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B.t Bt. Loata feat Una Um at 4:80
.ea. feat lla ritm a li K B-1 bt.
Lenta tut lla rri at t raj ..
v ataaal 1at aad Tnaaaa. Trmlni
ajoTaaa tollowii SewOrleani mall 51m
dally at :O0a..t lm daily a ts lOO .iu.
Sarin aeeeiodetloa arrlyee dally at :M
b.i Wayei daily at J:4r p m. Loom
treUht arriTdi daily (eaeept Sunday atS:iW
ei.an.l learei daily Uxoapt Sunday at :15
Mail train! do lot flop at Baa at,
tioni, aor Whiueha, Bora Lake Keablt
ad Lot.
BJtaalaalpa) Yall BoatO (! M. O.
at I. y.) Tratai oa thli roa fol
low! t Haw Orleani fait Bail, dally, laavai
at 4i30 a.m. 1 Vlekebara eipreaa, daily,
iearee at 8:1& a.m. Naw Orleani fut Bail,
daily, arriTM rt 8:10 a.m. Viekibari ex
praas, daily, arrlyaa 6i5B.a.
Laaaisvlll mm Kaatawlll Train!
aora at follow! 1 Put Ball arrival daily at
tilSa.B.1 leer at 18 ill) p.m. 1 Bail Uaraa
daily at 10:10 a.m.i arrive at 4:00 p.m.
Browntyllla aoooDnnodatiom laaTaa dally,
leapt Sunday, at 6:00 p.m. 1 arrive daily,
inapt Sandey , at 60 a.m. tetandard timal.
Wall Iwala-lltaauM :ny,aprM(;
eld cued Meanptiia) Tratni laare M. and
T. dpot ai followu Ma. 4, Kanaaa City at
areai, laaT at 10:45 a.a.l Mo. S, Kama!
City xpraea. arrive at 8:30 p.m. No. 1,
Kaara City mail, leave! at 6:00 p.m. I Mo. 1,
SaaiM City mail, arriTaa at 1:46 a.m. Mo.
t, bt. LoaU and Chleaao eiprae, leave! at
00 p.m.! N. 1. Bt. Louli and Cnioeaoei
preei, arrival at 1:45 a.m. Ia effeot Sunday,
April M.1. . . , .
MsBtttkia auadl crharlaatm Train!
Jiov a follow 1 Thronik axprafi leave!
ally at 10:00 p.m. Mall and xprai leave!
4 illy at 1 :30 a m. Bomervlll asoommoda
tion laaTM daily, aioopt Sunday, at 4:40
p.m. Throw epre arrival dally at 6:10
a.m. Mall and expraai arrival dally at 11 :li
8,B, Bomervtlle aooommodatloa arrival
ally, axo.pt Sunday, at ":30 a.m.
tnyau, Btranlnalaam and Allan.
Mo Dolly Bprlari Root Train! mov ai
fjllowar No. 1 leave! Mompbla dally at 8:46
, urfni at Hnll Hnrln.e atfti&l a.m. 1
Mo. 8 Uevei Holly Bnrinae dally at 8:10
a.m. 1 airlfM at Mempnia at iuiiu a.m. 1 no.
ntoayat Momphli dally at 7:16 p.m., arrival
at Holly gprlaa-i at 11:46 p.m.i No. leave!
atolly Spriaii dally at t lib a.m., arrive at
Momphlt at 6:46a.m. ,
aeanpbt aued UttU Book. Train!
mora ai tollowi (eantral itandard tlmeli
Mo. 1 laaTM dally at tilfi p.m.iarrlTaa at
9:!5p.m. Mo. 8 leave! atB:66 a.m.l arrival
BttiD.u- No. 6 irralfht) laarai Bopaflald
dally (axoapt Haaday) at JiM a.m.l arrival
at:a0p.ai.
TUB WEATIIEIt.
ladloatloa.
lor Alabama: Fair wtalher; northerly
vindt; m'drr.
For MUiuifijl: ' Fair weather; mirth
tatlerly windt, becoming variable; tlightly
eolJer.
Far Jouuiana: lair mother, pre
ceded by light rain in the wettern portion;
turiheaderly windt; eoldtr.
For Tenneuee; Fair weather, preceded
by light raini in the wtttern portion; north
erly windt; colder.
. lor Texat: Fair weather; nrlherly
windt, becoming variable ; ttationary tem
perature in tin imUkern portion, warmer
in the nor hern portion.
For Arhnint: lair wta'hir; eoutlt
failtrly vindt; warmer.
The Miuinippi river will rite tlowty
from Cairo to New Orleant; and the Ten
rteeeee, Cumberland and Ohio will fall
tlovly; the other rt'iori will remain nearly
itationory.
af.etaroloa;lcal Krpari.
Miurxii. Tin.. Daoambar V. 1M6.
Xim.
JCuar. Wind.
30.0 a
28 0 N.E.
28.0 N.
7KX) a.m. 30 251
Olo'dr
8r00p.m.i:U).24
OIo'dT
ID rt p.m J:i0.312l
L. rain
Maxluaum litn pent lure, 40..
Mlntmam UrArmratQce, S7.
OsoDe, 11 a.m., 0.
Kalnlal), 0.0a
CITY NEWS.
Lunches terred prompt) at Wo
nien'a Kichango.
Patrolmin Farrli, win was cut
atveral nights ago by a negro, is im
proving. The Mik ulo at the Theater tonight
by the Adelaide Randall Bijou Opera
Company. .
Ellit BcoH, co'orod, bas sued for
dlroroa from tieorge Hrott, colored, al
leging abandonment and desertion.
