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JOHN LILLY, GROCER, IVo. 338 Second St., CORNER OF rtNfON. TU DESOTO , Insurance and Trust Co. OF SIKMPIHH, Offlo la Comrany's BuHdlag. Ho 43 M.adln ttrset. QA.PlTAlT300,O00. Board of Director. . faIIIROTOK. iOt JOMSnX, 7 J iWLI0, W. . OAt-BBSATE, , S;ioUOC. O.W.OOT.B, W. B. 011LAW. IT. W. FAKRINaTO. President, J. U. LONbDALK. Btor.tary. ThisComrnny Insures against loss byFIre, Marine and Hirer Bisks. T .. II1IMVVIVI30 INSURANCE COMPANY, No. 17 Madison Street. : rpnifl COMPANY IS NOW DOING A GEN 1 oral In.uranoe Business. In stock U owned by our city merchants and business men. Its Sim ta to do a safe local bartn.-to .the ad vantage of both th. Company and tho Policy WII.I.T0!f. President 5! ll. Dl'KNCOMH. 1 iee-Fresldent HEW. HAY, secretary. DtBECTOHHi A VACCABO. 8. II. DUNSCOMB. tZ WILLI AMSON. M. L. MEACII AM. IKf.MAKALL, lIERCn.WTS1 1XSURAXCE COM, CAPITAL, : $200,000. OFFICE: 19 MADISON STREET, MEMPHIS, TEnTOTCSBEB. nrriocRs: E M'DAVITTi F.W.SMITH, R. .. PARKER. Prosldeat. Vioe-Prw't. Secretary. iIBsOTOs: w.McDAVITT. S-T,11' w Smith. m. k. oooii ran, W A ooonwTW. J- V. FRANK, J T FA EGA RON, NAPOLEON HILL, j. i. cauua T 'STRATION. a- The Stock ef tbe Company is owned by onr Merchants and Business 'f. 1 " ery re pect, fully identified with the Interests rf thi" cnmmnnijT. L FOR RENT. T?OR RENT H0U8K ON CLAY. NKAR T Hernando itrwt. oontainiDf flva rooroi. jii'ij y hp - FOR. REKT 23 AlivEO vjvv- a .a-- a Land. on w Raleigh road. 2 mile, from Apply to CH AS . H. DORION. JR.. 30, Front Street. Mn.b-and Hunt block. UP stows. H T.-'OH SALK AND RKNT.-FOR SALR. A f peat end new cottage residence near Gill I etaioo. two and one-half mi les out on Mem bM. and Charleston railroad. For rent the i.nUe. press, necessary out houses, and over 109 B"1"!.:.. i a. irm. uiil narticulars rn. ,u ui-. n -"- v. .. anpiyxo T.iy .u . Madiion -rt, -?w oenjiplfd by Manhat tan PaTinM nana uvruw -r : n..mi..l 1 TlOR. KEN'i-A LAB8K ANI KLKGANT V Reaideoee, with all neocary outhon.ri fraltteoeV. ei5t.rnl and two aorei ofrioheit .ardenland. Po'tion from first of January jr.! LocaUd Twithin tw.lT.minnto.' nd. of Court Square. api7 , DR. 9ILBERT, flo 1 Iff South Court street, " iK 1 o . air np Tj.0K 8BNT.-I wib xv .'-"ll0V: ri-HU " " ' r-rw F itory Frame Residences, new, i.s room. i. ich.o7Main .treot extendi. and noar street cars: rent very inw. pw iERTEB.McaBHKK ft BURLESON. rbllRbNT-STOREHOUy K Ne. HOW 1 f lttrf- tnnire on nremi.es. 61-t ' "rOTV TTTT 11V lC.rSWd Si mileVsohVesrof 1Inn PnriniaT Vi"; enntainin K-0 acres of j-qs-oieion in "'"V SM Vnln street. TrvTlt RKNT.-A RKSIDFCB ON KERB W f .1 Mm', with smoke-boue, iRKYwfliB "i Ko.P95 TTnion ""l . ,,uyvr. t imi noSJ smoke bouse ana sinnio, - ,Ij Iand.suiti.hle for nrdm purpwe . ?PJ nd a half miles from Court Hauare. near the Mate LiDe nana- rpaa, u Mhoon's. Price. SOW a IN K LET. 4 70 SM Marnson T70R RKNT AT RIDGEWA? STATION i Two CotUwe residences. in oomplot-order. Memphis and Charle.ton ra'lroad. 12 milf s from the city. A od school for girls et the Cars h way. at Pl"VqBY ' M. Office 15. Ter 804 Front st ..o a,iir-iu ovd and inclo-ed land, in Fort Picker- .rt;vTO i,nninsi. ApplTtO mc. suiuidio Was. dorkin. 0 M"hT Block. Tenant Vn.ntel , -FOR A- Residence and Qarden, NEAR THE CITY. On of the most desirable residence!, within bre.mil. of thteity. with a Large Garden, well suPhiied with every variety ef stock for a Market Gwden. Select Orehard. and ten or fifteen acres for field eulture. eaa b bad by (iOOD TENANT. Ttatn. proveoder and atensiU eaa be had ttb tie place. To Builders t Wanted A House Built, Oa a lot near tha e:ty. to V paid for to ose ef tae Haudromert Lota ea Daelae totl ee iiJe the eorporatioa line. Building end pri erty ea a ttriot kusiaeas cash value. EOWEB, TRIZETAXT & CO., Atictloneors. PUBLIC LEDGER. Omr, No. ID Miullson Htveo. LA KUKST VllY (IKCIILATION MUMI'HIMl atarday Eveaiar. He. . THE OITY. eteoiwlogleal Observation., tiarotrio it BDVAiD aotoaam. November 17. ISO". - tk.m. I p.m. 9p.. Thermometer- II ' ' .'' Weather.. F.tr. O'eroatt. JTair. PiTTiirjio and Kentucky coal and gag coke. Brown k John, office 282 Main itreet, Betbfll Block. 