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MEMPnm DAtTA APPEALT U ES D A Y MEMBER 7, 188K.
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TAILOR, DRAPER & IMPORTER
Ko. 38 MADISOIY BTHKET.
If la receipt of a larger, iore varied and belter a a.
jtglea alack afCASSlHEEES, WORSTEDS. SL'ITlSCtt
aa u BBtWlTISliS, (all tfcls leasoa'a fmn.rti.
41 V At. . .
,! taaa was tier ibowii la tnia market. tl
"-r"" (i vbbieiii, ddI leiturai
--est darabla goads ia gentlemen's wear.
MT Sasapleg aud Prices oa application te
was have left measure. .
. JtUM.WAWlJfi,
a
IS
S-7
0
JEWELERS,
290 MAIN STREET, CORNER MADISON
HAVE THEIR-
ml
took Open for inspection
NEW AUCTION HOUSE
TT7E would jrei-'eclful'y announce to the publio that we bave opened an Auction Hnoae
vv ina win eooeuot ine uenerai auction Business, at our old stand, "n. 1 9. MkIu
. . T ' ,a . """" iivin cured in services of Muj. J. K. MrDON ALD. the
WMl known Auction Bale man, wbo hag a long experience in the auction businear. we are
prepared to make sa e; at RESIDENCES or ; BlORrlUOUSES, and will pay particular atten-
ind pkoVmp k'T7l KMk?iTn'1 w'ifii1''?1 "tr0"'"- "our motto is QUICK SALES
and FKOMHT Hfc.TrLKMfe.NT3 We will make special rales with Attorneys, Adminis
trators, nssiso'Bs, ru-r iii, isumuireeiouers ana uuaraians. bales at our baleroome daily
at 10 0 clock a.m. and at 7 o'olook p m., and Trade Si.ei once a week, the day to be an-
HVWIVW UJHlWi VVniRUIUQnuui JliriDPIUUKg Ul CVCry glUO. SO'lOllCd.
t J r,rHA1l'tuin cw- Penned Auctioneer.
J. R. MoTVONsiLn. lmn.
A!Hl!FMrNI8.
fgEMFHM TIIKATEK.
LAT FKItriHrWTaCK TO SIGHT.
Thatcher, Primrose& West's
LAPQER AND BtlTRR THAN EVER!
EVBRITHINO ENTIRELY NEW I
Wednesday, Tharfdy and Friday Night!
and Saturday Matinee,
MRS. 1. f. KHVKltS.
Monday.eeeuiber 13-W. J. BCANLAN.
ItOBLNbOX'iS 31 USEUM.
SOW ON EXHIBITION,
Living Two-lleadcd Cow
AfiD
A Host of Other New Features
An an Entire New Company to
OUR BIJOU THEATER
ia.
..ADM 8 ION TO ALL..
Grand Concert and Lecture I
At Mransere Church,
TUESDAY KTKISH, DEC. 7, 1886,
AT 8 P.M. -r -
SUBJECT OF LECTURE :
Bsavty s Rklatks to thi Mit ado
1 hbctxr.
bt bkv. n. m. Lome.
I0 THB BKNEFIT CP TUB CUURCU.
Ttrkrle, 50 C-nN For nale at Clapp &
lavhtr'i. a il at vn lord a
FUUM.
1 ivii a ane rvewronnciana dor. Owner
M-r cm recover oy inquiring at c
room ol Hill Fontare ''o.
oonntinc-
K(tK LKASG.
hAKM I wi h 10 lea-e ms f,.rm, ihne
and a half mile! inntbeat of Colaer
ville, nn the Mt Pleaaant road, oonUimng
mui uuourea Arrfa, in leDneKBe and mir-
tkii'pi ; well lenced, with cmhc U"e, atablei
and cabina (uffioieut fur all purro'en: the
belt of wrll witter, and atoik water in abun
daooe in the dryeat timea.
' OKO. A . SMTTfT.
FOR RKNT.
Wat. H. STOVALL PLACK-Union ave
one; horaeandS acrfl.
WALTER QRKQiJKY. 285 Mala at.
R00M8
Noa. 8, 9 and 10 In Cotton Exehanaa
Buildinri on iecond floor, fronting on Second
Ireet, mrmerly occupied hy M. b. aud A.
It. R. Apply at 31 Mnrlunn rtreet.
pUOICB OFFICK-On iecond
V Main atrcet. corner lininn.
x union.
floor. 336
A itnlv at
Ji'N. LRNOW.
STABLE Large
Third atreet.
briok rtable on Bhort
K. t). MOSBY, .
304 unt atrcet.
ATEW810RE
XI FopUrata
'ontheat crner Vnin anil
M.K.C'iNAWAV.285 Wain.
h.M. KM'ATE.
REAL EST A IE Nl LAW OFFICE.
l I1JWPKIS,9 Ma.iiann at.
I A K K.N DP.
"Ai ULK- Owner cau bare aaoie by proving
.fju properly anq paying oparaea.
W M P HI 1 t VAN li:i VnH,nrt.
lMhttAL.
MADAME FAN NATS The celebrated
Qinay Clairvoyant ai d Teat Medium,
( T ITL! I - a n I
iiiiQini Birvet. ae r roi iar.
DRSTXl SCt'MB hNOX-Offloe, 27
Main at., oyer Le'dv'a. Office telephn
46$ Dr. Knot 'a ieli l hone. at reaiiiitnnn. U
EATIB UlhrLl.-l leaerite to ynnr
-own FRNK M. II.. Vcmphia. Tenn.
110' K k mORILL to weather atrip
VTonrdooriandw ndwa Thereiaeolid
eomtort and ecoa. my la tbii. Corner Sea-
ond and Madlana atrceta
CI6TKRN8 Built and repaired and war.
ranted. InTentcrif ibe Banitary Port
land Cement lamp. Contractvr and brick.
lnvcr. Tlpln . Ulna OIIBRtNS.
FOR SALE.
LAND Deadening and Byou Bank Land.
&Macre in Bolivar Co , Miaa. Atldrem
0. B. Alien, Nnaa k-hnw, Warren Co., Mine.
ABKANBA FARM-Of 160 aerei-flfty,
above overtew ft eared thirty bead-
enen; tnree lece j nt n u-ei, well lencad
od water, ooaverient 'o tree achoc'g; good
bins and hnotina. Situated two miUa
from Miaiiaaii pi ier, thirty aHove Mem
CI
phia. Part p . y will e taken in brood marea,
P. Q. 410 1AVO. K, McQavock,
. ' M eeliaippi county. Ark.
