools of cotton at a time. It lifts up tbe 8 empty spool, fastens the thread on esch spool, and measures out the 200 yards on all the a spools at the tame time. When it ha wound and measured the 200 yards, it theu cuts the thread ou each of the 8 spools, It next rnske a llttl Incision or silt Iu the edce of each spool, fastens the thread into the slit, and Anally drops th spool, ready lor the market, aud bc-gii anew with 8 more empty spools. The lucrod'jloui are soratlme Inclined to ililnk thrt tbere Is something supernatural about this machine. It is so wonderfully perfect aud complete iu everv movement, and yet so simple that oue yoa-jg lady i all that 1 required to attend to eavh machine. They will also introduce to the public for the first time thir NEW PATENT TICKETING Jla CIIIXERT, which 1 also another very woudvrful piece of mechanical skill. This machine will b la position lu a few davs, aud will put tbe tickets on tbe spools at the rate of 170 par miuut. or will tickot 102,000 spools of cotton every day of ten hours. Thy will also Introduce BOX. MAKING and several other interesting processes In connection with th manufacture of spool cotton. They will have on exhibition the handsomest case of Spool Cotton ever seeu 1 Georgia, standing 20 ft high, and got up at a cost of nearly two thousand doll- rs. They will alB exhibit several beautiful cases of Colored Spool Cottons, which lor dclicacv of tint and brilliancy of color hav never ben equaled by any other thread manufacturers. The manufacturers of O. . T. will aluo exhibit their loO Mile Monster Spools. Tbe feat of wind ing thread on such enormous spools bas never been successfully accomplished by any other thread" makers. Tbjy will also have oucxhlbit'on 10.000 Japanese Work Boses, each box containing 8 spools of O. Bf . T. Cotton, which they will offer to the public at the low price of 50 cents each. Tbe manufacturer of CLARK'S O. W. T. SPOOL COTTON are preparins to dii-trlbute. FREE OF CHAROK, luo.ouo sample boxes of this celebrated thread, w hich will btj prepared in the building. Th manufacturer! of U. Sf. T. are la the prond position of beinj the largest manufacturers ol spool cottou lu the wjrld, giving emp.oyinent W upward of Uuuo operatives. Th enormous increase In th demand for this celcbratedthread has compelled the manufacturers to bnild au addltton to their present works in Newark, N.J , aud uext year, when completed, will give employment to 1300 more operatives. There ar several brand of CLARK'S THREADS, and there is a very fteneral impression among coasamers in the south that If. t. Is wound on black spools. In justice to themselves, the manu facturer of O. W. T. bet; to correct this verv general mistake, and would state that the 4H. T- is wound on wnrrr SPOOL, and the bottom label oi every spool is branded O. K. T. NONE OTHER IS GBXCINE. At this time th manufacturer of CLARK'S O. W. T. SPOOL COTTON are making a special effort to In trod nee tbi thread more universally in tho S.mtb, and would esteem it a great favor it every lsdy wouldjrlve It a fair trial and Judge of Its merits. It is the popular thread In all other parts of this great couutry, aud it only requires to be better known to beoem th popular Sewing Thread of the South. . GEORGE A. I'LAKK. tfc BUOTHLUItV , 400 Broadway, Ifew York. 9ae Agent in Aiaorlos. FI.AWTERS INS. CO Insures against Fire. Marine and Inland Risks al Moderate Rates. PAID "UP CAPITAL, : : x : : 150,000 D. T. PORTER, Tree'. J0H5 0VERT0X. Jr., V. Treat, (i. 1). RAINE, Sec'y. Ol R E CT O R Ss 8. H. BROOKS, JL L. CO?rrW. J. E. GOPWPT, J. W. FULMER, W.B. QALBitEATIl JNO. OVEBTON.ir., D. T. PORTER, (i. V. BAMBAUT, N. K. SLEDGE, Isa