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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL WEDNESD AY. NOVEMBER 10, 1886.
RiaiCiD USE TABLE.
laBl anal TmnaM.-Trlni
taore M fellowli Mw urlean! nan ar-nree
UUr at I Iwtm ' :il
Bardi! Mommodtioii erri.aa dally at 9:50
am t l.erea a.HF a f
daily at 3 P " ijom
I daily luoi'l guoday) t 8:.KI
daily (exoei't Sunder) at 8:15
eira do out i("p at fl( ate
freight armci i
a.m.t l.'Tee d
I ai.il ....
1U . .!. " . tf" 1.'
Hons, or WbltenaTen, jiorn nea., .auu
I-'iip. ITall.y Koala (L. H. O.
H4 T. Kj.) Trains on tbii road ran at fol
Wwi: Hew Orleans fet mail, daily, leaves
at 4- m.l Vickaburc eipre.i, daily.
Estm at H : 16 a.m. New Orleani fait Bail,
Jelly, arrival 9:10 a.m.i Viekibnra ex
mei. daily, arrival at f:V p.m.
tiiKrl aaa Mlla1pl Val
aay. Train! morn aa lollown Fact 'Inn
Ihtm at 10:00 a.m.; bt. Louli faet lion
teare at 5 :30 a. an. : Fut linn arrival at 1 :30
.B.t St. Inaii fall lite arrive at 11:05 a.m.
Loauavlll and Kaali villa Trawl
move an folio we i faat mail arrival daily at
ft U a.m.: leaves at 10:10 p.m. I mall leave!
daily at 10:10 a.m.t arrival at 4:00 p.m.
Brownsville aeoommodatiom leave! dally'
axoapt Soeday, at o:X) p.m.t arrirai daily,
inapt Sanaa?, at 1 '50 a.m. (itandard time).
Clair Maaw-tllanim lly , rrloa
tiM aa Hmptala Train! leave M. and
I. as, ai follow! i No. t, Kantaa City ex
ereai, laaTaaat 10:45 a.m.i No. 8, Kama!
City einreee, arriraa at 80 p.m. No. ,
Eaneei City mall, leave at:00 p.m. I No.tl,
faneai City aail, arrival at 1:46 a.m. No.
t, Bt. Lemil and Chloaero expre.i, laarai at
IKK) p.m.; Be. 1, Bt. Lomk and Ghloatoex
taai, arrival atlitfia.m. la eff.ot Bunday,
April 18, 1H.
Hrinethie aad 'harlatam Train!
morn ai fnllowu Through axprail leave!
tally at 10 :09 p.m. Hall and eipreas laarai
aVOy at 10 :00 a.m. BonerviHe aooommoda
Born leaves dally, axoapt bunday, at 4:40
s.m. Throorh express arrlrai daily at 6:85
am. Mall and express arrlrai dally at 1C:30
Km. aomerville aosommodatioa arrlrai
laJly, axoapt Bnnday, at:80a.m.
Jeraahla, Mlrenlaabans and Allan.
Holly Berlnra Bonta Traini move ai
follows t Re. 1 leave! Memphis dally at 3:45
m. I arrirai at Holly Huriois at 5:58 p.m.t
Bo. 1 laarai Holly Annum dally at :00
ft.ni., arrirai at Memphis at 10:10a.m.) No.
leaves Memphis daily at 7 :1A p.m., arrlrai
at Holly Barings at 11:45 p.m.) No.6 laarai
Holly Hprlnn dally at lift a.m., arrlrai at
ifamnhla at 9:46 a.m.
BToaapbla aad I.HUa Rank. Tralni
mora ai follow! (oantral itandard tima)t
Bn. 1 laarai dally at 4:25 p.m.t arrirai at
1:15 p.m. Na. I laarai at 5:56 a.m.) arrlrai
ti45a.m. Na. 6 (fralht) laarai llopan.ld
dallr (axoapt Sunday) at S:2 a.m.; arrlrai
at 6 :) p.m.
TOB WEATIIEIt.
Indleailona.
For Alabama: Light Rain; nearly
Mationary Umptralure; toulherly vindi
For Miuittippi : Light raint, followtd
hy Haiionary temperature in lite loutlirrn
fortion, cooler in the northern portion,
toindi generally toulherly.
For Jenneme: Light raint followed
ky fair wrathtr, tlightly cooltr, touOierly
trinii, ihifling to vieitnly. '
Mtorulcleul Hrporl.
Murrain, Ti Noram bar t. IKHo.
Ilm: I llr. I Tlier. I Wiud.lW'lh'r
7:00 a.xa
80.1 87
40 0
f3 0
54 0
P.E.
HE.
8K.
Lt.rnin
Olond.
S:()0 p.mrttlMS)
10:00 n.m Md.OIU'
Ulnud.
Maiimam tcmperatare, 63.0.
Minimum tHmjwnttire, 43.0.
Oioda, 11 B.iru, 1.
Uuiatall, 0.58.
CITY NEWS.
- There are twnty-two prleonars in
the CjudIt Jail.
The wenther jtwtorday was not ti
congenial to the cotton planter,
Th Fagln murder case will be
eal'ed in the Criminal Court today.
