BUOTS AND 8KSES.
6m AHeaa in btylot i
108 Kali Strctt,
Largest tod aneat asnoruuen
mmm boots & shoes
or Junta, Ladle and Childron a ipocia'ty.
U. F. CAVA? AG II & CO.
;0FFEE, BAKING POWDEn,
309 Haln StraaL
AT ASTONISHING LOW PRICES.
oveltlea in Sennltie Illnmond Goo-la
al Licepins, Kar rings. Kings, Loskets,
NovcllUs la Solid Gold Jewelry as
Sets, Ear-rings,Necklaos, Bracelets, Studs,
Novelties laPlaled Jewelrj-esipeel.
ally Bracelets. We claim to have tbe finest
selection, at lowest prices. .
OPTICAL OOilS-A One at'Ck ft
Spectacles and Eye glasses to tu;t every
body. Uenuine Pebbles. Sioked, Blue and
Ureen Glass, ttneglrs and Kye Protectors.
Alarareetork at real Onyul real
Jet tsoods, Celluloid, Rubber and Ivory
Ooodn, Silver Jewelry.
WT II'J-1jm1I!' and tteuls', in
Flneetork of iTory-liandle Walking
Canes and other Fancy Canes.
ntorlitla for Watchmakers and Jew.
eleri. Country orders solicited
Brian jour Walt-ami and (locks and
hve them Repaired by agcellent Watch
Jewsiry made to order and repaired
by first-clsis Jewelers.
'all at onr lew Store and exais ine
tbe beautiful stck.'
-Rfc.ntJlUtK, LOW PRICES !
OCOrOOTDTVCA-TSr t CO
J ST PALACE,
233 MAIN STREET, Clay Building
THE CEST 5c CIGAR ON EARTH!
Sol Coleman's No. 10s
Dare Deen sold npU date by Sol Coleman,
Memphis, Tenn. , . , .
sHrrialei daily recorded ill this space. -
DEALERS furnished Wholesale Price List
on application. tU
TiOLKiLI IKS atTilt
46 and 48 Beal Street
Stsamboat Trada Solicited.
fresh Meats of all kinds.
Fish, Oysters and Pcfultrr.
DOWN GOES THE PRICES!
ard Phelog-rapha S3 per dozrn.
tnblnel to "
Faaol " 7 '
No Extra Charge for Coloring
At Moyston'i "j)ld Keliable"
STAR PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY,
249 Eain Street,
opposite onri Fri.t.ows' n M.t,, w i
fpWO mnlcs with drays and harnei-s.
t 31:7 Main street.
k N invalM chair, as good as new.
1 . at 4
1412 Main street.
. K eirht stop organ,
L 6a 77
AT a banain. Family Grocery in a rood
loeatien. Very little opposition. Rea
sonable renv. Reason for selling change i
business- Apply early to
371 LBOLARI. 272 Front
II f Y res-deuce, the lluinloldl P.
1)1 LAVIiiNK.KVJ in street
1iANHS AND OHUANn-.New or eecind
. hand, on easy monthly instalments. Leay
orders fur tuning with EV1 1 Z.V1 N A CO.
IjVjK 6ALE-Kprin waton', ir-n cotton
L ties. We buy all kinds of old iron, rag,
eotton or machinery; looond hnl bricks
bouKbt and sld. "ebuy snd sell anyuiini
from the sixa of a needln to an anch-ir.
treat variety of second hand books al-ofor
sale, uet-jquarler lor bargains in secood'
hand goods. S. "A DAY, Ag't,
" Nos. 411. 413 and 41n Khelhv i.treel
LAMOEsum of money
lly not buyini cioibing
urnubing goods ot
474 11 U
SCUWAB .t CO . K M:iin.
ttr.'j.'6r'ia niiiz Main Bt-eet.
Ofiice hours 9 to 11 a m. and 2 to 4 p m
Chronic diaeatre. Piles, Fistula, e c, 6S93
T M. COLEMAN. JuelTifeof the Peace
V Notary Public and Commilonor ot
Deeds. becia) attfntinn iirn to ool ections
athspittn-T -il-cv-n rr-.-'t -t list
TJ ENTERS fri0a-'ea of Crt-clars Ian,
l a mil... -nntk. r a;-.. I. I.. I. ... ...i
Plenty of manure to t"!ir.r near at hand
lor tne hauling. WLVAM h.
