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JSOSETHIHG OF THE CAREER OF
THE CflARMIXG COMEDIENNE,
iTko Is U Appear at the Theater To
morrow Right in the "School
fur Scandal "
Arxkm to prrse.it the rradira of
lie ArraL with reliable Urn con-ee-
i 'K Mrs. Kobe Cojrhian, the ao
t3,.!'liBhcd lad t who in to be fin a
ire: 'i enKijj'raeut at ti e New M-m-.
pL . rneaUir tomorrow ngn, aa AP
rn reporter called on Mr. Clinton J.
Ed,- r y, her nunpgrr, and ata'od h a,
but a si. Mr. 'uer y ie the descend
a.n - f an sld Maaiacbusetla family,
ai il nm edncael as lawyer, li s
co .' ei'ion with the atape datei from
bid i .nriii witn M an OigLlio twj
yetMagi. lie is a handsome yung
mi" ' I pleasing addr s and polished
ma- tiers, and a tliorucuh tjei.tlemaa.
11 it eland hixs'lf hi ruady to he in-torvioa-eJ,
and the r.porter at onca
a i" l io, wi:h the f blowing:
" ten did MisOoK,hlari brgln her
Bturrl- (j tour?"
"VnU ii her second eeAHOn. After a
ecc' i s'nl career of iahi yeHre- as
lea i an lady at Wal!ack n, ehe begun
an 'atHgrmcrit at tht theater at a
Bt.ir, apoea in in Our Joan, by Her
man Merivalf, anttior of Forget Me
Ao' The play ran to crow.! d Iious-a
omil the e'o e i f the teuson in M y,
f;ir wbluli Mr. OobIiIbu w.n t ovor
tot u Gr.tad Oi ra UniH;', 'in K Khtii
av :.ne. and thotigti at the Lifi l oi tlie
drs nnvi y ar, filled the hon&o omy
and eclipsed all previous records
in 1..T matinee receipts. The m iR.i:
tnd of her surceea may he t stimated
Wl in it is rememliere I th it the neat
rpiaiacity of lhn hoone is between
J jiM i:nd 'Mm). Ilm :iiKi;euii.t ihoru
entVi her i-woti'ii work."
'Where did she open the ensuing
ial?"
"At N.blo's G '.rden. cn Broadway,
S tnmber 27, 1H85. The ennrto'ent
Tras lor two works and was vory boo
cc-eful. N. xt to B i ton."
"How did the critical bean caters
tnoive M.se'Co. hl.m ?"
"Her iteeption Wiis very KrHtifylng.
Tii penpln not nn'y fl'h'd the tlmatr
evc-r, night, bat the critics wera mmni
mo n in tlinir complimentary no' ices
Tim Olubt, the Journal, the Herald, the
Advtriurr. tiie Iramciiil, the Utuelle,
alluaid ktud things of her, not a din
eordant note iu th j 'urnaliutic chorus
of i.rnie9. Heie, judce for yonraeH,"
a d Mr. I? g r!y, hs he loaded the re
porter's Wbl w.th an armful of com
pl im ata-y Boston newnpnpr notices.
Tell us about her Suutiiorn exjie
llenoe." MW left Washington February 20,
1886aod opened February 22d in Kit h
Buond, T Gov. Fiishugli Lee and
party hud seemed all the bezes. The
btuirrji whs large the fiat night and
donb - tke sec nd. We regretted
pre vi i.. engagements prevented a
longer stay. From there we went to
Avgtxita, Ga., where magnificent re
ception Wits tendered us at the resi
dence of Frauds Oogiiln, the owner of
a large cat ton mill aud joint owner of
the Chronielt. lie was very kind and
tendered ns the hospitalities of his
Srlnoely mansion, where we remained
urinn onr etay in Angnsta. We
played there one night to big business
and then went to Atlanta, where
another ovation awnlted us. Sen
ator Joe Brown's son entertain
ed ns at supper, after the por
forrnauoe, at his own residence.
Afier a night at Montgomery we
arrived at New Orleans in Mardi Gras
week and opened at the Aosdemy of
Music. We played there a week to
big bnnsna. Tue press notices were
Very flittering. The Pieuyune raid:
"rJie ts a winsome woman, whose
mile strike etrauht to the hiirtrto!
all wtiotee her, Dud wkwso vo ce and
hearty way maks everyone in tho
tndienon her friend Imme 'ia'uiy.
Thauk fortune bIih can speHk llie Ka-
Sli:h langnaKH c t ar and dintinot. 8b
I CHp'ib.e ol repiire when acting is re
qnirid, and she is at all times ea noot.
the nadrt a great hit."
"ll wuu'd weary ynn torehor ethe
di tai's ol our v sit to Nliville, Louis
ville, Ciuuiiinati and New Yo k. Thu
trip wis a continuous ova'.ionand
Betted all riouhts as to !in Uoghlan's
ability to maintain tier pos t oa as a
Star, of which some dimMs were ex
pre sod tiefore she lett New York. 1
is prolMblH tlia thene dou' wer i in
spired by selthii motivee. HsNtiw York
did n ,t r , iinh ttiu i t a of n v'' K Mis
Courilxn np. Tlie New Y'o k liiwi
uld l lit r buforo her depHrture.
