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THE MEMPHIS JD J 1 1?I?ElJL, SATUBD
JJSTTT-A.
1880.
n, un -;:..-..- .Norn t, j
wi'l s-11. jit s'i"itr x;i ',
1 On Natnrrtay. January St, 1HHO,
all (tie Column s, t:inau.er.t Hi u es of Men, Flsb,
Birds, Anlm c's-In f.ici. all ttie b-aulllul
I'AUAPilKRN tLIA OK TI1E ULK3.
fc'ali f.;ll t.ioH place ut the Kxposillon Hall.
!emph'n.l'". ls-0. E. B. BHKT T!D:8.
Administrators Sale.
T TI1K ARNOLD IT.Aft..IX MILES FROM
iV Memphis, on ihe Lii'iu Lake road,
Hi.iur.lny.Jaii. 31, lHO. ot lOo cl ka m.,
I will s-ll at public fliic'litn. t the hlnhest bidder,
the fiillDW'i.c-iniinwt Hitler belonging to the estate
or K. M Arnold. ll"eee.e-0 : H hoises, 2 COWS It Calves,
!hi'il. Ol l'0;rH, IW" llMH WaiOII aild tiaine.
I. i'm UK ulei s N. X or 4 Mai.d-i of ta-es. boiiH-liclil
mi'l k li'h ii Immune, an i some fnwis, some 4IK)
hu-liels rum. hay and IkW r, 1 cbtsl carpenter's
I ,uri. Teiins of ale CSH.
;K"H K HtV(is. Arfmlnltrr.
JKT 1. I.ACH.
JET PALACE ANNOUNCEMENT !
1J EetmT eonilielltd, Ur jumU nr.y losses byflre.to
realize money as fast as pOs-Mble, I will noil my One
tuck of
Jet l.'oM-Platfltl ami .Solid GoM Jewelry,
(NOT DAMAGED),
AT Ut't: VTI.V UKIIIXKU PKICKS.
REMOVED TO
375 Main St , few doors above old stand.
Parties Indebted to the .let Palace will please
rail and settle.
. slnnafcr
TO EXCHAIMii:.
""TORNER I.OT-A uood comer lot, near Mbsls
" 7 B't'l't an 1 Tei.neesee D pot, for wag in and
t.rn r h-'r ad lne'irv rll nl N'o. el Miiliier .t
r "v AOhKSOf LAND Well Improved, In a blab
'' aiuie of culitva Ion. at (iill's Station, i!V4
miles from city, of M. n'i 0. K. H. Apply to
.1 A. FORicr-ST t'O . rt Monroe st
JIOMSV '111 LOAM.
A f ( NlvY TO LOAN ON LlKF ani ENDOWMKNT
. V L INMKANIK tOMI'ItS We also buy Endow
MKNT l'lll.lt:tK. t-eiUril by l-JUli!l! Companies, ma
turing wlimu live ye ar Aiidre Inclosing stump
for renlv, HtJIif W. nOiiFRd C
C.rnnr i evlni'tfiii Hi-fi rhur'- .'rM, eialtlu-ore.
I'KllXIAAii
H
('. MC1,L has leiuoved Uls law olllce to No.
41 t ulHun Mr-fl
Txn B. I.. LA-KI lias it-niovM lits lesldnnce and
J olinn to HI7 MAIN hT.. o-teeu Aluuroe una
lllllon fivr HK'T'" Inltr-r'1'! n or
(Ill o' 'Pi i --HH' r r. iij inn iuiiuwiiik
y I'lty ot Me'iiiitiU Boinl h iv l-tll stolon, viz:
K.mi i m l:tJ.Mii:l :i.Ml iiT, . J'7. f. 111. fS4i. 1x4M.
ln.Ml ii."i7. ldH:.o. 7h7.-Jl I, :)ii:i4 and :4l. and
a iiiri ti'f in-1 one . i .rti s ijHlinis n lionds wouui
do eil lo tii'ik a nolo ft t!i ' liiimlreU dol
lar ihum ' -1 f t f'ir rriifti i-iiiiw Ann"! oOt'
M iavt t tit miii.i:..
C-1C L i'-'ne lartt-j liaj bo se rxilt; two Tears old;
tore wniin tret; Ionic tall; t-hort mure, and
l(t e ln. Tlie ti nier will tie liberally renatued
by reuillillilf lb" Mime t' A. KHKLUilf,
"H M.irs'inll avenue, ro ner OrleaTi.
SIMiLK ItKOVr Kor geiiilacNen, wltb board, at
II Colli I S'ltifU
IOOM -I,iir'i,lieil ro.iins wl'U excellent table
V b i'inl. i iy lMwirl.(s war.letl at fill Viimriei tit,
DA "! AKI RH-i- AnrtlTr- f iunt.-til room also
torimii. li' 7'.l l.ln leii lieet.
I- AU .K KK"Nr H'K)W Kurnl-lied or unfur-Jm-.tieil
; ilrrssii a nifiii Httj.uue-' lr ilrsire,!. Terms
to sua i'H 1 "tnler , led 77 M HE hT bf.
I0(". Mi-eTy TTirnTsln-d lot m, Willi board, at
V '.'Ml i.aiison s'fi-ei ftni.n' retjtilivd.
J .'lllliN 1' rt'Xil K ( lliliilslievl, at No. 1114
' Court s-rret. Miii.itile lor wiilriimn aiid wile,
or two .IliL'le if-irleiiH' i. Rteiel C 'S
I- tiUMa-iNiwuuni-ilJe'i looms. cheiii, at
V N k:. M a I N sritKET.
u i :x c it a iut:.
HOlrSE N . 1 I nis -. MilinMe for i ug'y. rbafton
or saclill", Will exel'.a' ir for anillllllK of
el na 1 v h 1 1 m A il lre-s. "1 1 IK.- K." till will e!
I K-tiDK.M'K A roninioiiloiis and deslnible resl
IV (Iimico In Bolivar. Tenn., lor like proiierty In
Menil lils. J. W. ft if L' 'N. Iei t'ft,
l?;r uiln meet.
VVfLI.Txi- I...IKH ' II" llc-o.iblo llWelllllU With
4 ene lot ciuitenleiu to a: lenolil female col
lee, in Lai'iam!". i-ii)., lor donliiiK tn Mennihls.
f or rtferer.ce aopiy to C. L. fciilllvnn, liall a Dep.t,
Teiri
CtOMl'f.Ti- NT A CuONTAN r mid Bonk keeper fa
take an linuoitant -erelaryliit. Adfuess,
vllh rel-r lie, KKI UV, Mil olllce
D
AYBOAItfttua Unve lofuis furnljlied or un
ruro s'lO. at t:t recoiMl lieei.
iOUK i " An K.i3 -And Oil tflltlOIl-bole-
niuker Afi'l iniiiieiiimeiy.
vftri A K. ,l,in. Main stret.
S lTfAl'l' N-A nii;i-ili.tnnl'iit cf fiiiu; best of
cit or Ouiuilry references itiven Address J . M.,
care of L L wiioin Jt Co ..ill f roy mreet,
llli iN. 11 1 I' A I S. mi l all trades ot CottOD.
Ortiersby mini pioin; tly ntfrideu to.
a liABiV, Agent,
No. II. l't mid I'lBcale street.
lMI IJATION riy nii"i nun of business hanils,
O who tin s a good Hand, and Is a ifiaduate of the
Va An. and Jl. ollme deslies a situation as clerk,
or Vmiie ir;ciw li re lie cm esrn an hne-t Hvlni!.
Address w -i. K. KhaNKI l. ilils titllee.
A-faOAii'li.oa Air iijiu and lioard,
hi U'.l Matttson st.
turn nr.fr'r.
H
OUaE Wo. 1 1 4 Court street. Apnlv to
HAIl 11 I liw AKl'. n .leirerson sr.
R
CX'JU-Ntcely furnished rooms for re at, at tbe
I erry tlouae, 4-i roi ir irer.
MBS. O. P. KKKFMAN.
"I"T OU8S-Kurnlshed tir unrumlsbed, at $35 per
XX uiontli; seveial boarders will remain-in tbe
bouse. If d -sired. Anplv nt I'.'H Court street.
ESIIKNCK Or rart of It. Anrly at No 244
l Wasline.'lon. it ...i inn 4 i .lenersi'ii.
