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S. JO.
ii U rfff lpt ( larper,
lasted stack of C1SSI1IEEES,W0BSTEDS,SIIT1GS
aid OTEKC01TI5GS, (aU
Haas.) tbaa was erer taown
tack ccaiprlsoi the choicest
aad aeat d arable goods In gentlemen's wear.
$fjT Samples anal Prices on
wko have 4eft measures.
r i tw sif ft
New Stock Open for Inspection
"TIT E weu'd roe 'eetfut'y announce to tbe public that we have oponet an Auction Hnure,
VV and will conduct the General Auction Business, lit our olil stand, Ko. I eialsa
Rlreet, in the Weintrr Blook. Having secured t.ie servioes of Maj. J. K. MrUO.N ALU, the
well knowa Anetion Sale 'man, who rvisalong experience in the unction business, we are
prepared tomake aa'c at HKSiDEN' KS or KlOKhliuUSKS, and will ray particular atten
tion to the tale of (toil R-tnte and solicit a liberal patronage, an our motto is QUICK SALKS
aid PROMPT rjETl'LHMUNT. We will make epeoial rales with Attorneys, Adminis
trators. Aasignrea, Sheriffs. Coinmisaioneri and Guardians. Salea at our Suleroonis daily
at 10 o'oloek a.m and at 7 o'clock pro., and Trade Sa ea onoo a week, the day to be an
nounced hereafter. Oonsignmenta of Merchandise of every kind solicited.
K UKNTtlOtF at CO., J.IcciimhI Auctioneer.
.1. R. MnPONALTl, Melman. , ,
One Week and Saturday Mntinee Begin
ning neonfiny, aimnbr sola The
Distinguished American Aotre.'s,
Tuesday and Wedneeday evenings,
Thursday. Friday and Saturday eveninga,
FAIIKtlK. llt.AKaft,
By Clinton Stuart, Ktej.
Superb east Costumes by Worth.
Qrttd Maii'.ee Saturdy.
Open Daily from 1 nntll 10:30 p.m.
Open Saturdays iron ll a.m. to 11 p.m.
Engagement Extraordinary This Week. Bee
And a boat ol other Woadera.
9 Talented Star Artiets-8.
for 8lb"obTkase7
BBACTIFITL IIOME-Throa miles from
oty, on Poplar at., eor. Tresevant ate.,
Vi acres, 8 aere giore, ro t under plow,
lneuire at 47S iVtisiss ppi avenue
C10W On Thursday, near neon, two oowai
one a black, wilh orr p and hole in one
ear and slit and nolo iu tho other; the
other, red and ahito allotted, w-th a swallow
fork in 'ight ear; teats have blaok marks.
A suitable reward for tbeir return to mo,
near corner of Lane avenue nnd Ayre" s'reet.
1ALL AT 193 D 1530 10 STKKKT and have
an elegant rtresi made to' 15. bhort
Wraps and Cutting and Fiitinn ladies'
Dreencs ft specialty.
Pleane wnle to your F. M. n.
"1 K T 110: K 4 i.aOKILI. to w-.lher strip
your niiors and windows There is solid
comfort and economy in this. Curnerbco
ond wnd MnHjs'n streets
H.J 1). WnllK-atJ Alain, eor. Jeffer
son ft. Offlcf tolcnnne 81 ; residince 6.
CUSTKK.Nb-Builtand reiiaired and war-
ranted. Inventor of the bauitary Port
land Cement Pump. Contractor and brick
layer IVItIioi k. thos cukrtns.
J Address "Membr.ihlp," Appeal efGoe,
fiee that eost t3U0. Address P. O. Box 18.
GR0CKHT bTORE-Stook and futures,
at oed stand, di.ina wood paying busi
ness. Cheap te sjuiok purchaser.
H. B. Ol LLEN.4 Madlaon it.
A fid '08 J., this offioe.
AT A BAHOAIN-A good paying German
Boardinghoiae In Helena, Ark., owner
wishing to retire. For further particulars.
Inquire at BRUNKK'B, in Helena. Ark.
ITZFBLD'S Oil, Flnidand Oas Stoves,
tor J'gat BouseKfepmg, us gecena st.
FEW Beating Stoya. second hand, good
as new, Cheap, an LVKLU, Heoond.
Address W.( this offioe.
LOT Choice Fort Pickering lot: no olty
taxes. DR. H1NSON, TN Main St.
FRAMIOettacetOnoor. Raybnrn ar. and
Georgia ft. i lot S6il70, with a houso oft
rooms, in goad order. This is a ehoiee piece
of property, and onn be purehaaed on easy
monthly payment by payint part cash. Ap
ply Minter Parkeror A. J. Martin, 1M Main.
PLANT ATION-On the Arkansas River,
Lineeln County 600 acres in high state
of cultivation ; 1 MO sores in tract; well im
proved ; steam gin, I large barns. 21 good cab
ins and handsome dwelling, 7 rootx.s, with 20
acres lawn in front. Liberal terms. Apply to
Vi and H Front street, Memphis,
or 1. a WAR RETT. Barassa, Ark.
ITBFeXD'aOil, Vapor and Oas Stoves
for liunt aonieieeplng. gH recond Bt.
CJ08B AND LOT The J. A. Hayea, Jr.,
XI rnsidonee. No. Mi Vance street. Apply
to W. O. HATrP, State National Bank.
TjR 8ALI CUBAP-Noi Washington
X1 Hand Prase, for nine-column papert
. goea sa pew. nejuire at lie, ar union st.
AT F. A. Jones k Co.'s., one nice gentle
baggy MARK that any lady eaa drive
ar nee persWtly safe.
RBctDSNOC-Nes. 8 and M Market at. t
Inroodrepalrt lotoTHilWS- Apply to
M.C. sIHNBDyT 4TSMosby st.
