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THE MEMPHIS X AILY APPEAL-SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1883.
EMM If M CHRISTMAS Christmas Presents. in dress goods, J n Silks and Velvets, Iti Rich limeades, In UI;u-k Goods, III Uinghunis and Calicoes, In TaMe Linen," la Table and Piano Covers, In Ladies' and Misses' HOSIERY, CHR ISTMAS PRESENTS! In JfaiiilMHKie lorlier.s and Tace Curtains, In Turkish Hugs, Hheepskin Itugs. Carriage Hugs, In ISuflaio ami Wolf Itobcs, In Fire Screens and Plush Tables, In Artistie 15 r ass ools, il FANCY MB Of NUT KIM & DOLLS Ah Early in tbe Week as Possible, and thereby Avoid the Rush and Crowd of . the Last Few Says Before Christmas. B.LOWE UK LI ABLE (JOODS! : : : : f FIE BOOTS AND B i 1 1 1 1 1 vw 1 1 2 S tit? 2 W3 J 251 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn. ' 4rd ra from Abroad will Rcaaivo Our Prompt Attention. S.CLEMENT ' i i. i:i.nt in Oysters, Fish ;'lf. Mr.. - CGBealo .St mi ni1 ii is. ft (mm. ii-k.mi:mn tr nsir. port tii v, NO mm I AT THE- JET PALACE. KI T A- Hari Times Sale. I'lio Imm hn not rtruvk ui yet, although we in nn cxtrnnrUiimry flue stork of roit the holiday. Vi nr h"iin 1 ti Iiit(vo if i.or lurire t"k of W j.t'-hrf. lur If (' .luwelry. cur PUtl .l-M-i hy. our K'-liil fil wirwHn. otir Silver-lit W in.-, utir rrt'ht h tttnl Aimrirnn 1 lock.-", OpeiM . ht-'d (iii.l curt .il lino of iritutU kept in urttt- I'i.i.-n Jr well V Mni't.-. UV tlurrlir will iiitikennit mnut mk n naeri-li.-t- un.l oltur i'ur ituuii- til cxreetlinicly low tiguru. ;fnlV .rnfilit IMHitioml Henrf-I'lnn, lo 1 1 tin, l-i-i.oj. In I he Hty.) I..umii.l feiml. Hi)! l tt;oa. IliHiiionil NlnuN. o ft.vto. llittiioii4l l.aee-IMnt, 910 lo M0. iHtiionl I'.nr-UiuKd tollt4tre), U &KHHI. lni,p, w mount tip Tinmond! ! order in nnv ilrciirn, liv ti r?-t t-hi flinitini-iet ltri. All iir ti..h- u:irnititi'l n rcprccntctl or llio imuioy ifliiinliMl. K 't3 tlnlly, M. GOODMAN & CO. I. KOINCIIKK, Manager. 281 Main Street. a. -. v m 0 m a fs tw ti n i UVtO IUN Ot hrtUbVCnUit. Heal Estate Dealers AUKXTS AXU IlUOKFltS, OrriCE. 281 SECOND STH N. C 'r. Nrroart Bad ('rt, tfEMPHlS, .... TENNESSEE. EAL KSTATK B'1 UIIT AND P01.I, TASKS t M. MtTiT'l Hi'ft.'.j, rtf., nrt t V.m mtinn . jutellisrenco Oflice 417 M UX STREET, ShRVAJiTb or every dreriitioll. white or eol 6red, furnt-lu d at xaid ffic. n lai.ikli.ti..- or at nhort notice. LAIIOKKKS for raitroad, levoei and public -Work, plantntion and I'urm hand. meehani(ii.ete OKDKK8 FOK llul SK&KRVANTS. out of eityl mul be aeeomiiauicd by each and trtuiKportatioa urrnnm'd for. FOIM). KOOIIS AM itO AKl. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS H.HOCHB, iOOMlarre front rmnn, turnUhedur antur V ni-hid. with or without board; reasonable. At J'oplar street. - 'f 0' MS Knuite aud ninirln, furninhed and ua J furniphed. with or without board; alof t . . '.'J Madion fret. .' t iiVAKl Furnished rvuins with j n, at Madin Hreet. '. ' v . ,t "rnif bed or uo- U .v. u ..,-:.!'Y.ht. 1 ?2fWlf7r Ta Tft mi V 4 i fiHB ill Christmas Presents. IX WINTER WRAPS, In Ladies' Suits, In Misses' and Children's Plush Cloaks and Hats, In Misses' and Children's Cloaks and listers, In Misses' and Children's Dresses, In Ladies' Underwear. lily W AMQUfll M Mould AdtiMe Our Friend ( Make Their ISTMAS PRESENTS! NSTEIN& BROTHERS REASONABLE PIUCES ! SHOES AMUSEMENTS. r l:l HKIK'N THEATKH. " Jiikki-u llKDiiKS Lessee and Manager. LAST TWO l'KRFOK.MANCES. MiKiikt To-ln) at : Charlotte Thompson Matinee JAN K EYRE i.veiiiuic New Piny IJU EEN A Mnnilny. I'ei-. 24-M.MK. MOI.JF.SKA,. KI'HHIK'N TllF.ATCIt KXTIIA Thrt'C NWhtK. Coninieni-inr Monday T.er. 21th, ami tirand Oti vi t mn p Mntinte farewell ATrirti'-iin T'liir. A llrillln.it ICepertolrc: Mori'lity 'AiI rieitnu l,eem vreiir;' Tuenlity (hriftaia) Mtiti ne "Cumillf ;" TueiJHV Kiglit 'Twelfth Nisfht:" V?iineH4tty "Ai Ymi Like It." Nol'K The ailvnnce Pit lent iseatc will open at Leu tine's Tliejttrr friday inorninir. Xee. at it n't-l'ik. I'lilCKS-Pargiiet. (1 tirHl three row in Drcsc Circle, 1 :Vt; next three rows, 51 h:ilnn(-e, ?1 . No extra chnrve fr rrtervinn teat.. Adniiiion to Itnlcouy, T.w ; tindery, e. IDIIISIEN Til EAT Ml. Three Ni((htf nnl Stitunlay Matinee. Cuiumenc iiiK Thni'htv Kveniiiff, December 27, lJ. ( HAS. K. FOKU'S C1omie pera C'oiiipany Thiirsiliiy even'mir. Dee. 27 Kir" t nduetion of Millncker'- he:uififnl iiern, "The Hefffrtir Stu-licii- ;' FriWny eveniim. Dee. PhiiKiuette's elehrnted opera, "Rip Vim Winkle;" Satunluy mntiiiee -Tito opem for the ttuttinee will be mi-noiiiK-eil herfintfer: Saturdiiy evcniiifr. Dee. 2U I . '. Itinianr "Hlue Hennl; or. The JUz'irdof the Dy." rsi ALI'HK'KS. Skating Rink! Corner Second and Union. 1atlUn pmetiee, Kh.TOa.m. to 12:W p.m. Matinee Afiemooii from 2:;w to p.m. Mitie afternoon ami nifiht. Day Admission and Skates, 25 conti (except Sat irduyn). .itrlit AdmiFfion, 25 rent; Skatcfl. 2S cent?. Lndien lVaetiee TieketA. H for n( rent. Sjii:'r-I:iv A rtniniin Vdmiion, 1V : Sk'itet. yVe. J.F.BUCKHAM&CO. I AN 1) til UZ BE A LK ST. FRESifGOODS 10UT1IEJI()LIDAYS. I.INK Ciin die, ornnyeit, Lemnn. Apple, liriifK'. N itt of nil kind. Hakniu, l'rune1, 1'itroii. Mielled Almond-, Kitr, Dntef. lamoii and Or an ire IVel. hII kituU of l.nrriihee'n t'ake and t'nii'kern, I'n-MTUs dcMie. IMrkle. ete. FllAXlt ftiCJIITIAX, No. 412 Mulu St., Memphis Tenn., I MPORTFH and dealer tn Gun. Kiflen, Anna I nition, Ki!hiiiKTaekle, Fine Fooket-Kniven.ete. Tbe trade supplied at lowet market prie. Priee liit ent on application. Repairing don urn! wurrmtwl. Telephone ronnorfmn. Slager & Goldbaum, TAILORS, Ara In receipt of their comptet FALL & WIXTER STOCK, rarefttlty Ml.oted from riRST-OLASS FOREIGN HOl StCS. Our Noveltie, art the choicest to b found in th. inarket. Tleaae oall on H. A Corner Second and Jefferson Sts. FOK RET. TOOMS r'urnihcd or unfurnished V At til Kxehanfte dtreet. rpWO