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B12LKQ1D.T13E TABLE.
lmllp IValley Bob to (I.. H.O.
4 t. B.) Trains 01 this road run aifol-
lews: New Orleane fast mn, aany, with
at 4:30 p.m.! Vlckabnri expre-e, daily,
leaves stB-15a.ni. New Orleam fiit mail,
daily, arrWes c '8:10 a.m.; Viekiburg ei
ureei, daily, arrival t 5:45 p.m.
HlaalMlvpi anal Tenneaeae. Tralna
boti u follow!! New Orleans mall arrival
daily at 9:e.in.s Imin daily at 6:00 p.m.
ewvorl Beweancl IflmlMlppI Val
Bany. Trains more ai tollowi: Feat Ina
leave! at 10:00 a.m. I tit. Louli fait Una
leaves at :30 p.m. t Fut Una arrives at 1 :!X)
p.m. I St. Loan fait Una arrival at 8 :0b a.m.
Leulsvllle and Ninth vllle Train!
bst m follow! : fait mail arrlTai daily at
Rtl&a.m.i leavai atlfl:l p.m.; mail leavoi
daily at 10:10 a.m.) arrival at 4:00 p.m.
trownsville aeoominodetioin leaves dully
uwpt Sunday, at 6:(Jp.m. arrival daily,
ecoept Sunday, at 8:50 a.m. (standard time).
Clair (Kanaas ntjr, Nprtaar
eld nuellleMspbls Tralna leave M. and
T. depot ai follow! : No. 4, Kama! City ei-
laavaiat 10:46 a.m. I No. S, Kama
City eiprese, arrival at aifiO p.m. Mo. 2,
ty a
aniai
K.naai City mail, laava at6:00 p.m.: ,
No.n.
facial City mail, arrival at 8:46 a. in
Clo
r Hi. Leala and Chioam eipreai. Im at
1:00 p.m.: Ma. 1, St. Lotna
and Chlnairo ei-
prani, arrival at aiu a.m. ia eneoi ouuuaj,
April 18. IBM.
eenpbla and Charleston Train!
Bova ai follow! t Through expreai leave!
daily at M:40 p.m. Mail and express leavei
Amliw lfi.aa a.m. Hnm.rvilla aneommoda-
tion leaves dally, sxoept bnndaf, at S:A
p.m. Through expreai arrival daily at G :2ft
a,m. Mail and express arrival daily at 1C:00
5.m. Homerville aooommodatlon, arrivM
..II.. ..MntflaHM.ilMDt.n.
deniable, Hlrinlngham and Allan.
Je-HollT Springs Route-Traini nova ai
followai No.llearei Memphi! dailyet S:
t-m.t arrival at Holly Bpringe at 6:58 V-m.t
So. J leavea Holly Springs daily at 9:00
aa., arrives at Mampdii at I8:10a.m.l No.
leavai Memphis dally at 7:16 p.in., arrival
aUlolly Hpriags at U:4S p.m.i No. 6 leavei
a oily Hprings dally at 8:16 a.m., arrivM at
. A. If, i.i
exaphla aad Little Roe b. Trains
mm fallow! foentral itandnrd tima):
Ha. 1 laavai daily at 4:10' p.m.i arrival at
tfjaa.m. No. 8 leavei et 5:56 a.m. : arrival
at 1 168 a.m. No. 6 (freight) leavai IIopeAeld
dally (exoept Sunday) at 8:00. a.m.t arrival
atliW a.m.
TIIE WEATHER.
Indleallnus.
For Alabama : Qenerally fair weather,
iHghtly cooler; wetterly urind, thifling lo
norQierly,
For iluiiuippi : FairwaUier; itightly
writer inmilhern portion; ttalionary lem
perature in northern portion; northerly
winds.
For Tenneuet: Fair vmxlktr; no de
cided change in temperature; wetterly
vindt.
For Arhnntat: Fair weather, diyhtty
waitner; variable windi.
etaoroloiirul Report.
11 mm ii, Tarni.. Novembar H, 1W6.
Time.
Bar.
TUur.
Wind,
7:00 a.m.
80 070
5(t0
U9.0
M0
W.
W.
N.W.
I-t rain
1:00 p.ra
10:00 p.m
30.0:t3
Clear.
Clear.
Ma aim am temperature, 70.0.
Minimum temjmr,itun, 50.0.
Oaone, 11 a.m., 1.
Uaintall, 0.68.
CITY NEWS.
The courta we e grinding
yesterday. . .
slowly
A lo sof 1100 wis occasioned yes
terdsy by the buruina of a shed on
Georia street
President Haddnn has si von or
ders that all cutlers must 1 e cleaned
and kept tree from fallin leaves.
Joe WilliamB and Tennie Twig",
Geo. Thompson aud Jane Phliliris
were licenBeu to marry yesterday
The fldht over Broadway haibeen
renewed, the Ultizens ulreot raiiroac
this time being a factor in the fight.
Alf Johnson, who broke anothor
darkv's law with a brick a low day
ago, gave hlinsolf up to the police
yesterdtiy.
Vera Nevill, by Mrs. Cameron, and
A Icy aye to the Cape, by W, Clark Kus
sell, are the latest 25 teut attractions
at Mautford's.
At meeting of the Memphis
Merchants Ziuaves, held November
Sd, the Rev. N. M. Long was unanim
ously e'ected aa chaplain.
