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JOHN LILLYi CUOCEIl, INo. 338 Second St., CORNER OF TTWTOtf. H . DESOTO Insurance and Trust Co. OP MEMPHIS, Offloi la Crnnrsny's Building, Ho At M.din fc treat. CAPITAL. 0300,000. ' Board of Director. WM M. PASSIROTOR, JORR JORKSOS, i "". awLiua, w. a- oalssbatr, 0l.OIHJCR. O.W.OOTRR, W. B. SSIKSLAW. W. W. rBKIHOTO!, President, J. 0. LON BDALK. Bsoretary. This Company Insures f Unit lou by Fir, Marin and Hirer Hislis. HERNANDO, INSURANCE COMPANY, No. 17 Madison Street.1 THIS COMPANT 18 NOW DOING A GEN oral Insurance Business. Itestook is owned br our city m.reheuta nd business men. ill aim U to do Ufa local bu.inee-to thy ad i vantas of both lha Company and Ua Policy B0li!rB. WIM-IAHMOlf, President, a. II. miKMOHH, vlse-Presldenti UKS. MA V, Secretary. DI11KOTOTW t A VACCARO. 8. H. DUNSCOMB. , P." P.! WILLI AMSON. M. L. M ACn AM. T. MAEAUft T0D; HERCDAMS'WSURAXCE COMFY, CAPITAL t $200,000. OFFICE: 19 MADISON STREET, MEMPHIS, TEHIIESBHB. nr rieits: LM'DIVITT, F.W.SMnH, R.IMRHR. President. Vlet-Prse't. Secretary. DIllOTOIt! U. McD AVITT. W. B. WAtDRAN. . aWThe Stock of tha ComrnT Is omnti by o7MarahanUaiidiBfl.nai Mfo. and It la. In "cry re-pect, folly Identified with tba interests oftht'comn-any. WANTS. ITANTED - COUNTY WRRANTS. -W Bifbt prioa paid itSU Jeff'r-on OnmmRraial Hot!. BI T WANTKD-A KiitflDKMU. ax manenYtenant. House ennUinlnsfoor to m iwdu preferr-d. with .table and baWy bo,!e?."n Either 'opto. AlfUm-, imcvi H""v- " . esjSF niU'Wf " ' ' ' - l sr AH 1 KD.-A S M ALU WO A. " if 'V two or thr-e rooms. IbeMeioireiereno. In."wVwou.d to tha ouinsre oriu". -ir r u HnBiiiT.viunctnmen. T m. "'" ' P., X vp... - ,1, TirANTKD A NO. 1 UK X uuuu' dhhco ' IV inn one that understands the Sho Bat - I noes esrred. at No. 169 Main street, corner NOTICES. TOtTcK TH EC OF 'A RTN ER8 H IP II E R P N tofore exiitinR betwwn tha undersigned is toil day dissolved by mutual consent, fleo. W Scott will continue the Move and Tin Bus, InesYai Mine P'e- "" "M bcriaed to MUlo BP toe buainey 0gf tb. ennMrn. oitnRHK W. SCOTT. rlKlMjBWAirLnBj2aKBY IOTIFIKD 1 nai to trade for a note eaaontod hy me on the 11-m Pf July. 1867. for flva hu.dred dollara. B.rable Vo the llih day of January, 1880 raVTA,Whitmor...Jm;in.tt A. Whltmore, x u. "- K. WTfTTMORW. 62 w PUBLIC SALB PF CHELSEA Storehouse and Eesidence. On Saturday,' November 2ht, . AT 1 O'CLOCK M., ; Upon the premise!, we will sell to tha hlfheat bidder, the ralaalle 8T0REH0USB AND FAMILT RESIDENCE, now owned, and for merly ocoupied, by Mr. A. J. Marrruff, on the watt tide of Second itreet.and north of Green law street. The Storehouse la well flaiahed, and U a fine itand for business, with comforta ble residence attached. TERMS Half cash ; balance In 12 months, with Interoit. leourcd by Trust Deed. TITLR PERFECT, and free from any in cnmbrancf: ' Tenant Wanted , FOR A- Residence and ; Garden, " NEAR THE CITY. Oat f the most dasirabla rasldeneaa. within , Urea milee of tha oily, with Larra Garden, well supelied with arery Tariety af itock for Market Uardea, Select Orchard, and tea or fifteen acre for field culture, can be had by GOOD TENANT. Team. proTtoder and ateatll ean be had with tb. place. To JJuilders t Wanted A House Built, Oaalaeartbe aity.U be paid forlnaome at tae llandsemaet LoU an Daalap aveawa, Jut eatiie tha aorporatioa Ua. Balldinf aad property en a strict buiaeaa aaah ralaa. IOISIEB, TRFZEYAXT & CO., AnctioneerM. PUBLIC LEDGER. ' .(. ...!., . Offloet. No. I a rVr.dlon Htreot. Mitfiks'f'Ti IT! CI RClLATJOSi HUSMPHIHt tarda? Evaalas-, 14. ISM. THE OITY. Meuorologlcal Obiarvationi. (laroaras at aowiao aolmmitr.) Norember IS, 80". 1 , fl.M. ., , 9 .K. Tb.rmom.ter............. Sl' JIroineUr...-. S0 I7 Wind N.K. S.K. J.B. Weather Fair. Fair. Fair. PiTTiBono and Kentucky coal tod gai coke. Brown k Jonei, office 282 Main treat, Bathell Blook.' - t Arrival aad Daparlar al Train. -MiaiiMirn rd trrrksrir litnoi. New Orleans eiprasa, dally. XOOr.u. SUir.H. Bardlsaocom'n.ai. Sunday, 8:30 a.M. kOOr.M. Freiaht, north Tuesday, .Ibund.y and Saturday, -, t: ? aouth Monday, Wednes day and FrldajU.. 