No raatiuee at th New Memphis
Ti" a er today. We, V A Co. toniuht.
Tbe driatle yeeinrday did not mi
tonally tsJist in tilling tbe circus
tents.
Tbe Deris ehow Rare two exbibl
t ions on tbe bluff yesterday morning
tnd euning.'
Thr banqnnt to be tnnduted Ool.
II. M. i ldk Friday nigbt proiniscs
to be a royal ((Tair,
Llcrnars to marrr were Issued
yesterdnv to Oats Crenshaw and
Emma M. Hond, James Lavelle atid
Jennie K. Quain.
Fortune's farorite tickets in the
Louisiana Lottery at New Orleans
yeeteidav: H e. 94,552, drs $75,000;
48,0(10, drawi i,0lH); 61, draws
tlOOr.O; 111,011, dMwa fOGOO; 02,825,
draws ftOM).
Ohar'ea Bplling, who wai the pros
ecutor of Milliken and Whileaidee,
and aitainat whomacharneof reUilirg
liqnor wltbotit licunee whs preferred
, alter the tiial, was fined $50 and sen
tenced to ti u days ytetorduy.
At the bheriff's offlce yeotorday
Irlormation was ruourod that a man
: ad been airentud st Uemiatit wn for
t'i mnidnr of Justice Graiiatn, and
t ' ." ' n pronf nvainct him was strong.
. 11 tiler details wore glvru.
-Tab'eins rivants, muiical seleo
ili Uh by s ime uf uur le.uliug aniateurs,
liiCiuJuig a tnn'o aunrtt tle, and lat
but not If ant tbe tuimir.iphoiie, the
hiti at mnBlcal senpation ate on the
projtrHinuie for the Dairy Maids' fos-
t'Vld.
The Hojie Ninht School needs
more disks on arimnnt of imironsnd
aitomliuco. Any one having deki
for s1p, or who will donate desks or
nioii)y to puiu'ia'e thorn, will please
addrtBS J. U. Johiuun, 220 Front
it re lit.
The public have a treat in store
in the Dairy Maid.j' fottival, to be
fiven at tbe rSkatinu Hmk on
huisilay and Friday nights of
this week by the ladies of
the First Praebyterian yburch. They
deserve a liberal pntronaga.
On arconnt uf tho inclemency of
the weather the annual meeting of
tbe Women's Kxchargs is postpoued
to Fiiday, 10 o'clock a. m., November
12tb, at tbe Cumberland Proebyterian
thmch. All members are earnestly
' requested to be present to bear the
annual reports.
The Mercantile Baiik wanenjoined
yesterday fiom patting with or pro
testing a note for $15u0 made by F.
Oitnue and payable to the order of
W. Welhuaa, as gutrdlan of Hamuel
Jrnes and others, theie being eome
dispute about the pururse to wh cU
tbe money le t J be applied.
--The C ty Attornoy has in hl po
setsi a m.ip ol Miniphis and sub
urbs drawn b.f Todd A Criiitr, and
printed at Lou'sville in 1858. It gives
Broadway na a slroet in Fort Picker
ing. The map is ta!d to have been in
trtdncoj ou I'reviiiun oi'ceious in tbe
courts aud ac.i pted as ulhcial,
Tbe a U1 trials at Abilene, Ka ,
are not iik y to ptove as intnresting
asthore at Grand Juticiinn. Our cor
respondent writ's that "bird are very
ararce, most tif them having beu
killed las; winter by scveie weather.
Handlers before trial" repart very un
aatinlactorf work." Fur particulars of
yesterday's work, see tolugrnpb col
li nans.
lleury Carter, thtee years, Charles
Williams iwilvs years, loushbreaking
and larceny ; Kd Cjle, three yenre,
cany lug ciucaUd wiapons and ea
capidco'iviot; Filis Lat'p, ten years,
murder; TlioaiaiLiwrouce, SDventueu
yam, Tji:i L?vtls, two yeam, Lewis
Painter, three yew, Charles Kus,
three years, Oeor,e Biuionton, six
years, 'areuy, were all sent to the
penitent ary yteUrday.
Tbe storing of ootton on tbe bare
ground was tbe theme of Piosldent
Hadden's onenine ode vestt rdsy. He
eaid : "I notice a good deal of cotton
lyin' around exposed to uie wesiner,
with nothin' to keep it ont of tbe
waler. This won't answer. The cot
ton taust be protected by 4x0 skids
put under it. A good deal of that now
on the streets hae been out nearly all
of the forty eight Lours of grace al
lowed. Howthebojs can handle it
before the time expires. I'm sure I
don't know, but I 'spose they'll git
there semebow."
PERSONAL
Dn. Johh D. White: brs retained
from Arkansas.
Capt. R. A. Dbkby, merchant, of
MaSDn, Tenn., is io the city.
Mb. Masoh, of Byrjcusa, N. Y., is in
the lit and stopping at the Peabody
H.Ul.
T. L, Foshick, jb., of T. L. Fcsiick
won, Ala., is in the o ty.
B. 8. Bvbmbs ond wife, nee Miss
8mith, returned home yisteiday on
the steamer City of Cairo.