70; Horn Lake 11 nd
A WOM AS, whiti t;re(erred, to roolr, wash
Xi and iron for imivlv r bt .Mn-t be
.well recomoaen-l-'d. Was. il.' per in ,nth.
Apply at Pn. 2 McKiulty Urtei, or et Panola
Oil CVr. office. M) 71
15 'i'aU-ot sirt-ot, a good
I n-.ilf b cow, to give not le-s tbin t);
Inns of milk
f t W t 1-ns old iron and raps.
;il M I :j M:,ln e-r-'t.
5 rooms with ,ardo ntarMed
J iral C.ileKe
Apply at 2t:i I moo t 7i 77
Two t-tory f-a
,r, f-arrtc h'iu-c on the co-no Mlliott
oloHrei-t. Aridy!u yjntN-
It Klt.-l )l-l?,,ll stn-ft. t'J V)
OSK larire room auitublo ''ir two i i-ntlinen.
A Uo r. hull rt,ui in a prii ;ite f"ini ly w lit-rc
thert are nfoibt-r boar-li.ra. tivc niiiritcs' walk
Ir'itu piitt- rtirH Call on .al'-i-iop n o 4. at
B Lowcnsl'-in Hn-, ret il li-'i'H-1 ineii' .
fpwt) see stores in Port-'r ob-' k, M-nroe
J street, l.rtweeo Main and Scfori'l s'icets.
Thn st'-rts on Seroud s'ret, ne..r 1 niou,
K's. jZ, snd ,wi :-. K- r tcr: aoplv lo
: w w tiiji'ipti m-.i i-..T -t.
IitA.Nui AND oi-:r,AN-l:,!b
I. seiond'bar.d; the la't-r in th'irr,u?h repair
E WHZMANN A C
nd 'US her-ond .Irert.
bT"KLtf"rcE So. -M7 iVin, nrloi
Apply In (iV-OH ! 11 1 KTr.liS. J
Corner a) adisou and teiot'detreet
Prepared in Memphis from Ihe
very best Buckwheat grown In
the great Buckwheat producing
section of Central New York State
For Sale by Retail Grocery
I. P. MAY,
Manufacturer! and Wholesale Doaleri in
Tinware, Oils, Lamps, House-
Plated Ware, Heating Stoves,
Coal Vases, Coal Buckets,
Shovels and Tongs,
We era medal ntenti for the fullowini pop-
liar Stove and Oil:
New Early Bird,
Kuby Red Head-Light Oil, Leader
Water-While Head-Light uu.
Aladdin Safety Lamtj, Perfection
aar-Rooarr. Guttering, and Job Work. Tin
or Copper, done to order on short notic.
Lt.t KrtlE'M IHiallK.
JOS. UK0OK3 Proprietor and Manager
Thanulfijr, Friday and Saturday Mnt-
liiee, nov. si, ana vo-
Direct from Fifth Avenue Theater, ew
York, in the original and only London
"OLIVETTE ! "
The most elaborate dreuinc and brilliant
Sale of seats begins Tuesday, 9 a.m.. at
Monday. Koy.2S-"TUE WORLD." 70-75
LETBRIE'S TU CATER.
Joseph llrouks...rroprietor and llan&ier
Two KlKbla Only.
nENRY WOLFsOHS Manager
K.MILB LEVY .... Local Aifent
Monday and Tuesday, Nov. 21 and 22,
Only appearance in this city of the world-
renowned Pianist, RAFAEL
Asiiited by the chirulins young prima donna,
LAURA BELLINI and FREO DULCXEN.
IT Change of Pr-raxme Lich Night, -sa
Price of Admii-in I'ress Circle i-nd Par
auet, (1 25; Family Circle, 60 cents; Balcony,
Box office at I J ilcCARTHY'S, 253 Main
street. Of il
lTcmphU Boiler KLatio Blnk,
93 Adams St., between 3d and 4th.
OPES EVERY DiY AXD SIGHT.