1 t Arrival ! Departure el Train a. ataaiasirri ago Tiaaaasia ihlioib. A rrB. IfrvorU Mew Orleans .ipress, dally. IWlr.a. I tor.tf. Sardlsaooim'n..x.Kunlay, hiWa.M. 6:00 r.M. Vr-irhl. norm inesaay, Ibursaay ana oaiuraay, south Monday, Wednes- - 1. ' day and Friday 4:U P.M. T:00 atMPHIg ADD 0I11LIIT0 gaiLIOlD. Throuah mall, daily 6:00 r.u. 12:4(1 p.m. fhroash express. daily-Hh40 p.a 12:01 a. a. Bomervillo ac save Sunday 1:35 k.u. 6:U0 P.M. Corinth ae., sava Sunday, . . o:wa.a. Railroad time twenty mlautet faster than city time. UUce. X0. Z7 Main nreet, ana n i;epob MixraiB AND LODllVIt.M liiLioin. Day txpress.. 5:S0a.a. 4 1 A.M. Niiht KiDns... J 4-ir.. 8:15 r.a. Uumholdt Aoooui'n... :SJ a-k. flUP.M. Railroad time is IS minutes faater than city time. Ticket oftiee. No. iSi'A Main street. De pot, head of Main (treat. , MJtMPHlS AID LITTLB 00g lAltlOAO. . Goido WT Ltave llopefleld Monday, Welnetdav and rnaay, at v:w a.m., ana f iiutn at 1 o clnok a.m. Gomiko East LeareMadi'onTue'day.Thnrs- dayand r-aluraiy, b i:ou a.m. arrive av lloimfleld at 1 o'clock p.m., and Memphis at 1:30 p.m H. B. Packi Pittiburg coal and ri coke 280 Main (Bcthell block). 68T Da. Wkt. J. BitBti will preach at Lin den Street Chriitian Cbarcb, Sunday morninc at 10 o'clock. Pkrsokal We were glad to meet, tbil morning:, Mr. S. Bacbracb, editor of the Jtwish Sentinel, in St. Loo.ii, who will remain a few days in oar city. Tbb best coffee and ingar at the cheapest grocery in Memphis, at 412 Main street; ' '6 Tbi finest roll batter ever brought to this market, at W. Dean A Co.'g. ; 16 Rklioious Notici. Rev. Dr. Ford will, br icecial request, deliver a dig- conrse at the First Methodist church (Wesley chapel),to-morrow,atll o'clock, on the theme "Why am I a Christian T" He will preach at night at the same place on "An Infidel." Two hundred nice overcoats, from 17 60 to $16, at Rioe A Engel's. 75-t Teg Grand Parisian Ballet Tronpe with the White Fawn. 76 Lectors To-mokrow Nioht. Every one should keep in mind that Mr. J. W. Rogers will lecture to morrow night, at the Greenlaw Opera House, on the sub' iect: "Why am I a UatholicT' The doors will open at 7 0 clock and the lec ture commence at 7 o'clock. No doubt the occasion will he quite interesting. Ladies,' if yon want a good cloak for little money, go to Rice & Engel s. 75-t Tbi greatest transformation scene of the age. New Memphis Theater. 76 The beat is the cheapest. Boy the best Pittsburg coal from Hays Coal Company, office 22 Madisnn street. Postponement or the Central Bap tist Fair. For certain reasons, the la dies have concluded not to have an open ing again to-night at the Tabernacle. The fair ispestpooed until Monday night next, when there will be a brilliant as tumbling of the ladies and gentlemen of the city. " - A White Fawn. Monday night. 76 The best Java coffee.atonly 37 cents, at 412 Main street. 76 Five hundred No. 1 satinet luits, at $7 60 per suit, at Rice k Engel's, 233 Main street. . 75-T Shooting Affrat Between Two Ne 0B0M.-At about half-past seven o'clock this morning, a difficulty occurred be tween Stephenson Grierson and Ander son, Toliver, in reference to N family affairs, Grierson shot Toliver in the left arm and side, the ball ranging in, and will no doubt prove fatal Grierson afterward gave himsolf np to the sheriff and ig now in Jail. Ladies, all kinds of dress goods lower than any plaoe in the city, at Rice & Engol'i. "-t Cultivated Cranberries, at W. Dean & Co.'s. . '6 White Fawn at the New Memphis Theater next week. New buckwheat thi day at 8. M, Quest's, No. 412 Main All of yod cotton men who want 6n sample paper can get it at H. Wade & Co.'s, 297 