Miiiens A. Ujse, formerly of this
city, died at Greenville, Mies., Tues
day, from the effect ot injuries re
etsived the bight before.
The meoting of the City Council
this evening will be an important
one. Water, gas, electiio lighting and
railroads are lo be discussed.
Yetitftrday was another lovely dy,
the rain having laid and freed the air
from the clouds of dust which have
filled it for throe weeks or more.
The charge of illegal voting pre.
ferred. by Gen. W. J. Smith against
W. L. Lane before Justice I'owel yes
torday could not be sustained and he
was diechurged.
The Uav. Father Knwright will
deliver a lorturo every night this week
at Hardis, Mies. He is au eloquent
and ImpreBflive erittor and will no
doubt have large aniliencts at ardis,
as he is roriistoniod to having uvery
where he appoars.
The residences of Goo. Tihbntt",
on Johnson avemii, and W. L, Came
ron, on Alabama si rent, were entered
by thieves it i u lit Inf. ire laat. Tliey
fot if 100 wcrth of clothing In the
ist instance but nothing in the other,
the intruder leaving a coat, rane and
bat.
The cream slier hot at French mar
ket, Womens' Exchange, is to be c 'im
pounded by the (air hands of one of
the best amateur confectioners in the
city. The most gallant young batcher
In the city hits volunteered to coach
the ladies in choooing, displaying and
matching a prime lot of rousts, et aks,
cnnnlry sausage, poultry, etc, at the
"French market."
A. M. Pattern, a colore 1 man who
drives a dry lor P. M. Patterson,
while eudnavoring t) back his dray
in fiont of Ooadbar'g store, broke his
leg in rather a lingular manner. Pat
ton was on the back of one of the
mule?, urging bim backward, when
the mule slipped and full, with the
driver's log uudnr him. Assistance
was promptly rendered, and mo icstl
aid, in the person of Dr. Null, quickly
furnished. The di ctor pronounced
the injury a simple fracture between
the kme and ankle.
PERSONAL.
Visitobs on 'Charge yesterday:
R. Botyer, Grand Knpids, Mich.; W.
A. Sneerl, ArkausnH; ('harles Mayh ifl,
New Yoik; A. It. Young, Osceola,
Ark.; Kv. W.T.J. Sullivan, Missis
sippi; J. 8. Orlder, Bowling (trorn,
Ky.; E. M. Aliewslt, Syracusa, N. Y. ;
J. fi. Tray, Lonieville, Kv.; 1). Q. Oil
Intle, New Yoik; J. T. Hilltman,
Nashville.
Tub ladies of the Heinnndo street
Meihediet Church are engagtul in a
lau dable undoitaklng ar.d it is to be
hoped it will receive the encourage
ment and support of all who desire to
sees worthy cuubbs icteed. In order to
raise fund) t j cotnplu'e the Hernando
street church building they are giving:
daily luncheons and dinners &t 1297
Herond street and will continue the
food work throughout tho week.
Thir bill of fare yesterday wm of the I
choicest description, and ai the price
of naorxi dinner ia onlv 60 cenli, mer
chants whore Viu'lneB liea in the
vlrinltv of tha Cotton Exchange can
not do bet'er than to take their meals
thie week at 297 Hetonl. Among the
laviicBin charge are Mis. J. K. Uod-
in. Mra. Ctiandler. Mrs. Bchwal-
mnar. Mrs. Stenhenson. Mrs Rifus
Dillon. Mrs. J. M. Mpence, bwb. J.rf.
Polk and Mioa Lillie Baker.
TBANSFEKS.
J. A. Loudon to Melcalf A Walker,
trns'ee, to sscare Ovi-rtin & Grosve
nor in the sum of $3000, 11 (teres in
the John Rite Harvey.
T. D. Craiahead to Gustavua li.
Thornton, lot TS l'reston iubdmeion,
50xl46J fetit, south Bide Court street;
consideration, (7nU.
Nanrv A. Leonard to John B. Leon
ard. 115 acres in the Thirteenth Civil
uiitrictoi emeiny cmniy; conBiutra
tion, lr.ve and afftfclioo.
W. K. Brnnon et al, trust aeea to
W. 11. Citroll. trustee, to secure kib-
mare Cohen, of Nwhville, in the sum
of i-'liw. their iuterest in te race
horse Uootblick and til v uviu aiso.
half interest in the chestnut uelding
I. J. Ilealy and half interest in the
bav aeldins Bob Kwimm.
M. Burke to M. V. Uiiuway, jr.,
lots 43, 44, 45, 40, 47 and 48, Trezevant
subdivision ; conBiuerauon, $ouu.
"iNDbTKNDKNT
FAITH COTTON OIL CO.
r.d L. Jihntra 4'o Prop'a Ilead-
qnarlara, mpbla,Taaa. OIHee,
a4 Froat Miraei Telephone
Ho. tJlvra ajr Earbauga.
Ed L. Johnson (late secretary Hope
Oil Mill), manaKer; , secretary
and treasurer. Brokers and refiners
onlv (for the nreeont),
Brokers in oil. oil properties, oil
stocks (not certlBcatis). Employ re
flners 1, Kd L. Johnson, Hope 82-84;
2. : 3. .