KLOORS-Over No. Main utreat, for L rent cheap. Af l to Divver A Co., 44 Monroe. UPSTAIKS ine-tion of 111 JcfTervon t., eonist in? of furnished kitchen and two furnished bed-rM)m, ctmp'ete for houekeepiiiK. I IK) MS Furnished room. .i ..MAnisoNSTRKKT LTCRNISUKD BOOMS X1 At .9 Linden ttreet. HOl'SK H Setpimd ireet, adjoininr Central Bapti Churx-h. Apiilyoa premise. and tmi rt.l U. W. ttK M. STKAYKW OK STOI.Kff. Ml'LKS-4n the niriit of the Irtih inUut, from the ubieriUT. rvidiuz near ttlit e Uraueh, in Doto rount) , Mi., one light bay mare mule, IVjur H hand hirh. about 1M years old. with white mark of nor ice ou shoulder and oa k, and iu rather thin order AUo vnebroan horf iniile, l i or l'v hand kijra. wK veer 'old, r:thcr Kny built, cpintcd and in bmmI order. A lihoral reward will 1 id Ur their rnrokery or for any information leading tu if. Addrr- H. A. STl 'ART. Olie ltranch. Mt-. or VOKTKIUfM ACRAK, MemphU, Tenn. GKAYUOI ND A younc KnrlUh rrayhoand; abot i or 4 months old. Finder will be r warded hy CHAS. .ToNKS. Vance t. STRAY KD. 1 ONY-From CchrAa's saw-iuilt, rVo4 of Au. J tion street-, one brown borne Hny, roacbed mane, hod a4l around; abiit nine year old. Suitable reward for bis return te the above mill. Ml I.ES-From Von place. Old Baleirh road, on Sunday mirlit, bcwiubcr li, JHS.1, two male, light bayone medium vise, and one small. A liberal reward will be paid for ttwjr re turn to me. J. 5. 'i ALLOW A V. 31 Madison tree4. MULE Small, dark mare male, with bell oni Unhands high. Liberal rewurd forreliabU information. J. A. FORRKT CO., eity. S OOD Ml LE-16'hand. two Drays and Har T new, at J. U. MANORJtuMeSeond sU HOKSK t)n the &id ult.,aa iroo-gray hor. In1, hand high, blmtered on left side aad hip; left hind foot swollen from kaltar. barn. Five dollars reward for his return te J. A. FOKH&il" STABLE PRESENTS! Christmas Presents. IN GENTS' UNDERWEAR, Iu Silk Umbrellas and Suspenders In Gents' Neckwear and Jewelry, In Ladies' & Gents' Handkerchiefs In Laces, Handkerchiefs A: Scarfs, In Ladies' Neckwear and Sashes, In Ladies' Satchels, A Handsome Box Given Away with each Half-dozen Handkerchiefs. Selection) for LOST. 2AFK KEY Finder will please leave it imine- diatcly with S. L. Finley, Ticket Agent, cor- ner Ma and Mndi nl cet rewnnl. TAKEN LP. X OLD HAY llORSE-Small size: badly lame in left ftre shoulder. Ownerwill pleaoe e.iH and l-ny eh:irpes nt IKMI'HIS (IIIT-tfTT.Tj. font Vnylar ft. WANTS. IOO.M ASIl l!OAKI) By 1st January, 18X4, in -L V private family where few or no boarder are kept. Address El., Aieal iftiee. B OV To do housework and lake care ol'horite. at (Ml Shelby street. TJOOMS Two or tlirco rooms in n house with L nice family, by gentleman, wife aud three children ; reterenee given and reclined. Ad drew M. O., thi office. CI OOD, Steady Young M:in to collect: one who IX i well aeiuuinted with the street; ft per manent situation to the right p:irty; security ce iiuired. V. F. COLUKR. 42 Madi.son. up-ntnirg. TjNtilXK To buy a good secoml-hand Engine, Jii with or without boiler: ten to fiftcen-homc power. Apply fttjonce V .. this oflice. rP0 BORROAY-S-itfO-ti and 12 mouth: 6rat l class real estiite eenrity. '.Aitpeal rt"U COLORED LABOR KRS To go to Cali fJXjy f fornin. Call at;:i Madiwon street. OMAN To cook, wah and iron for i family, ut liSl Shelby (rect. small SITI'ATION l!y a young married lady as copy ist or other olliee work. Addre MRS. B. K., Appeal office. 1IAM)S To operate nlso. I1AM-S1-:VKKS. Dalits : riiA.Mv gjvr.AiMii. i-.i Main st. .TXl'KRIKMCJiD CARI'Kf-LAYKR Apply to Ji H. W. .NA1LL, 324 Alnin ctrect. L'LK A druy uiulo for immediate u?e. J. 1. MlnAhA, -i.Mttin t. 1 ( ( ( TOiS RAOS,Catand Wrought Iron, JJJ Dry Bones; alfo Second-hand Machin ery bought and sold by is. ti A HA Y, Ax't and Com luiftiion Merchant, 4tJ to 413 Shelby St., Memphi. i A-U) Ot'H.D " WAtCH-CASEhainaTJewlry. ! 'tc!fnrjmih. J.J.Iujford A Co., :m Main, Q07 ELECTRIC BELTS For i, and no pay tOZV until cured: book free; agent wanted, A. P. FLETCHER. Cleveland. Ohio. FOR SALE. VICE CHRISTMAS I B B S K N T S F o r houe--. wive 1 1 i 1 7. (e I tT a por S t o v e. Seeond. "V" ICE COTTAOE Lot 41 by fect; Vance -iA street; only S21tH) cash. li. L. tll'ION. 19 Madison street. STOCK FARM Thnt desirable property, known as the Dr. Sam Bond Place," containing 840 acres, under good fence, some hundred cleared, the balance well timbered. It is situated imme diately on the Louisville and Nashville Railroad, fifteen mile from this city, and a depot on the proierty. The improvement consist of a sub stantial and commodious brick residence, well and cistern, smokehouse eleven tirst-clas cab ins, conveniently located, stables, ginhouse and & fine upland pond stocked with fih, etc. This profierty affords a rare opportunity to any party desiring to embark in stuck raising, it being well watered and shaded and accessible; it is consid ered the best place in the county. Apply to UBU1LL BROTHERS Je Co., Memphis, Tenn. HUK'K RESIDENCE That eleunt vhrec-gtory brick residence. No. 75 Market street, con taining 12 room in No. 1 order. To a responsible party 1 n ill sell it for fixty monthly notes of W each. M1NTER TARRKK, 2StJnin st. BOAR A pure-bred icdicrccd 1'o'and China lionr; can be seen at Parker's wHgon-ynrd this week. He is throe years old; weigh ."M Ihs. Address J AS. S. SPEED, l'i Main M., Memphis. UKEO CORN Two hundred bushel of Mam O inoth Yellow Corn ; will produce forty to sixty hushcls cr acre on medium land. One buhc!, 11 ZT, two bushels, $2 2". Sack furnished. Send money by registered letter or postotlice order. JAM. . SPEED, Frayser Statitn, Tenn. Mr. S. laid five oars of his Mum moth Corn on our table that measured a feut 4 invhes. It is un doubtedly a fine corn. Ens. LAND ne hundred and thirty-two acres of hind four miles south of Withe Depot on Cy pres Creek, a part of the Col. Sam Leake place. Fifty acres cleared, balance in fiue tiuilier. House of four rooms, good fences, wuli, young orchard. Will cll for $1.HJ0 one-third cash, bjtlance in one and two years. H. L. H ION, Agent, li Madison street. iJTOVE A large Charter (ak Wood etmeTin O excellent order. Apply f) Monroe, near Second. CSKDAR I CEDAR!