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TAILOR, DRAPER & IMPORTER
: Wo. 38 MJLDISOW BTXXXT,
fi li receipt ! ft larrer, aor
lsted stack af CASSJHIIS,TroaSTEDS, ICIT1N6S
ui 0TEKC0XTI5GS, (all
Ural.) tkaa wu Tr shew
Uk UMfriioi the choicest designs, finest textures
ui n.ett 4 arable goeds la gentlemen's wear.
' Staples ui Pricei oa
who have left aneasarea.
290 MAIN STREET,
NEW AUCTION HOUSE.
WEwoutdresnectfullyennouneatothe pablio thatw. hav. opened an A notion Hooso,
4 lit J ,V. H........I AnMtnti Riaiti..- at nnr nill atjad. 193 ftlHln
T . I1U will couauut. v. u.i U . ... " ,
Sfreeit, in tbe Webster Blook. Having secured
Uoq to the "ale of Haul Etate and solicit liberal patronage, as our motto l yu lun. nn iiM
and PROMPT tjKTfLKMtNTd. Wo will make special ratal with Attoriiejs, Adminis
trators. Aaaianees. 6hriff3. Commissioners and Ouirdiens. Sales at our halefrooms dully
atlUo'oloek a.m. and atTo'olock p.m., and Trade ba'ei one; a weak, .th. day to ba an
Bounced hereafter. Cotii(tnment of Merehand'sa of every kind sn'leited.
H. lIKlsTltOt-F ate CO., LiccuMHl Auctioneers.
J. B. MnTtONALD. a1man.
JSIJOO Or Fit 4 C'OMPAX Y !
Wednesday..-- A M ASCOTfE
Tourada (By special request)
Tit' RKIKAL KAF.
Mew fear's Mitlne. Tttnt MIKADO
Hew i ear's Mght
iHIHM or KOBWA7IBT. -
January -T--ROLAND FEED.
i HAPPY MEW YEAR to ALL
MB HAS ARRIVED And w'H Positively
Appeu TUIi WEEK.
THE fWQ.fOarKP curl.
srA Mon'trous Bill of Attractions will be
introduced tbls weak.
aWTbjeo I1 loon Crowded with Curiosities,
and a Grand Double Proframme in
' OVH BIJOU THKATEB.
Hi ADM fl IAN TO AT,T, 10
SETTER DOO White and black; imall
site. Alao, POINTER 1)00, white, with
black ear, and b aok (put on back, yery
lane K- Persrd.l'r timed to
L. B. McVaULANI), It Madison ft.
PAIR or Eye-Glasseatd Chain, on Main
str'ett. Menday afternoon. Liberal r.-wi-.rd
given, if returned to 188 Union street.
DOQ Lmn and white Setter. 'Answers
to aaaia at bam. Return and tie re
warded. C. B. CliAKKE.
MADAME FAN NAYS The celebrated
(Jinny Clairvoyant and Test Medium,
177 Third st-cet. neir Poi lar.
WAMTBD A DIVOIUIK The above
caption, 1 know, will attract ome
atttntion, and I foul aura aomn innenioua
mdividuul will Qnd croundi on wbi b I can
obtaiu a divorce. HitoouRh several lawyara
to whom I rtt'cd my rasec uld find none.
I lave beon marrifd two years and ein lit
months, Aiy husband i a ocd lo king man
ef4(l;ear; is ant addii-ted to driakj indict,
has no viaet (hit 1 know of, and while ha
loves me and supplies me with my evory
want, yat, thm t'n 1 am athamed 1 1 aay it, I
love him n t. ai'ii tharelnre, nndar a ficti
tious name and tddrasa, oflfr S25 or oneol I.
bamelson A t'n.'a bcautilul Mier i aum
Cct as a reward lo an r individual who can
show me on wbM aront d I can get the aiore
aaid divuror , and be on thoraby earn s nice
Chriatmaa p' a-tiiit. Add-as,in confldonco,
tINlltPI'Y WIPK, Appeal uflice.
CISTERNS-Bullt and repaired and war
ranted. Inventor the Sanitary Port
landCemont Pui p. Contractor ond briok
!?.' Tf'V"W. THOH C1THHTNH.
WAti I ED.
SCRAPIRON "tore and Machinery Scrap
lrn BT. UUld MALLKAULK IKON
CO., Bt. Louis, Mo.
OOOK AaplyatNo. 71 Unloi atreat. Need
not aoiue on cm well recommended.
TOCK REKPKR A good atook keeper)
nnsi oi ra rrirBi rwunuu- mum
CIIA3. ftEK7,0H A HHP . SC6 Main 8t.
SALESMEN In averv StaU in the U'.Joa
toreiiresent a PAIST MANUFACTUR
ING EcTAbLISnMENT having aeveral
Sraoui-Tiaa tht ara popular and easy sell
Inn. Can be handled alone or in oonneotion
with other gcoda. Address TUB WM. B.
PRICP MAKUFft. CO.. BALTIM0R8. MP.
LADIES and Gentlemen, in oity or coun
try, ta take lU lit work at their homea,
tl.SO foM UIa day eaallyma lei work aant
by mail; no einvsing We have a good de
mand for our work, and furnish stendvam-
l(ivu:ent. Artdrosa, witn stamp, lauan
fi It ;i'., r. , inn riMVi'iumnni'i yum.
Apply at thia office.
12.1 VANOK ST.
MES, women, toya. girls to earn 170 per
month at their own homes; oostly out
lit of samples, a package of goads and full
instruo looa for 100. to hrlp pay pos ane.
1iI,ih H. C. Rnaat.L A Co.. Mutland. Vt.
lOTTAUB-To rent a flrst-olasa cotta?e, '
near car I me. Call at or addreaa Room K,
Cotton Eicliaate Building.
LJ ITU A Tl O N By a young man from Vir
O cinia, either in wholesale or retail dry
goods or rrooery nous, as sales re an or aselai-antbook-keapar.
