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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-TUESDAY, JANUAEY 29. 1884,. i LOWENSTEIN:& BROS. Will Offer THIS WEEK some m (ffl-fl e ill also mate a Special Sale of .Nei k and Sleeve, for 25 renin. Also, Trimmed with Hamburg- Edge, :!j7uir IO. Xj O'VEPJS'-f-tLZIISr &? BROTHERS COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. St. J. Gordon. J. Gordon. GORDON, BRO. & OO. Oor Inrllltie. lor bundling Cotton, firnin, '!., r equal to the beat. Sprela.1 sUentlon paid to Storing- and Weighing BA4.UIMU, TICK ISO MrPPLlKN fnrnilied at the LcwmI Prices and on reasonable terms. Liberal Advances made on COnnignmenta. L Tos. 218 to 221 Broad street, RELIABLE GOODS ! : : : OOTS AND 261 Main Street, Orders from Abroad will Receive Our Prompt Attention. AMUSEMENTS. TT Kl IIKIK-S TIIEATKR. Joseph Brookh. Lessee and Manascr. ThiiLilnv and t rllny Evrnlnic an.l KlltV HHM:(. AT 1:30 P.M., Jauuary lt und February 1st and 2d. MINS I'AV.VV DAVENPORT! Jn her iiiatfhlur rcinleriny of Victor. en Sarduu'i ritit tucet8, F'lSDOHA! ,uiMrteU by her MltiCIISAI. STKXUi:ST tV tOKH S.WMPAMY I I'LAY l'KoDVCEH IX YKAKS! TWENTY ule i)f sent- at M.dU'lilu're'f. .Monday, Fehniarv 4-IU.K1. K1KKE. t'.l llult'S Till-. AUK EXTRA. aa-SI'KCIAL ANX012.TK.MKNT!. TIIK I'AMiilK olttulvM. MAO I.HON MIAUi: THEATER CO. ith the tln-ntest tTn !t thttt has yet been seen in this t'ity, appears in On t'.liraary 4 .. FnrtbiT particulars in a few days. V. W. KAN HAL' Airent. tl.OI'I KN Tlir.II.K. 1'itruer AYiihinirton nd Main Street. IIakkv W n.Ktn Maxagkk. Theater The Only t'liM'liiN Variel? lit Hie t'il. llON'l'AY..1iir.iinry'-,l-t, im l'n tire Sfw Pro. ftrumiiM'. with KiirM Nw Kari'S. Knit,, mime. HiuU' ille, Upei.itic and Specialty rVrttirNtiinci''. imrs tieti -it 7d cluck p.m.; performance le .1 it t n t M. .TM'IAL M VTINKfi FKIDAY, January 2,'th, M ,.'ci,i-k p. in. l.ii-ulnr prices. Skating Rink! Corner Second and Union. .V V'- Os'feJ? m s wwk I ?AI tor rettttuVfrulo and for thn-f, wlion eon- FMl40mrW WMVTK "K"""!"- i.., . " 'irr' - 'Tiiyan " T fjlia-vSSlJ-l Room to gentlemen: two rofir.s t .... "1 J apj kiu-hen for housekeeping, at 72 Monroe. Ladies practice 10: a.m. to Y2:'M) p.m. Matinee Afternuon I to p.m. Music afternoon anMit. ' Day Admission and c kaie-.TrVents (except Sat ur'tiivfii. r Kiiiht Admission. n" reuts: Sk:ttes25 cents. I, -ill' Tr-i-'tice Tickets, :t fur :k cents. Sntm jv A Orrnc.-n dmi"inn, Sk)t:. ?c. sHrOnt Mrnl. tu KimI Whent, lirahani Klonr. Pearl Icnl.l ern Slnrrh, Isriaa, Tnien. NaK. Hurley, .ajr lleann, hpllt Praia. While Pen. Iloiiiluy, :rllN, l.en all, liran krran, Kell-ltiiuir and Plain Aliirhaheiif.silrniiiiMiWed Hal Heal aud t'rnekiil Wheat. j. r. IjUckham & co., JomhOtirtox. J.' C. N. Urosykxor. OVEKTON & GROSVENOR, Real Estate Dealers AJ i:TS AM) lUtOKEKS. OrriCE, 204 SECOND ST., Bi. K. t or. Nteontt And 4 onrt jtcnrnis Tennessee, ORAL ESTATE R(l"HIT"AND SOLD TAXES t" (nit-. Rfpji r-ilfti'd. etc.. nn Comn'i"ii'H. No. 412 Maui St-, MomphLM, Tenn., JMPORTEIl and dealer in Guns, Rifles, Am ina rm ion, a-'tHhinir Tackle, Fine Poket-kniTeret. 1 he trde supplied at lowest market prices. Price list sent on application. Repairing don i,nd w.rrnti TclrihMnr for n-(t ion HANTS. CIA R It IK SHAW, colored, from Macon, Tenn., J to v.l ut the Appeal office for a latter for her. rptt'O I'nfurnished luwrai; location no object. 1 ddres iniinediatolv. A. B. T.. Anneal. LJ0AKL In private family man wife and two ehjldren. Addre J.H.M.. this ollice. ONK HOOD CANVASSING AGENT lo each city and countv; ittiod pay. Address V. GI.DVEK. Delaware. Ohio, Box S Apply at ' M:iin street. i riTAR AND BAN.IO T AVGHT J5y the moM V7 lmpn tbnrourh. rovtfvi una per loot y sterns Instructions llollenhtTrf 0 Mush llou C 10M1ROMISK COl'HONS. Also. bi uuuL ti ns. B- RICUMOND, JM adion treet. AWMUiU A rood second-hand sawmill, com O plete with either ioi U.ble or stationary ensrine of :V-r aa-hort power; mui-t be cheap and rood. AJdrefS R- J- WlLlJAM.Gaden.Jenn. OIL SALKS.MEN To act as agents tor an arti cle sold to every steam user: control of ter ritory sjivcn to riirht parlies. BEN E. HARRIS, ..! West I hird street, Cinciiinati.Uhis X iTEL,LlGENCK r K'h 417 Main ; Laborers, l'orters. Waiters, Mechanic und lluUMJ-ser-vnnts. of sll kinds, furnihed. Tljrl fANT MKN ar.ii V0MKN- -Everywhere V te tell our inamoitas. No nrrrious exiri- nce Boe.arv. tor parncuiars aaaress ivaiv LEY -V ii' NETT. 27 Vine street, Cincinnati. r".L GOLD xVAlOil-CA.SESCharna, Jewelry. L U-r eaaa. l. . H uilurd A Co.. Mai. mi go D WONDERFUL BARGAINS in LADIES' DOMESTIC UNDERWEAR THIS CUT REPRESENTS A 55 Cents. Bosom composed Rows of Fine Inserting Bands. Sleeves and Center-niece fin ished with Hambura Edaina. Band Chemise for 25 Cents. with Pointed Yoke of 3 Rows Ruffled Band. Also, a Chemise of 7 Rows of Inserting between Embroidery and Trimmed Embroidered Edge. THIS CUT REPRESENTS A SKIRT WE WILL SELL AT 85 CTS. Deep Cambric Ruffle, with 2 Clusters of Tucks, Trimmed with Hani' hunr Edging. Clusters of Tucks above, and made of Standard jluslin. Will also sell a Skirt for 50 Cents, made of good quality of Muslin, with deep Hem and Tncks above. Also, a Skirt for $1 00, with deep Embroidered Ruffle, with 2 Clusters reedinsrly handsome Skirt. Also, Cambrie Ruffle .with Hamburg Edging and Inserting and 4 Tucks above. We have DRAWERS and NIGHT-GOWNS IXFAXTS' SLIPS. We offer a plain a Cambric Short Slip, Ave Plaits Front for 23 cents. These are the Urealest bargains tver Uttered in meuipuU. T. 1m I'ritolictt. J. 31. Xaslrville, Tenn. : REASONABLE PRICES ! SHOES Memphis, Tenn. A UCTIOy SALES. Ansigui-e's Sale of Fine Bedroom Setx, Bureaus, Wachstands, Whatnot, Chairs, Ta ble?, Carpets, Mirrors, Pictures, and a larce lot Sundries lor Housekeeping;, TLESllAY .MORNINli, Jan., Kith, at iuo cluck, at o. : Second street.' Public Administrator's Sale. Office of Tublio Administrator, Shelby county courthouse, Memphis, Tenn., January 19, 1X-S4. NOTICE is hereby given. That I will sell, as administrator of the estate of James. L. ,!.