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THE MEMPHIS JDjTLTT APPE A.L-- S ATUBDA IT, NOYEMBEE Q2. 1884.
ANNUAL MEETING THE WEATHER. ISD1CATIONS. or tbe Central South reng-resattoaal For Teneuee and the Ohio VaUey,fair Ataorlatlon Prererdlan of waiherin east portion, local rain and partly cloudy weather in west portion, tligfit rue tn Tbe Oajr and Hlcfet Scaalonav-ImportaBt temperature in Tenneuee and upper Ohio Baalaraa Traaaaetcd. Valley, and ttationary temperature tn lower c T POLOSSAL CARPET SALE j : at hrr to W IT "P TO GKAETD E2P0SI-TI0ET OF NEW ' FALL AND WINTER NOVELTIES! CONSISTING OF Ohio Valley ; ioutherly vrindt. - The annual meeting of the Central THE EYE OF VICTORY! South Association was held in the Second toorolosriessl Kepert. MmrHis, Tgiric., November 21, Congregational church in this city, be ginning Thursday night. 18S4. Time. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. :08 a.m.. 30.240 87.S S.E. Clear. 10:0s a.m.. S0.i4 S0.6 S.K. Clear. 2:08 p.m.- 30.177 M.5 S.E. Cloudy. ' 8.08 p.m.. :.1 M.6 S.K. Clear. 10:08 p.m.. 30.122 49.3 S.K. Clear. Mewn. 3U.1S0 48.5 lne ioiiowing ministers were in attend ance; Ur. j. Lu Koy, neid secretary, ana For many years we have been kept out of our C. W. Shelton, Western secretary of the ghtful share of the Dry Groda Tradoin this American Missionary Association; the Rev. J. E. Smith, Chattanooga; the Rev. town. P. Smith, Knoxville ; the Rev. Y. 15. Our trade for the past two months points oat Muvimum temnerature. 9.0. Sims, Little Rock, Ark. ; the Rev. J. M. Minimum temperature. 36.5. the way to assured success. ShinDen. Florence; the Kev. J. u. fields. The victory is within our grasp, and we propose evangelist, and Prof. H. S. Bennett, Nashville. to hold on. bvcry Housekeeper will fi I AIN DEPARTMENTS this week. Our immense stock is not equaled on this . l . "11 X l- -i 1. mle of New York. Some Svho are accustomed to pay iro also ujspiaynig 11115U FrrtUonTclvcts and Coquettes. Ot'.O Rolls Velvet Carpeta, six choice designs, h :, Tl-AU Tapestry Brussels, two new patterns, 0 Rolls all-wool IiiKTains, good, bright style, r 7 Kolla Three-ply Carpets at 00c. s.TfO Uolls Two-ply Ingrains, handsome bright JCO t'a if Tattcrns English Corticine, Linoleutn Very low prices. The crowning feature of 1 BO BEMNAWTS Df BBUSSELS,ICBA1S&TAPESTE1E at about half the regular price. Many of these remnants WHILE IN THE STOltE rat terns in Silk and Dress Goods Department. i. i 1 1 J!j' Tailors and Importers, 38 Madison, a i Uvlir mm 1mpcI.u of their rivaled atix - ' utr I'all msd Winter, coraprlalnar all the : VthwiM nuMabla h lbM af aur Flr-il-rlauws rtnilmi applta(loa to IboM who baft lfl mM(Mi. -Remember, It ts economr to set the beat. Educative! Instructive! Entertaining I T la crvn.llv FAitlUtlA .nil hUtArinnllv r After a century's reign, the ojroue l dethroned ''DAN KICK. "Th. inorti of ancient Koine's arena escelle.l." BKICk 1'OMEliOY. OLTJIMO PARK. MEMPHIS, THRKI AF I EttNOOKN OXf.Y, AT a. SPr-adJa-ir. Baturciay Suuany. Nov. i2fc-s""-- Villi ORItH TOJ, wllklha Orlg-lnill, 'nsMsaeinlir l Klumfc I CENTLKY ti ISOYKLTYI TOO Am .aQl'Jf- - i v 4 ... r " W. V. I'OOY-Bill TAI.O aill.l the Mohint or the I'ralrie s a maa witn a nutnry, areo t r l nl a name, won br merit, sustained with hocor and borne without reproao." iSAKLDU.N- liAVsvN, in Um.lnn Telegrapa. , , 'the cnl.nralea tu all oeouir, ituia.F enn iutin riKH'r, uwi, ...... " . 1. k UfkliLI f k ..a 1V: UL Capt. liOuAKHIj, t nutnpion wing nnoi. . L.li.n. Vl..i.n ll.v.la nt ttllfT Our t'rcuilcnt ana u.oincui, our ueuoruis, our rrnio," 'Washingt.in Reouiiiicaa. A "VIO XT 3EJ T IM Jo see scents that hare eost tbonsands their livaa to Tiew. !) nn at 1 p m. Wo Nbew-Hata tr Nhta. idmhiioa, BO. hKdrea, 85e. Kxnutaions on all Hitllroads. tVEiH AL TK M k.3 on L. and N. II ail road i to Gate from lepot. StTMt 0r and Busses from l'eabor aud Uaston Hotels. Ornntl Btrnnt Parftcltj RELIABLE GOODS-REASONABLE PRICES Adler Bro. TS AND SHOES, Ol xflaln Ktreet, .Oritra from Ids rsnnlry will recslr. tMlnluw mm aaH Irirr-l.lmvt seal t& H. B. HOLLENBERG, roat Southvestern Music House Xo. S2! Mniu Street. RErRESEJiTS - , - . , . Tht famous HEXBT T. MILI.FR PI ISO. the acknowledge! favorite of the great Pianists TeoiJ and eelebi-atod MAl.l.Krx lA lt PI taw. areat namsu. Tbe 'iOI.I.KK I1VKM PI a ao, the mo't popular Piano in h South i-Tl, twiUKUana in tha world the K I H BALL. HI HlkLT TR .nl !,. srrnuto 1 bit l4rcest and Mont Complete Stark of wH"t.rs.M,H ANn RETAIL. raSTBFMEN HEWJOODS. . K'w Zawlaiaua SIoItusMeit, Colilou Syrnp, I'titiu and Self-Risiinc Buck. t bent. r. BUCK HAM &. CO. la porter, Wholesale and Retail Dealer ia GUNS, RIFXXS. PldCOLS, All kinds of Aoamiinitten. Fine pocket OuUry, aHs'iniNirii, Fistntnr Tackle, beines, NeU. efr. 8e- ially ectftpi fine IJatnmerlepui and liammer U9n; 4T4 MwUhI,, Mriupta.KTnA. y.an staotartrr and riairinir dnoe io first-. aw uaa- ESlili SHEA & McCAKTUT, Propr'a, 140, 142, 144 Front st, Memphis OKF. OF THE LARGEST BOILER 6H0P8 IH the South, aad the only eoinpl.ta Boiler and Sli-i-tre H orks ia th. eity. Uaarartntrs t amvy Iai traa.asarsi mt -t e rftta. bpesial atcaotion gives U:laata- A. . VIENNA & CO. IMPORTERS A-SD DEALERS IH - tin3LS, K I lies, Ammunition AAD FISUIAQ TICKLE. 17 Mttia Sirci, Ffemphlz. "t and ttt trmrtnttst in tbe city. .yviiy', ml it profitable to visit prices are given ueiow . .-mm war prices lor tlieir far uit sijius n at $1 20. 150 pairs Turcoman Portiers, 17 50; worth $12 a pair. 1000 pairs three-yard Iace Curtains, at 95c a pair. - -- - ... 350 odd pairs of Cnrtains at half price. 500 Black Walnut Pole., with ten rings and ends, lor 1. l!0O0 vards Curtain Lace Ilemnante, very low. at 65c. , . . at 571c. 175 Genuine Turkish colors, at 40c. each. Drnirireta. Smvrna Runs and Oil-CJoth, at traordinary low prices. 