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THE MEMPHIS D.A.XH.Y APPEAL- SATUBDAY. NOVEMBEB 39. 1884.
TALK THE Murrky So Tailors and Importers, 38 Madison, Iavlt. an Inspection of tnelr unrivaled lck of Imported Clotbsi lor Fall and Winter, comprlalasr all She laics Oealffns la OeXlemen's Wear. Prices aa reaaooable aa tbooe of aav Flrtt-elau Tailors la trie Visited States. mm- Samples on application to those wlto bave left meaaojres, tar Kemetnber, It Is eeoaomy to set tbe beat. Educative I Instructive. Entertaining 1 The sports of ancient, dome's arenas exelled."-BRICK POMEttOY. OLYMPIC MaK, HEMPH1H, TMBKK AFIERSOOX OXLY, AT , y.T?Vt'"-3r Sunday. Nov. B0-a9-8O. TUB OBW. tT, with the Orlfrlnatcd, COMMarilljr the OH1G1SAI. ! CENTURY'S MOVKLTYI TOO .LAROE FOR A CANVAS I few fci. w - WHAWDBBT EXHIHITION ou Ua.H.TH " w-MBT-prALO Ilb-tbe Sphinx of the Prairie-is a man with a history, arec 11 v Jl'i1",'"'',"00,11,' merit, sustained with honor and borne without reproach." KARL CUN 11A Vlb, iu London Tolegraph. The most celebrated ofll Scout", Guides and Tndisn Fighters known In American history. Marvelous Equestrian Marksman. Cant. R0O A RPD a, Champion Wing' Shot. SOO PartiuipanU, Cb?T'' Mexieans. lierds of lluffalo. Elk, (steers, 100 l?onies. Oar Presidont and Cabinets, our Uenerals, our Publio and our Press accord it patronage and praise. Washington Republican. -flL VISIT W EST 1 1" II n. 33 33 HOURQ! To see scenes that hare cost thousands their lives to view. Dnn osra til p.n. We Hnaw Rntn or Ktilo. Adralalnn. BOe. t'tiMdrcn, e.tr. tioatsioni i on all Railroads. SPECIAL TH1N8 on L. and N. Railroad to Oate from Depot. StreetCasa and Busses from Peabody and Uaston llotuls. Oraud Btroet Par Ado PHIDAT nXOnNXBTO. RELIABLE GOODS -REASONABLE PRICES Adler Bro 1TT3STE BOOTS AHD SI 261 Main street, A-Ordrra from the cenairy will reeclreenr prompt attention. H. 6, H0LLBNBER6, Great Southwestern feic House Xo. Main street. -REPRKSBNTS The famous HESf BT r. MII.I.F.R PI 0, the acknowledged favorite of the great Pianists. Tbe old and celebrated lltl.l.Ki r A 1AVIH rUKO. The HOLLMRKHU PUNO, the most popular Piano in the Pnnth osrThe best OKU AS in the world the KIUB11.L, Ul'KlKTTE and the STEKI.IXO The Largest and Most Complete Stock of Sheet Music, Mimical Internments, Etc. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. TNSTRTJMENra SOLD ON THE IVST A LT.MEXT TLA!. CM stmas! Til 13 o OLD IX3aijIuJV33Xsia Is in the lead, as usual, with Firt-elass Goods, AT LOWEST PRICES. We bave an elegant assort . ment of Holiday Uoods, consisting of Diamond, Watches", Clocks, Solid (old aud (iold-Plated Jewelry, Solid Silver and stllver-rlaled Ware, tlte , which we propose to sell as reasonable as possiblo to Insure speedy sales. Our goods all warranted represented. Diamonds mounted and reset. Jewelry and Watches Repaired by First-class Workmen. T -- c -ran tn rt? Oo T. Roenoher, Mnnngor. NEWJOODS. Xew Louisiana MoIusmoh, Goldu Syrup, Maple Syrup, Nalu and Self-Rlitlng Uuck wheat. J. I BUCKHAM & CO. SHEA & MCCARTHY, Propr's, 40, 142, 144 Front St., Memphis ' NK OF THE LARU E.ST BOILER HP-OPS IN the Bonth, and the only eomiilet Holler and 4bet-irn Works in the elty. MaueifiMilairera t straw ( ru..work ot every 4le a" " "-"tten gives to plan BaileBoilerWorKS OF 38 INCHES LONG, ALL IE Ridge Memphis, Teuu. Onr lllnatrated on HfwHeasln. J. O. SCHMIDT & SON, (Successor to J. 0. Schmidt), t.l ia A I BT ST K C ET Wholesale and retail dealers in Vss, m mmaalilon, t'lHlt. Ia Taekle, Klectrio liells ad Annunciators tor nocets ana nesciences, uurgl.r and i ii rrooi raios oienea and repaired. Electric sup plies always on hand. Repairing done and war rnmc4 S.nd tor catalogue anil iric-lit 4.o J. VIEHTWA Ss IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN Quns, Itilles, Aniinunition AD FISHIXU TACKLE. No. 317 Mala Ntrot, tleinubla. I rTUlK largest and best assortment in tbe eity. I se uaat tupwiea at ue lowttl meet. St, Co Christmas! si TOWN SIZES, Importer Wholesale and Retail Dealer in GUNS, RIFLES, PltCOLS, All kinds of Ammunition, Fine Pocket Cutlery. Scifisorfl, Fishing Tackle, foeines. Nets, etc. Spe cially golectod fine Hammerleea and 11am mer Suns. 414 nniuit, Memphis. Tenia. Man d fact n ring and repairing done in first-cla man ner. Prire-1it on application. Telephone No. 1M. DBS. a. wOIn & gss, IKIOf TISTS, No. 243 Main Street. RESIDENCES, f ARSS&ST0EEU0USES FOB KENT OR SAM?. IAM offering, on liberal terms, most desiraMe pronert7 ia v est Tennessee. At Withe Sta tion, ia miles from Memphis, on L.andN. R.R., one large residence with i rome; o'eslorehouse, several town lota an, raroe.a of land. At Atoka Station, cn the v., O. and S. W. R.R., 25 miles rrom Mompnis, storehouses, oottages and dwell ings, all in first-class repafr, with all nocessary conveniences. Also, a new livery stable and drug store. For persons wishing to secure small farms tor the cultivation of cotton, grain, fruita, veg etables, etc, for the Memphis or Northern mar kets, I am offering Special inducements in little tarms, ranging from 20, 40, SO and 8U acre tracts. Also, larger tracts, containing 1U0, 200, 300. 400 and 5 acres all of which, with good improve ments and in high state of cultivation, conven ient ior shipment from Atoka, and is situated in healthy oouutry, where there are good schools end churches. Address J. R. RI.AVDKS. Atoka. Tenn. 3i OvreTim, ). 0. N. Saosruoi OVERTON L GROSVENQR, (leal Estate Dealers AGENTS AND illlOHKRS, OFTICE, 284 SCQ29T ST., K. E. Cor. Second cad Court, 1E3CPHIS, . ... TESSESSEE. Df AL ESTATE BOUGHT AND S0LB, TAXES L PaH, Rents Colteoted, eo., on Commission, LOST. rjOHSE-A bay horse. 14K hands hiah marks tl on left shoulder and a small out at top of tneieiiuma dooi, ana a very long tail. I will pay a rewara oi jio ior ms return to Hit. VB M ON HOB BT PERSONAL. C1TSTEBSS BUILT Rspaired and warranted; J rates iew. Telephone T. CL'BBINS. W. M. FITOIIA flffi. northraat corn.r Jefforson and Main s'reets. General Office and Domiciliary Practice. Ollice hours, 10 a. m p.m., and from 2 to 5 p.m. to 1 MRS.PUILIPM has removed from 56 Madl- foa ct! to 24S Second .trct. BOOMS AND nOAKU. "VTICELY Furnished Front Rooms. Is and 2d i-N floors ; boarders wonted, at 4;5 Shelby st. TWO single rooms, with board, in p'ivate fam- il y. Addre B, this oitice. Ci 000 ROOMS With or without board, at the I Arlington House, 100 and 111 Adams street. DESIRABLE Rooms and Board At TA Madison street. .JOO.M AND ISO ARU One large and one small V room, wilh board, at 3i4 Second utreet. t f AND IS Market street Board. (H 50; single L J rooms, 4S per week ; transients, II per day. R00MS-With or without boiird " At 2&i Poplar street. OOOMS ASITEOARD By week or month, at. - .oocona street. Also, uayooara. 