-;.. ,lBM.iil. at niililin auction, on FRIDAY. February 1. ISM, at 12 o'clock noon, in front of the courthouse, the following property belonfcinit to said estate: Tiro Mules, one Two-horse kou and sunitry other proicrty. Terms of Sale, Cach. JOHN l.OAtil E, Public Administrator A. M. Srt,ldfiril, AMti"npr. 1 AKK CP. - m v.l.K A .mftll hlack mute. Anulv to Frank J lturton, four and a-half nulesout on Pig- LOST. s BETTER A white setter dog, with a few blnck spots on ears. Aelurn to reaoouy uaruer fimt (f-f rcw;ird. . hfv l'EKSONAL. D U. IIIXSON'Slate illnasa has happily resulted in restored health. Kemoved to jio .imn si. li F. o to s o'clock dully. II I ifnti FOR UEXT OK LEASE. TT.ANTATION Mr rlantntion twenty-tive JL7 mile aove Meuitihi. Mi8ilpt couniy Ark. Coiw-idereii ine of tbeiiDeet on the river: three to fiur feet above hiirh water in Jvfc.' iinil JfVU; :v0 acrof urnler cultivation, deaJened four years. ill rent t a o..d narty iovr V. VKH..!1 Front ' KTKAVKD. MARK From my p table, on the 2Sth inst.. one bay mure, in thin order, U'S band: hixh, citcht or leu years old, star in face; had a rope round the nmk when the left. Will pay a liberal reward for her return, or information that wiii lead to her recovery. W. A. FAIRF. K Tn.nn Mregt STOI.KX. nt unlay niRht, from mv i.X at Lyuchburn, Miss one ftirhtnorrl inare mule, (ii;t H liand liish, w ith tlil in under enle h'ft nir, black mane ntid tail I round sheared), bluett ptrip down back and acroH withers, blick lc?s with iert ubovc knee and houghs: h:u habit of throwing ears backward and l"r;iid while walk in tf ; piM-eu under saddle ; irear marked : had mi bridli'-Ll saddle when htolt-n. 1 wilK'ive -Nicely-furnished room At lo0 Third street. 11IEAP FARM 7 miles north of Furret City, V Ark., eouiainins; about mm hundred und filly acres open laud, most of it fresh land and under jroml ioni c. Apply to .1. II. MrDAVnT A CO., Mcnilir, or W YNNE, DENNIS A BF.CK, Forrest City. Ark. DESIR MILK Fiimihel crato.Apply at l."l-.j Rooms: term mod Winehcstor street. 1 0OM 'oinfortable. nirel v-furn ished room : i. V references nxinired, at lt2.MadtHon Mtreet. ClUTTAtiB Four riMims, at S4 Alubama street. ' Apply at 47 Mushy street. J- Front Mrcet. Immediate possession frivon. It. lUCliMOND, AkcdJ. 2HMadison ct. 1 0M-A niiely furnished room, at 5t Monroe Xvstrect, near Second. i te) rr ELKtiANT ROOMS In the Wablran a-, s ' BltH-k, tiuely adapted tor a boardinxhouse. Ilavinir boon closed for the last 18 month, X now offer it for rent to sood tenant. 11. L. tilfoN, Agent. 19 Madison st. TjH'RNlSHED Rooms to gentlemen; also two rooms and kitchen, at 7- Monroe street. XT OS. 4:i- AND 4, Exchatitre i double lencniont brick of I ana in o d order. Kent 817 street extended: f five rooms each tier month each: possession from February lv't. Mi NT EH I'AKKEU, US'.' Main street. Fi-lCES AND SjLEKPIKG-KtHi.MS J i'AKK HOTEL. ("TOKKHIIOM ISo. 37 South Court atre.t and fc several acant l.i Mty. Apply to K. li, Lots in business portion of thc- buonden or J. L. lioodloe, 3 .Madtoa street. ROOMS Furnished rooms. "9 M ADISpy STRKF.T. L'UMSIIED ROOMS AtTOT.inden street. FUR 8 ALE. AOVNll MILCH COW-Oalved about three X tuontti. tii. Apply at 23y Uollincton street, or Panola i-'il Couipaiiyj HOl'SK Cht'iip for eash, a double-tenenlent. oni'-iit' ry traine house, 47 and 4'. KvohaiiKe slreet extruded. Il:ilt a blm-k from street cars. Lot joxM u-et. l'or prit',1 aTid particulars address .1. A. r 'KNM.KTV, tliis ..tli-c. ).- 11KALI titml) Ml l.i:s-i;',, to 16 liands. t J Terms pa.h or KiHd city auveptame. Ap ply at sUtbles, l'.KJ JeCertion street. V. M. l'ATTERSOX & CO. rptN cnTrAt;i:s and dwellinus-kiio u X tJutm. Sveral stores. SAHKMo vX). . U. L. OL ION. 19 Madison street. G 1 001) All LOU COWS- Apply to 1. I.. ' Linux, bove i, .Miss. CVWS-IXo. 1 milch cows, givins; 3 to 4 jrallons. eiii-h. Apply at corner of I nion and MeLan, t o nu 1 es fr. nunty. A. 1. . CA KTKK, S a. 1 TuirsK- Cheap, for eauh, new cottaire, Desoto w tioors south of Vance: all modnrn I L t., fw Uo mprovemenL!'. Apj-ly to Mrs Mctieoy, 225 Adams. QTOVKS All kinds of Ilea tint and Cooking O Stoves tor sle chHip. Also, fmO Plows, sliirht ly da in aired bv smoke. Address S. OAUAV, A cent, 4w to4lAShf.hy street, Memphis. MILK A stronct tentle male, for tale cheap. Apply to J. K-. Appeal office. KOOMS AM) BOARD. F RUNT KOOM-lii Court street. - iay-boarder wanted. OT. JAMES ll'H SK-Cor. Second and Adams. O Boaxd and room, 9o i-er week; day-board, St. Transient will find avod accommodations. 1.J0OMS leirable furnished or unfurnished rooms, with or it host board, at 75 I'niun el. MRS. M. It. l'RESTUK.B. O SK lKSIR ABLE KO iM-WHh or without btaard, at IJl Court street. lOOMS Without board, 1 V nished. furnished or unfur- f AKK HtlTKL. I "I 00MS A X D BO A R 1 -also table board for ri- X; tlemDby veek or luojith, atlb Second it. IOOM Larce front room, furuished or unfur XV nihed, tth or wiUiout board; reaaonabl At a Poplar street. Y30OMS En suite andsincle. furnished and un- X V famished, with or without board pine, at Madison street. lOOMS AND BOARD Furnished room iDia with i board fot geaUeoisQ, at y3 .Midiaoa CHEMISE WE WILL SELL AT of 4 Clusters of Tucks and We will also sell a Good Plain Also, a Chemise for 45 Cents of Inserting between Tucks and for $1 OO, with Square Bosom Tucks, Center-piece of Hamburg of Tucks above. This is an ex a-Skirt for $1 50, with Tucked to match all of above. Cambric Long Slip, with Lace Edge around and Back, Tncked-rnffle Sleeves and Seek, ItleCorniack. C. K. Tucker. Xo. 8 Court street, Memphis. THE WEATHER. Indications. For Tennessee and the Ohio Valley, gen erally fair and warmer weather, variable winds, mottly wetterlyt and nearly station ary barometer. Meteorological Report. Mrupbih, Tkxv. January 28, 1884. Tin Weather. 6:08 a.m. l0:OS.m. 2:03 p. hi. 6:LW p.m. 10:08 p.m. Mean - Kopjry. Cloudy. Cloudy. Cloudy. Clear. Fair. Rainfall, 0.07. Maximum temperature, 58.5. Minimum temperature, 45.0. LOCAL K0TICES. Park JIotel rooms, without board. IIkssex's coush syrup will cure that couli. Try it. AVeak people should use &tmarilan Ner vine, tlie weiit nerve conqueror. Sewing-machine embroidery. White & Davis, ollice 44 North Court street. Dyspepsia and indigestion cured by Dr. Duncan's Liver and Kidney Medicine. Handsome Sewing Machine Embroidery on exhibition at AVhite and Davis otlice. Call and leave orders at 44 North Court t. Otti'Mwa, Ia. Dr. J. N. Armstrongsays: "I have used Brown's Iron Bitters in niv family, and recommend its use to others.' Dr. J. B. Lawyers, 279 Main street. Office hours, 11 to 12 o'clock and 3 to 0 o'clock. Telepiione connections at office and residence. This is to notify the public that I have a large and select lot of mules on hand, and will be constantly receiving from this time through the season. W. A. FAIRES, 65 Union street. Da. C. W. Benson's Celery and Chamo mile Pills are prepared expressly to cure, and will cure Headache of all kinds, Neu ralgia, Xervousness and Dyspepsia. Proved and indorsed by physicians. Bit few articles have reached such a world-wide reputation as Angostura Bit tera. For over fifty years they have been the acknowledged standard regulators of the digestive organs. Their success has incited imitations. Be sure you get the genuine article, manufactured only by Dr. J. G. B. Siegert & .ons. F0K THIS WEEK 0AL I MEXKEX'S Continue the sale of MOCSQUITAIKE KIDS at 50c, A Nil all IM POUTED PBKSSKS At half cost of materials. MEXKE.VS. Advice to 9Iotheri. Mrs. AVinslow's Soothing Syrup should always be 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 us 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 diarrlma, whether arising from teething or other causes. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Dn. Duncan's Congh Balsam is a sure enn tar cmnn. It will never fail. Ited-lioom Suits ami Curpct, At Great Iteduction, AT AMES, BEATTIE & CO., No. 303 Main street. Telephone 351. Farm llumlsi Furnished At a low rate of transportation, from Geor gia and South Carolina. Can furnish 1000 families. Apply to K. A. Williams, P. A., Memphis and Little Rock railroad, post office box 2;Ui, Atlanta, Ga. Ir. Mewborn, Dentist, No. 251 Main street. A Pare and Effective Hair Dressing. Cocoaine, a compound of Cocoanut Oil, beautifies the hair and is sure to allay all itching and irritation of the scalp. TiiEsuperioritvof Burnett's b la tori no Extracts consists in their perfect purity and strength. J. Walsli, Vnder taker, 330J Second street, near Union. Sorn stomach and constipation of the bowels cured by Dr. Duncan's Liver and Kidney Medicine. lr. I. W. A iT M. liuddcke, Ollice and residence 87 Madison'st, Attention Horsemen t 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. Sewing Machines Still sell. Seventy-five of the new Davis just received by john r. kit, co., No44 Korth Court street. The Famous Hollenberg Piano. Many hundreds of them sold all over the city and country, in schools and families. In every regard rirtt-clan at Medium pricrt. The largest assortment of upright and square pianos. I cite what Prof. C P. Winkler says, one of our ablest and most prominent" musicians in the Sonth: T. , , MisrBts, January 31, 1883. H tve, tn pleasure to recommend, unhesi tatm 1 v. t tit. m,n(i. L r. . - - -1 i xi . lloll.nberc, and niore especially those bearing . his nf me. Mr. llollenbers: beinir a practical in.no raaaer ana eultivatM musician, is the i;",' IV XX .ZuJiZVl " 01 quali- 1 have known several m.l.nM,. v,.rA hv.a i . .w luMiuiiirui i win Pianos back to th factory, aa he deemed them de 'J'1' "d below th standard i.f excellenc which ht required. 0. P. WINKLKK. Every piano fully guaranteed for six year. a. o. bollinrkro. Practical Piano-maker, 31 Main strut. Mrs. I Me Anally, 253 Second it. Millinery and IVeasiuaVing. Bar. Ther. Wind. 30.339 45.0 S.E. 30.3t M.5 S. 3t).;mi 57.0 S.W. 30..'o 5i.O S. 3'i.:t!I 52.8 S.E. 30.0 51.6 S.E. ODD FELLOWS. Special Train to Leare Kansas City To- Day and Arrlre Here Thursday Morning. Addresses to be Dellrered Upon Their Arrival The Arrangements Thus Far Made. ia froi Odd Fellows and their families will leave Kansas City this afternoon for Memphis. A committee came here some weeks ago and made preliminary arrangements, and after their return home the following let ter was received by Mr. J. S. Mahaffy, of jviempnis: TBS LETTER. Ellsworth, Es.. December 20, 1883. ' Brothers An excursion of the Odd Fellows of Kansas,andtheirfamilies,under the auspices of the officers of the Grand Lodge, from Kansas City to Memphis, Tenn., will take place in the last week in January. A special train (with chair cars lor the ladies), will leave Kansas City on Tuesday afternoon, January 29th, at 3:30 o clock, fare for the round trip, 13, the return ticket good on any train (within ten days from date sold) over the Kansas City, bnngneld and Memphis railroad. Arrangements will be made for excursion rates via rail and steamers from Memphis to the various points ot interest near, and lor reduced hotel rates while at Memphis. as well as for meals along the route. The committee appointed by the grand master to complete these arrangements is t,. p. Bertram, past grand master; W. D. Hil ton, deputy grand instructor, and Samuel F. Burdett. erand secretary, who hone to arrange for reduced rates from the homes of the excursionists to Kansas City and return, ot wnicn due notice will be given as soon as the rates are known. District deputv grand masters will ascertain who of their members want to go, make a correct list of the names, collect SIS Irom each, and send same to b, F. Burdett, who will return the tickets to those officers. As there will be a large amount ot correspondence required, it is desirable that you commence at once, aa, if 300 or 400 go, as it is quite likely there will be. the railroad officers must have in formation in time to provide the requisite number of coaches. - A subsequent circu lar will be sent apprising your lodge of any and all additional arrangements as soon as possible. Address all inquiries to &. . uuttur.ii., iecreiary, Leavenworth, Ks. Br Order or the Cohhittkk. The time given for preparation has been so short that the Odd Fellows of Memphis have had little opportunity to prepare for a reception as they would have been glad to do. INVITATIONS WERE SENT to several prominent Odd Fellows and others in the State to be present, among others Gov. Bate, to Grand Master of Tennessee Charles Landis, of Jackson, Tenn.. and to Grand Secretary J. R. Har well, of Nashville. Gov. Bate replied that pressing business engagements would pre vent his attendance, and Dr. Harwell tel egraphed yesterday morning that he had received a painful miury by lailing on the ice. and could not come as requested. A letter was received yesterdav irom Grand Secretary. S:.' F. Burdett, of Kansas City, saying that the tickets were being rapidly taken and that about 250 or 300 persons would be included in the excur sion, among which will be all the officers of the Grand Lodge. The exact number not at present known. A great many are expected to board the train between Kansas City and Memphis. It is sup posed that nearly EVERY LODGE IN THE STATE will be represented by one or more dele gates. The total