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THE MEMPHIS DAILY AII3SA.STJISrDA.Y, OCTOBER 12. 1884:.
The first consideration with every lady purchas ing so important an article as an oyer-garment, is to get the correct style and a becoming fit. The true artist in all walks of life takes pride in doing his work faithfully ami completely. This princi ple is carefully observed in our house, and every lady buying a Wrap from us can feel satisfied that she has the right thing. The choicest Cloaks and Wraps arc imported in limited quantities, and our best styles cannot be duplicated this season. As in all other departments throughout our Palatial Em porium, we guarantee prices as low as the lowest. Murray Ridgely, Tailors and Importers, 38 Uadison, IitKcm lniplloB of their aarlralod stack of Xmportod 01etla.ai for raii mmtt Winter, eotmps-lalma; all tmn IKNt Dealtae la ailneai Wear. Ss-tea an rraaaaabl aa Hum f may I'lnl-elas Tailors la tae trailed Btatoa. 0rftauipiea oa applieatloa to (hotte who bwvv) lert suea rew, - ar Remember, It U eeoaomy to cut the bent. ' - 500 . aoo 100 500 lOOO lOOO I00 5000 2,ttOO Soxes JfeTf Factory Cheese, Boxes New. Cream Cheese, BoxcsrSTew Young America Cheese, lackaRCs jfew Mackerel, Cases 3Vew Salmon, Bags Jf ew Coffee, Barrels Sugars, s Kegs Nails, . Cases New Caimed Good, Pounds Fresh Fancy Candles. liver, Finnie & Co. FOE PICKLING! a. Best quality of White Wine and Cider Vine gar, Lsarvl Leaves, Celery Seed, Mustard Bead, White .tliuter. Cloves. Mace, Cinnamon, All spice, Whole Mixed Splees 14 different kinds in the mixture nice for pickles. I NCaAKN l'OK SKKatl HVIXO OrilBtt Isted, Cut, A and Yellow Clarified. , rBASK SIDDaLL'H SO. IP. jr. r. BPCKHAH & CO. DBS. A. WESSON & SOX, No. 24.5 IXalii Street. oil Oyssto, Js. fO. N. Saosvsaoa OVERTON & 6R0SVEN0R, Ren! Estate, Dealers AGOTI5 AHD BBOH.EBS, OFFICE, 284 SECOND ST., ' 8". K. Tor. Heeoad aad doart, ' SEMPfJISe e TEX3TESSEE. R SAL KSTATB BOUGHT AUD SOLS, TAX S3 raid, h:ntn i:oMtri. mxe.t on U)mmiMiow. PRANK KC HUMAN '.r. ? ! Jmportur, Wholesale aad Re taut Dealer is .- GUUS, RIFLES. PlcTOLS, AH kin 4 of Ammanition, Fln Pocket CutiATT Hciniur, Fuji i hit fsvclclo, Sin, NeU, et. 8p elaily pIlHaI ttn ilramrlM nl Hammer I3una I'f t aJ sa sit , M e- aaa rt ha I s Vaftnaa Uas,- it lsvo tariff jnd rep-virinf Jod ip niM;laa ma a rife ht on npt.'9f inn. Tglf phtitio Nn, SUEX & McCAETH Y, Propr g, 140, 142, 144 Front st, Memphis OBB OF THE LA-ROKST BOILER SHOF8 TJT the Sonth, and tb. only complete Boiler and Sheet-Iron Works in the eity. naasraelarers I hfj nlata Iren-serk a4 every a sriaia. Special attention gives to planta Hon w vk A. J. VIENNA & CO. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN Guns, Jliflcs, Ammunition AXD FISUlXa TACKLE. Xk 317 Slain 8treU Memphis. TUR laricest and beet amort inent la tha oity. The tr -d supplied et the low,l price O. B. PARKKR.. "8. W. PARKER. 0. B.PARKER & BOH Rental Agents AND REAL ESTATE BROKERS 2SS Sain Street. SPECIAL attentloa civ.a te the reatal dopart saeet. Close eolleeuons andtprompt ettle- metii will be our motto. J. Q. SCHMIDT"" SON, (Seeeeasor te J. Q. Schmidt), 2a il. "AsMstTmECT-Wholesals snd retail '"dealers ia Waaa, laaaaltlea, t'lart. tag Tatkle, Elevtne bells ad Aanunciiiters for Hotels and kesidenoee. Barglar and Fire Proof Miti-H opened and repaired. Kleotrie sup plies always on hand. Repairing dene aad war- T"'" ln 'f n.t.lnriie en,! prie-li.t. IIE.MDLXCES, FARMS A STOREHOUSE) roit BESTT Oat SALE. I AM offering, on liberal terms, most dash-able property in VI eel Tennoesee. At Withe St, tton. 2vi milos from Memphis, on L.and N. R.R., one large rtieiii.no. with 7 moms : one storehouse, several town lota aad parcels of land. At Atoka ritalion, en th. C, O. aad S. W. K.R., 25 miles from M.mpliis. storehouses, cottages and dwell ings, all in first-class repair, with all necessary eonv-eniences. Also, a new livery stable and drag store. For persons wishing te secure small farms tor the cultivation i.l cotton, gram, fruits, veg etables, .us., for tb. Memphis er Kurthern mar. k.te, I oiu onering special inducements la little arms, ranting from 20, 40, aiind Ml acre tract. Also, largxr trarte. containing ldu. Sol, J.m, 409 sad Urn aerea 11 of which, with good iaiprova. menu and in high state of cultivation, conven ient for shipment froia Atoka, and is aitnat.d ta wealthy c ..ntry. where tkere are good schools sad churches. Address J. K t'.i.AVTWe. StVa. Tmi LIFE OR DEATH, HEALTH AND HtPPI ii, or Paia and Muery, which wi.1 yoa have? Piles cured by en. treatment peinlesa, .le snd certain. Ke!ta Ulcers, ottea the arent vf ooksumi'tion, if not too late, yoa can beoured. Ime Lack, Nervous Pro-tration, Oonuipateen. fhnrTuSa, fiieed Kidneys, dver, ntomaca, v.i!ildr. Hick Headache, Urinary snd Wouk dil ''aiix, Bloating uf tt.e Iuels, iyspet". all V" h eulu of iutla!B'aiia, and leli yoa (' 'i. vo have a Rer-tail ( Joer. Thoaaanss due C ,' affects, t'oue and be eared toeloie it is a;!,. lr. C. 6WA1N, No. 246 oaeond litreet. t,.. '". ., , .reals ell diseases of the Rec ti.. " i tronie Diseases generally. N rtarae sIaii;.H. and .lamination. AladyaUeusW eut to watt upon the ladies. . .2 L WRAPS! 1CCTI05 KALES. TKl'tTEK'S BALK-By virtue of s deed of trust I will sell, at auotion, TUESDAY. Oct. 14th, t)0oVnck, Parlor, Bedroom Suits, 01 ass, Chins and (;uensware. Cook-stoves, Carpets, Side board, uetraak, and other good too numerous to mention. cu. tt. UAtti, irustee. A. M . BtQ'lrinrd. Aacti.ieppr. FOR SALE Oil UXCU1NGE. TPOR city property, stock in Rogers Telephone ' an d Telerrnph Co. Apply22l Mmlion st. FOR KALE OB RENT. PIANO In trst-elass condition At 210 Union street. TAKEN UP. PON1K3 TaoTesa ponies (branded), at the Clayton place, U miles from Memphis, oplarst'eetroad. Owner ctn tare same by des- cribinvend paying oharges. w. uu yoDJ'EAR. r'tiK SALE OK LEASE. GOYTAtJE Oo Borlan avenuo, Pigeonrooet r d, aouui if Dttrant's grooery; Canada Ktore, Noneonuah, i4eraan.lo road; 110 acres on llrmkjavipMoHfrejMaj.1 i. PERSONAL. AIM, PHILLIPS has removed from 55Madi iJL Jtacf to 218 Second street. CISTKRKS B ILT Repaired and warranted; J rates low. Telephone jji. T. CUBBINS. LOST. HORSE A bay horse, 14H hands high; marks o. Uit sbonlder and a small cut at top of thelelthtnS hoof, and a very long tail. I will pay s reward of tiA for his return to NO. 1M MONROE ST. STRAYED OR STOLEN, INDIAN PONIES From Collin's pasture, on old Haleixh yosd. Monday night, Sept. 29th, four Indian pontes two bays, snathe others can But drsrribe, but would know tbem upon sight, lur whwh f offer tlO rewaid fur tiir return to ychiilint'ntitorkyard. 11 B. CLaH!;'K. POU LEASE. W0RS1UM UOUSE-xhs wnU-known and lopnlar hotel, situ Wed ai ihe eorner of Main and Adams streets. Memphis, lano.. oeUed W0RSH.AM UO(JfiE. Is for lean for s term of yeara. euweaenoipg Jan uary 1, lfrtS. For terms, eto., apply to A. VACCARO, 27s Front street, Memphis. The furniture la the above house is for sale by Di,Wi.i,ttTinl MR. DAVID HASTIM13. LVl S-M V ASTt. H0R4E A gaud saddie tois,. Sua polor, not over six o' eeven yearn old. - lATLl'tt fuw s.t.1, ,l rront St. rpo l!'JRROW-On llrst-clus real estate, $3000 i. frfr eighteen months. T. W., this otfict. ' SOLICITOR A frit-clans advertieing aoliottor for good pacing work on publication of high chara.tr relating to World's Exposition. Send letters of reeompjendation with answer. Address Thoinai P. Urasty. Meoretsry, Room 6, No, 265 Broadway, New York cuv. ROOM Furnished or snfaratsttee, w-'h Irst 4 if Loard, by s yonng mani relhru. AdJ"- - M. this OBice. D AY tAKDKKS-l'irst-olass accommodation i ,.... .... iM tvi.i...iuKi.. BOY A good boy about flfteea yeMspld. A f M Td.ClH CT. SERVANT Per lifht housework snd nursing", 1 . 1 Kl C-a. J md .... rpo BUY A small neat COTT1QE, near street X ears, good neigbbonheod, oiiee for cash. ACdress j. W. McALrlN. Appeal o EVERYBODY wishiag Kachinery to examine oar Mock and price before bying. J. c. oat 3 a cq., t w Front st. T ADIES AND OKNTLKMKN la city or con n-l-i try. to take light work at their own tome ; UtoH a day eatllymadsi werk sent by mail j no canvassing. We have good demaad lor oar work and furnUh steady employment. Addrets, vita etemp, CROWN M'F'O CO.. m riace sweet, Cincinnati, v, riTU CKI. lA e&jd paying MILLlMiKY AMD X' NOTION BUSIls t). In a live country town ; no oppoeittoat bnsiness aoarirbinc and strictly sash. Address Mrs. E. F. BLAK.li, Coyo, Miss. AXDERS- At 681 Shelby street. SITU Al'lON As ootUn or grocery salesman by a man o experience soe sftansire aoquaint auof m North Miss. : references. A. M.. Appeal. CONTRACTORS And railway companies r quiriag eond able-bodied laborers to aJdress, WIIB lull parueulMS, H. W. a.h.M 3. Kmploy ment Agency, Itqp I niop ye.. Knsas City, Mo QHOKMAKEll A iretrclsei stcnar, M ARPEE LEE, Brownsyjlls. loan. TNFORM ATION Of the whereabouts of my I sob. H. C. LOW. He is 31 years old, left Coue. t miles south of Oolliervilie, Tenn,. Feb. f, lies; uipoiied to be near Austin, Miss., if alive, Kis met her if destitute, and in Memphis hoepitaiV Ad.Iri Vrs. U. E. DAVIS, Memphis, care Dr Black. KCC LAB0RKRS-On the . 