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THE MEMPHIS DAILY "J APPBA'li-StJN'JIAY, NOVEMBER 16. 1884.
T are f'AT nc AT ri LS u n r-r- -tsr-a T T" TVT "W IT) ( X! 'etcit Housekeeper will And it profitable to visit our CARPET and CUR TAIN DEPARTMENTS this week. Our immense stock is not equaled on this side of New York. Some prices are given below that will astonish those who arc accustomed to pay war prices for their Carpets and Curtains. We also displaying high Wilton Velvets and Moquettes. 100 llolla Velvet Carpets, six choice designs, at $1 20. 15!) R-jil Tapestry Brussels, two new patterns, at 55c. S0O Rolls all-wool inKraiiJS, good, bright style, at 5"lc. 87 llol'.a Three-ply Carpets at 00c. S00 Rolis Two-ply InRrains, handsome bright colors, at 40c. JC0 Xew Patterns English Corticine, Linoleorn and Oil-Cloth, at veiy lowprices. The crowning feature of 111 KIMS Of BRUS SELS,1Hj8MNS & TAPESTRIES at about half the regular price. Many of these remnants ordinary sized rooms. WHILE IX THE STORE Patterns in Silk and Dress Goods Department. MnirFay & Ridgely . Tailors and Importers, 38 Madison, lavl'n ass Ittapretloa of tbelr aarlvalcd stock of Imported Olothai t-.r ran it Wlolsr, ensnprlalnc nil h ! ies;ua ta eeatlemen's Wer. a-rlrt sm rdswonablfl M t!io of any Flratlsum Tailor la the Catted State, ,rKulM oa applteatloa te ihoss wao aave leu niesianrw. ttr Remember, It la economy ta set the beat. RELIABLE GOODS -REASONABLE PRICES Acller Broi..& Co .1. ' 'iPINE ' - BOOTS AND -SHOES 2G1 ITInlii fSlrcet, MeinphiM, Tenn. Bia.Orlra rratn ihs nonntrjr will rela ear prenpt attrntton. Onr lllnatratcd S'nlaloir nnl lrlre-l.tt sent Iree to any allrw. i wrtlyalsi H. 8, 10M.ENBBRB, Greats outSiwestern lusio House No. 229 Muiii street. RKPRESENT8 Tlr,m,HF'8r F- JMII I.F.U ll J, the arknowledgei fasostU of (hf great Pianists. TS;?d"Ur"".l M4I.I.K1-5 0WmO. The HOI.LIift HS.liS4 i a 0, tbe 100"! pof,n sr Piano in the South ' sterThs , tcst OKUr in the world-the UI MB lUDstrE and the SI EBIISCI tuait. 1 be largest and Most Complete Stock of Sheet Maslc, Musical Internment, Etc. WHOl.KSAt.K ANT BET AIL. HJgTTirMRN M SO LP ON TtlK INSTALLMENT PLAW. I.'. GOODS, Kcw l.onilrtita aiolnHC, (4oldcn Nymp, Iilaplo Nyrup, l'litin and SelF-RUlujc Rack. tiottt. P. BTJCKHAM & CO. .0 V V Importer, Wholosal and Retail Dealor in GUNS, RIFLES. PldOOLS, All kinds of Ammunition, Kin. Pocket Outlery," bMssors, Fishing Taoklo, S-eines, Nets, elr. fcpe- ;ally selected ane Jlamnierlesa and Uammer tuns. l rlalu.C, Womphla. TviiA. Man ufacturing and repairing done in first-class man per. lriee-lit i sppliatinn. Telephone foP;t. SHEA & McCARTUY, Tropr's, 140, 142, 144 Front St., Memphis 1.. . VIEOA & 0. IMPORTERS AUD DEALERS 15 (Jims. JtHlcs, Aminuiiitlon AXD FISHIXtf TACKLE. TSo. 317 Mtatrt tr?et, Sfcmpltia. tnilt largwt and b.t asaertaient In the oity. I The Ir.t.te .m-plied st the Inst.'! prices. Oil OvUiTon. Ja. 0. H. OEOsrraaoa OVERTON & 6R0SYEN0R, 5 Reril Estate Dealers A BEATS AND 11ROKEHS, OFnCE, 384 SECOND ST B. Car, M11PHIS, eeaad aad Oenrt, . . . TE5XESSEE. OlAL ESTATE WUltillT A5D SOLB, TAXBS .rV P.ia. kenl. Colleeted. et".. en Commission. f- J. Q. SCHMIDT & SON, (Suooessor to J. 0 . Schmidt). I HAIXftTRFrT WhfllesaLend retail t'rie.i.r.in li.aa.iiiiai.alu.a. Vint asr Twkiis kleetrie Bells d Annunciswrs .r BotaJs and Residenoes. Burglar and tir Vtool Smas evened and repaired. Kiaeuia sup plies always sib hand. Repairing done and war- BESIUE.NCES, FARMS A SI 0KEU0LSES ' FOB HEXT OB SALE. I AM offering, on liberal terms, most desirable property la Wertlennwee. AVithe bua- ' r.r : . ,f 1.:- T. N R H . est laire re.iuenoe aim i r""" i W"T a. irom .Ve:ii;. storehouses, eottAgee and dwell- loss. all in tri-tilas repair, wild all necessary nrcnieiK!. A!o. anew lirery stablo and drag eoore. i or persons aUii.rt; lo secure small farms ;.,r the ruiuvatioa ; r. ..t o, urn. o. fruits, veg fa.uU. ota.. for the h- I or Northern sar 'b,1 am 5nr -".nl i- ;H.eemeni in ltll .rius, rtigiog m m ju. i tud li acra traet. I- tr-n, c.r'Httipg iio. 'jO, 4w !; ' - S- -i t ' --i-h, iH !'" ImtJors. -"i i At-., auu l Xh K .,- .. vn-to iher are g,A.J ' ... - EMlBBoflerWorKS SNK OF THE LARGEST BOILFR BH0P8 I7J the South, and the only complete BoUeraoa et-.'ron Work. In th. oity. JtaMafxctwrera i krary plate lrer.sk nt stery -erluUoa, bpeoial atUnUoa given to plant- CARPET AT- art styles in Royal Wiltons, Body Brussels, 150 pairs Turcoman Portiero, $7 50; worth $12 a pair. 1000 pairs three-yard Lace Curtains", at 05c a pair. 350 odd pairj of Cartains at half price. 600 Black Walnut Pole.?, with ten rings and ends, for Jl. 2000 yards Curtain Lace Remnants, very low. 175 Genuine Turkish Rugs (special importation), at $15 to $100 each. Droggets, Smyrna Rugs and Mats in endless varieties and ex traordinary low prices. 25 New Designs in Silk and Damasse Curtains. this grand and unprecedented sale is the clearing out don't fail to attend our great FOB SALE OB EET. TaFAN4ava.il. flnt-al&Aai aonditlnn XT At 'iln UnlfT PtTt." LOST. HORSE A bay horse, 1X hands high; marks on left shoal dor and a small cnt at top of tfceUitbtni hoof, and a very long tail. I will a reward W m for hi return Jo gT KTR4YKU. HORSE A large rhe'tnnt sorrel horse, about sixteen hands high, left hind f.ot white, with a-hit. spot end d.nt in forehead: hole in tight front iutuf. IVill pay leu dollars reward for ; return to ft Ko,tk Alabama street r r 1. 1 i ' n i l. MVLK From Memphis Flora Cmpsny, on the aight of Nov. loth, one siulw'. ef-r aark bay horse mu'e, about 14'4 hands high: b4 onhamesend collar; shod ail roond. Return ad b. rewaroxa atpuin uaie oi cimnuoi vem etery. W Sandy-red, white sr, swallow-fork i left ear, under-cut in right ear; Ure rr&r Strayed Sepumberbth. 5rew.rd old. WAJH". BOY To Isarn a good trade. , , m Address TRADE, this offl-e. FEATUERS Old and New Feathers, at highest oash prices. 4-18 MAIN hi. 1MPLOYMEXT-By a g.ntlemn of good busl i nesa hantts, where energy and capacity woold be appr.ol.Ud; wai am". it'mseu generally u.