"AHsnO. kIiI hi gives acliarmi'ip:per
form iinm iu ev. ry ros; ec , n n il. cted,
fracdfnl, iiiKn-BRimievl a'td pl' tiirepq-.e.
tie as. d f.cttlmt Now Yuk m t
li so thl a Ituirable actre8, who in
kudi to dev ile her eneriis hereafter
to entertaining the people nf other
citiea. I', is a pity that chief the city of
tho Kepubili', whose poop e are S)
keenly intertat-d in theatr.cal mutters,
cannot nliin tlie services of au actreas
of Miha CoKhlan's talent ;. "
"In wlmt to its has she scored he"
BifiKt BignificRut succesies?''
"Her pr lereno) is "Kos.ilind" Iu
in Yoit Liks It, but rht nan played
"LHdy Teau" iinndr dj of timts, an l
Is pr.monui'ed by the Montreal prens
to he the best exponent of the c'.a no
ter evi.r sen theie. Blie opened
Walinek's new tlieater In that pa'',
"d Nrw York wfit into eestaciis
over her. the plavs the pRrt lint once
h ro and nlrea ty weiire besoged w th
ruin- ste to n pi at I;."
"Can Ti n Rive mu a brief ekitch uf
hrr cr.icir ?''
'Yin. rlie is a na'ivo of E ir'aid.
wliori blit- spent the e irly par! l her
Ut. ehe oa ne ol a nte a reliKious
fin'l, and was it b.'au'.ilul iiirer.
For upviritt ye ns she eaniti thcholr
in 1 p ay d the n.gt.i in a li'lle church
in ''r i a ive tuwn She and her
lir th Uiiail.M a'e the only me'n'-e-e
of le r fa id ywtr have been Identlfl d
in any way with the stepe. Her
broiht i leo eof the mos! popular and
Weil kri.iwn of K ighsh actors, and
drilled iiito ibe prilrssiiin by marry
ing an ufr s. Wide speodiu.. a va
ea ion hiu house Mies Ooghlan le
eto pv sand with tlie ide that aha
woulu iirt to go on the euigo. She
flint a:pu.ue i a cue of the witi he in
Uicltk, -d whrn the time came f.ir
her ) ilo elie rsn from the st ige in a
pnrox.sm of fr glit. Ls er on she
msilH a more nic etfifu. debut, en l
P avail a mu d i f I'oini-dy pa ts In 'h
town of Urieiork, 8co lund. Her
it xt Hin t b was in London, where
ohea p-.trel it the Uaie'y TbBtn'
with A.l.lii.tB NeilBun iu The lift
Chut , (T re t verivou ol Fnhixt
lrctn ,ti t pl. yd y p ,i ny Daven
por . I', i f '.coniBited kI b' r nn
meTi h hi,. ,., g jn ,M,. ,iiani.ni.i ljn,.(
dtio Wt in Hi Toole, the w.ltknowu
acti r, a il w enitx g "il n i h bun lor a
icar ,n. d ti eo u t , H th. rn, h i
liromh- li-r to AniH'iea, opening et
Wallark's Theater, N, w York Ater
ini'diing h i. g4Kfiiitn.it wii!) Po h"in
eiie returi ed to WmUV,, ami tor the
Teuton ter of rh maon srrved ai
leading Udy. Tl.e rex y.aishe went
back o l.i ndof, whm bIih rruiamrd
ior a ti oe, knd thence eut to Man-
chafer, pUymt 'Viula' in Twelfth
AwM f r ovdr rot) ronsecative times,
woich is an abundant proof of her
great saooeM. Barry 8allivaa then en
nag d her ai bU leading support. 8he
dnr:nz the eeamn, ac'ed very many of
the pr.ncipol femae ro'ei in the
elsiicdrm. L-aving Birry flullivao,
snewertti the St Jamei Theater,
where ihe or.tel the part of 'Lady
aiAia in' in A'lior ut. wtjtcn naa
rt-niarl'a'ilti run of 4(A) nights in Lon
don. 1 h. p'ay wa? written by Her
man M -rival, wlio li tlso the author
ol Vrort lle-Nii. In the mtantime
Mr. Lt r Wol a.k ssDt a sptctal
ai'e tti gland to eecn e hnr. il
po sib e, ts leading lady, and fioally
em-Cf eded in doing so. That she ably
filled the poei'ion is proven frjm tbe
fiicttliat Mr. Wa'lauk ha of) rad her
evd-y lnducemnt tore'uru."