Cat. T. F. Tmm, our Surveyor of
Customs, was quite busy yesterday in
getting oat a list of bonded whiskies
and patting stamps on a lot of 6009
DiHgencia cigais, which were con
signed to I. Bamelson A Co., who, we
learn, will from now on receive regu
lar direct importations every month.
ON 'CHANGE.
What's got into Compress stock T
It is advancing at the rate of 5 points
a day and closed yesterday at 120.
Tbi Bradstreet Agency reports 213
failures in tbe United Htales during the
week ending November 6th, against
21A in the precedins week, and 156,
108, 219 and 154 in the corresponding
weeks of 1885, 1884, 1883 find 1882
respectively. Distribution by States
and ierritoiios was asiouows: mid
dle SUtes 40, New England Kta'es 36,
Southern States 38. Western States 68,
Pacific Slates and Territories 25, Ca
nada 20; total in tbe United Slates
and Uanada,
MAIUUED.
Aaderaaa Nnowdea.
The residence of Mr, I.N. Snowden,
nt 103 Vauce street, wis the scene
last night of a brilliunt and fashion
able assemblage, composed entirely of
the imroeuiate Irion a o( the family,
gathered in honor of the nuptials of
Mits Alice Snowdon, cf this city, and
Mr. 8. P. Anderson, of Jackson, Tenn.
Special pains seem to have been
tiken to make the tcene of the wed
ding memorable for beautiful and
fragrant aocef soi ies. The lioral decora
tions were of tho most elaborate de
scription, but the gwlus of good
ttete seems to have presided at tneir
selection, fcr nothing could have been
more chasio, more beautiful
or more thoroughly in harmony with
the occasion than the arrangement of
flowers that tilled the air with their
frigrance aud dollghted the eye with
tliHir beauty. The wedding ceremony
took place in the parlors, which were
exquisitely arranged for tbe purpose.
A marriage bell of while camellas and
rcsebuds. plentifully b'juprinkled with
smllax, dung from the ceiling, ind
nnder its fragrant shelter the
bridal conple stood during the
progress oi the marriage ceremony.
The manlels and wal's and
every coign of vantage in the apart
ment were covered wi h white, crim
son and yellow chrysanthemums,
b'ending harmoniously. A forest of
tropical plant and gorgeous foliage
formed a bickground of refreshing
verdure. At 8:20 o'clock p.m. Men
delcobn's "Wedding March" an
nounced the ' ooming of the bridal
couple, and soon tbey appeared, the
bride, a tall and statsly blonds, radi
ant in yuu'h and attractiveness; the
groom a manly lonking gentleman of
medium ttatute. The Key. Dr. 11. A.
Jones, of the Cumberland Presby
terian Church.condnoted the marriage
rervlce with that luipreselve eloquence
and tender solemnity for whlcti he is
noted. Tbe playing of "Call Me Thine
Own" iu subdued strains by Arnold's
Orchestra added no little to the lm
pressivenees'of the services. Tbe con
clusion of the services was marked by
the usual congratulations and merry
making, followed by a banquet,
where the choicest viands and wines
were served to the select oompany
of family friends Invited to do honor
to tbe occasion, During tbe courne of
the evening the orchestra played the
following muaical selections: "Over
tuie," "Efln Queen," Robinson;
"Amorita,"Tbeo. Moaes; "Mikado,''
Sullivan. At 10:10 o'clock p.m. the
hnppy cauple left for Ins Kast,
f illo ed by the sincere well wishes
of a legion of friends. The
wedding presents, numerous and cost
ly, formod an imposing disp'ay, giving
abundant evldonce of theeetee.n and
adi'ciion iu which the fair bride is
held by a larue clrnlo of admiring
friendH, who have nothing but tbe
kimlli' st wishes for her who is hence
fotth destined to a tom other spheres
of ustiulnf.
LOCAL NOTICES.
P. M. Rtani.st, funeral director and
emlraimor, 55 Madison street.
Da. R. K. Bui.unuton, surgeon
dentist, 357 Main. Telepbone 708.
Miss Cahris M. Kiatino, pianist,
may be lound at tne uayoso Hotel.
Lovbly orange blossoms for brides,
drosses at the Women s Exchange.
Da. Hbnninu has removed to his
former residence, No. 324 Pop?
JO 00.-8. Uinson, dentlsLNo.
Mam street. E. Bulger assistant.
Call and get a new sot of teeth for So.
Q. W. Mili.bb St Co., Paten Aabostoa
Fire Proof Roofers. For durability,
equaled by none. Used on wood, tin,
iron, felt aud gravel roofs. No. M
Madison (treet.
Thb Herbal Chill Cnre, the bett
tonloasd antl-Mrlndlo known. A carta1 n
and anra onr for chilli, frirall par boi
tla. t-end iUuiiI for oirouUrt. Any r
aronxa anon. Aidraal Jobs 0. Raokar,
LT'ii-tvbnri. Va.