Aisav cake and meal and have
chemical works connected with oil
mills, rellnerles, otc. Wotk done et
reasonable ratts. Information in re
gaid to investments in oil pioperties
given on application. All transactions
Btrictlv court, ientiiil, if desired. Hee
laat Hiindav nanera.
Keference Union and Planter
Bank.
Ofllee always open from 9 to 10 a.m.
snd 2 to 3 p.m.
UM3AL NOTICED.
Dit Ovkimll is at the Gayos3 Hotel,
Oillce telephone 408.
Miss Cabuib M. Kbatino, pianist,
may be found at the Gayoso Hotel.
P. M. Stani.it, funeral director and
embalmer, 66 Madieon street.
Db. R. E. BU1.MNGTON, surgeon
dentist, 367 Main. Telephone 70S.
AO OO. 8. Uinson, dentist, No.
279 Ma n street. E. Bulger assistant.
Call and get near set of teeth for $0,
Tni Herbal Chill Cure, the best
taniA.nri antl.nariuAifl known. A oartbib
and lura flora for ohilii. Prioa 11 par bot
tle. Hand tami ioi ntroiuan. Any rel
arenna lixan. Aitiirau Joba 0. Kookar,
Lynekbarc, Va.
G. VV. Mili.bb & Co., Paten Aabcatoi
Fire Proof Roofers. For durability,
equaled by none. Used on wood, tin.
tin.
56
Iron, felt and gravel roots. JNo.
Madison ttreet.
At Armstrong's, 272 Second street,
you will find fifty diflerent pa'ternsnf
Parlor Hulls, from a 110 Plnsh Suit
with an extra divan, up to the most
ccs'ly Tipeotry Halts.
Why do you pay $25 or $30 for
ready made eui'H when you can go to
L. Kopenfteln A Bros., 288 Main B'.reet
and 18 Jefferson ttreet, and have a
suit made to order. A it guaran
teed.
All authorities agree that the milk
of a healthy mother is the best .food
for an infant. Next to this, aud con
taining all the element for perfect
nutrition, is Mollin's Food, which,
after a long teat, Is highly indorsed by
prominent medical men.
Sir Jamba Fagot, president British
Medical Assocla ion, eays that 70,000
deaths are annually caused by nervous
diseases in Kngland, and that there iB
no more powerful and edectual nerve
tonlo than Liebig Co.'s Cocoa Beef
Tonio la evidenced by the emphatic
testimony of the most eminent pnysi.
r.ians. For malaria, debility, sick
headache, dyspopeii, monthly sufler
ing and biliountB it Is incomparable.
No (Jaaiollno Mtove Eiplottiou
We, the ladies of Hernando .Street
Mtthodict KpitoopsHCtmrch. do poe
UvbIv denv that there vat an ex
plosion of a sasnllne stove at No. 2U7
tjeoontl street. Thtre vas no gasoline
in the stove. The ure was caused by
the can netting; too near the tire in the
irrate. Mra. Chandler. Mis. Ualton,
Mrs J. H. (iodwio, Mr8.Hche;almeyer,
Mre.J. l'olk, Mre. R. V. Frederick,
Mrs. Hclievennlle, Mrs. J. Elliott, Mrs.
J. Thomas. M". KtoveuBcn, Mrs.
OreiiB. Mis. Rev. O. N. Hpi'tice.
The fonvoiiii! rard exptHins itself,
and shows that the afternoon papers
of vestoidiiycontHined a misstatement
of (ao's regarding the cause of fire at
No. 27t) Nrcoiid etroet. 1 will give
anybody (1(H) who can explode one of
my rsioIii e stoves.
A. lllTZFKLD. No. SV1 Second atreet,
Scimitar und Ledger will pleaee cor
rect their statements or prepare to pay
dnmaireB. A. h,
Alabama SpHut Goal.
P. M. rATTEBSOS & CO., A gen to.
DaudruU
IS RBMOVBO BT TUB USB OF COOOABIHB,
And it stimulate and promote th
growth of tha hair.
l!rt:TK!U's FUvorluu Ka-trauta arai tbe
bwtt
TUrj AM irrj.
There is one thing nobody ever re
grets that is, the day they first adopt
mi l'arkir s Ionic as iiunr regular tain
llv medicine. Its range is so wide
and its good effects bo sure, that notb
ing else, except good nursing, ar
needed in a irreet majority of cases
Buy it, try it, aud afterward it will not
require any praiee lrom ns.
Tn a A rnistrona Furniture Company,
at 172 Stcond street, have the nwt
plrcant and largest line of llpdroom
Haiti', in walnut, cherry aud antique
oak, in the city.
Tna utnil treatment of catarrh is
very unsatisfactory, bb thousands of
despairing patieutfl can testify. On this
point a trustworthy medical writer
says: "Proper local treatment
is positively necessary to Bucceas,
but many, if not most of tha
reniodios in general use by phyalciana
aflord but temporary bemtiu A cure
certainly canuot be exp?cted from
snuflf, powdorfl, douches and washes."
E y's Cream Balm is a remedy which
combines the important rrqnisites of
quick action, Bpeciflo curative power
with pprfect rafcty and plomntnew to
the patient.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY,
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Dafly'a Karopraa Hvtel.
Corner of Ad ami aad Main itraeti. Ronmi.
6)o, 75o and 1 par day; Amancaa flan.
12 par day. Fir rial! KaUurani in tna
Hotel J. M. VUrrx (10 yean witn raa-
hodv llotali, fropnator.
