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J ; jr j-- r , eMjjjjjgjg3BM,fjBaMianaaW THE MEMPHLTS DAILY A.PPEAL-SITNDAY; NOVEMR-RT?. ft -ift-i NO THOROUGHFARE a BaaM, aaaaa (t -re ihaii a tfe-rotn rmoii. To B.L0WEN8T CALL PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO THEIR Ikek Goods VsMirins our Patrons that the Stock and Artmont Has Never Been so Large or Prices as Reasonable! B10W WE MENTION Foula Cloth, French Cord, A FEW Camlet Jersey Cloth, Cloth. Moire Worsted, Oriuurc Tricotine, Henrietta Cloth, CASHMERES i COURTAULD CRAPES IS EVERT QUAXTTY AND "WIDTH. WFWRTElPi & BROTHERS, B.LO SBLIilMG AT TT? ft i arm ... ? d l x rs Wfl FRANK HOWE'S IMPEOVED KJdln4 Trxrk Waron- Dormant- OHGILLBROTHRS&CQAGT'S,MMFHIS JET PALACE. JET PALACE! FINE JEWELRY rAT ASTONISHING LOW PRICES , hr-rlst Vaa-a, La-ra W4K cM JrwHrr-M VU. ra Sana, Bnttku, ...u,.a t-rua iawtry tw-lally aia iuti saw cL. mas-l Sm urk af a " 1 ay l I malt nrr;- 1 r wwiii. niwia. Kwka. " bn-ra Claaes, t.ctlra uh! Ww atavai ar ral Oars and roal Jet iilsriiaw. SiMtr u4 larx wtTTSfra-Latwa- aa strata. la Cald Iravr-aJtaal Walking- aaMatf Isary taa wxrksukmaaa Jnrf. ""T nn aaiielua. ar Waf-tM- an Clack, a ad aalr ay earelleat ad Kraalna lw Cal a nr nara aad rxamine to. M.u.aa .; .. low psuru : JET PALACE. 2tt fnj-i Ktrft. flay Hnllrtlng. Kf-sL ESTATE AG EXT!. A. Wheatley, Estate Agent Real -AXO- ATTOB5EY; 281 Haia Ktreet, Walker Bloek, r.WPHI -TEST SI ESSE E J a. C. S. Qacerooa. OVERTON & GROSVENCR, Pieal Estate Dealers AGE3TTS AD BROKERS, OFFICE, 264 SECOND ST., .LCif.(W and (Mrt, ME3IPHH, : : : : : TENNESSEE. KiL KTATK BOUGHT AXD SOLD, TAIE3 ITaTing determined to FOR MEN, F0R Silil I f I1MII I'i f III 1M llllild b 1 it is 1 iffl i (DfSfIIf(G 01 1.0a oy oine 01 the mot iiUe inemU'ni of mjr ebiinh: and "''"'" ; ti physically weary, from ,av- Kewabh. V moruiiiK, and uxiklUK forwrd fail ura occurred bank failure. ,nu to preach a.-ln at nitrht. 1 jviirKe u so. an 10 llo-iu the u - ruoon . -i ,'UAUl--ICAT10Xa- .clc, and f hh uld uul pu-shyu-ry any mora --j 1 have dune with "le",d,e,l'M i-chemlcJp, h.vingVn' offic at fl2 Libartyat, Xew York.noUfUd he.r cre,t,tor. that thear. unable to meei coin promise, , r Qepartmentl a OF OUR CHOICE NOYELTIES: Vclour Tricot, Imperial Serge, Drap d' Alma, Pekin Cashmere, Brocade Worsted, Chudda Cloth, Tamise Cloth, VIM riatform. Counter, and other UQTORS. IXPOETX3 AKS CKAXXS Bf Wines, Liquors, AND CIGAR'S, 322 Front St, B4twn 5Jonm and I'nion. Memphi PIAXOS, ETC. E. A. BENSON'S KEWMUSICPALACE JCST OPESED AT No. 844 3kXa.lxx Street. WITH A LARGE STOCK PIANOS. ORGANS (aiiara.Tiolla. AenrdMiu, Btaeet Jiaalc, Xasic Coofca.TIoIla aad Oaitar Striata, Etc AT ST. LOCIS PRICES. IlIIL be pleased to M all mj old p&tronsol l V former years. K- A. BFUKAV. !M4 Mala a. II I I.I.I A KI TA BLEW. THE MONARCH HAYING been aptin:cd Aent for the Messrs. J. M. Brunswick Balke Co.. the cele brated mannfactruera ot Billiard Tables and 8id piies. I ain prvrsrwd to otter inducement Ip parties requiring anything in this line. SIDNEY COOK Peabo.-lf Billiard Room. llrmpM. Tnn COMMISSION MEItCIIAATS. LeBOrTILEIER & t'LABKE, COBHISSIOS aERCHASTs, Ba. 70 taSalla SL, Cbleaca, III., Boom 5. GRAF AND PROVISIONS Boneht. Bold and Car ried on Margate on CHICAGO BOARD or TRADS. Ca-Refer to Hida aud Leather Kational Kant Chlcaro. Change Our Business to one of MUM &C0..249 Jobs lilly, atrT-:. Sfaty.yyis. JTKJy' BOYS AND CHILDREN, m llENT --FIXTURES - "ViTFn TO INSPECT nun J., November 7. Auotner to-day, resulting from the II.n. t. r T ... 1 , . Anntner 1 .inn. men nineteen trunks aitMtTP asa. aax meni,. The total loss will remfj I he building was insured for $9500. tat ftlock Aaaocialloa of t biraKa. CirrcAdo, November 7.-The fourth an nual weetmg of the Iliinoi. Stock "how uouu ul ir an YYinklr -We Invito an lapection ol the Largest nd Bert Awortment of IM PORTED CLOTIiS. CAS8IMERE3 and SUITINGS to be found at any Tallortug Establishment In the Southweit. rWe keep nothing but Imported Good. a" Sample sent on application MURRAY & R1DUELY, Ss liadlaon Street, Memphis. AJITOSEltLENTS. JOSEPH BROOKS. Proprietor and Manager Six Nlahta and Saturday Matinee, COMMENCING MONDAY. NOV. 7. Encasement of the Famous HOEY AND HARDIE onmN atio.x. The Best American Dramatic Company. ifoVBXV CHILD OF THE STATE and TUESDAY yTEBnda"? DIPLOiVlACY. and TnCRSl'AY nsnrrr- and SATTROAT Aew Im ly jieori iloey . A Brother's Life. oni'' SaturJay Matinee at '2 p.m., f'hil.U f'F THE STATK. tk. .i. nlavs will txt crodnced with entlie Now S.nervuCnitupe6anuun.;.mi mw 10.M'EBI ! 1 a For the Benefit of GBsCE l-lll'icrll (1RUAS H'NR, To I (iTen at I'asinu Hall, Cor. Union and Second, TROGRAMME. 1 riano Duo "Relne res Fees" Smith MisstrrieS. Kictmnlson antt Mr. Kini'.e Ivy. 2 Tenor Solo "Across the Far Blue Hills, Marie.' Mr. decree L. C&siner. J Soprino Solo "May Blossoms," SlomanTorry Miss Lizzie Mcl'lellan. Soprano aol "i ri ival of Venice. "...Benedict Ml Carrie llowaiJ. 