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fkttutklu4 Okie Santa Trmlni
Wore aa tollewst Tut tin leavee- at liS)
a.m.i ft. LoaU ful line leave at SiSO
p.m. rut Iim irrlnt at liSO p.ra.l VU
Loul faat Hi arrive at 1 :40 a. a.
taaiaelppl a Timmn.-Trmlni
fcoveea follower tiewOrleani nail arrive
dally at :et)e.m.t leave daily a IftiOO b.b.
ewdii aeeommoditloa arrives daily at :50
a m. 1 learM Uily at t:ih p m. Local
freight airires daily (except Sunday et:30
a.m. 1 leave daily (eioept Sunday at :15
a.m. Hall traioi do aot stop at 8aj sta
lions, aor Waitehevea, Hora Lake hasfcit
HlMtmlpp Taller Boater (L V. .
mm T, Ky.) Train ob thia roa fol
low! liew Orleans fat mail, dally, leavat
at 4:80 B.a.l Vieksberg eipres, dally,
leave at 9:16 a.m. Now Orlean fast mail,
daily, arrive t tilO a.m. Vioksburg
pros, daily, arrive a t:46.m.
I.oatrllle mm Baehr Hie Trains
rove a follow! t rant mail arrive daily at
:16 a.m. t leave at 10:10 p.m. 1 mall leave
daily at 10:10 a.m.i arrive at 4:00 p.m.
Brownsville aoMumodatloa Imtm daily,
eio.pt Sunday, at 5:00 p.m. t arriTM daily,
eieeptSundav, at 1:60 e.an. (standard ti ma).
ttnif aooHMHaama Uly,Mprla
Bfidaad Mvmpulii)-Train laar M. and
T. depot a follow! : No. 4, Kansas City i-
Broil, leave at 10:45 a.m. I No. 8, Kansaj
ity eipress, arriTM at 8:80 p.m. No. 8,
Sans City mail, leave at 8:00 p.m. I No. 1,
ansa City mail, arriTM at 8:4& a.m. No.
t, St. Louis and Chioaao express, leave at
CtOO p.m. 1 Na. l.Bt, LoaU and Cblnaaoax
pnu, arriTM at 1 :46 a.m. la effect bandar,
Alrll 1. 1KH.
ateaaphio audi Cbarleatoa Train!
Jiove a follow! t Through oiproil laarai
ally at 10:O) a.m, Mail and express laarai
d illy at R :90 a m. BomerTillo aooommoda
tion leave daily, eioept Sunday, at tt40
p.m. Through eipres arrives daily at 6:10
a.m. Mail and express arriTai dally at 1C :H
5 .on, ttotaervill aoeommodatioa arrirtl
ally, eioept Ban day. at :30 a.m.
Memphis), Hlrn1akira mm Atlaai.
le Holly Spring Route Train mora ai
fallow! 1 No. 1 leave Mamphii dally at 8:45
&.m.i arriTM at Holly Springs at t:M p.m. 1
0. 8 laaTM Holly Borings daily at 8:10
a.m, 1 arriTM at Mampbli at 10:10 a.m. 1 No.
b laaTM Maupbii daily at 7:15 p.m., arriTM
at Holly Sprint! at 11:46 P.m. t No. 6 Imtm
Molly "prinrs daily at 8:11 a.m., arrlrM at
M'Tinblf at 8:46a.m.
esnphla mm Little Rook. -Train
Sort a tollowi (oantral itandird tlmelr
o. 1 laaTM dally at 4:15 p.m, arriTM at
:!5p.m. No. 8 laarai at 5:65 a.m. 1 arrives
St:45 a.m. No. 5 (freight) laar.i Dopeneld
ally (axoapt Banday) at ti'M) a.m.i arrive
at 8:80 p.m.
lor Alabama: Fair weather; colder;
For Mittiuijipi and I ouieiani : Fair
weather; northerly windt, becoming tart
able; tlightly colder.
For Tennatet: Fair weather; tori
abU windt, tlightly colder.
For lexat : Fair weather in the toulh
trn portion; rain in tlie not them portion;
tariable wind, becoming tautherly;
For Arkintat: Rain or mow; touth
erly windt, becoming variable.
The J!ei, Arkan$at, Tennettet and
Cumberland rt'tyri will rite tlowly; tie
Miltiiiippiwill lite tlightly from St. Imit
to New Orlewit; the Ohio will rite from
Piltiburef to Cairo.
lime. Jiar. 'flier. Wind. We'tta.
7:M i.m. 20.8071. 43.0 N W. L'."Jn
8: K) p.m. :H).1C4 4i 0 N.W. Ulear,
10:00 p.m. M) 181 85.0 N.E. Clear.