. litUeaeed. asrd in good eondltioa. Ap
THR lease and Dxtores of the St. El a
Hotel, Meridian, Miss, Twenty-five
eommedtous roema, within three minutes
walk of the Union Depot; large sample
room en the street next door; now doing a
food bnsineee and popular. Caa be had at a
bargain if srplted for within the next thirty
days. Apply to Oaarlee Klmire, proprietor,
Meridian, Miae.
OM MATERIAL In the storehouses and
Senate Bailding, occupied by B. Low
emetein A Bros.'; must be removed atonoe.
Apply to JOHN RKID, Builder.
NKAT COTI AOB-Of aii rooms, and lot
isMkM, M Dean avenue. Inquire on
CUKAP-Oae second-hand RoCKAW AY,
nearly as good as new, at 1M Unit n at.
C4DAd EOlNll POSTS For aale by
J W. R. LAKKIN. Larainsvilln, Ala.
WOOILA W H l'ML ri FARM- In thestad
one thoroagbrirrd I'.unning Horse; fee
(BO. Vae Trnttinii llr.rse; fee, tlO. OneJer.
ser liuii: fee. 2.ro For bi.-30 Ucrsea,
S Mileh Cowa, V bead Butcher Cattle, Pea
eeeks and Newfoundland Pupa. Hornea on
pasture. per month: Texas horses, 10c per
w. Teletiheae JOSEPH kVRM.V,S)2.
m ff
more Tarlcd and better se-
this seasoa'i Imports.
la tbfi market. The
deslgas, fluent texture!
application to those
C tOW White and bluett, giving milk. Ap
) ply on my place, 2'i Qi 1 1 e - nut on Union
avenue. JACOIl HUOUKY.
"'ABLE BOARD The best tho market af
, fords, ' At 87 COURT STRKEf.
board, at U bl.
At 117 liinden street.
ST. JAMBS HOUSE-68 Adams street.
Rooms, with or without board.
F00MS AND BOARD 0a be had at
w 85 ADAMS ST.
ROOMS-Desirab'.e rooms, with board,
RONT ROOM Furoished, with board,
can oe oaa m uou" street.
ROOMS AND DOARD-Firet claes i.oard
and well lurniahed rooms; day boarders
accommodated, at 75 Adams stroet.
FMJRNISIIRD R0 MS-Wilh or without
board; table boarrler war. tod ; 121 Court.
ESIRABLE ROOXS-With board, at
72 MADIS'J i .
ROOMS-Furniahod, with hoBrd,
AtHl r-helbr stToet.
T00MS Pleasant furnishd rooms, with
LV board, for laiiios orrcntlou en. Terms
very reasonahli. r;"2 Court Extended,
OKAUTIFUL front rooms, sinsle or ea
O suite, furnishod or unlurnished, with or
wlthnnt ho.rd : ot ner rooms. I'M HHi nnrt st.
CI IRLS-M No. 90 Bosle st , 6ve girls to
T wrap Indian OoagnC'tndy. Call bet, 10
und 12 a.m. "HnzTiir'oo" Indinn .Med. Co.
J. E. FLEMING, Ocnoml Agent.
TTniTB OTRIAi C-ok- Call immedi
VV atelv attf7Monrr.es'. Mrs W.K. Bruce.
SITUATION By a young man as book
keeper or aaleaman. Jsnuarv 1, 1887; oan
oommubd a very good trade on the Arkansas
river; refurenois lurnifhed. Ad'lrcss
K. tV'.L.. Hle Bluff. A'k.
IOOV Nice room in private fami'y, fur
V niched or uniurnithed; miift be near
Court Square; rote re Does exchaured. Ad
dress C J . . t ils otlice.
LE3SON' In stenography, f om a compe
teut tea'her, who oan aive leKSona nt
puniTa rer-idenee rne or two eveniniraot eaLh
week. Address YOUNG LADY, this office.
IMMEDIATELY A diningroom boy,
At 72 Maditon a'..
THE LAIiIKS To know they can learn to
cut and fit their own drescoi, by calling
at No 19! Desoto street. Minple, eaaily
learned, cheap.
GOOD colnred hostler, rough rnrpenter
and whitewashes Koom II. Poahody.
babr. Apply at 260 Adaraa atreet. Ref-
TO BUY A building lot in Fort Picker
ing, on monthly paymenta of 25 a
month. Address M. L. MOORE, city.
AWMIIL MAN-A Urat-olasa sawmill
ninu, une wu is rauaoie or insingoDarge
of a mill of SO.CUO per day capacity; mast be
thoroughly competent and understand all
the details ot toe huaineas, niaehinery, etc.;
none other will answer. AH dress
FRANK MER1GOLD, Merigold. Miaa.
OOOD HORHK-SU0KR8 Steady work.
F. WYMAL. 36 Washington St.
POSITION-By a practical farmer of seve
ral years' experience in farming and
management of labor, as Manager on ootton
plantation; aaiisfaotory refereneee given.
Address M., 57 Linden street.
TW0 8ALB3MEN-To sell our line ofEm
broideriea to firat-alaaa trade in Tennes
see and Arkansas on commission; Can be
earriod as a side line. Addresa. -itti re!er
eneea. MORISSE k .MAl.'RKR,
600, 602 and 601 WMhingtc n Ave.. St. Lonia.
Apply at 85 Beale street.
Onfi TEAMS-AtMporday; 100 Drivers
fJ yJyJ ai 11.60 per day. Pay every Satur
day night. 2SXJ Siation Hon j will pay from
12 to 17 cents per yard. Baft work on the
levee; no roots; no grubbing; all new work
infields. Go'd camps. Inquire of
F. A. JONES A CO., 61 Monroe street,
or on works of Forrest k Co.. Anstin, Min.
TINNER-Bood Job worker: steady job;
good wages. Wossendort k Kichberg.
SALESMEN la every B to te in the lj' Ion
torenreeert a PAINT MANUFACTUR-U-Ut
ESIAhLISHMKNT having several
SpxoUI.THS that are nonnlar and easy sell.
Ing. Can be handlod alone or in connection
with other goods. Addresa TUB WM. B.