--ful ; best city refereof.i Aildress X, this olhoe. OERVAN'T A good eiperleneaJ servant. Ap- O p y to MRS. COI1 N. in) Aa .if s'. "VTTRSE Whit, or eoloredt re'.renoes re- ir niliMjl. mi :iei V.nM itrul. GOOD SALESLADY Must bs smart; M to 175 per month; alto, ladr 40 travel. Addr.ss B H. Y.. ibis office, at fcn,-), "lSKRUETIC. intallitent CANVASSER, coin ILi petent to manage the fair of our set of to) Christmas books in ths ci'Ti ther aro made t z elu.irely for agents and sail thcmselreJt one lady wirhoul experienoe sold 1 first week, us ; on. man P, one 70; a good canva.ser who can start 10 nerretie agents can e'ear fsjO before Christmas; noslar; sta'e experience and ate. CAaSELL Jt CO (Limitedl, 8! Broa way, N. Y. 8" TtURT COOPERS end Slack Cnoiwra. F. KOHDKl... ra Front st.. Memphis, Tenn. rpo RENT a CotUg ;!a 6 or 8 rooms, in tood J. repair. Address '-2?!f AOEKTS Address St. Louis blactrte mp Co.. at. Lnuis. Mo., for Circulars, Outs and Louis Klectne terms of fp-caodio poner Marsh Electrical Lamp. A flKNTS It will pay any Istalligent man or woman wanting prontaui empioym.ni " write tor my lllustralea circulars ani wruis oi C.e h. eel.lrted i lSUUUl ct KA.lt WASllEK, which, by reason of its great Inlainsie bkm-U, is m AedroMie'. eeting with such phenomenal suooess. f. WotiTll. Serentaenla and Franklin avenue St. UkU, US. LADIES AND G KSTLeJUBS Jn eity or coun try, to Uke litbtwork at Uit o homes; ej M fC a day eily mad.t work sent by wa t no canvassing. W have good demand for our wdrk ajurnUh .Ua? rn, w.th 0 Ttace ti't. CiinnlL o LD GOLD W Al'CU -ASES-Chains, .welry, eui., forcash J. S. -VDRD. -Ni:. rpwo Single Rooms, furnished, wtin or taUhont L board; prirat. family preferred. Audress BUAttH, jgOARUKRs- At M Madison street. tnnH WSs Rag. Iron. Bones. Feathers 1UW and MeUls. Smi or mica list. New and second-hand goods for aaUi. Address S. GABAY, Agent and Commission Mercoaat. 40V to 4 1 S Shelbr street. KOOMS AND BOAKU. GCK)U ROOMS With or without board, at the Arlington House. Vt and 111 Adams street. DESIRABLE Rooms and Board At 72 Madison street. TeOOMS With or without hoard, at 140 Madi- .s sonsreei; reiei enees exennngeu T-AOIQ Vlih mw.mmAiltlAnl and IX excellent board at MADISON ST. E 00M AND B04.RD One large a. one small room, WHO WPl. at ensu rirvmx. 1 f afc'.r IS Market street-Board, t4 to; si J.IJ rooms, ; per week; transients, tl per single day. R00.MS-W Ita or wijout bo.rd- jUiFoylar street. f) 6T1trJlN73 -FTrst-class boardiaa 'be' day or yteek. at 1ft Monroe street. ; OOO'MJ AT& HOARD By week or month, at IA' M Jecond lua,l. Also, day Jpard. ROOM Desiruhle furnlM.fi room, with board; two gentlemen prelcrreT. a 1-3 Court st. ') ISOT HtiOMS AtHUSbeloyaUeat. Also, tr a tew fcos oarders taken TOOM A large. pleasant front room, with JLV board, at mnaersie prue. Also a lew uay lUvCVUt ST. boarders. R 0OM3-E1 MUt Ik ant furnished front rooms with or without board. Largeyard. lie Court st. t0MS three plesaaatTiiraishad rooms with J. If or without board. im-n'M t si T WK OR DEATH. HEALTH AND BAPPI Xj aass. or Pain and Misery, which will yoa Karat flies cured by one treatment painless, sal and evtaiu. Keotal l iners, often the parent ot aeasumiition.U' not t late, yon can b. cured. Lasa bask. Nervous Prourauuu, fJonstipalioa, uiarrhaa, Piswaaed Kidneys, Lire.", .'iomach. BlSMider, k k It.sjs-te. I'ruiary mil Womb d.f toalties, IiitKHlcg of the Vowels, Dyspepsia, ail are Ihe result of in fla mm moo, and toll yoa niainiy yoa hare a Reoml l low. Thousands die h-a in !Vkels. C.-insaod; be enred beiori ton lata. i't. C. tMS, No. 94& aeeea-1 a . t.. all il.Ks af lha tor. U U "' ivaio i'f .-- ray. Koohtrae ...n.u.. - , A J-Vatw.d. M S Will SALE at berry ing It. A. are large enough to cover sale of Combination Dress .- AMUSEMENTS. -ST r.ITHRISVM THEATER. Johki-h B books .....Lessee and Manager Three Nights and One Matinee, Commencing day, No. 17lh, First performance In this city of the Farcical Comedy, entitled the Private Secretary ! The London and Ker York Laughing Success, presented by the MADIaOar Mil! K T" EATER CO, rrct from New York FCNMKsT PLAY OK TUB DA 1 Thursd-y. Kridy. Saturday KATIK PI; ISAM ALL L0XD0X A.M) NEW IS 0W LALGUl-NO AT THE VOUK IT. Private Secretary QLIJiriU I A H I( FOOT BACK Foot 3ES.ctoo SUNDAY, NOV, 16th. FIT JT I'OIt KVEKYitduy GREAT SPORT IN PHOSPrTTT. A 0neVUandred Yard Foot Race for a 7 PlItSJG OF H200, BSTVEfiM r. MoOARTY, s of Memphis, and Tj. v. stahbtjok:, Champion I'M) yard Runner of Nohraska. This is a buna tide r&oe. Admission only 26 cents. DiiMren. IS cents V begirs at j-.Vt p.m. ADCTIUS SALES. Shf riff 's Sal? of Personal Property. I will, on MONDAY, Kov. 24, 181, near the eorner ot South and helby streets, Memphis, Tenn., iel! to the highest bidiler, for cash, one advance traveling ClHCt'S OAR aud equipments, to-wit: tnrnituro. liedding, etc., and all Ad vertising Material p-rtaining to a first clas al ranee Circus Car, Poste'i, Lithographs. Country Paper, ele. gale to roTimenre at 11 o'clock a.m. Levied m as tl e properly of Miles Orton, owner of 4h. Anl-Am,ric.n rou..NsoN BrB.Jjjjlrltt. P.puty Sheriff. Handsome Furniture at Auction Par- LOR, FRENCH DRESSER SETS. SIDE BOARDS, ETARGES, CARPETS (one Pine MoueUe), Cooktr.g and lieating Stoves, Toes, day Morulas-, R.r. th, at H o'clock. A. M. aTOltDARll. Auctioneer. PEUSOJiAL. DR. W. M. Fl'QUA Office, northeast corner Jefferson and Main s reets. General Office aod Domiciliarr Practice. Office tours, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., and from 2 to 5 p.m. M" RS. PHILLIPS has removed from 55 Madi son street to 24a Second street. "1UTEP-NS B"'ILT Repaired and warranted; rates law. T-'enbone T.CHBBIN3. STBATED OB STOLEN, COW Red and white (nearly white) cow i marked, crop in one ear, under-bit in tbe other; short tail; bored In born.. Liberal re ward If returned to A. M. Wood. 2IG Ros ai enne. INDfAV PONIES From Culltn's pasture old Raleigh Vod. Monday night, Sept. S i, on 2th, four Indian ponies two uT3, and the others can not describe, but would know theu npnri sight, 'or which I offer 110 reward for their rem rn ta ?ehllh-'a,",r'"ri). IT. B. CLARKE. F03 BENT. TJ X FURNISHED RuOM-At M-in street. A ppiysl I1VI n .BVciVTiunK. )LEASANTfurn shed room for one or two gen tlemen. Address D. Afjcal efficc. T3ESlUEVCE-4'i! Court street ex'enrled; In j- v nrs .-class repsi, , extended. Apply at 418 Court street rpiREB NICK R00M- A t 2- Second street 170l!R ROOMS AMD KITC!BN No. 33 Ihird ' street. Ap plron premises. nESK-RO(iM til ofllce. Also Ilill 'KU . CmrrnU svenne. WALTER OREtiOllY. cor. Main and Madison. ROOMS Furnished or unlurnlsbe.l. for rent. - j(6! HUSOIO ST. "V'OR. 470 AND 472 Main st., o:-tner'of Linden. a Stores and rooms above separately. j, B. EATON, 33 Madison st. OT0RKB01SE OR t AL: WtGO feet, with emi ts lot en Mcraii siret, w..i 01 ur.ycjo W M. L. VANCE. Shelby st. House. Tj0I1NISHED front room, with board; also, 3 J ' or 4 day bua'ers wanted in private family, 5 minutes Vak of Goiut c'i;'e. B. this office. DEK R0')M In otlii-e of Conltneniai fa;t Freight Line,4 Madison slree.t. ' ROOMS iJufursiishad, wUliout board, at 455 JjhMby slreci.JsrnprLiPiii: , NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS At Second street, opposite Bxackatt's stable. Apply at 4S MONROE sr. 1CKLY furnished front room, soutiern ex posure; also o'her rooms, at M Monrte st. TilURNLSUED ROOMS- Jl At S7 Mulberry street. f!Jt SALE. )IANO- Octaves, Bouare; utyd unly six liiil CK S M5 SJC STORE, )Maio stret. CHAMPAIGN TOUCHF.S-Oil Heating Stoves, J for offices, bath-rooms, liiufslci. vis id rt. H"OU8E AND LOT On Coffee sti.et. n.sr cor ner Third. Fort Pickering, at a bargain. M INTER P4KKKR. i.i Main strret. I irnnih,' tor 00K OlTll Fivo weU improved SMLL FAKMo lt, too acres, s nines on oi uorn Zj-arion. ICO acres oleared and under good LaVe f.noe tlTHui 2A. i- ae-es. adjuining tbe above. with excellent hourrj, orcutd. j'oMjoune, bars, etc. two. S I. W acres, 1 mue WH.C4 U; aL-r-e ti acres in cultl vaiiun. good tanaut housd-'wju. miles mtmi of Bucks Station, on itb, 2 to acres, a! 