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TAILOR, DRAPER & IMPORTED
Jto. 38 MADISON BTEEET,
Il In rwelpt of a larger,
iest stark fCASSIMEEE,WOUSTi;i)S,SLITlXt;s
aid OVKKUOiTUOS, (all
tlei,)-tkiaa was ever ihoirn ia tfaii market. Tan
tack ctnprltei the choicest
aaa Most di ratals goods la gentlemen's wear
WT baxsplei ana Prices
Who hive left measures.
230 MBS STREET,
K8W StQBk 0
NEW AUCTION HOUSE,
VT E would rci'octfulty announce to the pnblio that we hare opened an Auction II our t,
VV and will ooatl'iot the Meneral Auction Business, at our old stand, to. 195 stnlu
Street, in tlie Wehafcr B:ook. Having soured toe services of MnJ. J. R. MnDON ALD, the
well known Auerieo bale-man, who has a lung exnerierc in the anotioa business, we are
prepared to mats s e at RliWiDBN'ES or H'tOtttHuUSES, and will pay particular atten-
wavu div ie ui iviT-n u'inq buu ri'iiwii n iiuvini patron age, Hiuur UIOUO IS UUlVfl. RAJLtHS
and PKuMH a 1ST TLKV hNTa We will make special rales with Attorneys, Adminis
trators, Aaaipa-oa, Sht riffs. Commissioners and Guirdians. Kales at our talerioaia daily
ivu uii'ob . m aui) to oiuqi p u.iiou iraue oa.'es once a wees, toe U.tjf to bo an
aoanoed hereaf'.or. Consignments ot Merohand'an of every kind solicited.
K. s-TllOlF V CO., Licenced Auctioneers.
J. F. MrrTiONALn, "nle.m.n.
' AND BATURDAK MATINEE,
SALSBCKY'IS TKOUBA HOURS
KATE S ALSBURY A NF.LLTB McHUNRT.
Fust production here ot the New Faroioal
THE IirmitllSG IIIKD!
8 ACTS OF Vf"1! WIT MUSIC I
Pee. 8 7 TH ATCliari, PRIMROSB A WEST
Dee. 8-9-10 H-MK3. 1). P. BOWERS.
.Open Daily from 1 uutil 10:30 p.m. 1 Satur
days from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.
A Menslrena Bill of Wonders.
MHB WONDBROO," eaptured on the eoast
of Africa and the only one ever in oaptlv
ity, and a host f other new features.
A StTONtl, A
la the most lautbahle sketoh RICK-RACKS
in ear bcautinl Bijou Theater.
. ADM'B ION ONLY...
HE L ESTATE.
REAL B8TATB ANI 1,AW OFFICE.
W D t.Q VIPK IN, 9 MuHI-on St.
i'O It EXCHANGK.
(JUnnri cm bridknoe
fDfJUUU a Lou, .i to tisto,
for suburban property.
w. n. TiiiUHKlN 9 Mnrliann at.
FARM I wi h to lea e my f rra, three
and a half miles nouthe.i't of (Jollior'
Tille. on the Mi Pleasant road, contining
Eiaht Iluaared Arra, in Tenneas-e and Mia
i ssippi; well Ixnoed, with (iiih'iuae, stables
and oabins auftimerit f, r all puri o'or; the
best of wf II wtor, and stvik water in abun
dance in the dryeit t mes.
HBO. A. BMTTK.
FO 'KKN 1 AM SALE. "
ST0REU0UMK aid FUures for rent, an'"
atnll rtock of new toods lor sale, at Con
eordia landiar, M sa. Apply 00 premise
to Mrs. 8. A. WUon, or to
F. I) HERR0N,
Fynt a'ree'. Mr miiho Tenn,
MADAM N01VAN. Efvptlin Fortune
Teller and Ruiineaa Cairvoyant, can be
fpnsulted at her Parlon, 96 Commerce street.
DRS. LIPSCOMB KNOX-Offlce. 273
Main at., over Leidy'a. Office telephone
665- Dr. Knot's telephone, at reaidenee, 9r)l.
KATlTi HADriELL-Pleaae write to yonr
own FRANK M. H., Memphis, Tenn.
. ll ET HOOK A iiiOlLL to wlather strl
VJI your doors and windows. There! solid
eomfortand eoonomy In this,
ond and Madison streets
CISTERNS Built and repaired and war-
W ranted. Inrentorif the Banitary Port-
land Cement Pump. Contractor and briok-
TABLE Large brick (table on Short
Ihird street. K. U. MUaBx,
304 Front street.
ICKLT Hurnuhfd Front Room to gen
.1. 1. . . mi v .
.ivmrii nan, ptriii Tunc. H
fu EAT COTTAGE-tiia rooms. Apply at
XN 42 Moaby atreet. A. COKDKS.
"VTEW 810RI-NutbeMit eorner Main and
JJN Poplarste. M. K. CON A WAY. 2K6 Main.
At 144 Third street.
HOOMS BieelyTumiebed (ront rooma. at
60 MONROE ST.
OMS Two bueueot rooma. tor colored
people only. Ihb UWIDK bT.
BOOMS VnniiaLed, for two or three gea
tlemcn ; re'erence required. 211 Main at.
OFLHNDID rooms, furnished or unfur
Dnished, with boards 160 LINDEN SI;
ROOMS Furnlahed or'anfurniahed, at
121 COURT 8T.
i0o UNION 6T.
KoOMrt At 6,1 Madiaon
B. M. Kama, 38 Madison.
Qf-) CARROLL AY. t rooms, Inrnisbed
XiV7X er nnfurnished, suitable tor man and
wife or single lady; tne location and mode
Tate term a. .
THE GILBERT PLACE Corner Kayburn
venue and Jackson street: two-etory
frame, about 24 aerea land, fruits of all kind.
fine fruit and vegetable cardan.