13 00 M Desirable furnished room, with board two gentlemen preferred, ati&l Court gt. O f UO.NT ROOMS--At 4i2 Shelby street. AUo, a few boarders taken. 1300S1 A larce. pleasant front room, with L board, at moderate price, boarders Also a, lew day 1.H ITJUKl Bl. ROOMS Klegantfu or without Doard. umtshed front rooms with Larre yard. 11G Court st. I300MS Three pleasaat furnished rooms with I 1- or wirnnu' honrfl. II4''HKT NT (JUNO WHITE flIRL To take care of child ana ao general nousewora. nt .inU Main st. SEAMSTRES'ES-Kteady employment. LoEB A MOOK. Shirt Factory. "tOoK In a private family. At 71 Vnlon street. G COOPERS To make ticht work. T. KOUDEL. las Front street. t(f( LABORERS To work on levee at 0. 1V7UV ' K. and Trotter's Landing, Tunica county. Miss. Vags fur twenty-six days work. ? per any, loss lime. ?i in per any. Apply on Contractors. AO E NTS It will pay any intelligent man or woman wnnting profitable employment to write tor my Illustrated circulars and terms of agency for the celebrated MISSOURI riTKAM M ASflER, whioh, bv reason of its great intrinsic merit, is meeting wun suen pDenomenal succe.s. Address . I. WORTH. Seventeenth and Franklin avenue ot. i.ouis, mo. rpWO CANVASSERS n ho unn.rAt.nil th.i. l business to sell a good article, at 4ii Korth Court street. WHITE tilRL From 12 to K years of age, to wait on a sick lnily and do general kou?e- wor.. npi'tytim v asningtnn street. T ADIES AND l.ENTLF.MEN-Toi J. J Uuitarand Banjo. -lav or night. To loarn Piaao, lit. AtlllV L. Air. ana wr. jL.i.tijd, '2 Madison street. PARTNER With a capital of tWOO, to engage inagood pay ng business. Addres, giving mil namej u. .11., this ottice T ADIES AND tlEXTLEMEN In city orcoun I 'ry o tnko li.ht work at their own homes; in r, u fuy maae; wore sent by mail ; no canvassing. W e have good domand for our work and furnish steady employment. Address, W'th 20 Race street, Cincinnati, 0 OALESMEV Who will sell our line of spring and summer eottonad.a. ...i..n.c flannels and ginghams in connection wilh their other lusines. Liber il commisinn9 paid Ad- iiryss wun reierence, r HAi K l. L LANNE . vw., nrimacinrerj, s nuaileipnia. 1'enn. ry ood cook V-T AT 35 MONROE STREET. 1 AI) AH KNTS For "Queen Protector" J J Daisy stocking and Skirt Sunnorter. Shonl. ler Braces, liuntlcs. Bosom Forms, Dress Shields, Satety Belts, Slueve Protectors, etc. Entirely new devices, unprecedented profits. We have ni wbiiw maaing iiw moniniy. Address, with stamp, E. H. CAMPBELL A CO., 9 South May street, Chicago. TO RENT a Cottage with 6 or 8 rooms, in good repair. Address C, this office. AGENTS Address St. Louis Electric Lamp Co., St. Louis. Mo., for Circulars, Cuts nd terms oi Mkcaiid le power Mars nK I e ctr i MlL a mp. OLD GOLD W A TCH-CASES- r etc.. t.T c.h J.N. Ml LK kips. Jewelry, K1.2M Mum. 1 (Hill u';s. N"' l1,0"'. Rones, reailiers .i.vww ana Petals. ena lor r price list. Ne ala. Arl.lnu K 1 GABAV, Agent and Commission Merchant, few WtUHIMibyitCMtt We fling rroflt to the winds ! We bare made all we want this sea son that Is, our bacon and greens and are willing to go without 'lasses on onr buckwheat cakes for the rest of the winter. - We are bound to croak ont monopoly in the Dry Goods Trade of this great and growing city, if we hare to do without the cakes, tool All tho immense bargains we bought or the despairing New York merchants daring the dark days of election doubt, we will throw on the market at their cost to us. Krcmcrs Without Proiit ! First 5000 Cloaks, Wraps, Mantles anil New markets. First Lot Wool Jackets. Coats and Sacques 3. Second Lot Wool Circulars and Newmarkets, 4 OS. Third Lot Russian Circulars, Brocade Circu lars, Raglans, 810 25. Fourth Let of Imported Paris, Berlin, London Jackets and Dolmans at 014 SO. Our fine imported garments, richly trimmed, from the most celebrated makers will be offered at cost. M.&E.G.Kremer&Co AMUSEJHESTS. rr ciTHUiEia TIIEATF.K. "-4 Joseph Bbooks Lessee and Manager THREE KIOITT8-ONE M A T TN E E Com menc iog 'Stiarwitay. Ketember 27 tU. The Charming Soubrette, MISS CARRIE SWAIN! Well known as the Bosorird of the Dramatic bTAOK, under the management ol f BSD U. Maedrb, in her new play, Tlio Islttl T oUor ! Carrie Swain in her world famed character im personations. JNew bongs, liances. etc. Tl V9s Mu.ii.nn Kura Co. M A Y BLOSSOM Hoc. 3-4-5 Tonv Denier' HUMPTY-DUMPTY. STRAYED Olt STOLEN. - mi.R sin REWARD. jYL From the farm of W. W. Bott, near Olive Hranch, Miss., on tiie nifrot or wovemfter l.tn. one hlnrk horse male, about 4 Tears old. left hind hoof turned under, white spot on tbe left shoul der, nnd rather licht booy. Will pay ten do".-. for the mule, delivered to me. 'w. BOTT. TT0-- AND PONY From h. Lawhorn. one bay horse pony, branded on right shoulder, white spot in face, 2 or3white feet; one white horse, 10 or 12 years old, about 15 hands high. A liberal reward-for their return to 34 Front St., or information where they can be found. . O0W Red and white (nearly white) cowi marked, crop in one ear, under-bit in the ether; short tail; bored in horns. Liberal re ward if returned to A. M. Wood. 240 Roes avenue. INDIAN PONIES From Cullin's pasture, on old Raleigh road, Monday night, Sept. iSKh, four Indian ponies two bays, and the others can not describe, but would know them upon sight, ror which I offer $10 reward for their return to Schillin-..lr,rd. IT. R. CLARKE. FOR RENT OR LE&SE. BALL PLACE Situated Ju-t routh-ast of the eity, haying 3U0 acres of cleared land and finely improved ; well adapted for stock and grac ing farm. Will rent as a whole or in separate tracts, as parties may prefer. The farming stock on the farm is for salo or rent. The corn and provender in sufficient quantity on the place to run it for the yearl8tv. is for sale to the tenant or tenants. Inquire of W. C DUNN, on tile place, or to F. W. ROVSTFR CO , 278 Mnin rt. FOR REST; DESWABLB ROOMS Furnished or unfar mshed, t201 Third street. X500M mj0rtaMy furnished room: every J-V convenience; relerencos, at 142 iuauison si. PLANTATION In Tunica Co., Miss., 2 miles from Trotter's Landing: 400 ncrea in cultiva tion. Apply to CALVIN PERKINS, 34 Madison. THE GOOD BTOREB rNos. 844 Main street and !S Union street. Apply to HUGH A. HAMILTON, at Brmh E. L. and P. Co.'s oBice, No. 5 Promenade stroet. Tfrr JEFFERSON ST. New house, 5 minutes -Li7 I walk of Court Square. H. L. OUION. HOUSE Cor. Third and Washington streets, - in i"d repair, to responsible party. In quire at