Doois open from 10 to 12 a.m.; from 3 to
p.m., and from 7:J0 to 10 p.m.
ncle admirsion t 2'"
ee of skates M 23
Tirketj in iiftclfMir4 of 12 em-h. tmd fur
oneadmissiou or one i-air ot sKalei..... i
Ladies' and cbildren'e admii-ri--fn.... 10
w. ttf Hbatnt fi.r laJif-B and children 1,.
hkate- r.r mle Rt tiie Kink
The management rrxerves tha riitht to refuse
admission to any objectionable persons.
rrof. n . i . r, I Kro,--. iin-i wan.t-
TUE BEST IS TUB MARKET,
Mo. 229 Main SI reel, Memphis, Tense,
Piano and Orran Tuning and Rei-airinr
one nnd--r xai personal attention by superior
and skillful workmen express y engaged by
me All work warranted
IS121 II . imu,w-FKH'f
STRAYED OR STOLEN.
TWO blaze faced sorrel mules, both with
L collar marks. On is a horse mule about
14 hand litsrb . and the other u a mate mule
about lb hands, tjrtw-rd.
71 74 II H IT'IWEI.T, ret
Price t 11 Madison Street
TEH CENTS PER VSEi K
Tneaday Erriiliic, Ko. 22, Usui.
New dates. Lytla k Shields.
Leghorn citron. Lytle & Shield:
From 'JI to 44 degrees yesterday.
Oysters every style. Crystal Palace
Headlight oil, 23c per gallon. S. L
Moore & Co.
Lytlo k Shields expect a lot of
dressed turkeys for Thanksgiving.
Rrown & Jones, coal Jdealcrs, 282
Coal oil 20c -per gallon, at 8. L
Moore & Co's.
Cool northerly Ireezes all of yester
day and t -day.
A carload of choice Gcnnetlin ap
pics very low. Ike A.Chasc, 220Front.
Confederate bond4 arc worth tl 50
per thousand in the market, in round
Extra Dehcsa Sultana and Irr perial
Cabinet raisins, at Lytle k Shields.
A marriage license was issued to
day to II. D. Ellis and Miss Lula
About one-eighth of an itch of tain
has fallen during tho thiz!e of tho
past 21 hours.
ine aacitmcn enjoyed their first
harvest of the season last night, and it
was a good one.
Ihe sun sets this evening four
minutes before five, and the new moon
goes down forty minutes later.
A heavy enow fell at Louisville
yesterday, and light flurries of the
same further up the Ohio Valley.
G. A. Stovall was appoiutid adiuin
istrator of the csUlo of Jerry Wil
ams, deceased, ly Judgo Eldridge.
The real estate taxes, as troll as ths
poll-taxes, of 1331, for State and
county, arc now past due, and must be
paid at onco at tlio sheriff's office, or
additional penalties will accrue.
Cards are out for the marriage of
Mr. J) rank U. baurio ana Miss Jean-
mo Ueii, at ,iunp sircci cnurcn,
. -na.TlTt a I
hdgcncia, on mureuay aucrnoon,
.December nrst. Miss lieu is the
daughter ot Captain James T. licll,
ono tbe editors and proprietors of the
It is a long squaro from Bcalo to
Linden street, on M ulberry, with no
gas lamp to light tho wayfarer's path-
way on a dark night. There is a lamp
post within tho space, but no lamp
thereon, and it would bo as littlo as
tho pubho authorities could do to
placo one whore it is so much needed.
The residents and property owners
will chop out and trim up tho trees, I
if they can get a lamp. Let them
havo it, by all means.
KAIIX V' FRKIHF.KG.
Corner Main and I'oplar.
Attention, Ladies !
Just received: 60c elegant Satin de
200 pes beautiful New Print
I'atterns, equal to Chintz or
Also 20 pea Ked Table DKmnsk,
slightly datnaped by water only.
40c per yard, worth 75c.
KAIIX A FItEIKI'.Ki;,
Corner Slain and roplur.
TURKEYS! TURKEYS !