A i Chambers House.
SITUATION By eolered man as driver,
porter, or anyjhoneat work. Appeal.
C"t COD Colored Chambermaid,
T At 72 Madison atreet.
CtOOK-Good trat-clasa cook at 299 Seo
J ond atreet, op-ataira.
"DOOMS Two or three unfurnished rooms
XV by two persons. Aprly at Schilling's
Boardinghonae, Adams street.
AGENTS-la every town to sell Pianos
and Organs. HQUCK k CO., Memphis.
AY BOARDERS Or without rooms.
At Vi East Court street.
order in beat styles at
OOMS Well furnished rooms, No. 81
Liinden atrer.
MAN An intelligent.earneat man to rep
resent, in his own locality, a large re
sponsible house. A remunerative salary to
npht party. Steady position References
eichanged. American Manufacturing House,
Its Barclay M.. IN. Y,
in W t'tATttERS Uishest carb
IKJy J pnee paid by HABAY . Memphis.
next thirty days for 81 50.
241 Main sroei.
Ll GOLD k SILVER For ah or ex
ohango. ML LKOKl, Jewe er, -"4 Main
0.i Ilia Drpirlure for ahTil.r
Fritz's LVt'iu on "I hiiken Pie"
The Feast iif the Elks.
L,8St Minray tre .vawrori eociety
en vo an I alian J.rner to Col. II. M.
Doak, a a fi-reweil ei ti rtain inect, at
the residence ot Mr. 1, holari, Ko. 884
Beaie anttct. iiie Kiiesis who astern
bled at (he uppoii teJ Lour were an
folio wa:
Mr. J. M. Keating, Col. H. M. Doak,
( apt. J. 11, Alathes, Maj. K. Whitmore,
T. O. Connor, O P. Bard.
At'y Geo. G. Peters, Gen G. P. M. Turner.
JoeMatcini, N. Malatoata,
V. Uiovanelti, G. Podeata,
D. Cenalo. A. Vaccaro,
L. Frits. i'ostyonnial.Mr.lleinti, Kansas 0.,
L. Solari, Frank Ellis,
J. Laureuil, Fred R. lire nan,
E. J. Badinelli.
Dinner buig announced, tbe griPets
were Mcoite to trie dtninii room. Mai.
E. Whitmoie, G and Mac, tking the
head of the table and Col. Doak tbe
Tbe Iiaiian dint er was cf tbo meet
delicious ctiargcier, tnil was a perfect
pUceof work in ihe art tuisice. The
mat a oui, stullYd piiklea, turkey,
Ita'iau cookttd incita of maay kinile,
Ita'ian ead" uriil vpgatrthlee, lnacioaa
urapps and cthe- train male np (he
menu. Tne na were cluret aud
Kelly I latd ea aw :a.
When the aubrtentiaJs and dclira
cka wi-ra pie ty well ei juytd audthe
ripe who put tho suctta in the best
of gord hurjiors. Grnd Mao WLit
mote Pircan and pripo;eil tbe torat of
the diy 'Our Guett." Co'. Daak
responded in n moat happy mannvr,
and spoke febllngly as to leaving hia
Memptia fripnila to ctgaie in other
pursuits at Na'hvil'o. When be eat
down a rouLd of bppIbuch followed,
and as it tubsid d Col. J. M. Keating
waa tailed to hia lot t at d spoke at
JeuRtU in a humorous vein, which
was sad end lively by turns,
while hedifeourefd upon the different
tubj 'Cls pri fcr.tid to his mind by ihe
otcasior. G. n. U. P. M. Turner fol
io wtd in a most eri ivable talk and
jlhencamo iu rapid sncctps on Attor-
ney General I'wte's, Col. C. E Mer
lin, Capt. J. JJarvey Matlics, U. 1'.
Bi-rd, A. Vat'coro, Mr. JieiLta, Joe
Maccini and mht re. Mr. Louis Fritz,
of tbe ronl-Jimnud, rtad the following
atnucing poem ou
Gentlemen, I beg your pardon,
But you really must excuse,
For I fear in oratory
I the Engliah might misuse.
Oft at evening's entertainment
I reoeive tho flattering call
From my German friends of Memphis
To address them, but 'tis all
In the language of a I essing,
Herder, Klopstock, Goethe, too,
But in this tonsue 1 would never
Venture to converse with you.
Yet, not quite so awful awkward
As 1 am in plain, cold prore,
Not ao apt to make a blunder
Am I that's what 1 supposelt
In tho supple art of making
Rhymes not everybody'a taate ;
Rhyme's a thing that's born lor sanctum's
Spacious "buskotwith a waato."
Thus I make a blnnd confession,
And I hope you'll pardon me,
That, to spare me humiliation,
1 do to tne mutos Hoe.
Well, already I feci sorry,
Actually sorry that 1 spoke;
Pray, do tell me lricudu, hut could I
Say in pruiee of Mr. Doak?
When I read tho morning papers
Of this city yesterday.
When 1 rend tho'e farewell speeches,
1 to deep dispair gave way.
Such display of oratory.
Of One thoughts tuib graceful flow,
Such a precious word mosaic,
Why, it beats ov'n Cicoto. .
And my hnart grow an 1 and sadder,
It olt tike a lump of cloy.
After such niott brilliant t-pecooes
Whut i.i iclt tor luo to say
Ah.poormel I drew my Fuller
By the dimly flickering light.
There I sat and vainly scribliled
All the long and chilly night.
And at liut I dropped my pencil,
For my manuscript to tear;
My attempt at oratory
1 gave up in wild despair.
But Hi is morn I had a visit
From the all inspiring muse.
Ita result I now moat humbly
In theae vurscs introduce.
Mr. Donk. the hour of parting,
I hat sod moment, it is nigh;
Your eye rests on Macaroni,
But our mind on "chicken pie."
Yes, you think of brhhter future,
w hon you will be, Mr. Doak,
Free from editorial duties,
Free Irom journeliain's yoke.