premises. MY OLD RESIDENCE On Walker avenue, frontinr on Elmwood street-car line, con taining 15 aores: no place is more beautiful in the suburbs of Memphis. Possession given 1st January. AodIv at &i Union street. JOSEPH LFNOW. CIOTTAG E No. 422 Court street extended ; i J firsVclass repair. Apply at Li TLE SniELDS'S. KIS Main St.. DWELLING 253 Biale street : 10 foom, water closet on each floor, hot and cold water, two bathrooms, stables, and all improvements of a modern dwelling; will rent furnished or nntur nish'ti, or will sell furnitnre. Apply on prem isos, or at FRIEDMAN BROS. OFFICES Two large commodious offices, front rooms, at 38 Madison street. J. L GOODLOE, Attorney. ROOMS For gentlemen, in vrivate family, At 67 Union street. STOREHOUSE OR STARLE-3060 feet, with ample lot, on McCatl street, west ot Gayoso House. WM. L. VANCE, 3t Shelby st. IpURSISHED frot rood, wilh board; also, 3 1 cr i uay boarders wonted in private family, 5 minutes walk of Court Square. B, thiB oJice. ROOMS Unfurnished, without board, at 406 Shelby street, corner Linden. NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS At 326 Second street, opposite Rrackett's stable. Apply at 48 MONROE ST. N ICELY furnished front room, southern ex- FOB SALE. LEASE And part furniture of desirable dwell inghouse, 8 rooms, fire minutes walk of Court Square. Address. L. C, this office. Pol; Fa OLAND-CHINA PIGS-Bred at Holly Grove few Very fine young Boars for sale. Address il. olll!3itT, viarston. Am. T7ERY CHEAP Base burner Office Stove; may be seen at A. 11. KQHLBRf 3c CO.'S, 36 Main st. DESIRABLE COUNTRY HOME The Fisher Place, on the Poplar streot boulevard, 4.j miles from the -city, consisting of about 15 acres, wilh a rood dwellinehouse. 8 rooms, and neces sary outhouses ; an excellent cistern. Apply to B. F. HALLER.23J Front st. kNK 6-HORSE-POWKR ENGINE As good as W new. Address W. T. BASKS. Love Station, Mies. QTOCK OF GROCERIES Good will of store: kJ house, good location; : fair rent. Aoolv to D. M. , this office. WAIT ICE HOUSE We will, on Monday. December 1, 1S84, exposo to sale and sell to tbe highest bidder, for cauh, all our right and interest iu the buildings, improvement, etc., on the property known as the " Wait Ice House, Memphis, Tenn. fc):,le ou the premises at 11 o'clock a.m., and purchaser will be required to remove improvements at once. UHARl-Ullbi it. -W..11T. BOHLEN HUSE MACHINE A LAKE ICE CO. PLANTATION Of 1(27 acres in Hardeman county, Tenn., 7 miles southeast of Boiivar; good improvements and mostly good land; plen ty oi tenant nouses ana lanor on tne place; win be sold very cheap. Apply to M INTER PARKER or A. J. MARTIN, :!39 Main st. T7INE PLANTATION At Clarkedale. on Mem I? phis and Vicksbarg Railroad, in Coahoma county, M its., splendidly improved, above any ovorSow.-aud rents for $2G(.I0 per year; f47 acres in tract, itiil) acros in high slate of cultivation. Also, a number ot otner piacos on tms rauroau Apply to MINTER PARKER. or A. J. MARTIN. ZHJ Main street. CIHoICE RESIDENCE LOT High, healthy, elevated: several forest trees: nar the Boulevard: dimensions 305 by 205. Apply early lo p. nan-nvju. Agent, xo wn.iisnn IJU AETON Fine new phaeton, for sale cheap. Inquire at llollonberg'"s Musio House. A BEAUTIFUL FARM-Of 320 acres, 2P0 open andin cultivation. 2 miles south of Bnilev's. on M. and C. Railroad. Nice dwelling, two new barns, winumiit. ana all improvements ana con venience needed on a urt-clasg farm. All now and in good order. Will be sold very low and on very reasonable terms ot payment. R. A. PAKKER, 3(59 Front st LARGE MULES and 5 HORSES Apply to aiaii jnonagnan, jenerson stroec, or JOS. BUKNEV. New Raleieh road MRS. W. R. CUNNINGHAM Is now here from California to sell her home on Jackson street, near Rayburn and Poston avenues; nice reaidenoe and grounds, bee . Y. A. WHEATLEY. 281 Main et "L5IAN0S-L0W FOR CASH Good second hand l- bTRiNWAT riANo; secoud-hnnd Knabk Pi ano (coHt new $sooi ; These Pianos must oo one new VYkrkk Piano. sold. Good chance for a bargain. K. W1TZMANN ic CO. TjIANO One new dpright Emerson Piano. 3- X string Unison Cabinet Grand; will soli at a sacrince. lau at corner Mxtn ana Jaoltson streets, tort Pickering. Hawkins's drug store. OOD FAMILY MARE X An.ly at 110 Market stroet. TENNESSEE STATE CERTIFICATES) Re- ceivable for any and all dues to the State. GVr.KTO.N A GROSVENOR H i ti ' w 1 V.. .ml u : . . i .. ; .. I, .. 1 l ......... uuiouoia UVUHl now being built on lifth st.. h,t. Kri ,n. ncei, ueiseu; o rooms, outnonses oomplete, ex cellent well and oistern : lot 52 by Itv icet, on street car line. Apply to MINTER PAKKER or A. J. ma til is, aw jiain streot, cor. Madison. OLD PAPERS CHEAP AT THIS OFFICE. InXUINK A second-hand No. 3 Ames Engine, Vi 12-hor e power; good as new, and very r.-.ivip. rwiM r.vt .y mack A b, :i front St. I LSIDkNOK lyil Cnrroll avuuue. Good ncigh- amtraimu. ensy tonus, .j . i'. Aioan. rei Main "OOILER A gooa second hand Boiler tor sale Executor'a Sale. rTNDE the will of L L. Davis, deceased, we D otfer ior s?.le the plant.-ttion threemiles back ot Dieasoe s banding, M. rrancis county. Ark. containing 4KS acres, ol which 225 are cleared with dwelliiiKhouhe, eight cabins, ginhouse anc gin, six mules, planting implements. et3. Also a trai't of about 200 nvres at Bland's Land ing. Bead ot island 4d. helby county, Tenn. about 75 acres cleared, with dwellinirhnii,.- ak in, etc. One-lhird cash ; balance in one and two yenrs Av'y to u. ir. t lourcoy nt BW Ivoe i.. inning, n cnthi rK-rd .v 11,-, il Mon'i, or ui, ,uii. 'niwrs .it .i.in-cvw, icon. M. C. DAVIS Kxeoutrix K. A. DAVIS. Kxonit.ir. " ,f dook ire- AGJUiOY. lOOfaltasuisssisji. X. AMUSEMENTS. The Wild West Show at Olympic Park A Memphis Manager Conserra tory of Music Opened Grand Drawing, of Prlies at St Peter's Bazar Carrie Swain at Lcubrle's. The opening concert ol the Oonserva- tory of Music, ot which Mrs. Lou Fitta is principal, and which is nituatnd in the Lee mock, look piaco last night, i no audience was larue and very select, and the enter tainment was of the most pioasing chara cter, rellecting credit upon the Conserva tory. Nt. retcr'n ltaaar. The itrand drawing of prises took place at St. Peter's bazar last night, in the pres ence of a largo crowd, and the inteiest was intense. The closing night of the bazar was in every respect successful. t rT cj ! 