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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAI-TH:TJIISI)A.Y, OCTOBER 30. 1884.
I. r t Is r l Will I Xcw lot of clcsant desisns in Iloyal Wiltons, Mo qucttes and Brussels, at extraordinary low prices. At G5c, Tapestry Brussels, superior patterns, usual price, SOc. At $1 25, Westminster Velvets, choice designs, good value, for 1 65. At 85c, special lot of Threo-ply Carpets, in handsome rolorings. At 20c, Cottage and Cotton Chain fngrain Carpets. At 05c, Nottingham Lace Curtains, 3 yards long. At 1 50. Curtain Poles, 5 Hooks complete, in Ebony, ttrussels Lac Curtains, imported Portiers, Silk Tur TirnmtPl mid Madras Curtains. Smyrna and 1 If WI ll - Turkish Bugs. Special discount to hotels, steamboats and other large consumers. Murray & 'ailors and Importers, 38 Madison, JLi .rti. laiBMiira f tklr aartnlMl sr fall aa Wl.Ur, eonprlalnsr all tha X mert l)Ml la tt.otleuien'a Wear, a'rlreo aa TMimn a taioae of ay Flrat-elau Tailors la the United Stalea. a8aaplea application to tlioae wao have IrXt tuasuraroa. a- Boaaeanoer, it la ecoaoaax to cot the beat. HEW GOODS. Xit jUonieiaiia Molasses. (ioMrn Syrap, JJaple Syrup, 1123113 and Self-Rllng wheat. Back- jr. T. BUCKHAM fc CO. J)HS. A. WESSON & SOX, DENTISTS, r Jl f Main Street. bank: schumabt " .In porter, WholsL and Retail Dealer la GTjSTS, RIFLES. Pl&TOLS, Ai! kiadi of Ammunition, V!n rocket CutlrT. K-iours, Flailing laekle, Seine, Net., etc. bi-o-i- i Jr soloot.'i fin. ilrumnerleas and Hammer (inn., lia aulas.., Ucntpkla, Venn Mn otspt 'rirg anil repairing don. in nrst-e.as ninii orr. l'r)V-lil on applirnli"n. Tolophona an, )M. SHEA & MCCARTHY, rropr 140,142, 144 Front st., Memphis r .TDKftW THKMROKSTBOILKR SHOPS IN ) the Rontn, and th. only oomplet Boileraod ltk - .. U ,.rhm In tl .It, Matl O flt nWrt ml tMiivy plate tioa-.rk of eery rniMlou. fcoecial attention giraa toptanu- A. J. VIENNA & CO. JMPCRTKKS AND DKALER3 IK (inns, liiflcs. Ammunition AND FISHUTQ TACKLE. 317 Slain Street, Mompbls. t PUB largest and best assortment in the city. Oi tost, J. 1 0. N. Qaogvixo OVERTON & GROSVEKOR, ileal Estate Dealers AGENTS AND BROKEBS, OFriCE, 234 SECOND STM X. K. Car. Baaonel ana Castrt, - A EM PHIS, - TENNESSEE. r FA1.K9TATB SOUftHT AND 80LB, TAXES ' WH, R.ntjt Oolleoted. etc., on ComTnissi.n, eT. O. SCHMIDT tfc SON. : (SaeeMsor to J. Q. Schmidt). M m? MAIRSTRKKT WhnlrMe and retail w .a.Mirgin jum, tmiunultlon, FImIs lak Ta.lklo, Kleotrio lialla a"d Annunclat.ra Jur Hotels and Kesid.ncM. Burglar and Flre nwit Hates opened and repaired. Klactrle snp p:tn alys on hand. Repairing dona and war f,r..l NUnd o. fKtilo.n. and p.T-llpt UMIDESCES, FARMS A STOREHOUSES FOR BEHT OR BALE. JAM offering, on liberal terms, most desirable prp-rty in West Ten n ease. . At Wltho Sta tK,n,S' miles from Memphis, on L. and N. R.H., oi. larr' reaidanoe with rooms: one storehouse, s'veril town lots aed parcels of land. At Atoka (Motion, on the C, O. aad 8. W. R.R., 25 miles fnm .Memphis, storehouses, eottaires aad dwell er. all in trat-olaM repair, with all necessary a ov.ni.ncs. Also, a n.w livery stab'e and drat u.r t or persons wishing to secure amall farms lor the eeltiration of cotton, grain, lrutte. veg et.ble., u., for the Memphis or Northern rear. eu, 1 am olUrinc special inducements in little farms, rarring froaa 11'. 4 o and Ho acre tracts. Al-o. larirer tracts, containing ! 2, Sl. H0 at id A acre all of which, with good improve ments and in high state of ruUivation.conven-M-r.t mt shipment from Atoki-, aad Is .ituated in i,ea!iby entry, where thets are good schools , id csurcku. Addren , . , J. K. nr.TTTJ. o. Tnn. LOST. 1 .1 0d.K-A bay horse, 14H hands high ; marks J L on left saeaider aad a iumi cut at top f 4b. leit hind kof, and a very long tat a reward f 116 fut hisreturn ic wUI foixd. "1 (i f Of J'APKRS l oolalnin. 11,1 ol int. writ, r. t th. Mvtnpliia kii.1 Kan.M 1 ily lniv,., aoeoaels tor engineer.' 9or ices, etc., w - ivand on tbe etreot Mvernl days ago and left tlW ".Ai-e. Tbe nn cue r.t th.,r. RESOVAU 1 Y MARBLE YARD f No. 34 Waittiagt, n j J. threat, ihi Mam. I will sell Marhl. to soil th. i.ric. wf pnrcbasera. Call and see ma beiore turibatingi tt aiil pay you, TlVoS. MAYDWFLT,. MKAVtl) OK STOLEN. TXiHA.N PONIES-From CulUn's pasture, on J old lUlaish road. Monday aifht, hopl. 2suht 1,-ur Inditua p.ntMr two bsys, and t&o others can not d. serine, bat would know tbeia apod ,.irht, inr which I offer (la reward for their return L; tebillinr'l Ptoekyard. H W, CLARK K. KTRITKD. BRIN1L1 X)W-White holly, harax tipped off. back, white under h rew.M d. Bel.ro to South str rpwo COWS a tlna small rad eew vUb test cut off. Cne lortieeaa cow, blind in oneev. Liocr.il reward. Jteiarala. 221 M ADT9ttr fi'tMV'.ET hi 6aady-red, white pots, swallow-fork rhl ear; three yens v J I left Mr, aniler-eutia rig) J&, Btrarad beutaaibar bth. IS reward 37 BASS AVKNt K. iileMerirG PETS feet long, with Kings and Cherry, Ash and Walnut. ' - Hidgely 9 t(k t Imported Olotlia PERSOXAL. " f RK. Pnil.LTPS hfii removed from 55 Madi- ATX ion (troet to Z4tt becond .treat. CUSTKRN8 BS ILT Repaired and warranted ; rn'liw. Tel'pnnne 8H8. T. CFBBINS. fiUOHS AMI BOARD. R00M-With0Otb"d- PARK HOTEL. "I300M Elegant front and back room en luite, X or ninglef at Tl Madigon itreet. 1 AND 18 Market rtreet-Board. W 60; ainicle JL'J ronmi, i po- week ; tran8ient, tl ter day DESIRABLE Kocrot and Board At 72 Madlton ttreet. ROOMs With or without boird At &3 Poplar atreet. BOA RDINft Firnt-elan botrdjor by the day or week, at 85 Monroe B treat. TOOOMS AND BOARD Br week or month, at 1' Hi Second street. Also, day board. VAO rurntfh.J Booms, with board. A 1 1 1 1 l o.rt street. ROOM Desirable furnished room, with board; two gentlemen preferred, at 123 Court st. FRONT ROOMS At 462 Shelby street. O a tew boarders taken. Also, ROOM A larire, pleasant front room, with boitrd. at uodorate price. Also a few day boo rdere. 11 I'UU HX 81. Rov OOM-Elcgant furnished front rooms with vithout b rd. Larva yard. ltfCourtst- 'hrce pleasaut furniihed rooms with J. or without boaid. ud. lit wini di. T 00 M TTn?umheT roooi, with or without l v HrtltTrt. at 719 Court lfwt. SOU SALE. "I" ANI imiOaaroi excellent land, 7 miles south J wt ol Mi .on Depot, on L. and N. U.K.; lurxe romfrtaMo country hooso of 7 or 8 rooms, about a) tcuanl hounes and giiihouKa in running order; about lQuv acres in cultivation: nevcr f.iling water sopplr; plae could be made one of the bvt stock Im-uis in Wort lann. t at tha low price H .r0 iar acre; ( cali, baiane in 1 and '2 Tear. Apply to MJNlEH PAuaKU, at A. J. I A Rl'lN, 2i) Main .trcet. LK One fine young inula; very fast and gentle; guaranteed sound. Apply to v. u & Ji .l n Pi, 003m law ai.wwip. I AND A BARUAIN lf0 arci rich land, J with exe.llont vellin.