'an, IT. R.R l.'O acres cultivated, .pUnd dly improved, very rich 5. h. 1-0 tn Norlolk Un.l l-ttw. reuts tor snx. Kilye, east of Utrfierod's Landing, u tro't:i lana, vjarrrs cleared, un der good t.ii: and bk-s '.:.c;e - od bouses SJfoJ. Applyatcncto MV.TAHR iW Main ttreet. Tl ORSK A fine harness and .Addle iorse that TjfiAEToifFiee new phaeton, for sxlo cheap. X Inquire at Uoltoubtfv Inquire at UotlBubifv's MujiclTouff ABEALTIFl'L FARM Of a. r. j. 2uo oj yn and in cultivation, rail." south ol Lniley's. on M. and C. Railroad. Nice d.eiiin. two new barns, windmill, and all imp-o mi 14 e t.,i '-a-venieuce. needed on a fir-a ,: luai. All pew and ia good order. Will be s. 1J te y law and un very reasonable ierm of pay " nt. R A. P.t- Ki-H.ygFrontst. OLARiia Ml I hS an! 5 IH-KSES Aptly to Matt M'-nn-h ?, ir-'cr-'o 1 street Ji. til- s. t New Rtleigh void. A ffRS. "w It 'l'NNl.iffAA Is now htre from Cs'if -itii streil. n ar Rab-:i lo (tU hor home on Jackson and soston avenues; mco residence a'l. "tuds. Sie. A. j. 1'KATLKY. 2S1 Main st XTEW AM) SKoOSD-IIANm ruiNKR 1 Of etery description, at one-bell U.s r''es of new. Jones's Ii0 6 ton Wagon Scales aud iIa conuuorn Mills, at J. C- OATES A CO 'S. 210 Front st. T-JIANOR-LOW FORCASll-tloodsccnd hand X Stkiktsy Piaxo; secund-hs'id Lnsbk Pi a no tenet new twsil: new fuo. t hese l'ianos must fce sold. Hi tod chance tor a bsrsain. WIT.MANN 10. PI. MO One new I'pright Emerson Piano, S sirlng i-'aisn Cabinet Grand; will sell at a saerljlce. Cu.1 ai e-2- Sisih and Jackson streets. Fort l'iekrring. Lawklns', i.-;tore. 90D"FAiIlLY'MARK ' ' 'l ' VJT Apply at UP Market street. rpBNN&SSEB SIAia CEHTIFICATEs Ro- 4- oetyaWe lor y ar. jaii aues w we. tate uv ERTON HOl'SE New ,ni aleranUy tnished house, now being bailtos ritth St., bet. Kerr and Keel, Chelsea; a rooms, outhouses oumnleia, ex cellent well and eistern; lot l.i by r.at. on street ear line. Aupl. ta MINTER FARKaRor A. J. MARTIN, 2a Main street, oor. Madison. LD PAPERS CUKAP AT THIS OFFICE. JJNt: I K-A amwd-aaad No. t Ames Engine, Ll-tar. jw.reri r?cd aj new, and vary :RAK. MFivnt.t. Liarro.ll ru. Wood dmco. Liv-Jj;-l;Jin. aoAig snooad-bn d kutitf luv W i ItELIfJIOUS SERVICES be Held Ira-Buy at tbe Various Charrbn at ike Iflonrl KuimL Spiritual Hall. 258 Second street. ' Conference at 11 o'clock a.m. S. Mary' i Cathedral Poplni street. Serrioel at 7 end 11 a.m., and at 4 p.m. Firet Methodist. Corner of Second and Poplar streets. Preaching- at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. by the Her. S. A. teteel. Strangers Church. Union street. Serriees at 11 a.m. and 7 : p.m: Rev. N. Al, Long, pastor. unday-uhool 9:30 a.m. Cumberland Presbyterian. Court street. Usual terric.ll a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday-school at V :30 a.m. H. A. Jones pastor. Churr.k of tin Good Shepherd. Corner Fourth and Mill streets. Services nt 11 a.m. by th Ker. i . A. Juny. Banday-tchool at 9 a.m. Chelsea Baptist Mission Fifth street, near Mill. Sabbath school at 3 p.m., conducted by Prof. xne give Uughes. I'rayer-meeting Monday at S p sa. Alabama Street Presbyterian Church. Corner of Alabama street and .Jones arenue. Sunday' school at V:30 a.m. No services to-day. Georgia Street Methodist. Preaching at 11 a.m and 7:30 p.m., by 1. O. Moore, pastor. Bun day-school at 9:30 a.m.; A. U. Hill, smeria tendent. firet Pretbylerian. Corner of Third and Po lar streets, Sunday-school at 9:30 a.m. Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 p m. by the pastor, the Ker. butane liaoiel. Christian Church. Corner of Linden and Mul streets. Serrioes at at 11 a.m. and 7:30 S.m. by the Kev. ueorge w. Sweeney, pastor unday-school at9a.m. Central Methodist Church Union street. Preach at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. by the pastor, Kev 11. Mahon. Sunday-school at :30 a.m. W. Keweoin, superintendent. Lauderdale, Street Presbyterian Church. Corner I Lauderdale and Beale streets. Sunday-school at S:30a.m. Preaching at 11 a.m and at 7:30 p.m., i by lb. Iter. S. C. Caldwell, pan Lor- ) Hernando Street Methodic Church Corner Lin- ; den and Hernando. Publio worship at 11 a.m. i and 7:30 D.m. Church conference at 6 p.m. t ' I Sunday-school at 9:30 a.m. David Leith, pastor. : Second Presbyterian Church. Corner Main and : Boale streets. No services to-day, but a nie.ting : of the congregation at 11 o'clock a m. is desired, at which all members are requestod to be present. ; Calvary Church. Corner of Second and Adams streets. Sunday-school at ;30 a.m. bervicea at . 11 a.m. by the Rev. Page Case, of Grace church, ' and at 7:'0 p m. by the Rev. Mr. Cline, of fct. ; Mary's Cathedral. I First Baptist Church. Second street, north of , Adams. Preaching at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Service of son at nit ht. All scats free. All are invited. R. A. Venable, pastor. Prof. W.E. llughes, chorister. j Cmiral Bnntitt. Second street, near Beale. Services at-11 a.m. by Pastor A.W. Lamar, Sun- itV30; .SnuSSS.1 .ri is'sion 5 Chapel, South Memphis. i ; Thxra vumoeriana rreeoyrenan cnarca wneiseu;. Sunday-school at 10 a.m. Services at 11 a.m., and 7:30 p.m. by the Rev. D. A. Briuhnm. Ihe re oeption of members and the installation of offi cers at the beginning and the Lord's supper at the close of the morning service, A. if- K. Conference. flabhatn appointments: St Andrews Chapel, 11 a.m., Bishop H. M. Turner, D.D.L.L ft. ; 3 p.m., C. S. Smith. D.D. ; 7 p.m., Ueorge Itartis- Avery mapei, ii a.m., U 1 RrnnUe- 3n.m.. S. R. Keid: 7 p.m.. J. 1. Shields. Providence Chapel. 11 a.m., J. 1). Meri- wether; 3 p.m.. M. R. Howard; 7 p.m. VP. W. t. Kve : t o r B. E. Edwards. Union Prospect. 3 p.m., 11. r. (liles: 7 p.m., B. C. Waldrop. Mt.Zion, 3pm., E. W. Johnson; 7 p.m., R. Roberts. Christian church. 7 p.m., D, Cook. Centenary Ohuroh, 3 &m., J, Crouchi 7 p.m., L. N. Merry. Pilgrim est, Bnptist church, 3 p.m., E. W . Re id: 7 p.m., ll. W. Hamilton. St. John's Baptist chureh, 7 p.m.. 1). K. Asburry. Greenwood, s p.m.,B. j tongregat.oo.1 church, , p.m., S. R. Tiobbius. lieid. . LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. Pay up your bets on Blaine. The grand jury was in session yester- day. Leubne a Theater. The Pioneer Mills are again open and manufacturing co'.tsn goods. Hansford's will be open until 1 o'clock to-day. He has fall lines of late period icals. George McNeil will be tried in the Criminal Court to-morrow for malicious cutting. Mails for Mississippi arid Louisiana dispatched via the MissUsippi and Ten nessee railroad. Licenses to marry were issued yester day to Louis Scales and Mrs. Margaret Jones, and Thomas Worthy and Amanda Jamison. Tuesday niht next a mesting nfi col ored people will be held at St. Andrew's church lor th purpose of deliberating upon the political situation. The failure of G. W. Naill is ascribed to powerful opposition, which literally crushed out the smaller dealers. He struggled bravely until the last moment, A handful of fragrant stra vberriee, taken from the three acre patch cf Mr. J. W. Moorehead, were handed to the horti cultural editor of the Appeal yesterday. There will be a called meeting of the Women's Christian Association at 153 Main street, Moudav, November. 