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City eipreu. arriTM at 8i80 p.m. No. &,
antes Otty Bail, laaTM attiOO p.m. t Mo. L,
n.a Oil nail, arrive, at fliu a.m. No.
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Sara u folio-wit Throach aipreii leaves
lily a 10:00 p.m. Mall and esprees leaves
dally at W :00 a m. bomaryill aooommoda
tloa leaTee 4aUy, aioapt Bandar, at 4 :40
k.B. Tkrauh ainMll ftrrifM nlllf at B:W
u.ii a nmiiuflrii dally at 1C:S0
b.b, oomerville aeeoamodatloa arrives
daily, arpt Sunday, at :30 a.m.
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at dolly Sprints at 11 : n.m. Ho. -leaves
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Jllr.io.pfc.udy)at Si a.m.1 arrWai
at a :w asm.
For Tmnrmn Fair ather, dightiy
For Alabama and MiWMlpi: Fmir
vtather, warmer; variahlt windt, ihift
totcniiherly. '(!! i r
J For j4rfcinM: Fair vxilSer, warmer,
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"lime. Bar. Ttier. Wind. Win'r
7HX) a.m.80.2n3 32.0 N.W. Oleir.
8:00 p.m. O.2H0 42 0 N.W. Hear.
10:00 p.m 30.806 88.0 8.E. Olear.
MaiitDam t mper.to re, 4 !.
Minimum temperature, 32.
Oinne, 11a.m. - .
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See seventh pirs for "Hotel Ar
There wai a book rereption at
Misi Ooowav's fchool yesterday. Nino
.C.'J nlindred baoks Wi-ie received.
At the Theater tonight tb Ab
$ T bolt Company wi 1 appear in the
j f ,' oomlo opera Oityino, Ihe Cobbler, and
.1 i im xatry.
, ' R. D. Wilroa, a negro confldf nee
nan hailing from Pin B nnV was ar
rested laet evening on a charge of lar
ceny.' He was elling bogus lottery
- " i k case of trephining Instruments
.was found ry me ponce yesterday
eoneeaisd nadrr a houie. 'The owner
will And his property at the Police
' --A IiiCga of A. O. U. W. was re
cently ( iroi d in Wesl Memphis. Pas,
;.' -:, ' Grand Mas'er, Chas. Irby: Robtt
; . ,. Vance, Grand Master; W.Lamberson,
,. Hecretary ; lit. 11. Yt.f urneu, uurgeoo
The Memphis Banner bovs will
hold an op n meetirg at the Bnthel
on But day for the purno-e of eelebrat
lna the birthday tf Pct"Temilar,
Master Foy Trlnce. Thlj meetiugls
for all. . -
The hVt'nir of wr rk bv OanL 8. R.
Letch, yeit"iday, on the Plum Pol lit
: work, a as in Uvor of J. o Me 1'g e a.
- .: Oo. It coonlsts of about 600 ,00 J jarJs
and ex end i fr m Plum Point to tiie
bluffy by nay ol tioldJust and Ash
. port. '
Deputy Coroner Uirry held an in
aueet tutu moruioa on tna bo ly of H
B Burch, a c lored eiio t. wlo diet
suddenly at Ha. 137 Union s reft
Death was oiueed by tt aogulation
rernltiog Irora aa aflcction cf the
tJ The Southern League Bauball Quid
will Do ption-Ued by A. J Koich 4
Co., and will he in a 1 rtsie''ts similar
to the baai bi gulJes lu roiolori pub
liebed by th t f oue for t ie American
Aswri tion, Pie uteiit Morrow, of
NasbT.IIrf, hdvlng cjmpVtdd atraoge-
menM icoHi' g to inai ena
Laitevi-ning Van Fields, clued
' porter forth c othing store of W. II
Berry A Co , wae arraeted on the
charge of a eiling clothng from M
employers. At his le Ideic, No. 19
Torler a'reet.lhf poiicaifound a new
suit of (lotting and an overcjat. Bit
ry A Co. were some what aatonishtd
when inloruird By Cit. O il tver that
Fields had brea 'robbing them. II'S
attempts t) aeit "nnaicloihlug led to
-Ton'aM aT. M. 0. A. Ila'L 207
Main atm-t, tl lievi; Dtittott, tantor
oi me ratiwpM uaurcn, Macra
mento, Ca1 , w II de i vera tree lecture,
.. sbict. ' The Wuriders of the Yoe m
ite Valley." A dl.tlnaaKhed jglleh
tourist who has tiavled eKtemively
' ore r Karon, and the East ta d c f this
vaney: -it is uou s .mastrrptecs lo
natural scenery on tula plaoet' The
lecturer. Dr. Fro t, is cons, icuous La
his gift aid atalnmerts, and the
lectnracommi teottheT. M. 0. A.
