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TELE MEMPHIS' DAILY APPEAL-SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1883.
b:lqwfn RETAIL BpRTMENT! 0 IOTX3R, 01 m fa Him TAKES THURSDAY, OCT. 4TH THIS DISPLAY WILL EQUAL Mil El Sn i li Ml ELEGANT SOUVENIRS GIVEN AWAY ! O 1 owenstein AMUSEMENTS. THK MOZART fOHt ttAIOKY OF M I. NIC, HI etnpbla TenncwM, Vndor the auspices of THE MOZART NOCTETT. . V. Rambaitt, Pras't. B. F. Hallir, V. Pri't. K. W. Wiujum, Cur Sec. J. A. Ombkro, Treasurer. Mubhb 8. Downs, Principal of Faculty, with a full corps of Prof-m-ors for Vocal and In strumental Music. Meanon of 13-4. The Conservatory will reopen Ctlober 1, ltt83, lor instruction in ocal and Inatruinental Music. Pnrtien deairiiur private tuition will find it to their k1 van tare to uinke early apiicationi in or der to have a opacified time secured. ThoMj who desire to join the elementary class should send in their applications as early as po ruble, as no one will be admitted to this branch Miter the formation of classes. t or further information apply to or address R. K. Carr, Acting Secretary. Office hours 3 to 0 DENTISTRY. J. W. XELSOX, DENTIST, : Mill ii. Corner I'nloii. )OU riLLTNCS-Average $2 Ml SILVER AM) TIN FII.LIMIS 1 (l KXTRAUTlNll With Ktherorlius 1 DU Kvcry rilling Kfgiit-rpH nnd Warrnntcd. HEAI. ESTATE A(ENTS. JOHN OvtRTOK, Jb. C. N. URusvtNoa. OVERTON &. GROSVENOR, Real Estate Dealers At! K.MS AM) IlKOliEltS, OFFICII, 281 SECOND ST., N. I'.. Cor. Hwoud and Court, MEXI'HIS, .... TEWESSEE, II K t E'i ATE BOL'UHT AND SOLD. TAXES Paid. Kent. Collected, etc., on Commission. (ji vsHiru. MCIIIJJIAIV, Xo. 412 Main St., ."Wcuiplils, Term., I MPOHTEH anil denier in Guns, Rifls, Amuiu mtion, Fishing Tackle, Fine Pockot-Knivus,etc The trntle supplied lit lowest market prices. Price ht pent iu uppliratiou. Repairing done and wrr:inrcl. Sl'M.MEK HOAKIf. Board Reduced FOR the Summer months at the Chamber HoU!e, corner of Second and Washinirtoo street. Alcoa tew first-class rooms will be routed tf 'lc iraHo pirtip. Ht low rntew. WAMS. rIHTE MAN To drive dflivory wnicon. V Memphis .Steam l.nundry i Second .-t. Call from tojf to4 oylmh. SI TV ATIUN An watchman at cotton-fhed 01 nurh; can give aod releroncffl, Addrrnn '., thii office. ( i i itis i wcive or lourieen years 01 sire 10 uo T housework for two persons. Apily at NO. 5HUjU ST. OfYTl'ASTS For a choice room iu a l-riv-ili family in South Mvmphi. best tublo board. Atldrexs 'iVJer t'lirrirr No. wITl' ATIOX By n mother and daughter, O white, U9 cook and hoiif girl. Apply at the l-entral llnune. CIOOK For a nmntl family: while preferred; J (rood wHtret; iuut come rucoiuincudcd. Ap ply I liiW Poplar Mrcct. BOARD Hy a srcnlK-umn, wife and two chil dren, hoard and unfurnished room in a pri vate tiiinily, where no other boarder. Addre-M, with termi and accommodations 'F, this uituH. IOtMS Two or three rooms, furnished or V partly furnirhed. nuiiuMe for a small family to keep house. Address II. M., this office. BOARD and Room in private family by gentle man rrtVrenres exidianitod " !AlPVJj N'O. 1 SAWYKK To go to the country. TAYLOR X POWKLL. affront t. KXTS For the Pocket Kloctric Lighter; upersede inaU-hc ; nunnle ' cents ; SI ihm l'".' A. LN U'OL Chicago 111. SITUATION By an intelligent boy, 17 year old. sober, honest and willing to work; the boot and shoe department would be preferred; good references. Address T. Vf . , Q. , this otfice. GOOD CANVASSK.RS At2S Second street, up-stairs. CI OtH SERVANT To do general bnusework. T ApplyH' M, Cithn's, Vl I'oplar street. SALKS.MAN For o.ich county tn the Luited States; mi I wry ?7." l ?li and expense; good old hy sapiple. LiUtLLK M'FU.t'O.. Chicago, Illinois. J KsTdKXCE To rent a nice residence, lO or 12 rooms, with all modern improvements: for a desirable place am willing to pay a good rent. Address J. N..careo briedman Pros., city v ILATBOAT SuiUt'te'tor a fwmily boat. Ad P ilre.-s J'LATBOA l Klmot, !Ark. HOT KL To" lease or rent, a good Hotel fur nished. Kates of hou.e not less than $Z to 52 Vt per day. Have the money and know the business. Address HOTEL, this office 1i.XES The Memphis Fertilising Co., No. S Min trt. will i'BV hiit he st market prise ltr god. dry honesin small or large qujintities CIOOKOood cook ; also house boy. at ' SO. lt WLUXjiTON ST. HOTsK To rent, a houne of five rooms, with bath. gs. etc. ; also kitchen. Within eaf' reach of Court Square Address A. this othre. 'l C IT AH AND BANTt SC HO L A RS- A id y fat i-J HOlXKNBERtrS MCSIO IU1 St. SERVANT tilKL'twhiteWo do general hoc O work ; good wages, at rkWlo Ir J IfX.!. DiMNH-KOO.M BOY ... Apply at Linden tr-t. XGLlTWATCll-C AKS i-h!iina,"3eweiry. t. te..forehN.Mulford jtt'-o.. Main. LA 11KS ean have their Hate proed into lb. Jockey Ktyl.at tHHiKYEAR'S. LADIES ean have their ll.u prened into the Lanatry Turban at liOODY E AK. LADIES can have their HaU preesed into the Aliineat OOtiDYKAK'S. ... LADIES can have their HaU preased into the Elite at GOODYKAR'8. . LADIES can have their HaU pressed into the Tolande at UOODY EAR'S. LADIES ean have their llata pressed into the Wolteley at (JOODYEAR'S. LADIES will find all the lauwt atylet at GOOD EAR'S. TJOARD , ., 1J A teacher desirea board in a family where lea eon, in French, Music or other brancbea would be received in part payment f;r board. Addre-a Ml?h J. L.. this office. &TANOTlTNINO AND REPAIRING Done by . .killful and competent tuner from New .York "it., at II. G. HOLLENBERH S. r' ' KATVELER5 CalFing on Clothiers S, W can bear of commissions earning fJO to tX weekly. " nleaamall. Commissions cash. P ltfPORTERS. B.ala71, New York. T ADIES AND YOUS'ta MEN To know w. fur I a nish th.m with new and pleoaant work at heir own homes, wh.r, thay can easily make rota t! to 14 a day ; th. work can b. don ta spare me; no canvassing or peddling, and no stamp - r.ply. AddrMt F. MILLARD & 00., Maaa- nr.rs. nosion, Mast., poa a,. JT) At 1TB y.eond street. iTAAA TOSS R.Uis, Cast and Wrought Iron! X.JJJ Dry Boom; also Swwnd-hand Maohin I) , .nght and sold by SAMU ELOABAY, Agent, " to tlS Sbolby itmt, M.rnpku, STUi! BROS (II n PLACE S1KAYKD OR STOLEN. ML LE Sept. 23d, a dark bay mare ule. scar on right hip, newly shod. Libot si reward for any information leading to her recovery at 27 Front street. LOST. LARUE WHITE POINTER DOi-Llver-eol-ored ears. Return to lf7 Washington street fnr reword. ROOMS AM) JJOAKO. UITE of Unfurnished Front Rooms, southern exposure, wun noant, at .uautson street. B OARD Nicely furnished room, with board; aiao, QBy-imnruT8, ai iiu court street. R OOMS Two desirable rooms, furnished or un- lurnishetJ. 0. 