W ui rent
for a series of years. Also, another place,
gome six acres, near Gaston's; fine vines
and fruit, with reaidenee.
b. 11. MorAitbtHD, 23 Madieon it.
1-1 OO MR
JT Nos. 8, 9 and U ia Cotton Bsohenge
BulldLng, on second ftoor, fronting on Seoond
street, formerly occupied by M. B, end A,
K.R. Apply ai SI Madison streeU
T ABftBORK-firet Boor and eellar.
XJ with side and rear aatraaoes, Nos. SU1
and 3M Main street.
OFFICES No. 2K1 Second street.
DWKLLINOS-Noe. 81 Main street : UO
Ceuri aueet and 9 Qnimby stseet.
VACANT LOTS Apply to
E. B. bNOWDEM or J. L. O00DLOB,
as Madison street.
00M8 Pleawent rooms, furnished U
aestred, wlUi relorencos.ativiuadisen.
FFiCE-Kret door- .
At 33 Madison street.
4KLKU ANT kOOMW-At 69 Market street;
, slnjle or en suite, furnished or uulur
Bished, good water, and rear business.
STORKHOCbB-Four story and basement
torehotinB No. S64 Ftont street.
. MALLOH Y, CRA'VFOHD A CO. ,
( COTTON FFfCE Apply to K. M. Apper
KJ son A Co., No. 364 Front street.
HOySK-SaeWasblngton H'. ; 7 rooms ana
bathroom. Apply at 1SS Poplar St.
OTORBUlilBkf- " "
D Vo. 1W Main Street,
I0. 2t M.ln Rir I
Ho trt Main Street.
a fa un I ya 1. ( v.
wore varied end better art
this saasoa's laworta.
assigns, duett textures
oa application to those
MULE - Owner can have same by proving
property and paying oliarrei.
C1L0AKS A liberal reward will be paid for
the return of two (loaka t ikei from Ath-
leiic v-iud enteriatn merit taut Friday night:
tions asked. Rturnt
P. C. KNOVLT(N,2W Main st.
lOW On Thursday, near neon, two eowat
y one a blaok, with erop and hole in one
ear and slit and hole In tho other; the
omer, rea ana wuue epottea, with a swallow
torn in ngnt ear; teats have black marks,
near eorner of Lane avenue and Ayrea street.
tOW SS REWARD On Nut. 1R. from O.
KJ Johnson's dairy, on Old Raleigh road.
meicea, one iisjnwoa cow, some white on
her. rope ronnd horns, with rinf in; heavy
wun can. xne aoove rewara tor aeiiverr.
Vf 0LE3 On the night of Oot. 8d, 3 miles
-i-T-i- east 01 uoiiierviue, z Bines mare mules;
one abou t four years old, in good fix and
trimmed up, with little white spot under
law; the other, ten or twelve years old,
rough, and not so well trimmed. Reward
for information, or return of mules to i. VV .
i'oung, Memphis, or
W.T. PHIOF!. CollierTllle, Tenn,
PUP A leson eolored pointer do pup;
white fret. A reward will be paid for its
return to 3ol Linden street.
LAD 1 '8 JAPANESE PO0KRTB00K
Containing twenty and ten d iliar told
piobe . A liberal reward lor its return to
PER A ULASHES-Pearl setting; full
nilDO. L. R Wiaara. ennraved thernnr
Leave snrue at Bank of Commerce and in
IV 4 MED.
EOUR Young Men to room and board
at Johnon mini,
c of Qaynao Hotel.
1RL T' do generil hoaework.
X Apply at lH:)Th'rd atreet.
Munaon'a or Lsngley'i
Call at 6$ Mark t street.
YOUNU MAN An energtio young man
to can v sa the city to sell a usoful artiole.
Sells at sight. Addre'S
MANUFACTURER, thii office.
SITUATION In a hardware or grocery
store, or as oolleotor; satisfactory refer
ences; state saiaiy. Address C. this office.
TWO GOOD PLIIMBERS
RUTLEDQE A LAGOMARSINO.
1 BURNISHED ROOM-With or without
. beard; etr.te price. A Idress GENT.
TWO GIRLS At Memphis Steam Laan
dry, 224 Second etrert.
UOSITION-By a Civil Engineer to take
X charge of eonatruction work or nse In
strument in a party; can furnish referen
eea. Address J. A. WAhll, bt. James, Mo.
AN EXPERIENCED Lady Canvasser to
canvasa for the Wiilian s Cors-t. Apply
between 1 and 6 p.m., at 245 Seoond street,
np-s'aira. third room.
NURSB GIRL Mrs. C. Samelaon,
150 Warhinston St.
SITUATION-On a farm as manager; can
fnrnlah references. L. J. R., this office.
DAY BOARDERS At
77 AD A MS ST.
SCRAP IRUN-A quantity of toret and
machinrry torap iron and old car wheels.
ST. LOuIS MALLEABLB IRON CO..
Kt. Louis. Mo.
HOTEL DRUMMER- 1
At Chambers noose.
DALESMEN In every State in the I" Ion
a torepreaent a rAlKT MANUFACTUR.
NG EbTALLISUMENT having several
jriOMLTisa that are popular and easy sell-
incr- un tie nanoiea aione r In connection
rim other goods. AdOreaiTIlE WM, B
PRIOF MANIIF(4. CO.. BALTIMORE. Md!
MEN To do station work on the
jJJ Memphis, Birmingham and Atlantio
R.R., near Abrrd'en, Mi's. Applyon work.
GARVEY k LEB, Contr ctors.
