AUOTS AND SHOES.
" .TyTTSailieiSts Aas la btytes I
- ' 283 Ki!i Strut,
Largest ana Inoat assortment of
mm BOOTS & SHOES
r ,. Hsu, Ladle, tad Children t .p.citlty.
J. F. CAVAEiAGH & CO.
,0FFEE, BAKING POWOEh,
389 KSaln Strett
AT ASTONISHING LOW PRICES.
Sovelties In ttenulne Diamond Oeole
M Laoepin,, Ear rings, Hints, Loskets,
Jovltlt In Solid Cold Jewelry-nt
Sots, tiar-rinu, Necklaces, Bracelets, Studs,
"loeeltlea In Pin ted JewMry-eepeel-
111 Bracelets. Wc cUim to have the finest
selection, at lowest price,.
DrlKAL ClOlMHs A Una nt'tU f
Spectacles and Kye glasses to lu t every
bndy. (lennin. Pebblee. riJiokod, Blue and
(Ireen Glasses, Uointles and Eye Protectors.
A large eloek 1 real Onyx and real
Jet (iuodii, Celluloid, Kubber aud Ivor
flood., Hilver Jewelry.
WAT IIKN-Ladlea' aud Cents'; In
(lold ind ilrer.
t'lneeiork of Ivory-handle Walking
Canes and other Fancy Canes.
Malarial lor Walenninkera anil Jew
eler,. Country orders solicited.
Brine jour Watcoee and flocks) aud
have them Kepairtd by excellent Watch
mikers Jewelry inade to order and repaired
by first-elsss Jewelers.
Call at our New Store and examine
the boiutiful stork.
BjrHEHeMBKK, LOW PRICES 1
M.GOODMAN e OO
MAIN STREET, Clay Building
THE BEST 5c CIGAR ON EARTH!
Sol Coleman's No. 10s
Hare ' een told np U data by Sol Coleman,
arsaln daily recorded in this ,pace.ca
DEALERS furnished Wholesale Prire List
en application. til
- eiousiLi aid aerati. -
46 and 48 Esal StroeL
ittamboM Trade Solicited.
frefh 5eats of all kinds. Choice Oatae.
fiea. Ojsuts and Poultry. STJ
DOWN GOES THE PRICES !
Card Favotoxrapa. per dosen.
Nn Extra Charge for Coloring
it Koyitoa'i "Old Sellable"
STAR PKOTCSRAPH GALLERY,
249 Eain Street,
rpwfj sc'ivt emb ersyi f.i kareefs.
a l ily
' Ki-.z rtret.
1 X tirati
cutrr. i vA at lew.
T a annais ftT! r;y (rtry ia a tvA
l ).u.. Vr-y iit;' tyyjt'.i'-K. ka
sLurtc r?'- o tjt Ft..:i f it of
I r lt?t. tbe Eoir.tx,;dt Pa--k. S
PiA';8 ASl OKiAyS- or te-ond-Bjuid.
oa ey Cior.Liy :Lu-Letj. Lve
erdera for tuaug writ t 17.M S a C;J,
, 7t .aed 2 see-.ei ,'reet.
a. lie. e bey .ii uulr ot
e'jiwa or avQiiiry: -l b nl tr:tn
KHjrbt f.n4 i-id. Ac boy toil Mil r.ttiLLf
fro a the lite of m bwjI Lo r anr-bor. A
fremt variety ,f f.stvl hund Wvjki aio for
ale. kitfd'uurtcri for b:cu,f 14 e"oad
kuDdtwdf. b. A BAY, Af'U
N'oe. 411. 41?. r.d 41A hbIbv trt
Otfi faourn V t'i U ta. find 2 to U m
Chronic duraff. Pilei, FirtuU, ve. tjt93
JMT C'HTkMAN, Jo7i,c of ThsTeftc,
Notrv Puhiie tnd ComtnitfioDir ol
bpceia.1 at ten (ton tiTen to coi octioas
I th Cnnn'T
wi- r r rnv,i ni IIHT
cook and nurte. while urm.
Mitit cume well recommenced.