5 Biss Solo "l'iiy. o Sav'or." btredclla Mr. A. Rein. 6 Recitation , Miss bora ADterson. 7 Piano Iuo "Coueert Valse." Goldner Mini Richardson and Mr. Lew. 8 dODrajio Solo "An Italinu Song." Piiisuti ij: oo:iie Houston. aTeno 5olo "Til Ctovtu Thee Quecn."...Toure Mr. Victor rowton. y Soprano S l ' "Bunch of Violets." Plnsutl Mias Minnie Hunter. 11 Vocal Trio "Wiiiij I'm Hone from Thee." MiasMTUllan, Mew. Cwtnsraud Re is. EKII.E LEVI, J!o !! Dlrerlor. OSCEJtT AT ST. PETEU-S Cni'BlH, TUESDAY, NOV.S, IsM. I rc.'cds for the purchase of new mufcic. PJiOGRAMMK. 1 Gracd March Mllltalr (oiiC") - I'f- Wiiikic: 2 Xiuht's 5ha.ic no Louue.... .CB0fU3 from Koc siu's Oratorio Moses in Kypt .. Choir 3 Ave Maria (soprano solo) hoosiai iwith ax'OmpauiLaent of violin by Mr. II. . HolleiilrK ...Mrs. R. M. Mansford. 4 tircetiui: to the Virjtin (duo for tenor and bass) Messrs. Hulton and Carej. b Hymn at Kvenius (cornet solo) Mr. Arnold (organ accoinpani.'ucut.) 6 Ave Retina (worann solo) Eas?im Miss T. Smith. 7 Pate Sotiiturn (bas solo with chorus). M. Costa Mr. Ryan, supported by the entire choir. 8 Father In Heaven (invocation), soprano solo from Donizetti, with violin accompaniment by Mr. U. (i. Hollenben?..,.Miss . specht. 9 fcice Pauls (due for baritone and ba?s - 'Hollander Messrs. Carey and Grinith. 10 Thou Art My God, soprano solo by Abt, with violin acconipauimeut by Mr. H. O. llol leuberg Miss May Lifthtburne 11 Cujus Animam, tenor solo from Stabat Mater, by Koasint Mr. G. D. Hutton 12 Let tbe Bright Seraphin, solo from Handel's oratorio Sampson, accompanied ou cornet by Mr. Arnold Mrs. A. Moy.ton 13 Inammatus. soprauu solo, with chorus, from Rossini's Stabat Mrs. J. Duffy, supported by the choir. 14 March, lor comet and organ -.Pro's. Arnold and Winkler Concert to begin promptly at 8 o'clock. Tickets, 50c. For sale et ft, M Mansford. ?.S Main street, H. G. Hollenbenr's. i Mft'n street. 1 P. Carey A Co. 'a, ill Main street, it. J. (k-inraes & Co.'s, 2J7 Main street, and at the door on the night of the concert. Q.Ra.SD OCU COXCKHT. BENEFIT OP V. N. NEWTON, AX-CASIXOIIAI.lv, Taeaxlay EtcdIdk, Kovesntier 8, 1SS1. COMMITTEE. J. w. Voeeell. G. It. Juduh. 11. Gronauer. ASSISTED BY Mr. lIathorne, Mrs. Movston, Mr. Wcnuel, PROF. KCHri.ZF. Xtuatcal Uirteior. Prof. n. fk-halm. Joseph 8pechU 1.. noientnui. Miss Eva Walton, Mrs. ntz. Mr. Karsh, Mr. Reese. TTCKKTS FIFTY CFSTP 1 500 bays Coffee. 1000 brls Refined Sctrars. 1000 Tes., Buckets and Tin Palls Fair- bank's Lard. 500 brls. Silver Hooa Flour New Pro cess. 200 brls. Royal Patent Flonr. 500 brls. Flonr different kinds. 60 Tierces Hams. 500 blf. brls. New Mackerel. 2000 Kits Sew Mae&?rel. 100,000 lbs. Candy, Stick and Fancy. 10,000 cases imported and American Siir nines, rtcKips, salmon, Uysders, Peaches, Tomatoes, Mackerel, Lnb- iiers, liranuj-reaciies, urancj t'herries. Etc. 1000 bags hand-pitted and machine- cleaned Virginia and Tennessee Peanuts. lOOa bags Nnts Almonds, Brazil, Te- cans, ualn s. etc. 500 hlf brls and brls. Oatmeal, cracked Wheat, Barley, Graham Flour, etc. 600 bxs. Raisins, Prunes, Citron, etc 200 bxs. Xew Cream Cheese. 60 brls pure 40 grain Vinegar. 100 bxs. Sage. Hops, 1'ornSiurih, Rice Flonr, Tapioca, etc. 50 brls. and Halves Green & Clark's Cider. 200 bags Dairy and Spall Pocket Salt. Exclusive Wholesale, 9 FR1C FOll SALE. Tn wvl. io.,ST.t a llll i of 2.10 acres EtaarSR I cleared, fUr mile above road. lor or bitytn wW a areai OtaFiiBM las kita Mhm Will bo W ritten on Half the Streets of the City, if the Railroads Aro Allowed Full Swing. Modest Request of the C, 0. and 8. for the Surrender to It of an Im portant Avenue. The LegiB,'dci?e Council mtt yesterday afternoon, with Acting-President Burke in the chair, and Messrs. Galloway, Goodbar, (uinn, (iravcp, James and Brown present. Tlie meeting was called for the especial pur pose of considering a petition of the Chesa ueake. Obio and Souttiwestem Kailwav com pany. The reading of the minutes was dis pensed with, nod only the railroad petition and a few other matters were passed upon. The following is thehrai petition of the road: WHAT TJIEV AVAST, The Chesapeake, Ohio and Southwestern JRiUlroad company would respectfully repre sent unto your uuuv.. -j us .uuows: That, under the contract made with you on the 26th of April Ias.t, by the Memphis, Pa diicah and Northern Kailroad company, to all the righu of which company thereunder your petitioner has succeeded, permission was given to lay dowD, maintain and operate a track ot railway alone; I'romenade street; that along that portion of said street between Market and Auction, the present grade ol said Promenade street will necessarily be altered to allow the passage of trains ot cars, etc., thereover; that such chaDge of grade, as well as such occupation ol said street oy saitl railway track, will interrupt the passwayg to and lrom tno Alerctianw uotton tress anu Storage company, and render its present en trance to its machines, presses and ware houses impracticable and useless; that it may be necessary, after the