Bruno Mltchall, a boy 14 yeitra of
age, had hli thumb (hot off Hiinday
alternoon, on Wolf river, by the ex
ploeion of a gun be waa hunting with.
George Lhcr, the white man who
claims to have been thrown out of a
third story window at Liademan'a, on
Washington street, and who was annt
to the hospital, is recovering from his
Injuries.
John J, R sillr, one of the old resi
dent! of North Memphis, waa found
dead in bed yee'erday morning. A
jury of leanest, impaneled by Depu'y
Coroner llarry, found that he had
come to Lia death from heart disease.
Two negM men fell into the river
from the Kevator yesterday, but were
promptly fished out, and theohly thing
that bothered them waa Ihe unex
pected bath. They wtre attempting
to raise one of the "leg" when the ac
cident occurred.
Justice Moore, of Oolllervilla died
Saturday, after two months' iUneee.
The fatality among members of the
County Court this winter has been
alarming, but there are still a few stout
hearts left willing to serve the county
in that way,
The remains of the late Capt. O.
Wash Floyd, who loit his life while
trying to save others at the time of the
J, AL White disaster, have been re
ceived, and the ho ly came up Sunday
forenoon on the Valley railway, des
tined for Pittsburg (or final interment.
Marriage licences were i'sued yes
terday as follows: Gay Mays and
Lou Thomai, Archie Brown and
Clarirea Jones, Pm Moore and Ltnra
Bnnhill. Felix Brown and Lou lias
nil I, Allen Bartley and Sue Evans.
Win. Tacker and Latbie Jackson, all
colored.
The Memphis City Riilway Com
pany, reprenented by Thomai Barrett
and li. I), Krayser, and the Mem
phis and Charleston Railroad Com
pany, represented by R. B. Pegram,
were fined 60 etch yesterday by
Jadge liadden for lulling to lay down
a pavement at the Vaoce street cross
ing. A charter etyled "Memphis Lum
ber and Manufacturing Co." was filed
la the Register's olllce la'e Friday
evening, with N. T. Hannah, F. L.
Woodruff, Je. i. llenning, L. K. Pat
ton and AVP. Taylor as the incorpora
tors, for the purpoje of maklrg boxes,
manufacturing lumber, aawlng logs,
tts. . .
It will afford the many friends of
Mr. II. E, Avery, formerly a promi
nent young member of the Memphis
bar, much pleasure to learn that be
hu ro omed from Honolu'u, Sand
wich Islands, to visit his family here.
' Four yeirs aijo Mr, Avery left Mem
phis, since which time he has prac
ticed 'aw in Honolulu witu well
merited i ucci as. .
The Christmas exerc'ses of the
Bacon d Presbyterian Sunday rchiol
wi I occur tomorrow evening io the
auditoiium nf the church, coroer
Main and Basle i s'reeta, t eginnlrg
promp'ly at 7:li0 o'ebek. The school
will areaib'eln the btsfmont at 7 p.
m. precisely. Parent) Bad friends of
the school and all Banday school
workers are cordially invited to be
present.
A ore story trams kitchen in the
rear of. Mr. I. O. Johnson's residence,
on the Boulevard, was destroyed by
fire at noon yesterday. The loei was
about $300, fully covered by insur
ance. The Bibcock and book and
ladder men worked at the fire and
prevented It from spreading. The
engines were useless, as there were no
hydrants or fire cisterns near enough
lor their hoae to reach.
Prepirationa for the Merchant'
Exchange entertainmont on the night
of Thursday, December 30th, are be
ing conducted on a coloseal scale and
great things may be looked for. Mem
bers of the Exchange are requested to
band in, witkout delay, the names of
those for whom ibey desire tickets
and invitations, aa the demand f r
hem will be so great that the secre
tiry will be enable to prep tie them
in time unless a beginning is made
now.
Dan Fogertjr was found lying
drunk in the ttraet Sunday night and
taken to the Station lipase. Yester
day mornirg he was found dead In
tbe cell. The immediate cense of his
deattt was tio much liquor and ex
posure to the weather. Fogarty was
a book binder by trade, and bad many
friends. He was doirg well up to
1378, when the death of bis wife brnke
his heart, and he took to drink. The
body was taken in charge by the
brother of the deceased.
Today wi I be the latt day of tbe
forty hours' adoration at St. Joseph's
Caurch. . The lolemn high; mass will
be celebrated by the itev. Father
Leonard, ol St. Mary's church, awisted
by Rev. Nemeeius a deacon and Rev.
Valentine Linciottl as subdeacon. At
night the conclusion of the celebra
tion will tonsis'. of sermon, proceseion
of all tbe aaaoriations, sermon aod
benediction. Tbe mission will con
tinue throughout the week.
PERSONALS.
A. A. MoDoxalo, of Olney, III, Is
at the Peabody.
MissAnnib Wcakliy, of Florence,
Ala , ia visitiog Mum Annie Patterson
on Linden street.
Mrs. E. Bailiv, of Earl Grove,
Miss., is visiting her son, Mr. J. W.
Bailey, 85 Court street.
Capt. Wk. L. Andbrso, of Hill,
Fon'aine & Co , has gone to Colum
bus, Miis., ou a health tiip and is im
proving. Job JarriRHON will institute libsl
firoceedings against Ross Coirhlan f r
ntimatlna- that he looks like Cash
Mariill, of the Avalanche.
MxMUBRSof the Banner Boys Btnd
extend many thanks to Miss L'da
Meriwether for a barrel of apples
kindly donated ou Christmas night.
J. V., Smith, wife and four children,
of Minneapolis, Minn., who have been
V siting friends in the olt", left last
evening for Jacksonville, Fie., via the
Mieaiasippl and Tencewee railroad.