4:15 t.u. 7:00 A.M. MRMrHIR 1RD CRalLIBTOR RAILROAD. ' Throuah mall, daily 00 r.n. 12:40 t.u. f hrouah eipress, daily 10:flr.a. 12:01 a.m. Bom.rTille ao save Hunday a:25 A.M. 6:00 r.n. Corinth ac saya Sunday, W) a.m. Railroad time twenty minutes faster than city time. Offioa, No. 278 Mala street, and at Depot. MRMPRll AND lOOItTII.t RAILROAD. . Day tipress-...- 6:.10 a.m. , 30 a.m. Niiht Kipre...... S 41 p.m. 8:16 r.M. Humboldt Aceom'a... :J)A.M. ' 4:30 p.m. Railroad time is 15 minutes faster thanoity time. Ticket ofiioe. No. ZfiX Main street. De pot, head of Main street. . , . MRMPHIR ARB LITTLR RnCR RAILROAD. Qoiao Wrt LeeTe Hoi.Bel(i Monday, Wednesday and trldey, at 7:30 a.m., and arrireat Madison at 1 o'clock P.m. Oom ma KaRT LeaveM adisonl aeiday.Tfcnrt day and Saturd.y. at 7:30 a.m.) err ire at Ilopefield at 1 o'elook p.m., and Memphis at 1:30 p.m. , II. B. PAClRSPittiburgcoal and i coke 280 Main (Bethell block). S8t Rtr. R. A.;Hollad, of Eentneky, will preach at Weiley cbarch, to-mor row morning, tt 11 o'clock, and at Her nando church at night. For fine clothing and furnishing goods, go to Lew. Wexler'a, 222 Main street. 67 Phobabli Rcgotiry. We are glad to know that Mr. Reilly, eo dangerously hot by Mr. Cunningham a few dayi lince in North Memphis, and thought a the time fatally, ii likely to recover. , Fob cheap furniture go to the frying Block. 66 Religious Notice. Elder W. H. Stew art, of Louisiana, will preach at Linden Street Christian Chnrch.Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, and Elder W. J. Barbee, of Mississippi, ia the evening. Subject: " The Unity of the Church." . Miles' cloth gaiters at $3 25, at 233 Main street. Ricr & Ekosl. Polici. Business still continues dull in police quarters. . Two gentlemen had a fisticuff last night, and were fined five and ten dollars far breaking the peaco and for endeavoring to break each other's heads. The number of cases np were thirteen, and the small amount of thirty dollars only collected a. fines. ' , Fob Rent. Elegant offices, 20 Madi son st, over Desoto B"k, second floor-t Boy your coal from the Hays Coal Company office 22 Madison street. ' Fabiwell Address. We re author ized to make the announcement that the Rev. J. W. Rogers will deliver his fare well address to the Episcopalian Church on to-morrow, eleven o'clock, at the Greenlaw Opera House. He will give hid reason for going over to the Romish "Church; and from the known talent of I the gentleman, lite address to-morrow W1" be one of the most remargaoie in theprogresfChtiftnity- ': The best is the e; oy ! best Pittsburg coal from Hays Coal Company, office 22 Madison street. Hats Coal Company sails the best family coaj. Leave orders at 22 Madi son street . 112 The admirers of eloquence should all attend the lecture of Rev. Mr. Holland, of Kentucky, on "Jerusalem," at the Greenlaw Opera House, Monday evening next. Mr. Holland has visited the Holy Land, and his description of scenes and events connected with the sacred city are most thrilling in their character. He is one of the rising orators of the country. i: b- ; ' ' ; Go to the Irving Block and examine the new styles of parlor sets. ' - 66 New Memphis 1 heater. As nsual the theater was crowded, packed and jammed from pit to dome last night, and why T Simply because it was the popular night .It is the strangest thing toos and the majority of the eommunity why so many congregate at the theater on Fri day night, while it is acknowledged by all that the mast unpopular plays are posted, and so few on other nights, when the best and moat deserving plays are presented. We have come to the con clusion that Friday is selected more for the observation of visitors, and the ex hibition of self, than for the appre ciation of the plsy. This conclusion is justifiable, we think, when we con sider that those who wish to have a full comprehension of the play