leel that fiey ae greatly privileged in
offering to mrmberdof the aiaiciation
aou their friends, by the seueroai
, , propocai of ur r ost, such aa eDtr
tatnmentu is anticipated. The choir,
under the lead ralilp cf Profrssor and
., Mrs. Hugh, will bs in attendance,
wh'ch pr onisea (rood mutlo. All a-e
invited, lialpait eleven o'clock it
vne nour. u ia hpid that a good
audience will evidence an appreciation
of the comtni tee's enteiprise and the
lecturer's ktndte s and generoiity in
tendefing thi- en'mtainment.
.ItiBwca Waoa Jf, of Coblrwou
. yfllc, was niarrid on ihe day before
.Thaukeglvii g to Miss Mamie Wood,
cf Memphis. , ,
MwLaiLA JoBwrrow.'of Jackson,
Tenn., ant Jala Hien Veeob. of
Iouisvi'le. Ky., are viaiting M as Kate
oo Adau s street.
Taa Rr. M. H m fl .'.t I. ln v. n .
Jeans to de iver the opn n praer at
4he ded raton of the near Jewish
Widows' ai.s Orp1 ana' Home.
,E"T-.w DaKMioHT, correspondent
of Xrtck Pomcrojii Demaeiat, is io tl e
fiy PP lingau artTl ni. th. iodus
W? of Mtnihis, Mr DeKi,Uht is a
capable writer and clever gentlennisn,
od mill doubtleea lm.rees our c.irr. nB
Thb Jicisjn Uiivippian, ol he
2td iurtuit, eajs: It is rei oit?d that
Urn. Chalmers will beg'n the practice
of law at Memph a. We r-ope that
bis it true sod that the bill lent, but
. v! man m-lll titer. m.Al Wlth the
succtss to which his ability entitlts 1
Last nlabt at St. Peter's Church. be !
Rv. Fa'htr Blnomer tfiliiatiig, M.r.
D. DLis Donntllv wai uuitfd in rrar
ria,eto Mies Mary L'arv. The t
tend&n's were Mr. John MtCarty and
Mist Katie Mnlhearan. At er the
reremoav the bridal patty repnired to
the residerce tf the bride's uncle, Mr.
Dan Dooohue. on Johnsin avenue.
There a lare number of their friends
bad alTeady gathered and the happy
con pie were tODgratalated ssaia and
rgno. Alter paitxking of a most
ramptona repast and en joyinz them
selves o berwise ue guts s ten tor
their homes, each and everyone wisn
Irg a happy journey through this
orld to the newly married coupie.
Mr. Donnelly is a man of floe appear
ance and ia well known in this city.
The bride is a love '7 and accomplished
young lady ana one wnom any .man
shomd be proud of. The happy
couple received handsome and valua
b e presents from tbeir many friends,
which were gratetuiiy acknowieogea.
A FEABFCL ACCIDENT.
Ike Tletlaa will Loaa Balk Ers, If
Hal Bla Ufa.
Ltta last evening Gui Fleming,
white, and tgrd 14 yean, met with a
terrible accident while attempting to
board a Chesapeake railroad train
while in motion, on Tennessee street,
In front of toe Tennessee Brewery,
The bov sllDned. fell and was ran over.
One foot was cnt ramrelr off, and the
other was fright lully crashed. He
was carried to bis home at No. 67
Bbelby street, and Dr. Will Rogers
was snmmoned to attend him. Am
nutation of both lees below the kne
will be necessary should he rally luffi
einntlv so as to render ench an opera
linn nrarticahle. Hia condition la'e
Mjst nigbt was reguded as extremely
BIO FAIXTJBK AT BROWKSYILLE.