Main street Their paper is the best in the market, being very strong and heavy, of a bright yellow aolor. Go and look at it 7 The New Mempbie. The number of people last night was unusually large at the theater, evideomng a growing interest in The Lottery of Life, which might be successfully run for any length of time. Each and all of the actors become pro ficient in their parts, and indeed Mr. John Brougham himself could ask noth ing mora in the perfect performance af the piece- Tc-night will be the last op portunity preseoud for the public to see this great and wonderful play, which hould at least be aeea one by mt one: nd ibat the Uiiea and children snsy b- oppertunily of aMsr without the going out at night, Mr. Steinkubl hag consented to bare a matinee, commencing at two o'clock thig evening. Next Monday cifhl puono will have the Measure of seeing the greatr est wonder ever brought to thig cono- trv tha bictest genaation, that lain eclipsed the Black Crook itself, and drew .rn.J. ia England. New Tork, Mn and oibe place wherever presented. Of rnar ry oee vUl CO cat to the White Jjw wek. Hoys- Uasvio aed Corps 4 !Ullt M Aaii.r or J. AoausTCS Masso, or Nsw Yon Information wag eonveyed a r.a da ifa bv taletfrauh to the polio of this city, that Mr. J. Aufu.lui Mar.h, of tbg firm of Tainpie s. Marin, orders, Wall atrial. Nsw York, bad' obtained 115,000 in United States bonds uuder false preHn.es from the banking estab lishment of Henry A. Hieier k Sons, and that said Marsh bid absconded with th money. Tb amount of fita thousand dollar wa offered for th arrst of th guilty party. Of course thlsnic little reward was sunicieaiio put the detective on th lookout Oo yesterday even'm;, a geotleman, having th dewberry mark on his person, was watched by officersHMtingi and McCnne, and upon bting arrested acknowledged tbat he was the man they were looking for. Th bonds were all secured, amounting to over sixteen thousand dol lars In money. Mr. Marsh 1 a good looking person, and is connected with som of the first families in the city of New York, and is said to be engaged to ha married to the Drettiest lady in the State. The question of his guilt is not quite so clear. Ill noun wa in in habit of overcheckiog to very large amounti on the bank he drew the check chashed by Heiier k 80ns, but on that occasion the check was refused to be naid. and Marsh was obarged with having obtained the money under false preteuses. Mr. Marsh give at a reason why be ran away wa for the purpose of being absent until the affair of bt bouse eouia oe omewhat settled, whioh bad been in volved, said he wa going to Cuba. He is an old college mate of Ketchum's, of Wall street notoriety, which is quite unfortunate under the circumstances- Patronise Little Agnes, 3D3 Main. 77 Fna Rent. Elegant offices. 20 Madi ion St., over Desoto Bank, second floor-t rFAtVe Fawn II White Fawn 1 1 76 Hat Coal Comfant sell the best Pittsburg Coal, office 22 Madison street Attempted Robbert and Assassina tion. On night before last, about half past eight 0 clock, when Mr. bam. w. Parker was, returning to bis borne, gome four miles out from the city, he was un expectedly stopped, just outside of the city, on Union avenue, by two negroes, who seized the bridle of hi horse at taoliad tn the hnecv. and demanded that the young gentleman should deliver np hia nnckethonk. which he said he would do, hut began to draw his weapon, a pistol; and upon the negroes seeing tne movement, one of tbe nnmber nrel nil pistol at Mr. Parker, and tbe ball pene trated his clothing, just over the heart, hnrninff the skin sliehtlr and tearing his clothing badly, but did no other dam- nan. Mr. Parker returned the bre as m annn aa nossihle. when the nezroes re trnatnrl. and. on 70100- off. one Ot them Aral airain at Mr. P.. the ball taking effect in the crown of his cap, tearing a rnnnd hnle. hut miiainsr the head. The wretches then ran off, and Mr. Parker continued his way home. Ihis is tbe third nffansfl of the kind that has occur red in that neighborhood, and if som system of policing could be adopted, by which to put down these night roDDeries, it would, indeed, be a thing very much desired by the peace-loving people 01 this community. Fifty dozen eood men's hats, at $1. at Rice k EogePe, 233 Main street. 