Uave had 2 jaara exne-
Ikinoe in bot'i lines, r-alary no object. Very
est of Were ace aa to character and buti
P. 0. hoxjn Lvnchhurg.'Va.
llLl J n 1 1 0 O lg'allkl A JiiPaaa
liniiJi v'n ' vvuu nuuia
ALKSVI.N-la thia tuu f r Blair'a
tinlA Vnnnain Pane.. Neit aaimnVs aant
(or t (wtMi.eala priee). THE POPULAK
0UNT1N PrN ,(., 57 Rr..adway. N. Y.
TITUIi K XK)K Ra'ereaoea required 1 371
TV Adams at. rap aurme morning nonrs.
SITU ATiTn- Bf aa axperiaocad and prao
tioiil plaatauoa manager; best of ref
erences la; correspondence aolicl'el.
Addreaa .. "M AN AttKR,"
Care "Oramerolal." Pine Bluff, Ark.
A TIAY BOARDKRiJ At ,
CUAr IRUN-A qiDUtf of lovtt
atih Bft r rflrao Imn ftDd oil w wdmII.
LOclJ MALLKABLK IRON CO
8t. Lonia Mo.
tku A blLVatt For caan oral
V ehaiu. . Vtll.f ORH. ,lawa 24 Man
OOD Cuhnu Chamharmaid.
At 72 Madison street.
UKt" l ti-lt.avrr. t.iwn tn sell Pianos
and Ortena NillICH cn . M.mnh.a.
OTAMPING A1, EMUROIDERING To
ij eruer (3 bait tUs- ,(
LAY'S KMPORIUM. .
PAN An inlalllaarv .......
mftn to fJD
ruaaeni. ,a Ilia owra....itM -
nsibla boot,. A retns..u,;l. tai.. n
,ght party. Riady ! References
MfUrjrrJo"!, v" """ vtaringllouaa,
Flue Jewelry t KLfard'u.
varies and better
tkU teasoa'i Importa-
ia tliis market. Tki
application U those
, w 7 , . . , . . T .
toa services of MJ. J. It. MeDONALD.the
LOST, 8T0I.EN OR STRAYED.
f REYDOUMD Amal blaok greyhound:
It was luat aiAn an Main atreat between
Union and Madiion; liberal reward to find
er. Ad Ira's n. r.. inn omca.
ROOMS AM) BOARD.
00 MS Desirable rooms and beard at 49
market atreat, corner reconq
DESIRABLE ROOMS Wita ooard, at
72 MADISON BT.
ST. JAMES UOUBB Corner Seonnd and
Adams atree a Rooma and board, 5 pal
week; day 0oarl,l3tu
00D BOAKD-liy the day or weak
At an in ra eireet.
TlnoVa Tn anrnrnlabad rooma.
I 133 ADAMS BT.
ICKLY FURNISHED ROOM! Wit
bard. at a. ou mmi street.
TABLE BOAllD-fhe best the market ai
fards, At 87 COU KT STREET.
NEWLY furnished front room, with ale
cant board, for single gentlemen t 87
UOOMS-PIaaeant urnith-d rooms, wlti
board, f or Indies or gentian en. Terms
very reasonable. 312 Conrt hatepdod.
TKriTlirlTt. front rnnma. ainala or an
D suite, furnished or unfurniahad, with or
without hoard : ntlcr room. l"4-inr, rnnrrw
"1HEATEST BARGAINS IN FURNI
IT TURK All Kinds fancy Rockera, etc
Everything marked down.
AM KB. ukatub at t'tl-. .tv main it.
C1KDAR FbNCINU POSTS By
J W. R. LARKtS, Larkinsville, Ala.
jyjCLEd, PONIES AND STEERS
UNION ETOCK YARDS,
Call on DR. J. A. BKOWN.
1 1H AMBER'S FOLDING MACIUNK-But
little used, and in good oondition. Ap-
It at AffttAt. urn 1 11.
ftn 10T8 In tre trowing town of AR-
and (J. P. 11 K. ' w i drp .ta in tho town.
This town ia located in Whini(ton county,
Mies , 7(1 mile" abov, VirHebumani lUlmi'cl
below Memphia, in Ihe cenur vf the fiueat
cotton country in 'he worl i, on the High
Panksoi Deer creek. For further in forita
tion address JaS. D. SMII U.
ClOTTAUE-Uand'orae new cottage on Mis--Mreiwd
ave.; li t'Oil1)!!. A id L., Appeal.
ONE 35 H. P. "Faniuahar" Ste,.m Engine
and lioriiontal K Tubular Bo.ler, com
plete: all good as new; has not reen f:ur
months aotual service. Alan, one new lVo. i
"Fay"R'Sw Machine. ith 2H inch siw.
Applyto R. '. W"UHS, Cottim Yx. Building.
AT A BARGAIN A stood paying German
B. ardinghouse in Helena, Ark., owner
wiabina to rc'ire. F r lurtbar particulars,
it quire at BKUNKR'B. In llelena, Ark.
COTTON SEKD Alien Long Htaplo CoU
ton Seed 60 cents oar bunhelin lotaol
not less than 1U0 bushels. ..
WTII.KS ANT) DftAYS Addraaa"
K.,3n5 Mi'si'Siptd avenue.
TWO MULES AND DRAYrt.
Address W., thisoBea.
1 OT Choioo Fort Pickering lot; no oity
taxes. DK, H I4M()N, am wain at.
Liu rjur bno-vueai', at
Ar rKAu Urni-K.
'OH bALE CUK1P-N0, 6 Washington
good as new. Inquire at No. 37 Union t.
T F. A. Jones k Co. 'a., one nica gentle
buggy MAKE that any lady oan driva
or ride perfectly safe.
KESI DENCB-Nos. W and HH Market at. 1
in food repair; lot 7Kgl4S- Applyto
M. O. KKNNKDV.47 Mo.hv .t
ROOMS FnrnUhed roomi
at 72 Conrt street.