B. U. Thomaa dk C'a. Blake aa Aaalfera
R. G. Thomas A Co., of Browns
ville, an 0 d established firm, made an
aa anment yesterday, wun A. m
Austin aa assignee. The liabilities are
twenty tboostnd dollars, mostly due
ia Mempbii: assets ertimated at
110,000 in stock and $10,000 in ac
counts. The Memphis firms chit fly
interested are B. Lowenf teia & Bros ,
Uoodhar. Love & Co., Uoodbar dc Co.,
D Hard & Coffin and J. K. Godwin
Eaaaaa Abaalt la "Mikado" and
At the Thankrgivirg matinee yes
terday afternoon Mine Abbott ap
peared as "Yarn Yum" in the Mikado.
The opera was rendered with the
sims care and exoellenca as on Mon
dav nluht. and was hishly ei 1 yed by
a large audience. Tbe csst was the
fame as in the previous performance,
and each role was cleverly filled. Last
night Gounod's f'autt was given in
excellent style, the cast of characters
being as follows:
MarsnerlU .' TCmma Abbott
Bibal Mi.......n Llaaia ABnandala
Mariha...M.. ... Brrtha Vrioks
Valantina .. William Praatts
Mapbiaiopbelsi Wo. Brojarlck
Wasaar Kobart Baaamont
ITuit..... . hanor Mlchalena
As "Marguerite" Miss Abbott sus
tained her well earned reputation, it
being a role in which she appears to
advantage. Tbe Jewel song wte de
lightful y rendered, and her love
act nee with "Faus ." (8nor Michelena)
were exceeding y dramatio and at
tractive. Toe company rendered ex
cellent auppo't, Mus Annandale being
pleading as "Biebel," Mr. Broderick
singlnii and acting the role of "Me
phUtonhelea" in tine ety e, while
Michelena ss "Faust" was everything
to be commended. The minor char
acters were equally well suitalned.
Tonijiht the charming opera com
Iqus, Critpino and the Fairy, w i 1 be
sui g with a very bviie and brl liant
oast, and the Lulaby scdne from the
opera of Erminie will be sting during
ihe performance. Critpino is one of
Patti'a favoute operas, and abjunds
with spaikling music, blight melo
dious chorusei and amusing situa
tions, ihe opeia has everywhere
ben favoiably received, and Mi s
Abhrt r g mis It as one ol the most
pleating woika iu hr r pfrtory. On
Satnri'ay Emma Abbott wi lslng b itb
matinre and Light. At the matinee
she will sppear at "Marttis," one ol
her mofctcliarnilng role.', and the cajt
Inclu les nearly every meutier of the
company. At iiigbta la'g and fah
locahle audience will, io doubt, at
tend Abbott'a firs' appearance here in
Travalore. Her coitumis ate said to
excel any she has ever worn here,
and the pe fjrmanoa will bi- one
among the bett.
Bow tha Aaareatala RNnltrd tbe
Nrws t rout HtuamlaBlaa.
Bloominuton, III., November 25.
Jniiite Scott's order granting the enper-red-as
ia purely formal. Without
going into any particulars or g'ving
any reasons he simply csrtified that
his cpinion is "the reasonable ground
for 1 ranting the wilt." The news was
received by the condemned men
quietly, with soni. expressions of
pleafure, but few of surprise. Tbey
treated tbe snpeisedeas as a mat
ter of cou'se, and aaid little
except to intimate aa increas
ing belief that the Illinois Supreme
Court wou'd grant them a new trial,
though the admit'ed having been
still more confident that Judge Gary'a
rnlirg would bs in tbeir favor. Coun.
rel f ir the condemned Anaicuista ar
rived this evening, but did not press
the Supreme Court Oleik fo imme
diately issue the supersedeas ordered
ny uniet 4 an oe Koott. Torre was a
Ufstion is to the b galitv of having
e writ Issued on Thanktirtvlnv
wnen toe liollday had ended, one
minute after midnight, the record was
filed and thecer1fld writ IfsusJ.
The llioycle llacea.