8. (Joverament OUU levees: Kaleigh to Willow Potru Livje; Ral.igh Landing, East Carroll Pariah, La 7; .4 l)elta f lledlord lev..; Delta Landing, Tensas Parish, opposite Vioksbarg. lesirable station gooa ramps ana prompt pay. work..' fliCU. ARNOLD A CO.. Co Apply oa infractors. MK xpensac,d bridge snd pile-driver men te wo? pa the broaeJtf.n piers at Yasoe river bridge and e the incline opposite Arkansas City. Apply to Wriga; ,4rs., Vjcki.ba, or on the work Uorman. Lewis k H U?on, Contractors. TWO Single Reosas. furnished, with or without hoard; private family preferred. Address BOARD, tliie oflu-o, slating location and price. '100D WHITE UIRL- Atl6 LI a ilea strervt. rl tNTLRMKN and Ladies te learn Pien., Oul- V.T tar anil Banjo, day or nicht. M R. A XH MUS. j T.B1NNS, 72 Madison tt. CIOOK -Ard DioirtgHreom Boy, immedUtely; J guod wagea, at ti, Ooyrt street. B OAPliERS Nioe rooms, wit board, rcraer ritth aad da.kaon streets, rort Pickering. O 0MPETENT WOMAN To cook and do house- J work for small family, at Its VVelliugton st. gOARDERS At 4 Madison street. 100( V TONS Rags, Iron. Bones, Feathers . and Metals. Send for nrk-e liU New ans saoond-hand goods for sale- Address b. 4JABAV, A.nt and Commission Merchant. 4(W to 413 abelby tret. Hi in LArORERr Iter or station work, on OVVJ the Milliken Bend Lape. Madison Par iah, La. : suod board and prompt pay. Apply oa Wink, v to tseorge Arnold A Co.. Meinphis. jytin mcui.-s i , uontra-tor STAVtMAVTBES-T.rPenty-nve good stavemas ers to work oa lad belonging to H, 11. Ev.rs, In Sunflowar eoAUity, iaus. Pay 3 25 per 1U0 staves Timber boantitul scd of th very best quality. Employment till next spring guaran teed. Apply to HKATHMAN.smrii !0, s Oraecrille. Mis., or to the undersigned, at FU sonia, alias. J. J. PATfON. B OA RDERS At U0 Madison : pleasant rooms, I 4- . I" . Vf t-a 1 " . V A. T . jtrvru isigj rninnni'Pi, imriri Tt rJ ua. OW BOLD WATCH-CASKS-ChaW. J.yslry. eu.jtv cash J. N. MiTlFoKD; 234 k; "If Ifli 1 lit6TPEACIl SfONESFor wnioh XJJJ tli. highest market prio. will be paid, st CTTO SCHWILL A CO.'S, 232 Ma4n at. TOLOiE-irMiO on W atchei Jewelry , uci. Clothing, ate., at aaOITDKLF S LOAN OFFICE, la Monroe street, opposite Peabody JiolJ. tiii easl at Hoaso, f ipsira. AMUSEMENTS. T EVBKIK'N THMTEK. JonKra Brooks... -.Lessee and Manacer Three Night and Wednesday Matinee, becinninc jhhuhj, aiau a aiv DEVIL'S AUCTION! Under the management of ' ' CHAR. II. TALE. 5 ACTING ARTISTS ! THKBE GREAT PREMIER DANSEUSE! Numerous Ballet I Startling Specialties, Ete. Beats al tloileaberi's. Thursday, Friday. 8aturday-LIZZrE EVANS. Monday. October 20tl)--T. W. KEENE. MOZART CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC! Under the Auspices of the Mozart Society of Memphis. MORSE S. DOWNS riUXCIPALJ THIRD BllfeOL. TEAR BEG 1X8 OCTOBEIt lat, 1881. VOl'AL DKPARTHLM, '. 1 . In charge i MORSE 8. DOWNS. Elementary Instruction in Classes: Voioe Cul ture, fensusn ana Italian bingins IKbTKCHEHTAi. DPABT1IE1IT, In charse ' ANTON 8TRKLE7.KT. Pianoforte and Orchestral Instruction, Harmony, inorougn em ana counterpoint. EVERY WEDNESDAY, at 4 o'clock, an apres miili niuslcale will be riven bv th. teachers and students of the Conservatory. AdmleeloB, 33 Crals. HrPunila of the Conservatory will hara the advantage of free admission to all entertainment given under its auspices. Apply at jMoiari null, Monroe ana second its., between the hours of 9 and 1'2 and 2 and 6, daily, to R. WAYNE WILSON, fiun't. STRAYED. la sorrel horse, four white feet. blax. facel leather halter on. Return to J. V. OLAbri'h (irocery. Union avenue, and be re warded. PONY From the corner of Main and Monroe streets, one dark bay mare In i inn pony, shod all round, and very gentle. The tinder will be rewarded by bringing her to Peabody Hotel. GOW-fS REWARD Fat, 3 yean old, giving milk, short hernod Durham, with hole cut in right ear. The above reward will be paid for her return to 65 Union street. TWO COWS- v .. One small red eow. with teat cut off. One large dun oow, blind in oneeye. Liberal roward. Return to 221 MADI8QN STREET. COW -Sandy-red. white srts, iwallow-fork m reft ear, under-eutin risli'.oiir; three yeara old. Strayed September eth. t: reward. 37 B ASrf AVENUE. - REWARD MULE From the undersigned one small bav mare mule. 3 rears old: two (mall spots at ton of shoulder. Address JAS. T. BERLIN, 3 Madison tt. (OW-5 REWARD 3 years old, swallow-ferk J in right ear aud crop in left ear; whiter pot in forehead; strait horn, inclined to turn up; short tall ; fore part of body red, after part white straw berry. Return to corocrSycamorc and Front sts. BOOMS AS1 BOARD. DESIRABLE Koemi and Board At 72 Madison ttreet. FRONT ROOMS With board: one furnished, one unfurnished. Day-boarders wanted. MRS. BARKSDALK, 3ol Second st. ROOMS-Wlth or without board- At 283 Poplar street. -f-n.. j- or week, at S3 Monroe street. 0OM3 AND BOARD By week or month, at zwbeconu street. Also, aay poara. rjjwi WO Furnished Rooms, with board. Al ill uonrx street. ROOM Desirable furnished room, with board; two gentlemen preferred, at 123 Court st. Q FRONT ROOMS-At 462 Shelby street. Also, t 9 a few boarders taken. OOOM A large, pleasant front room, with it board, st moderate price. Also a tew aay 122 COURT ST. boarders. IDOOMS Elegant furnished front rooms ith A. u or without board. Large yard. U6Coort it. S Three nleasant furnished rooms with or without board. 114 COURT ST. I1UUM- Liniurn ith or without rV board, at 119 Court street. FOR KENT. s UITE OF FRONT ROOMS Fronting Court square, in private lamny. inquire at Appeal. HOUSE Of ten rooms, large yard, stable, eto.. No. 80 Third street, Chelsea,. Cheap to good tenant. Apply to 10 MARKET STREET .H inn MARKET STREET , LUU ' Apply at 110 Market street. NICELY FURKISIIED ROOMS At 32t6econd street, opposite Braekett's stable. Apply at 48 MONROE ST. ROOMS Two comfortable, nicely-furnished rooms, single or en suite; references re quired. 142 MADISON ST. 44 Q HILL 6TRKET very nioe. . ..- : , XJ-O 176 llernando, near Graoe. 4 Rooms north end Front street. US Exchange, near Fonrtb. x . 3r0 Lauderdale. neaCaVance. 277 and 275 Poplar. i.r lligh. : - 102 CeSoto. 339Je0erson. 65 Second itrept, near Overton. 13 llernando. near Pontotoc. Suburban residence. Furni'hed House on Bass svsnus. STORES. 231 Main, near Jeflerson. - - hr8 Second, near Court. - - 36 Poptar, between Main sad Second. Si Uernipio. scar Beale. " W. A. V? HEAT LEY, 281 Main. , TOREUOU6E No. 239 Main street, uoupied by A. Tiensch. Apply at 67 UNION STREET. PIANOS From t2 50 to to: Organs from S2 to $4, at H. G. UOLLtSNBERG'S. GOTl'AOE The one-story frame cottage, 21 South strest, containing & rooms, one block from Vance street cars. Ai-!yat J. L. FROSTS. S12 Second st. NICELY furnished front room, southern ex tWB: alwp other rooms, at 56 Monroe st. Tj'URN ISia'DtgMoV '- - - V 11 AtSTKulhrrryi'reet. FOR SALE. FIANOS-LOWFORCASH-Qood second hand S, n.rwiT Piako; second-hand KMns Pr a no (cost nee W1 ; one new Wxhsb Piano. These Pianos niusl'be 0-od chance for s bargain. MWITHMAS V -. PIANO One Dew Upright Emerson Piano, 3 string Unison Cabinet 'irand; will sell ata sacrifice. Call at corner Sixth sad Jacksoa streets. Fort Pickering. Hawkins's drug store. ' 1,jlIatNES We have just received direct from U the oil regions o)' P;nniylTania, 3 car loads of Al seo4nd-hand engines, t, i-hirse power, good as new, half-price. J. C.Qatea 4 Co 210 Front. ATA BAROAIN Fine farm of 40 acres of .4-a. rioa upland, two nilei west of Horn Lake Depot, on Miss, snd Tenn. R. R.t good dwelling et 6 rooms, ft tenant honses, good water several orchards, all ander good fence, and in fair order, suitable for stock farm ; fine neighborhood. Ap ply to Minter Parker or A. J. Martin, 289 Main at. IMPROVED' FARM Will sell or exchange for city property Mrs. M. Madden' well im proved farm In Crittenden county, i i , oppo s'te Presidents Island,' fronting on Mississippi river, snd just' below the Kansas City R.R. in cline. Apply to MINT Hit PARKER or A. J. VI t UTIV Wl U..I. -. . T OTS Ws are now onering for sale very desir 4 sb'e lots ia the town of Hollywood, Tunica oonty. Miss., on line of Louisville, New Orieaaa snd Tca TnilnJ, ihirty-five miles from Memphis. Large depot pi or a s aoat oompleted, and tt 4 te largest shiiipjua o,nt on Ziio road be tweea Memphis gud Mujkrdiile. W' 6onsidor it the bast lovaticB and mt desirable baseness point on the line of this road. We are buiidieg a store thereto do business in: there is business for a great many snore. IATK BROS., Memphis. SCRVEYOR'8 LEVEL AND TRANSIT, cheap. Atidrese W. F. YA TKa. 12 Washington st. OOD iAMILV V ARK VT c - ' -ypply at HO Market street. rpENNES&KE 6IATE CERJJFICAJES-Re-JL osirabla for spy and all dnes to Ihe'StatB. OVERTON 4 fiRQSVESoR. DDAY MULE A No. 1. Apply lo C.