-Will have in Vfewdai-7, on the Charleston yard, a large lot of Cedar Timber of every description telegraph and tele phone poles, fence-pout, shingles, railings, pick eting, flooring, ceiling for closets, coopering tim ber, tank timber, in fact everything in the cedar line. W ill sell cheaiier than the cbuapest. Leave orders at 2StiJiecond,Jid floor. S. J. BKENK. C10W One really first-class -Jersey cow"; J large, tine looking, heavy and rich milker; will calve to Lord Langdon, 4444. A.J. C.C. R., soon. Young and one of the very best. Price on cars here, f 12A. Other toek for sale also. W . L. M cDON A LI), Ti ptonTen n BARM A good up-land farm, three and a-half 1 miles northwest of Lonoke Depot in Lonoke county. Ark., containing 36o acres A acre in a f ood state of cultivation. For further partica ars address the owner, L. ALLEN, at Lonoke. Ark. FINEST BlTILUINti LOTS-In South Mem tohis; anO feet deep. Addrwiw R. Anneal. LOCAL NOTICES. 22' 'vsTKiiJi, 10c por ilozcn, at Clement's. IIehskn' ' Cough Syrup, Try it. Xo lttr made. Wkak people Bhould use Samaritan Ner vine, the great nerve conqueror. CofNTRV MKR iiAXTsill remember that Steve Clement, StJIk-alo Btroet, wants 6000 turkeys for Christmas. Si'KrtAi. barais in carpets, mps, and Itonlered squares, at G. W. Naill's, before moving into his new store. Dr. K. L. Laski, office hours 7 to 9 o .clock a.m., and 3 to 6 o'clock p.m. 543 Main street. Telephone connection. Send for pamphlet on Bethesda Mineral Spring Water of Waukesha, the great kid ney remedy. J. S, Kobinson, apothecary, Branch Agencv. Cli'tsville, Ala. Pr. W. Carter says: "I have used ltrown's Iron Bitters in my own family for indigestion with great len etit." Tub vile and dangerous medicines sold for nninary diseases should 1h avoided, and Buthesda, which is furnished by na ture, used. Kobinson, apothecary, aacnt. "Drt. Benson's Celery and Chamomile Tills, for the cure of neuralgia, rae a suc cess." Ihr. G. P. Holman, .'hrittinnburg, I'a. Fifty cents at druggists. Telephone Xo. 4rt will call Buttcnlwrg, the cabinetmaker. Furniture repaired and reupholstereil in all its branches. Mat tresses, awnings, tents, packing, shipping and storage. Xo. Swond street. EX(J11S1TE TOILET SETS, llKljr Dmd, at Lrw, than ,irt '. Fifty-seven of those t xquisit ladies' Toilet Sets Utat were slilitiy damaged by the Hre on Wedned;iv evening will be placed on sale Monday, Taesday and Wed nesday nest at half the cost value. Indies re cordially invited to call and examine ihesc goods at 211 Main street. TELKPimN your wholesale orders for Oysters, Fish, tianie, Turkey CVlerv, etc, to" S. Clement, tti Beale. He will nil them promptly. For Flue Yet Cheap Preoent (to to tlia auigttM) Nile of S. Rothschild, S10 Main street. " Tmkrr is nothing so refreshing and tiealttlful as a glass of Betheada water be fore breakfast. Sold by Kobinson, apoth ecary. ' P. HeCadden 4 M Wholesale agents (or I. S. C. and other brands of Hulman'a roasted coffee. Sort stomach and constipation of the bowels cured by lr. Duncan' Liver aud Kidney Medicine. . THE WEATHER. , IailleaUWk For Tennatee and the Ohio Valley, generally fair weather, northerly tcind, veering easterly. nearly stationary temperature, falling barome ter, '.followed in western portion ly toutlierly winds ad local rains. Metrlineal Kepart. MrarHis. Tk!ic., December 21. 188S. " Ear. Xh. Wind. 30.S00 3R.0 N. .10.3S4 S7.0 N.E. SO.Sil 37.0 N.K. 30.3H1 S6.0 N.K. 30.37 S3.3 N.E. ap.2 35.1 N.E. Cloudy. Cloudy. Cloudy. Cloudy. Cloudv. 1U: 118 p.m. 2:i8 p.m. 6:0S p.m. V'-.M p.m. Mean LClondy. Rainfall, O.H. LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. Christmas is the all-absorbing topic. This is the regular report day in the Referee Court. Modjeska will be followed by Ford's upera ijompany. The supply of fruit ia abundant and the prices, as usual, high. Charlotte Thompson at the matinee to day in Jane tuyere, and for tbe last time to-night in Qiteena. "You can just send it down on a drav needn't bother yourself alout trying to get it down the chimney. It looks very much as if the old woman in the moon does not intend to pick her geese this Christmas. The Chancery Court adjourned yes terday until to-day, It is very unusual for this court to transact business on Sat urday. The crop of corns will be unusually large next year, judging from the number ot pairs of lNo. "J slippers that are being made for No. 10 feet. The Keel property, on Front street, also a country tract containing several acres, will be sold by Mr. Black, of the Chancery Court, to-day at noon. As Second street is becoming such a thoroughfare it would be well enough' to add to its attractiveness by removing the unsightly awnings which yet remain to disgrace it. A sledge hammer, stolen from Wood ruff & Oliver, was found yesterday in the possession of Henry Clay, who has been employed for some time past by that firm as a blacksmith. Deputy-Sheriff Dean Pope was unusu ally lucky at a rattle night before last. He drew a line saddle horse, worth $125. It cost him the odd $25 to set 'em up for the balance of the crowd who didn't draw any horses.' Licenses to marry were issued yester day to Aaron Calloway and Mary Lang ston, Wyatt Dedmondand Alice Knowles, William" McRoin and Lizzie B. Shivers, Sherman Williams and Millie Whittaker, John II. Wiley and Anna Smith. At the Hope Night School last night there was a Christmas exhibition, consist ing of songs, recitations and dialogues. It was quite a creditable affair. The Hope School is daily gaining in popularity, and has so far proven a great success. The Sunday Appeal to-morrow will, as usual, contain all