ATA BARGAIN -A good paying German
Buardingheuae in Ujlena, Ark , owner
wiahia to retire F t 'urther particulari,
Iruuireat BKPVKR'ti. ti, Helena, Ark.
HITZFEIiD'd Perfud Heal'lght Oil',
Qaanline aid Oil t Tea. V33 Beond t,
TjMRST-CLVoS ha BiK MloP-Wi h a
X1 good tmde 1 reaaon eraelilng, bad healh.
Will anil chea. Adeai
B , thla nfflne.
TV1 ILUlI COW
o
vtiid yo' ngcali,
at Keck'i Htablei,
UKAPKiT 460 He.id.mce.
w. l. LLMfKIM, Madlieaat.
LOTS Ker choap hnu e-1 M o IT.Ofl
per font. W. 1. LUMPKIN,
M.idiaon aireet.
ijplOTTAOB- La'ae ot; atreet ear Ine; da
J airabla; tMJ0i)-4iUX) oath, balanoe a
monthly payuecUa
Mi. P. LHMPKTN. Madiion at.
CluTlON 8af I1-A1 eu (.uuk ntaple Cut
J tn'eedi ntoentf ir bushel in lot! of
not leaa than luu kiubela.
0. D. CLARKE.
MULES ANWDR XT8-Addral
K., Mii.ppl arenne.
WOMOLEc) AND DKAVn. '
Addreaa W., ihlloBoa.
EOTCbelee PKT'lckrring leti no eity
taaea. 1'R. IIINXON. I7 Wa-n it.
OLD PAPERd Cieu, at
APHHAL OFFICE.
LiHAalBOuiUare, on ot'r. nayburn av. and
J? Saorgiaat. 1, t 6jl70, with a homae ot
Tooma, in good order. Thla la a ehoioe piece
of property, aid ea be pnrehaaed oa aaey
nenthly aarnient by pay a. part eaah. Ap
KlyMiBterFaikererA.J. Martin, 28 Main.
LANTAT10N Oa the Arkaaaaa River,
Lincoln County 6W aorea in high itata
f ealtlvatleai )ft() m-ei la tract) well Im-
f roved 1 aieam i, S la-ae barna. 11 good cae
1a and handicaaa duelling, 7 room, with SO
aorea lawa in front. Li! ertl terma. Apply te
HALLOKY, 1 RAWfORD k CO.,
S73 aad 3T4 Front atreet, MemphU,
or J. tt tf AHRKTrLSaraaaa, Ark.
U,ORrTALBT'UH"P-Ne. ' 7 Waahlnatoa
"DOMS Two basement rooma
XV pann'e aniy.
'or cnlnred
V I'NI'iN kT.
(OPLK.ND1D
KJ niahed, 1
rium. luriKalid or iitifnr.
ith board. 10 LINDEN ST.
ROOMS Furnithed or unfurniahrd, at
li!l " OURT HT.
KFlCfc6 ASO
W atreet.
Kli(l.M.1-t rll Aiadiann
M. KaiKS. 35 Madiann,
TUB GILBERT PLACE Ui rner rvayburn
avenue and Juckeon atreet; two-atory
Irame, about 24 aore lnd, truiiaof nil kind,
6ne fruit and vegetable garden. Will rent
for a aeriea of yer. AI1.0, another place,
one aiz acre, near Qaaton'i; line vinea
and Iruit. with reaidence
L. 1). McFA RLAND, 22 Madison at.
LARUE STuHK-Fir-t floor and cellar,
with aide and rear entrance!, N01. 501
and 303 Main atiet.
OFFICKrj No. i82 Second atreet.
DWhLLlNOS-.Nna 391 Main atreet; I2C
Court atreet and V Quimby atreet,
VACANT LOTS Apply to
R. B. 6N0WtKX or J.,L. GOODLOE,
38 M-idiaon atreet.
siior for mm.
14 1HE
KE1S0X lilVEJf Y
MIX
Atd His Fripi.fJs for the KDlii g cf
it iu J'alUin 1)7 the
Fonucr.
Jim i..,bbr of tH9 Te-.b-dy Jf.-.tel
vraa the rcene yra-erdny afternoon of a frar
ful traceily, resulting in the Am h of Jamea
1. Palion, bniter known aa loui D .Item. J be
killing was done by L. R. tiod in, the on of
I -, u u "'."r131 Preaurnt ofiheler-
I.I1.M.IJ.IH. nn tne ArrgtL repo'ter
upu., IUB acene, me much between
Ike doora and the office, n the h II wa picked
ty a aurtriiiK crowd uf Ultn e4(,cr t , ,
Blimmeiif lued.ao tnnn. aiou.eaf odon the
e-tuea lhat line oi.es, de ol the wall, othera
ocoupi.d p aitiona on the ita rear lead ng
u r. ti wa, oimoult f.ir the
police to keepcl araaulh ientapace around
the body to en.ble a phy.-ioian, who waa
band ng ever the young man, to pn.be the
wound, hia exami nation waa, in 'be opin
Ion ot all present, p o 0. ged to a point that
ii! if . J1"1"" cou'U'ent and ridicule of
FOUR GAPING WOUNDS
that confronttd bim an,t .n.l.;...j iA ... .
u ii'kuou meta.nger to itatutl iloslioa
tion, anaaahe wentalon h. dr.. . .1;..
gratu wi.h a pencil o' the di ectin taken by
; "'"! rca iy bo necefiity
I'r ao nrotraeted an 0vn.in.1i n
"i miii earn 01 ine lour woun.ia waa
iaii. xetn moat hnve endued inatantlv
upon the infliction ot the flrat
"""" "an atrucg niui in
b.i.. center 01 th. nlr
" ire corar none. The oih-r
lodged : One through 1 hn ti..,.n. ... ..
pit ui the atouiuch and a tour h on the ri. lit
Bide at a p it almost op. oite the wound
111 me nrari, ine lour wt.un.lt nm n n.
rictangular ligure In the thai of a diamond.