are deprived by others who destroy the interest by quittisk their seats and leaving the the ater before the curtain falls, to the annoy ance ef those who wi.a to have the full benefit of their visit by remaining until the scene cloaea, and the company have finished their performance. We do hope tbat tbie practice, growing nightly to be almost shameful, will be amended so ae to give (he company a fair chance, and tbnaa who would bear, to have a correct idea of tb merit of the performers and the strength of the piece. Manager Steinkuhl was present, as is bis custom, to see that all were comfortably seated, and tbat noo were admitted who in the least would mar the feelings of any, or in any way lejur tb reputation of the theater. To-oigbt will b preee nted the deservedly oopolar play of rTWo Copit. We wish I . crowded house. Monday 'lht will b presented the great play of Dor. Hav your grate set, smoking chit nets cured and paving done- I ea pro pared to put down sewerage pipes of any S'SS. So. 306 Maia street. e J. L. McAttTRY. WatSARTsa geoaiae A tex.adr kid glove at II 15, 4 Rir EagWa t Tn Race Tb weather yeslerdsy was genial and pleas"!, aud tvery Ou at th race Bourse was comfortable, tod wore smiling face; especially tb Is- dies, who always smile, evea should the occasion b dark and uninviting, their bright faoel tt ell limes adding interest and annahlna to th seen, perfectly in describabl by th old bachetori. Tb racing between th horses was unusosiiy animated yesterday. Men bet freely on their favorites, end, from what we could observe, a good deal of money changed hands. 0 wing lo the broken heats of lbs three mil race, the last contest could not ha decided before dark, and was post poned until twelve o'clock to-day, at which tim th racing will commence. There r good many entered for to day, and w hav no doubt thatther will ha a large crowd at the track, and nnless people should go early, It will be difficult to got standing room. ' We are Indebted lo tb Bulletin for Ibe best report of tbe races on yesterday : risst race. ' Th. I . nn wa.terriav waa for ths Post Stake, three mile beats, free for all entrance fee, $30, p. p. Association added $1000. Eotrance money to go to second horse. Tbe tollowing were the entries: , , James Conlisk enters b. b. Oilroy, ged, by Lexington; dam Magnolia, by Gleacoe. Colors Diueana oiue, orange Sash. np ie Lupe & Dickson enter b. h. Wolfort, four year eld, by Rorick; he by im ported Sovereign out of Troatee mare, .i r V-ni4l'. dm aha hv imnorted BUO UHI V. - -" ; - 1 , J Tranby, Wolfort e dam, a Glencoe mare. Colors blue ana ome. Richards t Kilgour enter b. f. Carrie Atberion, three years old, by Lexington; dam Glycera, by Sovereign. Colors silver-gray and white stripe. 8. Leonard enters ch. m. Skylight, four years old, by Lexington; dam by im ported Glencoe. Colors red and white. Firtt JJtat. A. capital start was effected for the first beat, all getting away well together. Near the entrance gate the favorite Wolfort began to show slightly in front, Gilroy second, Skylight third and Csrrie fourth. The horsss were now in a string in the positions named, and kept there without alteration all round tbe track,' passing under the string for the first mile in the same order. Time 1:50. Shortly after passing the post, Gilroy, with the popular Bob Swim as bis rider, took tbe lead amid the cheers of the assembled thousands, Wolfort being second, and Carrie a good third. Tbe race down the stretch was moat ex citing, Gilroy still in the lead, and pass ing under the string for the second mile in 3:48. The positions were almost tbe same round the track for the third mile, with now and then a bruab for the first position between Gilroy and Wolfort. Gilroy, however, gallantly held bis own, and pas.ed under the string two lengths ahead, Wolfort second, Carrie third, and Skylight distanced. Time 5:45. Second EenPTha greatest excite ment now prevailed, as it was very doubtful whether Gilroy or Woltort would win the next heat