ROOM 4 Furnished front looms, with nse
of bath-room, fcr two stntlemen Ad
A. 1 272 cecond street.
OLD GOLD A filLVKR-For caab or ex
eh an re. MIILPOKD. Jee'-r. Mala
RAfl lAi ANDSCAT105 MEN On the
)JJ Memphis Branch Iron Mountain
Railroad. Wages. 1 1.75 per lay. Applyon
the work, eight miles wet of Barlon.
OLKMENI k hELLY.
HANKY i SCOTT.
1 PLAT Or part of a residtnee (three or
four rooms), In good aeithborhood, for
light housekeeping, on reason aula terms; ref-
erenceeoicttangoa. aa. w. M, r..this omce
OHf i TEAMS AtlA per da,; M) Drivers
JJJJ al 11.60 nor day. Pal
day nlsht. 200 Station Men ; will nay from
12 to 17 oents per yard. Best work en the
levee; no roots; no grabbing; ,ui naw work
In fields. Go"d camps. Ieqnire of
F. A. JONES A CO.. 61 Mtnroe street,
or on works ef Forrest A Co., Auatln, Mlas.
s'J OOD Colored Chambermait.
VJ At 72 Madison street.
flOOK-Uood nrst-cl&asoooket 299i fteo-
ona aireea. np.aiaira.
E00M8 Two or three unfurMnhed rooms
by two perabns. Apply it SohUling'i
Boardinghoose, Adams street. 1
A GRNlH-ln everv town ti ,
Xi-andOraans. HOUCK A CD.
STAMPING AND EMBROEERlNG-To
order in best styles at T
MAN An intelligent. earnert man to rep
resent. In hlf own local ijy, a large re
sponsible house. A remuneraive salary to
nyht party. Steady ieitio References
eiehanged. Amrrican Mauufaduring llaae,
IA Rarcl.y t.. N. V. I
Miilford, Jewrilnr, 204Nain Btreet,
BOliclU orders fry rathe toontrj.
RAILROAD D VLUPflO f
IX TIIE SOUTHERN STATES DTJR-
IXfi FIVE TEAKS.
Tbe Passenger and Freight BasI
ness Doubled History of
.J'be Railvay Tughler of Navembsr
27th eBy8: Ui rin tne Utt five ye trs
thtre t-s 8 '5een 8 remarkabla increa5e
of rtilwk'T 'ac'liti:s in the Southurn
8ta!es. fia " Bbi wn not alone ia the
amount of . " ilwy conftruntlon
but by tbs grt."8' prosperity of thu
older rosrt and ueucr accommo
Jttliorjs furnbbe J,
Tbechmgeof (janx'" was D 6olu!e
necfFBity in ordt r to .",ble the com
panies to tcaomintll bandle the
larger volomeoi buaiut-w ah J to make
ena.er tbe operation of throqjrii trains.
Another most noticeable faci is the
quicker time of express traits. It is
only a year aeo that the journey frm
St. Louis to Nashville caDsnme.l (he
greater pnrt of a diy nnd nirht, while
now it is mBae in a night or day. We
can hardly realize that tea years ago
perhaps a maj irity of careful railway
men bclieveu mat tun pi-oj e'ed Uitt'
e nna-i eouitiern wcuia De an nn
The fi.-st noticeable improvement In
the corjilitfon of t'omhern railways
rams from tun aisorp i u of sriiaU by
la'gH iinHi huu me uu iuing un 01 ei
tnnhive ays'eaiH. Tne Louifvill and
Nashville, th9 R:cbmd aud Dtnville
and ther Central of (ienria were tbe
pionei rs and nfiers ard came the ex
tension of the Illinois Central to New
Oi leans by the purchase of the old
lines between that city and Cairo,
rnse consolidations live retulted
in an immense improvement in the
physical condition of tue roads and
S imulus to trjiUc. Iu conjunction
with tbe northern connections an ef
fort a? succesEfully ma 'e ta build up
an exenangs ot commoditiea between
the Southern and Northern Status and
for the encouragement of tourist
travel. If tbe figures were obtainable
they would probably show that the
pasanDger and freight business of ttie
Southern railways has doubled during
me ia( tigm or ten ye-trs ana at tbe
came time the rates have been re
Ui tne comparatively new systems
the most conspicuous is the Cincin
nati, Ne Orleans and Texas Pacific
The northern part, tbe Cincinnati
Southern, has more than realized the
expectation of its projectors for it has
become a great artery of traffic and
immediately stimulated the competi
tion 01 tne Kentucky Central and Jel-
Jico line between Cincinnati aud
Knoxville. Before this the Alabama
Great Southern was eon unprofitable
and vretcned relio ot disappointed
hopes, but it qu'ckly began to mend
when connected with the Ohio river
by the new road.
The coDS'ruction oi tbe New Or
leans and North Eastern complete!
the direct line to New Orleans and
that terrible burlesque on a railroad,
tbe Vicksburg, Shreveuort and Pa
cific, has been extended to Shreve-
port, placed in sale condition and
connected with its eastern outlet by
a transfer and inoliue, thus ending its
Isolation. Ths growth of this system
has been rapid and on the whole satis
The East Tennessee, Virginia and
Georgia has been built up into an im
portant railroad system. Tbe old
Blue Mountain rou'e was always a
favorita but it needed enterprise to
acquire the Macon and Brunswick
and supply the missing links between
the former city and Cuattanooja. The
company now has inconnec'ion with
the Norfolk and Western a line reach
irg from the Potomac'itnd the Atlan
tic to Memphis, Brunswick and Meri
dian. This combination has no, yet
attained its growtu cut, revivitied by
ti e reorganization, is preparing fur
The Newport News and Mississippi
Valley and its connection, the Louis
ville, New Orleans and Texas, ia also a
new comer on the stage, in which the
old Chesapeake and Ohio would
scarcely be recognlzad. It seems only
the other day that paseengors took the
steamers from Huntington to Cincin
nati, and were 01 leu stranded for days
on some treacherous sandbar. The
Big Sandy and the Chesapeake, Ohio
and Southwestern not only brought
tbe Chesapeake and Ohio line to
Louisville, bnt also extended it on to
Memphis. The acquisition of the
Kentucky Central furnished the Cin
cinnati connection. Tbe route ia now
complete between Newport News and
New Orleans, and the results upon tbe
adjacent districts are beneficial in the
By the extension of the Louisville
and Nashville system to Chattahoo
chee river, where it was met by the
Savannah, Florida and Western and
the Florida Central and Western,
Florida was made accessible from tbe
West and the long detour by wot of
Montgomery was avoided. This has
been followed by the construction of
a large number of new railways in this
before little frequented State. It is
not long sgo that Jacksonville was the
most Southern point in Florida
reached by rail and the few visitors to
this balmy section pursued their jour
ney farther by boat.