Wht do you pay $25 or (10 for
ready made aui'a when you ran go to
L, Kosenstein A Bros , 2a8 Main a, rent
and 18 JeQmson street, snd have a
suit mado to Older. A fit guaran
teed. The question of a proper food for
lufauts interests all niotheis; espe
cially thoee nnable to nurse ttieir off
spring. Mellin's Food pospsaes all
the requisites as a substitute for
mothers' milk, and is highly com
mended by the mediial faculty of both
Europe and America,
Rare OrKitRiNO -Having an oppor
tunity to go on a dslly paper, 1 offer
the Morriiton Headlight for sale at a
bsrgnlu. It is one oi the beat equipped
dikes in the best town, and enjoys a
lamer raronase than any country
nper In Arkanfas, Address ttoueri
. Leigh, Aiorniion, Ara.
Alabama Hplint Coal.
P. M. PATIEBS0N A C0n Agents.
WKESiLIKU HATCH
Ta Take Plana Btmm The Tears
aal Fraak Marrla.
A wrestling match has been ar
ranged between Prif. Yeorge and
Frank Mori is, to take place at the
People's Theater Friday nigbt:
Kurtansa 9, I486,
Articles of agreement entered into
this date between Theodore Yeorge
and Frank Morris: The said Theodore
Yeorge hereby agrees ard pledgee
himself to throw ttie eaid F. an k Mor
ris in a wrestling match, to take place
at tbe People's Theater, in this city,
next Friday night, between tbe boors
of 0 and 11 o'clock p.m., four times
wi bin a given hour two falls, catch-as-cstch-csn
ityle, or forf.it tbe sum
of $50. Should the eaid Frank Morris
gain one fall he wins tbe match
and $50.
THBO YEOR1F,
HUNK M0KRI8.
HOTEL ARRIYAXaS.
reaUady IIatl.
O. B. GALLOWAY A 00 -..Paoriirroxs,
Katu ti M and 13 par day. aoonrdini to
in and looation of room Hpaoial
xaada raiaa.
8 A Biihna, Ark H H Nottanlu", Bnf'd
11 Y Kodiari. Ark H U Unma. Art
J W llom.r, NO Mri Fa.aell ka, Ark
Allan Koaara, N Y T L Foisink, jr, Ala
KVAIbar, Han J 1 Daly A, 111
K Martin, III
D 8 Biaall. Ohls
Q F tisarald. T
OMa.on, NY
Tnn
K H It,.rla Pa fl V Hinlu. Pa
J B Uorii, NT i Robinton Aw, N Y
M MarUlliw. N Y M (jatimao Aw, N Y
Mia Htokaa. N V Mill Marka. If Y
W O Fiahar, N Y John Aharn, N Y
i naionalor, w r
V ivuitinaua. 1.1 i
n " i ' u V
Harry La, N X
H K I'aldwail, K
. Kr
W Run
ra, n I
DKera dy, N t
V Kan nab, 1. N Y
W LeKuy, W 1
II Kmaraon. BY W biaiMrt. M Y
X Hiairiaat, NY H Armatrons, N Y
L W Colaman, Tann TP Burke, NY
P R Roien Aw, Tenn 0 Ho I Aw, Tenn
J Rarar. Ark T 0 Htuart.'Tenn
J 11 Laytun, Taan Mri Kaddiniri Ad.MIil
II H bnaw. Tana B Unwell, Itia
J Valey, NY W R Balawnle, lad
ULOIinoh.Va J 0 Himerinar, Md
I Frehlanitain, Vo O A llalpa, NY
ROC'amiibell.N Y M M Levi. N 0
O K ITte, Ohio O A Elder, Ohio
WFllarek, Mo
LR Dunn, NY
JBMartr. NT
Jr.
Jno McHroik, Mo
AKAIdrinh, III
J I) Anderion.Tex
RBUrar. Mlnh YTMUunn.Cal
W B Buxton, NY J A Ockenon, Mo
A Diet i eyer, Ma W D Lumpkin, Tenn
UMudonk.Mo Arthur Blake, N Y
BRuffin.Tenn Alex Hiinma, Ala
Mri Alex Bimmi, Ala Kuxena Vauxlin, M Y
Waliar Moore, N Y Deo Uokks N H.
Arthur Mitchell, Ala Jai 0 fcragx, Iowa
8 C t'ale A w, Mill A M Jarknon&w, Ala
BllunUr, Mini TBbuoh, Miu
Y W Uray, NY 0 0 Martin, Ky
II D Fitoh, Ky BO Daridaon, Ky
John Milllken, N Y J A Cannoi, Tena
WOKallr, Toon L White, Mo
R J Carrlnxton, Tenn L H Lonan, Ky
11 0 Mooiman, Tenn P B Dryder, Mo
A O Roaoh, Pa W 11 Flynn, Tenn
11 II Matiaok, Tean T 11 Jaokaon, Ark
J 0 Dookerr, Miu O II Trimble, Tenn
K a Uuford. Kr R M Oonaar. D O
Z 1 White, Miai Miu M "ondion, Mill
W M Keee, Tena II J wara, Tena
B MCalhoun, Tenn 8 0 Coleman, Ala.
The Hew tlayoao.
FARRINQTON, 8TKWAKT A WHITE,
PanrniiTUES.
flma. O. Ruth Manaaer.
Ratal tH 50 to 14 per ay, acoordiug to loca
tion oi roome.