-houiw. rood water, floe ori'hurd. a'.u barn, tenant house and other Cvu-i dnw li under good lnce, vn M. and T. ti. H imilnK .nutli ot Momi'hi.. Price fi2ix): 'L ri,'i, blani-ei! and 12 mortbs. Apply to Minter Pirr.r or A. J. Murun, aw Main street. TI lVV mW-On. half bread Jersey cow fj w.t'i 'i-b.ifr.r calf, tliroo veil old; No. 1 i k r; also, one J.r.ey Bull Cnlt (lacking one silly oui'lii Kl lull blood ) Ann'v at .119 MAIN 8TRKKT. fpll;i OAVID PARK U0MESTEAD On South J. Jakfon street, on corner of Davie and Pos- t,i handsome arounds laoout .vwacresi sult . zjh Imnroveraentj. Terms guh. Apply to M p't-r t'crktt r ,. J M:irtm, Minn sireet O LA.UOK MDLE3 and slOfES Apply to ilattai' naghD, Jecerfon sirret.w I'J3. UK) rt ju i . paw ri.teiKa rpnq. it rn- W. R. CUiSXISGilAVI-ii cow br XX fiviLn C:if"rnii to soil her home on JackiOD to sou ber Home on JsckLoD a and I'oston aveuues; nica s r -t. near UayW ri taenia and rronui W. A. WHEATLEY.feiyoln st. an. ei XT KW AND 6ECOSD-HAND MACHINERY j .verydecrlption. at one-haif the pioe of wv. Jjnrt'a fi'A) 5 ton Wagon Scales and Die mond Corn Mi'ls, at J. 0" 0.1TES k 00 '8, 310 Front tt. PONY A very superior by iiony sound aud kind. SHrlKIlAN'f S rterftictlv f STAHLK. TBRSKY BULL CALF-flolddus Roy, by No. fl i:t.77rt. Jropped Oct. 1, 1SS;!, solid eolr; ready for immediate service, of tho Alpbeaftrain. Jer sey Uall Calf Amis Boy, No. 13,771. dropped April 21. ISM, solid e-dnr, black points, of the Coont.K(lo I'-rain. JOSEPH GOODMAN, Hernando. Miss. IIANOS-LOWFORCASK-Good second band TicixWAr Piano; second-Land Ktlll Pi o ( o,t new (.SIKH; one new Weniu P;ijo. Thee Pianos must be s-dJ. tood chnce for a bar-Bin. K. WIT.M ANN i CO. PIANO One new Upright Emerson Piano, S ftrion Unison Cabinet Grand; will sell at a sacrifice. Call at corner Sixth and Jackson streets, Fort Pick-ring. Hawkins's drug gtore- GO0D FAMILY MARK " Apply at 110 Market street. a ENSESSKK STATE CBRTIFICATIis-Re-. ceivaole lor any and all due to the S'ate- OVERTON A GROSVKNOR. DDAY AlLLE-ANo. 1. Anply toC. T. Redcr. Zenl't mill. HUVilB LVW .ll'l DIV. II 1 1 II HUI.UCIA BUUtci now being builton Fifth St., bet. Kerr and T ill.. K. i. .1 .li.. and elefnntly finifhed house, Keel, Cbel.'ca; 8 rooms, outhous.a complete, ex- collect welt and oistern I t 52 by lWiSfcet.cn Street car line. Anply to MINTER PA l.lTto MIMtK IMKKEltor A. J , MARTLX, 2SU Main street, cor. Madison. ULK One black dray mule, 16 hands high, 10 iVl varold: gentle. Inquire at City Pound, Second .treat, near Adams OLD PAl-ERd-CUEAP- AT THI8 OFFICE. 'TjXUINK A saoond-haod No. 3 Ames Enrine, new, and vary AU U-hor e nowcr: rood cbenp. VORTKK k MACRAE, :M)Frontst. IJlslKK.NCK lm Carroll avenue Good n.izh- Athorhood. Easy terms J. P. Alban, ftHl Main. PLACING MILL tfb, Door and Blind Machinery , with En gine and Roiler. in good order. I.. J. utHHtu, vyenoTia, in. Ri.li.l-.R A rood second hand Boiler tor sale .b.n, ppl t ,ht ftfne.. WASTS. uriOJ. By a yoang man 21 years ol are: good t enman ; can furnish the best of refer- enccs. Address , Appeal orace. CITU ATION-Aa clerk in retail rroeary. or KJ niwht watchman. Addres. P. M.. Appeal. (4 WO C0OK- At 117 Adams street. 11 ol.'PK KEKPER At No. 58 Jefferson street! L good wages, and no question, aaked I POSITION By a young man who had 4 years esierience in banking buainass as teller, ex- ferience a book-koeter and 10 years experience ii general buainas, a position in some bank or oo tou h u,c; can give any ret'erence and control somaahipmeataef cotton. Address . X. Appeal office. rt(( DAY AND STATION MEN On Mis OUVv aiippi Levoas n Tunica and Coa homa counties. liaaj by T. f. Dnffin It Brn, Apply at offioe of Taylor A Poeell, .'M Front street. liaajbyJohn M'Ginty A Co. Apply to George Arrpl? k Co., 272 Front, or on work. WOU be Arnold a Co. Apply to Geo. Arnold A Co i., , . rrc front street, or cn work. ACKST9 AddrefS St. Lonis Electrio Lamp Co., ht. Louis. Mo., for Circulars, Cuts and term. cI Ml candl. power M,r.h Elei trical Lamp. "I "A 0 iT 1 K ACU K K Oi eHrienee to teach an 1 J English court and mutia in private family (country) : .oodwates. J L Uuwell, Uowell.Ark. AUii-NTs It will pay any intelligent manor woman wanting profitable employment to write tor my illustrated circulars and terms of asenny for the celebrated M1..01KI 8TKA.M w AMlKK, which, by reason of its great intriusie merit, i. nieetm with such phenomenal suocess a aucn puenomenai suocess. fiaventeenth and Franklin Addtcw n uniii, avauae. S't. Louis, M J AiM AND GBNTLKMttN Incity or coun try, to take licbt work at their own homes: $H to vl . Uy ejv.ily made; woiksei.tby mail; uo oanvasMiiig. Wa have good demand tor our work aud luroiafe steady empli.ymcnt. Address, wiLh slaa.p, CRUNVN M'F'G CO., 2f0 Race street, Cincinnati, 0. OLD GOLD H ATCH-CAM--S Ohi.iu. Jewelry, ct n . , t:rcah J N. MLLFOR D. 2i-4 M ni n . if jingle riootis, luminhed, wi h or without J lioa:J: private family preferred. Address B04 R l. thi. offioe, slsting location and price. GL iLbM KN and Ladies to learn 1'iaue, Gui Mr and banjo, dty or night. ' MR. AN D MKsi. J T. BLV 72 Uadiron ct. B OARUKRS At W Madl.'on street. lOOOlnfS Rags, Iron. Bones. Feathers and Metals. Send for price list. New and tMoni-hand n oods for sale. Address b. GABAv, Aget al Commisaioa Merchant. 