Mb. Bin P. Smith and wife have re
tuned to Memphis after an absence of
two years. Tbey will reside in their
old home, No. 12 Mulberry street,
where they will be glad torecaive
their old friends.
Adrom D, Aixiw, freight aient of
the Memphis and Charleston railrcad,
cn last Saturday treated his fifteen
clerks to a theater party and at the
oloae of the entertainment gave them
an elegant supper.
Mat. P. A. Kpmonds, of No. 772
Fla , lust night via the Mississippi and
Tennessee railroad. Mrs. Edmunds
will visit friends In New Orleans and
Peusacola before silling up the bay.
Ciias. A, Simon, formerly mrster
mechanic of the Chesapeake and Ohio
railroad, but row foreman of the
Christopher St Simpson foundry at St.
LoU's, is in the city visiting relatives
and friend). He is stopping at the
residence of M. J. L. Burdick, No.
105 Elliott street.
At an election held by the Yonng
Men's Hebrew Association last Sun
day, the following officers wera
elected: L Q. Pape, president ; Sim L.
Barlnda, vice preiident ; W. II. Son
field, secretary ; Victor Hexter, finan
cial secretary; Ed E. Becker, treas
urer; Moss Morris, Henry Barker,
Martin Cohen, trar-tees; Ham M. Mook,
librarian; Tr. M. Ramflald, M. Uiiech,
liardwlg Peres, Library Committee;
Him Halle, George Hexter, Kntcrtalo
mnrit Committee; Leon Freedtnan,
Max Halle, Will Sohloss, Employ
ment Commutes.
LOCAL. NOTICES.
P. M. Stanlbt, funeral director and
emhalmer, 55 Madieon street.
Mxmphib Steam Laundry. Calls and
deliveries free. Telephone No. 21.
Memphis Wholesale Meat Co., 11
Adams. Daily fresh Beef.Pork and Mut
ton, a'so Corned Beef. Orders solicited
and promptly filled. Telephone 874.
Brown'b Bronchial Trochbs will
itilievo Bronchitis, Asthma, Catarrh,
Consumption and Throat Disscsee.
They art wed alwayt ten A good fuorvai.
Lavkinb, In Odd Fellows' building,
continues to ee l bat, bonnets, and
hair goods at extremely low prloes.
Whatever comes from his store can be
relied on.
Tab Herbal Chill (Jure, the best
tonloand anti-iariodle known. A eartala
aoa inra ooro tor erillli. rrloa II par boW
tla. Hand atampa (or olrcalan. Any raf-
Iranoa slxan, Addreai John 0. Haokar,
irnahbara, Va.
ForTuriat Disbasis and Couohs.
Brown's Bronchial Troches, like all
really good things, are frequently imi
tated. The genuine are sold only in
boxes.
Carter's Littlb Liver Pills may
well be termed "Perfection." Their
gentle action and good effect on the
system, really make them a perfect lit
tle pi 1. They please thoee who use
them.
Anoostura Bitters, the world ic
nowned appetizer and invigorator.
Used now over the whole civilised
world. Try it, but bewrre of imita
tions. Ak your grocer or druggUt
for the genuine article, manufactured
by Br. J. U. B. Siegert A Sous.
Millin's Food, the only perfect
substitute for mother's milk, Is rec
ommended by our most prominent
pbyslclana as the best and safest food
lor infants. It contains no farinaceous
mat'er, which ao often produces dis
orders of the stomach.
A DrnffKUt'si Ktory.
Mr. Ioaao C. Chapman, druggist,
Newburg, N. Y., writes us: "I have
for the past tea years sold several
gross of Dr. William Hall's Baleam for
the Lungs. I can esy of it what 1
cannot say of any other medicine. I
have never heard a customer speak of
it out to praise its virtues in the High
est manner. I have recommended it
in a great many cases of whooping
cough, with the hr.ppient efleote. 1
have u jed it iu my own family for
many years; in fact, always haves
t mttti In the medicine closot ready for
uae,"j
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEALTUESDAY.
SOCIETY.
LtniBB who will receive on New
Year's day will confer a favor by send
ing to the Appeal a Let of those who
hays been Invited to assist them.
Littlb Book Oatette, December 20:
Last night Mrs. B. H. Skipwitb gave
a "Chrli-tmas party" in honor ot her
guest, Miai Laura Proudfit, of Mem
phis, who thus made ber entree into
Little Rock society and charmed every
body present by her winsome man
ners aod brilliant conversation.
Tub following natced ladies will
a's'iat Mrs. J. O, Neely in receiving on
New Ye it's day, between the boars of
7 o'clock pm. and 11 o'clock p.m:
Mrs. J. O. Neely, Mrs. II. M. Neely,
Mrs. T. H. Milburn, Mrs. J. W. Falls,
Mrs. W. W. Taylor, Mrs. John Foster,
New Orleans ; Mrs. W. H. Miller, Mrs.
S'oney Montgomery, Mrs. John P.
Wihiams, Nashville; Miss Neely, Miss
De Bow, Miss Ftll, Mies Milburn, Miss
Sneed, Mias Sciife, Miss Montgomery,
Mies' Ida Bruce, Miss Johnson, Miss
Humes, Miss Semmes, Miss Mallory,
Mi Robinson, Mias Fsy.
Tub German Caaino Club last tight
gave a delightful Christmas tree tn
terininmeat and grand hop at their
rooms on Madison atreet,near Second.