25 New Designs in Silk and Damasse Curtains. this grand and unprecedented sale is the clearing ou don't fail to attend our great 1 k of Imported Olotha Ulnl leal-aa la Buiifnwi'i wear. Tailor. ! thoUalte! Hiateav. nilnlseent ' -Jv. W.T.SHERMAN. A CANVAS I i. . In Aweri.in his'erw. UOO frlicipants, - .lrt. H kt . NtMM. l'O I'lttllAS. inuuu inn nr i rwi i- cwuhw phi TXXXIX.B ZXOT7TIBI FHIDAV MOH.IM X3NTO. - & Co lemplils, Tenu. anr areainl alts ntlen. Aar lltnalratrd la any nidrrww. a aapliralioa. Sheet Maslc, Mnslcal Instrninenta, Et. SOLD ON THE TN'STAI.T.VK!tT TLAN. DIIS. A. WESSON & SOX, DENTISTS, No. 243 Main Street. JT. O. SCHMIDT & SON, (Saeoeasor to J. a. Schmidt). rllra "TUKFT-WhnleMle and retail ' m d.ilr in (ian, tnitimtltioa, lt aaT Tachlm Electric Bella ad Annunciaters Uir Hotels and R.siaenrea. Burglar and Fire Troof Sates opned and repaired. Ki.ctrie sup plies always on hand. Repairing don. and war rnt. Knrl in, rntntorni. anH nrt(..tist LOST. (OKTTKR DOO " 8pn-t," old, 0 yellow spots. R.tura to E. i nion street, and He rewarded with cream and I . ADAMS, 2sn) HORSE A bay horse, 14S hands high; marks en left shoulder and email cut at top of theleltkind hoof, and a very long tail, i will pay a reward of f 15 for his return to NO. l: MONROK ST. PERSONAL. W. M. FUOITA Offic. anrtKjk.at mm, Jefferson and Main i mu, General Office and lVmieliarT Practice. Oltice Sours, 10 a. I .m., and from 2 to S p.m. to 1 MRS. PniLLlPS has removed irom 5S Madi son sttwet to Second street. '( CISTERNS BtILT-Repaired and w.rrant.d; t rates lew. Tulnn ssx. T. ri'BHINS ROOltH AMI BO AH l. "VlfKLY Furnished Front Rooms. Is and 2d flours; boarders wanted, at 4-vS Shelby st . TjlBST-CLASS DAY-BOARD F.r single gen-J-; tie men, at 87 Court urect. w) FIKT ROOSISOne furnished, ene anfur- nih.d, with boarJ. at ratoeblc rates: day boardcrs solicited, at tin Madiroa, SW cor. Third. TWO sinirl. rwmi, with board ily. Ad.lr.1 In p ivat. fam- n, tBis ofnee ( 1 001 ROOMS With or without board, at the Arjnlonlloil(indJUAdKwtrot'i, DESIRABLE Rooms and Board At W Madison street. ROOM AND BO ARD One lerre and on. small room, with board, at M Seound tret. 4 f AND IS Market street Board. 4 U; single f-L rooms. t5 p.r week j transients, II per day. ROOMS-With or without board- Ato3J,oplar street tDOOMS AND BOARD-By week or month, at IV 24SJecond strwt. Also, day board. ROOM DMirable furni.h.d room, with board; two rentlem.n preferred, st iii Court st. 0 FloNT'RfioMS AtidlbbalbF street- Also, few btiarders takea. I0M-A larii. pleasant front room, with 1 board, at moderata prioe. Also a fw day .ardors. 1-2 COURT 8T. , r0jM r.iet-atit furuishod front mi with t orwi'boai hord. Lare.yard. lltiCnurtst. "J( . -'l'i,r 'ijtluxni--itfd rfwims .ii; h J .Vstf '.o.i IH--UJ 4, , . Jit (.uLlif fc'f, M our CARPET and CUR- mux wni usumisu muse I ' - AT 1 1IT pets iiu uirtams. ue ...,.,v,a lings (special importation), at $15 to $100 and Mats in endless varieties and ex arc large enough to cover sale of Combination Dress STRAYED OR STOLES. IdW-Ri end shite InanrW white) COW V marked, erop in one ear, under-bit in tbe other; short tail; bored in horns. Liberal re wind if returned to A. M. Wood. 246 Roes atenue. 1 TNDIAN VfVNTKS Krmn Cnllin'a naatnre A- Itlc ild Kaletirh road. Monday niffht, Sept. 29th four Indi&n fioniea two bava. and the others can' not describe, but would know them upon sight, lor which I offor 110 reward for their return to 8ohill-'-'il"'rrt. II. H. t'l.AKKK. 8TK4iri:n. 1 TORSE A dark bar, lef: on Thursday night, II Mot. 2IUh: baa white foot behind and white one in Iront: scar on left lore log, Liberal re- ward tor return to Sj Maaisnn. v L. Speiman HORSE A large chestnut sorrel horse, about sixteen hands high, loft hin t foot white, with white spot and dent in fonhend: hole in right front honf. Will pay ten dollars reward for his return to ill North Alabama street. FRhD DAVIS. CIOVV Sandy-red, white spots, swallow-fork in left ear, under-cut in right ear ; three years old. Ktrn..(l KnntAmhur 8th. reward. S7 13 ASS AVENFU. FOK KENT. rvEC 1 Nice Cottage, 6 rooms, larie yayd. 240 -f Poplar street nit ljAintsun. ROOMS Handsomtlr furnlthed front rooms at 7- Court street. HOUSE A rood 6-room house, garret, nico yard, wooabouse and ciutorn, Chelsea street, hoad of Fifth- Also, 2 room Cottage in same yard. Apply to MRS. SCHRfclUR, 48 Front street. URN 911 ED R00M- At 8i MulheTry street. OFF1CF.S Twolarge commodious offices, front rooms, at 3s Madison straut. J. L HQt'IiLOB, Attorney.. ROOMS For gentlemen, in private family, At 67 Union sirset. COTTA(1H-Ko, 422 Court street extended; in fir'.-class repair. Apply at 418 Court street extended T70UR K00M3 AND KlTCIIESKo. ilt Third J? street Apply on premises. ST0RKB0U8K OR 6TABLE-30xt feet, with ample lot, on McCall sireei, wsst ot Oayoso House. WM. L. VAXCK. 3H5 Shelby st. FURNISHED front room, with board; also, S or 4 day boarners wanted in private family, 5 minutes walk of Court Square. B. this office. I 00 MS Unfurnished, without board, at 455 V Shelbystroet, corner Linden. NICELY FURNI8HED ROOMS At 326 Second street, opposite Brackett's stable. Apply at 48 M0KR0E ST. 1CKLY furnished front room, southern ex po.ure; also o'her rooms, at 66 Monroe St. FURKLSliED ROOAlS AtSTMnlherrv street. WASTS. C-.M.OOS OR GROCERY If yon have a small k5 saloon or family grocery and wish to tell the same, nndrnss tioca oox .iu( iisceoia. Are SALESMEN Who will sell our line of spring and summer eottonades. jeans, eassiraeres, Unnnols and ginghams in connection with'their other bu(!nes. Liberal commissions paid Ad dretswith referor.ee, FRANK U. H LANNE A CO.. Manufacturnrs. Philsde'phia. Fern. G 00D COOK- AT 35 MONROE STREET. GOOD WHITE SERVANT At 16 Linden street. GOOD STEADY TAILORS By Rahman A Co., Vicksburg, Miss. ; two good coat, one pan talocn and one vsstinaker. at one. mWO or three rooms, suitable for light house- L keepine, within 10 minutes w 'Ik of Court Square; convenient to cars. C. C , this offire A TAN Who understands the dairy businets j.L To a competent man good wares will be gi ven . Address Y. this oltce. LADY AGKNTS For "Queen Protector Daisy Stacking and Skirt Supporterr. Shoul der Braeea, Rustle., tiosom Forms, Dress Shields, Ssfety Belts, feieete irQtectors, e'o. Entirely new devices, unprecedented B.roat, We have 500 agents making $1U0 monthly. Address, with Stamp, IS. It. CAMfUBLL A CO., 9 South May stroet, Chicago, "L7EATIIEKM-0lj and New Feathers, at highest fl cash prices. 4!S MAIN SI. NURSE White or colored; re ertkcet re- quired, at 3"2 Vance street. 8 TIGHT COOPERS and 8 Slack Coopers. i KOKDEL. IS Front St., Memphis, Tenn. rpO RENT a Cottage with 6 or 8 rooms, in rood JL repair. Address C, this office. A flRWTS Address St. Louis Electrio Lamp il. Co., St. Lonis. Mo., for Circnlara, Cuts and , - VU., C. A. V U ... 1. . . .... w.IH.n.a HUU terms of 50-candle power Marsh Electrical Lamp. i power .Marsn fciectricai ump. 'H-CAES Chains, Jewelry, rhl GOLD W forcajh. J. N. V'-ORD.ZH Main. Itat ii..o-nt. fumi.liMl. with nr without rpWO bin - s oard; private Ikm.iy referrod. Address . Vli dffic. stiinrlnSatloa -..d rrice. BOAhu, JOARDERS i rrr tons" At 04 yadlfon street. Kngs. Iron. Bones Mthers 1JKJJ andMeUls. Liklfl. . S.nH fnr nrin. Iit ... and second-hand roods for sale. Ari.lrnA. S. GABAY, Agent and Commission Merchant. 