4fo SHELBY ST. ROOMS Several very eligible rooms to rent in the house 144 Second street, northeast cor ner of Second and Exchange streets. Inquire of , , . MRS. JL";sT, on the premises. B OARD (iood meals 2."c, and day hoard at! MJ. 10 ADAMS ST. LARGE, unfurnished front room, with board; private family : terms reasonable; 2t Union. KOOMS Two desirable'rooms at So. Ill Wish in&tosj street; also use of parlor. Desirable furnished front rooms at 2 Marshall avenue. R OOM Pleasant front room, with board, for kctmi n , ni i4. cfonu street. FOB SALE. TY RESIDENCE 91 Kobeson U: (rood houne, J.Lgood waler. good fruit. 1. .MorrUon.aiM Main PATTERNS Jnat recoived Basar Cataloguer, dresB-inakertt and new fall and winter pal tarpn. JOHN F. KEY it CO., U North Court. D HAY MULE A No. 1 dray mule. Apply to C. F. KEDER, Zent'a Saw-will. EMS EST BUILDING LO I'S In South Mcui-J- phi. ; Xki feet deep. Addrex 11, Apiieal. tpilAME CoTTAUB Eight rooma. northeast corner of Poidar and Manaaaaa. Apply to Mum itreot. ' 1 OOD lllJhINEt-8- k T A mil V at Wn R....J -Ir..!. r ...L E ITZKELD'S Headlight Oil and Vapor Stoves. meaposi auu best at z.u .econa ftreet. O'J'EAM ENGINE Fitteen-horse power hoit O ing, and suitable for mill or gin. Terras low. Apply to BUSBY, iOOF A McGOWAN, or Chick asaw Foundry. - CHEAP One cotton pres. 1 pair cot too scales, 1 pair platform scalc-t, 1 pair cotton trucks. A pplyto VM. M. HOOT Ed 3 Main st. EORSE At Braokett's livery stable one of the finer t youug horses ever offered fur sale in this market. H ALL SAFEMedium niie. Prioel75. W. A. GAGE A BRO. CIUICKERINU PIANO C'im.par.tively "new. J C'houp lor caeb. Alao a Welter lprijrhtt and a number of other pianoi. E. W1TZMA.N A CO. TTcTXtlEJj Ou time or caih : loweot nrieea. H. L. OlilON. lit Madin at. .I-STOKV Frame, and lot 3a JeiTeraoD exteo'd, i lle.idenco Poplnr,-near liigh. Uriek Uouae, with lot, Dunlan. eant end Court. W. A. WHEAT1.EY, atl Main. N O. tl KOUESoN hi. liandaom. Cotuio at a bargain nnd on oaey terms. VINTRH PA HK41,gMnln afreet. FOR REXT. I" ESIRABLE ROOM3- At M9 Adama atreet. RESIDENCE A nice 2-story brick residence, with seven rooms, at No, lo Mulberry street, uoar Boale, bjy Jr. S. APool. OOM One nicely furnished front room, with out ooaru. Apply at tfo Madison st. STOREHOUSE In a good locality, suitable for O a drug store; no drug store near; rent reason able to a good tenant. A pply to . TRUNK FACTORY, 318 Main st. D WELLING Nice, furnished dwelling 'and & acres; carriage-house, stables, etc; hrst olass neighborhood ; churches and schools: seve ral miles id country at station on railroads fare only 10 cents. Very accessible. Owner will board with tenants. II. L. tHION, W Madiso st. bJOOMS Furished or unfurnished, for gfntle V men ; also a suite of apartments wit Is fur nished kitchonJor housekeeping, atlllljlefl trsojii. OFFICE Second story of Cotton Exchange Building; in good repair: fronting on Mad ison street; will rent cheap. Apply to JOSEPH LEXOW, 8b Union st. b OOM Nicely furnished room V At 110 Court stneet, SEVERAL FIXE STOKES On the bestbusiness part of Beate street. Apply to MAG KVN FA ljy Carroll aTerlue. ITront, southern exposure and other nicely fur- P niched rooms, at ; Monroe, near Seeend st. iURXlSH ED ROOMS " " ' I1 At 99 Madison stnet. s 2TORK No. 40 Madison street, from September lt- A oply at AlCMlh.t THE WEATHER. ludlratloii. For Teimctttt and Hie Ohio V7iWy I'artly cloudy iceather, inft rctiii in the Ohio Val ley, noutherly to vesierly wimh, followed in the uvtt jxirtioii$ by riting barometer and cooler weather, Meteoroloa;trl Report. MitrHni. Tr.s., SejptemberS9,llB time. I Bar. l-ih.rTTWind. " Wither. 6:Wa.m. 122 6t i:M p.m. WAV S.I 10:lp.m. an.on- 75 S.K. iCIoody. S.W. iKair. K'lear. Maximum temierature, H4. Minimum temperature. rl. Cotton-Brit Bulletin, Memptilo ItlKtrirl. MKHrsiR, Tsits.. September 39, 1 6S3. THKRMOHKTKR. Maximum. Minimum Memphis mw. Nashvill. (trand Junot'n Corintb Tuscutubia. Iiecatur Scotteboro ItatesTille. Hernando 04 0l ! 0l n.oo . o ) . (I.OI 01 0.) 0.411 01 0. 0..) St US tvt si w XT US KH st M TS Grenada- Withe , Brownsville...., Milan Paris Erin... ...... Clarksvill. IC1 Snm total. Average-.., n.u O.iHi f.9 B. B. ST0TH AR f, Obseroer. LAW HEPOKTS. C'rlmlnal Conrt 4reer, Indfr. , Calendar for October 1st : Xos. 4C, T. J. Carter ; 52, William Strickland; 50, CShas. Barrolls; 1S-2:!, Frank Treadwell; 20, Henrv lloujrlnss; 10, Jim luchanan ; 58, JoBcph 15. Collino; 34, Tom KUne;42, Robert Williams; 57, Charles Ixwe. t'lreuii 4'oart lion. J. O. Pioroo, Jndarc. Jury calendar for to-morrow : Xos. 'i456. Harris ct al v Joyce; U-S, Moore ert al v Stoyall ; RiT2, Elliott va Bohlen : rja3, Klliott va lkihlen; 6443, Alo vs Venion; 477, Clowera vs Aljtco; r28. Carver 31a chine Company v Saiulerlin et al j mZ, Carver Machine Company vs Nindrlin ctal; 6831, Hodo va Foster; Till, C3en derlin et al va Memphis and Charleston Railroad Company; 7115, lan, adminis trator, vs LonisviUe and Nashville Itail wad Company ; 7121, Vargaaon 1 C. 1 Edinpton ; 71?8. Beckham vs Ragglo; 71W, Petexs va Qulclev ; 7270, Menkeu Broe. vs Jerome ; 732S,"Voods, oxecutor, Welch etal. The jurors summoned must appear at 0 oV ' w i-w rsoming. Fill & Bros RELIGIOUS VERTICES Will x Held To-Day at the Vari.ui Clinreiios at tae Ilonro Kaaea, .SmWVeerJoil.-nrtatreet. Service U.M 1 :3b p.m. Sunday-school at 9 a.m. iu ttee. H. A. Jones, pastor. Coearjr CAwvA.7orner of Second and Adams atrecta. Service at 11 a.m. and 7':30 p.m., th her. Davis Sessums oliiciatins. Christian Ckwrrk. Corner of Linden and Mul berry atreeta. Servioea at 11 a.m. only, lio night aervioe. Sunday-school at 9 a.m. Central MrikrxiiM f7Arr.--Union street. Serv ices at 11 a.m. and 7.-:w p.m. hy the Kev. K. H. Mahon, pastor. Sunday-school at 9:30 a.m. Central Katttut. Second street, near Eeale. Sunday-school 1 at 9i3U a.m. Preachins at 11 a.m. The Kev. A. M . Lamar, pastor. Ko service at aurnt. Third Cumberland Pretbvterian.Coratr Fourth i looney streets. Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 S.m. by th pastor, th Kev. U. B. Thomas. Sun-ay-school at 3 p.m. Lauderdale Street Pretlmlm'an Church. Services at 11 a.m. by the Rev. W . 11. Darnall, D.D.. and at 7:4-5 p.m. by the Rev. S. C. Caldwell, pastor. Sunday-school at 9:30 a.m. Second Preebyierian Church. Corner Main and Baal streets. Sabbath-school at 9:30 a.m. Ser vices at 11 a.m. by the Kev. Ueo. Richardson, of Texas, ho night service. First Premtiyterian. Bethel Buildin, comer of Adams street and Charleston avenue. Sunday school at 9:311 a.m. Services at 11 a.m., by the pustor, the Kev, Eugene Daniel, D.D. Grace Epiecopal Church. llernaado street. Ear ly communion at 7 a.m.: Sunday-school at 9:30 a.m.; morning prayer and sermon at 11 a.m.; evoniug prayer at 6 p.m. The Kev. E. Orgain, reutor. Pint Baptimt Church. Second street, north of Adama. Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Seats free. A full attendance of members is desired; an important question must be answered. The Kev. K. A. Yeaable, pastor. " Sronerrs' Church. Th Rev. N. M. Long, pas tor. Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. Morning subject : "The Scope of Gospel Invitation." At night: "Is it-in the Nature of Things Possible for God to Sympathise W ith Man?" LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. Chelsea wants more improvements. The Jewish New Year begins next Tuesday. John Shelton was arrested yesterday by Sheriff Cannon on a capias from Jack son. Seventy-five marriage licenses have been issued this month. None were ap plied for yesterday. Miss Braddon's Phantom Fortune, and a full line of reading matter to suit all tastes can be found this morning at Mans ford's, 2S)8 Main street. At Chancery sale yesterday lot 146, south Bide of Winchester, was sold to Mrs. Xora Kelly for $252. Another lot adjoin ing to the same party for ?1000. The Chelseaites facetiously remark that they have such a perfect suburb that the city government does not like to sroil the looks of things by sending the street and carpenter forces out there to work. Suit for services, S50, was brought be fore Justice Quigley yesterday against a man whom the plaintiff claimed he had cured of whisky blooms a face made blood-red by drink and full of red bumps. Jim Horton, a colored youth of the "shiner" gang, snatched a blacking brush from a street-corner peddler, by name A. L. Mantoody, and when overhauled made brickbat demonstrations that secured a S2 and costs fine in the Polico Court yester day morning. ' A suit between Messrs. Verge Patrick and M. T. Ingram at Justice Galloway 'r, yesterday, terminated in a list-nnd-skull fight in the alley in front of the door. Both parties were badly punished aliout the head and face, and later warrants were sworn out for their arrest. The testimony in the case of the State t. W. M. Albritton, for burning his step son, Jesse Maynard, was called in the Criminal Court yesterday, all the evidence going to sustain the charge. The defense proved that the lioy was unruly and mis chievous, but this' seems to be no mitiga tion of the offense. It is complained that the Water Com pany not only fail to furnish water of the proper quality, but that in spite of their many promises fail to supply in quantity sullicient to meet the necessities of their patrons. Dr. Zicriiiiinn's bathhouse was without water for an hour and a half yes terday evening, and he was forced to turn away his customers. John Fury, white, charged with being drunk and disorderly, was arraigned be fore the Police tjourt yesterday morning another chapter in the Burns-Chamberlain feud, which had its origin in the con struction of a building for Mrs. Burns, on upper Main street. Fury was. fined So and costs, which his attorney announced would be appealed to the Criminal Court. Crimi nal Court proceedings yesterday : Peyton Wilson, assault and battery, mo tion for a new trial overruled, S13 and thirty days; Henry Wright, violating four mile law. Slot) arid thirty days; Wesley Heaves, petit larceny, sentenced to one year; Shelby Mortou, assault and batter-, reset tor tjciooer -a ; jaiiies tjuinian, vio lating flll rm i lo la.iv, ot guilty f A . Ji Vav caro, excused as juror. Judge Hadden made an earnest en deavor yesterday morning to enforce his new Police Court regulations governing the taking of evidence, but found it an ujh hill business when K.x-Policeman Smith was on the stand, who was anxious to qualify his testimony with long-winded explanations. Barrister Winters insisted on the enforcement of the new rule, but the Courf frankly acknowledged his in ability to do so when an Irishman was on the stand. A touching appeal was made yester day in the Criminal Court in beha"lf of a butcher named Henry Weick, who has been in jail two months awaiting trial, and received a sentence of three months for assault and battery, all the witnesses being for the State and" none testifying for him. His family are living in a shanty on the bayou and are in the greatest distress. His mother has received the last sacra ment and is rapidly approaching dissolu tion. His wife and two children, and an orphan child living with them, are all sick and utterly destitute. Weick's sentence was not suspended. The Springfield (Mo.) Leader makes the statement on the authority of Mr. Nettleton that "the road will be completed to Memphis by the oth of October and opened for business the 10th. This is sooner than expected, and shows how unostentatiously and surely this company is doing its work. From" the day Geii. Nettleton took charge of the twenty miles of road between here and Ash Grove until now there have been no sounding of trumpets, vain boasts, broken promises, or unredeemed pledges. The work was com menced and has been prosecuted with vigor. Its completion is the harbinger of a new era in Southwest Missouri. The channel of commerce will change from St. Louis to Memphis, and our future pros perity is assured." The two-cent letter stamp giies into operation to-morrow (Monday). It bears the head of Washington restiiis in an oval medallion on a heraldic shield. The let tering shows more sharply and distinctly than in the present stamps; at the top the legend, "United States Postage," and be low the medallion, "Two cents," standing out clearly on groundwork darker than the body of the stamp, while the color, a pale carmine red ink, in which oxide of iron is a powerful component, sufficiently distin guishes the denomination without blur ring the design. The double-rate or four cent stamp is of a green color, and bears the head of the hereof New Orleans, some what less unkempt and frightful than ot her government caricaturing of the grand old Democrat. If Andrew Jackson actually resembled his poednire stamps, he needed neither military skill nor equipment; he had only to go forth and look upon his foe, "and the red field was won." MAKKIEI). Bolton-Kroner. Married At the residence of the bride's father, H. C. Brewer, of Brunswick, Shelby countv, Tenn., on the isth instant, Mr. L. L. Bolton to Miss Ella Brewer. The charming Misses Fannie liogersand Laura Boss, and Messrs. Snowdon and Hotter were attendants, the Kev. Mr. Jones, of Memphis, otliciating. Quite a party of friends witnessed the happy event, 'ami offered hearty congratulations io the worthy young couple, after which they lartook of a sumptuous repast, mirth and conviviality reigning su preme. A reception was given the bridal party and waiters the following day at the residence of Mr. John Falk. The table groaned under the weight of de licious viands, that would have satisfied the taste of the most capricious epicure. Among the various