17th, at 10 o'clock a.m. A full attendance is re quested . . - ' ' - -ThtT"J5and jury yt6terday found a true bill apainst the netrro rioter, J. W. Moore, charging him with assault with intent to commit murder. He will almost certainly be convicted. The members of the "Young Ladies' Auxiliary of the Young Men's Christian Association' are 'requested to attend a meeting of the Auxiliary on Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock. The two city directories, 8holes's and Dow's, are now about ready for delivery to subscribers. The fprmer places the population at a little over 5i,0CU and the latter at about 43,000. It is nearer 05,000. A social entertainment will be given at the house of Mr. J. C. Johnson, on Poplar street, on Monday evening, No vember 17th. All friends of temperance are ordially invited. No admittance fee required. The Young Ladies' Auxiliary of the Young Men's Christian Association will give a book reception and concert, on Fri day evening, November 2Slh, at 8 o'clock, under the management of Mies Grace D. Matthews. All are invited. The foot race at Olympic Park to-day ought to draw a big crowd. The race be tween two runners of considerable repn; tation. will be a lona Ms oce for a hand; some puree, and a number of wagers have already been made on ths result. The price of admission is trifling. A sumptuous banquet will be given by the German Casino to-morrow evening at the club-rooms, 273 Main street, in celebration of the twenty-sixth anniver sary of that old and popular social order, which embraces amoug its members many of the best and most jovial gentlemen in the eity. The new auditorium of ths First Lres- byterian church will te ready for occu pancy on the ls-st Sabbath m this montu. The Kev. Pr. 11. M. Palmer, ot Nsw Or leans, will be with the pastor in toe serv ices of dedicaticn, which will be held on the second tab'iiali;'ia Pece&n&r, The corrected tima card shows the following changes in the closing of the mails: Somerville accommodation, 3:50 o'clock p.m.; Memphis and Grenada, local and ihrsegb. 3:50 o'clock p.m.; Chepapeake, Ohio and koiithweslern, 10:30 o clock x m ; Kansas City and Mem phis, .):10 o'clock a.m. A meetinr; will be held at Montgom ery, Ala . on the 25th instant to forma Southern league qf baehail cliiba. Mpiu phis will le represented by Mr WiU 'p, liryan, of Nashville, who has been em powered by the management of the club cere to i-asi us vuui an uu qtieauouii tum may come before the meeting. In the Criminal Court yesterday the case of William Jehlin, the young man who shot the railroad engineer in Fort Pickering a few weeks ago, was reset for December 10th, and the jury in the John P. Vettb malicious cutting case returned a verdict ol not guilty ot liia.Kiom cut ting, but guilty cf assault' and battery. Al motion was made lor a new trial. 1 The Young Men's Christian Associa tion will hold goaj.el reet;n3 at the fol lowing places this afternoon at '4 :)jQ o'clock : Jail, led bv C. E. Tate; Hos pital, l?d by W. W. Flynn': Mission Home, led b K. p. Wilcov j arid at their rooms at 4 o'clock p.m , let Lv f.. 1. Jig tea. jr. Tuesday evening at S. o'clock a gqspel meeting for young men takes plaoe at the rooms of the Young Men's Christian As sociation. The Fire Department of Memphis is one of the most enr ient organizations of iU kind in the I nited states. Ibis was demonstrated on 'f hursdsy evening at tUd fire at No: 233 Second street, which might have been a large conflagration had not the i ire Department been on hand as quick as it was. The fire was put out wun tbe mbcock alone, wituout bringing in requisition tbe engines of the vanois stations, anu a fine block of boildings was saved trora destruction by tire. O. C. Parsons, of Pulaski, who arrived yesterday 'm.lh !vi wite and eight cb.il- dren, complained "St imi i,a 1 ar.rtsra mat he nad Dcen roooeu oi isu ay tntee unknown men on the platform of one of the coaches of the train whirh makes the transfer from the Pierson to tbe Memphis and Jsiarls,stpn deot. They attempted to rob two other men, imt ko'.t wonld-be victims threatened to shoot;' and' they ran oil. The fire which drove & C. Toof & (Go. from their cramped quarters on Court g'rret ' tome wontLs ago ra a benefit rather than a disaster, as it was the cuaa of their taking a lea$e of a considerable portion of the A? res block, one of the handsoaeat bui'.iirgs in the city. The firm occupies four fl'Xis and basement on the corner of tne alley, and have just completed extensive improvements which makes their bouse one cf tbe meet com plete, if not the most complete establish ment of the kind in the Smth. The job printing, lithographing and binding they turn cut is equal to any that ever comes to the city, and Messrs. Toof & Co. have reason to we ro;;4 ?' their success. The uotortous Mary Jocus a. uipd in tbe Criminal Court yesterday for Isr ceny from the person, and sentenced to tli ltd years in the penitentiary. Alary ia about eighteen years of age, of a copper color, rather stoat and as active as a cat She was first arrested about four year ago for stealin a lot of clothing from her euisiioec, and since that time Las been a constant source oi aunovancs to the no- lice. She became one of ike most incorri Ei iM lf all tha nattw thinvna ftf tha i-itr- t pver drank whisky and seemed to ve only cna niani for dress. Picking pockets has been her iofl. She ireqnentsd tourt Square, and about once a : rnonlh managed to get pear enough to some man with money in hi pocket to get it from him. When arrested ahe would own up, but was never prosecuted because tha chief witne would neoesteilly oonpro mite hlnjf'.f by testifying. Onos Judge Iis.idan ' ; her on th rook pile est gen eral Jilcd. etraped, and, don- nt- a'tire. nau".l to ''iJe arrct for several weeks. She was finally "taken in" and served out the remainder of her sentence as the driver of a city cart, wear ing the suit she had on when arrested. last man sne roDoea was obliged to a bond for his appearance, and his testimony convictea ner. PERSONALS. J. P.. Bakbk. of Dversburg, visited the Cotton Exchange yesterday. Col. D. M. Wilson, formerly editor and proprietor of the Fort Smith Neva, is in the city. .' R. . SisowDKM ami wife left last night for New York via the Louisville and Nashville. town. Mas. Jambs S. Robinsok and daughter returned to the city yesterday and are at the new family residence, 103 Madison street. Cn AKi.ua M. Spickb, who