B-ts were laid lively on both, Wolfort having the call at slight odds. Another first-class start was effected, all getting off neck and neck. Gilroy, however, soon drew to the front, Wolfort at his saddle skirts, and Carrie close to the flank. These posi tions were maintained all round the track, the racing being moat exciting, Gilroy passed under the string for tbe first mile in 1:52. At the one and a half mile pole Wolfort began to challenge Gilroy for tbe first place, and the result was a head and bead race for some time, which created the very greatest exciter ment. Down the home stretch they came together, with Carrie slightly in the rear, Wolfort ahead, and clearing the second mile in 3:48. The odds were now in his favor, and ronnd the course in the third mile be kept first position, although Gilroy challenged for that place. Tbe race down the home stretch was most splendid. All three riders plied whip and spur. Wolfort had the advantage and gallantly kept it, winning the second beat by a length, Gilroy second and Crri a good third, Time, 6:42. Third Heat. Tbe bets were more de? c! detily ID favor ot Woltort, ana a most exce 'til HSri W. ejuuio.eu, f uuuit rear, oucr, uuo- -----position, passed Gilroy at the half mile ana cnauengea m uim tn ihn atretch for the first position, but failed to attain it These positions were kept till the borses passe nnoer in string for the first mile, when Gilroy again got his old position ahead of the mare, with Wolfort leading a couple ot lengths and going at a rattling gait. "Bobbie" Swim, everybody lavonte, did all in his power to gat ahead of Wol fort, and arged Gilroy, putting on eteam at every stride, but it seemed to be no go," as Wolfort most splendidly kept th. No. 1 piece. A most beautiful race took place down tbe home stretch betwten Wolfort and Gilroy, tbe crowd cheering, ladies waving their cambric and lace handkerchiefs, while all around on every stand there was the very greatest excitement Both riders plied their whips and spurs without sparing, but Wolfort proved successful, winning tbe heat and race by half a length, Carrie barely saving her distance. Time 5:64 k- Jjn. I addition to the one thousand dollar purse, the rider of the winning horse, Wolfort, was presented with a beaotirul Derby jockey cap, a pretty purae, and geld-monted whip, by Col. George Gill, one of the directors of the association. SICOHD RACE. The second race waa for the Livery Stable Keeper's purse of $250; mile heats, free for all ages. The following were the entries: James Conlisk enters ch. h. .Little Mack, fiv yeare old, by Eclipse; dam by imported Wetberbit Colors Blue and blue, orange sash. S. Leonard entere b. f Qaeen of tbe West, three years old, by imported Bol nie Scotland; dam A La Mode. Colors Red and white. i'irii Heat. Little Mack was the favorite, although tbe filly bad a very Urge number of friends, both in the pools and in the betting ring. After one false start, the horses got off neck and neck, Mack leading near to the entrance gate, and passing the quarter pole in 27 eeconda A neck and neck race now re sulted, and the half mile was made in 53, tbe horses being till bead and head. They rounded tbe tnra together, no one being able to eay which had tbe advan tage, and came dow the stretch together under whip and epae The finish was sn net splendid. Little Alack winning the beat by half a leegth, amid load and prolonged cheer ty the spectators. Time. 1:S Srcend JTeatTh excitement nw became very great, bat little Mack etill continued the favorite. After a couple of falee starts, both riders fioeing lor first position, a capital seed off was ef. fected- On roaadmg be tare near the aarteTsDil pole, tbe Queen led by shoal (oar leDgi Ira, bat Mek soon pat oa sieass and taickly closed tbe gap, and, as d . - una Hutu, flilrnv nines on Jed at the nU. fc'lf tb ln the the wilJest enthusiasm, led by a leegtb. Tbi rt' dnwo tb slich was tplaadid, and the finish really very fine, Mack win ning ibe heat and race by only aboat