CELERY I CELERY !
H. Sees.cl, r, & Son will have the
largest and finwt lot of dressed turkeys
in the city. Leave your order early.
239 Second, corner Jefferson.
Goodyear Itnbber Honse, IS
Jefferson M., sonth side, betweeu
Main and Front. 75.
Cut Jet Beads for making chains
just received at tbe Jet Palace. 70f
For Frnit CakrN,
Raisins, Currants, Citron,' Almonds,
Lemon Peel and all kinds of spices.
Got Bi'ckham & Campbell.
Ask Yonr Grocer
Panola Cooking Oil.
It is guaranteed to give satisfaction.
An alarm of Ere was Bounded this
morning at 1U;..U o c:occ, and re
aponded to by engines No. 1 and 2. It
was caused by the burning of a tene
ment shanty, 1G0 Poplar street, owned
by N. Calhoun, and occupied by col
ored people. The damage was not
more than 20, snd the cause a de
Maloon and Itestanrant,
7, 9 and 11 Court alreei.
I'lne Kiunera and Lonclies.
Wiener and Frankfurter Wnrstt
The brat lteer, Mines,
Hot runrlieg.' Ci;
JUIISI WALSH, CNDEItTAKER,
SU Second Nlrpl. W.'
WM. FRANK & CO.
Received daily per Express.
II. KEESVEE, HJU A SOX.,
Cor. JellvrHon and Second.
Buy I'it;her Pumps of Browne.
EtislipM' and Children's.
Ladies' Shawls aud
Dress Goods and
GERUER A SIETTL'S,
267 Haln Street. 1111
Ttie Killing of Cooper. ,
Further particulars of the homocide
at Covington, Tennessee, gives the fol- Cape Town, Africa, to seek his for
lowing version ot the trouble in which tune. Of course there are lovers, vil
James Cooper lost his life in a shoot lains and side characters usual in all
ing affray with Mr. Jamci Slaughter:
The couple met about sins o'clock
Saturday night in front of the drug
store on the cast side of the Public
SquaYo. Same words passed of an un-1
pleasant nature, when Cooper struck
Slaughter and tripped him np, at
tbe same time. Slaughter falling
lengthwise iu the gutter. Cooper
stamped Slaughter several times in the
face, and the latter cried out, "Don't
let him kill me!" Cooper abandoned
the prostrate Slaughter, the latter
arose and opened fire with a pistol,!
Cooper returning it. Slaughter shel
tered himself behind a shade tree,
while Cooper got behind an awning
post. Both fired rapidly until their
pistols were empty. Cooper fell as
Slaughter was turning away, and ex-
claimed, "He has got me at last !"
Yesterday upon an examination of
Slaughter before (.squire Shelton, he
was admitted to bail in the en m of
f7,50O to Appear fur trial at the next
term of the CircuitCourt.
A new line Ladies' Walking
Jackets, Circulars and listen
at very low prices.
I. GOLDSMITH A BROS.,
71r ' HIS Main Street.
Fresh oysters in every style at Mrs
Cicalla's, 13 Jefferson street. 81
IIcnrjLiH-hruiaiiu's ladies' aud
gent'a Oyster parlors are now
open lor the season. 42
The Hon. Jcrc Baxter, the chief
actorin the recent Memphis & Cbarlea
ton Railway movement in opposition
to the Colo interest, also Mr. Sam'l.
Tate, formerly President of the generation pronounce Joseffy the
Charleston Railway, are in the city, greatest of all, no't excepting Rulen
and it was stated to-day wero in con- stein and von Bulow of this age, or
sultation with various attorneys and
others interested in the railway al-
I - ' ""..Tr T. .-
i-H'iHi. ivoiivrr, r '.'it,.-itnw,i..iitp mid ix-g
i horn IIuU if.l iiM il. (iuottytnir, 'J60'2nd.
tie DentO'Lare lor ihe Teetb,
It contains no acid.
Tor tale by J. J. Miles, Druggist,
Se9 siain street. 70f
I'OLK E POISTS.