1 1 aihi I 1 a i rtt if li fits Kaon raolSnar1 vvuoiuv,! avuiv ax vaawj auew wv -v a vaiisivu and the bazar has been a financial as well s a social success. Carrie Bwaln. This charming toubrette, who managed to keep her audience in a roar of laughter in spite of her execrable play, the Little Joker, appears at matinee and for the last time to-night. A Merapbla Manager. Hanazer Wilson,, who was so successful with a little Memphis concert company at Jackson ana uiarnsviue Monday ana Tuesday evenings of this week, leaves for mtir) kock to-mgnt to arrange lor the ap pearance of three or four standard attrac tions at that place, Pine Bluff and Hot Springs. Tna Wild West, A novel entertainment was given at Ulympic i"arlc yesterday evening; bv - But falo Bill and his company of Indians and scouts. In spito of the rather inclement weather, there were about 1500 people on the grounds, who relished the exhibition intensely. I he race between the Ameri can, Indian and Mexican riders and the luuian dancers, aart-tnrowing, arrow- sbooting, chasing of wild cattle, ndiog and tawet shootins! were all aDDreciated. Capt, Bogardus, the champion wing-shot of the world, aided by his sons, gave a most astonishing exhibition of rapid, ac curate snooting wun Dotu snotgun and rifle. There were races on the native horses of the plains and blooded stock from one of Buffalo Bill's stock farms at North Platte, in Nebraska, with exbibitionsoi tbe saddling and riding of mustangs, on whose backs. fsW things except the lightning could long remain. .Mounted a lDor. ougtbred hoy iJaio Bill dashes around ue track at break-neck speed, shooting at class balls. Biding his horse without touching the bridle, he sends ball after ball from his repeating rifle, shattering every ball in the air, no matter how high or in what direction thrown, while the audience shouts and applauds his brilliant exhibition of nerve and skill. One of the most realistic features of the entertain, ment is the exciting rnn oi ihe old Dead wood stage, which is attacked by a band of Indians, who swoop down npon it like a hurricane, and are routed after a .hand-to-hand conflict by a squad of cowboys. The at tact and defense of a pioneer's cabin is one of the most exciting events of the day. Another exhibition will be given at 2:30 o'clock to-day, and the clos ing performance to-morrow afternoon at the same hour. Capt. Bogardus called at the Appbal office last night and exhibited his splendid trophies. He has many medals and Mouvtniri of his matches ia all parts of the world, which he wears when he is ex hibiting his powers. The first was won May !; 1571, at Fleetwood Park, New York, for the championship of America. xue snot was at pigeons, and he Won we medal. The second medal is the Loril lard, won at Stanford, Conn., October 2, 1874. The third was won on the grounds of the Welch Harp, London, England. The i-hoot was at 100 birds, half English and half American rules. Capt. Bogardus won, and, as he was leafing the grounds, Unfurled an American flag which he had secreted in the carriage. Great cheering greeted this act. -His fourth great contest was at Deerfoot Park, L. I., in 1377. This match was at glass balls, in another match he won a most beautiful silver cup. He is justly proud of all these trophies. and says no man alive can take them awav from him. FetI's Theater, Tbe company at this house this week is first-class. To-night they make their last appearance. Next week an entire new company commence their engagement. ihe blare are tne rorresters and tno Mil ton brothers supported by a full company; PERSONALS. L. Watebmax met with quite a serious accident a week ago, resulting in a sprained ankle, with which he is still con fined to his room. Alfred Botd, Mason's Depot! Col. D. J. Pierce; Prand High Priest; Royal Arch Chapter of the State, of Chattanooga, vis ited the Merchants' Exchange yesterday. T. J. Barxard, contracting freight agent of the Louisville, New Orleans and Texas railroad, is now located at 11 Monroe street, where he will sign bills lading and give rates. J. S. Cbopbr, Providence : J. W. Baker. Dyereburg; D. J. Pierce, Chattanooga; W. is. Matthews. Chattanooga : Frank Trimble, tiomerville; W. L. Hill, Darda nelle; II. A. Sneed, Jackson, visited the Cotton Exchange yesterday. Messes. Editors Permit me through youv columns to express the thanks of myself and family to the members of my congregation and other friends for their visit to my house on Thanksgiving eve, and for their substantial tokens of regard. E. M. RICHARDSON. LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. LiitU Joker at matinee to-day. Carrie Swain appears to-night for the last time. The biggest sensation, of the season is the Wild West show. A full line of Sunday reading at Mansford's, 208 Main street. License to marry was issued Yester day to Henry Steele and Martha Keeves. In the Criminal Court vesterdav a nnmber of persons were tried for violating the four-mile law and acquitted. The labor agent, H. 1). Hevdman. who was a fused before JudVe Hadden yester day of swindling laborers, was discharged with a reprimand. A young man named George Leonard, who vawned some personal articles be longing to his room-mate, Dr. Thomas, is in a bad way. He was sent to jail by Judge Hadden yesterday. The Wild West procession will start at 1 o'clock to-day from their boat at the landing to Olympic Park. Trains leave tho Louisville and Nashville depot at 2 and 2:15 o'clock p.m. for the grounds. At Lenbrie's Theater Monday May Blossom, with the original Madison Square Company and scenery, will be produced. This is said to be one of the best of the many successful plays sent out by Parson Mallory. " A band of music was out yesterday advertising the new short line from Mem phis to St. Louis, by way of the Kansas City, Springfield and Memphis and the Iron Mountain railroads, connection being nmJe at Hoxie. The two children of Belle Flaonisan, who was sentenced to six months for vagTancy, procured that notorious female a release from jail yesterday. So long as she was imprisoned they were absolutely deprived of a protector and must suffer. A runaway couple were married on Thanksgiving day by Jnatice Cross in the presence of half a dozen curious court house habitues. They were W. C. Ham mond and his cousin, Mies R.J.Ham mond. The orange blooms were replaced by hayseed. This has been a very eventful week in cotton circles. Tho receipts for the week ending last night were 33,934. The great est receipts ol any previous week were during the week preceding, when 33,706 bales were received. The port receipts for the week were 283,587, against 282,347 b.iles for tho week ending October 21, 1SS4, which was the previous greatest weeK. It is estimated that there were not less than S00 or 1000 amateur sportsmen in the woods around .Memphis on Ihanksgivujs; clay, ami