TOBE Corner Hernando road and Brooks
avenue, eon'h ot Nonconnan. Applyto
JUtia tr tv A tl A 11 1 Qi" mien.
TWO NEW COTTAOES-112 'fl per month.
Inquire at 1 M) fa burn avenue.
TUB GILBERT PLACE Corner Haybura
avenue and Jackson strout; two-story
frame, about 24 acre" I md, Iruiia of all kind,
fine Iruit and vi'getablo gaiden. Will rent
for a aeries of years. Also, another place,
some six acre', near Gaaton'a; fine vines
and Iruit, with resilience.
L. 1). McFAKLANP.22 Madison rt.
R0OM Peroral deal-able rooma in Ma
sonio Temple, lrn"i Janunrv 1. 1887.
Applyto BUN t. PHICU,
at oftVe of Home Insurance C".
00 MS Furnished or un'uriilahed; een
Ual location; terms moderate.
Ki Mad son street.
f tUOICE aFFlCE-On second floor. 834
I Main street, corner Union. Apply at
3fi Union, JOS. LKNOW.
NEW SIORB-Houtheasteorner Main and
PuplaraU. M. K CON A W AY. 28t Main,
SPLENDID rooms. Inrntahed or unfur
nished, with board. 180 LINDEN ST.
iFFICES AND ROOMS At 69 Madison
. 11 .1 t. . I- 1.(1 H U.J1...
street. c m. n.a 1 nn, jo w.uib.,u.
LARGE STORB-First floor and cellar,
w th aide and rear entrenoes, Not. Jul
and 303 Main street.
gFHCBS No. W2 Second atreat.
WKLLING I.OOoart e tre el.
VACANT LCTS-Applyto -E.
B. BNOWDES or J.L. GOODLO,
38 Madieon street.
OOMS Pleasant rooma, furnished II
d -sired , with relerencea, at iiv Maaiaoa.
FF1CE Firat floor .
At xt Malison street.
4EL.EG NT RwOMh At (W Market atieeti
einkle or en suite, furniere.l or EBlor
niahed, aood water, and ' ear business.
S" TORKHOUoE-Kour story and baaameal
atorehouae No, 2M Froi t stroet.
M ALbll" I . Ull MJ U at l u
No. IMMaln Street.
No. ) Main Street.
No. an Main Street.
fAMM l,H. la , 4 Vaillanei Bt.
A on'v to
Xnlfurd, Jeweler, 294 Main atreet,
ollciU t)r4era from the cootitry.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL- THURSDAY,
MURDER WILL OUT.
1 CLEtT TO THE JUST! A8SAS-
A Krgro Sow la Jail for Larceny
Suspected of the Crime III
On the nisbt cf tbe !)th o( Jane
last a doable mariler was commitied
at tbe little frame grocery on the
rigeon Koont road, anoat a mile ratt
of the city limits, occupied by Pnul
end Rosa Jaeli, an aged Italian couple.
When the do ice arrived on tba acene,
a little befoie m ilnight, they fouad
Jastl and hia wita lying dead on the
floor in a pool ol ineir own blood.
They appeared to have been dead for
an hour or niore, and a halchet with
its blade staked with tore,
fonrd close by them, iidicated
but too painty by what
means death had come. Robbery was
evidently tbe motive of tbe crime, as
the old c; uple were reputed to have
large snma cf money on the prt niiaee.
Dan Jones, a colored man who lives
within a few yards ol the grocery,
seems to be the only person who
heard tbe sUUic'e fjr life. He said
be heaid old Mrs. Juhti screaui and
ran to hia door and called, but got no
answer, lie sot his sun and ran ud
the hill, and in comp try wiih two
neighbors HrygB uwis and Ander
eon entered Justi's house, where they
lonnd tiue tcne above ceain bed. JNo
clew to the perpetra'ors of the
crime were ditovered, a'.tHough
eeveial negroes were arrestud
on suspicion, but in the absence of
cinv ncing evidence they were dis1
chaigrd. The detectives and tthtr
dllLers of the law, icsp'red by the
Lope ot tr.e rewird i.t fi&oo .which
was olleied by lela lvs ol the tie
ceased, scoured the country fur a clew,
bat tbetr searcn wab Iruit oje, and
THB MUBPEBKH KEPT Ull BKCBKT
nntil a few days ago a drunken negro
made boasts tuat will doubtless bring
the perpetrator cf the hellish ciime
to i ual ice. Mr. Jha. filiman, a re
spectablo citizen of Kerrville, mived
lu tbe city ve-tsrriay, and in conver
ration with Wm, Quinn, of Main and
Wathiogton s reets, tenorted that it
was an open secret in Kerrville that a
colored man named J. Mingo Jones
had boaiud to a number ol negroes,
wmie under tbe incidence ol liquor,
HI HAD KILLED TRB JCJT1S.
The story spread nntil it reached the
ears of a ctt ten cf Keirville, who re
memberrd that ai w days alter the
murdtr Jones was Been in pseeession
of immense Bums of money, which be
was spending rather freely. Thia,
taken in connection with his own
statements, formed a ground of suspi
cion np in which Mr. Quinn advised
Mr. Fillman to swear oat a warrant
anainst J. Mingo Jones, charging him
with the mnrdereltbe Jnetis. Act
inn upon that advica Mr. Fillman ap
peared before Justice Egnew and
made the necessary hffidavit, and in
accordance therewith a warrant was
issued and a preliminary trial
will be nad belore said Justice tomor
TBI SU8PKCTKD MAN IS NOW IN JAIL
charged with larceny, but access to
him ast night was impo?elb!e, as tbe
Sheriff bad iesuesi orders tj permit no
one toeee hira. An A reaaL reporter
called at the County Jail last night to
see the prisoner, but was denied ad
mission for that purpose undir the
belief that an lottrvlnw with a report
er might tend to defeat the ends of
er Jots rather a btd reputation in the
neignboinooa ot Kerrville and is eftia
to have admittnd the killing ol a pad
dkr years agi in this vicinity.