Kiehtean arrests were made yester
May an,i ist nigi,t.
a darky with dioo in bis pocket
0ecun!es a cell.
j:m j0DCs. a colored person from
tno country, is in trouble for having a
miserable little pistol in bis pocket
ja is als0 an allegcd'niulo thief.
g, J, Stein has been arrested for
complicity) ia tho tea party at Jake
Store's saloon yesterday morning,
Officer Wilson nabbed Anderson
Graves yesterday for carrying a pistol,
rj w;n have a bearing beforo Esquire
u, GriaB let his forleit go by the
D6ard rather than appear and dofend
himself on a charge of disturbing the
peace on tho street.
A case touching tho right of prop
erty owners to allow the contents of
closets to pass into a vat and then
into the sewer, instead of flowing into
the latter at once, came up this morn
ing, and the court decided that no
such privilege could bo extended any
Tho warlike Williams, whose first
name is Maggie, and who endeavored
to carvo up ber sweetheart the other
ight in a Bcalc street saloon, was
sent to the island to-day with a leave
of absence for threo months.
Old Mag Donor: uo, the very same
whose name has figured on the Station
house docket at least twenty times in
the laft six months, was found roam
ing about tho streets yesterday drunk
and abusing every one she met. "Slier
absence will cover one hundred days.
A rumor was started in some way
yesterday that the Walton boys had
succeeded in making their escape from
the Island. Guard Foster denies it
emphatically, and wishes it understood
that the ruffians will be taken good
Dry Goods, Carpets,
Oil Cloths, Shoes
375 WAIN' STREET,
Wholesale and Retail.
Goodyear Robber lionise, 13
Jelfcrion St, aonth aide, between
main and Front. 76.
Atlt Yonr Grocer
I'uuola Cooking Oil,
It is gtiaranteed to give satisfaction.
Tbe story of "The World." to be
here next Monday, comiug, as the
agent declares, in two cars, including
scenery, etc., is highly interesting.
It was a great sensation in London
last year, and has attracted much at
tention in other cities among the
amusement loving population. It was
first brousht out in this country at
Wallack's New York Theater, and in
the West at McVickcf's Theater,
Chicaeo, keeping the boards of the
latter city six weeks.
The raft i-cene is said to be one of
the finest stage pictures ever exhibited;
the lunatic asylum is also thrilling and
effective; elevators carrying peoplo to
and fro area feature of much inter
est, while an internal machine
on board of a steamer in
mid-ocean is one of the most ex.
citing stage illusions imaginable. The
plot centers upon two brothers, proud
I Englishmen, one of whom goes to
thrilling and highly wrought plays.
The first act is laid at the wharf at
Cape Town, Africa, a steamer in the
foreground about to start for Englandt
and after some melodramatic action
ihe vessel gets under way, closing the
I The second act shows the calm open
sea by moonlight. Suddenly an explo-
sion, occurs the vessel careens and
goes down with the flames leaping up
her mast as sho sinks.
The third act is the celebrated raft
scene, where four of tie heroes saved
from the wreck are seen drifting about
aud the description says "the red sun
kisses the far off horizon." This act
closes with the rescue of the quartette
after they are about to give up all hope.
The fourth act ia a grand scene in
London, showing the interior of a
madhouse, and an escape therefrom by
I one of the principal characters.
I The fifth act introduces the great
elevator scene, with passengers is
ccndin and descending in a hotel.
A fight in the elevator occurs wherein
one of tho villains tumbles headlong
down the ehalt and the other is car
ried off to jail, while the happy lovers
get married and all ends serene.
Tbe Jose ITy Concert.
The dripping skies did not keep a
orowd from attending tho theater last
night to hear tho accomplished pianist
Joscffy. The audienco was not only
. ...- Lut . cuUivated and annrc-
L:a):v. anv .h.t ,ag .tt(,nj,d ,1,,.
theater within a twelve-month. The
cxquisito playing of thn renowned
artist delighted every lover of fine
music, while thorio most familiar with
the pianists of tho present and past
Thalberg, Gottschalk and others of
tho past. The singing of Miss Laura
Bellini added much . to the cntrtiin
ment. aud the lady w recalled eaih
time she appoared. Another concert
' and the dosing one will he $ivcn this
treeing, md i good attendance is
The local manager, Mr. Levy, an
nounces the following programme for
1. First Concerto -Chopin
Orchestral acoompaniuient on second
Aria from Faust Gounod
Mm Laura ileum).