Now the railways cross and recross
aj far down as Tampa and Kissim
niee City, aud tbe change amounts to
a virtual revolution. It is but a short
ride by rail from Jacksonville to St.
Augustine, and almost hundreds of
new towns have sprung up all through
tbe central part of tbe Slate, all rail
way stations. Florida is the moat
conspicuous example of what enter
prise has of late years done for the
Southern Sta'es, and each year the
tide of touriBt travel and volume of its
Tbe Mobile and Ohio was almost
the last to shake off the old lethargy,
but within the year it has become
aroued. The poor little narrow
gauge Detween jast t. Louts, and
Cairo was acquired, rebuilt and made
part of the line whereby St. Louis
became its nortbsrn terminus. Under
its present efficient staff the road
promises to be a live competitor for
all tbe business to bs bad.
We csnnot speak as fully as we
would like of this improvement and
new construction. It would be inter
esting to note in detail the steady
progress oi tbe older roads and tne
perfecting of its service. We cannot
record tbe extensions and brsncbes of
the Illinois Central in Mississippi, tbe
building of the Oeorgia Pacific and
other new roads in the uplands of the
South, nor tbe numerous enterprises
now in course 01 construction.
These projected new lines and ex
tensions of the older roads srs of tbe
greatest impiriancs, and when com
pleted wi 1 farther change the map
ualil that of five years hence will
seem as antiquated sa d es one now of
five years ato. I he tendency is to
open ui new lines extending north
snd south and alsi southwest f oao
the Misa silppi to the Atlan ta. Over
the old and new routes wiilfljw a
mighty commerce, the grain and
nit.'- Mtititw Hjtih ar.tl 8 nhwest
ceng exchanged Jrthe timber an
product o; s of trie summer reiiioas
R' v;ewing the cba: g a ami growth
01 me oou uttn railway tydieim tht
1 ave occur:eu aur ihe lait five
nx veefs. we-intra co isluduithat im
l-oitaiit anUtx ent.ve satuey.itre the,
out vrece.:e ann pive me wv f rs :
a gr.t-t r revolution,' E trywhtv
turrets a ui'g uy exp'BBon i ml in
crewe in ail l a-jrjiiiWs nat o"s Rreaf
pa u nify B e g- V;s b. u gla-g-s' lii the
ner-er r g'Oua W Hie W e t. t:d Nortl
WiSt. ISitj tfirt . b u'lifr.i .Mates,
though Chi and Wdlr ktow.', arj tt.lt
cotnp iratively aiiarely Ke'.tltd and
capahleoj yf tilevekpmeut, .
It is tha pa: t t;f . the rail -( y , to a!d
this expansion nd sUutul, t- thin
groath. The attention of c it-iUli ts
14 tnrneil tn. tliA tnv.r'nrr fl!.t n. -
cuiuvsiea t snqy srinuia cavd been,
and it is, pr.ibblr) h.t numerous new
railways ai,l on bj oudertakeu ad
cnmplided jWhjch will opert iipt xtpn-
eive b iitioi'j ar.ua'tiae; mauviuimi-
grants bealdes changing o'd ideas and
methods... 1 .. .rii
Lvidently tbe South, rn States iro
entering u a-period ( f prosperity sur
passing ni autiCTJBi'ons ol ttit'ir nit s'
kMDgtUne ifil-ads! :id in which their
rail a) a wtri slHjre. ..
Bjr Peril Th Toft fcilpr U'eattirrrortl,
Wbo Tt;nsta fTuHrli at Tltoee
Mr. Q. K. Wesi'ber'o:(l( tle'inqu'ttt
poll tax collector, fi ei his bill in the
Cliaticary Court jes enhy, reciting
the following 1art:' Ti atbewaasp
po;nted In.Aprij. lSfiS, e.iileotor of
pod tax; that Trns es Harris far
nished hlw with I'S's of nucollectud
poll tax for .ysiira prior to 18H for the
State and county, cd fcr years piior
ti 18S3 for . tha Texing Kat ie, but
hihi. ior iut years pr or io m.l
l8o lor county eni b.a e, and in 1881
ior tne Tuxiua 1 umnrt. sad
Trustee TWria. hid. failed and
refuted to .ftuniso lists. Com
plainant a'Hi aleua that ths
County Court, at its Aj ril term, 188.'
and at its Oo oher term, 18S0. orderei
said trustee to furaish him with lists
of a'l unpaid poll taxes but that said
order bad been uatsk tentlv izmored
The prem's-'s considered, tompnicant
prays for an ,alterttive inaudatnm
requiring ta d Trustee Harris to fur
nish liats of unpa:d'p6ll tixes for l,i84
and 1835 In 8 ate aud County and for
1QQK . .. .1 1UDH i Q- I T!