40V to 413 Shelhv street. FOR SALE. WAIT ICE HOUSE We will, on Monday. December 7, expose to sale and sell to the higbeyt biddur. tor cash, all our right and interest in the buildings, improvements, etc., on the property known as the " Wait Ice House, Memphis, Tenn. Sule on the premises at 11 o'clock a.m., and purchaser will be required to receive improvements at once. 1I011LKN HUM4 MACHINE A LAKE ICE CO. CHARLOTTE H. WAIT. Hoi'SKHolp and Kitchen Furniture; call imme dia tely. J. Wricbt, Bayburn av.,near B'd'y. IJLANTATIOX Of 1627 acres in Hardeman county, Tenn., 7 mi:es southeast of Bo ivar; good improvements and most y good land; plen ty of tenant houses and labor on the place; will be sold very cheap. Apply to MISTKK PARKER or A. J. MARTIN, iS9 Mtin St. LlIXE PLAMATlON-AtClarksdle.on MuTt A1 phis and Viuksborg Railroad, in Coahoma county, Mus.. spUudidly improved, above any overflow, and ronta lor FJOUO per year ; MT arros in tract, W acres in high state of cultivation. Also, a number ot other places on this railroad. Applyto MINTKR PARKER. or A.J. MARTIN, as Main street. H' OR?K and Spring Wagun: good lor delivery wagon; will be sold at a bargain. Apidyte CARTER A BLESSING, S.S2 Froit at. OALOOS AND KtXTUKES No. 15 Ma a O street, next to C,erihousc, doina a first-class paying business; only object for selling if, 1 de sire to change my bus ness; it is nrot-class in every mapect. Apply to JOHN H. LFSL'.E. UoICE KK.lliKNCK LOT High, hoijihv. e:evated: acveral forest trui; n..r ,h Boulevard; dimensions 3.6 by 3ui. Apply early t B. RICHMOND. Agent, 21) Maion. 11 OI BK AND LOT On Coee street, near cor- X-L ner I tii'd. rort fioStnor. at a bargain. M INTER PARKER. -NH Min street. HAKX ON Fine new phai ton. fr sale cheap. Inquire at Hollenberi's Musi,: House. ABEAL'TIFI L FARM Of 3i0 " res, 2m) open and in cultivation, 2 miles tout 1 01 Bailey's, on M. and C. Railruad. Eice ilwelliu-. tvo new barns, windmill, and all ini.-ov mep s -.d con veniences needed on a tirvt Ail n-w and in good order. VVi'l he s IJ tuy low aud on very raaionable lorms of psymcnt. it. ft. i-1 K mi, :v4i Kront st. OLAKiiE Ml LLS I A LORSES Ao.ilv to J Matt M in.-uh 1 . Ja.ji-.un street, nr iOS. lit: -v.VKV. New Raleigh Toad. MRS. W. R. tl MAGUA.-ls now hire from Ciittrni to ssil herjiome on Jackson s creet, near Kyb-tn and Poston avenues; nice residence and grouuds. Se W. A. WHEATLEY. 2S1 Main st. N1 EW AND SKcND-HAND MACHINERY tlf av.rv descriittio.. at nn..h.J th..; of new. Jones's 6U 5-ton Wagon Scales and Dia uondCorn Mills, at JC GATES A CO 'S, 210 Front st. F1AN OS LO W "FOR CASH Good second hami Stkinwat Piami; second-hand Ksm l'i Attn (cost new Usui; one now Wisti fi.xo. These Pianos must be sold. Good chance for a barsain. E. WJTZMANN A CO. PIANO On. new Upright Knierson Piano, 3 slring Unison Cabin.t Grand; will sell at a sacrifice. Call at corner Sixth and Jackson streets. Fort Pickiring, Hawkins's dtug store f"y ood famiLy mare VJ Apply at 110 Market street. rpKNNESSEB STATE CKKT IFICATE ite- ,'ERTON A GKOSVLNoR. IT utjoa mew ana ei.gauuy nnisuea bouse now baina bullion Fifth at., bat. k" Keel( Chelneaj 5 roouat, ombuusea eomplete. ex- eel lent ell ana extern; itt M h hhu feet, ei treet ear 1 A. i ly to MINTKR P.AHKKR oV m. I "at iM ftT trt etaa A. J.MAUT1N iMV Main street, cor. Madisua. O I.I) CHKAP AT THIS OFFICE. 5i (AJiGIKE A senoad-hand No. 1 Ames Enrine, u-aun. power, riwi m new, ana very cheap. rt'Kir.K mauhak. :o Front st. EilLENviv 1 Carroll avenue. Uiuirn.ink oornooot. r.7 .rip.. . r. simb, t MiitR. "LJOILKR A good nMoad-band lioiMt tog aala JLj aaaaa. AppLt at litia oaiea. We don't care a cent for the profit so lone as we get and hold the trade. We shall neglect no honest means to win. Our great battle is to be fought in the next two weeks. We propose to double our last year's magnifi cent business. Like the great Democratic party, we have been waiting some time; but we ate nearly there and we are not going to be counted oat. if unniM fAN no it. ve wui uo ui IF PRICES WILL ACCOMPLISH IT, We will accomplish it! IF DESERTISO WILL GET IT, . We will get it! We will do better for you than all others can or will do THEREFORE COME! You shall be welcomed royally, be fairly treated and loaded with Bargains, besides hare the best thanks of YOUR FELLOW-CITIZENS, r.l.&E.G.Kremer&Co AMUSEMENTS. W FITRKIFfl THEATER. -4 JiMvpu Rrivokr Lasses and Manager hnridny, Friday and Saturday, Not. 20-2122 KngaEeaiont of the Favorite Comedienne and Vocalist, Miss KATIE PUTNA3I! Rnnnnrtjtii kv liir Awn Cnmpdv Company. Xhnrsday Kignt ana naturaay jiannte. LuA, litis "lAI'Ujr. Friday Night OLD CURIOSITY SHOP Saturday Night.-...THE LITTLE SUNFLOWER November 24-25 26 FREDERICK WARDE. November 2728-2U CARRIE SWAIN. fEl'BHlE'a T1IKATEU. Three Nights and One Matinee, Nov. 84 25-26. FREDERICK WARDE ! Supported by an efficient company in a series oi legitimate piays. RkPKRT()IkK Monday. Nov. 24 VIRCINIUS Tuesday, Nov. ' RICHAKD III Wednesday Matinee. ..MERCHANT OF VENICE Wednesday, Nov. 26-Grind Double Bill John Howard Paine'a tragedy, in & acts. BRUTUS. Oa This Fall or Taiwi'ik: supplemented by KATH EKIX E AMI PKXRUUUiG. Sale of seats Saturday. November 27-2 21.! t'ARRT1!'! SWATN. ACCllOX SALES. Sheriff's Sal of Personal Property. I will, on MONDAY, Nov. 24, 18H4, near the corner ot South and Shelby streets, Memphis, Tenn., sell to the highest bidder, for cash, one advance traveling CIRCUS OAR and equipments. to-wit: .Furniture, Beading, eta., ana all Al vartisinr Material pertaining to a nrst-olaas ad vance Circus Car, Posters, Lithographs. Country Paper, eto. Sule to commence at 11 o'clook a.m. Levied on as tbe property of Aliles Orton, owner of the Anglo-American Circus. W. D. CANNON, Sheriff. ny K, n. unit, iien-uy pnoritt. LOCAL FAltAUKATliS. Xfna, tlie Madcap, at matinee to-day. The Century magazine, for December, at Mansion! s. Jndire EMriilea ia ex nee ted to Dreaide in toe 1 robate Uourt to-day. The Wetklv Medical Eevitiv, for this week, is a good number. J. U. Chambers, et. Louts and Chicago, publisher. Licences to marry were issued yester day to Wm. Grady and Sarah Grady, Monroe Aleade and Alary Ann Hartley, A nolle prot. was enteral yesterday in the case of W. Brodces, the neero doctor charged with giving poisonous drugs to a patient who died Irom