Z'A Coon extenrt.d.
kENTKRS for ?W acres of first. cla land
i tnile. Munth nf tv I. I..t. .. .,,
Plenty of manure to aanioriors utar at hand
10-inc naunos. WbVAiMK.
TO; Horn Lake K .ad
a Yi (IM , while nrcfencd. to cook, wash
1 and iron lor laimly ol eight. Mu-t be
well recommended. Wagfin per in nth.
Air'y at No. 2 lk-Kiiiley sticct, or at Panola
Oil Ci's. odice. h71
rrn BHY-At K
15 Talbot street, a ffood
X uiilch ow,
Ions of milk.
to give nut lcs than three rl
H671 ffifl lousold iron and rag
llW m Vlnin tiv-l.
A KiHII URY
10TTAUB 8 rooms with iriiTcln
ITollege. Arplf at 2(3 linion t 7177
fPwo story frBme liou.-c on
L and P.'Situ ftrect. Ai
VY.tt, 21 M unison street.
the corner Klliott
.1 to W t i A EN
ONK larse room suitable fortwotenlhmon.
Also a IimII room in a piivato fjniilyiiiTO
there are no other hoarder. i ve ininute.. ' wJk
lrm postotCrc ( all on .hIcmhsii tiu i'-l, at
l Loinsietn Briis, ret -il leiia ttnrn.
MiWO stores in Porter Mock, Monroe
J strset. tetween Main and Second erreeta.
Thre stores on .cund sire.et. near l!nion,
S'.o, JJ, e'j ' and .'') .. P,,r terms al idy lo
ft it W W lionljWl.s, :t, M.disnn t.
(iHUANS-Both nw and
a. sacond-ljaud; the litt.erint
barer in thorough reiair
d u l w. n ,t a u t,
f? and i' Second .treet
'M7 ;iin. tlc.rr,ion
n A.,.iy to
droit IK II I'KlKliS. .Ir.
Corner Madison and hVond street.
Prepared in Memphis from ihe
very best Buckwheat grown In
the great Buckwhoat producing
section of Central New York State
For Sale by Retail Grocer.
I. P. MAY,
Mannfacturert and Wholesale Dealer , in
Tinware, Oils, Lamps, House
Plated Ware, Heating Stoves,
Coal Vases, Coal Buckets,
Shovels and Tongs,
We axe roecial agent, for the following pop
ular Store, and Oil:
New Early Bird,
Ruby Red Head-Light Oil, Lender
Water-White Head-Light Oil.
Aladdin Safety Lanm Perfection
avRooSnc. Ontterlnr. and Job Work. Tin
or Copper, done to order on short notice.
.l Hlt.lt 'I UK AT Kit.
J JU3. liKOOKS...l'roprietur and Manager
Thnraday, Friday and Saturday Mat
inee, Kov. 2. 5 and 20.
Direct from fifth ATenne Theater, Kew
York, in the original and only London
"OLiIVETTE ! "
The most elaborate dressing and brilliant
Sale of mil begin! Tuesday, 9 a.m., at
MundayNov. ffl-'THE WORLD.? 70-75
empbta Boiler Skatina; Rink,
93 Adams St., between 3d and 4th.
OPEN EVERY DAY A'D KIQHT.
Doost open frm 10 to 12 a.m.; from 8 to 5
p.m., and from 7:30 te 10 p.m.
I se ot saatej........ ............
TinkeU in i.rkaires of 12 each, good for
one admission or one pair of skates 2 e"
Ladies' and children', admission 10
Use of skates for ladie, and children IS
Instruction - .Free
Skates for sale at the Rink.
The management reserves the riphtto refuse
admission to any objectionable prsona.
Prf. H ' K f fr"-', rd vUnsr-r.
rjEICKEUCiO, I gTEINWAY.
THE BEST IS THE MARKET,
So. U Main Street, Keanpnla, Tenn.
Piano and Omn Toning and Repairing
done nndi-r my pers'.nal atteation by superior
aad skillful workmen express y engaged by
me All work wirrar.ted
4, 121 i( nnr ,t ww.yvr.