Annrg the priie offered yesterday
wss a pckaga contalnii g three boxes
of Ko-Ko Tula, it wss appreciated
more than a sold medal, and hai tbia
addiiional advantage, that the winner
ran share his glory with bis lady
friends, wHch is mora than the gold
medal winners can do. Ko-Ko Tula
is rapidly bet-orpins? recoanis d not
only as a t win wins dainty, but as an
indispens this article in a w-ll supplied
Just retelv-d. a fine lot of imnortrd
L'nibatg-.r.O earn, Niufchatel, 8au
a.ig an t Rqifoit rtee e, at J. C.
Da.it is A 0r.V, N 300 Second street.
Mas, Wixaiow'y euoTMtxo 6tsup ikonld
alw,i ba nnd for ohildr-n 'aaibius. It
ooti.au tk'a etaild, aoltana tba uina, allays
all p-ln, e.iroa wind rnlic, and ii to beat
remady lor d.rritnat S5e a bottle.
KNtllaEFm nORRlHOM KETDBNH
' TO SENT TBK,
Bat Leevea Ilia Aaoinlaata Ben I ad
Him ta Proareate lae
f liarrna V Mnirliin nf New
York, a well known civil engineer and
an expert In ia Way hridne hol ding,
wai in tne city ou weanfe'isy iu?
du Dcee cf arranuinu fortakii a sound
ing of tbe liver at many poin'a in
order to eet'ie the question wmre iu
locare un iinotEe inivunrii w u- wun
hv the Kansas City Riilrond and
Memphis Bridge Coinptny. Mr. Mcr
ilion is chief engineer of tbe com-
rnrm mnA nam. liarM TTCOmmended
by Mr. Jay Gou'd for thit particular
wjrx. tie ien tue c;iy oa ntur
Aew nlnVit anH arill Tint rnlnrn for BSV-
l b. V.nt In tha meantime his
assistant, Mr. Duryea, will organ's a
force and proceed 10 taae souiiuiiinn
and make borings st many points in
Hnnth Mflmnh a where the river is
narrow, with a view to lecate the lite
for the briifie. The necewary ma
chinery for this important work will
be received here today. Tbat the
bridge will be built at an esrly day
is an etttbllshed fact, but the
character of the bridge will depend
altogether upon the investigations
to be made by soundings and borings.
It is possib'e tbat tbe necessary num
ber of piers cannot be put in, and it
may be that there will be 00 trouble
on that point. Should the report of
engineer, alter the important work
y,mm Kaon MrvnmriliRhed. show that
piers cannot bs put in tbe river, then a
lutpention bridge will possibly be the
kind of work that will be selected,
but- those conversant with the river
in front cf Fort Pickering have no
doubts or feara but that a solid foun
dation for pieia can be found clear
across the river and at no great depth.
When all tbe necessary facts have
been obtained bv the company, then
the oecereary Congressional legisla
tion will be secured, and tbe work of
erecting tbe bridge across tbe Missis
sippi will bs commenced st once.
Tbat this great and important enter
prise is on tbe road toward commence
ment and completion is settled, and it
goes without laying that before two
veers will have rolled away a railioad
bridge will be eeeo spanning tbe
Mississippi river at Foit Pickering,
but at what particular spot is at
present a mystery.
Mr. Duryea, the assistant of Engi
neer Monison, baa opened an office at
room No. 12 Cotton Exchange Build
ing, and will bs at work in a lew days.
This Is grat tying news not only to
Memphians but to the people ol (he
surrounding country in this and ad
joining States. The bridge will make
Memphis a grand di tiibulog point
for the products of tbe great North
west, and will aid in increasing tbe
trade of tbe city to all important
points west of the MiealFslppi river.
The Eettlement of the bridge question
will also settle another imporiant mat
ter, and that is tbe erection of the
anion d'pot. One will follow tbe
other immediately as a necessary con
sequence, bnt until the bridge matter
is definitely fixed no union depot need
be expected 10 mempnis.
Criaalnal Caart-Da Base, Jadce.
Calendar for November 26th : Nos.
00, Jerry Brown; 11, Thomas Murray;
f5 and 108, Syd Morris; 91, Beit
Brady; 08, William Armour; 89, John
For November 27ih: Nor. 114, Chaa.