number ot Udd fel lows in Kansas is put down in the last annual report at about 10,000, while Tennessee has 3058. In Memphis alone there are fully 500. The significance of the present excursion will at once be ap parent. Its object is two-told, it is de sired to pay a social visit to Memphis, and a majority of the visitors who were soldiers under the" Lnion nag, many ol them marching in Tennessee, desire to revisit old scenes, not so much to recall them as to observe how effectually eradicated are the battle-grounds ot old. THE SPECIAL TRAIN which leaves Kansas City this evening will arrive at Memphis about 11 o clock Thursday forenoon. A committee, to be appointed by the Arrangement Commit tee, will meet the incoming train at a point about two miles from Memphis and form ally receive the visitors, furnishing each with a scarlet badge. Another committee will be present at the depot when the train arrives, and will escort the excur sionists to the hotels in hacks and omni buses. The whole affair will be managed by the Arrangement Committee and the sub-committees they may appoint. COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS. Memphis Lodge No. 6 A. F. Davis, W llham Bruce and Marcus Jones. Chickasaw Iodge No. 8 R. D. Frayser, John Uarro and one other. Schiller Lodee No. 40 John Linkhauer. Joseph L hi and J. G. bchmidt. Banner Lodge No. 47 Ben Bingham, J. . Aiahany and Henry juoore. the Arrangement and Reception Com mittees will be designated by purple badges. At night the guests will be for mally received . at Odd fellows Hall. Grand Master Landis will there deliver an address on the part of the State, and 11. Dudley Fravser will welcome them for the Odd rellows of Memphis. 1 he excursionists will probabJv remain in Memphis two or three days, after which they will divide up into several parties. Excursion rates to Louisville, Chattanooga and .ew Orleans have been obtained, TitlteU ore good for fifteen days if not transferred, aiui the rates for round trips are as follows: l-ouisvilje, sn 30; -New Orleans, S12 ; Chattanooga, .50. 1 he officers of the STATE GRAND LODGE of Tennessee are as follows: C. F, LANDIS, Grand Master. Jackson. J.J. C0ILE, Deputy Grand Master, Mt. Horeb. A. . DAVIS, Grand Warden, Memphis. J. H. HARWELL, Grand Secretary. Nashville. W. A. BARRY Grand Treasurer, Nashville. GEO. B. B0VLES, Grand Representative, lay tteville. JAMES II. CRICUL0W, Grand Representative, Murlreesboro. HUGH CARROLL. Grand Chaplain, Nashville. II. B. CASK. Grand Marshal, Chattanooga. W. K. JONES, Grand Conductor, Kenton. JOHN GAKROW. Grand Guardian, Meinpbia. JAS. S.MAIlAFFV.Grund Herald, Memphis. LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. Four vagrants were arrested yesterday uy me ponce. The sale of seats for Fcdura was excel lent yesterday. Nothing at Leubrie's Theater until Thursday night. tour vagrar.U were taken in by the ponce yesteruay. About 300 Odd Fellows leave Kansas City to-day for Memphis. Henry Webb was found not guilty yesteruay oi carrying concealed weapons. Seventy-five thousand dollars of city indebtedness was filed for funding yester uay. In the Criminal Court yesterday Chas. footer was sentenced to three years for larceny. Fanny Davenport's success in Fedora has so delighted Sardou, its author, that he has given her the refusal of his next play. The Curtis pianoforte recital, to have taken place to-night, has been postponed until next week. Due notice will be given oi ine aaie. In the Referee Court vesterdav argu ments were heard in the cases of Alenken Bros. i. J. G. Smith, and Kate B. Kerr tt at. . t. JI. White, executor. Licenses to marry were issued yester uay io a. i. riper ana Mattie Uarnng ton, J. M. McFarro and Jennie L. Fop piano, M. App and Bessie L. McUee. In the United States Court yesterday the lawyers were still busy before Judge Hammond arguing the motion for a new trial in the case of Brewer r. Jacobs & Booker. The ladies who are nursing the chil dren of Thomas Chambers, oi the suffer ings of whose family the Appeal gave an account a lew oays since, desire to thank the public for generous contributions. Justice Spelman held two inquests Sunday one on Sheely Davis, colored, aged eight years, who died on Winches ter street of neg'.ect, and the other on the infant of Robert Lee, which, died of spasms. Fire from a defective flue yesterday at noon damaged the residence of Wni. Heiater, 116 Court street, to the extent of $75. Two of the firemen, Dennis Don nelly and Mike Hart, were painfully cut about the hands by falling glass. Another arrest has been made at Corinth, Miss.- by detectives who have been employed by the Southern Express Company to capture the murderer of their agent, Alonzo M. Williams. This is the fifth arreet and the evidence is said to be convincing. The lectures on "How to Understand Music, given by Prof. Curtis at Moiart Hall, are very well attended, and have been of the greatest benefit to those who have had the good fortune to hear them. They are terse, well dehveredand display a wonderful familiarity with music in all of its intricacies. A false alarm of fire was turned on from the corner of Madison and Third streets at 1 o'clock this morning. The Chinese new year, a festival which lasts four days, began Sunday and is observed by Memphis laundrymen as well as others. Detectives Pryde and McCnne yester day recovered a fine gold watch which was stolen the evening before from a steamboat clerk named L. Price. The thieves, Harry Jackson and Pete Wil liams, were employed by Price to pilot him to some place now forgotten, and on the way took advantage of his condition to roo mm ot nis watch. An election of officers in MemDhia Commandery No. 4, Knights Templar, last nignt, resulted as tollows: Marcus Jones, E. C. ; John Wresley Waynesburg, G.: E. Os. Williamson, C. G.; tne Rev. George vriute, r., nugn a. umien. . w . : W Spot Smith, J. W.; S. P. Rand. T.: T. J. Bachus, R. ; D. T. Porter, trustee for three years, and B. K. Pullen, trustee for two years. The attention of the city authorities is called to a vacant lot on South atreet,be tween Hernando and Desoto.that isnnfene- $d and has three open cisterns on it, one of mem mil oi water tne other two had lull. People pass there at all hours, and it is a wonder that some one has not been drowned. In case of a child walking in at any time, or a crown person at mirtit. res- - r.i L uuo nuutu ue almost, impossible. lesterdav was divorce dav in the