There waa a vety large attendance of
ladies aad children during the even
ing, and theaflilr was one nf the
meet er.jojable ever given by tbe
club. The Chrl tmas tree was a won
derful piece of work, gotten up spe
cially for tbe occasioa by the fit her
ci the club, Mr. Joseph Speobt. The
tree was 11 1 led with wax tapers and
Christmas gifts. At its base were hun
dreds cf figures, animals of all kinds,
bousee, mills with wbeela run by
water power, mecbaaical contrivances,
and among the uoit charming was
the stable at Bethlehem, with
the Virgin and Child, the
shepherds and flocks, the
kings of the East and acorea of other
figures tco numerous to mention.
There were aleo 254 prices, which
were distiibu'ed amoog the ladies and
children by tickets. Many of these
were quite valuable, and among tbem
were ladies' writing cases, toilet aets,
silver castors, etc. An elegant supper
waa set for the guest?, and music aod
dancing followed, which waa kept no
to a late hour. President Louis Erb,
Manager Joseph W. Specht and Sec
retary Henry Peterson, with other
officials and member;, were every
where, seeing that the guests we e
entertained royally. Mr. Peterson
appeared in tbe dancing room or
turned as Sante CI it us, and bora on his
back a sack of oranges and other good
(hints, which were captured by the
children. Tbe Cis!no people can con
gratulate themselves upon scoring a
grand sucoess with their Chiistmas en
tertainment, which made so no any
hundreds ot little folks happy anil
which pleased the o der folks as they
never had been before pleased by tbe
club during the holiday eeaaona.
MENKEK AND COM PAS Y.
We will continue to offer
CRUSHING BARGAINS
Daring stock taking. We must
sell our surplus goods, amount
ing in value to
OYER 150,000 00.
All the great bargains (including
kid g'ovee) aa advertised in Sun
day's papeis will be continued
today. In addition to those we
effer tjday
OUR ENTIRE CLOAK 8101 K
at a
DISCOUNT OF 50 PER CENT.
Prom Actual Value!
AT $1 50 All cur Bouole and As
trachan Walking Jackets.
AT $11 60-A11 our Vit'dn New
markets, heretofore Bold at
double.
AT $15 00 Seal Plash Long
Sacques, worth $25.
AT $35 00 -All our Fine Imported
Short Wraps, reducwl from $05
ecd $75.
These eie but a few of tbe ex
traordinary bargains to be found
in onr cloak department. Those
who have not yet bonght a wrap
should come at once and secure
the greatest bargain of the season.
1000 pair Angora Wool Blankets,
full s ee, at $4 75, worth $7.
500 pair California Wool Blankets
at $7 25, worth $10.
BED COMFORTS HALF TBICE!
ATBOo One thousand Bed Com
forts, full s;e, told all over
town for $1.
MENKEN AND COMPANY.
Drauimond'H Natural Lear.
The purest and only genuine article
ot "Na oral Leal" tobacco made. See
that it haa two tin tags with the word
"Drnmmond" on each tag. No other
gsnnlne. Beware rf cheap imitations.
MsHPHia Steam Laundry, No. 824
Pec on d turret. Calls, and deliveries
lree.
No Onb knows better than thoas who
have need Cartel's Little Liver Pills
what relief they have given when
taken far dyapepeia, disainees, pain in
the side, constipation, disordered stom
ach, etc Try them.
Memphis Steam Laundry finish
shirts specially for evening wear.
aVaajlaTllla - t.
rUFABB FOB FLOOD.
Foundations, cellar walls and build
ings subject too verffow should be con
structed with Lnulsvilla Cement It ia
the standard.
Memphis Steam Laundry finish col
lars and cuffs equal to new.
Dandruff
II E1MOVIO BI TBI CJE 0 CCCOAIM1B,
And it Biirunlaie and promote the
growth of the hair,
tlflxieti's Flavoring Erracta are tfcs
bitt
AMUSEMENTS.
Bljoa Oa! tMaaMtai.
Last night Miss Adelaide Randall
and Opera Company appeared at tbe
Memphis Theater in J he Bridal Trap,
sn 'adaptation from Audran's latest
comic opera. The plot ia smuMng,
somewhat absurd, tnd a li tie rUky in
aurrouodinns and dialogue. Ia brief,
the plot is the atoryof a Fremh noble
man, who, from cluldhood, his been
in love with a village maiden,
"Rosette," Miss Adelaide Randall.
When he returns, after five years' ab
sence, be d wires to wed her, bat this
is prevented by his aunt, who, by a
series of strange devices, gets hnr to
marry a country bumpkin, "Orivolin,"
by givicc her and Mm a flourishing
inn at Orleans. The nobleman and
tbe village girl, now "Mme. Orlvolin,"
meet again, and it is davalooed that
tbe mtrriajte with "Orivolin" wat a
meek one, and tbey bad ever occupied
separate anattmen's at tbe inn, "Toe
Crowinn Hun." Tfie count carries
off "Rosettt" and marries her while
the bouikin hushand ktepa the Ion,
which he lores much better tbau Ms
wife. The result is happiness a'l
around, and, as Shakespeare says, "All
is well that ends well." This plot is
served up with pleioing music and
pretty solo', duets, trior, qoartettes
and coorrjses. The company is not a
ttrong one, either musically cr dra
matically, but they succeed in amus
ing and creating a favorable impres
sion. The audience enjoyed the pre
sentation and was quite lioeral in ap
plause. Adelaide Randall sints nicely,
is a pleasing actres and was fainy
well supported. The cast was as
follows:
Tba Count Herman Walda
Foutalard, the itiward Jaorfi I). Poakea
Urifolin ....... Arthur W. Taim
Martial ..W. W. Parker
Mel Aur W.F. Conklin
Mamuiie Mibi Gtrtie lloyt
Marlon Clara lUndall
Marealin, notary clerk Mar lia Creator
Lanoellote, notary olerk... Uetiie Oermon
Theodule, notary clerk Liaiie (iomairi
Franooii, notirr clerk Kata Miller
Kdmund, notary dark. Lenite Tjle'
Huaetta A deluido Kandall
Tonight The ifiktdo will be given
and on tomorrow night La Matcotte.