STOKK3- IiweHliius. o ::ces, Uo ms
Mrs. I D.CONAW iv, AKtnt.s Madison st.
TESlliENfE Korm-rly ocounled by A. K. Krank
V Ian Mt Poplar Mteel; In tlr-t-cl:i order;
fill re inoi.lti. Apidv to MENKEN BUOd.
HOI'S Tbe oe-oi.Uile 2-story frame dwellinK
!i iue. Mi V!,t Unilen sirett. Just east of
W-lll'uion; lias all the mocein iiiipiovemetits and
Is In peilnH or-'ei. Also, a neat Coltaire pleasantly
li.Csted, at 4'J'I I'ontoioc street, near Oileans. Ap
,,ly (i, J. H f HKt'HKttn. 10 Madison St.
CtOltNEH i-TOE-ibe ellnltile corner store, at
J o. 2tl." 'alti ftreet. cointr ot Court, hereto
fore cccu;iled as a Jeneny store.
JOUN M. CAKMAfK, Attorney,
lit West court street
STOUKIIOI'SKS Sa eral larue ttrst class Main
slreet st 'teluiu es. rentialiy localed.
Storehouses ;:tr and 2:t7 fevr nd street.
C'oleiV ' i ' old 8' and WV& See n stieet.
No 2'i4 sec mil street, corner Court.
Hwelllio.'h"uie on .Jessamine Slit t, recently occu
pled li. K. L. Topp.
Hwell'ons In le suburbs.
ItOtl acres welMeiiced cultlvntable land, two miles
fiom the eliy.
Weil luiptoveii i isrenf 2'lft Hcres, six miles from
city, with Hue cotton ittu
rileepliiif- ooiuaiidolllo. s on Kiotit. Crvi't .trd Second
edveis. JuHN iiVElt roN, Jh.
Apply to O. N. (iUUnVKiSHK,
corner S.siul a"dCourt.
j ii I K t'oK UtXIiKN OK- r7t l.u oen street, ip
X. piy to CLAktliK, JOUNrti iN A CO.,
.'170 Kront streeL
IjlLANTA l ION-Tbe i.iiioii plii.-e, leu in lies south
of M-ii'ptilH, cont :mlnrf Jital acres of maid
clear ! land tor rn' lor one or more years; plenly
or wat'T..inl Ho" stock ranee. Apply to It. Dudley
Erajscr, Nj. U MadUon stro-1 or
Z.KNO T. HAKKI3.
at WliMe Have i, Tenn.
U oJfTXN lTIorl ONoDALE 1'LACK.
or the ciinlnn Jtar the ell known Lons
dale Place; a two-and-a-half story bouse, contain
ing fourteen to sixteen rooms, a short distance be
yond tbe corporation line. The lot contains four
acres, well Improved. Willi shade trees, maenoilas
and other every reens, wltti a Kood nanlen; two
lniire cisterns and a well, arables, barns and other
out iiiilliiinus. HI be r- n eo low to a irood tenant.
Apply lo H HU'inii'Mi, L'O li..iliMiu st.
1oO l l.a"ri;"iMiiiluiiiisiied iroui loom, wilti small
rot in connect!' X. c m b.i b id. llli K"Od bounl,
at 7 J Conn sin et rteien lues n ijoirf o.
I )UUt-i - l-ur: bli'si or unruini-iieo. siiiRieor in
X suit, wlilion ts'iid: epailinenis sulled lor
Imlil housf kerpimt. a' ml Jefferson wireeL
HOi'MS -ei'roi.-lieu r.sims, til tofrM per UionUi,
HI H7 Jelfr-rwi rtreer
"V t.sl I'KNCK - I clean, c iinuidloi.s resl
tv clems s. Ire- tnnn fiver Infect Ion.
HM'i M K I W K r h K KL L' l Second st.
t ici.i A i I' UiH 'M.i- lo Hie piaiiiers lusur
V H'ice It'itiilii it, a lew etimmoilUnis oltlis and
e'eepli k- lenus, Willi all inouern Impiovenienis. aud
I h.o-io..-1'l s .1 si".! lfiee I iim eolilemie
B.M.STBATTON
Dealer in Staple and Fancy
I'resh f.tse d Caiutf d Goods.
l.est Green and lilac k Tea on the market.
Clmic-e tiri ou an ! Frth rarched Coffee.
The Charm l.'aU!ii;r-rovdcr bus no su
perior for blrength aud purity.
Choice Maple and Golden Sjrup,
Fresh Hominy, Grit., 1'earl Meal,
Cracked Win-aland Graham Hour.
Use the Kl.NU Sc Willi K MVAX FLU UK.
B.M.STRATTON
r Kl'BBIK'M TIIKATF.K.
MA (soimerly ftieuipnls 1 Heater.)
HA VEY B.H'JUKM Propiletors and Managers.
IMMENSE SCCCKSfl OkThK POPULAR COME
Dl N, UK.
I II A It I. KM W. BITTI.Klt,
A3 ICHABOD CRANE IN WOLFERT'S ROOST
A3 COL.MJLBERRY t-ELLERd In COL. SELLERS
who, owli K lo tbe continued Illness of Mr. Ray
mond, ba sustained tbe title rolts.
MATINEE TO-DAY AT 2 O'CLOCK
Farewell performance WOLKERT'S ROOST.
Monday. Jan grt -Miss Annie Plxiey In ' M LIES."
AHIKKICAS Jll-iUti
Ha. a Main street.
Open from a-in. to 10 pm.,wlth performances
each hour. Tbe Egyptian Mystery, or London Ubost
Sim. School of Trained Anneals. i.arcesi io-
ceM show In lbs woild.
lbs woild. iv-r 500 Curt isltlts.
-f.ool ebtM
en ,1ml"e.1 for nronN fn Hut or .
Jf.JII,l.l Atil.v-.! It 11,1.1 AKl!
C0VUShVS BULIAKf PiKLOB !
Ko. lit 31 on roe Otreet.
BiLLiAKII AM) POllt TABLKSi
And all kinds of Sportlng(ir-jyr-,
avyT yr.t THE " .-Cooi.T.TViVFR CO.
rttt: it I It l SIOKK,
KIKIIS t. . . .11 1 Rllt ! . - JU1CI !
EXTR A IX D C CEMENTS !
HAKTZ MOUNTAIN CAN A It IKS!
l EDT HINUEBb
ARB OFFERED AT THS FOLLOWING PRICES :
Splendid Singer
Cnoice Select SI niterj
Female Canarte
Caes
Presentation Cages
8
8 00
8 25
1 50
from e)5 cents to 5 IM)
from $7 to 60 00
Also, a fine selection of Fancy Grasses, Bouquets,
Hirjglng-Baskets. Vase?. Uoldnsb, Aquarl
oma, etc.
tST WIre-orlt, itch! a Oarden-fenclng and Wire-
guards for doors and store-windows, at
ra k ji I n i ! ituzi store,
811 H4IW KTRItKT.
VUK H j ' Hll iSKJWT.
1TOREPOU3E At Central Point, on east side of
? plgeonroo-t load At ply to
w N i-MAN', in tbe nremlse
TULU On Safmd-iy last, January 17tb, from
iJ near Batt'ett. Tenn.. my b'ack hor-o mule.
afout bands IiIku; has a little sore on tbe
top of his nock made by tbe collar; he I Je:
black: when last seen bad saddle and bridle on.
Will pay a liteial reward on bl return to me.
at Bartlttt, Tennessee.
J. VAUGHAV,
r i t.ivril OIRN-MIf.l. Onnd as new.
) DrXA N h V t i , KSKE. Concord b:., Memphis.
LAND ON Bin CREEK CJuarter of a mile from
J Mllllni'ti n Depot, on Memphis and Pa.--.ucab
R ulreao; hlleu miles tmin iempnis; 2ii acres;
the richest tract In Shelby coi.nt); cover-d wltb pri
meval forest, eonslsilns of walnut, reilow-noplar,
pawpaw. bicKory,. sassafras, oak and ab,all 'f the
nuet cuaiacler j ne enure tract is nea' ly a plana.