LAHijEsuin of money
hf not iuyibf cioihing and gcau'
STRAYED 03 TOLEW.
TWO blaie-'aced S'.rrel ntnlei, both with
collar marks. -': it a hore male about
likBH h'.rh. ar.d the other is a male msle
about 15 hxnds. ti rtwrd.
71 :4 If 1! ITnWETX .t rn
PUBLIC LEDGE I
rScet IS Bailee. Street
TEH CERTS PER WEE tt.
TH E CITY
Wedneaday Eerniaa;, Hot. U.IWI.
Colder weather coming.
Saxlys bop Friday night eext
Malaga grapes. Lyile k Shields.
Oysters every style. Crystal Palaoe.
The day are tow ten hours and a
half in length. .
Headlight oil, per gallon. S. L
Mwre & Co.
Brown & Jones, eoaf dealers, 232
Coal oil 2&c per gallon, at S. L
Moore & CVs.
Eitra choice new ra:;-ins. curran,
fig and citron at Lytle k Shield?.
A carload of choice Genn'.'Uia
plea very low. Ike A.'JLasc, 220 Front.
ew moon until a little after seven
to-night and until a qairttr pattcisht
Several lovers of music came here
alltneway trom liuntsville, Ala., to
attend the Joseffy concerts.
The retail grocery firm of Brown k
Co., corner ol Vance and Lauderdrle
streets, assigned yesterday. Liabili
Tho Joscffy rarty went south to
day aad sre to appear next at Vicks
burg, then at New Orleans, and go
thence to Galveston.
Tho cloudj opened and let a few
rays of sunshine through this forenoon, '
but the air it bleak, and heavy gar
ments are necessary to comfort
Thanksgiving Day to-niorrnw will
be observed by all connected with this
office. No paper will be issued, so
that the festival tr.ay bs fully enjoyed.
Political ctfagogucs arc hard at it
trying to educate the people as to who
they ought ti e'ect to manage city
affairs. The Germans meet at Man
nerchor Hall to-night to consult over
the momentous theme.
The tax paying people and resident
citizens of the vicinity agree that a
lamp should light the route on Mul
berry street between Bcale and Lin
den. It will not cost nueh, and the
authorities should put it up.
In ordering choice ;t -Viln, cn h a
Kentucky dressed tiltkejtf, Kh, gutur,
oystns, eidery, etc , t'to . lor Tlunkf
giving ditr.rr, don't forget that the
place lo buy is at Victor D. Fiichs,
39 and 41 JcfTorson.
Good fat "Oiipossuun" are among
the toothsomo varmints to be found
in tie tame market at present. Many
folks like a 'possum and tater thanks--giving
dinner, while others perhups,
would profor turkey and oysters.
The Wolffe Syndicateacconling to
their contract, have more than two
months yet to begin tho work of build
ing the railroad from here to Holly
Springs, and their contract also says
tho road must bo finished by August
The temperature yesterday hovered
botween frost and freeze ranging from
37 to 43, and tho breezes blew lightly
but with a wintry tinge all day from
the northeast or northwest. It was
rainy all over the country .between
hero and Chattanooga and up the Ohio
Valley, also bctwocn Vicksburg and
the Gulf ani down in Texas.
It is asserted by the most critical
of our literary community that Sol
Coleman's essay, entitled tho "Tradi
tions of the Bluff," waa an unexcep
tional effort, and we deemed it worthy
of our notice to such an extent that
wc saw lit to publish it on the second
pagoofour paper. The unfortunate
who failed to read it missed an intel
Goody-ear Bnbbcr House, 13
JeiTernon St., south side, between
main and Front. "j-
Ask Your Grocer
Pauola Cooking Oil,
It is guaranteed to give satisfaction.
A number of the friends of Miss
Eva Walton, a promising and popular
vocalist, have suggested a proposition
to give her a benefit within the next
few weeks, to aid her in prosecuting
her musical studies. . Casino Hall has
been named as a suitable place, and a
grand piano has been tendered for the
occasion. Mrs. t ltts, Professor Mre-
lezki and others, it is understood, will
readily assist at such an entertainment.