a leuglb. Time, 130f TBE RACKS Al TBE BRTRIEa. The following are the races and the nines for to day : . , i ' Tbe Gaston puree $100; dash of B mile, $25 to tbe second horse. Job Merrill eaters b. m. Msggte Brace, four yesrs old, by Lexington ; dam by Allorf. Colors lancy. a Leonard enters b. C Queen of tbe West, three years old, by imported Boo oie Scotland ; dam by Mariner. Colors red and whiter Thomas Palton entere b. m. Theta, fonr years old, by Vandal; dam Duchess da Barry. Colors . v : : . Thomas Clarke enters b. f. Agses Dooovan, four yesrs old, bv Lexingteo; dam Little Psggy, by Cripple. .Colors red and green. West A Vaugbaa euter b. f. Mmni Milton, three year old, by Lexington: dam by Yorkshire. Colors red aod green. West k Vaugban enter eh. I Pkoreix Belle, four years old, by Australian; dam by imported Glencoe. Colors green and red. The Donovan purse $50 Mile heats; three or more to fill. West k Vaughan enter b. g. Be Far ris, three years old, by Melbourne; dam by imported Gleneoe. Colors Green aod red. Mr. Boohanan enters br. t Cbimtsette, three years old, by Rogers; dam Albion. Colors Red and red. Mr. G ass enters br. g. Ko-Klux; pedi gree unknown. Colors . ' - Merrill k Jackson eater b. I Maggie Bruce, four years old, by Lexiogtoa; dam by Alton. - Merchants' purs $406 Mil beats ; three in five. E. Warwick entere b. b. Joe Johnston, by Goodwood ; dam Judy, by Sovereign. Colors Red and blue. S. Leonard enters ch. f. Ontario, by imported Bonnie Scotland; dam Lady Lancaster. Colore Red aod white. James Conlisk enters ch. h. Little Mack, fire vears eld, by Eclipse; dam by imported Wetberbit. Colors lime ana him. nranse sash. A. Keeae Richards and John Kilgonr enter bl'k f- Kitty Free, three years old, bv imnorted Mickey Free ; dam Brown Kittr. by liirmingham. Colors Silver srrav and white. Consolation purse, $250 For horses that bsve not won during tbe meeting ; $50 to so to tbe second horse. Mils beate. Peter Mitchell enters bl'k b. Pat Cle burne, by Hiawatha; dam by Emu; car ries 85 pounds. Colors Red and red. G. Warwick enters cb. h Forrest, fonr year old, by Bleakwind; dam by im ported Sovereign; carries $1 pounds. Colors Red and blue. Richards k Kilgour enter b. Bettie Bay, three years old, by imported Aus tralian ; dam Bettie ward, oy Lexington ; carries 76 pounds. Colors silver-grey and white .tripe. Weat k Vaughn enter Woodford Belle, bv Lexingtou ; dam Amanda Morehead, bv Glencoe ; carries 91 pounds. Colors red end green. . - ' Wm. Brady enters b. h. Jack Gamble, five years old, by Jack Gamble; dam Me a dors. ' Colors red and green. 8. Leonard enters ch. b. Rochester, four years old, by imported Bonnie Scot land; dam Lady Lancaster; carries 90 ponnds Colors red and white. The Broom purse $50 mile heats. James Buchanan enters b. f. Mary Mc Donald, four years old, by Hunter's Glencse; dam nnknowo. Colors Fancy. M. Glass enters b. c Faro, four years old, by Bleakwind; dam Jane Wilkioa (weighs ninety pounds). Colors. Tbos. Patton enters b. m. Theta, four years old, by Vandal ; dam Pucbeqs dq Berry. Colors Fancy. . ; THE POOL SELLIKO. The pools sold right lively for all the races, at the Overton hotel, last evening. The sales will be resumed .at an early bour this morning at the Orerton, and at the track previous to the several races, by Mr. S, K. RaymoRd, the popular pool seller. . Go and see the pew stock of clothing just opened at Lew. Wexler'a, 222 Main ,tre9t- 67 Hats Coal Co past sells the beat Pittsburg Coal, office 22 Madison street. New Commissioner. It has already been announced through tbe press that Mr. 5- B. Beaumont has been elected as Superintendent of the Memphis and Little Rock railroad, instead of Mr. Robertson, who resigned. We have little doubt that the position will be aocepted, as Colonel Bsautaont is fsmiliar with railroading, having followed the business for many years. The impression tbat there will be a vacancy in the Police Commission by the resignation of Colonel Beaumont, has caused a good many aspi rants