M:. . ' ... -
t.. uiu wuiigj oirUl Q Uli
Mlnlranm temperature, 35,
(hone, 11 a.m.. 0.
The ilempkit JitpuUican It boom
Inn Jndne T. J, Latkxrn for United
The poet office will be oloecd at 10
m.m. today, ctiriere making but one
delivery end oolleotioa.
King Davie haa aned in the aatne
conit (or divorce from Jane Davit, al
-Nellie Gilltttt haa aned in the Clr-
" "mrt (or divorce (rota Anthony
II Bheiiff Cannon wee presented
With a beHOllful silver wator service
by the attache ol hla office yeeterday.
The aale of eeata (or the Bijou
Opera Company enRngeraent next
week will opn tbia morning at Mul
foid'e. The Chickasaw Oiub will keep open
bonne today from 10 to 12 a.m., and
Christina will be, celeb ated with ap
At 2 o'clock this morning a die
broke out at Foibsr'a.barher Biiop on
Main between Adams and JtUarmn
streets. DAmage abont 100.
Ladips who are in'na to recalve
on New Yeai'a D.tv will confer a favor
on the Ai-piti by tending na notice
of the wet with the nainea of the la
' No freiirht busiuesa will be trans
acted at the Miraisiippi and Tennessee
depot today, except handling ol per
ishable goods. Trains will arrive and
depart as usual, on time.
EoseOochlan aa "Pauline," in the
La ly of Lyont at the Theater matinee
this afternoon, and ea 'Teg Welling
ton" in Ifatk) and facet tonight,
Which will close tbe engagement.
Remember the open meeting of
rioneer Aanembiy, Knignte ot i,auor,
f iremen's nan, next ounday evening.
Mrs. Lide Moriwether and other good
apeak ere will be there. All invited.
The strike of the brakemen on
the Louisville and Nashville rai road
has affected business at this end of the
line to the extent that no freight can
be received for the present for points
A man named Charles Leber fell
out of the first story window of Lie
deiman's boaidirg bouse, at Nos. 13
and 16 Washington etret, at 2:0
o'clock this morning. Ilia injurlea
are severe, but not fatal.
George Dopree, a farmer who
Uvea near Arlinoton, waa robbed on
the publio highway yesterday after-
noon, aocut two runes out on xne
Withe bottom road, by a white man
assisted by a colored confederate. The
tnieves got I.JW in money.
Henry Tiereon, colored, who is
wanted at tjlark'dale, Alias., lor lar
ceny, was arrested this morning on a
warrant aworn out b store Justice
Barry by J. K. Blake, of Clarksdale.
lie wae sent to jail to await toe arrival
of the Marshal ol Uiarasaaie.
D. A. Ilickev. a farmer from Area.
dla. Fannin conniT.Tex.,wiui knocked
down and robbed last night on Front
etreet. Two white men attacked bim
ia front of a boarding house and took
from his pnreon a silver watch, a gold
ring and about 7 60 in cash.
Tomorrow evening at Firemen's
Hall Pioneer Assembly, Knights of
Labor, will hold an open meeting. A
good time and a large crowd will no
doubt be t ad. Tbe working girls are
especially invited. Mrs. Lide Merl
wither and others will addiesa them.
Tboma II. Bennett of Cincinnati,
a yr.ung nan in the employment ol
Miller ,t Co., azvnta of the Ht. Lon a
Glebe Iron Kir-fini Company, while
eng'KP'l in n-p,dring a raof et the cor
ner of Var.ce and Awry etrecti, yes
tcrJay, lost I, is Im'aucs a-d foil to the
ground, a di-ta ;ce of sixty feet. Dcuth
lamed instantly. Deceased leave a
wife and two children at CincinnatL
0 The following named partite re
ceived marriage licensee yesterday:
Base Morris to Mary Maban, colored $
Robert M, Rolfe to Mias Mattia Kerr,
white; C.M. Tcwler to Mias Katie
Peterson, white; . W. Hatch, jr, to
Miss Ua tle D.ls'op, eo'ored; Jo Doris
t Mra. Mary Williams, colored ; Thos.
Monday to Mr. Yancy Johnson, ci'
ored; Monroe Miller to Mias Hallie
Shaw, dolored: Frances Branch to
Mias Bedie Acklin, colored.
Rate Brown, a distinguished mem
ber of the chain gang, waa releared
Thursday that he m ght be taken to
Helena, Ark , to answer the charge of
larceny. He was turned over to a
citlssn of Helena who engaed to take
him down, and to whom Chief Davis
leaned a p of bandeau's to aecare'
the prisoner. Tha two left in tbe af
ternoon on the Jamea Lee. It has
since oeen learned tbat Brown made
bis escspe on tha way.