Miss Walton is a bright young girl
who deserves liberal encouragement,
and with a little timely assistance sbe
would not only becomo self sustaining,
but reflect credit upon her native city.
Goodyear Robber House, IS
Jefferson Ht., south side, between
Main and Front. 5.
Cut Jet Beads for making chains
just received at the Jet Palace. 70f
For Fruit Cakes,
Raisin, Currant?, Citron, Almonds,
Lemon Peel and all kinds of spices.
65f BrcKiiAM & Campbell.
Col. Wm. L. Duff arrived here to
day from the Pacific Coast direct,
where he bas been sojourning for some
months past. Col. Duff came by way
of El Paso, Western Texas, over the
Southern railway route, staging it
through the gap of twenty five miles
between the ends of the two railways
in course of rapid construction, and
soon to conuect us by a continuous
railway route to Southern California
Col. Duff is the picture of robust
health and ceuial Uintcr. His wife
and child are at present in New York.
(saloon and Restaurant,
7, V and II Court street.
Fine Dinners and Lunches.
Wiener and Frankfurter Wnrst
The best Beer, Wines,
Hot Punches. dlt
JOOjI CTALS II, rXDEItTAKLJl,
Ml Second Mreet, IV-t.
WIT. FRANK & CO.
A Tea Dollar Thief.
A young man giving bis came as T
31. Burges, who eays he wis on bis
way fro a Texas to his home in Missis-
s::pi, was locked up last night on the
complaint of Swan Nelson, a barkeeper
at 12u Front street, whe claims Bur
g'.j robbed him of ten dollars. Paul
Bogje. who esj'3 he met up with
Birges yesterday, testified that
tbe joang man pretended to
be looking for a money order from rel
atives in Mississippi and that late in
the evening he suddenly stopped, and
Etoojiag down behind a btrrel which
sat on the edge of the sidewalk pre
tended to pick up a ten dollar bill,
which he bad changed at a neighbor
ing grocery and divided with him.
JJurgtsi frankly conffSAfed the larce
ny and offered no excuse. lie was
sent to jail in default of $11)00 bond.
lUeeivcd dull per Express.
II. NECsmX, MR-, A KOV,
Cor. Jefferson and Keeond.
Buy Pitcher l'timpt of Urowne.
JI NT RECEIVED !
A new line Ladies? Walking
Jackets, Circulars and listers
at wrj low prices.
I. GOLDSMITH A It HON.,
"1 its Main Ktreef.
Fresh ojters in every style at Mrs
Cicalla's, 13 Jefferson street. 84
IlcnnLufkruiann' ladles' and
gears s,jrior parlors are now
open lor the seaston. 42J
A Lively liHsc.
A lively little scene took place in
the suburbs cast of tho city, about
daylight this morning. A darky stole
a fine horse from a farmer living on
the Padncah Fioad, which he traded
to a darky for a mule, traded this
mule for another, and sold that. The
... ... . ..
owner ot tne norso got nis neighbors
together and tracked the thief till they
came up with him thismorning walking
along the road. They called out to
halt, but he made a dash for liberty,
Pistols were produced and shots rat
tled around the fleeting darky as thick
as hail. Officer Cullen happened to
be in the neighborhood and arrived
tivin ib .! jnt in titn" to prevent
tl o daikv'e hide lit iii in idi a ilter
l'. Hi; was lm-k-. up for trial to
morrow in .ti lltlrg
3Jlflfffittftfamm!uttfj in bcr
fjtittt Slbntb, jum Swede beutjdjc dait
bibatcit fiir bie etabtioafclen nufju.
ftcuen. 3cber Teutfdjf, fllcidjnicl ju
loeldjcr Spnrtct geBrig, ift brmgcnb
einflclabeit. rominente Sicbuer loer-
ben bie 2j5eraminiung oorcin.
seas ls.ee. 'Komti.
Ilcd ou the Truiu.