Itae T. BI. H. A.
At the entertainment of the Young
Mpu's Hebrew Association given Sun
day night Ike following programme
was finely rendered:
Orertura "Jolly Robb r" (Sarpo). Mln
Franoei Selleri, Meain Nathan and Cole
man, and Ornheatra.
Eaay-"litribution of lima," Hill Battia
tloidimith.
"arena Kd Aria" Cornet Solo, Mr. F. (Jan
deck. Recitation " Telephonic Conreriatlon,"
MUa Sadie Dejarh. '
Vocal Holo-Mr. Wil II. Ponfield.
Lecture -ubjict: "Old Mnida and Mutheri-
in-Law," lor. M. bauiBald.
Beleotion "Golden K cere," Mill Frannri
Kel'era, Mcajri. Nathan and tolemau, and
. Orcneatr.
Bedin; "Mariner'a Dream," Min Leah
Frank.
Vrcai fsolo Mii Marie Sue Greenwood.
Finals Paruphiase, "To Meet Again," Or
chestra. The arastenr orchestra, composed cf
Miss Frences Sellers, pianist ; James
Nathan, fluter, and r-ol Ooleman, vio
linist, did nceliont work and achieved
the remarkable feat of p'aying In
un:aiin with Artold's bxndt af er one
rehearsal, without an error.
TRANSFERS.
Jas. RalBton, trust deed to W. B.
Glieojen, trustee, to reenre Mrs A. V,
Cannon in the sum nf $1100, part ol
lot 185, S7jx74j,.on Mill street. , - -
John Jonnsoc, et nr., to Bluff Cily
Stove Company, iJOxl0 feet Carolina
street; coneideiation, $4000.
A. F. and S. K. McOahee to J. L.
Cocke. 9-10 of an acre east of Memphis ;
consideration, $1500.
Mrs Susan P. Gaston to JnnieGis
ton, lot 23 F. W. Smith's subdivision,
6S4xl40, bt. Paul ttreit; consideration,
$2000.
ADDITIONAL III VEILS.
MEW ORLEANS, LA., December 27.
Night. Arrived: Henry Lowery and baraei,
St. Louii.
CINCINNATI, O., December 26 -NUht-Riyer
fret 7 inchea on gauge and riaina
Weather Fair and cold.
CAIRO, ILL., Decembor 27.-Nieht-River
2t leet 1 iuch on the (tuaire and riaing.
Wautter clear and cold. Stv arrival! or
departure,
VI0K8IlURO,MISS.,Pi.wmbcr27.-Nlaht
Pafied down: 1. R. Powell, St. Louia;
Thomas bherlock, Cincinnati. Up: U. F.
Frlibie, Ohio river.
LOUISVILLE, KY., December 2-NiKbt
River fallina, with 10 leet 3 inchel in the
canal and a feet 4 inchea oa the lalls.
Weather clear and cold.
8T. LOUIS. MO., December 27.-Niht-River
tailing fast and is lull cf heavy ice.
Tba gauxe marki VI5-10 inchrs. The mercu
wai down to aero thia morning andatill hnv
eri around that point. No arrival! or de
purturea. "'
Mhot by niatxke).
J.ouisviLLB, Ky., December 27. At
4 o'clock this morning, John McGuire,
a barkeeper f r a Weut Green street
saloon, whs fatally shot bv John Mo-
Kelc'eu, aea L'U years, vicrveiiien naa
bad a row with a hack driver a few
minutes before the shoot ng, and be
ing somewhat under the influence of
liquor, mistook McGuire for the back
man and shot him. George Bowie?,
who waa standing some distance away,
received a bullet in the head, but tbe
wound is not serious. McKelden is
a stenographer for tbe Louisville and
Nashville railroad, and has borne an
txcallent reputation.
Dj kot despair of curing your sick
headache, when you cau so easily ob
tain Carter'a Little Liver Pills. Tbey
will flct a prompt and psrmanent
rnve. Their ao'ion Is mild and natural.
And Still They Come
FINE nAND-SEWEl)
CALF SKIN SHOES
roat GesrixKJiESJ.
aETcry Plr Wnrrnnted-l
ohlt s.ee a a A IB,
AT TUB CHEAP CASH
4Q nattiJi gtr't lvIiMpbta.
1 CURE FSTSi
i lis s mis aaa bbbi all ll Mnaaj "i
tta tfrr kaw ibaa raytar uIb. I tmm raawaat
!!!!!! Taatw la U Mba MT. T1 IJtntI m rVl
fMrV IM WUHt ajBaVM MVaaBB) etltw f TV niaM a
mmi , aMii a em, a
ln,MirH iwie '"
uma Md mi Oem. aaM artMM IwaarUL
mmi I will cor. t.-. a. IL " T-i ......
JAMES II. WATSON,
V -f utt e..vina. Mltataalnrl.
Row in Dn. M, Kmrhvna Mailld.
In. Moniphia, I ram.
Will praetioe ia the C ourt- ol Tenneuea and
miaairan'P'-
Dr. Ward's Seminary,
NASIIVILI.K, TKJfN.. th leading achno
lor young lad e in the t oath, and anoal
teany in the orh, ceri iti neat laaaloB
jaminry loin. o'a ' " won -hy
lla r.iul nuo.-f a aiid the noble line ol
women it haa educated to need any com
ment, l'aronti will also find it tie moot
reaaonamc ,n . "".j.-. -j- ff ARD
DECEMBER 28, 1886.