Mr. Michael Magsvney was ad
jiiged by the Criminal 'gCourt yee
terday not gnilty of bstruming
Brown avenue. Judge DuBis
held that the defendant had
never dedicaed that part of
tbe road which paseet through bis
propnty as a public highway, and
that ia tbe aHeence of each dedication
the nsn of it fir thirty yeara as a high
way did not divest the owner of his
The general enteiWnment of tbe
Tennessee Clnb la fixed for next
Wedoeeday evening, tbe 29th Inst,
and the floor committee will include
J. P. Walker, chairman ; T. J. Hunt,
James B. Jones, Jamea H. Bees, M. A.
Cochran, J, II. Mclteynolda and
ThOmai II, Jackfon. The rerention
committee ia composed of W. D.
Bethell, chairman ) B. B. Rnowden, W.
D. Beard, B J, Morgan, Holmes On m
mint, J. W. Olapp, jr., and James Phe
lan. The Franciscan Fathers have taken
tbe very beet meins of impreta ng
on tbe minds of children the beauti
ful and interesting history of the birth
of our Lord and the circumstances
connected therewith, and parents
abouid not fail to have their children
visit the brantifai crib at St. Mary's
Church, to reap the benefit ot the In
struction. The obi Idren of St. Mary 'a
Reboot wilt have their special devo
tion in honor of the infancy of Jet us
on New Year'a Day and on the 6:h of
of January, 1807.
Let right about 7 oVock a cat
ting affray occurred on Boale, near
Hernando, atreet, in which Louis V.
Htadelman, a peddler of flab, received
a wound in the neck from a knife in
the hands of a man named Daniel L.
Manly, who is 40 years of age and a
painter by trade. He was arrested by
Olllcer Ohsstalne and lodged in the
bUt'on House. The Injured man also
cilled at the latter place and wait d
for more than an hour for a pbysiiiin.
None were at hand, however, and he
! ft for Lis home in Fort Pickerlncr
The blood flowed nrofuiely from tlie
wound, but the indications were tbat
it waa not of a ajrious nature.
Atan early hour last night Ofllosr
rB,na auempitia to arreji a negro on
Poplar, m" Fourth etreet, lor fast
and reck'es, flying. The nsgrj
Jumped oil hla mil&t "t cottoa float,
and attacked the oflkei1. II? loacU a 1
lunge at the oflluer with a large sfcdd
packet knife, the blade of which
out a fiash in hla forehead
and extended down to near the mouth,
cutting the right eyelid and almost
entering tbe ball of tha eye. After
the cutting tbe negi-o ran and Farrla
fired two ahots at bim. which Li led to
take effect. Bsing blinded by the
blood which i)wed from hla
wound, .the cflliM itirted . for
the! Station House, leaving the ne
gro a team In charge of a young
man named Flsilda. Karris had hardly
reached the Station Honre when the
negro returned, and leveling a pistol
at Fields otdned bim to leave, which
ne did. TU6 at go urove wu ana
ha) not been eeen since.
Tnt Gavcao Uotei 0 lu 1st mas dinner
will be something extraordinary In the
gaatronomio ait To thcas who wiah
to enjoy something extra we would
eay go b etwoen 1 and 4 o'clock and
Attention ia called to the card ei
tiio TennerBii Brewing Company.
They are now manufacturing fcr the
hrlulays a very aaporior new brand ot
brer. It is an enterprising company,
deserving the pi tronnte of all who ap
preciate good tieor, brewed in Mein
phis. This promises to be the merriest
Christmas we have had for yeara.
Every bndv appears to be in the beat of
spirits. Our batikors, merchant
bookkeepers and clerks will entoy
thsir Christmas dinners and the tine
36o cigars ot I. Bune'son & Co., who
always keep the fiaeet of everything
Thb following named ladles will
rrcoive at the reeidence of W. 8.
li ne', 07 Monroe street, January 1,
1887, from 7 p.m. nntll 11 p.m.;
Meedames W. 8. Bruce, Joseph Brace,
sr, K. J. Llneday, J N. Oliver, W. H.
Heward, Frayser Hoist, It. E. Morris,
James F.tuerv. F. T. Anderson. Fred
Orglll, jr., Julius Chris 1, 0 ifford
itmce, U. la. ltyrj, KoDert u. Mo-
W. E Bahnis, civil engineer on the
St. L iuls, Arkansas and Texas road,
is at home with bis"puents for the
holidays. He has been on tbe Cotton
Belt extension in Texas for more than
a year. Mr. Barnes finds that his
plan tor protecting oar river front,
which was published aome years back
in the Memphia papers, and favorably
commented upon by numerous Journ
als, haa been in part adopted.