TUB BOUV LAY
whare it fell, the foot under tie aettee whoie
1 fining wueu no u.et nia .lea h, 'be
head n.intirii. ii,m Hir,.in ..r
Ii waa a band'ome and boyi-h fce of oiear
cut feature,' tbtley 'here pallid at marble, a
naoi D.onae tuu tucne cortiripir h a i,im,w1
anort cuily hairnf iho aameahade cling ng 10
ul "'i anapeu iirau. lie ..a ntnt-r beow
the medium h.nht. and nt ,1..,.!.. 1,
.. ppri.ny auout 10 yeara of age.
1 jak nil T ay llaiaa, U .
;, . vava " 1 y mm momu
m tb pfaTBioian ba.leono aUudhia i-xamin-
1IUU HUlIilkliliarl Itiaa ,.1 .. n. fl -.
, " a,uw lutiuwiui VVIVHVI
jury IU
HOLD AN ISQUEST
on the remalna; W.R fl-il. P.I..
John Bru.ior, W. W. Uuu phrey. G E Tate!
"Biuoaa anu ueo. Vjnl. The flr.l Wlt-
ueae examinea waa
CLERK TULET.
ot tti" . feabody Hot.:I, who aid.- ' About
a: 10 luieHnornoon 1 waa standing at the desk
when a ventieut.n oume in and lo'fct-dover
ilia .OKlSH-r. lie wag not hFM.n& l, knnan
tome. Af'er lookin at tWb reaatnr ha
Urted tow.rda the front door when, fur
u;i e oauae. na BTniinen. 1 in,..ri .. .1
be ird apiatolahot. caw a in n reel and fall
ou iae aeuee on 10 tile floor. B,w two or
i.ireo euoie neu in quick aucresa on alter the
".u roi, ncir aecenacdsiya ord
limped outoT the nflicA A .Bn ..... 1.
whore t be man lay. 1), n't know the man
wtio did the shooting. Have beard but name
JOUN L. BNEEP,
manager ot the Mempbia Baaeball Club.
Ua"DedI 1 waa Handing at the deak, talking
with Mr. Tuley, and aomebody came and
' "'Br ma rcgisier. and in a aeoond
more 1 heard a pistol ahnt. I didn't aiav
round very long In Pee what waa noing on.
aaw tbia hian reel off th mo.im tl....
as I waa ettin out of the wav I heard the
aacoou anui. 1 get away irom the-e aa quick
ai I could and went into the telephone hole,
and stayed the. e until the thoot at waa ever.
I don l knpw the mm who did the ih. otinr.
Louldnot idontifyhim. Saw the deceased
iu ov. uvuia iu uciooer.
D. W. BROADUURST.
tea t, fled: I waa In Wright Broa.'a store and
through the gl sa door leading into th hotel
aaw a man atanding with a piatol pointed at
a man, and as I opened the door 1 aiw this
man reel troinoneof the seata and fall on
the floor. I aaw the man rhoot him thr
mcs after he was on the floor, an
11 . ,1 . . .. . .
in?r Bi.uk.iBr. i aiarrea atier mm an i ne
ocn'd Fanny Lofton and Ya-inh Ptker,
mmher and grandmoilier to the wi e of
Jamea B tion, the poi vlar und gnt'emanly
head w iter at the Peabody II .rel. Mr.
Miller while living felt l aum.-h intere!.t in
theae two women and the wife of Ja'i.ea
laoun aa be did while he owted them
aa alarea, and it eena that he
trnn mi tci ihla interest to hie dunslitcr, aa
J'ra Flo'd Ja'oeaon. the only he r o! W. B.
i le-. a lew d.ija iimt an,t tli" fitinlly
""i 'it' a rin.'rt pir .' .a a I brie mas
prent. Ofcour.e thor ia h.ppinra. and
arnlplnl he .rt in Jam a li.i . n'a h unrhoM.
It Mra. Jaii:eaon could bear the rncuiniuina
pa-'J ui..n her fniher, : e- i-irluo.nl and
womanh ol, t.y t'io r.r.penta if I er
bounty, ai e wou d be aa hai p th.ne th .
ha nrd- h'Pi y. Afer a I, the fjiuicr
alnve i w iters art. Ihe tr-'eft and ...n.lj
of the color, d people e.-pecialj ili.te they
once, wned na aluvea. I tie cruol mastura,
pi oourae, are h.i'ed by their former a avea.
but Ihe lender relati nath.t subs.-t between
maiierr who e-e a ind and tbcaervnnu they
owned can only be aevered by death.
ARR1TFD
is Tin:
XUiftT
till LIST
ioti will it.
Tciliy-Th-?
tltn Fa
I In ir OlxorTationa
rpr.voniiil tif
TV Il;;por pf.rry n-rN
lut nigtit a-.d tetinen e" at tiK
if i. 1 nor were acconia.. ed
eitiscna
inge to
led the
' 1'EIISONAL.
L. O. Dana, cf St. Lini. I in tciwn
ciroula'ing among bia tunny frii nda.
01. r BANK, Of Colnmtllio. Via., ani
a well koown coltonamd oil mill n m
is in the city on business.
Ml84 LUNA HklMAN. n ehmmina
youDit lady of Evantvil p. Ind . ia fn.
j inrninR a few week, with hi frie-id,
Miaa li. riba B -Bthtfl, at Nj. Mil Pop
lar ttteet.
Mi a Jclia, (langhlir of Mr. A.
Vnccaro, I.aa nttiriifd f.uru a v bit to
Ht. L iuia and brought vt t'l ber Mil!
Corkry, nf New Orlanp, wha will ro-
mnin aa l,er guest for several data.
OCB fellow CltUt'tt Sir. A. B liar-
thiVorat-w has mt with s and bereave
ment, the loss of his mo her, mtio
died at t'olnmbtn City, la,, Novcmbsr
28'-l, and w.-a buried D cember Int.
GoNDPCTOB S. HatLKY, of I he) Min.
si.itippi and Tttomeane tailroad, died
Snrday ruornino; of para ys'i', r.nd f
biirmd yesterday f.om "tue Ct-iit a!
Method at Church, the Rev. Mr.
Mahon oflKi.txiz at t'.c f ine, a! ler-
vicoe.
SOCIETY.