for tbe place. From tbe best informs tion cotton pq the streetwe are informed tbat Barbour Lewis, the wonder of the age, has put forth M. T. Williamson as his candidate. Mr. G. W. Haywood is supposed to be the candidate of the Beau mont and Nunn party, while W. J. 8mith, tbe "hero of Mason's depot, has thrown his banner to the breeae, and in scribed on its folds, P. D. Beecher, known as Little Tedee Mr. Pat. Winters is spoken of by his friends. Well, gentle men, we wish you ! a merry time; but the man who fills the place with com petency doesn't lie on a bed ot roses. One tbousakd good planters' hats at $1, at Rice k Engel'. 233 Maia street Fobeioii ahd America!. French, Irish, Italian, English, Scotch and Ger man papers, regularly received at Em mons'. 10 Jefferson street aod 393 Main. New York, Boston, Cincinnati, St Louis and Louisville papers, ' Joe Locee, at bis bijou of a place, No. 236 Main street, is in receipt of Godey and Peterson, for December, which are prompt aod punctual, as in deed they always sre. A splendid assort ment of current msgacines and newspa per literature y always be found at Joe's coontcr, He hss daily papers from all the principal cities, which are received by express. The New Orleans Prices Current, New Orleans Daily Timee and Picayune; but why enumerate, when Joe an oroduee all that ie worth reading in the daily or weekly press, or periodicals T Attatlea, ewaatrw mm retail aaar rfcstata. A Imrsr alwck ef lie. feloMkeal tMsdbrwwsi etoaaeaUea. Llav. rrsu Hcne;s, OsaiadSeirtT. EUamele, ! mm estex mm elaisslsisx are ae Isssr swlel vise a extra aars-alaa. J. II. lorwraeUwe Br a l,gsUa nU Notice. Merchants wanting cotton ties will fiod it to their interest to call at Swift's iroa works, 1?6 Maia, near Wash, iogtoa street We wish to close out onr slock of lie, and will eell to merchants very low. ft7 Jobe Mawqoce, Ag't. W sell the latest aod most elegant styles of ladies' cloaks, cheaper than any tone in the city, t RiceAErosl- Amirr at Robbery. Last , eight at tba hour of i o'clock, lb Commercial Hotol was suddsnly alarmed by th firing of pistol ob tbe third floor. Tb night watchman, Mr. Maddox, detected a lovely feme' (apparently) moving grace fully, bat quietly ob tip-to down th pas sage, n observed th movement of this would-be angel, asd.from ha dissat isfied air thought the orinoline and out lio dress covered the form of eom dis tressed female who required assistance. On walking op to the Udy appareot, he, she, or it, moved off at auch a rat aa to induce the said watchman to send small ball from hi navy pistol after this most remarkable personage, which only induced the ot ject to vanish mora rapidly, and at such an undignified speed that crinoline had to give way before tbat awful bour which is known not to be conducive to short, quick turns aronnd corners. So the string that held on tbie apparel was palled, and iff went hoop, dress, pannier and waterfall, and the thing tbat was vanished into thin air, and has not been seen sioce. Mr. Maddox, the watchman, authorises ns to say that if any one bas lost a hoopskirt, a spotted muslin dress, three hair pins ana a waterfall, they can get tb eame by calling on him at tbe Commercial Hotel at some convenient boor. All the new style of chamber and parlor furniture to b bad cheap at the Irving Block. 66 All kinds of French aod Hamburg embroideries. W defy competition, t Rice k Eeoeu . ClwadI yard-wide hrema deas ratios, IS I - reata. Real 4-4 straws) dasaatlea tlSeeala. This stock naaat be eloawd at. J. H. Laewenatlae dk Bras., t Imj Baildlag. , The Varieties Theater Be it re membered that Saturday night Is the benefit night at the Varieties Theater, when a new bill will be presented to the public and everything done to entertain visitors. We know no place of amuse ment in the country that can surpass the Varieties, as everything has been done by Mr. Broom, the clever proprie tor, to render it as a first-class institu tion. Let the people go and see the per formance to-night, and if they are not S leased they oao take our bead for a foot all, i Remember the .oyster saloon below, where tha best can be bad. t New Ot8ter 8alo j, No. 19 Poplar street, west side Overton Hotel Oysters received daily by the can and shell, and served up in every style. Open day ahd night. ' : ' "' " Best Madder prints at 12s, at Rice k Engel'e, 233 Main street Fine turkeye and chickens at Guest's, 412 Main street. 