An old lady, supposed to be Annio
Coble, of Morristown, Tenn., died on
the train last evening botween Brink
ley and this city. An inquest was held
last night by Esquire Spcllman but no
particulars concerning tho lady wcro
Slio boarded the train at Brinkloy
Station In apparent health, and boro
evidences of being an educated and
woll-brcd person. She had a satchel
which contained a lunch and $20 45
in money, also other small article?.
She was found dead in her scat upon
the arrival of the train here. Di,
Marable who examined the remains
expressed the opinion that heart dis
ease carried her off. Tho remains were
turned -over to Undertaker John
Walsh and will bo iuterred in a rcs
For Tbankaglviiig Turkey
ALBERT SEESfiEL'S) MARKET,
VH Main Street.
Ladies' Boa vcr,Fclt,Straw,Cliip and Leg
horn Hats reshaped. Goodyear, 250 2nd.
Indies' and Children'
Ladies' Nhawls and
Dress Goods and
. Trimmings at
267 (lain Street.
The Kocond Josclly Concert.
Every seat occupied at the theater
last nigbt, by a cultivated and exceed
ingly attentive audience, testified to
the appreciation held by this publio
for choice entertainments. It is safe
to estimato that the receipts of tho
two performances given by Joseffy
closely approximated $1200. Ihe
stormy weather of Monday night could
not keep people from throngir.g the
theater, and though no rain fell last
night, the overcast skies, muddy high
ways, and raw temperature seemed to
offer no impediment to another out
pouring of our citizens. Joscffy cauir
to us with a high reiutation as an ar
ttst, and he goes away with all who
heard him agreeing that he is as mar
vellous as he is a faultless perlormer
, t,. i- .
on tbe piano, ins programme last
night appeared to give even more sat
isfaction than that of the night before
He was twice recalled and each time
. . . f.n,1'1.
gaveacbarmtng selection, iuu oi origin
and sparkling toses, and rendered
with the same perfection which at
tended everything he attempted. The
singing of Laura Bellini proved an
exquisite addition to the performances
of tho r.eit piani't, and she replied
to two recalls with spirited and
lively vocal rems. The conoert
lasted barely an hour and a half and
the audience dispersed, as on the pre
vious evening, before ten' o'clock. Mr.
Levy, the local manager here, labored
earnestly to make the visit of Joseffy
a success, and be was not rewarded
The Comlcy-Barton troupe come to
us from Louisville to morrow sndwill
present Audran's sparkling opera of
"Olivette" to morrow night, also on
Friday nifclt and a matinee on Satur
day. The prima donna Catherine
Lewis is mentioned as a bewitching
actress and a charming songstress.
The compaoy bas a good reputation
and is said to be complete in every de
KAHX A FREIBERG,
Corner Main and Poplar.
Attention, Tad les I
Jut received: 50c eletrant Satin de
.2X) pes LeHutiful w Print
Patterns, eijuul to Chintz or
AUo 0 rcs J'.ed Table Uama.-k,
slightly damaged by water only.
40c cr yard, worth 75c.
K 41I A FREIBERG,
Corner Bain aad Poplar.
There will be Thanksgiving service
t the Linden Street Christian Church
at 11 a.m. to-morrow, conducted by tbe
pastor, Mr. Trible.
Thanksgiving service at First Mcth
odist Church Thursday at 11 a.m.
To-morrow being Thanksgiving
day, St. Lazarus Church will be open
for service at 10;30 o'clock. The con
gregation of Grace Church will wor
ship with that ot St. Lazarus.
Roy your toilet articles of
J. J. Miles, Druggist,
209 Main street. "it
li. Sceoaol, sr., & Son will have the
largest and Bnct lot of dressed turkeys
in tho city. Leave your orders early,
j0 Second, corner Jefi'crson.
Young man, it costs you thrco dol
lars a day to stay out of tbe S. 31. A.
A. I'll bo round to see you just as
soon as I can get there, but yon may
lose twelve or fifteen dollars before I
find yon out.. Better call at the Com
mercial Hotel or drop me a postal.