75-t The nicest roast beef we ever taste'p for lunch at White Hcnse. daily. 76 M'lle Diana and M'lle Sanda, New MemDhis Theater. 7G ' For cheat) furniture go to the Irving block. , 78 ! The Difference. The late reduction in Self Rising Flour by the barrel has hrnnirht it ao verv near the Drice of plain flour as to throw (be balance largely in favor of the Self-Rising. When the cost of the extra lard and yeast powders are oonBidered, the Self-Rising is the cheap est by five dollars per barrel Prepared in any quantities by f6 t FlNNIB k BrjCKHAM. A Scrimmage. Quite a battle last night cam off on Beal street bridge, between a notorious follow well known at the South Memphis stationhouse as Daniel Tracy, and two officers of the police, Schaffer and Bishop. Tracy was drunk, as usual, and on the passing of some citizen, concluded he would practioe a little with his pistol, and shot at the man, but missed his mark. The police came up, and the firing became general, lasting some little time, with no loss of life. Tracy, having been wounded very severely iu the hand, be was compelled to surrender, and ii now in the hands of the law. m Auction. Six fine sewing machinef, in perfect order, next Mondsy, at W. II. Passmore'g. Bpckwheat flour and maple syrnp, at W. Pean k Co.'s- '6 Five hundred ladies' cloaks, lates gtyles and elegantly trimmed, from f 6 60 to 135, at Bice k Engel's, 233 Main street. 7-t Beef I BeifI Four of th finest beeves ever brought to Memphis were exhibited yes erday at the corner of Main and Front streets, by H. Seessel, sr., the prince of butchers, whose well known stall (No. 65, Poplar street Mar ket) always contains the choicest meat 10 be fouad in the city. Oce tf these four cattle, which are said to have been raised iq Mieaiaippi and fattened on per simmon, will be slacehtered and pre pared for Saturday evening's market, whea there will cerUinly be a rnsh of the lovers of good oeci 10 no. no, rupr street JJarEei. 76 On our first page we have compiled a ejirectory of business booses, which onr readers will find a serviceable medium for rrinf their locatioa. t n. ie all wool wbise Blawkp'e. MS 1 " Br fcwie,l all wel riMwela, tS rta-l gee vprrm a-lMaaaJa. all rslen. etav J. H. Lewewatlae Bre.,eelwf aeJe, Be, tSI Umlm etree. For the Pestro Linos 1 THE OLDIH .TOUT. to . ; 'Tas a tremMIng had that was tendered to T . t. - J , - . . n I . m4 bl k -lltlfull. Apt I knew br tbe t-ucll of thou lingers light . '1 bat mr dream of lot e was orer tuat night. The i!lten(nggemsth fair hand wore t is.ned a f iin 01 mcoi not wumm iuth v , An4 I saw to the paoil.nl, downcast e WhatlsoBsht her. lelse Been e misury. Ho Bed forth, pas.lonato llpe to speak, or ine Diutn or pnu w wni. u. ( I knew br the enfeiened, treweUns slart. That fur wealih of the world she had bart'id my nean. If 0 more, ne more where the roses grew Would we waodor in nana, v.irvia a io, knew all this, that another now weald bonoslurin wnupir w ear iot. raw, That parting glance frem her eyee of pride tent a thrill leaif heart which baencrer died: And tbe aatiu touch of her golden bair vs B y leverea srew euu Wa bar. often met since tbat parting night m , . t . 