the ef fects. The Nashville Journal of Medicine and (surgery, fjr November, is an excellent number, quite np to the reputation made bv this pubu ation. rublished by li. A Haselock. Thursday, Friday and Saturday of next week Miss Carne Swain, one of the most deserving little actresse on the American stage, will appear at Leubrie's rro - l . ' l . .u r : . , ; . J I. xueatcr m jiur uuw i:nv, tuo jjwx wwr. For the week feuding last night 3.1,- 76G bales of cotton were received in Mem- whis, the largest week's receipts on record, the nearest approach to that ligure being for the week ending November 28, 187'J, when the receipts were 32,8 i. The sale of seats for Frederick "SVaide cnens this morning at Hollenberg a. His repertoire will be as follows : Monday, 1'tr- gimut; Tuesday, KicltardllJ; Wednesday matinee, Shilock; Wednesday evening, doable bill, Brulut and Tamxngoj thebhrcv). Officer Hedrick and Capt. Hackett esterdav arrested a negro at Central Point who was trying to dispose cf amn'.e at so low a price that he was suspected of having stolen it. When pressed he con fessed that it belonged to a party living on the Kandolph road. About a dozen of the doughty deni iens of that portion of Adams si reet known as (4'iigley's Quarter, wont forty milts down the river hunting 'yesterday. The ducks are said to be so thick at the point cf their destination that they could be knocked down with a suck. There seems to be a difference cf opinion among those who ought to know about the capacity ol railroad and steam boat lines to handle the cotton on hand and that likely to arrive. Every one of that craft who was approached yesterday declared that thousands ot tons of cotton seed oil-cake and hundreds of bales of cotton were begging tonnage, but cannot obtain u. Emil Jentgers. drummer for Beul- hien Bros, tobacconists, of Baltimore, died at the reabody yesterday of chronic diarrhea.' lie had sold quite a large amount hi goodYtosevprAl Scmpjiis firms, but it seems was out of money, anil no one knowing his condition be did not receive that medical attention which might have saved his life. The news of his death has been telegraphed to the firm. Justice H pel man held two inquests yesterday, one on the body of Bettte Fowl er, a poor old white woman, at 57 Jeffer son street. The verdict of the jury was "Death caused by want and general de bility." In her room was found a lot of papers and trash that she has accumu lated for years. The other was upon Wm. ttol.'zrd, "-ed Sixty years, at 83 Front street He"was a boo If agnt of Thomp son Co., of St. Louis, and killed himself by degrees by usin cpirtps, s Jn his report of the Tentease. weather ' for October, Commissioner Mc: wk."." tlie rilwy weather Whirter, ret ... raiiwav weather signal service.says: ;"xHjssful signal system has proved very in the States where it has been adopted, and the chief signal office strongly recom mends its adoption in other Slates that have weather bureaus. It is to be hoped that this bureau will soon be in a condi tion to apply in this Slate, as the benefit of the system to farmers and others on and contiguous to the lines of railway can scarcely be estimated." Tbe famous Capt. Jim Glass, of the McClellan Guards, will pull off his uni form and don the striped garb of the con vict for three years. lie withdrew his plea of not guilty of larceny and entered a plea of guilty, with which the jury re tired, the only question before them be ing the amount of vunishnient which should be inflicted upon him. One of the pane), it is understood, was in favor of giving him the limit, ten years, and he hung the jury nearly twenty-four hours. Ulass made a very good record here as the commander of the Guards, colored, during the epidemic, but has always bad a bad character and never had many friends among his own color. They are ai mot t unanimous in saying, "Served him right." PERSONALS. Will J. Di-ffy, business agent of Carrie Swain, is in the city. W. O. Lightpoot, Kipley; Z. A. Biggs, Ripley, and M. Pointer, Como, visited the Cotton Exchange, yesterday. S. A. Raturons, of Colorado, ia in the c'ty en route to New Orleans, to be present at the opening of the Exposition. (Jabps are ont announcing the approach ing wedding of Mr. Ei M. Penick to Miss Eliza, daughter of Mrs. O. E. Graham. The happy event transpire at Calvary church Thursday afternoon, December 'd, at 4 o'clock. T. E. Boyxton, special agent in charge of the prospector's cbin !or the New Or leans Exposition, New Orleans, of which we gave a description in the Appeal a few days ago, i in the city, lie expects the cr will le h re to morrow and be so placed that it can be seen by all classes of the people of the city. aud Adtuir The finest piano ever Drought to this market, and a real work of art, is now on exhibition at llollenberg's, No. 2 'J Main street. Hill, Fontaine .V Co., Sole agents for Home Stomach Bitters, Home Sanative Cordial. Sold free of United Stattt tjvcial tax. Hsw be) BvaajtlfAl. Ladies, yon pan be sure of this; That oom- you oannot have rosy cheeks and a clear com- piexioa unless you ara in tmd hclth. Dieiu. always rpoil beauty. Parker's Tonie purilie too blood, invigorates the organs, drives all bad humors out of the hlood and makes the plainest Uo attractive. Tell your kits bauds, , ' ' . ' . J. WisJUbi ; I qdertnker, s 330) Second-street, saaf Union. The churches within the bounds of the conference are represented by delegates. Tbe opening sermon was preached by the Rev. Joseph E. Smith, in which the preacher ' emphasized the importance of the baDtism of the Holy GIfost. l estcrday morning tbe association met in the chanel of LeMovne Institute and participated in the opening exercises of the school, lujmarts were maue uy tne moderator, the Rev. 8.' P.. Smith, and Prof. H. b. .Bennett, oi tisK university, Nashville. The morning hour was taken up in or ganization and in hearing tbe narrative of tbe state oi tne cnurcnes. The reports from the churches showed on the whole an encouraging state of re ligious prosperity. . ... - V, x- r c r V ; a .1 T..1 aUO AteiV. A . A). OIUIB, OA AlLllO AWK, Ark., re i paper on "The Demand for Educal dimsters and How to becara a Sumlvw.Them." The paner was brief but full of good points, and elicited ap plause as be closed. The ouesuon was discussed by rroi. rt S. Bennett, of Fisk University. He thought that tbe demands of the age were such that ministers must be oi the highest culture. This was the exact work that Fisk University was doing. The