Chancery Court and a sickening mass of domestic misery was exhibited. There was a dismal monotony in all the test mony heard, the burden beine abandon men! and ill-treatment of a brutal kind. The following persons whom "God hath joined together were torn asunder Henry Gilmore . Anna Gilmore. Wm Jerry r. Kmma Jerry, Nancy Zackary n. jsraei .senary, fcol McfLmnev v. Mc. Kinney. A ten-cent edition of Sarah Barnum, an alleged biography of Sara Bernhardt, has been placed on sale at the book stores and news stands, and the dealers report a very lively sale. All kinds of people buy it. At a book store, a day or two since, a gentleman wno stood at the counter, upon wnicn lay a pile oi tne pamphlets, re marked that of all the books he had ever read it was the most obscene literallv choked with tilth. A quiet sort of chap with spectacles on, who overheard the re mark, at once stepped np and said, "Give me one of those books, please." Charles J. Williamson, an intelligent young colored man, who is employed by the Postoffice Department as a letter-carrier, has developed considerable talent as a carver. His last effort is an exact like ness of a well-known Memphis physician, now dead, created out of no better mate rials than an Irish potato, a lock of cotton and a couple of No. 4 shot. The features are accurately reproduced, the cotton does duty lor tne snowy hair and whiskers and the shot for eyes. The likeness is vivid and perfect, and would be recognized in stantly by any friend of the deceased doctor. The Rev. Mr. Jones, of Georgia, has consented to stay another week. The committee having the matter in hand have lent able assistance to the revivalist. Yesterdav dodgers were distributed, hiv ing the word "Eternity" at the top, with the following verses: T here wil't thou spend Eternity? Nay, don't tear up this bill ! The question means but jtood to thoo, And will be answered still ; To shun the light, or shut the sight, Thy cup of wrath will fili., Eternity! ! where wil't rXJu spend? Don't say 1 cannot tell; The life thou leadest now will end In Hraven or else in UeUl 0, friend, bethink thee well. At Concordia. Miss., on the lat trin of the Kate Adams, William Johnson killed another roustabout named Ioais Drone. Drone was asleen under the boilers and when Johnson tried to creep under, too, Daone endeavored to prevent him. Both men crawled out to the main deck, arose, and Johnson grasped a stick of wood, struck a powerful blow with it across the back of Drone's head, and the latter fell to the deck a dead man. The boat made the landing at Concordia and the murderer escaped to the shore. The boat passed on down the river, and the body was interred at Terrene, Capt. Cheek leaving several men to give testimony at the inquest. It has since been ascer tained that Mr. William Wilson captured the murderer at Dyer's Landing, and he was conveyed to Kosedale. the countv feat oi ooiivar county, Miss., to await trial. In the Police Court vesterdav J.ick Moore, assault and battery, was fined $: James Conroy, Chapman. S. J. Brown and Tim Conway, drunk and disorderly, fined m eacn, anu suosenuenuy ironrov s as sessment was increased to S50: Charles Pope and John Ravennv. liehtintr. $4 each ; Edward Lake, drunk, was fined S2, diu witnarawn, and tne case continued V lley Blair, up for vagrancy, continued ; Luke Lamb, colored, the cart-driver who colhded with and damaged street-car was fined $10 for careless drivine: Ben Webb, S5 for striking a white lad with a brick ; Wm. Corwin and Flee Springfield were fined $j each for assault and battery. The following cases were continued, ueorge Uirch, lugitive from justice; John Mer-rle and Anthony Kraut, assault and battery, with intent to kill. The following plain drunks were lined ?3each: B. B. Wheeler, Andrew Nebr. J. C. Davis. Ed -Meyer, u. A. w uuams and Wm. McUartv, AMUSEMENTS. Feilora." The Cincinnati Xavt Journal, of the 26th instant, says: "Our people seem to have awakened finally to the fact that Fedora, as presented by Miss Davenport and her excellent company, is one of the best act ing pi.iys brought out tor years. ith his infinite knowledge of the staee. Sardou has written nothing so strong in concep tion and admirably finished and well jointed in its details. Every act is a study commencing en a light and unexcited plane and gradually leading up to a tal leau of intense interest each act prepar ing the way for that which follows and ris ing in intensity and power above that which went before. The peculiar arrange ment of the scanery jn the first act is wonderfully effective in the wav it lets one feel rather than see the presence of the wounded and dying man in the room at tLe rear. In fact, the scenery, ac cessories, and costumes throughout the entire piece show ereat care and a liberality very unusual. Furni ture, rues, bric-a-brac, and pictures are scattered about jn a tasteful profusion quite unlike the barrenness of the aver age stage setting. The character of the halt-savage and wholly passionate Kussian princess, with its strong bios toward the physical basis, is better suited to Miss Davenport's abilities than anything in which she has heretofore appeared, and in Mr. Mantell she has an actor of superb jthydqiie, wide experience, a strength and personal magnetism that impress us alike in repose or outburst, and, best of all, a self-control, an innate refinement aud a high-minded devotion to his work for the very work's sake tlvat entitle him truly to the title much abused, but glorious when deserved artist. The attendance last evening was something phenomenal, every seat in the house being taken and many standing." PERSONALS. Dick Capers has returned from a trip to Nashville. Mrs. Kkemer left for New York on Sun day evening. R. II. Lacey. of the Pennsvlvania rail road, is in town. William W. Raxdall. representing the Madison Square Theater, of New York, is in the city. Miks Kate Edmondsos left for nelena. Ark., yesterdav evenine on a brief visit to her friends. Misses He-t.ex Morris and Jessie Dewell. of New Haven, are visiting the family of Mr. A. M. Boyd. J. E. Dunn, Kansas City;-John Robert son, Kansas (Jity, and ft. Jewlern, Oak land, Miss., registered at the Merchants' Exchange yesterday. George B. Faxon, the enterprising agent of the Louisville and Nashville railroad at Faxon. Tenn., is down on a business trip connected witn his road. Jons Rowzee. Pontotoc. Miss. : Willard Jordan, New York ; E. Northmann, Webb