Pan FrauclHco, Oil., December 29.
The rain stoini which began yeiiterdey
in the nnr hi ra part ol the &Ut3 graa
ua;ly worked southnurd, and today
rain is falling over a great part of Cal
St. Paul, Minn., Djcmber 20. A
Fargo sopcial says: Uuitnd Sales
Marrjhal Mariata hai decided to tc-
s'gu to ui. It in rumored that he will
htt appointed Terri.orial Auditor by
Chiesgi. III.. December 29,-Tbe
Journal B oomington, III., special says
Myers and Daley, two mtudle-weigbta
from bL Liouis, r.ad a tigbt near liloom
iogton las', night. Daley was knocked
out. do details.
Johnetnwn. N. Y., December 29.
Charles King a glove leather esia'il sh
ment was burned Ja-t nigLt, Sixty
men are thrown out t f employment.
The Ikbs is tstimated at about 150,000;
lntu ance Jj,(.0J.
Milwaukee, Wis,, Deoember 29.
The evidence in the ii.iy View riot
I ctai wi'.s concluded this morning, and
I ,v t I I t
IUO SlfUlURUU UI WUUDOl ,10 UUW 1U
progress. The caie will go to the jury
Cincinnati, O., December 29. The
directors ot the " Whifky Pool ' are in
sersion here today. Mr. Kidd, of Des
Moinex, who has had some objections
to the working of the awcciaiion, is
here, and it is eatd there is a f ilr pros
pect thit his objection will be met
and he wi:l retuin his mi mbfrbip.
The section continues tins aitumnon
Lis Vejrs, T.x.. D-cembr 29.
Capl. A. B. Spirtow, of London,
Jasiand, nomm tiudsu.cido here ves'
terday. lie cams here in June lat
and invested $75,000 in a brgua cattle
company. The inveetmmt proved an
entire lisfl, and left bim without
means ol support. He ended nis tx
isieace by a pistul ehot.
8!. Loula, Mo., December 29. The
Frank P. B air, Puet No. 15, Q. A. R ,
had a memo'ial meeting ton'ght in re
eocet to the memory of Gi n. J. A.
Logan. Several eolog'stio speeches
were mine and an appropriate me
Cincinnati, O., December 29. Since
his return from St. Lonis and Chicago
Col. L. O. Weir, superintendent of
the Adams Express company, tias
stated that tbe amount stolen last uc
tober was between $81,000 and $8J,
0 K). He had charge of the payment
cf these lotses at the time of the
Chiraw. 111. .December 29. A meet
ing of the Cliicago Rate Committee
was bald today lor the tnrroie ol ad
vancirg rales on grain and i's products
la line with the rates cdop'id by tbe
Chicago ai d Ohio rmr po d lines yes
terday. The revision ia to the interior
points, and it is s ipuised the eame
action will he tiken by the cemmit-
tetaat r-t. JLonlu, unciunatl and la
R ading, Pa., December TO. By a
prematuie explr.eion (I powder In
Lwrenee Brown A Co. 'a colliery tt
Frackvlbe. Schuylkill couuty, tody
Thomai Fieher wes to badly burned
that be died eoon alter w trds. Richard
Perm was badly burned and Ilarry
McOormack hurled quite a distance
and had an arm broken. Three Ital
ians, names unknown, were frightfully
bnrned and scalded.
Mobile, Ala.. December 26. The
ttemb?at Bradish Johnaon, nsed at a
boarding bouse at Jackson, Ala,
where the Wast Alabama railroad
bridge Is building, was burned at 10
n'c'ocklatt night. Two whites, Otis
MjUlroy of Mobile and Dm Mitaouse,
are missing. Two negroes were
drowned, and it is believed tbat ten
others, all nrg-uea, periled la tbe
liimeesnd ten others drowned.
Cinclnra'l. O. Decembnr 9. A
meeting of the American Purchasing
and I-eaaing Ass ciition (whisky pool)
was he:d here totlavand rui'ed very
eatisfactorily. Mr. Kidd, of Pee Moines,
who was expec'ei to give some
trouble, was induced to remain in
the pool. Tbe production and price
for the nent month remain un
changed: 13 per cent, of capacity
and $1 13 respectively.
Pit'ebnrg. Pj.. December 29 The
Aldance accommodation on tbe Fort
Wayne railroad jumped the track near
Danington, O , fony milee west of
Pit:aburg, laet evening, wrecking two
patenyer coitlies and a basags car.
Four passengers and two eaip'nye a re
ceived pain'ul but not serious Injuries
end a numb jr of ethers were slightly
bruised and cut. The accidoLt was
caused by a broken frog.
Chicago, III., December 29 A spe
cial to the AVuvi fiom Ualesburg', 111.,
Bays: The (ialesbuig Opera llouso,
owned by a company oi tint name,
consist i eg of U. Ilrecliwald & Uo. and
Aaion aah, was to'ally deetroyed by
fire this evening. The fire caught in
the ec entry of the third etnry froiil a
defective line. The building cost
$75,000 ; Insured for $25,000. Other
lcsne.1 will aggregate 110,000 to JL'0,000.
Pitttburg, Pa.. December 29. A
bate knuckle prize tUht between two
heavy weight Iron woikars n.nied
Baker and White, took placa on the
banks of the AI (gheny liver in the
Tenth Warn, at an early hour this
morning. Twenty oe ri.unds were
(ought, resulting In the defeat of
White. Tbe "mill" lasted forty five
minu'es. and wai pronounced one of
the bloodiest battles ever fought in
Chicago, 111., December 29. A spe
cial to the AVifi from Sioux City, Ia.,
says: The brewer Arenedorff aud his
friends, charged with Ihe assaesina-
tion of tbe Rv. Mr. Haddock, are no
longer pressed for ready money. It is
reported today that $3000 had b?en
sent to ArensilorfT by the brewers in
Cincinnati and Milwaukee. The
brewers in a number of tbe principal
cities have been told tbat Arensdorff
is innccenf, and tlia' be has been
singled out as a victim by temperance
fanatics becanse he is the most fjromt
nent brewer in Sioux City.