Evkbybody ie preparing for tbe
grand annual ball ot tbe German Mu
tual Benevolent Society, to he given at
Cochran Hall tonight (Our intaiee), De
cember .!th. A special feature ot tbe
occasion will be a Christmas tree ot
tremendous aisi and laden with the
sweeUst and meet beautilul things.
The Gorman Benevolent Houietv haa
been ia existence fcr about thirty yean
and haa in tbat time certainly accom
plished much aood. TheUiirlatmaa
ball should draw a large crowd. That
every visitor will bave a nice time the
Society is ready to guarantee. Tickets
ol admission are to lie bad at II eacb
The following gentlemen constitute
the Committee of Arrangements:
Adolph Fechner, Jo. F.ngel, Geo.
Neb mitt, Dave Holtxer and Loais G.
E. E. Hamilton and wife to John 8,
Pnllivan, lot on Hernando road, 48x
237 feet, one quartsr mile south of
Memphis. uoniiieration, iJO'Kl.
in the Greatest Variety.
J. J. Miles's Drugstore,
No. 209 Main street.
Ilnntl.am box.a of I'lua Candlca
ror ClirlNluna prcaaala mi Vprctit's.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEALSATURDAY.
ON 'CHANGE, , ;
Bstisbo eatimatee oa the cotton
crop make the crop 6,300,000 bales.
It ia claimed that there are 16,000,
000 In gold afloat for the United
Ma mob cam cloths are quoted quiet
with fair inquiry. Yarns dull and un
changed. Bbb4dtdfps and provisions in the
leading markets are quoted firmer and
Manrnis cotton receipts yesterday.
4dC0 bales; shipment, 4590 bales, and
sales, 1600 bales.
Tinas will be no afternoon session
of the Chicago Bosrd of Trade from
December 24th to 81st, inclusive.
Thb supply of wheat at St. Paul, Du
lnth and Minneapolis is reported at
15.979 000 bnsbele, against 16.557,000
buabola one year agi.
Tub paid op dividend of 6 percent,
of the Cotton Comprees Company hea
reduced the value of stcck to 120(j
127, f om 131B132. Cotton Ol
Tru ta are quoted at o2JG3jc.
Thi Memphis, New Y rk, New Or
lean" and other Cotton Exchanges of
the United 8 tales close today. The
Memphis and other Merchants' Ex
changes are also closed. AtXlvcrpoot
the Cotton Exchange will remain
closed until Turaday next.
At Liverpool wheat is iteady, de
mand fair; holders offer moderately.
The receipts of wheat for the piet
three daya were lli.'OO centals, In
cluding 10,000 American. Corn quiet
bnt eteady, demand poor; the receijti
of American com for the past three
daya wererj2,900 centals.
New Yobk flour receipts, 15,424 bar
rels; sales, 10.5C0 barrels: firm, with a
fairly active trade. Wheat receipts,
83.050 bushels; spot lots s shade
stronger. Corn spo's a elude eaeier
and dull, options nominal; receipts,
33,650 bnshels; sales, 48,000 bushels.
Oata a ahaoe stronger, but quiet ; re
ceipts, 36,100. .
Visitobs on 'Cbange yesterday: T.
0. Gammons, Mass.; G. M. Davis,
Brunswick, Tenn.: H. E. Avery, Hand-
wich Islands; Brother Barbas, St.
Louis; Qov. Geo. T. Armstrong, Kan
sas ; Thos. D. Seott, Chattanooga; B.
Olarges, London! Eng'and; Malcolm
Bentley, New Hampshire; Bam W.
Lynch, New York.
Thb Mark Lane Kxprtii, In its weekly
review of the British grain trade,
say a: The wheat trade was limited,
but prices were steady. Foreign wheat
waa quiet. The increase of American
supplies tends to depres3 tbe market,
bnt the disturbed conditions of aflairj
In the Esutorn part of Europj
ccantetftctithie influence and s'rength
ens tha market
A Liverpool leading weekly grain
circular says: "The wheat market
haa regained its firm arpect aid prices
bave recovered from the slight decline.
There is renewtd inquiry forwheat for
t itnre deliveries and for cargoes. The
country markets are firm but not ao
tive millera abstain from buying.
At today's market there was a good
attendance. Wheat was firm and a
fair hualneea was done at aa advance
of l2d. Tbeie was a good trade In
flour. Some kinds showed an advacce
of 0d. Corn waa firm and moderately
ao ive. Prices were unchanged."