1 I -li .!.! V, . lime Dnngcio, yea " " On the curving lip and ih; baughiv brow A nere lingers ae irac w. But I know that the glitter ef d'ammds bright. For which she bartered my loe that nlrbt, 0 ath faded the eheek. whose roteate glow vaarueu my eye m iu. hi.miu. iu,, mmw Ah I Viria Verne, eould we bnt restore 1 be eioom ei inoaeuaj. idu lur.v.r Would you not exobange all lour fair dreams 01 priu . .... For the olden plaoe at your lover's .Me T Rt Patrick'! Fair. The house was again filled last night, on tbe opening of the fair, with alarge number of theyonng people, who danced to the music, prom enaded and chatted; and altogether, had a most pleasant and happy time. Th fair will still continue acain to-night. when it is expected tbat tbe house will be well crowded. Have your grate set, smoking chim neys cured and paving done. I am pre pared to put down sewerage pipes of any tize. No. 306 Main street. 77 J. L. McAlennt. , All the latest style hatf, caps and furs, very cheaf , at Wheaton k Co.'. 76 The Varieties Theater Thi will be a grand and gala night at the Vari eties, and every one should go out who would like to have a pleasant evening after a hard week's work. Everything will be done, and without failure, to en tertain visitors. Don't forget the fine oyster saloon below. Attention, Country Merchants nl Plan tore 1-9300 pieces Print. 1000 nlu-a Wanabnrtra. 80O0 pieces Cotton Plalda, 8000 pieces Jeans, SOOO pieces Kerseys. 8 BOO pieces i.inarya, muv kImm Flannels. SOOO Dlcces brown Domestics, 8000 pieces blestched Do mestics, are being- ciosea oa as grrcai bora-nlnst also a largre stock ol Boots, shoes. Hate, Clolhiua;, Notions, etc.. at J. II.Lorwcnsllned Hros., ICo.MSI Main street. Clay llnll.llog;. These goods most be closed enl. Notice. Mercbaota wanting cotton ties will find it to their interest to call at Swifta iron works. 196 Main, near Wash ington street. We wish to close out our stock of ties, and will sell to merchants yery low. 30J John manoope, Ag t. One hundred dozen pairs cotton half hose.atten cents per pair, 'at Rioe k En gel's. T5t The most complete stock of family groceries in the city is at J. De veto's, corner of Third and Adam streets. 85 'New oyster saloon, No. 19 Poplar street, southwest side of Overton Hotel. Oysters received daily by the can and shell, and served up in every style. Open day and night. Ladies' department up stairs. Peabodt, Alpine, and all other new style hats and caps cheap, at Whea ton 4 Co.'s, 199Mjiireet. 76 Gents good Calf Boots, 95 1 Rente Clothina; extra low; gents' good! white knit TFnderablrts and Drawers, 73 eta. J. If. Loewenstlna e Bros., No. 331 Miiln street. Oreat bara-alns In bats. Evert one who rjartook of the feaBt nreDared by Sam GUasoo, on Thanks giving day, at the corner of Monroe and . .... 11 n 11 Second, were mgniy aengnteo. oam is open again to- day. . 76 . Taxpayers, Attention. You can be supplied with city, county and school scrip, in amounts to suit, by calling at Emmet Savings Institution, Nc 6 Mad ison street ' Heg-eman'e Clonnlne 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-shore is shown by the numerous cures performed by it when the inferior oils had been tried without effect The uni form good nality of our oil has given it the preference over the 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 Potomac herrings, only forty cents per dozen, at Guest's, 412 Main street. 76 412 Main street for your turkey and chickens home fed, and fat as butter.76 Fresh Kentucky butter, at J. Devoto's, corner of Third and Adams streets- 85 LaDH8' furs cheap, at Wheaton k Co.'g, 199 Main streot. 76 Prefare for cold weather by having your grates set with Lemon's improve ment. Orders left at H. Wetter k Co.'s, Nob. 13 and 15 Monroe street, will be promptly attended to. 99 A large ot of damagred Kid Gloves, 73 eis. 1 good Corsets, ets. Look for cheap table. J. U. aewenstlne Broe., Clay Balldlnc- Wasted. Twenty yonng ladieg to act in tbe corp if 6aHf of the White Fawn, at the New Memphis Theater Apply immediately lo R. McWade, 75 Stage Manager. Hats Coal Comfast sells the best family coal. Leav orders at 22 Madi son street H Best Print, 13 1-3 eis. rood Prints, S 1-3 eta. 1 beet 4-4 a-nednle bleached Dsnestles, 1 eta. I bee 4-4 brown Do mestics, IS ets. J. H. lewensllno Eros. So. 331 Xala street. Kxtra bar rains In Boots and shoes. The finest and cheapest stock of new furniture in tbig city i t It Irving block. 