TURKIXU THE TABLES.
Dave Dcrarls Arreelad for Hallcloaa
On Tuesday last a white man
named O. A. Lock wood was arrested
on complaint of Dave Dergln, charg
ing bim with abusive language and
threats to kill. When the case came
np before Judge Hadden Derqin failed
1 1 appear to prosecute, and L ick wood
was discharged. Tbe latter then
swore ont a warrant against Dergin
for malicious prosecution. Uihoer
Kehn, who had the warrant in charge,
found D.'rgin at tbe Lou'sville and
Nashville 'rain lust night at 10 o'clock
in hunter's uniform, lie was prompt
ly arrested, and lodged in tue station
iioose in default of $r0 foifeit. He
explains bis failure to prooecute Lock-
wood by saying that the witnesses
were not in the city. Judge lladden
will pais on tbe case today.
AUrlniile Handnll In HiMcotte.
The Ma cotte was the operat e attrac
tirn pr6tei.tjd by the Adelaide Ran
dall Coirpaoy laet evoniog. Tt o au
dience, a small one, eeemtd pleased
with the peifomivire, but no enthu
s asm wai m.tnifeated. It wai the beet
ihing done by the company during tho
week, and yet it whs not by any
means a etrong peiformauce. There
was quite an amount of funny buei
ne?s introduced by Tarns, who ap
peared as' Lorer i)' but it wa bur
lesque ins'ead of comedy, M ea Ran
dall as "B ttira" was very attractive
and sang tbe role r.Iculy. Had sbe
bien well and Btrorgly supported the
opera would have ten tucccss'ully
rendered. Tonight The Bridal Trap
will be reproduced, and tomorrow
night Fri-ivtts of Trtb zonde will be
T,"mma H Tnrljop tn W ft Bainna of
al, 30x220 feet on Wellington street;
aleo, 87,i22l) fnnt on same street; con
Mra AH.Hu ll.lr.oMi In fl T. flavirl.
son, lots 14, 15 and 10 of Eppv White's
subdiviMon ; consideration, t-iuo.
PITTSBURG, PA., December 29.-Nlght-Rivcr
7 feet on ihe gauge and falling.
Weather clear and cold.
CINCINNATI. 0.. UecemborM-Nliiht
River 27 feet .'I', inches on the gauge and
rising. Weather clear; thermometer iir,
River II foeti inohen on the gaugeand full
ing and full ol toe. Wealhur cloudy and
CAIRO. ILL., December M.-Nlght-Rlver
20 left 8 iiichus on the guatie and falling.
Weati or cloudy and cold. No urrivula or
EVANSVILT.E, 1ND., December 211
Nl-ht Klver 22 eet2 inches on thegiuge
aod falling. Weather cloudy; thermome
ter 25. Overdue: Uranite State, Mem
phis. LOUISVILLE, KY.. December 29. Night
R'vr rising: 10 leet V inches in the
canal and 8 feet 7 inches on the falls.
Weather. olnudy and cord and light snowla l.
Arr.ved: Guiding Star, New Orleans;
Resolute, Merashis. Departed: Guiding
Star, Cincinnati; Kcolu o, Caalro.
MntforiTB, 801 Wain.
yrnp of Fin,
Manufactured only by tbe California
Fig Syrup ; Company, San Francisco,
Cal , is nature's own true laxative. It
is the most easily taken and the most
pleasantly effective remedy known to
cleanse the system when bilious or
costive; to diepol headaches, colda
and fevers; to cure habitual constipa
tion, indigestion, etc. For sale in 60
cents and $1 bottles by H. J. Helster
and all leading dmgis's; Van Vlet
A Co., O. W. Jones dt Co., W. N. WU-
b.,., n Ar fi fl M.,naftulrl A fin. haVA
been appointed wholesale agents at
Monogram Itwnirlfat. Miilford.
Mbmphis Stenu Itnudry finish
shirU specially for evening wear.
Holiday TraMiM. Hf nlford'a.
MaMPiiia rteaui LAUnc'ry, No. 224
Second street. Ca ld,.aad deliveries
iBillulItiuifM Mt Mnlford'n.
Gold l'eua at Molford's.
DECEMBER 30. 15?G.
CONSOLIDATED AT LAST.
THE OLD 1SD If E1T STREET CIB
Termi Upon Which the Fusion Was
Effected Nanus Suggested
Tbe much talked of consolidation of
the two street railway companies was
conrnmmated yesterday. A l ihe nee
eraary papers have teeu signed, and
in a few days a permanent oranai
lion will be etl'icled for the merged
companies. Mes rs. Taylor nod tar
roll are no longer connected with
eithtr ot the companies. Each held
stock and bouds iu the Citix W Rtil
way Company ti the amount of $18,
0C0, which representod an investment
of $ 10,000. Bit for their s'renuons
otijitctions, the consilidation would
have been accomplished weeks ago.
Iu order to remove their objections, a
pntchase became nects'ary. Mr. Tay
lor named $2i,0:0 rah r his figure,
and Mr. Carroll $12,000 cash and
$12 000 iu bonds of the consolidated
company. Mr. Napoleon Hill wes
g veu an op'ton el lorty-eignt noun
on tbe former proposition and ten
dayson the latter. He accepted them
both yesterday, and Mr. Taylor re
ceived $24,000 in cash, and Mr. Car
roll $12,000 in rash and a ptodge oi
$12,010 more In the bonds of the con
solidated company, to be dtdivered as
soon as they can be issued.
The comomuiion ws tluctea wpon
the termB contained in the Ai'I'IAL
yesterday : Coneolidated bonds to the
amount cf $1,000,000 are ta be irvued.