65 ' Something New. Me.srs.-B. F. Ste phenson k Co., No. 316 Second street, have established a paper warehouse, where the merchants and business men can supply their wants in the way of wrapping paper without sending North. Let us all patronize this borne institu tion, and build up our own city. Paper can be had here as cheap as at any place in the United States- i Beat prima. 13 l.a cent. Good 4-1 bleached dosneatiea 13 1-S cents. Best Lonsdsle bleached dooaesllea, 1 cent. Positively Inst aeavsoa la bast, nes. JT. H. Loewen.iln tt Bros., Ma. til Main street. , Remotal. S. Sternberg 4 Co., whole sale dealers in tobacco and cigars, have removed to 200 Front street, Raseobaoh's rectifying establishment 89 IIats Coal Compaby sells the beat: lump coal. : Leave orders at 22 Madi son street :. - - - f - 112 Hetemaa's Genuine Cod-Liver Oil. Our cod-liver oil is warranted pure Newfoundland oil. It has stood the test of twenty years' experience, and can be relied on in every particular. Its su periority over that prepared on our own sea-ehore is shown by the numerous cures performed by it when the inferier oils had been tried without effect The uni form good quality of our oil has given if the preference over tbe numerous brands in the market, and has elicited the highest commendation from eminent physicians For sale by all respectable druggists in the United States. tts-80 The finest clothing in tbe city can be fosnd at Lew. Wexler's, 222 Main street. AH wool flannel, 95 eenta. Ladles balmoral skirts Best print, only 3 1-3 ecnts. II. Loewenstina 4c Bros, closlnsfontssle, s lay Balldlnsr. Go to 412 Main street, for fresh Michi gan roll butter. 65 Five hundred A No. 1 satinet suits at $6 50. Rice k Euan. 233 Main st' The largest and most complete' stoek of gent's furnishing goods will be found at Lew. Wexler's, 222 Main street. 67 Attention, country and retail mer chants. 4 large stock af calicoes, bleached and brown domestics, Ua eys, kersey, e)anabnrsrs, flannels, boots and shoes and eloihlnsr are be Irs; sold ont at extra bareralsts at J. II. Lnewenatela Tj Bros'., J'o. 2S1 Itjalsa stroeu i Sbaeeb Flarrel Urderweab for less than New York prices, at Lew, Wexler's, 222 Main Bt rest 67 Jost Received A new lot of elegant dress goods, at 233 Main street t Rice k EifOEL. Guest, 412 Main street, has just re ceived per express, a nice lot of Michigan roll butter, sweet and nice. Q and get some for your Sunday dinner. 65 Large snook br.UeniV cloth ing and boots and shoes at great bargains J. IT. Loewen B'ine& ItroB.' closing ont sale, So, Wain nl reel. Da. J. D. bTiLLMAR, tbe moat success ful physician in America, in all chronic diseases, may be found at 199 Main st t Dektistry. Dr. J. H. rVasson, dentist, can always be found during office hours at his djw dental rooms, over his whole sale drug emporium, No. 313 Main street and ready to wait oo tnose who prefer his professional services (only). t Good cornel, 75 eents. Great bargains In Irish lin en, pillow-ease eottons and Bheeiinga If. ).Mwensline a Uros. t lay building RrasRU. k Dodsob's, 279 Second st, is the place to rM paintin done cheap, t emoted raoa '.. ry to RAM oa 1 sasvl at A3 Catoa. Mokey to loaa on collaterals at No. 77 Jefferson street 64 FlVR FcrsJoS Mm. D.Kahn k C. 60 0l Hats made new at 334 Maia st t Fire, Marino and Life insurance 8. R. OX.A.HKE & CO., Knickerbocker ' Building, No. 18 Madison Street, .