the latest and best news at home and abroad, besides a nam ler of selected articles on timely subjects. It will be widely distributed and will afford a rare opportunity for advertisers. who are requested to send in their favors early. A darky named Charlie Johnson was taken before Justice Quigley yesterday morning on a warrant charging larcenv. He was arrested by Capt. Hackett for stealing from the Chesapeake and Ohio depot a valise filled with fine clothine. the property of a gentleman named McCul- lougli, who is now at Hot Springs, Ark. It is on occasions like this that the po nce and nremen leel most deeply the ef fects of their meager wages. The guardi ans of the city cannot afford with $0 a month to indulge in anv of the nmnv pretty things they see displayed in the windows on their beats. They" must con tent themselves with an unsatisfactory smell. The chain-gang has quit work on Shelby street and is now engaged in patch ing streets wherever it is most needed. Since the women and old men have lecn breaking rock, 125 loads have been placed on rronienaile street, 100 on Desoto and half as much more elsewhere. Twenty car-loads of stone have been ordered from the quarry by President Hadden. It is remarked that in a number of the large buildings which have recently been constructed and are now in course of erection fires have broken out, owing en tirely to the carelessness of workmen. It is suggested that such dangers might be averted if a heavy line and imprisoment were imposed in all those instances where conviction could be secured. Carelessness i.-s often criminal. There was a large crowd at the skating rink last night, when there was a race be tween JMessrs. ti. . Hess, W. F. Yates, Lowell lines and K. E. t'rook. It began at :15 o'clock, and was won by Mr. c. W. Hess, who made the mile in five minutes and twenty-five seconds. Mr. Crook was second. The victor was presented with a season ticket by the proprietors of the rink, and he is subject to challenge by any one wlo chooses to oppose him. The marriage mania is not yet over, the number of colored couples who are re forming and buying marriage licenses is quite encouraging. The license clerk is sues at least four permits to darkies where one is issued to white people. Xearly all of these marriages are so quietly con summated as not to shake the society world to any appreciable extent It is said, however, that several fashionable marriages will be celebrated between this and the glad New year. For once in a very long time that ec centric biped known as the hen is reason able in her demands. The product that she furnishes, so essential to the Christ mas egg nog, was quoted at a lower figure yesterday than the day before. Fggs are usually the most expensive item in the list of groceries that the housekeeper makes out for Christmas, but this year they promise to le within the means of other people besides millionaires. The reason for this charitable action on the part of the hen is not apparent. Only forty days remain In which the holders of claims against the old city of .Memphis may fund and receive new bonds at the rate of fifty cents on the dollar. So far the Auditing Board have been quite successful. The whole debt is estimated at $i,0(H,000. Of this amount 1,000,000 was retired by Receiver Meriwether, but S500.00U in tae meantime having accrued left the debt still $5,500,000. The new Auditing Board has funded $3,600,000, issuing $1,N00,000 to do so; not quite $2,000,000 is therefore outstanding. Seven teen thousand dollars was funded yester day, and it is expected that $2O0,0O6 more w ill be funded before the time expires. A countryman named W. C. Bryant had an adventure last evening that he is not likely soon to forget He went down to the concern on Main street where prizes are offered for those who can knock the greatest number of wooden babies out with a given number of balls. He pulled off his coat and gave it to a darkv to hold while he pelted the dollies. When he wanted his coat again the tlarky could not be found. Bryant caught sight of him slipping awav toward Beale street nd gave chase. The darky first dropped his coat and finally sprang into the bavou near the markethouse. Bryant plunged in after him, and was afterward fished' out half drowned by Capt Hackett and Patrolmen Plummer and Chastaine, who had taken part iu the unsuccessful chase. Yesterday afternoon, from 1 to .1 o'clock, the pupils of tbe High School en tertained a number of visitors, including several members of the Board of Educa tion w ith their Christinas exercises. The songs by the school, as well as the solos, w ere very pleasing and well rendered, and the readings and declamations reflected great credit on both scholars and teachers. The marked progress of the pupils speaks well for the faithful efforts of the teachers, Mrs. Crockett, and Misses McMahon, Johnson and Ashe. Memphis has great reason to be proud of her High School. The following was the programme: Song bv school; "Mark Antony's Oration," Miss llutton; song by school, "A Sweet Face at the Window;" "Roll-Call," by Ike Wolf; solo, by Miss LulaOoepel; compo sition, bv Miss Miriam Cmwell; "Bald headed Man," by Miss Lillie Hume ; song bv school, "Boot Song;" "Lochiel," by Masters Rudolph Belcher and tieorge Weatherford ; solo, by Miss Maggie Hut ton; "Evangeline,'' by Misses Sternlierg, Goldsmith, Smith arid Rhine; "Sioux Chiefs Daughter," by Miss Maggie Win ters; song by school ; quotation match, by twelve young ladies of the second year; song by school. PERSONALS. W. T. Tipler, of C Bet, Tenn., registered at the Merchants' Exchange yesterday. Frank Arthur, agent of Chas. K. Ford's English Comic Opera Companv, is in the city. . " Mas. G eokuk II. Bell, of Louisville, Ky., is at the Peabody Hotel, the guest of Mrs. M. Burke. Mrs. Geo. Corbet, of St Ixuis, is visit iug -Miss Jotiie Cahill, with whom she will spend the