Paid by tbe Company, a Half JKIIltou Dollar. MB.llAIrE, th fteeretary, Is also Arent for sevoral stannr-h Forclfrn Companies, rirotalnent among thorn tho Jfortb Brillsta and Mercantile. In bis Axtney, Mr. Ralne lnsnm all clssmof prop erty, including Olnboose, at tbe iowust rates possible to secure reliable Indemnity. Office In Planters ISiiildiug, 41 Madison Street Fearce, WilOJjSAI-E 6 rocer's, Cotio n Fa c to rs 260 and 262 Front Street, Memphis, Tern? A.Gk COTTON Xo. 300 Front Street, T. B.HAYIESfe CO. COTTON Office No. 268 Front Civil and Mining Engineering In the rnttreralsr of Virginia. Full eonrae in these department by a staff of six i robscoia. BeKdon open Cxi. 1st. P. O. University of Virginia. J.J. MURPHY. 3. F. MCRPHT MURPHY & MURPHY, General Insurance Agents, Urn. 6 Madison Street, ADJOINING COTTON EXCnAtiK, HeiuplalB m TeuneasMe. aarOnlj the beat oompanle. Ci:ibrnaea and Country (rtore a specialty ' Costly thy habit as thy purse can bny, Bnt not express'd in fancy; rich, not gaudy ; For the apparel oft proclaims the man." oi tins maxim, we will, this week, BAuuius wnicii no other house in this city dare qu uonestiy live up to. CLOTHING. OUR LINE OF OVERCOATS is eon Complete, and embrace all the lAteat Sltles and Nnveltie. to 1, I'nimil in K.w to 11 years rji Mt.ta to 11 years 11 vn.K "f U.,A BOYS' FA NCY WORSTElih'uiTSfrom'ii' to U yeainof age!" BOYS' DRESS SUITS, all Wool, twenty Styles to select from from 9 to 12 years of see BOYS' FINE IMPORTED SUITINGS, lu all tbe Latest Styles, hin.-dreds of di lie rent Patterns to select from, ranging In prices from , (j cents to ll'jcurs 3 l 50 Stvlo to se- " o on rt on MEN'S CLOTHING. MEN'S ALL-WOOL BUSINESS SUITS, Sack or Frock flO. $12, 14 115 MEN'S FINE DRESS AND BUSINESS SUITS, eqaal In make up to our best home-work. ami at from SO to 60 per cent, less, $18, $J0. $.5. $30 MEN'S IMPORTED BROADCLOTHS AND DIAGONALS, Coats and Vests, Prince Alliert ityle, Silk and Satin lined, the Finest Goodn In the World $ i&Q .nd $35 EXTRABIZESUlTSforLarxeMen. Extra Size Pants, separata from Suits, as large as 50 inches iu waist. MEN'S OVERCOATS, in Endless Variety, ranging In prices from 2 50 to $30 00 Beautiful c tf. q m Coat, Pants Suits. 1)., with privilege of examination. o COTI'O.V. IS (arv V? in i i o produced. FACTORS, - - - femplils, Tenn. FACTORS, street, Memphis, Tenn, MISSISSIPPI & TE5XESSEE R.R.CO. sro:iiKOLii:R.s' keeusc. THE Annual KectinK of the Stockholders of the Miss, anil Tenn. R. K. (Jo. will be held at bARDIs, Panola county, Miss., , ; On Wednesday, Xoveuaber SS, 1881, at which time Directors will be erwted for the er suing year. H. H. LAMB. Beeretary. CONFEDERATE B0XDS. Am bus In largoly these bonds with all coupons attached. Until orders exhausted, will pay M a thousand for such bonds delivered at my ofllr, ! WhII HU,fiTvt Yark.freeof tnse,in lot underoue uuntirca tnousana, ano as ova mon eani in larger iis. RAPIIAE1, J. MOSES, Jr. give you a partial list and a brief quote and York. W e bava those Goods for Bovs as low In price a 1 SO up to 10 BO Yd' ALL-WOOL CASSIMERE SU ITS, Loug Pants from 9 to S 00 to 7 00 I oO to 6 00 S 00 to 8 00 10 00 to 18 00 Country Orders Solicited. SHIRTS Made to Measure! 