40K w mo puub, itffai. AMCSEHENTS. JlTBRirS THEATER. aa jnot.M Baoots Leuee and Hanwer CemnenrlBf Menus j, Cctober 97th. Five Ki-htu and Saturday .Matinee, at 1 p.m. PictureKqae isramatic Dpectacie. THE PAVEMENTS OF PARIS! Pr iduccd by the lrnet and best eomnanyof (Jbaracter Actors in anierica. nnaer Lav per tonal management of JOUN RICKABY. Hew and novel scenic effect and magnificent eoetummg. Not. S-4 BARLOW WILSON'S MINSTRELS. Nov. 5 to ft-ORAU'S OPKRA COOMPANY. JflOZJJBT CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC! Under the Auspicet of the Mozart Society of Memphis. MORSE 8. DOWNS. FBIXCIPAL. THIRD HCMtrOL TEAK BEGINS OCTOBER 1st, 181. TOCAI. DEPARTHEST, In eharre MORSB 8. DOWNS, Elementary Instruction in Claea: Ladien Ele mentary carina uciooer oiav, h . p.m. : tie men's Klementary berini Ootober ZSth, at 8 p.m. Voice Culture. English and Italian binginc INSTBVMEBITAa. t EPA HTM EST. In charge ANTON STRKLEZKI. Pianoforte and Orchestral Instruction, Harmony, Inorougn tsu ana counterpoint. ItVRrtV THItSDAY. at S o'clock, an aprel midi muaioale will be given by the teachers and students of tbe Conservatory. Adoalealoa, SS Oeata. tarPunlls of the Conservatorr will have the advantage of free admission to all entertainments given under its auspices. Apply at Mosart Ball. Monroe and Second rts.. between tbe hours or and li and i ana o, daily to R. WAYNE WILSON. Snp't. 011 SALE OR RENT. PIANO In Int-elass oondltion At 210 ITnlon street. FOB BENT. "COTTAGE 4 rooms, 131 Pont',toe( near ller- Vy nandu. Apply at zi Detoto. B BURNISHED Rooms to gentleman; rooms (fur- piihedJfor Jijht hoosckaepiDg.ji Monroe t, rpwo very nice Unfornishad Rooms, without -l- poard, at am vance street. QUITE OF R0MS-Sultable for light house- E.eping, at aut i nira street. RESIDENCE 313 Vance street, containing 7 rooms, pantry and oloteu, with all modern improvements, newly painted and papered and In iMirfeot ren.lr: two servants' rooms. Anal and cowhouse In yard. For information inquire of v . II. tsr.Kni.oi cerry, Jaog w, C OR 4 rooms in brick house St. car line, sulta- Zi ble for houtekeepjng or sen ts A, carrier ROOM I have a nicely ftunished front room, first floor, at 270 Second street, opposite the Park, wh ch I w'sh to rent for 12C per month, in cluding fire andlirbu.to gontlement will furnish breakfast 'i-srjEbOAR BYRD. BIDS For the rant of the NEW CLAR8ND0N HOTEL, furnished as it now stands, will be reoeived by me till Thursday, Oot. 30th, at 12 o'elock m. This hotel hag a fine patronage, and 1. .ivj itftvin. rjrnnertv. xS. B. McHENRY, 2S 1 Receiver, ieeond street. "VjOOMft Two comfortable. sely XV rooms, single or en suite teferenoeg re- quired T30OMS Unfurnished, without board, at 4S5 XV ' Sh.lby street, corner Linden. NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS-At 326 Second .treet. opposite Brackets hl Apol at "VT1CELY furnished front room, seuthera ex- iN posnre; also o'her rooms, at 56 Monroe st. T7UJRNISIIED ROOMS At 37 Mulberry street. THE WEATHER. IHD1CATIOST8. For Tentste and the Ohio Valley, cUarvng, fair weather, except preceded in the $outhern portion ly local rqin$ and partly cloudy weather i tariahlt vind$f generally northerly; low temperature. SIGHAI. SERVICK BKPOKfS OPTT02I BUT-MEaPUIs UUtXBlli. Dally Cotton Resrlom Bepeiis from Rail. rasaaa wauw.a. Dtarator Cixtcb, MaurHir, October 29. 1884. Observation taken at 5 p.m.. Central Time. THiRUOmTga. TATIOIS. Maximum- Mtaimam. Memphis. Nashville 0 58 n 75 ft U 64 67 63 00 64 49.S 62 49 54 M 1.1A 1.39 1.4S 2 00 0 60 0.69 ijJi 1.65 0. 0.30 0.50 IM 1M 0.65 0.10 1.74 0.90 Grand Junot'n CoriuUi.... Tusoumbia., Decatur... Soottsboro.H Batasville... Hernando 64 55 I 42 47 47 49 51 64 Grenada Withe Brownsville ... M il:in Paris Covington... Dyarsburg Bolivar. Holly Springs. Oxford Bum total 1214.0 63.9 ML6 50.3 la Ot) 0.947 Average. Cattaa-Belt Balletlai. Mtnraia, Ootober 2, 1884, 6 p.n ..Central time. AVKXAOB. BlBTBUVrs. Mx. Tcm.jMin. Tem. Rainfall. Wilmington- 79 "': - Charleston. 79 59 6.31 Augusta.. 80 60 Savannah 8 63 0.01 Atlanta 76 59 Montgomery... HO 63 0.13 Mobile 77 f9 0.44 New O.lpans... 70 59 0.11 Galveston I'S 46 ' 0.15 Yickaburg 70 57 0.56 Little Kock f7 Jft 8 11 Memphis. 64 60 OVa Sums fc il 3.47 Averages H, S6.T I 0-W Inappreiable. Mgwrnig. Ty., October 29, 1884. Time. Bar. Tber. Wind. Weather. 6 08 a.m.- 311.049 49.5 N.E. Light rain. in;Afi..m.. r.1'5 65.5 N.W. Cloudy. ;M.nt.. L&i N W, Cloudy. 6.0 p.m.. 80 116 a7.S N.W. LiowX'. 10:S: )-lU Ca,m' loSd"'; Mean atl.uog , J .'""1': 60.0. . 495. Minimum temperature. Rainfall, 1.0' PERSONALS. Voi.kkv W. Mason, Providence, K. I., visited the Merchants' Exchange y ester, day. Clapp & Tatlor will receive orders un til the 2d of November for the new code ol the State of Tennessee. Price, deliv ered, $7 75. W. S. Williamson, Mason ; E. M. Myd yett, Bella ; Jainea . Wilson, Russellville ; Volney W. Mason, Providence, R. I., vis ited the Cotton Exchange yesterday. Cou Wm. C. Falknes, of Ripley, Miss., is in the city. His opinion as to the cer tainty of Judge Morgan's e'ection over Chalmers confirms all tbe information re ceived from the Second District. Col. Faikner says the people of Mississippi have not forgotten what Republican iu e brought them ; that they remember the squandered millions and bankrupt treas ury that they inherited after the flight of Ames; that the same crew is on board of the Chalmers ship, and that ignorant negroes are the pilots. Thb &nt- Wetkly Kentuckian, published at Hopkinsville, Christian county, says: "Dr. W. M. Fuqua, late president of the Medical- Society and a very successful practitioner of this city and. county for many years past, has accepted the pro fessorship of anatsmy in the Memphis Hospital Medical College, and has entered on the discharge of his duties for the session which began the 1st instant Dr. Fuqua is a gentleman of extraordinary culture and large and varied experience in his profession, both as a physician and surgeon. A diligent student of his pro. fession and thoroughly read in its latest discoveries and improvements, he is eminently fitted for the chair to which he has been called, with the highest in dorsements. His mental endowments and abundant experience, coupled with his polished manner and genial nature, will render him a favorite with young gentlemen who are studying the healing art, and a pillar of strength to the uni versity. The prospects of the college, we are glad to know, are very flittering." LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. Pavement 0 Pari again to-night. The roller skating rink is doing a good business. The Democracy of tbe First District had a rally at Stewartville last night. In the Criminal Court yesterday II. Dow was found guilty of cruelty to ani mals. Tho case of Berton vs. Zellner is on trial in the Circuit Court. Jurors not en gaged in that suit are excused until li o'clock to-day. The success of the Democratic ticket in this connty and Congressional district, provided tbe Democrats vote and work as they now talk, is assured. The ycung ladies of tbe Court Street Presbyterian church are rr quested to at tend the society which meets at 9 o'clock litis morning at the church. Mr. Chas. Grosvenor purchased