Rev. Joseph E. Smith thought that the varied duties of the minister demanded that he be educated. The Rev. B. A. lines thought that the number of graduates who were going into the ministry was growing leas. He thought this ought to be remedied. The Rev. J. M. Shippen thought we ought to teach the childien to look upon tbe Christian life in a differentjlight from the usual one. The school must look par ticularly to this and encourage young men in this direction. Brother Smith illustrated humorously the ignorance of the ministry. Dr. Kov stated that we had said that the people were hungry for ideas, and that made a demand for an educated ministry. The chairman ol the uommitteeonfisit University reported in favor of recom mending to the churches the taking up of an annual collection lor the purpose cf endowing a theological chair in the .bisk University. NIGHT eESSION. ' The association came together at 8 o'clock for the purpose of listening to the reports of those in attendance upon the annual meeting of the American Mission ary Association at Salem in October. Dr. Roy spoke first, and said that tbe annual meeting was a great event. lie gave an encouraging report in regard to the condition of the association ; that the interest in the work of educating the col ored people was greater now than ever be fore. According to the report, the meet ing must have been a very interesting one, In closing, he spoke of the mountain work among whita people as one of great importance. Dr. Roy humorously referred to the ignorance of some of the old minis ters. Mrs. A. S. Steele, who attended the meeting at Salem, gave an account of the women's work. Mrs. Steele has a pleasant address and makes a good impression. The women have a department of their own which is doing a great work. The women's meeting was largely attends i by the ladies. Mis. Steele gave an account of her orphanage in Chattanooga. The orphanage was the outgrowth of the yel low-lever Diague. ene saw much Buttering among orphans. From that the orphan asylum grew. The citizens of Chatta nooga help along in the work. Twenty- seven children are in the home. The county pays So per month for the feeding ot each child. Airs. Steele spoke ot the importance of consecration to the work of tbe Lord. C. W. Shelton, Wes'ern secretary of the American Missionary Association, spoke oi tne worx oi tne society among the Chinese and Indians. Papers were read on the Indian work, industrial, educa tional and religious work that has been carried on. Can an Indian be civilized T Students at Hampton illustrated this. In dians have become university teachers and good citizens. If the Indians had been in the South Sea Islands we would have civilized them long ago. The Indian is not dying out; tuey are increasing rapidly, It pays to educate the Indian, in seven years it coet the government about !J uoo,uuo on one reservation to take care ol the Indians. The same reservation under the missionaries cost $120,000. V e owe it to the people on ac count of the wrongs they have suffered at tne white man s hand. Prof. II. S. Bennett gave an account of the work done by the American Mis sionary Association); that it had given to the work of education in the South twice as much as the entire Pea bod v be que-t. It has eight chartered institutions. lourteen higher normal, nine schools, thill y-four common schools, and '.HMO pnpus. The association spent $100,000 a year, mostly in the houth. . Tbe Rev. J. E. Smith said if the build ings put up by the American Missionary Association were taken there would be lit tie left, 1 Mr. Joseph Tagg, of the city, blessed God that he had been spared to attend the meeting. He was the only member of the old Congregational church organ ized in Memphis years ago. He had seen the colored churches in a blaze and not a fire.bell ringing. Now he saw schools and churches for the colored people all around. Public sentiment had changed wonder fully. The meetings will go on to-day. Papers will be read and reports heard. Announcements were made for the Sab bath. From 10 to 11 :30 o'clock a general Sabbath-school meeting. At 3 o'clocc the Congregational house of worship will be dedicated. At night the communion sea son will be observed. AMUSE MLEXTS. Frederick Ward. ' At Leubrie's Xheatpr, Monday ,TneeJay, and Wednesday next, Fred Warde, a de serving rouni; actor, who has risen very rapidly in his profession, and makes lavoraoie impression ttnerever be appears, win present yirgmius, Jiictiard III . Tam ing of the Shrew, and Wednesday night a uouuie Din. People's Theater. At this house those great trapeze artists,. tne tjainnetts, close their engagement to night. Coming next week are the Roses, Bfetcn aitists ot acanowledired ability, The Four Emeralds have been retained for one wee longer on account of their wonderful hit. The above, with their present company, will make one of the ueni puAiwe giCfi fi tim city. Hnlful Bfl. w. r. voay, who is better known as Buffalo Bill, will appear with his "Wild "-mac- snow at Uiympic i'ark inday, Sat- .' nt it week. The nrdav and bun . . ti. 'Wild West' is one of the best entei.Q" ments ever given here. The programme ia accurate ai a photograph of Western life, including an Indian attack tinon s stae coach, herdiDg of cattle, an elk Luni., horse races and some most marvelous ex hibitions of riding and shooting. It is worth a trip to the prairies to see the shooting of Capt. Bogardua or the riding ol Buffalo Bill; -Utile Nell" stud lte '-Mr-biosiaa.n Miss Katie Putnam essayed tbe double role of "Little JJell" and the "Marchion ess" at Leubrie's Theater last night with considerable success. "Little Nell" was rendered in a manner which makes it nec essary to qualify the opinion expressed yesterday that Miss Putnam is unequal tw the pathetic. It is but justice to her to say that this part of the double role was exquisitely done. She made it all that could be expected. As the "Marchioness" she is in her element, and kePt her au dience in a state of continuous laughter. The admirers of the auburn-haired Lotta will probably think it sacrilege to dec'are that Miss I'utnam is fully her equal in this famous character, but it is neverthe less true that ti the close observer, who refuses to have his head turned by the his tori al kicks of Miss Crabtree, that Mies l'utnam's conception of the part is much nearer the true one. In fact, it is a much better piece of acting from an artistic standpoint, and with the proper manage ment Miss Putnam wou'd draw full houses everywhere. Her support, with one or two exceptions, is excellent. Jenn at the matinee and Little Sunriouer to-night. fit. r.ter'K Baisr. The Knights of Innistail Hall ' was crowded again last night with pleasure and amusement seekers, attracted by St. Peter's baztr and musical entertainment. Another new feature introduced is a tele phone used during the day to notify pa trons when dinner is ready to be served. Last night's programme consisted of new song?, recitations and instrumental music. Particularly noticeable were recitations by little Miss Mary McCarthy and the little daughter of Gen. W. J. Smith. To night a series of tableaux will be inaugurated nnder the management of Mrs. K. P. Thompson, whose experience and taste in such matters is a guarantee of an attract ive entertainment. The conie.ia con. tinne excitn p, the friends cl all contest ants doing good work. The ballot stood: General Frright Agent E. R. Hart, 57; 0. 