Chancellor'Klttitt, at .'or reading tbe bill,
granted tbe bill, retnrnable December
t'hnneery Conrl Kllet, t'aasieellor
Decrees Pas-sed Thnrsdiv. Dc.im-
ber 2, 1880: State vs Atm-tionu. oidrr
to cancel note; Lawhoxn vs Farrabee.
final decree; 8 ate vs Alexander, dis
missal as to 91 acres: Stale vs Aliren.
dismissal a? to lot, 16, block Mj City vs
Trice, dismiacal as to lot on Eichaoffa
Today will bu motion day.
Monday's Jury Ca'endar; P . index-
ter vs Collier, Coiiforth vs Warner,
Burns vs. Chamberlain, P.inols Oil
Works vs Newetl Mill Uorupauy. Hiate.
etc,vs Smith, Muilally vs Mi burn
'iia Company, Fiynn va Hooih, Stste,
etc., vs Memphis Ciiy Railtoad Com
pany, liott vs People's Insurance
Circuit Coort Kales, Jsidae.
Jnrv calendar for Decemb' r 3.1 : Nos.
9193, W. A. & A. T Ooliins va Taxii g
Disir ct; 19ti, K D. Frayu-r vs J. F.
Frank; 92-.il. Overton L a vs P. O.
O'Neil; 8211, L. B. E .t.m vs Matilda
Steger; 8630, A. II, K'-rt eeht vs II.
M. Sjhreyer; 9 91, J. II . Coffin A Oo.
vs John F. Ca r; 9092, E. It. Warner
vs John F. Cu.i; 8j8;1, N.O. Nelson
Manufacturing Com pa -y vs A. Lago
mirsino; 9.117, Garrison & Strange vs
Burrjws A Ab!rnathy.
In the case of Simon VV. Qreen
against V.c oria Jacobs, almirjl tra
trix. there was a ju gmeut yesterday
for $123 60.
Tbe Hew sf einhl iliftater.
Salsbury's Troubdouis proiluned tho
Humming Bird at thai Theater last
night, a thros art fnrce, especially
adapted for them. It pleaded the audi
ence, and contained a deciaive plot,
and gave the clever company an op
portunity to display their ability to
better advantage than in the Brook.
Mr. Salsbnry is very original and
funny as "Joe Brass." His makeup con
vuleed the spectators and his ssngs
amused. Miss Mclienry seems much
better suited, and did some excellent
acting as the "Stage Struck Chamber
maid." Her songs were rapturously
encored, and the rest of the cast did
their u'most to contribute to the fun.
The Humming Bird again tonig'it and
at tbe matinee tomorrow.
Thatcher.Primross and West's Mam
moth Minstrels will sppoar at the
Memphis Theater Monday and Tues
day nights of next week. The sale of
seats commences Saturday morning at
Toeal and Iuetrnmentnl Ceneert.
The concert of the young ladies of
Central B'ptist Church attrected a
large and fashionable aidiencs to tbe
Y. M. II, A. Hall last night, wbo were
euthnnustlc in their spplanss of tbe
following programme rendered with
excellent effect, under the direction
of Eoiile Levy:
Gaily the Dance .Cos
Messrs. liutton, Son Held, Aiderson
Misi Carrie Sploer.
Miis Florence Sage.
Mldaummor Night's Dream Mendelssohn
Misses fertile and Nellie Willett, pu
pils of Miss Minnie Hannah.
Senate Maria - Paure
Mr. . D. Hutton. ,
Misses Gage and Marie Ilitsfsld,
Meisrs. Oastngr aod Reis.
Sleep On . Beuderl
Mr. T. Y, Aadarson.
Medley Walts-Mandolins aod Haltari,
Messrs. Vogeli, Heokle, Griffin aad Yates
Cavatlna Tacea La Notts - Verdi
..... Mlas Susie Greenwood.
Good Nlsht, Gentle Folks Thompson.
Mesirs. Iluttoo, Horde d, Anderson
. andOriffiib. ,
Mrs, C.C. Cowan.
Misses Gage and Marie !iltifeldt
Messrs. Castner end Reis.
Miss Smie Greenwood and Mrs. O.
C. Cowau carried off tha honors ot
the evening, anl were encored again
again aud fg ln.
Gold Pcnn at MiilforU'a.
Clfvvp Tbe Children. Thcyare
53VJV especially liable to gui
don Colds, Coughs, Croup, Whooping;
Cough, eta. We sruarantee oker'a
Englistt ltemedr a poaitlve cure. It
saves hoars 61 ftuxiou Ttatcuiog.
LADIES'D tT AT Ta'lEIlt H0SPI PA
A New Departure That Pi omldPS
revolutionize tlub Lifv ""J
.uT,7,Jnxnr!on5-y "Printed rcoms
inn iu uuiv urartls' armory w. w
titrown open ytsierdey to tbe rladv
fr eniS. and frciu II at l.nnr nmil lor,'
hfter midnight the-re was a never end
ing throng in their hoapitable qnir-
tt)8. of beautiful ant I f tin Mil rtniLn
tasting at arm's leng hlofjhe pleasnrrs
usually monopol sud by men withia
the precinrti of tho four waits that
give them shelter. The center of
attrnction wap, ol rcurre, the billiard
room, al.'hnigh the reading room
was not wtliiont Its fair oennanfas.
ond the cardrorms renounded with the
merry laugh of victims at "heirta"nr
citier popular games. But it was in
the billiard room thst most of tho
ladies congrega'ed. and tha fairlna.
tions cl the sooue si emed to hold
tnemwitha lirni.e s tf grasp from
which even the entrnoirg nans' c of
Arnolds hand, on the 11 ior below
wai poweritBs to nmutde them. Willi
giovud liandH, v rgin to the clvdk of
ttio t iiiiard table, they manipulated
tn- polished mes and with
i-arkliog eyes snd Huahod nhofka
bey enileavoted ti guide the
elusivri sphetes inio ti e poi kote ihit
tables, borne cf tdetn were venture
me rnonvn to tittumut even the
dangerous at raeiicrs of tho carom
tabl-s, fid many were the "Oh,
pehswel" ttiat rosnfrom cherrvlins ia
too o vtiers poaea Mine olijiut bail
nd ui tee I it. Of ronrse, thev s II had
aie DHrtuera whj endeavnred
tin airs 01 lef v enoHrlorilv t,i
lnetruct tnem id the niymerits
of tbe game,' but by erne
etrange fa'ailty the "Eng'ish" was
always misapplied and the ball invari
ably we t Where it Vfaihiast Kxnrnte,!