And though I mvself would like to
roiuetiiiies draw on Uncle Sam,
I dolare, 1 leel so happy,
That you "got there all ihe same."
And I hope that when jou land at
Yonder fair and biirpy shore,
Where the "chicken pies" are plenty.
You will think of daya of yore;
Of our pretty little oity,
Of the "boys" here and their press,
And how they would like to tackle
"Chicken pie" quite to excess.
For I'm sure that you will rise yet
Rise yet probably so high
That you bend your stately Igure
Under Presidential sky,
W Ith my best wishes for your future,
I will cease my rhymes to tell ;
Here's to you, tbe poet, scholar.
Here's to you, friond Doak, farewell 1
Mr. j. So'a'i, chief cookonian, se
cured lbs attantion of ths guests, and
stated tba'. ha had been requested to
r. ad the f ilowinir:
At a meeting of the Mscaronian So
ciety the following preamble and reso
lutions were unanimously adopted :
WnBRRAS, The members cf the Mac
aronian Sjck ty have learned with re
gret t'.at Col. II. M. Doak, editor rf
the Avalancltt, is coon to surrender
tbat honorable positiou, which be bas
ao ably and couiteouHlv tilled, and will
leave Memphis in order to engage in
other puisuits; t.'ioiif re, ba it
Raohtd by ths Vararonian Society,
Tha', r.bi e we rfgri t bis departure,
we are pleated t j know that bis lot
will be cant in plemnnt places.
Heiohtd, Tf at wo tender here oar
siccertBt gocd wishes for his future
prosperity and bappinees, and we as
sure him tbat the friendship of every
Macaronian will follow him wherever
he casts his lot tones and whatever late
may bi fall him.
ikwt'fd.TbRt a CDpy of these resolu
tions be presented to Col. Dak as a
testimonial of respect and regard. ,
K. WHITMORE, Orand Mae.
L. SOLARI. Chief Co koBian.
E. J. BADINELLI. Claretonian.
Col. Doak thanked the aociity for
tbe compiimect in brief language and
then after a few mr re extemporaneous
speeches Mr. . J. Badinelli, clareto
nian, extended to the guests an invi
tation irom tbe Memphis Branch of
the Ordtr cf Elks to visit tbeir ball
that everiiDg end par,icipa'e iu a ban
quet, which invitation was cccepted
and the meals le.'t tbe table, having
enjoyed some tbrse hours of feasting
and speoch making.
The Meniphis brarch -f the order of
F.Iks is noted for its liberality and
hospitality, both cf which they ably
stiBta' nt-d on Fur day evening by pre
senting to the invttd jiuex-ts an en
tertainment coniisting of excellont
music by a fine orchestia end band
and on sprciaity luHruiiug.LJ, it
shadow exhibition cWerly uivett, and
nuny other aratisir g feaiure pteu lar
to the beneVi'li'lit 1'. kg. A delightlnl
barqmt f illowi'd, which was ms,t
enjoyable not only on cce.nint of the
Bide viauds whii-b rovnred the tablfs.
bu' also on amount of tbe rlegtr.t
soeches that eie made by (art T.
J. M'tfartby, Col. I)r.k, V Key
ing, Mr. llein e, Mr. l. u.is F. ita and
many ttt ern. It waa 12 o'clock when
the fes'ivitiua cl .s:d tad t':e guests
What Taaa Ba Hn m the .! Slorei
of B. . rnl o
Not long einca K. G. Cia'g A Co.
c Acrid prises for the beet seeds and
gtasefs of many kinds raised by
farmers in Ttnne, 6ie and adjomit g
States; also a prisi of $10 for tne bett
pound of butter made in this part of
tbe country, and on wu'cu an award
will be made this af eroo n by a com
mit'ee appointed hv President Cnaee
of ihe Merchants' Exchange. In con
eequence of this enterpr.se or, the
patt of Craig & Co,, they have now on
exhibition at tl eir store cnUni n
atreet, bot ween Mair. and Second, some
fifty aptcimena of home n ade butter
that cannot be excelled iu any North
ern or Western Mate. A number of
thece specimens ctm ft om Mitsii
sippl, fioua the Ilcruaudo Croamury,
and ytsterdav tbo ctcr.mety tint op a
ran containing thirty gallons of
delicious buiiertuilk, wl.ich was giwu
away to all viBitorr. Amtthor canfnl
of buttermilk will ba diatribnttd to
day, Thetxtdbit ia nnetRttractivi,
and it ahowa; wU-it. Weat Tcnuessoo,
Norih Alabimn, North Mississippi and
Kdattra Arkansas cuu co.
The great pntcba'e ff 1000
Eleces cf English D.e"S g;ods
ought by Mr. J. 8. Menken at
less than ball va ne will be placed
on our counters this morning
At a Slight Advance on Cost.
Read the Sacrificing Prices.
At lie. Striped Twilled Cishmer
etto for Ladies' and Children's
Wear; chtap at 20c.
At 27c, EogiBh H. rso Wool
Suitings, double width; regular
prite 42jo.
At 15c, BiirriU Cloth, In all tbe
new shades; cheap at 26c.
At 02Jc, English Pin Check Tail
or Suitings, just tbe tbing for
Walking Costumes and Chil
dren's School Dressts genteel,
warm goods; fully woitb 60t.
At r0c, Double VVidth Argora
Whol French D;anonil Cloth,
really worth 75c a yard.
AtlSJc, Gray Tuilltd Gorge for
- Traveling Suits, worth double.
At C0f, The celebrated Asco'.
Checas, double wid h of Camel's
Wool; Bold all over at $1 a
wonderful brain.
At 75c, Gunuiro Thibet Cuinel
Hair Twilled Suiting, in plain
colors, all nw aha es, beautiful,
soft finish for elegant drapeiy;
worth fl 25.
CO Fashionable and Elegtnt Patiu
Dress Patterns, eutiruly uew in
coloring and design, imported
lo sell for $.'0 each. We will
ee l them today
Th'nk of itt a 120 Beautiful Dress
Pattern, new desiun and all
wool, at 18 75 only.