(A) Uavotto ;..........15aoh
i or left hand alone.
(0) Val.-e C; price.. Strauss Tansit
(1) ) JUenuett Rocheriani
(E) Puquidade Oottjchalk-JosefTy
Raluol Jose By.
Ave Maria -- -Luiil
Miss Laura Bellini.
Fantasia on Htinrarian Melodins. Lint
Orchestral accompaniment on second
On Thursday evening the Comley
Barton Opera Company will present
Loeb & Mook,
Z!5 Main st.'
Buy your shirts at May's,
Dr. Nelson, dentist, 33C Main. 80
Leading modistes delight in rccora
mending Louis Lange's fine fitting
Drs. Arthur K. and K II. Taylor,
formerly of Memphis, arc now resident
physicians at Hot Sprimrs. Ark. 1581
Mrs. lannie Bach, mother of Mr,
Nathan Bach, of tho Peabody Hat
Company, left for Chr.ttanooga this
morning, on her way to Fremont,
Gentlemen making purchases of
winter underclothing should bear in
mind that May, 209 Main street,
has the largest stock in the city, and
that he is a leader in the latest and
Housekeepers preparing something
extra for Thanksgiving dinner should
bear in mind that Victor D.Fuohs,
39 and 41 Jefferson, will have a large
and choioe stock of turkeys, fish,
game, oysters, celery, etc, etc. .
For salo Pecans, chestnuts, pea
nuts, dressed poultry, game and bcof.
One mule, dray, harness and license.
White beans, onions and potatoes,
Kentucky blue grass butter. II. Fitz
gerald & Co. , 212 Front street.'
To note that goods of Southern
manufacture are appreciated, in thi
market, aa well as Northorn cities, wo
saw gales by II. Fitzgerald & Co., dur
ing the past week of 73 bales, 1000
yards each, of Tenuessco premium
sheetings, manufactured by their firm
at Gallatin, Tcnnessco, in this city,
and during the same timo they re
ceivel Urge orders from Ft. Louis and
Cincinnati. Ihe mills arc doing a
prosperous business, and largely sold
ahead of production.
lr. A. Goldstein,
The celebrated Optician, can suit your
eye3 skillfully with the best quality of
Spectacles. Call at his office, No. '2731
Main street, up stairs, and bo con
Ono Hall's combination safe, large
size; doublo doors. Apply to
J. R. McDonald & Co.,
90 237 Second street.
New Buckwheat, Creamery
Pure Sugar Syrup, Maple
Oliver, Flunle L Co.
The Hershnrr Improved Water
Elevator will destroy all Impur
ities in Cisterns, whether f'roni
belli;; stagnant or Infested wilb
wiggled Us. Physicians and nan
itarlans use and recommend It.
KEXXEttMV JPI'G CO.,
HI .Had lion street. - 76
Drs. riimbro & Oabbcrt would say
to their patrons that they have re
ceived pure vaccine matter. 71
Park Placo Saloon and Restaurant,
Nos. 31 and 36 North Court street,
H. W. Goet'.e k Co., proprietors.
Finest Liquors, Wines and Cigars
Meal tickets at reasonable rates. 71
Silver Iloon Yeast Powder
mannfuctnred by ns at home and
known lo be absolutely pnro and
ireeirom an auaiierauons, anu
-l.-.t lllltPr. risii.1 A- '
"It is the best thing ever organized,"
is the verdict of every man who knows
what the S. M. A. A. is. Call on W.
A. McNccly, Commercial Hotel.
Goodyear Rubber House, lit
JeUVrson SL, south side, between
nainana rroni. id.
Oatmeal, Cracked Wheat, Grits,
Hominy, Navy Beans, Farina.Tapioea,
Sago, yellow Pearl Meal, whita Pearl
Meal, etc. BtCKHAM k CAMPBELL,
Cot SO Beal.