Bate; 112, Andrew Hall: 124, James
Easnn; 125, Nat Tally: 87, Harrison
Wilburne; 94 and 93, Thomas Sweet.
For November 29 h: No. 107, Chas.
ILiward and Rosina Rowlett.
For November SOtb : Nos. 20, Oliver
Bowdre; 108, Dave Coleman ; 67, Louis
For December 2d : Noe. 110,117 and
118, Charles Lewii; 111, 119, 120 and
121, Joe Johnson, alias Joe Harris,
alias Tobe Robinson, alias Joe Robin
son. For Dicsmher 4 h: Nos. 100, G. W.
Littlejuhn; 115, G. A. M.ddccks; 89.
C. KeFs'er; 3, R. D. FiayBer and
Miss Oabrib M, Kkatino, pianist,
may be found at the Gayoso Hotel.
P. M. Stanlit, funeral director and
etnbalmer, 55 Madison street.
Lovely orange blossoms for brides'
dresses at the Womea's Exchange.
G. W.MiLLkB A Co, P. tent Asbestos
Fire Proof Rjolers. For durability,
equaled by nntie. Ufed 00 wot d, tin,
Iron, felt and gravel roo's. No. 65
Two eh gant pool and three billiard
tablis, all complete and almost new,
will hn sold by d nsteb e Ribinson at
No. 231 Second street, upstairs, Friday
moinicg at 10 o'clock.
Taa Herbal Chill Cure, the best
tonloanj antl-parlodia knawa. A oertain
and inrs aura for ehilla. frioall par bot
tla. Band itainpi for alrea'ari. Any rof-
Iranna tixan. Addrau Jobs 0. Backer,
Why do you pay $26 or $30 for
ready made suits when you can go to
L. Koeenstein A Bros., 2o8 Main a reet
and 18 Jefieiaon ttreet, and have a
suit made to oider. A fit guaran
teed. Thb question of a proper food for
infants interests all mothers; espe
cially those unable to name tbeir off
spring. Mellin's Food possesses all
the requisites as a substitute for
mothers1 milk, and ia highly com
mentied by the medioal faculty of both
Europe and America.
Woodruff A Oliver have removed
their catrisge repository to Nos. 378
and 380 Fiont street, adjoining the
A riNi aaeortment of Burgundy,
Bordeanx, Rhine and other wines:
also, tbe fineet liquors always on hand
at J. O. Duntas A Co.'s, No. 300 Sec
Who want the orettiest of Hats, Bin
nets and Hair Goods should visit L
ylgne'a, ln Odd Fellows' Building,
where all goods are sold at extremely
76 cents per 10 pound basket.
We have just received 400 baekete of
choice, tound ctawba graoes. This
will be about the laet tbipment for
this season. lttli a bbiblim.
Arlx ranaige, Rutelac caviar, Gohi
truflle liver eeuugo, in one and two
pound cans; alro. a fine lot of pate tie
fo'e graa at J. O. Dun si A CaV, No.
301) iSecond ttreet.
Nbw mu rkrautat J. O. Duntsj
Co.'s, No. 300 Sec nd street.
Snbacribe Tor tlie "Appeal."
APPEAL - - - FUT D AY,
HWS A MB
AND YOU'LL PROFIT BY IT
IF YOU ASE WISE.
HERE'S A POINTER! Good
Clothing is always the cheapest, as
it gives good wear and -good E&tibiac
tion. It lasts tho longest, and is by
far the best to buy,
HERE'8. ANOTHER POINT
ER! The Misfit CwrHiNa Pak
LOBS, 262 Second street, soli noth
ing but good Clothing. Our special
ty is Fine Clothing, bought at saori
fise prioes from the Merchant Tail
ors, and offered to the public at bar
gain rates. ( , r
HERE'S A. SUIT POINTER !
A real Well'nude Suit,' selling for
less than a much inferior grade of
goods can be bought elsewere, is the
Pointer with ; whioh the, Misfit
Clothing Parlors appeal to your
pooketbeoks. Our Suits are High
in Quality, but Cheap in Prioe. We
have them io 8acki, Cutaways,
Prinoe Alberts, Foil 'Dress,' and all
styles in vogue at the . preesnt time.