A 0 Ountlier, N Y N J Clayton, Tex
FA Meiiwethcr.Tenn W J Maxwell, N Y
(leo W Mallne.Tenn Cl 0 I ham bin, Tenn
R K Youns , NY W R Carter Aw, Mill
R T Harris, Mifi O 8 Sonrinv, N Y
W 0 Fiederiok. Mo OB Cairni, Pa
J Lowry, Ireland Joi Lenow.Tenn
J II Webb, Ky Dr J U Bnioki, Mill
W P Gibbi Aw, Ark KM Rinxold, Ark
J M Oalloway, N 0 A B Heuran, Mlai
M lieu .an, Mini - W B Mallory, Tena
L D Ulane, A'k J I. Hall, Ark
Allen Roien, NY 0 II Forte, Mo '
A R'aera, Ky Miai Moxen, Ky
BR Dunn, Mini O J Miller, Miu
W D tiledge. Mill N X Burroughs la
TB Hunt, la H R llountun, Mu
W H Hkinner, Minn 11 D Kllaworth, Ind
A M Pearion, Ky J 8 Wrenn. Ky
CB Allen, Mini E R Blaok. Mill
J T Stewart, Mill T K Fowlor, Ark
MLKmall, Ark R B Bmart. Ohio
KT Walton, NY B L Jonea, N Y
J B Ilerndon.N Y T R Buehanan, La
R Krum, La B llandncki, (la
RT I'oliarJ, Ky T H Boyle, Kr
OH Ward, Ala B F Smith, Tenn
B J Duval, Teen J II Farmer, Ohio
II I, Butler, Ohio R J Lyon, Ky
T M Dunn, Ky 0 8 Conner, Mill
.1 H Frieraon, Tenn A L Oaioea Aw, Pa
TL Hall, Pa B H Pieroe, Pa
R II Ilodakin, Mo BO MoDermott, Ark
I, Hurler, Mill T M Duval, Tana
ey, Alt
, Tean
I A Boyd
U Jkl
1 Madden, Miu.
tinaloa'a Hotel.
W. U. BINQHAM MiXiaxa.
European plan. Knlarted and refurniihed.
Prloai aooordlnx to ilie and loca
tion of reomi.
O P Kaufinann, La R Wllkinion. Tex
MIki M K Coi, Tex J J Krana, Ark
K M Huilduth, Miu J Calvin, Ark
K F 0 Muaa, Tenn P W Anatln, Tenn
H J'lekaon, Tenn 8 Smith, Tenn
118 Fant, Tet.n CO Hacker, Tonn
R 1 Ruoker.Tean T J Thornton, Tena
MAJat.Tenn B B Mn ith, Ark
U Thompaon, Tean Mn J K Oaltnell, Ark
J M Prewitt, Tenn D 0 Weill, jr, Tenn
j M Welton, Tenn A Moid, Tenn
J A Warren, Tenn D Nichon, Ind
J II Lynn, Tenn K M MoKee, Miai
T II McOraw. Mill II DuBin, Mlia
B Dye, Ark W A Kuonoe, Tenn
B W Hiepherd, Tena B F Modee, Tenn
J B llairell, Tnn Mra Uloodworth, Tenn
J B twruign, Ark A J Mollada, Mini
W Martin, Miu A K Hunter, Tex
yll r'aniuhar. Ark T VoLendnn Aw, Mill
II Lnlie, lenn T Clark, Tonn
K U Uenaon. Ill Mra CliriKlian, Miai
J Ailaim, MiM W M llixham, Mlai
C A Dukoa, Mo D P llnJilen, Tenn
Fi Moon, Tenn J W X lirowno, Tenn
11 II Cullra, Tenn J M r armor, Miu
J A Klauilitor, lean L B Aroh-r, Tenn
N 11 lm, a, loan Paae, Tenn
J K Clark, Tenn K M linoa, Tena
P T June, Tenn L V'nrka, Mini
C Chrialian, Mill J W Little, Ky
L J Itrook., Tenn C F Meyer, III
yll Lincoln, Ky R 11 Bone, Tenn
F llndaeii, Ark Mn J K Acker, Ark
K M tiuJ.loth, Miu N A Irwin, Tenn
J 11 Rvaier, Mo 0 8 Campbell, Ark
SUurke, Ark J A Vi'aihing'on.Tenn
ra K Nuancly.Tenn Miai K Laak, Tenn
N M Alaap, Tenn T W Boepperit, Tena.
Pridrij Houur,
(Formerly Cenitnerclal Hotel.)
Cor. Front and Jefferaon Bta.. Memnhli.Tena
J. 11. Paiaar, l'raa'r, of Rieumond, Va.
Tranaieat ratea, SI 5S te tt per day.
B C Brown, Ky F M Norwood Aw, Ark
BF Wayne, Ark Oco fnrrii, Mill
F W llardenatein, 111 II jhinueli, Pa
J K Smith, Tena F f Tex . Md
P L Wedd, Tean Henry llobh. Ind
j II llarrla, Ark' A A Porter, Miai
Mra Jl) JobnnoB.MIil MraT 11 Merton, Miu
MraOW Priddr.Taan Mark I'riAdv. T.n
JVff Bahooek, III Boott Turner, 111
yr M Danoy, III W Uanooek, Hill
T Conroy, Tenn
a t upriiy, ihdi v in barren, lean
J N Muare. lei
n Moare, lean u H Howard, Mm
C M (lot. Mil. V. K W,l..,. T...