holidays. Mas. Gen. John J. Dcpvy, of Bolivar, is spending the winter in this city, a guest of Mrs. Ralph Wormley. C. L. FickUlN and wife have returned from their bridal tour, and are at their home on Walker avenue. Gov. J. M. Stone, of Mississippi, and Charles Roberta, of Oxford, visited the Cotton Exchange yesterday. ATTOHSKV-UEVEHAi, JOHE J.DllTV l in the city, milking the regular official visit to Uie various courts in his judicial District In order to allow relatives from dis tance time to attend, the funeral of the late Robert Battier has been postponed until Sunday morning at 9:30 o clock. SEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. It. S. Robeitaon to L. B. McFarlond pt al, trustees, $400, part of lots Xo. 2 and 4 in block 57, R. Topp's subdivision. F. G. Ford et al, execntora, to King's Great Western Powder Company, lot No. 2 of Willoughby's subdivision, vicinity of Memphis. Xel-on A. Bill to Mrs. Alice E. Boyd, $1500, southeast corner and part of lot No. 31,27x50 feet Fifth District Memphis, Chickasaw street Miss Eliza J. Means to Mrs. E. B. War ing, $150, a tract of land in range 7, sec tion 3, eleventh surveyor's district, near the town of Raleigh, containing 41 acres. Savannah Burk to A. Trotter, $200, a tract of land in the Fourth Civil District, containing 2 54-100 acres; also another lot on the Memphis and Randolph road. Thomas E. Daly and wife to William D. Lucas, $500, part of lots Nos. 10 and 11, in what is known as Andrew's subdivision, in the Ninth ward, Memphis. TRUST DEED. C. L. Morrison and wife to C. H. Gros venor, jrH $600, part of lot No. 359, Over ton's subdivision, South Memphis. LAW REPORTS. Criminal Cwrl wr, Jadgp. Calendar for to-day: Nos. 132, Fred Dow; 140, George Hil'-sman, 232, 233, Henry Luehrmann ; 117, 118, Celia Tur ner; 8, James Meath; 245, Mamie Davis and Julia Johnson ; 243, Harry McDowell ; 149, Buffalo tiilham. A ROYAL GIFT!. MKKEfS. We offer for the holidays BONNET SUBLIME - Black Silks, Put up in Dress Patterns of Twenty Tarda for M4 73, Usual price, $3 per yard. In addition to our Clearing Sale of Christina Ooods, We mark down to-day all our -BOYS' CLOTHING. Boy.' Overrent RedwH to SOO Boyx' Hui(. (3, 4 and 83. MARVELOUS PRICES IX Millinery Department! . All our trimmed Hats and Bonnets will be placed on sale to-day at such prices as will induce all to buy. Trimmed Hala Only HI. Trimmed Hat Only H'. Trimmed Hat. 84 and S3. Entirely new designs and worth double. Mioe Parlor! Just received a new lot of Uenla Embroidered Hlinpera. Ijullea- Kid-Button Boots. MEXKEVN, DONT OVERLOOK Our Ulove Department! Our Handlterrhlef Department! OPEX TO-XIGHT! A'otiee. Having had much complaint from those who had purchased the Knalie piano of me, and having failed to satisfy them, not withstanding the great expense and trouble I was put to in exchanging their defective Knabe pianos for others, that afterward proved equally unsatisfactory, liesides tiaving had to return to the factory new pianos which were defective, or to sell them at reduced prices, as defective pianos, 1 laid these complaints before the manufacturers. Instead of remedying these detects and supporting a faithpci. and prompt-having agent in his demand for first-class pianos, when he paid first class prices, they suddenly withdrew their agency (without notice or anv cause what ever, expressed or implied) fiom an agent who must have proved too discriminating and exacting a judge and placed it where their pianos are not likely to sutler bv comparison with "better pianos for less money. 1 he above reasons, coupled with a recent act of bad faith practiced upon me, their legitimate and authorized airent. induce me to relinquish the agency with out regret, and I hereby otter to close out my stocic ot Aiwm pianosstui on hand the best way possible, but without my guar anteeing them. n. G. HOI.LENBERO'S, 229 Main street, Meuiphin, Tenn.; Or 4(M Main street. Little Kock, Ark. CHRISTMAS presents: TOYS IX I.ARUE ASSORTS! EXT. l'lre-worka and Flr4'rarkera. 5 lbs laury Mixed Candle.. SI. 8 lbs Cream Bon-Bous (our nuke), al SO. SPEC'IIT V WALTER, No. 37 Madison Street. Dr. Duncan's Cough Balsam is a sure cure lor croup, it will never fail. Dr. Charles Zierman's Mjiter Cure. Turkish, Russian, Steam, Vapor, Hot ami cold Hatha, it you leel unwell, call ai .-o. ;-econd street, near Attains. Buy Clement's canned and bulk Oysters. FURNITURE. Christina Speelalties! Desks. Swrpfnrlps TxiiimreM lfiiim Rock erg, Center-Tables, Danner's Revolving jWKK-cases, fli tisic KacKs, etc., at reduced prices, for the Holidays. AMES, BEATTIE & CO., Xo. &3 Main street Call and see the lteautiful new style Cabinet Grand Hollenberg piano, ordered expressly for one of our most prominent and munificent merchants. Now on exhi oition for a days at II. G. Hollenberg's, 229 Main street Clement, 8i Beale, will have Turkeys by the thousands tor I hristinas, and every thing choice in his line. Free delivery every hour in the day. To Sensible People. If you want to inakeaClirislmas present to vonr husband, sweetheart, brother, son or friend, there is nothing that is more suitable than a nice hat. It isa useful and suitable present, and involves the expend iture of no money for a useless article that doesn't last three days. Therefore, go to Martin Cohen s, the hatter. No. 219 Main street Tell him what you want, and he will fill the bill to your entire satisfaction. 5000 choice fat Turkeys at Clement's, for Christmas, lave your orders. GREAT ASSIGNEE SALE OF Diamonds, Watched, Jewelry, Silverware In fact, the entire stock of S. Rothschild will be sold at astonishingly low figures. THIS IS XO HCMBVO. Stock must be sold for the benefit of his creditors. Parties can save fully fifty per cent by purchasing anything hey may want in that line from me. 1 K ON KXT HAL, Aaaljraee, 310 Main street 'Tut happy lo say Dr. Benson's Skin. Cure hat cured my eczema of the scalp of four years standing. John A Andrews, Attorney at Law, Ashton, 111. One dollar at druggists. Indorsed by physicians. Advice to Mother. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup should always le used when children are cutting teeth. It relieves the little sufferer at once ; it produces natural, quiet sleep by relieving the child from pain, and the lit tle cherub awakes as "bright as a button." It is very pleasant to taste. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, re lieves wind, regulates the bowels, and is the best known remedy for diarrhiea, whether arising from teething or other causes. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Premature Loss or Hair. May lie entirely prevented by the use of Burnett's Cocoaine. Housckeeiters should insist upon ob taining Burnett's Flavoring Extracts, they are the best Attention Horsemen ! Try Gombault's Caustic Balsam. There never has been a veterinary remedy to equal it as an application for all causes of lameness and blemishes. See advertise ment Critteadesi County Scrip, In sums to suit taxpayers, for sale at the Manhattan Bank. CmrCERiKO Pi AN'oa. in full bahaH merit at H. ti. Hollenberg's music house, 229 mum wm. Red Snappee and Lnke Fish, in large quantities, at Clement's. " '. Great Hargmlas In watches, jewelry, etc, can be seen at the assignee sale of . Rothschild, S1Q meet. HOTEL ARRIVALS. Peabody Hotel. C. B. GALLOWAY A CO Pionnmu. Kt 42 .SO sad $3 per day, according to lis and location of room. J Hart, Tenn Wm 0 Yerrer. Mint Miss M L Yerrer, Mis M lleiman, Cinrinnetl 6 J Hatchewn, Tex K A Sertrunk, Tex " J R Wilbear. Tex Mr, Donnelly, La J M Stone, Min K M Jone,, Tex K Hall, Hiss J C DnBoia, Als J e Thompson, Tex J H Sotboron. Mo J 0 M illey, Tex H ti Fleming;, city S T Hirtburn, Tex J M Maley, Min W A Peters, Tex O C Easton, N Y K J Lowe, Miss 1 C Dunn, Tex K W Fisher, Tex M W Sarger, Cincinnati ti C Stewart. Miss J T Bo wen. Ark Mist C Madison, Ark Mr, J Snyder, Ark D A Lyerla, Tenn . M F Wilson,.Misi E M Cooper, city , W F Mcllaniel Aw, Tenn LM Wade, Ark H B llaner. Ark W M Freeman, NY J W Walker. Tenn Mrs S B Junes if, N T J B William, Aw. S Y 0 D Rexington, Tenn 1, Gideon, Cincinnati II L tireen, Chicago W i Kose, Little Kork F H Mulford, NY U H Orejory, Ky W C Baird, St Louis A Moses, New Orleans T M Barna, Atlanta II A Plum, Tenn T C Pinner, Ark C II Dale, Tex W W Corning, Miss L II Bliss, Tenn D F Allen, N Y f S Ilutinger, Miss J Lehmer, Miss C R Woolner, Tenn JAIborn. Miss II S Mesrler. Pa Mrs T 11 Summers, Ky Mrs W Haddox, Ky J King, Ark C J Storch, Ohio L C Jones, Atlanta B Mickle. Ala W S Reele. St Louis J W Arnold, Tenu Mrs L Friauon, Tenn Mrs A S Hoikins A-f.Ten II W Leath, Ala 1 F Kenney, Mo W W Cowan, Ark d ijedingcr, Tenn F Slinson, Map. li 11 Buckuff Af, Wis Mrf I M Musen, Wis Miss M Chase, Wis A E Austin, Tenn J Buchanan, Tenn W S llutton. Ark J Atherton, Ky B S White, La R C Miller, Tenn J Hardin, Ark J Hardin. Tenn W D Cannon, city Mrs S J People As, Ark l A Carleton, Tenn J K lloskins, Ky. eaaton'a Hotel. European Plan. Enlarged and Refurnished. Prices according to sise and location of rooms. W. H. BINGHAM Maxaose. W R Hale, Ark K J Hale, Ark J A Anderson, Misi II E Bivri. Ark Z T Collin, Tenn A M Staple, Tenn L Rikard, Ark J S Greenlee, Tex W R rituckey. Miss W J Randolph, III J A Hardin, Ky R A Harrison iw, Ya JCNush, KCS M RR T F Glayon, Ark A Oouducb As, Ark E Williams, Ark R M Donnell. Miss Miss 1. Donnell. Miss J M Hnnkin, Miss Sam Hooper, Tenn W II Khimer, Tenn J L Alcorn jr. Miss S M Johnson, Miss ZS White, Miss RW Owen, Miss II Dixon Ad, Miss T B Johnson, NY E K Bransfurd, Tenn J J Brown, Tenn W C Pierce, Tenn J U Oarnett. Tenn Miss B Jackson, Ark Mrs M E Law. Tenn V Spinburg, Mexico C C Brimdery, Tenn L Mastcn. Tenn 1) Archibald. Miss Chas Roberts. Miss G M Lovegood. Ky W C Hall. C O A f- W RR J V Moore, Brunswick J W Palmer, Tenn C P Duncan, Nashville A E llerm. Mips W B Mill key, Tenn J N MeCrarv, Tenn 0 E Paltery, Ark K L Miller, Ark M 0 Gugles, Ya D Pointer, Miss B T Neeles, Tenn J K Irby. Tenn II B Young, Tenn J M Avent, Tenn EM Jennings, Mo D A Lverle, Jackson J Hall, Clurksville W T Shirt. Tyner J M Fletcher. M.ts W G II, .11.. way As, Miss T S House, city J K Landey. Ind G W Kinnings. Mo CGrahaui, Miss CCCaco, Tenu N Jones, Milwaukee Mrs L Callis, Tenn Mrs M Callis, Tenn. Hew Clarendon Hotel, Eulanred. L. D. UUNT...Maxaox. C. W INSTON...Clkrs. RiTtsti and S2 50 per day. L L Cook. Mo F II Skinner, Mo A C Skinner, Mo J Miller, Little Rock M B Ferguson, Ark Mrs Carriugton, Mis K P Saunders, jr. Ya W J Randolph. Ill P R Smith, Mis E J Carrington. city W L l!yd, Ky Mrs Cartney, Mo Mrs Jackson, Neb FJ Peters, Ark P C Koowlton, Ark (' J Asht.m, city W K Hlinn. Mich I C Boodley A w, Dixon F D Batsford, Chicago II L Clarke, D C II C Carpenter. NY J E Troup, Pa W F Phillips, NY J L Jackson, Miss Miss Jackson. Miss E Kiverton. Milwaukee A LRees, Melroy L L Sanborn, Albany C M Davenport, Ky II Weslgard, 111 AT Noble, Mo W S Stilt, Denier J W Houston Aw, Ala B F Hobart, Ala W C Hanson, Ohio O Irving, N Y J W Allen Aw. Mo W Haas, Mo Mrs Hopkins, Mo J J Williams, Mo Miss Wheelir, Mo W G Wood AI, Mas. ADDITIONAL RIVER NEWS. Vickhburo, December 21. Pei;irted: Will t. liny and Henry Frank, Menithit noon ; ti. W. Cole. Memihi, 2 p.m. Ix)iTi8viT.i.E,Peen.ler 21. Niht Kiver fnllinr, with ft feet 10 inches in the cun aland i feet lo inches in the chute on the tally. Weather cler jtntl cool. Arrived: Wyoming Cincinnati. JNo departure". 