presents made to them were the following: A pair of sjilt vases, by Mrs. B. Wrench ; a silver butter-knife and nice bed-quilt, by Mrs. T. J. Boss ; a glass and silver butter-dish, beautiful pin cushion and a silver and glass picsle stand, by Mrs. M. H. Reillv, of Memphis; a handsome fmit-stand, y Mrs. Katie Caton, of Memphis; a fine" counterpane and tablecloth, by Mrs. II. Pump. PERSONALS. Ellis Lki bkik has returned. Capt. Lightbi rxe is at home again. K. RicBARneox, of Mississippi, is in the city. . .. . .... Mm. C. II. Fnr is expected home next week. J. W.'Xikx, of Mississippi, was iu the city yeeterday. Adam Clabw, of Artadelpbia, tu in the city yeaterday. W. Spot Smith is in charge of the Job printing office lately owned by Rogers ct Co, It it now over Will 4 "Co.' ctcre Main street, and prepared to do all kinds of printing. csftca Thomas FlemISo and daughter nave gone to Cincinnati. . Kiss Eva Oabay and sister have re turned from Cincinnati. Capt. Harrt ALr.EU and wife left last evening for New Orleans. E. W. liiKTF.E has gone to Michigan City, Miss., on business. H. C. Tinges, Kansas City, visited the Merchants' Exchange yesterday. Mks. J. 8. Whiting, J. B. Kirby and L. II. Roots, all of Little Rock, were in the city yesterday. - Mrs. Judge J. R. Eakix, of Little Rock, is in the city, guest of Mrs. Miles Stand- ish, on Vance street. AVilliam Lunn, sb.. left for St. Louis last night via the Chesapeake, Ohio and Southwestern railroad. The Hon. Jacob Frolich, of Little Rock, is in the city, on his return home from the Louisville Exposition. J. II. ScBCGGS & Co., produce commis sion merchants, have opened a hogse at 252 Front street. See their card. R- L. McElbot left last evening for St. Louis. His friends say he will not return alone. Ben M. Stainback "plava second fiddle." Mb. Jas. G. Watkixs has connected himself with M. & E. G. Kremer & Co., where he will be glad to meet his friends and customers. Miss Lobeka SrECHTand Mrs. S. S. Walter and daughter returned last evening, after spending three months among the hills of old Kentucky. Mr. Joseph Specht, sb., and family have returned from a tour of Eastern cities and watering places. He is looking much im proved by the trip. The cards are out announcing the nup tials of Miss Nannie, daughter of Mr. S. S. Zucker, to Mr. Morris Lewyn, a promi nent merchant of Texarkana, Tex. Misses Lottie axd Alisa Milleb came in on the Louisville road from Cincinnati. Miss A Una has come to visit her former home, friends and relatives, after an ab sence of several years. Capt. Jesse K.Bell, New Orleans; D. H. Townaend, Shelby county; E. Rich ardson, New Orleans; George B. Hous, Louisville, and R. C. Redus, Her nando, Miss., registered at the Cotton Ex change yesterdiiy. Mb. James HallowSv formerly engineer on the Mississippi andennessee railroad, has accepted a position as master mechanic on the Mobile and Northwestern railroad, which has purchased two new engines. Capt. Lyons made a wise selection in se curing Mr. Hallows. The following parties left for St, Louis this morning, riu the Chesapeake, Ohio ana southwestern railroad : Mrs. J . M. Hix, M. Maas and wife, Ellis Leubrie, Miss Gussie Leubrie, E. W. Clapp, J. P. Rvan and wife, James Monaghan, Mrs. H. M". Hill,Miss Fmily Hill, J. 1). Montedon ico, M. Cooper, Mrs. S. Baumann, Mrs. L. C. Jordan, L. Good, S. E. Johnson and daughter, Miss A. Birdsong, Mrs. M. D. Kuser, G. M. Edwards and wife, Mrs. D A. Merrill, James Hoffman, John Brown, Mr. Foster, M. Fuld, P. J. Kortrecht, J. A. Handle, Mr. Randle, Capt. Cubberlv, Miss Annie Jones, Mrs. L. Brown, M. L. Meriwether, William Lunn. Miss E. Over all, Jacob Freidlander, Mrs. M. J. Schmidt, Louis Buchhalter, Thomas E, Fox, R. M. MeLeroy, Ben M. Stainback, K. A. Howell and . uothwell. One of the most enjoyable dances of the season was given at the residence of the Hon. Wm.M. Randolph, Friday evening, the 28th instant. Among the many that partici pated therein were noticed the following: 'Misses Laura Randolph, Lucie Pettit, Bet tie Jones, Jessie Kennedav, Maggie Poston, Lou Haynes, Bettie Gregory, Fannie Fus sell, Sopha Houston, Eva Kennedav, Nel lie llicks, Lizzie Hunt, Branch Kennedav, Laura Lengsfield, Annie Conrad, Allle Treadwell, Jo. Poston, Annie Tay lot, Eva Saunders, Mary Brown, and Messrs. W. II. Pullen, Henry Barrow, V. C. Moseley, V. L. Haynes, Charles Churchill, E. C. Jones, jr.," K. F. Campbell, B. M. Brown, Will Phillips, W. S. Rogerson, E. F. Talley. C. F. Carver, Cooper Nelson, John Edring ton, Harry May, Frank Hawkins, A. M. Marye, J.'L. Taylor, John Morgan, Frank Poston, Arthur Robinson, J. Thompson, Jim Brewer, George Storm, T. A. Delxjach, C. C. Webb, W. V. Hill, P. Kortrecht, C. Y. Harvey, Archie Sneed, S. Montgomery, Jimtom Dalton, Frank Francisco, lien K. Pullen, jr., R. Houston, II. Houston and Ben Williamson. BOYS' C.XOTIIIXG. A Lars-e HtwU. at Superior w Ciooda - Just Kvreived at Johu slon A Vaaee's, This firm lias for many years been leading Mlnnin fntn1 Ityfahiu, Mill 1 11 1 lllfftllilg goods. They have recently added another store to their business, and now occupy 305 and 307 Main street. In this new store boys' clothing will be a specialty. The stock is very huge, anil was carefully made up for this firm. Parents will linil here the latest styles, liest material, anil low prices. The gents' goods stock is a very large one, with even-thing new in that line. Jolmson & Vance's is a leading house, where everything in the way of clothing and furnishing goods can" le found. LOCAL NOTICES. Cam. at McCreight's. P. V. Wesson, dentist, 318 Main street. Moved to Irving block, Second street Browne, the Plumber. A ciioicb selection of the latest designs of gas-fixtures at J. A. Bailey & Co.'s. Call and soe them. The ladies of Grace church parish are requested to meet at the church Monday, October 1st, at 4 o'clock p.m. Violix and guitar players are invited to call and examine the genuine Italian violinsaod guitar strings just received at II. G. Getchell & Co.'s, 33 Union street, The introductory address at the opening of the Memphis Hospital College will be delivered Monday, October 1st, at 11 a.m., by Prof. McGee, on which occasion the library, museum, etc., will be open to tie public, -who are cordially invited to at tend. W. E. ItOG ER. M. !., UEAN'. lir KOll V t'o. Have Jin elegant stock of furniture, includ ing all the latest nnd most artistic designs in rani woods. Their carpet-room is fur nished with a large and varied assortment of carpets and rugs, American and im portetl, and throughout the whole of their iarge fstablishmeiit evidenceitof taste and good judgment are displayed. Anything that may lie desired in their line can lie found at their old stand, 231 Main street. Sew Southern Slitrt Factory. HIX NHIRTS NIX NIIIKT Made to order for N1SE OI.I.AIt: I 3VIXE DOLLARS I UNLAUNDRIED. Fabrics of the best grades. Your choice. 