-T. Reder. Zent'i mill. PIANOS A large assortment, both Upright and Square Second-hand Pianos, of leading CS, at extraordinary low prices and esy lernrsv n. . nuLLEA ItblUI TIpETBUiSiIa. c-tto)d, dark fawn, fine O site, low price. H: A. S,'0NT'J6MERY. owpri It Re Si. and elegant! ff&ntlv fenllihi.l kAii u. ow beini nc built on Fifth at., bet. Kerr and L eel Chelsea; 8. rooms, outhouses complete ithousts complete, ex- eeluav veil snd oistern .,t 52 hv 111 feet, on tTMtiirllnA A rnl. tn UTNTIlM 1a iKKKRor A. J, MARTIN, tad Haul srt, cor. Madison MULK Ore black dray mule, i hatd; high, 10 years old; gentle. Inquire st City Found. Bsnd street, near Adams. D1 1 PAPER? CHEAP AT THIS OFFICE. I71NGIXK A second-hand Jto. k Aaiis Engine, V 12-horfe power; good al iew, sn'd vary cheap. PQ ITER A MACRAE. tWi 800 Fi rant st. A X WOTTUALy'S WAN OFFlCE-Dlamonds Jr. are soKl at ticjr vaJue, anj taken back st a liKSfDENCK UStCarmn in,.. Oood neigh' XVborhood. Easy terms. 1. P. Alban 3tn Main, LTK"fNi5MlLL-;" Do4r .na BUb Kaehiaarr, with En is aad Boiler, in good order. I,. J. llUDtiK, wenons. III. tJOlLER A good second-hand Boiler tor sale J ..n.a. amm, a, full nmai. P. LQWESTEI. s&. BROS. TO tBt T4QK. As another sjvidence of the magnitude ol our business we would cU the Atten tion of the trade to the notice published ia the morning pnperg oi the 7th instant by Sir. C. B. Clarke, president of the Pion-er GoUoa Jlijls, sUtinff that he had old to as their kut.bb stccj or sbektiho ANft 8HIBT1NOS. This notice, -rah tha fre quent mention of our name in the A. ociated Press dispab hea as beintr of the few large buyers at the various teadc aihtion SALa-a Oi BLANKKTS, PLANMELS and Other oo held this foason in New York, must show conclusively that we have a very much larper outlet for goods than any honse in this part of the country, and on that account can buy in very much larger Quantities. And as we buy exclusively for cA.ii, any merchant can see at once the tiKE.tr a tv aktai.es we posses?, and can understand how it is. We can sell the largest and best merchants in the South and Southwest their goods at the same prij.-cs that they can jret them in New York, end as we are nearer to thorn, save them in froiciit and vsriona sriunaM inri . dent to buyinu goods ia Sew f orjt, or even M. Louis and Cincinnati, an e arc very glad to be able to add that very many of the bt-t and larRest merchants ara showing daily by the extent of their orders and purchases made of us 'bat they fully appreciate the inducements e can for these reasens ofi'er them. If. LO WEXSTJEIX fe BROS. listo Goldsmith's card. Full line Xeckwear, novelUet, at Johnston A Vanca 'a. Tfl fame. Means $3 shoes, in button, lace and poasrena, for jrenUemen, the beat wearing shoe made in thit country forth Coj, 2, 1 and 410 Main street, Memphis, RELIGIOUS SERVICES Will be Held re-Bay at tae Tariooa Ctaarebea at tbe Honrs Manned. fUmmi PmmhutriTm fhturrl Pnmur Main and Beale - streeU. Sabbsth-acool at 9:30 a.m. No servioe. 1 S. Mnrv't Cot hedral Poplar street. Services st 7 snd 11 a.m., and at 4:30 p.m. Sunday-school aty:3Ua.m. ' CAebea Baptiat Jfiattott Fifth strset. nesr Mill. Sabbath school st S p.m. Prayer-meeting Mon day stS p.m. Spiritual Hall. Hit Second street. Services at 3 o clock p.m., by Rev. Samuel Watson. Seats free. All invited to sttend. Ciwrcs of the Good Shefhrrd.CoTntr Fourth snd Mill streets. Services st 11 s.m.. by the Rev. F. A. Juny. Sunday-school st 8 a.m. Third Cumberland Prabyteria Church (Chelsea). Services at 11 a.m., by Rev. (i. B. Thomas, pas tor. Congregational meeting at close of sermon. Georgia Street M 'ethoditt. Preachiagatll a.m. and 7:30 p.m., by D. D. Moore, paetor. Sunday school at D:30 a.m.; A. B. kill, superintendent. Oatro! Bnpiut. Second street, near Besls. Services st 11 a.m. and 7:30p.m., by Pastor A. W. Lamar. Sunday-school st 9:30 a.m. All seats free. . . - Calvary Church. Corner of Second snd Adams streets. Sunday-school at 9:30 a.m. Services at 11 a.m. aDd 7:1:0 p.m., the Rev. Mr. Youug offi ciating. t'irti Pretbvterian. Corner of Third and Pop lar streets. Sunday-school at 9 :30a.m. Services at 11 a.m. by the Rev. Oeorge W. Coons, D.D., of St. Louis. tVrecc fAerrA. On Hernando, between Vance snd Pontotoc. Morning service at 11 a.m. Evening prayer at 7:30 p.m. The Rev. W. P. Case, rector. Cii-tAtiVia Church. Corner of Linden and Mul berry streets. Sunday-school at V a.m. Rev. Jumes Sharp, of Aberdeen. Miss., will preach this morning at 11 a.m. Lauderdale Street Pretbyteria Church. Corner Lauderdale and Beale streets. Sunday-school at 9:30a.m. Preaching at 11 a.m and at 7:30 p.m., by the Rev. S. C Caldwell, pastor. Ai'raf M'thodiH. Corner of Second and Poplar streets. Rev. It. U. Mahon will preach at 11 a.m. and Rev. 6. A. Steel at 7:30 p.m. Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. ; J. II. Pepper, superintend ent. , Central Metkoditt Church Union street. Preach ing at 11 a.m. by the Rev. 6. A. Steel, and at 7:30p,m. by the pastor, Rev. R. U. Msbon. Sunday-school at 9:30 a.m.; A. W. Newsom, superintendent. y Hernando Street Methodist Church Corner Lin den snd Hernando. Public worship at 11 a.m. Ths ReVn David Lelth, pastor. Sunday-school at t :30 a.m.; L. I). Mullins, superintendent. No service at night. Cumberland PrenlyUrian. Court street. Usual service 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday-school at 9:30a.m. - Morning subjeot:- "Morality, the Baais of all Oood Government." Evening sub ject: "ALionintho Way." The Rev. U. A. Jones, pastor. - . . Vrs4 Baptiat Church, Second street, north of Auams. rreacning at 11 a.m. and 7 :U p.m. All seats free. All are invited. Rev. R. A. Von able, paetor. Prof. W. E. Hughes, ehorister. Sunday-school at 9:30a.m. R. O. Craig, superin tendent. - Stranger Church. Union street.' Services at 11 a.m. and 7:45 p.m; Rev. N. M, -Long, pastor. Pnnday-achool 9:30. a.m. Morning subjeot: "Those Who Hear and Do." At night: "No"gu perstruoture Without a Good Foundation." - A sermon to young men. Alabama Street Presbyterian Church.' Corner ef Alabama street and Jones avenue. Sunday school at 9 .-30 a.m. Services at t p.m. by the Rev. Mr. Caldwell. After the services a congre gational meeting will be hold. Every member of toe cnurvn is requesiea to oo present. . LOCAL PAliAGKATHS. Tap the drum all the candidates are in the field. - Spectacular extravaganza at Lenbrie'a tomorrow night , . Judge Eldridpe had. the celebrated baby case before him yesterday evening on a writ of habeas corpus. Epperson, who shot a darkv in the Memphis and Charleston depot grounds a iew wepsH ago, -was granted a new trial by Judge Douglass yesterday. United States Circuit and District Courts will not meet at Jackson, Tenn., until tne second Monday in .November, that being the 10th day of said month. The motion'of C E. Collis for a new trial was overruled by Judge Douglass yesterday, and he was fined $o0 for an as sault and battery upon a negro woman. Fred Kelly, employed in painting the saloon at the corner of Second and Jeffer son streets, was arrested at noon yesterday charged with stealing money from the cash drawer. All who have tickets or took part in the Grace Church Industrial School enter tainment are requested to meet at Mrs. Armstrong's, 2'iS DeSoto street, on Mon day, at 4 o'clock p.m. r Misses Wright and Durden. of Sauls- bury, Tenn., send the Appeal a branch oi cotton stalk five inches in length, which bears eight full-sised cotton bolls. No growth could be more luxurious. In