0. Johnson, U'2; Barney Hughes, 57: T. L. Lee, 24; J. W. Graham, 28; J. C. Koeers, 62 ; D. Shelby, 27. - Kir Captain Raja, 55 : Ryan, 82 ; Burke, 9) ; Sullivan, 45; Duaohue, bn;MoNamara, 30. ' ' ' ' Prv Goods House Menken, S3; Low enste'in, .s5 ; Gerber & Mette, 6; Hunter Bros., 00. - Tub finest piano erer brought to tjjis fcity is now oaUiluUon at - " lloU&SVE&Q-S. AXOTIIEK BIG DAT IN MEXKEVS CLOTIIEVG DEPARTMENT. I- 83"What can we say that will do justice to the grand array of choice goods placed before our patrons to day? What can we say about the prices that will convey a clear idea of the bargains which we offer. We must content ourselves with extending a cordial invitation to the entire popu lation to come and see for themselves. HOTS' GOODS. At 25c, new lot of handsome POLO CAPS ; usual price, 75c At 97c, splendid KNEE PANTS, cheap at double the money. At $2 75, job lot of boys' elegant OVERCOATS (2 to 6 years), worth not less than $6. . . K At $3 47, boys' all-wool SUITS the materials cannot be had for less than $4 50. MEJTS GOODS. One lot of fine all-wool checked French cassimere SUITS, four-button cut-aways, at $21 ; would be cheap at Splendid DERBY HATS, retail price everywhere $3; we sell them to-day lor f l t o. The great bargain of the day in a small lot of 150 GOOD OVERCOATS, .a n -c . T .1 s a. - ai, yx to, buiu geuerniiy tor itf. Dunlan's HOLIDAY HATS (entire ly new shapes) opened to-day. We are sole agents for all Dunlap s fine hats. Underwear, dress shirts, scarfs and half-hose in the BEST QUALITIES at VERY LOW PRICES Ask for our Waukenphast shoes at $5 85. CHOICE MILLINERY AT POPULAR PRICES. WE WILL SELL TO DAY; $2 50 Children's Hats for $1 00. $1 00 Untrimmed Hats for 50c. $3 00 Handsome Bonnets for $5 00. ?3 50 Hals with Plaid Scarfs for $2 00, 50 Wings and Feathers for 25c $2 00 Ostrich Plumes for 99c. 5 00 Ladies Bonnets for 12 45. MESKE.VS. t While in our palatial emporium to-day don't fail to visit the CLOAK DEPARTMENT. Many novelties will be shown. . Sick Kerr's Fresh Meat Store. Call at No. 22. Main street for the choicest cuts of fresh meats of all tinds. Also fish, girue, oysters, celery, dressed poultry; an Kinds ot sausage. Uoods d livered free to a'l parts of the city. Par ticular attention given to orders for Sunday. Christina! Cliristmas! The old reliable Jet Palace is in tbe lead as usual with first-class goods at lowest prices. We have an elegant assortment of Holiday Good, consisting of Dia monds, Watches, Clocks, Solid Gold and Gold-Plated Jewelry, Solid Silver and Silver-Plated Ware, etc , which wo propose to sell as reasonable its possible to Insure speedy salee. Our goods all warranted as represented. Diamonds mounted and re set. Jewelry and watches repaired by fi rut-eta a workmen. i. boeschbr. M. Goodmak A Co. Manager. Lace Curtains A specialty at Memphis Steam Laundry, 224 Second street. Tbe Chesapeake, Ohio and Southwestern itallroad Has Pullman palace sleeping cars on all night trains. Two passenger trains daily. ao change of cars between MemDbisand Louisville. from rttourt Republican, Aug. 18, 1884. THB droointhe Drieaofauintnft kistIiavs been caused by the large - shipments) of Collins' AsruoCnra Into the malarial and chilis and fever districts throughout the South and West, where formerly It was (opposed nothing but auintno would cure. Judirine- from tha large 'shipments daily of thia remedy irom ilia laDAratory 01 tne uotnna tiros. Drug ihi., Euo nd aud ViooslrGeU, itlooksaslf Collina Ague (ind s Cure was takini is plac ol all oUier remediea for DantlrutT 18 BEHOVED BY THE USE Or COOOAIKB. A nd it Btimalatea and promotes the growth oi the hair. Burnett's Flavoring Extracts are the best XOTICK. i As, K.4II.Y & FltEIBEUG, Corner Halts and Poplar, Having purchased from FRIEDMAN BROS.. 2500 PAIRS FIX EST CCS-lOJJ-.lj lt)K SHOES (Misses', Ladies', Children's and Men's, Sample Shoes, Drummer's Simples, at a great bar gain, will sell them to-dav at one-half cost of regular goods, finest Goods and Best Wear. Store kept open till 10 o'clock p.m. KAIIX A FREIBERG, I'srasr Xsln and Poplar. Baths! Baths! Bath! Clear water, fresh air, warm rooms. Baths of all descriptions from 25c to SI, at the Turkish Bathhouse, 222 Second street. Jnst liccoivtHl, ii0 cases ot the Celebrated James Ateans ii Shoes, in all stvles. V0EGEU A C'O.'S.. 271 and 430 Main st. Imiuoiise Bargainsi Can still be had in lovely remnants of body brussels, tapestry, ingrain and other finearpets, mats, ruga, etc., the stock of q -yT 2?'" Ilnma ssrlv a. 'iR NSDOtfCARY, Receiver. ADDITION A "11 Viili JiKWS. Vicksbubq, November 21. Xight Ar rived: City of Helena, St. Louis. Depart ed : Will 8. Hays, Memphis, Evaksvillk, Novemler 21. Night River stationary, with 2 feet 0 inch-, a scant on the gauge. Weather clear and pleasant. No amvala or departures. Basing ex ceedingly quiet St. Louis, NoTember 21. Night River fallen 2 in hes, and stands 10 feet 0 inches by the gauge. Weather clear and warmer. Arrived: City of Providence, Vicksburg. No departures. ECZEMA! And Every Species or Itching and Burning I) i Meases Pos itively Cured. ECZEMA, or Salt Rhesm, wita it aonizinr in-hin and bnrninc, instantly relieved by a warm bath with Cuticcka Soat, and a single l-l-lication of Ccticfra. the ereat bkin Cure. 