City, Ark., and Lieut Robert Dowdy, United States army, visited the Cotton Exchange yesterday. The remains of Shall Yerger passed through the city yesterday en route to Jack son, Miss. Mr. Yerger was a most excel lent young man, and died at Kosedale, Miss., a few days since. J. M. Kino, assistant train-dispatcher for the Louisville and Nashville railroad, located at Memphis, left via the Louisville and Nashville railroad this morning, for Allensville, Ky. It is rumored that he will not return alone. The Mercantile Detectire Company. This com pan v have opened an office at 227 Main street, and are pre pored to do a general detectire and collection business. We were shown letters of recommenda tion by Dr. A. M. .mith, the secretary and treasurer of this company, that report him to be a man of intesrhv. and worthy the confidence of any community. We ex tend to him and the coinpanv a warm re ception, and trust that our business men will subscribe to a membership and mak this institution one of the fixtures of this great ty. An agent will call and ex Plajfo the particulars. THE TURNPIKE Which th United State Proposes Bnild, With Some Assistance, to the Cemetery. Commissioners Smith and Reynolds Ear nestly in Faror of County Aid Latest Developments. Learning that some action had already been taken in the matter of building a turnpike to the National Cemetery, an Appeal reporter hunted np all the facts in the case yesterday, and finds that consid erable progress had been made since the resolution of the County Court ceding the ngni oi way to tne united states govern ment. The reporter was shown a letter from the Hon. Casey Young, stating that ne was vigorously PUSHING THE MATTER and that it had already been taken in hand by the engineer, to whom it was referred lor estimates by the Secretary of War. The closest estimates for good work, ac cording to fizures made in the War De partment, show that the cost will be about 5100,000. The Secretary of War has already reported in favor of appropriatine sjo,uouior me enterprise, Dot it appears mat it will be necessary tor the countv. city, or private individuals, to raise $10,000 r. ... : i v. i i . i . w AoeiBi, ia tuts wurs, 1 1 is proposea IU appropriate l,500 as soon as $10,000 is RAISED IN 8I1ELRY COCKTT, and the remainder will be paid in one and two years. The Appeal reporter called at the office of Chairman C. E. Smith, of the County Court, to ascertain his views in re gard to the matter, but learned that he was at home sick. It was particularly de sired io obtain Mr. smitn s opinion, as he is ex-officto chairman of the BOARD OP TVRNPIKK COMMISSIONERS, which has iust been organized and n hich will handle about $12,000 road tax this year, i ne board, it is presumed, has the authority to expend the tax on any road leading in any direction tney may see irom undoubted authority, however. it was learned that Mr. Smith has fre quently expressed himself, and in the most vigorous and unequivocal manner declared himself in favor of the proposed road and of the policy of appropriating ine nrst iu,uoo realized by tne Turnpike Commissioners to the furtherance of the plan. Commissioner Reynolds IIA8 BEEN EQUALLY WARM in support of the measure. Those who have studied the question in all its bear ings urge many reasons for the appropria tion, npon which it seems the building of the road depends. The first is that $10, 000 applied in that direction will amount to as much as $85,000 spent in anv other. because bv spending $10,000 a srift ot $75.- ooo can be secured Irom the L nited States. the government will RELIEVE TUX COUNTY at once of all further annoyance and ex pense in tne matter, and will keep it in the same excellent condition that it does all the rest of its public institutions. This is more to be expected, as the pike will be an appendage, one might say, - to the Na tional Cemetery, than which there is no more beautiful or better kept place in the State. It is also urged that the county. which owns eighty acres of ground at the poorhouse directly UPON THE ROAD, will be considerably Dcnemed by an increase in value. It is said that a number oi gentlemen are waiting lor the consum mation of the plan, and that they will at once invest in land. Among others men tioned is the president of one of the lead- mr cotton-seed oil-nulls, who will estab lish a stock farm and fatten annually sev eral Hundred head ot stock with the refuse of the mill, which can then be easily hauled out on the pike. That the increase in the value of lands would increase the revenue of the county there seems to be no doubt. IIOTEE ARRIVALS. Pea bod r Hotel. C. B. GALLOWAY A CO Proprtxtors. luites 50 nd S3 per day, according to size and location of room. S Cam n. Ark T T Ashford, Ark 11 11 Parker, So Ex Co C C Butler, Miss R II Allen, Miss J II Schaler, St Louis A Beeker, Ark J Bull, Md J M Porter, Tenn D J Emery, Ohio A M Ulman, Tenn H F Whitman, X Y E D Welker, hy N F Gibson, Fla Miss F Simnson. Miss W T Coleman. Mich P D Long, Ky TS Smith, Miss J T Joyner, Tens A Irwin, Ark J Hasley, M1LRE O W Rankin, Miss R L Gramby, N V M C Uramby. Tenn J T Dean, Ark K L Jones, Ark K L Herman, Boston B Simpson, Miss C W Burgess, Mo D Miller, Ark 11 11 Getty is, Mich Miss A K Getty, Mich 1 N Hat&eld, Uhio G E Yenrer, Miss W M N'eal. Ark R E Doyle, Miss EL Anderson, Uhio J S Hei'ht, Ky D D Kllis, Miss J T Warren, N" Y A F Hughes, Ark C N Drew. N Y 1 B Ziegler, Cincinnati S llojht, Ky E WessendorfT Aw, X O J 1 Burns, city J Ruddle, Philadelphia t' t v r. .u x erger, i ia D A Scott c, Miss II J Ackerman, N Y C E Conner. X Y A II Richey, Louisville u J mack, lenn T M Paine, Miss J A Gipe, Tenn L F Pease, Ark Mo F L Schafer, St Louis R 11 Harris, Miss F B Uempstone, N Y A S Lacy, Ky A C Hepburn, Ky J R Matthews, Tenn G W llorton, wis E T Claeett. river N Frank. N Y L E Thayer, Tex 11 P Merrill, Pa E J Scanlan. Ark W F Poston, Tenn T M Whitson, Uhio H H Donohoo. St Louia F A Yearer. Pa J C Roberts, St Louis A 11 Clark. Mo VI m A lodd, Louisville r 1 Kenney, .Mo tf W Curtis. Mo T C Rhoades. Mo J M Stauffer, Mo H II Matlack Ky S Bozcnian, Ark Miss Hays, Mo J iiasley, MilRH II T Hulbert. Ark W G Sykes, Miss U V Hunter, S Y W W Randall, Jf Y Miss L Tu.