the assets of the Kennesaw Manufacturing Company at araignee's sale vesterdav for $4."U3. The liabilities of the company were $30,000. Barlow &. Wilson's minstrels and Gra-i'sEnglish Opera Company will be the attractions at Leubrie's next week. The election returns will be read from the stage Tuesday night. la th Tijnth Word last night a larje and enthusiastic meeting of Independent colored Republicans was addressed by Wesley Thomas and R. T. Brown, who poured hot shot into Vernon and Smith and the Federal ring. Vernon was present nd did not deny the charges made. The MiaainiDoi friends of Judge J. B. Morgan, candidate for Congress, seem dis posed to back their judgment with their money. Une ot tnem autnoruea me ap peal to state that he will bet a few hun dred dollars on Morgan's election. His name will be given by applying at the ArrKAL office. The assertion having been made that the presidents of the Cotton and Mer chants' Exchanges have no right to call the meeting set for to-day, it is in order to state that a call signed by ten members requires the president of either exchange to call a meeting, according to the rules governing those bodies. Meowa. J, 8. Perry, A. J. Peebles, T. Beasley. A. J. Ivy, J. C. Grant, J. L. Granberv, Wiley Jones, jr., and J. K. Crawford were appointed supervisors of election for Fayette county yesterday in 1ace of Messrs. W . J. Smith, li. K. Mason, . 8. Griffin, A. Weber, J. O. Thompson, F. Dudney. G. F. Steger, B. M. Stephen son and J. A. Sonera, who declined to serve. The following, signed by Mrs. George Turner, 715 Milliard street, Kalamazoo, Mich., is published by request: "A young boy of Kalamazoo, Mich , named George Maurice Turner, left his home August 3d. All efforts to find him have proved una vailing. Should anyone reading this know anything of his whereabouts please en treat him to . return home or write his mother where he is. He is fourteen years old, has brown eyes and dark hair, is left handed and slow or hesitating in speech. Wore upon leaving a dark-mixed suit. Police nroceedinirs vesterdav: John Murray, failing to obey subpena, fined $1; Winter Parker, violating sidewalk ordi nance, discharged ; Jane Joyner, receiving stolen money, bound over to Criminal Court; Maria Smith, violating sidewalk ordinance, continued to November 15th ; Morris and Levi Kosenbanm and Mark Cohen, assault and battery, continued; A. Andrews, vaarancy, discnargea; win Tucker, misdemeanor, fined $5; Ella Uavis, assault wim a xnite, nnea o ; tvaie Davenportv aafutult with a brick, fined $5 bailie Lwis. receiving stolen money, dis charged. AMUSEMENTS. ' Pavemeata sjf Parle." This excellent play was attain presented at Leubrie's Theater last night to a good house. It ran smoothly from beginning to end. The applause was intelligent and frequently bestowed. At tbe matinee bat- nrday, which will close the engagement, the curtain will rise at 1 o'clock. A BIG DAY is Glaaa unI Chlaaware AT MEXKEX'S. The immense business that we have done in Glass and Chin aware shows the public appreciation of the benefit we have done the people of Memphis by introducing this new department. We sell at fully 25 per cent, less than such goods were sold for heretofore, and we have at the same time raised the standard of styles and qualities. Bpad Tlietie Prices. Colored glass preserve dishes, 13c each. Diamond cut water seta (5 pieces) $3 25 a set. Colored glass berry dishes, 75c each. 1000 table goblets, 4c each. 5000 fluted and plain tumblers, 3c each. Capped pepper and salt bottles, 15c ea. Decorated china dessert plate, 98c a set China tea sets (54 pieces), $3 C7 a set Eccorated dinner sets (120 pieces), f 12 6t a set Keep on Reading. Rogers's A l teaspoons, $1 08 a set Rogers's A I tablespoons, $3 98 a set Newport teaspoons; $3 12 a set English dinner sets (ISO pieces) $17 50. 1000 lamps, complete, 24c each. 000 table lamps, complete, sac eacn. 500 elegant reading lamps, tXIc each. Decorated enma jugs, ljceacu. Japan cups and saucers, 15c each. Hand-decorated vases (worth 50c), 12c each. . Bead Further. 500 parlor cuspidores, decorated, 65c. 250 wedgewood cuspidores, 5Hc. 1000 decorated china saucers, 17c. Besides the most extensive and best selected variety of quadruple-plated tables' are, bronre clocks, ebony pedes tals, rare piecetfof Ijresden opd oth?r royal pottery, statuary and ornamental bronze, brass and bisque goods, all at popular prices Within tbe Reach r All. To divide tho crushing crowd in the cbinayare department, we will place a bargain pn t.e Jres Goods Counter, such as was never seen before. Beau tiful all-wool Ladies' Cloth, don ble -width, choice new colors, at 43c a yard; value 70c And in the middle aisle we will place 1000 dox 8-button length French Kid Morciuitaire Gloves, beautiful new shades in black, strwet colors and tinted hades for evening wear, all - At f !t7 Pa', worth 8. MJCXKUVS. LOCAL NOTICES. Bcr your Shirts at May's. But try pure sure Hope Soap. Grvs vonr children Smith's Worm Oil. Labgb stock, newest styles gas fixtures and globes Browne's, 254 Second street Tbe latest novelty in ladies' slippers is the Parisian opera just arrived at VOKSELI CO.'S., 271 Main st. Tnx Herbal Chill Cure, the best tonic and anti-neriodie known. A certain and sure cure for chills. Price (1 per bottle. Send stamp for circulars. Any reference given. Address John C. Roxkor. Lynehberg, Va. Dcbkek's Cold Meat Sadce and Si lad Dressing, ready-made, nutritious, eco nomical, delicious. Nothing equal to it was ever offered, and it is invariably popu lar both at home and abroad. Do not forget to add to your lemonade or soda ten drops of Angostura Bitters. It imparts a delicious flavor and prevents all summer diseases. Be sure to get the gen nine Angostura, manufactured by Dr. J. G. B. Siegert & Sons. I hivb been afflicted with an affection ot the throat from childhood, caused by diphtheria, and have used various reme dies, but have never found anything equal to Brown's Bronchial Troches. Jfc t. G. J. F. Hampton, Piketon, Ky. Sold only in boxes. Sulla Made to Order By Johnston A Vance, 305 and 307 Main. DandrnlT IS REMOVED BY THE VSE OP COTOAINB, And it stimulates and promotes the growth of the hair. Burnett's Flavoring Extracts are the beet Shlrta Made to Order By Johnston & Vance, 305 and 307 Main. J. Walsh, Undertaker, 330 J Second street near Union. from arrsseari Rejtubtiran, Avp. 18, Jftfti. Tas drop la the price of quinine may hay been caused by the large shipment of Oolllna Ague Cure into the malarial and chllla and fever districts throughout the South and West, where formerly It waa supposed nothing but quinine would cure. Judging from the large shipment daily of thia remedy front th laboratory of the Collin Bra. Drug Co., See on it and Vlue a treu, It looks as If Collins' Are Cur waa taking i place of alt other remedies for cauls. Full Une Keckwear, Latest novelties, at Johnston & Vance's. Leber Broa., Fresco Artists. All styles, 370 Main street See our ad. L,aee Curtains A specialty at Memphis Steam Laundry, 224 Second street Jnst Beeelved, A full line of Fall Overcoats. JOHNSTON A VANCE. 