TbU cl iN-d thi interview. It isbnt
J is- to Mr. E Igerlr to ay that he ha
notexagfij-Ated the merits of Mire
!gb'au. Evry one who h s visited
New York durlnar the cast decade can
te i'y to hor me lts, and all who have
s en her once ire anxious to see her
attain. Io proof of this it la hut neces
sary to add limt tueator narties are a
ready orginlr.i' g In prominent social
Circiei to wlinoes Mi s Uouti B'i'a per,
formanote. and that in all Dro'.iabtlitv
i hi will he the social rr.ge throaghout
i.ei at iy
IIOTEL ARRIVALS.
PealMHly llolol.
J. B. OALLO.VAr A CO ...-.PiioriiriTORS
U;iii l H) nod .'! pnr day. aconrilms to
it unJ looiitiiin of room Beooil
mad rti.
N VT Bltiit. Trnn W O "naun. Mini
J VI jHOhmii, M T lltrtmitri, Ark
J II M.ifit-n, Mo J l ilin. Mm
O rl I'lMwie'' . AU A I) c-k. r. Term
hm Bri,loT, Mi J II l.m'i'lier, Kr
K i han ,(! JH litem. Ark
M I tinner. (J P (iimili. T-nm
J If Wilbtnkii, l. U Pitkamfii. 'lean
W K Mulliai, Timiii W Wiiito Itinn
U It lowi lev, Uui K I'm nn, Mii
H put, n, Mini K M HuVale, fenn
C b WitJu: Tenn I, II Cuk r. N V
J H Wi.liw4, Titr.ii W M Mhinukot, Taa
1j nmm ui, Ark u Myr. N T
h A JuJknn St Luull K t! Prkibitrd, N 0
P li M,kr. T un .1 T l tin. 'i.n
J W linn- U, Tens N A Will im,A,TI
a imne, i w j noririin, Ark
will Mierin, N T W D Tracr, N Y
Him I Tihot, NT A IITrwi. N T
Ml.-i 9 Tritev. N T
it N Ujrre I, Mn
W N Wrirer. Mill
J U aI irn, 1 , MiM
J Aederiun, Miei
W Aireti, Ten
y lT,r. Tette
J II Mnt f.wmitfl..TAan
JO '"iu, latin
A B llutiia. U.iitoB
J II W,k,r, eno
I) X Plannsry, Taa
J L Mardhnll, Mim
0 ltin, TuDi
0 A OrnaUl, L
D W Fly, Tens
W II Cennen. Me
J II .VtoDunitt, lain
J 0 (limiuen Ar,MM
W 0 MoClare, Jena
W Lftfir. lim
VT S (In rii,, Xeon
W Kur. Tott
li Sk elil . MiM
W trrill, Tenn
J II )Tnnar, T. nnt
K Hiniioaa, Teen
0 Oeeiiere, Tenu
1 Itarrl un, Tent
H A Hiaimm, N 0
J II Puat ri. Tean
w M Joientten, tl
W P Q,4rn. Iain J W MaOullotih. T.n
U II AloO .Ink, Hli H J ll.rrii. Me
invi T
P Wilma
WI,IH
A D UuKKer, Tana
Vr Meiaii k, tenn
J M.olxinil.i, Me
W P
tean
V I rial lii.
iiuut, r-Mia
J A Maere, Pa
It IHokler, Yuan
V WkliQ. fean
J R Vt'li.uie, Itneo
W KMr, Mi
L B MoOann,Tnan
u nenrurd, Tens
""i"ij 1VDI
Janaii. Tann
Am Me linn, Teaa
J n oontei, h
F Uawkli i, TJin
Mn II liiknKin, Me
M Willetta, Tenn
w v.iat'-i u. . i .. .run, xami
A vuiiii i, leaa J uu "one. Tana
A Mton, Tena J V Juhuten, Teaa
A B CJm leo a 0 Maien, Teaa
Prlddy lloaiae,
(Formerlr CemmeroUl tlotal.)
Cnr.Freatand Jelfernen Mm., Meinphlf.TeaB
J. II. PmuDT, PrnM'r, of Hiehniond, Va.
Traneleat ratal, II 50 to ti per day.