the rattie of firearms soumWt lr-e a continual volley of musketry. Sap sui'ters, Dine jays ana sparrows wero slaughtered without mercy, and it was as much as a woodpecker's life was worth to show his head. A few who went ont into the fields fifteen or twenty miles from the city bauaed plenty of game birds, but no body bad any phenomenal luck, and fish ermen none at an. In the Circuit Court the case of Hig- gins rs. tiie i;nesapeaae, utuo and South western Kailroad Company for S'iCOO d.nn res m on tiial. Tbe s"it was hmiiirht a-'itinst the lailroad company by Margaret K. Higzins, a widow, ' -oand, wla!e i'etmir as enaineor 'on bis engine, which struck : Oie asgiiit. from. th to' :r . the engineer to death. The grounds for the auit ia that Higaina reported his en gine to be defective before taking it out on hia final trip. The company will en deavor to show that If tne engineer bad been more cautious he could have avoided the collision between the coa and engine. LAW REPORTS. CirrnltCoart Pleree, Jadf. Motions will be heard from 9 to 0:30 o'clock to-dav. At 9:30 o'clock the trial Vf tbe case of Higsina vs. the Chesapeake, Ohio and Southwestern Kailroad Uompany will be resumed. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. The devisees of Geo. N.Candoe.deceased, to Thra. II. Allen, lot on Madison street, l'4x70 feet, for $10,000. J. roppuno and wife, to Adam Uart- man, lot -0, block ti.', north aide Unoiaon street, 45xl!)01 feet, for $090. J03ESB0R0, ARK. Ab Ineendlary Fire Wedding; Belle aid Ilapploeaa ror Two Tho Trade of tbe Town The Appeal. lOOaBKSPORDIHCI or THI APPKAL-1 Jonesboho, November 26. Brookland, a little village in the northern part of this county, had quite a blaze yesterday morn ing about 2 o'clock. The fire originated in i. P. Hancock's house (general mer chandise) which with the stock was a total loss. Johnston & Wynne, family groceries, and J. F. Leslie's warehouse also burned. Johnston & Wynne lost everything. Leslie's loss was very slight, having gotten nearly everything out of his house before the fire reached it. Total loss, about 13000. J. P. Hancock had $2000 insurance on building and stock. The other parties had no insurance. The cause of the fire is supposed to he incen diary. , , The wedding bells are to ring out in our .ittie city once more to-night. Mr. T. J. Elder, late cf this place, but more recently a prominent young merchant of Brook land, will lead to the altar Miss Jennie Culberhouse, tbe beautiful daughter of Col. T. D. Culberhouse, of this place. "Tom's" many friends here heartily con gratulate him in being so fortunate as to draw such a prize. Miss Jennie is a great favorite in Jonesboro society, and she will be greatly missed here. The Ladies' Aid Society will give an oyster supper here to-night for the benefit of the Methodist church. Mr. J. D. Black, formerly a young law student of this place, but now a full fledged lawyer of Wittsburg, is in town shaking hands with his many friends. Jefi is quite popular here, end we are al ways giaa to see nsro. : Jonesboro lias Rtrilr-lr annftar l,i,iL1;,i Kboora. Several business h nnse.q sra nnur in process of erection, and a number oi handsome residences will soon be under Way. Cotton is coming in freely. Our mer chants are paying Memphis and St. Louis prices, and are doing a prosperous busi ness. The trade of this town, which one year ago was nearly all going to St. Louis, is now rapidly turning to Memphis, and if Memphis merchants will continue to use proper energy there is no reason why they should not Control the entire busi ness of this section. Memphis has much the advantage in freight rates, and is so much more accessible that odr trade is bound to go there. I am glad to see that the Appeal, as a newspaper, is fast coming into favor here. A year ago it was a difficult matter to sell a Memphis paner in the town, but no the people see that they can get the Ap peal nearly twenty-tour hours ahead of the St. Louis papers, and they prefer it. - A. L. M. . WILL SELL TO-DAY IN BOYS' DEPARTMENT, - 150 Tricot Suits, for $5 85 ; the usual price $8 50 and $10. - Lot of Odd Pants, for 97c. 100 Elegant Velveteen Suits, $4 90 marked down from J 9, to close. 100 doz Handsome Polo Caps, for 25c. S LAP'S HATS. We open to-day new Derbys. New Broadway Silk Hats, SO. New Fifik Avenue Hats, 5. New Caesimere Eusiness Suits. New Drero and Ball Suits. New Overcoats and t'lsterettes. MIL.L.EVEUY. To-day we will sell our $3 50 Children's Trimmed Hats for $2. To-day we will sell a dollar Felt Hat for 50c. To-day we will sell a very Handsome Trimmed Bonnet for 3 50. To day we will sell the greatest of bar gai'na in Ladies' Fancy Bonnets such as are usually sold for $2 and $2 50, made of Chenille, Tinsel and Velvet, all at Ihe I'alforDi Price of 87c. This extraordinary offer is worthy of every lady's attention. MEMiKS'S. LOCAL MOTlCJffl. But your Shirts at May's. Buy try pure sure Hope Soap. American watches at Thayer's, 205 Main Call and see the lovely Baby Grand Hollenberg. Dr. W. B. Rogers has moved his resi dence to 275 Vance street, corner Wel liDston street. Telephone 815. Tus Herbal Chill Cure, the best tonic and anti-ieriodin known. A certain and sure cure for cliills. Price $1 per bottle. Send stamp for circulars. Any reference given. Address John C. Rucker, Lyncbbers, Va. We have a lot of carpets, mattings and carpet borderiug. Also all kinds and sizes of i rates, fenders and fronts, heating and cooking Btoves, Ior sale cheap. GtORUE GABAY. Corner oi lieale and Shelby. No safer remedy can be had for coughs and colds, or any trouble of the throat than "Brown's Bronchial Troches." Price twenty-five cents. Sold only in bo ves. TnE finest naayenaise dressing for all kinds of 'salads, cold meats, raw tomatoes, rickled salmon, cabbage, etc., is Durkee's Salad Dressing. It is, besides, more economical than home-made. Do not foreet to add to your 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, manulactured by Dr. J. G. B. Siegort & Sons. Sec and Admire The fiaest piano ever Drought to this market, and a real work of art, is now on exhibition at Hoilenberg's . No. 2 9 Main street. A IriiKgislN Story. Mr. Isaac C. Chapman, druggist, New- burg, N. l ., writes us: "I have for the past ten yeats sold several gross of Dr. William Hall's Balsam for the Lungs. I can say of it what I cannot say of any other medicine. I have never beard a customer sneak of it but to praise its vir tnes in the highest manner. I have recommended it in a great many cases of whooping cough witi the happiest e Beets. I have used it in mv own lamiiy ior many years; in