D B Kuxant, Miu J H Oreen, Miu
OLllojd, Ark BPOIenn, Ark
Wll Murdeck, N Y 0 M Oeok, Miai
U0 Cooper. Miu II B Kimbrell, Tena
AAIIrni, Va J Freeman, Mlai
J 8aider. Mill P Wablen, Ark
D P Cro.ka, Ark W Prinile, Ark
A I) Hlmoa, B 0 Mn lleitllaa if, Miu
L Manhaur, Mill C C Youn Af, Ark
R MclUxer, A.k T 6 Urooki, Tena
W Lenihan, Tenn 11 11 Pilkey, Mo
W Leauian, Me J B Lirk. rirer
T B llxiaea, Mlai B V llopkina, Tena
M Uud.on, Tenn CBMannlnx, Mo
J lleury, Mo A A Bailey. Ill
M T Phole.n, III 0 B Canton, Ala
I U Lamar, lex L X Sweet, Tex.
IMlly'a l aropian llolel.
Corner of Adami and Ma'n atreeta. Konmi.
Wo, LSoand II per dayj American Plan,
12 ier day. Firt claiia RerUurant In the
hotel. . i. M. DUFFY (10 yean with Pea
hod? liotolj, Proprietor.
J LBurt, Tens
J R Bprncer, Tana
J r tun. le' n
4 Hklitl, (.01
KM Janes Tena
J .1 t'ox, Tenn
BBBeaty, Miai
Mra Knnnie Ao, Ark
W A I'haney, Ark
II Lldorex, Tex
11 K Ureer, Tann
M F Cox, Tenn
W K McDonnell, Fla
J A Klrkw. S
Miai
iF Kiaiuian
II Mill.r. iu
Tex
II N Su.rli.
Atk
K K jHine. t
Ark
p
U Line, Te
W M K,,l,rt.. K.
mn
0 Kdwia, Mo
K M Floyd, Miu
T Moore, lenn
tt t-oiHi, lenn
l U . . I. .r . . .
i mnnvr., nra T n. iflltneel, Arx
w K Mnneea,
It N .Morxan Tenn i M McDowll, Miu
A Rioha'daen.TeanR K Harria, Tenn
t II 11.11 T..
I. I. Palmar.
0 0 Hedrlck, Ind
Vf T Walter,, Mo
J Thornuii,, Md
K Miami, Ua
J O .Merlin, Tenn
Ueo Heynalda, Mil
8 J Hmith, Me
W L Penny, Ark
U M Fmher, Ark
II J Wlliiairi, Ti
Wm Kllii, Tna
Tix
0 Johnaon, Ky
w K Wrinkle,
Tea
B W Morrii, Ky
K B Brown, Ark
Wm Heiiy. I
R K Flraiiox
H J Taw la. n
Miai
J S Oreen, Ark
Ind
Kd Mbury(
miai
P Madden
Md
1 A Uura. M
D Ceaneu, Md
RLTaie.Tenn
Jingle, Jingle, Silver Dollar,
Kuntle and Crack, 0! Preciona
GreeLback.
Look Wise To The Lime That
Grows In Time,
And Be Wise With The Tenny
But Not Fennywise.
THE DOLLAI That's what we
all strive for. Have we many or
have we few, we are all trying to get
more. In trade, in all branches oi
business, in tbe professional walks
of life, the great aim is to secure
money. ,
MONEY !-Yes, we are all striv
ing for it. But when we get it, do
we all use it wisely?
One way to save money is to buy
your Clothing at the Misfit Cloth
ing Parlors, 2G2 Second street
The way to spend your money
wiseley is to buy Custom-Made
Clothing wli on you can get it at least
30 per oent. cheaper than you can
buy ready-made.
When offered a good suit at tbe
same prica you have to pay for a
very ordinary suit, isn't it wisdom to
take the good suit? This is the ad
vantage of buying at tbe Misfit
0LOTHINO Parlors, 2G2 Second St.
Y0D AND THE TAILOR
One reason why the tailor has to
make prices bo high is because he
meets with so many losses. The pa
trons of tho Misfit Clothing Par
lors put into their pockets what
the tailors lose.
30 per Cent. Saved in Suits, .
40 per cent. Saved in rants,
35 per cent. Saved In Overcoats
Money Saved in Everything.
We Lighten Your Cares by Making
Prices Light.
Be as anxious to Save as you arc
to Make, and Buy at tbo
MISFIT
Clothing Parlors
262 Second Street,
Opp.' Court Square, Memphis, Tenn.
N.B. Remember, all alterations to
insure a Perfeot Fit, DONE FREE
OF CHARGE, by First-class Tailors
in our Parlors.
Open evonings until 9 ; Saturdays,
until 11.
HOPKINS
SELLING OUT
Te) Dlaiolve Copartnership.
MILLINERY
BELOW COST I
aa-Onr entire atock baa to be lold by Jan
nary 1, 1887, to Iiiaaulve Copartnarehip
aa We oSor our iuimenae itook Regard.
Ira ol ('eat.