Tbe'litdiea whose names BDoear in
the following list will receive cn
luursuaya:
Mi'ses Pet tt
Mrs. J. T. Wlllins
Mrs. M. J. Ward
Mrs. J. T. Kargaaon
Miaa Bl.nehi. rirwn
Mra.W.M Farrlngt'n ra. W M . KanJo nh
Mra. II. We'ter M.aa I.chn.e
Mra 8 K. Hunt Mra. J. 11. I'belan
i.' ra. M . L. helden Mra. L. K. Wright
Miaa Kate Wriaht Mra John Jnlm.,.
Mis F-ankie J.ihua'n Mrs. J. W. Crawforl
Mra. S .in Carnea Mrs. Lucn Clapp
Mra. J. M. tie.idbar Mm. W. I IUO..II
Mrs. H. B. 'Maury Mrs. K. I. Mitchell
Mra. r. 0. Tcof Mra. A. K. Wr.l
Mra. John Uhit le Mrs. D. U. Pnston
Mrs. W. B Mallory Mrs W. A. Wheatley
Mrs. L. B. McFarland.
Mrs. J. T. Petitt
Mrs. Hen If ark ham
Mrs. K. li A aurv
Mra. VrayserUolst
wias Marsh
ROOMS PleaaBnt rooms, furnished If
desired, with references, at21VMadison.
rAFFICK Firat floor
KJ At 32 Madiaon street
4ELKUANTR0OMS At 59 Market atreet;
single nr en a' ite. fumial ed or unfur
nished, good water, and Pear business.
STORKMOUa E Fo n r story and baseueal
storehouae. No. 254 Fioi.t atreet.
MALLORY, CHAWFOKK Cd.
C COTTON OFFICE A ri.ly to R. M. Appej'-
son k Co., No. 364 VrontHreet.
HOUSE 220 Washington S . 1 7 rooms ano
bathroom. Apply at 133 Poplar Ht.
CtTORKUorSnS-
D No. lfifl Main Street.
No. 2115 Main Street.
No. 2117 Main Street.
Apply to TAM'S I.FIt. .le.. 4 Marffaen P
WANTED.
LADIRH and Gentlemen, In oily or conn
try, to take it bt work at their homes,
11.00 to $3.(0 a day easily ma-e; work aent
by mailt no aanvaaalng. We have a go. d de
mand for ear work, and furnish steadr em
ployment. Address, with stamp, CROWN
M'F'G 00., 294 Vine Pt .Cl-p-maH. OMn
CIOOK-For small family; liberal pay.
I Apply at 72 Mulberry ft.
went ever toward the cigar standard threw
hlS Pistol OU the eaaak I started tnr kim
graouea mm ana turne ' n m over to a police
man at tno door, and then came right b .rk
to Tom Dalton and lucked him . ve and
held him in my arms until he died. Ha
ever apoae a word t.ein the time 1 1 eld him
ntu ne .ilea, ne is rwht ,,vrthi. w .w
on iii.HU', wnn nia nead d W. . tie flied
right into him whilo he wa down with hia
head doubled up. He lell 00 hia aide and
inree .-n .t were nrea alter he wa down. I
do't know who be wa- until I turned him
over. fter I had inrted the man wno 'hot
1111 over to tnoomcer 1 u. tiiui ,t m. T...n
Dalton,
'"" t ie man who did the shoot:ngnow.
didu t know h ui at the tire ot thn
10011 nir. I arrraled l.im snd .,.,. ,1 m...
over to Uenrv Collins, policeman, a he chiiio
into the d 01. 1 d dn't knew at the limo,
but I know now. Ilia name 1 Oodwio
tV. rtr..y, who keeps Ibe Pesbody cigar
stand, and TomoVhe. the purler, t.s 16 d
lub-tantially latheoihees did. Ih-rewero
others who migh' have heen enmmoi ed, I ut
whoae evidence all (ended the same way.
They all agree I that Uodwin came in,
looked over the register, started towaida the
door, wheeled in f.ont ot the aettee where
Dalton whs sitting between two ftiond-, and
fired, ibat Dai too lell and that Uvdwin
fited
"DM at Day's Plowing;."
Mobili, Ala., February 20. 188A.
Acid Iron Earth Coup, ayi
Gbntlkmbn I l ave bexn anffurlmr
from thion c atthttta for (our vejia
and several timts have bfn aivro up
to d a. I WHt ao weak and d ebilitated
that I could not dn any work, in fact
fould cot walk ten a epa. M b. R Fet
tori'tai leC'ttmcded Acid lion Earth
to me aud I have u?ed one bottle with
eurpMStug envct. I have recovored
s'rerctb, and yesterday I did a dav'a
plowiug, the fi-Ht work I havn done in
two years. I f. el bet'er in tvery a ay
tnan I have felt fr yea's, and nm con
vinced that Acid Imo Eaith will work
a comtlet cue. Yuri's, truly.
AUGUSTUS BCnAEFFKR, Spring Hill.
Diamond Halobea, lulf'or1,
Th best medical witera claim that
the sncutsiful rrmeilv for nasal
citiirrh mast be non-initating, e sy ( f
app n:at;on, and one that will by its
own action rach all ths remote) tores
and ulcerated em faces. The hit-t' r?
of t!ie 1 ff.tria to treat calnrrh (Jorins
the ia t few years obPge ns to admit
toat inly one r. medy bus complete v
m' t these coEdttiontt, and that ie Ely's
Oreum Balm. Tws pale an I p'e iHnt
remedy has mastered c.it.trrh sb noth
ing el'O I as ever done, and both phy-
eiciAPS atid pBtients freely concede
thi" fact. The more dielrs.ing pymp
toa.8 qaickly yield 1 1 it.
natitfajr I'rporiitM. Miiirord.
2WBITE GIRLS To do general house
work, at 50 Vance et'oct.
FOUR Young Men to mom and board
at 48 Johnson avenue.
GIRL To do general housework.
Apply at iK3Th r.lftreet.
PUPILB-Por
p'hirthnnd.
Munson's or Lanulcy's
0t.ll at 53 Mark-t street.
SITUA'IION-On a farm as mannger; oan
furni'h re'erenoes. L. J. R.t this offl 'e.
AY BOARDERS At
77 AD'Mfl ST.
SCRAP IRON-A qoantlty of rovet and
mschint r crau Iron and old car wheels.
bT.LUoH MALLfcABLK lRON CO.,
t. Louia Mo.
HOTEL DRUUMfcR
At ChamWs Houe.