fact, always have a bottle in the medicine closet ready lor use. Ju&t Received, J00 cases of thj Celebrated James Means $3 Shoes, in all styles. VOEOELI k CO.'S.. 271 and 410 Main st. Dandrnfr 18 REMOVED BY THE USE OP COCOA1SK, And it stimulatesand promotes thegrowth of the hair. Burnett's Flavoring Extracts are the best. Finest gold spectacles at Thayer's. 1I11I, Fontaine A Co., Sole scents for Home Stomach Bitters, Home Sanative Cordial. Sold free of United Statet ipecial tax. Furniture. Special sale of bed-room suits this week at Ames. Beattie & Co.'s.. Noa. 363 and 365 Main street Also carpets, parlor furniture, etc.. wholoiale and retail. For fine diamonds no ' Th Iyer's. Wliit Pie! Mince IMesX Made of the cuiebrated Joseph Specht mince meat, nice and aoicv. fresh every day, at 37 Madiaon at CIRCUS CYCLONE. Another Show Stranded on These Un friendly Shores A Lot of Canvag and Cariosities Attached for a Debt of $100 A Nnmber of PoTertj-Strlcken Performers on Starvation's Brink. . The small end of another circus waa struck by a legal cyclone yesterday morn ing at 11 o'clock npon its arrival at the Memphis and Charleston railroad depot. The bandmaster, Ike Hall, who had a claim of $100 against Hicks & Co.'s circus for services rendered, got out an attach ment before Justice Spelman, and it was at once served by his deputy, John Camp bell, upon a side show at the depot men tioned. Tbe properly consisted of three bundles of canvas, two bundles of poles, five boxes of curiosities and a gasoline chandelier. At 2 o'clock in the afternoon the suit was heard by Justice Spelman, before whom a vioorocs defense was made by O'Brien, the manager of Hicks & Co.'s show, and br Ben Patton. who' claimed to be the owner ot the prop erty Dy virtue ot a bill of sale, which he displayed. Justice Spelman gave judg ment for Hall, declaring that he bad no right to entertain any evidence as to the ownership of the property and had onlv to deal with the indebtedness, which was proven by the plaintiff and admitted by defendant. If it was true, as Stated, that THX goods attached did not rightfully belong to Hicks & Co., but to Patton, the latter had his remedy, which was by replevin. O'Brien said Patton did not have a cent and that his wife and children .were here without food or a place to sleep and no money to purchase either. Some four or five men were in the sa te deplorable sit uation. Moet of them were present at the trial, and when the decision was ren dered behaved as if the last plank be tween them and perdition had been KNOCKED FROM UNDER. It was evidently their intention toy give an exhibition of some kind, with the hope oi raising enough money to live. They are now entirely without the means of Bupoort Hicks A Co. started from Cincinnati October 24th last, lta. aboiit thirty peo ple, some ot them very good perlormerg, They tad no. horses and no menagerie, and their exnibitiohs wef9 a mixture of juggling, minstrelsy, acrobatic and rope- walking. They traveled down the CINCINNATI SOUTHERN RAILROAD, exbibitire at all tbe towns of any rize on that line, took the Memphis and Charles ton railroad at Chattanooga, and alter series of mishaps arrived at Huntsville, where the show was stranded by an at tachment for f 130 sued out by tbe pro prietor of the Stegall House. A number of the people came to Memphis and the balance scattered to the four corners of the earth. This is the second circus to go to pieces in Memphis during the past ten days. The member of tho Jackson show, with a few exception are still in the city. and all of them penniless. Thfet wonld have suffered for lood ex ept for the aid of a few charitably disposed persons. .These, with the Hicks people, make about 100 tumblers, jugglers Kadi mysteries and wild boys of Borneo added to the floating population. Thirty-four attachment) which were sued out by the employes of the Jackson show will cause the sale of all of the property next Mon3ay. It includea an elephant, lion, catamount, monieys. biids, petrified whales, and a large num ber of nne horses. Advice to Mother. Mrs. Wicslow's Poothipg Syrap should always he used when children are catting teeth. It relieves the little Bufferer at once ; it produces natural, quiet sleep by relieving the child from pain, and the lit tle cherub awakes as "bright as a button." It is very pleasant to the taste, soothes the child, softens the gnms, allays all pain, re lieves wind, regulates the bowels and is the best known remedy for diarrhea whether arising from teething or other causes, i wenty-tive cents a Dottle. Fink French clocks at Tbayer's,265 Main The finest piano ever brought to this city is now on exhibition at HOLLENBERQ'a, 3. Walsh, I'ndortakcr, 3301 8oond street, pswr Union. . fiiraiiibic Blood Purifiers and Mtln Ueaii UHer. A GROWTH OF IIAJK. While nsinr tout Cuticcsa for chanced hands. it Occurred t? me to try it for dandruff, from which I suffered a great deal, an t it. not only speedily cured the dandruff, bat restored the har to large bald spot previously ntirely destituts of hsir. It is now an inch in length. JOlIN II. PARKE, Master bark "John E. Chase," Boston Harbor. SOKE HaHDS. Your CcTtcrRA Rkukdics arc justly receiving great recognition. Ihe miners find the Ucticuka Isoaf splendid for cleansing the kin, and tboee who have tor years sntierea rrom sore nom can not say enougn in praife of itand Ccticcea. u. if uiris&b, Dconeia, vol. CHAPPED HANDS. T Tut hnen nfline the CnTICU-tA Soap for Chapped Bands, and find it gives better satisfac tion and operates more quickly than anything I cave ever trieu. its cieancing quannes nou uoi icate perfume recommend it as a most desirable soap. W. F. PARKER, Chariottesburg, Ky. DOING UOOD. I was sick a long time and tried several doctors. They could not do me any good, and then 1 tried Cutici-ra Rgmcniita and they curud me. Ihey are doing a great deal of good in this country II. BALLED, Cornirhvillo, Ky. WITH GOOD REBTJI T i. I have used vour CmcritA RkiiS' "S with god results for Scrofula and Sralo Dis ag for a num ber of years. it. tt.. 1 AM an. ilorneusvuie, a. i. WORKS UHK Jf AOICV ToutClticcba Soap I prescribe in all (fat ins of the skin, and it works like mavic. i ii. n ni i uu, jsmv. 14 Central Music Hall, Chicago, I1L For sale every where. Price: CutiorBA, 50o. Co- ticuba Soap, 25c, Cuticuba Ruholvknt, II. Potter Drug and Chemical Co., Boston ffTK fl TfT'l1 V For Skin Blemishes, nse MMU A. J M. M. the Cotici'ba Sor T A TITTt! Just published, "Treatise on MJA11MUS I Self Development of tbe Femsle Bust and Form." Colored anatomical plate, full explanation, medioal opinions, etn. Mailed sealea lor zuo. sr. u. LTrawer u, uunaio, r. . i . 