W. A. JIcNiely, Agent.
Cm lb P.fcir-rlainr Buckwheat,
hleb ie prepared In njempbla. Ilia
Ihe vary boat that can be mud.' For
ale by all retail grocers. (5f
Public Ledger job printing office
and book bindery, 1J Madison.
fresh Mpnre Itibs and Trekh
Posh liana, lis. kettle ren
dered l ard at Julin Rcld'n, XOtt ,
Front street. 07f '
Xionz Silk Dolmans, ,
Ulsters and Shawls.
PRICKS LOW I
It. LOWEXSTEIX tt BROS.
Fresh Imported Plantations,
Loeb & Mook,
235 Main st.
Buy your shirts at May's.
Dr. Nelson, dentist, 336 Main. 80
Mr. W. T. MoCartey, of the
Brownsville States and Bee, is in tho
Leading modistes delight in rccom
mending Louis Lange's fino fitting
Drs. A. thur K. and It. II. Taylor,
formerly of Memphis.are now resident
physicians at Hot Springs, Ark. 15S1
A grand ball will be given at the
Mnennerchor Hall to morrow (Thanks
giving) night by the Barbers' Union
Social Club. The various committees
have made every arrangement ncces
sary to seourc an cnjoyablo time to
every one who attends the ball.
As the most suitable dessert for a
Thanksgiving dinner nothing equals
fine cigar. Sol Coleman offers to
smokers a larger line of fine Havana as
well as domestic cigars than any other
dealer in the city. Gentlemen on the
way to Thanksgiving dinner should
drop in and get a supply.
Every gentleman in the city is ex
pected to warm up bis internal anat
omy to-morrow witn luanksgiving
turkey and its various toothsome ac
companiment, and to warm up his
external anatomy with winter under
wear from May, Main street
May has the largest, handsomest, and
most stylish stock in the city.
As of old, the headquarters for
choice eatables of nil kinds for
Thanksgiving day or any other day is
Victor D. Fuchs', 39 and 41 Jefferson
street. II is tt ick is always first class.
always large and he always sells as low
as any dealer who offers only pure and
fresh goods. For the Thanksgiving
holiday he has secured choice dressed
turkeys, fish and game of all kinds,
oysters, co'ery, etc., etc. House
keepers can be certain of being suited
Fuchs with everything in his line
Or. A. Goldstein,
The celebrated Optician, can suit your
eyes skillfully with the b'est quality of
Spectacles. Call at his office, No. 273J
Main street, up-stairs, and be con-
One Hall's combination safe, large
size; double doors. Apply to
J. It. McDonald fc Co ,
90 237 Second street.
New Buckwheat, Creamery
Pure Sugar Syrup, Maple
Oliver, Flnnie & Co
The Kershner Improved Water
Elevator will destroy all Impur
ities la Cisterns, whether from
being stagnant or Infested with
wigRletalls. Physicians aud san
itarians use and recommend It.
KEW EM Ml JPF'U CO.,
81 Sladlson street. 76
Memphis Commandcry No.
Knights Templar, will confer
orders of the Temple to-night.
Kilver Moon Yeast Powder
manufactured by us at home and
known to be absolutely pnre and
tree from all adulterations, and
dot Oliver, Flnnie A Co.
"It is the best thing ever organized,'
is the verdict of every man who knows
what the S. 31. A. A. is. Call on W.
A. SlcNccly, Commercial Hotel.
Goodyear Rubber nouse, i:t
Jefferson Nt., south side, between
Main and Front. 75.
Oatmeal, Cracked Wheat, Grits,
Hominy, Navy Deans, Farina.Tapioca,
Sago, ycl!w Pearl 3Ieal, white Pearl
Meal, etc. Bl'ckham a Campbell,
C5t 50 Beal.
Oatmeal, (rucked Wheat, Gra,
ham Flour, Sew York Ml tale Rock-
wheat, Oliver, Finnic A Co. 46 J
hi, Andrews Society.