Tbe Dine Haienna.
Roblnsan's Musenm was largely at
tended yesterday and last night. Dur
ing the performance lest evening Mr.
Willis, tbe lecturer, wai presented by
Mr. Bibel, the cowboy pianist, and on
bahalf of the mueeum attaches, with a
watch and chain,, aad afterwaid Mr.
Bab Mack, business macager and
press agent, was presented by the at
taches with a clock. The audience
enjoyed the presentations and the
speeches which followed. Many at
tractions will be presented to lay as
Christmas holiday novelties.
A Hind Deed.
The following correspondenca la r.
No. 8 Oflvar STaaar, Muw Tins., 1
Dacamlfii KMi t
Mrs. Annul Campbell, 8oretw Vf omon'i
Mabamb nowlnn that your or
gau:aa'iQii is better qualified and has
more knowledge of the worthy and
deserving poor, and will U) more good
with it, I hand you Inclosed order on
Messrs. Hunt Bros. (Cotton Exchange
Building) for forty barrels coal. Please
accept same and distribute. Yours
respectfully, o. l. GiLHiPia.
Mtururs, Dooember 14, 18Ko.
D. L. GIIImpIo.
Dsab Sir We acknowledge with
heartfelt thanks yours of this date in
closing order for foity barre's coal, and
avnre you no donation could be more
acceptable, opportune or wide reach
ing. Our lIou.e to House Belief Com
mittee had not a ponn 1 of fusl at com
mand. Your Christmas gift will net
many poor hearths ax'.ow tomorrow.
M1UJ. A1IQU3 OAMPDULTj,
Car. Hao'r W.O. A.
MENKEN AND C0XPANY.
Our t$lore Isj Open Today.
Shop la the Morning;,
As oar store will close
promptly at 1 o'clock.
t You can have
Tev Delivered Today.
T. J. BleVarUiv.a laasiawd favora
bly kaawai ! (ta Haa'a raralatalag
Iradavrth clr, lawlib
r. 1'AMrnitt.i, ro..
aap wecnad atrxl.
An Elegant Combination
ot Mueio Boxes la Toilet Cases.
J, J. Milee's Drag Strore,
No. 299 Main street.
F.Campbrll dc Cm. are ahawlaar She
Seat noTelllea la Neckwear, llawd
kerrblera, Cllovra, Collars and raffa.
Ho. itao SeeaiS tr..t.
Threo Tape Worms From One Han.
A prominent bnsinesi man (whose
name is withheld) w.s relieved of
thre byte wormt by Dr. M. Ney
Hinitll. Those washing to cons'ilt Dr.
Smith should do sotone; he will
iwa n only n few d iye longer."
' Eioh Air Ko tilths, at Women's
P. M. BraJrurr, f aneral director and
mbalmer, 66 Madison street.
Miss Camub M. Kiatiwo, pianist,
may be found at the Gayoeo Hotel. .
Man phis Steam Laundry. Calls and
deliveries free. Telephone No. 2L
Mmrnia Wholesale Meat Co., 11
Adams. Daily fresh Boef.Pork and Mut
ton, a'ao Corned Beef. Orders solicited
and promptly filled. Telephone 874.
Bbowm'b Bbonchial Trochxs will
relieve Bronchitis, Asthma, Catarrh,
Consumption and Throat Dlssesea.
They ewe tued alwayt wi'h good tuecet.
Tea Herbal Chill Cure, the best
tonloaad aatl-parlodla known. A sartala
and aura oar. (or cntllt. rrloa n par bot
tla. Band iUom for elronlarf. Any raf.
Milmb's Food, the only perfect
substitute for mother's milk, is rec
ommended by oar most prominent
physicians aa the best and safest food
for infants. It contains ao farinaceous
mat'er, which ao often produces dis
orders of the stomach.
If your complaint is want of ap
petite, try half a wins glass of An
gostura Biters half au hour befors
dinner. Baware of counterfeits. Ask
your grocer or drugget ' for the
5sn nine ariicle, manufactured by Dr,
. G. B. Blegert A Sons.
A l)ruggtt'a Story.
Mr. Isbo O. Chapman, druggist,
Newburg, N. Y., writes oa: "I have
for the past tea years sold several
Sroea of Dr. William Hall's Balsam for
le Lungs. I can say of it what I
cannot say of any other medicine, I
have never beard a customer speak of
it but to praise its virtues in tbe high
est manner. I have recommended it
in a great many cases of whooping
nongh, with the happiest eflects. I
have used it in my own family for
many yeara; in fact, always have a
tattle in the medicine closet ready for
Oppoatte tba Cottea exchange, at
880 Stecoad afreet, woo will flad tha
I ateat and beat at y lea for mea'a wear.
r. UAMPBKM, a CO.