8t. Loitir, reeeniler 21. Xijrlit River fnllcn fi incbei. nd itandn feet 8 inches by the Suufre. Weather cloudy and cold. No arrivals tr eintrture". Heavy ice is running here, and un let the weather moderate noon there will he a irorire below the city. The yacht K ambler and Il linois are Mill ajrround bch.w here. ii. i,ou i:si s:iv v lmos. Our Retail Store will lie Kept Open I nl i I 10 O'CIiOCK On Si.lnnlu.T and -Monday NicMs. R. LOWEXSTEIX A IEICOS. I Johu Walsh, I'ntiertaker, 330J Second street. Clement will fill all telephone orders promptly with the lieslnf stock in Ins Iiih Npeeial ItarKains In carpets, oil-cloths, linoleums, niatlinf?, shades and rug until I move to my new store in the J-ee Block: u. . aill, os 322 and 324 Main street. Physician's preserihe Bethesda water, and Gov. J. M. Rusk, of Wisconsin, in dorses it as "the best water in the world." Sold bj Kobinson, apothecary. Steve Clement, 8(i Beale street, will give to nunters tne highest price lor game. For real, bona .'.bargains in good, re liable pianos and organs, . go to Hollen berg, who has the largest stock and will sell cheaper than any other house. No. 229 fttain street. Palpitation of the heart antj swimming in the head cured by Dr. Duncan's Liver ana Kidney Medicine. For Sale. Received to-day, twenty head of well broke saddle and harness mnres from I.ex ington, Kv. For sale at prices to suit the times, by V. S. Hodgers, at F. A. JONES A CO. 'S, til Monroe street, Don't fail to call at llollenherv's liefore closing a seeming bargain. Hollenberg can afford, and will sell better pianos lower and on lietter terms. No 2211 Main street. CHEMISTS HAVE ALWAYS FOUND 'A The Most Perfect Made. ft PURE FRUIT ACID BAKING POWDER. There is none stronger. None so pure and wholesome. Contains no Alum or Ammonia. Has been used for years In a million homes. Its great strength makes it the cheapest. Its perfect parity the healthiest. In the family loaf most delicious. Prore it bf the only true test. THE TEST OF THE OVEN. MaJRVAOTUO art STEELE & PRICE, Chicago. 111., mad St Louis. Mo. , mm4 Or. rrtea-a C.I... Wl Bt A Kg MO SECOND- CHAPE COOPS. CHAN CURT SALE OF BE1L ESTATE. No. 2SV4, R. In ihe Chancery Court of Hhelhy county. Ten a. A. J. KomiTf. J. A. Creath et al. T)Y virtue of an interlocutory decree for ftale JO entered in tbe a ho re rane on the Uh day iif November 18?ti, M. B. ;U, iiajre 1 1 will Mil, at I-ublic auction, to the highent bidder, in front of the Clerk and Master's office, courthouse of one l by conntyvMemphia, ienn. on ftatamlay, J a -a nary ia. within leml hour, the following described tronertv. situated in Shelbr count v. Tenn.. tar- wit: Beinr T2ris acres of land lyintt in the Ninth Civil District of Shelby county, more particularly described at follows: Bet-inning at a stake with rtoak pointers, H being the northeast eomer A. Cole's land, out of which thin land was laid off by decree of the Firet Chancery Court ot Shel by county. Tenu., at the November tern, 1; thence south 34.4.1 chains to a take in the Ucr m an town and Morning Hun road, with redoak sapling pointers: thence went 24 chun and 11 links to a stake in a field ; thence north 34 chains and 43 links to a stake with redoak and hickory pointers at J. A. Crcath's nouth line; thence eact with said line 1 chains and H links to tbe be ginning. larms oi caie uun. xnis iwcemoer si, iwi. R. J. SLACK, Clerk and Master. , By J. M. Bradley, LVi.ury Clerk and Master. J. H. Malone. C. W. Heiskell. R. li. Jordan and R. j. Morgan, Solicitors. sat TRUST SALE OF LAND. PURSUANT to the terms of a trust deed made to me by I. K. Douglas and bailie A. Iouglas, on 3d August, 181. and registered in tbe Regis ter's office of Shelby county, Tenn., in Record Book No. 138, page 4iS, I will proceed. Osa PrMsaV. Deeeataer M. 1HWL at the courthouse of Shelby county, in tbe city of Memphis, to sell publicly, to the hitrheet bidder, for cash, the land conveyed in saiu trust deed, and which ia thus described and bounded : Lying in said county, iw range 7t section 4 of Eleventh Surveyor'! Pittrict; Beginning at a hickory marked J. W" John Ward a NE corner at the north boundary Jine of Robert Uoodloe's tfott acre grant (of which this a part); thence east53 aouth with said line 4aohainsand 43 links Ut a take: thence south V " eaxt tl links tea poplar mark-M k. w ., j. . i . uoiasoy s corner tn tne road frtatm Raleigh to Randolph and Covington ; thence with aaid road south l.iJ west So chains and1) links; 21 ' west 21 chains and 50 tin k$ south 37 -west 31 chains: aouth 11 S 3 west 15 chains and &j links to a slake; thence north 78 wet 43 links to a poplar marked 1. ., norta e.v east to links a whiteoak T. T. ti. T. T. tiolfij-by'i comer) at the south boundary line of tbe said grant; thence west $- north with the said line U chains and links ta a evnroai mark-ad J. W.. J. W. Want's corner; tiisnoe north -t at with said Ward's line 4 chains and 9 links to a slake lo links west of mm elm marked J. W . j thence we4 3r north ti chains aad i link to a Soxalder marked J. W. : thDM worth 5 east Siehain and links to the bee in nice, containing acres, mwe or Title believed to be good, bat I sell ae trau ay. Inn Aak v oT Nornu, r. Wn3. ovy a w a re tee HILL, FONTAINE & GO. Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers 29G-29S Front .St., Memphis, Tenu. HILL, FONTAINE k CO. Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants, Xo. 116 .South Main St., St. I.ouIh. E. WITZBSAN1T fe CO Wholesale Doalcm aud I'liblitdiero, SIC Sole Agents for the following Ftrst-Class InstramenU: Steinway ev23.cL 3ES.iat1oo 1T "Va'lal" HACII, U IRI.KK. '. !. PF.AHG '4., AUD ATk. Now 7-Octavo I'iallo for nlBO.-M Write for Catalogues. SS'.l and 325 MICO.Ml NT. MKMPIIIN. Rootes 31 MAIX KTKEirr MKMPIHS.TEXX, WIIOI.EMAI.K AMI KirTAII. DEALERS IX Hardware. Stoves, Ranges. Mantels, Grates Tinware, Copper and Mherl-Iron Ware, 1 jtuips of all klada. Wood and Willow Ware, t'tillrry, Rnlldprs Hardware1, Rooana;, JalTlua;, and Job Work Promptly Alleudpil lo. AGEXTS FOK THK C F.I.KHK iTI'.O VAS S ( OOKlU KAAOE R. L COCHRAN & CO. i s-..:".'". I'-v-w ' . .'.'