91 SO and up for the Beat KtalrU Hade to Order, THE SHIRT TAILOR, 269 1-2 Main, 0pp. Court Square Perfect Fit and Satisfaction Warranted. Material and Make tb Best. Haj's Medicated Flannel Underwear Prevent Chills and Rheumatism. The FLne.t and Largest Stock of Gents' larsiiDlBgs in the South, AT LOWEST PHICES. So. 269 Main Street, Opp. Court Sqnare PARTICULAR INFORMATION As to addreas of aeutleman whose name commenced with " Jlc" (tho balance not recollected), or any otber person who was on the east-bound train on the 31st May last, when an old man, bis wife, daughter aud child were ejected from the train, about th heur of midnight, at White's Btatlon, nine miles east ot -iiempoi". riease aaaress jiessis. Wright, Folkes A Wriaht. Lawvenl. Mpmnhli T.nn nr m i-1 f Town Creek, Ala., and confer a areat ravor on an agjrrievel family. Q t. 22. ism. ryw. B. HALL. lEOlTEOOITira for Building of all CZastom, Tor c!rcn!rs and prices addreaa W. G. HYXBSUlH & CXX, Or tn JOHN MAHOOl'E. asrent. Ulemphia, Tena. CHANCERY SALE or SEAL ESTATE For Partition on Opened Biddings. No. 32S, K. Chancery Court of Shelby county William Neville et al. vs.Q. W. Gran berry etal. BY virtu of an interlocutory decree for sale en. tered in the above cause on the 23d day of m 1 1 .1 puuuc niiuiiuii. M tile Lighest bidder, in front of the Clerk and Master oiuec, ixiurmouse ot bhelby county, Memphis, Tennessee, on . Satnrdajr, October 30, 1881, wl , 4 . 1.. 1 kna.M I Kn fnll. .1 ik.J I . . 1 1 . . iv.l IIUU1S, UIC nl.vjnii ULIILI lUUH IUf. erty. situated In Shelby county, Tenn., to-wit: ai inn suutnwest corner oi ine intersection or Third and Adams struct forty (40) feet front on auaias, witn a aepui or ninety-six (W) reel, on whieb stands a Grocery Store. Trms ot Sale One-third cash: balance la nine aud eighteen months; purchaser executing notes with good security, bearing sir percent, in teiest for deferred payments; lien retained, etc x MB vuvuuer zr, iroi. R. J. BLACK, Clerk and Mastc. C1pp A Beard. 8ols. forCompl't. WALL PAPER! Window Shades, House Painting, Sign Painting, Kalsomining, " Glazing, Etc., HOOK & LaGBILL, S89 Set oiul Ntreet. E. A. BENSON'S NEW MUSIC PALACE JUST OPENED AT No. B-0-4L TVXaalxa. Sr99, WITH A LARGE STOCK PIANOS, ORGANS Guitars, Violin. Arrordeonn, Sheet nnslr.Mnsie Books.Tleiia and nltar Striata, Kte., AT ST. LOCIS PBICES. ILL be pleased to see all my old patronao! lormer year. K. A. BENHOlf , S 14 Main St. a B. WELLF0F.D. TH08. WELLFOBD. C. B. WELLF0RD & CO. OEHEBAI. Insurance Agents, Xe. S Madison street, OpiKHilt Cottoa Eirhssts, Mempkls - TS HOUSES AND COUNTRY STORES IN Jt aured at lowest rate. ill I ! HEM MIS-LED! - Bat vadirert t tkeabave Maker on Mala Street, where ysies II ad FALLw JVn WISTEK CLaTHIIfO fer Ma. Yenta and Saws a ad Ctiildresi, af every variety staid style, wkleki we will poaitlvely aell yasa Far Lower tbaa New Vark t'aat be. eaase we pnreiiased tbe eat I re atoclt froiu tbe amti;aee ot M. Faltl at a sreat aarri . Hee,aad are deieraataed ta clone aal by Melllas; Eawer iha any other bonne la the city. All we askef a rirr pnblle I aa iaapeetiow or oar Koodaaad price thew yoa will be eoawiaeed of tbe ansanat yea will save la nsklag your parrksses oar hoaae, Besneclfally, I. W. ASyXEM. 1-JtICE Men's Nil id. Men' Hen Men1 Men Men Men' Men1 Men' Men Men Men i Heavy Working Suits, tl, worth $H. s Heavy Union Cawtmsre Suits. I-., worth 1'0. s Heavy Scotch Cassimere Suits. 17 60,wth f 15. s Heavy Fine Worsted Suits, 110, worth f JO. Heavy All Wool Cassimere 8ults.tl0.wth tJO. s Heavy Fancy Cheviot 8-.it. til, wth tit SO. t Heavy Genuine Beaver Suit, 115, wortb 130. Heavy Four-Button Cutaway Suits, fit M worth t i Heavy Fine French Cassimere, in Varlout Patterus, tl5, worth $30. Heavy Genuine French Craat Coats and Vesta, 12 60, worth s Heavy Fine Coats and Vetts front $S to 115, worth double. Overcoats. Durable Overcoats, U 75, worth IS. Heavy Melton Overcoats. 