0 Meer. Pa n Burnei if. Ark
0 Jeuei.Teio T baria, 'Jena
li A HatuUaien, Mlie R A llraitler, Tex
f Tarne. Tern A A llra. Va
W T ll'irhani, lean V M Dmior, Mini
r H Willi W, MO
B K .turn nU, Tean
0 W Wilrey, Mitt
A J Tlaoen', lid
J Wanldri.lfe, III
J P Band.TMia
H Vf 1) Begin, Ala
0 I) Hmlth, Ark
fl.an.iTitll. Tana
M KiA'. Ark
W K Ha-ri.Dii, Ky
A J Simp) ia, Atk
B K vMfelre.eltr
K M (loo.li an, Ark
W A Motrin, Tenn
Wia Ptillanl. Ark
Hid Inrner, III
hue Niolml , M m
1 i Ohria tan. Ky
b I) bilw.'r f- bid
II V llly.ia. Ark
Philili itn l'ii, Art
11 II Kin ell, Mine
A J J nn iioii , Tenn
1 U Murray, Mln
U K Weiid.-on. Tena
J N Mo.re, Tenu
K Huwen, Niiae
I Prriir, Tenn
T. T Ktaerion, Tcta
F J Moora, Ala
K Huim nil, Tenn
J I, Midline. Ark
0 Yer. r, leua
t O U Hhaiu'.Oa
P II Htroup, Ky
J II While, Ark
I) S Dyiihrr, ' ena
0 L Puwere, Tenn
1 I A A .1.
. , i nuun, n I K
Jno Waiimok, Ark
urenn aw, Mo
J tvllimiu'nn, Mill
I fh liLl ui. K
OTIt.., irk
It l' Nedry 4.0bl0
J i' lluil.on, Ark
I) Tl l(4iriunn, Tonn
I M ore. Aril
W 11 Muoreuead, Mo
Daily's I nropiHu llnlol.
0"rner of A it Am I and Main itreeti. Roomi,
Kin, Tieand II per day) Amerloan Plan.
14 per day. Fir-e elaan Keat lurmit in the
ilotol I. M. PUKKV (10 yean with Poa-
liodv Hntoll, Proprii'tnr.
CF WrUht, lean 11 8 Pratt, N Y
ft N Patten, DO OJ V Wh ,rt, n, Teaa
W II i nrhran Aw, rVK M Kolierta, Jlin
J P Klll' t , I u.l J Mrllie, Ua
WDWeatk rlerd.TennS K ut mid, Tenn
J L Pr em, IVnn VI II Iteit y Ut, Tenn
C M A. tiler, Tena 1, P Kainwatef.Mui
W P Mill, r, M aa W II K Uer, Ark
J J Mud. nnell, Mill T llinler. l a
(I 0 Want f, Tel J It laylnr, Tena
Mim Miditlet'in, Tex KW llarh.n, tena
0 M IU itk. I'ena W II i'.in.bell, 111
FDUilla lnrj H 0 K in . la. l ean
J'l Biaaiiin. Venn L lluri.iy, I 0
nlm .-tintnnnt.MI-l Hll p, tay, Tex
F P Ciyee, lei JW hldrid.s, leas
Qasloa'a Hotel.
W. n. BINQll AM Mistoia.
Knroiiean plan. Knlarsed and rrlarnlabid.
i'riaef aoeordini to alia and loca
tion of rooina.
JAB'Hart. Pa ItJnxi l,k
J 0 Willi .mion. Ark It II Untlikert, 111
a uu arr, .ma
Mim Jonaniin, Ark
M bohr ie.il, MIm
RO Mlllw, Tenn
W I, Onham.T aa
J Carter, ietta
P Oornelii I, Iran
0 II Hr en, Tena
II Me vrdla. N V
H VI Hniith, lenn
W II re a.m. MiM
R F II. tli., Tonn
VT r. ,-a..'li, Tenn
W V Cialiand, Kr
ClilT.tr i l aae, ienn
R lla I, Ml
J w .1 1' n-on, Vlsi
It N Urfti. lean
N Meriwether. Teau
W II Ki,, Tenn
T B ifaeaipi a, N 0
I, V --ti ,l, K
V W Lrr.oh. Taun
0 l.o ton, Mlia
U U Kin,, Mui
II I'ratt. Ark
Mre Merr tt, lean
F Korrlty, Tenn
W II Kl,-d, lenn
II l(h dea Aw, Tean
J W MeUr , Tenn
A Kerr, Tet.n
David Forr. It
M II Price. Ark
VV A ll-ewo-. Ark
Jiii V Leonard. Ark
Mii DarlinitiiD, Tenn
Ku.e e Ilr oka. Tann
N HJonn, Tann
M all nk 'Oihip.MlM
Pen II II, M an
H l llig.lnn. Ky
J llr.ivn, T.nn
M Meriwether Mi)
J 0 W,,,on, Ml-a
R W Ilu i. ui. Mitt
D ,M bale, ky
M It Ui-ry, Ml 'l
Pa. Jmi Inii Aa, Ky
II Purker, Miei
Tke New Ujyoi.
FAKKIKUTON, 8TKWAKT A WUITB.
PenraiTiafi.
Css. 0. Rots Manner.