This gallant littlo band still mani
fests its ancient pluck and spirit. Al
though reduced in numbers by death
and removal, the thirtieth of Novem
ber will be duly celebrated as- usual.
ihe toiiowing ouiccrs cave been
elected to serve lor tne ensuing year
and will bo duly installed on the above
named day: F. J. Turnbull, Prcsi
dent; Andrew 31cKay, Vicc-Prcsi
dent; A. J. Slurray, Secretary; W.
Wallace Young, Treasurer; Dr. Jno
T. Marallc, Physiciao.
The interest of the occasion will
mainly concentrate on a splendid hot
Scotch banquet, to be given at Henry
Luchrman's, beginning at 9 p.m. If
there is not a gathering of the clans,
there will bs a gathering of their
representatives, and they will doubt
less lirger until the wee sma'. hours.
Heir-rlalng Buckwheat, Alwaje
ready for nawi no fallnree; can make
dellelonecakea la tnlnutea. For
ante by all retail grocers. 4M
Fine wine, tiqtirr and oiitars. Mrs.
Cieallu, !3 Jeff.-ti'Dti etnt t. HI
1 Huy (laa Kixtufw f drown.
Lett's Tiieater !
OS. BROOKS, Prop'r & Hfl'r
FIRST TIME HERE.
Ttae Mils ani Weiiesiay
Grand production of tolville's
Great Scnsatioual aud Realistic
Kpectacular Diauia, the
Pronounced Success at Drurv Laie Theater,
London, hnaland. liifantio huscaaa at
Wallock'a Theater, New York. Over
whelming buocos at HoVieker'i
Iheutrr, Chic jo.
Every Scene a Life Picture.
The Infernal Machine.
Ihe Bali in Mid-Ocean.
"The Lust Orop of Water."
Tho Thames River. '
The Lunntte Asylum.
The Passenger Elevator.
AND TUB ADMIRABLR ACTING OF
Brooks & Dickson's
Hs made this Entrancing Play a
Masterpiece of Art.
Will be presented hero with all the MacnirKl
eent brenery anil .ovet Mec-n&mcal c.nocts
which has mad. it Famous in
i wo iicMr.rni.UES,
r6ale of Seats, at Kernlar Theatrical
Prioes, wilt begin next .Saturday inorninv at
uoiientrerr s. s i To
Silver Moou, Royal, Steel l
Price's and Ourkee's Yeast Pow
ders, all pure, Oliver, Flnnie at
Fresh Oystors and Celeiy,
received dally per express. .
VICTOn D. FUCHS,
39 and 41 Jefferson. 22t
Serverl Him Right.
A darky, name not ascertained, was
shot and killed at Scnatobia, Miss.,
last Saturday, by a young man named
Vcasc-y. The two bad an altercation
some time before tho killing, when the
yeung man, it is said, was beaten
rather badly by tho darky, lie was
about to seek redress, but was dis
suaded and paoified by his father, the
latter saying he would himself settle
the trouble. The darky, at a later
hour, went into a store, purchased
ammunition and loaded his shotgun
declaring that he meant to use it upon
a man and be anew tne man. tie
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aotcd in such a threatening manner
that a friend advised young Veascy
The latter entered the store where
the darky was by a rear door, not
knowing him to be insido at the time
Tho negro leveled his gun, pointed it
at Veascy and snapped a cap, when
he was shot down and killed by the
young man. Tho general expression
of the community was that the man
deserved his fate.
WADE'S SPECIALTY t
Pauts to order, live dollars.
R. WAD E,
iS Xorth Court street. 08
I se Self-rising Hnck wheat, 15
Lcntcls (Linscn), Split Peas, Green
Kern. Barley. Green Peas, llice
3racaroni, Vermicelli, Beans, etc
C5t Buckiiam & Campbell.
Heir-rialus- Buebwbeat, prepared I
Memphis, from tbe very beet Kew
York Slate Buckwheat. I'or sal by
all retail grocera. 45f
Eight extra fancy mules for sale for
two days only, at F. A.Jones' stable,
Forrcat'B old stand 72
HenryLuehrmanu's ladles' and
gent's Oyster parlors are now
open for the season. 12f
Ask Your Grocer
Panola Cooking Oil,
H is guaranteed to give satisfaction.