COO Misses' and Children's com
mon Bense
School Cloaks.
From 4 fo 8 years at 3 25.
From 10 to 10 years at S3 75.
tbe rush at oar "Great Carpet
Sale" yesterday many could not be
waited on as we desired ; therefore,
as the "Great Carpet Sale" will be
continued all this wexk, wa have
increased our force in tbat depart
ment, to all can be properly served.
Now is your opportunity to get
fine Carpets at v ry low prices.
Diamonds) at Slnlforti't.
A DragKlisl'a Ntory.
Mr. Isaao C. Chapman, druggist.
Newburg, N. Y., writes us: "I have
for the past ten years sold several
gross ef 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 speak of
it but to praise its virtues in tha high
est manner. I bave recommended it
in a areat many cases of whooping
cough, with ths happiest eflecta. I
bave used it in my own family for
many yaara; in fact, always bave a
l Kittle in the medicine closet ready for
Fine WaUb Repairing, MnlfordV
liny tbe Beat.
Rn In T atMiyna in Odd Fallow
building, for tbe best and pret lest
ba'.a ana bonnets, which are offered
vrry low.
Fine H'atrliei at Nnlferd'as.
Mis. Wigt,ow's Soiithiso Svanr ahould
alwaya be used fcr children teething. It
soothes the child, aoftena the sums, allays
all pain, ourea wind colic, and is the best
remedy lor tUirrbea; 2Sc a bottle.
Fine Jcncl'7 at Miilf-trd'H.
Mr. Hutoi Stuart's New I'lty,
"Faliliiul HeartH," to Bo Pro
duced Thursday Mi; lit.
Miss Kate Forsyth, the leading
lady who S7 ably fiipi orto l John Mc
Cuilough. in tho a nith of his caiver,
made htr sp:n-eratica last rnht ar tho
Memphis Theater in MarctUe, a
new play by JO. Koat-h sod J. A
Knox. The r u'iiet:ce that we'e ui'il
Miss Forsyth was larg, refined, iuttl
ligentacd critical, hut sympathst c
withal, so rx iu h so that a reot.'l wrs
insittod , upon after tbre cut
of the fivo acts. The paly
Is in tome respects, a ilb
appolnhnect, and It must be regarded
as unfortunate tl at the abilities of
Miss Fotsytheand her excellent com
pany should be I andirapped by po
loost-ly cor etrue'ed and iiigbly im
prohibit) a story aa tbat which form
the plot of Mmcfllf. It Is tbo ttory of
ajealorjB tu band, driven to abiurJ
suspicions if Ids w'fs's fidelity, by
means of the fliniBient devices,
all emanating from tho brain
of h vilh'u In the dirynise
of a fiiend, whf, angered by th wife's
indignant rVpuites of b's owu dmhott
orablo pdvaucis, sttks to rtvunce
himself by poiiooing tbo husbaud's
mind against her. Iu this his r?uc e S
is corrilete, and through f inr acta the
audience la treated to an exhibition f
inane m'dnliiy on tho pnr: of ihe htm
bind that ix only s.'.ved fr inbltm ali
mrd by tho ipectucle nf tbo suller
ing it causes. The hn bind and
wifp, t ft- r four octi 1if s para ion
are happily rftiritfd, aud the infa
mons vilutiu who ha plnnnad all the
miBi hlrf, and whom everyone longs to
throttle, is forge t'en but not forgiven
iua butst of mugnan'mity poss bin
only on tbe stage. Tne dtaiogtin is
only fair, at no tune rising above ti e
commonplace and sometituos degen
erating into bosh. A thin vo n ot
humor mils through tbe play out of
tbn lirs of "Hhan Brady,A a faltiiful
Irish servsnt.cleverly aclod bt Mr. J II.
i ' . , I i.. . . . L. ..I...,, il.
r lizpiti nc. m.B rorPTlii piaya vio
title rolu with ability, grace and rift-
motion, and wat panitularly elltctive
in the emctional scenes with which
i ho play abounds. We hope lo sue
ber in some p ay wortbh r of Iter
nbilitioe before ber prcst nt engago-
ment clrses. Miss Forsyth is sup
ported by a ftiong company. Mr.
Frank Loses pinys tho jttalous hus
band very well, and Mr. Htinry Holland
played "l'all Danville," tile vidain,
In a thoroughly ar.Mic manner.
"Fnllbrul Hearts."
On Thursday right thrss who go to
the New Memphis Theater wiil enjoy
Ihe rare novo ty of being presort at
the "first night" of a play. Faithful
llfartt will then see the light for tha
first time, and the best critical talent
of Memphis will doubtless be ou' to
pafs judgmant upon it, Mr. Clinton
rtuarr, Ihe author, is here, giving bis
personal d reel ion to its production by
Miss Kate Forsjth'a Company, and is
foitunsts iu having such capable in
terpreter?. Mies Kills; 4'lieitltiniu.
Nashville Unim: It is with nu
small degree of pleasure that we givo
spare to ti e following neat ompli
ment by the New York il.rror, the
fotemost ilraina ie authority iu Iho
country :
Miss Cheatham is attracting a great deal of
atteution in the Wwiirn pre a liy her pora
forioance in the Tktt titnfk Uttr. with Mo
(' nil's company. Tina la ftlis Cneathain's
llrstsea ou in ooraio opera. Her singing is
eipecially priibad.
Mies Ki tv'd host of friends in lb s
city have been anx-ouj abont hi-r
nbimnte sticeeFB iu bur chosen fiild,
but so 11 ttterng a nicn'ion in the col
umriB of a dratuatii joutnid, which is
the r.cognia dctandurd in al ma'ttra
rula ing to tbo stage, wi 1 give them
comfort and eticouiatimeiit. Iu puri
tanical ci'C es Misi Kilty has been the
o jeet of foma tensuie for adooting
the etaKf, but it is not just. She is
but consciously following the light of
her goniu3, and instead of burying
the ta'ont given htr in making au
lu nest ai d ambitious eflort to add to
it. No little woman ever bad a hiitbor
or lot ier ptirp ito in view than M as
Kitty when shedetldtd to take the
step, which we predict will end in
success, though it may have been in
tbe eetimutiou of some of her friends
a mistake.