ON 'CHANGE.
At ft. Louis yesterday cash wheat
waa off Jc, but cash corn waa up Jo.
Ths total port receipts of cotton on
Saturday (Christmas dav) were 30,780
bales against S0.198 seme dsy iu 1885.
Cotton receipts here yesterday, 10,
847 baie; shipments, 9286 bales;
sales, 050 bales; receipts Saturday,
2397 bales.
Tns Cottnn and Merchants' Et
changes of Memphis and other cit'ee
will be cloeed on cezt Balnrday. New
Year's day.
Chicago cash pork is up 30 points;
clear ribs 10 poicti and lard 10. Cash
corn advanced Jc. Wheat unchanged,
and oats advanced i".
Tub Liverpool Cotton Exchange
will open this morning, after having
been closed eicce 3 p. m. on Friday
latt Toe Exchange will again cloee
on tbe 31st ins., and renikiri closed
until Tueeday, the 4th of January.
C. L Gasas & Co , of New York,
have fssud estimates of tbe co ton
crop of 1886 aad 1887. and after ctra
fu!ly considering all figures aod esti
mates received, aive t ieir own esti
mate at 6 350,000 bales. Tbe official
crop of 1885 ia put down at 6,550,000
bales.
Taa New York Produce Exchange
h'.s issued a statement giving the vis
ible supply of grain in store and a (list
on the 25th of December is follows:
Wheat, 62,261,343 bnsbels; increane,
804,469 buthels. Corn, 12,584,605
huthels; innreasf, 520,002 bu&heis.
Oats, 4,936,48 bushels; do reuse. 102,
154 bushels. Rye, 4';6,905 bushels; in
crease, 6445 bnahels. Barley, 2,900,
261 bushels; decrease, 60,708 bujhels.
Tub Bradetrert Agency reports 312
failures in the United States during
the week ending Dscembf r 24, 1886,
egalnet 292 in the preceding wees,
and 193, 278, 260 and 236 in the cor
responding weeks of 1885,(1884, 1883
a:d 1882, respectively. Middle r-tates,
15; New England States, 28; Southern
S'ates, 70; Western Stat, 13:1; Pac;fia
States and Territories, 16; Canada, 16.
Total in tbe United States and Can
ada, 331.
Cotton Comprus stock is now
Sno ed fit 127$ bid, 128 aexed. Cot
II Trneto were quoted ye'erday at
6I162. TheNewYoik World of Sat
urday etates that the early dealinca
were en'ivened simewhat by adeclite
in American Cotton Oil certifica'es
from 63 to 60, the drop being; occa
sioned by the aile of a large b'ock of
the s'ock f r European account, bat
at soon as this liqiidat'on was cooo
pleied there was a prompt recovery to
62Jrn62J. Is Is stated on good author
ity that the resn'ta of the industry are
more prohtable than ever before, and
that thete is a proepect of dividends
in the early future at the rati ol 5 per
cent, per annum.
Visitors on 'Change yeaterday:
Mies WLitnoy, Washington C ty; A.
H. Dickorsoo, Mrs. A. H Dicker'O",
Willow Springs: 8. H. WatkiDS, E. H.
Helsnn, Aberdeen, Misr. ; J. M.
Donkerv, Misdseippi; A J. Riley,
Holly Springs, Mies : J B. Daniels,
Fort Smith, Ark.; W. II. Galloway,
Tr. sjvant, Tenu.; T. B King, Bell's,
Tenn. ; H. T. Slmonton, Atoka, Tenn. ;
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Cobeo, Holly
Springs, Miss.; F. B. Fisk, Mont
gomery; A'ex Beckr, Forrest City,
Ark.; A. Bjwhis, Btesville. Miss.;
L. C. Chamblin, Kansas City; J.
Knehn, Mew Urlean.
For Toilet Use.
Ayer's Hair Vigor keeps the hair soft
and pliant, Imparts to it the lustre and
freshness ot youth, causes ic to grow
luxuriant'-, eradicates Dandruff, cures
all scalp diseases, and is the moat cleanly
of all hair preparations.
AVFR'Q nalr ViKor hM Klvon me
MI til O perfect sat Ufuct ion. I was
nearly huld lor six years, during which
time I used niany huir preparations, but
without success. Indeed, what little
hair I had, was growing thinner, until
I triud Ayer's Huir Vigor. I lined two
bottles ot tlio Vigor, aud my head is now
well covered with u new growth ot liair.
Juilson h. Chapel, I'cahody, Slass.
14 AIR t,mt 'la'', become weak, gray,
nMin nud faded, muv have new life
and color restored to it by the ue of
Ayer's Hair Vigor. My hair was thin,
luduil, ami ury, aim n.'ii cnu in larno
liuailtitles. Afiir iiiur i(?"r nipju
the falling, aud -matured lny huir to Its
original color. Ah a dressing for the
huir, this preparation lias no equul.
Mary N. lluiuuiond, Stillwater, Minn.
1IPflR J0"1'', nnd beauty, in the
w lUUn, aiviieaiBiice of the hair, may
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the use of Ayer's Hair Vigor. A li
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roine harsh and dry. and to fall ouj.
freely. Nothing I tried eomed V. ( i
anv good until I commqurnd vjiinrf
Ayer's Hair Vigor. Three bottles A
this preparation restored my hair to a
healthy condition, and it is now soft
and pliant. My sealn is cured, und it
is also free from dandruff. Mis. E. li.