living down ot said railway track on Promenade street, to open a new wagon-way for said. Cotton Press and Storage company to pass cotton, etc., to and from its presa:8 and warehouses into the city, auu tun. uig ,i.iu r:ii,auit. m(iii seems to be to tunnel Jackson street under and across Promenade, from the east wall ol said cottaa press and storage company s bii!diii3 at a level with iu (l-)or up to Chickasaw street. That this company would ask permission to so tunnel and erado Jackson street from Chickasaw street west under Promenade, down to the level of said cotton press an1 storage company tloor at their east wall, opening said tunnel to a width of twenty four feet and a hignt of iv.clve and a natt feet in the clcr.r; then your petitioner to pave Chiekasaw street lor a space of thirty feet in width frori Market street porth to Jackson, and to pave said Jackson from Chickasaw west to the west lints of Promenade strtet inclusive of such tunnel. This petition .was received and referred to a committee composed of Messrs. Galloway, Graves and iroG. ANOTUEB rETITIOtf, the Cist part of which was similar to the first, wai received and referred to the same conimiUee, Its points of difference from t'je other were a follows: That permission li!td been granted the company to lay a . track from the crossings cn Market street, on Promenade and Fulton streets, along the liue of and parallel to, and on the eiist of ih? ''M &f 'he Mississippi and Tennessee ex tension, save st the points west of the cus tomhouse, and there west of said line to and overjaid prepiises above leased it south of Union street. It was provided, however, that on lhai part of said extension along the line of the Mis sissippi and Tcnnefste Kaiiroad, between Jefferson and Union streets, the said M-:m phi., Pudiica!; and Northern Kailroad com pany shall not be allowed to construct or lay any second track, other and be:-ide said Mis sissippi aud Tennessee I'ailroad extension, but ovrr that portion of said line between Jefferson and Union Btreets said Memphis, Paducah and Northern liiiiroad company shall run ovf r the line of the Mississippi and Tennessee Bailroad company, under the reservation made by the first party and tlic Mississippi and Tennessee ltaiiroad compa ny, and said second party may acquire joint ownership with aid Mi--issippi aud Tennes see Railroad company over that part ot its extension. But in case such joint ownership cannot be acquired by said second party, or such jjint occupaucy is Biiccc-Srfully rescind by said Mississippi and Teunesste Railroad company, thta the proviso bhall not op- eratu. Tnat your petitioner is now ready and making preparations for laying down said track from i:s passenger depot at the foot of txchange slreet to its Itasca premises be tween Union ar:d Beale stre3ts, but finds that joint ownership of said Memphis an 1 Tennessee Railroad line cannot be obtained, because of their terms of the mortgage of that company upon its line of railway and franchises, besides which dimculty petition erst would represent that to run to said Mem phis and Tennessee Railroad track at JeffVr son, there to cross over or enter upon said Memphis and Ttnii'ssee Railroad track, as well as to run to paid Memphis and Tennes see Railroad track going north from this company's grounds south of Union, there to cross over or enter upon the fame, will ne cessitate Btops and switching with every train on either line of railroad passing over said grounds, and so cause some interruption to the ready passage between the city and the river. fhis interruption would exist both at Jefferson and Union streets as to trains passing in either direction on either line of road. Petitioner is advised that it would be an economy of said river front, both as to space occupied and as to interruption of passage between the city and the river, to allow it to construct its line separate from said Missis sippi and Tennessee Railroad extension ail the way along said river front, and to ar range with said Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad company for a shifting of track", so 6 to save said crossings, stops, r t N. MONS.VItRAT, iiju'l Sup't. VACCINATION. The Board of Health, by its Secretary, Dr. Cannon, reported that at a meeting on Octo ber ol, 1881, it was unanimously ordered that the said body present to the Legislative Council for their considerate. n the necessity of a course of public vaccination for the cuy :it lnrg. at :.n -timated cost rot to exceed 22-5. It is reiiuested that this matter be brought before the next meeting of the Council. Granted. The petition for a crossing on Goslee and Vance ra granted, provided the citizens pay the extra cost, ANOTHER OS 'EM. A petition from P. Lawless and others was received for the rent of a small strip of ground on the Public Promenade, lying be tween the lines of the Mississippi and Ten nessee Railroad and the Paducah and Mem phis Railroad. Referred to Messrs. Gallo way, Graves and Brown. The Council then adjourned. 