has been visiting friends in this city for the past few days, will leave Monday evening for Nashville. Cards are out announcing the marriage of Miss Beatrice, eldest daughter of Mr. L. H. Sellars, formerly connected with the Memphis and Charleston and the Missis sippi Central railroads, and Mr. Fred O. Howe, to take place at Pensacola, Fla., November l'Jth. The young lady has a number of friends in this city, acquired on a recent visit in company with her father. Ouv and Charles Leber, the well- known fresco artists, having finished their engagements in Memphis, are getting ready to return to Louisville. "We think our people ought not to let such talented artists leave our city, as there should be, by the number of fine residences aud other buildings, enough work to induce them to locate here permanently. Their work in town has been very mcch ad mired, and we hope they will soon be called back again among us. Thb Rev. C. A. Smith, colored, of Bloominedale, 111., for many years a lead ing Republican of that Stat", but who, as an Independent opposed to Blaine's the assistance of the Democratic party and labored earnestly for the election of Cleve land, is in the city in attendance at the conference of the African Methodist Epis copal Church now m session, and win speak at a mass-meeting of the colored people on Tuesday night. He is a forci , ble speaker, and will no doubt make a telling ami timely speech. AMUSEMENTS. The PrlTssl Hetrrrtnry At Leubrie's Theater Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday and at matinee Wednes day a Madison Square company will pre aant their great success, The Private JSecre iini Th Time. I Irmncrat. at Tfew Orleans. wilere the play has been very successful weiik. devotee half a column to a criticism of it. That journal says: "A great deal of curiosity was felt hero to witness the new departure of the Madison Sqoare Theater in presenting a play the direct opposite of the sentimental school of productions which they bare always given, hence there was a large and select audience at the Academy of Musie last niRht to enjoy The I'rivate Secretary. The Slay, which is correctly termed a farelcal eome y, bad such a run in London that it wss secured by the Rev. Mr. Mallory for his Madison Squire Theater, notwithstanding the fact that a clergy- m.n ere.tM the fan of the nieee. The new as. parture proved a success, however, and the same 'Mnor'al audiences' that attended the mild dra mas formerly produced now laugh at the uproar ious fan of the innocent preacher. The fun ia eaiiKeil hv 'Donirlas Catterinole. a young fellow sowing his wi'd oa's, assuming the character of I the Iter. KoDort epauiaing. wno nss neon sens for to assume the position of private secretary to 'Mr. Maryland.' a country tauira. Ihe aenuine preacher makes bis aprearanoe. and is abu el a. a milksop by 'Mr, Cattormole,' the rich East In dian uncle, who, having been somewhat of -a scapegrace himself in his young days, is anxious to nnu his nephew a young man ol that descrip tion. He meets the disguised nephew at the squire s bouse, and discovers that notwithstand ing bis clerio.l robes he is the kind of man he should have liked hia nephow to be. At this bouse the complications begin by the arrival of a tailor, who has a bill for young 'Catteruiole.' in order to keep him quiet his aubition is gratified and he is introduced as a distinguished friend. The private secretary and his friend, 'Harry,' nepUe-r- of the (quire, are having a jolly time with -Edith. 'the souire's daughter, and 'Era.'hor friend, two charming girls, who prefer fun to study. Just at this moment the real clergyman arrives, and the elorts of the young men to keep him out of the way for fear of discovery, and tbe ancle, because be is ashamed of him, keep tbe audience screaming with laughter. The audience last night was pleased from the first, and the in terest in the play never nagged a moment Opening of Asaembljr Ball. A grand banquet and full dress hop qnder the auspices ot the Young Men's Hebrew Association will take place to night, being the occasion of the opening of their new and elegant hall, recently constructed at the corner of Union and Second sirtuLs, of which a description has already been pu Diss tied in tne appeal. To-night's event will be one long to be re membered by the members of tne associa tion and their friends. Putnam. Kato Putnam p'evs Thursday, Friday and iSaturday of this week, presenting Lena, the Madcap, Thursday night and Saturday matinee. Old Curiotitu Shop Fri day, aud Little SunHowsr Saturday night sale ol seats luesday. Tbe Fe-eple'a Tbealer. The Four Emeralds Consolidation com mence an engagement ol one week to morrow night. They are one of the best companies on tne road. Tneir olio is sparkling with novelties. The o instrel scene is splendid, iney also produce their new Irish comedy, Ambition, which has proved such a success wberever it has been produced FI5E FCRXITUEE. Elea-aat Display Artistic Goods Made by Mitcoelt at Brjrsoa. To those w' o are desirous of furnishing their homes in an artistic manner and at the same time at a reasonable rate, the stock of furnitnre, rngs, carpets, shades and general house.fqrnishing goods which Mitchell A llrjson now nave on nana offers rare inducements. This house takes a pride in the reputation it has earned of being the leading house in that line of business in Memphis, and is determined to sustain it. ! Excelsior! The ArrsALrejoiceo in the phenomenal success of Mr. J. N. Mulford, the jeweler, but possessing, as he does, in the highest degree that rare combination of talent, in duitry and int'ority, it can be no surprise to bis many friends. With a firm adher ence to hi ru e of "nothing charged except to reliable burine firms" (in this his pluck is to be admired )', he is able to give his bustomers the benefit of a collector's sal ary, also cash discounts. The splendor of his establish rncnj;" in the Marble r Block Sit Mais, wi.h its elegant stock of diamonds, watch es, jewelry and silverware is now one of the attract ic us of the city. , Yon wfll find Mr. Mulford and his asistants courteous and obliging. It Will pay you to Inspect his stock and I rices. Twelve IlaiidMMiie DECORATED DINNER SETS At half price. WM. JACK A SONS. KAKM sSrEIKEUG'.iJ GRAND NEW STORE, 169, in and lr.t Mala Street, roraer fopiar, . . rra- I.ealiy the "onlv original:' cheap tirst clafts dry goods house. We sell DAM AG ED goods, burnt goods, wet goods, sheri it 's sale goodn, auction peremrttt ory Gale goods, fine goods generally bought at a must-be-sold price. 15c, double-fold gray elegant De beige, 15c; 12o, single-width best grey Debeige, 1-jo and 15c; 25c and 39c, all-wool fine colored Cashmeres, 25c and 30; ; 35: and 43c, elegant any shade a a tins "5c snd -'0c ; r0c snd 7"c, Gros u rain excellent Klaca billc, d.