'Ibis riated daily, with two or three doses of Citi rtiRA Kts.ii.vivT. the New Blood Purifier, to keep the blood eool, the iersiration pare and nnirri tatira, the bowels otn the liver anH kidneys ac tive, will speedily cur. Frtsiue, Tcltrr, Kinr worm, Pstiriatis. Lichen Pruntus. Scall Head. Iinndruff. and every species of Itcbina. bcalyand Pimply Ha mors of the (Scalp and Skin, when lie test physicians an Jail known remedies fail, Will Menrnmld.gvlj Dearborn Su. Chieaoo, iratefally acknonledrrs a cure of Eo.ema.ar Aalt Kheum on h-ad, neck, face, arms and Ices lor sev enteen years; not able to walk expert on bands and knees for one year; not able to help himself for eicht years; tried hundreds of remedies; doc tors prouonnred his case ho -eles; permanently cured by Ci Tiri KA Kl8LvrT (blood purifier) iu ternallr. and Ciiki a and Cl ticiha buar (the gri at skin cures) eaterna 1 1 v. Chan. H amebian. rq..wyer.2S State St., Bosten, reiiori cae of K. tenia under hi- obser vation lor ten years, wkir?h covered the patient's body and limbs, and to wtiirh all known methods of treatment hd been applied without benefit, which was completely cared solely by the Ct'Ti i ka RtPKs. leavins a clean and healthyskln. f. H. rh. M . ltroi. Jttiob., suffer, d nntnla tortures from besoms, wbicb appeared a his eyes. After tbe most careful doctoring and a eonsoltatioa of physiei.ns failed to relieve him, housed the CrTirraa Raiiauiu, and was enrwd, and has remained so to dle. - Mr. Jsthaa Tbiel. Wilkesbarie. Pa., writei: "I have suffered from Salt Kbeaoi for ev.r eul i J-eara, at times so lad ibut I ijoul J nat atlend my bsuiae.-s tor weet at a ti-ae, i nre. mm or CtTicPHA and fbar liottlea Hksolvknt have e- l j r . L. : j ir..i A: - Sold by all droreists. Priee: CrnrraA, 50c; KtauLViKT, fl: txiAP, Ks. Porraa Dmuo a;n Cmsmical Co., Bosua. Maas , ' RjesM) fwlHr tCarkl() OtewsMes.? -as- - - - axti.isit. Toilet, iiaure. This week we will TOE THE MARK and show the People of Memphis ihe GRANDEST ran fflYE AN IMMENSE STOCK TO SELECT FROM ! ie-We also have on band IOO ALL-WOOXs FINE CASSIMERE DRESS and BUSINESS STJIT3, which are broken lots only one or two of a kind which we will sell at the Uniform Prioe of $9 former price from $14 50 to w25.6 make a specialty or Childrcu'si ODD J1CKK TS, PAXTS and OVEKCO.ITS. We likewise lmvo broken loin iu ihl line WHICH WE PLACE ON SALE AT SACRIFICE PRICES! SOL HALLE, - PROPit Stock & Dairy Farm OS KERR AVENUE, WEST OF IIEKXAXDO ROAD, SE4R MEMPHIS, TESX. JOHN I.. KIRK. J. U 1SKKISS. KEItR & PERKINS, : : : Proprietors. FOB. SERVICE : ERSET Bri.I-, TIB ROBLEHiH, A. J. C. C..74W. rvleo Fe, IO, wit'j the prir- ' -I... e.e mhirn n.t Munn ahnuhl t h n j?w not nrfln with rat f . Till NO sLKHAK is very handsome and such noud sires as Champion of America, tiray.l'nar, Mi-hom mr Write for Pedigree and lull de-eription . We are al Write for Pedigree and lull de-eription. and CKKAM m larae or small quantities. Address W. Ao Gage & o i COTTON FACTOBS, No. 300 Front street, Memphis, Tenn. A. If. BOYD. AL8TOJI A.1W.BOTB & SONS COTTON FACTORS, 2G4 Front St,, cor. Court, Memphis, Tenn. HL HL.OOQVEB & Co MAXUFACTntEIi-S OS? Doors, Sash,Blinds and Moldings ALL KJNDS OF DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES, Brackets, Scroll-Work, Rough and Dressed Lumber, Slitngkfi, Lath, 16 161 to 179 Washington St., Memphis, Tenn Prm1F H4-t Crf t4 th Ms.rVtfcntio, ij 8ti front tb BfiHf. " D.T. IHMITER. Successors to FORTES. TAYLOfi St CO., Cotton Factors Asa WO. 300 FROST STREET. t t KJK3PHIS. TNS LOCAL NOTICES. But your Shirts at May's. But try pure sure Hope Soap. . Givit yrnr children Emith'a Worm OiL Call and see the lovely Baby Grand Hollenberg. Buy yonr heating and cooking Moves, grates, fenders and fronts from George Gabay, corner Beale and Shelby streets. Til a Herbal Chll Cure, thp best tonic and anti-periodie known 'A eoriain and sure rnre for chjllj. rri.el per bottle. Send stamp sUV circulars. Any reference given. Address John C. Kucker, Lrnchberc, Va. On Saturday November 22, 18S4, the premises known as house No. Ill Caurt street, will be sold by the clerk and rr as ter, at the courthouse. Sales, comenc iig at 12 o'clock ta.' " Baows's bRONi hial Troches for coughs and colds, "I don't see how it ia possible for a public man to be himself in winter without this admirable aid." lit v. R. M. Dtvent, Pocaset, Mast. Is the absence of suitable materials cr the time to prepare it, people often go without a dressing for salads. But Dur. j kee's Dressing, and you will never trouble yourseii to tnaae anotuer. Do hot forget to add to yonr lemonade or soda ten drops of Angostura Bitters. It imparts a delicious flavor and prevents all summer diseases. Be sure to get the gen uine Angostura, manufactured by Dr. J. G. B. Siegert it Sons. The Chancery sale of real estate at the coiTthonse at nqon to-dty will embrace that ele'aut residence No. Ill Court street, in luding the lot 74x150 feet; lot 36, in Jones's subdivision, on the south side cf Marley avenue, oOxlllO feel ; the Cogswell property, 1 50x200 feet on Union stieet, fronting Lauderdale; ako eight acres on the eRt side cf Hollywood ave nue, between Union and Carr avenues. Pa! tits desiring a permanei t investment oraparcbaso for spe-la,tio3 ghauhi at. .jf.i. K rats. HUNTER SMiier, Scoop, Measure, Weisher, Dredger. K t c Washer, Tomtt Win aid Fruit Strainer. Twc1t axiiclcfe ia one. flrwtirt Ccati xutica lasvi. Mom told thtn H 0v-r '''cir, J,,J StftrrJ Lf.tutii;d I r tveiylsr-ij like thorn t We iuk. Urge Siiiori tad Mixer r hand anil powos. V rt fat catsUofue. Tbe Hunter Sifter Mfc Co.. Cincinnati, o.. jo C-Jtai Su. New York, AqcTits warnerl fnrotaT Ktlihrn Specialbr a :1 Hunter Stilct K-xMik rkaul) Famed im Sifters NOTIl E TO TAXPAYERS. THE State and county taxes for 18S4 are now due and ready for collection. Taxpayers are ursed to come forward and pnv before the rusb. A. J. 11AKK13. John Lilly, Importer and Dealer la WINES, LIQUORS ANI CIGARS, 332 Front St., Bet Monroe and Union, ilfinphia. Manhood Restored. bihtjr, Premstur. IVeaj. mod all dirder. t-ni-ol oa , by indwcration or eAM-n,will lesrnof s .imrterrin Jy. w.u aourMnJ. aa. ,Kli.lVta.UOheiliiUJ V kllA)LSCS,YAU3IS 4 S rOKEUOl'SES rOB BE JIT OB SALE. I AM offering-, on liberal terms, most desirable property in West Tennessee. At Withe Sta uon, s miles irom Memphis, on 1. and N. K.1 ene larra reeidenoe with rooms ; onestAirehon H.K., n- iwf- rvMiuvnt-j wiui troumi; one uretaOtjftf) 1 Station, on !. C , C.U4 8. V trta allit. slorhafcs, souaos aad dweU- icci, all i Srat-clai, aapair, wlta all i ooaT.niei.oes. Aiu, a new ll- - ' . .ta' store. A?nrpora : " -- .tan1 and drug ; tne ..,rr 'nin to-swnr. siuall furias f 1 oSerint special indaoeinent in litUe laroi, NuitlBf from i. 40, to