the Criminal Court yesterday Phil Halle was fined $15 aud Ralph Gabay $o tor assaulting a btreet-car driver, whom" they accused of having been rude and in suiting in his manner to a young lady reau ve, The regular monthly meeting of -the Women's Christian Asso iation occurs to morrow ( Monday) morning at 158 Main street, at 10 o clock. A special item of business will be arrangements for "Har vest Home' celebration. -rCapting Barbierre Blue Brown left the Republican pow-wow yesterday be cause ne iaiiea to get a place on the ticket. Cadwalader Lugubrious Stewart and the colored brother from the Sixteenth Dis trict, followed his example. - --Mempbis Lodge No. H6 ICnights of tionor win comer tbe three decrees on next Thursday night. All members are earnestly requested to be present. Also members of sister lodges, as there will be music ana oiner attractions. A remarkable variety of cactus, piucxea i rem nis nower garden, was ad mired by the agricultural friends of Mr. Ben K. Pullen yesterday. It was a perfect ly snapea. nat, nve-pointea star ot line texture, and of cad but exnuiaite color- ing- . ; ,: Police proceedings vesterdav: Wm. Hurd, drunk. $: Ed Richardson, drank. $3: Wm. Brown, disorderly, $2; Thomas AW,.., I 1 w-. l i j AJ ' ..vai, aauiemaua.it, AJ , .. A7MAVJAH. COlOrBU. Jj , . . ' aiBorueny, ; ca Apperson. nia nelson larceny, held to answ'er beiore the grand jury. . ... - ... , In the Probate Court yesterday the following appointments were made: O. M. Alttup, administrator of the estates of a. m, ana sirs. js. 4. .iuntet; John Loagne, administrator of C." J, Horiand; Gad Vicg, guardian of Louisa Brown and Henry Bayford. ' The sixth annual Convention of tbe oung Men s Ci.ristian Associations of lennessee will be held at Jackson. Tenn . beginning October 10th and continuing over four days. Members of the Memphis Young Men s Christian Association wish ing to attend will please leave their names with the general secretary as soon as pos- The Art of Life and ihe Life of Art, by Aiaxey. every artist snouia nave one. Joy, or the Light of Coldham Ford, a novel br iftay Crorrmlin. ' Judith hat peare, all nw au the .raaklja' Snuare Li brary, .lti Old Sailor'. 'arns,j oabt. Roland F. Coffin, in Standard series. Mansford has the above works in cheap form. 1 The Devil's Auction Company begins an engagement of three nights and a mat inee at Leubrin's Theater to-morrow night. It is almost 'vb'oHy'epectajJlar- and par ries a quantity of scenery. Jt is said to have been greatly improved in every re spect since last season, and is now declared to be one oMhe most pleasing attractions of its kind on the read. Licenses to marry were issued yesterday to Michat Hurst and Miss Ain-e tiess?, Joseph Simonton and Kraut jbledevft. eorge McDooley and Came W." Pre wltt, Kewiott port and Mitwouri Crenshaw, B. R. Morris and Sarah Ann Mnrphy, Ralph Bnflbrd jmd Eliza Brown, W. II. Tysngar and 8. A. Jamas. There are no new developments In th situation of the affairs at the Avalanche of- cce. ao injunction has yet been served, as a compfodTiiss is hoped for. Mr. James rneian declines to entertain snv umiwi tion Tintil'b-lf the stock of the com dad y is raHsferred to bim on the books. He gi ves ni AJiui a lo rrai ne migiit ao, should Wis aemana oe cpraplistd with. -The Young Men's Christian Associa tiofi will hold gospel meetings this after noon al the tollowmg places at 2:30 o ciock p.m. : Aiisaion Home, lea by Butler Jack; jail, led by L. II. Estes, jr.; hos pital, led by Lee Coulter, and at their rooms at 4 o clock p.m., led by Carrincton Mason, jr. Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock there will be a gospel meeting for young men lea Dy cnas. K. Pate. -Ter,se?see Division, No. 1, N. B. Camp, Sir E.nlgut lyommander and Martin Cohen,"Sirv Knight Lieutenant, 'intenm U give an interesting entertainment at an early date, to consist of dancing, a dress psrade and display of the sword manual by tha diyisiori. Members will soon have ticket, toy ealt. Great care will be ob served as to the parties t virOcj they will be sold. Further partiouUrt will b given in the daily press. Three of the young bloods of German town are in trouble. On Friday last Ed --.1 xn... tr.i. c . b.wu f i. aau aiivr iti t l went to a frolic at .ion church, and filling np with whisky began to make Uiouiselvea rathe, "previous' Ed Davis insulted a Mis Turner and there was a row. Bloodshed was prevented by an apology and the trio went back to Germantown. where thpv asked to be loaned a saddle. While the rlerk went out to another part of the store to ffwi ii. the cash-drawer was hrnltpn open by one or all the of young men. The clerk suspected somethine "upon his XP turn, collared one of the young men and made him and his comnanionR.diEnrn They a-terward rode away with two mort gaged horses belonging to Mrs. Davis, a widow, and stole a mule, also, from A. B. Martin, who came into the city last nicht in pursuit. The mnle is a light bay, about ten years old, with a long mane and tail. iti yer gqpu ofuef anq paves under the die, There i no instrument in more gen ! tral use than the piano-forte, and prob. ably none the full rapacities of which are ' less thoroughly understood by even toler ably well-edut-ated audiences. This last . assertion app'-ies finally well to the com- ! positions written tor the instrument, and i it is to tie attributed to these facts that only the initiated appear to be at all en thused by piano-forte playing, even nwjPrjg music-loving people. In order thai those vio desire may learn what con- j atitutea true biaatvforie paf in? and what accompliabments are necessary for the I complete and successful execution of the claasio and modern compositions, Mr. A. Streletki will commence the series of aprtt midi muiicaks with a series of lectures on the various masters, in which he will in. troduee examples cf the different schools and styles of technique as taught ia Ber- i lin, BtuUgart, Paris, eto., and adopted by the great modern exponent; Liszt, Ru benstein and others. He will also explain the different qualities of tone produced by the different touches on the instru ment. His first lecture will be devoted principally to the characteristic forms of Chopin, and will be illustrated on the piano, lo vary and lighten the entertain ments as well as to demonstrate the progress of the pupils of the Mozart Con servatory, Mr. Downs, the principal, will intersperse vocal .elections throughout the programme. It is to be hoped that these entertainments will be well patron ized as they are given not to make money but to cultivate and elevate the public taste for good snsic, which has been always the objective point of the juozarts. PERSONALS. J. J. Killy has returned from Colorado. Nathan Cohu has recovered from an attack of malarial fever. Geo. G. Dbkt and wife leave this morn ing for North and South Carolina. Mrs. X. M. Rainey and daughter. Miss Carrie Rainey, returned last night.. Mas. Waltkb Gekgobt returned yester day from Atlanta, and is at Mrs. Word's, on Shelby street. Thk Rev. George W. Sweeney will re sume his pastoral labors at the Linden Street Christian church the first Sunday in November. Dr. J. A. Wabsbn. H. C. Davis. SL Paul ; S. H. Mills, Chattanooga, and A. G. Henry, jr., Guntersville, Fla., visited the Cotton Exchange yesterday. A congregational meeting will be held in the Alabama Street Presbyterian church this afternoon, at 4 o'clock. All interested are requested to be present. B0TI.ER B. Rodgbbs, of the Lilly Car riage Company, leaves for St. Louis this evening, to attend the annual meeting of me xauonai damage nuueera Association Bernard Bowling, of Bernard Bowling A Co., well-known cotton buyers, of this city, returned last evening ironi an ex tended European and Eastern business trip. Thos. Rbmbert, formerly of Memphis, died recently in Central America. His remains reached New Orleans yesterday morning, and will be brought here for in terment,- . ., . ' Thk Rev. Georae Coons, D.D., will preach to-day at the First Presbyterian church, of which he was many years ago the pastor. Dr. Coons is well known as a poet as well as a preacher. ' Onb of the most pleasing solos of the Grace Church Industrial 8 hool concert at Leubrie's Theater, on the the 10th and litn instant, was that oi Miss Josie Worn gar, and the young lady deserves much credit. Sot, Halbl, the famous proprietor of the Oak Hall clothing house, who has been a popular dealer in Memphis lor manv years, now has one of