Kmnli Abbott Coining;.
Emma Abbott will produce a delight
ful etrusof operas next week at the
Memphis Theater, opening Monday
evening with the JtWo, thocharming
melodies of wbith still enthant lame
audiences whenever it is announced
to be given. Mikado also on Saturday
night. Tuesday, Lucrttia Jlorgia will
be given for the first t me in Mem
phis. Wednesday, the Chimtt ef tfor
mandy will be revived, and the cele
brated lullaby Bong from Erminie, tbe
great New York success will bs sung.
A Thanksgiving matinee of lUhtmian
Girl will oe given, and on Thursday
evening the grand opera of Fauti, for
which the Abbott artists are pecu
liarly fitted. Friday, the Parisian suc
cess, Ovrpino, Hit Cobbler and the Fairy,
anil Saturday matinee, the sparkling
opera of Martha. I he allenti m of the
publio is already engaged in the com
ing opera season and when the box
tflice opens Thursday mornitg tbe
sale of reserved Beats will bogin rap
idly. Hew Fnriiltare I
Just received and now opening, a
car load of floe Furniture, handsome
fiarlor suits in ant que cak, walna',
mt. mahogany and cherry.
Chairs In a'l grades and styles ; also
a largs and handsome Line of eorpets,
rags, art I quires and laoe curtains.
Purchaseta will find a complete stock
of all goods needed for housekeeping,
all of which we are glad to show, and
to eell aa may suit them, low for cash
or on easy installments.
G. W. FlriHIR,
174 Beeend street, opposite Cos t betters.
Smoking Fireplace.
Every housekeeper knows some
thing about tbe troubles caused by
smoking fireplace1, which are among
the greatest nuisances to ba met with.
One of tbe important things to be at
tended to in all homes is to see that
tbe grates are -set properly, and that
the fireplaces are correctly built. Mr.
N. Lemon, at 41 Gayoso street, ia an
ex pert at this business, and bas patent
ed some arrangements that enable
him to correct smoky chimneys and
to get tbe greatest heat from the fuel.
All who want fireplaces or chimnejs
ramelied ahonld apply ti Mr. Lemon,
wbOEe work will give sitlsfaotion.
Holiday Pretseuta. IHnlford'H.
is bsmovb j ar Tin t:sn o ccooaiats,
And it B'.iraulates and promote tbe
growth of the hair.
Burner's Flsvoi'n '"jiM'W'Uaratba
Tailor and Importer.
MT.r JTJCK Is aew eomp'ete. The I.ergeet, Choleest and
Moat Varied I neve aver olTerea la aaempbie, oonsisung of aU tie
NovKi.ni. i sraNi v IIIMM.S, iioiisii iNi au
thk LAirar aiKLSta. ovKiicMiATi-i.ie Ann saNcy'
FAINTAMIoma in great variety, all of the LATKST DKaiUrYS,
latro4ucad by tha Leading Importers of Knglend, riwsoe anal Oar-
inany. I wish tn make SPKt AL
the publio to call and tnap.-t any
Cor. Stoond and Jaffarson
Boiler Works.
dllEA MCCARTHY, Propr's,
140, 142, 144 Front, Momphis.
ia the South, and ha only complete
Boiler and bliet Iron Works in tho oiiy.
Manularlnrers or airitty I'lale Ir,u.
worst ol rvrry larlplln. tlooiiil
attenlioa given to plantitiou work.
Mk5t(( Ihtl diltM.1 al' wIllOlKlH.lt't Itl'l lkitll at a 1 1 I of 1 1 k
tlljp tvnimnt I if ailirtonitHltHHuitUiMt iM ttiu LI V E K
iir all iMmilriiiibi u( tlttn ktiul, mu-lt tut ToiDKlity
tiiu lavni', ttilli'iintitiMi, Nnrvuiii l',Hpala, litiN
tliiu, lrnKiilitri( ot tliu tittJii- IXjuMllimtlun. l' lalu
Mtuoy, KiauLuUntia antl burning of tue hii'inin'li
irwtii"titim calltnl lliwkKhunt), Miwini, alKjjuiit,
lliotNly l-'lui. Ottilia anil tfvir, Dntuklioua I-uvit,
KiUau.i(iuu iHidara r alUT hvvtirn, CUr.HHiu Ihur
rhrn. Ibmi J AnteuUtam. IIsiuIbm VimiI llnatii.
lmtjiDlRrillM turlduiiUl i M'm.Uttet, lt'ir!"K-
tu a rtiJtly. htiiliy tjtJtrr. It piitiniljr ruumw l. w
I. ( tiny Hiirt:a. 1, - imo trf Umi Vw AUrrwir
u'fi r'uriietif ,f tk ilsWitUaJ W Pitluiihtt tunic,
l-ursnle hyull llnuarlsta. Prloa SI .00 per Uittlo,
C. F. STADICER, Proprlotor,
140 PO. FRONT ST., Phlladolph.a, Pa.
Teia ntCI.T or tu
aenerxtur is madeex
pressly tor tho our.
of degeneration ol
the generative
them to heivltbv notion. Do hot cnnlouni)
this with Klectrie Belts advertised to ours
all tils from head to too. it ta fur the UNk
.....IA. O !...! !!.. - ,..
I'vuiuu i.ui i'w.v. -iiv ..ii i.uiitr. hiv (ii v iuii
jiformatlinn, address Cheevor Kleotrto bell
On.. H't Whinvton alrel. t'hlcni, .III
Cream BuIe
aives Ke'lef at
onoeand Cares
Hay Fever.
or Powder. Fro
from In J u rlou
Drugs and Offon
sirs odors.