Of this amount $100,000 of bonds are
to be bold in trust for tbe redemption
of a like amonnt of bonds istued by
the old company and which ar now
outstanding. The proceed of the sale
of $11,0,000 consolidated bonds, which
ara worth pir, ate to be expended in
improving the property of the old
compauy oy rolajing new rails and
purchas ng new itrproved care. Five
hundred thousand dol'ara in bonds
are to go to the stockholders of Ihe
old company, aud the remaining $,100,
000 iu bonds to the B'.cckhulders ot
the new company, who were to retire
the $200 000 In bonds now bold by
them. Stock to tbe amonnt of $1,00,),
000 was also to be issued, wh en will
be divided equally between the two
Pending permanent organ'aation tbe
two companies will be run as hereto
fore, but in a few days a new presi
dent and Roaid of Directors, will be
chosen. The presidency ol the new
company will doubtless go to a mem
ber of tbe Citiaana' Railway Company,
but npnn whose el.oulders the niant e
will fall is undecided. Mr. Napoleon
Hill can have it it he will accept, but
be is understood to have intimntt d that
his business engagements will make it
impossible for him to give it the atten
tion it requires. Mr. J. T. Fargason
will probably decline tor similar rea
sons; alBO Mr. W. D. Bethel,
Meters. R. B. Saowden andtieoige
Arnold have been snggested, aod it is
not unlikely that to one of them the
responsibilities cf the position will
Mr. Thomas Barrett's attitude to
the new company caanoi bs definitely
asceiUiued. Whether he will take
active part in i s management no one
seems witling to tell. Mr. Barrett
himself declares prsilively that he
will not consent to be superin'endetit,
but further than that tbe Appial re
porter could not get him to commit
himself. It is IhB geneially accepted
theory on the streets, however, among
those who ate well Infotmed thut he
will probably be closely connected
with its mauegTuent undiTsoino sucu
title as "geneial manager."
Just what etl 't:t the cot solidalloo
willjhavo upon the character of the
cervice given to tbe public ie, of
course, only a mitter of conjecture,
but it is the generally acmeptud bolinf
that R'remt tn ttloria will be made to
popular' tho new company aa far at
possible, aud wi ha view to that end
it is predicted that new street o.trs will,
as soon ai pnicicable, bs put upon the
tracks of the old company.
In Odd Fellows' Building, is the place
to Luy hat", bonntti aud hair goods.
Superior goide and low priefs oau al
ways be had there.
Scaly, Itchy Skin,
AnU All Iionlna; andral klaand
lonlp Dlaeaaew tarod by
PSORIASIS, Eoaerna, Tetter. Ringworm.
Lichen, Prorilua, Scald Head, Milk
Crust, Dandruff Barber,', Bal ers'. Urocers'
and Washerwoman's I'oh, and every si ce es
ot Itching, Burning. Soaly, I'imply llume'S
of tbe hkin and hcalp. wiih Loss of Hair,
... nmiii.alv enrad h CtiTinuaa. the great
Skin Cure, and CuTiciuaa Soar, an ei'iuiaita
Skin lleautiner externally, ana uuthub.
U run ,f. th. new Blood Purifier inter
nally, when physiolans aud all otter reme-
I'NOKIAMN, IIK MC'ALT NUIW.
I.John J. Case, D.D.B., having praot'eel
-nit.ir in thl. eountv for thirty-five years
and being well known to thouaanda herea
bouts, with a view to help any who aie af
fl'CSud aa I have been for the past twelve
yearrf le.tllr that the Cuticiika Hkukmm
cured ma of Psoriasis, or rionlv r-kin. In
eight days, after thr dootora with whom I had
c, insulted save me n paiunr encouniiiei-p,
Nowton, N.J. JOHN J. CAbB. D.U.8.
Yonr CiiTicoa RxvaDias performed awon
.ia.r..i ,,p. I,.., aiimmar on nno of our cus
tomers, an old gentlem u Ol seton y yuarsof
a. e, wno suuerru witn a ynariunr mew unnn.
eruption on his head and face, mid who bad
tried a'l remedies nud doctors luno uuriioie,
Uexaroana. Ark. J. F. BAlll 11 A CO.
rVNTrANrila. 4F hVkMM.
II. B. Carpenlor, Henderson, N. Y., cured
M Dm i. wtmm 1. n, f.aro.v. of twenty y,ais
atanrlina. bv Ci'Tieu.a KmitDiria. Than est
wonderful cure on record. A dutpanful ol
aoales tell from him daily. Physicians and
hia lriends thonsh' he mu t ale.
K4ZEM& IIAIUCALI.Y 4 IIRFII.
For the radical cure of an obstlnsle ease af
Ecsemaof lona standing. I give entire oiedlt
to the Ci'Ticits rtrnxiiiKH.
K. B. RlUUARDSoN, New Haven, Conn
Sold by all d-ugglst". Price! CttTimjgi, 60
cants; Rgaoi.veNT, ll.C'i hoar, 26 cams
PoTTse Duvo and Cbkuioal Uii., Boaton.
Hand for "H w lo I'nrsi atklai Ulafwaea.'
11 V A TTTJFY tha Complexion and Skin
JI Tj A U by naing tee QpTiinaa Soar.
, I T FX UtOU.
j .it m . . . w. . . ,
iin Thras worn ootwlia rains, Acnes
... . . . .-.
and we.hness nr a r-ies
nalwasai in lhe ajiscairia jama
fJIVln sm-. Atdrurglet,2 e,
Wlmri-r F VI ns a au-.
Ooids, I'lenri.y, Rheuma'ism, Pnunioiila,
Nauraliia. Wolatica, Lumbaso, Bol.a ha
aod other ailm- nta, for whi h Bent, n a tap
cine lMtaM are admitted to he tha best
.-...t. k.... Th, v ralieva and cure In a
te hours when no other application ia o! tha
least benefit. Indorsed by H Poy.iciana
and UrtiKxieta. Beware ot imitations under
.ill.- -A nw nimm. .nah aa Caiist-
eum." "i.e. slain" or'0aps'olne." Aag ml
Baax.a'e io Tta go uTgaas. Eaauima
carefully when v-n hov. All dmgg sts.