0. B. PARKER. 8. W. PARKER. . B.PARKER & SON Rental Agents AND REAL ESTATE BROKERS 285 Maiii Street. CSPKClAIi attention (riven to the rental depart kv ment. Clore collections and. prompt settle ments will be our motto. Farm Hands Furnished. A T low rates of transportation, from Georgia XA. and S uth Carolina. Can furnish lino lami- lies. Applications from any point in Arkansas, Texas nnd California promptly attended to. Ap ply to K. A. Williams, Pais. Agent Memphis and Little Unck R K lwt-. Km VOfi AlUnla. Ha. YOUNG & BROTHER, Booksei!er3 and Stationers, 248 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn. SICRKO POEMS Bjr Kit. (J. W. Coonf". R1PID RAMBLING Falkner. BOUND TOGETHER Ike Marvel. MEDICAL DOCKS. CHANCERY SALE OF SEAL ESTATE. No. 4539, R. Chancery Court Of Shelby county State of Tennessee, nse, etc., vs. it. T. V il- snnetal. T Y virtue of an interlocutory decree for fttleen XJ tered in the above cause, on the B'lth day ot May. l$i. M. K 43. page 21S, I will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, in front ot of the Clerk and Master's office, courthouse oi Shelby county, Memphis, Tenn., on Natnrdav. Drrrmbrr 6. 1 !. within legal hours, the following described prop erty, situated in Shelby county, Tenn., to-wit : Lot 241, being 74! feet bj 148!ion the northwett corner of Union end beeond streets, Fourth Ward of the Taxing-District of Shelby county, same fronting 74 feet on west side of Second st'eet, and runniDg bask westward between par allel line' 14S'-4 feet to an alley. Sold as property of U. T. Wilson and Jonn tverton. jr., trustee. Terms of tale On a credit of seven months note with aobd security, bearing interest: lien retained; redemption barred. This November 12, 1884. R. J. BLACK, Clerk and Master. Kv Hart. Millebv. Uenaty nty Clei erk and Master. F. U. and 0. W. HeiskeP. Solicitors sat t'o-ParluerMhip Xolloc MRS. O'TOOLE, Dredsmrnkftr. bu this duy is ftociuted with bor Mina K. JtiDliK. lut Wkth Mudum AleKaindre, ur tbe j.urpoM uf oon duct in tbe business on a better ftle. Sbe Bure her Udy patroni that all orders will be promptly eiited, in the latent style. mwW9 HfMia,i w t. ptiina TEST YOUR BiTO POWDER TQ-BAI! Brands advarttHd as absolutely pore OOittaiw ' jk TtsrneroaaxA. THK TISTl Plaee a can top down oa a aottovntllhmia,ttia rem tbiMveraad smell. A ekeaalM wlUnotfea quired todeteot tne pi DOES HOT COMAIS rrs BAnnuwi isbs aua WKVf l tnamllHoal PRICE BAKING P0WDEBC0., Dr. Price'. Spctial narorini Extracts, Dr. Prloi's bpulln Yeast Gmsi For IJaas. BeastsiT Bread. The Teas la the World. FOR SALE CHIOAOO. BY CROCEM. BT.LOUMi CAPITAL PRIZE $150,000 1 " We do hertbv eerliftl that ws swoermss like r- rangtmtnt for all tk. Monthly and toeit-Awaaai Itramne, v e Loumaxa ocaie uohwt, and in ptnon mnnaa, ami eoatro the JJramxc tkemtetva, and lUat tht ww ore coadiicted m onesty, aimem and in good faith toward ait rarrtet, and we authorize tht Company to ute thUMrtifieate, toil fae-nmilot of our svnatwres attachod, n sis advertisement. ' ' CoBaBtlaaloaora. CXPRECEDESTED ATTRACTION! Over Half million Diatrlbnted. Louisiana State Lottery Comp'y I(rtOTtl in 1 for twenty-bt ym Wj thm In tn re lor r.ancaoni idq vQaviwiifi pur poses, with a capital. ot si.uuu.uou, to wnicn a re serve fund of over fv0,li has since been added. Bv an overwhelming popular v.ote its franchise was made a part of ti.0 ""sent State Coxstitntion, adopted December 2d, A.lr. ! . will take place monthly. It never scales' or post pones. Look at the following Ditrilotion: AltD TH Extraordinary Semi-Annual Dra wing In the Academy of Music", New Orleans, Titksoat,' Ileeember 14, 1894. Under the personal supervision ami manage ment ot . Oea.G.T. BCAl'RMiAHD, of Ldti?ntta,and Uee. JIHAL A. EAKLV. of Virginia. Capital Prize, $150,000. -NOTICE Tickets are Tess Iso'lar. only. Ualves, t ilths, Tenths, 81. LISTOi'PRIZES. . 1 Canital Frir.e of. mJHM,M0 ..o0,n00 1 tirand Prise oi - 1 Orand Prire of.... ...... 2 Large Vf jrcs of. . 4 Wee FriiCS of...... . Prises of. 60 Prises of.. . 100 Prises of.... am) Prizes of .. - Sou Prfrfs of. - 10U0 Prizoa of. - 50,1m... 60,000 2l',(l0 20,MX .(.... 10,(XiO ft.0ll... I,i0..., 5M 2il.... iii... ),ono ),( ,000 SOXK) 40,000 60,000 50,000 2ff,000 IQ.tXH) 60 . ArPBOXlBATIOTf TW.Zr.Tt. 100 Approximation Prises of f0. 110 Approximation Pritea of h. JiKt Approximation Prises oi 7a. 2279 Priiesi autmting to. -i22,500 Application for rates to- eii shnald be made only to the oBice of the Company iii Pew. Orleans. For further information write clearly, firing full addro.'K. FttSTA V tsl'fces Kxpress Money Orders, or New York Exchana. in ordinary let ter. Currency by Kxpress (all sums of to and ap ward at eur expense) abased ft Ar Orlenna, La. orK. A. IArPlls, S07 Kevealh fit-, ttssUrsgtea, D.C or at Wnt onrl KL, Mrnt,hi. Triit. Make P. 0. Money Or lers payable and address Refriterd Letters to ..,, AKH VKLKt.VftlliATIOAI. 11AKK, Srm Orlfani, I .a. aaasji i - - Aaaaaa a a Aaeae A rTT J osol t--tta t.lwi J U iyfr' Gi, 11. ,,. U l.,,rr:,.,iM t( lMilietudMortKI lie l.tv.-u. i:Uil-A S- . ........ I. ..v ,, I "M.o.'r 1! ' n'cj lr.l"..rrari)bll!l J r'fptraitu i -aiwi's m kvaJ j ! - - AlWaUt l.fi,tiid:::-M(T(if una, vsaaeaw. a V. OO J. trT. I Till hi-- n Hhaca. M""1'"'! CrocKJf. JAmc-i CkOi. Orn- -"i mrttj. HLonr !. T niturf. J-w--trt-, tit I ra Asm CIAKS, 332 Front St., Bet. Monroe ami UniPTU Memphis. mm f C! 'irT,( "' .f. Jr sa. ...?' ror aal by J. W. TOESUJ A ,, 271 nnd 41 SIntn st , mpMs,Ttl. A. Kiss by Moonlight. ACTIVE, IWSSIVE and LEGAL KISSES. A Podc-li lim Catched 1b Sound. From t'me Immemorial, no On. will pretend to deny the fact that kUtes have been held in high repute by both sexes whether active or parsive. It has been decided thst a LEGAL KISS implies ACTION on beth parties; but when a lady sim ply consents to be kissed wi'hout sotioo of her ips, it con-titutes only a PASSIVE kiss a sweet deprived of its nectar. Many long years sgo, ti says hi-tory, tbe Span ish student, Victorian, became desperately en amored sith the personal beauty and fasoinating charms of Froeperino, daughter of tbe king of Naples. There exintoJ a wall, bcinga line of de- markation Lctwcen them, which he dale not cross; nevertheless, they managed to exchange eontimonts and arrange clandestine meetings. Mar,y times he scaled the wall at night in order toetealakis ( on tbe fair one while the pal. moonbeams were plaving upon her elassio fea tures; and odo time, while guzing into the depths of her deep blue orhs, in raptuton ecstasy be excliiimcd. " PRiiSPERINti, W1IAT