A naetliilA Is Mnntleil IvilnAiinh nostril and
is aiirouahle. Price WI oeuta at il'uugiata;
Hv nii.il. rnulstAriiil. SOoAtits.
Circulars troe.
KI.Y IIHUr!.,lJrugKlsts,i)wegi, W
Importers and dealers 111 Wnne, Aiiuiiaa.
ailllon and Hahlajg I'awaiM, liall.letrw'
llsirilwnro, ICIHilrl Mnlla ! Aae
nnnelnlora for llotela and Ksidenoea,aa0
Mnlil elrewl, Mlisril, lean. Kleotrit
euppllas always on band, hepatrln neatly
M7 and Sioy-T. LOUIS,
N. Second St, A V YMJssoJUl.,
suinrrAOTCnxna or
Young & Brother,
Kookaellers and Stationem,
MH Malai HU, Memphis, Teuu
a wcw HtirrLT or
JI7NT iu;cf.ivi:i.
TrnHtcc'H Sale.
TjMILURK having been mad In the pey
V ment of the indebtedness seeured in a
trust deed made by O. M. Padgett aod wife,
Kate Padgett, on the 24th day of March, IHKi,
and recorded in book 142, page jSu. Keaiater'a
office of Nbelby eouniy, Teonesse-, in pur
auance of the power therein conferred, we
will, on
Natardsir, ajovrannteir 90, 1MM,
between tha Boars of U o'clock m. and 1
o'clock p.m., at the south gat ot Uourt
b'linare, fn Memphis. Tenn., sell to the high
est bidder, foreaah. the lollowing real estate,
lying near the aouth line of the city ol Mem-
f.bla, Shelby eounty. Tenneaiee, described as
ollowai One tract of land in Fort Pickarlrg,
and being block 45 of the la" da conveyed by
Willoughbt Williams to John 0. McLemore
at al., on the SSth day of December, 167. as
appears from platol same in plat book Ne.
1, pages 6 and 6, of Register's office, which
block fronts litOleelon Van Buren and Cof
fee streets and 1VS feet on Armstrong and
KroDt streets. ... , .
Kiuity ot redemption, dower and hoine
ateid expressly waived. Title believed to be
'I rastees.
VI at your own home, I
Its causes, and a new
4 auceeaatul tai
. bv one who was deal
iwentv-elaht years. Treated by most ol
the notod speciallsls without benefit.. Ocean
atUHKi.r in luree monios. nu aioce laen
hundreds of otfars. full part'.culiirs sent
unaiipllcatioo. T. B. VA i K.
No. 41 tV est Slat street, New York City.
Mulford, Jeweler, 2114 Main street
solicits orders I font Cie count rj.
uuwn I'lttna. itfuitAon), ra, tto. o
AUR AN f II ii Invnlunb . it i wt iua
fur tvii tliwiftrfw. lint will CURB nil rtllfn(f ol
Uio LIVER, 91 04 ACH null BOWELS. It
rliaviuritM Um rdtntilivxiiin fivm at witur. iJ ow tlnitv
y tv-VAyi r;uipLt i Vgans. There is no
Vfj,! FOHy uilsukeabon tbiain
. Ai !. ' .strument th eon
liivjW Itlnunus strocm ot
Rlbkfe'l' Y KLSCTRICIT V per-IWl-
KlV irt nW I meatina through tba
aaii iu ii iti!i s
aim, ilYW.-' ,
' "I
l KNTIOM torn
niUNIgl(ii,vi'sio,:u .t
Mimphlt, Tann.
ULK-Krnm my place in Fort Pickering,
lit. on the 9:h instant, one acrrel horaa
rcnle, ten or twelve yoara old. "Will pay a
liberal reward fur hia ictura to W. A. f aires'
atable, n on atreet. or for information that
will lead to hia recovery
OR.SH-On November 8th, from Mrs B.
irn. i i a urm, aix miles Iron Mem-
Phis, one iron gra horse. 5 years old, .bout
!'' hands hi.li. .rm,l .11 r.,,,n,i lik...i
reward if dniive-el at Rnbarl lKiekwood'a
atuhle, .L'l hcond street, Momnliis.
ON V-Sorrol pony, with ahite ss.it o a
furrhead. KniJcr will be rewarded hy
returning Jiim to s. . I ,1,,, "fi Mi.nrue street.
MULKS-tin ths nisht i.f (i, t. :l.,!t uitieg
et ofCalliervillc.il blank msremulolt
one eh.iut four ,n;ir old, in good bx ana
trimmed up, with lit lo whna sp it under
ll Ihe other, t:n or twelve eir id,
roush, and m t so well trimmed. Keward
for int'ortnntinn, or -oturn of mulus to J. W.
loul.g, 'i hum is, "r
W. T I'll H'R, P. IHrville, T.-nn.
nut ki:xt.
MV 0L1 KKHl DKNCH On Walsor avo
I'Uo, directly opposite u.y proent resi
dence, ou Heron, do and lilmwncd streetcar
line, two milrs snnthsiisi from 0q t Mjuare,
containing filleen aires, ten acres nf which
cm ba cultivated, ihe entire i lxcu in p,r
(cct repair. Nine run. us. wth a'l ii'csary
outhouses: tlirru cisterns, hve acres with
beaut tul forot tro -a in y ird and gr ia Iota.
It is the mi st hniutilul In tha eiibui -bs of
Mo in b ia . Mill be loused for one, two or
t"re esrs. Possession 1st of Jeousrv or
immediately if dii.ire-1. Arply at 'li I'nion
strei-t nrjit mv residence. JiH. tKX'-W.
STtlHY Frame. K rtxiics, larve ysnt Sey.
enth, near Catolin . Hit, LAI llr.Nt'E,
NHWLY furnished fiont room, with elo
gant board, lor single genllsmuUt eT
JJ00M3 Two unfurnished rooms. ""
IIlHNI.SlIKDKOOMS-SuitaMo for gent?