We have no cheap grades of suits,
but the extraordinary low prices at
whioh we buy enables us to sell High
Grade Suits for leas' than the cloth
and the making cost.. .The great ad
vantages we oiler make it a great ad
vantage to bay from as. ; -
HERE'S AN OVERCOAT
POINTER !-If you haven't an
Overcoat you'll soon baveto get one.
You may have bat a little money to
spend, but yet you want the best ar
ticle you can get for that small sum.
Well, you can get the best for the
least money at the Misfit Clothing
Pablo as. : ; ' i .
H ERE'S A PANTS POINTER
In addition to the Lowest Prices
we have the Best Assortment and
the Best Fabrics in Memphis. Whenl
good goods aid cheap prices go to
gether, the purchaser is always sure
of getting th most value for his
-it 2S2 f eccad Street
Opp. Court tqaare, Memphis, Tenu.
N.B. Remember, all alterations to
insure a Perfeot Fit, DONE FREE
OF CHARGE, by First-olass Tailors
in our Parlors.
HAVB pladtl with 0 n HENDERSON,
for aala.tt 4 I'niua at reet, or
O00DBAR A CJ., Halo itraat, bis lut of
Tbori ugh br d Cattla and a fa fine Marti
sndMulen Wil aall two tear old Uolat.ia
Ouwt at $300 todrou ealrai in th. aprins
and w II pay lur th oa'Tai flOO.Mh. Ak
old Iriendi to otll and laa tbe stock.
. J. L. (iOODBAR.
And Still They Come
FISE 11AM1 SEWED
VSTErerj Pulr Warrautcdldt
USILt a.t.oo A PAIR.
. 1 AT Til B.CH S AP CAS U
4tf Wwin Krot. Moniplili.
Jusr received, frfsh- smoke'l frtu'
geon st J. C. Dunli i & Co.'s, No. 300
1 "To I It ei'adieaT
: A splendid opportunity is offered to
the ladies of Memphis to learn dress
rutting by the Combination Tai'or
8 tstem, toe quickes', the simplest,
the mcst telitb e. Tha inventor a ill
teach anyone at their own residencs.
Complete infractions $7 ; no pay in
advance. Address T. Hawkins, No.
72 Madison ttreet, Memphis, Tenn.
Fbesh smcktd salmon st 3. O.
D untie A Co.'r, No. 300 Second street.
OatNOB 'flower water, silt sodalew
and milch herrings at J. G. Dunlae A
Co.'s, No. 300 Second street.
1 m af 1
Juit arrived, the "Improved Call-
Sraph." Key & Co., No. 44 North
Vicxsbdbo, Mus, November 25,
Departed: Arkansas City, St. Louis.
PrrrsaoBo, PA.,November 25-Nlght
River SO feet on the gauge and ris
ing. Weather cold, with snow all day.
Whdjko, W. Va., November 25
N'ght Kiver :0 feet 7 inches on the
gauge and rising. Weather cloudy
8t. Lotus, Mo., November 25. Night
River fallen 110 feet, and stands
6 0 10 jet on tbe gnnsre. Weather
clear and oM. No arrivals. Departed:
City of Vkkaburg, Vicksburg.
LouiBViLLi, Kt., November 25.
Nonn River stationary, with 11 feet 7
inches in the ctnal anu 9 feet 6 inchts
on the falls. Weather cloudvsndcold
er, with llftlit enow. Buloera duiU
Arrlvtd: buckeye State, Cincinnati.
Departed: Butkeye State, Memphis.
plaint of thousands sutTorinff from
Astlima, Conauinption, Coughs, etc.
Did you ever try Acker's Enirlish Kem
eayr It is tho legt preparation known
for all Lun Troubles, sold OU a poei
tive guarantee At 10c., 00a
NOVEMBER 20, 18S0.