HAST MADE THEE SO I1KAUTIFUL?" "The constant uso of SCIENTIFIC blool pu rifier," was her only responeo. Snugly ensconcetl within a boss-embowered and vinO'Clad verandah, and almost Jiid from view amid sweet scented honeysuckles, was seated a fair Atlanta nymph, whose beautiful dark eyes, alnhatr complexion and volllbtuous contour. teeaed to VK'AE the young getit by her side, who ever and anon, while circumnavigating nr Men- uer waiFi, gave cer a di:c.i anu iddu to tbe amnxeincnt of a pedestlian who happened to be pasfing that beautiful moonlight night. At that moment the lover wes heard to ask, " My o'ear darling Sa-ah Jane, yon are becoming more beautiful every day; your eyes sparkle with more brilliancy, your once pale crerke have bren painted by the roseate hues of nntare, and yon seem tn have entirely regained yonr health. Will v,in tell tne cause of tbe change?" " I have simply wtoi ih:it wonderfully eHTectiv. blood remedy known as B. B- B." Thousands of ladies these days attempt to hid. the many faults of features and complexion, while impure and vitiated blood is holding a high carnival among the organic structures of the bodv. Throw aside vour cosmetics and nainta. discard your life-time medicines, and use a pure ly scientific Blood furiner, wnicn aets speedily and effectually, known as B. B. B. Botanic Blood Balm which can be bad of all druggists at one dollar for large bottles. It purities the blood, softens the skin, beautifies the completion, and adds neaiin and napptnees to an. CONSUMPTION. 1 brepoLttrrav'(lyfor tbHoTd!wr"v, by It at thousands of chmi of th wnrtt fclo't tid if loint isodlng baTebetn cured. lndd,oitrOTiirliiniyfi(h In itiefflcawy tbM I wlllfendTW o liOTTLBS FKEB, toffethr with ft VAL UABLETBKATISEon ihladlaetute. tn any MtitTerer. Olrx- prw p. o. qaro . D&. t. a.U)cum.iu f nakM. T GOLDEN SPECIFIC A POSITIVE (TBE TOM DRUNKENNESS ! OB THE LIQCOB HABIT. Effeotinx a speedy and permanent cure, whether the patient is a moderate drinker i r an alcholio wreck. It can be given in a cop of tea or coffee, without the knowledge of the person takinc it, as it is tasteless and odorless. Thousands of drunk ards have been made temperate men who tav. taken the Golden bpecitic in their, - fie without toeir knowledge, an 1 to-dnv believe thev ouit drinking of their own Irte will. Il is nu- olu,e)y harrolesv Price, T. C.rculars free. UOLOKN BPEOIFICCO., Prop'rs. 1V Hs,-e St , Cincinnati, Ohio. For sal. by A. KESKKRT i CO., Drur fists, 215 Main, corner Adams street, and UO AiaiA, mu JaUfktt ftrnt. alaJMU. Xaaa. IP iCBsTfii lomes tor a enartar at sMBt N stood tbe eouueMt nMetils M, THE TEST CF Tg G3. m w r E H.i.iaSWlJM I .la a,-v cta.i-vi.vi j a k is i- k r -c4 aa tj r 3 mam Imoorier asd Dealer fi WINES. LIQUORS MEMPHIS A Full Line of 1 1 . 1 1 . .1 n: j t im o - mm vraTH solicited iw n o nuu nurttiitr i rwi and Itine Lock. Depot-i. Boxw, BurnUr ChU, ORGILL BROTHERS & CO., Gui lt AuEIiTS 2Jos. 310-313 Troat Stroet MempMi. Tenn. .Mr. A. BKNSETT, formerly of Hall's Safe and Lock Co., hvin rertna his Pitl j' firm, can be fonni a' our office hmwrititending the Safe Department of th i?hJ?F IZtSHiSSm Co., where he will be .la,d to meet parties desiring anything in that line of turnitU niormuoB pcrta'innr r ltF. v snitu or .mil worn. OF CIECUS & MENAGERIE PROPERTY WiH be belJ at Patrick's Cotton Yard, 4 SO Shelby St., Memphis, Tetin., on SSoiulny, Ilcc. 1, 1S81, Commcnelog at 10a.m. CONSISTI.Na OP TUB FOLLOWING PERSONAL PROPERTY : SO Draft Ilorae. Bad Mnlen, 90 not. tlarnetM, Wsissi .wltabl. ror tosusBttiir s , farmtna; psirpMa Bird, JHoakrjra. leata, Poles, Bopts, Toola, , Coo all l't.nll..int ..Itier prepfrly loo mmrwin to swntliti. TYLK Jic TttiAiU are now in their elegant New Quarters, Xo. 33f lrout street, and are prepared to 111! all orders promptly, and irtyite their customers to call npon them. Telephone No. 928. Tobacco and Cigars, WHOLES AXE AND RET ATT,, 217 Main street g.ya;, Memphis. Tenn. 3Sstes9 Doan Co. Yholesale grocers and Cotton Fcre, Wo. IS Union street. Memphis. Tenn. ' ALL COTTON IXfSUUED. emfiF.T.0 Jfos. 75-77-70-S1-S3-S5 Vance street, N. W. SPEERS, Jr., PROPRIETOR. The LARGEST and ONLY COMPLETE GIN in the city. TheBcst Sample and Yield Guaranteed. ANDREW STEWART, Nevr Orleans. ANDREW D. GWYNNK, Moaphlli STEWART, EUnilEl CO., WholesaleGrocers.CottonJ'actors WO. asO A3D 558 FKOXT STREET, JSKSOPJOa, 1?- AKD STEV7ART BROTHERS & COIIPAIiT COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MEKC - WF.W ORI.KAXS. lOITISIAWA. ' Stock Sc Dairy Farm 05 KERB ATESCE, IT EST OF HEKXASDO ROAD, KEA.B MEMPHIS, TEJIJf. JOHN Ii. KEB.it. H. PKBKIH9. KEltr. A PERKINS, : : : Proprietors. TERSCT BVI.L, TIB8 DOBLENAH. A. 1. C. C. 74W. fn. lie, wtlB tee pny- ilese of return next season should the cow not prove with ealf. . . ,. .. f TsB! N na.KM.An is very handsome and of rare breeding, combining as he do the blooa .1 sneb noUd sires as Champion of America, Gray Friar, Alphens. Albert U, aad Imp. .NobleinaB. W Write for Pedigree and inll doeription. mm- W. are eljo KV""mumSJmu and CREAM in large or small quantities. Address J. M. I't.stKlMS. Fll IHE WX20TjHBA.Ij3a GROCERS and COTTON FACTORS, No. 276 Front Street. UemPhln. Tenn. A. VAOCARO & CO, An.NX WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS !78 ArwT 2 FROTTT m. t. -sy;H. r.. w. Late with Brooks, Keel Co. Lata with K. ALSTON, CROWELL & CO. An4 Commission Merchant". jry,Cor Oatf,Br-n, f-P.F O"--'. n tement, Plaster, Bnildlug aud Fire Brlflfs Etc. Cor. Front and Union. No. 1 Howard's flow. Memphis. Moved BROWNE, THE PLDMBEK, 254 SECOND STREET, IJEIJPfflS. W. D. HOOK, IDWARB IfHOLESAXE 3 Tobacco and Cigars, NO. 333 MAIN ST., MEMPHIS. TENN. 'If COTTON ASI COMMISSION MEIaCIIAJsTB, No. 314 Front Street, Corner of Monroe, : : Memphis, Tennessee. Llton! ArtTancca Wll on Wlsamats, .. '' TH0S. L. RISE, President. H. C. HOSKINS, Secretary. Meinpliis IW and MANUFACTURING OO. GALVANIZED IRON WORK, TIN, IRON AND SLATE HOOFING Iron Fences, Hctal Skylights. TELEPHONE No. SOI. 436 and 438 Main St., and 21 and 23 Mulberry St Memphis. niKKfrrONR N. M. Jones. James T.ee. Jr. If. C. Warinner. R. 0. Oraves. Tho. I. Hist. . J. C. HEELT. m. H. Brooks, Neelv k Co. WHOLESAIsEI GROCEf RI AM) COMMISSION MERCHANTS. If o. 867 Trent street, : : SXenphU. Tenn AGENOT Safes on Hand. rm xr.wif TVati Vftolt lilt. tn wt. CoinbtnfttloA pbiosi ' -m lUUro-wi ud Xzptmi Weiwocer lioxu. VAIi. SACKS FUHMISUEn. . . WM ! STRT! MEMPgnS, rnnwEi,!., . C. Buchanan Co. Late of Batasvill. Uisa. BOON, W. II. lOTIKB DEALERS JOT FACTORS GK0. i. KKLLDSL Bap'l BROOKS. , at. BKEI.T. FACTORS L0R& GO