Katei CI ku toll per . ay, aeoordius to ICI
tl. n of r . oma
T H ' aand-re. Vti K T White. Vl
fOPIinrnny.Ky OH I o.i,,.klni. Tenn
Il 1 iiwiht, kl
ana T F f.ihin. r.m
W - Maran, MUl K R ll.rrli.ton. Ill
a F Vance. Tena TKV
D8hrld-. Mine JK M
K Pri ii rth.Tena
arena. I. Miaa
jj. nira. ne toot
1 I) hrwin.T.nn I'nm
1 W Merl l. tJiaw.Mej W P
Slibhlnn. Kr
nitiiuander. Tena '
Pnwe l,NI
R N Hindi. N I to Brown
I. N X
tj J Can n. Ill JMAve v. M
0 J ni hop, Ala K N Kendall, Ala
ll8(X.e. Ala B K liuraut. Ky
a it lUnilmner, HI (18 Uerdner, Mill
' L Rukoi, Mia
uBuwm, miw N it 1 Biiptn, Ark
a n y wen, nra J j yi
wen, Ara
avlur. Tean
urdei.k. Ark
U l a
nrrl liaiaee (ia
LB II. .we,. Tena
C II Fonte, lud
T II Murrav. -hta
M R Kindt i.Ohte
B K 'ilHrne e. Ala
C T Hiirl .u, win
n A rrl , ienn
FO Rebkm-, Ky
w Ut e-hmi, Ind
PThmnnven, Oolo
D W Kllie. Kr
B R K eter. Ala
i. r ,Di, o. v i i,ur,,n, ..ai
W UWilllaaima.VlwH M Price. Tenn
4 F I'eburt. T-nn
h i- Hoher a, leak
i M flurona. Teaa
K II l ewl., Ohio
K Oili.tu, lie
H M b y, Ma
.1 I, It' - I - . A -.
U Mirsie, Ohio
I 11 Kl in. Uiil i
B II f dlnsUn. Me
).e t Koapir, Mo
J -I lUIUy. -rk
II i) Pratt, Ark
F H ri.ht. Ua
T B I in an. Ark
R L kina, Ark
J Ha ab.i i, NY
J u "..'nn. file
fhea Ma wh.il. Ark
lle'M
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TV iitiinr. u
6 J I'-T.d'on, Ark
o II llelauev. Ala
H I. llnuilO:, Aw. Il 1 L SJnnaa. llul
0 I layiur Vd It 11 Knowlea, M,
U Ilo klna, Ky JjM.ri n.N V
Qntaik, til K Aoir, Ma
I'jiK '! (ieiiiitnx.
LHtllen and gentn' c'othee c'eined
or dyed in any wor, nlno kid glove,
ostrieb f-kthera end l:e curtains by
Lnn's KiiiKel.M Ji tlerf. n street, Mem
phis, Ienn. UikhL received by expreaa.
the mim mm.
KE8ULT OP E5HIXKEB DCBTEl'S
!STE!iriGATI05S. .
8atlraclory bsracter of tbe Arkaav
las Soil Hoi log I he Bed of
the Mleslgilpol.
The paesegs of tbe Memnbia B idff
bill by the Hena'e if the United H'a'es,
bai revived interest in tbe enbject,
and in ord-r to inform tbe reader j of
tho Arrx&L fully as to what baa thus
ar Keen aone, a roporter yetiterday
hnoti-d np Mr. Elw n Dor yea, en
gineer in inatgei ol tbe preliminary
eu-vey, and plied him with questions
aa i ii ows:
"When did yr,n arrive herj?"
"On tbe 23.1 of November, arid be
gan to tike bearinus on the 29-h."
"How mai.y man are engaged in the
wo n nteni-w yo iraellT
"About fight."
"Where did yon begin operation" ?"
"On the Arkansas shore, abont 10 0
feet above the West Memphis furry
i.,t;,. t
a. .i"a.
"How long were you at work there?"
"Ui.ttl December 10. h two days
s-."
"vV htttcu voa DndT"
"We hored a little over 15C feet be
neath the eariace, and found a stratim
clay snlU'jit ntfy dnep to inhuro a solid
foundation for ti e I rl !s? We are
ag'iealily ilisppoin ed with thecliar-
act-r ol tRe s !', as wo expect to bo
confronted wit i g'e ,tor difflcu tiie
than those tha' rtally exi t. Our
operaii .n". thus far, bave been purely
tenta'ive.
"Have voti male any bo laz on
this eiile?"
"None. We ere now tne-irod in
hoiing in tbe cent r of t'te river, on a
line with the Fort Pickering poist
where the Hays is Mod np. We began
hoiing there yneterdey morning and
have receded a point twenty feet be
low the bed of the river."
"H ive .on gone fnr enough to ex-
prees an oiiiaion an to the prosoectD of
finding fivoraVe Biil t' ere? '
"No, we can t tell aiyttiing about
it. We may srrik4 g oil soil tomorrow
or next day, it in hi rd to tell."
"from the character of the eoi! on
the ArktmHHS shoro, do yon feel war
ranted in asMiming that ynu will at
ao early day ntHki a fctratum of clay
in the river bed?''
'I am not prepared to give an
opinion on that point. I prefer going
deeper before making any statements
on that brad."
"How many feet can ynn bore
thr-ugh a .lay in the river bed ?"
"About ttn or twelve feel; some
times more."
"After vou have flnishi d borins in
the river bed what will bs your next
step?
"We will then take borings on both
chorea. It will depend largely on
what we find 1 1 the middle of the
river."
"Are von at liberty to state what
kind of brldg-e is contemplated?"
"It ia not yet decided. That will
depend In a measure upon the result
of onr boring and the requirements'
of tha United States Government."
"Can you state positively whether
or not it will be a suspension
bridge?"