the largest stocks ever brought to the city, and, aa usual, ia selling at very low prices. .Go and see him. Am interesting social event' will be so! emnized at Corinth, Miss., on the 15th in stant, by tbe marriage of Miss Josie E. Small, a lady of beauty and accomplish ments, and a member of one of the most prominent families of that rlace. to Mr. C. M. Green, a leading druggist, well and lavoraDiy Known in this city. Ltttlb Robbie Hitzfeld Hawks, who died on yesterday, will be buried from Ualvary church at 3 o clock this afternoon. The Rev. Mr. Sessums beinar sick, the Rev Mr. Young will officiate, and the choir of tnecnurcn, under the direction of Prof. Piano, will sing a requiem. All friends of the family are invited to attend. MEXKE.VS. The special attention of ladies who are thinking of Fall Fashions (and what lady is not giving some thought in that direction jnst now?) is called to onr vast, complete and superb se lections of LYONS SILK VELVETS Ann NEW WEAVE SATINS, Combinations that have tbe approval ef the highest authorities in the art of dressing. Oar maznificent and unri valed importations of pure dye LYONS BLACK SILKS include makes from the great manufac turers of France, such as C. J. Bonnet, et cie, Ponson, Bellon and others. We also keep a line of American silks, which are highly recommended for finish and wear. Mmb. Balls, in charge of onr dress making department, is in receipt of all that is nvel and new in her depart ment, and is now ready tn serve the patrons of the house in the highest style ef the art EVERY DAY . . Novelties are introduced throughout the house. To-morrow we exhibit some choice designs in FEATHER TRIMMINGS! LXCM CAPS AXD FICHUS I BEADED FRONTS AND JABOTS! Mmb. Skabery, in charge of our MIL LINERY PARLORS, is ever on the alert to produce not only what is new, but also what is correct in style. Her taste has the approval ef the Memphis ladies. She never puts a lady off with an, unbecoming bead-dress, Our immense business in carpets and curtains has surprised ourselves." Why is it so? Because we certainly have the best selected and by far the largest stock that has ever been shown in the SDutn.-fttiti we' lie! then at lima), prof its. Those having houses to furnish need srarcely to be reminded that to know just what to buy, they should look at our CARPETS AND CURTAINS. They ae;d not tear being urged to buy, (or we are confident that the styles, varieties and prices will do mi raculous work and SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES. MEXKE.VS. Do you know that our Children's Jer seys are in? Ye also received some new braided snd beaded Jerseys for Ladies. Silk Jerseys from $i to $2i eacK All-wool Jerseys 9Vc and up ward." ' LEADI.VU DEALERS fa rime Furniture, Cartels, vyinttovf B bad cia. ' Kara sad All that experience, coupled with capi tal ana enterprise, can do to carry on bil&ines? enterprise Ifesars. Mitchell st iirysou are aoni, lbeir facilities are unsurpassed anywhere in the country, and they are enabled to offer a rare profusion oi artistic ana auraole lurniture, carpets. rugs, curtains and shades for the inspec- uon oi me general pnonc The lleai. Klensurd Warmer Will addre-s the people at Paris, Wednesday, October 22d ; Lnion Oity, httrs4ay, October CM; Jackson, Saturday October 20thy Bolivar, Monday, October 27th ; Memphis, Tuesday, October 2Sth ; i night - J. A. TROUSDALE, Chairman State Dem. Ex. Com. tf,s great blankt; sale at Goldsmith's commences Monday morning. ' Loui Straiuts Tailor, Has removed from 250 Second street to 50 Jetlerson street, where he will do cleaning, uv-uig, repairing ana general tailoring. Cleaning atttl Dyeinp. V-A . .. ... . - x-iuies ana gents' clotnes cleaned or rivaH in a v .... 1 ... . M:nu . 1. i curtains, by Louis Riecel, No. 58 Jefferson Street, txoods rmuvvi bv -ttreaa. Among t' e new attractions at the Peo ple a Theater for this week is te world famous trapa artist Lcl Stencil For marling cotton, barrels and boxes and all kinds of stamps manufactured at C. S. Elhs & Co.'s, 31 Main street Ideal bicycles in stock. ' Jafaj, iiecelrctl, X full line of Fall Oveivoat". " J0fn.STQX A VANCE, STS en a 3j7 Slam. I.a3 Cqrtai A specialty at Memphis Steam Laundry, --4 Second street Leivesi hjr Lmflen. Ladies love delicate and delicious per fumes. In Parker's Hair Balsam they not only satisfy this Uate, bat have an article which arrest- falling hair, removes dandrafT. restores the original oolor and imparts a beautifal gloss, soft ness snd life. Docs nut soil the linen, is not n aye, cleanly aad economical. Sis great blanket sale at Goldsmith's uehv-es Monday luOimn. lllacaroiaian Excursion. Barbecue, Fish-fry, Macaroni Dinner, etc To Lake View, October 12th, to cele brate tha diacoverv nf AmarirMi Vi fVJ bus. Trains will leave on the I, N. O A T. raiload at 8 and 10:30 o'clock a.m. THE WEATHER. " miCATIOIl, For Tewtette and the Ohio TaUey', fair calher, except preceded in the extreme north ern portion by light local showers and partly cloudy mother, southerly winds, nearly station ary temperature. SISHAE, SEBTICE BCPOBTS-CeTTOB AtCJLT ME-LPI1M DUTBICT. as7 Cotteisi Regtom Reports from Kall- aiaueaa. DlBTSiCT Ci-tir, Msmphtf, October 11.18H. voservaHon taxen ato p.m.. uentral lime. Thermo1 ftTia. (TATIOXS. SAIXr-LL. ' Maximum. Litnimnm. Memphis. 72 59 0 VO Nashville. 82 ' 62 0.00 Grand Janet' n 79 ,V o.OU Corinth-..... 85. . 58 0.00 Tascnmbia m 63 a.oo Decatur. 83 t4 0.00 Scottsboro 83 65 0.00 Batesville.. 78 53 0.02 Hernando... 78 50 0.00 Oronada 78 - 62 0.00 .- Withe- 78 52 0 00 Brownsville 77 51) 0.0.) Milan 78 59 A.OO Paris . 78 55 0.(0 Covington... 75 M 0.00 Dyerabnrg ... ...... BolivarM...M.. ... ... Holly Springs.. 77 52 0.00 Oxford 77 . 50 0.00 Sam total 1310 9t6 0.02 Average 78t 56JI 0.0012 MetorolrtC4Al Heprt. 'Msmphis. Tx-K., October 11, 1884. . Time. Bar. Tber. Wind. Weather. 6:08 a.m.. 30.081 61.0 8.W. Clondy. 10:08 a.m.- 30.100 W. Cloudy. 2:08 p.m.. S0.0T.3 T2.0 W. Clear. 6.08 p.m.- 30 CI 69.3 N.W. Clear. 10:08p.m.. 30.078 62.6 N.W. Clear. Mian 30.071 65.2 N.W. Fair. daxi Midimum temperature. 58 0. A DEAR DUMMY. Tli Hetamorpmosls Made by a New Tie In front of a "cloding store" down on Beale street an old damroy, the paint on whose countenance was cracked and scarred, and "whose eyes had an exceed ingly vulgar stare, seemed suddenly to have become endowed with life yesterday morning, judging, from the side glances and blushes of the ladies as they passed. The cause was explained by the proprie tor. The dummy wore the same suit of clothes which had been exhibited upon it for twelve months, but with a happy thought it had just been provided with one of May's new shirts, cuffs and collar, and one of his exquisite new fall ties. TELEGRAMS Te be Ifad by talllnsr at the Office at tbe Hours Kentioned. Jacob 3. Ports A Co., i Louis Cells, Judge T. V. Eldridgc, C. W. Goyer A Co., lion. 11. Cummins, T. Sullivan, C. 1. Kimball, Geo. Triniball, Geo. P. II. Rector, R. M. Bradford, 2 R. B. Ward. Mr. and Mrs. M. Hurst,6 Loon J. Sohmart, Ad Storm, J. J. Murphy. W.J. Chase Co., Wm Jack A Sons, , W. J. Vrecman. Taylor A 1'owell, Mra. Sam Sc-hlues, It Ha.ii.a i- r K. C. Buchanan A Co., R. F. I.ooney, jr., Donelson, Williams ACo R J. m. uarver. John Zant A Co., K. C. Mosby, Minnie Home, H. D. Money. Cspt. Sears, 2 Benjamin A Co., Gen. K. F. Patterson, Mary Kent, M Burke, Wm R Moore A Co., c. 13. tvittie, Oeo. Mackoy. Mitchell A llryron, F. L. Warner, 2 Irby Boyd, Mrs. Mary Bs.bb, AVllliams A Co.. w. p. Richard.