1'LliSIIES! 1WEXKEX BKOTIIEKN Offer for this week special induce ments in their SILK DElAUT5IEST! Our plushes are all silk surface. Our black silks are of Lvnus niaiiulacture. Job lots in fancy silks for com bination suits. MEXKEX IHSOTII EltS. The Mor-art Noelety. The annual election of officers of the Mo zart Society will take place at their hall to morrow night at 7. 30 o'clock. A full attend ance of both the associate aud active members is earnestly recjuisted. By order x. j. caj , rrcsuient. J. O. Mi'Ci.intch'K, Secretary. Use Self-Rising Buckwheat. I.EIIJRIE HKOTIIEKS! GOixyjro st. loui.s. ENTIRK STOCK ItegnrellcKs of Com! ! Seu-Risiso Buckwheat, always Hf ady for use; no failures; can make delicious fakes in unoiiea. r or sale nr ail retait Kiwcta. - - a -. 1 Inn iMZSJf cheapest at HV uarmin will be Ri,.C imj'a 4'linccery Court McDowell. Jndg-e. Calendar for November 7th: 2040. Stewart va Jackson; 2904, Houston vs Trigg; 2926, Morris is Hartley; 2945, tlarraves ts Trezevant; 2989, Coi.org vs citv; 2990, Casey vs city; fliCTjratn ts city; 99, Mm honey ts city; 2996, Neylon ts city; 2997, McCarthy ts city; 3000, Morris ts Morris; 3247, Stovall ts McGhea; 3250, Freed ts Boult; 8253, McComb ts Partee; 3507, Finch ts Anderson; 3573, Memphis and Charleston Railroad ts Gamble; 3019, Polk ts Mitchell; 3020, Saunders vs Martin; 3627, Thomas vs McDonald; 3028, Anderson ts Dickens; 3(..!9, Pulliam vs Cook; 3640,. Brinkley ts Poaton; 3645, Morgan ts Dickens; 3649, Harrell ts Fletcher; 3050, Kadford TsSnced; 3651, Smith ts Smith; 3654, Kofl'ord ts Smith; 3657, Cox ts Yair 3000, Wallace ts Greenlaw; 3664, Mansfield vs Perkins; 3675, State Bank ts Shane; 3677, Coy no ts Haynie; 3684, Sigler ts Cash) Canada ts Hudgens; 3695, Coffin tp Jones; 3098, Jar man vs Farley; 371S, Hardin ts William son; ,'5713, Bedford ts Thomas, Criminal Court Korrlgnn. Judge. Calendar for November 7. Nos. 7-7, W. H. Henderson; 5, Berry Carter; 8, S. N. DaTis; 148, William Coleman; 297, Lethier Jackson; 188, Monroe Clink. Weekly Jforlnra-y Report. Mortuary report tor the week endintr S"alur- day, November 0th. at 6 p.m. ' I Name. Age. 6c x. Color. : Cause ol de' th J II. J. W ard E. M. Holly.... Tlio. lireuuon R. Mack Jas. White.... Wni. Hulser.. '27 male, male, iiiftle. male, male, male, male, male. white idynentery. 11 mo -15 4:; 40 bi 40 19 v uitc ;ciiuiera mian. 'Thite I i.ystnitery. white ulc. bowels, white Ichronic diax. wnite Jdia. liver white !eh. hepatitis white Idropsv. while railrond acct. jwhite I marasmus Robert Cooper joiin joncs. J. liHlbrough.. male. I mal. I W. Jones... 11 mo 11 mo; e:. Lamustioh.. female, i Mitttie S-iaw .-Re-b. eioldston female.) female, female. wuue 1 para lysis. wnue on. awr, white jiian diFease. ao 4:; 23 :t 3D 2 ,39 60 Annie Woods wnite gunshot wd. white 'sclerosis. Kate A. James ie in Hie. male. male. male. male, female, female, female, temale. female, female. Terna!'. female. Robert Bards... culeOfiimiiitiun. D. Wilson Al'. Kennel .. J. If. Murohy. Hollie Bill.... . L. Point H. Crawford.. K. Polk Iuf G. Turner oi'eci piithis pulm. corediburns col'edMyp.mal. fev. col'ed :cb. dysentery, col'ed ; uiarusmuri. col'ed ch. dysentery, col'ed Ljuauinpiioii. icol'edkliol. jnfau. :! mo 74 40 2 mo C. Campbell.. L. Johnson... 101 ei aii;,rene. col'ed 1011-11 m ptloa. orei;ch. diairhe. lunknown. M. Washington -l-nk-liftwii. l-'rom ho- pit:l. Distribution of deaths by ward pirst. 3; second, 2; third, 2; fourth, 1; fifth. 5: sixth, 1: seventh, T; eighth, a; ninth, 0; tenth, 3. City hospital, 1. StlU-born, 8. Total In city, 19; white, 1; colured, in. Total, hospital and luqucst in cluded, is wiil'e, 15; colored, la CALUOt:N' CAX.-ON", SI D.. Seo.-Ctaiy BoanJ 4valll. For Silks, For Dress Goods, For Black Goods, For Suits, For Cloaks, For Underwear, For Blankets, For FlanneTa, For (i loves, For Net-kwear, CO TO II. TOW EPSTEIN cV 1JIIOS. A arI. We take great pleasure in announcing that we have secured the services of Mr. Charles E. Woodson, who will corelially welcome and cheerfully terve his many friends during our great closing sale. LELBR1K BROS., 261 Main Street. Going to &L J-ouin. Xofioc to the Stockholders in the Pioneer Cotton-Hill. A meeting of the stockholders in the Pio neer Cotton-Mil! will be held at the office of Clark, Johnson & Co., 370 Front street, on Monday, November 14th, for the purpose of electing permanent directors, livery stock halder is requested to be present. W. J. KOOKKR. Treasurer. Josf.ffy box-c-IIioe open at I'. J. Mc Carthy's, 293 Main street, Tneselay, the 15th, at v o clock. New Process Silver Moon Flour (none bet ter), itoyal ! lour (as good as any) at Oliver, r i nine s Lo. s. WOOI.EXS! MEXKEX HKOTIIEKS Announce fresh arrivals tioldeu Gate Itlankets! Medicated Flannels! Merino Tnderwear! MEXKEX ItKOTHEKS. Prof. ;ebhrdt'M allrarlioiiM arc call ing; cronda daily to I lie Collage Gal lery. Mb, Levy will show a clear sheet at the opening of the box office, which takes place Tuesday, the loth, at 6 o'clock. Uet