Eleven arrests were made yesterday
and last night.
Rosa Davis, a low nccro woman
was sent te the island for twenty days
because bbc used obscene language on
Kd. Appcrson will serve the city
one hundred days for having t hand
ful of dies in bis pocket.
Two young thioves.Sam. Foster and
Archie Tindall, were calaboosed this
forenoon for plying their trado of cot
Ask Your Grocer
Pasioln Cooking Oil.
It Is K'lr"1''''l K'VI Hhii.ifa-liun.
Announce a revision of prices
throughout their entire line of
Superb Black French Cashmeres.
These Goods are of the Celebrated
Known all over the world
as tlie "Unfading Dye."
We offer two numbers at the same
price that cotton -
are usually sold
- DEALERS IN
Oar Stock is Large aud Fresh, embraces all the Rest Hues ol
Goods kept by the Trade aud
THE LOW EST.
WM OUT ;1T
DEALER IN DIAMONDS. WATCHES AND SILVERWARE,
No. 310 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
awl HAVK JUST RETURNED FROM NEW YORK and hrouht the Lr-ejt Stock of Dia
monds, Watches and tjilrerarere ever in thi, oily. Parties purchasing Diamonds from me
can hare their money refunded less 10 per oent of the purchase money, if dissatisfied within
While in New Tork Isoeured one of the tin eat Watchmaker In Hie city, and am
prepared to do Repairing in first-clau style. I am also prepared to LOAN AlONKY OH
WA1CUK8. DIAMONDS, ete. 37 IIS
KntraDee-39 M0 NK0H and 310 MAIN ST. Old Uolil and Mtver bought for s'h.
Incorporated aud Eatiibllahed Jnnaary.lSSO Oapltal,$QO,000
Office, No. 8 Madison
8 H BELL. NashviHo, Tenn.
T1IOS O'CONNOR, of Cberry.O'Connor 4 Co.
1 1 UOLSAN, Merrphis, Tenn.
S. II. BELL
E. r. (JOIAA!...
UCdlCl3 III VUUUIIiOlUbriSjUl
COTTON.- w.......Not less thsn 11 per bale
WH1EAT ; Not lesa than lo per bushel
C. R. SIDES .Not less than lie per 100
PORK Sot lets than 25c por barret
LARD Not los, than 4Se per tleroe
STOCKS.... Not loss than II por share
The above commlaelonseaver all cxpennes In snaking and closing tradea,
For choice Victors, Siuow Flukes,
Peach Blows, Climax, Ilurb.tnk
seedlings, and Rose Potatoes, at
lowest prices, go to MCCARTHY
at CO., Sit) Front street. 72
An inquest was held yesterday on
the body of a colored washerwoman
named Viney Coopwood, found dead
at 66 DeSoto atrect. The poor woman
had evidently been murdered, as she
was found laying full length on fhe
floor, her fkull fractured by a hatchet
or other heavy iii-truii rut, and blood
beoitieured on ganm-ntu unmiid the
will be Sold at Prices as LOW AS
Street, Memphis, Tenn.'
A R Duncan, of Newell, Dnnean 4 Co, NasRr.
WM Duncan, ot Newell, Dunoan 4 Co, '
Max bai, Cashiur Nashr. bavin Bank "
..President and General Snnerrnlendent.
..Banager Memphis Department.
aill Ut I I UI l?iuii, vis vkiuiiiujiuh
C. R. SIDES..
-...One day. 12! per bale
.Lonner, 2e par bale
, .V,o per bushel
..,& per 100 pounds
,7' per barr
,..16o per tierce
,... Sc per share
room. The murderer is unknown and
the jury found a verdict in accrrdacco.
Goodyear Rubber House, 1-1
Jefferson St, south side, between
Mala aud Front. 75.
HenryLuehrmann's ladles' and
gent's Oyster; parlors are now
open for the season. 42t
Fresh Spare Ribs and fresh
Pork Hams. Also kettle ren
dered Lard at
John Reld's, 800
Tim only place nf aimison cut open
ui niyht is lli" tinting nnk.
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