-on, J C Johnson & Co., H B Clarke. C Mundinger. J M Farrington, oot tleise, Mich II ur st, LITERARY NOTES. - - Thb Nashville Journal of Medicine and Surgery is to hand. It contains Mr. Tait'a address on "Abdominal Surgery," deliv ered before the Canada Medical Associa tion at Montreal August 20th. 1- Tax Inner Sisterhood is the title of a very singularly constructed medley of so rial observations, each printed on different colored paper, the whole being bound in a very nnique way and delivered to pur chasers in a paper box. It is the work of Douglass Sherley, and is published by John P. Morton & Cj., of Louisville. Protection and CommukIsm is the title of a pamphlet that is a free and fair con sideration of the effects of the American tariff upon wages, by William llathbone, member of the British Parliament It is no ruber fifteen of the "Questions of the Day," issued by G. P. Putnam's Sons, of New York, a series that should find a wide circulation-among the people. It has an unsurpassed educational value, and is invaluable to students. Sacred Poems; Bible scenes, characters and incidents in verse, by the Rev. Geo. W. Coons, D.D., is a little book very pre sentable by reason of a very handsome and appropriate dress, that must find many readers, especially ambng those who have been students of the life and works of the Man of Peace. It is full of the persuasions of His gospel, and breathes the spirit of His love. It is the' work of a gentle heart and a strong hand, of one fully convinced and persuaded of the truths which it mirrors in evenly flowing verse. The author, Dr. Coons, was for some time and many years ago, pastor of of the First Presbyterian church, where he will, it will not be out of place to say here, preach to-day, and no doubt accept ably, to an exceptionally intelligent and appreciative congregation, filtered Poems are for sale at Young's book store, under Odd-Fellows' Hall. Coi McWhibteb, Commissioner of Ag riculture and. StAtistics of the State, has our thanks for a copy of the report of the first annual session .of the Southern Im migratior Association of America, held at Nashville on the Hth of March of this year. It contains a great deal of very val uable information as to the population, manufactures and trade, as well as agri? cultural products of the' Southern States, and much other information that cannot be had save in such a form. . We are glad to know that this very valuable report is likely to have a wide circulation, it is a vaife mtcum for intending immigrants. Half a century of English history pic torially presented in a series of cartoons from the collection of Mr. Punch, com prising 150 plates by Doyle, Leech, Tennel and other?, is something to be ap preciated by students of England's progress since 1830. It portravs the political careers of Pee', Palmerson, Russell, Cobden, Bright, Esacoriefleid, Derby, Salisbury, Gladstone and other English statesmen, 'and contains more than a dozed very " hearty laughs, in terspersed with much valuable instruc tion and information, much that will pro voke inquiry and coin Del. nerhana a closer scrutiny of current !:si r.'" by general readers aa well as -tgdenta. " R. ftW EXSTEr or i.KOS. WE HAVE JfOW OX EXHIBITION AKD FOR SALIJ THp . GRANDEST STOCK HIGH SOyELTJES silks; VELVET. 1 SATINS J AND COLQKED DRESS GOODS! Ever Shewn in Sfctiiphjs And it would be well for those who intend purchasing anything of this kind to bear in mind that the patterns of most of these goods are exclusively ours, and cannot be found in any other stcre in the city, and that our prices are very low. KWIT rJTDERWEAE! ; ; .a v t LADIES' MERINO UNDERWEAR! GENTS' MERINO UNDERWEAR! CHILDREN'S MERINO UNDERWEAR! We are- headquarters on these goouj and in all grade can gtve yob better value for the ''same money than von can get anywhere else-in the city. BLANKETS I COMFORTS! White and Coloretl Bed Blankets, alj ties, ijuaiitiis nd prices, " - Bed Comforts aad Wool Coverlids, all sizes and prices. FLAX A ELS ! CLOTHS Z White and Col- Plain and Tallied ored Flannels. French Fancy Flannels fof o?,r own Importation) in plaids and 'Stripes. OPERA FLANNELS! LADIES' CLOTHS! REPKLL A NTS ! Caeslmeras for Men s and Bovs' wear at exceedingly low figures. " 3 ' II. LOVVEXSTEIX A BROS. Leber Bron., Freseo Artists. All styles, 370 Main street. See our ad. Th- celebrated wear resisters, gentle men a tine shoes, for S3 2a are worn hv everybodythat knows them. For sale bv J. AIT ar i: x. .- , . . . . - J . u-Kcii -o., - i anaiu nainexre, iIeph, Tgaa. ' " ; " ' ' riftjr TBSaanmd Tear. To be sure You've "only got a cold," only a cough." "Be all over in a few days." Drn t worrv abont me' V.ll .A.'t n... 50,S) people die every year in the United States iroui oonsuaiiuoB : and every aoul o tbem besaa that Wav. ltuttar al.i it ... will. t-.l . I'oaic. Ibis icmeUy will exiel the cold at one-.' H.3S3 .11: THE FOLLOWINGIS A LIST OF OUB MBEBALITr BESTOWING OK THE '.IIitETTI-iEi--.' OH!Sr.S, AS A TOKEN OF OUR APPEECI ATIOST OF THEIR PATBOXAOE. . A PRIZE FOR ALL! ISO BL ASKS t SCHOOL CASKETS, Childreii's Bows, SOIL HAIUL3S, F KAIIX A FREIBERG, COR. MAIN AND POPLAPa, will be ao crowded to-morrow on ac count of thoir sale of finest DAM AGED White linens at . 15c and 20c per yard, and slightly burnt Linen Towels, 5c 5c 0e. 5c. '5c 5c. 5c. 5c 10c. 10c. 10c. 10c 10c. 10c 10c. 10c Heaviest brown and Sea Island Domestic, 4c 4Jc. 41c. 4i. 4ic. 4e. Wet only on SECOND" FLOOR. $1. Double-width extra heavy and fine Jersey Cloth. Did cost i-' 60 per yard. 25c Fine Ladies' Merino Vests, 25c, 30c 60c aud 75 1 Children's Combination Underwear, 60c. 15c. Extra silk-face Matelasse Cloth.loc 35c Beautiful Satins, any shade, 35c f 1 o $1 25. Silk brocaded Velvets, 1 25, SI 50. SI. Black Grand Silk Velvet, $ 1. 10c Grey and Red Flannel?, 10c 15c and 20c Extra heavy Grey Flan nels, 15c. KID GLOVES! KID GLOVES. 10c Lot damaged Kid Gloves, 10c 50c, 75c. Jouvin:s Courvoistier, 75c 10c, 15c Ladies' ti-button length fleeced, 15c Waterproofs t Waterproof! Jeaas! 50c, 60c Extra quality Waterproofs, 50c, 60c 25c, 30c. Lamb's wool-filling Jeans,25c $i0. Only one Sealskin Circular or Dolman, $60. $50. Only one Sealskin extra-long Sacrjue, 60. f 15. Otter-lined Ottoman Silk Circu lar, $15. Only one. These goods, as well as our 25c Guipare, Escuri.l and Dacbecs Laces are from the fourteen confiscated trunks of the famous Brooklyn mil liner, Miss Gossip, and sold by the Customhouse officers at the port of New York, and it were useless to try to find such gems aznin this side of the Atlantic at less 'than three times the money. We also received the two cases ot Silks and Velvet from the col Upsedjfirm of Ualstead, Haines & Co. Tbe 30c, 35c and 40c fine black Cash mere, the 75c Silk Warp Henrietta Cloths are also in that lot. KAILV & FREIBERG,' Caraer KaJm aud Poplar Streets. Don't buy any Misses' or Ladies' Cashmere?, Blankets especially, until you have visited our grand new store. . K.&F. Re id Goldsmith'scard. Feed and Prod nee. H. Crooks & Co., at 52 Beale street, re commission merpiianta and dealers in feed and produce. It ia a reliable tirm. filla t,r. ders promptly, sells goods at lowest market prices, anu treats customers cleverly. They are amons the enternriaintrmen who are always up with the times, offering ev erything as low as can be had in the city. Open Letter. .QiMfORs, Aax., Mar 20, 1884 J. C. Oates k Co., arents, Msmphis, Tenn. : Ge untax We ground on the No. 2, tha .Diamond mill boueht of too. 10H bushels of good meal in four houn and nve minutes, jrj tta presence of twenty witnesses, and we think with dry corn the mill will easily grind thirty bushels per l,An.' lenA..,r., ll L. B. BOOSE k CO., XOOF, aMcUOVVAN i CO Blanket and Cemfbrt Sale THIS WEEK tjOLDSJIITH'S, 348 Main Stree y-RQM THii GEkAT ' JSEtT TORK BLANKET SALE. White double blankets at tl. Grey double blanket at S3c. Large size white 'double blankets from l oo to fi. - CALIFORNIA BLAK-fiTS, Jfr4, 11-., 12 -I and 13-f, " at prices lower than elsewhere. COMFORTS t COMFORTS t Large variety of Comforts in Cretonne and Oil Prints, frora Cic up. MONDAY MORNING GOLDSMITH S. " l a. '. Prof. SaxbiVi Dancing Academy Is open at Cochran Hall, every eyening this week at 3 oMock and evry night at 8 o'clock for the recention cif nchnlnr- Private iossona will he triven fit YAa I fl ATI .a if desired,. . fTeddiiijc PresentH. Mnirorti. tbe Kesmpkla Jcwelsr. Engraves his goods beautifullv vithout cliarge, and carries a line of Solid Silvei ware, both useful and ornamental, suit able for tredding presents, etc. Call and in spect goods and prices. 294 Main. J. Wnltlj, VfctJaKTAr, 330i Second gtreet, near Union. Notice. Having purchased the entire stock of ci gars and tobacco from the administrator of the late Henry Cohn, I will coati-ue to do a wholesale an rftaUtifar and tobacco businM at the old stand.'No. 2H9J Main street, under the Ptabody Hotel, and re spectfully ask asbare of the patronage so generously bestowed upon my predecea- eor- SOL MOBJtlS. GERBEtt aV METTE Offer on Monday Mine. Dean's Mine. Bean's Celebrated Spinal Corset Every lady and miss ought to Bee tl;e;a, UNDERWEAR J UNDERWEAR! A complete stock of all-wool and merino underwear for ladies, gents and children. BLANKEST, and COMFORTS. . , . V?.1" Triety at close prices. 12-4 hite Blankets at $ and considered cheap at aud f 1 . Qar stock of Hosiery. Han Jkerohief?, Embroideries and Neckwear not exelled by any house in the city. Boys' Percale Shirt-waist at 50c, former price Tic GERBP.R at METTE, 7 Maim. Bkad Goldsmith's ?r,i. Litee Curtalua A specialty at Memphis Steam Laundry, 224 Second street. 