J a n il I i sj h thn rk minat , at I'll Hun roa.
10()MS two moo tiona" ri eiua, auitabla
V mr an, tletiinn and wile or two ) nung
uien. at 112 Pontoi. e sireet. near cr line.
Vh; If Uoii'Atle-A rlio'nn anili,.chenT
1 curnur Orlaana and Broadway, conven
ient to both street car lliim.
MU CII1,I.KN,J Msdlson st.
"TluhLYrurii.iied ttoi m. i"U'hero espn
1' sure and sonny, without beard, in pri
vate family) relereucoi given an 4 rciriired.
Address A. II., tics cfB-e.
OuM -A furnished rouiu.
nt !iOJ U ni.in street.
EAT llktcii CV)T r'AHK-Wlt'hS rooms,
good oiatern, No. 77 Pontotoc. Apply at
no. si rum iimiu HI.
1 (,7 JKFFKKSoN SI'KKKT-lrooir.s.
Is"! Apply al .12 Madison street. "
rpil K til 1.11 UKT l'LA C U Corner ay b orn
1- avenuo and Jackson street; twe atory
frame, about 24 acres I md, trails tif h 1 1 kind,
fine truit and v.gotably aaidan, Militant
for a series of years, Alro, ano'.her place,
aome alx acres, near (Jaatoa'si fine vines
and fruit, with residence
L. H. McF A R LA NDjM Msdjson st.
HOUriK-Wtth'slx rooma. ApplyarMe .
Mulhcrry street. DR. POOL.
IV Noa. 8. 9 and 1(1 In Cotton Kiehenga
Building, on second Hour, fronting on ciecoaa
a rent, lormorly occupied by M. B, and A.
R. R. Apply at. II Mudiaon atreet.
liMDKNCE At lllr) Adama street.
V For portlc'ilars Inquire nf Dr. Willatt.
ClOTTAUK rAoven rnoiiia, on Waiker ave
' niie, on Klmwood street car line. Apply
eLlo Union st. JUSJLHNOW.
LAR(1K STORK -First Boor aud oolfar.
with side and roar mtuuMi, Noa. Sul
and H 11 Main sttent.
OKr-lliKS-Mo. Wl Second street.
ROU.VIn-For light housekeeping, Ne. 371
Poplur street, over drugsto e.
DWKLLlNtiS -Nns 3lH Main stroet i 110
Court street end V Quiiuby street.
VAOA.V r I.OT.S A .i,l.v to
It. B. SNOWUKM or J. L. UO'iDI.llR,
-IS MsdiBim atreet.
MhWO RilOMS At 2KI Carroll avenuet vwo
X linos of cars.
RO0MH-Ploaant rooms, fururshed II
desired , with roforen reseat l Madieem.
K- ()')M.S-Two, nicely Turri'eheij suitable
for gentloincn ; five minutes' walk from
Court Siiuaro. Ail.lro-a X. Y.
DOIIBLK CUTrA'llt-On ViTgTaia ve
nue, fivo minutes' walk lo street earsi
new, cheap and convenient. Cn'l "t Ml Kay
bnrn for particulars. Mrs. E. I. WRIUHT.
(FjCE First floor
At 32 Madison street.
4K L lit! A N T RtJO.VI S-A t M M ai Ue t atrwet I
sinsle or en suite, furnished or unlur
niahed, good water, and near buaineas.
PLEASANT furnished" room "fir gentle
n en; HI Waahmrtnn ! reference repaired
UTORMIOUtsB Four story and b
Sb BLorenoiise. on. tin rroni street.
C10TT0N "FFIOK Apply to K. M. Appear.
) aon k Co., No. Front street.
HOl)SE-2lto VVaahinglon M . j 7 rooma and
b -throom. Apply at lXt Poplar St.
No. m Main Street.
No. Main Htreet.
No. 2(17 Main Streest.
Annlvto IAMKS LEE. Ja.. 4 Madlaon St.
OOMS Two furniahed or unfurnished
rooma at 40 Madlaon atreet.
filEUANT newly furniahed
room, mr. inM-if nt I nt imtirt atrtvan
Wliolcsalo and Retail.
Z7H Neeond Sireet.
1 OU N 4L.
McL.mnre avenue, near State Female
loilne. The nrouertv. which la In tireen-
woml. the must attrautiva and arowlna sub
urb of Memphis, consists of five acres of
ground unsurpassed for healthlulncss ana
beauty ol location, containing a larae varie
ty ol forest and fruit tre c, eraaiaental tree
and ahrubbery; a two story residence oora
pris'ng ten rooma comenientlv arranged,
with ample aupi ly of eloaets ; also, kitchen,
servants room, stable, carriage house, coal
and poultry house and aeveral other out
bulldings; two good cisterns and a deep
brlck-walied well with littirce as a depocl
lory for milk, buiter, Ireea as.au. etc. Con
venient acceas to the city by atreet ears an
Immediate poa'acaien given te purchaser.
Prioe. tmaa). For tcrma of payment apply
a my nfftoc, No. 6 Madison at , r telerbona
No 6fi. J. W. CLAPP.
Praotical Pianomakera
a aarl Brpalrora of flunesa, Oraaaia,
Aid Mualeal InatrumenU Oenerally.
a7 haim nr.. inarui.
Notico of Dissolution.
Maaruis, Tag , November!, IS.
T HE copartnership heretofore existing aa
L dor the firm name ol Toinlin A Henjee
has bee i this day dissolved by mutu ilcon
a'nt, Mr. Uoo. W. lomlin retiring. Mr.
Wm. Bcnjea will eonlinua the business on
his own account, assuming all liabilities and
.. .11 In. It.. ..1.1 S.m.
""" "UU,-WM:,TKNjKSr
Ro'erring to tho above, I respeotfully
announce to my friends and to the pa'rons
of the old firm, that I wMl remain with my
late cartner. et the old .tend, where I will
glsdlyae ve thoso dea ring anything in oaf
fine. UliO. W.TOMLIN,

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