- . ST,irlb I Skirts aud Cloaks! Cloaks 1 $1, finest Quilted isklrts, 91 ; 75c, good quality Satin Quilted Skirts, 75c; $5, grand Russian Fur-Tiimmed Circulars, $5; $8 and $10, finest Satin Dolmans, $7 50 and $10; if 10, one Seal-Skin Sacque, not Flush, $40 ; $50, one Seal Skin Dolman, not Plush, $50. We have only one o! each of these garments. Cannot replace at $100. flannels I r lunneii hu& x',aiert J 5c," cood Canton Flannel, 5's j IOj; our 10c Canton is as thick as leather, 10c; 50, extra good quality Water proof, 50c. 'TP "-ot enumerate all articles in our vas 'establishment, oi wave we an editor to "write us up," nor do we tropose to enrich the newspapers by flaming "whole page" advertisements, but will give the benefit to our cus tomers direct, pal early to avoid the rn3h.' Don t puy Velvet?, Cashmeres, Silks or I aces until yon haye priced onrs. liAll.V A FUE1BEKG, . t'erner Mala aad Poplar. Hats Tor Everybody. Hats and hats and hats, chapeaus and caps for walking men and riding men, traveling men and stay-at-homes can hs foend in an infinite varietv at the ele- gint e.tauiisniueDt of AiarUa CaLen, uti ; der the S or.-hain ilouse. tiis custrui is ' constantly increasing, and he has now one of tbe best retail establishments in the ' city. Every man in Memphis who wears a hat kuotrs Martin Cohen, and knows he can supply the best, most stylish and theapeat hats. V nTaS"tLi. a:olr orto hf mnmt Am sirable lines of bedroom suits and other goods ever offered In Memphis, at rock- bottom cricea. 4S. BKAITIB A CO.. 3ta Mais Btr 1 Oorru lnperfection, ''Java Blend," S5o per pognd. City Tea Store, a3a Main atreat. Eeber Ilrotk, Freaco AaHLAla. Hoack'a Moaio Store, SS9 Main atri.t. J Walsh, Vtdertakry I THEEVEOFVICTORY! For many years we hare been kept-out of our rightful share of the Dry O.ods Trade in this ' Our trade for the past two months points out the way to assured success. " The victory is within our grasp, and w pro pes. to hold on. We don't ear. a cent for the profit lo long as we get and held the trade. We shall neglect no honest means to win. Our great battle is to be fought in the next two weeks. ; We propose to double our last year's magnifi cent business. Like the great Democratic party, we have been waiting some time ; but we a-e nearly there and we are not going to be counted out. IF ClOODj CAN DO IT, We will dolt! IF PRICES WILL ACCOMPLISH IT, We will accomplish it! i IP DESERTING WILL GET IT, We will get it! We will do better for you than all other can or will do THEREFORE GOUE! You shall bt welcomed royally, be fairly treated and loaded with Bargains, besides have the best I thanks of Y0UK FELLOW-CITIZENS. ri&E.G.Kremer&Co OVERSTOCKED MANUFACTURERS ltound to Sneriflee FOR READY CASH. 5000 Yards English Plaid Dress Goods at 10c 7000 Yards Matlassey Dress Goods at !c. S3 Pieces 44-inch Plaid Dress Goods at 48c. 20 Piecea All wool, 1 yards wide, Ladies' Cloth, all shades, at Hoc. 1000 Yards Assorted English Suitings, 10, 12), 15c 260 Pieces 42-inch, all wool Black Cashmere, 48, bo, 64 and 7c, best value ever sold in the city. 200 Dozca Josephine Seamless, 4 and 6 button Kid Uloves, nt l and l -':. Foster's 5 hook Gloves at $1. 100 Dozea ' 150-bone French Corsets at 05c. " 50 Dozen"" . - Jersey Jackets at 95c. 100 Pieces Heavy 10-4 Bleached Sheeting at 21c. 125 Dozea Loom Damask Towels at 10c 50 Dozen Ladies' full regular, all wool Hose, 33c 50 dozen Ladies' Ingrain Hose, Beam- j less, at 2oc. 500 Dozen Assorted Gents', Ladies'. Misses' and Children's Hose, bouuht as a job and will be sold at a bar gain. Loo: al them. UNDERWEAR. Cotton Underwear. Merino Underwear, Wool Underwear, Wnite Underwear. Colored.Underwar. Red Underwear, Men s Underwear, Ladies' Underwear. Children's Underwear. From inspection of prices quoted bv others, we have the goods and our prices lead the market. Come and Bee them. Blankets. 100 pairs 11-4 Blankets, $1 90, former price. 52 40. 100 pairs 12-4 Blankets, 13 50, worth $4 50. Bed Comforts from T'c up to $4 Red Twills, Bine Twills, WhiteTwill, liny Twills. Brown Twills. Plain White, Plain Red, Plain Gray, Plain Bine, All at reduced prices. 12 1-2C ' Will bnv the best Canton Flannel in the market at that price. -Winter Skirts and SnawIsJ Bnvine all troods strictly for csb. and in larger quantitiea than any other honse in our line, enables us to offer many cash bargains unapproachable. iiuxteu nnos. Wanted. Waistmakers, siurtmakers, skirt trim mers. Appy Monday before 10 :S0 o'clock. M. A B. G. KRKMEtt & CQ. COJIBIXATfOJ." DRESS PATTERNS. EXTRiORDIURT 8AL3 AT iJE.VKE.VS, To-morrow we place on sale over 1000 Silk and Velvet Combination Dress Patterns at about half their value ; also 1500 fine imported wool fabrics in com binations, equally low, A CHAXCE FOR ALL To get a fine and very little money. elegant dress for 1JQXK THE PRICES. 143 patterns Satin Corkscrew and Brocade for t If 75 ; former price, $30. I On patterns heavy Gros Grain Silk, with Brocaded Silk Velvet, for $16 SO; former price $27 50. 75 patterns heavy Rep Silk with Silk Velvet novelty $23 ; former price $37 50. 50 patterns extra heavy Satin Rhad ame with an elegant Paris covety $1"7 ; former price $M 4ti patterns Tricot Novelty Silk with hand-cut Velvet to match, $31 75; former price $49. 38 patterns choice Silk novelties in the very newest effects, $46 75 ; former price $tlo. At A5c full line of evening Satins. At 98c all Silk Satin Rhadame, new- C8t BaaAClOA At $1 48 Brocaded Silk Velvet, else where $2. At $1 Black Silk Velvet, worth $1 50. At V"c the best ?1 25 colored Silk in the merket. i ' Combination Pattern IN FIXE WOOL FABRICS. , , - i a 250 patterns Cheviot effects and small checks at $4 50, usual retail priee $7. 190 embroidered Kibe Patterns, de signed and embroidered expressly for Menken Brothers, at $12 50, worth f ally $20. 160 Combination Patterns in all the new colorings, at $9 75, regular retail price $15. 21) select Embroidered Robes, in all the fashionable shades, at $17 50, usual retail price $28. 38 assorted Combination Patterns ia tbe very choicest imported fabrics, at $18 75, regular retail price $30. At 4 Sc. double-wii'th r.U-xvopt La dies' Cloth, aoiu (rsnerally'at retail for 75c. Look at it. HEX ILEX'S. We are showing in our Silverware and China Department, elegant 'col lections of articles suitable for Wan Dixa PaxscxTS. Every lady should read our Gajun Advertiseuxxt, top of thia page. Jeweler and ISnrraT' 014 nld wcrtaaV 71 to Uoe pins, c rLifLB cDiiZ GEAKB FALL AID ILNTBR IOVELTIES! This week we will TOE THE HI ARK and show the People of Memphis the GRANDEST Till nTi iTSNTfl T?3T7 W ffiffifnmt A AN tv-We also have on haiid lots only one or two of a kind tvhich we will sell at tne B3TV make a specialty of Children's ODD JACKETS, PANTS SOL E3!