13 75. worth 17 SO Men Men Men Men Men Men Men1 Men' Meu Men s Heavy Cblucllla Overcxiats, 14 50, worth S'l. firm, iiiTiiaoa uvercctu, mo ou, worm 1 1 u. worth 110. I wonh us. 4 colors, $7, I j nI rur tsemvec Mvereoata. as, s Union Beaver Overcoats, la three worth tit. s Heavy Genuine Xuglish Beaver Overcoat, ii. biii m ffoi, s Heavy Ulsters from 10 to $10. wth double, s Heavy Ulsterettes, in Various Patterns, from IS to tl5, worth double, s Reversible Overcoats, in Differ en t Patterns, from $8 to f 12 60, worth double. Bovs' Suits. Bovs' Boys' ' Heavy Suits, eleven to sixteen year, S3 20. 1 RM..'lnlnti r1. ..1 mai. Ci.t. ui Boys' Boys' Heavy Fancy Cassimere Suit,' $S 80. Heavy Genuine Scotch Suits, $. I.W.ASHNER, 3331 1 MAIN STREET. 1 m I FRANK SCIIUMAJir, ImnnrtAr. Vannfutiir m-nA TVMlr In Gang, Rlflen, Flttols, Immnnltion, Flshine Tackle. Eta. Flae stacker Breeek-Loadla; daaaaad Biflea always a hand 111 BEALE HTBEET, MEMPHia. Puns and BIBes bonght. sold and exchanged. Repairing done and warranted. SOLE AOERTS FOR! Trade J.S.FARRESACO., Otste Pack irs. LEMMOM&GALE WHOLFaS M 1 MM ry mobs, mat, AJfD GENTLEtlEN'S FURNISHING GOODS Nos. 326-328 Main street, Memphis Tenn. WE START OFF THE FALL OF '81 WITH AN INCKEA8EB STOCK IS EVERY DEPARTMEN1 of onr business. WE PAY CASH FOR OUR GOODS, and arc determined not to le behind any house In the South r West in meeting the want oi the trade. We Invite a call. LKMMON A UAL1C WOODRUFF 175-177-179 MAIN ST. . MANUFACTURERS AMD Carriages, Buggies, Wagons All Kinds of CARRIAGE A FULL SADDLERY AND HARNESS, AND ALL GOODS PERTAININO TO THIS LINK. All Kinds of Repairing Done with. Neatness and Dispatch GENERAL AGENTS FOR THE Milbura, Fish Bros, and Tennessee Wagons 0. T. 1MS1TT LUMBER MERCHANTS Aa Dealer ta DOORS, SASH, BLINDS and MOLDINGS, FLOORXNO. Ceiling, Hiding, Shingles, Lath, Kit. Ofltoe aad Store, ffa. UI Sceaul St. Tara anl Warekoaae. for. If era a alo at Gayaao t&" Price Lists, EMimatos aid Jloldlng I too Kg Mailed on application . "M 4T. STm 33xa.aTo3r. WHOLESALE GROCERS AhD GOTTuN FACTORS No. 274 Front Street, Memphis. llandlingr of Cotton a Specialty. Liberal Cash Advances Made oa Consignment A.. C. TKEADWELL. ilftU.Mwell&Co. WHOLESALE i CROGERS -AND- Xo. 11 Union Street, MemplilH, Tenn. K. I. WALHEIt COTTOH FACT 0 VIS AND COMMISSION MERC HAN T KTo. 76 IVont Street, Near Ootton Exenanse, - - Memphis, Tennessee. TUksral aatwaaMaa aaasl t'eltass Caalraaaeata.-Ca UUU2 I1ST. Paiits. Men's Heavy Union Cassimere i so Fanta, (2, wor Men' Heavy All-Wool Cassimere worth as. Pants, $3 50, Men's Heavy French Cassimere Pant, ft 50, worth $7 50. fen's Heavy Jeans Pant from 75c to tl , Youths' Salts. From $4 to $9, worth double. School Salts. From eight to twelve year, $2 75. Union Cassimere Suits, $4. Fancy Cassimere Suits, $5. Bootch Cassimere Suit, B5 2& Children's Wear. rrom jour to ten years, a-2, and upward, Jfo1"!' 0iruouu.ia tat, ad award. wtk Boys' Overcoats, tl, nd upward, worth doul Children' Overcoats, $2 50, and upward, From four to ten years. $2, and upward. taeonLl double. UUUUIO, Gents Furnishing Goods. Men's Heavy Knit Undershirts, 25c. Men' Heavy Flue Merino Undershirts. 50c. Men' Heavy Cotton Flannel Unden,hirta, 85c Men' Heavy Cotton Flannel Drawers, U5c Men's Heavy Red Flannel Suits, $i Men's Heavy White Shaker Flannel Suits, H Men's Heavy Uulaundried Shirts, otto. Men's Heavy Percale Shirts, 50c. Men's Heavy Fine Laundricd Shirts, 76e. Men' Cardigan jacket, from 75c, and upward. O JN0.A.SI6NAIG0 Wholesale and RetrJl.Desler in FRESH OYSTERS, riSH, Game, Live & Dressed Tonltrv, ANI CEIiERT, 278 & 280 SECOND ST. A TiF. I k OLIVER 176-178-180 FRONT ST. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN AND WAGON MATERIAL STOCK OF Toliu IS. Toof. CO. Olot&ing S CO. A- B. TKK.4 DWELL, 'R& TKEADWELL. lm B. T AIKEK. I ..i.