0 8 ' DlAl'lI Hi A JOI1NHON,
ilMprietort, Mew Yerk.
For Toilet Use.
A jar's Hair Vigor keeps the hair soft
and pliant, imports to it the luatrn nnd
freshneas of youth, cauaes it to grow
luxuriantly, eradicate Dnodrtiff, cure
all scalp diacnaos, and ia the moat cleanly
of all hair preparation u
AVFR'Q II:l,r Vigor lina Riven ma
MI 1-11 O pirfect HiitiafiH tidti. I vrwa
nearly luild fur aix ynura, during whirh
time t UM'il nmny linir prriiarutimut, but
without aiH'cvNg'. linli'iiil, wliut litlln
hair 1 had, win grow ing tliiuiu-r, until
I tried Avar'rt ll.iir Vlunr. I naed two
bottles of Hie Vijiiir, and my head Is now
Well covered with a new nrowili of liair.
Jutloou II. I'liupel, lVaboily, Mu.ss.
HAIR ,,int nV bwwme weak, gray,
BlMin mill fiaAoit, may have new Ida
nnd color reiloted to it by tho nan of
Ayer's Hair Viror. Mv Imlr wan thin,
fu'ded, anil dry, and fell out iu litrge,
nitnntitiea. A'ver'a Huir Vigor alniied
tlin fHlling, nud restored my Imir to ils
original eulor. Aa a ilnwaing fur thej
lmir, tliia preparation lina no eiiiul.
Mary N. llimiuiond, Klilhvuter, Minn.
lIPOR J""''1' Hll hentitv, in tlia
V lUUn, nmieuritnee of Hie imlr, may
lie preaervi it tor an tiulellnlto period by
tho u.ao of Ayer'e lliilr Igor. A dis
?aNO of the aiiilp cauaiil my liair to Ihv
ruinn hurali and dry, and lo fall oiif.
frwly. Nothing I tried seemed p. (.' i
any good until I toniinonreil rainJ
A.var's Hair Vigor. Tliieo bit I lea ol
tlita prtpiinition itwlured my liair to a
liuiiltny I'oiiditloti, nnd it in now soft
mill pliant. My scalp In enroll, and It
la also free from dandruff. Mra. K. IU
Kosa, Milwaukee, is.
Ayer's Hair Vigor,-
Fold hi Druggists and I'orfuniors.
rrtrtraiT safkty, prompt action, and
wonderful curative, propel lien, easily
ilaeo Ayer's Villa at tho head of tins lint
of iKiniilar remedies fur Sick and Nerv-
uim Hemlai liea.t'onstipation, and all ail-
nienta originating In ntll.iordered IJver.
T liavo liiH'n a oveat sufferer from
Ilendailie, and Avrr'a Cut hurt in Villa
ar tlm only meilli inn that Ima ever
given me relief. Due dose of theae Villa
will quickly move my Imwcla, and freo
my heail trom pain. William U I'age,
Itii.luuouv v a.
Trrpml by Pr..l.O. Ari-r k (..LowuIIsMm.
DVUl Vf .1 I'tWl-'lBiUI Brnvuia-iura
Not only shortens th. tlm. af labor
and lessens tha paia, bit It greatly
diminishes the danger to Hie of both
mother and ehild,, and leaves tha
mother In a eoauiuinn more lavorani.
to speedy recovery, wnd less liable to
Flooding, Convulsion,, and o her
alarming symptoms. Its eflioa.y in
this respeot entitles it to ba ended
Tu MoTBsu'a PaixNii, and to raak
ae one ol the life saving remedies ef
the nineteenth century.
VTeoannot pnbllsh tertlfieatsa con
cerning thia remedy without wound
ing the delicacy of (he writera. let
w. have hundreds oa 11.
Band for our book, "To Mothers," malted
BHAnrilLD RElll'LATOR COM'T
4 APPLIED TO THE BRUSH i-
IVORY (MuM.f) 8POON.
ZONWI'li is a acw I)cnt "
imnVMinInu, rir.i.n. and eiMi riiiiva
priila-rtlea, dnlli aVlia Suti-ill4 and conv.ienra
ii'um, I'liirn It ir in advance ofall previous
prvearatluua fur tba TeolL. Huld by all Di mtbiia
Joaaaoa A Jouasoa, OpeniMes CktmliU,
3 Ccdw atreet, Now Yor la
Olves Re'laf at
ono aad Cares
I . ' lfTfX"Un t V aaal
or Powder, Frei
from In I urlom
Drugs and Oil en
A particle Is applied Into each nostril and
Is aarceable. Pric. V) eenU at Druggists,
By uiail,recletered,li"oantB. Cireulars freo.
KLY DROH., Druggists. Oweao. N. Y
lh p.tuUr favnrlt tor drwvlntf
liM nnir, Kinnr comr wwq
t'KW J' I gray, and prnllng
f'kll' t I 1 I eleaniam Uu sculp,
ftlT'-i, ! hair tailing, and la sun
fifK I' N Vi) Mil-, an,l ll.imi lH'
ray, and prttvoniinfr imnnniiu-
Ii, PM)ai uaaj
UVfJ Ul piMasftV
Ttmanfeid, surest and he en r. for Oorna, Bonlona.)
tiipaalllwlll. Kninire.iaiwrortWth. f't. h.eorfal
,o.ir. 14 oenuat Urugguta. liiauux A Co, W. 1
Ha. KaVI-In tha Chancery Court of Shelby
county, Tenn. Robert Qualt et ux., vs.
Kllon Hini h et al. ....
It appearing from bill which Is sworn to In
this eeue that tha defendant, Francis Smith,
la a resident of dt Louis, Mirsouri, and
non-resident, of the Stale ol Tennessee!