J. t,Mt: C. ltt.LL, l'realUeut.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY GO.
Nos. 200 and 292 SECOND STREET.-MEMPHIS. TEIfKa,
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS
Saddles, Harness, Collars,
AI17EItY HIBDWABE 'AN LBATIIEK.
ar "SPECIAL PKICES te Kallroad ant. Levee Confractora for Wairon, Scraper and Cart Harna. "
A BOX of KO-KO TULU
' ,i '-are. a ;;
' T i
l y mitt
' - ' ;' 1 'J mxlrTTk V 4 r!Tj f,
For Sale ETeryv!ire In
Deylled faba, Htarlna,
aalmoa, fresh Caa Maekerel,
Brook Traat, yetera.
Mackerel la Taaaata CaUnp,
aweel ataffed Pleklea,
Soar Pleklea hj tbe al. and la Jars,
Pleklea Oaloaa, Hot Mel lab,
Waoater Baaee, Teoiata Vataap,
Capers, Maatard, Carry Powder,
Salad Oreaalac, Ollwea, Olive Oil,
Cream Ck' aae. Celery Sanee,
Celery ' ,, Ele., Ke.
J. F. BUCKHAM & CO
riHEA A cCABTIIT.Propr's.
140. 112, 144 Front, Memphis
ONE or THE LARGEST BOILER SHOPt
in tha Sooth, and tha only eomnlett
Boiler and bhoet-lrorj Worki in tha eity.
aaaaarMetarerBal Heavy Piute iron,
work or every deeerlpilaa. bpeoiai
a'Untlon aiy.n tn plantation wnrlt.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON
tuiportari ana ueaiers In Onafctaaa.
a I tloa and f labia Tackle, Ballder1
Hardware, tleetrte Sells aad Aa
Baaelalorsfor Hotel! and Reaideaoei.BoO
Mala at reet, of eBapfeia, Teaa. Xlaatrie
appliM aJwari oa haad. Repairla aaatly
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
nans, Auiniuultlon, Fishing Tackle
and hportsmene' Mupplleg.
W U0LK8ALR AND RUTAlL
Ml Mala Ntreet. Memphla, Tenai
Masafaotnrlrs and Repa'r-'na "ni l
Bpeoialty. LarsettBtook. Beat aaiortment.
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationers,
a IS Blaia NU, Memphis. Tenn
Afiew scpplt or
Imporur aad Dealer la
Sana, Plablaa Tackle aad Sparta
mea'a Sappllea, aw Special attentioa
siTsa to MANUf ACTURINa and Bl
PAIRTN8. -ma . .
41 Matin wtBf enaphls. Tenn
For a caofk foetM
we will print a ten
in One Million it
uf of leadlnt A
rers and eemp'ele tha work IthiB Ian dayi.
J hia ia at th rale ol only aoe- lib 51 a aant
a line, for 1000 Ciicnleliool Th. adTertiia
ment will appear in bat a Urifle Ifiue oj any
paper, anl eonemnil H' be P'a -ed be
fore Uno Million different pewip.per pax
ehaaer.i or FiTt Millio 1 RtAnsaa, if tt la
true, aa iiinetlmei ttated that .very news
piper ii looked at by St. eroni on
erase Ten lines wil- .000 m mod ate aboal
aT.ny-S e wordi Addreu, with epp oj
arl.eriiH.ment and ohertfot 'tend SO fear
lorbookof 16 i.e... OEO.P. ROWELL A
CO .IQEprara nr-et. New t orb.
Rockaway or Buggy Mare,
Very ten tie. atanda withont hilchi"S. sale
for lady to drlre-knowa at the Camn mate.
CITY OIL WORKS.
:-s i yzyr
CHEWING GUM is an
yTat in-IirTITT i""" ':l3m 'Z-
r-.fim suit.- laautiiaaa ;
lie FnUetl SfaH We Snre
NO. 7 MADISON STREET.
PAID UP CAPITAL, t : t j t i t t $100,000
Zu rarest Pealcl on Xex3oaaltaw.
OPSH ATCBDAlB CSllL 7 0C1UCH P.M.
M. H. KATZENBIBKEB, Prudent? i I. KATZENBER6EB. Cashier.
BOA at D OF DIBECTORS.
w. H. CABMM.L.
JOHN A. DEN IE.
J. W. HOHOhR,
ARMISTEAD & LUNDEE,
COTTON FACTOKS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Vo. AAf Front Nlreet, dor. Fnlon, HfemtthlH. Tenn.