E W Wieki, Tann A J Davii, Ark
BR Perry, Tana Min C Tbomai, Ark
H B Oannaway, Ky T 0 Heaaerty. Ky
J W Franklin, Taoo B F AdamP, Tenn
H J Hou.er, Mo U J Murptiy, Tana
KRMoataomary.TaDD A B lounic, Am
1 ThnMn.Ai, kr J W Vjutrr. Mill
II M Dillard. Mil! Jt U llendornnn. An
K M iiraaleyiw.ienn a b awn aw, &y
K w lata, Mill
B F Aitami, Xenh
S 8 Parry, Tann
C Fichnor, Ark
W ileum. Canada
N N fane i, Tenn
W Heard, Mix!
R V Clay, Tenn
D 11 Jonea, Miel
J W Liniloy, Mini
V it ciay, Tenn
B tevana, Tenn
J Quintan, T"
11 rtavani, JMIcn
K H Mnriaa Tann
F HumUion, Ark
OQ Ueilriok. Ark
J Brett, Tenn
.ToHtf Hi muiDni.Mifi U I. Penk. Mo
11 J Ibompion, ay u I rr.acei. ina
WO Cooper, Mo T J Bennett, Mo.
Friday II oner.
Cor. Front and JetTerton till., Mcmihiii,TenD
J. 11. fnuliY, Prop r, r.r Itifnmor.a, va.
Irannent ratal, II Ml to k per aay.
R B Logan, Ind T P Conroy. T.nn
K Fowler. Tenn J W hbugart. Mill
(i L Jonei, Ark W F Cox, Tenn
Mn M Cox Aa, Tens n A' v ruuman, a i
RPVroomaa. NV TJWriKht, Ark
J K Smith, Xena W II Callir.lt, Mm
i VV Uakar, Mli JJ II Jonei, min
J H Knott if, Min Dr V Howard, Tann
U B Kukridie, Ark F Williami, Ark
D P Harrii, Mill Fl.ahiff, Mo .
J II iluthai, La 0 B llendnon. La
J H Johnson, Jlo uewooaa, mo
A J Bradlord, Mo J W Kinht, Ark
III! Walker. Ark D B Nue-ent, Mill
J B Faulknar. Tenn U C liurmon. Mo
II L Hlroni. Mo
J Uanford. Mo
U Colhni, Miai
W B WiUon.Tenn
Mn F Tyrone, Mill
MiM M Tyrone, aim
J W Vauihan. Oa
V 6 Dr. hen, o U
A A nrrnrv. Va
R P Glenn, Ark
JF CunainKham.Tex C W Wilroy, Mill
IV II mnon, mm o i uuomn, ini..
... w,r A U7 I M..,:n A sir
VT Jl mOIVay nit u mni viii, nr
JBKmih, Ark W II Henderson, Ala
KClfrown.Ky C A Douvlunn, Min
0 Moore, Mias B Rutland, 'loan.
Peabody Hotel.
0. B. OALLOWAV A CO PnoeaiaTOis
Kate, n Ml ana (3 per aay. acooramg w
ma and looation of room tipaoial
ui.de rates.
M C Bnxbium, N Y P Dunn, Ark
il II U..,lu. (4. N l Lane. N V
Minn II tsmiin, irnn mn n r, moore, oiia.
IMiiaK ItMciuaa.Mifll mias i. liuoau, u
W White. Tenn
M W Oilohri't, Tenn
W Jenninira, BO
It II Talloy.Tenn
n W Canfield, Tex
WJ Ahern, NY
K Parr, N Y
M Daniela, N Y
R P linawoll. Tenn
III LN krvin.N Y
W W Ward. N Y
W Levy, Tenn
H J Kllii-. N Y
C Carroll, N Y
J Huiton, N Y
C wynn, a I
8 D Fereuaoa, M Y
I n uaiiiuarini u, ,
Mr lie J arnett,
J W Win. Tenn
arnett, Mill J W Wallace, Mill
J II Wooton. Ark
Mian B Boribner, Oa
T B Yanoey, Tenn
Mx Moyaea, Mill
J Landan, Tenn
W Soott, N Y
J McDonald, Mo
J K Crawford, Tenn
0 B Sinxleton, Tenn
J B til I man, Miaa
W W Criinclull. N Y
II Karkfdale, Miai
J W Pinkaton, Mo
II P Miller, Tenn
K O Jonea. N Y
tl 11 rmraal, unio
J W Collina, Tana
I) Shelby, Mo
13 MaoDonald, Mioh
K K Callum, n U
U N Ward, Uniiland
W F Barkadale, Mill A Ilambera, Ark
A Hdilbert. Mo
I. White. Kv
j II Lara bee, Ohio
FM Duvall.Tenn
H K Jonninga, Ala
B Mltobell, M Y
O K Nixon, N Y
J MoAl'ee, Mo
J Maokey, Mick
W M Johnion, S C
K Ilartaell. N Y
J B Bliind Aw, N Y
B Haaleton, Ia
BMaynard.HO
II R Ward, Cal
A Beck, Mo
W 8 Moore, Tenn
H B Chiain, Miai
w wilaon &r, Ara
B Boaard, la
D II tVorria, 8C
11 Ward, Tenn
II RuMin.Tenn
Ut 1
TT UaUTO'lVfi nil!