32 LISE. 2200 Wamsntta, New York Mills, Pride of the West, - Fruit of the Loom, Androscoggin. Workmanship Vnsurpassed. Fit (iuaranteed. Nlilrt atanoaua Made to Order S3 Estrh. Fine Lino Kerkwear, Handkereniel., Snspeadera and SOrka, falk t Rit:li.tn:R. Unlii Strerl 313 Opposite l'eabody Hotel. 313... Hum May Keeps fully up with the times, aud, through his agent in the East, is kept al ways supplied with novelties as fast as they appear. Nothing that is likely to plea.se his customers is neglected. Com plete lines of fall goods for gentlemen's wear may be found at his elegant store, 2ti!'i Main street. Cottage Gallery. Card Photos, Cabinets, and Boudoir Photographs in the latest styles are made by lrof. Gebluirdt at the Cottage Gallery, 53 Bcale street. He is constantly making improvements and will own no superior. sVall One-Ming AT MRS. A. K. SLOAN'S, Thursday, October 4th. Freh Oysters I Freth Oysters! J. A. Signaigo & Co., 2514 Second street, sole agents for the "F" brand. They are prepared to fill all orders, shipping and city, at lowest prices and lietter stock. The Trunk Factory Of S. I-evy, being interrupted by the fire Sunday night, has necessarily closed for a few days. It will soon lie opened in good shape, with a full stock of trunks, the lat ter part of this wee Fall Open lag Of Imported and lomestic Milhnerv AT M. R, CRUGER'S. Thursday, October 4th. JLe'ttoyne ermal School. Session opens Monday, Octoberv 1st. People wishing to secure student help to work .mornings and evenings for board.' apply at the school, 284 Orleans street, or by mail to the principal. Moved to Irving block, Seeond street Browne, the Plumber. , P. McCADDEN & CO. To ur Eriemoia suaoi tke PabUe .We are happy to state; notwithstanding our loss by fire Saturday night, September 22, 1883, that we are again in the field with a full line of hew aad fresh goods, and will be glad to serve not only oar old friends, but all who may favor as with a call ; and, with a corps of good and clever assistants, will take particular pains to see all are served. We guarantee all goods the same as represented. Respectfully, P. McCADDEN & CO. A Card t Thawk.' W. K. Kennedy, Secretary Arlington Insurance Company: Dear Sir We take this opportunity to thank you and your company for the prompt and satisfactory adjustment of our loss by the fire Saturday night, September 22, 1883, and also for check banded us in full of all claims. Respectfully, etc., P. McCAIl)EN CO. H. J. Lynn, Secretary Memphis City Fire and weneral Insurance Company : Dear Sib We take this opportunity of thanking you and vout company for your kind attention and prompt and satisfac tory adjustment of our loss by the fire Saturday night, September 22, 1883, and also for check handed us in payment of vour share of our loss. P. McCADDKX t CO. NOTICE. Tnewlay JNext Reing a Jewish Holiday, Both our Wholesale and Retail- EgtabH lishment WILL BE CLOSED FOR THE DAT. We shall be glad to see our customers! to-morrow and Wednesday. B. L0WENSTEIS& BROTHERS Fall Opening MRS. A. K. "SLOAN'S, Thursday, October 4th. Menken's OPENING Thursday, Oct. 4th WAXTED! FIRST-CLASS DRESSMAKERS AT X. & F. G. KREMER & CO. Felix FrauHioIi, Having-remodeled and reBtted his Oys ter Nalooss and Restaurant, la now ready to receive nisi numerons customers. lie is receiving; every day shell oysters by express from Hew York. - - Fall Opening - MRS. A. rK.SLOAN'S, Thursday, October 4th. Hl TEH BROS. Are displaying an Elegant Line of new Fall Dress Goods, Vel vets and Velveteens, in all shades. New Jersey Jackets, ?2 50 and S3. Victor 1. Fuelis. At his elegant ouarters Nob. 39 and 41 Jett'erson street, Victor D. FHchs lias a large assortment of red snappers, Macki naw trout, Lake Erie salmon, Keel foot Lake perch, fresh gulf shrimps, New York and Baltimore oysters, celery chickens. iresn meats ol all kinds and new Shaker preserves. HUNTER BROS. Offer bargains in Scarlet Twill Flannels. White All-Wool Flannels, Canton Flannels, Waterproofs and Cassimeres. Fall Opening MRS A. fc. SLOAN'S, Thursday, October 4th. MEMiE-VS Will be Closed TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2d, on account of JEWISH HOLIDAY. Fall Opening MRS. A.K."SLOAN'S, Thursday, October 4th. . I'ror. W. V. Sanlers, An artist of ripe experience and great ce lebrity, proposes owning in Memphis, early in October, an art school for teach ing all branches of oil painting. We learn he will be in the city early next week. This will aflord the lovers of art a rare o portunity to avail themselves of the life knowledge of ono who has devoted many years to the study in Europe of the works of the masters, the growth and the changes in style for centuries, and the di versified excellencies of world-wide celeb rities, the grandeur of the conceptions of Michael Angelo, the perfection of beauty by Raphael, the dark, rich coloring of Titian, the softness of Murillo, or the spirit and vivacity of Velasquez. His studio will, we learn, be graced by many copies irom tne oia productions, as well i as numerous studies the creation of the i professor s fertile brain, and .will lie not the least of the attractions of our city. We bespeak foi him a liberal support from our citizens, and are sure it will lie judici ously bestowed. Fall Opening Of Imported and Ilomestic Millinery -AT M. R. CRUGER'S, Thursday, October 4th. II L ATER BROS. Just received 1000 dozen Ladies', Misses' and Children's Hose, from auction. Misses' full, regular-made Hose, 15c. Ladies' full, regular Hose, 25c. Zephyrs and yarns of every variety. TOO LATE FOR O P E N 1 N G. Special display of PARIS CLOAKS This week at KHE.UEKN. Xcw Firm. The firm of J. W. Hor-son & Co. is com posed of first-class business men and will, no doubt, prove successful as cotton factors, grain, flour nnd provision commis sion merchants. Mr. tlopson has been raised in Memphis, and is known for his integrity and line business qualifications. O. C. Boone was formerly one of the most prominent and successful merchants of Memphis. A few years ago he did a heavy business and was robbed of a large fortune by a dishonest partner. In his misfortunes, Mr. Boone's integrity was never im peached. His energy is indomitable, and with his fine business qualifications he will no doubt- soon achieve the success he deserves. Fall Opening AX MRS. A. K. SLOAN'S, Thursday, October 4th. John Walsh, Fndertalcer, 341 Second street. Gin Insurance. . D. Rain, secretary Planters baaauv aaseo rossneuay and srnral Insurance aeon, has nerrVcSed complete arrsuace menfs Cor osreotans; Insurance on coasoss invests at tu. lowest rate. Movno to Irving block, Second Brown, the