It ia therefore ordered, That be make
hia appearance herein, at the courthouse ol
Shelby eounty, in Memphis. Tenn., osi i or be
fore the trst Monday In Febrnarv. 1SS7, and
plead, answer or demurto complainant a kill,
or the same will be taken for eonlassed aa to
bim ami set f. y hearing ex parte i and that
eopy of this order ba published nn,-a a weak,
for four aueceaslv. weeks, in ihe M.mph
Appeal. Thia loth day of December, laao.
A s'7l3iOWKLL, Clerk ana Muter.
By T. B. Caldwell, Deputy C. and at.
Henry F. Ilia. HoUtor cnmiil'nt. tha
m. v. Toor
Blank Book Manufacturers,
No. 272 Second Street,
Increased facilities for doing all
New ad Latest St, but Mock. New
Tyne. New Machinery.
Prices aa low as aniwherf, North
ffipt' A CR E AM
3 ,M "fa
AY HORSK-Applyal Joha WaUh's.Ne.
S'S eaennd straai.
U LB -Owner oan have same by pravtaa
property and paying eaames. ..
WM riPKM.MAN. " Madl.nast.
MULE-From Panola Oil Works, Tuesday
last, one light-bay mule, mUeut shoes,
slightly stiff in for. leas. Liberal, revaid
will be paid for return of same to
PANOLA Oil, A NO y,yMTII.I7,E't CO.
Orangos, Malaga Grapes, Applee,
Pitted Cherries, Evaporatod Peaches)
Citron, Evaporated Tears,
German Pears, Lemon I'eol,
German Cherries, Evaporated Applos
Orange reel, Dates, Hatsius, rrunes.
l'ine Applo Glaoe, rigs.
Almonds, Pecans, FilVtorts, Haglish
Waluuta, Brazil Nuts.
Jollies, Preserves, Etc.
Shaker Preserves, Canton Ginger,
Pundco Jams and Marmalade,
Currant ,' liaapberry, Strawberry and
PcHcli Jelly by the pound.
Apple ltuttcr, Minoe Meat,
Manlo Syrup, llouey, Maple Sugar,
Now Molasses, Sugar, Syrup,
Curry Powder, Celery Salt, Olives,
Olive Oil, Capers, Mixed and Plain
Pickles, Sweet Stuffed Mangoce,
Holland, Pine Apple, Young Amor-
ica and Creaai Cheeso.
Salad Dressing, Dcvilod Ham,
WorooNtershiro Sauco, Tomato Cat
' sup, Mustard, Pepper Sauoe,
Sago, Thyme, Swcot Margorium,
fiuckwheat Flour, Graham Flour,
Dried Corn, Farina. Tapioca. Sago,
Corn Starch, Lont4iH, llollod Avena,
Oatmeal. Cracked Wheat, Split Peaa,
llioo, White Peas, May Beaus.
Farinoen, Hominy, Grits, ltarloy,
White Poaobes, Aprioota, ? g Plums
' n 1 1 n U...1... l.n.ma N.ilor-in lm
IVIIU1 a avi,l,-n, A I afUP, A-vwm..uw,
Groen Gages, Cherries, Pine Apples,
Gooseberries, ltartlott Pears.
Asparagus. Bakod Beans. Poas,
String and Striugleas Ueana, Corn,
Tomatoes. Ukra and lotuataea. Okra
Canned Fish and Meats.
Lobsters, Bloaters. Deviled Crabs,
Finland lladdios. Salmon. Sardines.
Maokerol, Shrimps, llusuaa Cavior,
(!ove Oysters, Pigsfoot, Chia Beef,
Ox Tongue, Cannod Boot.
Gelatine, Flavoring Kxtraeta,
Yeast Powder, lilauks liana snada
Larraboe k Konnody's Oakes ani
Creamory Butter, Sweet Cider,
Boston Brown Bread, Deep Soa Cod-
Dali, hhollod Aliuauda.
BEFORE AND Af TER
Electric Appliances ir sent ta 30 Dsyt Trias.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNO OS OLD.
"VITllO are nrfertng from Naavrwa Daarurr,
yy 1-orr Vir.unr, una or Haava roana u
Vlooa, Wastimi) WiAaasiiaaa. ana all thiw. dtsaaa
of a Paaaoaab ptaruaa reaultlng from aawaaa and
Oraaa l .naaa SiMHaly relief and ramplM. nM
Tha grandest illwaivrr er IN. M n keen ia law iry,
TOITAIO UtT tO., MAHtHAll, fWICIt. '
Jlll-a 1. MoriltTHT. Prnnrs.
140, 112, 114 Front, Memphis.
ONK or THR LAHU K8T B0ILKR SHOPS
In the rioutn, aad 'be only oomrlet
Roller and hhent-lroo Works In the city.
u ,u..k.h a, Bli.Sai It.i
work ol vTy tlewt-rlyslask ttpeelssl
attention rivet, to ntantiitlon wnrk.
Electric Belt Freo
TO Introduce It and b'aln .rents we will
fur the next slits days rive away, tree et
charae. in each coumy oi the II. H. a limited
number ol our i rmiax n enr.iMRivnie.
Im nM.ktHi.Mrr ItalSM. Prie. srit a nosttlrsi
and unlading cure tor iSermus Debility,
Varicocele, amii-lons, 'mimteacy, etc. suns
Rewaid paid it every Belt we manufactor
i as not generate a vanumeeieetrio ourrent,
uii.....i.n.. ti.kivrmi: mki.t aqkN
CY. P. O. It x 178, urooktrn.N Y.
And Still They Come
CALF SKIN SHOES
l9ETeri I'ulr Warranted"
ONLT la.Ua A FAIB,
AT TUB 0DEAF CASU
410 Matin WfrtW. Ivtomplila.
I moor tar aad Dealer la
daaa, riasalua Taoklc aasd SpartaV
nifia'a oipllefc aaar ttyeoial attention
given to MANUFACTVR1N3 aad Ba
PAIRIHft. ILa Main ht MnuiphU, Tenia