Oood Felt Hutu irx- S0"
Fine Felt Hati, New Shape-, worta 11.25, 75o
Genuine l'raver Rati 750
job Lot el Hals, wrrth from 11 to (2 25e
lieautlful Ro'er, all Colon ...-3 for lOo
Oatrioh Pompona lOo
Children'! Trimmed Ilati, worth 12, (or 11 00
Boyi'i Cloth, Velvet and Plush Capi,
worth II 50o
Ladiei' Trimmed Uati, worth ti (2 00
bona flutnea from Ma up
Ostrich Ti,3 in Bunch, from oUoup
Blidl, WinJ. Faney Feathen, Feather
llaut eto.,atKIIHiuloual low filcra
"Don't Tjoie Your Chance. Hemember
irom inia nay to January I, issi.
cr Bridal and Moarulng- Oatflta.
-The finest assortment of DOLLS In the
oiry.
arllati Reahaped, Feathen Cleaned, Dyed
and Curleil.
arHolden Hair Wash by the Small or Lars
Huantmea.
It. KTJPFERSCHMIDT.
IMPORTER AND DKALBR IK
V
dans, Ammunition, Flshlnr Tackle
and Hportsmens' Mnpplles.
WHOLKHALB AND RBTA1L.
n Ntrvoa, Hepipnia, Traat)
MaaufkfltnrlDi and Repafrlef of Sum a
Specialty. LarieatBtock. Beat aaiortmetit
COAL!
Wholesale and Retail.
P.M.Palterson&Co
7S Kecond Street.
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationers,
a IS aiavlm St., Steraphim Tenn
a kew ii rnT or
SCHOOL BOOKS
JFKT KECKlYF.lr.
KKOOKLTN.N. T. Board on the mil,
Mn. U. C. Howard, M Washington
Park. Room! lariat looation dalifhtlol.
Conyanlac to eari to Manhattan Beeoh,
Ooiey Island, Lone Beach and Central l'arkl
alee to New York places of amuse mini .
JAMCS C. BELL, President.
MEMPHIS SADDLERY CO.
Woa. 90 asd 292 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS. TENW
IFHOLESALE-
LlAIiUFACTDRERS MU) JOBBERS
Baddies
t& SPECIAL PBICES to Ballroad
ZELLNER & CO.
OFFER THB FOLLOWING
S0LIDB All GAINS
THISWEEK.
A LOT of Child! Button Sboei, Heel
and Spring Heel, strong and lub
ftantial, belt Philadelphia makes,
mall iliai reduced from $1.60 to 78.
A LOT of Child'! Button Shoes, Calf and
Pebble Goat, litei S to 10!-,, reduced
from 11.50 to 91.00.
BOO pain Pebble Grain Solar-tip Spring
Heel Button Shoes, sites 8 to 10, re
duced frem $1.50 to $1.09.
200 pain Missel' Pebble Grain Spring
Heel, Solar-tip Button Shoes, liieill
to 2, reduced from $2.00 to ! 80.
900 pain same kind, with heels, re
duced from 12.00 to 91 80.
100 pain Youtha' Calf and Grain But
ton Shoe:, nioa and strong, fully worth
$2 25, liiei 11 to 2, reduced to 91.es.
ISO pain Boys' Button Shoes this ii a
iplendid ihoe, nicely finished and
very serfioeable slues 2 to h, worth
fully $3.00, reduced to aa.00.
For This Week Only
We will loll our Ladles' $2.60 Cur Kid
Button Shoei, worked buttonholes, latest
tyle shapes, pointed toa and high heel
and common tenia toe and low heels,
erery pair warranted, lor the low price
of ai.ss.
Our Men'! $3.00 Shoes are the best In
tbe land. They are mado of genuino
calf skin, with leam'esi ramp, well fin
ished and perfeot fitting. We warrant
very pair.
Genti', Ladlei' and Children'! Dresa
Shoes.
Gents', Ladles' and Children'! Stout
Walking Hhoes.
Ever' thing Bzoellent in Footwear, at
prloes LOWER than elsewhere.
ZLLlTElt&CO.
300 MAI.V STREET.
COAL. C UAL. COAL.
JOHN WALSH,
8S0 fcecond direct 930
ANTHRACITE, PITTSBURG
AND KENTUCKY COAL,
760 TELEPHONE 780
Derlled Umbo, Btbrlsnp,
Salmon, Frean Can n.aokcrel,
Sardines, Lobaters,
Brook Tront, Oyators,
Mackerel In Tomato Catanp,
Sweet Staffed Pleklea,
Soar Pleklea by the aal. and In Jare,
Pickled Onions, Hot Rellah,
Wooator Sauce, Tentato Catanp,
Cnpera, Hnatanl, Carry Powder,
Salad Dreealng-, Olives, Olive Oil,
Cream Ct' sac. Celery Sanee,
Celery ' Etc., Hie.
J. F. BUCKHAM CO
Frank Schumaun,
Importer and Dealer la
Sana, riatalnaT Tackle and Nporta
mea'i Snppllea. w Special attention
given to MANUFACTURING and RE
PAIRING, -mm . .
413 Main WtHteinphlsu Teim
Mississippi & Tennessee R.K. Co.