J Jobuiton, Miai
11 Mu dock, Mo
W II Flynn, Ky.
The New UnjroNft.
IARRIN0T0N, STEWART A WUOE,
Propriitokb.
ftaia. G. Ruth Manaaer.
Kataa 82 60 to 84 par iay, aroordms to looa
tion ot ruonia.
W h Maynard, Mill J M Cheatham, Mm
W M Colliitar, Kan B MoCoy, Mias
Mra Maildrm. Mill Miai Maildron, Miaa
E Enaler. Tenn L Koitan, Tonn
J A Mewaom. Tann F H Hi. hop, Tenn
0 Mayhoff, NY H rritchett. Tenn
H Pritchett jr. Tann J W Bush, NO
1 U Webb, Ky A B Adami, Mo
A J Haiiey, Mo H H Nowion, lenn
M S Baboook, Tenn BTLarkin, Ark
J M Carpenter, Ark M J Folaom, La -
A 11 Harm, La (J H Holland, Am
I n T..n, -h..n A V Millar. Mn
B 8 Kioka, Mm It 1 KirKpatriox, n i
B WMoraanthaler.MoJ U JNoeley, Tenn
RMurrell.Toan P Latham, Tenn
T 0 Cnitolifield. Ky C H Footo, Mo
J A Andrewi, Ohie J J Anthony, Tenn
B Weil, Ky U R Watkina, Miai
T B Haaland, Mill Both Johnion, Mill
B J Bradford, Ohio J A Bridge, Ohio
(1 A Watkina, Miaa J A Williams. Miai
II J Trowbridge, la J inraaoni, mill
W Dakar, Ind S K Baker, lnd
M J Uopburn, Ohio J A Handera, Misa
K M Jenkina, Miaa J H Bromell, Miai
V tl u.nifli i .Tnnn J KUla-k. lonn
II A Heat, Ark F L Ilutcbinaon, Ark
n Parker, Ark R U Pope, Mo
0 8 Pawora, Mo P M Bennett, Mo
C U Lootng, Ua K R Jobnfon, Oa
o u lounx, Aia.
Uataton'a llotel.
W. II. BINGHAM MaHaoib.
European plan. Knlarged and reforniahed
rrleaa aocoroini ia ana ana loca
tion of rooiai.
Mn 8 M Harria. kin Miaa O Harria, Miai
T Mull, Miai J T Ruaaall, Tenn
V A Lawrence arw. M a laiiey w. in
Miaa Thayer, ill
V u. .n:.... Til
A 11 Marah. Ill
Mra M M jnokaan, M
J M Itlohardson, Ark
Mra 8 Alien, Ark
1 Smith, lenn
J W Little, 1(
J v Kuaaell, lenn
R 0 Cochran, Miaa
O A Ihikoa, Mo
H M Ijiooh. Tenn
M Coohran, Miaa
II A Tatum, T.'na
J I) Morriaey, Miaa
L 1 Cooper, Tenn
J 0 O.Ttur, Tenn
K S MoOowan, Misa
8 f ry. Teen
Mra ltittbholi.rAa.Ark
1) Mol.auah in. Ala
J P Hodiioa, Ala
M A Mmrnnna. Miaa
j C Moxer, Tenn
H W Watkini, Va
Mias li M Wtkina, Va
II It Kllia, Miaa
J U Moody, lenn
J II Crapline, Ark
(I Kitiirorald. Tenn
w It llarroll, Tenn
II 0 llndxea, Miaa
W K Oliver. Tenn
M U Lawrence, Miaa
J W Cauaey. Miaa
J 0 Hobinaon, Miaa
II I t'htiara, Miaa
Miaa H W vnn. Mill
II Ilnrdanny Aw, Mils
T M llonlelt, lenn
T J Kliiipin, Tenn
J K Kdwards. Mm
3 M Little. Miaa
8 M Siiillli, l'nn
0 K Smitn, Miaa
J 0 llaiublnt. Ark
J J Casey, Miaa
J IS llolloway, misa
I) H ll.rhlr,tn,l.MIa II Wolborn.
Miai
II (! Ilr.nin. Tonn J T Kdwarila. Miai
M H iille, Mla I M Coleman. Tenn
J Mi'lntyre, Miaa M 8 Jay, lenn
MMAIaun.Tenn C VV Allen, Tenn
(1 11 Mi,U .Tnn CM,r. II
Miss Moyor, 111 , Mrs W 8 8rugg,Misa
A J Went, Miaa.
AUDI 1 10N AL K1VEKS.
Cincinnati, O., November 3. Night
River 3 feet 5 inches on tbe gauge and
falling Weather cloudy and cool,
Pittsbuko, Ta., November 3. Night
Rivtr 6 fett 2 inches on the gauge
and stationary. Weather rainy and
warm. .
Cairo. Ilu. November 3. Niuht
Rivet 4 fi 6 inches on th eauge and
riains. Weather clear and cool. No
arrivals or departures of regular pack'
eta.
LoDiHVn.LB.KY..Noverabor 3. Niaht
Kiver 2 feet 9 incht s tn the canal and
7 inches on the tails and stationary.
BusinnsB moderate. Weather cloudy,
with heavy rain thia forenoon.
St. Louis, Mo., November 3. Night
River fallen 110 feet, and ftauils
7 4 10 feet on the cause. Weather
clear and nleaRHiit. Arrived: Arkan-
eas City, St, Louis, No depaitures of
restijar packets.