SALESMEN In every State in the I1 "ion
to represent a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT having several
SreoutTiig that are popular and easy sell
ing. Can be bandied alone or In connection
with other roods. Addreas TUB WM. B.
PP.IfF MANI'FG. 00.. BAT.TIUORK. MO.
QnflMKN T8 ia ,ttio" work on the
JJ Memphis, Birmingham and Atlantic
R.R., near Ab rd en, Mis Appiyon work.
W A H V B V LKB, tontr dors.
R00M;l Furnished front rooms, with uae
of bath-room, Icr two gentlemen Ad
dreas A , 272 Second street.
o
LD GOLD k SILVKR-For cash or ex
ehenrw. aaniiFimii. jewe 304 Mat a
FLAT Or part of a residence (three or
four n oma). In good neighborhood, for
light hoaa. keeping, on reasonable terms; ref
erencesexchaoged. Ad. C. H . T .t'iia , fUce
Onfi TEAMS Atl4 per day( lit) Driven
3UUn ll.ro rer day. Pay every Satur
day nirht. 200 S'ation Bent wilt pay from
12 to 17 oenta per yard. Best work on the
levee; no roots; ne grubbing; all new work
la fields. Mnrd camps. I. qoire of
ArIiuI7l!i'. n0D0oloral Chambermaid,
d. "?Lor..K..t W 'dy df'T 11 At72Madr.o. street.
RESIDBNCHl-Noa. ii and 8 Market at. t "DOOMS Two or three unfurnished rooms
ia geod repair; lot 57ixl4H- Applyto by two perrons. Apply at -Schilling'
.() KKNNKDV 47Vt Mosbv st Boardlnghonae. A da ma ar-et.
ClUAMban'j PolDTnk M ACHINK Sat A OKNIH-In everv town to sell Pianos
y little aaed, an tin good oondition. Ap- xY and Orvans HOUCK A CO., Mempb s.
ply ft t A 11' K A I (tWlCA " . . , .' '
TBgr ;v ,bk sT orKrth.,.eR0IDERlNa-T'
" , '"e iu sn, Mits, Twen'y-five VAV'lt rupnnmu
aommodi.'is rer.n.a. within three minntea jLiiti?1
wa k ot the 1 ion Depot; large sample f AN An Intelllirent.earreat man to rep
room en the street next door; now doing a IV L resent, in his own loonljtv, a large re
goed buainesa and popular. Can be had at a sponsible house. A remunerative salary to
Jaraaln if appl et or within the next thltty rl. ht party. Steady peaition. References
!'.;. App' to Charles b tin ire, proprietor, exchanged, American Manufacturing Uouse,
Jlridjan,ili,s. It Barclay St., N. X,
THREE SHOTS INTOyTUE PROSTRATE
, Thre wee rumors that DltcB g-oined
Meryl a- he toll, but no auoh testimony
was elicited at the hearii g. fcpetulation as
CAUSE OF THE KILLING
was r fo last night and ell sorts of scandal
ous stories were cir ulated.
The frier da of Godwin allege in hia jnatifl
eat'on that Da ton had rep a ted I y been
guilty ot noaats that refl-cte 1 upon the vlr-
tu! "Li'Il- JLJ- f"1' '! of lh "'
wh" did the 'hosting. O dw n a friends as
sert that ialt a was an habitual
CALUMNIATOR OF WOMBS,
but that In an investlgat'on conducted not
lone ago by prominent cltiaens, aa to the
chiraoterofa young lady on Union street,
Dalton was the t my wine a whu waswillmg
to insinuate that she wag sot abort sui
pioion. AT TUB STATION HOUSE
Godwin declined to make a stat-ment to the
reporUra. He at onoe sent for Gen. G. P.
M. Turner and ac'ed nnder hia Instructions.
Uon. Luke Wnghtand (J-1 Gantt bare also
been retained to dot, nd the prisoner, who
spent last nigbt In j 0 i I .
HIE DEAD MAN
leaves a widowed n other, the relict of the
Jete 0. K. Dalton, and a slater Juatemerg.
lug from girlhood. Ihiy reaide at 107 K -li
tt atreet, where the remains wee last
night removed. llton formerly waa em
ployed by Meak'n k Co. and Inter by J. V,
Voegeli k Co. Last fill, having received
wnrniug tbitt it was not lute for
him to remain here, he departed
for Pt. Louis wlire hi r.mnin-d
unt'l Friday, when he retu-no 1 to Memphis,
lie teems 10 hare bejn uncon-oiom ul dan
ger, fur he wore no arms tt ihi time of his
rteath. benaalional oorrespondenoe was
hinted at la t nigl.t on the streets,
but thea 1 reports were not traceable
to autlientio sources. Coroner Barry is said
to bt in lutittM on i f letters found nn the
perron of d.o ated, t ut tbe:r content; are
not known. Nevertheless, there were no
nd of people yeste d.y who were prepared
to state what they oontained, the story dif
fering in ereiy oase.
A JEWELRY FIRM FAILS.
Levy at Mich ( At inched bjr CgeaJlt.
. are Trateiidity,
Tha firm of Ivy A Micrint was at
tached yeatsrriav by home oreditnr. The
panie; moved to thia city laat spring and
opened a jewe rystoteon M. in street. Mr.
Levy att-lbutes his SU' pension to the un
pre edented h .rd times iahls line of bus ness
dur ng the period o hia residence kere. If,
however, ha 11 nt-ra had sh wa a diapo'l
t'ontoei'end his maturing ohtigationa he
thinks he would have been able t .Dave tided
over his troubles. 8 me were wiliogt .do
this, but a Aew York firm bad one of
hia notes protend and placed in the
h Lcdi of an attorney '1 bia actios oansed
the tla timer ta. The Jiab litiea are sup
posed to be in tbe neighborhood ot elO.000.
thoi gh no accurate da'aejuld be obtained.
Me-a s Hitah k Bro., of Homerv.lle, Tenn ,
ran the fin t attachment for ti'0 A'tioh
mcnts I t 400 by the xrrmaa Una, tnOO by
Mechanios . avinas BaLk, and a0byMax
Kohner, of Baltimore, f II. wed In quiok
auereesi-in. It i. pn bable that there are
sufficient a sets to saiist) toese ilaiuis.
MASI'KK AMI SL4.YE.