Fobs, Milwaukee, Wis.
Ayer's Hair Vigor
Bold b) Drugglate and rerfumere.
Phrfbct safetv, prompt action, and
wonderful curative properties, easily
place Ayer's Pills at the head of the list
cf popular remedies for Sick and Ncrv.
una Headaches, Constipation, and all all
nicnts originating In a disordered Liver.
I have been a great sufferer from
Headache, nnd Ayer's Cathartic Pills
are the only medicine that has ever
given me relief. Olio dose of these Pills
will quickly niovo my bowels, and free
my head from pain. William It. Page,
lliVhtiiouJ Va.
Ayer's Pills,
Prepared by Dr.J.O. Ajrer Co., Lowell, Maes,
Hold by U Uealara In Modkloe.
I'obllc Administrator's fate.
Office of Public Administrator, ConrthenN,
r!"e'b? county, lean. Uecember'il, 1HH6.
NOTICK iiVreby (Iran that 1 will, as
adminiatrator ol tha eiUte of H. 11.
Avrlt, deceaied, oa
Taeadny, Janaary 4, 1S87,
In front of tha eourthouee. Shelby oountv,
Tenn,, nrooeed to tell, at publio ontcry, to
tha hiaheat bid ler, or eaib, tha followint
p-oeerty, to-wit: Ihree Coal CarU, yna
Von, one Sulky, one Iron Safe, and a
quantity of Coal HboTeli and Forks. Sale to
commence at 12 o'clock.
JUUN L0AGUK, Pnblla Adminiatrator,
and ai such Adminiatrator ai ihtleatate of
II. H. Avrlt, deceaied.
FOU 3AliE.
WE OFFER FOR, SALS oa favorable
terina a larae plantation in Uolirar
county. A lia , recently improved with new
poet, plank and wire fencea. Twenty-lye
na houaea, cotton tin, aawanill and near
LO.OOO feet or lumber in taoke, 60,000 new
cypron board all ready to eonatruct mora
buildlnci. A rood attrohouae and eaarelient
stand lor a mercantile hutineai. TtW LVM
tation li improred with a view to anbdiTie
ton. I will eell all er a part, aeoordlnt to
anti of purohMers. Plenty ot labor. Ka
cro tenants hre applied and are dally ap
plying to rent at IS, For lull particular!
apply to TUOti. U. ALXK 00..
AdntluUtrntor't) Kot loo.
Office Pubilo Administrator, Shelby County
Courtlioue, Mewrhia, Tenn., Deo. 17, lHMi,
rtUK unde .iencJ huviri teen appointed
J- and qiialilicd adminiatrator of, tha estate
of Maurico llro.'inan, decoacd. notice it
hereby alven to ail peraona indebted to laid
eatata to come f.irward and aatttet ani to
thcae to whom anid eitate ia in .(anted to tie
their olaime witti me. duly prebnted. within
ihe time praacritvei Ly 1 1". or ihe aarna will
be lorerer barred- JOHN LdADlltC,
ublio Admuiutrtor.
il MM m
Absolutely Pure.
Thia nowder nerer rariei. A marvel
nnvitv. atr.nffth and w'naluomanafi. Mora
economical than tha ordinary kinds, and
eannot be aold in competition with tha mul
titude of low tost, abort weight alum or
phosphate powden. Bold oki.y ra caaa.
1WI Ali DA twn'T rtff LfEi w.,
IliA Well arraet. Now York.
CARTER'S
ITTLE"
IVER
r 1 PILLS.
ftlrk neadache and relieve all the trouble! Incl
dent to a bilioua elate of the syatcm, each ae Die-
eineea, Naueca, Drowiintwa, uiaircaa arter eaune;,
Pnin in the Bitlc, Ac. White their moat remark,
able eucccaa baa been aliowa in curing
H"adnchc,yit Cartrr'aLlttle Lif cr Pillaare equall)
rnluable in Const ipurion, curing and prcTvnting
ttiia aunoying complaint, while they also correct
til diaordcre of the elomacb, etimnlate tbe livet
lud ruulati! the bowela. Jivca if tucj only curie
Ache they wonld bcttlmostpricclofl! to those whe
luliiT from this dlstreaaini; complaint; but fortu
nately their goodneae docs notend here, and thoai
who oocc try them will And three little pilla valu
able In ao man v way a that they will not be willing
to do without thcm Hut after all eiclt bead
ts the banc of so many Una that hero ia where wi
make our grcut boaat. Our ptlle cure it whil
Dtbera do not.
Carter'! Little Liver Pills are very email and
very easy to take. Ono or two pills make a oau.
They are atrictly veRi-tablo and do not (tripe or
purge, but by their sVnhie action plcaec all who
use tbem. In vlala at 25 ccnta; five for tl. Bold
by druggiets everywhere, or sent by mail.
CAltTEB MEDICINE Ot
New York "
B1JBUOUAIVT TAIL.UK,
Clenulnaj, Dy dinar at atopatrlaar,
No. 17 W. Cooar SiaisT.
Georew 0. Nlohol,
FLINT
COAL.
Wholesale and Retail.
P.M.Pattersun&Co
278 Second Nfrt
J. F. UOLST & UKO.
(gUCCKBSOBa TO U. M. HOLM A BBO.
HATI aTKMOTKD T
No. SS9) PEC0M) ST., MEMriH.
A FULL and coisplet itook ot Wood and
Metallic u'aiei and Caakeu, Cloth-Coy.
erad Caskets and Bnr'.al Kobei al wayi oa
hand. awrOrdan bv talearanh prootptty
eta't.