-i. 1 "nan 3 mtsrMss HAW AI PLAXI..nil,L, NAVY'YAKD, DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, lilOLDING,LUr.1BER Lath and Sliingles, Flooring, Ceiling and Cedar PoHts. MEMPHIS, ... TKIVNKSSKE. J. K. oonivi.v. . R. GODWIN & CO. Cotton And Commission Merchants, 33G Front St.. Cor. JI. eavln. John S. Knlllvan. "Wholesale OrocrrH, Cotton factors And Commission Merchants, 232 and 234 Front BETWEE!! AIAfi Mr. L. V. RAIKKY derole, hi, whole time to the ohnrirr. 1 ttnn 1. .rehoo.p. Hc n p.hmrt.t"1 rm V. IHZl MEMPHIS, TENN., AND LITTLE KOCK, ARK. 1883 H. G. HOLLENBERG'S MUSIC HOUSE ! Two lance floors Bllcd with Fli-t-C'lass Oldest and moat Kl table Honae.at LOWENT PRICKM, for an or on Inatallntonts Hloek or over 33.OO0 different MaHir.M nMpMUIons. KOVF.l.TltJt reeelyed dally, 4TTho moat oznorleneed Toners and Workmen employed. ISO 229 TVXTLIKT SIT1. W. B. Oalbreatnu WB.Galbreath& Co. COTTON FACTORS, 11 Union Street, Fnlmer.fhorntoD & Co. Cottonlactors, Wholesale Grocers XO. SOS FROST STREET. MEMPHIS, 1 XX, Gn.u.T webthhn HORSE AND MULE MARKET KANSAS CITY, : STRICTLY rOMVISFTOV nrsiVKSi) V fV si.nta of Horw. and Male, lur (ale. a. well ar or. tare w iwrrliu. mm Iro. B.llMra aiht. Twal for ilurMM of aLCaod stiij.r, a.4 all Mil!.,, P. eeni. fwn.miMH,. LibraJ idi,.-H OD all tltt K MVlivnM lo mi l.L. K.li.l.M.ia - - - J .n .11 n..li..nn mmA t.- L. ... Btoeh taaaa taaadtrwa U, 4pH (rn t enajTie. Put on Your "Specs" and TOBMPIiMcLOTMER! THE MOST STUPENDOUS "SCHEME" ON RECORD! Inororrlo reanromy lnn,rnaato-k of FIBIK t LOTH IMS AKB rCtIIIBU UOOM tba sooaon oalaa so far advanoro I will. Iron, now on for in next Mlxty ajrs, air. overy ono or nsjr nalrona who rnrohaaoa lorty Dollara Worln or aiooas or OTor, nl alnoront tlmea, (son "Waterbury" Stem-Winding Watch and Chain One of the Most Reliable Time-Pieces Made. y asodo oral vlna; then, anay la shown y lh follow Ins Caro-HEAD THISi : it is good rot -0n of the moat reliable tima-pier. mad prmnt4 to vnry Caah parehaner f Clolh I luiand lurni.hiniliood, loth, amo.ntof F.r Iollani vrorer. At ,r,ry ea,h purrha w will punch the eorrsepandine amount os the martin of thU a; ra, and when the whole amount w punehed we will prsatnt tha ! J. H. ft oo I ft OO 1. I.trodnrlna this M'H KM T. heloro (ho nn.lh-. I not; o any that. In ,l.w .ro.r llaorallly wo will alio onlhno POT DOWN THE PRICES AND PUSH THE TRADE ! THATA JIKT WHAT ME ARE IMlJit ar ..lain.. If ... nrorrooalwo. ... h.,..n hy ,hr,.ln arowlh of.., IHOt NE thai o.r pine I. FAMOUBI" lUI ftH HWBOBT I an, tJe:, WtuJn! 327 MAIN STREET. KETWEEX MOyROE AX1 UNIOX. IHEOTEJ & Bush, Paotors Union, Memphis, Tenn. rhoa. Clark. M. J. Clark. St., Memphis, Tenn, AUD JEITF.RMIX. Weirbin, and Bale of all Cotton InUu'ad ae a Oaann. ti. II. Drnlnon. Ur. N. Eaa. JMannfarlnrrrs and Dealers la STOVES, RANGES, TINWARE, Lamp Stock, Oils, Cutlery. Coul-Vanes, Kire-StmidH, Fender. Rooming and Guttering Done to Order 257 MAIN STREET, Oppooile Court S4iuar? MeniptalB PIAXOM and OROANM. Bay from In J. M. FowlktM. Memokis, Tenn. : : : MISSOURI. Knu r, no niicrn to ku'livi mvyiav. Coj-rwiManr. TClicilW. I l a riaaT-CLisa BlilBAla, Meaipkla, Tea. I ft oo I ft o FOR THEJOLIDAYS! A Nice LineB0YS' TOOL CHESTS, ICE AND HOLLER SKATES, Fino Pocket and TtiMo Knives, Best Quality l'Jatcd Ware, ORGILL BROTHERS & CO. UToa. 310 and 312 Front Street Memphis. Tenn IT MAY TRADE MARK.'"SyV" RCISTEWEP' FOB Hf AliAKIA, TORPIO MVFIt AXI ltlMOl NKSN. Eat and drink what .on pleaw, for It will not ralirnte you. It ia purely rentable, and eonlalna P?. .'"''? "r?c",i?.jP.r ,,,,'',,r.!,; ?olJ kv, I'"""1"" MediiMii. lealer. .verywhero. Ka. a bottle eoitain, lorly half-tesapoonful doaea. i'rU-s, ;.'. W. UT. Wlf.KF.RSOV Oc 0.. Ml.olowl Aitonlw. Klotiiphla. Ton it. AIJtTOW BOYD. Preo't. T. B. hi WM, THE ARLINGTON INSURANCE COMPANY Or MBMrillH, TBPOTff. DOES A GENERAL FIRE AND MARINE BUSINESS. orri';-4s maiiimox ntrekt. CAPITAL ItlRKCTOKH. Alaton Ifovd. T. It. Finn, W. II. Berry. J. M. fimilh. J. W. Kii-lir.lnn, f. T. Stone. Bro. Arnold, I It l.i Srliwill, II. II. I'.rhrr, ivotictk f iatxi:icniiii. rpma U loeertltythatCHAS. E. HARRIS and A. K M. liRATH hav. thin day formed partner ,h ', for PxriHi,. ot rondurtint W hole.alv and IteUil W....d and W illow-war. Hu.'nr... a il Alain alreet, Memvnia, Tenn., under nnu name .. Cliaa. li. liarrm A Oo. II S. K IIMiUI.-, CiMSlIiiSRiS & CO. WHOI.EflAI.K AD RETAIL OEAI.ER" I! WOOD AND WILLOW WARE, TOYS, FAXCJY CIOOU.N AXI OTION, 3To. BBH Main Htreot Mompliln, Ten n , COTTON FACTORS, No. 300 Front Street, ; ; Memphis, Tenn. BOOTS AMD SHOES ESTABLISHED 1848. THE OLDEST C'AXDY AK1 SFBCHT & WALTER flllorKMALB CANDY MANUFACTURERS AXD DEALERS IX TOYS AMI FIREWORKS. o-Aiooda olnarantord aa Reprawnied. 87 MADISOX STREET. MEM I'HIS. TEXX. KJJM.JJJLXL XXJUU 256 AND 258 FXIOXT MTItKKT, STRICTLY on commission: DISSOLUTIOX. HK Im.f UILLARD. ARWTSTRAD A Ll'NDKR baabMn dlamlmd h. ih. rf..ik t n i.n I LAKD. Tkea.rriTina parts.r, sa.sieall liabilitiea of, and will aoileet all amounta da, aaid trn, sad will aualins, the haaiaw andar lb. firia nan, of ARMISTEAD Cotton Factors and Commission merchants, 18 and 18 Union wtreet. Merophifi. Tenn. Browne.theFlumber . OAS-FIXTURES. IRYIX BEOs'K g.V SK OM STREET. MEMPHIS Estes, Boan fc Co. . Vholesale Grocers No. IS Union street, flemplilw. Tenn. w. T. BOWDBE. BOWIBI'IBOS. a CO. - COTTON JTo. 28Q Front street FEOFIiES Insurance Oflice if Madison Street, Mcmplils, Tenn. . gjarlnanroa nil n.aa " of Movomandloo. WM. M. FABBUQItf!!, Prrs't. H. T.LEMMON, TfTMt. W.U P ABUB, SWy Read w CURE YOU. Vlr.rrl. W. N. Kt.Xwr.OAT.Mrr'. tlOO.OOO. C. R. Itvan, ,ll, Arnii.l..,l, .1. J. Duffy, .1. . Mnlone, W. I', lliuinrnnl. W. K . I...,,... AX r.I.i:AT VARIETY AND LATEST STYLES! Stork Eqnul lo any In Hie Sonlbweitl. Cih. tom Work Spoclalt. Mrawurr, Taken. LINKHAUER & LEHMAN 292 MAIN STREET. TOV IIOINE IX THE ITV. rdera for Parllea and Weddings Taken. WHOLESALE. & LUNDEE, Moved ! and Cotton Factors, S. I. UOWDRE. FACTORS, '.'irfniplil,, Tenn. Company naorononaoa, Cbanaw and wpllloaa -an mm k