-AlX-iXjE7 B. EOH EXSTEIS A BROS. ROSIERT DEPARTMENT. BARGAINS FOR MONDAY. Ladies' solid-colored Cotton Hose, full regular, ingrain colors, 25c- a pair. Ladies' dark fancy Striped Cotton Hose, full regular, new styles, 25: a pair. Two small lota remaining of those chil dren s School Iloeiery. Children's French-ribbed Cotton Hose, fall regular, double heela and toes, from 0 to8i. two pair for 50c The genaioeCommoB-Sense Cotton School Hose, sizes 6j, 7 and 7 only, two pair for 75c GLOVE DEPARTMENT. Ladies' and Misses' - Dressed and Undressed Button, Laced and Mousqnetaire Kids, In all Lengths and Shades. Dressed and Undressed Kid Gauntlets, - Black and Colors. Our stock of ladies' and Children's Taffeta, Silk ard Braided Cashmere Gloves cannot be equalled. SHOE DEPARTMENT. We are showing a large stock of French novelties in Shoes and Slippers of our own importation from the famous factories Le Fort Blanc and Le Roy, of Paris, including Satin Slippers of tbe most exquisite designs in all shades. The Le Fort Kid Boot has no superior for style and wear. We have all sizes in Black and Bronze Kid and Black Satin. Recognising the wants of our numerous customers for a good and stylish boot st a comparatively low price, we will shov to-morrow (Monday) a full line ot Curroco Kid Button Boots at the standard price of 50, and will guarantee them to be equal in any respect to any $3 50 .Shoe in the market. Attention is particular')- called to our large stock of Gents' Velvet Em broidered, Alligator and Goat Slippers, which we display in anticipation of a large holiday trade. There never has been such a line of these goods shown in Memphis. - J ' " ' " LADIES? SUIT DEPART MEXT. Qur entire line of Ladies' Black Silk Costumes reduced 33 per cent. All cf our Ladies' Brocaded Velvet and Silk Combination Costumes re duced 33J per cent 150 rich colored Silk and Velvet Cos tumes, reduced to 50c on the dol lar, as follows : 50 Dresses worth $25 to $35 each, re duced to $18. 50 Dresses worth $45 to $5 each, re duced to $27 50. 50 Dresses worth $50 to $05 each., re. duced to $37. 'HQ. ' Ladies Black Cashmere Dresses, fifty choice styles, 34 to 44 bust, reduced 25 per cent. Ladies' colored Cashmere and Cloth tailor-made Dresses, $7 50 to $15 each, were $15 to $30 each. Ladies' best Flannel Wrappei,in pray, mixed, pla'ds or stripes! worth $$ 50 to $10 each, reduced to one price, $5 50 each. r Best Tycoon- R?p Wrappers, choice patterns, reduced from $4 to tl -i, each. ,'"'' Bet Calico rappers, c. -Best 'Perca'e Mother Hubbard and Princess Wrappers, 75c Our superb stock of Ladies' Wra ps, inr rludjng our own importation of Short Dolmans, :iai tee, Plush barques. Plush Pelisses, Paletot, Silk and Cloth New markets nnd Union Circulais reduced fully 25 per cent. R. XOWEXSTEIX &. Bit OS. Cirain and Peed . At close figures, large or email orders. No. 1 Howard's row, corner Front and L'aion. Telephone No. 187. ALSTOJf, CROWELL k CO. Do Xot Fail to Attend The opening sale at auction Monday night of watches, jewelry and silverware at ?05 Main street, as goods alwajs sell low at first sale. - Special Notice. Having severed my conhe'etion with the Hall's Safe and Lock ' Company, and con nected myself with the Diebold Safe and Lock esmpany, of Canton, U., as special agent for the sale of Fire aad Burglar Proof Safes and all work manufactured by them, I wi'l be' pleased to meet my friends and those desiring an j thing in my line at my headquarters, in the efftcs of Orgill Bros. $ Co A. tUKKETT. the Cottage Gallery. The excellent photographs being made at this popular gallery are proving satis 'actory to all customers. Prof. Gebhardt ia an active, enterprising man, under standing his business, and knowing tbat good work at low prices is bound to at tract attention. Elegantly arranged . urea for Christmas r5eni8 will receive the most careful attention. The Gettage Gallery baa all tha !aiii;uw, a well as competent tforkau. ' Victor D. Fusbi. To those who are at all fastidious in their tastes the prince of caterers, Victor D. Fuchs, is a benefactor. Ha has, at all times, dainties which no epicure could despise, and his arrangement? ;r such that he i enab'ei o fcieei any demand that tuay r made upon him at 39 and 41 JatTerson street for fish, game, oysters, vegetables, poultry or eggs. Stencils and ttavWr MangM. Ordera promptly filled at 310 aaoond street. ' ju u stwutin. eo and AdnUra. Tha A oast piano aver oronght to thai market, and a real work of art, inow oa exhibition at Hollcnberg's, No. t Mala atreet, ' -t aajTTf tU.TOWA Wif -S to - bla "; 7 ' a"4, hi , .11 CONSISTING OF and CHEAPEST STOCK OF 1- ' ia. IMMENSE STOCK 100 AXL-WOOIs FINE CASSIMERE DRESS and BUSINESS SUITS, which are broken WHICH WE PLACE ON LOCAL NOTICES. But your Shirts at May's. But try pure sure Hope Soap. Givb y-mr children Smith's Worm Oil. Call and tee the lovely Baby Grand Hollenberg. Flippin & Flippiw, attorneys, 41 Madi son street. Fob fine teas, choicest coffees and pure spices go to the City Tea Store, 339 Main. If you want something good to drink, or a fine cigar, call at 86 Main street, Fred McGowan's. Thb latest novelty in ladies' slippers is the. Parisian opera jnst arrived at VOEUKLI i CO.'ri., 271 Main at. Tub Herbal Chill Cure, the best tonic and anti-periodio knntrn. A certain and sure core for chills. Price tl per bottle. ecd stamp for ciroulnrs. Any reference gives. Address John C. Ruckar, Lrnehbarg, Va. Piakos sitD Oegaks, slightly damaged by fire, w!i be sold it one-half cf original cost for tbe next few days. Call scon at E. A. Benson's Music Store, opposite tbe i'eabodr Hotel. - The Chesapeake, Ohio and Southwest ern railroad has Pnliinan palace sleeping cars on all night trains. Two passenger trains daily. No change of cars between Memphis and Louisville. Attestiox, inutic teachers and every one. Sheet Musk and Music Bioks, slightly darnsged by Cre, will be sold as follows: Five, ten, fifteen and twenty pieces for $1; original prices from thirty cents to $3 each. Call soon at E. A. Ben son's Music Store, opposite tbe Peabody Hotel. 4 Toe attention of the Uaveling public is called to the chance cf schedule on the Mississippi and Tennessee railroad. On and after Sunday, the 10th instant. New Orlears mail will leave at 4:50 o'clock p.m , arriving at New Orleans next morn ing at ! o'clock ; leaves New Orleans at 5:5 ) o'clock in. and arrives at Memphis at 9:45 o'clock the following u ornirg A grand brzir ai d mtihicol festival opens tcmnrrow night at the Kuights of Innisfail Uall, c rner Second and Jeffer son ttreeti?, for tho benefit of SL Peter'a church. The rffrrt of the ladies and the success which has attended their tfforts indicate that te biiir wi 1 ba a success financially as well as sociallv. Tbe musi cal and dramatic department is ia 1 Hi ient bands, and prom'Sos to result in one of the richest treats of the reason. The lunch-room ii under apable manage ment, aud the wish.