( . . , . AGENTS FOR THE FOLLOWING COMPANIES: Liverpool and London and tilobo, Coatiaontal, assets, . . laterastloaal, assets Fallon, assets, . '. . Astor, asssls, . ! ALSO, MANAGER3 OF THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY, BRANCH OF THE Knickerbocker Life Insurance Company, assets, $3,000,000 RELIABLE AND POPULAR Ilarjdwaro Importing ' ESTABLISHED IS CBAKLESTO, 1824. BELMONT RAIL WORKS" ' SCPERIOR ' OUT NAILS FULL SUPPLIES OP - HARDWARE, CUTLERY, CCNS, AND SHELF AND HEAVY GOODS. Our long established connections with Ensllib snd American Manufacturers, afford facili ties unssrpaessd; and our well earned position will b maintained, and no effort spared to render this ln the future, as In tbe pa-t, tbe FAVORITE IIOL'SE. E. ROBBINS & BRADLEY, Kb."233 Second (street (4lann Block). Memphis, Tenn. M. "WOLF & CO., 330 MAIIV STREET, B KO L7AVE TO INFORM THEIR OLD tkat they have received and are still reoeivinE tba Latest Noveltiea of th season la .......WICTER, DRESS GOODS, AH kinds Domestio and Imported FAbries, FUnnels and Plaids, a complete stock ef WHITS GOODS, Wool and CottonlHosiery, Gloves, Laces, Handkerchiefs, Embroideries and Notions, . BLEACHED AND BROWN DOMESTICS, Of every prise and qnalitr, H00PSKIRT3 of all styles and prises. Corsets, Ribbons sad Trim mings snitabl for the season. We alto offer a complete stock of . r, LADIES', GEST3 MISSES AND CHILDREN'S SHOES, From the best manufacturers, and at p-lces to DEFT COMPETITION. Our stock of GENTS' FURNISHING OjODS is of the latest styles, and cannot br surpassed in this market, N. 6.- Our motto ihall be, not only to have prompt and rentlemanly Clerki to wait upon ths public but our Goods wiU be sold at PRICES 10 SUIT THE TIMES. ths public but our Goods will be sold at rKl;3 XU BU1T XHJt TIM KB. Very repeefn'lv, ' M" W r CO." II. WETTER & CQ.,18 and 1-5 llonrot'Sl., W .-B... i-y,MIM -saaiw. mm. -ej r t 'ViV-o -4.-.4saeAsa.aA.inana iTiirasisavi fi iT twy- a fas, I a-n rH ? ,:.r;;iitlliJ ' 2.2. X w MS. g'-- ' . -15 -it-', v; .1 f pS'f 2 H f- iiegr MmmL,. 9m 0 ? 0 I bmmm , 1 Special Notices. Brids and Eridsfrroom. Es;ya for Tonus Men oa tb interestint relef.on f Brideirro'm to Bride in the Ins' it a: ion of Marriage a Quid to matrimonial felicity, and true happiness. Sent by mail in sealed letter envelupes free of eiarse. Address, HOW AUD ASSOCIATION, Box P, Philadelphia, Pa, 10-93 CottgK No Cora, Mo Pay. Fossit's Jr kipeb Tab ie warranted to cure Couth, Croup, Hoarseness, Throat and Lnne Diseases, or the pries positively refunded. Instantaneous re lief produced. Try It. If not satisfied, return tbe empty bottles aud ret your money back. 0. F. OOODTEAR.S10 Second street. Area'. Attention, allies ! WE WOULD BFSPECTFrLLT AN nonnea te th Ladie. of MempSisaal vieinity that we aie piepared to mil. Dreeses tn a I in. latest sljles, aod at m ii.t- price.. Pa-tieular atten'ina eaiH to biideiand lirl toilets, batistaciien tuuanie d. Als , Freseh embroidery executed in the neetet -tylu I y Mrs. KLnlN. iaf su' and etil'lnn'. w.'d robes fioihtd in anrior B s'. Pnih-nil-ere. in all it. brerce , l.uib- by Mrs K ein. Ladies of Nashville visitins Memphis, please take afctio. MR' I.MINXK1 KLEI, St.t No. I'em.o .e. e-T H't-'t. RICE & ENGEL, No. S33 Main Street, i 5RIOK A ENOEL.I -; I 1 i a n AIN SIRKET. J vVV OFFER A LARGE AND SELECT STOCK OF STAPLE . AXD FAXCY DRY GOODS, waica TBIT CHEAPER THAN ANY HOUSE IX THE CITY. arc ALL AIR ir.IIM S)20,O,O . moo.oo 1,100, 040 . 1 00,000 . 4O0.0O House, MEMPHIS, 186J. DEPOT POR rv n. r. itni a Lai a r .urniii STEELPLOWS S30 FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIO IN GENERAL U.S. Fire and Marine INSURANCE COMPANY, BALTIMORE, MABTLAHD. $130,000 Deposited with Stat Aalberilies . Cash Capital, - $250,000 Assets, - - 505,000 GEO. W. L. CROOK, General Stats Areat, 1J.M 7 I- mala street. Bead thtllowla;aa4 Tblakofll. W. FEATHERSTONB Plill enntinae. b'JSinesi at bis Id it.'.d, eor. Hill end Mo,byst-eeis. Meh. jus' rfeeieeJ a w.i-se:erted stoek otrtTAPLK AND rAMCY OKOCKKiKH. He will s II cheep for eaaa. J". t. w.i.hs eorree ly, wrepe aeaty, alw-ya WtfV ! RICE 4 EXCEL. tts MAIN 8TREXT. riM :J -.j2l? WIU. SEH" gold assets, . ' '