Tickets To-morrow For Tuesday's drawing of the Louisiana lot tery cempany. The supply will hardly last throuah the day, so you had better gs early to G West Court street. There was a large demand Saturday,which could not be met on account of the non-arrival of tickets; but they will be on hand to-morrow. The large amount of money drawn out of this lottery oy people well known in -Memphis is a suffi cient guarantee of the fairness of the draw ings. The fashionable affairs of the season are to be the Josefly concerts. Third Grand Opening Of the Memphis Roller Skating R;nk, 93 Adams strett, between Third aud Fourth, under the management of l'rof. H. Levi, Monday night, November 7th, from 7:30 to 10 o'clock. Open Monday, from 3 to 5 p.m., exclusively for ladies. For lurther notice tee next issue of this paper. Jcst two dollars a dozen for the finest pro ductions of photographs. F.lsewhere iuo:e than double the money is required. Gerber Mette, 2G7 Main street, Will open pa Montlay an elegant line of Ladies' Cashmere Capes, Lace and Mull Fichus, Mull and Lace Tier, New styles of Linen and Lace Collars, As well as a full line of genu.', ladies' and children's merino and all wool underwear, at prices to defy competition. Call and examine stock and prices. No trouble to shoy goeid;.' GERBER METTE. A c.eXD thing is told of seuue ladies who, at one of Josefly's concerts, lately, gut so en thusiastic as to throw their handkerchit fs, bonnets and all small articles they could ge-t hold of at him. They held on to "the pocke t books. H carries the fair sex by storm wherever he appears. Splendid Opportunity. Jfaring determined to discontinue my business, I offer for rent my unexpired lease in storehouse So. 75 Bcale street, now occupied as a dry goods store, to any responsible jxu ty. I will make such coneofiens ir the price of rent and fixtures as to ZZk' wtt an object to those trio may s".iccecd me. In the meantime my large stock of men's and boys' clothing, hat, grnls' furnishing goods, etc. (uAu-A am tiUling raaraVsM of cost), can be found at So. 317 -Vin street, near Union. JACOB LEU BRIE. Sir.YER Moon Yeast Powder, manufac tured by us at home, and known to be abso lutely pure and free from all adulterations, and full strength. gliyer, lnki a co. Oyster, Oysters, Oysters, Fal and fine, received daily by express. B. L. Moorr a rf).. Corner liernnndo and Yaiios street. h'.OBER Stamp cheapest at Haberlirg. Wm. FRANK & CO., 240 Main Street 219 It is astonishing how first-class goods when sold at cheap prices are ap ciated by the ladies of Memphis. They certainly are the best judges in the country of real bargains. We begin our fourth week of uncom monly cheap bargains with the sale of Carpets aud Oilcloths At one-third reduction from general prevailing prices. Good hemp car pets will be sold at 15 cents; good ingrain carpets at 25 cents ; goed two ply carpets, all wool filling, at 40 cents a yard. Best hall carpets at 33 cents; best stair carpets at. 25 cents. Matting, whito and red checked, at 15 and 25 cnts per yard. Best quality oilcloths at 30 cents per square yard. Best India door mats at 75 cents each. Small foot-stools at 25 cents each. I,arge sise crumb cloths at $4 50 and $5 a piece. Lace bed sets, choice patterns, at $3 50, f t and $-1 50. Hottingham curtain laco at 20 and 25c per yard, worth double, MAJOEICA GOODS! Opened and placed on sale cheap. Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! Ladies' and children's shoes of the very best makes at astonishingly low prices. Ladies' kid and goat sewed shoes at $1, $1 25 and $1 50 a pair, worth double the price. In chil dren's shoes you'll SAVE from 50 to 75 cents on each pair. MAJOLICA WARE! At 25, 50 and 75 cents a piece placed on sale. Gloves! Gloves! Gloves! 500 pairs Foster's laced kid gloves at 1 25 a pair, usual price $1 75 a pair; 200 pairs Alexandre's best kid gloves at aO cents a pair. Majolica Ware on Sale! WM. FRANK & CO., 2 lit Main Street 319 Go and subscribe for Jost ffy. last week This is the The very finest Java, Maracaibo, Mocha and luo coltees that money will buy roasted daily at Oliver, r innie & Co. s. KAIIX .V FItEIUERU, Cor. Main and Poplar. Our store crowded all the week. SI, a few more pairs of the silk hose, SI grand goods; black, scarlets and browns, heavy; they are twice as warm as woolen hose, $ 1 ; remember, only two or three dozen we have; 8c apiece, the hem-stitched cambric bdkfs; $1 50 and SI 75 per dozen, damask towels, $1 50; 20c for pure linen tablecloth and 30c for the red turkey, 30c; 60c for heavy 10-4 linen sheeting, 00c, worth $1 25, and sold for almost the price of cotton sheeting, have been slightly wet only; the Marseilles spreads at $1; same lot of goods; very few left; 10-4 and 12-4, price the same. The Bowrett dress goods, silk and wool, 12)c, and the double-fold ladies' cloth Tit 00e;the napkins at 25c ler dozen, wet only, are the cheapest sold in fifteen years. K1IIX A FKEIBERG, Cor. Main and Poplar, Not selling out but going to New