Natu'al'y there wns uo end of fun in
ti.H r' i t o( amusement and tbe ladies
enjoyed it li guly, ana Will look for
wurd with expectant gleo ti
tue time lour weeks henre.
when the same programme will
be tejieated. It is not toj much, how
ever, to Bay iu this couneetijn, that
tbe Cbickbtaw Guards bavx lnniitfu
rated a movement wblch de?ervts to
be generally w!cimed, and bii's fair
to Invest club life with an attractive
ness hitherto undreamt of. But tha
Chicks always were original, and their
name is synonymous witlt doing
things in excllent style.
Among the ladies preoent are noted.
M-s.. WL, Clark, ' Mrs. W. M. Farabee,
Mrs. Emmet llanter, Mrs. J. W. Clanp, jr..
Mrs. Lui-aa Clncn. Mrs. R I. Menauias.
Mrs. R. Sesautus, Mrs. r-u Tate, jr.,
Mrs. S. T. Carnes, Mrs. J. O. Hell,
Mrs. J. Baxter, Mrs. PiT. Fareswerth
Mrs. King, Mrs. T. J. Lutuem,
Mrs. ciimpion Tate, Mrs. Frank Wood,
Mr.. A. it. Tavlur. Mra. Dr. Lianaia.
M's. Jones, Mobile, Miss Olie Clapp,
Miss Julia uarr. Miss ante Uemalne.
i'S Ma Bruce. Miss Kennedy. Lo'v lie
Miss Gudooar,1 Miaa HI Kdinondaon, E
Mias C Ma) Hall, Mias Jackson, Naakvle
Mias Annie Wheeler, Miaa V. Wrod, N. O.
Mias E Kalkaer. Miss Miss H.Veaeh.Lex'ton
Miss Kate H-lel, Miaa L Jehnat n.Jao'n
Mias Kate Wright, Mias Jennie Day,
Miaa Mai lory, Mias Gaga,
Mias Carrie Nploer, Mias Pauline Mennler
Miss Louise bneed, Mias Bettie Gregory,
MEM0KUL HISTORY J It' MEMPHIS
And Shelby Oonnty, by J. M. Heat-
lug, I. Masura ft Vo., Vwbllabcra.
The above work is meeting with a
rn'iet cordial reception, snd when pub
lished will be of gr t value to Mem
phis, as the volume will be entirely
dev ied to the bisiory cf Memphis
and bneiny uonntv and will be writ
ten by J. M. Keating, whoso re
searches in this direction are of great
interett. We invite your earnest sup
port in our endeavor.
xi. fflAora a. 10 , ruiiiisners.
Fashionable JngliHh llnla.
Leidy & Co. have an elegant line.
imported direct from England. They
are of the latest and m-at laslilonabie
s'yles known to the English trade.
In add tion tuey nave a well selected
stock of American hnta, which they
offer at moit reasonable rates. These
goods a'e exteediisgly attractive, and
are being sold rapidly, ibey are
among the very bejt aud most stylish
bats in tbe Memphis market, and
strangers visiting the city should tall
at Lsidy & Oo.'s, on Main street, op
posite Court Square, and look through
Inspect Mulford'ai wtock.
In its eflects, snd most useful in its
application, the fragrant SOZODONT
has become tne most popular denti
frice in existence. 'lis used and
praised by everybody.
No. M20 In the Chancery Court of Shelby
County, Tenn. ovale el Tennessee vs.
John Q. Datldaon.
It anneartne from bill which is Sworn to In
tkla nun thuttha defendants. Harriet K.
Smith, Ellen Nooe, Louise Nooe, James Ma-
nitan, are non-residents ot tne Diate et Ten
nessee; and it appearing from the return ol
the hheritf that Michael Maher and Nellie
binlth ore not to be found in hie eounty ;
It ia therefore ordered, That they make
their appearance herein, at the oourthouae
01 Mhelby oounty, in Memphis, Tenn., on or
before the nrst Monday in Liceomeer, iseo,
and plead, answer or demur to oomplaln
&nt'a hill, or the same will be taken for
confessed as to them and set for hearing ei 1
fiarte ; and that a copy or this order De pun
ished once a week, for four seaoeaaive
weeks, in the Memphis Appeal. This ltth
day of October, 1HMA. A copy atteatt
B. I. MoDOWKLl,, flora
By T. B
Caldwell, Deputy 0. and M.
F. II. A C,
W. lieiskell. solicitors ior 00m-
N08SH In the Chanoery Court ef Shelby
eounty, Tenn. A. L. blow and ethers vs.
Irene Goelet et al.
It appearing from affidavit In this cause
that toe defendants, Irene Geelet and Benry
Bonner, her guardian, and- Harry G. My
nvr. ar. m.ldenta of the HLate of North Cer
Allna., and thai Jnaetih M. bell Is a resident
ot the Bute of Arkansas, and all aon-reai-
dents uf the male or lenceeeeei
It la therefore ordered. That they make
their appearance herein, at the oourthouae ol
&helby eounty, in Mempbia, Tenneetee, on or
afore tbe first Monday in December, 18M,
and plead, answer or deaaur to complainant
kill a. ih. .Am will Ka i.kjtti far nonfaased
as tnem and aet for bearing ex parte ; and
that a eopy of this order be pnUiabed eaee a
week, tor tour sucoeasive weeks, la the Mem
phis Appeal. Tills lf;tn day of uotooer, iee.