Ivory, Celluloid, Fine Woods,
Combs snd Brushes
in Endless Variety.
J, J. Mile.'s Drug Store,
No. 290 Maiu street.
Mkiiphis te?m Laundry Uriah col
lars aid culls equal to new.
I hereby apprise my friends and the
public at large, tbat I have ranted tbe
elegant store, No. 801 Main street, nn
der the Peahcdy Uctsl. which I will
fir. up in good styie and fill with a well
selected stock of flue rroodp, such as is
generally kept in any first dais jewelry
etore. I will be rerfy for business by
about January 15, 1887, and my store
will be known, ss usual, by the old
name, the Jet Palace. Reere tfu'lv.
See (be Toya at
'V.F. Campbell A Co. are abowlaglli
lateat Bovellltala neckwear, Hand
kerchlela, Cllevaa, Collars and CaSi
ft, S0 Bffcopd .treat. '
PlnandV, Relger'g, Coudry's and
leading American Perfumes.
J. J. Mi'es's Drue Store,
No. 290 Main Street.
Ir yon had taken two of Carter's
Li i tie Liver Pills before retiring yon
would not have had i.hat coa'ed
tongue or bad taste in 'the mouth this
wiorntng. tK.P - k'S with you for
Orders for al. k lada or Bblrla made
to measure iA sat and a to Beeond
at reel. F. CaHPBELLd: CO.
Aij dlBOtders caused by a bilious
ote ot the r-yatem can be cured by
using Outer's Little Liver Fills. No
pain, griping or dhoomfort attending
t neir use. i ry i n e m.
For fine cut flowers and boquets and
funeral designs of all descriptions and
decorations for parties and entertain
ments and weddings. A great many
of my friends are witness to the fact
that oneot the ttnect Otoorattons ever
made in Memphis was at J. C. Neely's
last Thursday nlgtrt. Bear in mind
you can get just as fine decorations in
Memphis as in any other city by giv
ing notice ahead at the greenhouse
and nursery, Hernando road, two
blocks south of Hernando curve.
T.J. Hct'Artby , ao long and fitvara.
fcjjr known to the H.u'a Furnishing
trade of the oily, la wlib
. F, CAMPBELL A CO..
aso Second atreet.
is bbhovbd bt thb tub or coooa.ikis,
And it stimulates and promote the
growth of the hair.
Barnatl'a Flavoring Extraeta are tbe
Orders tnr all fclud. of Mhlrla made
to meaanre, at Bid and 80 Heeowd
Ireet. r. CAMPBELL CO.
Toilet Beta, Manicure Sets, .
Smoking Sets, Shaving Sets,
J. J. Mlles's Drug Store,
No. 299 Main Street.
Ail Iiunien.se HiiHlne&a
It being done in Binnets, Hats and
Hair Goods, at the store of F. Lavigne,
Odd Fellows' building. Kxoelient
goods at low prices.
Harked daws far one week. Toya
and Candy. Wpecht A Waller's.
Plush Toilet Cases,
Finest and UandRomert
ever exhibited in this city.
J. J. Miles's Drug Store,
No. 299 Main street'
IlAKan purgative remedies are fast
giving way to the gentle action and
mild effects of Carter's Little Liver
Pills. If you try them, they will cer
tainly please you.
Oppoalle tbe Coltoa Kxehaaare, at
ISO Hreond street, yoa will lad tbe
latent and beat at? lea fer mea'a wear.
F. CAMPBELL dt CO.
yrp or Flea,
Msnnfactnred only by the California
Fig Syrup : Company, Ban Francisco,
Gal . ia nature's own true laxative. It
is the most easily taken and tha most
pleasantly eQeotive remedy known to
cleanse the tystem when bilious or
cotuve; ta dispel neauacuee, coma
and fevera: to cure habitual constipa
tion, indigestion, f to. For sale in 50
cents add $1 buttles by H. J. Ileister
and all leading drogu e's; Van Vleet
A Co., G. W. Jones 4 Co., V7. N. "Wil-
kerscn & Co . S. Minstioid a uo. nave
been uppoiuled wholesale agents at
Minimis Steam Laundry finish
shirts spwiHMv to" oven in ii wear.
1' olla.T.nnba, Crmllee, PrniTia, for
prearatT.al rie'bl Waller'.
DECEMBER 25, 1886J
. JaAW. JREPOBTS. ;
Chaaearr Canrt Bllaf, Ckaaeeflar.