SEEDS
AND PRODUCE
308 Front St.
ASK yonr ntailor tar t o OrlrfnaJ 83 Shea.
li,waroof liultntiona.
KonoGcnnlue auileaa beorinatblaiBtanp.
JAMES MEANS' 83 SHOE.'
llado U Button, trrr-M nnd lo. BtitCaij
pmn, unoiuiieuuivwnr
bilUy, Comfort and Appear
tun s. A postal card fwnt to
nswlll bring you inform av-
1 flnWUI K' Ll'1,: BalUV UM
r Suite or lerrUory.
41 Lincoln h.
Boauw.
TM. anoa atanrls hlrrner In tnaewttmatinn ox
trwCS Ttban any olb-r In tbe worl.U Tboo
aandVwIiowaax It wtU teU you the ruaaoa If. yoa
J. We VOEQELT fc CO.
Stockllol(ie8, Meeting.
Mwarms, Tiss., December 13,
To tha Prei'dent nd Director! of the Hera
nbl. Cit Fire and Oeneral Inlurance Co. I
Gentlemen We, the nndertUned, Stock
holder! In tha Memphis City Fir. and Gene
ral Insurance Comiany, respectfully aak
that you call a general meeting of tha atoek
bolderi of your ocmpany, in the next ten or
fifteen dayi, for the purpor. of taking into
conaideratioa the adrieability of going Into
the banking basinets, and inch other matter!
of intereat to the company aa you may aae
proper to bring before them.
We are, ery renpeotfullr .
R. Dudley Frayser, P. Kallaher,
R.J. ltlack, J. W. Clapp,
K. J. Illack A Co., M.C. Pearoe,
J. B. Ueikell, John Overton, Jr.
In acoord.ince with tha aboaa reqaeit, a
general moetirgof itockbnldera la hereby
called, for the purpose Indicated, to aaaem
b!e at the ofiice ot the coa-pany, No. 19 Mad
lion itret, in Memphis. Tenn., at 11 o'llock
a.m., on OettPinhrr 31, iftHtf.
Uy order ol the Board of Directors.
N AP01.KON UI1.I., PrefiJent.
A'tratt Henry J. Lynn, Cathltr.
I'euii'kil, leun., lleoember 14, 1886.
Sim
ft
SiOlC
Funeral Directors,
toH&Co
H i 4 'aaji
i
KRISS KRLME'S UIDOW.
What the Jolly Old Soul Hat
To Say To Memphis. .
S&" There is nothing in either An-'
oient or Modern History to prort
that Kries Kringle ever had a wife,
and therefore, as he is neither dead,
nor never was married, it is impossi.
ble for him to have a widow.
Bat it is pofsible, and it is Uua
that the Misfit Clothino Par
LOR8, 262 Seeond street, are making
special CHRISTMAS OFFERS ia
fine Suits, Tants and Overcoats.
Do You Want An Overcoat ?
Every one is anxious to gave a
much as possible when buying. The)
Overooats you get at the Hum
Clothing Pablors are cheap, be
cause they are not only low in price,
bnt also high in quality.
OVERCOATS for the man with but
a few dollars.
OVERCOATS for the men wh
wants fine drets.
OVERCOATS for everybody and at
everybody's prices.
DO YOU WANT A SUIT?
Yon want a good Christmas Pres
ent for yourself. You want a Real
Nice Suit, and you don't want to pay
ahighprioe for it. Well, the Mis
fit Parlous can accommodate you.
We have high quality Suits at low
prices, and magnificent and costl
Suite which we are soiling at lest
than half their original value.
PLATOONS OF PANTS,
It is a mistake to buy poor Pants
when tho Misfit) Clotuinq Par
lors will sell you good Tailor-made
Pants at very low figuros. Remem
ber, all alterations to insure a Per
fect Fit, done free of oharge.
MISFIT
Clothing Parlors
2C2 Second Street,
Opp. Court Square, Memphis, Trniu
Open evenings until 9 ; Saturdays,
Ttntil 11 o'clock.
ZELLNER&CO
RECEPTIONS.
Black RatlB Beaded Ullppcra
(wrth 95.00) for M.SO.
Beat qaalllw ;Blaek Battel Boota
(wortn 19.00) for S.OO.
Broaaa Btattoa. Boota, IDa XT
IIela (worth 910.00) for fS.OO.
Cardinal, Black, Old Bold, Palo
Bine Bulla flllppera, rcdaced
to a.uo.
Pale Blue and Pink Kid Slippers
rodaetd to 82.50.
a-Thefe 'ioedi are Decided Bar--S
a-aaina, and all those in need of-M
arany will do well to acme aarlyso
fand leeara the right fit before) the"a
awaeiortment In liaa ii broken. -
Zellner & Go.
300 MAIN STREET.
Notice to Contractors.
S BALED PROPOSALS for the reballdlnaj
ol tha County Jail at Sorneml a, Tenn.,
are hereby advertiaed ler. Contraetori da
airlna to bid for thli work wi'l pleaie II
fnelr'proroial. with the Clerk of tne Connt
Cnnrt of Vayett Count on or before MON
DAY. JANUARY S, 1WT. It ii eipeotd
that the brick, and other material now oo
tha irounda. Ineladtna walla, ao far aa tha
are nnnd, will be'naed in the rebmldina.
Sad bid. are Mked for an thai baala. Plaa
and apacifi -atixni will he ihown eontraotora
on auplioation to the Connty Court Clerk.
The eountr rxpeoii to ry for tha work i
CASH not in warrant!), and eontractira w
reanlate their bids acordinnly. Huht
raieat any and all bida i rnn-rred.
reieoiau, iXiqi)ua.M
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