A Pifsant of Moil t,ivn to an Old
fnuilljr Mcrvaut.
Tua o.Hnc"" n hrt wenn the whit-s
nf ihe 8 mth a"d their former slarea baa been
b. auttful in l a .i. vu.i .n. Ti is ha' b. en s.
l-ecillysi beiwcen Ihe whites and their
cnlorrd lamiiy eervun e during the dure uf
slavery. Ta. ir inert nira an aa oo d.al and
aflecti' na'e aa the moling nf Mn folka long
gepiialed BufoiO the war Wiley B, JJulcf
8ib Robbbt CHBisTiaoN. phyalc'an to
Her Mcifaiy. the Queen uf Ensland.
"peaking ol the Uoca p'ant, eaya;
"The proptrties of this wondeiful
plant are the moat remarkable of any
known to the mfdic tl w rid. From
reptatfd p rsmal trta s I am con
vinced that its use ia highly beneficial
ana tonic." 10 liu id up a oroaen
down ayntt m, nae the Liebig Oct. 'a
0 ca Beef Tonic, indorsed and re
commended by the foremost physi
cians of Europe and Aiuerita. Over-
wrought and feeble cervi'snre quieted,
digestion ia promoted, and now tone
and vigor in all the o k&us bf tbe
body follows its 0(e.
The roDBtaln of Vitality,
The louroe of physical enerayand mental
activity, is the blood. Lei tbia become vi
tiated with bile, or thia and watery in con-
sequence of indigestion and non-assimila
tion of the lood, and an Interruption of the
functions of the body, and a luis of stamina.
flesh and appetite ensues, li itetter'i Stom
aoh Bitters is a tonic specially adapted to re
store all three, beoanea it assl-u diaeaiion
and assimilation, and remo7ea bile and other
impurities trosu tbe croaiat on. Protected
and strengthened with this 1 dmirahla defen
sive invigorant, the tystem drfies influences
I. I uioal to bealto. to which, it unregulated
and le.i le, it would undoubtedly sucoueib.
Constipation, often an obstinate and chronic
aOment, ts entirety removed by it, the liver,
kidneys a'id bladder roused Irom Inaet on,
and tendeney to rheumatism effectually
oounteraottd. It also eradicates malarial
disease.
Flat Watch Bepalrlpg, Halford's.
Advlc to Mothers.
Mrs. VVinelow's Swti lag Syrup, for
children teething, la the p react ip lm
of one of .he beat female nnreea and
phytiiciana in tbe United Htatee, and
has been naed for forty years with
never-fa liog succesa by tinlliors cf
mothers for their children. Daring
tbe process of teething its vnlna is iu
calcuible. It relieves ti e child from
rain, cues dysentery aud dierrlro.,
griping in the hoel. ami wini colic
By giving health to the c'nild it rests
the ui .taor. Price 2 1 1 nls a Ut.tlle.
HI onoi;raiii lltiiiEleN Mulford.
DyeliiK and Ck-Hiilng.
La.li.s and gMnta' cl'ithes c etnod
or dyd in any rolor, n!-o kid glovea,
oalrirb f at'iers end latte curtains by
Lonia Rninej,fi8 Jefrenn street, Metti
pbis, Tenn, Goodit receive j by xptecs.
I in t':pc!ty
tiiyoso llo
bv Mr. J. M
L ... ; n- r .L s . . V Blll.g,lc-
nt. iK mt nrrsni r. A. It rlri, u.i
r.t... .,r mi r ..S. ' g. and
depuutlon frea the roicniitne
ail. iiited bv the .V.tIi Im
ISStlirs tllam fh..n in.. I
. - " v u. . .w I- IU1.11' I.IC m ..in.
Hon. 1. 1. Iladdon, Prendeatol Hie M.
Dlatret: Prrsi.l.wt W J I,,....;.- "r-
Chint.' eel,Hnj T Q T a
.1 T. P..,b ".I H M.'L. L -i
JVo'daon, Jamea I'helan, J M Plii'lina.
W - Dillaid. v . W. bchoolllold, i. X. PoitiX
and E A. Keeling.
'ihe following name! gentlemerr cotnpoa,
the liar, or pariy : t'tiar'es Dudlea Warner.
Hartlord. Ct 1 W. II Uu li...l.. .1..
ham, Kirk Mnnroe. llo ace Bradley, Juhn
Duram, John Muller, New York.
WH CIIA9. DUDLBY WARNttl
Is toy w II known to our re idrra to nerdspe
eiul mention, ilia lame aa a writer and
humorist ul eminence extends over the civ
ilised world. He baa tbe e miiol of the ariiatg
e..u writers wno accinpsny hn.i, aid
exercises a genernl aim, rvis nn over their la
bors. He ia tic author of many w rka cf
merit. A IM ol his b. oks irci.,ioa Afo .s'ui:..
wrr ia a i',uifc. put out 111 l(t7 oUowcd by
.Maul nups, after a trip to hurope. and d
vute i to European 1 leaudacanna, 7"A oarg
iok Mbiim. wh'rh ia a ser rs of c?say e nnd
0'invera.itlona aruun.1 the fl.a nn ail ...... ..r
"".or b seo ma ini.horosd he ouh
iiaueu iiv Wtmter a a ai d then ,
lit .'K"af. two largo bonka. Alter this he
P ibl.she, a book c..ll..t K.irfaeci-,,,( r
on 0 r,?. ju.Ilty j,,,,, aj0VH
t'eotia and Cm c l.rtten lalan.l He
i ''"" "' volume rsion II, t a(.fe
esa, about 'he Anil r.mdaeka iiminl,. M
oo.ii .in. 1 .me a 1.1 14 of ir.iaAiu.
tow Irving lor me n-r.es ui Aiuoiiciin .tien ef
1 e irrs, wn, en un is en, ting. Alter atliitd
ir pao'o.Mi , Mr. Warner wro'e a book he
" A , . V "-,' io.iyurtig, the scenes
bi "in 11 re una around ihe Modituria 'en
"' v . isi.fi nas oeen lor years a
const;, n'. nnntributor to max. aiuvs. lie con-
iifuips uiouiDiyan essay to
TUli ' EDITOR'S DRAWER"
of 17er. sr's Mnthlv, Curtis writes tbe "E.1I
ior I'asy lh.nr." and Hew. Ha edi.s The
.-luu, in ii i mngi.sine. Ilewr.tos
the general political ediior.a a and secial
-..u nvonuy uiHiiere, anu 11 ita literary edi
MR. GRAHAM
la nrc ut the Uarpprs' principal sketching
artista, iit'd his a- il;ty in this line is reoog-
niird. II a lorln is i.n.l. ...... 1. - P
black 11 nd wlme. Mr. Grain. iu bis bee
tern yeari witii the Uanicra. lie was here
us.iui iiis esiiuBiiiva.