Title perlect and sale positive. Term- cash
F. W. KOYaTER & CO.
LAND-US ares ot land, thiee miles enst of Col
lleivilie, Tenn.; tine improvements; h"use
eontalntiiR seren room-; 110 acres In cultivation;
good Jorciiard and good water. Apply to D. J Ar-ur-ur,
or Selden & Paiker. 2X5 Main street.
DuTtioritRK, sUxslcand fixtures. doltiR a Kood
bu-lness. Keason for selling the death of
the proprietor A r.sro. hanc Br
'AVKY & ' F RL1N, HO Madison St.
I Jlll.s l liill.lbniAi.Aii' HilsnERY Mavinf
L pun based the Type, prcasts (Hoe. Campbell
a id t"idoni. B'ruk Bii deryanil Machinery of Ihe
late "Bjyie Printing Cointuny." we whl sell the
s.une In uuiUitltlfc. lo mit purchasers. Ad ires
S. C. TOOK It CO.. Mempbls.
TiARVf Of rill acMes. one mile from Columbia,
J ' Maury oountv, Term , on the ML Pleasant pike;
well watered. F r pa llculars apply to
& C. M'LOWELL. Attorney at Law,
Columbia, Tennessee.
JACKS Two w-ll bred Mn?Jle Tennessee Jscks;
14Whupds; well broke; perlinree furnished.
J. a. KOKH SI CO..
f.i and 7.1 Monroe sirett.
ors -Two iinimnToved in's on ueorla street,
j H7Mj te-1 trout each, by J HO teetoeep nearSt.
,1 , iseph's Church T J. LATHAM.
tiik -r, mri or i..u. y.ioiiuiy and lauaiity
iruarantiied Le cve or !'?rs el .louii A. f-e'iie's,
Kront sciocl, or W. J. C'.iaxe Co,', 12 vfuln
Street. O. H P. I'H'KK.
loa
IN rOUSI) PACKAGES.
With tlio brst kuown and lafes-t
litiprovrd ruac hinery, we ire d;iily
ri'iietiiiif an A 1 grede of Va ffee and
pullinsf it up ii POl'XH PAt KMiliN
itiiiltrtlie'slLVtU nOLii" bratdof
Heat G ildert Kio CiiflVi'. 'ilie wrap
lwr is neat and thovy, Healed air
tight and packtd ia cases f 20 and
o() pounds.
e ft 11 1 he same CVS'ec loose, fit her
glossed or. pl tin rousted, pnt up in
tit an new barrels made for the pnr
poe. We also EOiST 1'EAXUT?, nicely
aud evenly, Tvlikii can be elopped
either in Bags or llarrels.
Merchants vfishius their own C.'of
foa roasted and pnt in tight new bar
rels, can hate it done by sending to
us.
OLIVER, FIMNIE& CO
WHOLESALE GHOCERS,
LOCAL FAKAGKAF1I.N.
Tho Mieaiasippi has commenced declin
ing. The legislative c-uacil will hold a meet
ing on Monday next.
The weather has moderated again, tho
winter season is over.
The Emma Abbott opera troupe will be
the ut it musical sensation in our city.
Yesterday morning frost and ice ap
penred in tne gutters throughout the city.
A fow arrests were made by the police
yesterday acd last ni'ht all tor naiuor of
lsuses. Tho week after next at the Theater we
will have the Emma Abbott 0 era tioapa for
tour meats.
The woi's of sewerage is progressing un-d-r
the (supervision of Colouel Vvariug and
assistants.
The muddy streets are drying up rapidly.
In Memphis mud and dust follow each uther
in tapid succccsicn.
The matinee to-day at the Theater will
bo the Inet pertormance given by tbe Ray
mond dramatic company.
Thu cotton receipts cmtintie to keep up
w;n.der!ully. As a cotton matt Memphis
btands in the frout rank.
Monday night next r.t thoTheater Mies
Annie Pix'ey and conipiuy will appear in
M'liss, or tho Cniht of the Sierras.
At tho Theater matiuee to-day IVolfert's
Jiooft will be the dramatic nttri cti .n, and tw
ilight Colonel Sellers will be presented.
Every Rood citizen should r.ct as a volun
teer member ot tha board of health, and keep
hid own premises cleau in eviy particular.
Keep your windows open during the cool
days ard nights. Ventilation cannot be tco
strongly insisted upon as a health movement.
An open cihtorn on a vacant lot on Mos
by street, between lliil and Cjiimby street?,
is in a dangerous condition and requires at
tention. Iho said of seats for the theatrical en
gagement of tha Annie Pixley company in
M'lirm, next week, will commence at lljlleu
berg'a to-day.
The United Stales court yesterday ad
journed over to Monday next, owing to the
do.uh cf Dr. Hammond, lather of Judge
Hammond ot the court.
Tho vagrant cow, bog, coit or other nni
mat running at large (except tha dot) will be
impounded. Ihe owners of such stock will
takii ciuH notice and govern themselves ac
cordingly. Tho railroad pooliug or purchasing of
long ii"e8.of rad is the great topic of con
veisatiod in r-t'lroad circles. The purchasing
ot lines in Arkansas, wibt ot Memphis, is
now tho bono of couU'itien.
Several insane peooiu tic tha ccuuty j lil
make it exceedingly lively aad interesting tor
tho jailer and In assistants. Thoy preach
s rmoua and usa all kinds of ugly language,
and oceasiooally tho prison-keepers have to
keep tnem closely conSned.
Variety shows do not S 'urish here, they
ire gout rally tak n cbariro ot by the sheriff.
Years avo tbe variety buiuea waa oa tbe
"bxini," but at present that style of thea'.ri
cal business is uudei- a cloud and has goae
where tho woodbine twinetu.
Godey's Latin's Magazine for February;
Xew Scientific Library, containing l'rof.Tyn
dall'i work, complete, on the "Forms of
sled Ooffee
Wafer." rrica fifteen cents: Atlantic, Har
per's, Popular Science, CoUmporary, Inter-
national ant iorT A men can ueviews, ai
M-An9 ord'g, 298 Main street.
Yesterday Jim Thoman, colored, was ar
rosftd bv the police on the charge of killint;
Jee38 Graham, at 11-rnandD, MtsBiasippt,
Borne time since. The murder ia aid to
have Lt-eo without provocation. Detective
i'ryde took Taoma8 down to Hernando and
turned him over to the authorities.
The Grenada (Mis.) New South says:
"The work of constructing Bewers in Mem
pbt?, according to the Waring plau, bep-an
ypsierday. Toe Memphins are thoroughly
alivo fo the work they have ia hand. The
vi:cr vfiih which they are pushing ahead
th'jws thnt there is aad will continue to be
life in that enterprising city."
Yer-terdav Detectives Pryde andM'Cune
arretted VY. M. Aibrition, who la charged
with pssHina conntr'eit money at Hunts
viil , AUibAma. Tne United States marshal
ai. Hunts viiie te!etrrftphtd to the poiice aa
thoritiea here for tbe aircst ot A'.britton, who
v.'bb Qur-at work at trie CbfirlcstonTajlroad
-hop4. Albriitin wni be field here subjectto
tbe action ot the north Alabama aumonues,
who will send for him.
IMSKSVyJiAliS.
Dr. Guy Liixt and wife, of Kentucky, are
at the Peabody.
Mk J. W. Couch, editor of the Forrest
C'ty Courier, is in the city.
Mk. J. W. Mobrissey, manager of the
Emma Abbott grand opera troupe, is in the
city.
Miss Nina "Ward, of Nashville, is visit
ing Mrs. C. H. Evan, at No. 66 Wellington
street.
Rev. S. Landrum will arrive in the citv
todiy, and preach at the Central Baptist
church to morrow.
Colonel Pat Duffy returned from "Ould
Ireland' this morning, and has taken quar
ters at the Peabody.
r.psmnt.. Tmr M. Collier, southern
Da's.-ngyr agent of the Baltimore and Ohio
railroad, ana UOIOnei lom u. carnes, oi v,iu'
cinnati, are at the Peabody.
Visitors registered yesterday at the cot
ton exchange: P. L. Tipton. Dyersbnrg; Sta
art NicuoiHon, Englfftd; W. M. M'Cail, All
lac: G. W. Dowdy, Sauldbury.
Mr. M. Munford, of the Kansas Citv
Times, t-ccompauied by Lis wife, was in tbe
city jeaterday, en route tor t:s borne via vov
loijtoii, wbero bis ia.her resides.