York and Philadelphia ul the end of this week for more goods, though we do not expect to replace our 25, 30 and 50c silks and the silk velvet 75c; 50c, the corn-colored gros-graiu silk; 25 aud 50c plushes ara nearly all gone; also the sublime satin de Lyon $1; the 5000 finest embroidered mull ties a e all sold, excepting a few of the finest, which wo retained for the last, at 10c. KAIIX t FREIBERG, Corner Main and Poplar. We have heard of one poor soul who is to sit up all night for front seats to Joseffy. He expects to have a camp chair and a bottle to keep tnru company. John Stnrla's Oyster house will now be open night and day, and, as everybody knows, he keeps the oyster house of the town, He will supply cans of oysters to private families. Mr.Sturla lias hxed up a handsome dining-room up stairs for the ladies, the entrance of which is on L uion s'.reet. 11c lias a reputation as a caterer second to none in the city. Indeed. he has made a specialty of the oyster busi ness for years, and those who want real first- class oysters and handsome entertainment should give him a call, because they are sure to get what they want, lie can tickle the palate of the daiuttest epicure, and, in fact. guarantees satisfaction to all. Don't forget to subscribe for Joseffy this week. Xo Imitation. Genuine solar-tin school shoes at Voereli & Co.'s, 336 Main street, corner of Union. Xew Orleans. Is one of the most interesting cities in the country. Ail who visit it are delighted with their experience. hen a trip can be made with a party of agreeable people, at a very low railroad fare, the enterprise being under the management tif a gentleman who will sec that the excursionists are well treated, then such a visit becomes especially desirable. On the luth instant the excursion projected by Mr. Collins will start from Memphis. Refer ence to the card will show one ot the most attractive price-lists ever offered to pleasure seekers. It is not likely that such another opportunity will be presented in several years. Suicide and Dyspepsia. A most remarkable cure for dyspepsia, Wells's Health Renewer." The greatest tonic, best bilious and liver remedy known. $1. Druggists. Use the Self-Rising Buckwheat, which is It is the very best For sale by all retsi prepared in Memphis. that can be made. grocers. Rubber self-inkers $3, at Haberling's. Burnett's C'oeoaine Promote's the growth of the hair, and ren ders it dark and glossy. It holds, in a liquid form, a large proportion of deodorized Co coanut Oil, prepared expressly for this pur pose. So other compound possesses the pecu liar properties vhsch so exactly suit the various conditions of the human Li Hajr. Too-nttcr-iitterly Beautiful. Yesterday was one of (he very prettiest of fall days and called out a most fashionable audience to the matinee. Main street was a perfect jam during the later part of the afternoon. One of the principal attractions was at the comer of Monroe and Main streets, where the celebrated E. C. Hurt's shoes for ladies were on exhibition. J. M. Hill & Co. are the only shoe dealers in this city who keep that make of shoes. This firm is supplied with the most complete stock of boots r.d shoe of all kinds, and for style and workmarsbip their stock can not be excelled. fa-r Our m nse second stock is now Here. All here! And such. Bargains! And such beautiful goods. See our elegant lone Silk Dolman, satin lined and for trimmed, at $31 50. And our Ulsters and our Jackets, and our Circulars, and our Children's Cloaks. Ladies Satin Coats, $22. See our Colored Plush, $2 15. See our handsome New Vork Bonnets, just opened, $11. See our Feather Caps,$3 50. It is true that we have Feather Caps at $1 50, but our $3 50 lot takes the lead. Exposition of Novelties Monday. M.&E.G.Kremer&Co LOCAL NOTICES. Cottage gallery. Two dollars a dozen. Buy your shirts at May's. The finest photo and panel pictures. Pumps anil Pipes, 40 Madison street. Best Stencils cheapest at Haberling's. NeI-SOX, dentist, corner Main and Union. J. N. McxroitD A Co., jewelers, 333 Main street, near Union. Dk. R. L. Laski's office and residence, No. 343 Main street. The annual election of officers of the Mo zart Society takes place to-morrow night. Ash wood, Pittsburg and Hecla, Ken tucky, coal at Walsh's, 230 Second street. Monumenis, grave inclosttres, lot eurbings, cheap, at Quigley's, 432 Main, near Be ale. Oatmeal, Cracked Wheat, Graham Flour, New York State Buckwheat at Oliver, Finnic & Co.'s. Tumors, erysipelas, mercurial discasrs scrofula and general debility cured by "Dr Lindsey'a Blood Searcher." Everything in line style at Mrs. M. E. Wright's restaurant, 300 Main street. Ojien from C o'clock in the morning till 12 o'clock at night. The Doctors said my wife had consump tion, tried Lindsey's Blood Searcher, and she hasbetter health than ever." G. II. Hubbard, Hampden, Ohio. Mr. H. Bejach returns this morning from New York. We welcome him back home, and hope that his most sanguine expectations wen Jreali.ed in obtaining great