OF MEXPHIS--A SAFE
Ho. 42 MADISON STBEET, MK8IPU1S, TJN.
a. nTTnl.RT PBaTHFB.Prealdeat.
B. 1. BUAt,H, Caanier.
BOABD OF DIBKCrOBS. ' , ,
W D.BETHEL J. R. GODWIN, S. P- BEAD. ,: W N. WrLKERSON,
TH08 H ALLEN JNO OVERtSA. Ja.. W. Ft TAYLOR. R. B. SN0WDKN.
8.XM(AoWKEL. R DUDLKIf FHATSEk, Wm. A. WILLIAMSON,' R. J. BLACK.
BAVIBieS BSPEOIA1XT SOLICITED. . lISTBaBSf PAID OX nEPOSITB
THIB INSTITUTION IS AUTB0RIZEDUNDKR THE LAWS OF TENNESSEE j
Te do a O.neral Banklna BnstneM.DIoonnt Parer, rto. To Bay aad'Rell Hteeks, Bonds aad
Local Beeariti... 'lo Revive Deposits and pay INIERESr thereon. To, Inyeat in beoantiea
for Butatei, Minora. Truteea. and others. To at a Trastee, Adiofiaitrator. Kaeoutor or
Oo.rdian, ram. aa an Individual. To aot aa Keoeiver for Corjoratiotia. Lltant, and la
a'l oaae. of Trait. To Bay and Sell Exchange. Alto, have a Safe D.poiit Vaalt, wherwia
Valuabl. of all kinds oan be safely kept. A Depository ol the But of Terineiee.
aa-Siwoial Attention Paid tn Ooll.t1nns. Patron.re Roi'."tluily HilioiUd.-wa
T m r . nu A Ttni
Lata J. T. LaPrade A Co.
AND CIIl5II8&io IERIIANXrH,
No. 301 Front street, : Memphis, Tenn.
aa-Havin, retired from tbe Saddlery and Harnem bntlnem and opened aa oflloe aa aISj
plo-ed to announce to oar Iriendi and
to terra th.m in our new oapaoity. Returntns thanka for the Tory llherai P"n.""
Unded ui in the old line, wa tru.t to merit and reoeive a hre o' yoar feTori in
SUGGS & PETTIT
grocers, cottoii facto:
And Commission Herchants,
SOO and SOS Front St. ; Mempli.g Tenn.
1AMB8 8. ROBINoON.
aa-D.po.it. reoslved in saml ol ! and apward, aad, laWrart allowed oa same Beatrr
aarWaUhilJVd aall loeal Iaveitinent Bonis and Seoltlea erally, .pay taaea, set laa
toa.tiX and. U (..wai. aaeoat. any inaneial baaiaM paoairlna a aaia aad rPon.lb
aarViMoa drafts, la ioi to mlt porehaaen, oa all parts of Earope. j,Li at
5wea"Jamn.odiona Vaalt for tha depoiit f valaaWea, whioh U at the aanrlae el
ear eaatomera. Prea of tibarsa.. ..,,' 1 v.
D.P.HAUDEII,Pre8fdeBU ErTD; BOLOSMITH, TIce-PrealaDBt.
M ' J4BPS WATHtW. Huskier.
J. C. NEELY.
BROOKS, KEELY & CO.
GROCERS, CO TTON FACTORS,
Ifo. 807 Front Street, : MeinpliU, Tenn.
HKIKll, rec'y aaid Treat.
Elegant HOLIDAY GIFT
i- ... , ;.V-, .
and Buy the fiennlne Article.
( M-Ai COHEN,
T. F. TOBfN.
J. H. BIBCOE.
A. 8. MEYFRrl.
DEPOSIT, TRUST CO. AND
W. BJ. WlLKKBSnW.
Wets, niiiriv- btj- ' tw . w i rrr- r rvajstav:
WMB BirrtJi,Teller. .
Lata with J. X. LaPrade A Co
the. pnoua tenerauy " ' f "
tiio puvnu num r -
or mo rurr "
hre o' yoar feTorj in the net
17. P R A DK. MoOKATH A CO..
' DAVID r. UkUV&a.
JAMK8 A. OMBBria.
H. M. NEELY