1. you want a fine flttlnaand ifort. able wearing shoe hav ittaade to eid at J. W. Vovgeu k Co.'s, 271 Main stiveL I Their shop, in rear of store, ia aecr.n.1 i I tlAA- -.i, . ' . j TTp-TT- Of tbe Largest and Most Complete Stock of HEN'S, YOUTHS, BOYS' & CfflLDREIl'S CLOTHIIG! IN LATEST hTYLES! BEST QUALITIES! LOWEST PRICES! EVER OFFEBED IN THIS CITY. BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S Odd Jackets'! Pants V SPECIALTY. . POLO CAPS, Children's Ties, RIDING WHIPS, Boys Smpenders, LOCAL K0T1CES. But your Shirts at May's. . Bur try pure sure Hope Soap. Study shorthand, 44 North Court oUeet. Grvavonr children Emil-h's Worm Oil. Ski Brainerd & Armstrong's "waste" embroidery advertiement. Havc your pants made at Ilexter a, 214 Main street, and save 25 per cent Memphis Roller Skating' liink opens Oc tober 20th, at 360 and 362 Shelby street. . Fob dyspepsia or antidote to tobacco chewing, use Valentino's peerleta sweet gnm. Gixts' and ladies' hats dyed and re shaped in the latest styles at Staiuback's, 188 Second street. - Tut company to appear at the People's Theater Monday night will be one ol the best ever in the city. Fob the best and cheapest shoes of any kind g) to the cheap each shoe Etore, 410 main street, opposite oayoeo Hotel. Tiia Herbal Chill Core, the best tonic and anti-periodic known. A certain aad surs ears for chills. Price 1 per bottle. Send stamp V, clicV'"rf- reierenca civeu. Address John C. Kucker, Lynrhberc, Vs. Dok't fail to go to the opening of the Memphis Roller Skating Rink, citO and 362 Shelby street, Monday night, October zuin. Fcrnitubk repaired, upholstered, var mshed, packed and chipped.. Matting, tents and awnings made and repaired, by H. Buttenberg, 231 Second Btreet. Tele phone 46. My residence, 138 Third street, f ir rent or lease. Apply to O. B. Ilayne- uerman national xsana, iliut Uantt, 43j Madison street, or to me. J. W. l'AUE, 6 Maduon street. A valuable diamond ear-ring was lost on a Vance street car on Thuredav night T, : i l : , . ' , , -a AAIAAJIJ ICUU UlULU priZttO, HOQ the finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving the same at the Appbal ollice. A oramd maequerade ball will be given at the Exposition Building Monday night, October 13th. Both white and colored are invited to come to the Lime Kiln Club. Fob ladies' fine shoes bnv WondtiisnaoA 4 Garside'a make, New York City, the finest fiLting and best weai ins- shoe "made in America. For sale only by T. W. Voe geli A Co., 271 and 410 Main street, Mem- pms, ieno. The Memphis Steam Dvcine Establish ment, 414 Shelby street, solicits work lor the fall season. Gentlemen's wear acd ladies dresses chexaicallv rlnnwl r.r dyed to per Motion the fashionable shades. uoooa received and returned by express. Attestios is called to tha rs'a nf bed-room, dining-room, kitclutn and parlor furniture, Brussels snl body Brussels carpeta, rugs, ets at 133 Main street, on Tuesday, October Hth, at 11 o'clock a.m. Those desiring fine furniture may get good bargains by attendine this aalo. Spb ad. vertiaement of tmst sale in Ledarr. ilwjsnixi.it CA&V, Trustee. IIl'XTER BRO.. Call special attention to the exlraor. dinary value we are offer-" . iag in Black Press fiil ks. Black and Colored Silk Velvet, Black and Colored Velveteens. Flannels-, Blanketn, Hosiery and Gloves. All.weol French Cashmeres and En glish Serges, 40 and 42-incb, all the latest shader, 5.1c and U3ic English Plaids in Mohair Serges and Twills, loc 20o and 25c Xew Black Plaid?, New Broken Plaids, New Illuminated plaids. New French Trifbts, i-n, iVench ChevicJa, ijew Bjson Cloth, New i'Uanel Suitings aU Voolv 4CMnch 1( ree Engusn ShoodahWool fill ing, 121c 100 pieces double-width Cashmeres, jc, Every LUy ah . uld see cur black good uciur uuyijlg. On Monday we will oS&i an tmmsnia job in genu', ladies' and children's I Hosiery. ' 1 Misses' fnll reeular Hose.5 tan.atl.V. ! Misses' French Rib Hope, tt to. J, full regular, all colors, 15c, ii-Hc and :i"Vc Ladies' full regu Jir i ingrain,- extra length, 35c. ladies' lamb's wool, full regular made, 35c Ladies' fine Silk Hose, all the rfch fall shades, $1 25. Ladies' extra fine Black Silk Hose, $1 95, worth $2- 50. Flannels and JManketa from the great New York auction atle. The largest stock, the lowest prices ever offered. 8EE OUR STOCK t SEE OUR PRICES ! Canton Flannels at SJtf, Canton Pian- nels at 10c, Canton Flannels at 12.c Canton Flannels at15c. See tbem. They will surprise you. Gents', Ladies and Children'a Merino and Wool Underwear. Our stock is now in, and v-e swat wafely aay thjt jt tals an. thing " in the. city. SEE IT BEFORE BUYING ! " 25 pieces Basket Flannel, 10c. 100 pieces good style Fall C'-oo, 4jc 100 pieces Dresy Unhams, 10c rAniapIes sent to any part of the coun try on application. IICXTER Bl'OS PalaU Buya). Read Goldsmith'scard. Suits Made to Order By Johnston &. Vance, 305 and SaaJ Main. Fsmly (sroeerles. Itasliham s crccerv. corner of Beale and Second streets, ia a place on which every housekeeper can depend on landing all tne delicacies as well as the Lest grades of family groceries. Mr. Backhaul bca had a long experience, ia very careful, and tfaU custouiere so well that it is perfectly natural to have an immense liat of first class buyers. Everything he sells is good andtbeitockUoneor the-wost complete. Leuis Brandt, Furaltare Dcalf rT. At 30U Main street, carries a full assort ment of furniture and carpets, and sells on terms that will suit all, for cash, weekly and monthly payments. The supply is fresh and first-clatis, and Mr. Biandt is determined to sell. Call and see the stock and be convinced by obtaining a bar gain. Taa great blanket sate at Goldsmith's commence kjoada morning. 1U tbe Latest Styles In Soft and Stiff Hats can be fouDd L ' F. Albert', 172 Main etretf. tt give him atrial. " "d Uhl yg& thTaeasoa will if.'M hall at the Cochran f.U Monday, October 20, 1884. Friends hi the dak are invited to attend. Shirts M side Order By Johnston & Vance, 305 and 307 -Main. i , , I.A- i -TT m J r'li Ju WALKING CANES, Dude Pictures, 351 I. GOLBSniTII "s BROS., No. 313 MAIN S1REET. J ii t Received NOVELTIES IT DRESS GOODS! Match Suitings from 25c to $1 25. 42-inrh Cashmere, all new shades, at 35c Grey Debege, 40-inch,' woith 60., for 35c Double-fold Grey Debege at 15c All f.hadc-3 sinylo width Cashmere at 121e.: -. 56-iuch Dress Flannel at SI. a Large variety in Piald FlanneL Yard-wide Androscoggin Domestic at 7Jc All wool red twiliod Flannel only 22Jc, Turkey-red Dsmask at 35c a yard. Checked and plain Napkins at 45c a dczen. Novelties Cretonne, solid color, at 15c 25 Cents! 25 Cents I 100 dozen Kid Gloves at 25c a pair. Full lino of the best make Kid Glove Foster Hook, Alexander and Mosquetaire. SL $t. $. The beet French woven Corset forjl. Vests! Vests! Large variety of Ladies', Misses' and Children's Vests and Pants. The bests 50c Vest in the city! We invite all to call and examine our stock. I. GOLDSMITH A BROS., N. 348 MAIN STREET. CHIEF CATERER To lbs Taatea of Ihe Eplrarss r Jf m,. title, . Thoso who insist that their tables shall be supplied with nothing but the purest, u :ave long since learned that nowkere can their wanta lie so well auppnea as at tbe elegant establishment of V ictor D. Fui hs. 30 and 41 JflfTtfinarui street. He has on band at all times game and fish, oysters, poultry, butter, eggs and "ao vegeiauies oi uie eeason. Read Goldsmith'scard. S. Mnser, Merelmni Tat tor. At toe corner of Second ai V-th rv.- ci.o-ia, una a Blocs Of Clothe in .o invites the station of gentlemen of Mem phi" iad the surrounding country. He asrs Miiu it or.lerin the very beet style, keeps the finest goods and employs most competent workmen. His charges are the "Aesi iuu can oe naa lor lirst-ciasa work. Call and see his goods and styles. Only One Bay More. Those who want chances in the next ursaiugoi me jouiBiana Btate Lottery Company must secure tickets to-morrow. That will be the laet day for their sale. Ine experierceof Memphiana has been ertough to convince them that this is a lair lottery scheme, in which all get a fair chance. Beaut tfiil Fiftuiea. The hkill and enternriaa nf TVf nu hardt, the popular photographer, has made mu KMxioni. repiuauon lor Uiq Uottace Gallery, an estaiihshmnnt where compe tent artists are engaged, superior work done, and everything at the very lowest xu wora speaas lor itself, and Aha a .n ln 1 . I 1 . . . i i . fc".