bargains, which he knows so well how tor dispeose to the public. His advertisement in this L-sue speaks volumes. Read it. Sour stomach, sick headachp, biliousness, dyspepsia, etc., are no light afflictions; hence auythiug that will afford relief froui them should be highly valued. Therefore we commend Portaiine, or 'fabler's Vegetable Liver Powtler, the best remedy for a dis ordered liver. For sale by W. N. Wilkerson &Co. When people exchange social greetings conviviality is prompted by a glass of "Hub Punch." This admirably prepared substitute for a punch, brewed impromptu, is delightful either with iced water, lemonade or milk. Re plenish your sideboards with it.of anv grocer, druggist and wine merchant. old bj B. J. Semmes & Co, Self Rising Buckwheat, prepnredin Mem phis, from the very best New gYork State Buckwheat. For sale by all retail grocers. Xot Gandy, but Exquisite, Is the great desire of all people who mke any effort at appearances. (,itving to the houses of the majority being less liable to inspection' than ;the individual, the for mer is neglected while the latter is fuliy up to requirements. There is no necessity' for ths house not having the same appearance. Don't be deceived in going to small dealers, Better goods lor less money can be had of all first-clas houses. The public are invited to call and examine the goods of Brysou & Camp, 231 Main street, hjtween Jefferson and Adams, feEEIXG IS ISELIEYEVG! I am determined to close stock of out my ljy Goods antl Xotious -AT-82 Main Street 328 COST XO OlIJECT! Rare bargains offered to those de sirous of purchasing GOOD GOODS FOR LITTLE MOSEY X An opportunity like this lost Li never regained. Bear this iu mind, and you will surely attend this closing sale. Good .Sold IiegardleHS or C'-ost VEXDIG'g, 830 Main Street 326 Call on Mr. Levy for the JoseflV lit and subscribe; 735 has been reached. The ladies are all anxietv tn mm tlm f-n,l. some Joseffy. 1 reli Oysters and tteier Beeelved dally per u areas, VICTOR . rvi'HS, Horn. SO and 41 Jefferaow Street. Rcbbe Linen-markero. 2!u i 1T.W. ling'. 2Q ixsn Bal gl PL-i III SSaSaaa. 1 1331 r 1 erv-,n l"f caffiSaas SS mm Maintain in Every Department Throughout. Their Es tablishment that high STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE Which has given the House its Elevated Position in this community. VISIT OUR C3LOAK ROOM I MENKEN BROTHERS. EEB fc CO IX STORfi ASD TO ARRIVE: 3C0 barrels choice Michigan Apples. 1 car e.'Uicaio Cabbage, 200 Darrels Wisconsin Onions, 2 cars choice Potatoes, 200 sacks Red Peanuts. 100 sacks White Peanuts, 100 barrels Dried Apples, &0 barrels Dried Peaches, 100 boxes Evaporated Apples, 1 car Krout barrels and hall barrels. 300 barrels Apple Vinegar, 1 car Cider barrels and half barrels, 800 boxes Factory Cheese, 2 cars Pickles barrels, half barrels and kegs, 1 car Oatmeal, Cracked Wheat, Pearl Barley, 50 tulM fine Creamery Butter, 2U0 tubs Choice Dairy Butter, 60 tuls txiking Butter, 1 car Green Peas, Beans ana Cranberries, :tcH Front St.. Memphis. For He 0 63-In contrast with those merchants who think that suocess in business retjnires them to charge just as much for a thing as they possibly can get for it, we take the opposite course. The cheaper we sell our goods, the greater the increase in our business and the better it pleases us. We firmly believe we could mark up our entire stock fully 15 per cont. without the slightest danger off being undersold by any competitor. If yon. save thirty, forty or fifty dollars a year by exercising good judgment in purchasing your Clothing, it counts just the same as an inorease of income or wages to the same amount, and enables you to possess other articles of necessity which otherwise you would have to go without. We have an enormous stock for you to select from, and our PRICES WE GUARANTEE TO BE THE VERY LOWEST IN THE CITY. Our Boys' and Children's Department is stocked with all the Novelties of the Season. We cany undoubtedly the largest Stock in the South. We make this a leading feature in, our business. We have all th styles imaginable, from th Common E very-day Suit to the Tinest Dress Suit made. Ladies, bring your Boys to us, and we will fit them ont handsomely, and, as for prices, you will save a good margin by trading with us. "Do not forget the Number and Name."Wi HARRY COHN, PROP. : : 227 MAIN STREET. 