Non Resilient Metice.
No. 0.t:2-In tha -hanoery Coart of Shelby
eounty. Tenn. J. 8. Tuof at al. Ta. Mis
souri Wilnoo et al.
Itapiearlni Iron bill whioh la sworn to ia
thia cause that tha defendants, Miaaouri Wil
aon, Dora liaTiea, lloai Daviea, Kra JiaTiea
.nd l'narl Wilann. ara raatitenta of the mate
ot Arkansai and all non-reiidenta of the
Blati alTenneiseei .
It il therefore ordered, That they make
their appearance horain, at the courthouse
of Hhelby oounty. in Meraph'i, Tenn., on or
before the Srat Monday in Deoeoiker, ISM,
and plead, anawer or demur toenmplainanti
bill, or the aame will be tajien far ooafeaaed
, !,., .r ,1 far haarina ei aarte t aad
that a copy of this order be published oaoaa
week, for ionr aucoeaaiye weeks, in the Mem
phis Appeal. Thil lota day ot Uiwsir, ie.
A cupi-allaat! , ....
8. 1. Mol)0 WELL, Clerk and MaiUr.
n.T 11 ivl.l-.ll lUnnlT O. and M.
II. nit A Paltarann.Bofs. for Coaipl'at. tal
TS1!' ni(ABI BUX1B !Tr"rC"T2?t."ta
tafiK-i
walajMMaaa
y! Go!
A BEAUTIFUL START AND
AN EXCITING FINISH.
Neck and Neck from the Half-
Mile Post to the Judge's
Stand.
The liar-gains at the MisOt Cloth-
log Parlors Tass Under the
Wire Several Lengths
Ahead.
WARMING UP It is now time
to think of Fall and Winter Cloth-
lue. Jielore surting tne raoe me
horses are warmed up to bring every
muscle into action. To think before
you buy is to warm up tne pocKeis.
The low prices at tho Misfit Clothing
Parlors mako it warm for competi
tion.
STEADY NOW 1 GO! In the
race lor traue tne luisut tjiotning
1 .a -Bi a; m , "II . 1 e
Parlors are away in the lead. We
not handicapped with ready
made or job-lot goods, but our speed-
boots arc Custom-made Clothing,
bought at Half its Actual Cost, and
sold at Half its Actual Value.
WINNING THE SWEEP
STAKES-Ilundreds of Beautiful
CuHtom-iuaJo Suits at the Misfit
Clothing Parlors-Suits that i
steady goers and warranted not to
shy or break Suits that will stand
wear and give good satisfaction.
CAPTURING all tub PURSES
We sell you Custom-mado Suits and
Fall Overcoats Cheaper than you can
buy ready-made. For Good Cloth
ing, at Low I'nces, we leaa in tne
race. In Pricos we are the Favor
itea Against the Field.
MISFIT
Clothinir Parlors
262 Second Street,
Opp. Court Square, Memphis, Tenn.
Open evenings until 9 ; Saturdays.
until 11.
N.B. Remember, all alterations to
- rt n., Ti-VTTS TTTVT1 TJt
insure a rerteot a it, jjuin su a linn
OF CIIARG E, by a First-class Tailor
in our Parlors.
J. F. II0LST & BItO.
(SUCCKSHORS TO U. H. BOUT A BBO.
J
' . A. .-. .V.- .-.-i.' F.-i. St? r4
Funeral Directors.
HAVB BEHOVED TO
Mo. 33i SECOND ST., JIEMFIIIS.
A FULL and oompleta atook of Wood and
Ketallio Jaaea and Casketa, Cloth-Oov-erad
Oaaketaand Iiurlal Robes always on
hand. saarOruera bv telaaravh promptly
n
SCHMIDT & SON
Importers ear! dealara In Ouns, Ammu
nition and rintilan Taekle, Mnlldera'
Hantaan, t.lmlrle Bells and Aa-
nnnalaliintiir Hotela and Keaiaencea.aao
Main slrwl. Rtnntani. Tenn. Eleotrie
lupplies alwayi oa hand. Hepalrinx neatly
dona. ,
Young & Brolher,
BoobNellera and Stationers,
a IS Haiti Mt Menipliis, Tenn
A NEW HUPPLT Or
SCHOOL BOOKS
JUST RECEIVED.
R. KUPFERSCHMIDT.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
ynns, Ammnnitlon, Fishlug Tackle
ana MiiorlsmeimF npinies.
WHOI.kSAIH AND RETAIL.
www a u mn.,, ! .
Manafaotnrlaa and Repairirot rtonl a
RnecialtT. Lara-eat Stock. Heat assortment.
llKAIXtCAKTKKH FOB
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Roofln
rire. Wind, Water aad I Ightnlns
preof. Suitable for all kinds of bulldinn.
For prices and estimate! at raoiory raiei
eall as or aaaraaa
MEMPHIS METAL WOOD MVO 00.,
tit a 440 Main it., and 11 ft Mulberry at,
MEMPHIS, TEN N.
n j--..-.. .... tMM VanMi and CrMtlns.
Ualyaaitedlron CorBios.Tla iwli ftbWTa,
J. G
NOVEMBER 4, 1886.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO..