Mr. Steve Clement, at IS6 Beale street,
has anticipated tuu Wauts ot his customers oy
laying in an abundar t supoly ot oysters, fish,
game and celery. He invites a can.
Mr. Herbert Rhett bgs leave to re-tci-n
ihacka to the party who took his over
coat from his office yesterday and was consid-trat-i
en ugh to take tiie papers oui ot the
pockets and leave theux on his table.
A-ilL'SEJlENTS.
I,enbrie'eJ Theater.
List nifcht Colonel Sellers was presented
at tbe Tbei.ter by the Raymond combination
with Mr. Charles W. Butier in the title role,
owicti; to Ihe illness oi Mr. Raymoud. Mr.
Batler, an actr of cietit, acquitted himself
in a most ere cH able manner, aud played the
part well. Oi' course the drama without Mr.
R vmond ns "C.ilonel Syllis" is like Hamlet
with tha part of "Hamlet" omitted, becau-e
Mr. Riytunnd has made tha role a speciality
and bus a'-quired a reputation mi's presenta
tion. Thi ch -racter ot "Liura Hawkins,"
was taken by Mm Florence Mitchell, a young
lady from Louisville, wbo made her debut be
fore a Memphis audience, atid developed dra
matic talent which gave promioe of a bright
future, provided a careful study of (stage and
peneral dramatic bnsineHS is a-tended to. She
succeeded in pleasing the audience, and nas
greeted with tnott epcruiasjing applause.
lYe o'her roles were well tilled by the mem
bers of the company. ' At tbe matinee to day
Wviferfs Roost will be the attraction, and
this will close the engagement ot the com
panv. Thore will be ro performance to
night. Xtxt Week.
Monday evening M'liss will be pieseiited
bv Miss Anna Pixley and craipauy at Leu
brie'a Theater. The play is founded upon
California lite and it is interesting and at
t'active. Of the cootpany an exrhacge says:
"During the past week the attraction has
l)r--n Aui;ia Pixiey m tlio title role of toe
C.ilifornia epis du M'lins, which is not a
comedy, lor it has a murder io it, and it is
coc a tiai-edy, for it ends with a marriage.
In Rpite ol its illegitim.cy it is attractive and
mttrotticg, ard together with Miss Pixlej
has became an established favorite. The ap
plidi.-e from ihe Celestial circles can be heard
f'ora the ditt-isco of a r lock. The curtain is
always iun up, aud alter tht t Mies Pix'ey
in her fhot t dress and tangled hair mustc. me
before the footlights whether 8'ie wiii or not.
Her fong? have excited deserved admiration,
and hava contributed in no small degree to
tbe suites.! of her engagement. The com-
f pany vsmta supo
orta her is excellent.
LAiV KEHOilTS.
Chancery tonrt-Jnflze 91'Bowell.
- Calendar for Montiay the sirae as that
t pending last week. The Blatkwell case hes
! preference.
line JKotice.
Sol Coleman's popular cigar estab
lishment is closed to-morrow. The
.tore will ba open until eleven
o'clock to-night for the accommoda
tioa of the numerous patrons of the
"Smokers' Favorite,"
SOL COLEMAN'S NO. 10 CIGAR3.
An excelierit assortment of fresh
IMPORTED HENRY CLAY CIGARS
Just received.
The Doctors Yielding;.
Evf-r since Prof. Green wrote to the Medi
cal Record silvb-icg physicians every where to
use tbe Suta kidney and liver cure ia their
practice, it has ben gaining in favor with
tho profession. They can find nothing which
is a eubstitufe for it. K. Caulkins, M.D., of
Rochester, N. Y , eays ha would now pres
cribe it to ail who nre cfilicted with serious
kidney and iiver aiseases.
rirtioko VVrighfw ornnti lurham.
Army Experience.
Tbe ffii-ieiicy of Warner's Safe pills was
Srst recdered unquesiionuble by their use in
the Eaglish army ia malarial regions, where
the st-.'mach and bowels were peculiarly sub
ject to derangement. They were found to
oo tho best ot army ia dicines in such re
gions. H. J. Foster, ot Toronto, writes that
they recently cured him completely of sleep
lessness, caused by biliousness. See other
testimonials.
Weed ti rain.
Klerk, White, tsnd Keel eet Oats,
low to the Trade.
K. V. BICHAXAX A CO.,
Ill n1 IS I ntnn street.
Reacted Cardinal Capes!
A HIGH NOVELTY !
just received by
31EXK.KJS BKOTiiEB.
Floyd's Jiiestanrant,
"That's Floyd's," is what people a;y.
"Lt's go ia and get something nice." Our
restaurant h-cs become so popular that all the
country people go there, and ladies never go
shopping without stooping at Floyd's.
ftinoLe lYrltstit's (trance Jlu-hain.
I'lojd's Candies
And ice-creams aro delicious. Try them.
They will ploitsa you.
Over 2UOO flruKgists
In various parts of the Uuited Slates have
signed the following indorsement, the signa
tures of which may be seen at 21 Piatt street,
New Yoik: "Gentlemen For the past few
years we have sold various brands ot porous
plasters. Physicians r.nd the public prefer
Benson's capcine porous plasters to all others.
We consider them one of the very few reli
abl") household remedies." Scores of emi
nent physicians havo spoken nnd written
about this arti-.-ie, commending it in the bigh
es terms. Benson's capcine porous plaster
is without doubt the best remedy ever de
vised for lame and weak b ick. stubborn
coughs, kidney and spinal complaints and nil
local aches and paics. Tne public are special
ly cautioned against cheap aud worthless
plasters having similar sounding names ac
cept only Benson's capcine porous plaster.
Sold by all druggists. Price, 25c.
Turkish JftatbH.
Dr. Z-.ermann, o7 Adams ttreet, opposite
t'ao police station, general bathingbouse for
ladies and gentlemen. Turkish, hot. cold
acd vapor baths for keeping health. Water
enro extra apartments for weak nnd elected
persons. JiouieopaiDy ana njuropainy are
tho only sure and direct cures as a treatment
for tue weak and sotfetin?, and restoring
health. I will be u-'.d to watt on all that .way
call.
ats' bwola, k altera Mtl allppera
eheap at Adler A ar.'s,W Ueale street.
KA1L.KOADM.
The Lace Kailteatt ParchMea by tbe
Iionlaville, Maobvllle wa Cireat
Meatbera Railroad The Ar
biBiM Koads la tbe
market.
The recent railroad transactions resulting
in the purchase of short-line connections by
tbe Louisville, Nashville and Great Southern
raiiroad company created quite a sensation
at Louisville, Nashviile and other intermedi
ate points, but at Mempt is, ouiside of rail
road circles, but little interest was developed.
Memphis people in business circles do not
regard the transactions, so tar, as affecting
their interests; out a new development Las
taken place which will be of interest to all
business men in out city. Negotiations ara
being made to (.urchase and abssrb itio rail
road lines in Arkansas immediately
west of Memphis tha Little Rjck
road and tha Fort Smith road
with ,a view to control the trade of
Texas. Tbe mainspring ot the railroad pur
chase seems to be in New York city, whence
the news of the purchases' of southern ratl
toads reaches us. An Appeal reporter,
while investigating the railroad mystery yet
terday, learned that the Little Rock aud Foit
Stuilh roads were in the market for sale, or
were at least being bid for by rival combina
tion lines. The Charleston raiiroad company,
the St. Louis and Iron Mountain rauroaa
company and, possibly, the Memphis and
Louisville raUroad combination, are now on
deavoring to purchase these two Arkansas
roads, but as to which combination will succeed
in securing these roads is as yet a sealed-up
mystery. In view of the prospective sale the
stock of the Memphis and Charleston railroad
has advanced to eighteen cents. The rail
road men here are reticent, and assert that
tbey know but little as to the prospective
purchaser of the roads west of us in Arkansas
the trading tor them being conducted ia
New York city. Should the St. Louis and
Iron Mountain road get possession of the
Little Rock and the Fort Smith roads, t
will work to the disadvantage of Memphis
and Memphis merchants who are interested
in tbe Texas trade.
MKJll'UlS HlUia MCUOOJLS.