Decrees pissed December 24, 1886:
McGowan vs Cafrt final decree; Sto
vall vs Austin, order to pay costs ;
Etheridge vs Walker, final decree;
Stewart va Stewart, sale cenflrmed;
State vs Wheeler, sale confirmed;
Losgue vs Brown, final decree and ap
peal; Gnnn va B. Oil Works, dismiss
al; Bowen vs Cox, decree aettJing
rights and reference; Harbeit vs
Bond, title veated; VanVieet vs
Sledge, removal of cause; Alsnp vs
Cole, amended decree for fate; Mate
va Fleece, dismissal as to Whi'e;
Powera vs Powers, older for sale; Wil!
iamava Weber, distribution ; Hollen
birgva. Wetter, final decre"; Ball vs
Bell, ti'le and reference; Holmes vs
Haw, final decree; Burton vs Fryer,
reference. Ia State ex rel. Weather
f jrd vs Harris the C urt quiebed the
mandsmus aod dirmissed petition.
Court adjourned to January 3, 1887.
ClrealC Court tales, Jadce.
The catea cf J. W. Wright apainet
Robert Towniend and Robert Town
rend agiinat J. W. Wright were de
li led yesterday in Towncend's favor,
the latter getting judgment for $150
and costs. It ai pma that Wright, a
white man, and Townseod, colored,
ara neighbors. Townsend'a cattle
1reepis;ed on Wright's crop', and the
latter shot and killed them. The col
ored man sued for damages for his
cattle snd the white man for trespass;
verdict for clored. , And yet they eay
tbe negro haa no rights in this part of
the world. .
Criminal Court UnBoae, Judge.
Willie Johnion, John Kenny and
Bill Ferrion were fined $25 each for
Tbe motion for a new tral in the
caee of Cal. R4d, convicted of larceny,
was overruled, and he was sen te teed
to two years. Tbe same motion in the
case of Jim Caesidy met the same
fate and Caesidy was rentenced to pay
a $50 fine and imprieonment for sixty
days for carrying a pistol.
CINCINNATI, O., December 21-Nlnhl-River
22 fret 6 local on gauge and riiinr.
W either CluuJr and ooldor. Arrived:
Marr HouMon, New Orlaaiit. Departed:
Loan Sherler, Picuburgj Jiaere'e State,
CAIRO, ILL., December 2t.-Nlit!il River
19 lect 4 incbea on the guano and riaing.
WentHer cloud and cold. Wo arrival! sr
LOUISVILLE, KY,, Deocmber 24.-bN;cM
Hirer 9 feettllnohei in the eanal and 7 feet
4 iofliei on to. lull. n4 failing., Weather
olouJy and colder. Diartd: flolden
rlule, Raymorili Horner and to, New Or
leans i Fred Wilson, Pittsburg,
in Cut Glass Bottles
of Beautiful Shapes. '
J. J. Miles's Drug Store,
No. 299 TVf otri street.
loll puwuor IIDIOI - ...... . ...
purity, ttrength and wholeiomeneae. More
economical than the ordinary kimli, and
cannot be eold In competition with tha mul
titude of low test, short weight alum or
phosphate powders. Suld onr,T is Cars.
KOYAL BAKlNd PPWDKH CO..
KW Wall rpt. New Yorr.
W !f1 a
S W hit
Rick Headache and relieve all the troubles Inel
dent to a bilious .lale of the eyetcm, such aa Dla
Pain In the Side, Ac. While their moat remark
ible succees has been shown lu curing
rleadachr, yet Carter'. I.lltle Mver Pills are eqnaTI
vnlu.hla in Consllpatlon, coring and prGTentini
this annoying complaint, while they alio correct
til diaordera of the elouiaeli, aliroulate the- live
uid neulatc the bowels. Kvtn It th.j only cunal
ache they would bo almost priceless to those wh
suffer from this dl.trewing complaint; but fort
tialoly their goodness doe. not end hero, and thosl
who once try them will and the., little pills "
able In eo manyaaya that they wlllnot be wUlla
to do w Ilhont them. Hut alter all sick head
la the bane of so many Uvea tbat here is where wl
make our great boaat. Our pllla cura It walls
others do nut .
Carter'e Little Liver Pllla are very email and
very eaay to take. One or two pills make a nose.
They arc .trlctly vegetable and do not gripe ol
puree, but by their gentle action pleaM all who
nnelhein. In vials at lUcente; Sve (or 11. Sold
by druEtjieta every where, or sent by ma 1.
CAUTElt MEDICINE OC'.,
New York Cl.v.