T A lffHO 1 VBaPTV 1Ailjlal
Noi. 290 and 292
laddies.
saiili:ky
SPECIAL PBICES k Eallroad
JAKES M. QOODBAR
GOODBAR COMPANY
BOOTS SHOES
Wo. 319 MAIX
r0nr Fall and Winter Block of BOOTS
ia now eo
mplete, and wa invite tha Mercbanti viauini memnnia to oau ui
.r .;rk.rm,.l,in.hno.aonihof the Ohio riyer. ia anffleient eTidenoe
houae here
. . . ' ,
.ll UMIV. ' ' ., OOIJI ll,.HU u. --
...... W. ..ill . . .
wa .fill n.prf I uh min
Dittman A Co.'a Ladiea' Kid. ttoat and Call,
anyhonae. fllve ua a call.
ZELLNER & CO.
OFFER THE FOLLOWING
S0LIDBAR GAINS
THISJWEEK.
A LOT of Child'a Button Shoea, Heel
and Bpribf Heel, etrorjg and aub
atantlal, beat Philadelphia nakea,
imall aiiea reduced from $1.50 to 7 Sr.
A LOT of Child'! Button Shoea, Calf and
Pebbla Goat, aiiea S to 10)4, reduced
from 11.50 to $1.00.
S0O pairs Pebbla Grain Solar-tip Spring
Heel Button Shoea. liiea 8 to 10, re
dueedfrom $1.50 to 91.05.
200 pain Miaaei' Pebbla Grain Spring
Heel, Solar-tip Button Shoea, litel 11
to 2, reduced from $2.00 to 81 30.
200 pain lama kind, with baela, re-
duoid from $2.00 to SI BO.
100 pain Youthi' Calf and Grain But
ton 6hoei, nioe and atrong, fully worth
$2 26, litel 11 to 2, reduced to 1.63.
150 paira Boyi' Button Shoea thia ia a
aplendid ahoe, nicely finiahed ana
very lervioeable aiiea 2 to h, worth
fully $3.00, reduced to a.OO.
For This Week Only
Wa will aell our Ladiea' $2.50 Cur Kid
Button Shoei, worked buttonhole!, latest
style abapaa, pointed toa and high beet
and common aensa toe and low heela,
every pair warranted, lor tha low price
of 1.85.
Our Men'i $3.00 Shoea are the beat in
the land. They are made of genuino
calf akin, with aeam'eaa vimp, well nn
iahed and perfeot fitting. We warrant
""enta'l'Ladiei' and Children! Dreaa
Ganta'. Ladiea' and Children'! Stout
Walking Shoea. ,.,. ,
tver thing axceiieni in ruuiwwr,.
prlcei LOWER than elsewhere.
ZEJ,TiA & 0.
300 MAIX STREET.
Devllrd Crabs, Shrimp,
Snlntom, Freab Can Maeaierel,
Nurrtlnra, lbatera,
Brook Tront, Oysters,
Hnekorel l Tomato Catsup,
Haaet N tatted Plokles,
Honr Pickles bjr the Bl. and In Jars,
Pickled Oolona, Hot Relish,
Wooator Nance, Toiualo Catinp,
i aoera. Haatard. Curry Powder,
Halad Dressing-, Olives, Olive OH,
Cream Clr se. Celery Sauce,
Celery KC K'c.
J. P. UTTfiltHAM SC CO
EAGLE
Boiler Works.
dllEA. & MCCARTHY, Propr's,
140, 142, 144 Front, Memphis.
2
NBorTIIB LARGEST BOILER SHOPS
in tna eioum, sua m.
-j Eku,.r,r,n Wnrhn n the city.
aisumilurers or lieawy Plate Iron-
work or every uracrinnoii. opeoiai
attention Blven to plantation wurk.
Frank Schumann,
Imsortar and Dealer la
Dni. Plsblnar Tacaie ana bp
men's Supplies, mr Bpeoial attenuoa
.it., to MANUJACTURINa and RB'
niTDTUfl
4ia Mtaln Nl.. lrteimntalH. Titiw
.rail
SEEDS
ANDP110DUCE
308 Front St.
51. SCUOIT,
rjRADUATE o the Watchmakari' Aead-
VJI IBIUlOiii--!
i Tracilcal Watchmaker and Jeweler,
Fine Work a frreciany-
a. ?(T Meale Meaanhls. Tenn
TC K4SOHLT Bf, W. T. Board on the Hill,
Mrt U. 0.Howard. M Waablnaton
Park
Koomi larw: ov" ."Z'TilV-h.
TU1 m&unasi-laawaa .
Oony Island, Loos Baaoh ana n"
Q fn dj raa v - - .
alio to Saw iork plaoel oi !..
H'iif
Otto Scbwlll&Co
. F.
SECOND STREET. MEMPHIS, TENN ..
WHOLESALE
MANUFACTURERS AIID JOBBERS
-OF
Harness.
habdwark asd
am. levee Contractors for Wagon,
BSTA.BIjIBXZSir
WI, I. CL1BU. E.
ieeo.1
J. CAKKI.VOTOJf.
W jaOIiKBAIaB
STREET.,
.MEMPHIS,
AUD BHOEth, irgt In thia market, and
mniw'uii wwwu. m.i..iu, ...
:,...i..u u . i -I .. .i i n i. n.thpBt.ai1 Umn. Hnnlrop flmlf Knnta. Kritmenaori.