UoBtaly Receptions Interesting Kx
erclwes Tbe Pupils or the "School
lasae a Bl-iuoothly News
paper in tan Interest
ot .Education.
Since the opening of tha present session
Superintendent Foute has inaugurated a se
ries ot bi-monthly receptions in tha Memphis
biuh school, to wnich members of the board
of education, friends of the ecbool and repre
sentatives of the city press have been cordial
ly invited. The fourth of these receptions
took place on yesterday evening, and a large
and appreciative audience was present. The
programme of exercises consisted of severs!
well-written assays one bv Miss Kate Flyun
aad read by Mia Lizzie Kennedy, and an
other written acd read by Miss Lillie M'Katn,
being especially noticeable for admirable
end beautiful literary style. The literary ex
ercises were interaperied with chou9 acd
beautiful music, wbicn evinced both care
and taste in selection. Tha class cho
rus by tha first year cIres, and the duets
and trios by the second and third year pupils,
were received with much applauds and com
mendation. A specimen of tocical recitation
in English history was given by a member of
tho first year cla?s, who recited tha entire
reicrn of Alired the Great in a manner which
reflects infinite credit upon herself and teach
er. By far the most pleasing feature of the
programme, however, was the prese-ntntion
of tho iourth number of the High School Her
ald, a bi-monthly rewspaper conducted by
the pupils of the high school. The paper,
we understand, was started by tha superin
tendent at tkie opening of the present ses
sion os a means ot encouraging work in com
position, and has been growing in interest
from its inception, the preaent issue was
filled with editorial, compositions, selected
and local matteis of a character which not
only denotes great and commendable skill in
writing on the part of the contributors, but
much discrimination and judgment on tne
part of the teachers in charge of tha high
school.
Wliicli in the Cheapest,
A package) ot Doke s Durham, containing
twenty pipe-fulls of the beet smoitng tobacco
made, or one common cigar? Eich coats
ten cents.
coitomy i Wealth.
Genta ctothini dyd, cleaned and reDaireJ.
by I. Isaacs, 270 Secoi d street, opposite Court
square, JVlempb'S, lennessee.
French JSteam lyc-Works.
Ladies acd gentlemen's goods dyed and
cleaned at Louis jiit?el . b'i Ji tterson ttreet
.Brown & Jones.
"Pitt-bartr, Mhot-fvell and Cannel Ca.
StHJS Jlaln Htr. et.
Who is 31 rs. Winslow?
As this question is frequently asked, we
will simply say that she is a lady who for up
ward ot thirty years has untiringly devoted
her time and taiertts as a female physician
and nurse, principally among children. She
has especially studied the constitution and
wants of this tu mere us cla?s, and, as a result
ot this effort, and practical knowledge, ob
tained in a lifetime spent as nurse and phy
sician, she has compounded asoothmg syrup.
for children teething. I ' operates like
magic, giving rest and health, and is, more
over, sure to regulate the bowels. Iu coesO'
auecce of this article. Mrs. Winslow is be
coming world renowned as a benefactor of
her race; children certainly do rise up and
bless ber; especially is this the case in this
city. Vast quantities of the soothing syrap
are daily sold and used here. We think Mrs.
Winslow has immortalized her nama by this
invaluablo article, and we sincerely believe
thousands of children have been saved from
an early grave by its timely use, and that
millions yet unborn will share its oeccuts, and
unita in calling her blessed. No mother has
discharged her duty to her Buffering Utile
one, in our opinion, until cue has given it tee
benefit ot Mrs. Winslow s soothing pyrup,
Try it, mothers; try it now. Ladies' Vititor,
New York city. bold by all druggists,
twenty-hve cents a bottle.
Just .Received.
A fresh shipment of the finest imported
HAVANA CIGARS
In the United States.
Flor d' Cuba, Salamones, 65a each.
Flor d Cuba brquet. 3 for 753.
J?!or d CubaEscepcionailes, 3 for $1.
Aad many other popular brands, at
SOL COLEMAN'S, 316 Main st.
Thb seeds of sickness and of death
In a dtsoroered mouth are sown;
"When bad tbe teeth or foul tbe breatb,
Both soul and body lose their tone.
Till Sozodont's brought Into iilay.
And sweeps those dire defects away.
For finest flavor, smoke Wright's Or-
snge uarham. At excels nil.
Lynn Haves Kay frhell Oysters re
reived dally per express st Henry
Ainebrmaaa's, ;all sua try in cm.
Hall's vegetable Sicilian hair renewer is
the best preparation known to preserve tbe
hair. Use it.
J. W. Alley has opened an office at 285
Main street for the accommodation of his
friends and customers, where W. L. Radford
can be ioun i to take orders for Pittsburg
coal, coke and wood. Pittsburg coal, sixty
cents; Ohio river cohI, fittv cents.
J.A.F0RREST&C0
DEALERS IN
Horses and Mules
61 & 63 Monroe St., near Peabody Hotel,
"VTtTE are receiving daily s large assortment ot
VV HORaEd aud MULES. Persons WiUitlna
stock will save rroney by calling before purcbaslnn
elsewhere. Everything sold by us fully guaranteed.
Ciders solicited.
MARDL-GRAS!
Masks and Costumes
Kor Ladles and Seatlemen-Sew
Htoek, In fcireat Variety.
Sam'l Pilay.Costumer,
235 TWAIN RTRWJT.
NOTICE 10 COTTON SHIPPERS
ON and after this date, all engagements of cotton
for foreign and domestic iioints must be deliv
ered to tbe compress wltbln six days (Sundaisnot
Induced) arter tne enKaAtementa are made, otner
wise the engagements win oe cancelled.
B HUHE-5, Agent Va. Tun. Air Line.
JOHN BURNS. Airent L i N. 4 H S B. H.
M. RUhKR. Suu't Miss Tenn. BaUmad.
B. W. Ll'sHTBURN K,(i. F.Ag't M. A O. K. Fkt Co.
j. T. w AsniiMi iu.-s. Agent.
AD STORrt euip't Anchor-Line,
JUjKPH KAiiH, Ag--nt C. A V Railroad.
HA VING this day purchased the stork, fixtures and
good will of tbe business or I. K. PETERS
CO., and made arrangements with a large eastern
boose to place a nrst-class stock of new and eleuant
Hats, etc . on my shelves. Tbe entire remainder of
fashionable Hats, Caps, etc., must be closed out this
week, and will be sold at very low figures, closing tbe
balance out Saturday night, at six o'clock, at Auction.
JAMES KLKXLAND.
Hkmi'ius, January 20, 1880.
East India Pile Cnre. The
only specific for all forms of
Piles. In use in foreign coun
tries for years, lately intro
duced into Anrerica. Warrant
ed to give instant relief and a
permanent cure guaranteed.
Sold by all druggists or mailed
free on receipt of price, 50
cents, bythe American agents,
Richardson & Co., Wholesale
Druggists, Saint Louis, Mo.
ZAItA'S BILIOUS PILLS,
guaranteed to give immediate
relief in all cases of Bilious
and Liver Complaints, Cos
tiveness, Sick Headache, In.
digestion, and . cleansing the
system of all impurities. Price
25 cents. All druggists sell
them.
IN USE FORTY TEARS.
Dr. Storm's
CELEBRATED SCOTCH
Cough Sandy
A Safe and Pleasant Remedy for
COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA,
HOARSENESS and Strengthen
ing the Lungs.
SOLD EVERYWHERE.
Price only 10 Cents.
l jet-jus i a. v. k
f l , im " -s-l
ii, ' y w -
vin!irTv.'c:wK
Cincinnati Packing Co
PACHKBS OP
PORK, LARD,
AND
" QUEEN OF THE WEST BRAND "
OF
Kxtra Nngar-Cnred Hams,
!honIder,
and Breakfast JJucon,
C'wii MMim Totecii
w.ir,lcl hiltc prtzr Bl C--ntninl! tipwi'MJ
i,.r rhnrt o.l'l'.o toi fj.v.'lmor """"f '
-f'fr t:r TCV'i'"7 ami jvKlnri" fb n6C tfcrt
v,.r r i.iiic A our bin. ftri tile mtrk H note.?
iniiiitfl ot iTiferli.r v-oods. -rs, that furktatt1 l
-,L every pin? Sold i.v !l dealers cenl for
f;;.c. in C -'.K..i- A " '!lr'. P-te bllTe '
W. A. FAIRES & GO
(Succes-iors toJ.RiW. A. Falres), Dealers In
HOISES and JflUIiISS,
No. 55 Union street.