305 aud 307 Main. Ad vie Mother. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup should always be used when children are cutting teeth. It relieves the little sufferer at once ; it produces natural, quiet sleep by relieving the child from pain, and the lit tle cherub awakes as "bright as a button." It is very pleasant to taste. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, re lieves wind, regulates the bowels, and is the best known remedy for diarrhea, wnethar arising from teething or other causes. Twenty-five cents a bottle. POLITICAL. Ronslng Speeches aa the Israet of Ike Day at the Courthouse Last HI", . Made by Candidates for tha Legislature and by Messrs. Winters and Smith. At the Countv Court-room last night telling addresses were delivered to a large and enthusiastic audience Dy two 01 we candidates for the Legislature, and by Justice P. M. Winters and Mr. Denny Smith. Mr. t. . tedoadee). Mr. Montedonico said, if elected to the next Legislature, he would endeavor to firotect this Taxing-District, for which good egislation is needed. "We know that peo ple are continually narrassea wiui cac taxes. There should be a statute ot lim itation. Ii a suit is not brought in six years it should be forever settled. Re ceipts may be lost and you may be obliged to pay a second or third time. The Democratic party is committed to reform. We have been left footloose to discuss questions not in the platform. The prospects are bright for our election, but we must worx lor it. une 01 me ami duties of an American citizen is to deposit his vote. I do not think there is a man on our ticket against whom any just oh jection could be found, and I urge upon you to give it your earnest support, x want to break down the color line. Mr. Froman was nominated in good faith, and the color line can be forever broken if we show good faith. Under our present sys tem an administrator has three and a half years to wind np an estate. This time annnlrl ha nhnrtened because temDtation RlMvnld be tmt in no man's way. -71 shall try and do my best in regard to. Wis. 11 you send us to the Legislature we will do our best. If yon give us your support we will be victorious on the 4th of November." Mr. K. K. Patterson aail "Wa have met here to-day to take our political bearings. On the 4th of No vember next we shall be called upon to exercise our great political franchise. We live in a government that is peculiar. No nation of ancient or modern times has ever existed approximating ours. vVe liva in a land bought by our revolutionary sires by toil and blood, when they took thn crawn from kina-lv heads and placed it upon the brow of freemen. I am glad the shackles have been struck from the minds of freemen. To preserve our free dam it is necessary for the citiaena of this country to understand it. In all these political discussions there is a principle which underlies tnem ail. Ane repub lican party is not the party ot the people. We claim lor Democracy tnat it best rep resents all the people : that it is the party 01 me neooie. and reserves 10 tnem me ereat ritrhta uranted to them by the imme morial usages 01 ireemen, ttepuDiicans will declare they are not in favor of a limited monarchy, bnt I contend that they tend in that direction. Jefferson is he to whom the Democrats look in their Brest political contests, representing as he did eanal ricrhts and equal laws to all man. ina war naa passea aou us lauurmg .. , r jiL.1.1 s man is not richer than he was ten years am. Vanderbilt and would nave duiii up colossal fortunes, but how is it with the rank and filer History teacnes tnat all governments were richer at their down fall than in the bight of their glory riches concentrated in the hands of a few. Tbe Republican party professes to be the friend 6f the workingman.' It has tickled the laboring man of the country with the straw of protection, while it has robbed him of bis lues blood, it was franco which had her revolution, with tbe nobil ity, who became richer while the poor were ground to earth. Dennis Kearney declared on the sand lots of the golden Pacific that if Chinese pauper labor was allowed to compete with American free labor those tern me scenes would ne re peated. It was left to a Democratic Con gress to avert this threatening eviL The Republicans gave awa,' to the corpora tions more land than would make fifteen States a vast territory that was gairied by the exeat Democrats we love to nonor. The first duty a nation owes to the indi vidual is to protect him, and democracy will protect every " American citizen. Blaine means more taxes. He miarepre- sents ns as a nation abroad. He does not i represent the manhood of America, while the name . of (i rover (Jleveland is a synonym of reform. I appear before yon, my friends, as a candidate for the Legislature, The greatest objection that I have bad urged against the ticket that there are too many young men an it. James f . tinnier, 1 am moved to say, will make thia connty a faithful and intelligent representative. Iam the ?ronngest man on it, and will have noth ne to say about myself, except that I y Jpld never have become a candidate had Fiot feltiny aljility to afcehanre the di& of the position. Galloway and Monte. donico. Kelly. McKinley and Froman complete a ticket which I believe will f.iil.fnllv ranreaent thia county. X Pub- lie oiWis" .'public tr,t,and no man baa I Will a riant to commit a political any more than a civil breach of trust. 