"Ye. I regard a suspension b.-idue
as out ol the qu-etion; if a long span
bridge shonld be built it will be a
can ilever "
' Have ynu measured the distance
from point to point on the opposite
Shore?"
"Tee. From blnfl to bluff it is abont
2200 feet. From 8'iore t i bore in the
present low Htaveof wt'r thedistanca
9 only ahout 201HI (,iet."
"How long will it bi before your
boring operit'ions a e conoludiid?"
"It nny be a moi th or two months.
that wilt also d 'pend up in what we
tinr)."-
"Under who-o instructions are von
opma'injt?"
"He Tg' n. Moriaon, em engineer of
New Y ut Uity."
"tl s lie ever built a bridue be-
foe?"
"Yes. sir. lie line, built bridge at
rittman, Bi-ui-rck and B'air ou tho
Mis-onrl rivi r, and Ins two mo e in
P'ncesi of ronstruiilinn, one at O.ne'm.
N. h., and one i t Kulo, in that Hiata."
"How many men will the construe
t'on el a b idge ecroee tbe Ml eissippi
pmiigtiiy giyn i mpioynient tor
"HetWfen nun ana
"How lot g will it p.-obtbly take to
complete It?"
"About two or three years."
Mortuary Keport.
Mortality report for the week end
ing Saturday, D ceniber 18, 1880, at 6
o clock p.m.:
Maine.
Ate
Hex.
Came Death.
White.
Lennra Kaian
2 mo
female a.anma.
leiuale old ate.
male eoniiuinptlon.
female reiiininjitioa.
male ne,hruii.
feuiale ounf . Iu aa.
teniala eo "auiupllou.
leuitlt old age.
male icoiua
male dyienre'y.
male ' pi h ie.e
ln a ilyane ilvrv.
ma e linfiit. d aea'e
male pneuin iila
lunle mal. lever,
tetnule nneumonia
leaiale 1 term nerve,
miile inieuinonia.
male cionaumption.
ina a pneuuionla.
mala lual. lever.
uia e Iy. m il. fever
famalr , li. n'erino Ui
male inanition.
male fiami.
1.0 Poat il...
JFux.
67
Id
ftl
ti6
'"fi"
45
tfl
v:t
.17
6,1
1 mo
1.
A Wondered
u Rlil i r
L, K 1 burin n
M KM bar...
Har ih It ihert
Q Uooili,ee.,..
(ADloreU.
Oen Jell
(linen
J Muilh
K U rbea..
Ini.K ll nitli
Martin
h Coat. ev. .
( h J K I arr...
5 time
Wiley AHen.,
40
4(1
Moeii
A (.oh a. in ..
IS
Chaa Kloo
4
an
A Jone
A Ktederwln...
A rettit
7 nnya
Ch.M Baton..
I luo
Distribution bv "Wards First. 5:
Rflcond, 1; Third, 1; Fourth, 0;
Fifth, 1 : Bixth. 1 : Heventh. 1 : Eiirhth.
2; Ninth, 3; Tenth, 4. City Hospital,
6. fitilllwn.O. White. 0. Colored.
16 Total, 25.
F. A. WILLIAMSON.
B fret ii r Hnee.i ol Health.
iVpftarfxl with etrtM twarrl to PnrltT. trtmrth ami
ttail hnilneaa. lr. I'll ItHBinir fowdur rtMlwiat
fin Aiiimoitta.lJm,Ahtin or t h jtihat. r. trt.-l
Wakrauta, auiita, LmuiioO. whi, navur OellcitMMl
fWC BAKING PCWOCX CO. CtVW oW St LmM
T I il EPEClAt
MST PERFECT MADE
HOIilBA Y
RATTAN ROCKERS,
Antique Oak Leather Reskirt,
VIENNA ROCKERS,
UPHOLSTERED ROCKERS,
MAHOGANY TABLES,
Antique Oak Tables,
CABINETS,
Etc., Etc.
To the VICTOR the LAUREL."
Pra-emieant In e7 higher quality, lha
rIANAN SHOE haa becon a the iecoKn.ird fandard
for fine wear among diici.minating gun'Jumun.
A Man with Brain a nil Conaelenro
will drop tx-tty predjinii.M rarclenvly pit licit tip
when trotli kiMitkaat tbr diior. Such eir invited
otryonrnir of " llni. in s " ahiH-s. We know
the rt'anlt : every man ivlm wontK the ber.1 and
finest nrtirlr in the nmri' l will kccou.e a perict
BhI " lianan " man.
A IIIN I II ami Hnard tor live
ai vueaaa vil "i a emu iuo iu Oie-V 11 UVUU
P W. niKai.FH ' ll.. Ihll,ielr.hl.
AND TRUST
HAPOLBON HILL,
JOUIH HANAHKK,
CAZAKU8 LBVY.
A K'llUU U D W 1 DOH
1. i' i a. tv di i rv n 1
I AH KB B. ROBINUUN,
mm rsis
aarDepnilU reoeived ia lumi oi lnd npward, aal Intereat allowed ea lame Beiul-
annually.
v We bo? and tell looal Inveitment Bondi and Seourlttei tinerally, pay taiei, ut a
trnateei, and, la laneral, eieoate any inanolal boiineii reqairing a iale and reipanilbia
aaent.