WE keep constantly on band a choice selection
of Hordes and Mules. Kveiythlng guaran-
teed as repieaemed. Oruers sollc'td.
J. riiiEEETY Sz CO
And Manufacturers of Flaherty's Patent
Preserving L'as&et or Corpse Cooler,
S17 and 818 KECONO ST., SKJSPH18
WE keep on band Tul-. lines of Metallic So
Walnut. Bosewood Sinlshed Casket and
Cases, trimmed In the highest style of art. CMers
Mai r,- TAimn-iinn win nr.imnri? -inw, i:. u
JLUhmUSt' EAN1IABY litOX,
A. 1. illfc.lts, manager.
94 Baekman St, New York.
CO
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JENNINGS' TR APLESS
WATER CLOSET.
PLUMBERS' GOODS
having for their object clean linesa,
dnrability, and exclusion of SEWER OAS.
IRON ROOFING I
Tg gi -n.lTTKLI.K&CO.
o " Jk Iron .llscinfselarers,
Promenade street, opposite Concord. Memphis.
CASEY YOUNG. JOHN D. MABTIN.
YOUftG & MARTIN,
AT TO U N 13 I S-AT-li A. W,
Ko. 254 Second Street, Jlemghln, Teas.
-J D. Martin will alpo practice In Csarts of Mar
shall, Tunica and Desoto counties. Miss.
Greenwood Nursery!
F1,1 Sliles from Memphis. Month Clate
Klmwood Cemetery.
FL0RIST& DEALER IN PLANTS
CITY OFFICE AND SALESROOM,
Corner Madison and Second. Memphis.
Xon-fSesident Notice.
No. 3484-In the Chancery Court of Shelby county,
Tennessee Charlotte M. (jailor et aL vs. Mary J.
l.oc-.ke et aL
It appearing from affidavit In this cause tbat the
aelendauts, Mary cj. anaress anu ner nusoana. rv m.
v. Anoress, are non residents oi tne state 01 leu
nessee:
It Is therefore ordered, Tbat tbey make their ap
pearance herein, at tbe courtnouse or si eioy county,
In Memphis, Tenn., on or before the first uonday In
March. lSHfl. and plead, answer or demur to com
plainant's bill, or the same will be taken for con
fessed as to them ana set lor neanng expane; ana
tbat a copy of this order be published once a week,
lor lour successive eeas, in tne aiempuis Appear.
This 2Ud day of January, 1K80.
A copy attest: B J BLACK, Clerk and Master.
By E. B. M'Henry. Deputy C. and M.
loung fc Ma. tin. Sot for compl'nL sat
Trustee's Sale.
BY virtue of a trust deed executed to me by M A.
M.Uall on the 2tSthof January. 1878, and re
corded on ih28tb of January, 1878, In book No.
122, page lot!, of the Shelby county records, to se
cure to me the payment of f 260 as therein described.
1, as trustee, will, on
MHturdtiv. February 28. 1BSO.
at one o'click p.m , on the premises, sell at public
auction, to tbebtghest bidder, for cash, 121 44 100
acres of land, situated about 2Pg miles east of Morn
Inirsun. on the Ralefen and Somervllle road, tn tbe
tuu clvtl district of snelby county. Ten. lessee, being
a part or a tract rormeny ownea oy ai. h. cnamoers,
dej'd. In satisfaction of tbe balance due under said
trust deed. MARK KIRK, Trustee.
Colilervllie. Tenn.
Son-Kebldent Aotice.
No. 3485 In the Chancery Court of Shelby county,
Te- nessee-Charlotte M ciallor et aL vs. Mary 1,
It appearing from affidavit In this cause that-tbe
defendants, Mary v. Auareks ana ner nu-nano, wnu
c. Andreas, are non-resiaenta oi me ouue or lea
nesseo:
It Is therefore ordered. That tbey make their ap
pearance herein, at lift courthouse ot Shelby county.
In Memphis, Tenn., on or before the first Monday, In
March, rs80. and plead, answer or demur to com
plainant's tlll, or the same will be taken for con
fessed as to them and set for bearing exparte; and
that a copy of this order be publi-bed once a week,
for four successive weeks, in toe Memphis Appeal.
Tuls2!id day of January. 1K80.
a ropy-attest: B. J. BLACK, Clerk and Master.
By E B. M'Uenry, Deputy C and M.
Younit & Martin, tols forcompl'nt. sat
FOR ARKANSAS RIVER.
Mempbls and Pine Bluff U. S. Mall Line. For Floe
bltiir. Little Bock, and through to iron smith str.
l&ntie Hooper,
Ed. Nowland master J. N. Thomson., . clerk
Leaves as above SATURDAY, Jan. 24th, at 5 p.m.
Kor freight or passage apply to
JOHN nVuABBIN. Sup't, 2821 Kront at
S-CQLt,.-
W oo jc
73mm I
25
J CO "
o
8
AJLIi OTHERS I
Kremer, Herzog&r Co
ABE OFFERING TO-MOXXtOW OX
neHundred SDecialCounters
100 Great Bargains, as Follows:
500 gross Violets at 5 cents per dozen.
60 pieces 50-cr.nt Dres Gocds, at 20c,
500 boxes Fresh Roses, 5 cents each,
250 trimmed S5 Hats Tor S2 50.
1000 Silk Hair Sets, 5 cents each.
50 pieces $1 Dress Hoods, at 50 cents
1000 Ornaments, 5 cents each,
50 $10 Jackets at 81 50 each.
tarooS'T FORGET-SOO cross
tne Iirt.t time In tne lth century at this price.
t-UA PItECliDliXTED-SOO pairs of oar regular 75-cent KID
GLOVKM for 35 cents a
guaranteed a-buttou $1 85
t-PKCIAI. Staff ults to order. $33. Black Silk Knits to or
der. $30 aud SGO. Combination Suits, $35, 0, 915 and 50.
inrnnr u r
rvnciniiiLi.- nsiniuu &
253 and 255 Main Street.
fSTIKAMHOATf.
r4rJECI .li SWTICK.
Hemp!ls nnd Ht. Vranets Kivcr LTnlted
Siac. m ASstl I.lne.
TTNTIt, the rallroid bridge o-er tbe St. jrT5M
K ) Krant-'S rtvbi Is coirple'ed. tbe Str. gijwiift
MIKE DAVIS, AI Di.vls. master, will make regular
weekly trips between Madison and the Sunk Lands.
Freight shipped by M.-mphis and Little Bock Batl
r. ao, care Mike Dav.s, will ko through promptl;.
There blrg no mall above WUtsburg. the Davis will
take letters la government envelopes sent to ber
cre. Madison, Ark , for Ibises, Stanley's, Tyronzie,
Wlnnmgham, BufTal i Island. Old Town, Lester's
Landing, and all polnU on the unper St. Francis
r.ver. J. D. RANDALL.
Memphis & Ohio River
&PACKT COPAHYii
FOB
Cairo, Louisville and Cincinnati
steaheki
SDY BACM, COM3 MILL4R.
JA3IKS W. fiAFF, VINT SHIXKLE,
JAS D. l'AKKtl, V1EUIE LEE.
Steamers of this line leave Memphis for CAIKO,
LOUlO ViLLlt AMD ClfiCINNAll
Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays
AT 5 CCLOCK P.M.,
Coe nect log at Cincinnati vith Ballroads and Steam
ers ror ait
Eastern, Northern and Western Points,
Giving THBODGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS,
CHICAGO, TOLEDO, BUFFALO, RICHMOND
NEW YORK, WASHINGTON CITY. PHILA
DELPHIA AND BOSTON.
Eastern tourists will find the La Belle River Boute
Sale, Delightful ana Economical. Bates by this line
Cheaper than any other first-class route. Meals and
Staterooms Free Baggage checked through.
For full Information, apply to
B. W. LIGHTBUBNB,
General Freight and Ticket Agent.
No. 7 Monroe street, Memphis.
t3yPasscng;rs can rely on a splendid trip by this
Hue. as the steamers are all first-class, having beijii
expressly built for the accommodation of passen-
gers. aura steamer carries a run string ejann.