Plumber. TO-MORROW WEIIBkfcAx' . SPEC IAL XOf ELTIE8 In DRESS GOODS. Trimmings and Buttons to match. TREFOCSSE KID GLOVES, MOTJSQUETAIRE AND BUTTONED, BOTH MEDIUM AND DARK SHADES, Elegant Novelties In LADIES' XECKWEAR. Ilotticry For LADIES, GENTS AND CHILDREN, And the Finest and Cheapest Stock we have ever shown. HOUSE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT. We are better prepared than ever to sell you even-thing that is choice and desirable in DAMASK "CLOTHS AND TABLE DAMASKS, TURKEY RED CLOTHS AND DAMASKS, NAPKINS, TOWELS,- -CRASHES, LINENS, PIANO AND TABLE COVERS. UPHOLSTERY DEPARTMENT. Take Elevator for Meeond Floor. Lace Curtains and Lambrequins, riush and Velvet Curtains, Satin and Worsted Damasks, Cross Striped Tapestries, Felt Cloths, Turkish Rugs, Cornish Rods, (In Brass and Wood) Curtain Fixtures. We are ready to take estimates on Ho tels. Steamboats, cars, ineaters ana Dwellings. B. LOWEXSTEIN & BROTHERS. oPE.Lii: rEXixcix FRENCH MIIXINRY! MEXKEJTS Will display on THURSDAY, October 4th, the Largest and Most Elegant Se lection of PariM Millinery Ever shown in the South ! OPEN AT SftHT. J. 91. Hill aV Co. Not only exert themselves to keep the best stock of boots and shoes in the city, but are determined that it shall lie equal to any house in the country. This old and popular house continues to lead in the style, finish and material of the goods offered for sale by them at their well arranged establishment, corner Main anil Union streets. . Fall Opening Of Imtiorted and Domestic Millinery R. CRUGER'S, Thursday, October 4th. K.1II.V V FREIBERG, 169, 171 and 173 Main St. Call at our store and be convinced that you get fine goods for little money, from Wihuerding, Hoguet & Co.'s importers' sale. 1 - Satins! Satins! Satins! Satins! Light blue satin 50c, dark blue satin 50c, garnet satin 50c, bronze satin 50c, black satin 50c, terra-cot ta satin 50c. Now take a look at our Cashmeres ! Black and garnet all-wool cashmeres 50n, blackall-wool cashmeres 40c,grand black all-wool cashmeres 75c, worth $1 ; black cloth cashmeres, nearly 1 vds wide, 85c, worth SI 50; grand black silk gros-grain, $1 50, worth t2 50. Look at our Black Silk for 75c! Brocaded black and colored silk velvet ?2, worth $3 50; plain black silk velvet ;1 50, SI 75 and $2, will charge you double elsewhere. Nearly all of that fine berege gone that we are selling for 15c, worth 25c. Look at our veil bereges, 15c and 20c per yd, worth 40c and 50c. We have all colors of ostrich tips, 3 in a bunch, 75c; long ostrich plumes, colored, $1. Look at our black ostrich plumes, $1 25, SI, 50, worth $2 and $2 50. Now is your time to buy feathers, Ladies' Underwear. Vests and drawers 75c each, worth SI 25. Jerseys SfJ, rememlier$2, Jerxeys. , From the same importer's sale: White linen table cloths 50c, woith 05c; white linen table cloths GOV, worth 75c; white linen table cloths 75c, worth $1 ; white linen Irish linen 35c, worth 50c. I,ast, but not least, we have a large lot of damaged black all-wool goods, 20c per yard. If you want a line black drens cheap, call at KAIIX fc FREIBERG, Cor. Main and Poplar Sis. N. B. Will lie closed Tuesday, Octolier 2d, iJn account of holiday. K. & F. Fall Opening MkS. A. klSLOAN'S, Thursday, t k-tober 4th. Menken's OPENING Thursday, Oct. 4th Martin Cohen Docs- a business of which any Eastern hatter would be proud. He has on hand at all times complete lines of hats and caps of the very latest styles, purchased direct from the manufacturers, and is by that means enabled to dispose of them at very low prices. That he thoroughly understands his business is one of his chief claims to favor. Fall Opening Of Imported and Domestis Millinery AT M. R CRUGER'S, Thursday, October 4th. C'orrell V Co., 317 Main Street. Will remove from here to Little Rock, Ark. The lease of store is for sale. Fall Opening MRS. A. K. "SLOAN'S, Thursday, October 4th. Menken's OPENING Thursday, Oct. 4th. Xotice! Pants made to order from S9 SO to S3. Lara-e stock of piccc-aroodw on hand at 11. IlEXTER-S, 214 Rain Street. Menken's OPENING Thursday, Oct- 4th. Fall Opening MRS. A.K.-SLOAN'S, Thursday, October 4th. G. W. Jiaill Has received his large and handsouio fall stock of carpets; also rugs and mats in new and beautiful designs, and a line of shades unequaled in the city. Call and examine patterns and ascertain prices, 324 Main street. Fall Opening AT MRS. A. K. SLOAN'S, Thnrsilay, October 4th. Menken's OPENING Thursday, Oct. 4th. Br. Hans Frolich," An eminent surgeon and oculist and a pupil of the celebrated Grafe, at Berlin, will tie at Gaston's Hotel, Memphis, on October 1st, and consult with such pa tients as may be suffering from a weaken ing of the optical nerves, a general weak ness of sight, inflammation of the eyes, blindness, squinting, and diseases of the eyes in general. Consultation hours from 8 to 10 o clock a. m. No charge for con sultation to the poor. - BEJA01TS. SECOND WEEK OF OCR Immense Sale of Sheriff Goods. DRY GOODS, CARPETS, dlLt'LOTHN, BOOTS, SHOES, CLOTUIXG, H0USE-FI RNLSHIXU WOODS. 10 doz. ladies' Jersevs in black and navy blue at only $1 85, worth $4 each. 25 doi. ladies'merino vests at only 45c, worth $1 each. 15 dot. felt skirts, in high colors, only 50c, worth SI 25 each. 10 dot. fulf-sir.e bed comforts at only 75c, worth $1 50, 100 pair full-size white blankets at only si oo, wort II 2 oo. 300 pair gray blankets at only 75c, worth l 2o per pair. 50 pes. full yard-wide brocaded dress goods at only 5c, worth 12c per yard. 25 pes. Brussels carpets, in elegant de signs, at only 60c, worth 90c per yard. 50 pes. illuminated baiges at 10c, worth -5c per yard. 10 doz. ladies' French kid button shoes, sizes 2 to 7, at only $1 25, worth 2 50 per pair. Dry Goods i Dry oods t 20 cases imp. combination dress goods at 3oc, cost 85c per yard. 25 cases shoodah, the very latest shades, at 15c, worth 35c per yard. 50 cases illuminated deliege at 10c, worth 25c per yard. 20 cases full yard-wide momie cloth 15c, worth 35c per yard. 25 cases MflUaly twisting 81c, worth 17c per yard. 40 cases all-wool twills, all the latest shades, at 10c, worth 2oc per yard. 30 cases double-fold cashmeres, all de sirable shades, zoc, worth 4oc per y d Imported colored cashmeres, strictli all wool, 48-inch wide, at 45c, worth 80c per yard. - Black cashmeres, all wool, 35c per y'd, 10 cases black velveteen, very finest, tSOc, worth 1 per yam. 20 cases plain red flannels. 15c per yard, 15 cases plain red flannels, strictly all wool. 2oc, worth 40c per yard. 20 cases twilled red flannel, all wool, 25c, worth 40c per yard. 10 cases twilled red flannel, very finest, Joe. worm ouc per vara. 15 cases gray flannel 20c, worth 35c per vara. IS cases heavy bleached table linen at 18c. worth 35c ner yard. 12 cases bleached table damask at 40c, worth ioc per yard. 0 cases bleached table damask, very hne. tioc. worth St Der vara. 14 cases red table damask 45c, worth 75c per yard. -Towels, Towels, Towels. 