A eopy Attest 1
H I. MnlMlWRLL. Clark and Master.
By B. F. Coleman. Deputy C. and M.
Glla.on A Weakley, Hols, for oompl'nt frl
g. nrm In tha Channarv Conrt of Bhslby
eounty. Tenn. Bute of Tennessee, for
use, etc., vs. W. M. Sneed et al.
It appearing from bill which Is sworn to la
this cause that the defendants. Gray Boon,
Mrs. Smith and buaband. B. K, Smith ,
are resident! of the State of Teiai and non
residents of the btate of Tennessee 1
It Is therefore ordered, That they make
their anxoarance he'ein. at the courtouae
ol Sbelby county, In Memphla, Tenn.,on
or bttore the Brat Monday In December,
1HAA, and plead, answer or demur to com
plainant's bill, and amended bil s. or the
lame will be taken for eonloaaed as to tnem
and set for bearing ex parte; and that a eopy
ot thianrdrr he published euro a week, lur
lour u"i-eiTe weeks, in the Memphis Ap
peal, ibs lath day ol Oetober, ISM.
A coty attest:
H f. MnoCWKLI-, Clerk ana Waster.
ByT. B- Caldwell, Deputy 0. and M.
9. 11 ad 0. W. lieiskell, rjohrtiors for
Hue Wat chew at. nulloro's.
IHTM1I' "Pin Mill l 1 ,
Tailor and Importer.
811VK1 1Y1. 1. I .i.,r ,- ateaaphla ooeaniina ef ail tee 12
LCcr. Stcont, and J.ffirton
bin. Herzog I B
ItiTlVe liave Iho lncl Anxorf itioNt of DOLT, rhotogvassli
AIbuuaH Wrlllcir OtIiH, Work J fox ex. ToHot s"iihs. Adaa.
graph iirsd ,S-rnp ItiKFiVn, Knniv IIoxcm, Kc.
MJIU'IJ i.TN will slo vrine by KJ-tllnjr mr lnricrt fcC9r
Clias. 13E2:ox,iS2;oe3r S3 3B2ro,
S. N. EST IS.
nw. 11 z ana 13 uniovi
Old Htainl, No. 1)
eV B. CrtDWU, FrawX J. K tfOUOBAR, Yltyi .Prean. c R.;aAlIIK, Citdric, ,
tey-A sSegiaaiawry ! Ska SWaasa ml
aisseaea Skaa4 artwwa Baa
'. ... ',,-1-- . fT"
tV ValrXVlrxr! P:Cl:l,V,l,,l, ,:
j . - ,v'i ,r ,111 i
Agent and Commission Merchant anil Wnolesa le Dealer.
mr Having pnrchssrd the entire stock of Henry Peres, M llaala street at I . lovnflsiire. oea
slating of htovrs, Furniture, Q ieensware, Tinware and Unuaehold Furnl ah as Uooal, wo
will "ell cheaper than any other house to the city, uive ua a soil,
,i .it I.! - .1- ... M , u I .1 k.'. .1 .1 1. 1 t. , - . I
I .a. nil Hinuiui 11.. anil aivoau-uitaB oidoii tuu uiauniuni inrmfi noi,,
We buy all kinda of Rag and all gradea of Uotton. Iron, 11 ir.es. 11 idee. I 'urs. Metals aid
Feathers. Uiiheat Caah Prlcas Paid and Prompt Returns Made on ail got id. ceoaignedi 0
me. lOOO tans OIU la-uiai: WasaleU.) lUorrespondenoe lolicited. land frioe List
sent on. application.
40V). 4 1 1 win! -fia Shelby St. and
H00MH AND BOARD.
JAMKH HOUBH-Oornar Seoond and
kJ Adams stree s. Ko
week; day board, 111 W
Adams strees. Rooms sad board, K per
GOOD BOARD By the day er woek
"tJOOMS Two unfurnished rooms.
I 1Q ADAMS BT.
ICKLY FUKNIHHED KOOMS-WlU
board, at no. ou Adams street.
TABLB BOARD The best the market al
fords, At 87 OUU KT 8 TttKHT.
VriCWLY furnished front room, withele-
.vviji mrnisuea ironi room, wiaa ele
gant board, for single gentlemen; 87
K'l Conrt Kxtended.
-OKATJ1IFUL front rooms, single or en
I J suite, furnlahed or nnfurnlabed
suite, furnlahed or unfurnished, with or
rd: oter rooma. nw-tiw nonrt il.
Young & Brother
llooksellera and Btationers,
918 Ulaiii MlH SleniplrilJS Teua
A NEW BUPPLT Ot
j tnt ki:ci;ifki.
And Still They Ccrno
KBETery Pair 7,Varranted-
ohlt sajwo A fa i a.
. AT T5.K.CV.EAF CAB II
41Q Walla, H4 reft, yteiwphla.
UK oopartnerfhiai bsrrtofore existing
under tbe Sra name ef Goodman A Bar
rett has been this day dissolved by mutual
eonsent, air. i. fi. nar-eli retiring, jar. u.
W. Woodman wu i continue the ousmess on
his own aeoounl , assuming all liabilities and
eollectlDi all scoounts doe the old 8rm.
Memrhle T.'enn., December 1,186. '
Owing to i ll health I have withdrawn fkem
the firm of Goodman A Barrett. I heartily
raaoramaua Mr. D. W. Goodman to my
friends, at .d ask for Mia a liberal patronage.