Oatmeal, Cracked ft bent, GraJ
ham t'lonr, XewYork Stale Buck
wheat. Oliver, I'lnnle A Co. 4'
nelr-rUIn nnnkwtaeat. Always
ready for uar; no fnlloresi ran make I
delicious eakea la 0,i ml an tea. For
sale by all retail grocers. fit
Fine wines, liquors and cigars. Mrs.
Cicalla, 13 Jefferson street. 81
Buy Ga Fixture af Browne.
Henry Euehrmann's ladles' aud
gent's Oyster parlors arc now
open for the season. 42
Goodyear Itubber House, 13
Jeircrson St., south side, between
Main and Front. 75.
For choice Victors, Snow Flakes,
Peach Blows, Climax, Burb.ink
Seedlings, and Rose Potatoes, at
lowest prices, go to JtcCARTIIY
A CO., 3I Front street. 72
Fresh Spare Ribs and fresh
I'ork Hams. Also kettle ren
dered Lard at John Rcid'a, 306
Front street. 67f
l'e Ihe Melf-rlslng Hark wheal,
which la prepared In aSemphU, It la
the very beat that caa be mad, for
:a'e by all rrlnll crarrra 451
, I'i'iii.K.' Lkihjkr job printiug office
I and book bindery, 13 Madison.
BROOKS, Prop'r & Hg'r
FIRST TIME HERE.
Three -Mts and Msssiay
Grand production of loiriiie'a
Great Sensational and Realistic
Spectacular Diama, ihe
Pronounced Success at DruryLane) Theater,
jjonaon, isninuna. uieaiiiiu duci-.i. b
Wallack s inoater, r,ew ior. uyer
whelming Suocoss atMcVicker'l
Theater, Chio go,
Every Scene a Life Picture,
Tbe infernal Mncblne.
The Ran lu M Id-Ocean.
"Tbe Last Drop of Water.1
Tbe Iiuuntic Aaylnui.
Tbe Passenger Elevator,
AND THE ADMIRABLE ACTINQ OF
Brooks & Dickson's
Has made this Entrancing Play a
Masterpiece of Art
Will be presented here with all the Marnifi
cone ocenory ana ovoi .tiecuanicai r-uooi
which has made it famous in
aar-falo of Suit', at Tterular Theatrical
Prices, will begiu next Friday morning at
liollenberg s. 1 1 la
Silver Moon, Royal, Steel
Price's and Dorkee's Yeast I'ow
ders, nil pure, Oliver, Flunle
Fresh Oyslers aodCeleijr,
received daily per express.
VICTOR D. FUCHS,
39 and 41 Jellerson. 22 1
tVIKO SPEt lAETY!
Pants lo order, five dollars
R. W .4 l I',
IS Xorlh Court street. :3
Cse Self-rifling Buckwheat. 15
Lentels (Linsen), Split Peas, Green
Kern, Barley, Green Peas, Bice
Macaroni, Vermicelli, Beans, etc.
C"i Ditkiiam & Campbell,
Colonel W. II. Bcrzey.of St. Louis;
Captain Ben F. Payno and Sergeant
W. II. Melton, of Columbus, Ohio,
who remained over from Saturday
last after the closing of tho N. G. U
Convention, weut home by train th
forenoon. During their stay they vis'
ited the several churches, institutions,
etc., and last night atttended a ball
-ivn :n ,.;. .onor a.110ne ti,fl con
- , p i,:.i, n.-
spicuous managers ot which was Lap'
ls.:W II A-,l. . ! al,. T
"I I"- "-"o icuuco
I r-d rri t
see xuncs. inose wno aucnacu
I affair speak in terms of enthusiasm
regarding the pleasure enjoyed, men1
tioo Sergeant Melton as a great favor
ite among the fair sex; doclnrc Colonel
Berzey to be a superb dancing master,
and are anxious to havo it knows th
Mr. James MeDow is ahead of
others as a racquet dancer,
Neir-rlKliiK B ilea whom, prsipnrc.l In
Memphis, from tha very beat New
York Klute Bnckstbral. 1'or aala
all retail g racers. 45t
Eight extra fancy mults for salo for
two days only, at F. A. Jones' stable
Forrest's old stand 72
HenryLuebrinaun's ladies' an
gents Oyster parlors are now
open tbr the season. 42J
Ask Yonr Grocer
Panola Cooking OH,
It is guaranteed to givo satisfaction.