KOR NEW ORLEANS.
tt. Iirtals nnrt New Orleans Anchor I.lae
For Vlcksburg, Natchez ana rew Orleans steamer
James taoward, 1312
James O'Neal... muster,
Will leave the AncboMlue wharfboit SUN
DAY, Jan. 25th, at 10 a.in. ror freight or passage
apply to D STORM. S ip't.
FOR DYERSBURG.
For llal Pol or, Kry Connor, Ireri-
burir and all Wav LanulDgs. The fine Steamer
W P. Hall master-1 H. S. Pell clerk
Will leave THIS MORNING, January 24'h, at 10
o'clock. Special attention given to way business.
For freitht or passaife an iy on noarci.
FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Ht. I.onlis and Vlckshui-e f hnr l.'ne
l ulled states Jiall FOH HT. LOUIS.
Selle jlempliis, jg3g
Crane master.
Will leave tbe Anchor Line wbarfboat THIS DAY,
January 24ih, at 5 p.m. Kor fremht or passage ap
ply to AD. srORVI. Sup't. on wharfboat.
FOR VICKSBORG.
Ht. LonlH and Vlrhsbarc Anchor I.lnei
(Jnlt-d tAtwten Mail FOR YICKSBUHG.
(yiold IltSt, iSil
M'Cord master.
Will leave the Anchor Ltne wbarfboat SUNDAY,
Jan. 25th, at 10 am. For freight or psesage apply
to AD. STORM, Sup't, on wuariboat.
Alias United mates Alstl Lloe-The
elegant steamer
Coaliounn,
E. O. Bank3 master I Wm. Smfther clerk
Leaves Memphis as above every TUESDAY, at 5
p.m. Otni-e. r.n. H Mdlon st.
LEE LllK STKAMERS.
t or fcileuclale. Helena and riar f olol
Stack Lee master Loyd W. Whitlow.. .clerk
Will leave as above on every
MONDAY. WEDNESDAY and FBIDAY, at 4 P.m.
Office No. 8 Madison street.
ARKANSAS CITY and PINE BLUFF R R.
Adamw Nrml-werklv It. M. Rail 1,1 ne
For Arkansas Clly, Pine Bluff RaUroad and all way
landings roe elegant steamer
Ouaciiita 5elle,
Hark B. Check ... master I A. L. Cummins. ..clerk
Leaves as above every MONDAY and THURSDAY
at ft p m. Office, No. Madison street.
FOR OSCEOLA.
Jlemums anu Osceola U. . 31 all racket
Regular Trt-weekly V. S. Mall Packet for Bandolpb,
Ful'on, Osceola and all way landings The ele
gant passenger steamer
Osceola Belle,
J. 3. Andrews Master I B. O. Mtchell Ciork.
leaves Mempbls every
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FBIDAY, at 5 p.m.
For freight oe nHssase anplv on boarrt.
FOR WHITE AND BLACK RIVERS.
MILT UAKKY LINK.
Hemnhla White Blver and UlaeKKivei
V. sj. M all rackets.
For Indian Bay, St. Charles, Clarendon, Devall's
BluiT, Des Arc, Augusta, Jacksonport, West Point,
Searcy, Batesvllle, Powhattaa, and Pocahontas.
The new steamer
aposie Harry, -ssi
M. B. Harry, captain. Walker Outlaw, clerk.
Leaves Memphis on and after November 2d. every
SATURDAY at 5 p.m., connecting direct with the
new Black river D. S. mall packet MILT HABBY for
Powhattan and Pocahontas, and wltb Dally Packets
to Batesvllle and Upper White river.
Through i ates to all points.
Freight ccnslgned to MUt Harry Line, Memphis ot
Terrene will be promptly forwarded. Freight will
be renei t at nil tlm-v on tbe H. E. Lee Wharfboal
J. T. WA8HiN-Ovt timnt, Lee wbarfboat.
R. W. L1GHTRURNK. Jr , Airent, 5 Madison st
FOR ST. FRANCIS RIVER.
Memiiliin and sir. STranclH Itlver U. Is).
31 all lilne-The lltfiit-dratt steamer
I. At" Jb- VI Sj B. S2. gzgu,
O. K. Joplln master! A. L. Banning clerk
Will leave Memphis EVERY TUESDAY AND
FBIDAY EVENINGS, at 5 p.m., for llarlanna, the
Cut-otT and all Intermediate landings. For freight
ar passage apply on board, or to
I. P RANDALL, fittp't.
FOR COMMERCE AND TBE BENDS.
41 till I'll IS ASiU COJlllEaCB.
PLANTERS AND BENDS DAILY PACKET.
The elegant aid new pass nger steamer
Wm. Ashford master Ed. W. Crowell clock
LEAVES MEMPHIS DAILY, AT 5 P.M.,
for Commerce and tbe bends.
For f rel-hr or pas;ter pnlv on hoard.
FOR HALES POINT.
Hegular Asuvurt ua Maien Jfumi rkL
For Osceola, Ash port. Hales Point and all Interme
diate landings Tbe elegant passenger steamer
Silverthorii,
Henry Cooper master I Nell Booker clerk
Will leave as above on MONDAYS and WEDNES
DAYS lor At-!i port; and on FRIDAYS for Hales
Point, giving special attention to all way business.
For freight or pe-sae anplv on rol.
FOR WHITE K1VER.
Memphis & White River Packet.
Besralar Independent Slemphta aad
White Blver Packet For AngusUi, Jacksonport
Searcy, and way points. The regular lndepenuenl
Packet
11AKD CASK, 3
Ed. C. Postal master I Charles Postal clerk
Will leave Memphis EVERY WEDNESDAY, at
6 P-m. For freight or passage apply to
B. W. LIuH'l BL'RNK,
No. 7 Monroe st.. opp. Peabody boteL
ii. P. GLENN, on Wn-itbaat.
500 40-cent Towels (from oar A'ashville
House), 12f cents.
One counter 50-oent Flowers for 10 cents.
One case 50c and 75c Jewelry far 25c.
A million and-a-half Buttons, 10c, 15c
and 20 cents per dozen.
50-ccnt Leather itelts, at 15 cents
50 812 Black Dolmans for 87 50.
Case 81 50 Jewelrr your choice, for 50c
Roses and Violet, at 5 cents-
pair. 500 ptlrs regular and
Kid lovesfor 75 cents a pair.
n7n n
J.es. i ? . .
& CO.,
CORNER
Mala tt Madison,
UB stock of Boots and Shoe this season is nnu-
v sually large and well selected, we assure our
fiatrons that tbey will get better suited at our eetab
Isbment and save from 16 to 25 per cent, besides.
Come and see for yourselves. Stall Orders
nromotlv attended to and satisfaction guaranteed.
Sena for our Orxlernlip. We are also Sot Agent
for chlldrens' -Ankle HnDportere," an Inval
uable invention ror weak ankles.
ZKIiLNFK & CO.. 288 Main St.
VMS
X
Warner' ttafe Pill are an Immediate
stimulus for a Torpid Liver, and cure Ooative
neas. Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Bilious DtarrbtB-,
Malaria, Fever and Ague, and are useful at
times in nearly all Diseases to cause a free and
regular action of the Bowels. Tbe best anti
dote for all Malarial Poison. Price, 2c a box.
Warner's Safe Nervine quickly rives Rest
and sleep to the sufTering, cures Headache and
Neuralgia, Prevents Epileptic Fits, and Is the
best remedy for Nervous Prostration brought
on by excessive drinking, over-work, mental
shocks and other causes. It relieves the Pains
of ail Diseases, and Is never injurious to the
system. Tbe beat of all Nervine. Bottles of
two sizes; pncn,wc.
and S1.0O.
Warmr's Safe
Remedlea are
sold bjrDrafrfrista
and Dealers la
Medicine every,
wbere.
EEWAENER4C0-
Proprietors,
Itaene-ter, Bf. TT.
ay-Rend for Pamphlet
and Testimonial a.
Sold wholesale in Memphis by
MANSFIELD A CO.