- - ' , ".I...
Our
Deeiaei a large Tariavy oi vuiei
MEGHAN GS
NO. 7 MADISON STKT.
PAID UP CAPITAL, :::::::
Interest raicl on xiepoaita.
OPEN 8ATIBDAYN VBIIIa. 7 O'CLOCK P.M.
H. KATZESBERGEB, PresldenU
BOARD OF
NAPOLEON HILL,
W. H. CARROLL,
JOHN A. DENIE,
J. W. bCUOKR.
5 fjir-loads Sleel Xailn,
3 ar-lojulai Suuirand od".
1 Car-load I.ar,llain and Nausage.
2 t'ar-loadu Ainorioan Sardines.
1 'ar-lnad New Italtains,
1 Car-load IVew Nalinoii.
1 Car-load California Canned Fruit,
10 Cr-lof Tomatoes. Pewc-hen, Corn, Etc.,
1 Car-load Atmore'ii Mince Meat,
2 C ar-loads New York lluckwlieat,
2 Car-load Plgafeel, Kraut and llarrcl Pickle,
2 t ar-loud Silver Moon Cream Cheese,
2 Car-load Virginia Peanuts,
2 Car-load Fire Cracker and Flreworkt,
2 Car-load Nut and Currant,
3 Car-loatl Fine Banana,
S Car-load Ked lien Davia Apple,
2 Car-load Freh Fancy Candles,
i I'lip.ion ! nut: ii 1. 1 TrekMl Wheal. Etc.
And a complete assortment
lor llie spOCiai use
toy-Send lor a
Oliver. Finnie dBg
Boots 2lil& Shoes
26X1 IVI-A-IUNr ST.
OUR 6T0CK OF BOOTS AND SHOES FOR FALL AND WINTER wKA,if.,u"
ooinple'e than ever, oompriaina not only the beat and fineat but alio lull linea of me
dium, durable and atylish goods, whioh we offer at low figures.
TO THE TRA.DK wa offer aneoial Inducement!. Oarryins moat M our sooda la
SOLID SIZES, we are prepared to fill ordere lor epeoial sues at uu lAina vuoa, m
enabling MerohanU to 111 in without being oompalled to buy gooda not needed.l
Aicenta for the Celebrated W. I,. Dousrlna 3 Men's Cair Sboes ana J
" Boys' Shoes In all atylea.J
-n,T,TtSTRTWT OATaLOOrK AVTt PTtTOW T.TST MATT.yDJFFK1gs
SECURITY Bim
nv MKMPHTS..-A SAFE
Xo. 43 MADIfcO BHtEEl, gmJll'ma, MMunn.
OFPIOEHH i
miDI.r.TrRYIR,Pre.iaent. 'llZM'
K J. BLAtU, Caahlrr. WM. B UKItllNU, leiier.
HOARD OP DIRECtOBN. TTT)aw
W.D.BETHEL. J.R. '"'.
nnnwiK
.mcDOL. RrFh. MSJ-BLACK
TlIiaTNRTITUTIONIS AUTHORIZED
To do a General ""'rJPJ
for Estates, Minora, Trustee!.
Guardian, same aa an Individual. To ac
auaaeaot irnai. ia u - - - - -
Valuables ot all ainaa oii .T.ii.
aajrSneclal Atiennon ram
H. H. COQVER & CO.
LUMBER YAHDPLA
aff 1KTTV APTI1R1SRS OF
DoonsSiutb, DlludMokliagr,!! kinds of Door and Window.
Frames, Brackew Rcroii-.t one "
Lumber, felilngles, iAthB, Water-Tanks.
All kinds oi Wood Work Executed at Short Woilce.
Nos. 157 to 173 Washington street. Menials. Tenn.
mm
All Cotton Covered by Insurance on Se, .worthy Vessels oij
Ginhouse. Sacks furnished t& responsible parties, i
124 and "PHPLAlt STltEET, MEMPIIIS.'
Tl W. 1"LY.
F. B. HKRROJl.
UUoJOorIeavilla.MUti.
Late oi Coiniaaroe.Mies.
ply, mmm & hobsofj
Cotton Factors and
324 rront Street1 Memphis" Tenn.
MEYElt, Sec'y and J rena.
Collars,
1VEATIII2IS.
Scraper and Cart Harness.
r. a. Jones.
TENNESSEE.
one of the laryart to be ?
. - """., "';.. ,-
that our goorla and priceaare latialaotory t-
. . , . -
Kaatern maile gooda eannot he anrpaaaed bf
Mfa.aririAac da I at rani,
$100,000
I. KATZESBER6EB, Cashlerr
DIRECTORS.
A. COHEN, J. H. BIBUOK,
T. F. TOIliN. A. B. MEYERS.
of Staple and Fancy Groceries
I toumrj jirreunma.
Price-Llst.-
DEPOSIT. TRUST CO.-AND
8. P. READ. ?.'P'MESi""'
5i r. IAVi'm r it. KNOWDEN
UNDER THE LAWS OF TENStSB.
ia
v .. . ,h But- of Tenneaiee.
noaitory ot ina Diaw oi "n."?"""i
Patronage Rcaiectlnlly Holicitod.-VJS .
BI
IS A Co
HI MILL
siamno
i
SAM H0BS0N.
Lata of Brooks, Neely ft Oo.
Commission Merchant

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