Fresh Spare Ribs and fresh
i'oru Hums. Also kettle r-n
dered Lard ut John Reld's, 360
Fro n t s Ireet. 67
Eighty dollars a month and all your
timo to yourself is what the Southern
Mutual Aid Association offers.
Assignee's Sale ol Fine Wines,
Wblsky, Ilrundles and Cigars, of
G. BACH etc CO.,
5r Main Street,
At Greatly Reduced prices. Tor
Cash. A. SEES3F.L,
For Thanksgiving Turkeys
ALBERT SKIOSSIX'SJ MARKET,
121 Main Street.
Manager Joseph Brooks arrived in
the city from New Orleans to-day;
I 'so Ir- J'in Norton, the Si.
I Louis and New Orleans manager.
Announce a revision of prices
hroughout their entire line of
Superb Black French Cashmeres.
These Goods are
Known all over the world
as the '"Unfading Bye."
We offer two numbers at the'same
price that cotton
are usually sold
- DEALERS IN
oL2 3vc,in. Qtroot.
Onr Stock Is Large and Fresh,
Goods kt-pt by the Trade and will be Sohl at Prices aa LOW AS
THE LOWEST. 1 78
SELL ib OUT IT COST
$20,00 Q 170 RTH
' II B !-
DEALER IN DIAMONDS. WATCHES AND SILVERWARE,
"So. 310 Main Street, Heiaphis, Tenn.
aerl HAVE JL'ST RETURNED FROM KEW
uonxs, Watches and Bilyerware ever in tins city, ramus purchasing Diamonds Irom me
enn have their money rofunded less 1Q per cent of the purchase money, if dissatisfied within
While in New York I sooured ens of tha fluent Watchmakers In the city, and am'
prepared to do Ropairing in first-class style. I am also preparod to LOAN .MONEY ON
WATCUKS, DIAMONDS, ete. 3711.1
Entrance-36 MO NliOK and 310 MAIN ST. Old Hold and rilver bonRht for t'aah.
FANCY GOODS, ZEPHYR WOOL,
YARNS OF EVERY VARIETY.
HOSIERY OF ALL COLORS & GRADES.
Laundried & Unlaundried Shirts.
GENTS' & LADIES' UNDERWEAR.
B Our Btottot Flntt-eatiuM goods at low prices.
288 n&.Eti:ri Stx-ee.ir. m
Inr.rporated and Eatablbihed January, 1 8S0 Oapital,irjO,000
Office, No. 8 Madison
B II BELL. Na-livlllo, Tenn.
THOS 0'CONStlR.of Cherry, O'Connor & Co.
i e OOLSAN, Metvphis, Tonn.
S. II. BELL
E. F. (lOLSAJI..
.Dealers in Cotton,Stocks,Grain & Provisions, on Commission
COTTON...,-..... Not loss than Jl per b ile
WHEAT Not less than lo per bushel
C. R. SIDES Not leas than 15c per 100
PORK Not less than 25c r-or barrel
LARD - Not less than t'C per tierce
FT0CK9 Not Ion than tl per share
The aliiive cmniiilaaliMia cot er all rapt'UKra Iss itinblutx and r let. Ing trade
of the Celebrated
embraces ull the Best lines of
fl - -W
YORK anil brought the Larcpst Stock of Dia-
Street, Memphis, Tenn,
AH Duncan, of Nowcll, Duncan ACo,NashT.
WM Duncan, ol Newell, Dunoan A Co,
Mag Sax, Cashier Nashr. Savingi Pink "
President and CJewieral Hnperlntendeat.
Manager Memphis Department.
ivx One day. 12M Per vale
....Longer, li'o Del bale
- 'ao jer bushel
C. R. SIDES in par 100 ponndj
PORK Va per barr
LAHD 1S per fierce.
STOCK" 25e persnara
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