Offlfe Public Administrator, Shelby County
Courlbou'e, Memphis, Tenn.. Deo. 17, 18.
rillK uud.oigned having teen appointed
JL and iuali(lJ adminttator ol the aetata
of Maurice llrosrmn, deoeaied. notice is
hereby atver lo all pernons indi bted to said
itnte to come forward and eittlet and to
those to whom said etnte is In lebted to tie
their claims with me. duly ir hatd. within
rbe time preiierihed by Uw, or the sane will
belor.vcr barred. JOHN LOAuiiiv,
Troyal llWJIt Ji J
CALL FOR IT.
We Invite the public at
tention to this
which we hare
It Is manufactured of the
and we claim it
to any other Brand called
Budwciser ever offered
in the Southern Market.
Give It a Fair Trial and
be convinced of its ex
With all our Customers
during the Holidays.
KRISS KRISGLE'S WIDOW.
What the Jolly Old Soul Has.
To Say To Memphis.
I There is nothing in either An
cient or Modern History to prove
that Kriss Kringle ever had a wife,
and therefore, ta he is neither dead,,
nor never was married, it is impossi
ble for him to have a widow.
Bat it is possible, and it is true
that the Misfit Clothing Par
LORs, 262 Second street, are making
special CHRISTMAS OFFERS ia
fine Suits, Pants and Overcoats.
Do You Want An Overcoat?
Every one is anxious to save aa
much as possible when buying. Tha
Overcoats you get at the Ml8T
Clothing Parlors are cheap, be
cause they are not only low in prioev
but also high in quality.
OVERCOATS for the man with bet
a few dollars.
OVERCOATS for tbe man wha
wants fine dross.
OVERCOATS for everybody and at
DO YOU WANT A SUIT?
You want a good Christmas Pres
ent for yourself. You want a Real
Nice Suit, and you don't want, to pay
ahighjrrice for it. Well, the Mis
fit Parlors can accommodate you.
We have high quality Suits at low
prices, and magnificent and costly
Suits which we are selling at lost
than half their original value.
PLATOONS OF PANTS.
It is a mistake to buy poor Paotl
when the Misfit; CiOthinq Par
lors will sell you good Tailor-made
Pants at very low figures. Remem
ber, all alterations to insure a Per
fect Fit, done free of charge.
262 Second Street,
Opp. Court Square, Memphis, Tenn
Open evenings until 9 ; Saturdays,',
until 11 o'clock.
What can be more appropriate to
Klvt, or more gratlftlng to re
ceive aa m prracnt from oae'a
IliKband, Wife or Sweetheart,
tttita a pair of
CIIItlSTM IS SLIPFEKS?
For Hen and lloya.
Elaborately hand embroidered Toilet
Hlipners tn Velvet, Cloth and Plush' of
handsome designs and colorings. Also,
fine hand-made Toilet Slippers, made
ot Alligator snd Morocco, in russet,
blank, wine color and other shades.
For Ladle and Itleaea Beaotiful
new designs ol Silk and Satin quilled
Bedroom flippers; also, tloth. Velvet
nrl Kid TCmhrnidtrad Toilet Slippers
and warm lined House Slippers of
Felt, heavy Heaver ana Mallaesee, lor
elderly ladies and invalids.
vBllppera for Dreaa, Slipper for
the Flrealde to ealt everybody.
SPE Ol ALDRI VE !
GENTLEMEN'S rood, well made, hand
embroidered Toilet Slippers, worth
fully tl 60, for the low prroe of 90o.
AN ASSORTBD LOT of Bllppen for
Ladies and Misses, innluding Velvet
and Cloth Kmbroidered Turkish Toilet
. Slippers, Krd and Tan Moroooo Opera
Slippers and many other styles, soma
rtf ahth Anitas Aft and S3 oririnallv. wa
wsntte close them out at a figure tbat
will make tnem go me low out uni
form price of II.
wAi thaa finnMat Baraains ara likely
to ro very rapidly, we would advise
the reader to oome early and seoure
300 MAIN 8TKEET. .
lee Skates. Boiler Skates.
Toy Homey Banks,
Hois' Tool Chests,
BoTt' Axes, Wood Saws k BocL
Bodgen' and Wostenhola.
Table Cutlery, Buors, Etc.,
Carving Knives and Forks, .
Plated Knives, Forks, Spooaa, Etc
Fine Scissors la cases.
Carving Tools la seta,
Bracket Sw Machine,
Plated Call Bells,
Coal Tases and Hods,
Shovels and Tongs, Etc., Etc
In addition to the nbova. the most complete
MsSrtTeut of W .15
the eitv Ask to be shown tbe celebrated
VcLlK'R lO01l bPRlNti ASD CliKCK
the beit thing ont.
WENTE & PARREN1?
387 Main Street.