-ker, N C R Johnson, Miss E A l.e Seueur, Ark R K Harris, Miss E Duntzer, S Y W H Fink, N Y E W Rector, Ark L Freeman, Pa C B Me A tee iw. Tenn F S Wickwin, Mo Wm Stainback, city Wm A Uartwell, Tenn R H Lacey, Tenn B F Thomas, Miss W V Sullivan, Miss D Keller, Atlanta E Rodgers, III J F Coster, N Y WW Graves, Ark J Rauzee, Miss C E Sargent, St Louia C A Stainback, Tenn A Fisher, river J H Flyno, Ky F Hawkins, city J A Jones, city J B Reilly, St Louis P L Burgett, Ark J Soloman. Miss C G Klemin, Cincinnati 11 Greene, ?i 1 Miss F Tucker, N C L B Yanch, N Y C E Butler, Misi K Maok, Ark J Fink iw, N Y W L Babcock. Mo J A Lane, N Y A Peabody, N Y II B Beach, NY 1 David, Louisville J Wadick, N O Wm Ridgway, jr, Va A Locb. Ky J R Clarke, Mo J L Duulap, Miss Wm A Staune. Miss E G Coffuian, Tenn C II Horton, R 1 J A Bailey, N 0 J P Exall, St Loni, S K Shelton, Tenn S M Ward, Miss Una ton's UoUil. European Plan. Enlarged and Refurnished. Prices according to siae and location ot rooms. W, 11. BLNUflAM Makaukk. TFIippln, Tenn II B Lindon, Miss E M Ranson, Mis I) Mania, Tex A Weber, Tenn E R Barnbart Aw, Mo R K Vick, Tenn L K Davis, Ark B E Hanjmon. Ark J C Dale is, Ala W II Dale, Ala CT Hudson, Tenn E L Henderson, city E Anderson, Tenn B E Ijammeq, Mo W Dickenson, Ark D B Graham, city O B Ferguson, Miss P O Burgctt, Ark J M Hawkins, Mjss A Marks, Miss J D Davidson, Miss S B t'hism. Miss L Wilson, Ark W H Albright, Ky B Hamphill, Tenn L T Jones Aw, Ark J M Given, jr, -Mi's A Dodson, Tenn W W Mayfield, Mis JO King, Mis W McClenden, Ark J S Harris, Ky H B LeRoy, Miss W McDonald, Ark J llencamp. Miss P Arnold, eily S Q Miller, Ks D Maxwell Ad, Ark A D Faust, S C B E Hammond, Mo II B Land, city F Cummin Aw, Mo F W Ashwood, Mo W B Thorm, Mo R V Award. Mo S G Miller, K II Mask, Mis, G G Maners, Ark Fred 0 White, la E B Smith, Ark J 11 Mitchell, Tenn R E Jackson, Ark M B Pittman, Ark A II Moody, Ala T L Fossick, Ala R M Mason, Tenn J J Bailey, city G W Pryor, Misa F S White, MiCSH W Adair Aw, Ark A F, I'inney, Ohio W B Doimy, Ind F J Byrne, Tenn L G Williams, Ark !lrs H Boyle. Mis I McPeaa, Mis ' E Aikin, Miss O Faber, Ark J B Sullivan, Ky J C Austin, Mis, J P Fly, Tenn R H Seal, Ala J W Owen, Tenn J Ash, Miss E A Lindsley, Mis T Bruner. Ala M Halden, Tenn J F Pago, city J Webb, Ark J Wood, Ark W II Irby, Tenn J N Wheatley, eity J D Kimbarn, Ark J C Barkbolder, Ky J E Blackburn, Miss T S Ayers, Ark W W Wigg, Pa Miss D Marsh, Mo M F Scary Aw, Mo N Baughn, Mo A L Humphrey, Ks MrsHolpin k2 ch. Mo Mrs Suddotb, Mis U K Brown. Ark SR Ayerhart, Ks KWilson.SC Mr, Logan, Mis Kevr ClreBdo Hotel, FsilsrycrHl. L. D. UUNT...Makaoxr. C. WINSTON...Clsex. avatks Si ana fz ou per day. C A Kendall. Miss II Kilhurn. Tenn W II Manning, Tenn J H Robinson, Ohio DC Stover, Ala J S Worthnian, Mas N W Kittson, Mo C W Fost. La O E Lewis. Ohio II C Bockoven, La S S Trifolett, Ark A F Roberts, 111 C B Roberts Aw, Mis C L Burget, Mis L T Head Aw. Ark R R Grant, Ky A T McGhtw, Miss H C Dunning, Ohio . J Roberts, Mo W P Turbiville, Mis W D Sharp Aw, Mia J C Thompson, Tenn W W Mayfield, Mis C Kelson, Wis J Oldendorph, Tenn H Wood. Miss G T Bruen, Ark A L Fish, Tenn R C Andrews, Kb W E Rounds, X Y J G Bill, Tenu J E Dart. Tenn T A Marleery, Ark A M Handrick, Ga J Wobie, N Y E M Stitts. Tenn J W Cane. Mo C J Healy. Fla D M Dancy, city A B Jordan, La B A Bagg. Ark W O Flynn Aw. eitr K Mr A J Foster As, Miss .N B n ithain. Ark S M Jones, Ark Ben F Walker, Ind. Miss B A King, Miss S E Dunn, Mo E Y W Johnston, Mo E M Walker, Mis B Y Gravely, Mo A J Donelson, city G W Kaightly, Ky J Messitt, Col J Fitigerald, Md D Lown, Dak N A Hume, Tenn C Wells. Ohio C T Moller. Ind P Dinlaltan, Mis D Van Esva, Ark R E Husley, Mu 11 Howe, Tens C J Healy. Mich T 8 Kerr. Mis. ADDITIONAL RIYER NEWS. Whkklino. January 28. Night River 11 fet 3 inche, and riing. Watber elondy and old. Ciscikkati, January 26. Night River IS rta incbee, and rising, weatber eloodyana warnar. The Golden Crows is anneunead to de part lor w Orleans to-morrow. LoorsviLi K, January 28. Night RiTer fallin. with ? feet 6 inch in the canal and 5 jet2 inches in the ehut oa th fails. So basi ns. Yi eather eluidy, warm and damp.. ar- nval sr aiartuj. A TRIUMPH OF SKILL EXTRACTS Prepared from Select Fruits that yield the finest Flavors. Have been used for years. He come The Standard Flavoring Extracts. A'one of Greater Strength. 3'otte of such Ferfecs Furity. Always certain to im part to Cakes, Puddings, Sauces the natural Flavor of the Fruit. af AjrUFACTURETj BY STEELE Ss PRICE, Chicago, III., and St. Louis, Mo., Baiei. ff LvU. Yut Ormm. Dr. Prfe. rnsn lith,. rsrts, ul Dr. rrto.1. L.i.u. i'.rf .mm. WE MAKE MO SECOND CRAOK COOOC, REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF OAS. MrSSSTI. TSW . J.nna-v 1 1SQI ONT and after this data, all iras consumed by natrons ofthis eomitanvwilt h &i.l .t II,... (83) Dollars per Thousand Cubic Feet, n itb a dis count of Fifty Cent per Thousand Fret in all cases where the bills are paid within the iirt five day, of each month, ranking Two Bii!::!r and Fifty Cent, Set. MEMPHIS GAS L'T ro. By K. ENSLEY, Pre.-inont. ' Craio. Secretary. MANHOOD peedily rMtoml by(h uk of Vttnlinm -rfr WtsfiMf, which flVctually cmx .onon 0dtt tty. LMt Virility, .Premature Urraj, u4 .Ut troaMti anting from OTpr-work und iccm. Item pi of VlllIo auniied free, eaap4.br Or ak,o aUr. WhllllM. 174 Rv t..Cioctprtt O CHELSEA TANNERY o. Birt'iiH Ai.Tr.K a soar, TANNERS AND CURRIEJIS. Hti.l. eftnH nali for lliil.i. COISTDITION" OJT UNION m Pi A ni.y OF MEMPIII.S, TEXXESSEE, Oloo of Buaineata, Deoombor 31, 1883. RESOURCES. Loans and 'Discounts.. Bankinghouse, Office ...$1,573,2(12 05 Fixtures and otner Keal rotate Overdrafts Sight Exchange .. $lftt,4tt 2S Cash on Hand . .. ZM,24U J2 1S.424 4.1 2.52J 81 418,61 60 $2,U12,S4 97 A. C. TREAD WELL, Prcs't. W. A. WILLIAMSON, V.-Prcs't. 1 S. P. READ. Cashier A. Vaccaro. Napoleon Hill. T. .1. Frank. A. N. Mc-Kny BEAM & Vholesale & Retail Paints & Painters' Supplies, Window Shades, Window !VO. 31 MAI STREET. : : AXD- GENERAL INSURANCE CO. DOES A CiKXF.BAL FIKC A QUARTER OF A MILLION IIIBECTOKN. NAPOLEON TITLL. H. FURSTENHEfM, JAMES REILLY, Jt'UX E. M. APPERSON, Pres. W. N. WILKERSOX, Y.