1 relieve there ought to be an extension ot the mechanics' lien law. and an inspector of engines law. I can promise to do no more than give my hearty support to any measure for the good of this community. The greatest enemy of the black man is the man he has been accustomed to vote for. We live in a ceinmon country and a common land. Keep in the high road to prosperity, and I aut not afraid for the South to lead once 'more. ' While I am Southern, yet, my friends, when I go out upon the fields and look np to my Maker I Z"1 that I am not Southern or Northern entirely, but purely American. Tbe Democracy will lighten the hardens of the people, and I will put loose any time I believe the Peiaocrats have ltft the modr.ugs which ' bind them to Jef ferson. If you want a change . in this government go to the polls and cast your vote next Tuesday. I desire to say a word in conclusion about the Taxing-District. The Democratic ticket is not hostile to it as the Republicans have fa'sely declared. After the war was over there came into power the Brownlow administration. The stftHrwll fnnrl waa Rtnlpn. lVjhta KtntA anil municipal, were piled np mountain high. I It was only after ti.e Democrats trot hold , of the government that the b irden was removed. The Taxing-District govern- j ment sprang from the brain of Col. Geo. ! Gantt, whom I am proud to call friend. ' Democrats, poor and rich alike, indorsed ' tne government. 11 was me xvepuDiicans who held the bonds, and a few little Re publican lawyers in this town tried to block tbe movement. Yet it was estab lished in spite of them, and it has proven efficient in every sense. A mother might as well indorse her baby as the Democrats to indorse the Taxing-District. It was unnecessary until now, when the Repub licans seek by their false pretenses to make capital about our failure) to do so." , Mr. Patterson closed with a vigorous ap- j peal to all who loved good government to , go to the polls next Tuesday and work for the success of the Democratic party. 1 . Jaatire Pat Wlatera. Judge r. M. Winters was called upon. He said he had heard his young friend say his youth had been objected to by gray-haired men, but he would vote and work for him on election day as he be lieved him to be the most brilliant young man in the State. He was sorry to say there were some Irishmen in this country who were off on the tariff, but they would all vote the Democratic ticket on election day. "When I landed in this country the Democratic party took me by the hand, while Mr. Blaine's party said I must wait tvanfTina v.ara hAtTtra. f mnM vnta Ta thor. an Tri.hman in tha hnn rchn will . . i " . - . " vuw iui saujes u, uiaiuci 111 uiw flies Ward the other day a Blaine and Logan Club was organized, and they had W. J. Smith to counsel with them. I went into W. J. Smith's office once and found a pic ture of Oliver Cromwell, his wile and two daughters. This man organizing with a few Irishmen a Republican clnb ! Think of it ! Taylor said the other night that the Reonblicans were Whigs. It is not true. The Whig is the noblest work of God. The Irkhaen are true Democrats; another name for Whigs. Did Oliver Cromwell Smith employ an Irishman? Are there any in the postofficeT I don't think any Irishman worth the powder and lead it wonld take to kill him will accept the badges they are now offering to Repub lican marshals for $3 a day. Now Blaine I coold convict him and send him to tbe penitentiary before an honest jury. He started as a school-teacher at $76 a month, and afterward got into Congress at a few thousand a year, and has managed to save $6,000,0001 Men who had not as much money in Ireland as would buy leggtns for a beg duck came here and got into partnership with the Republican party and got rich. Yet with all their soap the Irish in Cincinnati voted the Democratic ticket There are Irishmen in this coun try who have sold their country to Blaine for golJ. Blaine's mother was a Catholic, and yet he took the Knownothifig oath the vagabond ! Now, when it comes to the tariff, I can solve thst better than any other man in tbe country. The Repub lican plan is represented bv the bonds. The laboring men have to set up at 5:20 o'clock in the morning and work till 7:30 in the evening to make a living. In thia canvass we have honesty on one side and corruption on the other." Mr. Desiar a smith. Mr. Smith was loudly called for. and aaid that there would be but few Irishmen who would vote the. Republican tisaet The science of government is progressive and leans toward liberty more than wealth. In the old country you nave tne Gould and Vanderbilts, but ill fares that land where wealth accumulates and men decay. I have inquired into Mr. Blaine's record concerning the protection of my countrymen in foreign lands, and I find he failed to perform nis duty. 1 cannot con scientiously Vote for him. I will admit that when "tariff first began here we had bnt few manufactures whicn grew rtcn, but the system has not been a benefit to this country as it was believed it would be. . No man claims absolute free trade, but we want the tariff regulated to protect American industries and at the same time allow ns an interchange of commodities with other countries. The direction of the Republican party is toward centralization ana a revival of monarchist form. This was what Mr. Jefferson fonght against The candidate of the Republican party must have a title, "the Plumed Kight" Adjourned. . GEN. W. T. SMITH Defends His Reputation as a Soldier, Cltisea aad Repabllcam Leader. To the Public of Me m phis : For two months Gov. Bate has ha rangued the people of this State from Carter to Shelby with the most inflamma tory appeal to their war prejudices, calling on God to witness that never would he cease to cherish his bitter resentments. While I have not heard of any repudia tion by his party of these sectional and unpatriotic utterances, I had not supposed such sentiments would meet with ap proval, encouragement and circulation in Memphis. But in yesterday's Ledger ap peared an editoral, seeking to arouse war enmities, which, for bitter vindictiveness and slanderous falsehoods, exceeds any thing I have seen since the heated days of tha war. I do not propeaa to review in detail this column of calumny, put forth on the eve of the election, for the double purpose of traducing me personally, and of exciting the war passions of this people against all who decline to vote the Demo cratic ticket The whole article is a tisane of the most inexcusable and malicious falsehoods. There is not a single sentence in tbe entire article, reflecting on me that is not a lie. I neither souubt nor desired the nomi nation for Senator ; made no appointments and nave attended none except tnat at uoi lierville. A baser lie was never uttered than that I was afraid to go to Brunswick, except the villainous one assigned as a reason for my not going. Sixteen years ago I was a candidate for the Senate, and fourteen years ago a candidate for Con gress. In both instances I canvassed the county, including Brunswick, and in both was elected. I cannot believe this fonl calumny originated in the office of the Ledger, though it has adopted and circu lated the libelous article, and is obnoxious to the charge of slander. In no spirit of bravado, with no menace of retaliation, I demand to know who will avow his re sponsibility for the truth of these vile and infamous slanders. I defy him to establish even the semblance of truth in a single re flection in the article. ' He may select his own jury of reputable gentlemen, and I pledge myself to show that tbe true and real author of this article is a venomous liar, as I waa not oa that side of the river, w. J. SMITH. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. W.' A. Buckford and wife to Mary Fas xie, eastern portion of lots 240 and 241 of Greenlaw's subdivision, Chelsea, for $1800. ' John Cullen and wife to the Louisville, yew Orleans and Texas railroad, west 30 feet of lot No. 32, of John Overton's sub? division, north side of Webster street, 30x lli leet, lor SJoLU. T. W. Mason and wife to James Ryan, entire Interest as legatee or distributee in the personal property and real estate of Q. C. Atkinson, deceased, for $350. . TEUST DEED. C. A. Moore and wife to J. H. Smith, trustee, to secure M. C. Wright in the sum of $2750, lot on corner of Rayburn and wngnt avenues, oUxzuo feet ?B ADDITIONAL RIVER NEWS. Vrovrannnl Anrnltaa OA A wintvAj . T.1A Ifemphie, St. Louis, p.m. No departures. ) b1ow1v WeathM cool and jjy oll d u7eenT n..i.,.oi Tkr : v a tj:-.-. o rainy all day. Niw Qrj.kass, October 29. Arrived 1 O. P. Chouteau, Memphis, with 8000 bales of cotton. Ke departures. CisasNATi, October 29. Night River 3 feet 3 inches, and stationary. Weather clear and cool. No arrivals or departures. LaaiavUle Jenet, PtKPARI FOB FLOOD. Foundations, cellar walls and buildings T5 fli, . fi!? , """""" "ron- !t " Standard Cleaning and Dyeing. Ladies' and gents' clothes cleaned I . . , V , , i or . J.ul anj coiOTJ OSincn tace S&tl irrj"S' 1 Ua to Johnston Yanee For Boys' and Children's Clothing. MO POISO IN THE PASTRY IF Tnnia,L.amhnra.se, ete.. iavar Ctekea, Cnaaa,rala(i,Ae.,ai ellca tlr asa sat, arallr aa the fault rroaa which the are aaauie. FOR STRENGTH ASD TRUE FRUIT FLAVOR THE! STASD AL0XE. setraan v Tg Price Baking Powder Co., Chloaso, III. st. Louia, Mo. aaasa. or Dr.Prica's Criam Baking Powder AMD Dr. Price's Lupulin Yeast Gems, Dee Dry Beat Tuat. BITiTI S-3T O-XSOCEXtSj. W SUKE BUT OKI gu U1TT. HOPKINS'S MILLINERY AT HALF PRICE. Border to marr.nr Ir.mf.M' Mark we have aasMle the following; retfartlaaa: flacg Straw Hats, worth 7 e -from 30 to 50 ets. Fe;t Hats, all sbapes, worth 1 50 tl 00 Extra Fine French Fait Hats, worth ti. SI 50 Silk Plnsh Hats, worth $3 .$ 1 to 12 00 ' Small Velvet Bonnets, worth $1 50 . 41 00 velvet tints anl Bonnets, all shapes ...trom si np Flase Trim naval Hals aad Bonneta, S3 per reat. below tttelr valoe. Long Ostrich Plumes ..from 75c ap Ostrich Tips, S in bunch from 75o np Ostrich Pompons - from 50c, 75e and fl 10 A full line of Pocket Bonks and Satchels Fifty and Seventy-five Cents. The Flaeat Amort meat of DOLLS la tne City. Artificial Flowers. Ribbons, Ornaments Embroi deries, Hair Goods, Fancy tioods, etc., at greatly reduced rates. Bats Reshaped, Feathers Cleaned, Dyed and Cnrled. tioldcn Hair Waph by the small or large qaentity- WsKaks m (Specially of MUIIarry ! Etnnloy th best hands in tha city, rive onr who! attention to it, and defy competition in that line. HUNTERfc WMiater, Scoop, Measure. Weigher, Dredger, Rice 'Washer, Tomato, Pumpkin, Starch, W 1 a and Fruit Strainer. Twelve uticle. ia one. Tht fimtest Bcmtj utioi Xacra, Mnf Old tKATt an other Sieves inrj Sifter irmirMatMt fcrerytor1js like them I We mk. large Siftors and Mtzcr r h.ind ami power, V rite lor caulofue. The Hunter Sifter Mfjf Co.. Cincinnati. O., 40a Cuttl t-. New York. Apents wanted far our rtmvn Specialties and UiAiUerSiiauCtkBootT YY0RL& SIFTERS Farm Hands Furnished. AT low ratss of transportation, from Georgia ana Scuth Carolina. Can furnish 1K) fami lies. Annlicationa from anr uoint in Arkansas. ! lies. Texas and California promptly attended to. Ap ily to R. A. Williams, Paas. Agent Memphiund latU IUiek S-K. Potiof&e bos 236 AUanWfCia. -JV ai-o Now OUR 25 th AIHHriVEBSAIXY TS MEMPHIS. W own th Largest and Most Complete EXCLUSIVELY WHOLESALE DryGooils ai iM Eslaliliiwiit Th building dimensions ax 115 by 325 feet, vii : 115 to auam, witn a nve-aioiy irvni.. jiu trance, o jn.in sireei. WE AaVK SOW OFCKIXCI I si Sf EX SB LIKES New Prints. Plaids. Plush Cloaks, Jetns, Shawls, Gloves, Blanket. Umbrellas, Jersey?, Undershirts, Collars, Overshirts, Linseja, Ticking, Comfort ers, Cheviot, Hiekory Flannels, Bleached Mislins, Canton Flannels, etc., being our Heesa tit). To n np, in brief, we hare no hesitation in assuring all close-buying and prompt-paying Costntvy Nerehaals throughout the great Southwestern Mississippi Vallev, ihaCwa have both th will and ability to serve them upon terms and conditions EQUAL TO THE BEST in th United States. CASH llff ARK NPECULLT IJIVITED. P S W enmtiallv inwit. alan. not nnlv Conntrv Mer hanta to eome and bnv. but we Invite every eitiien who feels an interest in the prosperity of aad look at our establishment. WH. R. r.lOORE & CO.,Exclusively Wholesale HfA.IV Alir KKCO!Jl HTREETS..