and W aero tracU. ',v'wr. "acts. eontainin 1U0. ai, aw, 400 m-t,? ..Jr?'i.,f.,h'!5' iU improve 4 In hit-h sUUof eulliv.tion.eotivee. v ,.u "l"nnt from Atoka, and ia aitaeted in J. K. bLAXVtS. Atoka. Inaa, YOUTHS', BOY jWJU) LL inilLlx! vljTo and CHEAPEST STOCK OF of rare breeding, eonibininr as he does the blood of Albert 44, ana imp. inntiieinan We a'e alo pre.are1 to furnish 1'L1 KB MILK. s SB. raKHI,-!!.. . aun BOYD. IRI5Y BOYD. O. V. MACRAE. Orchard Grass, Timothy, HertU and Clo ver, Winter Taslnre, Barlej and RYE. Summer, Fall and "Winter Turnip SKEIM Latest Improved Farming Implements, Kemp's Manure Spreader, Acme, Thomas st Eagle HARROWS! R.G. CRAIG & CO 301 Slain street and 37 Union street, BEMPniS, ; TK3TXESSKE. itlj each number of UFM08ES T'S MONTH LY MAOAZIXV witf b riven a full-a se fash rnabla t&Kttru of any ms or style selee'od, Auaainv twelve paLterns durina the tear, or value of over, three dollars, besides the most popular, entertaining and useful magazine. Single oopies, 2ftc; year,y, fl. Address W. Jknninus 1aiobkst, 17 East Fourteenth street. New Yore. TO MERCHANTS. Orvira or PioxvtB U.Lva. Memphis, Tenn., ovfrmUer lii, lil. j HAVING complied our repairs, we are now in fallupvratiun aHin and prepared to nil ulQrdet..' Weare manu'acturing sheetinrs and sutrtinics equal to anylbine made in the South, and reeetful!y solicit your natronaae. We trust our friend will give our gowls preferrno. ovel foreign cotnpe-ito. s, thus giving us a steady borne outlet. Our prices will always bo, a. iuw as the lowest for same quality o' sds. int-irnct your jobbers t shjp 1-iooeer c.khIs. liespeet-fulK-. ' PIOSKKK WILLS. KTRTOrS DtBIt.TTX wrsaajfl wejiT.r iAatitv rT. 4, saac-r'aua oiv W9 sOWai, VllSlBi lAfiI ireolMM. trA -U su kria work. Xka M lMK)rti wbUa mo nmsimuLi un m JOCT l av a. ArUsl Wing imp(Mc4 m By i-ca4i(NM rlainas other ivabMicB tor tars ttwilalta. ttet mr &m ar ac4 at. A 'I'M UMrtaUst taxU belur A Haliid Cur. FOB SPEE3AT0REHES IMPSTEHCY. A9?cstd lroTrS aad a of cmm. Tuaa a rcBwty sau ka crr4 tbonaiaiati, aotl 4am sat aa ltsr tta aavnttaa to bsusl wvitaaaaa. titiae awaAloal avincipfea, fiivvkkp to Btww aard reputa tina. lirentattvO(aUaoutka a-a. of rtHnn ri a-t 1. 1 KIAk Hto vUoh a PACKACa. I wbbsbA ara asvk. iThm mubbT I i i Sei a saa-Vs. I tMkB - - SlND ADDRESS Sv.-"- KARRIS REMEDY CO.. BTr CSonJtta 300 '4 Korth 10th t-, K. Lomla, He. re vwnra TATttorr. 13 1 1 MDjma.t5 : S acaTHa. tl GOLDEN SPECIFIC A POSITIYE VBE FOB DRUNKENNESS I OB TBE UQCOS HABIT. Effecting a sieedy and permanent cure, whether the patient is a moderate drinker r an aleobolie wreck. It can be given in a cup of tea or eoffeo, without the knowledge of the person takiar il, it is tasteless and odorless. Thousand, or.'ronk ards base been made temperate siea U havp taken tbe Molden t-;ei.iar1a thisir etBte without their knowledge, a ji Vi-dajr believe tker fciiit drikkini ue.r own fr will. It is ak,iluicly bsruiieiis.' price, iH. C rculars frc. UuLbKN EPECii'ICCa, Prop'rs. Irf hace St , Cincinnati, Ohio. V'-T sale by A. KKNKtHT i CO., Ur.g sisu, Ills Main, corner Adams street, aad MO Main, corner Market tee.t. Memphis. T.an. A POSITIVE Car without &- icine. Ifcie.asl r,. i .a ?-. rt.. On. bov wi'I carj v iaios o.iti'uaM ease la s-. AlUn'i fJohLle Medicated BoaKlea. No nauseous doses ef enbeba, eopalba'os all cf sandalwood that sr. cortata to produce dysiwpaia by destroying tbe coatings of th. aUuiacb. Prioe. II Su. Sold by all drag gisU, or mailed on tewalyt of rrice. tor fuilbor parlicnlars send fur .Kiiift p.imp. MJohaatrMt, Kev York. JiLUJ T.iHI ITS! ! pablisbed. "Troatiso oa "'a-1' aCJ I tSell Uevaiopmant ortke'.m). BastaaM Form. CoUrad aaaioitito.1 pl.t.. full explanation. udwial opiuioam, et. JMniled 4Tf1 IWtt tUfty, ThB aaaaral raa km v i. Ttstj ill lllatT 4HamsBlaai l fin keaa iJe. P. t, frawM ls't I- "o, . 4 . CLOTHING IN AMERICA! mmi MEMPHIS AGENCY V iebold Safe I lock Go; 1 A Full Line of Safes on Hand. tar Orders soHcite-1 for Fi'e and Bnrglr Proof Safes. Vault Fronta, Vault Linlar. Combination and Time Locks, licposit ltozas, Burglsr Chests, Hailroad and Express Messenger lioy.es. ORGILL BROTHERS & C0..GEI1L AGEI1TS If os. 310312 Front Street Memphia, Tenn. a. Mr. A. BENNE1T, formerly of Hall's 8afo and Lock Co., having resigned his position with that firm, ran be found a' our office superintending the Safe Department of the Diebold Sate and Lock Co., where he will be r-leased to moat parties desiring anything in that lino or furnish information petarngtoJsJsJyjtiis Tobacco and Cigars, WHOLES AXE AND BET AIL, . 217 Main street V"'.: Memplits, Toim. Estess, Boan Co. Vholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors. " on atrsget. rcmpbiw. Tenn. A' air s Late with Brooks, Neely A Co. Late with K. ALSTON. CROWELL & CO. And Commlssioii Merchants. Hay, fern Oats, Bran, Chop Feed, OiXeaI Lime Ccaseut, riaster, BuUdlug; and l ire Brick, Etc! ' wmr Cor. Front and Union, No. 1 Howard's Row. Memphis. LXE II UIPAR C A UELIHUTFDL antl EEf KESJUMQ FKAGltAX. E to the BREATH WI I U 7b ViaV 1 - (TBAPS AfAJtJC fteCJSJZSSD.) lIWINtt OIJ3H, SOTa COLEMAK. jTenatHatM. Tenn, AI.Is COTTON IXSUBED. 3Toa. 75-T 7-79-81-83-85 Vance Htrect, N. W. SPEERS, Jr., PROPRIETOR. The LARGEST and ONLY COMPLETE GI tn the city. TheRct Sample and Yield flu a rantcf d. HILL, FONTAiE 4 CO. , Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers gQg-geS JFront St., Memphlat Tenn. HILL, FONTAINE & GO. Cotton Factors, Commission F.Vrjrchants, Jfo. HO Sonth Main Ht.. HU Co.il.. SUGGS tmOT,F.SAT,Tl GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS And Commission Merchants, 2QO and 262 imt Streets Mempliiw. Tefl. Co i ton Factors, ComiuissiorAltterch'nts 318 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. KEFEBKSCE ' Statet Xatlaaal Ssissk.- trLlbsral fiaah Advsiaiersi n.l. os. Hi. .lib jrtmrt KiU.-w TYLER I.a;lvi arc now in their elegant New (iiartei-s, Ko. 3.50 Front street, and are prepared to illl all orders promptly, and invito their customers A A svi . io can upon mem. Telephone So. 028. TH08. U MSK. President. II. 0. H0SKIK8, SMretarr. MANUFACTURING CO. GALVANIZED IRON WORK. TIN, IRON AND Iron Fences, Metal Mkyliglits, TELEPHONE Km. sal. 436 and 438 Main St, and 21 VACOARO WHOLESALE LIQUOR DlMlS 278 attt roi TpoVT ;1 - assAwww v 1 M ti.Tn. C. llachanan A Co. Late of Satosville, Miss 3, V3a? iJd SACKS FFK'ISILED. ITOMffl ! FETTIT 0E0. I. KELLUM, Bup't SLATE HOOFING and 23 Kulberry St, Memphis fvrnT'Trr'- rifrnrm lVIovocli A 0