Bar- we inoe drafti, In mat to loit imrohaieri, oa all parti of Knrope.
Bar WehaTeaoomuiorlioai Vault for the depoilt ol valaablM.whlob.il at tha aerrioe
oar oaitomeri, Frun of Charge, jjjg
D. P. Ui.UDEN, PreuMeut. EWI). HOLDMHITH, v Ice-FrealdeBt
J A HI FN lATH4rV. Tanlilr.
LIVERMORE hUUNDRY AND MACHINE COttPAnY.
FOUNDIIY & itlCHINE DKP'T, KJOto 171 Adams St, MempET?
Naw-Mllle. je":' & , jKi-Yito? naMaia5..iW;,i-- ..:. Ca ftnia.
flrlaf-1
. f . -.l-JV" -T - ,l i "dj -.., .,(..( -TflaMiBBJIIBBBL ; fXt .
IKON & BAlliWAY SUrPLY DKP'T, 8.6 and 228 Second St.
(Hoooeaanri In thii icpartruent to JOHN MANOOflK.)
eer-Wrlte ni Inr Infnrtnatinn nn AJV MIIVU either line
Boots and S
S36X MAEV ST.
OUR BTOCK OF UO0T8 AND 8H0K3 KOK. PLL AND WINTER WEAR IS MORI
eouiple e than aver. ootni;rtln not only the beat and Bueit bat alio tall llnei of me
dlom . durable ao'i eta lien anoda, whioh we oner at low fluurea
Til Till; IK lit. we otter lueoial indacenienta. Carryini moat of oar toodi It
SOLID SI'.K.S. we are prepared to til orden Inr loerial .Ilea it NO EXTRA COilT, thn
enabllnt Merehanta to All In without beini oompelled loboy aoodi not needed.
jIDJL-EOL 3SJEtO. dks GO.
Acuta for llie lebr(l W. L. llonalH. Nea'i Calf ftbona and $9;
Moyia MhiM Iu all aiylva.
iw-II,r,T'T'r TRn OAT.M,nr"K ANT Huron I.I1T MI TI.H'Tt yBVW'-aaw
T. H. NinN, rrea'i.UEU. AK.MOI.lt, V. Prva't, W. 1C. KtNda'Utr, Mee,r
citizens Insurance co.
DOES A GENERAL FIRE & MARINE BUSINESS.
nVConiiirjr More, Dwelling aud G hi bonnes a Special t.
Iy I.oewen. AdiiHled ProuipUj', and Paid at Meuiphln,
riHMOTcm8.
W. . WILKKRSON, OKo. ARKOLD, J. W. RICHARDSON. T. J. DUFFIN
W. P M'NAVaV1 y r pry. .lull ARMI1THA Ii.
Mm
1
a X -"V
OA"
mm
lySSSP
il Cffl I H 11 .
MANUFACTURBRSIOFZFIRST-CLASa
Stoam Encinen, IUiltr8 and Tank Work, Cotton (linn, Cottu
PreaiVK, Tioiirl PuileyH, Miuftitiij, Agtirultural
and riantnUoii Work,
AND;DltALERSHN
Oom ctxxci Sct-wSlMCillsi.
. ..39I
ar .We hare the L VtilKsr WORKS ol the kind to the t'nlted Statei, and will Bieei
pilnee lor aaiaa aalitr ol work, fiend lor Catalogue, Pnoe LUtl.
and Tenitnoniali.-wa
HTennhl. T niie4ct
tonght
a view to
and Present
and kept free
delivered DECEMBER 23d and 34th.
We realfie the foet (hat we
that la order te sell good we most make ladncementa la prices.
272 SECOND ST., OPP. COURT SQUARE,
A BOX of KO-KO TUIaU
m
E
i
--V'-''Vf AF-:i.. veir9 r-.-mmr. r t f 3 1 1 -B.' J r linin g ac-i-i' t
.- t. -- ;'l7i : - ': ' 3. - - ---
For Sale Fvcrynhro In Hip
I
COMPANY.
HD OS ra.TJISarXiI39.
MIOBAIL GAVIN, i. . flANPWERKIB
THOMAS BOYLK IDAVID V. UADUKN,
JOHN W. COCHRAN, JAMES A. OMBERU,
bOli COLEMAN, KWD, OOLDSMITU,
HARDWIO PKRKU.
Bar Iron
Bolter Ira
Hooi, ReiiM
aa
Nht-dt lroa
Hallway
Ma)plta
hoes
i.l., m i .tUiuX I .tal i.m.jLjaaa-rw1r Ka .Kim.