AEW LILLY
Practical Builder
OF FINE
LiglitGarriages
I KEEP A SELECT STOCK (exelaal-elr af
tay awn manaraetaee) CONSTANTLY
ON HAND. I am also prepared to build (TO OB-
DKB) aiy ar all or tbe modern styles af
HietiM, and Kamtiy carriages now in use. I
use nothing but the VERY BES f MATERIAL, and
employ sineuy nrst-ciasa mecnanics.
KEPAIIS1NG,
In all Its branch's, done promptly and In the best
manner, ewiii il ii. . 44 A sc.
T. B. HAYNES. H. V. HERRON. Late
Formerly I. B. Haynes & Co. Herron, Connor dc Co.
Herron, Haynes & Co.
Cotton Factors
And Commission Merchants.
OFFICE, 26G FROST STREET,
MK5IPHIS TEHREBHE-
Llberal advances on consignments. Special at
tention given to filling orders.
V. B. THAYER,
MANUFACTURING
JEWELER and OPTICIAN
Watches, Jewelry,
Silverware, docks,
Spectacles, etc.
Repairing ot One Watches and Chrono
graphs a specialty.
Xo.307 STREET,
UNDER PEABODY HOTEL.
Old Gold and Sliver wanted.
Vaults Emptied 1
ADOKI1EH8 RXCAVATINM CO. OF.
flee. 45 Madison street.
nd 103 Washington.
INSURANCE.
J. J. MURPHY. B. F. HUBPHY.
Murphy & Murphy,
REMOVED TO
NOm 3 -VXEtcaJ.SOZX St,
(In rear of Cotton Exchange.)
Bleinphis. ... Tennessee
ONLY First-Class Companies. Glnhouses and
Country Stores Bpeclallles.
Authorized by the Commonwealth ot Kentucky, and
Fairest in the World.
POPULAR MONTHLY DRAWING OF THB
Commonwealth Distribution Co.
At Macauley's Theater, In the city ot LoulsvUle, on
BATI BDAY, JANUARY 81. 18 SO.
ry Tbese Drawings, authorized by act of tbe Leg
islature of lKtSH, and sustained by all tbe courts of
Kentucky occur regularly on the last day of every
montn (Sun -ays excepted), and are supervised by
prominent citizens of tbe State.
Every Ticket -bolder can be his own Supervisor.
Call out his number and see It placed la the wheel.
The Management call attention to the grand oppor
nnlty presented ot obtaining, for only 82, any of
THE FOLLOWING PRIZES 1
1 Prize S 80,000
1 Prize 16,000
1 Prize 6,000
10 Prizes $1000 each 10,000
20 Prizes 600 each 10,000
100 Prizes 100 each 10,000
2-X) Prizes 60 each 10,000
HdJ Prizes 20 each 12,000
1000 Prizes 10 each 10,000
APPBOXUfATIO FBIZBS.
Prizes S30O each 2,700
Prizes 200 each. 1,800
9 Prizes 100 each yoo
lttflO Prizes 8112,400
Whole rickets. I Half Tickets. Il
27 Tickets, $50. 60 Tickets, 8100
All appllsations for club rates sdvuld be made to
the borne office.
Full list of drawing pob lshed In Louisville Oour-VT-Juurnnl
and New York Herald, and mailed to ail
ticket-holders. Bend all orders by money or bank
draft. In letter, 01 by express. Orders of 85 and up
ward, ean be sent at our expense. Address R M.
hOAhDUAN oT T. J. OO.MXRFORcFtovrvr
Joumal BuUdlng. Louisville, Kentucky, or either
person at No. 168 Broadway. New York, or to No. 0
West Court street, Memphis, Tnnnraenr
i EUR
WINTER
wmfik
WE W1LJL, OFFER
500 HANDSOME DOLMANS !
AT LE3S THAN COST.
Ladies' and Children's Suits,
AT LESS THAN COST.
Shawls 1 Shawls! Shawls!
AT LESS THAN COST.
Felt Skirts! Felt Skirts!
AT LESS THAN COST.
Winter Dress Goods.
AT LESS THAN COST.
Waterproofs! Waterproofs!
AT LE33 THAN COST.
WE WILL ALSO
Bargains in Silks!
Bargains in Hosiery!
Bargains in All Departments This Week !
TO REDUCE UtlB
B. LOWEtJSTEIH & BROTHE
FEffl il
HAVE JUST
Embroideries!
Embroideries!
1000 PIECES VERY ELEGANT PATTERNS.
EDGES WEST IS!
AT HALF
249 is
MURRAY & RID GELY,
Merchant Tailors 38 Madison.
Take pleasure In notifying their friends and the public generally, that they are In
receiptor a Fresh and Complete Assoitment of FALL AAD HISTKK
e OO !, embracing; the very latest Styles and finest makes or English t French
and German Manufactures. They request those who contemplate ordering Winter
Clothing to give them a calL PKICEHIIODEaATIS. tW Orders solicited
and BamnlMaiton ppltcatlon.Q
WEEPING
OZ-.OT7iXsrC3-
AT TEE--
BLUFF CITY CLOTHING WSE
259 ItCTaEiia. B-txr&&i3:
-o
W
E MUST HAVE ROOM FOR OUR SPRING
nave put our shoulder to the wheel, and will tell balance of stock at ONE-HALF FORMER PRICE.
READ CAREFULLY OUB NEW PRICE-LIST;
lien's tiood Salts $ 5 OO
Jlens Vassimere Julfs...
Jlen's Casslmere Knits-. .
Xf en's Fine Dress Suits..
Hen's Fine Fants
Jleu'ei Extra Fine Pants. -ten's
Extra Dres Fants
8 OO
IO OO
15 OO
2 OO
3 OO
4 OO
AU above goods are an &rl(-d dtwi
TO THE BADE Owing to the demand for a Flrst-eltss IVhalAsMe 'l.thln tfsase
In this city, I have dster-nlned to enrage In same, and am now RKCEIVINc) DAILY a desirable line of
goods specially manufactured, and wblcb I am enabled to offer to tbe trade a! low prices. An Inspection
Is desired. All orders will be promptly attended to. M. VKVIIIIV. t.W 1a street
LEGITIF-iATE ADVERTISir.G !
J. KIRKIL AMB 5
o
Iiarse Iota parehased enable me to offer SOO Doaea OOOD I.17CK 8HIRT8 at
tne following; prices:
Ss. XXXX ood E,ae Halrt st SS each, ar for S OO
mo. 7777 Wood Iiuek Walrt si SO ears, ar for S7 SO
Ko. lOlO Wood Lack Hklrt SI 75 each, or for S OO
No. X. V Porta Hello Uood Lick MMrt Sc SO each, ar for Sis OO
Attention la called to the GOLDEN HORSESHOE at the Peaoody Hotel Corner (my Trade Mark and Sum)
which will be weighed July 4, 1HKO.
Nearest guess gets $100 In gold I Second nearest guess gets $50 In gald.
Third nearest guess gets $25 In gold.
OoTiBiolatlon for :PlgsTa.igrtcc3. a-TXsi--T-.
W HOT
Grocers and Cotton Factors
Nos. 371-373 Main street, Memphis.
M. 1 HBAflHAV
B. K.
Ma itaSa M E Jai S H aUrlfL llhfjOa
Grocers, Cotton Factors,
AND SALT AGENTS,
H o. O Union street. : : : : llemplif stcnsio
MlITl!
.GOODS
DVR1K6 THIS WEEK :
500 .HANDSOME CLOAKS!
AT LESS THAN COST.
Circulars and Ulsters,
AT LESS THAN COST.
Wrappers! Wrappers!
SI CO AND UPWARD.
Blankets! Comforts!
AT LESS THAN COST.
Flannels! Flannels! Flannels!
AT LESS THAN COST.
Cloths and Cassimeres,
AT LESS THAN COST.
OFFER THIS WEEK :
Bargains in Underwear!
t Bargains in Handkerchiefs!
IHjaEXSE HTOCif.
RECEIVED
VAjLUE.
rsfi
REDUCTIONS
STOCK. AND IN ORDER TO ACCOMPLISH SAVE
500 Coats-.
500 Coats-. .
SOO Tests...
SOO Vests...
500 Tests...
10OO Testa..
lOOO Fants
.S OO
. 3 OO
. 1 OO
75
60
as
. 1 OO
ene - hair, and we Invite a careful inspection a
Tn2SiUvX-X3
HKACHAII,
J. B, POSTOSi.
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