0 T.IS. Special attention given to Country Orders STEAMBOATS. FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS. St. lyonla and Vlekshnrft- Anchor I.ioc r.H. Mall FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIB. Orand Tower, fSK". Geo. Carroll, master. S3Se6s. Will leave Anchor Line wharfboat Tliib Dai, Nov. 6th, at 10 a.m. For freight or passage apply C. L. Hai.l, Paas'r Agt. AD STORM. Sny't. St. E,onla and Ylcksbnrg Anchor Line. i. si. Mall FOR CAIRO AND ST. JX)BI3. City of Helena, Flem. Calvert, master, aHeS53a Will leave Aucbor Line wharfboat Mo.MJAY, Nov. 7th, at 6 p.m. For freight or passage apply C. L. IlAl.u Para'r Agt. AD STORM. Sup't. FOR ARKANSAS RIVER. Memphis and Arkansas River Packet Co. For Pine Bum. uttie kocx, ana tnrough to Fort Smith. Marlin &p.ced, islg j. j. UATrivr irnjicr v.nas. musri-ukuu. .clerk Leaves aaboVe WEDNESDAY, Nov. IU, at & p.m. For freight or passage apply to JOHN N. HARBIN, Unp't gW) Main it. FOP LOUiSVlLLE AND CINCINNATI Southern s'mnanortKtlon Line For Cairo EvausviUe, LooiiHsille and Cincinnati Steamer . lNOldcn::JUule, O. P. Shiilkl..master. . leaves as aunve-.MUKLiAY. Kov. 7Ui, al 5 p.m. Fur frelght.or -passjigttpi-ily on vharfboatw AM SH'H.M, Ag-ll. FOjR VICKSBVB.G. ' St. Loni and YlcbKbarg Anchor Li a U. Si. Mail FOR VICKeSBGKG. Oold Iust, McCord master. Will leave Anchor Line Wbarfboul bUNDAY, Nov. Bill, at 10 a.m. For freight or passage apply to ' I. Ham.. Hasw'r Ag't. AD STURM. Hlip't. FOR ST. FRANCIS R1YE& FOR ST, 5 IS KIVEK. TJat:' ;..ui;tsr notice the light draft steamer u. k. Jopun master 1 A. L. Hamuug clerk Will leave Mt'mphw KVKRY TUESDAY EVENING at ft o'clock, for liaiiauna, the Cnt-otT and Inter mediate landings direct. For fre-tght or passage apply on hoard or to J. V. RANHA 1,L, Miip't. FOR It ALES POINT AND OSCEOLA Trl-Wekly I'. H. Hall Packet For Kan .dolph. Fulton, Osceola and way landings. Joauoma. ru; Henry Ccvrner ...master 1 Wm. Bmithen Will leave Memphis e7ery MONDAY, TVEDN MS DA Y and FRIDAY, at 5 p.m. For information ap ply ott hoars', or U Vo Jt Mmlliwtn wt LEE LINE STEAMERS. I-e I.I no for ilpndnle and Helena tximg tnrougn to rrlar l uuil on baturday str. rday Str. liene jjaaeready, E. P. Cridcr master I O. Wash. Flo' .sn. i,,vii will leave s above F.VERY TUESDAY. TfliTHH. DAT and SATCKDAY, at -ip-lis. Olnce, lo. 8 Mad-soa bticl, ' For Klcadale, Helena aud rriars Point. t9 nines Xee, Stack IiOO. ir.tr I Whitlow, clerk win leave as above oa every MONDAY, WEDNESDA Y and FRIDAY at 4 p.m. Offi.-e. No. 2 Madison atreet. FOR ARKANSAS CITS'." Mrraphl. aud irkanMU t'lty Packet Co. Adauit 0. 8. Mail Line For lleleua. Friars Point, Concordia, Terrene, Arkansas city and Pine Blun K. K, The Sue Passenger Steamer BEaN A Ik A MS, Sf. R. Cheek master A. L. Cummins clerk Leaves every MONDAY and THURSDAY, at 5 p.m. For Information apply t No S Madison strec. FOR COTTON WQtli) POINT. For Cot,cn;o,od Foint, Mo., and all Way Land ings meamer tigi:k. r- Flowers master I Neil BoiikcrrTT!!!1!??!??! Will leave TUESDAYS and SATURDAYS, ati p.tn. For freighl or pnssace apply on hoard. FOR WHITE AND BlJiCK RIVERS. MILT IliKRT LI. nssWt Malte and Black Ulver I', K. Mlf Packet. For Indian Bs-y, L fatles. Clarendon, Dcvalli Klu'.r, 14 Ate, Augusta, JacksoDnurt, Searcy, Batetiilo, Powhattan, and Pocahontas, The new ana eicg&ui iicauieT Tosie Harry, gvO M. R. Harry. Master. On and after September 8d will leave Mem phis EVERY SATURDAY, at 6 P.m., connecting direct with the new Black river TJ. S. mail pacVat MILT HARRY for Powhattr.n and FTaontas, and with Daily Packet to Bs'.cw.ille and Upper White river. Throh-s voall points. Freleht cosiisuedto Milt Harry Line, Homphli or Terrene, will be promptly forwarded. Ofnce, No. 5 Madison street. R. VY. LIUHTBURNE, Agent, 7 Monroe it. Memphis. Whits RiverPacketCo Be, finlar ladanendoat MeuaBhla and 'llul . I . . I. .... . WTiite River Packet For Aniruata. dent Packet ' ur inaepeuo- UAltO CASH, Will leave Memphis EVERY WEDNESDAY, from 3 .yI3lh' t p.m. For freight or passage apply to J. T. WABH1NOTOW. Ar?nt. ftHuff"." ... u. . m.MM UIMWI I j. rOKlAI Cl. r FHAMaiN TYPE 19 rtt Sireat. Ciuciaaoti, Oa4a. - ALLISON, SMITH 4 10HNSON. - : .Tb '-"P a whloa this paper la ariataa u HIT WlffiMOpiolIlSE stiicv CoiMeJicli iicii S. VENDIG, 259 MAIN ST. N.R-COroTBY ORDERS PROMPTLT FIEEEO. i Youths, Boys and Childre r WESTERN craii WHOLESALE DRY GOOD AND' entsTiirnishmgloods 00R. ST, CHARLES & FIFTH, " Our business in St. Louis tent that it makes it a physical impossibility to carry oxL both houses. Any order we may be favored with, shalll have our prompt attention. A Full Line of Samples of kept at our 296 REMOVED TO NO. J. 17. BCBTOS. mA J. J. THORNTON. turner, Thornton Co. COTTON FACTOSS.WHOLESALE GROCERS K. F. TATE Late of Beanett'a Landlns, Hlra TATE And Commission Merchants. Aos. 3G4 and 3TCO Front St.. MeinnliU, TTi.rt Mlteral Ativwncea Waile A. C. TRKAPWELX. A. B. TREADWELL. L 0. h L WHOLESALE GROCERS AND Jfo. 11 Union Street, Memphis, Tenn. planters me.f Ykm MO a aval man Vtaaav W . l . M a m v .. W, PAID TO CAMTAXTV : t : s 04 1. T. FORTES, TrtmX J0HH 0TERT0N. it OIRCCTORti f.H. BKOOT8. JMO.OVS&T01 R. la, OOFF1K, Jr.. D.T. POKTai. O. V. UuMXjfr. 8. 5.'ai.KIM..'S V Ims Fald hr tmm CMipa mmtStS'JlS "T ml t7. taoludin, Omhoua-v at . mm EM PURCHASERS OF HUE Id a 9 ESIO has increased to rach an ez4 TO our St. Louis Stock will bT former store. L IN STREET, MEMPHIS! 370 FRONT STREET, J. W. rXXMlEB. J ) MPMON.TATR Be-' MIMPMON.TATK Late, of Uennct(a Landing, Mla. BROS. on Conalgnmentw of rot (on. a & TREADWELL. . row. U. AI.A . TTTLMTO, , a Hair till. aea Torv OomT-n.-' t . i -V B.Troadwell & Co I?