-Prcs. l'.ENKY S. LYNN, Cashier OFFICK 19 MAmSQV I. T. PORTER. Successors to rORTER, TAILOR & CO., Cott OR AXI- WIIOI.ESAI.E wo. noa raouT street. DILLAED COTTON Anil General Commission Merchants, Won., "Mia A1VT 04 FRONT Mill iH .1 m i WEOIaESAIsE Grocers, Cotton Factors AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, IVo. S30 Front street. LIBERAL ADVAM'ES HADE ON I'OSSIUMIKSTS. J. W. JilWES. foil on SiiloKinaii. I HILL, FONTAINE a Cotton Factors and HILL, FONTAINE & 00. Factors, Commission Merchants, Cotton iHi Noiith Wiiin Ht.. Hi. T.oiiix. COTTON-SEED! On and after January 5th, we PER TON for Sound Cotton-Seed, R. W. NIC0LS0N, A. If BOTH. A. M. BOYB & SONS COTTON 264 Front St., cor. Court Memphis Tenn. MrsTsHMsaHasWa M. H.C001TER, & Co M.TJFACTrilEK8 OF Doors, Sasli.Blinds and Moldings ALL KINDS OF 030R Brackets, Scroll-Work, Rough and (61 to 179 Washington FftpUr Strtwt Can Cmtj you to Um Markethow, 0nBur frum Um MiU. I m Funeral Directors, 330 MAtST STREET, MEMPHIS. BTRTAL ROBES and Coffin Hardware. byTelegraph promutlr filled, and Ca Order, Case, ship- HENNINGS IICPROVED SOFT ELASTIC SECTION i&e form neater, and alv. better ,f?"f,u'nnw ? other S .IWL .1.,1 aaufacturcrs, Zi. fur sale by IH7XTKK BROS. Trustee's Sale. BY virtue of th authority in me Tested by s if"'""1 .de,i-0f trust, which is of record in , V " B e oi enemy county, ienn book No. lit, on !ni uri and 3M.1, of the ; real vbuio rurorus oi saiu eounly, l will, on aatanlay, February St. 14. at the residonee of J. M. Moore, about four mile, jouth of liermtntosn, Tenn., sell to the hinhest bidder lor cash, the follow in- described personal and real estate conveyed to uie by the above-mentioned deed of trust, to-wit; Ono No. 4 Ames Kneine, One sixty-saw I'ratt liiu. Irons for one Cotton l'res. Also, the following land, situated in the Elev enth Civil District: Beninninir at the northeast evrner of a 2ll-acrc traet crranted to John Wilson by the State, graut recorded in ltook Vi, pane Sftl trance west along the north line of said au-aere traet to the point whrre the loo-acre trart belong-Ur- to Lavy J. Moore as reran tly decreed by the Lruueer; Court eoruers with the tract of land kaowo as tne James Kiinbrough tract; thenc south and parallel with the east line of said 2iO- KTn irsri, auoui iuu poies, to n point in the south ern boundary line of said 2u(l-acre tract; thence call along the lin of said iUl-acre tract to the fontheast eorner of said 2"U-a.'ro tract; thence uonu iong ma east uue oi saia zuu-arr tract to the point of tesinning, containing City acres by estimation, tor full and accurate description of paid property reference is made to the record ef said deed of trust. Equity of redemption waived. The title to the above property is believed too good, but 1 sell and convey as trustee only. Mem phis, January 10, J"4. JAMES E. HARRIS, Trust.. tmlom i' w rttson. At torncv. Aim B .mi 1 1 LIABILITIES. Capital paid up . f, 6(10,000 00 Net Earnings Last Six iMonths 42,167 64 Previous Undivided Profits 107,819 Ot Dividends Unpaid. 2,155 00 Hills Kediscouuted SriS.lld W Deposits l,u-Jj,o76 27 ti ,042,834 97 Gils Mill) i CORSET em AN DII1EOTOI1S. Joseph llruce, W. II. i;albreath. n. B. Howell. K. Ensley. nowden. ncninmin IVif.h. r. .1. I.nthnin. I. N. ! OARROIjL Glass, Lookinq Glasses, Etc.; s MEMPHIS. TKW1SSRF. AXD MAItlVE Bl'KI.VflMt. DOLLARS FULL-PAID CAPITAL- WM. I. COLE. JOS. W. CALDWELL. LCAGLE. 8. MAPKF1ELO. STHKFT. WEWPIIIft, W. MACRAE. I ore & OOFFIM FACTORS ST.. itTEJIPBIIN. TENN. : Meiiiilii.s. Tennessee. W. W. J41II.S. Cirooer, Kalenmsn Wholesale Grocers Fact IV CIS i&Sf Sf Front St., Meinplii, Tenn. will pay THIRTEEN DOLLARS delivered at Memphis. Secretary M. C. S. and 0. Ex. IKBY BOTH FACTORS, AND WINDOW FRAMES, Dressed Lumber, Shingles, Lath, t, St., Memphis, Tenn. M Plantation Hardware ACT) AGRICULTURAL IHPLE1JEMTS. The Larrest Stock of Uames, True, Bllnd-Brldle Uore and oVV, . ar' Uak.Ilandm Hon and Plow-Line In Market. SOLE AGENTS FOR B. F. AVERY & SON'S PLOWS. Sole Agent for the Iowa Beat Steel-GalranUed .Pointed CloMO-Sct BARB WIRE. Nog. 310 and 312 Front e,s Cured HVIxiy' IT MAY CURE YOU. surras SI! TRAPS MARK. FOR MALARIA, TORPID Eat and drink what yon please, for it will not po arsenic, strychnine or m.rmi-r. Sold h. botU eoaUins forty half-taas.ww.wi'ni ., - . - P,! W. IV. Mir.ItEKSOX ,V CO.. TT! McfiOWAX HAVING THIS DAY PI T0;PanaK.LMrlJnwKT,I bilitie. and to whom all debts do. ih. Ut. Brm ManrHta, Tasa., January tS, jso. b. Toor. TOOFJ'GOWAN&CO OltOCCItN, COTTON FAtlTOUS, AND DEALERS IS LEVEE AXD RAILROAD CONTRACTORS' SI PI'LIES, W. O. PATTKRSOy. Cotton Salosmnn. T4 FKOW ST., MEM I'll IS. Insurance Office 16 Madison Street, Memphis, Tenn. a-Isaore all Classes of Mercbsndlae., Wlorr-honarm, ( tiarrhrs sad D.rlllnp., Wy.Df. FARRINflTON, Prr-s't. H. T.I.E.M.XOX, Y..pr'. W. I.. PARKER. Spcw W. B. Galbreath. W.B.Galbreath& Go. COTTON FACTORS, 11 Union Street. Memnhis. Tenn. ANDREW STEWART, New Orleans. ANDREW D. GWYNNE, Memphis STEWART, GWYNNE & CO., Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors N0.370 FItOXT (STREET, MOPIIIti, TENS, AND STEWART BROTHERS & COMPANY COTTON FACTORS AXD COMMISSION MERCHANTS, SRW OHI.K4NS. I.OI'IKf 4X 4. T. J. GRAHAM HAS XIEMOVED TO No. 308 Front Street, Hunt's RJo-w 33itlclliiR, LIME, CEMENT, FIRM KRICK, SEWER PIPE, FLVE PIPE . Clilmney Tops. E. WITZMAMM & CO Wholesale IjoiiIith and Pnb11ilieri, 8oI Aguut for the followinc Firt-CIvi Instrument! : Steinway a-nd. JESLxxslJog 1 & T0.J.. -KKAXK'U k RAtal, UAKM R. '. B. PA A , AND JL AiaalViH WlllitLOI'K. .St . A.l Mllll AM, KU AN. r y 3Joxstr 7Ootavo Planes for eiOO.is Write for Catalojrtip. 82 mill 22." KT. ! NT.. M I-.! I'll IN. !. L COCHRAN k CO. ; ' ; , . "2 r$?tii 3 mass s SAW AND PE,A1IK4A.III.L, KAVT-YARD. DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, KOLDING,LUHBER Lath and Shingle, Flooring, Ceiling and Cedar Tosts. MEMPHIS, - TEN !N ENNE1I Memphis & Para Rubber Go. IMPORTERS & MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS OF RUBBER GOODS! GOSSAMER AM) HEAVY CLOTIIIXG, RUBBER BOOTS AND SHOES, Machine Belting, Packing, Hose, Druggist!' and Stallonerti' NundrloH, and all (her Hard and Soft Itnbbcr GokmIm, Xo. 2.f2 KfHiii Sliwl. I J. K. ClOUWL. J. R. GODWIN & CO. 3otton IFeLOtoirs And Commission Merchants, aafl grout Ht.. Cor. TJiiIou. McmphlM, Tenu. Falmer.TJiorBtoii & Co. CottonFactors, Wholesale Grocers SO. SO FKOAT 8TBEET, Street Memphis. Tenn. ilSiS 'V RlCISTEREO I.IYER AMI ltllinikvrue salivate yon. tt Is purely vegetable isfTn.i.i.. Ii..,.wi. ..l aii iif.T: . na ntaln Price, 7'hj. - ?i every wnaro. b tVliole,lf Agrntia. Meniplifsu Tenn. RCI1 ASKD TIIK INTKRFST OV npv r nvv iZ :...i.r. Ai Lv"".l!," "'"" RKN I. lll'SIlY U. L. MctloWAN. JJiO. 8. TOOF. K. E MrGOWAN. ompany J. M. Eoalkeia. 0. . x iMler Odd.Fellowi) Hull. .la. I. MVLLIXAI. ii. I. j',, I . JL sAXS- 5 ninff KmmtoTM&iSM&&.Z' JJSS5i-,-'