78 W. C Rtjssell', 279 Second treet, it th place to gt fainting don cheap, t . Go to Wm. ScHNKipga'a, 42 Washing ton :reet, for good, cheap and new ri fles, gans, pistol. Repairing dons in tb beet sijie at short notice, TT Hat Coal Comfait sellg th best lamp coal Leave orders at 22 Madi ion street Da. J. D. Stillman, th moit iuccsi ful pbytioiaa In America, In all cbronlo disease, may he found at 199 Main (t t Misses' and children' fur,vry cheap, at Wheaton 4 Co 's. 76 Attention! Country ' Mer chants And Planter-. Twe?n I y.fl toil tin 4 red pieces Prints, 1UUD piece llnnubargs, SOOO piece C! to 11 Plaids, 8000 pieces Jeans 3000 pieces Keracy, 2300 pieces Linseys, 1000 pieces Flannel, OOOO pieres Drown Domestics, Soon piece MIenclied Ho mes.) tea nre being- closed out nt great bnr,tlD I alio a large stock or Itwots. hlioes, Uais, lolhliiir, .lotions, etc., at J. II. LoeweoHtlne & Itro.'s, No. a:tl Mnln street, lay Iiuild Ing. 'ibee gvods mntt be closed out. . The belt of Mattresses at th very lowest prices, are manufactured and for sale by Martin Eyke, 67 Madison street Encourage home manufacture. 79 Nsw buckwheat flour, only six cents a pound, at 412 Main street.. 76 Deeds, Leasee, hills et Lading, Dray Tic'tcts, and all kinds of Blanks for lale at thi officr 1 Don't forget the White Fawn, at the New Memphii Theater, Monday Evening. Removal S. Sternberg k Co., whole sale dealers in tobacco and cigars, have removed to 200 Front street, Roseobach's rectifying establishment 89 But your coal from the Hay Coal Company office 22 Madison street Old Hats made sw at KH4 Main st t Financial and Commercial. Corrected daily by Memphis City Saving. In stitution, corner of J efferson and Front sts. Odd and Silver. American gold, buying 84 to 35, selling 36 1 silver, bujing ii to 8, selling 30. Domestic Vxehspee. Northern and Fastern cities, buying X to dls., selling par to V, dis.; New Orleans, nnying H dis., selling par; Nath ville. buying Vt to 1 dis., selling par. foreign hxchsnse. Kngland, Ireland and Scotland, ftfcu per p-mnl stor ing; trance, Switssrland and Be giom, five Ira oca for tl H7 ; Germany and Holland, tl 10 per gold thaler, 70o per guilder (silver). 43o per guilder, 1 per Prussian thaler; Sweden, 4lo per riktdaler; Norway. II 50 per pecie thaler. United rltates B-nda. Bonds of 1881, 114: Fire-twentioa, '(12 11 1 , '64 li'4. '61 107, new '65 109X. '7 11054. '68 110; Ton-fortie.. 105. Scrip. City, hnyirg &i, telling M to 85; County, buying 73 to 74, selling77 to 80 ; School, boylng 0, selling vi; Polioe, baying 2 to03, selling 98: City Coupons (part due). 85. Land Warrants.-War of 1811 (bnying)-40s, 140: 80s, $80; l.Ol, $120; 16fl, 1165; Hut war ef 181i-120s, $118; 160. tloO. Miscellaneous Securities. Tennessee Bonds, ; Tennessee Coupons. 80; Memphis City Bonds (plain).5l : d". (paving),51 ; do. (indorsed by Memphis and Charleston Railroad Com pany), 65; Memphis and Little Rook railroad eight per cent, bonds, 60; do. seven per cent bonds (navies). 55 Cotton. -Ordinurr, 10 to 21 ; good ordinary, n to 22 ; low middling, 22 ; middling, 23 ; good middling, 24 Special Notices. Bride and Bridegroom. Essay, for Young Men on th. Interesting relation of Bridegroom to Bride in the institution of Marriage a Guide to matrimonial felioity, and true happiness. Sent by mail In sealed letter envelopes free of obanre. Address, HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P, Philadelphia. Pa. 20-88 Cough. Ho Cur, No Pay. Forrest's Jo- mrs Tab is warranted to cure Cough, Croup, Hoarseness, Throat and Lung Diseases, or th price positively refunded. Instantaneous re lief produced. Try it. If not satisfied, return the empty bottles and get your money back. D. F. O00DTEAR, 310 Second street, Agent. pH..f)c"i. V.ent by mall. RESIOVAL. WK HAVE REMOVED OCR OFFICE from No. 3C to No. 810 rn nt street two doors south of onr firmer .tami, 7IMs FOSTKR, (iWYJT A CO. Usurer's Infallible Kemedy Against Roaches. KNOWN IN TTIF CITY NEVER TO FAIL. Is to be hod at lf9 Main street, corner el Hoplar. Try it, and if it doe" eotgive eatislae tion tar money will be refunded. 