-9 of the most fastidi ous will ba g.a'illei. Dinners will be served daily by the 'adxs. A?l of our citizens ciuV attend the bszir and give a helping hind to o'd Peter's BEAL ESTATE TRAXS FEES. S. P. Locke and site tl the Cjle Manu facturing i'jmpauy, part of lot 100, south side of Broadway street', 94x300 feet, for $1800. S. . Locke and wife to W. I. Cole, lots 14 and 15 and north .13-i feet of lot 11, Pcton's subdivision, for $1(500 50. R. R. II Hall and wife to E.'L. Webber, 100 acres in range K, section 3, eleventh surveyors district, for $5G0. Auction. A. Goldsoll, importer ami jobber of, watches, diamonds, iewelry, clo kf, etc., also agent jir the we of Wm. Bogers & Sons' "siiver-pUted war, . has opened at 206 Main street a full line of the above goods. Gold and 6ilver watches, dia monds, solid gold jewelry r f all descrip tion, lrid Richards and Blood A Co. 'a B. P j ;we?ry clocks. In fat a full line of fi.-fct-clsss goods, AH new 8tyles. No oldgoo;',s. Dfreot tnm first hauds, and will be sold at anction. Slo commences Monday Light, November 17tb, at 7:30 o'clock, and will continue day and even ing nmil ihe entire, otook is sold. Call and examine this stock. Goods open for inspection Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Sale commences at 7:30 o'clock sharp Monday night. a. goldsoll. I. hoc Curtainsi A specialty at Memphis Steam Laundry, 224 Second street. . Hill, Fontaine & Co., Sjle agents for Home Stomach Bitters, Hom9 Sanative Cordial. Suld free of Untied Statt$ tpecia,l tu Tbe P'lliiiv Bo Staoed. One ot the greatest objections to custom made shoes is, that wbea the proper style is once found it is a difficult matter to ch tain an exact fit. This objection has: been entirely overcome bjr Mecrs. 4. Hill A Co., on thd corner, of Main and Union streets, who have on band, at all times, a variety of boots and shoes cf almost in finite extent, and made in the mast fash ionable stylus. Contractors, Take Xotlce, Tents, flies, tarpaulins, cots rod mat tresses, and everything ceo led Ijt outfits at St. Louis prices, at H. ButteaU-rg ., 231 Second street. Telephone No. 44. Bath! BaHi.! Bntli s ! Clear water, tresh air, w.irci ronos. Baths ot all descript;oa, tt the Turkiah Bath-Uouse, N'j. '222 Second stieet, near Adams. Is there is any one ma ,iij. (acaarvea patronage 0 tu iianda' oi the working men oi Memphis it is Fred McGowaa, the clever and courteous proprietor of the saloon corner of Main and Commerce streets. Call and aee him. Cleaning and Dyeing. Ladies' and gents' clothes cleaned ajr dyed in any color: ostrich feathers, laea curtains, by Louis Kiegel, Nr.. 58 Jefferson street, tionua rswsiivmi hr GLBBGP. eSr METTE Special krgins oa Monday. BLlfK D1EIM StM. All qualities and styles, plaia and figured, at a 'ight advance oa New York eost, s'arting at 12e. FAKCT DBCarS GSSM. All wool Cashmema, all-wool Plaids, Satin Berber, all-wool Aranree, Body Cashmeres, and an endless variety ef other Dress Materials, at lower prices than ean be found slsewhere. Velvet, Velveteen asd Satin fe trim mings. Table Liai, Towels and NwViaa at ErT.li reduction fur aodAy only! t;rtii.isxaai4 vsioa sun At a big redaction ta close. Full Una of Jerseys jasl in. OEBRER A METTE, 07 Mala Slrv.1. m Tub fiueet piano ever Vrcught to UaU city u ccw &nuuuouion at MOLLBKBaBO'B. Stencila and Bnbker 6'taatpa. Orders promptly filled at 310 Second street. A. v. hahkbi.iko. DBS. JL WESSON & SQ3, ITo. Unln fitreet. Farm Hands Fumlslied, A T law rates of traasporaittoc, frca 9aora -Jk. ana arattiuaruca.- ta r - oja oi Ilea. ipllH.'tos -f.-a . la y . 1 nat a ) nnu. EXPOSITION OF NEW CLOTHING IN AMERICA ! ' io)F.fii(ii a m it TO SELECT FROM! Uniform Price of $9 former and OVERCOATS. We likewise SALE AT SACRIFICE PRICES ! MEMPHIS Heboid Safe Slock Co. A Full Line of Safes on Hand. avcOrdsra solicited for Fire and Burglar Proof Safe. Vaolt Fronts, Vaalt Llnlnet, Combiaatloa and lime Leeks, Deposit Boxes, Burglar Chests, Kaiiruad and Kxpiess Messenger Boxes. ORGILL BROTHERS & CO., GEIJ'L AGENTS v Nos. 310313 Front Street Momphli, Tenn. aVMr. A. BENNETT, formerly of Hall's Safe and lock Co , havl ig resigned his position wltk that firm, ean be found at oar office superintending ths tiara Peiaroient ef the Diebold Sate and tors; Ce., where ha a ill be pleased to meet parties desiring anything in ibat line or famish information rjertaMnMsutsjtrslorJr . XI. T. COOPER. Late wild Brooks, Neely 3t Co. a. W. CROW I. LI., Late with E. C. Buchanan k Co. ALSTON, CROWELL & CO. And Comniission Merchant. Hay, Corn Oat, Bran, Chop Feed. Uil-Meal. Lime. Cement, Plaster, Building aud Fire Brick, '. Cor. Front and Union, No. 1 Howard's Row, Memphis. IMPAKl' A DELIGHTFUL and BEFKESIUJiU FHAGUAJitE to the BKEATU WITu 1 1 17RADK MARK BEQISTIRKD.) CHEWOCS gum:. Ferat! la ewcry where. Vrle Hat sa Klata, is i aaa t-aarecuaaesa ar Baesapnla, srer SOI. COLEStAX. ToititIiU. Tenn. TH09. KISK, Prasldeat, n L. KISK, President. H. C Kin i i n Men MANUFACTURING CO. GALVANIZED IRON WORK, TIN, IE0N AND SLATE ROOFING Iron Fences, Metal Skylights. . TaUPHOSI He. SOI. . 436 and 438 Main St., and 21 and 23 Kulberrv St. Memnhift. StS,BTO W. M. Jnns t rjames Tks. Jr. D.T. POKTEB, tm & 1MKM Saconaora to POETEK, TAn.-OB A C0n Oottom Factors AMD tSO. 800 F&OITT ST3.EET. t . t MXTtUTPFIXS. TEWT" FeoDles Oftce 16 Madison CASH CAPITAL, - aS-Insures all Classes of Merchandise, W. M. FAnni7ff-4X.aT, lraiiaa. PLANTERS IliSURMCE COLIPANY OFFICII TJf COMPANY'S IitILIIU, 11 MADISON, MEMPniH. . T. rOTK, Preat. I 'HO. OWKatTOS, Jr. VleoPraVt. . 1. Bain, Itoevctaty. S, of Brooks, Heely k C. ikATU, of W. B. Gal breath k Co, las I aeodbar A Co OVaiTtil. Ja., Capitalist. All kiada ef Property Insured. Bpeeial I.aalrr ktaraa. at reasonable rates. Cosasaenred knsiness In 1H7. LllKSKri P ATI? i. A Poojo Oouinaar. wersnn.tfnllr ass rnnrstr.nr.. A. VACOARO & CO, WHOLESALE LIQUOR SEALERS 273 AJrri2SO FTtOWTP ALL rTOjT;SLTKEDr peer n Xoi. 7i$77-79-81-83.S5 N. W. SPEERS, The LARGEST and ONLY COMPLETE GIN in tfto cftr- TheBest Sample and Yield Ouartitfted. FAMABOH. 3. A. HUNT. U. C. 1US13I. K. A. AKiKfc. . L. WOODnHtS. J. T. FARGftSBfj fc CO. Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors, 883 'iVont Street, Memphla, Tenn. Oottoa eeatlta. W as will area or oarefal atUntloa. We carry at all times a wall-saleeted .testa Staple aad Fancy Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and CIgirs, sail will aall sus l..w as tha Isweat. ILevee GontractoFsl Jacobs' Patent Bolted Barrows, Columbus Solid Steel Scrapers, Columbus Kon.u PIowsv Rootes, Parrent & SpeedHARDYARE, 80Min aitreet.. :xT(ieiaznAxri w "m price from $14 50 to $25." bare broken lols la this line. AGENCY 1. R. AL1TOK, Late of Batasville, U1m to tlralrrs will ae BaBssllesI br Waal-ala ana H0SKINS, Serretary. KKLLTJM, Sop't i 9 GEO. I. i f on M an W Wnvtrmar. It O Orave. m r r U. W. 2IACBAE. Co. Street, Memphis, Tenn. - $200,000 Storehouses, Churches and Dwelling.' Insurance II. T. EEMSIOX. Vlrr.lrrlil.nl. TT. I- PABItEK, Wrtarr. R. L. COrTTIf of Dlllard k OoBts. J. K. JWI, f J. K. tiodwia k Oe. 1). I. I'OttlKR, of Porter A Maeras. aitentlea also siren to Insnrinc ISwelll. RwslllaM. STTyT" TVTT:VTPTTts. ACIaUnj,7 mm i Tanee street, Jr., PROPRIETOR. MernnMs,,