MR. Dl'RKIN
laaaroclnted with him in his hujinaia, and
basprufiiedbyhisexperienreund skill. Mr.
Dutkin is an adopt iu eerta n b.anchea.
MR. BRADLEY
is a native nf Georgia, but hie home is new
in New 1 ork, where he lias re i i . I lor sev
eral years, prosecuting hia art rtudies.
MR. KIRK MONROE
was the fl'et editor of upper's Powag V-
tile, b ati position he held lur aeveral years.
His residence iannwin Florida, but hn aiill
writes seriala for urassr'a. Duriiag the t!en
t nuial Einoaiti'.n he did some excellent
work for .wper'e nair. At pre ent Mr.
Monroe ia gel ting up a aeries ef articles oa
the South for inrper's HrtUt.
MR. W. A. UAKPER
la the son ol Joseph Harper, of the Inn of
Harper Bros., to whose spirit of enterprise
the pre ent exhibition is laraely due. tie is
a tnan of finished education and high eul
'ure, aud prouinentlr ideniifled with the
Inn of which his futhur waa one ef the
founders.
The party will stay here until Wednesday
evening, gathe ing material for articles and
sketches 10 be published in eei sr'a Werner,
and Airprr'e AfoaiAoy. 1 ber will deubtleaa
And much to interest them. 'Ihe readers of
the Arrest, will be furnished with a faithful
account of their movements.
E. SLAQER,
Tailor and Importer.
iTv"i 1 cuuitni
ftriti.iira ij
ma n-w . .7TTa"' "Ptwaiaiing g ail Lae)
J si k uwn VwiTar.."klV,irJ!.7.""lt!?
" "A MMia la rrst ..ri.. . ii -i. ir. ! ' . 4. A? "
uij
Li
HI tit the BY4TBJB.T UUlK.via.
"T. I wiaflaTiV.,"?
eori Jicond tN(J jQffrMD SUi . Um h, .
as. aerzog
HEADQUARTERS FOR
T
& Bro.
iWxi.ii.nfi
lOlL'iUlJJUU
IT
GOQDS
Mulford, Jeweler, 894 Main atreet,
solicits order from Hie conntry.
MEMORIAL lll.MORY JF ML Til 18
And fehrlbjr 4smnly, by J. M. Heat.
Ins;, D. flnauii aft Co., r nbltahera.
The above work ia meeting with a
m"pt c:td al reception, tnd when pnb-ln-hod
will be of grrfat value to Mem
phif, as the volume wbl bo tntirrly
drv ed to the hiaiory of Memphis
and Hl'olbyCout.tv and will he wtit
ten hy J. M. Kt aline, whose re
sexrehon in Huh direutlou are of great
intemt. e invite your eurnt at sup
port in 0 ir ei il -Hvor.
D. MASON k CO , PuMlahcrs.
tW IV have te L.-)rsMt AaiNorf uK'iit or HOf.lM, IMiologrHua
AIbu.iik Urilk; IHkp(, Work .Itisxex, Toilet iini. Anie.
Knili and NtTiirt KooVM, HI iinIc IIo.v4s Klc.
tt HWTN wilt dt wise hy K'etfluK oiirpricru heion
biijvinjkT c.sfwlier
11. F. Unrrclt.
H'.i, Brown. Jr.
W. M. Brown & Co.
COTTON PAOTOES
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
2flO Front Htrvet, ; : Mrmnhiw. JVnn,
NEW FIRM.
NEW GOODS
FLOYD & CO.
(soremftotvi to;4). m. bkiu'ii.
Dinner, Toilet and Chamber Sets in I treat Varisty.
BAR GOODS! A SPECIALTY.
aar AsxcBta far the vclebraitHi tHRKsIlf WOOD VITHiril tl tf IrTA, ttlsillw
ananieii satr eeoapiw. naaiaiiraaia waws Htxita nbnssta.-vvj
11
biiina?
AjfJMUIW rrBWAJiT, Saw Urlaaaav.
STEWART
AKURJIW D.4.WYBBJ.,
A lyriigglHt'ii Mory.
Mr. Isaac 0. Chnnmon, drugsrist.
Newburg, N. Y., writes us: "I have
for tbe past ten years sold several
gross of Dr. William Hall's Balttain for
the Lunirtt. I caa aay of it what I
cannot any of any other medicine, I
nave never beard a customer speak of
it but to praise its virtues in the high
est manner. I have recommended it
in a great many cases of whooping
cough, with the happiest eflects. I
nave nsea tt in my own temiiy tor
many years; in fact, always have a
liottfe in the medicine closet ready for
use."
Fine Watch at M afford' ,f
Ku?rMs4 lor h ".nisfrtL'
4nr " Bby'TtirsiTTeiar."
by Jiarion Harland, with other valua-
files iiiiorma'ton; fnrty-eight page book.
l-ient freo oa ruccijit ol ' omiWitHmp.
Adtlrtsi Rued A Carnrick, Mcrrantile
Excbnnge Buildinii, Now York City.
A HOST I.IHKHAl, OFKEH I
Tub Voi.taio Brlt Co., Marshall,
Mich., ofler to sand their Celebrated
Voltaic Bui.tb and Electric Appli
ances on thirty days' trial to any man
altiicted with Nervous Debility, Loss of
Vitality, Manhood, etc. Illustrated
pamphlet in sealed envelope with full
particulars, mailed free. Write Jthem
at once.
Mnuil'a Kiunlalan.
nnre Cod Liver Oil. with Hypo-
phouobites. is a moat valuable remedy
for coneumptioo, scrofula, wasting dis
eopei of cl ildren, colds and chronic
coughs, and in all conditions where
there it a Insa of flesh, a lack of nerve
power uitd a geneial debility ol the
aytitem.
aVnalevllt) OeeweiBt.