1). MArRFR, (8 119 Race street, Philadelphia. JJOXACIS. TBECO'SNKCTION OF MR. 8. M. ASHE ni-.hthe&rmof J. W. Cobb A Co. is this day discontinued, by mutual consent. . J. W, COBB A CO. November 5.1. IffiS. 78 XTOTICE.-MR. H. D. BULKLEY HAS ll become associated with the undersigned in the Agency of the Carolina Life Insuranoe Company, for Tennessee and Central Alabsma. to date from the lit of November, 18'S. Tb. stvle of the firm will hereafter be Bulkier, For. giiann A Prirett. Jl. M. FKROUSON. 77 J. N.PR1VKIT. CARTER V. JACKSON. (Formerly with Woraieley, Joy k Ce) JJA8 JUST EECEIVED A LARGE STOCK Jenkins rinestTeas.at Philadelphia Prices, . . Tirsrlnla Smoklnsx and Chewing- To bacco, Family Roe Herrings, Western Reserve Bntter, Egg, Chickens, Potatoes, And everything needed ia the way of Family Supplies, OATb AT 5J AuAMH 8TRKET, BKTWKEN SECOND AND THIRD. Woods delivered free of charge to all parts of the eitr. 72-t lVnnted to Exchange. A WELL FSTABUSHED AND GOOD psyin? btuioess in Louisville, Ky .for real eti.te in Momphi-, Tenn. A good opportunity will be offered to any one wishing to mer chandise. Bu'iness now worth $Ju,00Q, For particulars au' ly to OKO. U, M0N5ARR AT CO.. W Aypes Block. J. VIEWOT aV CO., 01EXERAL NEWSPAPER ADVERTIS T INI AGENTS. 1X1 Naassu erreet. New York. (Cstablijhaa in ltl.) We beg to call the attention of advertiser, to onr atene -. Our facilities with all the firtt-ela.'. daily papers in the eountry ar second to none, and we are fully prepared to eff-r term, and, condition, which cannot fail to give superior inducement.. We also .end advertisemeaU to all Cuban and rtnath Amsriotn papere, with whom we have exclusire contract. We are th. only Bout, doing a Sriwisa ADVKSTiaina Brstxis. We can, by special permission, rater to Mr. H. T. H elbold, AVuggUt Broadway, New Tori, Measn. 8- K. Vandnser k Co., 1'. Greenwich street. New York. I nn Hall A Atuckel, 218 Greenwich street. Sew Yirk. Measrr. O. Brace's Sen A Ce Type Founders, 13 Chaaitisra street. Messrs. fa.lon A Son, Tew York. Phelaa A Colir.,Ur. New York. " Ta"-ant k Ce., New York. Chickering k Son. New York. " Ra.iwav A Co.. New York. aVlll I'o l'ny Clinrresi. UTB WILL SKT.L AT OUR SALESROOM, No. IU becni Hrr et, on the 1st o' l;e osmber, lS t. at a.m t tbe birbeet bid ley for eaih. one tis-k and eonteau, tae property of A Co'e. to pay chanre.. .1 . to e. to Sjj- pa,;vokk CO. T. a goasiw. a. p. oBAvag, NORMENT ft GRAVES, Cotton Factor, and 4J rsU Cosa- Bstsalon errhaata, Ie.4 Heward s Ew-Cltairs sTsssphis. ts Baennr. Bope, Ties aai PtaataW n s phes fa rn label. H4-e Fire, IVIarino and Life InsiJranco S. R. OLAEKE & CO., Knickerbocker Building, . No. . 18 Madison Street, AGENTS FOR THE FOLLWIHQ COMPANIES 5 Liverpool and London and Globe, gold ast-ts, Continental, assets, ...as International, assets, . ...,' -Fallen, assets, . . a'. Aator, assets, a a .' ALSO, MANAGERS OF TOE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY BRANCH OF TDK Knickerbocker Lire Insurance Company, assets, 3,000,000 RELIABLE Hardnarc Imp orting: ESTABLISHED IN CIIARLESTOX, 1824. ngpor ros BELIRONT NAIL WORKS' scrggioB OUT NAILS - FULL- SUPPLIES OF nAEDWARE, CCTLEKT, CUSS, AND SHELF AND HEAVE GOODS Our long established connections with English and American Manufacturers, afford facili ties unierpasseJ; and our well earned position will be maintained, and no effort spared to render this in th. future, as ia th. pa-t. th. FAVORITE BOUSE. E. ROBBIES efc X3 RADLEY, . Ifo. 223 Second Street (Adam Block). Memphis, Tenn. A CARD TO THE PUBLIC, ASt " Especially to Our Patrons!. OUR FACILITIES BY