-WEWPIIIS. WM. M. KOOTES. K. C. PARRENT. ROOTES, PARRENT & SPEED, . W JtAOIsBBAIiB Sole agents for Paradise's Improved B94 Taggaln Stvoet FI1 Ml k wm WTJOZiBSAIiB - GROCERS and COTTON FACTORS, No. 276 Front Streot. MemptiiB, Tenn. jaw. b. xoor. TOOF.Kl'GOMIilO OIIOCEKS, COTTOX FJ.CTOBS, A5D DEALERS IS LEVEE AND RAILROAD C0STRttrr0RS SUPPLIES, G. PATTOBSON. Cotton RaWman. ? WllOTT fiT lMF.Df PHa w. Estes, Boan k, Co. Wholesale Grocers and Coiton Factors, Iffr Talon Htraet, TOTeuipMs, Tenn. li-WsMoH-lIiii VS' Our If AILS are Mannfictnrd from the Finest Swediali Iron, and la Quality, Stylo and Finish, are Fneqnaledin market. t&" For Hale by W. S. BBCCE fc CO., MEMPHIS, TESS and the Trade generally. A. W KINGSLAND, Secretary a cwios.no. ti.r.. SW.HAM AAD COMMISSION ME11CIIAST8, No. 2GO Front Street, Memphis, : : Tenn. BROWNE, THE PLUMBEB, 254 SECOND STREET, UniS. J. Ii. COCKE c& CO. Col ton Factors, Commission Mer ch'nts 318 FRONT STIIEET, MEMPHIS. KEFJ.Rtr.XCE' State Xatlonal 3ask.n cor I-i V? vJi Vm Aavaneea smaele mim mm. m JTo. 28G Front streetnTx&J 3Iemp1iSe Tenn aw aw aB. m w w COTTON AXD COMMISSION MEBCII ISTAt, No. 3U Front Street, Corner of Monroe, ; Kcmphis, Tennessee. Liberal Aalvaaarra W Tobacco and Oigars, iVHOLKSAI.i; AXD RETAIL, 217 ITfain street wM M.H.COOVE11 fe Co MAX FF A CTUUliUS tW Doors, Sash,Blinds and Moldings ALL KINDS OF DOOR AND WINDOW FRABES, Ilraekets, ScroIl-lToi k, Kongo and Dressed Lumber, Shingle, Lata, Et(, 161 to 179 Washington St., ftlemphis, Tenn PotiI.v Street fSiir. Crre Tne to tbe 1IT.TVtBnn. ftn. finw. frrm tb. KHTs. i. 1. iTA&wA&Oli. J. A. HUHT. 0. C. J. T. FARGASON & CO. VlioIesale Grocers and Cotton Factors, 3(19 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn. Cotton eoaiigneal to as will haveew earefttl attantion. Wi eaxry at all time a woll-lst! tekc Staple and Fancy Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars, n! will veil nn I.w a. the lol. JKTO. A. BEMIE? AK CFACTIT EES OF TilK CELFBHATUt Alabama Ijime! Aaval Isealer 1st C'ei t, Pln.ler. Hair, tminoer.f l.ea, !FrrTt Htroet No. 8(30 Chas, E. Harris & Co. L1BUEB THAI ETEB. WHOLE81LE AJSO VTAIL DFALEBS 1 WOOD AKDWILLOW WARE, N4iTIOS, TOYS, FAXCY 85a main Street No. D1CTYE & YACHIM, Manufacturers of Carriagfig, Spring-Wagons, Drays, CARTS TBIXKn, Ele. Horse-shoeing and Repairing in all its branches All work guaranteed, tsS Main fctreft, Mmpbia.Teim. JUbS. ASU TESK. K.K. Co. arotHnoLif ttta) MEtTixb. THE Annaal Meeting of the Stikholdera in th. lliMtiaainDi and T..rtfMM Railroad r,m- any will be ntld al tbe FEABODY HU1LL, MKUKHIS. llt.NJS. . on WMsMsr, Aoverja. kasr aa, last, at which tim Directors will b elected for th ensuing year. inc oa application to th(i;mfral Sup int.nd.nt. Dtacgnoiaers will toe passed to ana irom meet ' e. 11. liAJaD cretar. oleal3Xtira: feet on Seoond street, raining through 325 feet Notions, Hosiery, Dress floods. Handkerchiefs, Memphis, and also every curiosity monger to com JNO. B. EPEED, Late with Orgill Bros, k Co. Sash LrfM'U, the best made for ventilating IVTeyraiali.. Tesma. M. r. 1IO WOKE. mm c- FACTORS ale w.lir'.roewv. f jd Tenn. UKIS. A. PAKKKK. E. V. WOOL'fcXN Flro Brlrk, Cla, Baeier.ptoo, Dralat-Fl riic-uaiiits, asas., IVTomphlw. Tenn CjOOliS, Ete-, ZMCzia.x3laia. Touu. GOLDEN SPECIFIC A rSIHVE ( VIE FOB DRUNKENNESS ! OH THE Lltgt'oa HABIT. Effecting a speedy and permanent cure, wh.iber the pntie.it is a moderate drinker r an aleoholie wreck. It can b given in a cup of tea or ooffee, without the knowledge of the person taking it, a it U ta.tel.rs and odorless. 1 housands of anak ards have bean made temperate man who bar taken th Golden boinc in their et.ffae without toeir knowledge, an 1 to-day believe they quit drinking of thrir eaa free will. It is abfolutrlj barmlers. Price. $3. Circulars free. U0LDE."? SPECIFIC CO.,PropVs. 1W laf Ht , Clo;inn.u, r toeir knowladca, anl to-day belier they I gists, 21S Main, corner Adas. street, and 130 unio. ror sai. or a. r.i..ianai a w., rrrs - Alain, oorner market street, atempaii, laiiB, PTOIiCo GO CONTRACTORS ! Jacobs's Patent Wheel Railroad Barrow, Western Wlieel-Scraper Co.'s Dray and Wheel Scrapers, JXAILUOAI CAMP UTENSLLS. Orgill Brotlaers s Oo, Uoa. 310312 Front Street- Memnliii, Tenn. Jkn H. Holkteaai. Wholesale Grocers, Cotton factors And Commission Merchants, 232 and 234 Front Si., Hemphis, Tcez. BKTWEKJI ADAMS AB lETrEaUIOjr. Mr. I. B. RAIflKT aerotai hi whole tlm. to th Wtigblng and aai of all Oottoa lntrasta4 to ear enarre. v.oLon n aranonsa. to aumniton streeu Woodruff Lumber Company JL. WtrOBKTJFF, President. IV. T. 1IAHHAH, BaCy mm Troaa' 9Iannnutarcrs of and Dealem In CYPRESS, POPLAR, COTTONWOOD. WALNUT, OAK AND ASH Doors, Sash, Blinds, Moldings, and Building Material Generallj SAW AX1 PJLjLXIXa IICIIXS. Jforlli Spoilt .lit., "Near Qas Works. A. P. Taylor. Flnnatrer. t t SLEDGE. BROS., Como, Mlga. lOotton 356 Front St., : W. B. Galbreath & Co. Cotton .... -. XX.TJ13j.Qia. St., Jo33q.131ijLq Feoples Insurance Go. Ofllce 16 Madison Street, Memphis, Tenn. CASH CAPITA!,,"" 5 S $200.000 BAIn8iira all Classes of Merchandise, Store liouscg, Churches aad Dwelllara.-9 W. M. F IKUIXOTOX, SrABUSHb 1862.1 Georp Arnold. ' TT, A. ETeriuan. Lorenzo Solari. m 'MHO&D -ft GO wnoiiEaivijE GROCERS, COTTON FACTRS AHD DUUII IS - Railroad and JLeye ContractorK Siippliesa oVfJarerail attentloa glrea to tha ttarebaaeana aala or aooda bo 1st oar Hoe. asao l.ttseral ao Aateaoeeo oo l ftnm ,r .in, To iamenta. J. tt. UUJDWU. J. R. GODWIN' & CO. And Commission Merchants. QSG Front St.. Cor. B. WITSESAIOT & CO ; Wholesale) Dealers nnl Pnltllabera. 0,. . BoU Agent for th following rHrat-Cla's Instrnm.ntst lXA3kJOSI---KBAJI,CM BAt-'lI, HK VKAHK k CO., AB O -t-X ..., AM NMI I h tMF.kllAII. , . , twra kuw 7-ocTAvi piano for aio. mfjr Write for CaUloiroea. Aoa. 54 A and aas rxl-.ttivi, (,T, MEMPim VAIOeU.Al.l.EIa, Jr., rn" CRIOH'D. H. ALLEN & CO., BANKERS & CO'JQISSiOII LIERCIIAIIT3, OX and OO Brood atreet, TSTe-pp- YorXa.. . s. X3C. Allen c& Co. COTTON FACTORS. MEMPHIS. X J?J?si til ""fF Climates. For diseases of the "JJVTHftr is ' kjaajriu;i" -0 BY M.BSCM0FFaCQ.V.y m THOS. L. RISK, fMsidaat, B. C. UObalNB, Beeratary. Merap'iiiii Metal and Wood o MANUPACTUSING CO. GALVANIZED IRON WORK, TIN, IRON AND SLATE HOOFING Iron Fences, Metal Skylights. TIXEPIIOSE So. Ml. 436 and 438 Kain St, and 21 and 23 Mulberry St, Memphis. Tl PtrXTORSt M. J. A. BAlLKT. J A. BAELaET OOo Plumbers', Gas and Steam letter.' Goods, GA8-FIITUKIJS, GL.ODES, ETCL, So. 238 Sannnii Straat. '.Oonaaar TJaiiuu XTeyti4 Tmu PLOWS, 9 raaa. sjlau-k. a. t. eiai k .HERt t t MrmnaiiL Tm F. JL. XORFJLEET, Kexldtnt Partner. Factors, Memphis, Tenn. Factors. a n b ts sra n r1 r?" II. T. LEMSIO.V, ' Tlse.erMMniL W. PARKER, tertt.rr. L It. HUMJOIN. Union. 3?fuiiil.l. TtiB. 1UKSV ALLW, ' Kew T.rk. TOHIO. C1R0II1 TOLD vaTlie greatest of all remedies. Jalolliblo Cure for all Pulmo tnary Diseases and General Dc- foilltyv and tho only" rcmcd jr- at is honoflrlnl In Mnlfirfnl Thro.it aud Lungs it has no equal. A trial will convince you ONE DOLLAR PER QUART BOTTLE, ' Trade Supplied at reasonaTila dlseoant by J. J. DUFFY & CO., Memphis, Tenn Manufactarers and Proprlotorn, ti. uiM'iiorr i u.. Sew York and CharletUa. GEO. I. K.ELLUM. Baa't ta. a. wm.