1. hi. BAitKhT
IBWORTKB AND DSALKR IB
ronSt ADiiiiuiiitloii, riefiln;r lackle
and taporks-.taiifr (auvplles.
WH(iLl:HAOU AND RKIAllj.
1I1IS Melu MrMt, s ainih la, Tenn.
rVianaiaotorleg end Repalrieg ot Wnns a
gpectally. Largest Stock. Bnst eteortment.
Ilanoiidii at arnHordV,
gJi'jaTma TUSW HP. 'asr.-s.er I
(pi). IVahotty llotpl.
sr. . boaw.
EMIT KM. not A re ,
s and Cotton Faeiisra
Sfrnet taeaiphlt. Tesa
KJ(,( IIA-W St HORrtHW
Union St., Mmpli,w.
Ala ass m MlaailwM
A Ctur a, MaMistlU,,.
irmsff iAuFl Bl r..fWi
n i l l ar aa i nn ?,hbv v. v i
HtHalo St.. Mem lilv,Tai..
(A KOCKIIV AND- COAL
YARD1 Doing a.
VJI good busfneae.
Sioknees eanae of aelliaa.
Inquire no Prealen avenue, sixth house-
south of Jackson. .
W. D.LUMI'KIN.I Madison st,
aheap houses 1.1. SO o 17.98,
W. D. LUMPKIN.
Madison a treat.
J-J per .foot.
CIOTT.OK-Larse ott street oer lne; de
J single; M-tlUK) oa.li, balance a,
V D.XUMPKIN. Madison St.
lOTI' ON BkthD-AUen Long staple Cei-
tota Seedt bO cents oer buabol in lot ef
ot lesn than 100 bushels
C B. CLARK B.
CJt6(, .K PA RM-VaJuabte "took farm, TiTla
u acres,0 milea south of Memphis, betweea
M. AT', end Valley K.R. I has good dwaluag
of 8 fm,, t tenanthouiea, berna and cribs,
about, 600 acres under fence and STiO celti
vateali a large llatof per-onalty, incloxUaa
t mu les, HK1 bead cattle, -75 shoep, 100 hoga,
3.VU bushels oorn, 30 tons hay. 8 wagons,
anif a large list of farm tool, eto- Price.
II.OIIO ooo-tliird caah, hainnen in cnad
twa, yaara, with 8 per ce&t. lor tbe laud and
povsonslty. Apply to
or ANDRKff J. MaHTLN.
One of the Scent PLANTATIONS in Ike)
Taaoo Delta, of l'(H) acres, on the Vaileg
Railroad, thirty-three miles south ofMeaa--hli
bas7nO acres cultltaud, rtood tesr
anthouaes. one nl'-e dwelling of all rooaua,
ateani gin (three atory), iu horae power,
l-rse storehouse, blacksmlthahop and wood
ahon, number of barns, etc., tour ciaterni,
211 wells all in cnmt letr erder. ftfi.OOU, oee
flllk oash, balance 1, i. X 4 venra. rt par eeot.
lntcreat. Apply to MINT KH PARhlKtt,
m M ain street.
3 1CW 1 Nil M ACII INK-Uoeo's, neatly lew.
Apoly at la Jnhnaon avenee.
llolaiein Bull, cor McLeioore av.
KJ and Hernando mail.
P.aington a nro.
r,e and Huigy I'hee-
Ion. Apply at 3W) Main street.
il MlltKB ANf) bKAVrt-AdJrrsa
il K.. 3K Ml'siaslppl avenue.
TWOMliLKd ASl) DRAf S,
Address W., thiioffloe
1 0T Choice Fort Pickering VoiT no city
1I1NHON. 7 Main rt.
VTTit A M K n,.,t-u-. on cor
Uayburn av. and
with a house of I
X Oeorgteet. ; lot S6 TO, with a house of i
in good order. This is a oholee piece
of property, and can be purchased on easy
monthly payment by paying part cash. Ap
ply Mlnter Parker or A. J. Martin, aui Mala.
A NTATION On the Ark ansae River,
IT Lincoln County fiOU acres in high glass
of cultivation; hUO acres in tract;
n,.Mn t ib.m tn. 8 larae harna. 21
f cultivation; iu sores in tram weii laa
rovedt team gin, 1 large barns. 21 good cab
n. ,nn h.nnMtn. rlw.,llin. 7 rooina. with Xf
ins and handsome dwelling, 7 rooms, with 88
acres lawn In front. Liberal terms. Apply ua
lawn In (ront. uneral terms. API
MAI. LORY, CRAWFORD CO...
siiiiunt, t naerunu a-u..
372 and 374 Front street. Memphis..
or J. 0 UAHRKTr, Baras.a, Ak. ,
t? Hand Press, for alne-eolumn paeec
good ss new. Inquire at No. 87 Union st.
AT P- A. Jones A Oo.'s., one nioe fntj.
buggy M AHS that any lady oaa aril,
or ride perfectly safe. .,
RE.SlDfcNCr.-Nos.enanJ rU Maratet st,
In good repair t "otWHxHelt Applyt.
y. 0 K KN'N KDY. 47 S M--sby st.
aMllAMUISrl'b FULTJTNG MACffl"NK-r
ootnn,odioua rooma, ,;hia three minute
walk ol the Lnion Depot) large sample
room on the street nest dr t now doing a
good busineaa and pooular. Can oe bad am
tiaraain if r PP1 ed ior witeln tne next thin
diy. Apply to Ctwarlea kilmire, prusrtet.
W .rt.ll.O. M'.
due natcU kit pairuyt iif'jrp.
if'J?Il. it W. FALitt,
xcrsBKeaaxeaxeaBi,. a 1