I'RItPABJt FOB FLOOD.
F.mndat ons, cellar walls and build
ingBi'uhJi ft tooverffovv should be cm
stiuc'r d with Ijoniaville Cement. It La
th st 'iiilard.
mm
royal novitji J
is? 1
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel ei
purity, strength and wholeiomene.a. More
economic! than the onl'nary kinds, and
cannnt be'sold in competition with the uiul
t tude of low teat, abort weight alum or
phoaphnte powdera. Sold ikl la OASg.
ROYAL BAIUN'l I'yWDEK Co.,
lis-, W.i'l .tree!. New York.
SooUicr at hand. It la Uie only saio
medicine jot mado that will remove
all intanti ie diHordora. It contaitis no
Opium or Morphine, but gives the oliild
nataroi eewcrom pain, l'rico 20 cent.
Sold by
F'vRI
I uyu I IBISL. IA UUll
Wholesale Grocers, Got, Factcio
SM AUD SSS FRONT ITKBEIKT, HKM1 fJHU TESa
' ABD
STEWART HJ10TUERS & O0II?Mi7
COTTON FACTORS AND COEIISSIOH IlZAlfTg,
aalBMB-EaeBsemsjS
DILLARD & COFPI.
CJottom. IPaiotoirer-
CimIi AilvancMts to M erobautu and Plrtufero,.
HLEIMxIBROSofCoaMaMUi. F. H. RORFLEET, BeaUeat rarttMC,
SLEDGE & NORFLEET
COTTON FACTORS,
Horn. SI6 and US Front 8trt Mnmphia TradBk,
Will dl AND MACHINE CO.
MANUFACTURERS OF FIRST-CLASS
Steam Engine), Boilerfi and Tank Work, Cotton (sins. CottoL
1'rnNhen, Wood L'ulleys Nhattliit?, A gii cultural
and riim Uf Ion Work,
AND DEALERS IN
Oorn ixxxcX SiEt-w JVIillsi.
sjay-We have the LARGEST WORKS of the kind In the UnltelStiitaa, and wll meet
pi ices for same quality of work, tsend tor uaiajogue, i-rioe-isisw
and Testlmontais.'va
ItTemplilwe
as - TiKvHvee
FOR EXCUlMMK.
fiffUfh r,TY R"RID(tV0K-
fJ))UUU 9 Lota, fOvtoflsoO,
lor suburban prnpertv. '
W. I). 1,1'MPKIN 9 Madison St.
NTKAVfcD OR 8IOLEJf.
DOG A liver-colored setter dog, with a
white bre.at. ihe .finder will here
warded bv app yina to
J a iKVta Hai OrT.Peehr.dv nctal.
ROOMS AND BOARIL
JAMES U0U8B Corner Second and
imi atraa e. Roosaa and boards tf ear
weeks day board. $3 M . '
00D BOARD By the day or week I
At aisiiB. ru, street!
OT.
O Adams stree s Rooms and board
RWMS-Tw,nfrnUh.droo..b j
XT ioky FI'RN 1 BED "TiOOM wit!
board, al No. SO Adams street.
TABLE BOARD-ThToest the market ai
forda, , At 87 COO HT STREET.
NLwLY turniabed front ro., with le
gant byard, lor single peaUeaiant V)
Court itieoi. ,
ROOM H-I'loasant urnisfe d rooma, wits
board, for ladles or a-enilen en. Termi
very reasonable. X.Q Court Extended. .'
BEAUTIFUL front rooms, sinale or ea
suite, furnished nr unlurniahed, with or
without Hosed ; otrBisni,. H list Onnt.t
1 cur:z
rild
Whas I sv esse. I s bbs m ssenlT turn tasai Be
HMB4wslseli.imiiiH,il ISlWhSfMhB
SMB. I to." AS. I. ilbMMS. MITI'ia. RrilAPHt r VSl.U
ls.lsalliaNIBa.H4uBaMwr, I BWVSHI Biv psepsis a
bbtb wsrsl esesa. a ml ..IB BSS.IB MSB f.tMsl IB BB
flBSIB Mel BB IB.Bsstos BSiB, SrtMl .1 ubt S.I a
BMIWAS ft P.S.IBBI BIV lefsfltN. esBMSlBl
SMSMU se.l P.BI UU.es. M MSBB P. Be.ai.f . li
ea t will an j. B. X 'iOtt, 'aMl It.,
NTRAYEO.
MULKM-IIO IIRWAHD tlaeblaok horse,
mule, bian.le.l S. M. on ett shoulder.
One blank mare mule, lame in right tare foot.
ULOruib, liutt
Return te
at P.
M. Pw'ter.on A Ho. 'a Stable,
MULES On the night nf Oct. 3d. J ml lea
east ot CollUrvilU, 2 black mere mules t
one about four years nld. In good tx and
trimmed up. with little white spot and
law ; the other, tea or twelve) years old.
roush, and ant go wed trieimied. Reward,
for information, or retura of mules to J. W.
xoUng, Memphis, ef
i W. 'Jf! pftlCK, flollUrvllle, Tenn...
a JJ , JL.-l.IJ-.-a
LOST
30W-Loat or strayed, rear south gate of
Klinwood, ene red bsladle cow, cruaapla
horns, crop i f rigbt ear aod nnder bit under
right ear i alio nnder bit under lell earl
white spot noder her belly. A liberal reward
wi I bv psl'l lor her return te
GEO PKKGltwQ.N, Klniwned repctory.
w in. large
11 ADAMS SIREaT.
ritlllM A I.e. ,! BtMBr.
O kuraa. A liberal rewe'O wilt be paid at
I 0G-ti REWARD rimall
AV dog, blind in
cutty ta li
Upturn to
Ight yellow
one ere, eara uncat, and
s 1 1 a imp ot " Tony.
63 I.IMf M STREKT. .
T3UP A leiion co ored -pointer dug pupt
X whit
hite f'et
r. to'n to :v 1 1 .
A rewaid will be paid fur Its
nden a're-l
STOI.KN.
i tow
j oneablaok
On Tburrdi.y. neir neon, two eowst
k. with ot. p " na noie iu vb
ear and sin ana uo.b in .. .. . -"her,
red and white spotted, w'th a swallow
fork in right eart teau bave blsck marts.
A euiiabie reward for their retura to nse,
near oorn.r ui x(t&S
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