500 doz. assorted plaid striped checked towels all at 50c. worth 75c tier dozen. 100 doz. good huck towels at only 40c per dozen. 75 doz. very heavy bleached crochet tow els at w, worth $2 per dozen. 50 doz. bleached damask towels $1 25, worth S2 per dozen. 40 doz. bleached damask towels $1 00, worth S2 50 per dozen. 75 doz. bleached damask towels, finest quality, $2 25, worth $3 50 per dozen. Oood heavy crash towels, 4c per yard. erv heavv crash, all linen, i lc, worm 12Ac per yard. Best all-linen crash 10c, worth 15c per yard. Carpets Oilcloths, Shades, Rags, Etc. 40 pes. ingrain carpets at only 20c, worth 3oc per vara. 25 pes. ingrain carpets, all wool filling, at Joe, worth ooc per yard. CO pes. strictly all-wool carpets, in short lengths, none less than 20 to 25 yards, at -t2ic per yard, worth S-l. 20 pes. all-wool carpets, very newest pat terns, all at 50c. worth t oc per yard. Best three-plv carpets 85c, worth $1 25. 25 pes. Brussels carpets, in elegant de signs, all at bOc, worth HOC per yard. 500 carpet remnants at 35c each. 35 ties, floor oilcloths at 25c ner yard. Floor oilcloths at 5-4, 6-4, 8-4, for much less than elsewhere. Window-shades in all and every style very cheap. Best hemp carjiets, in fifteen different patterns, at ltc. worth 2oc. 100 Brussels rugs, beautiful designs, at oc, worth M.2o each. Crumb cloths very cheap. 25 oca. stair oilcloths at 10c tier vard. Bargains in rugs of every description. House-Famishing Goods. SPECIAL RATES FOR THIS WEEK. Beautiful decorated washstand sets, 10 pieces to the set, only $3, elsewhere $5 rr set. and pitcher, best American china, at 75c, elsewhere SI 50 per set. Elegantly decorated tin toilet sets, only SI 75, worth $3 per set. Chamber pails, with covers, only 40c, else where 75c each. Combination bath-tubs $1 25, elsewhere S3 each. Large covered tin bucket lOo, elsewhere 25c each. Covered painted dust pans 10c, elsewhere 25c each. Large square bread boxes 75c, elsewhere 51 15. Best china pitchers 15e, 25c, 35c, elsewhere double. Painted square bird cages 75c, elsewhere $1 50 each. Brass bird cages $1 75, elsewhere $2 50 each. 1000 fancy liuskets all at 5c each. 1-arge covered clothes baskets SI 50, worth S3. Our celebrated folding rocker 75c. each. Best Japanned coal hods at 50c, elsewhere 75c each. Magnolia ware 'in endless variety, very cheap. Baskets and toys of every description, - prices much' less than elsewhere. Bed Comforts and Blankets. Now is the time to lay in your supply. Good lied comforts at 75c each. Better lied comforts SI, worth SI 50 each. Elegant bed comforts $1 25, worth S2each. Best bed comforts SI 75, worth $3 each. Good gray blankets 75c per pair. Better gray blankets SI 25, worth $2 per pair. Best gray blankets, largest size, $2 50, worth S4 per pair. White blankets, full size, $1 50, worth 52 50 per pair. White blankets, full size, $2, worth $3 per pair. White blankets, full size, $3, worth $4 50 per pair. White blankets, all wool, $4 25, worth SO 50 per pair. Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Etc. 100 doz. children's merino hose, all sizes, slightly damaged, all at 5c, worth 25c to 40c per pair. 50 doz. children's cotton hose, fall styles, at 15c, 20c, 25c, worth double. 85 doz. ladies' colored hose, at 10c per pair. . 40 doz. ladies' colored hose at 25c, worth 40c pai-.? 25 doz. ladies' colored hose, fall, regular made, at 35c, worth 60c per pair. 50 doz. gents' colored hone at 5c per pair. Excellent quality cambric handkerchiefs at 5c each. Lot of ladies' hemstitched, colored bor ders, at 15c, worth 25c each. Kid GloTesI Kid Gloves! FOR JUST ONE-HALF OF ORIGINAL VALUE. 75 doz. real kid gloves, all late shades, in 3 buttons, at only 50c. sold elsewhere at $1 25 per pair. 60 doz. finest quality Monsquetaire kid gloves, in black and colors, at only fc5c, worth $1 50 per pair. 49 doz. very liest undressed -kid gloves at only 50c, worth SI 25 tier pair. 35 doz. ladies' lacing kid gloves at 75c, worth SI 50. 40 doz. misses' real kid gloves, in black and colored, at only 35c, worth 75c per pair. 25 doz. misses' opera kids, very best, at only 25c Ir pair. Children' Clothing-. SPECIAL BARGAINS IN LOT OF CHDLDREJrs CLOTHING. 150 children's suits, eiirht different styles, sizes from 4 to 11 years; all at $2 75, worth from $4 to $6 per suit. BEJACH DRY GOODS COMPANY aa Main Street, '- Building,' Street, Between - JefTrrsen as.4 Adam Streets. FALL ONE-PRICE LATE V" In consequence of Making r Specialty of IIo)n anil C'liiltli-cu'Nfaarnit'tilN, Puroiitx and (iuardtnns will flu 4 it to their Interest to call and examine our Sleek and l'rires before innkinir their purchases. S. BROOKS & CO., 294 MAIN ST.--MARBLE BLOCK. COTTON FACTOIINAXD IttSIOX MK11C1IAKTW. R. J. Gordon. J. . Gordon. GORDON, BRO. & CO. Onr facilities lor hanulinsr Cotton, tJrnln.'ele-. are canal to (be hest. Mneclal attention Oslo to Siorina and Weighing BAUU1MU, TIES AN D 1 PPLI1.S rurnlheu at the Lowest Prices and on reasonable teruss. Liberal Artvauecs made on consignment. Xos. 218 .o 224 Broad Mi-pot. IF EATIXtt WERE A FELOXY IT COULD NOT BE MORE TERRIBLY PVN ISIIKD THAN BY THK TORTVKKS OF INDI GESTION. WHY ENDURE THEM? EVERY DYSPEPTIC KNOWS, OR OUGHT TO KNOW, TU AT TARRANTS EFFERVESCENT SELTZER APERIENT IS A SPECIFIC FOR THE COMPLAINT. WHY THEN SUF FER? IT IS SHEER FOLLY. SOLD BY ALL DRUOQISTS. HOTEL, ARRIVALS. Peabody Hotel. C. B. GALLOWAY A CO Paorintmas. Rates 1250, $3 and tt per day, according to sis and location of roost. J R Hays. La J R Kakin, Ark E D Pierce. N Y Jll Dixon, Ark C F Shol's, Miss J W Sraul.n. Ala N L Gardner Aw, Als M ,1 Carter, Mo T V Hall. Ohio 11 M Keenan. Miss N A Walker, Miss W P Ziuimer. Ky Mrs J C Oaburn, Tenn W' Stover if. Ark S W Wood. Tenn J F Watson, Misa R ft Hamilton, Obio 5 W Willuy, La 11 B Ermin, Miss Mrs Comstork, Ala CF Howard, Ala 8 J Fostar, Ark U C Palmer. Ark J W Lyman, Miss J M Ktsk, Miss K RinUardsnn, La J P Withers. Miss O It Buck, Mo M Brewer. N Y H Marks. Tex S II Purccll, Miss ll N Killouich. Ark B F .lohnson Aw. Ark V F Hlair. Ark Mrs J Krnninir, Ark P R liniU-y, Tenn B F Hicks. Ky G W Terry, Ark F A Haessix, city C C Cow.tn. Ark W M Price, Ark W II Wanllow, Tcnn R R Kremer. Ark E 11 Mi-frm-kin. Mi F F Volts, river C E llriiu-r. jr. Ill ft Mancer, Ark W F Poston, 'I'cnn R P Benton, Pa W Pri.