Chickasaw Ironwork;
JOHN K. BADLE & rO.,PKOPK
98 Seoond St Memphis, Ten -?
VFOUNIrERS & MACULV18T8,
M ANUf ACTU HKHB AND DSALKRS IN
,iiKiiiiMs Ilolleru, Nawmlllis
Ilradford orn and Whoat IflU
Ootiou PreMa, Cotlon Ulnrs
Hhalllux, I'lillojss 1- ic.
rM UL NOTirx-Wa are prepared to 111 order
on nor aotioa, fer the eele. raud Mexteirl
Wranilu Psllay. We oarry la Itook ovai
Two Hundred Aiaorted Mere.
er Send for Caraloan. and Prtoe-llil.
JS. CT LIN DEB COOK - CASES
G00E3 NWjV
tow with XAX
Hoi daw Oifta
atlona tooliai
of Charge, to be
are oil ef Wain Street, and
CIIEWINa GUM is an
6s
FiiHimI SOIh lt Niiri
J. T. LiPRADB,
Late J. X. LaCraile i Co.
COTTON
W.iiVi- 4Bl :
LaPRADEJJcG
AND COMMISSION JfllSltClIANTS,
No. 301 Front street, : Memphis, Tenn.
BV-Havlnz rettrad from the Saddlery and Haraeai bnaineai and oponed an oSee u abova,
we are plaaae,! to announce to onr lrien.li and the pohlio renerallr thai, we are aow preparea
to aerve then in our now oapaeity. tta'arninc thank (or the very liberal outran age ex
tended ui in the old line, we trout to merit and reoelve a lhare of yoor tatrori in the new-
l.PH !! . MnUH.TH ft 00.
avw 4m m puankiiu. nvt-tan
rs, Sash, Blinds, loldiag, Lma&a
Latit and Shinirlwi, Fluorine. Ceaiac mui VjUxt (Ws,
ti?X Kf.ttZ 1 Bl I at
r, -
E, Kl. APPERSON & GO.
h ifesale Grocers & CoHok Factors,
364 FRQiryT STRKKT. MFMPHTR. TFTK:
(MlCt ENSORS TO H. t,. I.KK), JOHRFKS or
Cigars and Tobacco
a?.t Wwiw rel. 0n. Tonrl Mrinay. Hfemrir..Teiin.
Agenta.id Commission Wet chant and Wi.olssale Dealer.
aT tlavinf rure'jea-d the entire itook of Henry Peru, M Beale itree at a lw I rare, con
lielini of .'it.ivre, Purnilu e, Q ieemware. Tinware and lloueetiold rurulnk ng Uoodl, we
will tell cheaper lhao any otber b me in the nity. tiive ua a o il.
P.8. All kinda ot New and seomil-hand 8tovel and Maehiner J for "ale nhep.
We boy all kind of Rut' n.t al iradei of .Jot tm, Iron, B men, II d .a, Fori, Metali and
Feathe -. Hinh. at ( aah Pr'nei Paid and Prompt Keiurna Made on -I KOoata cemlgnedi a
me. KlOO Ol.l lroa . Watatetl.. lOorreipondeuoe lolioited, ead frioe Lift
lent nn application.
400.411 and iVl fctielhy ,and Rt Ilele VI.. Hoirnlil,Tenn.
J,t.VAMAMa. . . 11DI. ft. A. FAXLIA. a. k tWSSB-
J, T. FARGASON 4 CO.
Ubolosale Grocers & Cotton Factors
tSt From. Straat, IXemphla, Te a.
OaaAea eaiuraeA to ai will kare ear earefal
eeleeted
Stait & Ftncy Grsesrlet, Winss, Llquort,T9ii & Cl
m will aa lew aa !.
Young & Brother
Booksellers and Stationers,
a IS Mmtu St., MeinphiM, Teun
A NRW M Pl'l-T OF
SCHOOL NOOKS
JVtiT Ri:tXlVEI.
DKP BOOK -CASES,
xi&ft tiuunaiisti.
CHIFFONIERS,
MAKTZIa
CABINEia
Etc., Eta.
Elegant HOLIDAY GIFTS
awl Ituy le JiinUie Arflole.
JOBS MflilRATO,
Late with J. I'. LaPrade k 0
RATH&Co
FACT
nnwai-w arsawaiwwi
- -X.. .rvv t! Jw JfTivWitta, Jr?a
atteitlea.
taeek el
We eaurr eAaU Maaeaat
you w tii:.
WE OFFER FOR HALB en frbU
terma a 1 rae plntituion in Bolivar
eounty. , ial .re et My innroyed with new
l.oi,t, idank and ire lenoea. Twenty-BvB
ne houea, eo ton in. eawtnill end near
l.O.tXIO teet of iuin.ier in taeki, 60 000 new
pypro-a boerda all redr natrnct mora
building!. A a-norl at rnkou and exnellent
Itand lor a mercantile hii ineaa. Tbie plan
tallon il improved with a view to lubdivil
lon. I will aH all or e part, eeoordina to
wanli ol pu ebeiere. Ploniy el labor. Ne
arot.oanu b y. -iip'ied nd are daily ap
plyinf to ratU t '6. For tullpartienlaia
ORS
apply to
TUOS. U. AXL&M A CO.

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