Annual Heeling- of Stockholders.
rpHK annual meeting of the itoekholderi
a. in t be aiisiissippi ana """''","
road Company will be held at MKMPUL4,
TKNN.on
Wednesday, NoTember 24, 1886,
at which time a Directory will be elected for
the ensuing year. Htookholderi will be
paiied over the road by applying to the
loorotary. g LAMB, SeereUry.
J. P. HOLST & BR0.
(SUOCBSSORS TO W. H. BOUT A BBO,
-,!PJlte?ar 1
wmmmm
Funeral Directors,
HIT! IIHOTID TO
Xo. 33t SECOND ST., MEMPHIS.
A FULL and oompleta itook of Wood and
ered CaakeUand Burial .Robe! alwayi oa 1
hand, aar Order! tl eaiaarapa promu.w
fiia.l. .
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON
Importer! and dealer! la S'jaa, Aranaw
nlllan and Plahlac Tackle, Bieilldere)'
Hardware, Kloelrle Flla and hm
anaclalora lor Hotel! ar.d Resldenca.a4B
Mala airet,leaaah'is, Tenn. Kleetric
nppliM alwayi oa baf.d. Repairin neatly
don.
art t'V BW''T,,9p'rV
Jl.
-OF-
Harness
anc Levee Ckatractor for Wag-on,
MECHANIC
S
NO. 7 MADISON STREET.
PAID fJP CAPITAL, i i t , , j , $100,000
X latex-east rvlci on X3ex30lta.
OPKH SATCBPATB BaTIH. T U'CXWCK P.M.
M. H. KATZEBEE0EB, President, , KATZEJiBERSER, Cashier.
BOARD OF DIRECTOBS. '
NAPOLEON HttL. JOHN A. DENIE. A. COHEN, ' J. H. BI8COH.
W.H.CARROLL. J. W. BOHOMR, t! p" TQBfW. A. B . ME YKr4.
Boots and
261 iiivr T.
OUR 6T0CK OF BOOTS AND SHOES FOR FALL AND WINTBR WE AR IS MORI
oomple'e than ever, comprising not only the best and tneit but all iail linoa of me
dium, durable and stylish goods, whioh we ofer at low figures.
TO THE TRADE wa offer special Inducements. Carrying Boot of our good! la
SOLID SIZES, we are prepared to fill order! lor special sites at NO EXTRA CObT, tan
nabling Merchant! to fill in without being oompelled to buy goods not needed.!
Afenta.for the;Celebrted W. 1,. Donrlna Meu'a Calf Shoea and S3
r)oya Nhoea la all Htvlea.!
ewTLLTTSTRATFri OATALOaPK AND PRTHR LTST MATXHT PmnW-apai
JAMES
(A.GBNT.)
DEALER IN WALL PAPER
Window Shades, Ficture Rail Mouldings and Mixed Faints.
HOUSE, SIGN AND FRESCO. PAINTER. '
JJO. 225 NKCOXP STREET. .... WEMPniS. TENM
KELLY, ROPES & REILLY,
WHOLESALE
Or ocers & Cotton Factors,
9. 8M MatlM Street, R7M Block.
peer's Cotton Gin
Aeaa1Ma.W M aW AW
Huliiig from Mulberry to St. Martin Streets
0
t& Insurance and Sacks free.
I-The Largest and only Complete Gin in the city
Best Yield. Best Sample.
Quarter or a Century in
LMIGSTAF
IiANG STAFF BILDIIG,
Nos. 323 and 334 MAIN ST., MEMPHIS, TENN-
GUNS, STOVES, TINWARa
ltIVE5r PUMPS, POINTS, PIPE.
COTTON AND WAGON SCALES.
EVAPOKATOKS AND aOKOHTTM MILLS.
E. 1 APPERSON & SO.
YiTidssalo Grocers & Cotton Factors.
364 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN1
fmu B. alUTaa.
irholesale Grocers, Cotton SVMtor
And Coaralstlen Msrchinti,
232 aid 234 Front SL, Oompbis, Tea
UTWm aVSAJU AM IlWliaM.
lb. L I. aUmr eVreiai all ka1a ttm, U tk. waUVM ai aal afan Oelaea aal
UMfatam. Onnaa Taflina. a Walnrtaa etreM-
ARH3I3TEAD
COTTON FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
'M.i iknl TaT. A aVI A A M1
11 OfM m. M W m 7;ej -V VH
TaWe a TV-- aVOa' T.aU f Uaaakara
r BtfyUifr. J
DAY, HORTON & BAILEY,
-WHOLKMALl
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
380-383 Front Street Memnhis Tenn.
JH0.B.TO0P. K. L. MoflOWAN. J. S.IMrfllQHlt, W. a. PATTKSOff.
foot IcHowan & Co.
7holesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
And Dealer In Levee
. 1741 Front Street-
F. M YKt M-c'j and Treat.
Collars,
Scraper and Cart Harness. "31
BEGRTAB3
the Hardware Business.
ft
Xtaaa. Clark.
M. j. ClaiaV
"7aaWBPl
& LUNDEE
Blioes
I
TTIah Manatalala. Tnil ark 4
uawauaaaiaaa; -
w. n IIVBI VSi aff. WW s
h Hav4m. U4a f Ht41elV M
and Ballroad Supplies,
Memphis, TgSL21
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