-e. Miss R L Thomas. N Y F II Arnleton. X Y J E Usavr. Pa E II Moure ,V I, Mis Miss Montfnmery, Misa .1 Ulm-k, cily J C Tharp, Tenn Miss M J llar'ii Tcnn EDPalfree, NO J Aldiirc. jr. N i J D Stratton. Tex A D French. Miss MrsN Winniiirhain,Miss .Miss Witininxham, Miss A W Porter. Tex Mrs R K Deminc La MCRufrr. Mo 11 F Heine, Ark Mrs MJBuroey.e&a.Ark S Tate As, Ark Ksw Clarendon Hotel. Rates $2, t2 50 and 13 per day. Sampl rooms for commercial travelers on aroand floor. No elevation : no delay. Tabl always set. L. D. HUNT Masaoas. C D Hammond, Minn R L Roberts. Minn Mrs Houston, NY II II H heeler. Col ft K Tompkins, Ala Jas F Finney, S C J S Fairchild, N C Henry Billups, Misa C II Hamilton, Tex II L Hnrrison, Ky W C Brown, Va Henry C Williams, Vs R L Jacobs, Ohio D O Wheclerf, Tcnn E M Matthews, Ark N C Harris. Kv K C Koller, Us Fleming; Koberta. FIs J A Moraan.Tenn W A Frost, Tex W J Wentworth, La W R Pendleton, La A J Allen, Vs J H Vincent, Ala L F M Canada, Tenn Jno ltobertson, Tenn R C Graves, III Seth I'urlin, Ky II I I..!.- v v Frank J Munsel, X Y Miss Mamie Lyon, NY Miss Jennie Flynn. ",N Y Miss Lisii Temple, N Y Miss ft Corert. Mich Mrs M Lawrence, ky Miss L Lawrence, Ky jiiss j i i.awreoee. Ky Mrs Aioorc. ai Miss J L Moore. Miss Miss M Stork well, lo M Aroneon. N 1' Mrs Levy, 111 W Iliaelow, Wis ft U Boshart, Minn R J Morrison. N V S E Rose, Tenn W S Parker, Ky Miss May Moore, Misa Mrs M Rockwell, la W U Armstrong, U C Mrs Miller. la M J Miller. Wis D W Moody, Cincinnati ft A Hrailley. Cincinnati E S Phelps I nd J F Smith, Tex tension's Hotel. European Plan. Enlarged and Refurnished. Prices according to sis. and location of rooms. W. II. BINGHAM ...MilAOtl. J R Zanone, N Y Mrs Crenshaw Ac, Tens E B Killing Aw, Ark P II Hillun Aw, Ark W M Uakley, Tenn K J Smith.-Tenn J Hamlin. Little Rock W Kelley. Tenn W H Oisman. Tenn E M Mathews. Ark D A Walker. Miss H F White, Ark John Hend, Tex A Wynne. Ark V. Wenuke, Wiss MFftreen.Miss Miss O Green. Misa J T Henderson w. Ark RT Sanders Aw, Ark W L Itrannon, Miss Miss P Wooten, Miss Miss W Woolen, Miss J W Hunt. Tenn Mrs W V ftaither, Tenn E Hunter, Miss S S Everett, N C C C Cheaircs, Misa , E B Kellcy. Ark J W Davidson, Miss Miss Scott, Tex Tbos Barrel, Tenn J B Thi mison, Tenn W A Thomson, Tens Wm II Gridrr. jr. Ala II Westlcy, Miss F S lliirrass, Tcnn J P Kearney, Ark 11 B Payne, Ark Mrs Hartmus. Ark M Kase.Tenn A K Fudge, Mu Pat kearnea. Mo. Prlddjr Mouse. (Formerly Commercial Hotel,) J. H. PRIDDY. Proprietor. Rates, t2 per day. J B Moore. Miss F A Thomas, Ky W D Stallings, Ky K L Lorless. Tenn Mrs S Marshall, Misa II Massey, lenn C II Strother Aw, Tenn A C Waliicn, Tenn C II Smith, Tenn W W Weir, Tenn J H Pickett, Tenn R Lee. Tenn I. E Pope, Tenn C B Anderson. Tenn I H Long. St Lonis. G W Madison, Tenn R B Sixllman. Tenn S Cooper. Tenn C Mundinger, Tens T McKeou, Tens J McCartney. La J Simpson, Ala TKLKUKAMN To be Hud by Calling- at the Ofllce at the Hours Mentioned. Lint of undelivered tolt-gramH rvmainini; at the WenU-rn Union Teleirraph office, 'M M.nliunn street. Olfioe lioura from 8 to 10:30 o'clock a.m. and from 6 to 9 p.m.: Mis F Vanghan Taft, Jefferson A Co. Tony Basso, Memphis Oil Co, Milburnftin A Mack Co, Mrs fl A Towner, MrKnoxGoly. . J N A J W Falls, I.iveruiore Foundry, A F Davis, Hill. Fontaine A Co, W F Anderson A Co, Harry Johnson, Capt John Condon, . Pratt Gin Co, City Oil Works, David ltrowu A Co, W N W il kerson A to. Dm F Wills A Co, ft W Junes ., Nile. Meriwether, H ft Hollenberr, R Bullock, Chickasaw Kenning Co, C A James. C W Schulte, Cash, V W Ih-ode A Co, I llananer Oil Mill. S Bothwell. J C Johnson A Co, Ansel Banksmilh, J S B Co. Con Brown, It E Anders.. it, J W Baser. - U llevina A Co. Jos Nash, J C Anderson, John T Williams, B Lnwrnsteis A Co, Carter A Bleesing, Bohlen A It use, Capt Ad Storm, Mrs R Davis. Mrs C Sauelson. - Bes K.iaruer, Erb A Co, Chaa Heraog, " Agent Whsrf 1QM. ADDITIONAL BITER NEWS. The Centennial Raised. Cm ho, Scptemlier 2S. The oflii-cra of the Joks Dippold report the steamer Centennial raised, aod that she will rjeturs to Si. lini.. Hiram Hill and hie wrecking boat goto Plum Point to-morrow morning, to raise s barr and tag aiuk by high water last spring. River Teles-rassa. - Nkw Oai lisa, September 29. Departed : Oakland sod bargt, and Jobs A. 8cddr, ru Louis. ViCBaarso, Seiitemlier 29. N'tyrht Ar rived r City of Vfoksbsrg. this morning. De parted : Ciiy of Vickabsg. St. Louis. A p.m. Cairo, September 29 Xiaht River 4 feet t inches aad stationary. Weather cloudy aad sool: thrmom.trWr. Departed: David R.Pow U, Kw Orlsaa, I ? HURRAY & RDJGELY, TAILORS, M Mad tae u Street, Invite mm Inspection of Usetr unrivaled mil and Winter Stock of IMPORTED CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AMD WORSTEDS, mode expressly for them y the flues Eua-llsh aud French Manumcturers, FEIrW GOLDEN EAGLE CLOTHING HOUSE! FOR THE FALL OF Ol'K DEPARTXF.XTS ARE SOW COMPLETE WITH STYLES OF CLOTHING FOR MEN, YOUTHS, BOYS AND CHILDREN. These Goods beiuff Manufactured expressly for our own trade, and under our own Miitervision, we cordially Invite an inspec tion of the Superior Workmanship w hich, in many instances wilt compare favorably with general CI STOU VY0UK. The Styles and Fabric are all of the Latest Designs. ltcnicmtcr, we do business on the STRICTLY ONE-PRICE PRINCIPLE! Every Garment marked in riain Figures. No Deviation Whatever And our prices are within the reach of all. ftsT GIVE FN A C AM. AM) 11F. . VI('F.lVto T. I- lrit-li-tt. J.1I. Nashville. Teim. A NEW ni JSWK Just lt''civMl. dill mill Nee TIioiu. ORGILL BROTHERS & CO. AROUSE- CURE- STOP - : Y'Stfi-.?:-: oauitftsnijtfehvaiteu,, Baml)V TRADE MARK. Svs' ?0a.. riir. .iti:AT Mvr.it ri:.tii:iv. Kat and drink whtit you please, for it will not snlivnt. you. Only a half tcafpoonful at a do. Prico, 7c. Sold by all Retail Druaaista and Medicine Dealers. XV. AV1XKFICM aV .. Wliiilcoiile Aft'iiln. Its flit Mi I, Tom wr oar. ASK YOUR DEALER FOR32 cr i IT PER Ft' REM THE BRKATII, AIIM lllUKNTISSN AN IS CLEANS THE TEETH, IT HAS NO EQUAL. Tb TriMle ftuppllMl by LeadlNc Whole-tale nraKl.T4rfrr mm 4 f -nlYr.lar of tmph. t p r'.--"t " 1 '.,vK,,,;.(; if nt v n ii wut .k--ii t-Pi iinrui diiunma ivi ' ThuM who tudy DnroblMly. EnoMjr and Vmmfmrt, tintiM frrtnTtiW TUTTtlnp ntir miiti..firtiirfR W. A. Gage & Co. COTTON FACTORS, No. 300 Front Stroct. ; ; Monipliis, Tcnn. OZANNE, DENISON & COMPANY. amnmMnuaRMMM J- - -f m1 DOVED! lSEOWUE! MPE?TFn PLUMBER IRVING BLOCK, 1883. ALL OF THE .McCoruiacla. C. F Tucker. Xo. S fourt sfroH. Memphis. LINE OF Your Torpid Liver. Your Yellow Jaundice. Your Chills and Fever. WITH- ..rttfi -w o TCMWnalftssWW MnWI.M r RKCHT1RID M.txi ritTi nniN of COTTON AND WOOLEN Seamless Hosiery! 40i MONROE ST., MEMPHIS. aV 1 1 1 sfk.aAsn J. a as tnll aha... .U M 4 A? .. 4 A at... j f ltAl.t:RM ST0VI1SJIAXGES TINWARE, C'li mi lllrM, Lamps, Oils, Coal-Hods, Yaws, AfTRlowMrr, fuller j-, F.lcM Vu Main Street, !. Court Hnmrf, M KM Pll IU Ti: M EMMKE. MOVED I 258 SEC01D3 ST,