THE LATE GREAT DECLINE OF ALL KINDS OF DRESS GOODS and FANCY ARTICLES, and through our purchases we ar. enabled to sell opr w.U-selectod stack of Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Fancy Artioles, Boots, Shoet, and especially CLOTHING (whiih we intend to etesa oat regardless of cost), at such prices ss to EXCEL ALL OTHER HOUSES IN THIS CITY ; ' CHEAP TABLE OF FANCY ARTICLES WHICH WILL BATE YOCB MONEY. LADIES OF MEMPHIS AND VICINITY, eall and examine our stook. Our prices will at once convince you that we are STILL MASTERS OF THE FIELD I SAVE MONEY I BUY CHEAP, AT NO. 230 MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE THE CLAY BUILDING. GREAT DECLINE OF PRICES AT M. "WOLF & CO.'S, 33 0 - 3IITV STREET, - S30 Just Received and Purtfiasetl at Panic Prices: BLACK NILKS I stliAS-'S ISBS.sani iwmp.iiniw, iri.ii mmM w rwnru roM Una, French ana Engiun nennein,aiiaaaiu now panm mmm uuanni, Alnaens-very cheap, 1 bnmelean and Waterproofs, Empress Cloth, He. hnlr and Wool Plaids, all wool Delaines. Five hundred dosen Merino 1 r.iiAn ll lm I.nd and Child I'nderwear s Moan Nhirts In style t suit the hnmblest, and at prices to deiy competition 1 Lad and sjents' faeinslitctied, plain and embroidered Handkerchief i Bonnet Ribbons, 4l cents per yard. . II. WETTER & CO.,13 and 15 MonrocSt., p- iffi THE CELEBRATED CHAMPION i i i mm H part w P--1 mm o mm te o FOR SALE ONLY BY j ' ,,: II. WETTER & CO. ITniHt Hale. BY VIRTUE OF A DEED 6F TRUST TO ue executed, as Trustee, by John Norton, on the 4th day of February, A. ".. !S6?. and recorded the Vth day of March, W. in hecord BookNo. 65, pages 3l5,31ii and 817, of Shelby county, Tennessee, to secure tbe indebtedness therein specified, I will sell to the highest bid der, for cash. On th. 27th Day of November, ISSS, in front of No. 45 Madison street, in Memphis, th. lot of ground describsd in said trnt deed, sitne'e, lying and being be'ween Old Madison and New Madison streets, in tbe city of Mem phis, being the same lot conveyed to said Nor ton by B. b. Waddeir on the 15th day of Jul. laAt. Tb title is believed to be good, bnt I will convey only a truatee. Tbe right of re demption ia waived. Sale at 11 o'clock. . OKO. T. I1UBBARD, Trustee. November 17, IMS. 7t Attention, Latlion ! WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY AN n ounce to the Ladiea of Memphis and vicinity that we are prepared to make Dresee. in a I the latest atyies, and at moderate pnres. Particular attuuon faui to bridal and party toilets. Sat'.ifeetian guaranteed. A ls, French embroidery executed in the neatest atyle t y Mrs. KLblN. lnf.nts' and children's ward robes finished in a?u.rior manner. K'itihoi 1 ery, in all its braiehe-, taaib' by Mr. Klein. Ladies ef Kaxhrule vitiLng Memphis, pleas, take notice. MR v I. OZaNNB t KLEIW, ?Jn. Sr'1 He-o-o -r e, n-a' K'Mn-t. RICE & ENGEL, No. S33 Main Street, RICK A ENO ill EIJ ( Q AI5 81 REIT. W OFFER A LARGE AND SELECT STOCK OF STAPLE AXD FAiYCY DRY GOODS, WBICE TBET CIIEArER .TIIAX ANY KOUSi: IN THE CITY. ss CALL AXD Ittjtt ll),M,0M . a,noo,ooo . i.soo.oee a (00,000 400,00 AND POPULAR House SEW YORK, 1836. MEMPHIS), 1863. aTir depot ros SXt B. F. A V E R r.' S MST I A3 AMD JL MllXUt A V vv e m I T OB a - i I e I I. o W t-d i i o . s o cs 05 o K H 0 o p O o a 2 o o o o W 8 S f Q M H CO H o H B 1 U.S. Fire and Marine INSURANCE COMPANY BALTIMORE, MARYLAND. gso.ooo I. Deposited with State Antherltles Cash Capital, - $250,000 Assets, - i- 505,000 CEO. W. I. CBOOK, General State Agjreat, IT.! 7t l-a Main street. Xotlce Administratrix' Male. I WILL 8KLL. AT THE RESIDENCE OF the let Ha. C. Lowder.on Latham avenue, oa the ?!feh day of November, Ibri. all the per sonal property of said estate, en credit ofsig months, eonriatinr. in part, of Horses, Mules, Cows and Calves, Yearling. Waaon, etc., et. ADALINK LO DKR. 77 Amini.'ra'riv of I"1 t.ta. 5 5 RICE fi ENOEL, til - f 1 r I MAIN STREET. 1 WILL ELL"