- - aiai. iui ui ii 10 nuow me oiner- ' eni Btyiea. ' Popular Sitoc Iloune, No shoe bouse in the city has risen more rapidly in the favor of the Memphis pub lic than that of J. M. Hill A Co., on the corner of Main and Union streets, which now enjoys a most enviable custom. This has been aooomplished by steady atten tion to business, careful management and an earnest effort to please. Tbe facilities of Messrs. Hill & Go, are unsurpassed, and satisfaction to customers is guaranteed. Go to Johnston A Vance For Boys' and Children'a Clothing. KoKoTolu. Gum-chewing is becoming popular. Both children and grown people indulge in it, KoKo is the popular brand. It ia made in Memphis, and is known to be good. No fault can. be found with it, and there is nothing else so nice to chew. "The great blanket sale at Goldsmith'! commences Monday morning. L. IMI EB, -IU l-a BEALE ftTSEET. We will place en. .ale Monday morn ing, Octbar i3.h,ior one day only, S bales 4- Brown Domestic at 5c, worth 8c l ease 4-4 Blenched Domestic, good aa Lonsdale, at 7c, worth 10c. 1 eae Aioana sinil fnn-.lf m,iam $ JesB Ooods, all shades, at Sljc, worth 1 ease Broca Jea, all shades, at 121c, worth 20c. 1 case 30-inch wide Cashmere, at 10c, worth 30c. 1 case Turkey-red Table Cloth, at 35c, worth 50c. lease Cotton Flannel at 6c, worth Sic. 1 case Cotton Flannel, better, at 7Je, worth 10c. Just received 5 caea White WOOL BLAXKEPS from a New York auc tion aale, which we will also place on sale at unheard-of prices. 100 pra White Blankets, 10 4, at $1 S worth $2 50. 100 pre White Blankets, 11-4, at $2 60, worth $1. 100 pre all-wool Blankets, 10 4, at S3 60, worth $5 25. 100 prs all-wool Blanlreta, 11-4, at $4 50, worth SO. 100 prs all-wool Blankets, 12-4, at $5 15, worth f7 50. A full line of shades of Germantown Yarn and Saxony; also full line of Zephyr, all shades, 3 ounces for 25c ADDITIONALLY .KEW8. vicari.A f,.ii... ,1 r. TV--... -i wtiuuci Ai. -u arrivals. L"eP.Tftd: Henrv Frank. Memnhia. 11 J svs.; City of Helena, St Louie, 11 a.m. fcVANBViixa, Octotier 11. Night River lallin&with 2 feet 3-10 inches on the cauge. Weatncr clear and warm ; thermometer 74. No arrivals or departures except local packets. Sr. LoutB, October II. Night River risen 23 in litat, and Btands 20 feet 4 inches by the tntu-e. Weather clear and w aimer. Arrived: City of Baton Rouire. New Or- lans. Departed: City of Providence, ?ickiiburg. . CARDS, PXAQUZ3, Souvenirs. EffAra ST, HortsUlly Bpr, . , Mortality report for the week ending Saturday, October 11, 1884, at 6 o'clock p.m.: Ham. Ata. Sex. Color. Cans DeaU. M lrayer.. J M Wood. jr. W MidI t K II Uawks.. 8 lrfasili mala male as ale male male male male male mala mats male white cirrhosis liv. whitel consumption whiwilnaailiua. wbitejoroup. white senile debit, white censestion. whiteoons. lunas. white anaimla. white exhaustion, white diarrhea, white diarrhea eh. white oerebesTaaiaa whiteeontestioa. white mal. fever, white dentition, wbitetdysentery. white'tjrp. fever, whiu oh. hepatitis, white oont siomeoh 25 2 mot o SI t 24 SI 6 Jim Crai(... r Bon nou Tbns kerne.. I. Koattier... "at J n'ev 0 L. Tebader 1 female female A Q McNeil.. Smoa Jt llurt... M Marrow. M Hioks.., CD Kail . K Ii ebb..... K Wllil-r l 1 48 20 6i i female female! female female female female female female Ch (levaenborg- Uljm hitel pram, birth. u rtoiisers J BiMine. F Avant J Ilerry..... II lianry A War. J Pointer....... J Nevlla ., J llenniags.... Ssm Curry Minnie Uart... hite typ. mal. lev mal. fever. 4 44 2 male male ool'sd ool'ed dentition. alMiradle ah. male Icol'ed . 1. I ool'eiilenteritia. Mays Hiai. male male col ed spasms. ool'el inter, fever, ool'ed diarra. ooredloor.c. f.Ter. - 5 & 40 male male male 10mo 3 1 Z 4 12 fema elool jtmal. fever, lemale oul d mal. lever, lema e.otil ediooaa. brain, remain col ed whoop, couao fsuiale CulVd typ. fever, female ool la inanition, foiuale ool'ed tastritie. femaJs:el'ed;tyi. mat. feV female cored old are. femaleiool'sd jaaadiea. (male ool'ed dentition, fuinale col'ed scarlet fever, female coredli-aralysis. .ssai. fever. M Sha K J Leavens II Williams.... C Patton...... P Smith L M Lens. .. . 8 Wood... A Teiai.le. ...... l.istie tlreea.M L UU'Metl. K Brown J DAhcrty LMdva 17 72 K) 22 1 1 A "Coroucr's Inquest. a. 6. -RAVtb. m.i:. tAtar- Distribntion of deaths by wards First! 6; second, 4; third, 2; fourth, 1; fifth. 4; sixth, X; seventh, 3; eighth, 5; ninth. 4: tenth, fl . City hospital, 6. Still born, l! IVhite, 21; colored, 22. Total, 43. Mor talitv report for" same week last years White, 11 ; colored, 19. Total, 30. Th great blanket aa!e at Goldamfth's commences Monday mnrnin-. Import. asd Dealer Is TTnnnnn el 111" -rA il AalWWI aallll UUL1U AlVr CIGARS, 332 Front St, . Bet Monroe and Union, Memphis. IWANAMAKER & BROWN, OAK HALL, Philadelphia. ' A full line of card samples ef Will be found avllk T. RANDOLPH & CO . SALES AGENTS, - Memphis, Tjpnn. POTLTETB I FOR LAICS OBT JL.Y A UH.nk.UV that Mr, 0. W. O'Neill, flood wa- ter. Ala., savs raised his wife from an lav . bed, and he believes enood her lift. valids .of..wh'c prominent Atlanta merchant said : "I would have si van VX as sooa as I would a nickls for what two bottles ef ' .rour medicine did fur ray dauahter." u u a i'? u wh' 8. S. Cessslls. M.D., drarcist, Thomasvitle, Oa , says: "I n recall inaUnoes in which it aornW flit tfter all the unalmnedir. had failed." A KKBtsvasY about which pr. H. B. Fermlr. Lapanre.Oa.. writes: "I bare used for teat laet twenty years the medicine yen are Daitiaa up and oonsider it the best eombinatiea ever-a-otteu toaetbsr for tbe disease for vtuh it is. recomtnended." ASHK:?li"?!.l,.0.0,tAW,'len Dr' Js4 Bsaaksm. AUanU. said: " 1 have examimeU mU rmripe, mIli bs ve no hesitation in sdviilnx its nee, and eea- ndent v r-m,n.-rf I, ' ' A atrCSiCUY which tks Kar. Vt. B. tj,. year Marietta, Oa., says b has nsed in his family with the 'Sitmost sstisfaction'1 and recommeaded i V thrv; families "whsfoaaA Al ,? in,wwh?t "J -.scommended." AT.a lfcn,r 'ion Pemberwn, Iverson enason say: ''w, b, 'nint t ( ?h?I,T.!!?' ?"' laereasina sales. lute"" ' ' P U With '", Qt uUm A HKjtjLhr of which Lamar, Rankin A W . iar say : " Ws sold afty arose ia tour months. and never sold it ia any pleas bat what it was wnuveu aa-aia. - A MMb by which Dr. Bsush, ofLarraars. Ua., says : "I cured one of the meet ob. tin ate eases of VlCaaiiiua MsNsTauariu that ever came within my knowleds-e. with a few bottles." A All.Jl.Itr of which ir. J. C. llues. Notesul ca, Ala., says: "1-a e fully ecivinced that it is nnnvaWd for that olass of dtssasas which it claims to cure." A KOtDI about which Ma). John C. Whit. ner, of Atlanta, well and favorably known ai) over ths tailed blates as a ran era! lnsaraaeis asent, says: "I aaed this remedy before t war, on a law planuitioa oaacreat number eeT CMaea. nfirnu, mri abenlut eueene." A Kr.saKOY about which Mr. . W. Straara. of Cartersville, Ua., certifies that one botUa eared teo members of bis lamlly of meastraat trresularity of many years staadias. .THIS OB BAT BKMBDY IS Bradfield's Female Regulator. Bead for oar TrasMss en "Health aad Baipl. sas of Woman." Mailed free. Be. llanpriKto HsortAToa Oi Atlanta.Qa. DUGRO'S Hi Ita prlnelije 1nsrertlrait.fnv HTmt. la selenttaaelle- foniinl.tad wiUi nwdioal mnnliea. Irtvllii ".. OA-rHOlj atiiuulatliur nFnica; U, vuWtlL Ak Vital for with.iui taluniina: Um dlaCtivVSrvmie: 1 n Xri-aniu. V axkow and MalajuaT f-JiiLji iZTi. taiitmiuAAaoii ftia-Ulj rcniMABMaianl by SijTLi-?r. eiOAana ot Paria a. a toil -.. lot Uival.oetiUaBd WaL )era..alao forluiui dtMaana. K. VmJZmJL- 7 T The Uutual Lite Insurance Co. of New York. eatiAiiitaiMi, Asaeta Jan. 1,18& 101,l48,i49 U A purely mut All M.II, HmtAmJL among tae assured. JOHN r. WILKKRSON. Inst, al Ai .i ilT,- .,7 A. ERSKINK, Medical Ex'r, 2U Union st. wns'lWTJT RUFrUICD AbaelntalT mm ta . SS faya. bv tarK-s rawat . ma-aoko aieena . 'enAO laaaal. kiiMr-. . .T, a ewrtAtotAiely wits emm and awaifcirt nieleaefl day. Cm 0a. mw.ua U. J V.T ea baadnab ut Mba'ra. M.e Bir.S t - ""a A-baafraa. molalaliie full laSmuatlea, MA&NCTic Elastic TaosI comrniT ' t SAU, Ji. SUSUI DICTYE & YAC!!!' MsnnfstareveA Carriages, Sprlr-.'Vt:j, AT, TTTCri. rtsi. Horas-ehoeinf sad r -IHe; It s'l V All IA1 a. . . " Jobs JKpl'xhe I"res72t dyuf Merchant Tailoring ft and Clothing House aVv v ia America. T TrvlTm a we wav a aw -a mmm. I I iK. ti rr: I r "X